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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

2014


COACHING STAFF Head coach Paul Petrino ..................24-27 Kris Cinkovich ........................................ 28 Ronnie Lee ............................................. 29 Ashley Ambrose..................................... 30 Eric Brown .............................................. 31 Bryce Erickson ....................................... 32 Bam Hardmon ........................................ 33 Charley Molnar ....................................... 34 Al Pupunu ............................................... 35 Jason Shumaker .................................... 36 Football support staff ............................ 37 Graduate/student assistants ................ 38 THE VANDALS Alphabetical roster ...........................40-41 Numerical roster ...............................42-43 Squad breakdown .............................44-45 Player bios .........................................46-82 2014 OPPONENTS Appalachian State .................................. 89 Arkansas State ....................................... 88 Florida ..................................................... 84 Georgia Southern .................................. 87 Louisiana-Monroe .................................. 84 New Mexico State .................................. 87 Ohio ......................................................... 85 San Diego State ..................................... 88 South Alabama ....................................... 86 Texas State ............................................. 86 Troy State ............................................... 89 Western Michigan .................................. 85 All-time series ........................................ 90 Historically vs. 2014 opponents ........... 91 2014 composite schedule ..................... 92 2013 IN REVIEW Game by game ..................................94-99 Idaho statistics ..............................100-108

HISTORY AND RECORDS All-time coaches ........................... 110-111 NFL Vandals .................................. 112-113 Vandal legends .............................. 114-115 Vandal All-Americans .......................... 116 Vandal All-Stars.................................... 117 All-conference Vandals ................ 118-119 Team awards .................................120-121 All-time lettermen .........................122-129 Year-by-year leaders.....................130-141 Passing records ............................142-147 Rushing records ...........................148-153 Receiving records .........................154-160 Total offense records........................... 161 All-purpose rushing ............................. 162 Scoring ................................................. 163 Field goals ............................................ 164 Conversions ......................................... 165 Miscellaneous ..................................... 165 Punt return records ............................. 166 Kickoff return records ......................... 167 Punting records ................................... 168 Defensive records .........................169-170 Bowl records .................................171-173 All-time scores ..............................174-178 UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO University of Idaho .......................180-183 Director of Athletics Rob Spear.......... 184 President Chuck Staben ..................... 185 Academic Honor Roll .......................... 186 Academic Support Services ............... 187 Athletics staff directory ....................... 188 2014 Schedule ..................................... 189

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

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

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Founded ................................................................ 1889 Location ................................................. Moscow, Idaho (Moscow is located in the Pacific Time Zone) Enrollment .......................................................... 12,493 President ...........................................Dr. Chuck Staben 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 .................................419-549-23 Affiliation ............................... Football Bowl Subdivision Conference ................................................ Independent Head coach ............................................... Paul Petrino Alma mater: Carroll College Assoc. AD/Business .................................John Wallace Assoc. AD/Development ............................ Tim Mooney Senior Woman Administrator .................. Debbie Buchanan Compliance............................................. Jessica Atkins Director of Athlete Services ...................... Barrie Steele Strength and Conditioning ................. Jake Scharnhorst Director of Academic Services............ Dr. Susan Steele Ticket manager .....................................Chris Apenbrink Kibbie Dome Manager ..... Kelly McGahan/K.C. Sheffler 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 Nick Heidelberger ....................................208-885-0211 Seth Pringle .............................................208-885-7065 Website........................................ www.GoVandals.com


B I K I U S A Kibbie Dome Facts • First game: vs. Idaho State, Sept. 20, 1975 • Dedication game: vs. Boise State, Oct. 11, 1975 • Coach when it opened: Ed Troxel • Quarterback when it opened: Dave Comstock • Center height of roof: 150 feet • Roof arches span 400 feet • Roof covers 4.5 acres • 800 accoustical tiles hang from roof • Each accoustical tile is 144 square feet • Floor surface is 93,550 square feet • Playing surface: RealGrass Pro • All-time record: 118-69-1 • West end wall replaced 2009 • East end wall replaced 2011 • Premium seating added 2011 •30x50 football high definition video board added summer of 2013


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Top Kibbie Dome Crowds 17,600 vs. Boise State, Nov. 11, 1989 17,000 vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008

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


KIBBIE DOM IDAHO INDIVIDUAL  Most yards rushing: 221, Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 26, 2002  Most carries: 32, Mike McCurdy vs. Northern Arizona, Sept. 30, 1978  Most rushing touchdowns: 4, twice (DeMaundray Woolridge vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009, and Kerry Hickey vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 13, 1982)  Most yards passing: 527, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most completions: 37, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most attempts: 59, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most touchdown passes: 6, three times (Brian Lindgren vs. San Diego State, Sept. 21, 2002; Eric Hisaw vs. Montana, Oct. 21, 1995, and Doug Nussmeier vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992)  Most interceptions thrown: 5, Rick Sloan vs. Boise State, Nov. 23, 1985  Most yards receiving: 241, Kasey Dunn vs. Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990  Most receptions: 14, Eric Yarber vs. Nevada, Sept. 28, 1995  Most touchdown receptions: 4, twice (Yo Murphy vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992, and Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State, Sept. 14, 1985)  Most yards total offense: 543, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most all-purpose yards: 242, Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 26, 2002  Most touchdowns scored: 5, four times (Sherriden May vs. Southwest Texas, Sept. 11, 1993; Sherriden May vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 31, 1992; Yo Murphy, vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992; Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State, Sept. 14, 1985, and Kerry Hickey vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 13, 1982  Most field goals: 5, Tim McMonigle vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 3, 1984

IDAHO TOP RUSHING PERFORMANCES  221, Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 26, 2002  217, Robert Brooks vs. Boise State, Oct. 11, 1975  202, Sherriden May vs. Weber State, Sept. 19, 1992  201, Robert Taylor vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 20, 1976  194, Sherriden May vs. Montana State, Oct. 15, 1994  194, Devon Pearce vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 3, 1990  190, Devon Pearce vs. Idaho State, Oct. 13, 1990  186, Russell Davis vs. Boise State, Nov. 21, 1981  173, Devon Pearce vs. Weber State, Sept. 22, 1980  168, Joel Thomas vs. Idaho State, Oct. 3, 1998  168, Sherriden may vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 5, 1994  167, Brian Allen vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983 IDAHO TOP RECEIVING PERFORMANCES  241, Kasey Dunn vs. Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990  221, Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State, Sept. 14, 1985  213, Vic Wallace vs. Weber State, Oct. 1, 1982  192, Eric Jorgensen vs. Montana, Oct. 10, 1987  183, David Jackson vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 16, 1989  182, Brant Bengen vs. Montana State, Nov. 8, 1986  182, John Jake vs. Weber State, Nov. 28, 1987  179, Lee Allen vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 21, 1989  175, Dezmon Epps vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013  171, Yo Murphy vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992  167, Brian Allen vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  164, Lee Allen vs. Montana, Nov. 26, 1988 IDAHO TOP PASSING PERFORMANCES  527, (37-59-4, 6), Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  445, (32-51-0, 2), John Friesz vs. Nevada, Oct. 28, 1989  440, (25-37-0, 4), Ken Hobart vs. Boise State, Nov. 19, 1983  437, (28-51-0, 2), John Friesz vs. Montana, Sept. 28, 1989  423, (30-50-1, 4), John Friesz vs. Boise State, Nov. 21, 1987  423, (27-54-3, 2), Nathan Enderle vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 22, 2007  409, (13-51-0, 1), John Welsh vs. North Texas, Nov. 17, 2001  409, (24-46-2, 2), John Friesz vs. Weber State, Nov. 28, 1987  403, (24-29-0, 4), Scott Linehan vs. Mankato State, Sept. 24, 1985  400, (18-32-1, 3), John Friesz vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 21, 1989  396, (34-50-0, 2), Brian Brennan vs. North Texas, Oct. 4, 1997  388, (30-46-0, 3), Ryan Fien vs. Eastern Washington, Nov. 2, 1996  386 (24-43-1, 2), Ryan Fien vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 9, 1996  382 (29-46-0, 6), Brian Lindgren vs. San Diego State, Sept. 21, 2002  374, (17-26-0, 5), Eric Hisaw vs. Idaho State, Oct. 1, 1994  372, (22-41-1, 3), Brian Brennan vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 22, 1994


E RECORDS IDAHO TEAM RECORDS  Most yards rushing: 526, vs. Simon Fraser, Sept. 5, 1981  Most rushing attempts: 76, vs. Northern Iowa, Sept. 19, 1981  Most yards passing: 527, vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most passing attempts: 59, vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983  Most yards total offense: 703, vs. Simon Fraser, Sept. 5, 1981  Most offensive plays: 95, vs. Nevada, Sept. 28, 1985  Most points: 79, vs. Weber State, Nov. 12, 1994  Most touchdowns: 11, twice (vs. Weber State, Nov. 12, 1994, and vs. Lehigh, Nov. 13, 1994)  Most rushing touchdowns: 7, twice (vs. Northern Iowa, Sept. 19, 1981, and vs. Simon Fraser, Sept. 5, 1981)  Most passing touchdowns: 6, three times (vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992; vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 16, 1989, and vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983)  Most points in one half: 51, vs. Stephen F. Austin, Sept. 24, 1994  Most points in one quarter: 35, vs. Weber State, Nov. 12, 1994  Fewest first downs allowed: 10, twice (vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 14, 1995, and vs. Northern Arizona, Sept. 30, 1978)  Fewest yards rushing allowed: -2, vs. Portland State, Sept. 8, 1984  Fewest yards passing allowed: 22, vs. Fresno State, Nov. 18, 1978  Fewest total yards allowed: 132, vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 14, 1995  Most interceptions: 5, three times (vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 22, 1994; vs. Boise state, Nov. 21, 1987, and vs. Portland State, Sept. 6, 1986)  Most fumbles lost: 4, several times (last vs. North Texas, Nov. 17, 2001)  Most sacks: 10, vs. Northern Arizona, Sept. 30, 1978 TWO TEAMS  Most points: 109 - Idaho 79 vs. Weber State 30 (Nov. 12, 1994)  Most points in one half - 59, Idaho 51 vs. Weber State 9 (Nov. 12, 1994)  Fewest points in one half - 0, Idaho 0 vs. Northern Iowa 0 (first half, Nov. 5, 1994)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL  Most yards rushing: 252, Otto Kelly, Nevada, Nov. 12, 1983  Most rushing touchdowns: 4, Eric Hill, Weber State, Oct. 28, 1978  Most carries: 34, Anthony Corley, Nevada, Nov. 12, 1983  Most yards passing: 558, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most passing attempts: 82, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most pass completions: 43, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most passing touchdowns: 5, six times (Derek Carr, Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013; Derek Carr, Fresno State, Sept. 24, 2011; Colin Kaepernick, Nevada, Nov. 6,2010; David Neill, Nevada, Oct. 24, 1998; Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995, and Brad Lebo, Montana, Nov. 16, 1991)  Most interceptions: 5, Jeff Lewis, Northern Arizona, Oct. 22, 1994  Most total yards: ?, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most yards receiving: 222, Mike Erhardt, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most receptions: 16 Davante Adams, Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013  Most touchdown receptions: 4, Marvin Turk, Montana, Nov. 16, 1991  Most field goals: 8, Goran Lingmerth, Northern Arizona, Oct. 25, 1986 OPPONENT TEAM  Most yards rushing: 453, Nevada, Nov. 6, 2010  Most rushing attempts: 79, Fresno State, Nov. 18, 1978  Most yards passing: 596, Nevada, Oct. 24, 1998  Most passing attempts: 72, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995  Most yards total offense: 844, Nevada, Nov. 6, 2010  Most offensive plays: 101, twice, Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013, and Fresno State, Nov. 18, 1978  Most points: 63, Utah State, Oct. 25, 1997  Most touchdowns: 9, twice, Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013, and Utah State, Oct. 25, 1997  Most rushing touchdowns: 5, Utah State, Oct. 25, 1997  Most passing touchdowns: 6, Nevada, Nov. 6, 2010  Most points in one half: 47, Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013  Most points in one quarter: 28, twice, Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013, and Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010  Fewest first downs allowed: 10, North Texas, Oct. 4, 1997  Fewest yards rushing allowed: 25, Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990  Fewest yards passing allowed: 76, Northern Arizona, Nov. 15, 1980  Fewest total yards allowed: 163, Northern Arizona, Oct. 25, 1986  Most interceptions: 4, Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013  Most fumbles lost:  Most sacks: 9, Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013


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WEIGHT TRAINING EQUIPMENT

• Five 9-foot full cage squat racks • Five 9-foot half rack/6x8 Olympic platform combo stations • Five 8x8 Olympic platforms • Six 9-foot half rack with adjustable benches • Eight adjustable benches • Two plate loaded reverse hyper stations • Three prone leg curl machines • Three dual-pulley pulldown machines • Two cable cross-over machines

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One selectorized leg press One plate loaded leg press One 4-way hip machine 16 York Olympic power bars 10 York Olympic training bars 10,000 pounds of metal weights 4,000 pounds. of bumper plates 4,000 pounds of dumbbells from 5-130 pounds Two row stations Two upper body endurance stations


N SPEED ND H CENTER

CARDIOVASCULAR EQUIPMENT • Six elliptical trainers • Six upright bikes • Four versa-climber stations • Two recumbent bikes • One Woodway treadmill SPONSORED BY TOM AND DIANE NICHOLSON


LOCKER ROOM

LOCKER ROOM • 114 open pro-style oak lockers • Individual locked personal compartments • 2,600 square feet • Lounge with large screen TV, stereo system and goal boards SPONSORED BY THE YUDITSKY FAMILY JACK & HELEN, BOB & MARY KAY


TEAM ROOMS

TEAM ROOMS 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 internet. SPONSORED BY DICK & JODY MOONEY RICH & SHARON ALLEN


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AQUATIC REHABILITATION CENTER — HYDROWORX POOL • 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 SPONSORED BY GWEN CHURCH AND JOHN A. CHURCH


ATHLETIC TRAINING

BARRIE STEELE

DR. STEVE PENNINGTON SURGEON

MEGAN SHIFFLETT

DR. JIM ROBSON DENTIST

TOBY vanAMERONGEN

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 wellbeing 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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AGRICULTURAL AND LIFE SCIENCES The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences offers some of the nation's most respected programs in the areas of agriculture and the life sciences. ART & ARCHITECTURE The College of Art & Architecture offers acclaimed programs in the areas of architecture, interior design, art and design, landscape architecture and virtual technology and design.

BUSINESS & ECONOMICS The College of Business and Economics is a leader in business education. Our signature programs include an award-winning curriculum and experiential learning opportunities. EDUCATION The College of Education is dedicated to the development of learning and human potential, scholar practitioners and advocates of diversity.

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ENGINEERING Offers world-class learning and research opportunities in biological & agricultural, chemical & materials science, civil, computer science, electrical & computer, and mechanical engineering.

NATURAL RESOURCES The College of Natural Resources houses one of the largest genetics laboratories in the nation and is home to research units, an experimental forest and a wilderness field station.

LETTERS, ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCES The university’s largest academic division offers programs in English, history, theatre, psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, international studies and more.

SCIENCE The College of Science features a tightly knit learning community, an esteemed faculty, world-class labs and learning facilities.

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Settlers were first drawn to the area in 1871, with abundant grassland and available timber for building. The area was first named “Hog Heaven” which was later changed to “Palouse Valley.” In 1877, Samuel Neff filed for a postal permit under the name of Moscow because the area reminded him of his hometown of Moscow, Pa. In 1875, the city’s first store was opened on what is now Main Street. Moscow grew with the arrival of the railroad in 1885. The town became incorporated in 1887 and was chosen as the site for a land-grant institution, the University of Idaho, in 1889. Idaho achieved statehood in 1890. Today, Moscow is home to more than 23,000 residents and students. The area boasts a highly skilled and educated work force employed by Moscow's many thriving businesses and the University of Idaho. Merchants offer an extensive selection of quality products and services. In addition to Moscow's fine business and educational reputation, the City's arts community has gained national attention. The Lionel Hampton International Jazz Festival, Festival Dance, Idaho Repertory Theatre, Renaissance Fair, Rendezvous in the Park, Artwalk and the Prichard Art Gallery are reasons why Moscow is known as the "Heart of the Arts." Moscow also has been rated as one of the "Best 100 Small Art Towns in America."

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)

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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.


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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I his first season back at Idaho, he In t took the Vandals against a schedule t that featured not only the eventual na n a national champion, but a total of seven b w bo wl teams, t bowl which included four teams that, ne time ne tim or another, were ranked among the att o one n tiion na on’s ’ss top t 25. nation’s Whil Wh ilie the th he Vandals didn’t finish with the win-loss While mark ma rk he he would have liked, his first class of re ecrui u ts ui t showed s recruits it can provide the base for a brrig ight ht Vandal Va an bright future. Dezmon Epps, who came t IIdaho daho da ho o from f to City College of San Francisco, ni ish hed d the th season tied for 24th nationally in fin nished rre ece ep pttiio on nss per game and was 42nd in receiving receptions yarrd ya d dss per per game. pe g yards Epps added almost 500 more yya ard ds on on punt pu and kickoff returns to have the yards tthird-best th hir irrdd-be best be st all-purpose al rushing season by a Vandal si inc nce 2000 20 000 00 and a the 50th best in the nation on since 2 20 013 3. 2013. Petr Pe trrin no also also al so had h his first Vandal All-American in Petrino pu unter nte nt err Austin Au ussttiin Rehkow, R punter whose record-setting season e ea rn ne ed d him him im a spot sp on the Walter Camp All-American earned te eam am. A tr ttrue rue e ffreshman, rre es team. Rehkow’s average of 47.8 yyards ya ard ds pe p er kick kick ki ck is is an a NCAA record for a freshman as per w we ellll as as the the overall th ovver ove era alllll record for a player who punted at well lleast le easst 7 75 5 ttimes im mes es iin n one on season. on M Ma arc M ilillla la an, n, who who ho joined jo oii Marc Millan, the Vandals from Santa Ana C Co olll eg ege, e, and an nd d returner ret etur urner Jayshawn Jordan tied for 27th College, na attiion ona alllyy in in solo s lo so lo tackles. tac ack nationally Departed senior QuayShawne Bu B uckklle ey tittied ed ffor ed orr 2 o 5 h in 5t n tackles for loss. Buckley 25th B Be efo fo ore re h e wa w inju in urre ed in in the seventh game, quarterback Chad Before he wass injured Chal Ch alic al ich ic ch was wa as making ma m aki king g an an impression. im m Chalich His 106 yards rushing vvs. vs s. Te T emp mp mple ple e ttied ied ie d fo or th tthird-best thir hir id d--b Temple for all-time by a Vandal quarterback, w wh hiliille his h s 416 hi 41 4 16 yards yya ard ds total tota to tal offense o while in that game were the ninth be est s a llll-t -ttim i e att IIdaho. da d ah ho o. H He e started s best all-time the season by throwing 152 p pa sses ss es b es efor ef for ore being ore bein be ein ing ng intercepted. in nte erc rce passes before P Pe etr trin in no’ o s next ne exxtt cchallenge hallllen ha llllenge eng en ge e begins be eg g Petrino’s this season when he takes the Vand V Va and dal alss ba back ckk to to th he Su Sun n Belt Bel Conference after one season as an Vandals the FB BS in nde depe pend pe den entt. t. FBS independent. Coac Co achi ac ch hiing in ng g football footb oo otb bal a l is in in Petrino’s Petr Pe trrin ino blood. Tagging along with his dad, Coaching B Bo b Pe etr trin rin ino, no o,, S rr.., a ass h e co coac ache ac he the Carroll College (Montana) Bob Petrino, Sr., he coached S Sa in nts ts iinto n o na nt n tit onal onal on al prominence, pro romi m ne mi en Saints national Petrino knew from the time he was

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2012 Arkansas Offensive coordinator Quarterbacks

2010-11 Illinois Offensive coordinator Receivers

2008-09 Arkansas Offensive coordinator Receivers

2007 Atlanta Falcons Receivers

2003-06 Louisville Offensive coordinator Receivers

2000-02 Southern Mississippi Quarterbacks

1998-99 Louisville Receivers

1995-97 Utah State Receivers Special teams

1992-94 Idaho Running backs Receivers Special teams

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six years old he wanted to coach. He played for his dad at Carroll and was the Football Gazette NAIA Division II Player of the Year and a two-time Kodak All-American quarterback after setting 16 school records during a career that included four conference titles and a 36-6 record from 1985-88.

“I’ve wanted to be a head coach my whole life,” Petrino said. “This is what I’ve wanted to do since I was six years old.” He’s paid his dues – and along the way has put together a résumé of success and envisions doing it at Idaho, where his Division I coaching career began. He was clear in his mission when he was hired: “We want to win a whole bunch of games and go to bowls.” That is what he is accustomed to doing. During his 23 years as an assistant, he coached in 12 bowl games and five I-AA playoff games. He spent one season (2007) with the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. As a Division I coach, he was on staffs who combined for a 152-93 record – a 65 percent winning percentage. He already made his mark at Idaho when he coached three players who have been inducted into the Vandal Athletics Hall of Fame – running back Sherriden May, and receivers Kasey Dunn and Yo Murphy. They are just a small sampling of the successes of his players. In the 2012 NFL draft, five offensive players under his tutelage were drafted. The group, which included four receivers, represented the greatest number of players coached by one coach in that year’s draft. For Petrino, the return to Moscow is a return to his Northwest roots. A native of Butte, Mont., he was raised in Helena where his football legacy began. Petrino’s coaching career began at his alma mater before he was hired at Idaho in 1992. Among the players he coached at Idaho was All-American and Vandal Athletics Hall of Famer Sherriden May – one on what has become a lengthy list of standout players, recordholders and NFL draftees coached by Petrino. After his stint at Idaho, he coached at Utah State, Louisville, Illinois, Southern Mississippi and, most recently, Arkansas. He also spent one season with the NFL Atlanta Falcons. Everywhere he has been, his offenses have produced record-setting numbers.

6th twice Louisville – 2004, 2006 19th Louisville – 2005

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5th Idaho – 1992 6th Idaho – 1994 11th Idaho – 1993

Coached five conference champions

Coached 12 bowl teams Louisville

Southern Mississippi Mobile Alabama (2000 season) Houston (2002 season)

Louisville

Motor City (1998 season) Humanitarian (1999 season) GMAC (2003 season) Liberty (2004 season) Gator (2005 season) Orange (2006 season)

2004, 2006

Illinois

Idaho 1992

Utah State 1996, 1997

Texas (2010 season) Kraft Fight Hunger (2011 season)

Arkansas 2010 Liberty (2009 season)

Utah State Humanitarian (1997 season)

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A LOOK AT PETRINO’S CAREER:

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n 2012, Petrino directly oversaw quarterback Tyler Wilson’s continued assault on the Arkansas record books. Wilson wrapped up his career holding 28 school records, including career passing yards, career completions and career completion percentage. Wilson led the SEC and ranked ninth in the NCAA in passing yards per game, while wide receiver Cobi Hamilton led the SEC and ranked fifth in the NCAA in receiving yards per game and led the conference and tied for 12th in the country in receptions per game. Wilson also ranked in the top 18 in the NCAA in total offense, total offense yards per play and passing yards per attempt. Hamilton also ranked in the top five in the SEC in all-purpose yards per play and all-purpose yards per game and broke UA records for single-season receptions, single-season receiving yards and 10-catch games along with the school’s career records for receptions and 10-catch games.

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etrino coached the Razorbacks in their 29-16 win vs. No. 11 Kansas State in the 2012 AT&T Cotton Bowl after completing his second season as offensive coordinator at Illinois. In the Cotton Bowl, Arkansas averaged 5.7 yards per play, including more than four yards per rush and 7.0 per pass attempt, while totaling 345 yards of offense. Wilson was named the bowl’s Offensive MVP after passing for 216 yards and two touchdowns while completing 20-of-31 passes.

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n 2011, Petrino, while at Illinois, coached Jenkins to one of the best seasons by a receiver in Illinois history, as Jenkins led the Big Ten with 90 catches and was a first-team all-conference performer. His 1,276 yards ranked second in school history, just two yards shy of the Illini record, and he also ranked in the top five of the school’s list for season receptions, season 100-yard receiving games, career receptions, career receiving yardage, career receiving touchdowns and career 100-yard receiving games.

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n 2010, Petrino guided an Illini offense that broke school records for total points (423) and points per game (32.54) and featured running back Mikel Leshoure, who broke the single-season school rushing record with 1,697 yards. Illinois averaged 42.1 points and 448.9 total yards over the last seven games of the season and notched a 38-14 win over Baylor in the 2010 Texas Bowl

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n 20 2009, 2009 09 9, Petrino P was the offensive coordinator at Arkansas as the team aver av erag ag ged 37 points per game, which ranked eighth in the NCAA, while also averaged postin po posting ing g top-15 toptto p- rankings in passing offense at No. 10 (303.3 yards per game) and total of offense ffe fen nse at No. 14 (439.3 yards per game). Quarterback Ryan Mallett was na atiion’s ’s sixth-rated six the nation’s passer, averaging 285 yards per contest and throwing 29 touchd dow wnss. The T Razorbacks broke the school record for passing yards with 3,640, touchdowns. th he previous p eclipsing the record that was set under Petrino in 2008

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n 200 2007, 07 7, he was with the Atlanta Falcons of the NFL. He was the receivers coach coac ch in i Atlanta after working the four previous years as offensive coordinator coo ordi d and receivers coach at Louisville. Playing for Petrino, Roddy White Whi posted then-career-highs with 83 catches and 1,202 yards W

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rom 2003-06, Petrino coached at Louisville where his teams averaged 41.1 points per game from 2003-06; 34.6 in 2003; 49.8 in 2004; 2 43.3 in 2005 and 37.8 in 2006. Texas Tech was the only other sch school to rank in the top 10 nationally in total offense during those years. In 5 50 games over that four-year span at Louisville, Petrino’s teams went 4141-9 and scored 40 or more points 28 times and 60 or more seven tim times.

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n 2006, the Cardinals went 12-1, won the Big East title and finished the ye ranked No. 6 in the nation. Louisville was second in the country year in to total offense (475.3 yards per game), seventh in passing (290.0 yyard yards per game) and fourth in scoring (37.8 points per game). In 2005, Lo ouis Louisville was ninth in the nation in offense (482.1 yards per game) and thi ird iin scoring (43.4 points per game) with six offensive players earning third firs t-te rst-team All-Big East Conference honors. Running back Michael Bush led the nat nation with 24 touchdowns, while receiver Mario Urrutia was second in the e na nation in yards per catch.

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Family Wife, Maya Children Anne Mari Mason Ava

College

High School

Carroll College Helena, Mont 1989

Helena, Mont.

Quarterback • NAIA Division II Player of the Year • Two-time All-American

Butte, Mont.

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Born May 25, 1967

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he 2004 team won the Conference USA title, beat No. 10 Boise State in the Liberty Bowl to end the season 11-1, finished ranked No. 7 in the nation, and led the country in total offense (539.0 yards per game) and scoring offense (49.8 points per game). The Cardinals set school records for total yards, rushing yards and points in a season (597), also scoring 50-plus points seven times. Russell earned All-Conference USA honors for the second straight season after catching 73 passes. He had 75 catches for a schoolrecord 1,213 yards in 2003.

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etrino coached three wide receivers who set single-season yardage records at Louisville. Arnold Jackson totaled 1,209 yards in 1999, J.R. Russell broke the record in 2003 with 1,213 yards and Harry Douglas had 1,265 yards in 2006.

rom 2000-02, he was the quarterbacks coach at Southern Mississippi. In his three seasons, the Golden Eagles went 8-4, 6-5 and 7-6 with two bowl bids.

n 1998, Petrino left Utah State for his first stint at Louisville. In 1998, UL set records for points, scoring average, touchdowns, passing yards, passing touchdowns, pass attempts, pass completions and total offense. In 1998, the Cardinals ranked No. 1 in the nation in passing offense and ranked second in 1999.

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rom 1995-97, Petrino was at Utah State as receivers coach and special teams coordinator. In 1995, Aggies’ receiver Kevin Alexander was second in the nation in receptions and third in yards.

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hen he was at Idaho the first time, the Vandals won one Big Sky Championship and were runners-up twice while compiling a 29-9 record and appearing in the Division I-AA playoffs all three seasons. He coached some of the most prominent players in Vandal football history during that span. As receivers and running backs coach, he guided Vandal Athletics Hall of Famers Sherriden May (running backs) and Yo Murphy (receiver).


Assistant head coach/Offensive coordinator/Receivers

KRIS

CINKOVICH C

inkovich stepped into his role at Idaho with high expectations and a history of coaching success. In his first season with the Vandals, he coached a receiver, Dezmon Epps, who surely will leave his mark on Idaho football.

Despite sustaining a separated shoulder in the Vandals’ 11th game, Epps came within just 20 yards of the 1,000-yard mark with 980 on 79 receptions. Epps’ yardage total fourth best since 2000 and his receptions were the second-best during the same time span. He also was on the Biletnikoff Watch List and had three games of 100 or more yards receiving. Epps’ effectiveness is in line with Cinkovich’s career achievements. His teams and players garnered accolades for their successes and he was recognized by 247sports.com as one of the top 50 recruiters in the country. Given his regional roots (he is a native of the Northwest), that – as well as his long-time association with head coach Paul Petrino, is a huge plus. Cinkovich’s players have made impacts and set records everywhere he’s been. In the 2012 NFL Draft, Arkansas receivers tied a draft record as for the 14th time in draft history, and third time by the SEC, a school had three wide receivers selected in the same draft. Cinkovich also tutored Cobi Hamilton to the best season by a wide receiver in Arkansas history and one of the top seasons ever put together in the SEC. During the 2011 season, Cinkovich again molded t e UA th UA receivers rrec e e ecei ec eive vers ve erss into int nto n o one o e of on o the the e most mos ost st dominant dom do om mi the groups in the country. Arkansas led the SEC n passing pas assi sing ng offense off ffen ense se (300.7), (30 in total offense (438.1) and scoring offense (36.8) (3 (36. 8 to 8) to become beco be come me just jus the fifth different school to lead the conference in (36.8) alll three al th hre ee categories c te ca egories go o es in a single season and the first since Florida in 2001. T e Razorbacks Th Razo Ra zorb zo rb bac a kkss topped to The the conference in passing offense for the third sstraight str st tra raight igh ig htt season sea easo son and so an nd became the second SEC team since 1992 to lead the co conf onf nfer erre en nce ce in in passing pa p ass ssi offense for at least three straight seasons. Arkansas conference wa w as one one on ne off two two wo schools sch cho was to place two receivers in the top 10 in the SEC in re ece ceiv ivvin ng yards yya ard rdss per pe p e game and receptions per game. receiving In n2 2010 during the Razorbacks’ campaign toward the sc ch school’s first BCS appearance, Cinkovich’s unit tied for the SE lead with nine games featuring a 100-yard receiver. SE SEC A was one of two schools in the conference to have four UA rece re ce receivers top 100 yards. Arkansas also was one of two sccho ho schools in the SEC to have two receivers rank in the top 10 n the th conference in receiving yards per game. in Be Before Arkansas, Cinkovich coached three of the top fou all-time reception leaders in UNLV history. Cinkovich fo four als assisted with a passing attack that ranked in the al also to op 50 nationally in 2008 and 2009, accounting for 40 top p pa as passing touchdowns. UNLV also led the nation in red zone prod pr od du ucctiion on in in 2008 (95 percent) and third-down efficiency in 2009 production (46. (4 6 39 percent). 6. per e ce cen ntt (46.39 Cink Ci Cink n ov oviicch came cam me e to UNLV in 2003 from Las Vegas High School, where Cinkovich ove erssaw w the the he Wildcats for nine seasons and built one of the state’s he oversaw to op programs pro pr ogrra ogra og amss en en route to compiling a record of 79-24. In 1995, he took top LVHS LV H to to the th he playoffs pla pl LVHS for the first time in 15 years and in 2001 brought the school scho sc h ol o its its s first state championship since 1959. Cinkovich’s squads the won three wo won t re th ee regional reg re eg gii titles and were ranked among the best on the west co oas a t three tth hre ree ee times titim by USA TODAY. He was inducted into the Southern coast Neva Ne vada va da Football Foo oottb oot b Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2004. Nevada Ciink nkov kov ovic icch played pla pl Cinkovich at Spokane Falls Community College from 1979-80 an nd Carroll C rr Ca r ol o l College Co C o and from 1981-82 as an offensive lineman. A 1984 gr rad adua dua u te of of Carroll Ca C a graduate College in Helena, Mont., Cinkovich earned his m ma astter e ’ss degree deg egrre ree from Central Washington in 1987. He and his wife, master’s JJoanie, Jo oa an nie e, have have ha hav ve two tw wo o daughters, Carly and Stephanie.

2013 Idaho Assistant coach

2010-12 Arkansas Assistant coach Receivers

2003-09 UNLV Assistant coach Receivers

1993-2002 Las Vegas High School Head coach

College Carroll College 1984

Central Washington 1987

Family Wife Joanie

Children Carly Stephanie

Birthdate Sept. 30, 1960

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Defensive coordinator/Secondary

RONNIE

LEE

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ee returned to the Palouse to join Paul Petrino’s staff as the Vandals’ defensive coordinator. His long association with Petrino, which dates to their days as assistant coaches at Idaho in the early 1990s, is what prompted Petrino’s call.

Among his charges in 2013, Bradley Njoku tied for the 15th best solo tackle output in 2013 with 12 solo stops vs. Fresno State. Marc Millan and Jayshawn Jordan finished the season tied for 27th nationally in solo tackles (5.4 per game),and QuayShawne Buckley tied for 25th nationally in tackles for loss per game (1.3).

Prior to his time at Minnesota, Lee coached at Michigan, where he spent the 2006 campaign as the secondary coach and also worked with the Wolverines’ punt return team. Lee’s unit played a major role in Michigan finishing the season ranked 10th nationally in overall defense and 15th in scoring defense. The Wolverines also ranked third in the Big Ten in punt return average and 35th nationally. Under the tutelage of Lee, Wolverine cornerback Leon Hall was selected first-team All-Big Ten by both the coaches and the media in 2006. Hall was one of only two players chosen unanimously by both the coaches and media. Prior to working with the Wolverines, Lee was the defensive backs coach at Wisconsin from 200305. As defensive backs coach for the Badgers, Lee coached safety Jim Leonhard to first-team All-Big Ten and All-America honors in 2003 and 2004. Leonhard tied Jamar Fletcher for the most ree consecutive career interceptions at Wisconsin with 21. Lee helped the Badgers to three Cap a ital apit ap it l One One e bowl games, the 2003 Music City Bowl, 2005 Outback Bowl and 2006 Capital Bowl. in natto orr Prior to his appointment with the Badgers, Lee was the defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach at San Jose State from 2001-02. In 2002, the Spartans ranked third nationally in interceptions (23) and fourth in turnovers gained (38). Lee was also the only coach who had three players ranked among the top 100 nationally in interceptions in 2002. Before joining the San Jose State staff, Lee spent eight seasons at Colorado State working with the defensive backs. Lee helped coach the Rams to five conference titles during that stretch and aided in the Rams leading the nation in turnover margin during the 1997 season. He also coached Greg Myers, the winner of the 1995 Jim Thorpe Award as the nation’s best defensive back. Lee spent a year each at Idaho (1992) as defensive backs coach and both bo h Portland State (1991) as defensive backs/special teams coach, helping both c at ch schools to conference championships. He was a graduate assistant coach a ational l Miami (Fla.) from 1989-90 and was a member of the Hurricanes’ 1989 national championship staff. Sc cottt Twelve of Lee’s players have played in the NFL, including Wisconsin’s Scott 005 0 . Starks, who was a third-round draft pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2005. y at yer Lee has been involved in 12 bowl games during his career, one as a player Washington State (1988 Aloha Bowl) and 11 as an assistant coach.

2013 Idaho Assistant coach

2012

Indiana State Assistant coach Running backs Special teams coordinator

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1993-2000

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Wife: Eileen Chil C Children: Aubree, Jamison, Kayla, Kayl Christopher, Madison K

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Prior to coming back to Idaho, Lee was at Indiana State University as the Running Backs Coach and Special Teams Coordinator in 2012. The Sycamore finished the season 7-4 behind a ground game led by running back Shakir Bell, who averaged 134.1 yards per game and 5.5 yards per carry. Lee was at Minnesota from 2007-10 as the Golden Golphers’ co-defensive coordinator in 2009-10 after being promoted following the 2008 season. While at Minnesota he coached cornerback Traye Simmons to Honorable Mention All-Big Ten honors in 2009, which marked back-to-back conference honors for Simmons. Cornerback Marcus Sherels was No. 3 in the Big Ten and No. 25 in the nation (1.08 per game) as well. Simmons earned secondteam All-Big Ten honors in 2008, while safety Kyle Theret was an honorable mention selection. Minnesota finished No. 11 in the nation with 31 turnovers gained in 2008. Under Lee’s coaching, Minnesota safety Dom Barber earned second-team All-Big Ten honors from both the coaches and the media in 2007.


Assistant coach/Cornerbacks

ASHLEY

AMBROSE A

mbrose, a 1992 graduate of Mississippi Valley State and a 13-year NFL veteran, joined Paul Petrino’s staff in the spring of 2014 as the Vandals cornerbacks coach.

In addition to his stellar NFL career, Ambrose was a collegiate assistant coach with Cal (2011-12) and Colorado (2008-10). He also spent time as an NFL aide – 2013 as a minority intern with New Orleans and as an intern for the Falcons in 2006. His ability to bond with players made him a great choice for Petrino. “He has great one-on-one relationships with the players,” Petrino said. “We’re just very fortunate and really lucky to have him.” While at Cal, Ambrose coached a talented veteran secondary with Josh Hill and Steve Williams both earning honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors for the first time in their careers. Both safeties that Ambrose coached in 2011 – D.J. Campbell (Carolina) and Sean Cattouse (San Diego), moved on to the NFL after earning honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors as a seniors in 2011. Ambrose’s defensive backs were significant contributors to a 2011 Cal defense that led the Pac-12 in both total defense (332.92 ypg) and pass defense (204.23 ypg), while ranking 25th and 37th nationally, respectively. The Bears were also second in the conference and 39th nationally ciency Cal’s defensive backs recorded 10 of the team’s na atiion onallyy in in pass effi effi fficienc ncyy defense de efe fens nse e (122.06). (12 (1 2 12 interceptions int nter erce er c pt ce ptio ions nss that tha h t ranked rank n e fifth in the Pac-12. Before Cal, Ambrose spent three seasons on the Colorado B fo Be fore re his his is stint stitint nt at at Ca football which includes the 2010 campaign as the defensive backs fo oot o ba all staff, sta taffff ff, w coach. He served as the receivers coach in 2009 and was a cco oa defensive technical intern in 2008. de de During his lone season working with the Colorado defensive Du D ur backs ba b ack cks in 2010, Ambrose coached senior Jimmy Smith to fifirs rst-team rrs ststt-tte eam m All-Big 12 honors and helped him become a first-round selection se ele ect ctio ion io n of of Baltimore (No. 27 pick overall) in the 2011 NFL Draft. Another pupil, cornerback Jalil Brown, was an honorable An not othe he her er 2010 20 2 010 0 Ambrose Am mention ment me n io nt on selection sele se lect ctio io on for the second consecutive season and shared the team lead with five pass breakups. Brown was taken in the fourth le ead d along alo ong with with itth Smith S round roun ro und off the und the he 2011 201 01 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs. Ambrose Am A mbr bros ose e brought bro br oug ou o g a wealth of professional football experience to a coaching coac co coa achi hing ing ng career ca are ar e that began in 2006 as an intern coach with the Atlanta Falcons. Falccon Fa ons. s. After Aft fte e being selected by Indianapolis in the second round (29th piick p ck overall) ovve era rallll)) of the 1992 NFL Draft, he went on to play 13 seasons pick in the the he league, lea eag gu ue four with Indianapolis (1992-95), three with Cincinnati ue in (1996-98), ((1 19 99 96 6--9 98 8)),, three th with New Orleans (1999, 2003-04) and three with Attlla At lant nta ta (2000-02). (200 (2 000 Atlanta He was the AFC Defensive Back of the Year and ea e arned rrn ned ed All-Pro Alll-Pr -P Pr honors with the Bengals in 1996 when he had a careerearned high hi gh eight eig ig gh htt interceptions h int nte e high that were tied for second in the NFL and one off th of he le eag ague e lead. Ambrose posted career totals of 42 interceptions off the league ((ttie ed for for 66th fo 66 6 6th h all-time a (tied through the 2011 season) with three returned for to oucchd h o ow wn nss, 178 passes defended and 514 tackles (464 solo). touchdowns, Afte Af te er 19 1 2 games ga g am and 141 NFL starts, he retired from professional After 192 fo oot otba b lll following fol o lo ow football the 2004 campaign. Ambr Am bros osse earned o ea e arn rn his bachelor’s degree in industrial technology in Ambrose 1992 from 19 fro r m Mississippi Mi 1992 Valley State, where he lettered four years at c rn co ner erba bacckk. He bac ba H had 17 interceptions, 40 passes defended and 110 cornerback. ta tack ack ckle kle es, s, as as well w as seven kick returns for touchdowns (four punts, three tackles, kick ki ckof offs fs) d fs) du uri uri ri his college playing career. kickoffs) during natititive na tive of of New N A native Orleans, Ambrose graduated from Alcee Fortier High Sc Scho cho hoo oll in in 1988, 19 9 School where he lettered in football, basketball, and track and e el ld. fifiel eld.

2013 New Orleans Minority intern

2011-12 California Secondary

2008-10 Colorado Receivers

PLAYING CAREER New Orleans 2003-04 Atlanta 2000-02 New Orleans 1999 Cincinnati 1996-98 Indianapolis 1992-95

COLLEGE Mississippi Valley 1992

FAMILY Wife Melanie Zaharias-Ambrose Children Aisha A.J. Konner

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Assistant coach/Linebackers

ERIC

BROWN E

ric Brown joined the University of Idaho football staff as the linebackers coach prior to the 2013 season.

In his first season with the Vandals, he coach Idaho’s top tackler in linebacker Marc Millan, who led the team with 91 total tackles (70 solo and 21 assists). Millan also had 11 tackles for loss (second on the team) and four sacks (third on the team). Brown, like head coach Paul Petrino, grew up with football. The son of the late Dan Brown, a long-time coach at Fresno State, Eric Brown comes to Idaho from Indiana State University where he worked with Vandal defensive coordinator Ronnie Lee. “Eric is a coach’s son,” Petrino said. “You can tell he’s been around football all his life.” That inherent knowledge of the game is something Petrino prizes. “He’s probably one of the greatest young minds in college football,” Petrino said. Brown played for and graduated from Fresno State University. After graduating in 2011, he was a graduate assistant for the Bulldogs. He helped guide Bulldogs’ defensive tackle Logan Harrell to first-team all-Western Athletic Conference honors in 2011 – a season during which Harrell recorded 16 tackles for loss.

2013 Idaho Assistant coach

2012 Indiana State Outside linebackers

2011 Fresno State Graduate assistant

College Fresno State 2011

High School Clovis West Fresno, Calif. 2007

Family Wife Carrie

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At Indiana State, Brown was the outside linebackers coach. Among the players under his guidance were two players ranked in the top three in the Missouri Valley Football Conference and top 25 in the Football Championship Subdivision in tackles per game, as well as the league’s No. 5 player in quarterback sacks. The Sycamores were ranked third nationally in total defense in 2012. He also coached Connor Underwood to a Freshman AllAmerican season.


Assistant coach/Quarterbacks

BRYCE

ERICKSON E

rickson is another of head coach Paul Petrino’s staff who can draw on a lifetime spent in football as the son of former Vandal head coach Dennis Erickson, who, at Idaho and elsewhere, was responsible for some of the most prolific offenses in college football.

Among Bryce Erickson’s charges in the fall of 2013 was dual threat, redshirt freshman Chad Chalich. Chalich completed 61.4 percent of his passes and had one of the best total offense games in school history with 106 rushing yards to go with 310 passing yards (26 of 43) in the Vandals’ victory over Temple. However, he was lost of the season with a shoulder injury early in game seven. Erickson’s return to Moscow truly was a homecoming – he was born in Moscow when his father was an assistant at Idaho under Ed Troxel in 1975. Whilile Wh e he has has spent most of his coaching career in the collegiate ranks, While was at at South Albany (Ore.) High School last fall. The lure of he was colllllleg co ege e coaching c college brought him back to Moscow where he will coach eith ei ther th e the th Vandals’ receivers or quarterbacks coach. either Petrrin Pe no said his coaching pedigree spoke volumes. Petrino “Hiis dad was a legendary coach here,” Petrino said. “He grew “H “His p a lot like I did as a coach’s son. We’re just fortunate to have up an another Erickson here. It’ll be great to have him.”

2013 Idaho Assistant coach

E Erickson’s experience, too, caught Petrino’s attention. “ met Bryce out on the road recruiting quite a bit,” Petrino said. “I “ “I’ve always heard great things about him as a recruiter so that w intriguing to me.” was Then there is Erickson’s experience at Arizona State and New Mexico Highlands. “He can coach a lot of different positions,” Petrino said. Er Er Erickson was the running backs coach at Arizona State from 20 2 00 2009-11 after serving as a graduate assistant for the Sun Devils n 2007-08 20 in as an assistant quarterbacks coach and with the ovve erra offense. overall In 2 0 In 2010, Erickson guided one of only two Pac-12 Conference rre ettu urrn n returning running back duos in which both players amassed 500 rushi yards, as Cameron Marshall and Deantre Lewis join only ru rushing LaM LaM La Mii LaMichael James and Kenjon Barner of Oregon for that honor. Mars Ma rs Marshall and Lewis combined for over 1,300 rushing yards and 16 to otta al touchdowns in 2010. total Priiio Pr or to joining the ASU staff, Erickson spent the previous three Prior seas se as seasons on the coaching staff at New Mexico Highlands University in Las La Vegas, N.M. He spent the 2004 and 2005 seasons as the in quar qu ar quarterbacks coach before becoming offensive coordinator during the 2006 season. th the Eric Er Erickson played college football at the University of Miami in 199 before finishing his career at Chaffey College in Rancho 19 1993, Cuc Cucamonga, Calif. Eric Erickson earned a B.S. in Exercise Science from New Mexico Hiig H Highlands in 2006. He and his wife, Mary, have one son – Bre Br B re Brennan.

2012 South Albany Head coach

2007-11 Arizona State Running backs 2009-11 Assistant quarterbacks 2007-08

2004-06 New Mexico Highlands Offensive coordinator 2006 Quarterbacks 2004-05

COLLEGE New Mexico Highlands 2006 (Played at Miami in 1993)

FAMILY Wife, Mary Son, Brennan

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Assistant coach/Defensive line

BAM

HARDMON H

ardmon, a standout at Florida during his playing days, was able to impart his knowledge to his 2013 charges as defensive tackle QuayShawne Buckley finished the season in a tie for 25th nationally in tackles for loss per game. Buckley was Idaho’s tackles for loss leader with 16 (-62 yards) and ranked ninth on the Vandals’ total tackles list. Maxx Forde, fourth on the total tackles list, was second to Buckley in tackles for loss and sacks during Hardmon’s first season with the Vandals. Hardmon came to Idaho after one season at Charleston Southern University but his association with Vandals’ head coach Paul Petrino began when both were at Illinois. Not only do his onfield credentials meet Petrino’s criteria, his recruiting ability and knowledge of the southeastern United States make him the complete package.

From 2003-07 Hardmon split time between the NFL and NFL Europe and after signing with Miami in 2003. He was the captain of the Hamberg Seadevils of NFL Europe from 2006-07, while finishing second on the team in tackles and helping the Seadevils to the 2007 World Bowl title. Prior to his time in Hamburg, Hardmon played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2005), Seattle Seahawks (2004) and Miami Dolphins (2003). He also spent time with the Cologne Centurions (2003) of NFL Europe. After his playing career ended, he joined the University of Illinois staff where he was a defensive assistant with time spent coaching the defensive line and linebackers. While with the Illini, Hardmon assisted in defensive game planning and scouting and coordinated the offensive scout team. Under his tutelage, defensive tackle Corey Liuget was a first-round pick of the San Diego Chargers and was joined in the professional ranks by defensive end Whitney Mercilus who was selected by the Houston Texans in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Hardmon helped turn the Illini defense from No. 91 to No. 8 in total defense during his tenure and helped the pass defense finish the 2011 season ranked fourth in the nation. He spent the 2012 season as special teams coordinator and outside linebackers coach at Charleston Southern where he was part of a staff that made the Bucs one of the most improved programs in the FCS. CSU went 5-6 after an 0-11 campaign in 2011, and won 5-of-7 games in 2012 after an 0-3 start. The Bucs defensive line was a big reason for the transformation as CSU. CSU held opponents to less than 100 yards rushing three times in 2012, including twice in Big South wins. Hardmon earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Sociology from Florida in 2003 and went on to earn a Master’s of Educational Policy and Organizational Leadership from the University of Illinois in 2011. He is married to the former Danerica Wright. They have one son, Bryson.

2013 Idaho Assistant coach

2012 Charleston Southern Assistant coach

2009-11 Illinois Assistant coach

PLAYING CAREER PL P 2006-07 Hamburg (NFL Europe) Ha

2005 Tampa Bay

2004 Seattle

2003 Miami

COLLEGE Florida 2003 (Bachelor’s)

Illinois 2011 (Master’s)

FAMILY Wife, Danerica Son, Bryson

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Hardmon was an all-Southeastern Conference selection at Florida and was the Gators’ defensive team captain as a senior. He had 169 tackles – fourth in the NCAA and second in the SEC, during his senior season in addition to one interception and two forced fumbles. He played on teams that finished third, 11th and 24th and was the recipient of the Fergie Ferguson Award as the Florida player who “displays outstanding leadership, character and courage” in addition to earning the University of Florida’s Outstanding Leadership Award in 2002. A threeyear scholar-athlete, he was on four bowl teams with the Gators – 2000 Citrus, 2001 Orange, 2002 Sugar and 2003 Outback.


Assistant coach/Receivers

CHARLEY

MOLNAR V

eteran coach Charley Molnar has joined Paul Petrino’s staff at the University of Idaho as the Vandals’ wide receivers coach. Petrino said Molnar’s experience as a head and assistant coach is exceptional.

“Getting Charley to join are staff was a home run for us,” Petrino said. “He has been one of the best offensive minds in college football. He is a great teacher of technique and details of his position.” Molnar was the head coach at the University of Massachusetts in 2012 and 2013 and has been an assistant at Notre Dame (2010-11), Cincinnati (2007-09) and Central Michigan (2006) as well as Indiana State (2005), Western Michigan (2003-04), Eastern Michigan (2002), Eastern Illinois (2001), Kent State (1994-2000), Illinois State (1990-93), Western Carolina (1989) and Virginia (1987-88). His coaching career began in 1984 at his alma mater, Lock Haven. He has helped lead teams to seven bowl games, which includes Cincinnati’s top-five ranking and Sugar Bowl appearance in the 2009 season. His career includes two seasons as a head coach, 11 as an offensive coordinator and 17 as a quarterbacks coach. Under Molnar’s guidance, players and teams set records in the passing game everywhere he has been. Both quarterbacks and receivers have been ranked among the NCAA’s best. Molnar helped Notre Dame earn a bowl game bid in 2011 thanks in part to the play of quarterback Tommy Rees. Rees threw for over 2,700 yards that season with 19 touchdowns averaging 225.7 yards per game. As a unit, the Irish averaged 424.1 yards per game on offense behind Rees and 1,000-yard rusher Cierre Wood. In 2010, his first year with the Irish, Molnar helped install a new offensive system and developed both Dayne Crist and Rees as first-time starting quarterbacks. Under Molnar’s tutelage, Rees set Notre Dame freshman records in touchdown passes (12) and completion percentage (61.0). He also ranked in the top five among freshman Irish quarterbacks in completions (third, 100), yards (second, 1,106) and passing efficiency (second, 132.70). From 2006-09, Molnar coached alongside Kelly at Cincinnati and Central Michigan and helped develop record-breaking quarterbacks and wide receivers. With the Bearcats, Molnar was the passing game coordinator and coached the wide receivers from 2007-09. He oversaw the two most prolific passing seasons in Cincinnati history and mentored a pair of record-setting receivers. Prior to Cincinnati, Molnar joined Kelly’s Central Michigan staff in 2006 when he helped the Chippewas win 10 games for the first time since 1979. Central Michigan won its Mid-American Conference division, the MAC championship and was victorious in the Motor City Bowl. The Chippewas’ offense ranked first in the MAC in scoring and second in passing. Molnar completed a rare coaching feat at the conclusion of the 2006 season. Not only was he on the sidelines for 15 contests, including the 2006 MAC Championship Game, 2006 Motor City Bowl and 2007 International Bowl, but he coached the MVP in all three postseason games. Molnar directed another record-setting quarterback during his only season at Indiana State in 2005. He coached quarterbacks from 2003-04 at Western Michigan and was forced to develop multiple signal-callers each season. A one-year stop at Eastern Michigan in 2002 as quarterbacks coach followed a one-year stint as wide receivers coach at Eastern Illinois in 2001. From 1990-2000, Molnar spent time as an offensive coordinator as well as working with quarterbacks and wide receivers at two universities. He spent seven seasons at Kent State (1994-2000) after he worked in the same position at Illinois State from 1990-93. Prior to Illinois State, Molnar called the offensive plays and coached quarterbacks at Western Carolina in 1989. He made his first foray into major college football as a graduate assistant in 1987-88 at Virginia. With the Cavaliers, he assisted the quarterbacks coach. Molnar’s first coaching job came at his alma mater, Lock Haven University. From 1984-86 he worked with the wide receivers, tight ends, running backs and kickers.

2012-13 UMass Assistant coach

2010-11

Notre Dame Assistant coach

2007-09

Cincinnati Assistant coach

2006

Central Michigan Assistant coach

2005

Indiana State Assistant coach

2003-04

Western Michigan Assistant coach

2002

Eastern Michigan Assistant coach

2001

Eastern Illinois Assistant coach

1994-2000

Kent State Assistant coach

1990-93

Illinois State Assistant coach

1989

Western Carolina Assistant coach

1987-88

Virginia Assistant coach

1984-86

Lock Haven Assistant coach

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Assistant coach/Tight ends

AL

PUPUNU F

ormer San Diego Charger and one-time FCS single-season receptions record holder Al Pupunu is in his fifth season with the Vandals as coach of the Idaho tight ends.

His players have performed consistently during his tenure with senior Mike LaGrone the team’s fourth-leading receiver in 2013 with 18 catches for 257 yards. Pupunu, who came to Idaho in 2010 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 he led the FCS in receptions with 93 in 1991. That mark still stands as the second-best ever by a tight end in FCS history. He was able to parlay that playing knowledge to coaching with Daniel Hardy, who was in Pupunu’s first tight ends group at Idaho, being drafted by Tampa Bay.

li, He and his wife, Mindi, have five children - Miley, Kade, Brynnli, Kenna and Noah.

2010Idaho Assistant coach

2008-09 Southern Utah Assistant coach

PLAYING CAREER Detroit 2000

San Diego 1999

New York Giants 1998

Kansas City 1997

San Diego 1992-97

COLLEGE Weber State 1991

Utah 2003

FAMILY Wife, Mindi Children, Miley, Kade, Brynnli, Kenna, Noah

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y A native of Tonga, Pupunu attended Dixie State College for two years fe erence before transferring to Weber State. Not only was he an all-conference n and performer at Weber State, he was a Walter Camp All-American alll of is in the Wildcats’ Hall of Fame as well as the Dixie College Hall he Fame and Utah Sports Hall of Fame. He was presented with the nd d Distinguished Utahn Award by former Prime Minister of England Margaret Thatcher.


Assistant coach/Recruiting coordinator/Running backs

JASON

SHUMAKER S

humaker’s responsibilities with the Vandals are two-fold – coaching the running backs on the team now and leading the way to locating the talent for the future as Idaho’s recruiting coordinator.

In the shortened recruiting for the transition staff in the winter of 2013, Shumaker and head coach Paul Petrino assembled players who had an immediate impact for the Vandals. With a full recruiting year to prepare for the 2014 signing day, Shumaker was able to help develop a class that could have an even greater immediate impact. Shumaker came to Idaho after serving one year as Arkansas’ Director of High School Relations. Prior to joining the Arkansas staff last fall, he spent seven years of collegiate coaching at small colleges from Eastern New Mexico to Midland University. It was Petrino who was charged with vetting him for Arkansas. Not only did he see the breadth of his coaching experience but Shumaker’s career as a fullback at Kansas also caught Petrino’s attention. S Shum Sh um mak aker kerr went we entt to en t Fayetteville after two seasons at Midland University. Shumaker He e was wass the e associate ass head coach/offensive coordinator in 2011 and the ru un game g me coordinator/head ga coo run junior varsity coach in 2010. The Warriors’ offfe offe ens nse e averaged avver ea offense more than 30 points per game and finished in the top 30 30 nationally nattiio ona in nearly every offensive category in 2011. top S um Sh umak aker err was wa hired as the head coach of Dana College in December of Shumaker 20 2 009 and and nd served se 2009 in that role until the school closed in June of 2010. Prr P Prior to his time at Dana, he was at the University of Saint M Mary at Leavenworth, Kan., for three seasons as the offensive coordinator/recruiting coordinator and offensive line and tight ends coach. The offense he developed while a at St. Mary finished as the fifth-ranked passing offense in tthe nation in 2008 and broke numerous school records. The o offense he directed finished in the top 30 in the nation in sseveral se e categories over two seasons with four games of 500 ya yards total offense. He coached 21 players over three seasons tha th a were All-KCAC selections. Because of this success, he that wa was chosen the 2008 KCAC Assistant Coach of the Year. Sh S h Shumaker went to USM from Eastern New Mexico, where he sse erv erv r served as fullbacks coach and defensive line coach over two sse eas a seasons and coached three All-Lone Star Conference players. Pr P riio or to his time at ENMU, he was a teacher and a coach at Prior Ro R ow Rowlett, Texas. Sh S hu u Shumaker was born in Salina, Kan., and went to high school in G in Grand Prairie, Texas. From there, he attended the University of K o Kansas, where he played fullback for the Jayhawks. He was also al a sso o a five-time Jayhawk Scholar and was named to the Big XII Co C om Commissioner’s Honor Roll five times. S Sh hum Shumaker graduated from the University of Kansas with a B Ba acch hel el of Science in education in 2003 and received his Master’s Bachelor D De egr gree gr e in sports administration from Eastern New Mexico University Degree in 2007. in 200 07. 7. He is married to the former Kate Klepper. They have two cchildren ch hilldrre en n – a son, Davis, and a daughter, Elliette.

2013 Idaho Assistant coach

2012 Arkansas Director of high school relations

2010-11 Midland College Assistant coach

2009 Dana College Head coach

2006-08 University of St. Mary Assistant coach

2004-05 Eastern New Mexico Assistant coach

College Kansas 2003

Eastern New Mexico 2007

Family Wife, Kate Children, Davis and Elliette

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Director of Equipment Services

DAMIEN

Strength and Conditioning

JAKE

GARNETT SCHARNHORST Damien Garnett joined the University of Idaho staff in 2010. Garnett came 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. “Damien brings across the board experience as an equipment manager,” said Barrie Steele, Idaho’s director of student athlete services. “He has knowledge of all sports’ needs in addition to his experience at the collegiate and professional levels.” He and his wife, Jill, have two daughters Katelyn and Maddyson.

Scharnhorst returned to the University of Idaho in 2009 and is in his sixth season as the Vandals’ head strength and conditioning coach. He was a graduate assistant at Idaho from 2003-04 and an assistant in 2004-05.

Director Athletic Equipment Operations and Services College Wilmington 2000

Prior to returning to Moscow, he was an assistant coach at the University of Mississippi for three seasons, and was the head strength and conditioning coach at Utah State for one season. Scharnhorst received his bachelor’s degree from Northern Colorado in 2002 and his master’s degree from Idaho in 2005. He and his wife, Courtney, have two daughters – Kyra and Mia.

Director Strength and Conditioning College Northern Colorado, 2002 Idaho, 2005

Director of Student-Athlete Services

Director of Football Operations

STEELE

VAUGHT

BARRIE

Vaught is in his seventh 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.

Director Student-Athlete Services Head Athletic Trainer College Washington State, 1979 Idaho, 1984

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).

Director Football Operations College Oregon State University,

He and his wife, Bailey, were married in July 2009.

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Steele joined the University of Idaho staff in 1989 as the Vandals’ head athletic trainer. His duties have expanded to include all studentathlete services, which encompasses not only the athletic training room but strength and conditioning, and equipment services. This past year, he 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 and was inducted into the NATA Hall of Fame. Steele and his wife, Sue, have two children – Barbara and Ross.

MARK


Defensive graduate assistant

BOBBY

DALY Offensive graduate assistant

NICK

GILBERT

Defensive graduate assistant

BO

MOOS

Defensive student assistant

JAMIE

SCHULTZ

Offensive graduate assistant

MARK

SLACK

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PLAYERS


ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 15 Glen Antoine 88 Roberto Asensio 92 Kaylyn Ayers

DL DL DE

6-4 6-9 6-2

354 275 244

Jr. Jr. Jr.

JC NA JC

Highland Community College/Round Rock HS Round Rock, Texas Des Moines Area CC/Colegio Cesar Nicholas Penson Haina, Dominican Republic West Los Angeles College/Fremont HS Fremont, Calif.

65 25 86 99 43 24 57 94 52 18

Bre Ballard Desmond Banks Daniel Bilafer Alex Boatman Quinton Bradley Jerrel Brown Quayshawne Buckley Marius Burgsmueller Jordan Burke Colton Butcher

LS S TE DS DE RB DT DE K S

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

228 190 182 245 252 219 305 265 212 175

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

1L 1L HS HS 2L 1L 3L 3L JC HS

Eagle HS Co onwood HS Colony HS Lewiston HS Roosevelt HS San Mateo/Hillsdale HS Colony HS Leopold Hoesch Higher Voca onal Mesa CC/Sedona Red Rock HS Lakeland HS

Eagle, Idaho Salt Lake City, Utah Palmer, Alaska Lewiston, Idaho San Antonio, Texas San Mateo, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Dortmund, Germany Sedona, Ariz. Rathdrum. Idaho

91 11 46 39 48 20 13

Zach Cable Chad Chalich Nathan Cherek Dorian Clark Jack Claypool Doug Coman Buck Cowan

DL QB S CB TE RB WR

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

233 208 172 173 230 177 209

So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So.

1L 1L HS HS HS RS 1L

Hazen HS Coeur d’Alene HS Ramona HS Baldwin HS Lewis & Clark HS Woodland High School Union HS

Renton, Wash. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Ramona, Calif. Baldwin, Fla. Spokane, Wash. Woodland, Calif. Camas, Wash.

78 Jesse Davis 29 Aaron Duckworth

OL RB

6-6 5-8

298 203

Sr. Fr.

3L HS

Aso n HS Oakleaf HS

71 6 55 60

Nick Edenfield Chris Edwards Ryan Edwards Cody Elenz

OL DB DL OL

6-4 6-2 6-3 6-4

291 217 320 289

Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

RS JC 2L 2L

Columbia HS Bu e College/Southfield HS Long Beach Poly Copperas Cove HS

49 69 19 40 81

Lui Fa`amasino Kato Fawkes Chris Featherstone Maxx Forde Jordan Frysinger

FB OL WR DE WR

5-10 6-4 5-9 6-5 5-10

240 303 163 272 189

Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr.

HS JC SQ 3L TR

West Anchorage HS Iowa Western CC/Bishop Michael Eldon Santa Monica HS/College of the Desert Woodinville HS University of Illinois/Corning-Painted Post East HS

21 Jordan Grabski

DB

6-0

183

So.

1L

Southeast HS

50 90 14 30 77 20

LB 6-0 205 DT 6-5 346 CB 5-10 187 S 5-11 204 OL 6-2 322 DB 6-0 192

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

HS JC RS 2L HS HS

Eagle River HS Southwestern College/Morse HS Rancho Cucamonga HS Mountain Home HS Bishop Kelly HS Hoquiam HS

7 Jermaine Johnson 72 Patrick Johnson 4 Jayshawn Jordan

WR 6-4 OL 6-2 CB 5-9

190 285 184

Jr. Fr. Jr.

JC HS 2L

New Mexico Military/Ellender Memorial HS Paradise Valley HS O’Dea HS

85 Peter Kimble 84 Jared Klingenberg

WR 6-0 TE 6-4

200 245

Fr. Jr.

HS 1L

Eastside Catholic HS Cedarcrest HS

Sammamish, Wash. Carna on, Wash.

33 32 10 44 14

LB TE QB DL QB

230 250 202 301 218

Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr.

HS 1L RS 1L HS

Rockhurst HS Issaquah HS St. Mary’s HS Herriman HS Marysville-Pilchuck HS

Elk Grove, Mo. Issaquah, Wash. Orchard Lake, Mich. Herriman, Utah Lake Stevens, Wash.

Ed Hall Alfonso Hampton Armond Hawkins Tom Hennessey Corey Hoch Nolan Hoiness

Tony Lashley Eric Lemke Ma Linehan Tueni Lupeamanu Jake Luton

6-1 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-6

Aso n, Wash. Orange Park, Fla. Nampa, Idaho Detroit, Mich. Long Beach, Calif. Copperas Cove, Texas Anchorage, Alaska Freeport, Bahamas Los Angeles, Calif. Woodinville, Wash. Corning, N.Y. Bradenton, Fla. Chugiak, Alaska San Diego, Calif. Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Mountain Home, Idaho Boise, Idaho Hoquiam, Wash. Houma, La. Phoenix, Ariz. Sea le, Wash.

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER 68 45 74 97 41 61 82 8 89 23 54 93 4 3

Sione Maile OL 6-1 Jake Manley FB 6-0 Mike Marboe OL 6-2 Max Mar al DL 6-4 Juan Mar nez LB 6-3 Steven Matlock OL 6-2 Melvin McAdams WR 5-6 Joshua McCain QB 6-2 Max McIntosh WR 6-1 Marc Millan LB 6-1 Brandon Miller P 5-11 Byron Mitchell DL 6-0 Richard Montgomery WR/RB 5-8 Rueben Mwehla WR 5-10

303 245 308 320 228 285 147 177 187 218 180 254 163 178

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

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

San Leandro HS/College of San Mateo Salmon River HS Wenatchee HS Iowa Western CC/Palm Beach Central HS CC of San Francisco/Napa HS Capital High School Highlands CC/Cisco CC/Victory Valley CC/Belair HS Piedmont Hills HS/DeAnza College Rogers High School/Central Washington Santa Ana/Mission Viejo HS Chabot College/Valley Chris an Orofino HS Atlan c Coast HS Bellevue HS

2

Bradley Njoku

S

6-1

203

Sr.

3L

Leander HS

Leander, Texas

21 Kristoffer Olugbode

RB

5-9

197

Sr.

1L

CC of San Francisco/Bellarmine Prep

San Jose, Calif.

27 15 23 6 42 58 16

Delency Parham Kaleb Parrish Jordan Pastras Elijhaa Penny Daniel Peterson Aus n Phillips Jus n Podrabsky

CB WR WR RB LB OL TE

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

183 220 204 254 195 275 254

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

1L HS TR JC JC HS 2L

Santa Barbara City College/Berkeley HS St. Mary’s HS Post Falls HS Cerritos College/Norwalk HS Mesa CC/Millennium HS Mountain View HS Lewiston HS

1 5 5 76

James Randall Aus n Rehkow Anthony Rice Jordan Rose

LB K/P DL OL

5-11 234 6-3 215 6-2 259 6-6 323

Sr. So. Sr. Fr.

1L 1L 1L HS

Compton HS Central Valley HS Edmondson HS/Hartnell College Freeman High School

55 80 28 34 96 43 11 22 26 3 38 7

Dallas Sandberg OL 6-5 303 Jacob Sannon WR 5-11 185 Isaiah Saunders RB 5-10 223 Aus n Schmidt LB 5-9 229 Will Schmidt DL 6-3 220 Kevin Shelton FB 6-3 260 Russell Siavii S 6-2 200 Joe Smith CB 5-10 185 Marek Spooner-LeDuff CB 6-1 191 Irving Steele LB 6-1 222 Brady Strodtbeck FB 6-0 232 Doyin Sule DB 6-2 187

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

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

Bradshaw Mountain HS Southeast HS Pleasant Grove HS Leilehua High School O’Dea HS Auburn HS Leilehua HS University of Utah/NorCo HS Bellevue HS Ellsworth CC/Stranahan HS Timberline HS Santa Ana College/Fullerton HS

35 62 66 8

Jack Tate Colton Thrasher Jeff Travillion Eric Tuipulotu

S 5-11 195 OL 6-2 330 OL 6-3 283 LB 5-11 223

Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr.

RS HS JC 1L

Timberline HS Todd Beamer HS Highland CC/Hendrickson HS San Mateo/Serra HS

2

David Ungerer

WR 5-8

165

Fr.

HS

Pullman HS

70 Niklaus Von Rotz

OL

6-5

302

Sr.

1L

Bu e Community/Chico HS

83 10 63 36 12 67 51 87

WR LB OL CB QB OL K WR

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

210 224 294 195 181 355 209 177

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

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

Coeur d’Alene HS Sierra College/Reed HS Marysville-Pilchuck HS Bonneville HS Southridge HS Terry Fox Secondary Montana/Twin Falls HS Skagit Valley CC/Burlington-Edison HS

Oakland, Calif. Stockton, Calif. Post Falls, Idaho Lakewood, Calif. Litchfield Park, Ariz. Bend, Ore. Lewiston, Idaho Compton, Calif. Veradale, Wash. Bal more, Md. Rockford, Wash. Presco Valley, Ariz. Bradenton, Fla. Elk Grove, Calif. Wahiawa, Hawai`i Sea le, Wash. Auburn, Wash. Wahaiwa, Hawai`i Norco, Calif. Bellevue, Wash. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Boise, Idaho Fullerton, Calif. Boise, Idaho Auburn, Wash. Pflugerville, Texas San Jose, Calif. Pullman, Wash. Chico, Calif. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Sparks, Nev. Marysville, Wash. Idaho Falls, Idaho Beaverton, Ore. Port Coquitlam, B.C. Twin Falls, Idaho Burlington, Wash.

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Deon Watson Broc Westlake Calvin White Elijah Williams A.J. Woodin Mason Woods Ben Worst Achilles Wynn

Oakland, Calif. Riggins, Idaho Wenatchee, Wash. Wellington, Fla. Napa, Calif. Boise, Idaho Houston, Texas San Jose, Calif. Puyallup, Wash. Mission Viejo, Calif. Danville, Calif. Orofino, Idaho Jacksonville, Fla. Bellevue, Wash.


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

James Randall LB 5-11 Bradley Njoku S 6-1 David Ungerer WR 5-8 Rueben Mwehla WR 5-10 Irving Steele LB 6-1 Jayshawn Jordan CB 5-9 Richard Montgomery WR/RB 5-8 Aus n Rehkow K/P 6-3 Anthony Rice DL 6-2 Elijhaa Penny RB 6-2 Chris Edwards DB 6-2 Doyin Sule DB 6-2 Jermaine Johnson WR 6-4 Joshua McCain QB 6-2 Eric Tuipulotu LB 5-11

234 203 165 178 222 184 163 215 259 254 217 187 190 177 223

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

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

Compton HS Leander HS Pullman HS Bellevue HS Ellsworth CC/Stranahan HS O’Dea HS Atlan c Coast HS Central Valley HS Edmondson HS/Hartnell College Cerritos College/Norwalk HS Bu e College/Southfield HS Santa Ana College/Fullerton HS New Mexico Military/Ellender Memorial HS Piedmont Hills HS/DeAnza College San Mateo/Serra HS

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

Ma Linehan Broc Westlake Chad Chalich Russell Siavii A.J. Woodin Buck Cowan Armond Hawkins Jake Luton Glen Antoine Kaleb Parrish Jus n Podrabsky Colton Butcher Chris Featherstone

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

202 224 208 200 181 209 187 218 354 220 254 175 163

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

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

St. Mary’s HS Sierra College/Reed HS Coeur d’Alene HS Leilehua HS Southridge HS Union HS Rancho Cucamonga HS Marysville-Pilchuck HS Highland Community College/Round Rock HS St. Mary’s HS Lewiston HS Lakeland HS Santa Monica HS/College of the Desert

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

Nolan Hoiness DB 6-0 Doug Coman RB 5-6 Kristoffer Olugbode RB 5-9 Jordan Grabski DB 6-0 Joe Smith CB 5-10 Marc Millan LB 6-1 Jordan Pastras WR 6-2 Jerrel Brown RB 6-0 Desmond Banks S 6-3 Marek Spooner-LeDuff CB 6-1 Delency Parham CB 5-11 Isaiah Saunders RB 5-10 Aaron Duckworth RB 5-8

192 177 197 183 185 218 204 219 190 191 183 223 203

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

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

Hoquiam HS Woodland High School CC of San Francisco/Bellarmine Prep Southeast HS University of Utah/NorCo HS Santa Ana/Mission Viejo HS Post Falls HS San Mateo/Hillsdale HS Co onwood HS Bellevue HS Santa Barbara City College/Berkeley HS Pleasant Grove HS Oakleaf HS

30 32 33 34 35 36 38 39

Tom Hennessey Eric Lemke Tony Lashley Aus n Schmidt Jack Tate Elijah Williams Brady Strodtbeck Dorian Clark

S 5-11 204 TE 6-4 250 LB 6-1 230 LB 5-9 229 S 5-11 195 CB 5-9 195 FB 6-0 232 CB 6-0 173

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

2L 1L HS TR RS HS RS HS

Mountain Home HS Issaquah HS Rockhurst HS Leilehua High School Timberline HS Bonneville HS Timberline HS Baldwin HS

QB LB QB S QB WR CB QB DL WR TE S WR

Compton, Calif. Leander, Texas Pullman, Wash. Bellevue, Wash. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Sea le, Wash. Jacksonville, Fla. Veradale, Wash. Bal more, Md. Lakewood, Calif. Detroit, Mich. Fullerton, Calif. Houma, La. San Jose, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Orchard Lake, Mich. Sparks, Nev. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Wahaiwa, Hawai`i Beaverton, Ore. Camas, Wash. Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Lake Stevens, Wash. Round Rock, Texas Stockton, Calif. Lewiston, Idaho Rathdrum. Idaho Los Angeles, Calif. Hoquiam, Wash. Woodland, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Bradenton, Fla. Norco, Calif. Mission Viejo, Calif. Post Falls, Idaho San Mateo, Calif. Salt Lake City, Utah Bellevue, Wash. Oakland, Calif. Elk Grove, Calif. Orange Park, Fla. Mountain Home, Idaho Issaquah, Wash. Elk Grove, Mo. Wahiawa, Hawai`i Boise, Idaho Idaho Falls, Idaho Boise, Idaho Baldwin, Fla.

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NUMERICAL ROSTER 40 41 42 43 43 44 45 46 48 49

Maxx Forde Juan Mar nez Daniel Peterson Quinton Bradley Kevin Shelton Tueni Lupeamanu Jake Manley Nathan Cherek Jack Claypool Lui Fa`amasino

DE 6-5 272 LB 6-3 228 LB 6-0 195 DE 6-4 252 FB 6-3 260 DL 6-1 301 FB 6-0 245 S 5-11 172 TE 6-3 230 FB 5-10 240

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

3L 1L JC 2L 1L 1L 2L HS HS HS

Woodinville HS CC of San Francisco/Napa HS Mesa CC/Millennium HS Roosevelt HS Auburn HS Herriman HS Salmon River HS Ramona HS Lewis & Clark HS West Anchorage HS

Woodinville, Wash. Napa, Calif. Litchfield Park, Ariz. San Antonio, Texas Auburn, Wash. Herriman, Utah Riggins, Idaho Ramona, Calif. Spokane, Wash. Anchorage, Alaska

50 51 52 54 55 55 57 58

Ed Hall Ben Worst Jordan Burke Brandon Miller Dallas Sandberg Ryan Edwards Quayshawne Buckley Aus n Phillips

LB 6-0 205 K 5-10 209 K 6-2 212 P 5-11 180 OL 6-5 303 DL 6-3 320 DT 6-3 305 OL 6-3 275

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

HS TR JC JC 2L 2L 3L HS

Eagle River HS Montana/Twin Falls HS Mesa CC/Sedona Red Rock HS Chabot College/Valley Chris an Bradshaw Mountain HS Long Beach Poly Colony HS Mountain View HS

Chugiak, Alaska Twin Falls, Idaho Sedona, Ariz. Danville, Calif. Presco Valley, Ariz. Long Beach, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Bend, Ore.

60 61 62 63 65 66 67 68 69

Cody Elenz Steven Matlock Colton Thrasher Calvin White Bre Ballard Jeff Travillion Mason Woods Sione Maile Kato Fawkes

OL OL OL OL LS OL OL OL OL

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

289 285 330 294 228 283 355 303 303

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

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

Copperas Cove HS Capital High School Todd Beamer HS Marysville-Pilchuck HS Eagle HS Highland CC/Hendrickson HS Terry Fox Secondary San Leandro HS/College of San Mateo Iowa Western CC/Bishop Michael Eldon

70 71 72 74 76 77 78

Niklaus Von Rotz Nick Edenfield Patrick Johnson Mike Marboe Jordan Rose Corey Hoch Jesse Davis

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

6-5 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-6

302 291 285 308 323 322 298

Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr.

1L RS HS 3L HS HS 3L

Bu e Community/Chico HS Columbia HS Paradise Valley HS Wenatchee HS Freeman High School Bishop Kelly HS Aso n HS

80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89

Jacob Sannon Jordan Frysinger Melvin McAdams Deon Watson Jared Klingenberg Peter Kimble Daniel Bilafer Achilles Wynn Roberto Asensio Max McIntosh

WR WR WR WR TE WR TE WR DL WR

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

185 189 147 210 245 200 182 177 275 187

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

1L TR JC 1L 1L HS HS JC NA JC

Southeast HS Bradenton, Fla. University of Illinois/Corning-Painted Post East HS Corning, N.Y. Highlands CC/Cisco CC/Victory Valley CC/Belair HS Houston, Texas Coeur d’Alene HS Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Cedarcrest HS Carna on, Wash. Eastside Catholic HS Sammamish, Wash. Colony HS Palmer, Alaska Skagit Valley CC/Burlington-Edison HS Burlington, Wash. Des Moines Area CC/Colegio Cesar Nicholas Penson Haina, Dominican Republic Rogers High School/Central Washington Puyallup, Wash.

90 91 92 93 94 96 97 99

Alfonso Hampton Zach Cable Kaylyn Ayers Byron Mitchell Marius Burgsmueller Will Schmidt Max Mar al Alex Boatman

DT DL DE DL DE DL DL DS

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

346 233 244 254 265 220 320 245

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

JC 1L JC HS 3L RS JC HS

Southwestern College/Morse HS Hazen HS West Los Angeles College/Fremont HS Orofino HS Leopold Hoesch Higher Voca onal O’Dea HS Iowa Western CC/Palm Beach Central HS Lewiston HS

Copperas Cove, Texas Boise, Idaho Auburn, Wash. Marysville, Wash. Eagle, Idaho Pflugerville, Texas Port Coquitlam, B.C. Oakland, Calif. Freeport, Bahamas Chico, Calif. Nampa, Idaho Phoenix, Ariz. Wenatchee, Wash. Rockford, Wash. Boise, Idaho Aso n, Wash.

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San Diego, Calif. Renton, Wash. Fremont, Calif. Orofino, Idaho Dortmund, Germany Sea le, Wash. Wellington, Fla. Lewiston, Idaho


ROSTER BREAKDOWNS BY POSITION *DENOTES GRAYSHIRT Gunnar Amos 11 Chad Chalich 10 Ma Linehan 14 Jake Luton

QB* QB QB QB

13 Buck Cowan WR 19 Chris Featherstone WR Michael Garner WR* 12 Jermaine Johnson WR 85 Peter Kimble WR 8 Joshua McCain WR 3 Rueben Mwehla WR 23 Jordan Pastras WR 80 Jacob Sannon WR 2 David Ungerer WR 83 Deon Watson WR 24 20 29 4 21 6 28

Jerrel Brown Doug Coman Aaron Duckworth Richard Montgomery Kristoffer Olugbode Elijhaa Penny Isaiah Saunders

RB RB RB RB RB RB RB

45 Jake Manley 43 Kevin Shelton 38 Brady Strodtbeck

FB FB FB

84 Jared Klingenberg 32 Eric Lemke 16 Jus n Podrabsky

TE TE TE

78 71 60 69 72 68 74 61 76 55 66 70 63 67

Jesse Davis Nick Edenfield Cody Elenz Kato Fawkes Patrick Johnson Sione Maile Mike Marboe Steven Matlock Jordan Rose Dallas Sandberg Jeff Travillion Niklaus Von Rotz Calvin White Mason Woods

OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL

25 Desmond Banks 39 Dorian Clark

CB CB

14 20 4 27 18

Armond Hawkins Nolan Hoiness Jayshawn Jordan Delency Parham Joe Smith

CB CB CB CB CB

2 7 35 21 30

Bradley Njoku Doyin Sule Jack Tate Jordan Grabski Tom Hennessey

SS FS FS FS SS

36 Chris Edwards 6 Dennis Rufus

DB DB

88 92 43 91 40 5 96

DE DE DE DE DE DE DE

Roberto Asencio Kaylyn Ayers Quinton Bradley Zach Cable Maxx Forde Anthony Rice Will Schmidt

15 94 55 57 90 44 97

Glen Antoine Marius Burgsmueller Ryan Edwards Quayshawne Buckley Alfonso Hampton Tueni Lupeamanu Max Mar al

DT DT DT DT DT DT DT

33 41 23 42 39 1 34 11 3 8 22 10

Tony Lashley Juan Mar nez Marc Millan Daniel Peterson Ron Perry James Randall Aus n Schmidt Russell Siavii Irving Steele Eric Tuipulotu Brandon Wells Broc Westlake

LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB

Kaden Elliss

Ath*

5 Aus n Rehkow 65 Bre Ballard 54 Brandon Miller

K/P LS P

BY YEAR *DENOTES GRAYSHIRT 24 57 94 78 19 40 30 68 74 41 8 2 21 27 16 1 5 8 70

Jerrel Brown Quayshawne Buckley Marius Burgsmueller Jesse Davis Chris Featherstone Maxx Forde Tom Hennessey Sione Maile Mike Marboe Juan Mar nez Joshua McCain Bradley Njoku Kristoffer Olugbode Delency Parham Jus n Podrabsky James Randall Anthony Rice Eric Tuipulotu Niklaus Von Rotz

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

15 88 92 43 36 55 60 90 12 4 84 45 97 23 54 75 6 39 42 6 55 34 18 3 7 66 22 10 73

Glen Antoine Roberto Asensio Kaylyn Ayers Quinton Bradley Chris Edwards Ryan Edwards Cody Elenz Alfonso Hampton Jermaine Johnson Jayshawn Jordan Jared Klingenberg Jake Manley Max Mar al Marc Millan Brandon Miller Jerret Olson Elijhaa Penny Ron Perry Daniel Peterson Dennis Rufus Dallas Sandberg Aus n Schmidt Joe Smith Irving Steele Doyin Sule Jeff Travillion Brandon Wells Broc Westlake Ben Westrum

Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

65 25 91 11 13 69 21 32 44 61 4 23 5 50 80 43 11 83 63 67

Bre Ballard Desmond Banks Zach Cable Chad Chalich Buck Cowan Kato Fawkes Jordan Grabski Eric Lemke Tueni Lupeamanu Steven Matlock Richard Montgomery Jordan Pastras Aus n Rehkow Aus n Rench Jacob Sannon Kevin Shelton Russell Siavii Deon Watson Calvin White Mason Woods

So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So. So.

39 20 29 82 71

14 20 72 85 33 10 14 3 76 28 96 38 35 2

Gunnar Amos Dorian Clark Doug Coman Aaron Duckworth Jeavante Dunn Nick Edenfield Kaden Elliss Michael Garner Armond Hawkins Nolan Hoiness Patrick Johnson Peter Kimble Tony Lashley Ma Linehan Jake Luton Rueben Mwehla Jordan Rose Isaiah Saunders Will Schmidt Brady Strodtbeck Jack Tate David Ungerer

Fr.* Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.* Fr.* Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

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ROSTER BREAKDOWNS BY EXPERIENCE *DENOTES GRAYSHIRT 57 94 78 40 74 2

Quayshawne Buckley Marius Burgsmueller Jesse Davis Maxx Forde Mike Marboe Bradley Njoku

3L 3L 3L 3L 3L 3L

43 55 60 30 4 45 16 55

Quinton Bradley Ryan Edwards Cody Elenz Tom Hennessey Jayshawn Jordan Jake Manley Jus n Podrabsky Dallas Sandberg

2L 2L 2L 2L 2L 2L 2L 2L

65 25 24 91 11 13 21 84 32

Bre Ballard Desmond Banks Jerrel Brown Zach Cable Chad Chalich Buck Cowan Jordan Grabski Jared Klingenberg Eric Lemke

1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L

44 68 41 61 8 23 4 21 27 1 5 5 80 43 11 8 70 83 10 63 67

Tueni Lupeamanu Sione Maile Juan Mar nez Steven Matlock Joshua McCain Marc Millan Richard Montgomery Kristoffer Olugbode Delency Parham James Randall Aus n Rehkow Anthony Rice Jacob Sannon Kevin Shelton Russell Siavii Eric Tuipulotu Niklaus Von Rotz Deon Watson Broc Westlake Calvin White Mason Woods

15 Glen Antoine 92 Kaylyn Ayers 36 Chris Edwards

1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L 1L JC JC JC

69 90 12 97 54 75 6 39 42 6 18 3 7 66

Kato Fawkes Alfonso Hampton Jermaine Johnson Max Mar al Brandon Miller Jerret Olson Elijhaa Penny Ron Perry Daniel Peterson Dennis Rufus Joe Smith Irving Steele Doyin Sule Jeff Travillion

JC JC JC JC JC JC JC JC JC JC JC JC JC JC

20 82 71 10 14 3 96 38 35

Doug Coman Jeavante Dunn Nick Edenfield Ma Linehan Armond Hawkins Rueben Mwehla Will Schmidt Brady Strodtbeck Jack Tate

RS RS RS RS RS RS RS RS RS

23 Jordan Pastras 34 Aus n Schmidt 22 Brandon Wells

TR TR TR

19 Chris Featherstone

SQ

Gunnar Amos 39 Dorian Clark 29 Aaron Duckworth Kaden Elliss Michael Garner 20 Nolan Hoiness 72 Patrick Johnson 85 Peter Kimble 33 Tony Lashley 14 Jake Luton 76 Jordan Rose 28 Isaiah Saunders David Ungerer

HS* HS HS HS* HS* HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS

88 Roberto Asencio

NA

BY HOME STATE *DENOTES GRAYSHIRT Eagle River Wasilla Phoenix Litchfield Park Presco Valley Freeport Port Coquitlam Fremont San Mateo Ontario Woodland Long Beach Los Angeles San Diego San Diego Rancho Cucamonga Oakland Napa San Jose Mission Viejo Danville San Jose Oakland Lakewood Compton Glendora Elk Grove Norco Fullerton Menlo Park Chico

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 88 Roberto Asencio Haina FLORIDA 39 Dorian Clark Baldwin 29 Aaron Duckworth Orange Park 21 Jordan Grabski Bradenton 97 Max Mar al Wellington 4 Richard Montgomery Jacksonville 80 Jacob Sannon Bradenton 3 Irving Steele Fort Lauderdale GERMANY 94 Marius Burgsmueller Dortmund HAWAI`I 34 Aus n Schmidt Wahiawa 11 Russell Siavii Wahaiwa Hawai`i IDAHO 2 Gunnar Amos * Coeur d’Alene 65 Bre Ballard Eagle 11 Chad Chalich Coeur d’Alene 71 Nick Edenfield Nampa 30 Tom Hennessey Mountain Home 45 Jake Manley Riggins 61 Steven Matlock Boise 23 Jordan Pastras Post Falls 16 Jus n Podrabsky Lewiston 38 Brady Strodtbeck Boise 35 Jack Tate Boise 83 Deon Watson Coeur d’Alene LOUISIANA 12 Jermaine Johnson Houma 39 Ron Perry Baker MARYLAND 5 Anthony Rice Bal more MICHIGAN 36 Chris Edwards Southfield 10 Ma Linehan Orchard Lake

MISSOURI 33 Tony Lashley NEVADA 10 Broc Westlake OREGON 75 Jerret Olson TEXAS 15 Glen Antoine 43 Quinton Bradley 60 Cody Elenz 2 Bradley Njoku 66 Jeff Travillion UTAH 25 Desmond Banks Kaden Elliss * 44 Tueni Lupeamanu WASHINGTON 91 Zach Cable 13 Buck Cowan 78 Jesse Davis 40 Maxx Forde 20 Nolan Hoiness 4 Jayshawn Jordan 85 Peter Kimble 84 Jared Klingenberg 32 Eric Lemke 14 Jake Luton 74 Mike Marboe 3 Rueben Mwehla 5 Aus n Rehkow 76 Jordan Rose 96 Will Schmidt 43 Kevin Shelton 2 David Ungerer 22 Brandon Wells 73 Ben Westrum 63 Calvin White

Kansas City Sparks McMinnville Round Rock San Antonio Copperas Cove Leander Pflugerville Salt Lake City Salt Lake City Herriman Renton Camas Aso n Woodinville Hoquiam Sea le Sammamish Carna on Issaquah Lake Stevens Wenatchee Bellevue Veradale Rockford Sea le Auburn Pullman Puyallup Tumwater Marysville

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ALASKA 82 Jeavante Dunn 50 Aus n Rench ARIZONA 72 Patrick Johnson 42 DanielPeterson 55 Dallas Sandberg THE BAHAMAS 69 Kato Fawkes BRITISH COLUMBIA 67 Mason. Woods CALIFORNIA 92 Kaylyn Ayers 24 Jerrel Brown 57 Quayshawne Buckley 20 Doug Coman 55 Ryan Edwards 19 Chris Featherstone Michael Garner * 90 Alfonso Hampton 14 Alfonso Hawkins 68 Sione Maile 41 Juan Mar nez 8 Joshua McCain 23 Marc Millan 54 Brandon Miller 21 Kristoffer Olugbode 27 Delency Parham 6 Elijhaa Penny 1 James Randall 6 Dennis Rufus 28 Isaiah Saunders 18 Joe Smith 7 Doyin Sule 8 Eric Tuipulotu 70 Niklaus Von Rotz


THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS

Defensive line

GLEN

ANTOINE

antoine Jr. JC ~ 6-4 325

#

99

HIGH SCHOOL Round Rock

JUNIOR COLLEGE Highland Community

A

ntoine joined the Vandals in January after earning honorable mention Kansas Jayhawk Community College All-Conference as Highland advanced to the playoffs for the first time in school history. He had 32 total tackles and two tackles for loss in earning mention by 24/7 as the 26th rated defensive tackle in the nation in 2013. He played at Navarro Junior College in 2012. A graduate of Round Rock High School, Antoine was ranked ninth among defensive tackles in the Lone Star Region and was 11th in the Centex Sweet 16.

HOMETOWN Round Rock, Texas

Receiver

ROBERTO

ASENCIO Jr. NA ~ 6-9 245

#

88

HIGH SCHOOL Colegio Cesar Nicholas Penson

JUNIOR COLLEGE

Des Moines Area Community

A

sencio came to Idaho as a basketball player and went through a 14-day tryout with the football team last spring and was added to the football roster over the summer. He will continue to play basketball with the hopes of following in the footsteps of previous standout two-sport athletes Ma`o Tosi and Marvin Washington. 2013-14: Asencio sat out the 2013-14 basketball season as a redshirt. Junior college: At Des Moines Area Community College: 2.9 points, 3.9 rebounds, 0.5 blocks per game. Played in 28 games, started 18. 47.9 FG%. 0.6 assists per game.

HOMETOWN Haina, Dominican Republic

Personal: Roberto is the son of Roberto Asencio and Daysi Jacobo...he was born Aug. 26, 1989 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic...he has two brothers, Mario and Alexander.

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Defensive end

KAYLYN

#

AYERS Jr. JC ~ 6-4 242

92

HIGH SCHOOL Fremont

JUNIOR COLLEGE West Los Angeles

A

s a sophomore at West LA, Ayers had 61 total tackles with 17 tackles for loss, eight sacks, 21 hurries, one pass defensed and one fumble recovery. During his freshman season at West LA, he led the state in sacks with 14, while accounting for 53 total tackles (31 solo and 22 assists) with 17 tackles for loss, and one interceptions. During his senior season at Fremont High School, Ayers was a first-team all-state and first-team all-conference selection as well as being chosen team captain.

HOMETOWN Fremont, Calif.

Long snapper

BRETT

BALLARD

antoine So. 1L ~ 5-9 228

#

65

HIGH SCHOOL Eagle

2013: Saw action in four games as the Vandals’ long snapper. 2012: Walked on and redshirted. High school: Graduate of Eagle (Idaho) High School ... team was 2009 5A state champion and 2011 5A state runner-up ... also played ice hockey and competed in track and field. Personal: Majoring in Business Management ... son of Lori and Pat Ballard ... born Oct. 28, 1993.

HOMETOWN Eagle, Idaho

Safety

DESMOND

BANKS So. 1L ~ 6-3 192

#

25

HIGH SCHOOL Cottonwood

2013: Saw action in six games ... had seven total tackles (6 solo, one assists) ... also had one pass breakup. High school: Banks played receiver and defensive back at Cottonwood. As a senior, he had 24 total tackles, two interceptions and four passes defensed. During his junior season, he had seven tackles and eight pass breakups as a corner and was honored as the Outstanding Defensive back.

HOMETOWN

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Salt Lake City, Utah


THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Tight end

DANIEL

BILAFER Fr. HS ~ 6-3 182

#

86

HIGH SCHOOL Colony

High school: During his junior and senior years at Colony High School, Daniel was an all-state and all-conference tight end. In the 22 games Bilafer played he compiled 128 catches for 1,588 yards and 18 TDs. Personal: Son of Francine and Jude, born April 21, 1996.

HOMETOWN Palmer, Alaska

Deep snapper

ALEX

BOATMAN Fr. HS ~ 6-0 245

HOMETOWN Lewiston, Idaho

#

99

HIGH SCHOOL Lewison

High school: Boatman was a standout long snapper at Lewiston High school, where he thrived in academics winning the State Scholastic Award. Personal: Son of Ellen and Mart Boatman, born Nov. 5, 1995.

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS

#

Defensive end

QUINTON

BRADLEY

43

HIGH SCHOOL Roosevelt

Jr. 2L ~ 6-4 239

2013: Played in eight games and started five ... missed part of season because of injury ... had 20 total tackles (11 solo and 9 assists) ... also had three sacks (-17 yards) ... forced one fumble and recovered three. 2012: Played in 11 games and started one ... had 21 total tackles (nine solo and 12 assists ... had 3.5 tackles for loss (-6 yards) and one sack (-2 yards) ... also had three quarterback hurries. 2011: Redshirted. High school: As a senior, had 79 tackles for an average of 7.2 per game ... also averaged 0.5 HOMETOWN sacks per game and had one interception ... a first-team all-District 26-5A choice and a Class San Antonio, Texas 5A all-state honorable mention honoree ... as a junior, was injured but still had 28 total tackles with averages of 3.8 tackles per game and 0.3 sacks per game and earned first team allDistrict 26-5A ... as a sophomore, had 46 tackles and eight passes defensed ... averaged 4.2 tackles and 0.3 sacks per game ... defensive captain as a junior and senior ... member of the National Honor Society ... was third as a junior in the discus in District 26-5A. Personal: Son of Sherise Smith and Keith Bradley ... born Oct. 20, 1992. CAREER BESTS Solo tackles: 4 (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013). Assists: 5 (at Brigham Young, Nov. 10, 2012). Total tackles: 7, twice (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013, and at Brigham Young, Nov. 10, 2012). Tackles for loss: 1, five times (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013; at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013; vs. San Jose State, Nov. 3, 2012; vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012, and at North Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012). Sacks: 1.5 (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013). Forced fumbles: 1 (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2103). Fumble recoveries: 2 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Quarterback hurries: 1, three times (vs. UT-San Antonio, Nov. 17, 2012; vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012, and vs. Eastern Washington, Aug. 30, 2012). Pass breakups: 1 (at Utah State, Nov. 24, 2012). UT

AT

2012 11 9 12 2013 8 11 9 Career19 20 21

TT TFL-YDS SCKS-YDS FF

FR

INT

21 3.5-6 20 3.0-17 41 6.5-23

2-0 3-0 5-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

1-2 3.0-17 4-19

0 1 1

#

Running back

JERREL

BROWN Sr. 1L ~ 6-0 220

HOMETOWN San Mateo, Calif.

QBH PBU BLK KICK SFTY

3 0 3

1 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

24

HIGH SCHOOL Hillsdale

JUNIOR COLLEGE San Mateo

2013: Had 55 carries for 216 yards and caught four passes for 32 ... best outing was six carries for 70 yards at North Texas ... finished season with 248 all-purpose yards. Junior college: Brown comes to Idaho after two seasons at College of San Mateo, where he was a running back on the 2012 Nor-Cal championship team. As a sophomore, Brown carried the ball 91 times for 428 yards and four touchdowns. He averaged 4.7 yards per carry with his best game of 2012 a 19-carry, 96-yard outing against Laney College. As a freshman in 2011, he had 104 carries for 539 yards and 12 touchdowns. High school: Brown is a 2010 graduate of Hillsdale High School at San Mateo, Calif. CAREER BESTS Carries: 12 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Rushing yards: 70 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Long run: 47 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Receptions: 2 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Receiving yards: 18 (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013). Long reception: 18 (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013). RUSHING G/S 2013 9/1

ATT GAIN LOSS

55

RECEIVING 2013 ALL-PURPOSE 2013

236 G

9

NET

AVG

TD

LG

AVG/G

20

216

3.9

0

47

24.0

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

AVG/G

4

32

8.0

0

18

3.6

G/S PLAYS RUSH

9/1

59

216

REC TOTAL AVG/PLAY AVG/G

32

248

4.2

27.6

49

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS

#

Defensive tackle

QUAYSHAWNE

BUCKLEY Sr. 3L ~ 6-3 303

HOMETOWN Ontario, Calif.

57

HIGH SCHOOL Colony

2013: Played in all 12 games and started nine ... led the Vandals in tackles for loss (16 for -62 yards) and sacks (seven for -45 yards) ... had 46 total tackles (38 solo, 8 assists) as well as one quarterback hurry and one forced fumble. 2012: Played in 11 games and started eight ... had 25 total tackles (13 solo, 12 assists) along with six tackles for loss (four sacks) and four quarterback hurries. 2011: Played in all 12 games and started six ... finished with 38 total tackles (12 solo, 26 assists) and five tackles for loss (-25 yards), which includes one sack (-15 yards). High school: As a senior, he was a first-team all-California Interscholastic Federation offensive and defensive lineman as well as his team’s MVP and a first-team Mt. Baldy League offensive and defensive lineman ... he also earned first-team recognition by the CIT and Mt. Baldy League as a junior ... as a sophomore, he earned first-team honors from the Mt. Baldy League and second-team recognition from the CIF ... he played in the California all-state game - the Fiesta Bowl at Whittier College ... his team won back-to-back CIF championships during his

sophomore and junior seasons. Personal: Son of Roshine-Jai Buckley ... was born Aug. 25, 1991 at Jackson, Miss. CAREER BESTS Solo tackles: 6 (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013). Assists: 4, three times (at Brigham Young, Nov. 12, 2011; at New Mexico State, Oct. 14, 2011, and at Virginia, Oct. 1, 2011). Total tackles: 7, twice (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013, and at San Jose State, Nov. 3, 2011). Tackles for loss: 3 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Sacks: 2, twice (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013, and vs. Wyoming, Sept. 22, 2012). Quarterback hurries: 2 (vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012). Forced fumble: 1 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). G

2011 2012 2013 Career

UT AT

TT

TFL-YDS SCKS-YDS INT PBU QBH

12 12 26 38 5-25.0 1-15.0 11 13 12 25 6.0-28 4-24 12 38 8 46 16.0-62 7.0-45 35 63 46 109 27.0-115 12.0-84

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

1 4 1 6

#

Defensive line

MARIUS

BURGSMUELLER Sr. 3L ~ 6-6 272

HOMETOWN Dortmund, Germany

FF

FR

0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0

BLK KICK SFTY

0 0 0 0

94

0 0 0 0

HIGH SCHOOL Leopold Hoesch Higher Vocational

2013: Played in all 12 games as a long snapper and defensive end ... started seven games at defensive end ... had 20 total tackles (14 solo and 6 assists) ... also had two tackles for loss, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one quarterback hurry. 2012: Played in all 12 games as the Vandals long snapper ... saw some action on the defensive line and had 14 total tackles (seven solo and seven assists) as well as a half-tackle for loss ... three times had four tackles in one game. 2011: Earned the role as the Vandals’ long snapper and performed flawlessly throughout the season after joining the Vandals in the spring of 2011. High school: Was a member of the Duesseldorf team that won the 2008 GFL Junior Championship and was a leader on the 2009 team as well ... in his final season, Burgsmueller registered 65 tackles (53 solo take downs), including 10.5 sacks as a senior and knocked down four passes, forced three fumbles and recovered two fumbles ... was team MVP his final season. Personal: Son of Beale and Juergen Burgsmueller ... born June 11, 1988.

CAREER BESTS Solo tackles: 4 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). Assists: 4 (at Utah State, Nov. 24, 2012). Total tackles: 5 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). Tackles for loss: 2 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013). Forced fumbles: 1 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). Fumble recoveries: 1 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). Quarterback hurries: 1 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013). G

UT AT

TT

2011* 11 0 1 1 2012 12 7 7 14 2013 12 14 6 20 Career 35 21 14 35 * primarily long snapper

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Kicker

JORDAN

BURKE Jr. JC ~ 6-2 212

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52

HIGH SCHOOL Sedona Red Rock

JUNIOR COLLEGE Mesa Community

High school: Burke was an All-conference kicker at Sedona Red Rock HS, and was a state champion at the Triple Jump. Personal: Son of Connie and Paul Burke, born 9/28/90. Father Paul played football at UI, and played in the NFL for three seasons.

HOMETOWN Sedona, Ariz.

Safety

COLTON

BUTCHER Fr. HS ~ 5-8 175

#

18

HIGH SCHOOL Lakeland

High school: Butcher was a four sport athlete at Rathdrum High school. He was named most inspirational and defensive newcomer of the year with 113 tackles his senior year. Personal: Son of Robin and Cores Butcher, born 11/22/95

HOMETOWN Rathdrum, Idaho

Defensive end

ZACH

CABLE So. 1L ~ 6-3 235

#

90

HIGH SCHOOL Hazen

2013: Earned playing time as a true freshman at defensive end ... played in six games and had one solo tackle at Arkansas State. High school: As a senior, Cable earned first-team all-Seamount League honors as a linebacker. The son of former Vandal player and coach Tom Cable, Zach Cable also played tight end at Hazen.

HOMETOWN

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Renton, Wash.


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Quarterback

CHAD

CHALICH

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HIGH SCHOOL Coeur d’Alene

So. 1L ~ 6-0 205

2013: Earned the starting quarterback job and started seven games before sustaining a season-ending shoulder injury ... completed 113 of 184 passes for 1,224 yards and five touchdowns .... also carried the ball 95 times for 204 yards ... had 416 yards total offense in victory over Temple ... one of just five Idaho quarterbacks to rush for more than 100 yards in a single game with 106 vs. Temple ... that was the ninth-best total offense game in school history ... completed 152 passes without an interception (five-plus games). 2012: Redshirted. High school: Two-year starter … 5A Idaho Player of the Year as a junior and as a senior and HOMETOWN as a junior … was the 2011 Gatorade Player of the Year … his other accomplishments include Coeur d’Alene, Idaho first-team all-conference quarterback as a junior and senior; Offensive Player of the Year for the Inland Empire League as a junior and senior; IEL Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior; ranked 13th nationally as a high school quarterback as a senior; led Coeur d’Alene to No. 29 national ranking as a senior; third-team ESPN RISE Junior All-American as a junior; threw for 6,485 yards and 74 touchdowns, and broke 13 school records … as a senior, completed 242 of 331 passes (73 percent) of his passes, while as a junior hit 61 percent (209 of 342) of his throws … threw just two interceptions as a senior. Personal: Son of Connie and Mark Chalich ... born Aug. 23, 1993. CAREER BESTS Passing: Attempts – 43 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Completions – 26 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Yards – 310 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Touchdowns – 2 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Long – 64 (vs. Temple, Sept. 14, 2013). Completion percentage – .739 (17 of 23 at Washington State). Pass efficiency – 156.99 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Rushing: Carries – 20 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Yards – 106 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Long – 52 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Total offense yards: 416 (310 passing, 106 rushing), vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013. PASSING G EFF. CMP. 2013 7 123.00 113 RUSHING 2013

G 7

TOTAL OFFENSE 2013

ATT. INT. 184 3

ATT GAIN LOSS 95 415 211 G 7

NATHAN

CHEREK

HOMETOWN Ramona, Calif.

NET 204

YARDS TD 1,224 5 AVG 2.1

TD 0

LONG AVG./G 64 174.9 LG 52

AVG/G 29.1

PLAYS RUSH PASS TOTAL AVG/PLAY AVG/G 279 204 1224 1428 5.1 204.0

Safety

Fr. RS ~ 5-11 172

PCT. .614

#

46

HIGH SCHOOL Ramona

High school: Cherek was an all around athlete during his time at Ramona HS playing both offense and defense. He ran for 2355 yards and 28 TDs during his high school career. Personal: Son of Angela Baldwin and Steve Cherek, born Dec. 15, 1995.

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Cornerback

DORIAN

#

CLARK Fr. HS ~ 6-0 176

39

HIGH SCHOOL Baldwin

D

uring his three seasons as a starting cornerback for Baldwin, Clark never gave up a touchdown to a receiver he was covering, which earned him a reputation as one of the best defenders in the state.

Clark earned first-team All-Gateway Conference honors as a junior and as a senior – the first time in school history for a Baldwin player. As a senior, he had 33 total tackles, three interceptions and two forced fumbles. As a junior, he was credited with 27 total tackles along with one interception and four pass breakups.

HOMETOWN Jacksonville, Fla.

Tight end

JACK

CLAYPOOL Fr. HS ~ 6-3 230

#

48

HIGH SCHOOL Lewis & Clark

High school: As a senior Claypool had 18 catches for 232 yards and 2 Touchdowns. He was named All-League Tight End in the Greater Spokane League. Personal: Son of Shauni Robideaux and Brian Claypool, born May 11, 1996.

HOMETOWN Spokane, Wash.

Running back

DOUG

COMAN Fr. RS ~ 5-6 164

#

20

HIGH SCHOOL Woodland

2013: Redshirted. High school: Coman was a three-year letterman on both the football and track and field teams ... he was a team captain and an all-conference selection ... honor roll member. Personal: Son of Constance and John Coman ... born July 3, 1995.

HOMETOWN

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Woodland, Calif.


THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Receiver

BUCK

COWAN So. 1L ~ 6-3 205

HOMETOWN Camas, Wash.

#

13

HIGH SCHOOL Union

2013: Saw action in all 12 games as a true freshman ... caught two passes for 20 yards – one for 12 yards vs. Temple and one for 8 yards at Washington State. High school: Cowan is following in the footsteps of his older brother, Bobby, who as an AllAmerican punter for the Vandals and who holds most UI punting records. Trent Cowan was a first-team all-Greater St. Helen’s League player as a senior and a preseason all-state selection by the Tacoma News Tribune, and subsequently the paper’s all-state choice at receiver, defensive back and punter. He caught 55 passes for 798 yards as a senior and carried the ball 25 times for 213 yards. As the punter, he averaged nearly 40 yards per kick. He also served as Union’s placekicker. Personal: Son of Julie and Dave Cowan ... born Sept. 24, 1994.

Offensive line

JESSE

DAVIS Sr. 3L ~ 6-6 286

HOMETOWN Asotin, Wash.

#

78

HIGH SCHOOL Asotin

2013: Moved to offensive tackle midway through spring ball and started five games at strong tackle before being sidelined with injury. 2012: Started all 12 games at defensive tackle ... led the team in quarterback hurries with five ... had 13 tackles (seven solo and six assists) ... also had an 86-yard fumble return. 2011: Sat out one game because of injury but played in all of the others ... had three solo tackles and six assists for a total of nine ... also had three quarterback hurries and one pass breakup. 2010: Redshirted. High school: First team State 2B tight end, first-team District 9 2B as a senior ... had 10 receptions for 169 yards and four TDs … had 35 tackles (14 solo and 21 assists), two sacks (-11 yards), one pass defensed, one fumble recovery (returned eight yards) and one blocked punt ... first-team District 9 2B selection as a junior in 2008 ... also played basketball and baseball. Personal: Son of Mary Humphrey and Scott LaVelle ... born Sept. 15, 1991.

CAREER BESTS Total tackles: 3 (at Brigham Young, Nov. 10, 2012). Solo tackles: 2, twice. Assisted tackles: 2, three times. Pass breakup: 1, twice. Fumble recovery: 1 (86 yards, at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 20, 2012). Tackles for loss: 1, twice. Quarterback hurries: 1, eight times.

Running back

AARON

DUCKWORTH Fr. HS ~ 5-8 216

HOMETOWN Orange Park, Fla.

A

#

29

HIGH SCHOOL Oakleaf

s a senior at Oakleaf, Duckworth had five games of more than 100 yards en route to 1,075 yards on 121 carries, seven of which were touchdowns. Of those five games, four were for more than 150 yards with his career-best a 169-yard outing on 14 carries vs. Buchholz. He also had 10 receptions for 149 yards. As a junior, he had 892 yards rushing on 99 carries with 10 touchdowns, and 15 receptions for 166 yards and one touchdown. He had four games of more than 100 yards as a junior with his best that season, 159 on 21 carries vs. Fernandina Beach.

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Offensive line

NICK

EDENFIELD Fr. RS ~ 6-4 280

71

HIGH SCHOOL Columbia

2013: Redshirted. High school: Edenfield was a 2012 4A All-Idaho selection as well as an all-Southern Idaho Conference choice as a junior and senior. During his senior season, he was an integral part of an offense that averaged 423 yards and 30.4 points per game.

HOMETOWN Nampa, Idaho

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Defensive back

CHRIS

EDWARDS Jr. JC ~ 6-2 217

6

HIGH SCHOOL Southfield

JUNIOR COLLEGE Butte

A

s a sophomore at Butte, Edwards had 55 total tackles (34 solo and 21 assists) in a season during which Butte was undefeated and earned co-National Junior College Association championships with a 12-0 mark. He also had one interception and one fumble recovery. He was a North Division Nor-Cal Conference honoree. During his freshman season at Grand Rapids, Edwards played in four games and had five tackles, two interceptions and one pass defensed. Grand Rapids dropped its football program after its 11-0 2011 season.

HOMETOWN Southfield, Mich.

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Defensive line

RYAN

EDWARDS

HOMETOWN Long Beach, Calif.

G

Long Beach Poly

2013: Saw action in all 12 games and had 18 total tackles (9 solo and 9 assists) ... best outing was four total (3 solo and one assist) at Arkansas State ... also had one forced fumble and one tackle for loss. 2012: Saw action in all 12 games ... had nine total tackles (four solo and five assists) ... also had two fumble recoveries and one-half a tackle for loss. 2011: Redshirted. High school: Graduated in 2010 from high school powerhouse Long Beach Poly and attended prep school in the fall of 2010 .... at Long Beach Poly, played on the offensive and defensive lines ... was a two-time all-California Interscholastic Federation player as a two-year starter ... benches 425, squats 455 and power cleans 315. Personal: Son of Ula Schwenke and Robert Edwards ... born Dec. 27, 1991.

UT AT

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Jr. 2L ~ 6-3 291

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Offensive line

CODY

ELENZ Jr. 2L ~ 6-4 287

HOMETOWN Copperas Cove, Texas

60

HIGH SCHOOL Copperas Cove

2013: Started eight games at quick tackle before sustaining a season-ending injury. 2012: Started every game at left tackle. 2011: Redshirted. High school: As a junior and senior, was a first-team all-District 5A-12 choice ... was second team all-state 5A ... as a senior was an honorable mention APSE (all players in Texas) team member ... was the 11th ranked high school linemen by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football ... as a senior, was a preseason all-Academic team member by the Rodgers Recruiting Report and wound up second-team all-state all-academic ... “a key cog in leading the area’s top offense and a ground game that featured two 1,000-yard rushers.” ... District 5A-12 powerlifting champion ... TexasHighSchoolFootball.com top 200 ... 2010 all-CenTex team ... first team all-Central Texas by all-smoaky.com. Personal: Son of Nancy and Chris Elenz ... borth July 18, 1993.

Fullback

LUI

FA`AMASINO Fr. HS ~ 5-10 240

#

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49

HIGH SCHOOL West Anchorage

High School: Fa’amasino carried the ball for 1,148 yards and nine TDs during his senior year at West Anchorage HS. He was the only player to rush for more than 1,000 yards on his way to being named all-conference running back. Personal: Son of Tina Fa’amasino, born July 6, 1996.

HOMETOWN Anchorage, Alaska

Offensive line

KATO

FAWKES So. JC ~ 6-4 305

HOMETOWN Freeport, The Bahamas

F

#

69

HIGH SCHOOL Bishop Michael Eldon

JUNIOR COLLEGE Iowa Western

awkes started every game for 11-1 Western Iowa and was a second-team Iowa Community College Athletic Conference selection. Iowa Western was the league leader in total offense (522.5 yards per game), passing offense (257.5 yards per game), completions (274), pass attempts (441) and touchdowns (28).

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Receiver

CHRIS

FEATHERSTONE Jr. SQ ~ 5-9 162

19

HIGH SCHOOL Santa Monica

JUNIOR COLLEGE College of the Desert

2013: Walked on in August . High school: Was an all-Ocean League selection at Santa Monica High School and was the Ocean League long jump champion as well. Junior college: At the College of the Desert, caught four touchdown passes and had 636 yards receiving in two seasons. Personal: Son of Marva and Chris Featherstone ... born Oct. 10, 1992 ... uncle Clifford Featherstone played for the San Diego Chargers.

HOMETOWN Los Angeles, Calif.

Defensive end

MAXX

FORDE

#

40

HIGH SCHOOL Woodinville

Sr. 3L ~ 6-5 261

2013: Vandals’ fourth-leading tackler with 63 total stops (44 solo, 19 assists) ... also had nine tackles for loss (-39 yards) and 5.5 quarterback sacks (-28 yards) ... had four quarterback hurries – all in a single game (vs. Temple) ... also had three pass breakups, two blocked kicks, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble ... had career-high nine total tackles at New Mexico State ... had career-best six solo tackles twice – vs. Texas State and at Wyoming. 2012: Started 11 of 12 games and played in all 12 ... had 37 total tackles (18 solo and 19 assists) ... also had five tackles for loss (-30 yards), of which four were sacks (-25 yards) ... also had four quarterback hurries, four pass breakup and two fumble recoveries ... best game was HOMETOWN six total tackles (one a 13-yard sack) in season-finale at Utah state. Woodinville, Wash. 2011: Saw action in all 12 games as a backup defensive end ... had 15 total tackles (five solo and 10 assists) ... best game was four total tackles (one solo, three assists) at Nevada. 2010: Redshirted. High school: As a senior he was a KingCo 4A Crown Division first-team offensive and defensive selection … Associated Press 4A all-state team … Tacoma News Tribune 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 and Brian Forde ... born Nov. 15, 1991 ... majoring in Business. CAREER BESTS Total tackles: 9 (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013). Solo tackles: 6, twice (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013, and at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). Assisted tackles: 5 (vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012). Tackles for loss: 3 (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013). Sacks: 2, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and at Bowling Green State, Sept. 8, 2012). Passes defensed: 2, twice (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013, and vs. UT-San Antonio, Nov. 17, 2012). Quarterback hurries: 4 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Fumble recoveries: 2 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Forced fumbles: 1 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Blocked kicks:1, twice (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013, and at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). UT AT

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Receiver

JORDAN

FRYSINGER Jr. HS ~ 5-10 189

#

81

HIGH SCHOOL Corning-Painted Post East

PREVIOUS SCHOOL University of Illinois

2011: Redshirted the 2011 season at Illinois. High cchool: A two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Semifinalist for New York’s Gatorade Player of the Year ... First-team Class AA all-state selection by the New York State Sportswriters Association ... Rushed for 1,385 yards and 27 touchdowns on only 90 carries, an average of 15.4 yards per carry ... Scored a total of 32 touchdowns, with three on returns of his six interceptions ... 19 of his TDs covered 30 or more yards ... In his three-year high school career, Frysinger ran for 3,940 yards on 343 attempts and scored 74 touchdowns ... Helped Corning to a 9-1 record and Section 4 Class AA championship in the inaugural season for the team ... Was a second-team Class A all-state pick as a running back at Corning East in 2009 ... Rated one of the top 15 players in state of New York by SuperPrep ... Averaged 10.6 yards a carry as a junior in 2009.

HOMETOWN Corning, N.Y.

Personal: Son of Sharon and Charles Frysinger ... Born on Sept. 23, 1992 ... Won nine varsity letters in high school, three in football, four in lacrosse and two in track.

Defensive back

JORDAN

GRABSKI So. 1L ~ 6-0 171

Bradenton, Fla.

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Linebacker

ED

HALL

Chugiak, Alaska

HIGH SCHOOL Southeast

CAREER BESTS Total tackles: 7 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Solo tackles: 6 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Assists: 2 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). Tackles for loss: 2 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Pass breakups: 1 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). 2013

HOMETOWN

21

2013: As a true freshman, played in nine games and finished with 24 total tackles (20 solo and four assists) ... also had three tackles for loss (-6 yards) and one pass breakup, which preserved the Vandals’ victory over Temple. High school: Missed part of the 2012 season with injury but was selected to play in the 21st Brad Park Memorial PAL All-Star Game. He had acclaimed sophomore and junior seasons and also participated in track and field. Grabski was his team’s Defensive Most Valuable Player, Special Teams Most Valuable Player and first-team all-Manatee County. As a sophomore, he earned second team all-Area honors. Personal: Son of Jennifer and Jordan Grabski ... born Feb. 20, 1994.

HOMETOWN

Fr. HS ~ 6-0 205

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HIGH SCHOOL Eagle River

High School: Hall was 1st team All-conference, and 2nd team All-state during his senior year. Also was Shrine Game MVP and graudated with a 4.0 GPA from Eagle River HS. Personal: Son of Lorine and Carey Hall, born Feb. 3, 1996.

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Defensive tackle

ALFONSO

HAMPTON Jr. JC ~ 6-5 346

#

91

HIGH SCHOOL Morse

JUNIOR COLLEGE Southwestern

H

ampton didn’t play football until he enrolled at Southwestern College in 2012 – five years after he graduated from San Diego’s Morse High School. He was a quick study and by the time he had played two seasons, he became a highly regarded player. He earned American Mountain All-Conference honors after his sophomore season, during which he also was ranked the 10th best junior college recruit by ESPN. He had 32 tackles, which includes 5.5 sacks, as a sophomore, in addition to four pass breakups and one blocked kick.

HOMETOWN San Diego, Calif.

Cornerback

ARMOND

HAWKINS Fr. RS ~ 5-10 175

#

14

HIGH SCHOOL Rancho Cucamonga

2013: Redshirted. High school: Hawkins was selected to play in the 2012 CalState 5-Star All-Star game in addition to earning recognition as a San Bernardino all-state and second-team all-baseline league. As a senior, Hawkins had 54 total tackles, three interceptions, one sack, two forced fumbles and 14 passes defensed. He missed his junior season because of an injury. Personal: Son of Armond and Jamie Hawkins ... born Dec. 6, 1994.

HOMETOWN Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

Safety

TOM

HENNESSEY Sr. 2L ~ 5-11 193

#

30

HIGH SCHOOL Mountain Home

2013: Earned a scholarship and a full-time role on special teams and a backup position in the secondary ... played in 11 games and had nine total tackles (six solo and three assists) ... also had one pass breakup vs. Fresno State ... best game was four total tackles (two solo, two assists) against Fresno State. 2012: Earned a spot on the travel squad and played in three games. 2011: Primarily a scout team player.

HOMETOWN Mountain Home, Idaho

2010: Redshirt ... Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year. High school: As a senior, was Mountain Home High School’s Male Athlete of the Year after earning first-team all-state and first-team all-conference honors at defensive back ... as a junior, also was a first-team all-state and first-team all-district selection at defensive back ... also played basketball ... All-Southern Idaho and All-State Academic Award winner ... graduated with honors.

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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.


THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Defensive back

NOLAN

HOINESS Fr. HS ~ 6-0 185

#

26

HIGH SCHOOL Hoquiam

H

oiness, the son of former Vandal running back and assistant coach Todd Hoiness, joined the Vandals in January as a grayshirt. He is a 2013 graduate of Hoquiam High School where he was the Evergreen 1A Most Valuable Player and an all-state choice. As a senior, he rushed for 2,186 yards, while averaging 13 yards per carry. Against Montesano, he rushed for 354 yards and scored three touchdowns as a senior. He scored 30 touchdowns during the 2013 campaign. He also competed in track and was the top sprinter on Hoquiam’s 1A championship team.

HOMETOWN Hoquiam, Wash.

Receiver

JERMAINE

JOHNSON Jr. JC ~ 6-4 192

HOMETOWN Houma, La.

HIGH SCHOOL Ellender Memorial

JUNIOR COLLEGE New Mexico Military

I

n the 2013 season, Johnson played in 10 games and had 377 yards on 19 receptions, four of which were touchdowns. His career-best game was 166 yards on five receptions with a 78yard scoring catch.

As a senior at Ellender Memorial High School, Johnson had 34 receptions for 649 yards and eight touchdowns. He had three 100-yard-plus games with his top outing 160 yards on five receptions vs. Lutcher. He scored three touchdowns on seven receptions for 143 yards vs. Assumption and had 106 yards on four catches against South Terrebonne. As a junior, he started the season with a 214-yard game (seven receptions) en route to an 891-yard season (36 catches). He also had games of 164, 148 and 142 yards and scored eight touchdowns on the season. As a sophomore, he played in four games and had four catches for 106 yards and two touchdowns.He also returned kickoffs with 27 career returns for 371 yards.

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Offensive line

PATRICK

JOHNSON Fr. HS ~ 6-2 286

#

72

HIGH SCHOOL Paradise Valley

J

ohnson joined the Vandals in January as a grayshirt from Paradise Valley High School. He earned Division III All-Arizona honors as a senior in 2012 and was chosen to play in the Canyon Coast All-Star game, which pitted Arizona’s top high schoolers against a team from Southern California. He was labeled one of the top 50 Arizona recruits by 247Sports.com. He was a second-team all-conference choice as a junior.

HOMETOWN Phoenix, Ariz.

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Cornerback

JAYSHAWN

JORDAN Jr. 2L ~ 5-9 175

HOMETOWN Seattle, Wash.

4

HIGH SCHOOL O’Dea

2013: Played in all 12 games and started 10 ... Vandals’ third-leading tackler with 77 total tackles(68 solo and nine assists) ... had a team-high nine pass breakups as well as three tackles for loss (-4 yards) and one interception ... had a career-best 10 solo tackles at Ole Miss. 2012: Played in 10 games and had 19 tackles (11 solo and eight assists) ... also had one PBU. High school: Three-year starter at O’Dea … Defensive MVP at Northwest Elite Football Camp … Metro League Mountain Division Player of the Year … first team all-state by the Associated Press and the Tacoma News Tribune … O’Dea was 13-1 during his senior season ... team captain … as a senior, had 64 tackles, three interceptions and seven knockdowns on defense and had covered 1,036 yards and scored eight touchdowns on offense ... as a junior, had 43 tackles, four interceptions ... as a sophomore, had 64 tackles (23 solo) ... uncle Jeff Jordan played for the Vandals and is tied for sixth all-time on Idaho’s career pass deflections list. Personal: Son of Jerry and Charisse Jordan ... born June 23, 1994.

CAREER BESTS Total tackles: 10 (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013). Solo tackles: 10 (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013). Assists: 5 (vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012). Passes defensed: 2, twice (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013), and vs. Fresno State (Oct. 5, 2013). Interceptions: 1 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SCKS-YDS FF FR INT QBH PBU BLK KICK SFTY 2012 10 11 8 2013 12 68 9 Career 22 79 17

Receiver

PETER

KIMBLE Fr. HS ~ 6-0 199

19 77 96

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HIGH SCHOOL Eastside Catholic

K

imble joined the Vandals in January as a grayshirt after graduating in 2013 from Eastside Catholic High School. As a senior at Eastside, Kimble was a team captain and earned firstteam All-Metro recognition as a safety and as a receiver. He caught 20 passes for 220 yards and four touchdowns, then turned his attention to defense where he had 50 tackles and four interceptions. He also returned kicks and took three back for touchdowns. As a junior, Kimble earned first-team All-Metro honors at safety. He earned all-academic recognition as a junior and senior. He also played lacrosse and was a second-team all-state choice as a senior.

HOMETOWN

61

Sammamish, Wash.


THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS

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Tight end

JARED

KLINGENBERG Jr. 1L ~ 6-4 246

HOMETOWN Carnation, Wash.

Cedarcrest

2013: Injured and missed eight games ... played in four. 2012: Injured last spring and did not play. 2011: Redshirted. High school: Played running back at Cedarcrest High School and helped team to the Washington 2A playoffs ... was a first-team all-Cascade Conference running back and earned honorable mention recognition as a defensive end as a senior ... carried the ball 137 times for 1,367 yards for an average of 10 yards per carry ... scored 19 rushing touchdowns ... as a senior was recognized twice by the Seattle Times as the Player of the Week and twice as a Difference Maker ... he was an all-state nominee as a senior and a second-team all-area choice by the Everett Herald ... was an honorable mention all-conference defensive lineman as a junior as well ... also played baseball and had a .483 batting average and a .586 slugging percentage as a junior. Personal: Son of Kim and Kurt Klingenberg ... born Nov. 17, 1992.

Linebacker

TONY

LASHLEY Fr. HS ~ 6-2 233

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HIGH SCHOOL

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33

HIGH SCHOOL Rockhurst

ashley joined the Vandals in January as a grayshirt.

As a junior, Lashley had 54 tackles and three sacks. The following summer, he had a stellar showing at the St. Louis Elite Football Combine where he had the most reps in the 225 bench press with 17, and was noted for his 40 time and agility, which elicited this comment: “A solid combination of speed and strength.” He was a National Underclassmen Five-Star Central MVP.

HOMETOWN Kansas City, Mo.

Tight end

ERIC

LEMKE So. 1L ~ 6-4 246

#

32

HIGH SCHOOL Issaquah

2013: Injured early but came back to play in the final two games ... had one reception for one yard at Florida State. 2012: Redshirted High school: Played tight end and defensive end … team captain … first-team all-KingCo tight end and defensive end … ESPNHS first-team defense … as a sophomore, earned Student Achievement Award for English … volunteers in Athletes for Kids program … earned RISING STAR award at Washington State summer camp in 2009 … also started for Issaquah basketball team at center … team captain … first-team all-KingCo tight end and defensive end … HOMETOWN had 30 receptions for 350 yards and three touchdowns ... had 110 tackles and 13 sacks during Issaquah, Wash. his high school career ... ESPNHS first-team defense … as a sophomore, earned Student Achievement Award for English … volunteers in Athletes for Kids program … earned RISING STAR award at Washington State summer camp in 2009 … also started for Issaquah basketball team at center. Personal: Son of Tana Whitehead and Doug Lemke ... born March 27, 1994.

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Quarterback

MATT

LINEHAN Fr. RS ~ 6-3 185

#

10

HIGH SCHOOL St. Mary’s

2013: Redshirted. High school: Linehan follows in the footsteps of his father, Scott, as a Vandal quarterback. Linehan, a multi-sport athlete, was honored as a blue chip player by the Detroit News after leading St. Mary’s to the state championship game. An all-league selection, he threw for 1,500 yards as St. Mary’s captured the Catholic League title. He also was a key member of St. Mary’s Class A regional basketball championship during his junior year and scored 28 points in one game.

HOMETOWN Orchard Lake, Mich.

Defensive line

TUENI

LUPEAMANU So. 1L ~ 6-1 263

#

44

HIGH SCHOOL Herriman

2013: As a true freshman, played in 11 of 12 games ... had five total tackles, which includes one tackle for loss (vs. Fresno State) ... best game was three solo stops vs. Fresno State. High school: Luepamanu played quarterback, linebacker and punted – all in helping lead Herriman to an 8-3 record and the Region 7 championship. His high school coach lauded his versatility: “He’s the type of kid that I think has a very good future at the next level. There’s no question.” Personal: Son of Pasitale Luepamanu ... born April 14, 1995.

HOMETOWN Herriman, Utah

Quarterback

JAKE

LUTON

HOMETOWN Lake Stevens, Wash.

14

HIGH SCHOOL Marysville-Pilchuck

L

uton thrived at Marysville-Pilchuck, a school with a history of running the ball, with both his passing and running capabilities. He led his team to the Wesco 3A league championship as a senior. He completed seven of nine passes for 137 yards and three touchdowns in the championship game in becoming the school’s best passer ever. As a junior, he threw form more than 1,300 yards while gaining an addition 450 on the ground. He was responsible for 12 touchdowns. In a review in Northwest Prep report, he was described this way: “His vision is excellent, rarely missing a receiver opening up. The long arms and height that his is delivering the ball from keeps it well above out-reaching hands of defenders. And his trajectory and spin on his passes is spot-on text book.”

63

Fr. HS ~ 6-6 219

#


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SIONE

MAILE Sr. 1L ~ 6-1 293

#

68

HIGH SCHOOL San Leandro

JUNIOR COLLEGE San Mateo

2013: Walked on in August ... wound up playing in five games and starting three at strong guard. High school: Graduated in 2010 from San Leandro High School ... played football and competed in track and field. Junior college: First-team all-NorCal selection at College of San Mateo ... also competed in track and field.

HOMETOWN

Personal: Son of Paca and Kolenelio Maile ... born Nov. 5, 1992 at Honolulu.

Oakland, Calif.

Fullback

JAKE

MANLEY Jr. 2L ~ 6-0 237

#

45

HIGH SCHOOL Salmon River

2013: Missed three games because of injury ... started three of the nine games in which he played ... scored the Vandals’ first touchdown of the season on a six-yard reception at North Texas ... primarily a blocking back, finished the season with three receptions for 11 yards ... had two catches at Wyoming. 2012: Played in all 12 games on special teams and at H-back ... on special teams, had four total tackles (one solo and three assists). 2011: Redshirted.

HOMETOWN Riggins, Idaho

High school: Two-time all-state choice as a linebacker ... also rushed for 1,500 yards and five TDs as a senior in addition to tallying 100 tackles ... ranked third academically in his class. Personal: Son of Kim Olson and Jayson Manley ... born May 20, 1993 at Antioch, Calif.

Center

MIKE

MARBOE Sr. 3L ~ 6-2 296

#

74

HIGH SCHOOL Wenatchee

2013: Once again, member of the Rimington Award Watch list ... continued his string of successive starts to finish the season at 36. 2012: Stretched his consecutive starts streak to 24 games ... member of 2012 Rimington Award Watch List. 2011: Started all 12 games at center ... Rimington Award Watch List. 2010: Redshirted after joining the Vandals in January 2010 as an early high school graduate.

HOMETOWN Wenatchee, Wash.

High school: As a senior, first-team all-League … helped Wenatchee to undefeated regular season and within one game of 4A state tournament ... as a junior, Class 4A First Team AllState selection … Big Nine Conference First Team selection ... as a sophomore, all -conference center selection ... as a freshman, Freshman Lineman of the Year. Personal: Father, Scott, and grandfather both played for the Vandals.

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Defensive line

MAX

MARTIAL Jr. JC ~ 6-4 305

97

HIGH SCHOOL Palm Beach Central

JUNIOR COLLEGE Iowa Western

M

artial started every game as a senior for 11-1 Western Iowa and was a member of the 2012 NJCAA National Championship team. In the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference, he was ranked 35th in total tackles among all players, which was ninth among defensive linemen. Iowa Western led the league in almost every defensive category – points allowed, total yards allowed, yards allowed rushing, yards allowed passing, interceptions and fumble recoveries.

HOMETOWN Wellington, Fla.

#

Linebacker

JUAN

MARTINEZ Sr. 1L ~ 6-3 225

HOMETOWN

41

HIGH SCHOOL Napa

JUNIOR COLLEGE City College of San Francisco

2013: Key member of the Vandals’ linebacking corps ... started all 12 games at middle linebacker ... finished with 50 total tackles (30 solo and 20 assists) ... also had two pass breakups and one tackle for loss (-2 yards). Junior college: Martinez was a key contributor on the Rams’ 2012 state runner-up. As a sophomore, Martinez totaled 38 tackles (19 solo and 19 assists) as well as one sack (-10 yards) and 3.5 tackles for loss (-22 yards). High school: Martinez is a 2010 graduate of Napa (Calif.) High School. CAREER BESTS Total tackles: 9 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). Solo tackles: 5 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Assists: 6 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). Tackles for loss: 1 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013). Pass breakups: 1, twice (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013, and vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013).

Napa, Calif.

2013

G

UT AT

TT

12

30 20

50

Offensive line

STEVE

MATLOCK So. 1L ~ 6-2 276

TFL-YDS SCKS-YDS FF

1.0-2

0-0

#

0

FR

0

INT QBH PBU

0

61

0

BLK KICK SFTY

2

0

0

HIGH SCHOOL Capital

2013: Joined the team in August and earned a starting role as a true freshman ... started eight games at quick guard ... one of just 13 true FBS freshman to start in 2013. High school: Two-time all-conference choice as well as two-time all-state selection at Capital High School ... was team captain as a junior and senior. Personal: Son of the late Lisa Matlock ... born June 30, 1995.

HOMETOWN

65

Boise, Idaho


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Receiver

MELVIN

MCADAMS Jr. TR ~ 5-6 147

82

HIGH SCHOOL Belair

JUNIOR COLLEGE Highlands/Cisco/Victory Valley

High School: McAdams was first team All-district his junior and senior years at Belair HS. Went on to add 1150 All-purpose yards last season at Highland Community College. Personal: Son of Lashondra Hurd, born 7/2/93.

HOMETOWN Houston, Texas

#

Receiver

JOSHUA

McCAIN

8

HIGH SCHOOL Piedmont

JUNIOR COLLEGE DeAnza

Sr. 1L ~ 6-2 185

Moved to receiver during the spring of 2014. 2013: Backup quarterback who saw action in eight games ... missed four with injury ... dual threat with 223 rushing yards and 222 passing yards ... scored one rushing TD and threw two TD passes ... best outing was 107 yards total offense (30 rushing, 77 passing) at Fresno State. Junior college: McCain comes to Idaho with impressive credentials from DeAnza College and Piedmont High School. As a sophomore at DeAnza, he played in 11 games, threw for 29,58 yards and 32 touchdowns, while completing 198 of 405 passes. He was the NorCal Conference Offensive Player of the Year and twice was recognized as the national underclassman of the HOMETOWN week. He was a JC Athletic Bureau-California Community College Football Coaches Association San Jose, Calif. All-American first team. He was a Region I all-California first team and the Offensive Player of the Year. High school: At Piedmont, he threw for 2, 229 yards and 25 TDs as a senior. He had two games of 300 or more yards with his best outings a 15-of-22 outing that netted 353 yards and two TDs, and a 26-of-29 game for 325 yards and four TDs. He had one game of five touchdowns. He also rushed for 1,139 yards and eight TDs, and played defensive back where he had 335 tackles and three interceptions. As a senior, he was first team all-Mercury News, first-team all-Mount Hamilton division, league MVP, team MVP, Mercury News Player of the Week and Cal-Hi Player of the Week. During his junior season, he earned honorable mention on the all-Mercury News team as well as first-team all-league, league Junior of the Year, Team MVP and one Mercury News Player of the Week honor. He was his team’s MVP as a sophomore and freshman and was the Freshman of the Year. Personal: Son of Jeanette Hooker and Anthony McCain ... born Jan. 28, 1992. CAREER BESTS Passing: Attempts – 8 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). Completions – 5 (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013). Yards – 77 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). Touchdown passes – 1, twice (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013, and vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). Interceptions – 1, three times (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013; vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013, and at Washington State, Sept. 28, 2013). Completion percentage – .714 (5 of 7 at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013). Pass efficiency – 169.20 (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013). Rushing: Carries – 11 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Yards – 49, twice (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013, and at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). Touchdowns – 1 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). PASSING G

2013

EFF.

CMP.

8 119.44

RUSHING 2013

G

8

ATT. INT.

13

27

3

ATT GAIN LOSS

54

TOTAL OFFENSE G 2013 8

301

78

PCT.

.481

YARDS TD

222

LONG AVG./G

2

40

27.8

NET

AVG

TD

LG

AVG/G

223

4.1

1

34

27.9

PLAYS RUSH PASS TOTAL AVG/PLAY AVG/G

81

223

222

445

5.5

55.6

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MAX

MCINTOSH Jr. TR ~ 6-1 187

#

89

HIGH SCHOOL Rogers

PREVIOUS COLLEGE Central Washington

High school: 2012 graduate of Rogers High School ... first-team all-conference receiver and defensive back ... team captain ... led the conference in Pick 6s with six in 2012 ... three-year starter at Rogers ... earned dean’s list recognition at Central Washington University ... also competed in wrestling and track and field at Rogers. Personal: Son of Miri and Costell McIntosh ... born May 23, 1994.

HOMETOWN Puyallup, Wash.

#

Linebacker

MARC

MILLAN Jr. 1L ~ 6-1 215

HOMETOWN Mission Viejo, Calif.

23

HIGH SCHOOL Mission Viejo

JUNIOR COLLEGE Santa Ana

2013: Joined the Vandals in January and had an immediate impact ... started all 12 games at the SAM linebacker and led the Vandals in total tackles with 90 (69 solo and 21 assists) ... also had 11 tackles for loss (-46 yards) and four sacks (-30 yards) ... had four pass breakups and three quarterback hurries ... best game was 11 total tackles (seven solo and four assists) at Arkansas State ... had three tackles for loss at Wyoming ... had 10-tackle games at North Texas (eight solo, two assists) and vs. Texas State (eight solo and two assists) Junior college: Millan led Santa Ana College in tackles with 70 total tackles (43 solo and 27 assists) in addition to five sacks (-35 yards) and 17.5 tackles for loss (-75 yards). Additionally, he forced three fumbles, had one fumble recovery, one pass breakup and scored one safety. His consistency is evident in that he totaled eight tackles in three games and seven tackles in another four. High school: Millan is a 2010 graduate of Mission Viejo (Calif.) High School.

CAREER BESTS Total tackles: 11 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). Solo tackles: 8, twice (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013, and at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Assists: 4 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). Tackles for loss: 3 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). Sacks: 2 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). Quarterback hurries: 1, three times (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013; at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013, and vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Pass breakups: 1, four times (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013; vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013; at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013, and at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). 2013

G

UT AT

TT

12

69 21

90

Punter

BRANDON

MILLER Jr. TR ~ 5-11 177

TFL-YDS SCKS-YDS FF

11.0-46

#

4.0-30

0

54

FR

0

INT QBH PBU

0

3

BLK KICK SFTY

4

0

0

HIGH SCHOOL Valley Christian

JUNIOR COLLEGE Chabot

2014: Joined the Vandals in the summer of 2014. Junior college: Two-time all-Golden Gate Conference punter. High school: Graduate of Danville’s Valley Christian High School.

HOMETOWN

67

Danville, Calif.


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Defensive line

BYRON

MITCHELL Fr. HS ~ 6-0 254

93

HIGH SCHOOL Orofino

High School: Mitchell was a three-sport athlete at Orofino High School. Personal: Son of Heather and Barry Mitchell, born May 8, 1996. Major at UI is forestry studies.

HOMETOWN Orofino, Idaho

#

Running back

RICHARD

MONTGOMERY So. 1L ~ 5-8 180

4

HIGH SCHOOL Atlantic Coast

2013: Found a role immediately as a returner as well as running back ... had 699 all-purpose yards (196 rushing, 176 receiving, 327 kick returns) as a true freshman ... best game was 170 all-purpose yards (59 rushing, 54 receiving, 57 kickoff returns) vs. Northern Illinois. High school: Montgomery was the first player in Atlantic Coast history to surpass the 1,000yard rushing barrier when he finished the season with 1,633 yards and 19 touchdowns. He had 312 yards in one game and 212 in another. Montgomery was a second-team all-First Coast selection as well as a second-team Class 6A Florida All-State selection.

CAREER BESTS Rushing: Carries – 12, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. Jacksonville, Fla. 14, 2013). Yards – 59 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). TD runs – 1, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Long run – 13 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013). Receiving: Receptions – 5 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Receiving yards – 102 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Long reception – 64 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Touchdowns – 1, four times (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013; vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013; vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013, and vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Kick returns: Returns – 3, twice (vs. Fresno State, Oct.5, 2013, and at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Return yards – 76 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Long – 44 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Punt returns: Returns – 1 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013 [0 yards]). All purpose yards: 170 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013 [59 rushing, 54 receiving, 57 kickoff returns])

HOMETOWN

RECEIVING 2013

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

AVG/G

12

17

176

10.4

4

64

14.7

RUSHING 2013

G

ATT

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

AVG/G

12

60

196

3.3

2

13

16.3

KICKOFF RETURNS 2013

RET

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

AVG/G

12

15

327

21.8

0

44

27.3

PUNT RETURNS 2013

RET

YDS

AVG

TD

LG

AVG/G

12

1

0

0

0

0

0

REC

KR

PR

TOTAL AVG/PLAY AVG/G

176

327

0

ALL-PURPOSE 2013

G

G G

G

12

PLAYS RUSH

93

196

699

7.5

58.2

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Receiver

RUEBEN

MWEHLA Fr. RS ~ 5-10 198

3

HIGH SCHOOL Bellevue

2013: Redshirted. High school: Mwehla played receiver and cornerback at Bellevue, which finished the 2012 campaign with an unblemished 14-0 record as Washington’s No. 1 high school team and the No. 5 team in the nation. Mwehla was a second-team KingCo choice. Personal: Son of Gwen Mwehla ... born July 20, 1994.

HOMETOWN Bellevue, Wash.

#

Safety

BRADLEY

NJOKU

2

HIGH SCHOOL Leander

Sr. 3L ~ 6-1 202

2013: Started all 12 games at free safety and was the Vandals’ second-leading tackler with 89 (71 solo, 18 assists) ... led the team in solo stops ... also had three tackles for loss, two pass breakups, one interception, one quarterback hurry and one fumble recovery ... best game was 15 (12 solo and three assists) vs. Fresno State ... also had a double-digit outing at New Mexico State with 10 tackles (eight solo and two assists). 2012: Played in all 12 games ... had 43 total tackles (21 solo and 22 assists) ... also had one interception (vs. Utah State) and a half tackle for loss. 2011: Played in all 12 games on special teams and in the secondary ... had 23 total tackles HOMETOWN (nine solo and 14 assists) ... also had a 37-yard interception return for a TD against North DaLeander, Texas kota ... recorded one pass breakup as well. High school: As a senior, had 84 solo stops and 33 assists for 117 total in addition to two interceptions, five passes defensed, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one blocked punt ... 4.5 40 ... as a junior, had 78 tackles (57 solo and 21 assists) for an average of 6.5 per game ... also had two interceptions, three passes defensed, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and three blocked field goals ... was a second team all-District 16-5A selection as a senior and junior ... as a sophomore had 12 total tackles in a backup role ... as a top 30 defensive back by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football ... team captain as a junior and as a senior ... Dazzling Dozen Defensive Newcomer of the Year. Personal: Son of Angela and Innocent Njoku ... born Sept. 24, 1992. CAREER BESTS Total tackles: 15 (at North Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012). Solo tackles: 12 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). Assists: 11 (at North Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012). Tackles for loss: 1, three times (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013; at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013, and at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Interceptions: 1, three times (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013; at Utah State, Nov. 24, 2012, and vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011). Long interception return: 37 yards (vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011 [returned for TD]). Pass breakups: 1, three times (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013; vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013, and at Texas A&M, Sept. 17, 2011). Quarterback hurries: 1 (at Florida State, Nov. 23, 2013). UT AT

14 22 18 54

TT

23 43 89 155

TFL-YDS SCKS-YDS FF

0-0 0.5-1 3.0-3 3.5-4

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

0 0 0 0

FR

INT QBH PBU

0 1-37* 0 1-0 1-0 1-18 1-0 3-55

0 0 1 1

1 0 2 3

BLK KICK SFTY

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

69

G

2011 13 9 2012 12 21 2013 12 71 Career 37 101 * returned for TD


THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Running back

KRISTOFFER

OLUGBODE Sr. 1L ~ 5-9 200

HOMETOWN San Jose, Calif.

21

Bellarmine Prep

JUNIOR COLLEGE City College of San Francisco

2013: Played in all 12 games and started once ... had 96 yards rushing on 28 carries and 55 receiving yards on four receptions for an all-purpose total of 151. Junior college: Olugbode came to Idaho after a stellar freshman season at City College of San Francisco. In 2012, he carried the ball 270 times for 1,699 yards. He scored 19 touchdowns, while averaging 141.6 yards per game and 6.3 yards per carry. He rushed for at least 100 yards in nine of 12 games and twice eclipsed the 200-yard mark. His career high was 310 yards on 32 carries against Santa Rosa. He scored five touchdowns in a 31-carry, 216-yard outing against American River. Thirty-two carries is a career high and he twice had 31. His long run was 55 yards. He also had 16 receptions for 149 yards with a long of 98. High school: Olugbode is a 2010 graduate of Bellarmine Prep at San Jose, Calif.

Cornerback

DELENCY

PARHAM Sr. 1L ~ 5-11 180

#

HIGH SCHOOL

#

27

HIGH SCHOOL Berkeley

JUNIOR COLLEGE Santa Barbara City

2013: Played in nine games and started four at cornerback ... had 20 total tackles (16 solo and four assists) ... also had two tackles for loss and two pass breakups. Junior college: Came to Idaho from Santa Barbara City College after a sophomore season during which he knocked down 20 passes in addition to accumulating 46 tackles (21 solo and 25 assists). He also had two pass interceptions and accounted for 2½ tackles for loss. High school: Parham is a 2010 graduate of Berkeley High School at Oakland, Calif.

HOMETOWN Oakland, Calif.

Receiver

KALEB

PARRISH Fr. HS ~ 6-3 220

HOMETOWN Stockton, Calif.

#

15

HIGH SCHOOL St. Mary’s

High School: His senior year Parrish had 1,577 yards passing with 17 TDs to go along with 369 rushing yards and 8 TDs, named first team All-league. Personal: Son of Sonya and DeWayne Parrish, born Dec. 11, 1995.

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JORDAN

PASTRAS So. TR ~ 6-2 200

#

23

HIGH SCHOOL Post Falls

Fall 2013: Redshirted. High school: Pastras is a 2011 graduate of Post Falls ... two time first-team all-North Idaho selection ... also first-team all-conference ... also competed in track ... had 45 receptions for 560 yards and six touchdowns at Montana Western. Personal: Son of Marlo and Jeff Pastras ... born Sept. 28, 1992 ... has one daughter, Kambrie.

HOMETOWN Post Falls, Idaho

HIGH SCHOOL

Running back

Norwalk

ELIJHAA

JUNIOR COLLEGE

PENNY Jr. JC ~ 6-2 248

HOMETOWN Lakewood, Calif.

Cerritos

P

enny was a standout running back at Cerritos College where he gained 1,338 yards on 199 carries as a sophomore. He averaged 6.7 yards per carry and scored a Cerritos singleseason record 20 touchdowns, with a career-high four vs. Ventura. He also caught 16 passes for 94 yards to total 1,432 all-purpose yards for 7-4 Cerritos. He had seven games of 100 or more yards and a career high of 262 on 34 carries vs. Palomar. Those efforts led to his being honored as a first-team All-American as well as a first-team All-California Region IV and the Northern Conference Offensive Player of the Year. Prior to playing at Cerritos, he spent one season at College of the Sequoias (2011) where he played in eight games and totaled 102 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries. He also caught three passes for 27 yards.

A graduate of Norwalk (Calif.) High School, Penny was a three-year letterman after playing at defensive end and linebacker as well as running back. He was honored throughout his high school career as an all-area selection as a junior and senior, and an all-state medium school division choice as a senior. He was the Suburban League MVP twice and an all-CIF selection. He was the Wave Newspaper East Region Player of the Year after gaining 2,005 yards and scoring 18 touchdowns as a senior. He gained 335 yards and scored six touchdowns vs. Westminster High. Defensively during his senior season, he had 29 tackles and 1.5 sacks. As a junior, he rushed for 1,569 yards and 22 touchdowns, while totaling 62 tackles, eightt sacks and four interceptions. s

Linebacker

DANIEL

PETERSON

HOMETOWN Litchfield Park, Ariz.

42

Millennium

JUNIOR COLLEGE Mesa

A

s a sophomore, he was Mesa’s tackle leader with 106 total tackles, which tied for first in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference. He also had six tackles for loss, two sacks, two pass breakups, one fumble recovery and one blocked kick. He had a career-high 14 tackles against Snow College and twice had 13-tackle games. As a freshman, he had 35 total tackles and six sacks. He had a season high of 11 tackles one in addition to one 10-tackle outing. He was a first-team All-Region defensive back as a senior in high school as well as earning second team All-Arizona honors. He was Millennium’s MVP and its Outstanding Defensive Player. As a senior, he had 77 total tackles, two interceptions (one of which he returned 99 yards for a touchdown), eight tackles for loss, five pass breakups, three fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles.

71

Jr. JC ~ 6-0 187

#

HIGH SCHOOL


THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Offensive line

AUSTIN

PHILLIPS Fr. HS ~ 6-3 275

#

58

HIGH SCHOOL Mountain View

High School: Phillips earned 1st team All-league honors on offense and defense his senior year, as well as Most Valuable Player. Personal: Son of Beth and Craig Phillips, born April 12, 1996.

HOMETOWN Bend, Ore.

Tight end

JUSTIN

PODRABSKY

#

16

HIGH SCHOOL Lewiston

Sr. 2L ~ 6-6 256

2013: Played in nine games and started the season finale at New Mexico State ... caught seven passes for 104 yards ... best outing was three receptions for 47 yards at New Mexico State. 2012: Played in nine of 12 games. 2011: Did not play but was on the travel squad as a backup tight end. 2010: Redshirted High School: As a senior in 2009 was First-team Inland Empire League 5A ... Rivals.com Rocky Mountain States Postseason top 100 ... top-ranked recruit in Idaho and No. 3 quarterHOMETOWN back in the region ... against Pullman, completed a 60-yard scoring play with one second left Lewiston, Idaho 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.

Linebacker

JAMES

RANDALL Sr. 1l ~ 5-11 222

HOMETOWN Compton, Calif.

#

1

HIGH SCHOOL Compton

2013: Injured; did not play. 2012: Injured in fall camp ... did not play. 2011: Played in 10 games – primarily on special teams ... had two solo tackles. 2010: Joined the Vandals in January and redshirted during the fall. High school: As a senior at Compton, had 68 total tackles (44 solo), four fumble recoveries (90 yards), one pass defensed and an interception … played outside linebacker and safety … was considered one of his team’s top defenders … all-area selection ... as a junior, had 59 total tackles along with five sacks (-25 yards) and one forced fumble.

72


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AUSTIN

REHKOW

#

5

HIGH SCHOOL Central Valley

So. 1L ~ 6-3 202

2013: Had a stellar freshman season as the nation’s #1 punter with an average of 47.8 yards per kick ... he was a Walter Camp All-American after breaking the NCAA record for a freshman punter as well as the NCAA record for a punter who kicked at least 75 times in a season ... ... he was the FBS Independent Special Teams Player of the Year and was on Athlon Sports AllFreshman team ... he was a first-team all-Independent choice of CollegeSportsMadness.com, second team All-American by SB Nation, third team All-American by the Associated Press, and honorable mention All-American by Sports Illustrated ... he punted 75 times for 3,587 yards ... his career long punt was 65 yards and he had seven punts of 60 or more yards, and 27 of 50HOMETOWN 59 yards ... he was one of just two FBS players who kicked and punted for his team. Veradale, Wash. High school: Kicked a 67-yard field goal that broke an 83-year old Washington High School record and was within one yard of the national record of 68. He doesn’t only kick them long, he’s accurate. He’s been highly recognized throughout Washington and particularly in the Greater Spokane League. As a junior, he was successful on 89 percent of his field goal attempts and was rewarded with all-state and all-GSL honors. He also was all-GSL as a sophomore and senior. During his senior season, he was the all-GSL punter as well after averaging 48 yards per kick. He averaged 39 per punt as a junior. SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Punting Punts: 9, twice (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013, and at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). Punting yards: 434 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). Average per punt: 54.3 (on three punts vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013). Long: 65 (at New Mexico State, Nov. 30, 2013). PATs PATs attempted: 5, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). PATs made: 5, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013).Kickoffs: 8 (vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011). Field goals Attempted: 5 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Made: 4 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Long field goal: 41, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). Punting GAMES NO. YARDS AVG. LONG BLKD TB FC 50+ I20 2013 12 75 3587 47.8* 65 0 7 15 34 24 * NCAA single-season record for punter who punted at least 75 times * NCAA freshman record * Idaho single-season record KICKING PAT ATT FGM FGA LONG KO YARDS AVG. TB 2013 26 27 10 17 41 46 2814 61.2 16

Defensive end

ANTHONY

RICE

HOMETOWN Baltimore, Md.

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JUNIOR COLLEGE Hartnell

2013: Played in 11 games and had 11 total tackles (seven solo and four assists) ... also had one tackle for loss. Junior college: Rice was the second-most prolific defensive lineman in the California Community College Athletic Association with 54 tackles and 6.5 sacks. He also had 10.5 tackles for loss as Hartnell won the Coast Conference and Southern Division championships. He earned first-team all-Coast Conference and first-team Region III all-California that season. As a freshman, he played linebacker and was third on the team with 55 total tackles but the sack (nine) and tackles for loss (17 for -79 yards) leader. He also forced two fumbles. He was a standout throughout his high school career beginning with his sophomore season during which he had 42 tackles and one sack. As a junior, he also played tight end and managed 107 total tackles and 10 sacks. He had four double-digit tackle games with a high of 13, while earning all-Baltimore recognition. Rice accounted for 104 tackles and five sacks as a senior. Personal: Son of Dorthea Williams and Anthony Rice ... born Oct. 7, 1991.

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HIGH SCHOOL

JORDAN

Freedom

ROSE Fr. HS ~ 6-6 315

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ose played offensive and defensive line at Freeman High School and was an integral member of its winning its first 1A football championship in school history. He was a three-year starter and was mentioned by the Seattle Times as one of Washington’s Top 100 players. As a junior, he was honored as his teams’ Defensive Most Valuable Player in addition to earning first-team all-conference honors offensively and defensively. He earned second-team all-conference honors as a sophomore.

HOMETOWN Rockford, Wash.

Offensive line

DALLAS

SANDBERG Jr. 2L ~ 6-5 311

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HIGH SCHOOL Bradshaw Mountain

2013: Played in four games before sustaining a season-ending injury. 2012: Started 11 games and played in all 12 at left guard. 2011: Joined the Vandals in January and redshirted in the fall. 2010: Grayshirt. High school: Arizona Football Coaches Association 4A all-state team … Arizona Republic Class 4A all-state team … recorded 62 total tackles (34 solo and 28 assists) … also kicked off and was successful on four PAT attempts … also a shot putter on the track team.

Prescott Valley, Ariz.

Receiver

JACOB

SANNON So. 1L ~ 5-11 177

HOMETOWN Bradenton, Fla.

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HIGH SCHOOL Southeast

2013: As a true freshman, played in all 12 games as a receiver and one special teams ... caught five passes for 84 yards ... long reception of 41 yards vs. Washington State and two catches at Florida State ... also had four tackles on special teams. High school: Came to Idaho coming off an all-state season at Southeast High School. As a senior, he led his team with 730 yards on 43 catches – 10 of which were touchdowns. Sannon had a career high 169 yards vs. DeSoto County in earning third-team honors on the Florida 5A all-state team. He was chosen to play in the 21st annual Brad Rice Memorial PAL Bowl, which pitted seniors from Manatee County against seniors from Sarasota County. He was honored as a first-team all-Manatee County selection as well as a third-team all-state choice. He also was Manatee’s Most Outstanding Offensive Player, as well as Southeast’s Offensive MVP. As a junior, Sannon had 326 yards on 23 catches. His second high was eight catches for 100 yards. Personal: Son of Myrlene Leccima ... born Aug. 4, 1994.

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THE 2014 IDAHO VANDALS Running back

ISAIAH

SAUNDERS Fr. HS ~ 5-10 216

HOMETOWN Elk Grove, Calif.

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HIGH SCHOOL Pleasant Grove

oined the Vandals in January as a grayshirt, is the son of a former Vandal. His dad, Walter, was a receiver at Idaho from 1991-93 when coach Paul Petrino was a Vandal assistant.

As a senior, Saunders led Pleasant Grove with 1,383 yards on 259 carries with 16 going for touchdowns. He added another 13 receptions for 129 yards. Saunders had seven games of 100 or more yards with his career outing 268 yards on 31 carries (six TDs) against Sheldon. He was an all-Delta River selection and played in the 56th annual Optimist All-Star Football Classic. As a junior, he was second on the team with 88 carries for 625 yards and 13 touchdowns. His best that season was 12 carries for 129 yards. From Rocklin Super Sophomores: “Usually 7-on-7 tournaments are hard for running backs to display their talents, especially if they are a big, power back like Saunders. However, he has extremely soft hands and runs good routes. He impressed us in the Badger/New Level Athletics 7v7 in Las Vegas, and he did again on Saturday in Rocklin.”

Linebacker

AUSTIN

SCHMIDT Jr. TR ~ 5-9 226

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HIGH SCHOOL Leilehua

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Pacific Universitiy

At Pacific: As a freshman in 2011, Schmidt had 10 total tackles and one-half tackle for loss. High school: Graduated from Leilehua High School where he was an Oahu Interscholastic Association Red All-Star at linebacker. He was chosen to play in the HUB Goodwill Senior Bowl and earned Most Valuable Defensive Player honors. Personal: Schmidt is the son of Peter and Moekowo Schmidt.

HOMETOWN Wahiawa, Hawai`i

Defensive line

WILL

SCHMIDT Fr. RS ~ 6-3 215

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HIGH SCHOOL O’Dea

2013: Redshirted. High school: Schmidt was a multi-position standout at O’Dea where he played defensive end, receiver and punted. He earned first-team all-Metro League honors as a defensive end and punter for his senior season.

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KEVIN

SHELTON So. 1L ~ 6-3 247

HOMETOWN Auburn, Wash.

Auburn

High school: As a junior, Shelton earned first-team all-South Puget Sound League 4A North Division honors at linebacker and honorable mention recognition at tight end. As a senior, he further impressed when he was moved to defensive end and totaled 70 tackles and 12 sacks. Again, he earned first-team all-SPSL honors -for his defensive play and honorable mention at tight end. He was voted team captain and helped return Auburn to its glory days with a run to state semifinals. He also was the Trojans’ long snapper. Personal: Son of Oneohe Shelton ... born July 20, 1995.

RUSSELL

SIAVII

HOMETOWN

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HIGH SCHOOL

2013: Played in six games and started twice ... had one reception (vs. Texas State) for 13 yards.

Linebacker

So. 1L ~ 6-2 185

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HIGH SCHOOL Leilehua

2013: Played in six games and started once. 2012: Redshirted. As a senior, he was a first-team all-state safety as well as first-team Oahu Red West defense and a HiFive Athlete of the Week … in one game, he had four interceptions … also plays basketball … as a junior, was an Oahu Red honorable mention selection … when older brother Robert signed with the Vandals he said, “I’d like to follow his footsteps.” Personal: Son of Shana and Robert Siavii ... brother Robert played at Idaho and graduated in spring of 2013.

Wahaiwa, Hawai`i

Cornerback

JOE

SMITH Sr. TR ~ 5-10 185

HOMETOWN Norco, Calif.

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HIGH SCHOOL Norco

PREVIOUS SCHOOL University of Utah

2013: Saw action in two games at Utah ... had six total tackles. 2012: Played in two games (Northern Colorado, Washington State) ... lettered. 2011: Played on the scout teams. 2010: Redshirt. High school: Made the all-league team three times, including once as a first-team selection and twice on the second team ... Norco High (Calif.) co-captain ... Norco was the 2006 C.I.F. and league champion ... won three letters in football. Personal: Son of Joseph Smith and Samantha Haskins ... two sisters ... full name is Joseph Jvon Smith ... born Dec. 11, 1991 in El Paso, Texas.

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Cornerback

MAREK

SPOONER-LEDUFF Fr. HS ~ 6-1 191

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HIGH SCHOOL Bellevue

High School: Was a three sport athlete at Bellevue HS. Personal: Son of Marisa Spooner-LeDuff and Alvin LeDuff. Born Aug. 25, 1995.

HOMETOWN Bellevue, Wash.

Linebacker

IRVING

STEELE Jr. JC ~ 6-1 220

HOMETOWN Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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Stranahan

JUNIOR COLLEGE Ellsworth

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teele was a team captain as a freshman and sophomore at Ellsworth as well as earning first-team All-Midwest Football Conference honors both seasons. He climbed the NJCAA rankings and finished eighth in total tackles (110), seventh in solo tackles (64) and 11th in tackles for loss (16) in addition to totaling five pass breakups, two interceptions, one fumble recovery and a half sack. During his freshman season, Ellsworth was 19th in the NJCAA poll. At Stranahan High School, he played running back and linebacker as a junior, and split time between linebacker and defensive end as a senior. He was a second-team All-Broward County defensive end, and was chosen to play in two all-star games – Broward North vs. South and Dade All-Stars.

Fullback

BRADY

STRODTBECK Fr. RS ~ 6-0 225

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HIGH SCHOOL Timberline

2013: Redshirted. High school: Strodtbeck is a 2013 graduate of Timberline High School ... was honorable mention all-conference as a defensive lineman and kicker. Personal: Son of Chris and Tim Strodtbeck ... born Dec. 12, 1994.

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Boise, Idaho


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Defensive back

DOYIN

SULE Jr. JC ~ 6-2 190

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HIGH SCHOOL Fullerton

JUNIOR COLLEGE Santa Ana

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ule was a second-team All-Southern California Conference choice after tallying 48 total tackles (31 solo and 17 assists) as well as four pass breakups, two tackles for loss, two force fumbles and one fumble recovery. He also had four games of eight tackles. A graduate of Fullerton High School, he was a three-year letterman in both football and track. He was a first-team all-conference choice as a senior after earning second-team recognition as a junior.

HOMETOWN Fullerton, Calif.

Safety

JACK

TATE Fr. RS ~ 5-11 184

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HIGH SCHOOL Timberline

2013: Redshirted. High school: Tate is a 2013 graduate of Timberline High School ... played football and basketball, and competed in track and field ... all-conference selection at linebacker ... Timberline High School Male Athlete of the Year. Personal: Son of Brenda Count and Doug Tate ... born Feb. 11, 1995.

HOMETOWN Boise, Idaho

Offensive line

COLTON

THRASHER Fr. HS ~ 6-2 330

HOMETOWN Auburn, Wash.

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HIGH SCHOOL Todd Beamer

2013: Redshirted. High school: Thompson was a first-team 4A All-Idaho choice as a junior and as a senior. He was a key figure in Minico’s winning back-to-back Great Basin Conference championships and a 15-5 record. During his senior season, the Spartans averaged 405 yards and 33.9 points per game. He also was a Max Preps 2012 preseason all-state offensive lineman. In signing with the Vandals, Thompson becomes the first player from Minico to sign with an FBS team in at least 20 years.

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JEFF

TRAVILLION Jr. JC ~ 6-3 300

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HIGH SCHOOL Hendrickson

JUNIOR COLLEGE Highland Community

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n 2013, Travillion was a second-team Kansas Jayhawk Community College All-Conference choice as Highland advanced to the playoffs for the first time in school history.. He was part of an offense that led the conference in total offense (428 yards per game) and passing offense (305.6 yards per game), and was second in pass efficiency (146.1). In high school, he was a four-year starter at offensive and defensive tackle. As a senior, he was a first-team 4A-25 All-District choice at offensive tackle. He also was recognized his junior year as a second-team choice on the 4A-25 All-District Team and the All-CenTex team.

HOMETOWN Pfluegerville, Texas

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ERIC

TUIPULOTU Sr. 1L ~ 5-11 215

HOMETOWN Menlo Park, Calif.

San Mateo

Junior college: During his sophomore season, Tuipulotu (5-11, 215) had 59 total tackles (26 solo and 33 assists). In his totals were 2.5 sacks (-10 yards) and four tackles for loss (-22 yards) to go with four pass breakups. High school: Tuipulotu is a 2010 graduate of Serra High School at Menlo Park, Calif. Career bests Total tackles: 7, twice (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013, and vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Solo tackles: 6, twice (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013), and vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Assists: 6 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Tackles for loss: 1 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Forced fumbles: vs. Northern Illinois (Sept. 14, 2013). Interceptions: 1 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013). G

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DAVID

UNGERER III

HOMETOWN

Serra

JUNIOR COLLEGE

2013: Played in all 12 games and started seven ... had 54 total tackles (38 solo and 16 assists) ... also had one tackle for loss, one forced fumble and one interception ... twice had seven tackles in a game and twice had six solo stops in a game.

2013

Fr. HS ~ 5-8 162

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Pullman, Wash.


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NIKLAUS

VON ROTZ Sr. 1L ~ 6-5 292

#

70

HIGH SCHOOL Chico

JUNIOR COLLEGE Butte Community

2013: Played in all 12 games and started 11 ... started the first four at quick guard and the seven of the next eight at strong tackle. 2012: Redshirted. Junior college: Butte was 10-1 in 2011 and won the Graffiti Bowl after averaging 457.5 yards total offense (243.6 passing, 213.8 rushing) and 43.1 points per game. During his freshman season, Butte was 9-2 and won the ASBG Bowl.

HOMETOWN Chico, Calif.

Receiver

DEON

WATSON So. 1L ~ 6-4 213

HOMETOWN Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

BROC

WESTLAKE

HOMETOWN Sparks, Nev.

83

HIGH SCHOOL Coeur d’Alene

2013: Played in all 12 games and started 10 ... had 24 receptions for 279 yards and one touchdown ... best game was five catches for 33 yards vs. Temple. 2012: Redshirted. High school: First-team all-state receiver and second-team all-state as a defensive end as senior … first-team Inland Empire receiver as a senior … during senior season, caught 54 passes for 931 yards and 13 touchdowns … averaged 17.2 yards per catch … set Coeur d’Alene records for career receptions (93), receiving yards (1,513) and touchdowns (19) … defensively in two seasons, had 23 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks … father, Deon, is Idaho’s career rebounding record holder and still ranks second in career blocked shots. Personal: Son of Anna and Deon Watson ... born July 24, 1994. Career bests Receptions: 5 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Yards: 39 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). Touchdowns: 1 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2009). Long: 39 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). RECEIVING G REC YDS AVG TD LG AVG/G 2013 12 24 279 11.6 1 39 23.2

Linebacker

Jr. 1L ~ 6-3 225

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HIGH SCHOOL Reed

JUNIOR COLLEGE Sierra

2013: Played in 11 games ... had 26 total tackles (18 solo and eight assists) ... also had two tackles for loss and one sack. Junior college: In 10 games at Sierra College, Westlake had 92 tackles and shared one sack. High school: Had a stellar high school career at Reed High School ... was the North 4A Defensive Player of the Year for his senior season at Reed, which included his accounting for 132 total tackles (33 solo and 99 assists) with 12 tackles for loss, one sack, three passes defensed, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble. As a high school junior, he had 96 total tackles (29 solo and 67 assists) with 12 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, two fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles.

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CALVIN

WHITE So. 1L ~ 6-5 258

#

63

HIGH SCHOOL Marysville-Pinchuck

2013: Saw action in two games. 2012: Redshirted. High School: Graduated from Marysville-Pilchuck where he notched 101 tackles and 6.5 sacks his final season for the Tomahawks. Personal: Son of Kathy and Charles White. Born April 2, 1995.

HOMETOWN Marysville, Wash.

Cornerback

ELIJAH

WILLIAMS Fr. Hs ~ 5-9 195

#

36

HIGH SCHOOL Bonneville

High School: Williams was named first team all-conference cornerback. Graduated with honors from Bonneville HS. Personal: Son of Heather and Rhett Babcock, born Aug. 16, 1995.

HOMETOWN Idaho Falls, Idaho

Quarterback

A.J.

WOODIN Fr. HS ~ 5-10 181

#

12

HIGH SCHOOL Southridge

High School: Woodin was team captain his senior year at SouthrIdge HS. Personal: Son of Erika Petersen and Jerry Woodin, born Oct. 28, 1995. Graduated with a 3.8 GPA.

HOMETOWN

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MASON

WOODS So. 1L ~ 6-9 333

HOMETOWN

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HIGH SCHOOL Terry Fox Secondary

2013: Injured early in the season but saw action in final three games and drew high praise from the coaching staff. 2012: Redshirted. High school: Played football at Terry Fox Secondary in British Columbia ... team captain and all-state selection ... had 30 tackles and eight sacks ... also played lacrosse and basketball as well as three years for the Langley Minor Football club team. Personal: son of Brian and Bernie Woods ... born Oct. 29, 1994.

Port Coquitlam, B.C.

Kicker

BEN

WORST So. TR ~ 5-10 209

#

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HIGH SCHOOL Twin Falls

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Montana

High School: 1st team All-state player for 3 seasons at Twin Falls HS, was team captain for 2 seasons. 2013: Worst played at the University of Montana his freshman year. He tied the record for 6th longest field goal in UM history, and was Big Sky honorable mention.

HOMETOWN Twin Falls, Idaho

Receiver

ACHILLES

WYNN Jr. JC ~ 5-11 177

HOMETOWN Burlington, Wash.

#

87

HIGH SCHOOL Burlington-Edison

JUNIOR COLLEGE Skagit Valley

Junior College: Was named MVP, also received Red Raider Award of Excellence. In 7 games in 2012 season Wynn had 45 receptions for 650 yards and 8 TDs. Personal: Son of Deborah Bogard and Anthony Wynn, born Sept. 4, 1991.

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GAME #1 ~ AUG. 30, 2014

UNIVERSITY IVERSITY OF OF FLORIDA FLORI

GAME #2 ~ SEPT. 6, 2014

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GATORS

Warhawks

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach.................................................Will Muschamp (Georgia, 1994; Auburn, 1996) Record at Florida ........................................................ 22-16 Career Record ............................................................ 22-16 Defensive coordinator........................................ D.J. Durkin Special teams coordinator ........................ Coleman Hutzler Asst. HC/defensive line ................................... Brad Lawing Wide receivers .................................................... Chris Leak Tight ends ........................................................ Derek Lewis Defensive backs ..................................... Travaris Robinson OC/quarterbacks ................................................Kurt Roper Offensive line ............................................... Mike Summers Running backs ...................................................Brian White

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach........................................................Todd Berry (Tulsa, 1983) Record at ULM ........................................................... 23-26 Career Record ............................................................ 52-85 Asst. HC/OC/OL ............................................ Steve Farmer DC/cornerbacks .................................................Troy Reffett Running backs ......................................... Bryan Applewhite Tight ends ....................................................Jerry McManus Defensive line ............................................... John Mumford Outside wide receivers ..................................Jason Nichols Linebackers/Special teams......................... Travis Niekamp Inside wide receivers ......................................... Mario Price Safeties.......................................................... Adam Waugh

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO First meeting

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Idaho leads 3-2

QUICK FACTS Location ......................................................Gainesville, Fla. Founded ...................................................................... 1853 Enrollment ................................................................ 49,042 Nickname.................................................................. Gators Colors ....................................................... Orange and Blue Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .....................................................Southeastern Stadium .................... Ben Hill Griffin ‘The Swamp’ (88,548) Surface. ..........................................................Natural grass President ..................................................... Bernie Machen Director of Athletics.........................................Jeremy Foley Athletics Website ............................... www.GatorZone.com

QUICK FACTS Location ............................................................ Monroe, La. Founded ...................................................................... 1931 Enrollment .................................................................. 8,645 Nickname............................................................ Warhawks Colors ...................................................... Maroon and Gold Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .............................................................Sun Belt Stadium .......................................Malone Stadium (30,427) Surface. ................................................................. FieldTurf President ............................................................Nick Bruno Director of Athletics.................................... Brian Wickstrom Athletics Website ....................... www.ULMWarhawks.com

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 vs. Idaho .......................................... Gainesville Sept. 6 vs. Eastern Michigan...........................Gainesville Sept. 13 vs. Kentucky * .....................................Gainesville Sept. 20 at Alabama *.......................................Tuscaloosa Oct. 4 at Tennessee * .......................................Knoxville Oct. 11 vs. LSU * .............................................Gainesville Oct. 18 vs. Missouri *.......................................Gainesville Nov. 1 vs. Georgia * .....................................Jacksonville Nov. 8 at Vanderbilt *.........................................Nashville Nov. 15 vs. South Carolina *S)......................... Gainesvile Nov. 22 vs. Eastern Kentucky ..........................Gainesville Nov. 29 at Florida State.................................. Tallahassee * SEC game

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 28 vs. Wake Forest ...................................... Monroe Sept. 6 vs. Idaho * .............................................. Monroe Sept. 13 at LSU ............................................. Baton Rouge Sept. 27 vs. Troy * .................................................. Monroe Oct. 4 at Arkansas State * ............................. Jonesboro Oct. 11 at Kentucky ...........................................Lexington Oct. 25 vs. Texas State * ...................................... Monroe Nov. 1 at Texas A&M ...............................College Station Nov. 8 at Appalachian State *................................Boone Nov. 15 vs. UL-Lafayette * .................................... Monroe Nov. 22 at New Mexico State *........................ Las Cruces Nov. 29 at Georgia Southern * .........................Statesboro * Sun Belt Conference game

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broncos

bobcats

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach..........................................................P.J. Fleck (Northern Illinois, 2004) Record at WMU ............................................................ 1-11 Career Record .............................................................. 1-11 Offensive coordinator ....................................Kirk Ciarrocca Defensive coordinator.......................................Ed Pinkham Offensive line ................................................Brian Callahan Running backs ......................................................Mike Hart Tight ends/tackles .............................................. Bill Keeney Linebackers ..................................................Tim McGarigle Defensive line ........................................... Vinson Reynolds Wide receivers ................................................... Matt Simon Special teams coordinator/DBs ....................... Rob Wenger

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach..................................................... Frank Solich (Nebraska, 1966) Record at Ohio ........................................................... 66-50 Career Record .......................................................... 124-69 Asst. HC/OC/Running backs ................................ Tim Albin Asst. HC/DC/Safeties ................................... Jimmy Burrow co-OC/Quarterbacks.................................. Scott Isphording Linebackers .......................................................Ron Collins Wide receivers .............................................. Dwayne Dixon Tight ends/Special teams coor. .......................Brian Haines Offensive line ................................................ Dave Johnson Cornerbacks .................................................... James Ward Defensive line .............................................. Jesse Williams

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Tied 1-1

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Tied 1-1

QUICK FACTS Location ...................................................Kalamazoo, Mich. Founded ...................................................................... 1903 Enrollment ................................................................ 24,294 Nickname................................................................ Broncos Colors ........................................................ Brown and Gold Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .................................................... Mid-American Stadium .......................................................Waldo Stadium Surface. ................................................................. FieldTurf President ............................................................John Dunn Director of Athletics................................. Kathy Beauregard Athletics Website .......................... www.WMUBroncos.com

QUICK FACTS Location .......................................................... Athens, Ohio Founded ...................................................................... 1804 Enrollment ................................................................ 38,241 Nickname................................................................ Bobcats Colors ........................................... Hunter Green and White Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .................................................... Mid-American Stadium ........................................ Peden Stadium (24,000) Surface. ................................................................. FieldTurf President ............................................ Roderick J. McDavis Director of Athletics............................................Jim Schaus Athletics Website ........................... www.OhioBobcats.com

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 at Purdue ..................................... West Lafayette Sept. 13 at Idaho ................................................ Moscow Sept. 20 vs. Murray State ................................. Kalamazoo Sept. 27 at Virginia Tech .................................. Blacksburg Oct. 4 vs. Toledo * ........................................ Kalamazoo Oct. 11 at Ball State * ............................................Muncie Oct. 18 at Bowling Green * ........................Bowling Green Oct. 25 vs. Ohio * ........................................... Kalamazoo Nov. 1 at Miami * .................................................. Oxford Nov. 15 vs. Eastern Michigan * ....................... Kalamazoo Nov. 22 at Central Michigan *................... Mount Pleasant Nov. 28 vs. Northern Illinois * .......................... Kalamazoo * Mid-American Conference game

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 at Kent State * ...............................................Kent Sept. 6 at Kentucky ...........................................Lexington Sept. 13 at Marshall ..........................................Huntington Sept. 20 vs. Idaho ................................................. Athens Sept. 27 vs. Eastern Illinois ..................................... Athens Oct. 4 at Central Michigan *........................ Mt. Pleasant Oct. 11 vs. Bowling Green * .................................. Athens Oct. 18 vs. Akron * ................................................. Athens Oct. 25 at Western Michigan * ........................ Kalamazoo Nov. 5 vs. Buffalo * ............................................... Athens Nov. 18 vs. Northern Illinois * ................................. Athens Nov. 25 at Miami (Ohio) * ....................................... Oxford * Mid-American Conference game

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GAME #3 ~ SEPT. 13, 2014


GAME #5 ~ SEPT. 27, 2014

GAME #6 ~ OCT. 4, 2014

jaguars

bobcats

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach....................................................... Joey Jones (Alabama, 1989) Record at South Alabama........................................... 31-21 Career Record ............................................................ 34-28 Inside linebackers .............................................Mike Adams Wide receivers ................................................. Tim Bowens Running backs ................................................Robby Brown OC/Quarterbacks...................................... Robert Matthews DC/Defensive backs .................................... Travis Pearson Defensive ends/Outside linebackers ............Freddie Roach Offensive line ...................................................Chase Smith Defensive tackles ............................................ Brian Turner Tight ends ......................................................... John Turner

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach........................................... Dennis Franchione (Pittsburgh State (Kan.), 1973) Record at Texas State ................................................ 29-29 Career Record .....................................................203-121-2 Asst. HC/co-OC/Quarterbacks ........................Mike Schultz co-OC/Running backs/Tight ends .................... Jeff Conway Offensive line .....................................................Brad Bedell Wide receivers ............................................. Jason Johnson Defensive coordinator................................ John Thompson Defensive line ................................................. Mike Hudson Defensive tackles .............................................. Kyle Tatum Linebackers/Special teams........................Brad Franchione Secondary ..............................................Jason Washington

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO First meeting

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Tied 3-3

QUICK FACTS Location .............................................................Mobile, Ala. Founded ...................................................................... 1964 Enrollment ................................................................ 15,311 Nickname................................................................ Jaguars Colors ................................................. Red, White and Blue Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .............................................................Sun Belt Stadium ............................ Ladd-Peebles Stadium (33,471) Surface. ................................................................. FieldTurf President .................................................. Tony G. Waldrop Director of Athletics.................................. Dr. Joel Erdmann Athletics Website ............................ www.USAJaguars.com

QUICK FACTS Location .................................................San Marcos, Texas Founded ...................................................................... 1899 Enrollment ................................................................ 34,229 Nickname................................................................ Bobcats Colors ................................................Maroon and Old Gold Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .............................................................Sun Belt Stadium ......................................................Bobcat (30,000) Surface. ................................................................. FieldTurf President ................................................. Dr. Dennis Trauth Director of Athletics.........................................Dr. Larry Ties Athletics Website ...................... www.TxStateBobcats.com

2014 SCHEDULE Sept. 6 at Kent State .................................................Kent Sept. 13 vs. Mississippi State...................................Mobile Sept. 20 vs. Georgia Southern *...............................Mobile Sept. 27 at Idaho* ................................................ Moscow Oct. 4 at Appalachian State *............................... Boone Oct. 18 vs. Georgia State * .....................................Mobile Oct. 24 vs. Troy ......................................................Mobile Nov. 1 at Louisiana-Lafayette * ........................ Lafayette Nov. 8 at Arkansas State * ............................. Jonesboro Nov. 15 vs. Texas State * ........................................Mobile Nov. 22 at South Carolina .................................. Columbia Nov. 28 vs. Navy .....................................................Mobile * Sun Belt Conference game

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff ..................... San Marcos Sept. 13 vs. Navy ............................................ San Marcos Sept. 20 at Illinois ................................Urbana-Champaign Sept. 27 at Tulsa ....................................................... Tulsa Oct. 4 vs. Idaho * ....................................... San Marcos Oct. 14 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette * .................. San Marcos Oct. 25 at Louisiana-Monroe * .............................. Monroe Nov. 1 at New Mexico State *........................ Las Cruces Nov. 8 vs. Georgia Southern *...................... San Marcos Nov. 15 at South Alabama * ....................................Mobile Nov. 20 vs. Arkansas State * ............................ Jonesboro Nov. 29 at Georgia State ........................................ Atlanta * Sun Belt Conference game

SOUTH S OUTH ALABAMA ALABAMA KIBBIE DOME DOM ME MOSCOW, IDAHO 2 P.M. PT VANDAL RADIO NETWORK

TEXAS T EXAS STATE STATE

JIM JI J IM WACKER WACK WA CK KER FIELD FIE ELD L SAN MARCOS, TEXAS TBA VANDAL RADIO NETWORK

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GAME #8 ~ OCT. 18, 2014

GEORGIA EORGIA SOUTHERN SOU UTHER R

NEW N EW MEXICO STATE

ALLEN E. PAULSON STADIUM STATESBORO, GA. 6 P.M. ET/3 P.M. PT VANDAL RADIO NETWORK FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach.........................................................Willie Fritz (Pittsburg State, 1983; Sam Houston State, 1986) Record at Georgia Southern........................................... 0-0 Career Record .......................................................... 137-62 DC/Secondary ................................................... Jack Curtis OC/Quarterbacks............................................... Doug Ruse Offensive line ......................................................Alex Atkins Wide receivers .................................................. Matt Barrett Tight ends .....................................................Chad Lunsford Defensive ends ..........................................Johnny Jernigan Running backs .................................................. Dell McGee Linebackers .................................................... Michael Mutz Defensive line ............................................... Kevin Peoples

KIBBIE DOME MOSCOW, IDAHO 2 P.M. VANDAL RADIO NETWORK FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach......................................................Doug Martin (Kentucky, 1985) Record at New Mexico State ........................................ 2-10 Career Record ............................................................ 31-63 Defensive coordinator....................................... Larry Coyer OC/Quarterbacks.........................................Gregg Brandon Defensive line ................................................. Kerry Locklin Offensive line ...................................................... Walt Wells Running backs ............................................ Shaun Johnson Asst. HC/Wide receivers........................... T. Todd Littlejohn Secondary .......................................................... Will Martin Tight ends ................................................ Kevin McKeethan Linebackers ...................................................... Zane Vance

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Georgia Southern leads 0-1

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Idaho leads 14-6

QUICK FACTS Location ...................................................... Statesboro, Ga. Founded ...................................................................... 1906 Enrollment ................................................................ 20,584 Nickname.................................................................. Eagles Colors ..........................................................Blue and White Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .............................................................Sun Belt Stadium ........................ Allen E. Paulson Stadium (24,300) Surface. ..........................................................Natural grass President .................................................... Dr. Brooks Keel Director of Athletics.........................................Tom Kleinlein Athletics Website ................................ www.GSEagles.com

QUICK FACTS Location ................................................... Las Cruces, N.M. Founded ...................................................................... 1888 Enrollment ................................................................ 18,497 Nickname.................................................................. Aggies Colors ....................................................Crimson and White Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .............................................................Sun Belt Stadium ....................................Memorial Stadium (30,343) Surface. ..........................................................Natural grass President ................................................ Garrey Carruthers Director of Athletics................................... McKinley Boston Athletics Website ....................... www.NMStateSports.com

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 at North Carolina State ............................ Raleigh Sept. 6 vs. Savannah State .............................Statesboro Sept. 13 at Georgia Tech......................................... Atlanta Sept. 20 at South Alabama * ....................................Mobile Sept. 25 vs. Appalachian State * .......................Statesboro Oct. 4 at New Mexico State *........................ Las Cruces Oct. 10 vs. Idaho * ........................................ Statesboro Oct. 25 at Georgia State * ..................................... Atlanta Oct. 30 vs. Troy * .............................................Statesboro Nov. 8 at Texas State * ................................. San Marcos Nov. 15 at Navy ................................................. Annapolis Nov. 29 vs. Louisiana-Monroe..........................Statesboro * Sun Belt Conference game

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 28 vs. Cal Poly ........................................ Las Cruces Sept. 6 at Georgia State * ..................................... Atlanta Sept. 13 at UTEP ...................................................El Paso Sept. 20 vs. New Mexico .................................. Las Cruces Sept. 27 at LSU ............................................. Baton Rouge Oct. 4 vs. Georgia Southern *....................... Las Cruces Oct. 11 at Troy *......................................................... Troy Oct. 18 at Idaho * ............................................... Moscow Nov. 1 vs. Texas State * ................................ Las Cruces Nov. 8 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette *.................... Las Cruces Nov. 22 vs. Louisiana-Monroe * ...................... Las Cruces Nov. 29 at Arkansas State * ............................. Jonesboro * Sun Belt Conference game

EAGLES

AGGIES

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GAME #7 ~ OCT. 11, 2014


GAME #9 ~ NOV. 1, 2014

GAME #10 ~ NOV. 8, 2014

ARKANSAS A RKANSAS STATE STATE

SAN S AN DIEGO DIEGO STATE STAT TE

KIBBIE DOME DOM ME MOSCOW, IDAHO 2 P.M. PT VANDAL RADIO NETWORK

QUAL QUALCOMM QU UAL ALCO COMM CO MM MS STADIUM TADI TA DIUM DI U UM SAN DIEGO, CALIF. 3:30 P.M. VANDAL RADIO NETWORK

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach................................................ Blake Anderson (Sam Houston State, 1992; Eastern New Mexico, 1994) Record at Arkansas State ............................................... 0-0 Career Record ................................................................ 0-0 Asst. HC/OC/Quarterbacks ................................... Walt Bell DC/Linebackers ...............................................Joe Cauthen Tight ends ............................................................ Dan Dodd Defensive line .....................................................Brian Early co-OC/Offensive line ...................................... Glen Elarbee Safeties..........................................................Allen Johnson Wide receivers ...............................................Luke Paschall Cornerbacks ................................................. Trooper Taylor Running backs ............................................ Anthony Tucker

FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach...................................................... Rocky Long (New Mexico, 1974) Record at San Diego State ......................................... 25-14 Career Record ............................................................ 90-83 Asst. HC/Running backs.....................................Jeff Horton Offensive coordinator ........................................ Bob Toledo Linebackers .......................................................Zach Arnett Safeties......................................................Danny Gonzales Defensive line .....................................................Osia Lewis Wide receivers .......................................LeCharls McDaniel Offensive line ..................................................Mike Schmidt Quarterbacks .......................................................Brian Sipe Cornerbacks ...................................................... Tony White

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Arkansas State leads 5-4

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Tied 2-2

QUICK FACTS Location ...................................................... Jonesboro, Ark. Founded ...................................................................... 1909 Enrollment ................................................................ 13,553 Nickname..........................................................Red Wolves Colors ...................................................... Scarlet and Black Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .............................................................Sun Belt Stadium ...................................... Centennial Bank (30,964) Surface. ................................................................ProGreen President ................................................ Dr. Charles Welch Director of Athletics......................................... Terry Mohajir Athletics Website ................... www.AStateRedWolves.com

QUICK FACTS Location .................................................... San Diego, Calif. Founded ...................................................................... 1897 Enrollment ................................................................ 29,392 Nickname.................................................................. Aztecs Colors ...................................................... Scarlet and Black Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .................................................. Mountain West Stadium ................................. Qualcomm Stadium (70,561) Surface. ..........................................................Natural grass President ..................................................... Elliot Hirshman Director of Athletics............................................... Jim Sterk Athletics Website ................................ www.GoAztecs.com

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 vs. Montana State ............................... Jonesboro Sept. 6 at Tennessee..........................................Knoxville Sept. 13 at Miami ......................................Miami Gardens Sept. 20 vs. Utah State ..................................... Jonesboro Oct. 4 vs. Louisiana-Monroe * ....................... Jonesboro Oct. 11 at Georgia State * ..................................... Atlanta Oct. 21 at Louisiana-Lafayette * ........................ Lafayette Nov. 1 at Idaho * ............................................... Moscow Nov. 8 vs. South Alabama *............................ Jonesboro Nov. 15 vs. Appalachian State * ....................... Jonesboro Nov. 20 at Texas State * ................................. San Marcos Nov. 29 vs. New Mexico State * ....................... Jonesboro * Sun Belt Conference game

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 vs. Northern Arizona ........................... San Diego Sept. 6 at North Carolina .................................Chapel Hill Sept. 20 at Oregon State...................................... Corvallis Sept. 27 vs. UNLV *........................................... San Diego Oct. 3 at Fresno State * ....................................... Fresno Oct. 10 at New Mexico * ...............................Albuquerque Oct. 18 vs. Hawai`i * ........................................ San Diego Nov. 1 at Nevada * ..................................................Reno Nov. 8 vs. Idaho ............................................San Diego Nov. 15 at Boise State * ........................................... Boise Nov. 21 vs. Air Force *...................................... San Diego Nov. 29 vs. San Jose State *............................ San Diego * Mountain West Conference game

RED WOLVES

AZTECS

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GAME #11 ~ Nov. 15, 2014

TROY STATE STA ATE

GAME #12 ~ NOV. 29, 2014

APPALACHIAN A PPALACHIAN STATE

trojans

MOUNTAINEERS

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO Troy leads 1-0

THE SERIES WITH IDAHO First meeting

QUICK FACTS Location ................................................................. Troy, Ala Founded ...................................................................... 1887 Enrollment ................................................................ 30,000 Nickname................................................................. Trojans Colors ......................................... Cardinal, Silver and Black Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .............................................................Sun Belt Stadium ................................................. Veterans Memorial Surface. ................................................................ ProGrass Chancellor ...........................................Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr. Director of Athletics........................................ John Hartwell Athletics Website ............................. www.TroyTrojans.com

QUICK FACTS Location ............................................................Boone, N.C. Founded ...................................................................... 1899 Enrollment ................................................................ 17,589 Nickname....................................................... Mountaineers Colors ..........................................................Black and Gold Affiliation .......................... NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision Conference .............................................................Sun Belt Stadium ............................................. Kidd Brewer (24,050) Surface. ................................................................. FieldTurf Chancellor .............................................Sheri Noren Everts Director of Athletics......................................... Charlie Cobb Athletics Website ....................... www.AppStateSports.com

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 at Alabama-Birmingham.................... Birmingham Sept. 6 vs. Duke ........................................................ Troy Sept. 13 vs. Abilene Christian ..................................... Troy Sept. 20 at Georgia ................................................. Athens Sept. 27 at Louisiana-Monroe * .............................. Monroe Oct. 11 vs. New Mexico State * ................................. Troy Oct. 19 vs. Appalachian State * ................................. Troy Oct. 24 at South Alabama * ....................................Mobile Oct. 30 at Georgia Southern * .........................Statesboro Nov. 8 vs. Georgia State * ........................................ Troy Nov. 15 at Idaho * ............................................... Moscow Nov. 29 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette *............................... Troy * Sun Belt Conference game

2014 SCHEDULE Aug. 30 at Michigan........................................... Ann Arbor Sept. 6 vs. Campbell ..............................................Boone Sept. 20 at Southern Mississippi ......................Hattiesburg Sept. 25 at Georgia Southern * .........................Statesboro Oct. 4 vs. South Alabama *...................................Boone Oct. 11 vs. Liberty...................................................Boone Oct. 18 at Troy *......................................................... Troy Nov. 1 vs. Georgia State * .....................................Boone Nov. 8 vs. Louisiana-Monroe * ..............................Boone Nov. 15 at Arkansas State * ............................. Jonesboro Nov. 22 at Louisiana-Lafayette * ........................ Lafayette Nov. 29 vs. Idaho * ................................................ Boone * Sun Belt Conference game

KIDD BREWER STADIUM BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA TBA VANDAL RADIO NETWORK FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach................................................Scott Satterfield (Appalachian State, 1996) Record at Appalachian State .......................................... 4-8 Career Record ................................................................ 4-8 DC/outside linebackers.................................... Nate Woody co-OC/Offensive line ................................. Dwayne Ledford co-OC/Quarterbacks........................................Frank Ponce Cornerbacks ....................................................Bryan Brown Running backs ..................................................Chris Foster Defensive line .......................................................Mark Ivey Inside linebackers .............................................. Dale Jones Secondary ..........................................................Scot Sloan Wide receivers ................................................. Justin Stepp

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KIBBIE DOME MOSCOW, IDAHO 2 P.M. PT VANDAL RADIO NETWORK FOOTBALL STAFF Head Coach................................................. Larry Blakeney (Auburn, 1970) Record at Troy State............................................175-104-1 Career Record .....................................................175-104-1 DC/linebackers ..................................................Wayne Bolt Offensive coordinator ................................ Kenny Edenfield Asso. HC ...................................................Shayne Wasden Running backs ..................................................Jeff Beckles Defensive line ................................................. Randy Butler Offensive line .......................................................... Jim Dye Safeties.......................................................... Dustin Landry Cornerbacks ..........................................................Al Pogue Quarterbacks ................................................. Sean Reagan


ALL-TIME SERIES OPPONENT 2nd Air Force 9th Army Corps

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

Air Force Albion College APPALACHIAN STATE Arizona Arizona State ARKANSAS STATE Army Auburn

1959 ...........0 ...... 4 .......0 1916 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 2014 ............................... 1951 ...........2 ..... 10 ......0 1950 ...........0 ...... 5 .......0 1975 ...........4 ...... 5 .......0 1961 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1999 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0

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

1909 ...........2 ...... 0 .......0 1971 ..........17 .... 22 ......1 1940 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1950 ...........2 ...... 0 .......0 2009 ...........1 ...... 2 .......0 1908 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1953 ...........2 ...... 3 .......0

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

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

Denver

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

Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eastern Washington

1989 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1982 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 2004 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1942 ..........15 ..... 5 .......0

Farragut Navy FLORIDA Florida State Fresno State Furman

1945 ...........0 ...... 2 .......0 2014 ............................... 2013 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1946 ...........4 ..... 11 ......0 1988 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0

GEORGIA SOUTHERN Gonzaga

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

Hawai’i Houston

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

OPPONENT

(2014 OPPONENTS IN BOLD) FIRST GAME ...... W ...... L .......T

Idaho State Idaho Tech Iowa State

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

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

1993 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1905 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1894 ...........4 ...... 2 .......1 2001 ...........1 ...... 3 .......0 1993 ...........3 ...... 2 .......0 1998 ...........0 ...... 2 .......0 2005 ...........2 ...... 6 .......0

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

1985 ...........2 ...... 0 .......0 1946 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1992 ...........0 ...... 2 .......0 2006 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 2001 ...........1 ...... 3 .......0 2013 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1958 ...........0 ...... 2 .......0 1903 ..........55 .... 26 ......2 1905 ..........24 .... 17 ......1 1913 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0

Nebraska Nevada NEW MEXICO STATE North Carolina North Dakota North Dakota State North Texas Northern Arizona Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwestern State

2010 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1924 ...........9 ..... 20 ......0 1971 ..........14 ..... 6 .......0 2012 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 2010 ...........2 ...... 0 .......0 1936 ...........4 ...... 0 .......0 1996 ...........4 ...... 6 .......0 1975 ..........17 ..... 3 .......0 1969 ...........3 ...... 4 .......0 1981 ...........4 ...... 2 .......0 1988 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0

Old Dominion OHIO UNIVERSITY Oregon Oregon State

2013 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1972 ...........1 ...... 1 .......0 1901 ...........3 ..... 51 ......4 1913 ...........7 ..... 37 ......0

Pacific (California) Pacific (Oregon) Parsons Portland Portland State Puget Sound

1953 ...........9 ..... 13 ......1 1902 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1967 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1942 ...........5 ...... 0 .......0 1970 ..........11...... 1 .......0 1909 ...........3 ...... 0 .......0

Rice

1977 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO CONFERENCE HISTORY 1893-1907 – Independent 1908-1924 – Pacific Northwest Intercollegiate Conference 1925-1958 – Pacific Coast Conference 1959-1962 – Independent 1963-1995 – Big Sky Conference 1996-2000 – Big West Conference 2001-2004 – Sun Belt Conference 2004-2012 – Western Athletic Conference 2013 – Independent 2014 – Sun Belt Conference

OPPONENT St. Cloud State St. Louis Alums St. Mary’s SAN DIEGO STATE San Francisco San Jose State Santa Clara Simon Fraser Sonoma State SOUTH ALABAMA South Dakota State So. Colorado So. Mississippi Southern Utah SW Missouri State SW Texas State Spokane Athletic Club Spokane YMCA Stanford Stephen F. Austin

FIRST GAME ...... W ...... L .......T 1992 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1930 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1927 ...........1 ...... 4 .......0 1996 ...........2 ...... 2 .......0 1951 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1946 ..........10 .... 13 ......1 1952 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1980 ...........2 ...... 0 .......0 1991 ...........2 ...... 0 .......0 2014 ............................... 1979 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1983 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1969 ...........2 ...... 0 .......0 1994 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1990 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1990 ...........3 ...... 1 .......0 1897 ...........2 ...... 1 .......0 1908 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1923 ...........1 ...... 6 .......0 1993 ...........2 ...... 0 .......0

Temple Texas Texas A&M Texas Christian Texas-San Antonio TEXAS STATE** TROY STATE Tulsa

2013 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1949 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 2011............0 ...... 1 .......0 1973 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 2012 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 2012 ...........0 ...... 2 .......0 2004 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1970 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0

UC Davis UCLA UNLV USC UTEP Utah Utah State

1997 ...........1 ...... 0 .......0 1928 ...........1 ...... 5 .......0 1975 ...........3 ...... 3 .......0 1922 ...........0 ...... 8 .......0 1950 ...........1 ...... 1 .......0 1908 ..........12 .... 14 ......2 1916 ..........17 .... 20 ......2

Villanova Virginia

1974 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 2011............0 ...... 1 .......0

Wallace Athletic Club Washington Washington State Weber State West Texas State West Virginia WESTERN MICHIGAN Wichita State Whitman Willamette Wyoming

1899 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1900 ...........2 ..... 36 ......2 1894 ..........17 .... 71 ......3 1965 ..........18 .... 13 ......1 1971 ...........1 ...... 1 .......0 2000 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1972 ...........1 ...... 2 .......0 1978 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 1899 ..........20 ..... 9 .......1 1941 ...........2 ...... 0 .......0 1921 ...........1 ...... 6 .......0

Youngstown State 1993 ...........0 ...... 1 .......0 *formerly Northeastern Louisiana ** formerly Southwest Texas State

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ALL-TIME SERIES VS. 2014 OPPONENTS LOUISIANA-MONROE Idaho leads: 3-2 YEAR UI ULM @ 1993 34 31 Monroe 2001 42 38 Moscow 2002 14 34 Monroe 2003 58 20 Monroe 2004 14 16 Moscow Most points by UI: 58 (2003) Most points by ULM: 38 (2001) Largest UI winning margin: 38 (2003) Largest ULM winning margin: 20 (2002) Longest UI winning streak: 2 Longest ULM winning streak: 1 Decided by 7 or fewer points: 3 UI home wins: 1 UI wins at ULM: 2 ULM wins at home: 1 ULM wins at UI: 1 WESTERN MICHIGAN WMU leads: 2-1 YEAR UI WMU @ 1972 16 27 Kalamazoo 2008 28 51 Moscow 2010 33 13 Kalamazoo Most points by UI: 33 (2010) Most points by WMU: 51 (2008) Largest UI winning margin: 20 (2010) Largest WMU winning margin: 23 (2008) Longest UI winning streak: 1 Longest WMU winning streak: 2 Decided by 7 or fewer points: 0 UI wins at home: 0 UI wins at WMU: 1 WMU wins at home: 1 WMU wins at UI: 1 OHIO UNIVERSITY Tied: 1-1 YEAR UI OU @ 1972 17 14 Moscow 1976 0 35 Athens Most points by UI: 17 (1972) Most points by OU: 35 (1976) Largest UI winning margin: 3 (1972) Largest OU winning margin: 35 (1976) Longest UI winning streak: 1 Longest OU winning streak: 1 Decided by 7 or fewer points: 1 UI wins at home: 1 UI wins at OU: 0 OU wins at home: 1 OU wins at UI: 0 SOUTH ALABAMA first meeting

TEXAS STATE Tied 3-3 YEAR UI TS @ 1996 21 27 San Marcos 1990 38 31 San Marcos 1991 41 38 Moscow 1993 66 38 Moscow 2012 7 38 San Marcos 2013 21 37 Moscow Most points by UI: 66 (1993) Most points by TS: 38 (2012) UI largest winning margin: 28 (1993) TS largest winning margin: 31 (2012) Longest UI winning streak: 3 Longest TS winning streak: 2 Decided by 7 or fewer points: 3 UI wins at TS: 1 UI wins at home: 2 TS wins at UI: 1 TS wins at home: 2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN GS leads: 1-0 YEAR UI GS @ 1990 27 28 Statesboro Most points by UI: 27 (1990) Most points by GS: 28 (1990) UI largest winning margin: GS largest winning margin: 1 Longest UI winning streak: Longest GS winning streak: 1 Decided by 7 or fewer points: 1 UI wins at GS: UI wins at home: GS wins at UI: GS wins at home: 1 NEW MEXICO STATE Idaho leads 14-6 YEAR UI NMS LOCATION 1971 19 14 Las Cruces 1976 33 6 Moscow 1977 47 44 Las Cruces 1996 34 19 Moscow 1997 35 18 Las Cruces 1998 36 32 Moscow 1999 14 42 Las Cruces 2000** 44 41 Moscow 2001 39 46 Las Cruces 2002 31 35 Moscow 2003 35 31 Las Cruces 2005** 38 37 Las Cruces 2006 28 20 Moscow 2007 31 45 Las Cruces 2008 20 14 Moscow 2009 21 6 Las Cruces 2010 34 17 Moscow 2011 24 31 Las Cruces 2012 26 18 Moscow 2013 16 24 Las Cruces ** double overtime Most points scored by UI: 47 (1977) Most points by NMS: 46 (2001) UI largest winning margin: 27 (1976) NMS largest winning margin: 28 (1999) Longest UI winning streak: 6 Longest NMS winning streak: 2 Decided by seven or fewer points: 10 Idaho wins at NMS: 6 Idaho wins at home: 7 NMS wins at Idaho: 1 NMS wins at home: 5

ARKANSAS STATE ASU leads 5-4 YEAR UI ASU @ 1975 6 23 Jonesboro 1998 52 14 Jonesboro 1999* 30 24 Jonesboro 2000 42 25 Pullman 2001 31 34 Jonesboro 2002 29 38 Moscow 2003 23 24 Jonesboro 2004 45 31 Moscow 2013 24 48 Jonesboro Most points by UI: 52 (1998) Most points by ASU: 48 (2013) UI largest winning margin: 38 (1998) ASU largest winning margin: 24 (2013) Longest UI winning streak: 3 Longest ASU winning streak: 3 Decided by 7 or fewer points: 3 UI wins at ASU: 2 UI wins at home: 2 ASU wins at UI: 1 ASU wins at home: 3 SAN DIEGO STATE Tied: 2-2 YEAR UI SDSU @ 1996 21 40 San Diego 2002 48 38 Moscow 2008 17 45 San Diego 2009 34 20 Moscow Most points by UI: 48 (2002) Most points by SDSU: 45 (2008) UI largest winning margin: 14 (2009) SDSU largest winning margin: 28 (2008) Longest UI winning streak: 1 Longest SDSU winning streak: 1 Decided by 7 or fewer points: 0 UI wins at SDSU: 0 UI wins at home: 2 SDSU wins at UI: 0 SDSU wins at home: 2 TROY STATE Troy leads: 1-0 YEAR UI TS 2004 7 47 Most points by UI: 7 Most points by TS: 47 UI largest winning margin: TS largest winning margin: 40 Longest UI winning streak: Longest TS winning streak: 1 Decided by 7 or fewer points: 0 UI wins at TS: 0 UI wins at home: 0 TS wins at UI: 0 TS wins at home: 1

@ Troy

APPALACHIAN STATE First meeting

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FLORIDA First meeting


COMPOSITE SCHEDULE AUGUST 28 Wake Forest at Louisiana-Monroe Cal Poly at New Mexico State 30

Idaho at Florida Western Michigan at Purdue Ohio University at Kent State Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Texas State Georgia Southern at N.C. State Montana State at Arkansas State Northern Arizona at San Diego State Troy at Alabama-Birmingham Appalachian State at Michigan

SEPTEMBER 6 Idaho at Louisiana-Monroe Eastern Michigan at Florida Ohio University at Kentucky South Alabama at Kent State Savannah State at Georgia Southern New Mexico State at Georgia State Arkansas State at Tennessee San Diego State at North Carolina Duke at Troy Campbell at Appalachian State 13

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Western Michigan at Idaho Kentucky at Florida Louisiana-Monroe at LSU Ohio University at Marshall Mississippi State at South Alabama Navy at Texas State Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech New Mexico State at UTEP Arkansas State at Miami Abilene-Christian at Troy Idaho at Ohio University Florida at Alabama Murray State at Western Michigan Georgia Southern at South Alabama Texas State at Illinois New Mexico at New Mexico State Utah State at Arkansas State San Diego State at Oregon State Troy at Georgia Appalachian State at Southern Miss

OCTOBER 3 San Diego State at Fresno State 4

NOVEMBER 1

Idaho at Texas State Florida at Tennessee Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas State Toledo at Western Michigan Ohio University at Ohio University South Alabama at Appalachian State Georgia Southern at New Mexico State Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas State South Alabama at Appalachian State

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Idaho at Georgia Southern LSU at Florida Louisiana-Monroe at Kentucky Western Michigan at Ball State Bowling Green at Ohio University New Mexico State at Troy Arkansas State at Georgia State Liberty at Appalachian State

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New Mexico State at Idaho Missouri at Florida Western Michigan at Bowling Green Akron at Ohio University Georgia State at South Alabama Hawai`i at San Diego State Appalachian State at Troy

South Alabama at Idaho Troy at Louisiana-Monroe Western Michigan at Virginia Tech Eastern Illinois at Ohio University Texas State at Tulsa New Mexico State at LSU UNLV at San Diego State

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Idaho at San Diego State Florida at Vanderbilt Louisiana-Monroe at Appalachian State South Alabama at Arkansas State Georgia Southern at Texas State Louisiana-Lafayette at New Mexico State Georgia State at Troy

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Troy at Idaho Florida vs. South Carolina Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan Texas State at South Alabama Texas State at South Alabama Georgia Southern at Navy Appalachian State at Arkansas State San Diego State at Boise State

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Arkansas State at Texas State

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Idaho at Arkansas State Florida at Jacksonville Louisiana-Monroe at Texas A&M Western Michigan at Miamia (Ohio) South Alabama at Louisiana-Lafayette Texas State at New Mexico State San Diego State at Nevada Georgia State at Appalachian State

Idaho at Appalachian State Florida at Florida State Louisiana-Monroe at Georgia Southern Northern Illinois at Western Michigan Navy at South Alabama Texas State at Georgia State Louisiana-Monroe at Georgia Southern New Mexico State at Arkansas State San Jose State at San Diego State Louisiana-Lafayette at Troy

SUN BELT CONFERENCE BOWL TIES NEW ORLEANS (New Orleans) – Sun Belt vs. CUSA CAMELLIA (Montgomery, Ala.) – Sun Belt vs. MAC MIAMI-BEACH (Miami, Fla.) – American vs. Sun Belt or BYU or MAC GODADDY.COM (Mobile, Ala.) – Sun Belt vs. MAC in 2015 CURE (Orlando, Fla.) – Sun Belt vs. American

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University of Idaho 6 0 0 0 – 6 North Texas 14 12 7 7 – 40 UI–Jake Manley 6 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow kick blockd) NT–Brandin Byrd 1 yd run (Zach Olen kick) NT–B. Chancellor 85 yd pass from Derek Thompson (Zach Olen kick) NT–Mark Lewis 1 yd run (Zach Olen kick failed) NT–Brandin Byrd 27 yd run (Zach Olen kick blockd) NT–Reggie Pegram 2 yd run (Zach Paul kick) NT–Darius Terrell 30 yd pass from Derek Thompson (Zach Paul kick) UI 14 36-139 230 28-19-0 64-369 0-0 0-0 3-76 1-18 6-47.3 4-3 11-74 28:41 5 of 14 0 of 2 1-3 0-0

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GAME #2 Wyoming 42, Idaho 10 Sept. 7, 2013 • War Memorial Stadium (22,030)

GAME #1 North Texas 40, Idaho 6 Aug. 31, 2013 • Apogee Stadium 21,975

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

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NT 27 45-187 404 34-28-1 79-591 0-0 3-111 1-28 0-0 1-30.0 2-1 7-72 31:19 8 of 14 1 of 4 3-5 5-39

RUSHING: University of Idaho-Jerrel Brown 6-70; Josh McCain 2-24; Chad Chalich 17-21; James Baker 4-14; Richard Montgomery 6-9; Austin Rehkow 1-1. North Texas-Brandin Byrd 7-57; Reggie Pegram 13-47; A. Jimmerson 11-40; Rex Rollins 4-26; B. Chancellor 1-9; Rex Rollins 1-6; Daniel Prior 2-4; Derek Thompson 4-1; Mark Lewis 1-1; Andrew McNulty 1-minus 4. PASSING: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 19-27-0-230; Josh McCain 0-1-00. North Texas-Derek Thompson 23-27-0-349; Dajon Williams 5-6-0-55; Andrew McNulty 0-1-1-0. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 8-94; Deon Watson 3-24; Najee Lovett 2-23; Michael LaGrone 1-70; Clayton Homme 1-14; Jake Manley 1-6; Roman Runner 1-5; Jerrel Brown 1-0; Richard Montgomery 1-minus 6. North TexasB. Chancellor 6-135; Darnell Smith 4-79; L. Pleasant 3-37; Darvin Kidsy 3-35; Carlos Harris 3-32; Darius Terrell 2-34; Rex Rollins 2-10; Mike Marshall 1-19; Rex Rollins 1-16; D. Teegarden 1-12; A. Jimmerson 1-minus 1; Willie Hubbard 1-minus 4. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-Bradley Njoku 1-18. North Texas-None. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 2-2; Michael LaGrone 1-0; James Baker 1-1. North Texas-Mike Marshall 1-1; Derek Thompson 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-None. North Texas-J. Roberts 2-0; Zachary Orr 1-0; Chad Polk 1-0; James Jones 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Marc Millan 8-2; Matthew Willis 7-3; Bradley Njoku 5-3; Jordan Grabski 6-1; Delency Parham 6-0; Juan Martinez 5-1; Eric Tuipulotu 4-2; QuayShawne Buckley 3-2; Solomon Dixon 4-0; Jayshawn Jordan 3-0; Trey Williams 2-1; Quinton Bradley 2-1; Maxx Forde 2-1; Vince Keener 1-1; Austin Rehkow 1-0; Marius Burgsmueller 1-0; Roman Runner 1-0; Broc Westlake 0-1; Ryan Edwards 0-1; Clayton Homme 0-1. North Texas-Zachary Orr 9-2; Lairamie Lee 5-1; Derek Akunne 5-0; Marcus Trice 5-0; Aaron Bellazin 5-0; James Jones 4-1; Will Wright 3-1; J. Roberts 3-0; H. Jackson 3-0; Chad Polk 2-1; Fred Scott 2-1; Zac Whitfield 2-1; Jamal Marshall 2-0; Ryan Boutwell 0-2; B. Chancellor 1-0; Austin 1-0; LaJaylin Smith 1-0; D.Q. Johnson 1-0; Richard Abbe 1-0; Daniel Prior 1-0; Carlos Harris 0-1; Daryl Mason 0-1.

University of Idaho 0 0 0 10 – 10 Wyoming 0 21 21 0 – 42 WY–Brandon Miller 10 yd run (Stuart Williams kick) WY–Tedder Easton 13 yd run (Stuart Williams kick) WY–Spencer Bruce 4 yd pass from Brett Smith (Stuart Williams kick) WY–Dominic Rufran 1 yd pass from Brett Smith (Stuart Williams kick) WY–Dominic Rufran 6 yd pass from Brett Smith (Stuart Williams kick) WY–Dominic Rufran 40 yd pass from Brett Smith (Stuart Williams kick) UI–Austin Rehkow 41 yd field goal UI–James Baker 1 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) 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

UI 16 46-139 205 33-23-0 79-344 0-0 4--13 4-68 1-0 9-48.2 3-2 6-53 36:17 5 of 20 3 of 4 2-2 3-24

WY 25 39-262 302 39-23-1 78-564 1-7 3--5 1-29 0-0 7-39.1 1-0 7-67 23:43 11 of 18 0 of 0 5-6 7-61

RUSHING: University of Idaho-Josh McCain 10-49; Chad Chalich 15-35; James Baker 11-23; Kristoffer Olugbode 7-22; Richard Montgomery 2-9; Jerrel Brown 1-1. Wyoming-Tyran Finley 15-110; Luke Leddige 6-64; Sonny Puletasi 10-61; Devyn Harris 3-18; Luke Kellum 2-16; Mark Nzeocha 1-4; Marqueston Huff 1-minus 2; Jason Thompson 1-minus 9. PASSING: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 22-32-0-182; Josh McCain 1-1-023. Wyoming-Luke Leddige 22-38-1-295; Jason Thompson 1-1-0-7. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 6-61; Michael LaGrone 6-56; Najee Lovett 5-54; Kristoffer Olugbode 2-19; Jake Manley 2-5; Deon Watson 1-7; Roman Runner 1-3. Wyoming-Jalen Claiborne 6-76; Mark Nzeocha 5-123; C. Kirkegaard 5-61; Sonny Puletasi 2-12; Darrenn White 2-9; Tyran Finley 1-8; Cortland Fort 1-7; Brett Smith 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-Solomon Dixon 1-0. Wyoming-None. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 1-1; Dezmon Epps 1-0; Josh McCain 1-1. Wyoming-Brett Smith 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Marc Millan 2-0; Quinton Bradley 1-0; Maxx Forde 0-1. Wyoming-Rafe Kiely 3-0; Oscar Nevermann 2-0; Eddie Yarbrough 1-0; Dan Crook 0-1; J. Bernthaler 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Jayshawn Jordan 9-0; Marc Millan 7-2; Maxx Forde 6-2; Bradley Njoku 6-0; Juan Martinez 3-3; Trey Williams 4-0; Solomon Dixon 4-0; Vince Keener 3-0; Matthew Willis 3-0; Eric Tuipulotu 3-0; Ryan Edwards 2-1; Jordan Grabski 2-1; Brandon Wells 2-0; Quinton Bradley 2-0; Jacob Sannon 1-0; QuayShawne Buckley 1-0; Anthony Rice 1-0; Justin Parkins 1-0. Wyoming-Eddie Yarbrough 9-2; Rafe Kiely 8-1; Team 6-1; Joshua Tapscott 6-0; N. Kankolongo 6-0; Spencer Bruce 3-3; J. Bernthaler 5-0; Shaun Wick 4-1; Oscar Nevermann 4-1; Dan Crook 3-2; Troy Boyland 3-1; Alex Borgs 3-1; Tanner Gentry 3-0; Jacob Mcgarvin 2-1; Cortland Fort 0-3; Zaquoya Parham 2-0; J.J. Quinlan 2-0; Xavier Lewis 1-0; Trent Sewell 1-0; Tyler Strong 1-0; Patrick Mertens 1-0; Justin Martin 1-0; Eric Nzeocha 0-1.

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GAME #3 Northern Illinois 45, Idaho 35 Sept. 14, 2013 • Kibbie Dome (14,071)

NIU 7 14 14 10 – 45 University of Idaho 14 14 0 7 – 35 UI–James Baker 1 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) NIU–Jordan Lynch 5 yd run (Mathew Sims kick) UI–Richard Montgomery 27 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow kick) UI–James Baker 37 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow kick) NIU–Keith Harris 15 yd pass from Jordan Lynch (Mathew Sims kick) UI–Josh McCain 34 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) NIU–Camer Stingily 2 yd run (Mathew Sims kick) NIU–Da’Ron Brown 3 yd pass from Jordan Lynch (Mathew Sims kick) NIU–Jordan Lynch 61 yd run (Mathew Sims kick) UI–James Baker 1 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) NIU–Mathew Sims 51 yd field goal, NIU–Luke Eakes 13 yd pass from Jordan Lynch (Mathew Sims kick) 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

NIU 24 48-356 152 29-17-0 77-508 0-0 2-47 3-69 0-0 7-36.9 2-2 11-100 26:13 4 of 14 0 of 1 5-6 9-55

UI 27 63-195 251 27-16-0 90-446 0-0 6-45 2-57 0-0 5-49.0 3-3 4-42 33:47 4 of 16 1 of 4 2-2 2-16

RUSHING: NIU-Tim Semisch 23-159; Dechan Durante 4-104; Mike Gegner 1362; Juwa Brescacin 5-33; Johnny Eagan 1-2; Aregero Turner 2-minus 4. University of Idaho-James Baker 17-66; Richard Montgomery 12-59; Josh McCain 11-49; Chad Chalich 20-12; Kristoffer Olugbode 3-9. PASSING: NIU-Tim Semisch 17-29-0-152. University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 1425-0-222; Josh McCain 2-2-0-29. RECEIVING: NIU-Dechan Durante 9-56; Tommylee Lewis 5-57; Juwa Brescacin 1-15; Drew Hare 1-13; Jackso Abresch 1-11. University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 9-110; Richard Montgomery 2-54; Deon Watson 2-38; James Baker 1-37; Najee Lovett 1-11; Michael LaGrone 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: NIU-None. University of Idaho-None. FUMBLES: NIU-Johnny Eagan 1-1; Tim Semisch 1-1. University of Idaho-Josh McCain 1-1; Chad Chalich 1-1; James Baker 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): NIU-Brian Canoy 2-0; Ken Bishop 1-1; Joel Bouagnon 1-1; Cal Breedlove 2-0; Jordan Lynch 1-0; Octav Renteria 1-0; Mike Cotton 1-0. University of Idaho-Broc Westlake 1-0; Maxx Forde 0-1; Solomon Dixon 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): NIU-Zeb Mclaurin 9-2; Donovan Gordon 7-2; James Spencer 7-2; Cal Breedlove 6-1; Joel Bouagnon 5-2; Octav Renteria 3-4; Brian Canoy 6-0; Keith Harris 5-0; Corneliu Henry 5-0; Cody Hazelett 4-0; Mike Cotton 4-0; Terrance Roby 4-0; Da’Ron Brown 3-1; Jordan Lynch 3-1; Ken Bishop 2-1; Patrick Husain 2-0; Team 1-1; Camer Stingily 0-1; Matt Baltimore 0-1; Joe Windsor 0-1; Johnny Eagan 0-1. University of Idaho-Bradley Njoku 8-1; Solomon Dixon 8-0; Eric Tuipulotu 6-1; Broc Westlake 5-2; Jayshawn Jordan 6-0; Marc Millan 4-1; Maxx Forde 3-2; Juan Martinez 2-2; Quinton Bradley 1-3; Tom Hennessey 2-0; Justin Parkins 2-0; QuayShawne Buckley 2-0; Vince Keener 2-0; Ryan Edwards 1-0; D’Mario Carter 1-0; Jordan Grabski 1-0; Delency Parham 1-0; Jake Manley 1-0; Deon Watson 1-0; Roman Runner 1-0.

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GAME #4 Washington State 42, Idaho 0 Sept. 21, 2013 • Martin Stadium (31,021)

University of Idaho 0 0 0 0 – 0 Washington State 7 21 7 7 – 42 WSU-Marks, Gabe 43 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Furney, Andrew kick) WSU-Williams, Dom. 30 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Furney, Andrew kick) WSU-Mayle, Vince 20 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Furney, Andrew kick) WSU-Marks, Gabe 1 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Furney, Andrew kick) WSU-Laufasa, Jere. 13 yd run (Furney, Andrew kick) WSU-Laufasa, Jere. 3 yd run (Furney, Andrew kick) 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

UI 17 49-79 174 25-18-1 74-253 0-0 1-5 6-108 2-4 7-43.4 2-1 12-73 38:06 5 of 19 2 of 4 0-1 1-8

WSU 21 15-71 346 43-31-2 58-417 0-0 4-59 1-45 1-0 2-49.5 2-2 6-44 21:54 5 of 9 2 of 2 4-6 5-36

RUSHING: University of Idaho-James Baker 11-43; Jerrel Brown 1226; Chad Chalich 13-20; Dezmon Epps 3-10; Kristoffer Olugbode 2-9; Richard Montgomery 1-2; Josh McCain 7-minus 31. Washington StateLaufasa, Jere. 6-41; Caldwell, T. 4-22; Mason, Marcus 4-16; Halliday, C. 1-minus 8. PASSING: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 17-23-0-167; Josh McCain 1-2-1-7. Washington State-Halliday, C. 31-43-2-346. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 6-37; Najee Lovett 2-33; Jerrel Brown 2-14; James Baker 2-5; Jacob Sannon 1-41; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-13; Deon Watson 1-10; Trent Cowan 1-8; Roman Runner 1-7; Michael LaGrone 1-6. Washington State-Marks, Gabe 11-146; Mayle, Vince 4-51; Galvin, Rickey 3-26; Brooks, Leon 3-9; Williams, Dom. 2-47; Williams, K. 2-18; Myers, Isiah 2-18; Ratliff, Bobby 1-13; Cracraft, River 1-10; Caldwell, T. 1-4; Laufasa, Jere. 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-D'Mario Carter 1-3; Christian Whitehead 1-1. Washington State-Bucannon, Deone 1-0. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Kristoffer Olugbode 1-1; Josh McCain 1-0. Washington State-Williams, K. 1-1; Caldwell, T. 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-QuayShawne Buckley 1-0. Washington State-Cooper, Xavier 1-1; Monroe, Darryl 1-0; Pole, Kalaf. 1-0; Coen, Cyrus 1-0; Gauta, Ioane 0-1. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-D'Mario Carter 2-6; Bradley Njoku 1-6; Eric Tuipulotu 1-6; Jayshawn Jordan 2-3; Christian Whitehead 3-1; Marc Millan 3-1; Juan Martinez 2-2; Ryan Edwards 2-1; Delency Parham 1-2; Matthew Willis 2-0; Maxx Forde 2-0; Broc Westlake 1-1; QuayShawne Buckley 1-1; Anthony Rice 1-1; Marius Burgsmueller 1-1; Vince Keener 0-2; Tueni Luepamanu 1-0; Trent Cowan 1-0. Washington State-Monroe, Darryl 8-4; Sagote, Justin 5-5; Palacio, Kache 6-1; Washington, N. 5-2; Brown, Daquawn 3-3; Pritchard, Tana 3-3; Cooper, Xavier 4-1; Bucannon, Deone 3-2; Coen, Cyrus 2-3; Taliulu, Taylor 2-3; Gauta, Ioane 3-1; Byers, Jared 2-2; Oertel, Eric 1-3; Dotson, Isaac 2-1; Faoliu, Lyman 2-0; Paulo, Darryl 2-0; Pole, Kalaf. 1-0; Horton, Damante 0-1; Allison, J. 0-1.

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Idaho 26, Temple 24 Sept. 28, 2013 • Kibbie Dome (15,323)

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UI–Richard Montgomery 64 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow kick) TU–VISCO, Nick 25 yd field goal UI–Richard Montgomery 5 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) UI–Austin Rehkow 39 yd field goal TU–HARPER, Kenny 5 yd run (VISCO, Nick kick) UI–Austin Rehkow 30 yd field goal UI–Austin Rehkow 38 yd field goal TU–ALDERMAN, Ryan 51 yd pass from REILLY, Connor (VISCO, Nick kick) UI–Austin Rehkow 25 yd field goal TU–HARPER, Kenny 2 yd run (VISCO, Nick kick) 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

TEMPLE 22 29-161 249 47-23-0 76-410 0-0 5-27 3-71 0-0 9-42.9 0-0 6-46 26:23 4 of 16 1 of 1 3-3 2-6

UI 19 33-168 310 44-26-0 77-478 0-0 4-14 5-97 0-0 7-45.9 0-0 5-53 33:37 8 of 18 0 of 0 5-5 2-12

RUSHING: TEMPLE-HARPER, Kenny 11-61; WILLIAMS, Zaire 6-48; REILLY, Connor 6-28; COYER, Chris 5-24; GILMORE, Jamie 1-0. University of IdahoChad Chalich 14-114; Jerrel Brown 9-28; Richard Montgomery 7-17; Dezmon Epps 2-6; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-3. PASSING: TEMPLE-REILLY, Connor 23-47-0-249. University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 26-43-0-310; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: TEMPLE-FITZPATRICK, J. 6-49; ALDERMAN, Ryan 5-88; HAIRSTON, Nate 3-27; CHRISTOPHER, J. 3-24; HARPER, Kenny 2-30; ANDERSON, R. 2-17; KARPINSKI, T. 1-8; COYER, Chris 1-6. University of Idaho-Richard Montgomery 5-102; Najee Lovett 5-78; Deon Watson 5-33; Dezmon Epps 5-24; Roman Runner 3-47; Michael LaGrone 2-14; Trent Cowan 1-12. INTERCEPTIONS: TEMPLE-None. University of Idaho-None. FUMBLES: TEMPLE-None. University of Idaho-None. SACKS (UA-A): TEMPLE-IOANNIDIS, M. 1-0; FINCH, Sharif 1-0. University of Idaho-Maxx Forde 1-0; Vince Keener 0-1; QuayShawne Buckley 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): TEMPLE-MATAKEVICH, T. 20-4; CAPONEGRO, B. 7-4; SMITH, Abdul 4-7; YOUNG, Tavon 5-0; MARSHALL, S. 3-2; FINCH, Sharif 4-0; ROBEY, Anthony 3-1; SMITH, Nate D. 3-1; ALWAN, Jarred 2-1; SHIPPEN, B. 1-2; THOMAS, Jahad 1-2; TERRY, Kiser 2-0; COYER, Chris 2-0; JOHNSON, Zamel 1-1; BURNS, Brian 1-0; REDDICK, Haason 1-0; IOANNIDIS, M. 1-0; PAULHILL, S. 1-0; DVORACEK, Rob 1-0; JOHNSON, Kamal 1-0; HAYES, Will 1-0; FELTON, Michael 1-0; WALTON, Hershey 0-1. University of Idaho-Marc Millan 7-2; Christian Whitehead 8-0; Solomon Dixon 6-0; Eric Tuipulotu 4-2; QuayShawne Buckley 5-0; Trey Williams 5-0; Maxx Forde 4-1; Broc Westlake 4-0; Juan Martinez 2-2; Jayshawn Jordan 3-0; Justin Parkins 2-0; Marius Burgsmueller 2-0; Bradley Njoku 2-0; Vince Keener 0-2; Tom Hennessey 1-0; Ryan Edwards 0-1.

Fresno State 28 19 7 7 – 61 University of Idaho 0 0 0 14 – 14 FS–ADAMS, Davante 27 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick) FS–ADAMS, Davante 17 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick) FS–HARPER, Josh 9 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick) FS–WALLER, Marteze 9 yd run (MCGUIRE, Colin kick) FS–BURSE, Isaiah 2 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick) FS–TEAM safety FS–ADAMS, Davante 2 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick) FS–MCGUIRE, Colin 21 yd field goal FS–WALLER, Marteze 2 yd run (MCGUIRE, Colin kick) UI–Dezmon Epps 16 yd pass from Josh McCain (Austin Rehkow kick), FS–CASH, Darryl 1 yd run (MCGUIRE, Colin kick) UI–James Baker 15 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow kick) FS UI FIRST DOWNS 39 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 50-309 43-96 PASSING YDS (NET) 422 177 Passes Att-Comp-Int 51-38-2 40-17-4 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 101-731 83-273 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 4-10 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-50 5-128 Interception Returns-Yards 4-27 2-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-47.0 7-51.1 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards 4-43 5-49 Possession Time 29:06 30:54 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 15 8 of 19 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 7-8 2-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 6-41 0-0 RUSHING: Fresno State-WALLER, Marteze 19-157; QUEZADA, Josh 11-63; MICENHEIMER, Ma 7-35; THOMAS, T.J. 3-15; CASH, Darryl 5-12; CARR, Myles 2-12; BURRELL, Brian 1-11; CARR, Derek 1-4; JAMES, Dontel 1-0. University of IdahoJames Baker 16-52; osh McCain 6-30; Chad Chalich 14-10; Jerrel Brown 6-3; Dezmon Epps 1-1. PASSING: Fresno State-CARR, Derek 37-48-1-419; BURRELL, Brian 1-2-0-3; CARR, Myles 0-1-1-0. University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 14-32-3-100; Josh McCain 3-8-1-77. RECEIVING: Fresno State-ADAMS, Davante 16-185; BURSE, Isaiah 5-68; HARPER, Josh 5-37; QUEZADA, Josh 5-18; WATSON, Greg 4-49; JENSEN, Marcel 3-65. University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 4-76; Najee Lovett 4-25; Roman Runner 3-18; Deon Watson 2-31; Michael LaGrone 2-13; James Baker 1-15; Richard Montgomery 1-minus 1. INTERCEPTIONS: Fresno State-RILEY, Curtis 1-22; SMITH, Derron 1-5; WASHINGTON, Cha 1-0; MOTTA, Nikko 1-0. University of Idaho-Jayshawn Jordan 1-0; Eric Tuipulotu 1-0. FUMBLES: Fresno State-MICENHEIMER, Ma 1-1; THOMAS, T.J. 1-0. University of Idaho-Jerrel Brown 1-0; Michael LaGrone 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Fresno State-ROOT, Dillon 2-0; MOTTA, Nikko 2-0; SMITH, Derron 1-0; TOMA, Jeremiah 1-0. University of Idaho-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Fresno State-WASHINGTON, Cha 6-2; WILSON, Kyrie 7-0; RILEY, Curtis 5-1; TOMA, Jeremiah 5-1; SU'A, Patrick 5-0; MOTTA, Nikko 4-1; EDERAINE, Ejiro 2-3; SMITH, Derron 2-3; LETCHER, Ben 4-0; JONES, L.J. 2-2; ROOT, Dillon 2-0; HUNT, Todd 2-0; LEWIS, Donavon 2-0; OBIDIEGWU, Kyri 2-0; HUGHES, Brandon 1-1; DAVISON, Tyeler 1-1; NORTON, Jonatha 1-1; MICKELSEN, Karl 1-1; JENNINGS, Andy 0-2; ELLIS, Jamal 1-0; TEAM 1-0; CAMILLI, Jeff 1-0; SAGAPOLU, Ioane 0-1; FALETUIPAPAI, S 0-1; JONES, Dalen 0-1; HARRISON, Nat 0-1. University of IdahoBradley Njoku 12-3; Solomon Dixon 7-2; Jayshawn Jordan 7-2; Marc Millan 6-2; Maxx Forde 4-3; Christian Whitehead 5-1; Juan Martinez 5-1; Matthew Willis 4-2; Jordan Grabski 4-2; Trey Williams 5-0; Eric Tuipulotu 3-2; Marius Burgsmueller 3-2; Roman Runner 4-0; Broc Westlake 3-1; Tom Hennessey 2-2; Tueni Luepamanu 3-0; QuayShawne Buckley 2-1; Vince Keener 1-2; Michael LaGrone 2-0; Justin Parkins 1-1; Jake Manley 1-0; Trent Cowan 1-0; Ryan Edwards 0-1.

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GAME #7

GAME #8

Arkansas State 48, Idaho 24 Oct. 12, 2013 • Liberty Bank Stadium (26,781)

Ole Miss 59, Idaho 14 Oct. 26, 2013 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (57,870)

University of Idaho 7 Arkansas State 14

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ASU–Jones, Julian 80 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Davis, Brian kick) ASU–McKissic, J.D. 13 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Davis, Brian kick) UI–James Baker 4 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) ASU–Davis, Brian 38 yd field goal ASU–Griswold, D. 13 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Davis, Brian kick) ASU–Griswold, D. 1 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Davis, Brian kick) UI–Austin Rehkow 28 yd field goal UI–Dezmon Epps 15 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick) UI–James Baker 1 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) ASU–McKissic, J.D. 98 yd kickoff return (Davis, Brian kick) ASU–Davis, Brian 21 yd field goal ASU–Oku, David 3 yd run (Davis, Brian kick) 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

UI 19 38-174 212 41-15-1 79-386 0-0 1-1 6-122 1-37 9-44.9 1-0 7-59 26:50 8 of 21 1 of 2 4-4 2-13

7 7

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UM–Ja-Mes Logan 37 yd pass from Bo Wallace (Andrew Ritter kick) UM–Jaylen Walton 40 yd run (Andrew Ritter kick) UM–Andrew Ritter 50 yd field goal UI–Taylor Davis 2 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) UM–Jaylen Walton 1 yd run (Andrew Ritter kick) UM–Ja-Mes Logan 65 yd pass from Bo Wallace (Andrew Ritter kick) UM–D. Collins 12 yd fumble recovery (Andrew Ritter kick) UI–Dezmon Epps 62 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick) UM–I. Mathers 64 yd run (Andrew Ritter kick) UM–Mark Dodson 30 yd pass from Barry Brunetti (Andrew Ritter kick) UM–Collins Moore 35 yd pass from Barry Brunetti (Andrew Fletcher kick) ASU 26 45-190 375 32-22-1 77-565 0-0 5-48 5-226 1-43 4-39.2 0-0 14-110 32:45 6 of 14 0 of 1 6-6 2-17

RUSHING: University of Idaho-James Baker 23-150; Taylor Davis 9-15; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-5; Richard Montgomery 2-4; Chad Chalich 3-0. Arkansas StateThornton, S. 13-85; Oku, David 17-69; Kennedy, Adam 9-22; McKissic, J.D. 1-8; Gordon, Michael 3-7; Knighten, Fredi 1-1; TEAM 1-minus 2. PASSING: University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 14-39-1-199; Chad Chalich 1-2-013. Arkansas State-Kennedy, Adam 22-32-1-375. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 8-91; Najee Lovett 3-51; Roman Runner 2-22; Deon Watson 1-39; Michael LaGrone 1-9. Arkansas State-McKissic, J.D. 9-80; Griswold, D. 5-89; Jones, Julian 4-135; Muse, Allen 2-16; Fleming, R.J. 1-28; Oku, David 1-27. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-Trey Williams 1-37. Arkansas StateHayes, Rocky 1-43. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 1-0. Arkansas State-None. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Matthew Willis 1-0; QuayShawne Buckley 1-0. Arkansas State-Odom, Chris 1-0; Blackmon, D. 1-0; Carrethers, R. 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Marc Millan 7-4; Jayshawn Jordan 8-1; Juan Martinez 3-6; Matthew Willis 5-2; Bradley Njoku 6-0; QuayShawne Buckley 5-0; Marius Burgsmueller 4-1; Desmond Banks 4-0; Ryan Edwards 3-1; Eric Tuipulotu 2-2; Vince Keener 3-0; Trey Williams 2-1; Broc Westlake 2-1; Trent Cowan 2-0; Maxx Forde 1-1; Deon Watson 1-1; Roman Runner 1-1; Delency Parham 1-0; Cody Elenz 1-0; Zach Cable 1-0; James Baker 1-0; Christian Whitehead 1-0; Quinton Bradley 1-0; Austin DeCoud 0-1; Matthew Neal 0-1. Arkansas State-Lee, Qushaun 9-6; Coleman, Kyle 7-2; Carrethers, R. 6-1; Young, Sterling 5-2; Blackmon, D. 3-2; Hunter, Money 3-1; Hayes, Rocky 2-2; Jackson, F. 3-0; Humes, Chris 2-1; Woodson, Xavier 2-1; Tryon, Andrew 1-2; Porter, Eddie 0-3; Girley, C. 2-0; Odom, Chris 2-0; Stone, Chris 1-1; Brown, Artez 1-1; Jacobs, Ryan 1-0; Collins, Kelsey 1-0; Barnhill, Brock 1-0; Heath, Q. 0-1; Turner, T. 0-1.

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

UI 12 36-87 166 30-12-0 66-253 0-0 1-18 2-32 0-0 7-50.1 1-1 7-75 26:16 4 of 16 1 of 3 1-2 1-14

UM 28 45-292 280 29-22-0 74-572 1-12 1-4 3-56 0-0 3-42.7 3-0 8-60 33:44 3 of 10 2 of 2 1-1 2-7

RUSHING: University of Idaho-Kristoffer Olugbode 10-33; James Baker 1324; Taylor Davis 7-13; Richard Montgomery 4-10; Najee Lovett 2-7. Ole Miss-I. Mathers 14-138; Jaylen Walton 11-86; Mark Dodson 7-57; Kailo Moore 5-9; Jimmy Potepa 2-6; Barry Brunetti 2-4; Bo Wallace 4-minus 8. PASSING: University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 12-30-0-166. Ole Miss-Bo Wallace 15-22-0-186; Barry Brunetti 7-7-0-94. RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 5-89; James Baker 2-38; Deon Watson 2-14; Richard Montgomery 2-minus 6; Clayton Homme 1-31. Ole MissJa-Mes Logan 6-122; Donte Moncrief 5-33; Collins Moore 3-42; Kailo Moore 3-22; L. Treadwell 2-15; Mark Dodson 1-30; Jordan Holder 1-8; Vince Sanders 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-None. Ole Miss-None. FUMBLES: University of Idaho-James Baker 1-1. Ole Miss-Barry Brunetti 1-0; Mark Dodson 1-0; Kailo Moore 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Matthew Willis 1-0. Ole Miss-W. Hamilton 1-0; Carlton Martin 0-1; Cameron Whigham 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Jayshawn Jordan 10-0; Bradley Njoku 9-0; Trey Williams 7-2; Matthew Willis 6-1; Eric Tuipulotu 6-0; Marc Millan 5-0; QuayShawne Buckley 4-0; Maxx Forde 4-0; Jordan Grabski 3-0; Anthony Rice 2-0; Juan Martinez 1-1; Quinton Bradley 1-0; Jacob Sannon 1-0; Ryan Edwards 1-0; Christian Whitehead 1-0; Tueni Luepamanu 0-1; Desmond Banks 0-1; Tom Hennessey 0-1; Justin Parkins 0-1. Ole Miss-Cody Prewitt 6-0; Keith Lewis 5-1; Derrick Jones 5-0; Mike Marry 4-1; Trae Elston 4-0; Channing Ward 3-1; Temario Strong 3-1; Senquez Golson 3-0; Cameron Whigham 3-0; W. Hamilton 2-1; Tony Conner 1-2; John Youngblood 2-0; Lavon Hooks 2-0; S. Bryant 1-1; Carlos Davis 1-0; Charles Sawyer 1-0; Bryon Bennett 1-0; Cliff Coleman 1-0; Carlton Martin 0-1; D. Shackelford 0-1; Ontario Berry 0-1; Chief Brown 0-1.

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GAME #9

GAME #10

Texas State 37, Idaho 21 Nov. 2, 2013 • Kibbie Dome (15,088)

Old Dominion 59, Idaho 38 Nov. 9, 2013 • Kibbie Dome (14,488)

Texas State 7 16 7 7 – 37 University of Idaho 7 7 0 7 – 21 TXST–Lowe, Robert 1 yd run (Dann, Jason kick) UI–Deon Watson 20 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick) TXST–Lowe, Robert 9 yd run (Dann, Jason kick) TXST–Dann, Jason 42 yd field goal UI–James Baker 7 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) TXST–Battle, Isaiah 4 yd pass from Jones, Tyler (Dann, Jason kick failed) TXST–Gay, Tim 20 yd run (Dann, Jason kick) TXST–Franks, Terrence 67 yd pass from Jones, Tyler (Dann, Jason kick) UI–Richard Montgomery 10 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick) 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

TXST 18 38-108 228 23-19-0 61-336 0-0 1-40 1-30 0-0 4-39.8 0-0 3-30 31:43 6 of 14 2 of 2 4-5 2-15

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UI 20 38-145 181 35-20-0 73-326 0-0 1-0 2-43 0-0 3-54.3 1-1 4-39 28:17 9 of 17 2 of 4 3-3 2-15

RUSHING: Texas State-Lowe, Robert 17-61; Gay, Tim 2-23; Nutall, Chris 7-21; Franks, Terrence 3-7; Jones, Tyler 8-minus 1; TEAM 1-minus 3. University of Idaho-James Baker 24-114; Richard Montgomery 5-22; Taylor Davis 7-13; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-1; Dezmon Epps 1-minus 5. PASSING: Texas State-Jones, Tyler 19-23-0-228. University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 20-35-0-181. RECEIVING: Texas State-Gaines, Jafus 3-21; Smith, Brandon 3-12; Franks, Terrence 2-85; Miller, Bradley 2-47; Erickson, Andy 2-31; Ijah, Ben 2-12; Lowe, Robert 2-9; Battle, Isaiah 2-5; Nutall, Chris 1-6. University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 6-54; Deon Watson 3-37; Najee Lovett 2-11; Richard Montgomery 2-10; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-23; Kevin Shelton 1-13; J Podrabsky 1-13; James Baker 1-9; Michael LaGrone 1-6; Roman Runner 1-4; Clayton Homme 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Texas State-None. University of Idaho-None. FUMBLES: Texas State-None. University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Texas State-Petersen, Kris 1-0; McMiller, Damion 1-0. University of Idaho-QuayShawne Buckley 1-0; Marc Millan 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Texas State-Matthews, Aaron 9-4; McMiller, Damion 6-6; Orakpo, Michael 9-2; Jeter-Gilmon, Jerrid 6-0; Daniels, Xavier 5-0; Targun, Colby 4-1; Odiari, Michael 3-1; McColloch, Blake 2-2; Smith, Stephen 3-0; Clavell-Head, Jamie 2-0; Norfleet, Jordan 2-0; Mager, Craig 2-0; Yendrey, D.J. 1-1; Petersen, Kris 1-1; Taulelei, Kamu 1-0; Iwuji, Justin 0-1. University of Idaho-Marc Millan 8-2; Trey Williams 8-1; Maxx Forde 6-2; Bradley Njoku 5-2; Jayshawn Jordan 5-1; Matthew Willis 4-2; Juan Martinez 4-0; QuayShawne Buckley 2-2; Eric Tuipulotu 3-0; Marius Burgsmueller 2-0; Broc Westlake 2-0; Desmond Banks 2-0; Justin Parkins 1-0; Delency Parham 1-0; Anthony Rice 0-1; Vince Keener 0-1.

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Old Dominion 17 14 14 14 – 59 University of Idaho 21 10 7 0 – 38 UI–James Baker 73 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick) UI–Taylor Davis 17 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) ODU–M. Thomas 23 yd pass from T. Heinicke (J. Brown kick) ODU–J. Brown 23 yd field goal ODU–A. Vaughan 56 yd pass from T. Heinicke (J. Brown kick) UI–Taylor Davis 12 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) UI–Austin Rehkow 41 yd field goal ODU–C. Goodwyn 6 yd run (J. Brown kick) ODU–Z. Pascal 17 yd pass from T. Heinicke (J. Brown kick) UI–Dezmon Epps 66 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick) ODU–T. Heinicke 1 yd run (J. Brown kick) ODU–C. Goodwyn 1 yd run (J. Brown kick) UI–Richard Montgomery 12 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick) ODU–M. Thomas 39 yd pass from T. Heinicke (J. Brown kick) ODU–C. Goodwyn 5 yd run (J. Brown kick) ODU UI FIRST DOWNS 28 27 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 30-88 47-177 PASSING YDS (NET) 533 328 Passes Att-Comp-Int 56-40-1 34-16-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 86-621 81-505 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1-47 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-61 4-101 Interception Returns-Yards 2-10 1-8 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-46.2 3-47.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-1 Penalties-Yards 7-65 4-50 Possession Time 30:03 29:57 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 17 6 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 3 0 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 6-7 3-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-27 3-22 RUSHING: Old Dominion-C. Goodwyn 11-36; C. Boyd 10-32; T. Heinicke 9-20. University of Idaho-James Baker 14-57; Richard Montgomery 12-44; Josh McCain 7-37; Taylor Davis 8-31; Jerrel Brown 5-15; Austin Rehkow 1-minus 7. PASSING: Old Dominion-T. Heinicke 40-56-1-533. University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 15-29-2-308; Josh McCain 1-5-0-20. RECEIVING: Old Dominion-L. Pinkard 8-86; M. Thomas 7-137; C. Boyd 6-38; Z. Pascal 5-90; B. Roberts 4-36; A. Vaughan 3-103; J. Bailey 3-20; C. Goodwyn 2-16; M. Vaughn 1-5; K. Spellman 1-2. University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 9-175; Deon Watson 2-22; James Baker 1-73; Jacob Sannon 1-20; J Podrabsky 1-20; Najee Lovett 1-13; Michael LaGrone 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Old Dominion-D. Simon 1-10; S. Chapman 1-0. University of Idaho-Trey Williams 1-8. FUMBLES: Old Dominion-None. University of Idaho-Austin Rehkow 1-0; J Podrabsky 1-0; Trey Williams 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Old Dominion-P. Smith 1-0; J. Brenya 0-1; T. Reid 1-0; R. Owens 1-0; R. Coward 1-0. University of Idaho-Maxx Forde 2-0; Quinton Bradley 0-1; Marc Millan 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Old Dominion-F. Misher 6-2; P. Morant 6-2; A. Simmons 7-0; R. Staton 6-0; A. Everett 3-2; R. Owens 4-0; T. Reid 4-0; J. Darr 2-2; C. Bradshaw 3-0; M. Johnson 3-0; D. Simon 2-1; S. Chapman 1-2; J. Neal 2-0; R. Coward 1-1; J. Brenya 1-1; L. Alston 1-0; J. Pulisic 1-0; C. Smith 1-0; S. Wiggins 1-0; N. Barnes 1-0; B. Roberts 1-0; C. Boyd 1-0; P. Smith 1-0; D. Guinn-Bailey 0-1; Z. Pascal 0-1. University of Idaho-Jayshawn Jordan 7-1; Bradley Njoku 6-1; Maxx Forde 5-2; Marc Millan 4-3; Roman Runner 6-0; Eric Tuipulotu 5-1; Delency Parham 5-0; QuayShawne Buckley 5-0; D'Mario Carter 3-1; Matthew Willis 3-0; Trey Williams 3-0; Jordan Grabski 2-0; Vince Keener 2-0; Marius Burgsmueller 1-1; Quinton Bradley 0-2; Dezmon Epps 1-0; Christian Whitehead 1-0; Anthony Rice 0-1; Broc Westlake 0-1; Juan Martinez 0-1; Ryan Edwards 0-1.


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GAME #11

GAME #12

Florida State 80, Idaho 14 Nov. 23, 2013 • Doak Campbell Stadium • (65,061)

University of Idaho 0 NMSU 7

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NMSU–Franklin, A. 28 yd pass from McDonald, A. (Johnson, M. kick) UI–Michael LaGrone 56 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick) UI–Austin Rehkow 25 yd field goal UI–Austin Rehkow 27 yd field goal NMSU–Johnson, M. 36 yd field goal NMSU–Franklin, A. 7 yd pass from McDonald, A. (Johnson, M. kick) UI–Austin Rehkow 25 yd field goal NMSU–Shapiro, Adam 8 yd run (Johnson, M. kick)

FS 28 40-336 309 39-23-1 79-645 0-0 4-43 2-96 4-201 1-40.0 1-1 6-65 27:28 12 of 16 1 of 1 4-5 7-43

RUSHING: Idaho-Josh McCain 8-39; Jerrel Brown 9-37; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-3; James Baker 2-2; Richard Montgomery 5-minus 1; Taylor Davis 10-minus 21. Florida StateFREEMAN, D. 11-129; WILLIAMS, K. 10-114; WILDER, J. 4-85; GREEN, R. 6-32; STEVENSON, F. 2-7; BURNHAM, W. 1-6; WHITFIELD, K. 1-5; WINSTON, J. 4-minus 19; TEAM 1-minus 23. PASSING: daho-Taylor Davis 16-38-3-220; Josh McCain 5-7-1-66. Florida State-WINSTON, J. 14-25-0-225; MAGUIRE, S. 9-14-1-84. RECEIVING: Idaho-Dezmon Epps 7-126; Najee Lovett 3-48; Richard Montgomery 3-23; J Podrabsky 2-24; Jacob Sannon 2-13; Michael LaGrone 1-21; Jerrel Brown 1-18; Deon Watson 1-12; Eric Lemke 1-1. Florida State-SHAW, K. 5-107; BENJAMIN, K. 3-61; GREENE, R. 3-29; GREEN, C. 2-31; WILLIAMS, K. 2-17; GREEN, R. 2-16; WILSON, J. 2-12; O'LEARY, N. 1-13; ABRAM, C. 1-9; STEVENSON, F. 1-8; FREEMAN, D. 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Idaho-Trey Williams 1-0. Florida State-SMITH, TEL. 1-79; LEVENBERRY, E. 1-78; SMITH, K. 1-44; MCDANIEL, J. 1-0. FUMBLES: Idaho-None. Florida State-WINSTON, J. 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Idaho-Anthony Rice 0-1; Roman Runner 1-0; QuayShawne Buckley 1-0; Vince Keener 1-0. Florida State-JERNIGAN, T. 2-1; MITCHELL, D. 1-0; HICKS, D. 1-0; HOLLIN, D. 1-0; WALKER, D. 1-0; GOLDMAN, E. 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Idaho-Roman Runner 12-1; Marc Millan 7-0; Matthew Willis 6-1; Trey Williams 5-1; Jayshawn Jordan 5-0; Juan Martinez 3-1; Bradley Njoku 3-0; Maxx Forde 2-1; QuayShawne Buckley 2-1; Anthony Rice 2-1; Broc Westlake 1-1; Delency Parham 1-1; Jacob Sannon 1-0; Aaron Lazaro 1-0; B Rodseth 1-0; Josh McCain 1-0; Taylor Elmo 1-0; Michael LaGrone 1-0; Justin Parkins 1-0; Vince Keener 1-0; Ryan Edwards 0-1. Florida State-JERNIGAN, T. 5-1; SMITH, TEL. 4-0; JOYNER, L. 3-1; NORTHRUP, R. 3-0; WAISOME, N. 3-0; DEMPS, G. 2-1; ALICEA, R. 2-0; CASHER, C. 2-0; SMITH, TERR. 2-0; RAMSEY, J. 2-0; BRUTUS, L. 2-0; MITCHELL, D. 2-0; HOLLIN, D. 2-0; ANDREWS, N. 2-0; SMITH, K. 2-0; BROOKS, T. 2-0; DARBY, R. 2-0; BLAKE, C. 2-0; WALKER, D. 2-0; LEVENBERRY, E. 1-1; WILLIAMS, P.J. 1-1; WHITE, M. 1-1; ELIGWE, U. 1-1; JONES, C. 1-0; HICKS, D. 1-0; EDWARDS, M. 1-0; LAWRENCESTAMPLE 1-0; MCDANIEL, J. 1-0; GOLDMAN, E. 1-0; MCALLISTER, D. 0-1; WOODALL, C. 0-1.

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

UI 20 37-209 250 42-21-1 79-459 0-0 4-3 3-60 1-0 4-48.2 3-1 8-95 29:46 4 of 18 3 of 5 3-5 4-27

NMSU 23 43-181 190 28-18-1 71-371 0-0 1-6 1-27 1-0 5-41.2 2-2 1-5 30:14 7 of 15 0 of 0 3-3 1-12

RUSHING: Idaho-James Baker 8-48; Austin Rehkow 1-40; Jerrel Brown 7-36; Josh McCain 3-26; Taylor Davis 11-24; Richard Montgomery 3-21; Kristoffer Olugbode 2-11; Dezmon Epps 1-3; Austin DeCoud 1-0. NMSU-Morrison, G. 17-111; Hall, Xavier 9-41; McDonald, A. 15-19; Shapiro, Adam 1-8; Franklin, A. 1-2. PASSING: Idaho-Taylor Davis 21-41-1-250; Josh McCain 0-1-0-0. NMSU-McDonald, A. 17-27-1-186; Franklin, A. 1-1-0-4. RECEIVING: Idaho-Najee Lovett 8-82; Dezmon Epps 6-43; J Podrabsky 3-47; Michael LaGrone 1-56; Deon Watson 1-12; Jacob Sannon 1-10; Richard Montgomery 1-0. NMSU-Franklin, A. 6-64; Shapiro, Adam 4-62; Matthews, J. 3-38; Brown, Jerrel 2-13; Bergstrom, J. 2-6; Dean, Andrew 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: Idaho-Roman Runner 1-0. NMSU-Johnson, Darien 1-0. FUMBLES: Idaho-Richard Montgomery 1-0; Dezmon Epps 1-0; James Baker 1-1. NMSU-McDonald, A. 2-2. SACKS (UA-A): Idaho-Maxx Forde 1-1; Quinton Bradley 1-1; QuayShawne Buckley 2-0. NMSU-Meredith, S. 0-1; Nixon, Trashaun 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Idaho-Trey Williams 9-2; Bradley Njoku 8-2; Maxx Forde 5-4; QuayShawne Buckley 6-1; Quinton Bradley 4-3; Christian Whitehead 6-0; Matthew Willis 3-3; Roman Runner 3-2; Marc Millan 3-2; Jayshawn Jordan 3-1; Jordan Grabski 2-0; Eric Tuipulotu 1-0; D'Mario Carter 1-0; Tom Hennessey 1-0; Anthony Rice 1-0; Vince Keener 1-0; Jacob Sannon 1-0; Delency Parham 0-1; Marius Burgsmueller 0-1; Ryan Edwards 0-1. NMSU-Nixon, Trashaun 10-2; Cazares, Davis 11-0; Bonilla, Bryan 6-2; Butler, Rodney 3-4; Hill, Lewis 5-0; Auelua, Kalei 2-3; Johnson, Kawe 4-0; Eakins, Jay 3-1; Thomas-Davis, K 2-2; Mobley, Willie 1-3; Johnson, Darien 3-0; Smith, Justin 2-0; Joyner, Anthony 1-1; Laudermill, K. 1-1; Meredith, S. 1-1; Wallace, D. 1-0; Russell, Mason 1-0; Smith, Josh 1-0; TEAM 1-0; Brown, Jerrel 0-1; Oliva, Nick 0-1.

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University of Idaho 0 7 0 7 – 14 Florida State 21 21 17 21 – 80 FS–FREEMAN, D. 60 yd run (AGUAYO, R. kick) FS–BENJAMIN, K. 32 yd pass from WINSTON, J. (AGUAYO, R. kick) FS–SMITH, TEL. 79 yd interception return (AGUAYO, R. kick) FS–SHAW, K. 46 yd pass from WINSTON, J. (AGUAYO, R. kick) FS–WILDER, J. 1 yd run (AGUAYO, R. kick) UI–R. Montgomery 15 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick) FS–SHAW, K. 20 yd pass from WINSTON, J. (AGUAYO, R. kick) FS–BENJAMIN, K. 21 yd pass from WINSTON, J. (AGUAYO, R. kick) FS–WILLIAMS, K. 4 yd run (AGUAYO, R. kick) FS–AGUAYO, R. 42 yd field goal FS–WILLIAMS, K. 25 yd run (AGUAYO, R. kick) FS–GREEN, R. 2 yd pass from MAGUIRE, S. (AGUAYO, R. kick) FS–LEVENBERRY, E. 78 yd interception return (AGUAYO, R. kick) UI–Najee Lovett 14 yd pass from Josh McCain (Austin Rehkow kick) UI FIRST DOWNS 22 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 35-59 PASSING YDS (NET) 286 Passes Att-Comp-Int 45-21-4 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 80-345 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-11 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-99 Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-48.6 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-45 Possession Time 32:32 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-17

NMSU 24, Idaho 16 Nov. 30, 2013 • Memorial Stadium (14,661)


2013 TEAM STATISTICS

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE

UI 218 18.2 231 103 104 24 1659 2163 504 500 3.3 138.2 12 2770 224-424-13 6.5 12.4 230.8 15 4429 924 4.8 369.1 48-991 24-131 10-67 20.6 5.5 6.7

OPP 561 46.8 311 131 159 21 2563 2882 319 467 5.5 213.6 32 3790 304-450-10 8.4 12.5 315.8 40 6353 917 6.9 529.4 26-797 33-390 13-281 30.7 11.8 21.6

FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games

UI 23-14 79-677 56.4 75-3587 47.8 40.8 46-2814 61.2 35.2 31:15 69/209 33% 15/35 43% 23-168 -6 27 10-17 1-4 (27-36) 75% (19-36) 53% (26-27) 96% 73718 5/14744

OPP 15-9 80-716 59.7 51-2110 41.4 37.2 96-5982 62.3 40.3 28:43 80/171 47% 13/19 68% 52-359 0 76 10-14 0-1 (51-61) 84% (46-61) 75% (73-76) 96% 239899 7/34271 0/0

SCORE BY QUARTERS

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Total

University of Idaho Opponents

62 142

68 158

30 136

58 125

218 561

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2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING James Baker Josh McCain Jerrel Brown Chad Chalich Richard Montgomery Kristoffer Olugbode Taylor Davis Austin Rehkow Dezmon Epps Najee Lovett Austin DeCoud Total.......... Opponents......

GP Att 11 143 8 54 9 55 7 95 12 59 12 28 8 52 12 3 12 8 12 2 4 1 12 500 12 467

Gain Loss Net 617 24 593 301 78 223 236 20 216 415 211 204 224 28 196 96 0 96 196 121 75 41 7 34 30 15 15 7 0 7 0 0 0 2163 504 1659 2882 319 2563

Avg 4.1 4.1 3.9 2.1 3.3 3.4 1.4 11.3 1.9 3.5 0.0 3.3 5.5

TD 6 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 12 32

Long 38 34 47 52 13 11 17 40 17 4 0 52 64

Avg/G 53.9 27.9 24.0 29.1 16.3 8.0 9.4 2.8 1.2 0.6 0.0 138.2 213.6

Lng 73 64 40 0 73 85

Avg/G 165.5 174.9 27.8 0.0 230.8 315.8

PASSING Taylor Davis Chad Chalich Josh McCain TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 8 7 8 1 12 12

Effic Cmp-Att-Int 104.54 98-212-7 123.00 113-184-3 119.44 13-27-3 0.00 0-1-0 113.25 224-424-13 163.19 304-450-10

Pct 46.2 61.4 48.1 0.0 52.8 67.6

Yds 1324 1224 222 0 2770 3790

TD 8 5 2 0 15 40

RECEIVING Dezmon Epps Najee Lovett Deon Watson Michael LaGrone Richard Montgomery Roman Runner James Baker J Podrabsky Jacob Sannon Kristoffer Olugbode Jerrel Brown Clayton Homme Jake Manley Trent Cowan Kevin Shelton Eric Lemke Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 9 12 12 9 11 9 12 6 2 12 12

No. 79 36 24 18 17 12 8 7 5 4 4 3 3 2 1 1 224 304

Yds 980 429 279 257 176 106 177 104 84 55 32 46 11 20 13 1 2770 3790

Avg 12.4 11.9 11.6 14.3 10.4 8.8 22.1 14.9 16.8 13.8 8.0 15.3 3.7 10.0 13.0 1.0 12.4 12.5

TD 4 1 1 1 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 15 40

Long 68 35 39 59 64 36 73 21 41 23 18 31 6 12 13 1 73 85

Avg/G 81.7 35.8 23.2 21.4 14.7 8.8 16.1 11.6 7.0 4.6 3.6 4.2 1.2 1.7 2.2 0.5 230.8 315.8

PUNT RETURNS Avg 6.9 -9.0 11.0 0.0 5.5 11.8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 47 0 0 0 47 62

1

Yds 138 -18 11 0 131 390

10

No. Dezmon Epps 20 Najee Lovett 2 Jacob Sannon 1 Richard Montgomery 1 Total.......... 24 Opponents...... 33


2013 TEAM STATISTICS INTERCEPTIONS No. Trey Williams 3 Solomon Dixon 1 Roman Runner 1 Eric Tuipulotu 1 Jayshawn Jordan 1 Christian Whitehead 1 D’Mario Carter 1 Bradley Njoku 1 Total.......... 10 Opponents...... 13

Yds 45 0 0 0 0 1 3 18 67 281

Avg 15.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 3.0 18.0 6.7 21.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 37 0 0 0 0 1 3 18 37 79

No. 15 15 14 2 1 1 48 26

Yds 330 327 283 17 29 5 991 797

Avg 22.0 21.8 20.2 8.5 29.0 5.0 20.6 30.7

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 34 44 28 12 29 5 44 98

FUMBLE RETURNS No. Total.......... 0 Opponents...... 2

Yds 0 19

Avg 0.0 9.5

TD 0 1

Long 0 12

KICK RETURNS Najee Lovett Richard Montgomery Dezmon Epps Clayton Homme Jayshawn Jordan Michael LaGrone Total.......... Opponents......

SCORING TD FGs Kick Austin Rehkow 0 10-17 26-27 James Baker 9 0-0 0-0 Richard Montgomery 6 0-0 0-0 Dezmon Epps 4 0-0 0-0 Taylor Davis 3 0-0 0-0 Josh McCain 1 0-0 0-0 Najee Lovett 1 0-0 0-0 Michael LaGrone 1 0-0 0-0 Jake Manley 1 0-0 0-0 Deon Watson 1 0-0 0-0 Total.......... 27 10-17 26-27 Opponents...... 76 10-14 73-76

|------ PATs ------| Rush Rcv Pass DXP 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0

Saf Points 0 56 0 54 0 36 0 24 0 18 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 218 1 561

TOTAL OFFENSE Chad Chalich Taylor Davis James Baker Josh McCain Jerrel Brown Richard Montgomery Kristoffer Olugbode Austin Rehkow Dezmon Epps Najee Lovett Total.......... Opponents......

G 7 8 11 8 9 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Plays 279 264 143 81 55 59 28 3 8 2 924 917

Rush 204 75 593 223 216 196 96 34 15 7 1659 2563

Pass 1224 1324 0 222 0 0 0 0 0 0 2770 3790

Total 1428 1399 593 445 216 196 96 34 15 7 4429 6353

Avg/G 204.0 174.9 53.9 55.6 24.0 16.3 8.0 2.8 1.2 0.6 369.1 529.4

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2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS FG SEQUENCE University of Idaho North Texas 39 Wyoming 41,(41) NIU 39 Washington State 45 TEMPLE (39),50,(30),(38),(25) Fresno State Arkansas State (28) Ole Miss 27 Texas State 47 Old Dominion (41) Florida State NMSU (25),(27),(25)

OPPONENTS 42,(51) (25) (21),24 (38),(21) (50) (42) (23),29 (42) (36),45

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Austin Rehkow 10-17 PUNTING Austin Rehkow Total.......... Opponents......

No. 75 75 51

Pct 01-19 20-29 58.8 0-0 5-6 Yds 3587 3587 2110

Avg 47.8 47.8 41.4

30-39 3-5

Long 65 65 59

40-49 2-5 TB 7 7 4

50-99 0-1 FC 15 15 11

Lg 41

I20 24 24 11

Blk 1 Blkd 0 0 1

KICKOFFS Austin Rehkow Total.......... Opponents......

No. Yds 46 2814 46 2814 96 5982

Avg 61.2 61.2 62.3

TB 16 16 45

OB 3 3 2

Retn

Net

YdLn

797 991

35.2 40.3

29 24

ALL PURPOSE Rush 15 593 7 196 0 0 216 223 204 96 0 0 0 75 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1659 2563

Rec 980 177 429 176 279 257 32 0 0 55 106 104 84 0 46 0 0 0 20 0 13 11 0 0 1 2770 3790

PR 138 0 -18 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 131 390

KOR 283 0 330 327 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 29 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 991 797

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 0 0 0 18 0 0 3 1 0 67 281

Tot 1416 770 748 699 279 262 248 223 204 151 106 104 95 75 63 45 34 29 20 18 13 11 3 1 1 5618 7821

Avg/G 118.0 70.0 62.3 58.2 23.2 21.8 27.6 27.9 29.1 12.6 8.8 11.6 7.9 9.4 5.7 4.1 2.8 2.4 1.7 1.5 2.2 1.2 0.4 0.1 0.5 468.2 651.8

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G 12 11 12 12 12 12 9 8 7 12 12 9 12 8 11 11 12 12 12 12 6 9 7 8 2 12 12

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Dezmon Epps James Baker Najee Lovett Richard Montgomery Deon Watson Michael LaGrone Jerrel Brown Josh McCain Chad Chalich Kristoffer Olugbode Roman Runner J Podrabsky Jacob Sannon Taylor Davis Clayton Homme Trey Williams Austin Rehkow Jayshawn Jordan Trent Cowan Bradley Njoku Kevin Shelton Jake Manley D’Mario Carter Christian Whitehead Eric Lemke Total.......... Opponents......


2013 TEAM STATISTICS

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

23 2 4 40 7 39 8 41 57 87 28 20 10 47 91 43 27 94 55 3 5 36 30 25 44 80 13 83 86 45 22 60 6 98 38 90 5 85 93 8 81 7 1

GP Marc Millan 12-12 Bradley Njoku 12-12 Jayshawn Jordan 12-10 Maxx Forde 12-12 Trey Williams 11-7 Matthew Willis 12-5 Eric Tuipulotu 12-7 Juan Martinez 12-11 QuayShawne Buckley 12-9 Roman Runner 12-4 Solomon Dixon 5-5 Christian Whitehead 8-2 Broc Westlake 11-0 Jordan Grabski 9-2 Vince Keener 12-11 Quinton Bradley 8-5 Delency Parham 9-5 Marius Burgsmueller 12-7 Ryan Edwards 12-4 D’Mario Carter 7-1 Anthony Rice 11-0 Justin Parkins 10-0 Tom Hennessey 11-0 Desmond Banks 6-2 Tueni Luepamanu 11-0 Jacob Sannon 12-0 Trent Cowan 12-1 Deon Watson 12-10 Michael LaGrone 12-5 Jake Manley 9-2 Brandon Wells 1-0 Cody Elenz 8-8 Austin DeCoud 4-0 Aaron Lazaro 4-0 B Rodseth 2-0 Zach Cable 6-0 Austin Rehkow 12-0 Clayton Homme 11-5 Matthew Neal 3-0 Josh McCain 8-0 Taylor Elmo 11-3 James Baker 11-4 Dezmon Epps 12-7 Total.......... 12-0 Opponents...... 12-0

|-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp 69 21 90 11.0-46 4.0-30 . 4 71 18 89 3.0-3 . 1-18 2 68 9 77 3.0-4 . 1-0 9 44 19 63 9.0-39 5.5-28 . 3 50 8 58 2.0-3 . 3-45 1 43 14 57 3.0-22 2.0-21 . 1 38 16 54 1.0-4 . 1-0 . 30 20 50 1.0-2 . . 2 38 8 46 16.0-62 7.0-45 . . 28 4 32 4.0-29 1.0-3 1-0 1 29 2 31 3.0-9 1.0-3 1-0 3 25 2 27 . . 1-1 . 18 8 26 2.0-14 1.0-13 . . 20 4 24 3.0-6 . . 1 14 8 22 1.0-8 1.5-8 . . 11 9 20 2.0-17 3.0-17 . . 16 4 20 2.0-2 . . 2 14 6 20 2.0-4 . . . 9 9 18 1.0-1 . . . 7 7 14 . . 1-3 . 7 4 11 1.0-2 0.5-0 . . 8 2 10 . . . . 6 3 9 . . . 1 6 1 7 . . . 1 4 1 5 1.0-1 . . . 4 . 4 . . . . 4 . 4 . . . . 2 1 3 . . . . 3 . 3 . . . . 2 . 2 . . . . 2 . 2 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 1 . . . . . 1 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 699 211 910 71-278 23-168 10-67 31 712 239 951 106.0-500 52-359 13-281 47

|-Fumbles-| Blkd QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 3 . . . . 1 1-0 . . . . . . . . 4 2-0 1 2 . . 1-0 . . . 2 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 3-0 1 . . . . . . . 1 1-0 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 9-0 7 3 . 17 14-19 17 2 1

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Epps (W)

Runner (W)

Epps (W)

Epps (W)

Lovett (Z)

Epps (W)

Lovett (Z)

UNT

UW

NIU

WSU

TU

FSU

ASU

Epps (W)

Cowan

Epps (W)

Epps (W)

E

Forde

Forde

Forde

Forde

Forde

Forde

Forde

Forde

Forde

Forde

Forde

Forde

TSU

ODU

FSU

NMSU

Opp.

UNT

UW

NIU

WSU

TU

FSU

ASU

OLE MISS

TSU

ODU

FSU

NMSU

OLE MISS Lovett (Z)

WR

Opp.

Buckley

Buckley

Buckley

Buckley

Buckley

Buckley

Buckley

Buckley

Edwards

Edwards

Edwards

Edwards

N

Podrabsky (Y)

Homme (Y)

Homme (Y)

Homme (Y)

Elmo (Y)

LaGrone (Y)

LaGrone (Y)

LaGrone (Y)

LaGrone (Y)

LaGrone (Y)

Homme (Y)

Homme (Y)

TE

Keener

Keener

Keener

Keener

Keener

Keener

Keener

Keener

Buckley

Keener

Keener

Keener

DT

Woods

Woods

Woods

Elenz

Elenz

Elenz

Elenz

Elenz

Elenz

Elenz

White

Elenz

QT

Bradley

Bradley

Burgsmueller

Burgsmueller

Burgsmueller

Burgsmueller

Burgsmueller

Burgsmueller

Burgsmueller

Bradley

Bradley

Bradley

R

Matlock

Matlock

Matlock

Matlock

Matlock

Matlock

Matlock

Matlock

Von Rotz

Von Rotz

Von Rotz

Von Rotz

QG

Millan

Millan

Millan

Millan

Millan

Millan

Millan

Millan

Millan

Millan

Millan

Millan

SLB

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

Marboe

C

Martinez

Martinez

Martinez

Martinez

Martinez

Martinez

Martinez

Martinez

Martinez

Martinez

Martinez

ST

Willis

Willis

Willis

Willis

Willis

Tuipulotu

Tuipulotu

Tuipulotu

Tuipulotu

Tuipulotu

Tuipulotu

Tuipulotu

WLB

Von Rotz

Von Rotz

Von Rotz

Von Rotz

Von Rotz

J.Davis

Von Rotz

Von Rotz

J. Davis

J. Davis

J. Davis

J. Davis

DEFENSE

Martinez

MLB

Maile

Beale

Maile

Maile

Beale

Beale

Beale

Beale

Sandberg

Sandberg

Sandberg

Sandberg

SG

OFFENSE

Runner

Runner

Jordan

Jordan

Jordan

Jordan

Jordan

Whitehead

Jordan

Jordan

Jordan

Parham

CB

T. Davis

T. Davis

T. Davis

T. Davis

T. Davis

Chalich

Chalich

Chalich

Chalich

Chalich

Chalich

Chalich

QB

Whitehead

Parham

Parham

Banks

Banks

Parham

Dixon

Dixon

Parham

Dixon

Dixon

Dixon

CB

Watson (X)

Watson (X)

Watson (X)

Watson (X)

Watson (X)

Watson (X)

Watson (X)

Watson (X)

Watson (X)

Lovett (Z)

Lovett (Z)

Watson (X)

WR

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

Njoku

FS

Lovett (Z)

Lovett (Z)

Shelton (FB)

Shelton (FB)

Manley (FB)

Manley (FB)

Lovett (Z)

Elmo (T)

Manley (FB)

Klingenberg (T)

Olugbode

Brown

RB

2013 GAME BY GAME STARTERS

Williams

Williams

Williams

Williams

Williams

Siavii

Williams

Williams

Carter

Williams

Grabski

Grabski

SS

Montgomery

Montgomery

Baker

Baker

Baker

Baker

Olugbode

Montgomery

Montgomery

Montgomery

Elmo (Y)

Montgomery

RB

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

P

Rekhow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

Rehkow

K


2013 CAREERS STARTS/GAMES PLAYED James Baker Brett Ballard Desmond Banks Spencer Beale Quinton Bradley Jerrel Brown QuayShawne Buckley Marius Burgsmueller Zach Cable D’Mario Carter Chad Chalich Buck Cowan Jesse Davis * Taylor Davis Solomon Dixon Larry Dugan Ryan Edwards Cody Elenz Taylor Elmo Dezmon Epps Maxx Forde Jordan Grabski Tom Hennessey Clayton Homme Jayshawn Jordan Vince Keener Jared Klingenberg Aaron Lazaro Mike LaGrone Eric Lemke Najee Lovett Tueni Luepamanu Sione Maile Jake Manley Mike Marboe Juan Martinez Steve Matlock Josh McCain Marc Millan Richard Montgomery Matthew Neal Bradley Njoku Kristoffer Olugbode Delency Parham Justin Parkins Justin Podrabsky Austin Rehkow Anthony Rice Brennett Rodseth Roman Runner Dallas Sandberg Jacob Sannon Kevin Shelton Russell Siavii Maurice Trotter Eric Tuipulotu Nick Von Rotz Deon Watson Broc Westlake Calvin White Christian Whitehead Trey Williams Matt Willis Mason Woods

2013 4/11 4 2/8 5/10 4/6 1/9 9/12 7/12 7 1/7 7/7 1/12 5/5 5/10 5/5 11 4/12 8/8 3/12 7/12 12/12 2/11 12 5/11 9/12 11/12 6 4 6/12 2 8/12 11 3/5 1/9 12/12 12/12 8/8 8 12/12 5/12 3 12/12 2/12 5/9 11 11 12/12 11 1 3/12 4/4 12 2/8 1/6 7 7/12 12/12 10/12 11 1/3 2/8 8/12 5/12 3/3

2012 5/12 na 4/11 1/11 na 8 12 na 10 na 12/12 1/5 4/12 3 2/12 12/12 na 11/12 na na 9/12 10 4/12 9/12 na 10/12 na na 2/12 12/12 na na na na na na 2/12 na na 12 9 na na 2/11 10/11 na na na na na na na na na 4/11 1/11 na

2011 na na na 6/12 na na na 3/7 na na na 8/12 na na na 1/11

2010 na na na na na na na na na na na na na na 3 na na 7/11 na na na na -

na 7/12 na na na 12/12 na na na na na na na na na na na na na na 9 na na na na na na

na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na

Total 10/21 4 2/8 10/21 5/17 1/9 24/33 7/24 7 1/17 7/7 1/12 17/17 9/22 9/17 17 6/24 20/20 18/35 7/12 23/24 2/11 12 15/34 9/22 14/24 6 4 22/36 2 19/24 11 3/5 4/21 36/36 12/12 8/8 8 12/12 5/12 3 14/24 2/12 5/9 23 20 12/12 11 1 4/23 14/15 12 2/8 1/6 16 7/12 12/12 10/12 11 1/3 2/8 12/22 6/23 3/3

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2013 SCORING DRIVES

QTR

PLAYS

YDS

TOP

SCORING PLAY

4

AT UNT 1st

GAME CLOCK

75

2:00

Manley 6 pass from Chalich

13:00

AT WYOMING 4th 13 4th 12

56 80

4:14 4:07

Rehkow 41 FG Baker 1 run

6:15 00:18

VS. NIU 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 4th

10 4 9 9 6

75 62 87 74 36

3:38 1:34 2:37 4:01 2:05

Baker 1 run Montgomery 27 pass from Chalich Baker 37 pass from Chalich McCain 34 run Baker 1 run

11:22 3:45 14:51 9:35 14:19

VS. TEMPLE 1st 3 2nd 9 2nd 12 3rd 6 4th 6 4th 9

75 80 54 47 59 49

0;56 3:23 4:53 3:02 2:17 3:59

Montgomery 64 pass from Chalich Montgomery 5 run Rehkow 39 FG Rehkow 30 FG Rehkow 38 FG Rehkow 25 FG

12:20 8:39 1:21 5:09 14:10 6:11

VS. FRESNO STATE 4th 8 63 4th 11 66

2:14 2:49

Epps 16 pass from McCain Baker 15 pass from Chalich

13:11 5:49

AT ARKANSAS STATE 1st 4 42 3rd 10 60 3rd 6 39 4th 9 74

1:42 3:33 1:51 3:22

Baker 4 run Rehkow 28 FG Epps 15 pass from T. Davis Baker 1 run

1:29 7:09 4:09 14:22

AT OLE MISS 2nd 9 3rd 6

75 75

3:30 2:49

T. Davis 2 run Epps 62 pass from T. Davis

13:09 6:04

VS. TEXAS STATE 1st 11 75 2nd 10 75 4th 14 78

4:28 3:28 4:44

Watson 20 pass from T. Davis Baker 7 run Montgomery 10 pass from T. Davis

VS. OLD DOMINION 1st 1 73 1st 4 31 1st 7 70 2nd 13 74 2nd 2 65 3rd 8 67

:19 2:01 2:08 6:25 :48 3:04

Baker 73 pass from T. Davis T. Davis 17 run T. Davis 12 run Rehkow 41 FG Epps 66 pass from T. Davis Montgomery 12 run

14:41 11:41 2:36 9:50 1:51 1:20

AT FLORIDA STATE 2nd 10 63 4th 9 75

1:44 3:37

Montgomery 15 pass from T. Davis Lovett 14 pass from McCain

00:41 00:42

AT NMSU 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd

2:48 5:30 1:27 4:23

LaGrone 56 pass from T. Davis Rehkow 25 FG Rehkow 27 FG Rehkow 25 FG

14:11 7:34 4:48 4:51

AT WSU

7

77 69 1 55

10

6 13 4 10

7:25 3:48 3:43


2013 BIG GAMES

RUSHING YARDS James Baker James Baker Chad Chalich

150 114 114

at Arkansas State vs. Texas State vs. Temple

Oct. 12, 2013 Nov. 2, 2013 Sept. 28, 2013

RUSHING CARRIES James Baker Chad Chalich James Baker

23 20 19

at Arkansas State vs. Northern Illinois vs. Northern Illinois

Oct. 12, 2103 Sept. 14, 2013 Sept. 14, 2013

RECEIVING YARDS Dezmon Epps Dezmon Epps Dezmon Epps Richard Montgomery

175 126 110 102

vs. Old Dominion at Florida State vs. Northern Illinois vs. Temple

Nov. 2, 2013 Nov. 23, 2013 Sept. 14, 2013 Sept. 28, 2013

RECEPTIONS Dezmon Epps Dezmon Epps Dezmon Epps Dezmon Epps Dezmon Epps

9 9 8 8 8

vs. Northern Illinois vs. Old Dominion at North Texas at Arkansas State at New Mexico State

Sept. 14, 2013 Nov. 2, 2013 Aug. 31, 2013 Oct. 12, 2013 Nov. 30, 2013

PASSING YARDS Chad Chalich Taylor Davis Taylor Davis

310 250 220

vs. Temple at New Mexico State at Florida State

Sept. 28, 2013 Nov. 30, 2013 Nov. 23, 2013

PASS COMPLETIONS Chad Chalich Chad Chalich Taylor Davis Taylor Davis PASS ATTEMPTS Chad Chalich Taylor Davis Taylor Davis Taylor Davis

26 22 21 20 43 41 39 38

vs. Temple at Wyoming at New Mexico State vs. Texas State vs. Temple at New Mexico State at Arkansas State at Florida State

Sept. 28, 2013 Sept. 7, 2013 Nov. 30, 2013 Nov. 2, 2013 Sept. 28, 2013 Nov. 30, 2013 Oct. 12, 2013 Nov. 23, 2013

ALL PURPOSE YARDS Dezmon Epps 248 Dezmon Epps 197 Richard Montgomery 170

vs. Old Dominion at Florida State vs. Northern Illinois

Nov. 2, 2013 Nov. 23, 2013 Sept. 14, 2013

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Chad Chalich 424 Taylor Davis 274 Chad Chalich 251

vs. Temple at New Mexico State at North Texas

Sept. 28, 2013 Nov. 30, 2013 Aug. 31, 2013

TACKLES Bradley Njoku Roman Runner Marc Millan Trey Williams 2013 TACKLES FOR LOSS Roman Runner Marc Millan Q. Buckley Maxx Forde

15 (12/3) vs. Fresno State 13 (11/2) at Florida State 11 (4/7) at Arkansas State 11 (7/4) at New Mexico State

3.5 (-18) at Florida State 3.0 (-15) at Wyoming 3.0 (-10) vs. Temple 3.0 (-12) vs. Old Dominion

SACKS Marc Millan

2 (-14) at Wyoming

INTERCEPTIONS Bradley Njoku D’Mario Carter Solomon Dixon Jayshawn Jordan Eric Tuipulotu Trey Williams Trey Williams Trey Williams Jayshawn Jordan

1 (18) 1 (3) 1 (0) 1 (0) 1 (0) 1 (37) 1 (8) 1 (0) 1 (0)

Oct. 5, 2013 Nov. 23, 2013 Oct. 12, 2013 Nov. 30,

Nov. 23, 2013 Sept. 7, 2103 Sept. 28, 2013 Sept. 2, 2013 Sept. 7, 2013

at North Texas at Washington State at Wyoming vs. Fresno State vs. Fresno State at Arkansas State vs. Old Dominion at Florida State at New Mexico State

Aug. 31, 2013 Sept. 21, 2013 Sept. 7, 2013 Oct. 5, 2013 Oct. 5, 2013 Oct. 12, 2013 Nov. 2, 2013 Nov. 23, 2013 Nov. 30, 2013

FUMBLE RECOVERIES Jordan Grabski 2 (-3) at North Texas Maxx Forde 2 (0) at Washington State

Aug. 31, 2013 Sept. 21, 2013

PUNT RETURNS Dezmon Epps

vs. Northern Illinois

Sept. 14, 2013

PUNT RETURN YARDS Dezmon Epps 47 Dezmon Epps 34

5

vs. Old Dominion vs. Northern Illinois

Nov. 2, 2013 Sept. 14, 2013

KICKOFF RETURNS Najee Lovett

5

at Arkansas State

Oct. 12, 2013

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS Najee Lovett 96

at Arkansas State

Oct. 12, 2013

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9

HISTORY


ALL-TIME COACHES

Chris Tormey Keith Gilbertson

First bowl victory – 1998 Humanitarian

All-time winning percentage (.757)

NAME

RECORD

YEARS

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 W.C. Bleasmaster

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

1986-88 1989-94 1982-85, 2006 1995-99 1920-21 1900-01 1902-06, 1910-14 1922-25 1907-08 1970-73 1965-67 1909 1926-28 1929-34 1919 1962-64 1916-17

SEASONS PCT.

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

.757 .716 .610 .589 .571 .571 .538 .500 .500 .455 .433 .429 .417 .400 .400 .393 .385

NAME

RECORD

YEARS

SEASONS

Dixie Howell 13-20-1 1947-50 Francis Schmidt 7-12-0 1941-42 Ed Troxel 16-25-3 1974-77 Y.C. McNease 7-13-0 1968-69 Jerry Davitch 15-29-0 1978-81 Ted Bank 18-32-4 1935-40 Robb Akey 20-50 2007-12 Skip Stahley 22-51-2 1954-61 Babe Curfman 7-19-1 1951-53 Tom Cable 11-35-0 2000-03 Nick Holt 5-18-0 2004-05 Paul Petrino 1-12-0 2013C.M. Rademacher 1-4-1 1915 J.A. Brown 2-15-0 1945-46 Jason Gesser * 0-4 2012 G.E. Higgins 0-5-0 1894-95, 1897-98 Morse 0-4-0 1899 * interim coach for final four games of 2012 season

John L. Smith

Dennis Erickson

Second all-time winning percentage

Third all-time winning percentage

4 2 4 2 4 6 6 8 3 4 2 1 1 2 * 4 1

PCT

.371 .368 .364 .350 .341 .333 .286 .293 .259 .239 .217 .083 .167 .117 .000 .000 .000

11 0


ALL-TIME COACHES G.E. Higgins G.E. Higgins No Team G.E. Higgins G.E. Higgins Morse F.D. Herbold F.D. Herbold J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J. R. Middleton J. R. Middleton John S. Grogan J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith J.G. Griffith C.M. Rademacher W.C. Bleasmaster W.C. Bleasmaster No Team Ralph Hutchinson Thomas Kelley Thomas Kelley Robert Mathews Robert Mathews Robert Mathews Robert Mathews Charles F. Erb Charles F. Erb Charles F. Erb Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Leo B. Calland Ted Bank Ted Bank Ted Bank Ted Bank Ted Bank Ted Bank Francis Schmidt Francis Schmidt no team no team J.A. Brown J.A. Brown Dixie Howell Dixie Howell Dixie Howell Dixie Howell Babe Curfman Babe Curfman Babe Curfman Skip Stahley

OVERALL

CONF.

FIN.

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

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

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

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

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

YEAR

COACH

CONF.

FIN.

1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2012 2013

Skip Stahley 2-7-0 0-4-0 Skip Stahley 4-5-0 0-4-0 Skip Stahley 4-4-1 0-3-0 Skip Stahley 4-5-0 0-3-0 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 3-1-0 Stephen Musseau 4-6-0 3-1-0 Stephen Musseau 4-6-0 2-2-0 Y.C. McNease 5-5-0 3-1-0 Y.C. McNease 2-8-0 1-3-0 Don Robbins 4-7-0 2-2-0 Don Robbins 8-3-0 4-1-0 Don Robbins 4-7-0 2-3-0 Don Robbins 4-7-0 3-2-0 Ed Troxel 2-8-1 2-2-1 Ed Troxel 4-5-2 2-2-2 Ed Troxel 7-4-0 5-1-0 Ed Troxel 3-8-0 2-4-0 Jerry Davitch 2-9-0 2-4-0 Jerry Davitch 4-7-0 2-5-0 Jerry Davitch 6-5-0 4-3-0 Jerry Davitch 3-8-0 0-7-0 Dennis Erickson 9-4-0 5-2-0 Dennis Erickson 8-3-0 4-3-0 Dennis Erickson 6-5-0 4-3-0 Dennis Erickson 9-3-0 6-1-0 Keith Gilbertson 8-4-0 5-2-0 Keith Gilbertson 9-3-0 7-1-0 Keith Gilbertson 11-2-0 7-1-0 John L. Smith 9-3-0 8-0-0 John L. Smith 9-4-0 6-2 John L. Smith 6-5-0 4-4 John L. Smith 9-3-0 6-1 John L. Smith 11-3-0 5-2 John L. Smith 9-3-0 5-2 Chris Tormey 6-5-0 4-3 Chris Tormey 6-5-0 3-2 Chris Tormey 5-6-0 2-3 Chris Tormey 9-3-0 4-1 Chris Tormey 7-4-0 4-2 Tom Cable 5-6-0 3-2 Tom Cable 1-10-0 1-5 Tom Cable 2-10-0 1-5 Tom Cable 3-9-0 3-4 Nick Holt 3-9-0 2-5 Nick Holt 2-9-0 2-6 Dennis Erickson 4-8-0 3-5 Robb Akey 1-11-0 0-8 Robb Akey 2-10-0 1-7 Robb Akey 8-5-0 4-4 Robb Akey 6-7-0 3-5 Robb Akey 2-10-0 1-6 Robb Akey 1-7 1-2 Jason Gesser 0-4 0-3 Paul Petrino 1-11 NA * team finished sixth in the WAC ! Interim coach for final four games

OVERALL

9th 9th 9th 9th

T1st 2nd T2nd T1st 4th T3rd 1st 5th 3rd T4th 2nd T4th 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 6th 8th * !*

1

COACH

1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954

11

YEAR


NFL VANDALS

BENSON MAYOWA MAYOW OW WA

JUSTIN VELTUNG VELTUN VELTU UNG

GARY WALKER

KOREY TOOMER ER

JOJO DICKSON

Free agent 2013 draft

Free agent 2013 draft

Free agent 2013 draft

Fifth round 2012 draft

Free agent 2011 draft

FINAL IDAHO SEASON RND

PICK PLAYER

2012

2011 5

2010 5 5 7 2009 1

19 154

13 144 29 160 35 238 17 17

2008 7

12 221

2007 7

45 252

2006

2005 2004 5

9

141

2003 2002

2001 7

27 227

NAME

Bobby Cowan Gary Walker Benson Mayowa Justin Veltung Korey Toomer Princeton McCarty Tyrone Novikoff Michael Cosgrove Matt Cleveland Shiloh Keo Nathan Enderle Daniel Hardy 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

TEAM

Oakland Baltimore Seattle Seattle Seattle Carolina Dallas Detroit Cleveland Texans Bears Buccaneers 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

POSITION

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

FINAL IDAHO SEASON RND

2000 5 1997 3 1996 6

PICK PLAYER

7 136 8 68 23 190

1995 1994 4 1993 4 1992 1991

13 116 14 98

1990 6

1

1989 6 10

12 151 12 263

138

1988

1987

1986 12 1985 1984 10

18 323

1983 7 1982 7

9 177 24 191

11 6

26 305 15 153

1980 1978 1977 1976 1974

4 13 10 13 1973 16

14 266

3 20 6 5 10

87 367 240 317 400

NAME

Mao Tosi Ryan Phillips Jim Mills Eddie Howard Dwight McKinzie Sherriden May Mike Hollis Alan Allen Doug Nussmeier Jeff Robinson Kasey Dunn Charlie Oliver Kris McCall John Friesz Lee Allen Marvin Washington Mark Schlereth Richard Carey Ken Hobart Cal Loveall Pete Wilkins Brant Bengen Scott Linehan Tom Cable Eric Yarber Joe Smiley Kurt Vestman Shawn Jackson Brian Allen Sam Merriman Tom Coombs Jay Hayes Russell Davis Mark McNeal Joe Pellegrini John Yarno Craig Crnick Bob Van Duyne Randy Hall Ken Muhlbeier Steve Hunter

TEAM

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

POSITION

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

11 2


NFL VANDALS

NATHAN ENDERLE

SHILOH LO LOH OH KEO

MIKE MIK KE IUPATI IUPATI IUP

T.J. T J CONLEY CONLEY ONLEY

JAKE SCOTT

Fifth round 2011 draft

Fifth round 2011 draft

First round 2010 draft

Free agent 2009

Fifth round 2005 draft

16 146 7 241 12 428

1971

1970 4 15 17

11 89 19 383 8 424

1969

1968 1967 1 5 8 9

13 13 19 126 7 192 1 212

1966 5 7 14 15

13 77 13 108 10 210 3 218

1965 14

9

1964 10 11 15 1963

11 137 1 141 7 203

1961 8

4

191

102

NAME

Fred Riley Andy Kupp Ron Linehan Robert Williams 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

TEAM

Falcons Saints Steelers Cowboys 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

POSITION

WR G LB RB 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

FINAL IDAHO SEASON RND

PICK PLAYER

1960 7 11 1959 6 1958 4 4 11 16 18 1957 11 1955 15 1954 18 29 1953 26 1952 9 1951 16 21 28 1950 5 28 1948 27 1947

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

75 128 70 39 45 127 183 216 129 178 217 349 303 105 191 250 335 61 360 248

1945 29 1943 20 26 30 1942 1939 8 12 1938

11 6 1 4

307 186 241 284

7 6

67 106

1936 4 1935 1933 1929

7

34

1926 1924

NAME

Jim Norton Stan Fanning 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

TEAM

Lions Bears 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

POSITION

WR T 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

3

1972 6 10 17

PICK PLAYER

11

FINAL IDAHO SEASON RND


VANDAL LEGENDS

#17 JOHN FRIESZ

#9 KEN HOBART

#64 JERRY KRAMER

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 10-year professional career. An active member in his community, he has hosted a golf tournament benefiting the American Diabetes Association. A member of Big Brothers & Big Sisters, Friesz also participates in numerous charity events for the Special Olympics.

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

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

1986-89

1981-83

1954-57

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VANDAL LEGENDS

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

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

1973-76

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


ALL-AMERICANS

At right, Austin Rehkow became the first freshman in school history to earn All-American honors with his selection to the Walter Camp All-American team. At left, 2009 consensus All-American Mike Iupati is shown visiting with Idaho’s first All-American, Jerry Kramer, before the 2009 Humanitarian Bowl. 1957 1965 1966 1969 1976 1979

Jerry Kramer Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Jerry Hendren John Yarno Kyle Riddell

Guard Running back Running back Receiver Center Defensive tackle

1991

AP 1st Team

1982 Ken Hobart

Quarterback

1983 1985 1986 1987 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989

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 Lee Allen 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

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

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

AP 2nd Team

Kasey Dunn

Wide receiver

AP, KDK, TSN, WC, FBG 1st Team 1991 Jeff Robinson Defensive end FBG 1st, AP, TSN 2nd 1991 Tom Sugg Punter FBG 1st, AP 2nd 1991 Ela Ala’ilima-Daley Tight end FBG 2nd 1991 Doug Nussmeier Quarterback FBG HM 1991 Jody Schnug Offensive tackle FBG Honorable Mention 1992 Jeff Robinson Defensive end AP, KDK, TSN, WC, FBG 1st team 1992 Yo Murphy Wide receiver AP, TSN, WC 1st team 1992 Chris Schneider Offensive guard TSN 2nd Team 1992 Jody Schnug Offensive tackle TSN 2nd Team 1993 Doug Nussmeier Quarterback AP, KDK, TSN, WC, FBG 1st TSN Walter Payton Player of the Year 1993 Mat Groshong Center TSN, WC 1st, AP 2nd 1993 Sherriden May Running back AP 2nd 1993 Jody Schnug Offensive tackle TSN 2nd 1994 Sherriden May Running back AP, AFCA, TSN, FBG 1st team 1994 Jim Mills Offensive tackle TSN 1st team, AP FBG 2nd team 1994 Kyle Gary Wide receiver TSN 2nd team, FBG HM 1994 Ryan Phillips Defensive end AP, FBG 2nd team 1994 Ryan Woolverton Kicker FBG, TSN HM 1994 Duke Garrett Linebacker FBG, TSN HM 1995 Ryan Phillips Defensive end AFCA, FBG, 1st team AP, 3rd team 1995 Dave Longoria Linebacker FBG, honorable mention 1995 Dwight McKinzie Wide receiver FBG, honorable mention 2001 Brandon Kania Defensive end TSN!, 2nd team all-freshman 2006 Stanley Franks Cornerback SI.com, honorable mention 2008 T.J. Conley Punter WC, TSN!, ESPN 1st AP, second; Rivals.com, third 2009 Mike Iupati Offensive guard WC, FWAA, AFCA, AP 1st TSN 2nd 2011 Bobby Cowan Punter FWAA,1st 2013 Austin Rehkow Punter WC

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ALL-STARS

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

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 American Bowl East-West Shrine Senior Bowl East-West Shrine East-West Shrine

1982 1989 1989 1989 1992 1993 1994 1996 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 2007 2009 2010

2011 2012 2013

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 Jake Scott David Vobora Mike Iupati Shiloh Keo Shiloh Keo Nathan Enderle Nathan Enderle Korey Toomer Tyrone Novikoff Trey Farquhar Bobby Cowan James Baker

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 Offensive tackle Linebacker Offensive guard Safety Safety Quarterback Quarterback Linebacker Offensive line Kicker Punter Runnng back

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 Senior Bowl East-West Shrine Senior Bowl East-West Shrine Players All-Star Classic Players All-Star Classic Texas vs. The Nation NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Medal of Honor Bowl

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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 Fred Riley Ken Muhlbeier John Yarno Center John Yarno Center Joe Pellegrini

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CONFERENCE HONORS

Receiver Dezmon Epps and punter Austin Rehkow were first-team all-Independent choices in 2013, with Rehkow honored as the Special Teams Player of the Year.

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

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

ALL-BIG WEST (FIRST TEAM) 1996 – DE Ryan Phillips, WR Antonio Wilson, RB Joel Thomas, OL Steve Zenk, DE Barry Mitchell 1997 – WR Antonio Wilson, DT Tim Wilson, LB James Durrough, CB Arnold Gunn 1998 – RB Joel Thomas, OT Rick DeMulling, LB Ryan Skinner 1999 – OT Rick DeMulling, DT Mao Tosi, LB Chris Nofoaiga, SS Bryson Gardner 2000 – TB Willie Alderson, OG Rick DeMulling, TE Mike Roberg, NT Wil Beck ALL-SUN BELT (FIRST TEAM) 2001 – WR Chris Lacy 2002 – QB Brian Lindgren, LB Jordan Kramer 2003 – TB Zach Gerstner 2004 -WR Bobby Bernal-Wood, LB Cole Snyder ALL-WESTERN ATHLETIC (FIRST TEAM) 2005 – LB Cole Snyder, K Mike Barrow 2006 – LB David Vobora, CB Stanley Franks, OG Jade Tadvick 2007 – LB David Vobora 2008 – C Adam Korby, H-back Eddie Williams, P T.J. Conley 2009 – OG Mike Iupati, S Shiloh Keo 2010 – P Bobby Cowan 2012 – K Trey Farquhar, S Gary Walker FBS INDEPENDENT (FIRST TEAM) 2013 – WR Dezmon Epps, P Austin Rehkow* * Special Teams Player of the Year

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CONFERENCE HONORS MULTIPLE ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS THREE-TIME SELECTIONS Ron Linehan Linebacker 1969-71 John Friesz Quarterback 1987-89 Jeff Robinson Defensive end 1990-92 Sherriden May Running back 1991-93 Ryan Phillips Defensive end 1994-96 Rick DeMulling Offensive tackle 1998-2000 TWO-TIME SELECTIONS Dick Arndt Defensive tackle J.C. Chadband Fullback Ken Dotson Defensive back Steve Duncanson Tight end Kasey Dunn Wide receiver Greg Hale Offensive line Jerry Hendren Wide receiver Tom Hennessey Linebacker Ken Hobart Quarterback Gus Irving Halfback Rand Marquess Linebacker Ray McDonald Running back

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

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

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

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 WEST CONFERENCE 1996 – QB Ryan Fien (2), WR David Griffin (special teams), WR Antonio Wilson, DE Barry Mitchell 1997 – QB Brian Brennan, LB James Durrough, Special teams Tom Rayner 1998 – RB Joel Thomas (2), QB Greg Robertson, WR Ryan Prestimonico, DT Mao Tosi, PR Vern Benard 1999 – LB Chris Nofoaiga (3), Ben Davis (2), RB Anthony Tenner, WR Rossi Martin, QB Greg Robertson, Justin Spiva 2000 – TB Willie Alderson (2), QB John Welsh, FS Jordan Kramer, LB Chris Nofoaiga, CB Dennis Gibbs, K Ben Davis (2) SUN BELT CONFERENCE 2001 – RB Anthony Tenner, QB John Welsh (2) 2002 – QB Brian Lindgren 2003 – QB Brian Lindgren, LB Mike Anderson, DE Kody Kraus WESTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 2005 – QB Steve Wichman, LB Mike Anderson, K Mike Barrow 2006 – K Tino Amancio 2007 – LB Brandon Ogletree 2008 – CB Isaac Butts, DE Josh Shaw, Special teams Eric Hunter 2009 – Punter Bobby Cowan, LB JoJo Dickson, QB Nate Enderle, K Trey Farquhar, S Shiloh Keo, DE Aaron Lavarias, Special teams Justin Veltung 2010 – DE Aaron Lavarias, K Trey Farquhar, LB Robert Siavii 2011 – Justin Hernandez (special teams) 2012 – Trey Farquhar (kicker)

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


TEAM AWARDS MOST VALUABLE VAL ALUA UABL UA B E PLAYERS BL PL L

JOHN FRIESZ MVP 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 2010 2011 2012 2013 20 201 2 0 3

WR WR 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 S LB

Jerry Jerr erryy Hendren Hend Hend dren r Spokane, Spoka Sp oka okane ane e Wash. Jerry Je err rry Hendren Hend Hend dren e Spokane, Spoka Sp pokane ne 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. Shiloh Keo Everett, Wash. Korey Toomer Las Vegas, Nev. No recipient WR WR Dezmon De Dezm ezm mon o Epps Epps Sacramento, Sacr Sacr a ame amento n , Calif. Calif. alil f. f

VANDAL PRIDE STRENGTH AWARD 2008 20 200 00 0 08 2009 200 2 00 09 2010 2011 2012 2013

Devon De evo von Sturdivant Sttur urdiv urdiv divan ant nt Tre`Shawn Trre` re e Sha Sh hawn wn Robinson Rob R ob o ins nsson o Jonah Sataraka Tre`Shawn Robinson Bobby Cowan Mike Marboe

Boise, Boise Boise Bo s , Idaho se Idah dah a aho ho Upland, Upllan U Up and nd Calif. n Ca aliif al Puyallup, Wash. Upland, Calif. Vancover, Wash. Wenatchee, Wash.

KATHY CLARK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE 200 2000 00 00 200 200 2001 01 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Rick Rick icckk Giampietri Giiamp G mp mpiet piet etririi Brad Brrad Bra ad Rice Ricce Ri e Kody Kraus Brian Lindgren Tim Bertalot Jayson Bird Jayson Bird T.J. Conley Adam Juratovac Aaron Lavarias Daniel Micheletti Mike Marboe Jacob Sannon

Spokane, S ka Sp Spo k e, kan e Wash. Wa h. Was h Lewiston, Lew L ew e ist istton is on Idaho Id daho a Rexburg, Idaho Walla Walla, Wash. Portland, Ore. Shelley, Idaho Shelley, Idaho Walla Walla, Wash. Palo Alto, Calif. Woodinville, Wash. Meridian, Idaho Wenatchee, Wash. Bradenton, Fla.

OFFENSE 197 1970 9 0 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

2011 2012 2013

QB 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 WR RB WR WR

St e Ol Steve Olson O son Olso Lewiston, Le Le i t Idaho Id h Fred Silsbee, Texas red ed d Riley ley S Ken Muhlbeier Pasco, Wash. Rick Seefried Spokane, Wash. Mark Fredback Seattle, Wash. Dave Comstock Pocatello, Idaho John Yarno Spokane, Wash. Craig Juntunen Saratoga, Calif. Kirk Allen Malad, Idaho Glen White Fort Sill, Okla. Ken Hobart Kamiah, Idaho Russell Davis Renton, Wash. Ken Hobart Kamiah, Idaho Ken Hobart Kamiah, Idaho Ken Hobart Kamiah, Idaho Scott Auker Fruitland, Idaho Scott Auker Fruitland, Idaho Eric Yarber Los Angeles, Calif. Scott Linehan Sunnyside, Wash. Neosia Morris Los Angeles, Calif. John Jake Los Angeles, Calif. Lee Allen Seattle, Wash. Kasey Dunn Poulsbo, Wash. Elia Ala’ilima-Daley Leavenworth, Wash. Yo Murphy Idaho Falls, Idaho Joel Thomas Port Angeles, Wash. Jody Schnug Spokane, Wash. Kyle Gary Sacramento, Calif. Dwight McKinzie Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Ryan Fien Simi Valley, Calif. Antonio Wilson Los Angeles, Calif. Joel Thomas Port Angeles, Wash. Michael Moody Long Beach, Calif. Willie Alderson Nampa, Idaho Chris Lacy San Jose,Calif. Josh Jelmberg Kennewick, Wash. Zach Gerstner Canby, Ore. Jayson Bird Shelley, Idaho D.J. Smith Houston, Texas Wendell Octave St. James, La. Deonte` Jackson Warren, Ark. Eddie Williams San Mateo, Calif. Max Komar Auburn, Wash. Eric Greenwood Edmonds, Wash. Kama Bailey Honolulu, Hawai`i Mike Scott East Palo Alto, Calif. Dezmon Epps Sacramento, Calif.

SPECIAL TEAMS IRONMAN 2008 00 08 00 0 09 2009 2010 2011

Andrew Andr And ndr nd d re ew w Blevins Blevin Ble le evi vins vins vin Devo evo ev on Sturdivant S Stu turdiv tur d an div ant ntt n Devon Brandon Artz John McKinley Tyler Brooks 2012 Justin Parkins 2013 Tom Hennessey

Spokane, Spok okka o ane ne, Wash. ne Was ash ash sh Boise Boise Bo i e Idaho Id dah ah a Boise, Grandview, Wash. Arimo,Idaho Orofino, Idaho Moscow, Idaho Mountain Home, Idaho

DEFENSE 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2 201 012 2 2012 20 201 2 0 3 2013

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 DE LB S DT DT

Ron o Linehan Lin neha h n Sunn un Ron Sunnyside, Wash. Billllllyy Cady Cad a Stt Maries, Idaho S Billy St. Mike Newell Twin Falls, Idaho Lloyd Grimsrud Portland, Ore. Bill Keilty Glendora, Calif. Bill Keilty Glendora, Calif. Chris Tormey Spokane, Wash. Chris Tormey Spokane, Wash. Rick Linehan Sunnyside, Wash. Mark McNeal Cheney, Wash. Larry Barker Medford, Ore. Sam Merriman Tucson, Ariz. Kelly Miller Valencia, Calif. Sam Merriman Tucson, Ariz. Boyce Bailey Idaho Falls, Idaho Ed Rifilato Long Beach, Calif. Tom Hennessey Boise, Idaho Tom Hennessey Boise, Idaho Pete Wilkins Spokane, Wash. Jerry Medved Tacoma, Wash. Charlie Oliver Spokane, Wash. Jeff Robinson Spokane, Wash. Jeff Robinson Spokane, Wash. Jeff Robinson Spokane, Wash. Jason Shelt Kennewick, Wash. Ryan Phillips Auburn, Wash. Ryan Phillips Auburn, Wash. Jason Shelt Kennewick, Wash. Tim Wilson Seattle, Wash. Ryan Skinner Lewiston, Idaho Chris Nofoaiga Tacoma, Wash. Wil Beck Veradale, Wash. Brad Rice Lewiston, Idaho Jordan Kramer Parma, Idaho Brian Howard Kent, Wash. Cole Snyder Kamiah, Idaho Cole Snyder Kamiah, Idaho Stanley Franks Long Beach, Calif. David Vobora Eugene, Ore. Josh Shaw Spokane, Wash. Aaron Lavarias Woodinville, Wash. Aaron Lavarias Woodinville, Wash. Korey Toomer Las Vegas, Nev. Garyy Walker Ga Wal Wa alker ke Redla Re dlandss, Calif. C Cali a f. Gary Redlands, Quay uayyshawne sha hawne Buckley Buckl Bu Buckl kley ey Ont ntari ario, riro o,, Calif. Ca Cal C alifif. ff. Quayshawne Ontario,

WAYNE ANDERSON COACHES AWARD 199 1 95 1995 199 99 96 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Aver veryy Slaughter ve Sla lau aught ghtter er Sea Seattl attl ttle, e Wash. e, Was ash. h. Avery Seattle, Davi viid Griffi vid Grrififffin n Fonta Fo nta ana, na Ca C llifiif. David Fontana, Calif. Jeff Pankratz Boise, Idaho Willie Alderson Nampa, Idaho Greg Robertson Smithfield, Utah Mike Roberg Spokane, Wash. John Welsh Oak Forest, Ill. Chad Troxel Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Chad Troxel Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Brian Yarno Redmond, Wash. Mike Anderson Lewiston, Idaho Luke Smith-Anderson Coeur d’Alene, Idaho Taylor Rust Boise, Idaho Mike Iupati Anaheim, Calif. Mike Iupati Anaheim, Calif. Michael Cosgrove Las Vegas, Nev. Quin Ashley Paris, Texas Kama Bailey Honolulu, Hawai`i 2012 Maxx Forde Woodinville, Wash. 2013 Maxx Forde Woodinville, Wash.

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TEAM AWARDS

1979 1980

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 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 LB Tre`Shawn Robinson Upland, Calif. LB Tre`Shawn Robinson Upland, Calif. LB Robert Siavii Wahaiwa, Hawai`i LB Marc Millan Mission Viejo, Calif.

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 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 Bobby Cowan Bobby Cowan Trey Farquhar Austin Rehkow

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. Vancouver, Wash. Vancouver, Wash. Redlands, Calif. Veradale, Wash.

WAYNE WALKER IRONMAN AWARD 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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

Kord Smith Boise, Idaho Marvin Washington Dallas, Texas Steve Unger Seattle, Wash. Chris Hoff Shelton, Wash. John Sirmon Walla Walla, Wash. Chris Schneider Coeur d’Alene, Idaho John Sirmon Walla Walla, Wash. Mat Groshong Tillamook, Ore. Josh Fetter Buckley, Wash. Avery Slaughter Seattle, Wash. David Griffin Fontana, Calif. Bill Verdonk Lake Forest, Ill. Jeremy Wallace Post Falls, Idaho Michael Moody Long Beach, Calif. Brett Morton Bellevue, Wash. Dennis Taeatafa San Diego, Calif. Jordan Kramer Parma, Idaho Jedidiah Getzlaff Victor, Idaho Tony Kiel Cupertino, Calif. Adam Korby Fort Collins, Colo. Adam Korby Fort Collins, Colo. Adam Korby Fort Collins, Colo. Adam Korby Fort Collins, Colo. Jonah Sataraka Puyallup, Wash. Deonte` Jackson Las Vegas, Nev. Matt Cleveland Kent, Wash. Mike Cosgrove Las Vegas, Nev. Cody Elenz Copperas Cove, Texas Roman Runner Oakley, Calif.

OFFENSIVE SCOUT TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Jeff Pankratz Boise, Idaho Nick Alexakos Concord, Calif. Chad Stalder Federal Way, Wash. Willie Alderson Nampa, Idaho Ethan Jones Battle Ground, Wash. Jordan Kramer Parma, Idaho Orlando Winston Seattle, Wash. Adam Mallette Fort Collins, Colo. Michael Harrington Portland, Ore. Mike Lowry Boise, Idaho Ace Davis Oxnard, Calif. Adam Korby Fort Collins, Colo. Adam Juratovac Palo Alto, Calif. Luke Conklin Walla Walla, Wash. Kevin Small Escondido, Calif. De`Maundray Woolridge Keller, Texas Taylor Davis Anthem, Ariz. Justin Podrabsky Lewiston, Idaho Dominique Blackman Carson, Calif. Mason Woods Port Coquitlam, B.C. Matthew Linehan Orchard Lake, Mich.

DEFENSIVE SCOUT TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1993 Tim Wilson 1994 Ryan Skinner 1995 Nate Lundquist Travis Stombaugh 1996 Rick DeMulling 1997 Ryan Knowles 1998 Josh Hoston 1999 Chad Troxel 2000 Simeon Stewart 2001 Nate Nichols 2002 Zane Hines 2003 Chris Jasper 2004 Taylor Rust 2005 Tyrel Fenwick 2006 Andrew Blevins 2007 Derek Wieting 2008 Isaiah Lavea 2009 Jared Heston 2010 Maxx Forde 2011 Quinton Bradley 2012 Addison Palomino 2013 Zach Cable

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 Woodinville, Wash. San Antonio, Texas Phoenix, Ariz. Renton, Wash.

SPECIAL TEAMS SCOUT TEAM PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Rayce Bird Ben Garnett Tom Hennessey Jake Manley Ringo Robinson

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

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1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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HEC EDMUNDSON MOST INSPIRATIONAL


A

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

ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Auxier, Kevin Axtell, Henry

B

1979-83 1902-03

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) 2008-2011 Bailey, Kevin 1982-86 Bain, William C. 1968-70 Baird, John 1925-26 Baker, James 2012-13 Baker, Jim 1972-73 Baldwin, Roy 1972-73 Bales, Reed 1972-73 Baley, Reb Ball, Pat 1982-83 Ballard, Brett 2013Ballard, Troy 1984-87 Balluer, George 1947-50 Bamaeker, Mark Bandy, Kimiko 1996-97 Banker, Robert 1956-57 Banks, Desmond 2013Baptist, D’mitri 1993-94 Barbee, Jack 1934-35 Barber, Warren 1917-20 Barker, Joel 2000-01 Barker, Rochford Lee 1956-57 Barker, Stephen Wm. 1968-72 Barker, Tarry 1977-81 Barlow, William D. 1964-65 Barner, Tony D. 1967 Barnes, Merrill 1942-47 Barnes, Orville 1946-50 Barrett, Kenneth 1929-30 Barrow, Marlon 1983-85 Barrow, Mike 2003-05 Barto, Harold “Pete” 1919-22 Barton, Earl S. 1899-1902 Barton, Ed 1952-55 Barton, Rene 1988-89 Bass, Dion 2011 Bass, Ryan 2011-12 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 Beale, Spencer 2011-12 Beall, Leonard 1926-27 Beall, Mac 1938-41 Bean, Keith A. 1948-50 Beardmore, George Foster Beaver, Richard Alfred 1968-72 Beavers, Eddie 1993-94 Beck, Wil 1998-2001 Bedford, Mountei 1956-57 Bediako, Jeffrey 2010 Beefton, Wm. Ronald 1963-67 Beguhl, Marvin 1948-51 Beitia, Andy 1988-92 Beitz, Willard 1946-49 Belko, Steve 1936-38 Bell, LaVern 1938-41 Belser, Chris 1999-2002 Belton, Desmond 2004-05 Bemis, Jeff 1972-73 Benard, Vern 1998-99

Benetka, Daniel 1999 Bengen, Brant 1984-87 Benneet Dwight E. 1968-69 Benneth, Larry 1949-52 Bennett, Blaine 1985-86 Bennett, Donald Vinton 1971-72 Bennett, Woodson Eby 1960 Berg, Alfred “Ape” 1932-35 Berg, Howard 1929-32 Berg, Paul 1932-35 Bergeson, Ted Graig 1971-72 Bergman, Allen Lee 1972-73 Bergstrom, Lyle Wallace 1964-67 Bergthald, Art 1955-56 Berllos, Victor 1940-43 Bernal-Wood, Bobby 2003-04 Berrichoa, Benjamin Berry, Chad 1993-97 Bertalot, Tim 2002-05 Bertrand, Mel 1950-53 Bessee, Clinton 1911-12 Bessler, William 1929-32 Bethay, Arlen 1981-82 Betty, Marion P. 1915-16 Biagi, Donald Joseph 1960 Bibolet, Curtis 2003-04 Bieter, Chris Birchmeir, Don 1942-43 Bird, Jayson 2004-07 Bird, Mike 1981-82 Bishop, Douglas A. 1965-66 Bishop, Winston Howard 1947-48 Bittner, Ramon 1953-57 Bjorvik, Peter 2007-09 Black, Dane 1984-86 Black, King M. 1948-51 Blanck, Charles Lawrence 1972-73 Blazer, Eric 1997-98 Blevins, Andrew 2007-08 Bliss, Jack Weston “Bud” 1926-27 Bliss, John Bloom, Randy Michael 1965-66 Blower, Robert 1959-60 Bloxom, James 1964-65 Boe, Mike Boekel, William “Bill” 1916-17 Bofto, Brian 1981-82 Bogue, Ron 1961 Bohman, Rodney Willis 1963-64 Boisen, John Michael, Jr. 1962-66 Bolden, Roger Bollock, Dennis R. 1973-74 Bona, Matt 1990-91 Bonar, Gary 1958-59 Bonelli, Mike 2002-05 Booker, Jack 1930-31 Boomer, Henry Rust 1968-69 Bordelli, John Ambrose 1962-63 Bosma, Larry Franklin 1971-73 Bourque, Fred 1955-59 Bousman, Josh 2004-07 Bowman, John Patrick 1966-67 Braden, Ron 1954-47 Bradley, Quinton 2012Brado, Glenn “Gene” 1935-36 Bradshaw, Cleavon 1999-2000 Brady, Michael Geo. 1964-65 Branch, Weldon R. 1973-74 Branom, Ray 1940-41 Brantley, Marshall 1973-75 Brateng, Jeff 1986-87 Brennan, Brian 1994-96 Breshears, Arnold “Huck” 1920-22 Breshears, Howard “Beanie” 1920-23 Breshears, Ralph “Bunt” 1916-20 Breshears, Sherman 1921-22

Brigham, Boyd 1921-22 Brimhall, Maurice C. “Fairy” 1926-29 Brocke, Kevin 1987-88 Brockman, Chris 1979-81 Brogan, John R. 1948-51 Brooks, James 1965-66 Brooks, Robert 1975-79 Brooks, Tyler 2008-11 Broomwill, Gary 1956-57 Brown, Ellery Kliess, Jr. 1960-64 Brown, Frank 1919-22 Brown, Howard 1959-60 Brown, James Allen “Babe” 1920-23 Brown, James 1945-46 Brown, Jason 2005 Brown, Jerrel 2013Brown, Jerry D. Brown, Kevin 1992-93 Brown, Mike Brown, Richard Gordon 1971-73 Brown, Rick 1979-80 Brown, Stanley 1913-16 Brown, Steve 2007 Browne, Michael Brunelle, Nick (mgr.) 1976-77 Bruns, Buckley Kalb 1972-73 Bryant, Daniel 1970-71 Bryant, Hank (Haroun) 2008 Bryant, John Curtis 1962-66 Bryant, Rod 2002-03 Buckley, QuayShawne 2011-13 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 Burgsmueller, Marius 2011Burke, Paul 1991-94 Burns, Robert O. “Bobbie” 1911-15 Busch, Mark 1970-73 Bushley, Alvin E. 1963-67 Bushnell, Logan 2011-12 Busse, Thomas E. 1974-75 Butikofer, Michael 1979-80 Butler, Jevon 2004 Byers, Herb 1900-01

C

Cable, Keith 1945-47 Cable, Tom 1982-86 Cable, Zach 2013Caccia, 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

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN

D

D.Waard, Gordon Jay 1966-70 D’Amico, Robert John 1967 Dahlen, John Francis 1960 Dahlin, Joseph 1975-76 Dahlquist, Scott 1987-91 Dailey, John 1945-46 Daily, Patrick 1965-66 Dana, Jack 1942-48 Dangerfield, Donald Daniel, Adam 1993-94 Daniel, Jason 1997-2000 Daniel, John Frederick 1963-67 Daniels, Damon 1987-90 Danielson, Danell A. 1964-68 Datson, Kenneth Wayne 1965-69 Daubert, Darrell 1955-56 Davenport, Randy 1978-80 Davidoff, Dan 1941-43 Davidson, Bill 1955-56 Davidson, Daniel Bryan 1976-77 Davidson, James 1959-60 Davidson, Patrick Alan 1964-66 Davies, Gaylin Williams (mgr.) 1967 Davies, Richard 1958-59 Davis, Ben 1998-2000 Davis, Darrick 1992-93 Davis, Dave 1954-57 Davis, Dean K. 1981-83 Davis, Emmert “Davey” 1930-31 Davis, Eric 2004-05

Davis, Jesse 2011Davis, Michael 1988-90 Davis, Preston 2008-10 Davis, Ray 1940-43 Davis, Robert 2003-06 Davis, Ronald Walter 1966-71 Davis, Russell 1978-82 Davis, Ryan 2005-06 Davis, Taylor 2011-13 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 1988-89 Dickson, Joseph (JoJo) 2007-10 Diedmont, Bill 1938-42 Diehl, Charles “Chuck” 1925-28 Diehl, Gordon Samuel 1927-30 Diehl, Greg 1979-83 Diehl, Lester 1950-52 Diehl, Ted (William) 1947-50 Dillon, Randy Joe 1968-69 Dilulo, Fabian 1979-80 Dingle, Bertram “Pip” 1916-18 Dingle, Hedley 1913-16 DiNuovo, Tom 1957-60 Dittman, Clarence 1928-30 Dixon, David Allen 1966-67 Dixon, Solomon 2012-0 Dobbins, Richard Scott 1960-61 Dobson, Joseph Leonard 1962-66 Doctor, Frank Fay 1968-72 Dodson, Daryll Ray 1972-73 Donner, J.P. 1894-95 Donovan, Jack 1937-40 Dorn, Randolph Issac 1973-74 Dorris, Tray 1986-88 Dorry, Floyd 1989-93 Doss, Darwin Vernon 1960-63 Dotson, Kenneth Wayne 1965-69 Doty, Timothy Doud, Thomas Lee 1971-72 Douglas, Stephen C. 1949-52 Dowdy, Craig 1986-88 Dowdy, Jerome 1973-74 Dowling, Bud 1957-59 Downes, Ryan 2000-03 Downs, Edward Doyle, Gary 1955-56

Doyle, Thayne Dugan, Larry Duff, Clinton Dugan, Larry 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

1988-92 2013 1925-26 2010-13 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 1925-26 Edmunds, Mike 1956-57 Edmundson, Clifford W. 1909-11 Edmundson, Eldon H, Jr. 1960 Edwards, Guy 1893-94 Edwards, Jeff 2003-05 Edwards, Ryan 2012Egan, Terence 1958-59 Eidam, George 1952-55 Eiden, Max 1931-33 Eier, Robert Dennis 1968-69 Eilertson, Thomas J. 1975-76 Elder, Dave 1961-63 Elder, Monty 1977-81 Eldridge, George Casey 1970-73 Elenz, Cody 2012Elmo, Taylor 2010-13 Elton, James “Jim” 1909-10 Emerson, Chuck 1955-56 Emerson, Ken 1952-54 Enderle, Nathan 2007-10 Engelking, Rex 1939-41 Entenmann, David Felix 1973-74 Eogett, Clarence 1900-03 Epps, Dezmon 2013Erickson, Dennis 1979-80 Erickson, Laune 1940-41 Erickson, Ralph “Lief” 1925-26 Erik, Pierre 1996-97 Espinoza, Carmen 1981-82 Espinoza, Joe 1958-59 Estes, Kyle 1979-80 Eucker, Jeff Eugene, Michael Joseph 1965--68 Evan, Don (mgr.) 1958-59 Evans, Bob 1955-56 Evans, Edwin Lee 1965-66 Evans, Grover C. “Grove” 1916-22 Evans, James Brian 1964-68 Evans, John 1942-48 Evero, Ighe 1997-2001 Everson, Benjamin P.J. 1971-72 Eyler, Bob 1957-59

F

Fa`avae, George Fads, Chris Fagerbakke, William Mark Falash, Tom Fancher, Fred (Rick) Fannin, Dawn Fanning, Stanley Faraca, Ray Faraimo, Jonathan Farnworth, Gary Farquhar, Trey Faruria, John George

2006 1979-80 1976-77 1951-54 1961-64 1959-61 1956-60 1952-53 2007-08 1956-59 2009-12 1963-67

3

Conlon, Timothy Edward 1970-71 Cook, Cassius C. 1910-11 Cook, Dale 1955-56 Cook, William Kirby 1970-72 Cooke, Kelly Joe 1970-71 Coombs, Larry 1979-80 Coombs, Thomas 1980-81 Coombs, Tom 1980-82 Cooper, John 1934-37 Cordon, Douglas 1932-34 Corkery, John 1929-31 Cosgrove, Michael 2008-2011 Costello, John 1955-56 Cotta, Tony 1980-82 Couch, Jason T. (mgr.) 1997-99 Courage, William Kelly 1970-73 Cousineau, Thomas Charles 1960 Cowan, Bobby 2009-12 Cowan, David Cowan, Trent ‘Buck’ 2013Cowen, John 1987-88 Cox, Ken 1992-94 Cox, Marvin 1955-56 Cox, Mike 1984-87 Cox, Paul James 1975-76 Cozzetto, Daniel 1977-79 Craig, Peter 1893-95 Cramer, James Allen 1961-63 Cranston, John 1955 Cravens, Stephen Eugene 1967 Crawford, John Fredrick 1968-69 Crawford, Terry Nolan 1970-71 Crick, Ron 1984-85 Cripe, Larry Duane 1968-69 Crnich, David Lloyd 1970-73 Crnick, Craig William 1974-76 Crookham, Bill 1953-54 Cross, Larry 1958 Crowley, Henry “Hank” 1940-43 Crown, Steve 1987-89 Croy, John 1959 Cunningham, Donovan 2011 Curcio, Jay Fredrick 1970-74 Curtis, Rex 1909-10 Cygler, Mark

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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, D`Mario 2012-13 Carter, Roman 1989-91 Carter, Stanley Damon 1972-73 Carter, Tracy 2010Cash, Herb 2004-05 Castillo, Richardo Roberto 1969-72 Catalano, Peter 1970-71 Caton, Bill 1981-83 Caudill, Neil 1952-53 Cavens, Randall Bruce Cayton, John 1982-84 Cecil, Roger 1987-91 Chadband, J.C. 1972-76 Chadband, James F. 1948-51 Chalich, Chad 2013Chambers, Antoine 1995-96 Chandler, Earl 1941-43 Chandler, Russell Changnon, Harry 1910-11 Chapman, Don 1957-58 Chapman, Joseph H. 1961-66 Charles, Brian William 1975-76 Chatfield, Richard A. 1966-69 Chaudler, Charles 1940-41 Cheek, Robert Cheyne, Arthur “Shorty” 1928-29 Chrape, George 1937-38 Christensen, Steven Andrew 1968-69 Christian, Glen 1949-52 Christianson, John 1946-48 Christoff, Andrew James 1963-64 Christy, Dave 1957-58 Chubb, Arthur Joseph 1966-69 Clairmont, Ryan 1995-96 Clark, Dale 1941-42 Clark, Desmond 2004-05 Clark, Douglas Steele 1969-70 Clark, William Henry 1974-76 Classon, David Spencer 1963-64 Clawson, Brad 1977-78 Clawson, Edward Arnold 1966-70 Clayton, Terry Clements, George Ronald 1967 Clerieuzio, Dick 1956-57 Cleveland, Matt 2009-2011 Clute, Richard 1970-71 Cobb, Jason 2001-03 Cobley, Arnold 1922-23 Cochrane, Scott Arthur 1973-74 Cockrell, Brian 1989-91 Cody, William Roy 1968-72 Coffey, Travis 1993-96 Coffin, Charlie 1982-83 Cole, Bruce Allen 1971-72 Coles, Tim 1972-76 Coley, James 2004 Collins, Dennis M. 1976-77 Collins, Douglas Collins, Robert 1975-76 Colquist, Ray 1948-51 Coman, Greg 1975-78 Comstock, David Emerson 1972-76 Comstock, George Frank 1971-72 Conley, Nick 2007-08 Conley, T.J. 2005-08


ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Faulkner, Jim 1953-56 Faumui, Faleaoga (Oga) 2008-09 Favre, Clarence E. 1910-14 Fee, George Pat 1972-73 Feehan, Joseph Ford 1972-73 Feeney, Dennis 1970-71 Feeney, Michael Thomas 1967 Felgenhour, Richard H. 1967 Fennell, Marcis 2004-07 Fenton, Lloyd 1956-58 Ferguson, Andre 2008-11 Ferguson, Roger Franklin 1965-66 Fernandez, Charles L. 1971-72 Fernandez, Keith Arthur 1970-71 Fernandez, Robert K. 1966-67 Fernandz, Charles L. 1971-72 Fery, Bruce 1978-82 Fetter, Josh 1991-95 Fields, Louis Conrad III (Jim) 1966-67 Fien, Ryan 1996 Fieney, Michael Thomas 1967 Filgenhour, Richard H. 1967 Filippini, Charles 1975-77 Fisher, Doug 1972-76 Fisher, Harold 1958-59 Fitch, Jim 1955-56 Fite, Carl 1986-87 Fitzgerald, Tim 1986-88 Fitzke, Robert 1923-24 Fitzpatrick, J. Gary 1963-67 Fitzsimmons, Thomas Craig 1968-69 Flowers, Brian 2006-07 Flynn, Patrick Wm. 1966-67, 1968-69 Focht, Brian 1981-82 Fogle, Louis J. 1904-05 Folau, Spencer 1992-94 Ford, Glen 1978-79 Ford, Tracy 2005-06 Forde, Maxx 2011Forrily 1900-01 Fortner, John 1981-83 Foster, Dick 1954-57 Fowles, Nels “Ironhead” 1930-34 Franklin, Rudy 1939-42 Franks, Geoff 1998-2001 Franks, Stanley 2006-07 Fray, Dick 1953-54 Fray, William 1948-51 Fredback, Mark 1973-75 Fries, Charles 1954-57 Friesz, John 1986-89 Frohnen, David 1979-83 Fromm, Paul Dean 1968-69 Frost, John Chris 1975-76 Frost, Steve 1990-91 Frostenson, Theodore R. 1952-55 Fry, Raymond 2006 Fryhover, Todd 1980-84 Fuertes, Anthony 1998-99

G

Gabby, Stephen Douglas Gaedike, Erick Gagnon, Gary Joseph Gallik, David Bruce Galloway, Charley Gamelin, Tom Games, John Gangnuss, Chuck Gardner, Bryson Garman, Stephen Kent Garner, Bert Garrett, Shawn Garst, Russell Gartin, James W. “Jim”

1967 1992-93 1960-64 1974-76 1895-96 1996-97 1903-04 1977-78 1996-99 1965-68 1945-46 1990-94 1932-34 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 Grabski, Jordan 2013Graf, Fred 1917-18 Graham, Bill R. 1961 Graig, Jesse B. 1969-70 Graves, Dorset 1909-10 Gray, Roy 1935-38 Green, Cumer 1959-60 Green, Dean 1935-38 Green, James 1981-82 Green, Leon 1934-36 Green, Terry 1988-92 Green, Willard 1955 Greene, Mike 1992-94 Greenslitt, Jake 1993-95 Greenwood, Eric 2007-10 Greer, Keith 2002-06 Gregg, Kurt 2002 Gregory, Earl 1936-39 Gregory, John 1949 Grey, Bobby 1997-2000 Griffin, David 1993-97 Griffin, Frank 1901-03 Griffin, Nate 2000 Griffin, Paul 1981-83 Griggs, Avery 1994-96 Grimes, Kelly B. 1977-78 Grimsrud, Lloyd Alex 1970-73 Groat, Charles 1894-95 Groniger, Robert R. “Roy” 1913-17 Gropp, Leslie Bruce 1960 Gropp, Ted 1981-82 Grose, Gene 1955-56 Groshong, Mark 1991-92 Groshong, Mat 1990-94

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

1971-72 1966-69 1990-91 1968-69 1953-54 2009-12 1962-63 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 2009-10 Hale, Dewey 2007 Hale, Greg 1985-89 Hale, Nicq 2000, 2002 Hall, Doug 1983-84 Hall, Jerry Hicks 1971-73 Hall, Ken 1955-59 Hall, Randy Lee 1971-73 Hall, Russell 1930-33 Haller, Gerald 1955 Halliday, James S. “Monk” 1928-30 Halvorson, Donald Lee 1968-69 Hammond, James 1946-50 Hammond, Robert 1961 Hanauer, Daryl Eugene 1968-73 Haney, Robert Loren 1967-70 Hanford, Marius June 1930-33 Hanford, Marius P. III 1956-59 Hanley N. 1899-1900 Hansel, Martin Webb 1968-69 Hansen, Erik 1988-89 Hansen, John 1960 Hansen, Lance 1987-89 Hardy, Daniel 2008-10 Harper, John 1994-97 Harper, Nolan 1983-87 Harrell, Joe 1936-40 Harriman, Bradley Thomas 1970-71 Harrington, Michael 2002-05 Harris, Brandy 1989-90 Harris, Bruce 1987-91 Harris, James 1911-13 Harris, Paul S. Harris, Ronald 1939-40 Harrison, Rick 2006-08 Harrison, Walton 1893-95 Hart, Larry 1951-53 Hart, Royal 1979-80 Hartley, Dave Hartwell, Harry 1917-18 Harvey, Justin 1993-95 Harvey, Matthew 2009-11 Harvey, Philip Lance 1962-63 Hasenoehrl, James Hasfurther, Mike 1979-80 Hatch, James 1945-50 Hathaway, John Bruce 1968-71 Hatchett, Robert III 2009-12 Hatterman, Larry 1956-57 Hausen, Charles B. “Dad” 1922-25 Hawke, Randell 1958 Hawley, Warren 1955-57 Hayes, Samuel D. “Jack” 1913-17 Haynes, Marlon 2006 Hays, James B. 1909-11 Hays, Jay 1978-82

Hays, Jon 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 Hennessey, Tom Hennessy, Dennis Patrick Henry, Daryl Henson, Terry Patrick Hepler, Mike Herbert C. Herbig, Clifford Hernandez, Justin Herrington, Maxwell Hershey, David Michael Hess, Burdette Hess, Shane Hesse, Howard Hester, Pete Heston, Jared Hickey, Kerry Hiekl, Gerald Hilder, Ed Hilgenberg, Cal Hill, Dale Hill, Jeff Hill, Kevin Hill, William Hillman, William Herman Hillman, William Hills, Casey Hills, Patrick Hinckley, Steve Hinkemeyer, John William Hirai, George Hisaw, Eric Hjort, George Hobart, Don Hobart, Ken Hodges, Mark Keith Hodney, Edwin Hoff, Chris Hoffman, John (mgr.) Hogan, Jack Hogberg, Carl Hoiness, Todd Holder, Bob Holdren, Stephen Lee Hollis, Mike Holmes, Leslie “Pop” Holycross, Travis Homme, Clayton Honena, Lawrence Honsowetz, Russell Hooper, Richard James Hopkins, Barry Horbaczewski, Bob Horton, George E. “Cap” Hoston, Josh Hough, Clarence House, Monty Dave Howard, Brian Howard, Eddie Howard, Emory Howard, Vincent Frederick Hoyt, Frederick Chas. Hubbard, Lance Hubchik, Kevin Huefner, Otto A.

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 20121971-72 1983-84 1966-67 1954-56 1895-98 1932-33 20101948-50 1971-72 1951-55 1934-35 1950-53 2009 1982-84 1947-50 1954-56 1954-56 1957-59 1992-95 1995-99 1957-61 1962-63 1909-12 1997-99 1979-81 1955-56 1973-74 1959 1992-96 1926-27 1957-58 1980-84 1973-75 1972-73 1987-91 2000 1955-56 1955 1985-89 1950-53 1968-71 1992-94 1934-36 1987-88 2010-13 1933-36 1971-72 1973-77 1997-98 1899-03 1999 1974-77 1973-74 2001-03 1993-95 1937-40 1973-74 1971-72 1977-78 1978-79 1923-24

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I

Idler, Terry Ikharo, Tariq Iketa, John (mgr.) Imelio, David Inis, Irvin Inman, Elbert “Lefty” Iorns, Dick Irving, Neil R. “Gus” Ismael, Ron Mike Iupati Iverson, Kobman “Kid”

J

1978-82 2006 1945-46 1959 1933-35 1950-51 1919-22 1957-60 2006-09 1933-36

Jackley, Brock 1966-71 Jackson, David 1987-90 Deonte` Jackson 2007-10 Jackson, Kedrick 1984-88 Jackson, Shawn 1980-84 Jackson, Steve 1982-87 Jackson, Thomas 1915-18 Jacob, Glenn “Red” 1925-28 Jacobowitz, Len 1955-56 Jacobs, Jimmy 1989-91 Jacobson, Brian Tackabury 1971-72 Jacobson, John Alvin 1966-68 Jacoby, Harry 1932-34 Jake, John 1987-89 Jakovac, Dave 1972-73 James, deKoven A. 1974-75 James, Oswald 1985-88 James, Thomas 1993-97 James, Williams Jankovich, Sam 1979-80 Jannino, Ralph 1956-60 Jardine, Arthur 1913-15 Jarman, Thomas Scott 1968-72 Jasik, Matt 1996-99 Jayne, Ben A. 1949-51 Jeffrey, Russ 1955-56 Jelinek, Josh 2000-02 Jellick, Jay 1907-08 Jelmberg, Josh 1999-2002 Jenkins, Charles Riley 1962-66 Jenkins, Thomas A. “Tom” 1895-1903 Jennings, Greg 1980-82 Jensen, Kelly (mgr.) 1999 Jensen-Madison, Cary 2007 Jeranko, David 1980-82 Jergo, Dion 1978-80 Jessie, Ron 1978-80 Jewell, Ernest 1908-10 Jewell, J. 1897-98 Johnson, Ahmani 1992-94 Johnson, Armauni 2010-11 Johnson, Calvert 1992-93 Johnson, Carl Alfred Jr. 1961 Johnson, Charles 1906-09

Johnson, Chester 1946-48 Johnson, Curtis 1980-83 Johnson, Dan 1984-86 Johnson, David 1953-54 Johnson, Eric 1992-96 Johnson, Gary (Cozian) 1954-57 Johnson, George Stephen 1961-62 Johnson, Grover 1994-95 Johnson, Jordan 2010-12 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, A.J. 2011-12 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, Jayshawn 2012Jordan, 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 2006-09 Jurelin, Richard Arthur (mgr.) 1960-64

K

Kaczmarek, Ray 1937-39 Kamelevicz, Tony 1937-40 Karlberg, Ronald 1958-59 Karlsson, Kurt Ame 1970-71 Kania, Brandon 2001-04 Kashetta, William F. 1972-73 Katz, Scott 1985-86 Kays, George 1895-1900 Kearney, Karel 2011 Kearns, Bill Keating, Gerry 1990-92 Keener, Vince 2010-13 Keilty, William Bryan 1974-76 Keiper, Ed 1940-42 Kelleher, Thomas Gerard 1976-77 Keller, William 1972-73 Kelly, Larry Pat 1965-66 Keo, Shiloh 2006-10 Kelso, Sandy 1966-67 Kendley, Ralph 1954-55 Kenner, Robert 1958-59 Kenworthy, Gary 1955-58 Keogh, Mike 1978-82

Kerns, B.L. 1904-05 Kerr, Randy 1988-90 Kershisnik, William “Big Bill” 1927-30 Kessel, Ron 1961-62 Kevirs, John Elmer 1946-47 Keyes, James 1936-37 Keyes, Karl 1904-08 Kidd, Lavoni 1992-96 Kiel, Anthony 2001-04 Kiilsgaard, Carl 1946-49 Kiilsgaard, Kjel Peder 1973-77 Killien, Michael 1956-58 Kimberling, Billy Ray 1968-69 Kinnison, Banks H. 1911-15 Kinnison, Frank 1922-25 Kipp, Richard 1958-59 Kipp, Roscoe 1914-15 Kircher, Doug 1981-82 Kirkpatrick, Lester “Kirk” 1927-30 Kirkwood, Howard 1902-03 Kirtland, John Michael 1973-77 Kirtland, William J. 1972-76 Kirtley, Charles 1893-96 Kirtley, Wade 1894-96 Kittrell, Robert Gregory 1975-77 Kleber, Clarence 1961 Kledzejs, P. Alex 1961-63 Kleffner, Bob (mgr.) 1953 Kleffner, Flip 1951-53 Kleffner, Sylvester “Syb” 1922-25 Klein, Jack 1978-82 Klein, Morris 1945-46 Kleinkopf, Karl Norman 1964-68 Klenn, Andrew 1958-59 Kline, Emanuel “Mooney” 1932-33 Kline, Larry 1955 Kline, Maurice “Dusty” 1922-25 Klingenberg, Jared 2013Klitz, 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

Labita, Jimmy 2002-04 La Frenz, John (mgr.) 1946-47 LaGrone, Michael 2010-13 La Jeunesse, John 1994-97 Lacy, Chris 1998-2002 Lambert, Neil 1986-87 Lamboy, Gary Daniel 1971-72 Lampos, Jordan 2000-03 Lancaster, Henry 1899-1901 Landdeck, Nik 2012 Landmark, Denny 1959-60 Landsdell, Mitchell G. 1967-71 Lang, Craig John 1972-75 Langlois, Art 1942-43 Langmade, Bruce Calvin 1970-71 Lansdell, Mitchell G. 1967-71 LaPointe 1997-98 Lappano, Tim 1979-80 Larkins, Virdell 2008-09 LaRoche, Ed 1959 Larsen, Kenneth H. 1949-52 Larson, Gustus L. 1904-08 Larson, Lonny Loyle 1968-69 Last, William 1945-48 Lavarias, Aaron 2007-10 Lavens, Michael (Tim) 1963-67 Lawler, Mike 1955-56 Lawr, William 1952-55 Lawrence, Paul 1961, 1964-65 Lawry, Robert P. 1967 Lawson, J.D. 1957-59 Layde, Verne 1961-65 Lazaro, Aaron 2012-13 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 Lemke, Eric 2013Leonard, Charles 1941-42 Leonard, Terry D. Leppke, Ron 1954-55 Level, Jahrie 2012 Leverett, Larry 1986-88 Levschel, Otto 1912-13 Lewis, Barney 1948 Lewis, Blair 2001-02 Lewis, Darby 1981-84 Lewis, Dean 1941-43 Lewis, Patrick Gerald 1962-63 Lewis, Ray 1951-53 Lewis, Richard Dean 1968-69 Libey, Patrick 2000-03 Lieuallen, John 1894-95 Liggins,Bilal 2010-11 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

5

Huff, Jarvis 2003 Hughes, Hugh 1926-27 Hughes, Mike 1992-96 Hult, Orville “Haggerty” 1927-30 Hultz, Larry 1972-73 Huma, Miregi 1992-95 Hunter, Bob 1951-52 Hunter, Eric 2002-03 Hunter, Eric Darsenio 2007-08 Hunter, Dan 1983-85 Hunter, Don 1989-91 Hunter, Steven Ralph 1971-72 Husby, Mark Hutchenson, Don 1951-52 Hutchinson, Carl “Bio Hutch” 1926-28 Hutchinson, Paul 1927-29 Hutchinson, Tom Towey 1960

12

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN 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 Lovett, Najee 2012-13 Lowe, Ralph 1976-77 Luce, Gary Wayne 1962-63 Luepamanu, Tueni 2013Luke, Michael Wayne 1970-71 Lukes, Jay 1991-95 Lumbala, Rolly 2004-07 Lundstrom, Fritz 1908-11 Luper, Richard (mgr.) 1972-76 Lynam, Glenn 1946-47

M

Mabry, Stephen Charles 1971-72 MacGuffie, Lawrence Herbert 1962-63 Macinko, George 1950-52 Mack, Collie, Jr. 1971-75 Magee, Frank 1904-05 Magnuson, Darin 1983-87 Magnuson, Josh 1991-93 Mahi, Don William 1968-69 Maile, Sione 2013Major, Marquan 2012Makawski, Stan 1956-57 Mallette, Adam 2001-02 Malta, Joe 1941-43 Manderville, Matt Manley, Jake 2012Mann, Victor L. 1963-68 Mann, Vince 1988-91 Manoa, Sam 1983-85 Manson, Howard 1941-43 Marboe, Brad 2010 Marboe, Mike 2011Marboe, Scott Marker, Sophus 1924-25 Marquess, Stephen Rand 1970-73 Marquess, Wayne Mark 1966-70 Marrow, Eugene 1958-61 Marshall, Marty 1979-80 Martin, Bert 1893-1900 Martin, Elmer H. “Irish” 1928-32 Martin, Jason 2005 Martin, Rossi 1999-2001 Martinez, Juan 2013Martinez, Matt 2001-03 Martinson, Herbert 1916-17 Martson, William 1970-71 Mascorro, Brandon 2003 Mason, Cliff 2003 Matlock, Steve 2013Matson, Trent 1989-91 Matthews, Donald John 1960-64 Matthews, Mark 1987-91 Mauga, Homer 2010-12 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 2009-12 Mays, Robert D. 1948-51 McAdams, George Alan 1965-66

McAffee, Kevin William McBride, Carlton McCain, Joshua McCall, Kristopher McCallum, Joseph Dean McCanna, Dennis Timothy McCanna, Dern McCanna, Raymond McCarty, George McCarty, Princeton McCormack, Kenneth McCormick, Clifford McCormick, Gilbert McCray, Robert Charles McCoy, Mike McCue, Robert McCullock, Larry McCurdy, Michael McCutcheon, Michael McDonald, Roy Douglas McDougall, Randy James McElravy, Matt McFaul, Edmund McGettigan, Michael McGinnis, Ryan McGuire, David Hays McInerney, Howard McKelvy, Bill McKillop, Todd McKinley G.P. McKinley, John McKinley, Stephen McKinney, Jack McKinstry, Ronald Jack McKinzie, Dwight McLeod, John “Jack” McMahon, Scott McMonigle, Tim McMurray, Dan McNabb, J. McNair, Bill McNaughton, Bruce Hunt McNeal, Mark McRoyal, Ken Mealey, Patrick Medved, Jerry Medved, Jim Meek, Justin Mehlohoff, Thomas Meibaus, Mack Meiser, Cecil Dorain Menahan, Richard Mendiola, Louis Merriman, Sam Metter, Tarry Meyer, Dale David Meyer, Dan Mezzei, Harold Joseph Michael, Bailey Michaud, Thomas Micheletti, Daniel Micklich, Bill Middleton, John R. Mignone, Nicholas A. Miles, Arthur Sherman Miles, Shelton Millan, Marc Miller, Jim Miller, Jimaine Miller, John Joseph Miller, John Miller, Kelly Miller, Kurt William Miller, Matt Miller, Raymond Carlyle Miller, Robert Vernon Mills, Jay

1973-76 1979-81 20131989-91 1963-67 1964-65 1984-88 1977-81 1950-52 2008-11 1947-50 1915-17 1912-13 1963-67 2000-03 1933-36 1955 1978-79 1963-67 1968-69 1997-99 1945-49 1958-59 1996-98 1966-67 1932-34

1897-99 2009-11 1965-66 1964-65 1992-96 1901-03 1970-71 1981-85 1981-83 1894-98 1956-57 1966-67 1979-80 2011 2009 1985-89 1985-89 1996-97 1958-59 1946-48 1964-65 1958-60 1952-54 1979-83 1961-65 1979-80 1960 1984-88 2011 1940-47 1903-06 1963-64 1971-72 2008 20131965-66 1993-94 1960 1902-05 1979-82 1967-70 2003 1964-67 1968-72 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 Montgomery, Richard 2013Moody, 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 1961-65 Nagel, Carl “Butch” 1919-21 Napper, George 1956-57 Nash, Monty Alan 1973-75 Nathan, Chris 2003-04 Nead, Kelly 2002-03 Nead, Nicholas E. 1971-73 Neal, James 1920-23 Neal, Keith 1993-94 Neal, Matt 2013 Nearents, Richard 1955 Neddo,John 2005 Neese, Harvey 1955 Neese, Varnell 1951-53 Neibauer, James 1957-61 Neidhold, Joey 1981-82 Nelson Samuel B. 1973-76 Nelson, Evan Oscar 1970-72 Nelson, Gerry 1982-83 Nelson, Henry 1950-52 Nelson, Kurt Allen 1973-74 Nelson, Larry 1982-83 Nelson, Neal “Nellie” 1923-26 Nelson, Richard D. 1946-47 Nelson, Richard D. 1965-69 Nelson, Ross Edward 1970-73 Nelson, Shawn 1984-87 Nelson, Stanley Robert 1960-61 Nelson, Steve 1978-80 Nelson, Theron 1957-59 Nelson, Thomas Crill 1965-70 Nelson, Thomas Owen 1960-63 Nesbit, “Shorty” 1907-08 Neu, Tedd 1986-89 Neumayer, George 1945-48 Newbern, Jerry Bruce 1968-69 Newby, Dick 1955-56 Newell, Michael J. 1970-73 Newport, Milton Corbett 1971-72 Nichols, Fred 1940-42 Nichols, Nate 2002-05 Nichols, Ronald 1948-49 Nifong, George 1893-98 Nilsson, John Robert 1960-61 Nixon, George 1940-42 Njoku, Bradley 2011Nofoaiga, Chris 1997-2000 Nolan, Steve 1987-91 Norby, Arthur “Art” 1930-31 Norby, John 1931-34 Norby, Larry 1955-58 Nordin, John 1987-88 North, David Jay 1964-65 Norton, Jim 1957-60 Nooy, Brian 2004-07 Novikoff, Tyrone 2008-11 Novotny, Eugene 1957-58 Nussmeier, Doug 1990-94 Nutting, Jasper 1937-38 Nutting, Richard “Dick” 1932-35

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

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

12 6


P

20131996-99 1994-96 2002-03 1962-64 1935-36 1936-38 1973-77 1946-50 1928-30 1966-70 1955-57 1924-27

Paasch, Ralph 1945-49 Pace, Tom 1996-97 Palubo, John 1979-80 Palumbo, John 1979-81 Pancheri, Matt 1988-89 Pankratz, Jeff 1995-98 Parham, Delency 2013Park, Lonnie 1956-58 Parker, Dave 1984-87 Parker, Michael 1979-80 Parker, Steve 1979-80 Parkins, Justin 2012 Parot, Robert 1973-74 Parr, Robert Steve 1972-73 Parry, Dave 1978-81 Parsons, Curtis Dempsey 1971-74 Patrick, Wayne 1953-54 Patten, Kenneth 2008-10 Patterson, Cecil Coolidge 1962-63 Patterson, Pat 1978-79 Pauls, Arthur 1907-09 Paulsen, Virgil 1984-88 Pavkov, Stanko 1935-38 Payne, John 1953-56 Payne, Tim Roger 1979-83 Pearce, Devon 1988-92 Pearsall, James Richard 1965-69 Pearson, David J. 1976-77 Pearson, Gary Leon 1962-63 Pearson, Milo “Mike” 1924-25 Pearson, Victor 1917-18 Peck, Greg 1979-83 Peck, Russell 1973-74 Pederson, Waldemar 1929-31 Pellegrini, Joe Jr. 1975-76 Pemberton, John Worthington 1960-61 Perkins, Enoch “Nock” 1909-13 Perkins, Procter K. 1906-13 Permenter, Ned 1955-56 Perrine, Leon “Pat” 1917-21 Perrins, M. Samuel “Sammy” 1926-29 Peters, Gary Joseph 1962-63 Peterson, Randolph V. 1970-72 Peterson, William Horatio 1960-61 Petrillo, Rob 1979-81 Petruzzi, Jim 1951-53 Petticolas, Kenneth Patrick Pettit, Rahimu 1999 Phillips, John “Buck” 1911-15 Phillips, Ryan 1993-97 Phister, Jeffrey V. 1976-77 Pickett, Dick 1952-54 Piedmont, Joe 1940-42 Pierce, Ricky Valiose 1966-67 Pillon, Robert Joseph 1965-66 Pitre, Paul 1981-84 Piva, Lane (mgr.) 1985-88 Plastino, Charles 1942-43 Plastino, Felix “Plasty” 1917-21 Pleas, John 1985-89

Podrabsky, Justin 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 Randall, James Randall, LaVerne Randall, Lot Randall, Tom Randel, Douglas Thomas Randolph, Roger Ranier, James Michael Rankin, Ed Rathbun, Glenn Rathbun, Maurice Ratti, Jo`Artis Raussos, John Rayner, Tom Reader, Brian Reager, John L. Reed, Earl Jr. Reese, Timothy Dale Reget, Harry Rehkow, Austin Rekofke, Brian Rembert, Bernard Renfrow, Herman (mgr.) Resa, Eivind Rettberg, Fred Reuber, Jim Rexroad, Randy

20121960 1970-72 2003 2002-03 1996-99 2004 1986-88 1990-94 1963-67 2008-12 1946-48 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 2009-10 2005-06 1989-93 1984-86 1971-72 2011, 1931-34 1893-94 1978-79 1976-79 1952-56 1971-72 2000-02 1938-41 1947-48 2006-07 1955-59 1995-98 2009-11 1949-51 1975-76 1969-71 1924-26 20131978-79 1971-73 1938-42 1953-56 1938-40 2007-08 1979-82

Reynolds, Guy 2011-12 Rice, Anthony 2013Rice, Brad 1998-2001 Rice, Lynn 1975-76 Rice, Mickey 1961-64 Rice, Mike 1987-91 Rice, Stephen Clarence 1963-64 Rich, Darrell Lynn 1961 Rich, George 1934-36 Rich, Lewis 1935-36 Richardson, Curtis 1991-93 Richardson, Walter 1893-98 Richey, Evan A. 1949-52 Richter, Gary 1978-79 Rico, Vicente 2007-08 Riddick, Jason 1991-92 Riddle, Kyle 1979-80 Ridener, Don 1956-58 Ridenour, Charles 1957-58 Rifilato, Ed 1983-85 Riggenberg, Clayton 1945-46 Riley, Faustin Charles 1969-72 Riley, Edward J. 1948-51 Riley, Fred Maurice 1970-72 Ringe, Don 1950-53 Riordan, James Dennis 1971-73 Ritter, Larry 1959-60 Rivas, Robert 1956-57 Roark, Burch 1952-55 Roberg, Mike 1997-2000 Robert, Ronald Harrison 1966-68 Roberts, Clive 1917-18 Roberts, Ronald Harrison 1966-68 Roberts, Timothy Jay Robertson, Fred 1927-29 Robertson, Greg 1997-99 Robertson, William 1906-07 Robinson, Craig 1984-88 Robinson, Jeff 1989-93 Robinson, Robert W. “Ole” 1916-18 Robinson, Tre`Shawn 2008-11 Robison, Guy Kevin 1972-75 Rodgers, Kevin 1986-87 Rodreguiez, Joseph R. 1965-67 Rodseth, Brennett 2013 Roe, Steven 1972-73 Rogers, Arthur 1903-06 Rogers, Galen Eugene 1960-64 Roise, Harold 1936-39 Robleto, Sergio 2001-02 Romesburg, David 1972-73 Roosevelt, William K. 1905-06 Rose, William M. 1948-50 Ross, 1893-94 Ross, Jerry 1955 Routos, Jim 1987-89 Rowe, Cleo 1941-42 Ruben, Sammy 2001-02 Ruby, Robert Edwin 1960-65 Ruffin, J.R. 2004 Ruhl, Pete 1983-85 Ruleman, Wilbur C. 1948-50 Runner, Roman 2012-13 Runyon, James Onnie 1962-63 Russell, 1904-05 Russell, Clifford 1959 Russell, Kyle 1990-92 Russell, Phillip 1959 Russell, Robert Byron 1971-72 Rust, Cory Bennett Rust, John 1989-90 Rust, Taylor 2007-08 Rutledge, 1895-96 Ryan, Paul 1938-41

S

Sackett, Melvin 1931-33 Saffo, William 1989-93 Saith, John Carmen 1961-64 Salesky, Kenneth R. 1968-69 Samms, Virgil 1911-14 Sams, Tim 1999-2001 Sandall, Phil 1973-74 Sandberg, Corey 2012 Sandberg, Dallas 2012Sanders, Ernest 1984-88 Sanderson, Brian 1982-83 Sanford, Tim 1976-77 Sanner, Dale 1938-40 Sannon, Jacob 2013Santschi, Larry Wm. 1964-65 Sappington, Larry Dale 1962-63 Saras, Raymond 1945-47 Saso, Dan 1980-82 Sataraka, Jonah 2007-10 Saunders, Walter 1991-93 Savidge, Leigh S. 1906-09 Sayer, William Blake 1970-71 Scates, Wade 1993-94 Scharnhorst, Bruce R. 1971-72 Scheidt, Conrad 2009-12 Schell, 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, Dontae 2011-12 Scott, Jake 2000-03 Scott, Jim 1956-57 Scott, Mike 2011-12 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 2007-10 Selman, Thomas James 1971-72 Seman, Steve 1980-84 Senescall, Paul 2007-10 Severe, Ted 1995-96 Shaffer, Clair (Butch) 1953-57 Shaife, Jerome R. 1966-67 Shamion, Adam 2007 Shaw, Josh 2005-08 Shaw, Malfred 2002-03 Shaw, Maurice 2007-10 Shaw, Steve Lawrence 1968-69 Shehan, Michael R. 1958-61

7

Olugbode, Kristoffer 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”

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Shelby, Michael Shellman, Lee 1959 Shelt, Jason 1992-97 Shelt, John A. 1963-67 Shelton, Kevin 2013Shepard, Gary Francis 1960 Shephard,Warren 1945-46 Sherbina, Lorne James 1972-73 Sheridan, Nicholas 1902-06 Sherman, Antwaun 2004-05 Sherman, Ralph David 1972-73 Shew, Thomas Kenton 1972-73 Shill, Mike 1983-85 Shipkey, Carl 1912-13 Shoemaker, Denny 1955-56 Shore, Marshall E. (mgr.) 1962-63 Siavii,Robert 2008-10, 12 Siavii, Russell 2013Simko, John 1957-58 Simmons, Chris Simmons, Eric Simmons, Patrick J. 1971-72 Simmons, Rick Rinehart 1970-72 Simpson, Carl Neal 1965-66 Simpson, Steve 1982-85 Sims, Billy 1989-93 Sims, Johnny Clyde 1973-75 Sinclair, Bryce 2007-09 Sinclair, Jerry Albert 1972-74 Sipoloa, Willie 2002-04 Sirmon, John 1989-93 Siva, Mike Eli 1974-76 Sizelove, Michael Stuart 1969-70 Skaife, Jerome R. 1966-67 Skelly, Jeffrey Paul 1974-76 Skill, Bob 1956-60 Skinner, Ryan 1995-99 Skinner, William 1955-57 Skuse, Rbt. Charles 1963-67 Slater, Chris 1985-89 Slaughter, Avery 1992-96 Slaughter, Rbt. Kemp III 1963-67 Sletager, Ralph M., Jr. 1970-73 Sloan, Rick 1984-86 Small, Kevin 2008-09 Small, Monte 1955-56 Small, Rodney 1905-09 Smiley, Joe 1982-86 Smith, Andrew 1983-85 Smith, Brian 1988-90 Smith, Carl “Reggie” 1989-91 Smith, Cary Jr. 1960-64 Smith, Charles 1903-04 Smith, Charles Jr. 2008-11 Smith, Chris 2006-07 Smith, Daniel (D.J.) 2005 Smith, Darrick 1994-95 Smith, Dashaun 1990-91 Smith, Don 1945-46 Smith, Earl 1932-35 Smith, Elmer 1940-41 Smith, Gene 1956-57 Smith, George Venson 1965-70 Smith, George 1947-49 Smith, Harry C. “Silent” 1901-04 Smith, Henry M. “Hercules” 1905-09 Smith, Husan 1998-99 Smith, John Michael 1966-67 Smith, Kord 1986-89 Smith, Lee 2006-08 Smith, Lyle 1936-39 Smith, Lynn 1959-60 Smith, Malcolm Bradley 1971-72 Smith, Michael W. Smith, Ray 1937-40 Smith, Robert 1958 Smith, Ryan 1994-97

Smith, Shawen 1988-92 Smith, Stanley Dayle 1968-69 Smith, Wayne 1958-59 Smith, Willis “Little Giant” 1931-34 Smith-Anderson, Luke 2001-06 Smythe, Jerry 1954-58 Snow, Ed 1897-98, 1900-01 Snyder, Cole 2003-05 Snyder, Tony 1981-82 Solinsky, Tom 1939-41 Sommer, John Charles 1968-69 Spaugy, Arthur 1930-32 Spaugy, Don 1934-35 Spaugy, Ralph 1935-37 Spelgatti, Jim Lewis 1960 Spellman, David 1989-93 Spencer, Brad 1958 Spencer, Eddy 1984-86 Spiva, Justin 1996, 1999 Sprague, Milo 1904-05 Spray, Gary 1961 Sproat, Hugh 1931-32 Sprute, Patrick Ray 1969-72 Spyker, Stephen Lawrence 1964-65 Staley, James 2001-02 Stamps, Keith 2002 Stanley, Rob 1987-88 Starchman, Carl Leon 1967 Stark, Jason 1996-97 Stark, Lyle 1926-29 Steelhead, Ralph Ben 1945-46 Stein, Howard 1906-08 Steinback, Phil 1959-60 Steinberg, Bryan 1991-93 Stennfeld, Mark Stephens, Ray 1923-26 Stephens, Tom 1965-67 Stephens, W.L. “Fat” 1923-25 Stevens, Irvin III 2008-09 Stewart, Greg 1976-77 Stewart, Kyle 2001-03 Stewart, Simeon 2001-04 Stewart, Troy 1986-87 Stivers, Vernon L. “Skippy” 1922-25 Stobart, Andrew 2003 Stockler, Larry Delbert 1960-63 Stoddard, Merle 1937-40 Stokesbery, William Walter 1906-10 Stolary, Thomas P. 1967 Stombaugh, Travis 1996-99 Stone, Larry (mgr.) 1947-49 Stonebarger, Larry S. 1967 Stowe, Jeff 2002-05 Strandley, Brian 1991-95 Strate, Donald Glen 1963-64 Streeter, Darnell 1972-73 Strickland, Byron Eugene 1965-68 Strohmeyer, Larry William 1962-65 Strong, Arthur C. 1901-03 Strong, Nate (mgr.) 1994-97 Stuk, Steven Jack 1970-73 Sturdivant, Devon 2007-09 Sturmer, Jason 1990-92 Sua, Kimo 1981-82 Sugg, Tom 1991-93 Sullivan, John 1954-56 Sullivan, Lloyd “Sugar” 1931-32 Sullivan, Patrick D. 1975-76 Sumpter, Castleman Harvey 1927-29 Sundberg, Keith 1936-38 Sungberg, Ross 1934-37 Supkis, Michael 1978-79 Swann, Herschell 1933-34 Sweet, William 1945-46 Swenson, Al 1978-81 Swenson, Mitch 1988-89

Swillie, Charles Swivey, Gregory Swope, Charles Scott Symms, Steve

T

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 1935-37 Thomas, Charles 1893-94 Thomas, Charles 1942-43 Thomas, Craig 1979-82 Thomas, Eric 1990-91 Thomas, Jerome 1995-99 Thomas, Joel 1993-97 Thomas, Richard “Dick” 1929-30 Thomas, Wade Art 1960-63 Thomas, William 1903-06 Thompson, Cedric 2002-03 Thompson, Roy A. 1915-20 Thompson, Stephen Neil 1971-72 Thompson, Thaad 2010-12 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 2009, 2011 Toone, Ward Clifford 1967 Tormey, Christopher Joseph 1973-75 Torrey, Robert Henry 1962-63 Tosi, Mao 1998-99 Townsley, Jeffrey 1997-2000 Tracy, Darel 1983-87 Trahan, Tim 1993-94 Trigilio, Frank Joseph 1968-69 Triplett, David C. 1962-66 Trotter, Maurice 2011, 2013 Trower J.T. 1910-11

Troxel, Chad 2002-03 Trus, Thomas 1947-50 Trzuskowski, Richard 1936-39 Tuala, Sam 2011-12 Tucker, Shawn 2010 Tucker, Thomas 1958-59 Tuipulotu, Eric 2013Tupua, Sam 2010-11 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 1998-2000 Vail, Darrel Eugene 1959-61 Valley, Kent 1958-60 Van Loan, Phil 1959 Vance, Allen Harold 1970-74 Vance, Phil 1979-80 VanderPol, Nate 2003-06 VanDuyne, Robert Scott 1970-73 Vanghn, William Thomas 1967 Veal, David Charles 1971-72 Veltung, Justin 2009-12 VeNard, William Joseph 1963-64 Venzke, Patrick 1997-2000 Verdonk, Bill 1996-98 Vernier, Jesse Blaze 1970-71 Vervacke, Robert 1958-59 Vesco, Richard 1981-82 Vesser, Edwards 1910-11 Vesser, John 1922-25 Vest, Steven Walter 1970-71 Vestman, Kurt 1982-84 Vial, Sil 1957-61 Vinson, Kay 1955 Viro, Frank 1945-47 Vital, Troy 2008-09, 11 Vobora, David 2004-07 Vohs, Dale 1921-23 Volke, Robert Vonderharr, Bobb 1941-43 VonRotz, Nick 2013-

W

Waage, Ryan 2004 Wagar, Paul 1957-60 Walker, Gary 2009-12 Walk, Jerome F. Walker, Harvie 1935-36 Walker, Wayne 1954-58 Wall, Justin 2004 Wallace, Jeremy 1997-2000 Wallace, Vic 1981-83 Waller, Darrell 1953-54 Walmsley, Wilford “Stud” 1925-28 Walsh, Andrew 1946-47 Walters, Stephen Michael 1964-65 Walton, Thomas Richard 1962-63 Wamer, James Thomas 1967-71

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN Winston, Orlando Winter, Roland Wiscombe, Michael Wayne Wisdom, Richard Wisecarver, James Edward Witt, James B. Wolf, Jay Wolske, Kelvin Fred Wolson, Tim Woods, Mason Woodward, Rodney Wm. Woodward, Todd Woolrich, Michael Francis Woolridge, DeMaundray Woolridge, Michael O. Woolverton, Ryan Workman, Rex Worley, Jedd Wren, Charles Wright, Troy

2001-03 1936-38 1967-71 1954-55 1964-65 1962-63 1979-80 1972-73 1994-98 20131966-67 1991-92 1964-65 2009 1971-72 1994-96 1940-41 1956-60 1957-58 1986-90

Yarber, Eric Yarbro, Chuck Yarno, Brian Yarno, John R. York, Wallace Young, Daryn Young, Dave Young, Gayle, Jr. Young, Ike Young, Joe Young, Maurice Young, Robert J.

1984-86 1988-91 2001-04 1973-77 1925-26 1983-87 1983-86 1966-67 1985-87 1979-80 1939-40 1965-69

Y

Z

Zeamer, Dan Zeller, Mike Zenk, Richard Zenk, Steve Zenkeritch, Leonard Ziegler, Larry Zimmerman, Bryan Zimmerman, Randy Zuber, Geoff Zundel, Brad

1993-97 1988-90 1993-97 1994-97 1939-47 1981-84 1977-79 1980-83 2004

9

Whithad, Houghton H. 1967 Whitehead, Christian 2012-13 Whitlock, George 1940-41 Whitney, John 1965-66 Whittenburg, Ron 1982-83 Whittier, Frank Newman 1968-69 Wicher, Tom Wichman, Steve 2005-06 Wickboldt, James Brian 1966-70 Wiegman, Graig 1969-70 Wieting, Derek 2008-11 Wiggum, David Charles 1975-76 Wiker, Erik 1990-92 Wilcox, Howard 1981-82 Wilder, Kevin Wilkens, Peter 1984-88 Wilkie, Fred 1929-32 Wilkin, Richard E. 1976-79 Willard, Rex 1936-38 Williams, Bill 1946-48 Williams, Breyon 2007 Williams, Eddie 2005-08 Williams, Elmer M. 1909-11 Williams, Jaron 2004-06 Williams, Jason 2000 Williams, Jasper 1996-97 Williams, Jerry Bill 1971-72 Williams, Marcelle 1995-96 Williams, Montrell 1994-96 Williams, Nick 2001 Williams, Robert Lee 1970-72 Williams, Scott 1982-83 Williams, Shanta 1991-92 Williams, Trey 2010-13 Williams, Wes 2005-06 Williamson, Lloyd S. 1979-83 Willis, Howard 1955-58 Willis, Matt 2012-13 Willott, George 1936-37 Wilson, Antonio 1996-98 Wilson, Charles “Chick” 1933-35 Wilson, Cole 1993-95 Wilson, Edgar 1937-39 Wilson, Everett 1990-91 Wilson, George 1930-33 Wilson, Pat William 1970-71 Wilund, James Dan 1967-72 Wimer, James Thomas 1967-71 Wimer, Michael Gene (mgr.)1963-67 Winland, Curtis Roy 1973-73

12

Wamsley, Brian 1991-94 Ward, Theron “Suitcase” 1933-36 Warren, Larry James Jr. 1971-72 Warren, Yaphet 1995-97 Warrick, Ronald 1964-65 Wartella, Bob 1981-82 Washington, Marvin 1988-89 Washington, Nelson 1985-86 Waskiewicz, Stanley 1941-42 Watkins, Sean 1991-92 Watson, Bruce Lloyd 1970-71 Watson, Deon 2013Watson, Matt 1981-86 Weaver, Landon 2010-11 Webb, Michael 1978-79 Weber, John William 1963-64 Webster, Wallace (mgr.) 1940-41 Welch, James Lee 1970-73 Wellman, Jeff 1978-79 Wells, Sherril Lynn 1960-61 Welsh, John 1998-2001 Welte, Jim 1955-56 Werner, Rob (mgr.) 1979-80 Werness, Taylor Robert West, Bruce 1951-54 West, Cedric 1993-94 West, J.E. 1915-16 West, Lance 1981-85 West, Pat 1987-92 Westlake, Broc 2013Westlake, Norman 1956-57 Wheeler, James Milton 1964-65 Wheeler, Joe 1934-36 Whidden, Walter Douglas 1967-68 Whiles, Michael P. 1961-65 Whipps, Scott M. 1977-78 Whitcomb, Joe 1919-22 White, Calvin 2013White, Corey 2008-09 White, Dan 2000 White, George 1955-56 White, Glen 1978-80 White, James D. 1975-76 White, Joe 1974-75 White, Kenneth 1956-57 White, Larry 1980-83 White, Ronald 1945 White, Ronnie 1991-93 White, Steven 1973-74 White, William Humes 1960-61


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS RUSHING

JOEL THOMAS (1996, 1998)

SHERRIDEN MAY (1992-94)

DEONTE` JACKSON (2007, 2008)

BLAIR LEWIS (2001, 2002)

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 2010 2011 2012 2013

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 13 12 12 11

NAME CAR YDS AVG 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 Mike Mosolf 116 286 2.4 Rick Naccarato 87 329 3.7 Rich Naccarato 86 426 4.9 Ray McDonald 131 585 4.4 Ray McDonald 213 1,002 4.7 Ray McDonald (1) 259 1,329 5.1 Jim Pearsall 172 815 4.7 Rob Young 206 979 4.8 Frank Doctor 91 397 4.4 Fred Riley 187 879 4.7 Frank Doctor 164 772 4.7 Barrie Rembert 125 561 4.4 Darrell Mitchell 120 814 6.8 J.C. Chadband 147 758 5.2 Dave Comstock 124 659 5.3 Robert Brooks 157 770 4.9 Tim Lappano 139 846 6.1 Terry Idler 101 523 5.2 Glen White 178 907 5.0 Ken Hobart 209 829 4.0 Russell Davis 140 1,117 8.0 Kerry Hickey 113 529 4.7 Kerry Hickey 101 533 5.3 Marlon Barrow 114 612 4.0 Todd Hoiness 133 706 5.3 Steve Jackson 106 476 4.5 Todd Hoiness 111 486 4.4 Bruce Harris 150 779 5.2 Damon Daniels 168 676 4.0 Devon Pearce 267 1,393 5.2 Ronnie White 148 694 4.7 Sherriden May 237 1,111 4.7 Sherriden May (16) 221 1,267 5.7 Sherriden May(9) 231 1,370 5.9 Lavoni Kidd 146 621 4.3 Joel Thomas 222 1,148 5.2 Anthony Tenner 122 573 4.7 Joel Thomas 231 1,229 5.3 Anthony Tenner 179 764 4.3 Willie Alderson (19) 238 1,245 5.0 Blair Lewis 98 509 5.2 Blair Lewis (45) 176 930 5.3 Zach Gerstner (33) 256 1,186 4.5 Jayson Bird (61) 151 859 5.7 Rolly Lumbala 128 472 3.7 Brian Flowers 128 561 4.4 Deonte` Jackson (36) 240 1,175 4.9 Deonte` Jackson (89) 161 696 4.3 De`Maundray Woolridge (59) 171 979 5.7 Deonte` Jackson 113 442 3.9 Princeton McCarty (97) 149 705 4.7 Ryan Bass 129 484 3.8 James Baker 143 593 4.1 (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

TD

LG

1 2 2 4 7 15 14 9 3 2 3 5 4 5 8 8 3 4 3 7 11 7 2 9 7 3 6 6 8 15 9 21 20 9 2 14 6 16 9 12 2 11 5 8 1 4 7 3 18 4 3 0 6

29 31 80 54 49 34 85 51 55 38 29 28 15 39 19 48 23 66 68 70 30 90 37 44 32 82 39 81 42 71 46 36 32 28 68 40 82 34 38

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS PASSING 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 Nathan Enderle (26, 25) 478 271 16 .567 Brian Reader (69, 74) 354 192 12 .542 Dominique Blackman 265 167 13 .630 Taylor Davis 212 98 7 .462 (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 3,314 1,974 1,610 1,324

TD 5

1 5 1 3 4 6 4 1 1 19 9 4 3 5 4 1 4 1 3 5 3 11 12 24 32 17 15 22 28 18 31 11 25 22 33 18 15 27 19 11 12 22 18 19 15 12 15 8 10 20 22 22 10 9 8

SCOTT LINEHAN (1984, 1986)

JOHN WELSH (1998, 2000, 2001)

NATHAN ENDERLE (2007, 2008, 2009)

1

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 13 11 7 8

13

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 2010 2011 2012 2013


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS RECEIVING YEAR G

NAME

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Flip Kleffner Frank Teverbaugh Rog Randolph Larry Aldrich Bob Dehlinger Jim Norton Jim Norton Reg Carolan Reg Carolan Verne Leyde Verne Leyde Joe Chapman John Whitney Tim Lavens Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Terry Moreland Jack Goddard Kevin Ault Tim Coles Tim Coles Steve Duncanson Kirk Allen Kirk Allen Jett Taylor Jack Klein Jack Klein Vic Wallace Tom Coombs Ron Whittenburg Ron Whittenburg Scott Auker Scott Auker Neosia Morris Neosia Morris John Jake Kasey Dunn

1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

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

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

13 18 13 30 16 15 27 33 21 15 14 20 14 22 49 86 95 46 28 23 43 22 19 22 31 29 32 21 26 26 46 59 72 80 59 52 46 73

146 172 116 409 373 188 212 488 225 225 219 508 171 313 526 1,457 1,452 576 327 295 406 334 320 249 545 517 533 311 618 331 519 884 834 827 719 538 675 1,101

11.2 9.6 8.9 13.6 23.3 12.5 7.9 14.8 10.7 10.7 15.6 25.4 12.2 14.2 10.7 16.9 15.3 12.5 11.7 12.8 9.4 15.2 16.8 11.3 17.6 17.8 16.7 14.8 23.7 12.7 11.3 15.0 11.6 10.3 12.2 10.3 14.7 15.1

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

KASEY DUNN (1989, 1990, 1991)

LG

43

DEZMON EPPS (2013)

82 39 80 80 91 56 63 46 37 66 30 29 61 31 40 46

BOBBY BERNAL-WOOD (2004) 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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

Kasey Dunn Kasey Dunn (2) Yo Murphy (2) Kyle Gary Kyle Gary (17) Dwight McKinzie Antonio Wilson (9) Antonio Wilson (6) Ryan Prestimonico Jeffrey Townsley Chris Lacy (48) Chris Lacy (16) Josh Jelmberg (17) Orlando Winston (74) Bobby Bernal-Wood (3) D.J. Smith (19) Wendell Octave Max Komar Eddie Williams (70) Max Komar (23) Eric Greenwood (86) Mike Scott Mike Scott (73rd rec/game) Dezmon Epps (46)

88 85 68 47 65 50 65 77 42 37 45 65 64 55 96 67 34 30 54 63 46 55 60 79

1,164 1,263 1,156 630 1,132 850 1,203 910 668 449 776 1,045 785 807 938 1,001 422 445 687 1,052 741 691 666 980

13.2 14.9 17.0 13.4 17.4 17.0 18.5 11.8 15.9 12.1 17.2 16.1 12.3 14.7 9.8 14.9 12.4 14.8 12.7 16.7 16.1 12.6 11.1 12.4

7 6 9 5 11 9 7 10 6 2 6 8 8 7 3 7 4 4 6 11 6 2 4 4

48 81 48 55 84 68 63 37 57 39 62 70 40 42 42 75 35 51 50 42 51 51 35 68

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking yards per game)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS TOTAL OFFENSE George Eidam Wilbur Gray Wilbur Gray Gary Johnson Howard Willis Gary Franworth Gary Farnworth Sil Vial Mike Mosolf Rich Naccarato Gary Mires Mike Monahan Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Jim Pearsall Steve Olson Steve Olson Steve Olson Rick Seefried Rick Seefried Rick Seefried Dennis Ballock Dave Comstock Robert Brooks Robert Taylor Jay Goodenbour Glen White Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Ken Hobart Scott Linehan Rick Sloan Scott Linehan John Friesz (2) John Friesz (1) John Friesz

9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 10 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 10 11

TOTAL YARDS

471 579 454 708 933 511 613 926 450 357 533 1,100 1,002 1,329 815 2,459 1,345 1,048 895 567 1,202 858 1,589 770 998 864 889 1,912 2,134 3,280 3,800 2,601 1,896 3,279 3,489 2,751 3,853

BRIAN LINDGREN (2002, 2003)

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

RAY MCDONALD (1965, 1966)

RYAN FIEN (1996) 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

6 11 11 11 10 10 11 10 9 8 11 8 10 11 12 11 12 10 12 11 13 11 7 7

Doug Nussmeier Doug Nussmeier (3) Doug Nussmeier (2) Doug Nussmeier (5) Brian Brennan Eric Hisaw Ryan Fien (2) Brian Brennan (16) John Welsh Greg Robertson John Welsh (7) John Welsh (34) Brian Lindgren (30) Brian Lindgren (67) Michael Harrington (79) Steve Wichman (41) Steve Wichman (61) Nathan Enderle (95) Nathan Enderle (85) Nathan Enderle (27) Nathan Enderle (40) Brian Reader (81) Dominique Blackman Chad Chalich

1,643 3,460 3,028 3,514 1,846 1,958 3,597 2,668 1,560 1,204 3,199 2,154 2,666 2,035 2,089 2,547 2,191 1,712 2,055 2,851 3,117 1,956 1,568 1,436

273.8 314.6 312.5 319.5 184.6 217.6 327.0 266.8 173.3 150.5 290.8 269.2 242.4 185.0 174.1 231.5 182.6 171.2 171.2 259.2 239.8 177.8 224.0 205.1

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

3

NAME

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

13

YEAR G


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING YEAR G NAME

ZACH GERSTNER (2003)

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 12 11 10 12 12 11 13 13 12 9 12

RUSH

REC

RET

TOTAL

AVG

Kirk Allen 32 Robert Taylor 810 Terry Idler 523 Rocky Tuttle 42 Ken Hobart 829 Russell Davis 1,117 Vic Wallace 103 Ron Whittenburg -13 Eric Yarber 28 Eric Yarber 51 Brant Bengen 0 John Jake 0 John Jake -1 Lee Allen 0 Devon Pearce 1,393 Kasey Dunn 0 Sherriden May (13) 1,111 Sherriden May (3) 1,267 Sherriden May (15) 1,370 Dwight McKinzie 0 Joel Thomas 1,148 Antonio Wilson 0 Joel Thomas 1,229 Anthony Tenner 764 Willie Alderson (12) 1,195 Chris Lacy (18) 27 Blair Lewis (64) 930 Zach Gerstner (41) 1,157 Jayson Bird 859 D.J. Smith (100) -3 Brian Flowers 561 Deonte` Jackson (86) 1,175 Kama Bailey (85) 18 Max Komar 28 Justin Veltung (100) 72 Princeton McCarty (96) 705 Todd Handley 140 Dezmon Epps (51) 15

249 124 13 346 0 199 923 884 817 1,103 995 734 675 1,168 196 1,263 362 331 233 850 318 910 180 22 420 1,045 203 309 93 1001 161 153 60 1,052 497 109 84 980

285 335 391 235 0 0 605 0 254 198 540 358 337 156 0 0 147 296 31 291 0 228 0 26 200 530 0 2 3 0 14 0 963 123 686 434 520 421

566 1,269 927 623 829 1,316 1,631 871 1,099 1,352 1,535 1,092 1,011 1,324 1,589 1,263 1,620 1,894 1,634 1,141 1,474 1,138 1,409 812 1,815 1,602 1,133 1,468 955 998 736 1,328 1,041 1203 1,255 1,248 744 1,416

51.5 115.4 92.7 56.6 75.4 119.6 148.3 79.2 99.9 122.9 139.5 99.3 91.9 120.4 144.5 114.8 147.3 172.2 148.5 114.1 134.0 103.5 128.1 73.8 165.0 145.6 113.3 122.3 86.8 99.8 61.3 110.7 94.6 92.5 96.5 104.0 82.7 118.0

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

CHRIS LACY (2001)

SHERRIDEN MAY (1992, 1993, 1994)

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS SCORING TD

FG

PAT

PTS

Ron Ismael Reg Carolan Mike Mosolf Galen Rogers Gary Mires Galen Rogers Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Jim Pearsall Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Ricardo Castillo Ricardo Castillo Steve Tanner Steve Tanner Dennis Ballock J.C. Chadband Dave Comstock Robert Brooks Lance Hubbard Terry Idler Pete O’Brien Ken Hobart Russell Davis Tim McMonigle Tim McMonigle Tim McMonigle Brian Decicio Brian Decicio Brian Decicio Thayne Doyle Thayne Doyle

0 3 2 3 3 6 7 15 15 9 14 12 0 0 0 0 8 8 8 8 9 5 0 7 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 11 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 10 9 15 14 12 15 15 12

5 1* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 24 16 32 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 1* 0 38 44 40 40 36 38 32 28

17 20 12 18 18 36 43 90 90 54 84 72 50 57 31 62 48 48 48 48 54 30 44 44 72 68 71 85 82 72 82 77 74

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

10 10 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11

TIM MCMONIGLE (1982, 1983, 1984)

DE`MAUNDRAY WOOLRIDGE (2009)

TREY FARQUHAR (2010, 2011, 2012)

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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

Devon Pearce 17 Thayne Doyle 0 Sherriden May (1) 25 Sherriden May (3) 22 Ryan Woolverton (8) 0 Ryan Woolverton 0 Joel Thomas 15 Troy Scott 0 Joel Thomas 16 Ben Davis 0 Willie Alderson (26) 15 Anthony Tenner 10 Blair Lewis (58) 12 Zach Gerstner 7 Jayson Bird 8 Mike Barrow 0 Tino Amancio 0 Tino Amancio 0 Tino Amancio 0 De`Maundray Woolridge (T23)18 Trey Farquhar (T69) 0 Trey Farquhar 0 Trey Farquhar 0 Austin Rehkow 0

0 8 0 0 14 12 0 12 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 16 12 14 8 0 18 10 19 10

0 102 45 69 0 50 0 32 54 96 32 68 2 92 32 68 2* 100 34 64 0 90 0 60 0 72 1 44 1 50 21 69 23 59 30 72 29 53 0 108 40 94 23 53 19 76 26 56

*Two-point conversion (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

5

NAME

1959 1960 1961 1962

13

YEAR G


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS KICKOFF RETURNS

NAJEE LOVETT (2013)

DICK MOONEY (1961)

YEAR G

NAME

NO

YDS

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Dick Mooney (1) Ron Kulm Mike Whiles Joe McCollum Joe McCollum Joe McCollum Rudy Linterman Jeff Guillory Jeff Guillory Kelley Courage Rodney Maynard Collie Mack Collie Mack Collie Mack Tim Lappano Robert Taylor Robert Taylor Terry Idler Wally Jones Dean Davis Vic Wallace Vic Wallace Mike Johnston Brant Bengen Brant Bengen Brant Bengen John Jake Richard Carey Jeff Jordan Roman Carter Ronnie White Lavoni Kidd Sherriden May Montrell Williams Dwight McKinzie Tom Pace (14) Jeffrey Townsley (45) Jerome Thomas Chris Lacy Chris Lacy (31) Chris Lacy (36) Cedric Thompson (42) Matt Miller (62) J.R. Ruffin (72) Antwaun Sherman Raymond Fry (95) Dewey Hale Kama Bailey (71) Kama Bailey Justin Veltung (82) Princeton McCarty (75) Todd Handley (90) Najee Lovett (64)

23 8 6 5 9 18 22 15 16 13 17 13 16 28 13 16 16 17 17 8 12 19 17 21 9 17 17 15 18 20 7 9 15 18 12 32 25 16 15 15 22 37 23 36 19 26 42 41 22 30 19 26 15

491 189 126 115 228 299 459 331 329 240 373 314 333 597 222 401 335 391 339 175 251 396 327 547 149 373 356 365 338 490 148 167 296 447 289 839 581 362 419 349 530 836 503 751 367 475 903 955 453 686 434 520 330

9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 9 11 11 11 11 12 12 11 12 12 11 13 13 12 9 12

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

KAMA BAILEY (2008, 2009)

LG

40 58 100 53

22 38 89 45 37 42 29 100 25 27 40 100 37 79 72 41 92 45 54 63 64 59 34 31 63 43 33 84 95 92 34

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 22.9 22.8 20.0 22.0

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS PUNT RETURNS 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

NAME

Jim Norton Ron Kulm Ron Kulm Bill Scott Bill Scott Bill Scott Dick Nelson Ken Dotson Ken Dotson Terry Moreland Terry Moreland Kelly Courage Darnell Streeter Darrell Mitchell Chris Mooney Greg Coman Greg Coman Greg Coman Rick Linehan Rocky Tuttle Dave Jeranko Clavin Loveall Vic Wallace Mike Johnston Eric Yarber Eric Yarber Brant Bengen Richard Carey Richard Carey Lee Allen Roman Carter Walter Saunders Walter Saunders Kyle Gary Kyle Gary

NO

YDS

9

59

2 3 4 6 10 3 14 8 26 28 23 25 10 5 11 6 18 9 6 8 15 20 18 11 13 19 17 17 16 24 32 22 29 23

58 112 50 105 140 67 146 263 260 126 302 193 101 46 49 29 66 75 116 104 113 209 201 224 184 167 124 281 130 220 232 249 229 225

LG

AVG

JIM NORTON (1959)

6.2 58

20 11 12 12

61 30 42

41 21 56 35 38 28 40 42 82

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

SHILOH KEO (2007, 2009, 2010) 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 8 12 12 11 13 13 10 11 12

David Griffin David Griffin Antonio Wilson (37) Vern Benard Vern Benard Tim Sams Orlando Winston Cedric Thompson (71) Rod Bryant Jimmy Labita Wes Williams (83) Wes Williams Shiloh Keo (6) Kama Bailey Shiloh Keo Shiloh Keo (63) Justin Veltung Justin Veltung (68) Dezmon Epps (42)

26 31 18 25 32 19 22 29 26 14 16 15 19 9 13 17 11 15 20

194 248 188 298 246 77 134 242 130 118 80 53 319 8 133 74 185 32 138

29 35 36 91 20 16 19 55 39 45 30 18 100 0.9 10.2 4.4 16.8 2.1 6.9

7.5 8.0 10.4 11.9 7.7 4.1 6.1 8.3 5.0 8.4 5.0 3.5 16.8 4 34 20 81 26 47

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

JUSTIN VELTUNG (2011, 2012)

7

G

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

13

YEAR


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS PUNTING

AUSTIN REHKOW (2013, NATIONAL LEADER)

YEAR G

NAME

NO

YDS

AVG

LG

1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

Flip Kleffner George Eidam Howard Willis Howard Willis Ken Hall Jim Norton Jim Norton Reg Carolan Mike Mosolf Tom Nelson Mickey Rice Mickey Rice Joe Rodriguez

23 39 18 18 18 35 61 23 51 36 43 54 36

944 1,316 644 720 826 1,208 2,138 936 1,719 1,266 1,723 2,284 1,535

41.1 34.0 35.3 40.0 44.8 34.5 35.0 40.6 33.6 35.1 40.0 42.2 42.1

82

Rudy Linterman Ron Davis Ron Davis Ron Davis Steve Hunter Steve Hunter Steve Tanner Steve Tanner Bob Cheek Paul Cox Ralph Lowe Dion Jergo Dion Jergo Chris Brockman Pete O’Brien Pat Ball Darin Magnuson Darin Magnuson Darin Magnuson

39 50 55 88 73 31 53 56 56 56 54 43 29 62 50 65 48 53 24

1,502 2,120 2,178 3,642 3,057 1,371 2,009 2,285 2,145 2,205 2,227 1,650 1,263 2,565 1,976 2,396 1,782 2,152 950

38.5 42.4 39.6 41.3 41.8 44.2 37.9 40.8 38.3 39.4 41.2 38.4 43.6 41.4 39.9 36.7 37.1 40.6 39.6

9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 10 10 NA 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

11 11 10 11 11 11 5 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 13 13 12 12 12

Darin Magnuson John Pleas John Pleas Joe Carrasco Joe Carrasco Tom Sugg Erich Gaedeke Eddie Howard Eddie Howard Justin Spiva Mike O’Neal Mike O’Neal Mike O’Neal Justin Spiva Ryan Downes Ryan Downes Ryan Downes (34) Ryan Downes (37) Mike Barrow Mike Barrow (28) T.J. Conley (66) T.J. Conley (60) T.J. Conley (1) Bobby Cowan * Bobby Cowan (10) Bobby Cowan (2) Bobby Cowan (24) Austin Rehkow (1)

45 43 34 52 53 53 14 37 50 51 46 59 50 72 58 46 56 64 75 43 67 67 58 43 58 88 70 75

1,690 1,747 1,205 2,171 2,141 2,371 598 1,620 1,968 2,054 1,684 2,499 2,031 2,934 2,081 1,805 2,338 2,702 2,890 1,811 2,640 2,730 2,751 1,850 2,618 4,084 3,018 3,587

37.6 40.6 35.4 41.8 40.4 44.7 42.4 43.8 39.4 40.3 36.6 42.2 40.6 40.8 35.9 39.2 41.8 42.2 38.5 42.1 39.4 40.7 47.4 43.0 45.1 46.4 43.1 47.8

* didn’t average enough punts per game for NCAA ranking (number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

59

68 65 69 59 77 54 58 62 68 65 57 75 62 57 48 55 74 52

FLIP KLEFFNER (1953)

T.J. CONLEY (2006, 2007, 2008)

75 65 62 67 56 61 55 67 63 61 55 58 57 58 63 59 60 60 53 77 66 67 74 67 65 76 61 65

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS INTERCEPTIONS

STANLEY FRANKS (2006 [NATIONAL LEADER])

9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

NAME

Michael Whiles Ron Kulm Five tied with one Bill Scott Byron Strickland Gerald Ahlin Byron Strickland Joe Tasby Ken Dotson Pat Sprute Bob Juba Pat Sprute Ross Nelson Ross Nelson Randy Hall Bucky Bruns Bill Keilty Bill Keilty Chuck Love Chris Frost Rick Linehan Rick Linehan Ray McCanna Carlton McBride Boyce Bailey Greg Jennings Sam Merriman Lloyd Williamson Tom Hennessey Steve Simpson Steve Simpson Tom Hennessey Virgil Paulsen Kevin Johnson Virgil Paulsen

NO

YDS

2 2

23 17

5 4 3 3 3 9 3 3 5 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 5 4 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 8 6 3 3

107 56 28 38 37 44 24 91 36 65 118 68 66 12 75 21

TD

LG

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

46 76 65 70 15 3 8 31

0 0 0 0 0

22 16 93 36 4

0 0 1 0 0

3 3 7 6 3 4 2 5 4 2 2 4 4 5 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 9 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

21 0 47 163 153 40 42 56 94 0 0 29 44 19 14 0 0 13 5 25 17 38 37 220 65 41 8 62 105 17 45

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

0

98

24 48

18 39 15 14 0 0 15 5 22 17 28 20 98 25 25 7 44 78 11 37

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

12 38 11 28

0 0 J.R. RUFFIN (2004)

9

G

1962

Jerry Medved Charlie Oliver Charlie Oliver Charlie Oliver Sherriden May David Gistarb Cole Wilson Jeff Hill Jason O’Neil Jason Shelt Bryson Gardner Bryson Gardner Bryson Gardner Cleavon Bradshaw Cleavon Bradshaw Brad Rice Sergio Robleto Rod Bryant Kody Kraus Rod Bryant J.R. Ruffin Simeon Stewart D.J. Dykes (T25) Stanley Franks (1) Shiloh Keo (T61) Isaac Butts (T96) Shiloh Keo Shiloh Keo Quin Ashley (T70) Solomon Dixon (T80) Trey Williams

13

YEAR

1988 10 10 1989 11 1990 11 1991 11 1992 11 1993 11 1994 11 1995 10 1996 11 11 1997 11 1998 11 1999 11 2000 11 2001 11 2002 12 12 2003 12 11 2004 12 12 2005 11 2006 12 2007 12 2008 12 2009 13 2010 13 2011 12 2012 12 2013 12


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS TACKLES

MARC MILLAN (2013)

YEAR

G

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

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

NAME

Kjel Kiilsgaard Rick Linehan Rick Linehan Larry Barker Sam Merriman Sam Merriman Sam Merriman Mark Tidd Mike Cox Tom Hennessey Tom Hennessey Jerry Medved Jerry Medved Roger Cecil Mark Matthews Will Saffo Duke Garrett Jason Shelt Duke Garrett Jason Shelt Jason Shelt Ryan Skinner Ryan Skinner Chris Nofoaiga Chris Nofoaiga Brad Rice Jordan Kramer Mike Anderson Cole Snyder (10) Cole Snyder T6) David Vobora (7) David Vobora (3) Virdell Larkins Shiloh Keo (T41) Robert Siavii Tre`Shawn Robinson (27) Gary Walker (77) Marc Millan

TOTAL

SOLO

AT

116 121 92 97 111 145 125 90 89 107 180 127 118 82 85 94 129 148 87 74 128 132 119 119 111 106 124 97 136 139 134 148 82 113 91 117 99 90

50 47 52 28 40 75 60 58 38 41 86 71 77 46 47 53 81 99 39 43 92 99 88 89 76 54 62 44 76 98 101 89 70 72 54 59 57 69

66 74 40 69 71 70 51 32 51 66 94 56 41 36 38 42 48 49 48 31 36 33 31 30 35 52 62 53 60 41 33 59 12 41 34 58 42 21

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

JORDAN KRAMER (2002)

CHRIS ‘ NOFO’ NOFOAIGA (1999, 2000)

14 0


YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS SACKS 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 11 11 10 11 11 12 11 11 11 12 6 12 9 12 13 13 13 12 12 12 12

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

NAME

Sam Manoa John Andrews John Andrews Nolan Harper Pete Wilkins Marvin Washington Mike Zeller Jeff Robinson Jeff Robinson Jeff Robinson Ahmani Johnson Ryan Phillips Ryan Phillips Ryan Phillips Tim Wilson Chris Nofoaiga Chris Nofoaiga Ryan Knowles Brandon Kania Tali Atoe Kody Kraus Brandon Kania Cole Snyder Josh Bousman Charles Campbell Jo`Artis Ratti Siua Musika Jonathan Faraimo Josh Shaw Jonah Sataraka Aaron Lavarias Aaron Lavarias (T22) Korey Toomer Maxx Forde QuayShawne Buckley QuayShawne Buckley

SACKS

YARDS

8 3 3 6.5 12 14.5 8.5 16 20 13.5 7.5 13.5 11 9 11½ 11 10 6 7 6 5 6 5 5 3 3 4 4 3 4 4 17 4 4 4 7

34 61 83 50 121 148 117 33 87 61 29 93 28 75 7 33 20 21 29 25 39 17 21 14 22 27 23 22 85 24 25 24 45

RYAN PHILLIPS (1994, 1995, 1996)

(number in parentheses indicates national ranking)

AARON LAVARIAS (2009, 2010)

QUAYSHAWNE BUCKLEY (2012, 2013)

1

G

1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

14

YEAR


ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS SINGLE GAME TOP 25 LONGEST PLAYS 1.

98*

2.

92*

3.

91

John Friesz to Lee Allen at Northern Arizona Brian Lindgren to Jimmy Labita vs. North Texas Rob Petrillo to Jack Klein

4.

84

Eric Hisaw to Kyle Gary

5.

83*

6.

82*

Doug Nussmeier to Andy Gilroy vs. Boston University Brian Brennan to Kyle Gary at Boise State Pat West to Ronnie White

Oct. 8, 1989 Oct. 11, 2003 1979 1994

82

Dec. 4, 1993 Nov. 19, 1994 1991

82* 82* 10. 81* 81

John Friesz to Lee Allen vs. Eastern Washington Dennis Ballock to Tim Coles vs. Boise State Nathan Enderle to Daniel Hardy vs. Boise State Doug Nussmeier to Kasey Dunn

Oct. 21, 1989 1974 Nov. 15, 2008 1991

12. 80*

80

Doug Nussmeier to Alan Allen vs. Northern Arizona Steve Nolan to Elia Ala`ilima-Daley vs. Cal State Chico Ron Whittenburg to Brian Allen vs. Weber State Ken Hobart to Vic Wallace vs. Weber State Mike McCurdy to Jett Taylor

80

Rocky Tuttle to Kirk Allen

80* 80* 80*

Oct. 31, 1992 Oct. 6, 1990 Oct. 2, 1982 Oct. 2, 1982 1978 1977

80*

Mike Monahan to Joe Chapman vs. Iowa 19. 78* Brian Brennan to Kyle Gary vs. Northern Arizona 78* Doug Nussmeier to Alan Allen at Northern Arizona 21. 77* Nathan Enderle to Maurice Shaw vs. Idaho State 22. 76* Nathan Enderle to Justin Veltung at Louisiana Tech 23. 76 George Eidam to Jay Buhler vs. Montana 24. 75* Nathan Enderle to Justin Veltung vs. Nevada 75 Steve Wichman to Daniel Smith at New Mexico State * indicates scoring play

1964 Oct. 22, 1994 Oct. 30, 1993 Sept. 6, 2008 Oct. 16, 2010 1953 Nov. 6, 2010 Oct. 29, 2005

ATTEMPTS 1. 71 Brian Lindgren 2. 64 Brian Brennan 3. 62 Ken Hobart 4. 61 Steve Wichman 5. 59 Ken Hobart 6. 58 Ryan Fien 7. 57 Brian Lindgren 57 Greg Robertson 57 Scott Linehan 57 Ken Hobart 11. 56 John Friesz 12. 55 Brian Lindgren 55 John Friesz 55 John Friesz 15. 54 Nathan Enderle 54 Steve Wichman 54 Ken Hobart 18. 53 Greg Robertson 53 Ryan Fien 53 John Friesz 21. 52 Rick Sloan 22. 51 John Welsh 51 Ryan Fien 51 John Friesz 51 John Friesz 51 John Friesz

Oct. 6, 2001 Oct. 18, 1997 Sept. 24, 1983 Nov. 19, 2005 Sept. 10, 1983 Aug. 31, 1996 Oct. 12, 2002 Oct. 2, 1999 Oct. 6, 1984 Nov. 20, 1982 Sept. 24, 1988 Sept. 29, 2001 Oct. 31, 1987 Oct. 3, 1987 Sept. 22, 2007 Oct. 29, 2005 Dec. 4, 1982 Oct. 30, 1999 Oct. 26, 1996 Nov. 26, 1988 Nov. 23, 1985 Nov. 17, 2001 Sept. 7, 1996 Oct. 28, 1989 Sept. 28, 1989 Oct. 17, 1987

at Middle Tennessee at Nevada at Idaho State at Boise State vs. Southern Colorado at Wyoming at Louisiana-Monroe at Wyoming at Nevada at Nevada at Montana vs. Boise State at Weber State at Idaho State vs. Northern Illinois at New Mexico State at Eastern Kentucky at New Mexico State at Utah State vs. Montana vs. Boise State vs. North Texas at San Diego State vs. Nevada vs. Montana vs. Nevada

COMPLETIONS 1. 49 Brian Lindgren 2. 37 Ken Hobart 3. 36 Ryan Fien 4. 35 Brian Lindgren 35 John Welsh 35 John Friesz 35 John Friesz 8. 34 Dominique Blackman 34 Brian Brennan 10. 33 Steve Wichman 33 Brian Lindgren 33 Brian Brennan 33 Ryan Fien 33 John Friesz 33 John Friesz 33 Ken Hobart 17. 32 John Welsh 32 John Friesz 32 John Friesz 20. 31 John Welsh 31 John Welsh 31 Doug Nussmeier 31 Scott Linehan 31 Scott Linehan 31 Steve Olson

Oct. 6, 2001 Sept. 10, 1983 Aug. 31, 1996 Oct. 12, 2002 Oct. 7, 2000 Oct. 17, 1987 Oct. 3, 1987 Sept. 22, 2012 Oct. 4, 1997 Nov. 19, 2005 Sept. 7, 2002 Oct. 18, 1997 Sept. 7, 1996 Sept. 24, 1988 Oct. 31, 1987 Dec. 4, 1982 Oct. 27, 2001 Oct. 28, 1989 Oct. 24, 1987 Nov. 17, 2001 Sept. 9, 2000 Nov. 16, 1991 Nov. 1, 1986 Sept. 27, 1986 Oct. 5, 1968

at Middle Tennessee vs. Southern Colorado at Wyoming at Louisiana-Monroe at West Virginia vs. Nevada at Idaho State vs. Wyoming vs. North Texas at Boise State at Washington State at Nevada at San Diego State at Montana at Weber State at Eastern Kentucky at Arkansas State vs. Nevada vs. Eastern Washington vs. North Texas vs. Montana vs. Montana at Montana at Eastern Washington vs. Pacific

14 2


ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS

SINGLE GAME

BRIAN LINDGREN

TEAM SINGLE GAME Attempts 71 Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State Opponent 79 Sept. 17, 1994 at University of Nevada-Las Vegas Completions 49 Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State Opponent 48 Sept. 17, 1994 at University of Nevada-Las Vegas Yards 637 Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee State Opponent 635 Sept. 17, 1994 at University of Nevada-Las Vegas Completion percentage 84.9 (29-34) Oct. 14, 1989 at Montana State University Touchdowns 6 (11 times) Sept. 21, 2002 last, San Diego State Interceptions 8 Oct. 26, 1968 at University of Washington

PASS EFFICIENCY (MINIMUM 20 ATTEMPTS) 1. 296.09 John Welsh Sept. 30, 2000 vs. Montana State 2. 271.86 Doug Nussmeier Nov. 13, 1993 vs. Lehigh 3. 265.94 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 16, 1993 vs. Eastern Washington 4. 264.52 Eric Hisaw Oct. 21, 1995 vs. Montana 5. 249.68 Eric Hisaw Oct. 1, 1994 vs. Idaho State 6. 245.01 Scott Linehan Sept. 14, 1985 vs. Mankato State 7. 240.38 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 19, 1991 at Idaho State 8. 233.15 Steve Nolan Nov. 4, 1990 vs. Northern Arizona 9. 230.66 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 9, 1993 at Idaho State 10. 224.30 Eric Hisaw Nov. 18, 1995 vs. Boise State 11. 222.81 John Friesz Sept. 16, 1989 vs. Sacramento State 12. 221.31 John Friesz Oct. 7, 1989 at Northern Arizona 13. 219.91 Nathan Enderle Sept. 26, 2009 at Northern Illinois 14. 216.31 John Welsh Nov. 3, 2001 vs. Louisiana-Monroe 15. 215.40 Scott Linehan Sept. 8, 1984 vs. Portland State 16. 213.49 Nathan Enderle Sept. 25, 2010 at Colorado State 17. 212.30 Ryan Fien Sept. 14, 1996 vs. St. Mary’s 18. 211.26 Nathan Enderle Oct. 24, 2009 at Nevada 19. 205.21 John Friesz Dec. 3, 1988 vs. Northwestern State (La.) 20. 204.46 Doug Nussmeier Nov. 27, 1993 at Northeast Louisiana 21. 204.38 Doug Nussmeier Sept. 11, 1993 vs. Southwest Texas State 22. 203.14 Ken Hobart Nov. 19, 1983 vs. Boise State 23. 201.38 Scott Linehan Nov. 10, 1984 vs. Idaho State 24. 198.87 Steve Wichman Sept. 10, 2005 at UNLV 25. 197.78 Eric Hisaw Sept. 17, 1994 at UNLV

3

Sept. 21, 2002 vs. San Diego State Sept. 9, 2000 vs. Montana Oct. 10, 1998 at Arkansas State Oct. 21, 1995 vs. Montana Oct. 9, 1993 at Idaho State Oct. 10, 1992 vs. Idaho State Nov. 4, 1990 vs. Northern Arizona Sept. 16, 1989 vs. Sacramento State Oct. 31, 1987 at Weber State Sept. 10, 1983 vs. Southern Colorado Nov. 2, 1968 vs. Weber State Oct. 4, 2003 at New Mexico State Oct. 6, 2001 at Middle Tennessee Nov. 3, 2001 vs. Louisiana-Monroe Sept. 13, 1997 at Idaho State Nov. 12, 1994 vs. Weber State Oct. 1, 1994 vs. Idaho State Sept. 17, 1994 at UNLV Nov. 13, 1993 vs. Lehigh Oct. 16, 1993 vs. Eastern Washington Sept. 11, 1993 vs. Southwest Texas State Sept. 21, 1991 at Montana State Nov. 4, 1989 at Idaho State Oct. 7, 1989 at Northern Arizona Sept. 10, 2011 vs. North Dakota Dec. 30, 2009 vs. Bowling Green State * Oct. 24, 2009 at Nevada Oct. 29, 2005 at New Mexico State Sept. 8, 2001 at Arizona Sept. 9, 2000 vs. Montana Dec. 30, 1998 Southern Mississippi Sept. 14, 1996 vs. St. Mary’s Aug. 31, 1996 at Wyoming Nov. 27, 1993 at Northeast Louisiana Sept. 19, 1992 vs. Weber State Oct. 19, 1991 at Idaho State Sept. 23, 1989 at Weber State Dec. 3, 1988 vs. Northwestern State (La.) Nov. 28, 1987 vs. Weber State Nov. 21, 1987 vs. Boise State Oct. 17, 1987 vs. Nevada Oct. 4, 1986 vs. Idaho State Nov. 2, 1985 at Eastern Washington Sept. 14, 1985 vs. Mankato State Nov. 19, 1983 vs. Boise State Oct. 22, 1983 vs. Montana Oct. 1, 1983 vs. Eastern Washington

14

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 6 Brian Lindgren 6 John Welsh 6 Greg Robertson 6 Eric Hisaw 6 Doug Nussmeier 6 Doug Nussmeier 6 Steve Nolan 6 John Friesz 6 John Friesz 6 Ken Hobart 6 Steve Olson 12. 5 Brian Lindgren 5 Brian Lindgren 5 John Welsh 5 Brian Brennan 5 Brian Brennan 5 Eric Hisaw 5 Eric Hisaw 5 Doug Nussmeier 5 Doug Nussmeier 5 Doug Nussmeier 5 Doug Nussmeier 5 John Friesz 5 John Friesz 25. 4 Brian Reader 4 Nathan Enderle 4 Nathan Enderle 4 Steve Wichman 4 John Welsh 4 John Welsh 4 John Welsh 4 Ryan Fien 4 Ryan Fien 4 Doug Nussmeier 4 Doug Nussmeier 4 Doug Nussmeier 4 John Friesz 4 John Friesz 4 John Friesz 4 John Friesz 4 John Friesz 4 Scott Linehan 4 Rick Sloan 4 Scott Linehan 4 Ken Hobart 4 Ken Hobart 4 Ken Hobart


ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS SINGLE SEASON

TEAM Attempts Completions Completion percentage Yards Average per game Average per completion Touchdowns Interceptions Efficiency

512 2002 315 1987 .633 2004 4,117 1989 374.3 1989 18.2 1981 33 1993, 1983 33 1969 169.1 1993

JOHN FRIESZ

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

John Friesz Nathan Enderle Ken Hobart Ryan Fien John Friesz Ken Hobart

Percentage 1987 2010 1983 1996 1989 1982

502 478 477 455 425 418

1987 2010 1983 1996 1989 2000 2002 1986

311 271 268 267 260 251 240 231

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

John Friesz Nathan Enderle Ken Hobart Ryan Fien John Friesz John Welsh Brian Lindgren Scott Linehan

Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

John Friesz John Friesz Ryan Fien Ken Hobart Nathan Enderle Doug Nussmeier John Welsh Ken Hobart Doug Nussmeier Doug Nussmeier Scott Linehan

1989 1987 1996 1983 2010 1991 2000 1982 1992 1993 1986

4,041 3,677 3,674 3,618 3,314 3,300 3,171 3,058 3,028 2,960 2,954

John Friesz John Friesz Ryan Fien Ken Hobart Doug Nussmeier

1989 1987 1996 1983 1991

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Rick Sloan Mike Harrington John Welsh Dominique Blackman John Welsh Brian Lindgren Steve Nolan John Friesz Doug Nussmeier Nathan Enderle Chad Chalich John Friesz

1985 2004 2001 2012 2000 2002 1990 1987 1992 2009 2013 1989

(minimum 75 attempts)

68.1 65.8 64.4 63.0 62.9 62.8 62.3 62.0 61.9 61.5 61.4 61.1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Doug Nussmeier Ken Hobart John Friesz John Friesz Ryan Fien

1993 1983 1989 1987 1996

33 32 31 28 27

Best Touchdown Percentage (attempts per touchdown; minimum 75 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Doug Nussmeier Brian Brennan Eric Hisaw Ken Hobart John Friesz

1993 1994 1994 1980 1989

367.4 334.3 334.0 328.9 300.0

1. John Friesz

1989

9.2 11.1 11.4 13.2 13.7 11

Passes Without An Interception 1. John Friesz

1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Doug Nussmeier Steve Nolan Eric Hisaw John Friesz Brian Brennan Nathan Enderle Doug Nussmeier Brian Reader * Rick Sloan Doug Nussmeier John Welsh Brian Lindgren

1993 1990 1994 1989 1994 2009 1992 2009 1985 1991 2001 2003

175.2 164.2 164.1 161.4 157.8 157.3 154.1 150.72 148.8 147.8 147.4 144.3

* in a backup role (completed 47 of 81)

Touchdown Passes

Consecutive Games 300+ Yards

Average Yards Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Passing Efficiency

(minimum 150 attempts)

173

Interceptions Thrown 1. Steve Olson 2. Ken Hobart 3. Steve Wichman Nathan Enderle 5. John Friesz John Welsh Nathan Enderle

1968 1983 2005 2007 1988 2000 2008

21 19 18 18 17 17 17

Best Interception Percentage (attempts per interception; minimum 75 attempts)

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

Eric Hisaw Brian Brennan Steve Nolan Chad Chalich Doug Nussmeier John Welsh John Friesz Ken Hobart

1994 1997 1990 2013 1993 2001 1989 1982

159.0 77.4 75.5 61.3 60.8 56.8 53.1 52.3

14 4


ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS CAREER

DOUG NUSSMEIER

Nathan Enderle 2007-10 John Friesz 1986-89 Ken Hobart 1980-83 Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 John Welsh 1998-2001 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 Steve Olson 1968-70

AVERAGE PER GAME 1,427 1,350 1,219 1,205 968 947 841 822

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

John Friesz 1986-89 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 Ken Hobart 1980-83 John Welsh 1998-2001 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 Steve Olson 1968-70

John Friesz 1986-89 Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 John Welsh 1998-2001 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 Ken Hobart 1980-83 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Steve Olson 1968-70

PASS EFFICIENCY 305.6 277.5 224.3 224.1 211.4 208.1 206.4 203.9

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 801 779 746 629 584 549 513 390

YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

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

Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 10,824 John Friesz 1986-89 10,697 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 10,064 Ken Hobart 1980-83 9,300 John Welsh 1998-2001 7,401 Scott Linehan 1982-86 7,018 Brian Lindgren 2001-04 6,451 Steve Olson 1968-70 5,098 Brian Brennan 1994 -97 5,028 Brian Reader 2009-11 4,144 Mike Harrington 2002-05 3,567 Eric Hisaw 1992-95 3,470 Rick Seefried 1971-73 2,845 Rick Sloan 1984-85 2,593 Dave Comstock 1972-75 2,213 Wayne Anderson 1950-52 2,135 Jay Goodenbour 1978-79 1,504 Howard Willis 1955-57 1,467

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

Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 Ken Hobart 1980-83 John Friesz 1986-89 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 John Welsh 1998-2001 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 Brian Brennan 1994-97

91 79 77 74 55 45 44 42

BEST TOUCHDOWN PERCENTAGE (attempts per touchdowns; minimum 150 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Steve Nolan Doug Nussmeier Ken Hobart Brian Brennan John Friesz

1987-90 1990-93 1980-83 1994-97 1986-89

11.1 13.2 15.4 16.3 17.5

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (min. 150 attempts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 Rick Sloan 1984-85 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 John Welsh 1998-2001 John Friesz 1986-89 Scott Linehan 1982-86 Mike Harrington 2002-05 Brian Reader 2009-11 Brian Brennan 1994-97 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 Craig Juntunen 1976-77

61.9 61.5 61.0 60.3 59.3 58.0 57.8 55.5 54.9 54.6 52.1

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 154.4 Eric Hisaw 1992-95 146.6 John Friesz 1986-89 138.8 Brian Lindgren 2001-03 136.0 John Welsh 1998-2001 135.5 Brian Brennan 1994 -97 134.1 Rick Sloan 1984-85 133.4 Brian Reader 2009-11 132.05 Ken Hobart 1980-83 130.2 Scott Linehan 1982-86 129.8 Nathan Enderle 2007-10 122.65 Mike Harrington 2002-04 110.86 Mike Monahan 1963-64 100.5 Steve Olson 1968-70 100.2 Craig Juntunen 1976-77 95.7

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

Nathan Enderle 2007-10 Steve Olson 1968-70 Ken Hobart 1980-83 John Friesz 1986-89 Rick Seefried 1971-73 John Welsh 1998-2001 Doug Nussmeier 1990-93

60 50 42 40 39 38 32

BEST INTERCEPTION PERCENTAGE (attempts per interceptions; minimum 150 attempts)

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

5

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

14

ATTEMPTS


ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS CAREER GAMES OF 300 OR MORE YARDS 28 John Friesz, includes nine 400+ (1986-89) 15 Doug Nussmeier (1990-94) 11 Scott Linehan, includes two 400+ (1982-87) John Welsh, includes two 400+ (1998-2001) 10 Ken Hobart, includes two 400+ and one 500+ (1980-84) 9

Nate Enderle, includes one 400+ (2007-10)

8

Ryan Fien, includes one 500+ (1996) Brian Lindgren, includes four 400+/one 600+ (2001-03)

6

Brian Brennan (1994-96)

5

Rick Sloan, includes one 400+ (1984-86) Steve Wichman, includes one 400+ (2005-06)

4

Eric Hisaw (1992-96)

3

Dominique Blackman (2012)

2

Michael Harrington (2002-05) Steve Nolan, includes one 400+ (1987-91) Greg Robertson (1977-99)

1

Steve Olson (1966-71) Brian Reader (2009-11) Chad Chalich (2013-) Taylor Davis (2010-13)

JOHN FRIESZ CONSECUTIVE 300+ GAMES 14 John Friesz (over two seasons: Nov. 19, 1988-Nov. 25, 1989) 11 John Friesz (Sept. 9, 1989-Nov. 25, 1989) 6 John Friesz (Sept. 26, 1987-Oct. 31, 1987) 5 Ryan Fien (Aug. 31-Oct. 5, 1996) 4 John Welsh (Oct. 20-Nov. 17, 2001) 3 Nathan Enderle (Sept. 25-Oct. 16, 2010) Ryan Fien (Oct. 26-Nov. 9, 1996) John Friesz (Nov. 19-Dec. 3, 1988) Scott Linehan (Nov. 1-Nov. 15, 1986) Doug Nussmeier (Sept. 7-Sept. 21, 1991) John Welsh (Sept. 30-Oct. 14, 2000) Steve Wichman (Oct. 29-Nov. 19, 2005)

CAREER 400-PLUS GAMES

BRIAN LINDGREN 600-YARD GAMES Brian Lindgren 637 at Middle Tennessee

Oct. 6, 2001

500-YARD GAMES Ryan Fien 542 at Wyoming

Aug. 31, 1996

Ken Hobart 527 vs. Southern Colorado

Sept. 10, 1983

400-YARD GAMES Nathan Enderle 423 vs. Northern Illinois John Friesz 446 vs. Nevada 437 vs. Montana 423 at Northern Arizona 423 vs. Boise State 420 vs. Eastern Illinois 420 at Montana 409 vs. Montana 405 vs. Weber State 400 vs. Eastern Washington

Sept. 22, 2007 Oct. 28, 1989 Sept. 28, 1989 Oct. 7, 1989 Nov. 21, 1987 Nov. 25, 1989 Sept. 24, 1988 Oct. 10, 1987 Nov. 28, 1987 Oct. 21, 1989

Ken Hobart 440 vs. Boise State 401 at Idaho State

Nov. 19, 1983 Sept. 24, 1983

Brian Lindgren 427 vs. Boise State 415 at Louisiana-Monroe 408 at New Mexico state 402 vs. North Texas

Sept. 29, 2001 Oct. 12, 2002 Oct. 4, 2003 Oct. 11, 2003

Scott Linehan 415 at Eastern Washington 403 vs. Mankato State

Sept. 27, 1986 Sept. 14, 1985

Steve Nolan 406 at SW Missouri State

Nov. 24, 1990

Rick Sloan 405 at Eastern Washington

Nov. 2, 1985

John Welsh 410 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 409 vs. North Texas

Oct. 20, 2001 Nov. 17, 2001

Steve Wichman 489 at New Mexico State

Oct. 29, 2005

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ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS CAREER 300-PLUS GAMES

Brian Brennan 396 vs. North Texas 372 vs. Northern Arizona 349 at Nevada 345 at Boise State 314 at New Mexico State 313 at Idaho State

Oct. 4, 1997 Oct. 22, 1994 Oct. 18, 1997 Nov. 19, 1994 Nov. 15, 1997 Sept. 13, 1997

Chad Chalich 310 vs. Temple

Sept. 28, 2013

Taylor Davis 308 vs. Old Dominion Nathan Enderle 380 at Western Michigan 373 at Louisiana Tech 347 at Colorado State 342 at Nevada 334 vs. Western Michigan 333 vs. North Dakota 333 vs. Colorado State 327 vs. Louisiana Tech

Nov. 9, 2013 Oct. 2, 2010 Oct. 16, 2010 Sept. 25, 2010 Oct. 24, 2009 Sept. 13, 2008 Sept. 2, 2010 Oct. 3, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009

Ryan Fien 388 vs. Eastern Washington Nov. 2, 1986 ! 387 at Utah State Oct. 26, 1996 386 vs. New Mexico State Nov. 9, 1996 ! 381 at San Diego State Sept. 7, 1996 354 vs. St. Mary’s Sept. 14, 1996 307 at Southwest Texas State Sept. 28, 1996 305 vs. Cal Poly Oct. 5, 1996

John Friesz 398 vs. Montana Nov. 26, 1988 389 at Weber State Sept. 23, 1989 385 at Weber State Oct. 31, 1987 381 at Idaho State Nov. 4, 1989 375 vs. Sacramento State Sept. 16, 1989 368 at Boise State Nov. 19, 1988 363 vs. Nevada Oct. 17, 1987 357 vs. Central Michigan Sept. 12, 1987 351 at Northern Arizona Sept. 26, 1987 340 at Montana State Oct. 14, 1989 330 vs. Mankato State Sept. 5, 1987 327 vs. Eastern Washington Oct. 24, 1987 323 at Idaho State Oct. 3, 1987 321 vs. Northern Arizona Oct. 1, 1988 318 at Portland State Sept. 9, 1989 312 vs. Northwestern State (La.) Dec. 3, 1988 307 vs. Boise State Nov. 18, 1989 303 at Nevada Nov. 5, 1988

Steve Nolan 372 at Georgia Southern Doug Nussmeier 396 at Montana State 393 at Idaho State 390 at Colorado State 357 vs. Southwest Texas State 351 vs. Southwest Texas State 350 vs. Idaho State 344 at Idaho State 338 at Montana 336 vs. Sonoma State 334 vs. Montana 334 at Northern Arizona 322 at Northeast Louisiana 317 at Eastern Washington 313 vs. Montana State 308 vs. Lehigh

Sept. 21, 1991 Oct. 9, 1993 Sept. 12, 1992 Sept. 11, 1993 Sept. 14, 1991 Oct. 10, 1992 Oct. 19, 1991 Nov. 7, 1992 Sept. 7, 1991 Nov. 16, 1991 Nov. 9, 1991 Nov. 27, 1993 Oct. 17, 1992 Sept. 1, 1990 Nov. 13, 1993

Michael Harrington 328 at North Texas 318 at Eastern Michigan

Steve Olson 371 at Idaho State

Sept. 28, 1968

Brian Reader 305 at Boise State

Nov. 14, 2009

Greg Robertson 345 at Arkansas State 302 at Wyoming

Oct. 10, 1998 Oct. 2, 1999

Nov. 13, 2004 Oct. 2, 2004

Eric Hisaw 374 vs. Idaho State 371 vs. Stephen F. Austin 310 vs. Montana 308 vs. Eastern Washington

Oct. 1, 1994 Sept. 24, 1994 Oct. 21, 1995 Oct. 14, 1995

Ken Hobart 375 vs. Northern Arizona 365 at Eastern Kentucky 356 at Pacific 353 vs. Weber State 332 vs. Eastern Washington 317 vs. Montana

Nov. 13, 1982 Dec. 4, 1982 Oct. 29, 1983 Oct. 2, 1982 Oct. 1, 1983 Oct. 10, 1981

Dec. 1, 1990

Rick Sloan 384 vs. Montana 332 vs. Oregon State 326 vs. Boise State 324 vs. Eastern Washington

Oct. 19, 1985 Sept. 29, 1984 Nov. 23, 1985 Nov. 30, 1985 Sept. 30, 2000 Oct. 27, 2001 Nov. 11, 2000 Oct. 7, 2000 Sept. 8, 2001 Oct. 14, 2000 Nov. 3, 2001 Nov. 4, 2000 Sept. 9, 2000 Sept. 10, 2005 Nov. 19, 2005 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 21, 2006

Brian Lindgren 382 vs. San Diego State 326 vs. Weber State 323 at Northern Iowa 319 at Louisiana-Lafayette 309 at Washington

Sept. 21, 2002 Nov. 15, 1986 Oct. 9, 1982 Nov. 2, 2002 Sept. 28, 2002

Scott Linehan 377 at Montana 374 at Montana 370 at Oregon State 350 at Central Michigan 336 vs. Northern Arizona 333 vs. Montana State 320 vs. Idaho State 313 vs. Weber State

John Welsh 385 vs. Montana State 384 at Arkansas State 366 vs. New Mexico State 365 at West Virginia 349 at Arizona 339 vs. Arkansas State 330 vs. Louisiana-Monroe 319 at North Texas 303 vs. Montana

Nov. 1, 1986 Oct. 27, 1984 Sept. 7, 1985 Sept. 13, 1986 Nov. 3, 1984 Nov. 8, 1986 Oct. 4, 1986 Oct. 13, 1984

Steve Wichman 390 at UNLV 350 at Boise State 343 vs. Louisiana Tech 328 vs. Boise State

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Sept. 8, 2012 Sept. 22, 2012 Oct. 6, 2012

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Dominique Blackman 352 at Bowling Green State 306 vs. Wyoming 304 vs. New Mexico State


ALL-TIME RUSHING RECORDS TOP 50 LONGEST RUNS TOP INDIVIDUAL EFFORTS 1. 2. 3.

99* George Wilson Whitman Oct. 18, 1930 90* Joel Thomas at Boise State Nov. 23, 1996 89* Wilbur Gary vs. Brigham Young 1955 89* Wilbur Gary vs. North Dakota 1954 5. 87* Tim Lappano vs. Washington State 1975 6. 85* Russell Davis at Portland State Oct. 3, 1981 85* Russell Davis at Portland State Oct. 3, 1981 8. 82* Princeton McCarty at Brigham Young Nov. 12, 2011 82* Willie Alderson at Washington Sept. 2, 2000 10. 81* Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee Oct. 26, 2002 81 Darrell Mitchell vs. Idaho State Nov. 17, 1973 11. 80 Willie Alderson at Utah State Oct. 21, 2000 80* Russell Davis vs. Portland State Oct. 4, 1980 80 Tim Lappano 1977 80 Robert Taylor 1976 15. 79* Doug Nussmeier at Montana State Oct. 23, 1993 16. 76* Tim Lappano vs. Weber State 1975 17. 74* Alan Allen at Northern Arizona Nov. 9, 1991 18. 72 Devon Pearce 1989 19. 71* Jayson Bird at Boise State Sept. 4, 2004 71* Dale Meyer vs. Pacific 1963 71* Scott Linehan vs. Cal State Fullerton Sept. 20, 1986 22. 70 Kama Bailey at San Jose State Nov. 5, 2011 70* Sherriden May vs. Northern Iowa Nov. 5, 1994 70* Russell Davis at Portland State Oct. 3, 1981 25. 69 Tim Lappano 1979 69 Dave Comstock 1975 27. 68 D. Woolridge vs. Fresno State Nov. 7, 2009 68 Sherriden May 1993 29. 67 Princeton McCarty at New Mexico State Sept. 5, 2009 30. 66* Sherriden May vs. Weber State Sept. 19, 1992 66* Ray McDonald vs. Idaho State 1965 32. 64* Tim Lappano vs. Montana 1975 33. 63 Rocky Tuttle 1977 34. 60 Antwaun Sherman at UNLV Sept. 10, 2005 60 Robert Taylor 1977 60 Robert Brooks 1975 37. 59* Deonte Jackson at Nevada Oct. 24, 2009 59 June Hanford vs. Utah State 1958 39. 58 Willie Alderson vs. New Mexico State Nov. 11, 2000 58* Kerry Hickey vs. Portland State Sept. 25, 1982 41. 57* Sherriden May vs. Southwest Texas Sept. 11, 1993 57 Russell Davis 1978 43. 56 Willie Alderson at Oregon Sept. 16, 2000 56 Willie Alderson 1997 56* Jack Klein at Portland State Oct. 4, 1980 56 Tom Coombs vs. Simon Fraser Sept. 20, 1980 47. 55* Kerry Hickey at Northern Arizona Nov. 3, 1983 55* Dave Comstock vs. Weber State 1975 55 Flip Kleffner vs. Montana 1953 *scoring play (others may be as well; research continuing)

SINGLE GAME (TOP 50) YARDS 1. 347 2. 282 3. 273 4. 255 5. 241 6. 226 7. 221 221 8. 214 9. 206 10. 204 11. 202 201 13. 199 14. 194 194 16. 190 17. 186 18. 181 19. 180 20. 177 177 22. 173 173 24. 171 25. 170 26. 169 169 28. 168 168 30. 166 31. 165 32. 163 33. 162 34. 161 35. 160 160 160 38. 159 159 40. 158 41. 157 42. 155 155 155 45. 150 46. 149 48. 148 49. 146 50. 147

Russell Davis at Portland State Oct. 3, 1981 Willis Smith vs. Gonzaga Oct. 8, 1932 Joel Thomas at Boise State Nov. 23, 1996 Ray McDonald vs. Weber State Nov. 19, 1966 Ray McDonald at Montana Oct. 23, 1965 Devon Pearce at Boise State Nov. 17, 1990 Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee Oct. 26, 2002 Mark Fredback vs. Weber State Oct. 20. 1973 Deonte` Jackson vs. Cal Poly Sept. 8, 2007 Antonio Wilson at Utah State Oct. 26, 1996 Sherriden May at Weber State Sept. 18, 1993 Sherriden May vs. Weber State Sept. 19, 1992 Robert Taylor vs. Northern Arizona Nov. 20, 1976 Darrell Mitchell vs. Idaho State Nov. 17, 1973 Sherriden May vs. Montana State Oct. 14, 1994 Devon Pearce vs. Northern Arizona Nov. 4, 1990 Devon Pearce vs. Idaho State Oct. 13, 1990 Russell Davis at Boise State Nov. 21, 1981 Zach Gerstner at Louisiana-Monroe Nov. 15, 2003 Bill Scott vs. San Jose State Oct. 26, 1963 Zach Gerstner at Louisiana-Lafayette Oct. 25, 2003 Sherriden May at Stephen F. Austin Sept. 2, 1993 Antonio Wilson vs. Eastern Washington Nov. 2, 1996 Devon Pearce vs. Weber State Sept. 22, 1990 Jayson Bird vs. Arkansas State Nov. 6, 2004 Anthony Tenner at Montana Nov. 24, 2001 Devon Pearce at Southwest Missouri State Nov. 24, 1990 Wilbur Gary at Brigham Young Nov. 11, 1955 Joel Thomas vs. Idaho State Oct. 3, 1998 Sherriden May vs. Northern Iowa Nov. 5, 1994 Sherriden May at UNLV Sept. 17, 1994 Sherriden May vs. Eastern Washington Oct. 16, 1993 Kama Bailey at San Jose State Nov. 5, 2011 Bruce Harris at Montana Sept. 24, 1988 Joel Thomas at Northern Arizona Oct. 30, 1993 Princeton McCarty vs. New Mexico State Oct. 25, 2008 Bruce Harris at Pacific Sept. 17, 1988 Wilbur Gary vs. North Dakota Nov. 13, 1954 Zach Gerstner at New Mexico State Oct. 4, 2003 Blair Lewis vs. New Mexico State Nov. 23, 2002 Todd Hoiness at Idaho State Oct. 26, 1985 Michael Moody vs. North Texas Oct. 9, 1999 Willie Alderson at Utah State Oct. 21, 2000 Russell Davis vs. Northern Iowa Sept. 19, 1981 Ken Hobart vs. Simon Fraser Sept. 5, 1981 James Baker at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013 Anthony Tenner at New Mexico State Nov. 15, 1997 Joel Thomas vs. Eastern Washington Sept. 5, 1998 Joel Thomas vs. Weber State Nov. 12, 1994 Zach Gerstner vs. Utah State Nov. 22, 2003

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ALL-TIME RUSHING RECORDS TOP INDIVIDUAL EFFORTS SINGLE GAME (TOP 50)

DEMAUNDRAY WOOLRIDGE TOUCHDOWNS 1. 4 D. Woodridge vs. Hawai`i Oct. 17, 2009 4 Willie Alderson vs. Arkansas State Oct. 14, 2000 4 Joel Thomas at Boise State Nov. 23, 1996 4 Sherriden May vs. Southwest Texas State Sept. 11, 1993 4 Kerry Hickey vs. Northern Arizona Nov. 13, 1982 4 Russell Davis at Portland State Oct. 3, 1981 7. 3 Jayson Bird at Eastern Michigan Oct. 2, 2004 3 Rolly Lumbala at Eastern Michigan Oct. 2, 2004 3 Blair Lewis vs. Montana Oct. 5, 2002 3 Anthony Tenner at Montana Nov. 13, 1999 3 Antonio Wilson at Utah State Oct. 26, 1996 3 Joel Thomas vs. Weber State Nov. 12, 1994 3 Sherriden May vs. Lehigh Nov. 13, 1993 3 Sherriden May at Weber State Sept. 18, 1993 3 Sherriden May at Boise State Nov. 21, 1992 3 Sherriden May ** vs. Northern Arizona Oct. 31, 1992 3 Sherriden May at Eastern Washington Oct. 17, 1992 3 Sherriden May vs. Cal State Northridge Oct. 4, 1992 3 Sherriden May vs. Weber State Sept. 19, 1992 3 Doug Nussmeier St. Cloud State Sept. 5, 1992 3 Devon Pearce at Southwest Missouri State Nov. 24, 1990 3 Devon Pearce vs. Idaho State Oct. 13, 1990 3 Devon Pearce vs. Weber State Sept. 22, 1990 3 Damon Daniels vs. Eastern Washington Oct. 21, 1989 3 Damon Daniels vs. Nevada Oct. 28, 1989 3 Russell Davis at Boise State Nov. 21, 1981 **scored fourth TD in this game on a 96-yard kickoff return

vs. Weber State College vs. Simon Fraser University vs. Montana State University

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TEAM Carries 82 Nov. 16, 1976 Net yards 526 Sept. 5, 1981 Touchdowns 8 Nov. 30, 1965

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CARRIES 1. 44 Devon Pearce at Boise State Nov. 17, 1990 2. 39 Zach Gerstner vs. Utah State Nov. 22, 2003 3. 38 Anthony Tenner at Montana Nov. 24, 2001 4. 37 Ray McDonald vs. Montana Nov. 12, 1966 5. 36 Zach Gerstner at Louisiana-Monroe Nov. 15, 2003 6. 34 Ray McDonald vs. Washington State Oct. 24, 1964 7. 33 Zach Gerstner vs. Middle Tennessee Oct. 18, 2003 33 Devon Pearce at Nevada Sept. 29, 1990 9. 32 Ray McDonald at Montana Oct. 23, 1965 10. 31 Sherriden May vs. Weber State Sept. 19, 1992 31 Devon Pearce at Montana Nov. 10, 1990 12. 30 Deonte` Jackson vs. Cal Poly Sept. 8, 2007 30 Sherriden May at Eastern Washington Oct. 17, 1992 30 Devon Pearce vs. Weber State Sept. 22, 1990 30 Larry Norby vs. Oregon State Nov. 17, 1956 16. 29 Anthony Tenner at Washington State Sept. 18, 1999 29 Joel Thomas vs. Weber State Nov. 12, 1994 29 Sherriden May at Stephen F. Austin Sept. 2, 1993 29 Sherriden May vs. Cal State Northridge Oct. 4, 1992 20. 28 Princeton McCarty vs. Hawai`i Oct. 29, 2011 28 Deonte` Jackson at Washington State Sept. 15, 2007 28 Willie Alderson vs. Arkansas State Oct. 14, 2000 28 Sherriden May vs. Montana State Oct. 14, 1994 28 Sherriden May at Northern Iowa Oct. 24, 1991 28 Marlon Barrow vs. Idaho State Nov. 10, 1984 26. 27 Zach Gerstner at Arkansas State Nov. 8, 2003 27 Sherriden May vs. Eastern Washington Oct. 16, 1993 27 Devon Pearce at Southwest Missouri State Nov. 24, 1990 27 Devon Pearce vs. Northern Arizona Nov. 4, 1990 27 Devon Pearce vs. Idaho State Oct. 13, 1990 27 Bruce Harris at Montana Sept. 24, 1988 27 Ken Hobart at Weber State Sept. 12, 1981 33. 26 Deonte` Jackson at New Mexico State Oct. 20, 2007 26 Jayson Bird at Eastern Michigan Oct. 2, 2004 26 Zach Gerstner vs. Boise State Aug. 31, 2002 26 Willie Alderson at Washington State Sept. 23, 2000 26 Anthony Tenner vs. Utah State Oct. 23, 1999 26 Joel Thomas at North Texas Oct. 31, 1998 26 Joel Thomas at San Jose State Sept. 12, 1998 26 Sherriden May at Boise State Nov. 21, 1992 26 Sherriden May vs. Montana State Nov. 14, 1992 26 Ken Hobart vs. Nevada Oct. 24, 1981 43. 25 Princeton McCarty at New Mexico State Oct. 14, 2011 25 Jayson Bird vs. Arkansas State Nov. 6, 2004 25 Zach Gerstner at Louisiana-Lafayette Oct. 25, 2003 25 Zach Gerstner at Arkansas State Oct. 27, 2001 25 Willie Alderson vs. New Mexico State Nov. 11, 2000 25 Willie Alderson at Utah State Oct. 21, 2000 25 Willie Alderson vs. Montana Sept. 9, 2000 25 Anthony Tenner vs. North Texas Oct. 9, 1999 25 Joel Thomas at Utah State Oct. 17, 1998 25 Joel Thomas at Boise State Nov. 23, 1996 25 Sherriden May vs. Idaho State Nov. 12, 1994 25 Damon Daniels vs. Weber State Oct. 22, 1988 25 Wally Jones vs. Idaho State Oct. 31, 1981


ALL-TIME RUSHING RECORDS SINGLE SEASON

RAY MCDONALD

DEVON PEARCE

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

Devon Pearce Ray McDonald Zach Gerstner Deonte` Jackson Willie Alderson Sherriden May Sherriden May Joel Thomas

1990 1966 2003 2007 2000 1992 1994 1998

267 259 256 240 238 237 231 231

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 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. 7. 8. 9.

Ray McDonald Devon Pearce Sherriden May Sherriden May Russell Davis Joel Thomas Willie Alderson Joel Thomas Tim Lappano

1966 1990 1994 1993 1981 1998 2000 1996 1979

132.9 126.6 124.6 115.2 111.7 111.7 108.6 104.4 102.4

Average Per Carry (minimum 40 carries)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Tim Lappano Russell Davis Terry Idler Robert Taylor Bob Mays

Touchdowns 1. Sherriden May 2. Sherriden May 3. De`Maundray Woolridge 4. Joel Thomas 5. Devon Pearce Ray McDonald 7. Ray McDonald Joel Thomas

TEAM Carries Net yards Touchdowns

1975 1981 1980 1976 1949

8.41 7.98 7.14 7.01 6.80

1992 1993 2009 1998 1990 1965 1966 1996

21 20 18 16 15 15 14 14

623 3,482 37

1975 1975 1993

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ALL-TIME RUSHING RECORDS CAREER

JOEL THOMAS

WILLIS SMITH

ATTEMPTS

AVERAGE PER CARRY 1993-98 1992-94 1980-83 1964-66 2007-10 1988-91

765 689 628 603 601 551

1993-98 1992-94 1929-32 1964-66 1988-90 2007-10 2008-11 1978-81 1975-79 2000-03 1997-2001 1980-83 1974-78 1948-50 1973-75 1975-77 1987-89 1997-2000 1985-87 1970-71

3,929 3,748 3,029 2,916 2,724 2,700 2,245 2,200 2,196 2,115 2,010 1,826 1,714 1,662 1,582 1,548 1,494 1,452 1,449 1,439

YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Joel Thomas Sherriden May Willis Smith Ray McDonald Devon Pearce Deonte` Jackson Princeton McCarty Russell Davis Tim Lappano Zach Gerstner Anthony Tenner Ken Hobart Robert Brooks John Brogan J.C. Chadband Robert Taylor Bruce Harris Willie Alderson Todd Hoiness Fred Riley

(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

8.73 6.34 6.22 6.09 5.95

1992-94 1964-66 1929-32 1993-98 20071988-90

113.6 97.2 86.5 85.4 78.0 69.8

1993-98 1992-94 1964-66 1988-90 1980-83

51 50 36 33 26

AVERAGE PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Sherriden May Ray McDonald Willis Smith Joel Thomas Deonte` Jackson Devon Pearce

TOUCHDOWNS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Joel Thomas Sherriden May Ray McDonald Devon Pearce Ken Hobart

1

Joel Thomas Sherriden May Ken Hobart Ray McDonald Deonte` Jackson Devon Pearce

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


ALL-TIME RUSHING RECORDS CAREER 100-PLUS GAMES

SHERRIDEN MAY

300-YARD GAMES Russell Davis 347 at Portland State

Oct. 3, 1981

200-YARD GAMES Ray McDonald 255 vs. Weber State 241 at Montana

Nov. 19, 1966 Oct. 23, 1965

Sherriden May 204 at Weber State 202 vs. Weber State

Sept. 18, 1993 Sept. 19, 1992

Wilis Smith 282 vs. Gonzaga

Oct. 8, 1932

Joel Thomas 273 at Boise State

Nov. 23, 1996

Devon Pearce 226 at Boise State

Nov. 17, 1990

Blair Lewis 221 vs. Middle Tennessee

Oct. 26, 2002

Deonte` Jackson 214 vs. Cal Poly

Sept. 8, 2007

CAREER GAMES OF 100 OR MORE YARDS 22 Sherriden May, includes two of 200+ (1992-94) 16 Joel Thomas, includes one of 200+ (1993-98) 10 Devon Pearce, includes one of 200+ (1990-91) 9

Zach Gerstner (2000-03)

7

Deonte` Jackson (2007-10) Blair Lewis (2000-02) Anthony Tenner (1997-2001)

6

Willie Alderson (1997-2000)

4

Princeton McCarty (2008-11)

3

Jayson Bird (2004-07) Russell Davis (1978-82) Bruce Harris (1987-91) Ray McDonald (1963-67) DeMaundray Woolridge (2009)

2

Kama Bailey (2008-11) James Baker (2012-13) Wilbur Gary (1954-56) Kerry Hickey (1982-84)

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ALL-TIME RUSHING RECORDS CAREER 100-PLUS GAMES

Oct. 14, 1994 Sept. 2, 1993 Nov. 5, 1994 Sept. 17, 1994 Oct. 16, 1993 Nov. 14, 1992 Oct. 24, 1992 Sept. 11, 1993 Nov. 12, 1994 Nov. 6, 1993 Oct. 17, 1992 Nov. 13, 1993 Sept. 24, 1994 Oct. 4, 1992 Oct. 8, 1994 Oct. 1, 1994 Sept. 3, 1994 Nov. 19, 1994 Nov. 21, 1992 Oct. 23, 1993

Joel Thomas 168 vs. Idaho State 161 at Northern Arizona 148 vs. Eastern Washington 146 vs. Weber State 142 at North Texas 138 at Arkansas State 134 vs. Eastern Washington 129 at Northern Iowa 128 at Southwest Texas State 121 at Boise State 120 vs. Boise State 119 vs. New Mexico State 119 vs. St. Mary’s 115 at Utah State 115 at Idaho State 102 at San Jose State

Oct. 3, 1998 Oct. 30, 1993 Sept. 5, 1998 Nov. 12, 1994 Oct. 31, 1998 Oct. 10, 1998 Nov. 2, 1996 Nov. 11, 1995 Sept. 28, 1996 Nov. 21, 1998 Nov. 20, 1993 Nov. 9, 1996 Sept. 14, 1996 Oct. 17, 1998 Sept. 30, 1995 Sept. 12, 1998

Devon Pearce 190 vs. Idaho State Oct. 13, 1990 194 vs. Northern Arizona Nov. 4, 1990 173 vs. Weber State Sept. 22, 1990 169 at Southwest Missouri State Nov. 24, 1990 135 vs. Southwest Texas State Sept. 14, 1991 118 at Nevada Sept. 29, 1990 114 vs. Cal State Chico Oct. 6, 1990 112 at Montana Nov. 10, 1990 111 at Oregon Sept. 15, 1990 Zach Gerstner 181 at Louisiana-Monroe 177 at Louisiana-Lafayette 159 at New Mexico State 147 vs. Utah State 111 vs. North Texas 110 vs. Middle Tennessee 110 vs. Montana State 104 at Washington 101 at Arkansas State

Nov. 15, 2003 Oct. 25, 2003 Oct. 4, 2003 Nov. 22, 2003 Oct. 11, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003 Sept. 30, 2000 Sept. 20, 2003 Oct. 27, 2001

Anthony Tenner 170 at Montana 149 at New Mexico State 122 at Eastern Washington 118 at Washington State 114 vs. North Texas 107 at Arkansas State 100 at Montana

Nov. 24, 2001 Nov. 15, 1997 Sept. 2, 1999 Sept. 18, 1999 Oct. 9, 1999 Oct. 16, 1999 Nov. 13, 1999

Blair Lewis 159 vs. New Mexico State 126 vs. Montana 110 at Arizona 104 at Washington 102 at New Mexico State 101 vs. Arkansas State

Nov. 23, 2002 Oct. 5, 2002 Sept. 8, 2001 Sept. 22, 2001 Oct. 13, 2001 Nov. 16, 2002

Deonte` Jackson 143 at New Mexico State 113 at Washington State 111 vs. Northern Illinois 110 vs. Western Michigan 108 vs. Fresno State 100 vs. Idaho State

Oct. 20, 2007 Sept. 15, 2007 Sept. 22, 2007 Sept. 13, 2008 Oct. 13, 2007 Sept. 6, 2008

Willie Alderson 155 at Utah State 140 at Washington 139 vs. New Mexico State 135 vs. Arkansas State 113 at Washington State 107 at Oregon

Oct. 21, 2000 Sept. 2, 2000 Nov. 11, 2000 Oct. 14, 2000 Sept. 23, 2000 Sept. 16, 2000

Princeton McCarty 160 vs. New Mexico State 127 at Brigham Young 125 at San Jose State 116 at New Mexico State

Oct. 25, 2008 Nov. 12, 2011 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 14, 2011

Jayson Bird 171 vs. Arkansas State 134 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 125 at Eastern Michigan

Nov. 6, 2004 Oct. 16, 2004 Oct. 2, 2004

DeMaundray Woolridge 143 at Northern Illinois Sept. 26, 2009 143 at Boise State Nov. 14, 2009 126 vs. Bowling Green State * Dec. 30, 2009

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Sherriden May 194 vs. Montana State 177 at Stephen F. Austin 168 vs. Northern Iowa 166 at UNLV 165 vs. Eastern Washington 143 vs. Montana State 133 at Northern Iowa 128 vs. Southwest Texas State 124 vs. Idaho State 123 vs. Montana 123 at Eastern Washington 122 vs. Lehigh 121 vs. Stephen F. Austin 121 vs. Cal State Northridge 114 at Eastern Washington 111 vs. Idaho State 108 at Southern Utah 107 at Boise State 104 at Boise State 100 at Montana State

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ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS SINGLE GAME

JERRY HENDREN

CHRIS LACY

RECEPTIONS 1. 17 Jerry Hendren 2. 15 Chris Lacy 15 Scott Dahlquist 15 Jerry Hendren 3. 14 Eric Yarber 4. 13 Kasey Dunn 13 Scott Auker 13 Kurt Vestman 5. 12 Max Komar 12 B. Bernal-Wood 12 B. Bernal-Wood 12 Antonio Wilson 12 Kasey Dunn 12 Eric Yarber 12 Scott Auker 6. 11 Daniel Smith 11 Chris Belser 11 Josh Jelmberg 11 Blair Lewis 11 Rossi Martin 11 Kasey Dunn 11 Kurt Vestman 7. 10 Mike Scott 10 Jahrie Level 10 Max Komar 10 Daniel Smith 10 Daniel Smith 10 B. Bernal-Wood 10 B. Bernal-Wood 10 Orlando Winston 10 Orlando Winston 10 Josh Jelmberg 10 Josh Jelmberg 10 Antonio Wilson 10 Kasey Dunn 10 David Jackson 10 Neosia Morris 10 Brant Bengen 10 Neosia Morris 10 Brant Bengen 10 Scott Auker 10 Scott Auker 10 Eric Yarber

at Southern Mississippi at Middle Tennessee at Georgia Southern at Idaho State vs. Nevada at SW Missouri State vs. Nevada at Pacific vs. Colorado State vs. Louisiana-Lafayette at Eastern Michigan at Nevada vs. Montana State vs. Mankato State vs. Weber State at New Mexico State vs. New Mexico State vs. Montana at Middle Tennessee at Auburn vs. Weber State at Weber State vs. UT-San Antonio at Bowling Green State at Nevada at Boise State at Washington State at Middle Tennessee vs. Louisiana-Monroe vs. Middle Tennessee vs. North Texas at Washington State vs. Boise State vs. Utah State vs. Sonoma State vs. Montana vs. Montana State at Montana at Eastern Washington vs. Boise State vs. Eastern Washington at Oregon State at Cal State Fullerton

Oct. 3, 1969 Oct. 6, 2001 Dec. 1, 1990 Sept. 28, 1968 Sept. 28, 1985 Nov. 24, 1990 Sept. 28, 1985 Oct. 29, 1983 Oct. 2, 2009 Oct. 16, 2004 Oct. 2, 2004 Oct. 18, 1997 Sept. 1, 1990 Sept. 14, 1985 Oct. 13, 1984 Oct. 29, 2005 Nov. 23, 2002 Oct. 5, 2002 Oct. 6, 2001 Sept. 11, 1999 Sept. 22, 1990 Oct. 15, 1983 Nov. 17, 2012 Sept. 8, 2012 Oct. 24, 2009 Nov. 19, 2005 Sept. 1, 2005 Oct. 23, 2004 Oct. 9, 2004 Oct. 18, 2003 Oct. 11, 2003 Sept. 7, 2002 Aug. 31, 2002 Oct. 25, 1997 Sept. 7, 1991 Nov. 26, 1988 Nov. 8, 1986 Nov. 1, 1986 Sept. 27, 1986 Nov. 23, 1985 Nov. 2, 1985 Sept. 7, 1985 Sept. 15, 1984

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ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS SINGLE GAME Oct. 29, 2005 Sept. 1, 1990 Nov. 9, 1968 Nov. 24, 1990 Oct. 6, 2001 Sept. 14, 1985 Oct. 7, 1989 Oct. 2, 1982 Oct. 26, 1996 Dec. 1, 1990 Nov. 7, 1992 Oct. 10, 1987 Nov. 21, 1981 Oct. 12, 1991 Oct. 24, 2009 Nov. 28, 1987 Nov. 8, 1986 Sept. 16, 1989 Oct. 21, 1989 Aug. 31, 1996 Sept. 9, 1989 Nov. 2, 1996 Oct. 10, 1992 Oct. 20, 1990 Sept. 18, 1993 Sept. 27, 2003 Sept. 10, 1983 Nov. 26, 1988 Nov. 1, 1986 Sept. 13, 2008 Sept. 28, 1985 Oct. 28, 1989 Nov. 19, 1983 Oct. 22, 1994 Nov. 12, 1988 Sept. 5, 1992 Oct. 2, 2004 Oct. 5, 2002 Oct. 1, 1994 Sept. 28, 1989 Oct. 1, 1983 Oct. 3, 2009 Oct. 14, 1995 Sept. 8, 1984 Oct. 11, 2003 Oct. 29, 1983 Nov. 4, 1989 Sept. 10, 2005 Sept. 29, 2001 Nov. 15, 1986 Oct. 18, 2003 Sept. 24, 1994

40. 142 142 142 142 41. 141 141 42. 140 140 140 140 140 43. 139 139 139 44. 138 138 45. 137 137 137 46. 136 136 136 136 136 47. 135 135 135 135 48. 134 134 49. 133 133 50. 132

Eddie Williams Antonio Wilson Yo Murphy Alan Allen Daniel Smith Kasey Dunn Justin Veltung Antonio Wilson Kasey Dunn Brant Bengen Brant Bengen B. Bernal-Wood Antonio Wilson David Jackson Chris Lacy Kasey Dunn B. Bernal-Wood Chris Lacy Jack Klein Max Komar Alan Allen Neosia Morris Eric Yarber Ron Whittenburg Antonio Wilson Brant Bengen Eric Yarber Ron Whittenburg Kasey Dunn David Jackson Max Komar Ray Buhler Chris Belser

TOUCHDOWNS 4 Justin Veltung 4 Yo Murphy 4 Jerry Hendren 3 Max Komar 3 Josh Jelmberg 3 Jeffrey Townsley 3 Dwight McKinzie 3 Keith Neal 3 Alan Allen 3 Eric Yarber 3 Alan Allen

vs. Nevada at Nevada at Colorado State at Eastern Kentucky at UNLV at Weber State at Louisiana Tech vs. Utah State at Northern Arizona at Central Michigan vs. Eastern Washington at Hawai`i vs. Nevada at Montana vs. Montana State at Idaho State at North Texas vs. Arkansas State vs. Montana at Nevada vs. Northern Arizona vs. Boise State at Cal State Fullerton vs. Northern Arizona at New Mexico State vs. Boise State vs. Montana vs. Eastern Washington vs. Montana vs. Montana vs. Louisiana Tech at Montana vs. New Mexico State

Oct. 4, 2008 Oct. 18, 1997 Sept. 12, 1992 Dec. 4, 1982 Sept. 10, 2005 Sept. 23, 1989 Oct. 16, 2010 Oct. 25, 1997 Nov. 9, 1991 Sept. 13, 1986 Nov. 30, 1985 Nov. 20, 2004 Oct. 19, 1996 Sept. 24, 1988 Sept. 30, 2000 Oct. 19, 1991 Nov. 13, 2004 Oct. 14, 2000 Oct. 10, 1981 Oct. 24, 2009 Oct. 31, 1992 Nov. 21, 1987 Sept. 15, 1984 Nov. 13, 1982 Nov. 15, 1997 Nov. 23, 1985 Oct. 19, 1985 Oct. 1, 1983 Nov. 16, 1991 Sept. 28, 1989 Oct. 31, 2009 Oct. 10, 1953 Nov. 23, 2002

at Louisiana Tech vs. Idaho State at San Jose State at Nevada vs. San Diego State vs. Eastern Washington vs. Sonoma State at Idaho State at Idaho State vs. Mankato State vs. Eastern Washington

Oct. 16, 2010 Oct. 10, 1992 Nov. 9, 1968 Oct. 24, 2009 Sept. 21, 2002 Sept. 5, 1998 Sept. 16, 1995 Oct. 9, 1993 Nov. 4, 1989 Sept. 14, 1985 Oct. 1, 1983

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at New Mexico State vs. Montana State at San Jose State at SW Missouri State at Middle Tennessee vs. Mankato State at Northern Arizona vs. Weber State at Utah State at Georgia Southern at Montana vs. Montana at Boise State at Weber State at Nevada vs. Weber State vs. Montana State vs. Cal State Sacramento vs. Eastern Washington at Wyoming at Portland State vs. Eastern Washington vs. Idaho State at Eastern Washington at Weber State at Montana vs. Southern Colorado vs. Montana at Montana vs. Western Michigan vs. Nevada vs. Nevada vs. Boise State vs. Northern Arizona vs. Idaho State vs. St. Cloud State at Eastern Michigan vs. Montana vs. Idaho State vs. Montana vs. Eastern Washington vs. Colorado State vs. Eastern Washington vs. Portland State vs. North Texas at Pacific at Idaho State at UNLV vs. Boise State vs. Weber State vs. Middle Tennessee vs. Stephen F. Austin

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YARDS (TOP 50) 1. 269 Daniel Smith 2. 241 Kasey Dunn 3. 238 Jerry Hendren 4. 234 Kasey Dunn 5. 221 Chris Lacy 221 Eric Yarber 6. 218 Alan Allen 7. 213 Vic Wallace 8. 206 Antonio Wilson 9. 202 Scott Dahlquist 10. 200 Yo Murphy 11. 192 Eric Jorgensen 12. 186 Vic Wallace 13. 185 Kasey Dunn 14. 183 Maurice Shaw 15. 182 John Jake 182 Brant Bengen 16. 181 David Jackson 17. 179 Alan Allen 18. 178 Robert Scott 19 175 Kasey Dunn 20. 173 Antonio Wilson 21. 171 Yo Murphy 22. 170 Kasey Dunn 23. 169 Dwight McKinzie 24. 167 Orlando Winston 167 Alan Allen 25. 164 Alan Allen 26. 162 Brant Bengen 27. 161 Eddie Williams 161 Eric Yarber 28. 158 David Jackson 158 Dan Johnson 29. 156 Kyle Gary 30. 155 John Jake 31. 154 Yo Murphy 32. 153 B. Bernal-Wood 153 Josh Jelmberg 153 Kyle Gary 153 Alan Allen 153 Alan Allen 33. 152 Max Komar 152 Dwight McKinzie 152 Eric Yarber 34. 151 Jimmy Labita 151 Kurt Vestman 35. 149 Alan Allen 36. 146 Wendell Octave 37. 145 Chris Lacy 145 Brant Bengen 38. 144 Orlando Winston 39. 143 Kyle Gary


ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS SINGLE SEASON

BOBBY BERNAL-WOOD

Receptions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

Bobby Bernal-Wood Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Scott Auker Dezmon Epps Antonio Wilson Eric Yarber Kasey Dunn Scott Auker Yo Murphy David Griffin

Yards 2004 1969 1990 1968 1991 1985 2013 1997 1985 1989 1984 1992 1996

96 95 88 86 85 80 79 77 75 73 72 68 68

Bobby Bernal-Wood Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Kasey Dunn Eric Yarber

Touchdown Receptions

Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Antonio Wilson Lee Allen Kasey Dunn Yo Murphy Kyle Gary Eric Yarber Kasey Dunn

1968 1969 1991 1996 1989 1990 1992 1994 1985 1989

1,457 1,452 1,263 1,203 1,168 1,164 1,156 1,132 1,103 1,101

Average Per Reception

2004 1969 1968 1990 1991 1985

9.80 9.50 8.60 8.00 7.73 7.50

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

Brian Allen David Jackson Joe Chapman Alan Allen Jack Klein Vic Wallace Keith Neal Vic Wallace Bob Dehlinger Ethan Jones

1983 1989 1964 1993 1981 1982 1993 1981 1957 1998

1. 2. 3.

Jerry Hendren Jerry Hendren Max Komar Kyle Gary Brian Allen 5. Antonio Wilson Alan Allen Kasey Dunn Lee Allen 10. Eric Yarber Dwight McKinzie Robert Scott

1968 1969 2009 1984 1983 1997 1993 1989 1989 1985 1995 1996

14 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 9 9 9

Best Touchdown Percentage

(minimum 15 receptions)

Receptions Per Game 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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

26.3 26.2 25.4 25.3 24.9 24.3 24.2 23.8 23.3 21.9

(receptions per TD; minimum 15 receptions)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Keith Neal Alan Allen Brian Allen Curtis Johnson Collie Mack

1993 1993 1983 1983 1972

2.29 2.70 2.82 3.50 3.75

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ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS CAREER

KASEY DUNN

14. 15. 16. 17. 19.

Kasey Dunn 1988-91 Jerry Hendren 1967-69 Scott Auker 1983-85 Chris Lacy 1998-2001 Josh Jelmberg 1999-2002 Antonio Wilson 1996-97 Yo Murphy 1989-92 Max Komar 2006-09 Lee Allen 1987-89 Eric Yarber 1984-85 Brant Bengen 1984-86 Orlando Winston 2001-03 Wendell Octave 2003-06 David Griffin 1993-96 Dwight McKinzie 1992-95 Kyle Gary 1983-84 Neosia Morris 1986-87 Bobby Bernal-Woods 2003-04 Ron Whittenburg 1982-83

RECEPTION YARDS 268 230 170 152 146 142 140 132 129 124 122 122 115 113 112 111 111 105

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

Kasey Dunn Jerry Hendren Chris Lacy Yo Murphy Lee Allen Antonio Wilson Max Komar Brant Bengen Dwight McKinzie Eric Yarber Scott Auker 12. Kyle Gary

AVERAGE PER RECEPTION

1988-91 1967-69 1998-2001 1989-92 1987-89 1996-97 2006-09 1984-86 1992-95 1984-85 1983-85 1993-94

3,847 3,435 2,368 2,267 2,199 2,113 2,108 2,075 2,050 1,920 1,920 1,762

AVERAGE RECEPTIONS PER GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Jerry Hendren Eric Yarber Antonio Wilson Kasey Dunn Bobby Bernal-Woods Neosia Morris

1967-69 1984-85 1996-97 1988-91 2003-04 1986-87

7.67 6.79 6.45 6.38 5.73 5.29

(minimum 32 receptions)

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

Vic Wallace Alan Allen Brian Allen David Jackson Curtis Johnson Joe Chapman Keith Neal David Jackson Dwight McKinzie Jett Taylor

1981-82 1990-93 1982-83 1987-89 1980-83 1963-65 1993-94 1988-89 1992-95 1977-78

24.1 23.0 22.7 22.5 20.3 20.0 19.4 19.1 18.1 17.0

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Jerry Hendren Kasey Dunn Lee Allen Chris Lacy Antonio Wilson Yo Murphy Eric Yarber Brian Allen Dwight McKinzie 10. Kyle Gary

1967-69 1988-91 1987-89 1998-2001 1996-97 1989-92 1984-85 1982-83 1992-95 1993-94

27 25 22 18 17 17 17 17 17 16

7

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

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RECEPTIONS


ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS CAREER 100-PLUS GAMES

CAREER GAMES OF 100 OR MORE YARDS 19 Kasey Dunn, includes two of 200+ yards 16 Alan Allen, includes one of 200+ yards 9

Antonio Wilson, includes one of 200+ yards

8

Chris Lacy, includes one of 200+ yards Eric Yarber, includes one of 200+ yards

7

Brant Bengen

6

Yo Murphy, includes one of 200+ yards John Jake David Jackson Dwight McKinzie Kyle Gary Max Komar Scott Auker

5

Vic Wallace, includes one of 200+ yards Ron Whittenburg

4

Daniel Smith, includes one of 200+ yards Eric Jorgensen Robert Scott

3

2

Orlando Winston Bobby Bernal-Wood Josh Jelmberg Neosia Morris Daniel Hardy David Griffin Eddie Williams Maurice Shaw Dan Johnson Kurt Vestman Elia ala`ilima-Daley Deon Price Eric Greenwood Steve Jackson Rossi Martin

D.J. SMITH

200-YARD GAMES Kasey Dunn 241 vs. Montana State Sept. 1, 1990 234 at Southwest Missouri State Nov. 24, 1990 Daniel Smith 269 at New Mexico State

Oct. 29, 2005

Jerry Hendren 238 at San Jose State

Nov. 9, 1968

Chris Lacy 221 at Middle Tennessee

Oct. 6, 2001

Eric Yarber 221 vs. Mankato State

Sept. 14, 1985

Alan Allen 218 at Northern Arizona

Oct. 7, 1989

Vic Wallace 213 vs. Weber State

Oct. 2, 1982

Antonio Wilson 206 at Utah State

Oct. 26, 1996

Scott Dahlquist 202 at Georgia Southern

Dec. 1, 1990

Yo Murphy 200 at Montana

Nov. 7, 1992

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ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS CAREER 100-PLUS GAMES

Oct. 7, 1989 Oct. 21, 1989 Sept. 10, 1983 Nov. 26, 1988 Sept. 28, 1989 Oct. 1, 1983 Nov. 4, 1989 Dec. 4, 1982 Oct. 31, 1992 Sept. 11, 1993 Nov. 13, 1993 Oct. 2, 1982 Oct. 30, 1993 Nov. 3, 1983 Sept. 24, 1988 Sept. 16, 1989

Antonio Wilson (9) 206 at Utah State Oct. 26, 1996 173 vs. Eastern Washington Nov. 2, 1996 142 at Nevada Oct. 18, 1997 140 vs. Utah State Oct. 25, 1997 139 vs. Nevada Oct. 19, 1996 135 at New Mexico State Nov. 15, 1997 125 vs. North Texas Oct. 4, 1997 108 at Southwest Texas State Sept. 28, 1996 106 vs. St. Mary’s Sept. 14, 1996

Oct. 6, 2001 Sept. 29, 2001 Sept. 30, 2000 Oct. 14, 2000 Nov. 18, 2000 Nov. 11, 2000 Sept. 22, 2001 Nov. 17, 2001

Eric Yarber (8) 221 vs. Mankato State 161 vs. Nevada 152 vs. Portland State 136 at Cal State Fullerton 135 vs. Montana 124 at Montana 116 at Montana State 103 at Boise State

Sept. 14, 1985 Sept. 28, 1985 Sept. 8, 1984 Sept. 15, 1984 Oct. 19, 1985 Oct. 27, 1984 Nov. 9, 1985 Nov. 17, 1984

Brant Bengen (7) 182 vs. Montana State 162 at Montana 145 vs. Weber State 140 at Central Michigan 140 vs. Eastern Washington 135 vs. Boise State 100 at Montana

Nov. 8, 1986 Nov. 1, 1986 Nov. 15, 1986 Sept. 13, 1986 Nov. 30, 1985 Nov. 23, 1985 Oct. 27, 1984

Yo Murphy (6) 200 at Montana 171 vs. Idaho State 154 vs. St. Cloud State 142 at Colorado State 125 vs. Eastern Washington 116 at Montana State

Nov. 7, 1992 Oct. 10, 1992 Sept. 5, 1992 Sept. 12, 1992 Oct. 26, 1991 Sept. 21, 1991

John Jake (6) 182 vs. Weber State 155 vs. Idaho State 131 vs. Mankato State 128 vs. Northern Arizona 128 vs. Central Michigan 102 at Weber State

Nov. 28, 1987 Nov. 12, 1988 Sept. 5, 1987 Oct. 1, 1988 Sept. 12, 1987 Oct. 31, 1987

David Jackson (6) 181 vs. Cal State Sacramento 158 vs. Nevada 139 at Montana 134 vs. Montana 107 vs. Portland State 105 vs. Montana

Sept. 16, 1989 Oct. 28, 1989 Sept. 24, 1988 Sept. 28, 1989 Sept. 10, 1988 Nov. 26, 1988

Dwight McKinzie (6) 169 at Weber State 152 vs. Eastern Washington 132 at Montana 126 vs. Northern Arizona 112 at Weber State 111 vs. Montana

Sept. 18, 1993 Oct. 14, 1995 Oct. 29, 1994 Oct. 22, 1994 Oct. 28, 1995 Oct. 21, 1995

Kyle Gary (6) 156 vs. Northern Arizona 153 vs. Idaho State 143 vs. Stephen F. Austin 127 vs. Lehigh 123 at Northeast Louisiana 100 at Southern Utah

Oct. 22, 1994 Oct. 1, 1994 Sept. 24, 1994 Nov. 13, 1993 Nov. 27, 1993 Sept. 3, 1994

Max Komar (6) 152 vs. Colorado State 136 at Nevada 133 vs. Louisiana Tech 111 at Washington 110 vs. Utah State 101 at Louisiana Tech

Oct. 3, 2009 Oct. 24, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009 Sept. 12, 2009 Nov. 28, 2009 Oct. 14, 2006

Scott Auker (6) 126 at Oregon State 118 vs. Montana 118 vs. Boise State 117 vs. Oregon State 112 vs. Weber State 105 vs. Eastern Washington

Sept. 7, 1985 Oct. 19, 1985 Nov. 19, 1983 Sept. 29, 1984 Oct. 13, 1984 Nov. 2, 1985

Vic Wallace (5) 213 vs. Weber State 186 at Boise State 130 vs. Northern Arizona 127 at Montana 118 at Idaho State

Oct. 2, 1982 Nov. 21, 1981 Nov. 7, 1981 Oct. 16, 1982 Sept. 24, 1982

Ron Whittenburg (5) 136 vs. Northern Arizona 135 vs. Eastern Washington 116 vs. Montana 106 vs. Southern Colorado 105 at Eastern Kentucky

Nov. 13, 1982 Oct. 1, 1983 Oct. 22, 1983 Sept. 10, 1983 Dec. 4, 1982

Daniel Smith (4) 269 at New Mexico State 141 at UNLV 114 at Boise State 103 at Washington State

Oct. 29, 2005 Sept. 10, 2005 Nov. 19, 2005 Sept. 1, 2005

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Alan Allen (16) 218 at Northern Arizona 179 vs. Eastern Washington 167 vs. Southern Colorado 16 vs. Montana 153 vs. Montana 153 vs. Eastern Washington 149 at Idaho State 142 at Eastern Kentucky 136 vs. Northern Arizona 124 vs. Southwest Texas State 123 vs. Lehigh 116 vs. Weber State 107 at Northern Arizona 107 at Northern Arizona 103 at Montana 100 vs. Cal State Sacramento

Chris Lacy (8) 221 at Middle Tennessee 145 vs. Boise State 138 vs. Montana State 137 vs. Arkansas State 121 at Boise State 116 vs. New Mexico State 106 at Washington 101 vs. North Texas

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Kasey Dunn (19) 241 vs. Montana State Sept. 1, 1990 234 at Southwest Missouri State Nov. 24, 1990 185 at Weber State Oct. 12, 1991 175 at Portland State Sept. 9, 1989 170 at Eastern Washington Oct. 20, 1990 141 at Weber State Sept. 23, 1989 140 at Northern Arizona Nov. 9, 1991 138 at Idaho State Oct. 19, 1991 134 vs. Montana Nov. 16, 1991 126 vs. Sonoma State Sept. 7, 1991 123 vs. Northern Iowa Sept. 28, 1991 120 at Idaho State Nov. 4, 1989 121 vs. Northern Arizona Nov. 4, 1990 117 vs. Boise State Nov. 18, 1989 116 vs. Eastern Illinois Nov. 25, 1989 116 vs. Nevada Oct. 28, 1989 112 at Montana State Oct. 14, 1989 107 vs. Idaho State Oct. 13, 1990 101 at Oregon Sept. 15, 1990


ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS CAREER 100-PLUS GAMES Eric Jorgensen (4) 192 vs. Montana 125 at Northern Arizona 110 vs. Idaho State 104 at Eastern Washington

Oct. 10, 1987 Sept. 26, 1987 Oct. 4, 1986 Sept. 27, 1986

Robert Scott (4) 178 at Wyoming 120 vs. Montana 117 vs. New Mexico State 110 vs. Cal Poly

Aug. 31, 1996 Oct. 21, 1995 Nov. 9, 1996 Oct. 5, 1996

Dezmon Epps (3) 175 vs. Old Dominion 126 at Florida State 110 vs. Northern Illinois

Nov. 9, 2013 Nov. 16, 2013 Sept. 14, 2013

Orlando Winston (3) 167 at Montana 144 vs. Middle Tennessee 130 vs. North Texas

Sept. 27, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003 Oct. 11, 2003

Bobby Bernal-Wood (3) 153 at Eastern Michigan 139 at Hawai`i 137 at North Texas

Oct. 2, 2004 Nov. 20, 2004 Nov. 13, 2004

Josh Jelmberg (3) 153 vs. Montana 127 at Louisiana-Monroe 106 at West Virginia

Oct. 5, 2002 Oct. 12, 2002 Oct. 7, 2000

Neosia Morris (3) 136 vs. Boise State 117 at Eastern Washington 107 at Montana Daniel Hardy (3) 119 at Boise State 116 at Louisiana Tech 103 at Washington

Nov. 21, 1987 Sept. 27, 1986 Nov. 1, 1986 Nov. 14, 2009 Oct. 16, 2010 Sept. 12, 2009

David Griffin (3) 112 at San Diego State Sept. 7, 1996 107 at Southwest Texas State Sept. 28, 1996 106 vs. St. Mary’s Sept. 14, 1996

Eddie Williams (2) 161 vs. Western Michigan 142 vs. Nevada Maurice Shaw (2) 183 at Nevada 131 vs. Utah State

Sept. 13, 2008 Oct. 4, 2008 Oct. 24, 2009 Nov. 28, 2009

Dan Johnson (2) 158 vs. Boise State 104 at Idaho State

Nov. 19, 1983 Sept. 24, 1983

Kurt Vestman (2) 151 at Pacific 106 at Weber State

Oct. 29, 1983 Oct. 15, 1983

Elia Ala`ilima-Daley (2) 131 at Montana State 108 at Eastern Washington

Sept. 21, 1991 Oct. 20, 1990

Deon Price (2) 127 at Idaho State 103 vs. Portland State

Sept. 13, 1997 Sept. 6, 1997

Eric Greenwood (2) 114 at Utah State 103 at Louisiana Tech

Nov. 20, 2010 Oct. 16, 2010

Steve Jackson (2) 112 at Portland State 101 at Portland State Jerry Hendren (1) 238 at San Jose State Scott Dahlquist (1) 202 at Georgia Southern Jimmy Labita (1) 151 vs. North Texas Wendell Octave (1) 146 at UNLV Justin Veltung (1) 140 at Louisiana Tech

Oct. 5, 1985 Oct. 5, 1985 Nov. 9, 1968 Dec. 1, 1990 Oct. 11, 2003 Sept. 10, 2005 Oct. 16, 2010

Jack Klein (1) 137 vs. Montana

Oct. 10, 1981

Ray Buhler (1) 133 at Montana

Oct. 10, 1953

Chris Belser (1) 132 vs. New Mexico State

Nov. 23, 2002

Wally Jones (1) 128 at Northern Iowa

Oct. 9, 1982

Chris Slater (1) 121 vs. Boise State

Nov. 21, 1987

Jahrie Level (1) 119 Bowling Green State

Sept. 8, 2012

Mike Scott (1) 116 vs. UT-San Antonio

Nov. 17, 2012

Mike McCoy (1) 116 at New Mexico State

Oct. 4, 2003

Keith Neal (1) 116 vs. Eastern Washington

Oct. 16, 1993

Nelson Washington (1) 111 1vs. Eastern Washington

Nov. 30, 1985

Ryan Prestimonico (1) 110 vs. Nevada

Oct. 24, 1998

Blair Lewis (1) 108 at Middle Tennessee

Oct. 6, 2001

Larry Aldrich (1) 107 at Utah

Nov. 10, 1956

Najee Lovett (1) 105 vs. Eastern Washington

Aug. 30, 201

Ethan Jones (1) 103 at Utah State

Oct. 17, 1998

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ALL-TIME TOTAL OFFENSE RECORDS SINGLE GAME INDIVIDUAL (YARDS)

TEAM Plays 111 Yards 760 Combined 1,445 *

Oct. 5, 1968

vs. University of the Pacific

Oct. 6, 2001

at Middle Tennessee State

Oct. 6, 2001

at Middle Tennessee State *(Idaho 760, MTSU 685)

1.

657

2.

543

3.

531

4.

478

5.

447

6.

428

7.

426

8.

423

9.

415

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 Chad Chalich vs. Temple

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 10/7/89 310 pass, 106 rush Sept. 28, 2014

SINGLE SEASON TEAM Plays Yards Average per play Average per game

INDIVIDUAL 950 5,852 7.4 532.0

1985 1993 1993 1993

Plays 1. Ken Hobart 2. Ken Hobart 3. John Friesz 4. Nathan Enderle 5. Scott Linehan 6. Ryan Fien

1983 1982 1987 2010 1986 1996

578 553 543 537 518 514

Average Yards Per Game 1. John Friesz 2. Ken Hobart 3. Ryan Fien 4. Doug Nussmeier 5. John Friesz

1989 1983 1996 1993 1987

350.3 345.5 328.1 319.5 317.2

Yards 1. John Friesz 2. Ken Hobart 3. Ryan Fien 4. Doug Nussmeier 5. John Friesz 6. Doug Nussmeier 7. Doug Nussmeier 8. Ken Hobart 9. Scott Linehan 10. John Welsh

1989 1983 1996 1993 1987 1991 1992 1982 1986 2000

3,853 3,800 3,609 3,514 3,489 3,460 3,437 3,280 3,279 3,199

Average Yards Per Play 1. Doug Nussmeier

1993

8.78

CAREER INDIVIDUAL 308.4 291.1 252.9 229.6 222.1 216.6 198.6 194.1

KEN HOBART

1

Average Per Game 1. Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 2. John Friesz 1986-89 3. Ken Hobart 1980-83 4. John Welsh 1998-2001 5. Scott Linehan 1982-86 6. Nathan Enderle 2007-10 7. Brian Lindgren 2001-03 8. Steve Olson 1968-70

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Plays 1. Ken Hobart 1980-83 1,847 2. Nathan Enderle 2007-10 1,655 3. Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 1,556 4. John Friesz 1986-89 1,459 5. Scott Linehan 1982-86 1,223 6. John Welsh 1998-2001 1,167 7. Steve Olson 1968-70 1,016 Yards 1. Doug Nussmeier 1990-93 12,027 2. Ken Hobart 1980-83 11,126 3. John Friesz 1986-89 10,187 4. Nathan Enderle 2007-10 9,735 5. John Welsh 1998-2001 7,578 6. Scott Linehan 1982-86 7,550 7. Brian Lindgren 2001-03 6,354 8. Brian Brennan 1994-97 5,027


ALL-TIME ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING RECORDS SINGLE GAME 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 12. 13. 14.

347 347 304 269 257 248 241 238 238 236 236 231 223 221

Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee St. Russell Davis vs. Portland State Joel Thomas at Boise State D.J. Smith at New Mexico State Jerry Hendren vs. Idaho State Dezmon Epps vs. Old Dominion Kasey Dunn vs. Montana State Jerry Hendren at San Jose State Kyle Gary vs. Northern Arizona Zach Gerstner at UL-Lafayette Princeton McCarty at New Mexico State Willie Alderson vs. New Mexico State Chris Lacy vs. Boise State Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State

10/6/01 10/3/81 11/23/96 10/29/05 9/27/69 11/9/13 9/1/90 11/9/68 10/22/94 10/25/03 10/14/11 11/11/00 9/29/01 9/14/85

BLAIR LEWIS

SINGLE SEASON

ZACH GERSTNER

Plays 1. Zach Gerstner 2. Devon Pearce 3. Willie Alderson 4. Ray McDonald 5. Sherriden May 6. Deonte` Jackson 7. Sherriden May 8. Joel Thomas

2003 1990 2000 1966 1992 2007 1994 1996

289 284 283 271 265 257 253 251

Average Per Game 1. Sherriden May 2. Willie Alderson 3. Sherriden May 4. Vic Wallace 5. Sherriden May 6. Jerry Hendren Ray McDonald

1993 2000 1994 1982 1992 1968 1966

172.2 165.0 148.6 148.3 147.3 145.7 145.7

Yards 1. Sherriden May 2. Willie Alderson 3. Sherriden May 4. Vic Wallace 5. Sherriden May 6. Chris Lacy 7. Devon Pearce 8. Brant Bengen 9. Joel Thomas 10. Zach Gerstner

1993 2000 1994 1982 1992 2001 1990 1986 1996 2003

1,894 1,815 1,634 1,631 1,620 1,602 1,589 1,535 1,474 1,468

CAREER Plays 1. Joel Thomas 2. Sherriden May 3. Deonte` Jackson 4. Ray McDonald 5. Ken Hobart 6. Zach Gerstner 7. Princeton McCarty 8. Devon Pearce Average Per Game 1. Eric Yarber 2. Jerry Hendren 3. Vic Wallace 4. Sherriden May Brant Bengen JUSTIN VELTUNG

1993-98 1991-94 2007-10 1964-66 1980-83 2000-03 2008-11 1988-90

966 739 669 629 628 558 515 448

1984-85 1967-69 1981-82 1991-93 1984-86

128.9 114.9 113.6 111.7 111.7

Yards 1. Sherriden May 1991-93 2. Joel Thomas 1993-98 3. Kasey Dunn 1988-91 4. Chris Lacy 1998-2001 5. Brant Bengen 1984-86 6. Jerry Hendren 1967-69 7. Princeton McCarty 2008-11 8. Deonte` Jackson 2007-10 9. Kama Bailey 2008-11 10. Ray McDonald 1964-66 11. Justin Veltung 2009-12 12. Zach Gerstner 2000-03 13. Willie Alderson 1997-2000 14. Russell Davis 1978-81 15. Tim Lappano 1975-79 16. Lee Allen 1987-89 17. Vic Wallace 1981-82

5,320 4,737 3,847 3,820 3,685 3,448 3,386 3,276 3,242 3,125 2,972 2,927 2,826 2,816 2,613 2,597 2,500

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ALL-TIME SCORING RECORDS SINGLE GAME POINTS 83 Opponents 84 TOUCHDOWNS 12 Opponents 12 EXTRA POINTS 11 Opponents 12 FIELD GOALS 5 Opponents 8

1923

vs. College of Idaho

Nov. 15, 1975

Washington State University

1923

vs. College of Idaho

Nov. 15, 1975

Washington State University

Nov. 13, 1993

vs. Lehigh University

Nov. 15, 1975

Washington State University

Nov. 3, 1984

MOST POINTS IN A QUARTER 35 Nov. 12, 1994 Opponent 34 Nov. 2, 1968 MOST POINTS IN A HALF 51 Nov. 12, 1994 Opponent 56 Nov. 15, 1975 HIGHEST TIE 40-40 Nov. 8, 1975 MOST COMBINED POINTS 128 Oct. 6, 2001

vs. Weber State College Weber State College vs. Weber State College Washington State University at Weber State College Idaho 58 Middle Tennessee State 70

vs. Northern Arizona University

Oct. 25, 1986

Northern Arizona University

SINGLE SEASON Individual Total points 1. Sherriden May 2. Sherriden May 3. De`Maundray Woolridge 4. Devon Pearce 5. Joel Thomas 6. Ryan Woolverton

1992 1993 2009 1992 1998 1994

150 132 108 102 100 96

Average Per Game 1. Sherriden May 2. Sherriden May 3. Devon Pearce 4. Joel Thomas 5. Ray McDonald Ray McDonald

1992 1993 1990 1998 1966 1965

13.6 12.0 9.27 9.1 9.0 9.0

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

Touchdowns 1. Sherriden May 2. Sherriden May 3. De`Maundray Woolridge 4. Devon Pearce Willie Alderson 6. Joel Thomas 7. Ray McDonald Ray McDonald Joel Thomas

1992 1993 2009 1990 2000 1998 1966 1965 1996

25 22 18 17 17 16 15 15 15

1991-94 1994-95 1964-66 1985-87 1988-91

8.32 7.80 7.40 7.18 7.14

Team Points 522 1993 Average 47.5 1993 Touchdowns 72 1993 Field goals attempts 26 1997 Field goals made 18 2010 Field goal percentage .875 1985 Extra point attempts 72 1993 Extra points made 70 1993 Extra point percentage 100% 9 times (2008, 2007, 2006, 2002, 1993, 1986, 1983, 1982, 1969) Scoring margin average +22.7 1993 Worst scoring margin -31.7 1961

CAREER Touchdowns 1. Sherriden May 2. Joel Thomas 3. Ray McDonald 4. Devon Pearce 5. Jerry Hendren 6. Ken Hobart 7. Russell Davis 8. Lee Allen 9. Chris Lacy Willie Alderson Eric Yarber J.C. Chadband Willis Smith

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

3

Average Per Game 1. Sherriden May 2. Ryan Woolverton 3. Ray McDonald 4. Brian Decicio 5. Thayne Doyle

16

Points 1. Sherriden May 2. Joel Thomas 3. Thayne Doyle 4. Brian Decicio 5. Tim McMonigle 6. Ray McDonald 7. Devon Pearce 8. Ben Davis 9. Mike Hollis 10. Neil Irving


ALL-TIME FIELD GOAL RECORDS LONGEST FIELD GOALS

1. 2.

56 55 55 55

4. 5.

54 53

6.

52

7.

51

8.

50

TREY FARQUHAR

Mike Hollis vs. Northern Arizona Mike Hollis vs. Southwest Texas Ben Davis vs. North Texas Trey Farquhar at San Jose State Trey Farquhar vs. New Mexico State Trey Farquhar at Nevada Ralph Lowe vs. Idaho State Ricardo Castillo vs. Weber State Tim McMonigle vs. Idaho State Mike Barrow vs. Louisiana Tech Trey Farquhar vs. Wyoming Trey Farquhar vs. New Mexico State 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 Trey Farquhar at Utah State Ryan Woolverton vs. Southern Utah Tino Amancio vs. Cal Poly Tino Amancio vs. New Mexico State Trey Farquhar vs. Texas-San Antonio Tim McMonigle vs. Pacific Thayne Doyle vs. Weber State Ben Davis vs. Montana Ben Davis vs. Washington State Mike Barrow vs. Fresno State Trey Farquhar vs. UNLV Trey Farquhar vs. North Dakota

10/30/93 9/11/93 10/31/98 11/5/11 10/6/12 10/24/09 10/30/76 11/6/71 11/10/82 11/12/05 9/22/12 10/6/12 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 11/24/12 9/3/94 9/8/07 10/25/08 11/17/12 9/18/82 10/22/88 9/9/00 9/23/00 10/22/05 9/10/10 9/10/11

SINGLE SEASON Attempted 1. Troy Scott 2. Trey Farquhar Trey Farquhar Ben Davis Brian Decicio 5. Ryan Woolverton Brian Decicio

1997 2012 2010 1998 1986 1994 1987

26 25 25 25 25 22 22

Made 1. Trey Farquhar 2. Trey Farquhar 3. Mike Barrow 4. Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Tim McMonigle 7. Tino Amancio Ryan Woolverton Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio

Percentage 2012 2010 2005 1988 1987 1984 2007 1994 1990 1985

19 18 16 15 15 15 14 14 14 14

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

Trey Farquhar Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Ben Davis Tim McMonigle Tino Amancio Ricardo Castillo

2009-12 1988-91 1985-87 1998-2000 1981-84 2006-08 1969-71

79 75 63 55 52 48 47

Made 1. Trey Farquhar 2009-12 2. Thayne Doyle 1988-91 3. Brian Decicio 1985-87 4. Tino Amancio 2006-08 Tim McMonigle 1981-84 5. Ben Davis 1999-2000 6. Trey Farquhar 20097. Ricardo Castillo 1969-71 Ryan Woolverton 1994-95

(minimum 10 attempts)

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

Brian Decicio Mike Barrow Tino Amancio Trey Farquhar Tim McMonigle Trey Farquhar Thayne Doyle Tino Amancio Troy Scott Tino Amancio 11. Thayne Doyle

1985 2005 2007 2012 1984 2010 1988 2008 1996 2006 1990

87.5 84.2 77.8 76.0 75.0 72.0 71.4 70.8 70.6 70.6 70.0

Percentage 60 49 41 34 34 32 31 26 26

(minimum 35 attempts)

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

Trey Farquhar Tino Amancio Tim McMonigle Thayne Doyle Brian Decicio Ryan Woolverton Mike Barrow Darrel Danielson

2009-12 2006-08 1982-84 1988-89 1985-87 1994-95 2003-05 1965-67

75.9 70.8 65.4 65.3 65.1 65.0 64.1 63.6

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ALL-TIME CONVERSIONS SINGLE SEASON Attempted 1. Mike Hollis 2. Ryan Woolverton Mike Hollis 4. Trey Farquhar 5. Thayne Doyle Thayne Doyle

1993 1994 1992 2009 1991 1990

68 56 56 51 49 49

Made 1. Mike Hollis 2. Ryan Woolverton Mike Hollis 4. Trey Farquhar 5. Thayne Doyle Thayne Doyle

1993 1994 1992 2009 1991 1990

68 54 54 50 45 45

CAREER Conversions

Percentage

Attempts 1. Thayne Doyle 1988-91 2. Trey Farquhar 2009-12 3. Mike Hollis 1992-93 4. Tim McMonigle 1981-84 5. Brian Decicio 1985-87 6. Ben Davis 1999-2000

174 135 124 123 122 115

Made 1. Thayne Doyle 2. Trey Farquhar 3. Mike Hollis Tim McMonigle 5. Brian Decicio 6. Pete O’Brien

160 132 122 122 114 105

1988-91 2009-12 1992-93 1981-84 1985-87 1978-81

(minimum 20 attempts)

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

Percentage (minimum 35 attempts)

TINO AMANCIO

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

Tino Amancio Tim McMonigle Mike Hollis Trey Farquhar Keith Stamps Troy Scott Steve Tanner

2006-08 1981-84 1992-93 2009-12 2001-02 1996-97 1972-74

1.000 99.2 98.4 97.8 97.1 96.3 96.0

MISCELLANEOUS STATS First downs Total 39 Oct. 6, 2001 Passing 33 Oct. 6, 2001 Rushing 32 Oct. 16, 1976

at Middle Tennessee State vs. Weber State College

317 177 154 116 1,027 55 34

1985 1987 1975 1992 1991 1973 1973

5

SEASON MISCELLANEOUS First downs First downs passing First downs rushing Penalties Penalty yards Fumbles Fumbles lost

at Middle Tennessee State

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INDIVIDUAL GAME Penalties Total 23 Oct. 10, 1992 vs. Idaho State University Yards 204 Oct. 10, 1992 vs. Idaho State University Opponents’ yards 200 Nov. 7, 1981 Northern Arizona University (14 penalties) Fumbles Total 10 Oct. 18, 1975 at University of Montana Fumbles lost 8, twice last, Oct. 2, 1954 vs. San Jose State University Opponents’ fumbles 7 Oct. 23, 1965 University of Montana Attendance Kibbie Dome 17,600 Nov. 18, 1989 vs. Boise State University Overall home 34,873 Sept. 18, 1999 vs. Washington State University


ALL-TIME PUNT RETURN RECORDS SINGLE GAME

TEAM RETURNS Returns 8, twice last, Oct. 26, 2002 vs. Middle Tennessee Yards 125 Oct. 17, 1998 at Utah State University

SHILOH KEO

SINGLE SEASON Average Per Return

Returns 1. 3. 4.

7.

Vern Benard Walter Saunders David Griffin Cedric Thompson Kyle Gary Bill Williams Terry Moreland

Punt Return Yards 1. Shiloh Keo 2. Kelly Courage 3. Vern Benard 4. Richard Carey 5. Ken Dotson 6. Terry Moreland

1999 1991 1996 2002 1993 1947 1970

32 32 31 29 29 29 28

2007 1971 1998 1988 1968 1969

319 302 298 281 263 260

(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

TEAM RETURNS Returns Yards Average per return

40 497 22.6

1972 1971 1961

1948-50 2006-10 1963-65 1971-72 1984-85 1967-68

16.5 16.4 14.8 13.0 12.7 12.5

CAREER Returns 1. David Griffin 2. Vern Benard 3. Terry Moreland 4. Shiloh Keo 5. Cal Loveall 6. Kyle Gary 7. Brant Bengen

1993-96 1996-98 1969-70 2006-10 1981-84 1993-94 1984-86

60 59 54 53 42 38 37

Return Yards 1. Shiloh Keo 2. Vern Benard 3. David Griffin 4. Kyle Gary 5. Brant Bengen 6. Ken Dotson 7. Richard Carey John Brogan

2006-10 1996-98 1993-96 1993-94 1984-86 1967-68 1985-88 1948-50

585 556 478 454 424 413 412 412

Average Per Return 1. John Brogan 2. Shiloh Keo 3. Bill Scott 4. Rod Maynard 5. Eric Yarber 6. Ken Dotson

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ALL-TIME KICKOFF RETURN RECORDS SINGLE GAME TEAM RETURNS Returns 12 Nov. 18, 1967 Yards 297 Sept. 28, 1946

at University of Houston vs. Stanford University

KAMA BAILEY JUSTIN VELTUNG

SINGLE SEASON Returns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Dewey Hale Kama Bailey Cedric Thompson J.R. Ruffin Tom Pace Justin Veltung Collie Mack Raymond Fry Jeffrey Townsley Dick Mooney Matt Miller 12. Kama Bailey Chris Lacy Andy Linterman

2007 2008 2002 2004 1996 2010 1974 2006 1997 1961 2003 2009 2001 1967

42 41 37 36 32 30 28 26 25 23 23 22 22 22

Return Yards 1. Kama Bailey 2. Dewey Hale 3. Tom Pace 4. Cedric Thompson 5. J.R. Ruffin 6. Justin Veltung 7. Collie Mack 8. Jeffrey Townsley 9. Brant Bengen 10. Chris Lacy 11. Blair Lewis 12. Matt Miller 13. Dick Mooney

2008 2007 1996 2002 2004 2010 1974 1997 1984 2001 2001 2003 1961

955 902 839 836 751 686 597 581 547 530 520 503 491

TEAM Returns Yards Average per return

61 1,299 22.8

2004 2010 2010

Average Per Return (minimum 10 returns)

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

Jay Buhler Chris Lacy Tom Pace Brant Bengen Robert Taylor Ken Dotson

1952 1999 1996 1984 1976 1967

28.0 27.2 26.2 26.0 25.1 24.9

CAREER Yards 1. Justin Veltung 2009-12 1,743 2. Kama Bailey 2008-11 1,725 3. Chris Lacy 1998-2001 1,452 4. Collie Mack 1972-74 1,244 5. Justin Veltung 2009-12 1,111 6. Brant Bengen 1984-86 1,069 7. Richard Carey 1985-88 920 8. Jeffrey Townsley 1997-00 886 9. Jeff Guillory 1967-69 760 Montrell Williams 1994-95 760

Average Per Return (minimum 35 attempts) 1. Montrell Williams 1994-95 2. Jay Buhler 1951-53 3. Chris Lacy 1998-2001 4. Richard Carey 1985-88 5. Antwaun Sherman 2004-05 6. Justin Veltung 2009-12 7. Kama Bailey 2008-11 Brant Bengen 1984-86

34.2 26.9 25.0 23.6 23.4 22.9 22.7 22.7

7

78 76 58 57 47 40 39 36 35

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RETURNS 1. Justin Veltung 2009-12 2. Kama Bailey 2008-11 3. Chris Lacy 1998-2001 4. Collie Mack 1972-74 5. Brant Bengen 1984-86 7. Jeffrey Townsley 1997-00 8. Richard Carey 1985-88 9. Jeff Guillory 1967-69 10. Kirk Allen 1975-78


ALL-TIME PUNTING RECORDS

BOBBY COWAN

AUSTIN REHKOW

SINGLE GAME PUNTS 12 Average 54.3

7 times last, Aug. 30, 2001 (vs. Washington State University) vs. Texas State (on three punts), Nov. 2, 2013

SINGLE SEASON Total 1.

Ron Davis Bobby Cowan 3. Mike Barrow Austin Rehkow 5. Steve Hunter 6. Justin Spiva 7. Bobby Cowan 8. T.J. Conley T.J. Conley 10. Pat Ball 11. Ryan Downes 12. Chris Brockman

Yards 1970 2011 2004 2013 1971 1999 2012 2007 2006 1982 2003 1980

88 88 75 75 73 72 70 67 67 65 64 62

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Bobby Cowan Ron Davis Austin Rehkow Steve Hunter Bobby Cowan Justin Spiva Mike Barrow T.J. Conley T.J. Conley Ryan Downes T.J. Conley Bobby Cowan Chris Brockman Mike O’Neal

Average Yards Per Punt 2011 1970 2013 1971 2012 1999 2004 2008 2007 2003 2006 2010 1980 1997

4,084 3,642 3,587 3,057 3,018 2,934 2,890 2,751 2,730 2,702 2,640 2,618 2,565 2,499

(minimum 25 punts)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Austin Rehkow T.J. Conley Bobby Cowan Bobby Cowan Tom Sugg Steve Hunter Dion Jergo Bobby Cowan Bobby Cowan Joe Rodriguez Mike O’Neal Ron Davis

2013 2008 2011 2010 1991 1972 1979 2012 2009 1965 1997 1968

47.8 47.4 46.4 45.1 44.7 44.2 43.6 43.1 43.0 42.6 42.4 42.4

92 3,767 47.4

1970 1970 1991

Team Punts Yards Average

CAREER Punting Punts 1. Bobby Cowan 2. Ryan Downes 3. T.J. Conley 4. Ron Davis 5. Darin Magnuson 6. Mike O’Neal 7. Wayne Anderson

2009-12 2000-03 2005-08 1968-70 1983-86 1996-98 1950-52

259 224 220 193 170 155 120

Yards 1 Bobby Cowan 2. T.J. Conley 3. Ryan Downes 4. Ron Davis 5. Darin Magnuson 6. Mike O’Neal 7. Mickey Rice 8. Mike Barrow 9. Steve Tanner

Yards Per Punt 2009-12 2005-08 2000-03 1968-70 1983-86 1996-98 1962-64 2003-04 1972-74

11,570 9,242 8,926 7,940 6,574 6,214 4,850 4,701 4,586

(minimum 45 punts)

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

Bobby Cowan Steve Hunter T.J. Conley Chris Brockman Eddie Howard Ralph Lowe Ron Davis

2009-12 1971-72 2005-08 1979-80 1993-94 1976-77 1968-70

44.7 42.6 42.0 41.3 41.2 41.2 41.1

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ALL-TIME DEFENSIVE RECORDS SINGLE GAME 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. 78 Quin Ashley vs. Utah State 11/19/11 6, 75 Randy Hall at Boise State 11/25/72 7. 74 JoJo Dickson vs. San Diego State 9/19/09 8. 71 Mike Anderson vs. Utah State 10/1/05 9. 70 Cal Hilgenberg at Brigham Young 11/11/55 10. 64 Calvin Loveall at Montana State 11/9/84 11. 61 D.J. Dykes vs. Arkansas State 11/5/04 12. 60 Walt Denny at Oregon 9/29/56 13. 44 Ron Linehan at Utah State 11/14/70

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURNED FOR A TD 1. 99 Dennis Gibbs vs. Boise State 2. 89 Chris Nofoaiga vs. North Texas 3. 74 Jo`Artis Ratti vs. Utah State 4. 70 Tracy Carter vs. Hawai`i 5. 62 Chris Nofoaiga vs. Washington State 6. 50 Dave Longoria vs. Eastern Washington 7. 46 Tim Trahan vs. Stephen F. Austin 8. 29 Ryan Phillips vs. Idaho State 9. 28 Cleavon Bradshaw vs. New Mexico State 10. 17 Barry Mitchell vs. Weber State 11. 4 Duke Garrett vs. Weber State LONGEST PUNT RETURNED FOR A TD 1. 100 Shiloh Keo vs. Northern Illinois

11/21/97 10/9/99 9/30/06 10/29/11 9/18/99 11/2/95 9/2/92 10/1/94 10/30/99 11/12/94 11/12/94 9/22/07

SINGLE SEASON Tackles

Pass defense

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

1986 1993 2007 1981 2005 1979 1975 2004 2006 1997 1992 1996

180 148 148 145 139 138 136 136 134 132 129 128

Tackles For Loss (includes quarterback sacks)

1. 2. 3. 5.

Ryan Phillips Jeff Robinson Chris Nofoaiga Jeff Robinson Ryan Phillips

1994 1991 1999 1992 1995

28.5 28 27 27 24

Interceptions 1. Stanley Franks Ken Dotson Jim Norton 4. Tom Hennessey 5. Charlie Oliver 6. Charlie Oliver Virgil Paulsen Ross Nelson Art Chubb Wayne Marquess

2006 1968 1958 1985 1989 1990 1986 1971 1968 1968

9 9 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 6

Return Yards 1. Stanley Franks 2. Jim Norton 3. Charlie Oliver 4. Sherriden May 5. Art Chubb 6. Dennis Gibbs

2006 1958 1990 1991 1968 1997

220 217 163 153 147 146

TOM HENNESSEY

Average Per Return (minimum 4 interceptions)

5 5 4

1999 1997

151 99

Fumble Return Yards 1. 2.

Chris Nofoaiga Dennis Gibbs

Quarterback Sacks 1. 2. 3. 4.

Jeff Robinson Jeff Robinson Marvin Washington Ryan Phillips Jeff Robinson

1991 1990 1988 1994 1992

20 16 14.5 13.5 13.5

Charlie Oliver Art Chubb Stanley Franks Jim Norton Ross Nelson Carlton McBride

Pass Deflections 1. Charlie Oliver 2. Miregi Huma 3. Dennis Gibbs 4. Cedric West Cleavon Bradshaw

1990 1968 2006 1958 1972 1980

27.2 24.5 24.4 24.1 23.6 21.8

1990 1993 1999 1994 2000

20 16 14 13 13

STANLEY FRANKS

9

1976 1975

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

16

Fumble Recoveries 1. Barry Hopkins Greg Coman 3. Four with


ALL-TIME DEFENSIVE RECORDS CAREER

Tackles

Quarterback sacks

Total 1. Sam Merriman 2. Jason Shelt 3. Tom Hennessey 4. Duke Garrett 5. Shiloh Keo 6. Chris Nofoaiga 7. David Vobora 8. Brad Rice 9. Mark Tidd 10. Jerry Medved 11. Cole Snyder 12. Jordan Kramer 13. Boyce Bailey 14. Jeff Robinson 15. Ryan Phillips 16. Larry Barker 17. Ryan Skinner 18. Roger Cecil

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1979-82 1992-96 1983-86 1990-94 2006-10 1997-2000 2004-07 1998-2001 1983-86 1985-88 2003-05 1999-2002 1980-83 1989-92 1993-96 1977-80 1995-98 1987-90

RANDY HALL

JEFF ROBINSON

SAM MERRIMAN

519 461 390 360 358 355 342 314 313 312 306 290 285 277 275 272 271 264

Tackles for loss

Jeff Robinson Ryan Phillips Barry Mitchell Tim Wilson John Sirmon

Average per interception return 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 2006-10 1984-87 1967-68 2006-07 1983-86 1975-78 1979-82 1969-71 1965-67

17 16 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9

Interceptions 1. 2. 3. 4.

Charlie Oliver Tom Hennessey Ross Nelson Jim Norton Bryson Gardner 6. Shiloh Keo Virgil Paulsen Ken Dotson 9. Stanley Franks Mark Tidd Rick Linehan 12. Sam Merriman Pat Sprute Byron Strickland

(minimum 6 interceptions)

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

Ryan Phillips Jeff Robinson Chris Nofoaiga Tim Wilson John Sirmon Matt Jasik

1993-96 1989-92 1997-2000 1994-97 1989-92 1996-99

91 90 62 48½ 46 42

1. 2. 3. 6.

Dennis Gibbs Jim Norton Stanley Franks Ross Nelson Charlie Oliver Randy Hall

1997-00 1957-59 2006-06 1971-73 1987-90 1971-73

257 230 225 221 210 205

25.6 22.5 22.3 20.9 19.2 18.7 17.5

Charlie Oliver Jeff Jordan Dennis Gibbs Cleavon Bradshaw David Gistarb Shiloh Keo Terry Green Kris McCall

1987-90 1989-92 1997-2000 1999-2000 1991-92 2006-10 1988-91 1989-90

34 31 31 24 23 21 21 21

1974-76 1974-76 1979-82 1998-2001 2006-10 1995-98 1975-77 1992-96

7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6

1997-2000 1997-2000 1999-2000

151 99 28

Fumble Recoveries 1.

Interception return yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1971-73 2006-07 1981-84 1963-65 1957-59 2004-05 1979-80

Pass deflections

(includes quarterback sacks)

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 Shiloh Keo Ryan Skinner Greg Coman Jason Shelt

Fumble return yards 1. 2. 3.

Chris Nofoaiga Dennis Gibbs Cleavon Bradshaw

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ALL-TIME BOWL GAME RECORDS

RECEIVING Receptions Idaho 24 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 34 Bowling Green State Yards Idaho 291 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 388 Bowling Green State Average per reception Idaho 16.0 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 11.7 Bowling Green State Touchdowns Idaho 4, twice Opponent 2 Southern Mississippi

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Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 30, 1998

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FUMBLES LOST Idaho 3 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 5 Southern Mississippi

Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 30, 1998

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PUNTS Idaho 7 Opponent 4

vs. Bowling Green State Southern Mississippi

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 1998

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AVERAGE PER PUNT Idaho 40.0 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 43.5 Southern Mississippi

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 1998

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TIME OF POSSESSION Idaho 30:32 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 31:23 Southern Mississippi

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 1998

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FUMBLES Idaho 3 Opponent 6

SCORING Total points Idaho 43 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 42 Bowling Green State First quarter Idaho 7, twice Opponent 14 Bowling Green State Second quarter Idaho 21 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 8 Southern Mississippi Third quarter Idaho 14 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 7 Bowling Green State Fourth Idaho 15 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 21 Bowling Green State Halftime Idaho 28 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 21 Southern Mississippi

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PASSING Attempts Idaho 41 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 52 Southern Mississippi Completions Idaho 24 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 34 Bowling Green State Interceptions thrown Idaho 0 Opponent 1 Bowling Green State Yards Idaho 291 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 388 Bowling Green State Average per completion Idaho 16.0 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 11.7 Bowling Green State Touchdowns Idaho 4, twice Opponent 2 Southern Mississippi

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 1998

TOTAL OFFENSE Plays Idaho 75 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 92 Southern Mississipi Yards Idaho 492 vs. Southern Mississippi Opponent 538 Bowling Green State Yards per play Idaho 6.8 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 7.5 Bowling Green State

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RUSHING Carries Idaho 38 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 40 Southern Mississippi Yards Idaho 219 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 159 Bowling Green State Average per carry Idaho 5.6 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 6.2 Bowling Green State Touchdowns Idaho 2 vs. Bowling Green State Opponent 3 Southern Mississippi


ALL-TIME BOWL GAME RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL PASSING Attempts Idaho 41 Opponent 51 Completions Idaho 24 Opponent 34 Interceptions thrown Idaho 0 Opponent 1 Yards Idaho 291 Opponent 387 Average per completion Idaho 16.0 Opponent 11.4 Touchdowns Idaho 4, twice Opponent

2

John Welsh Lee Roberts

Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 30, 1998

vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi

John Welsh Tyler Sheehan

Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 30, 2009

vs. Southern Mississippi Bowling Green State

Tyler Sheehan

Dec. 30, 2009

Bowling Green State

John Welsh Tyler Sheehan

Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 30, 2009

vs. Southern Mississippi Bowling Green State

Nate Enderle Tyler Sheehan

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 2009

vs. Bowling Green State Bowling Green State

Nate Enderle John Welsh Lee Roberts

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 30, 1998

vs. Bowling Green State vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi

RECEIVING Receptions Idaho 5 Ryan Prestimonico Dec. 30, 1998 Opponent 17 Freddie Barnes Dec. 30, 2009 Yards Idaho 119 Preston Davis Dec. 30, 2009 Opponent 219 Freddie Barnes Dec. 30, 2009 Average per reception (minimum four receptions) Idaho 29.8 Preston Davis Dec. 30, 2009 Opponent 16.6 Harold Shaw (5-83) Dec. 30, 1998 Touchdowns Idaho 1 Jeffrey Townsley Dec. 30, 1998 Mike Roberg Dec. 30, 1998 Michael Moody Dec. 30, 1998 Ryan Prestimonico Dec. 30, 1998 Preston Davis Dec. 30, 2009 Eric Greenwood Dec. 30, 2009 Max Komar Dec. 30, 2009 Peter Bjorjik Dec. 30, 2009 Opponent 3 Freddie Barnes Dec. 30, 2009

Southern Mississippi Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State vs. Bowling Green State Bowling Green State

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ALL-TIME BOWL GAME RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Carries Idaho 22 DeMaundray Woolridge Opponent 29 Derrick Nix Yards Idaho 126 DeMaundray Woolridge Opponent 122 Derrick Nix Average per carry (min. 10 carries) Idaho 5.7 DeMaundray Woolridge Opponent 6.9 Willie Geter Touchdowns Idaho 2 DeMaundray Woolridge Opponent 3 Derrick Nix

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 1998

vs. Bowling Green State Southern Mississippi

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 1998

vs. Bowling Green State Southern Mississippi

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 2009

vs. Bowling Green State Bowling Green State

Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 30, 1998

vs. Bowling Green State Southern Mississippi

TACKLES Total Idaho Opponent Solo Idaho

20 12

Ryan Skinner P.J. Mahone

Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 30, 2009

vs .Southern Mississippi Bowling Green State

9, twice 9

Ryan Skinner Chris Nofo P.J. Mahone

Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 30, 1998 Dec. 30, 2009

vs. Southern Mississippi vs. Southern Mississippi Bowling Green State

11 3

Ryan Skinner Four times

Dec. 30, 1998

vs .Southern Mississippi

1 0

Jeromy Jones

Dec. 30, 2009

vs. Bowling Green State

Opponent Assists Idaho Opponent Interceptions Idaho Opponents

17

3

MISCELLANEOUS Jerome Thomas 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown vs. Southern Mississippi (Dec. 30, 1998) John Welsh was Idaho’s MVP of the game in 1998 DeMaundray Woolridge was Idaho’s MVP of the game in 2009


ALL-TIME SCORES 1894

0-2-0

COACH: G.E. HIGGINS 11/18 L Washington State NA L Lewiston Normal

1895 11/9

0-10 6-8

0-1-0 COACH: G.E. HIGGINS L at Washington State

4-10

1907

4-1-1

COACH: JOHN R. MIDDLETON 10/26 L Oregon 5-21 11/08 W Washington State 5-4 11/28 T at Washington 0-0 NA W Whitman 11-0 NA W Spokane Athletic Club 22-0 NA W Coeur d’Alene HS 25-0

1896

1908

No Team

COACH: JOHN R. MIDDLETON 10/31 L Oregon 21-27 11/14 T at Washington State 4-4 11/26 T at Utah 0-0 NA W Spokane YMCA 28-0 NA W Bremerton Navy 32-0 NA L Whitman 0-11

1897

0-1-0

11/25 L

COACH: G.E. HIGGINS at Spokane Athletic Club 6-10

1898

1909

COACH: G.E. HIGGINS Only game was canceled

1899 10/28 NA NA NA

L L L L

1900

0-11 6-16 NA NA

1-0-0

1910

COACH: F.D. HERBOLD 10/27 W Washington (Spokane)

12-6

1901

3-2-1

10/19 10/25 11/6 11/20 11/28 12/20

COACH: F.D. HERBOLD W Lewiston Normal W Washington State T Oregon L Whitman L at Washington W at Lewiston Normal

1902 10/9 10/16 10/24 11/10 11/25

1903 10/23 NA 11/26 NA

11-5 5-0 0-0 0-10 0-10 22-0

1-3-1 COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH T Lewiston Normal W Pacific L at Washington State L Washington L at Whitman

0-0 23-0 0-17 0-10 0-16

3-1-0 COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH W Washington State W Montana L at Washington W Whitman

32-0 28-0 0-5 36-0

1904

2-1-0

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH 10/21 W at Washington State 11/5 L at Washington NA W at Whitman

5-0 10-12 21-0

1905

5-0-0, 3-0 Northwest (1st)

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH NA W Lewiston High School NA W Montana State 10/30 W Washington 11/10 W Washington State 11/11 W at Whitman

1906 COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH 10/26 L Oregon 11/9 L at Washington State NA L Whitman 11/29 L at Washington NA W Spokane Athletic Club NA W Coeur d’Alene HS

3-4

COACH: JOHN S. GROGAN 10/30 L Washington 11/05 L Washington State 11/13 L Oregon (at Portland) NA W Puget Sound NA L Whitman NA W Boise All-Stars NA W College of Idaho

0-4-0 COACH: MORSE at Washington State Whitman Wallace Athletic Club Lewiston Normal

2-2-2

41-2 50-0 8-0 5-0 9-0

2-4 0-12 0-10 5-6 9-16 10-5 23-0

4-2

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH 10/21 W at Washington State 10/29 L Oregon 11/05 L at Washington NA W Gonzaga NA W Lewiston Normal NA W Whitman

1911 10/20 10/28 11/11 11/30 NA NA NA

0-50 0-18 6-22 29-6 6-30 21-0 24-0

9-5 0-29 0-29 46-6 52-0 5-0

4-3 COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH L Washington State 0-17 L Washington (at Spokane) 0-17 W Whitman 5-0 L at Utah 0-17 W Gonzaga 22-19 W Lewiston Normal 40-5 W Boise All-Stars 31-0

1912

2-2

1916

3-5

COACH: W.C. BLEASMASTER 10/7 L Oregon State 0-26 11/4 L at Washington State 0-31 11/18 L Montana 13-19 11/25 W at Utah State 27-5 NA L Gonzaga 6-21 NA L Whitman 14-21 NA W Idaho Tech 32-26 NA W Albion (Idaho) 39-0

1917

2-3

COACH: W.C. BLEASMASTER 10/20 L Oregon State (at Pendleton) 0-14 10/27 L at Oregon 6-26 11/03 L Washington State 0-19 11/10 W Whitman 16-0 11/24 W Montana 14-3

1918 No team

1919

2-3

COACH: RALPH F. HUTCHINSON 10/18 L at Oregon 6-27 10/25 L at Utah 0-20 11/1 L at Washington State 0-37 11/24 W Montana 7-0 NA W Gonzaga 13-7

1920

4-2

COACH: THOMAS KELLEY 10/15 L Washington State 10/23 L at Oregon 11/11 W Utah (at Boise) 11/20 W at Montana NA W Whitman NA W Gonzaga

7-14 7-13 10-0 20-7 21-7 10-7

1921

4-3-1

COACH: THOMAS KELLEY 10/15 T Oregon 10/21 L at Washington State 10/29 L at Utah 11/05 W at Montana 11/11 W Wyoming 11/19 W Gonzaga 11/26 L Whitman 12/3 W 9th Army Corps

7-7 3-20 7-17 35-7 31-3 6-0 3-14 6-0

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH 10/18 W at Washington State 10/26 L at Washington 11/02 L Oregon NA W Whitman

13-0 0-24 0-3 13-6

1913

2-3-1

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH 10/17 T Washington State 10/25 L Oregon NA L Oregon State NA W Gonzaga NA W Whitman NA L Multnomah Athletic Club

3-3 0-27 0-3 52-3 29-3 9-20

COACH: ROBERT L. MATHEWS 10/7 W at Whitman 3-0 10/14 L at Washington* 0-2 10/20 L Washington State* 9-18 10/28 L at Oregon* 0-3 11/11 W Utah (at Boise) 16-0 11/18 L at USC* 0-14 11/25 L at Gonzaga 7-14 12/2 W Montana 39-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1914

2-3-1

1923

10/17 10/24 11/7 NA NA NA

1915

COACH: J.G. GRIFFITH T Montana 0-0 L Oregon 0-13 L at Washington State 0-3 L Oregon State (at Portland)0-26 W Gonzaga 5-3 W Whitman 7-0

1-4-1

COACH: C.M. RADEMACHER 10/2 L at Montana 3-15 10/16 L Oregon 7-19 10/30 L Washington State 0-41 NA L at Oregon State 0-40 NA W Gonzaga 6-3 NA T Whitman 0-0

1922

3-5, 0-4 Pacific Coast (8th)

5-2-1, 2-2-1 Pacific Coast (3rd)

COACH: ROBERT L. MATHEWS 10/6 W College of Idaho 83-0 10/13 W Montana 40-0 10/19 W at Washington State* 14-0 10/27 T Oregon* 0-0 11/3 W Gonzaga 13-0 11/10 W Oregon State* 7-0 11/17 L at Stanford* 7-17 11/24 L at USC* 0-9 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1924

5-2-1, 4-2 Pacific Coast (4th)

COACH: ROBERT L. MATHEWS 10/4 T at Gonzaga 0-0 10/11 W at Montana* 40-13 10/17 W Washington State* 19-3 10/25 L Stanford* (at Portland) 0-3 11/1 W at Oregon State* 22-0 11/8 W at Oregon* 13-0 11/22 L USC* 0-13 11/27 W Nevada (at Boise) 23-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1925

3-5, 2-3 Pacific Coast (6th)

COACH: ROBERT L. MATHEWS 10/3 W College of Idaho 16-14 10/10 W at Oregon* 6-0 10/17 W at Washington State* 7-6 10/24 L Gonzaga 3-12 10/30 L USC* 7-51 11/7 L Montana* 14-20 11/21 L Oregon State* (at Boise) 7-16 11/27 L at Creighton 19-34 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1926

3-4-1, 1-4 Pacific Coast (T6th)

COACH: CHARLES F. ERB 10/2 T Montana State 0-0 10/9 W at Montana* 27-12 10/16 L at Washington* 0-26 10/23 W College of Idaho 30-6 10/30 L Oregon State* (at Portland)0-3 11/6 L Washington State* 0-6 11/20 L USC* 6-28 11/25 W Creighton 12-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1927

4-2-2, 2-0-2 Pacific Coast (T1st)

COACH: CHARLES F. ERB 10/1 W at Montana State 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

3-4-1, 2-3 Pacific Coast (T6th)

COACH: CHARLES F. ERB 9/29 L at Montana State 10/6 T Gonzaga 10/13 W Whitman 10/20 L Stanford* (at San Francisco) 10/27 W UCLA* 11/3 L Washington State* 11/17 W at Montana* 11/24 L USC* * Pacific Coast Conference game

1929

19-12 0-0 40-0 42-6 0-3 7-7 12-7 0-13

13-15 6-6 26-13 0-24 20-6 0-26 21-7 7-28

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

39-6 41-34 19-7 7-34 0-27 7-41 14-20 41-7 0-72

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1931

3-4, 1-4 Pacific Coast (8th)

1936

3-7, 0-4 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/26 W at Whitman 10/3 L at Washington* 10/10 L Washington State* 10/17 L Oregon* (at Portland) 10/24 L at Nevada 10/31 W at Gonzaga 11/7 L at St. Mary’s (Calif.) 11/14 L at Montana* 11/21 L Utah State 11/28 W North Dakota State * Pacific Coast Conference game

1937

4-2-2, 2-2 Pacific Coast (5th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/26 W Whitman 32-7 10/3 L at Oregon * 0-9 10/10 W Montana * 21-19 10/17 L at Washington * 7-38 10/31 W Gonzaga 7-6 11/7 L at Washington State * 8-9 11/14 L at California * 0-18 * Pacific Coast Conference game

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

1932

1938

3-5, 1-4 Pacific Coast (T8th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/24 W Whitman 9/30 L at UCLA* 10/8 L Gonzaga 10/15 W at Montana* 10/22 L Oregon* 11/5 L at Washington State* 11/12 L at California* 11/26 W Utah State * Pacific Coast Conference game

1933

4-4, 1-4 Pacific Coast (9th)

Coach: Leo B. Calland 9/30 L at Washington* 10/7 W Whitman 10/14 W College of Idaho 10/20 L at Oregon* 10/28 W Montana 11/11 L Washington State* 11/18 L at California* 11/25 W Gonzaga * Pacific Coast Conference game

1934

6-32 60-0 11-0 0-18 12-6 6-14 0-6 20-12

3-5, 1-4 Pacific Coast (8th)

Coach: Leo B. Calland 9/29 L at Washington* 10/6 L at Gonzaga 10/20 L Oregon* 10/27 W at Montana* 11/3 W College of Idaho 11/10 L at Washington State* 11/17 L at California* 11/29 W at Creighton * Pacific Coast Conference game

1935

49-0 0-6 7-20 19-6 0-32 0-12 6-21 33-0

0-13 20-24 6-13 13-6 12-0 0-19 13-45 13-0

2-7, 1-5 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/28 L at Washington* 10/5 L Gonzaga 10/12 L Whitman 10/19 L at Oregon* 10/26 W Montana* 11/9 L Washington State* 11/16 L at Oregon State* 11/22 W Nevada 12/7 L at UCLA* * Pacific Coast Conference game

0-14 6-7 0-7 0-14 14-7 0-6 0-13 26-6 6-13

1940

13-0 12-12 27-0 26-12 0-33 19-6 6-19 0-12 14-0 16-0

2-6, 0-3 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/30 W Montana State 10/7 L at Oregon State* 10/13 L at Gonzaga 10/21 L Utah (at Boise) 10/28 L Montana* 11/4 W Utah State 11/11 L at Washington State* 11/18 L at Denver * Pacific Coast Conference game

7-6 6-7 0-19 0-35 0-7 19-7 13-21 0-23

1-7-1, 0-4 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/28 L at Oregon State* 0-41 10/5 L at Washington* 0-21 10/12 L Gonzaga 0-25 10/19 L at Boston College 0-60 10/26 T Utah State (at Boise) 0-0 11/2 L Washington State (at Boise) 0-26 12/9 L at Montana* 18-28 11/16 W Nevada-Reno 6-0 11/21 L at Utah 6-13 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1941

3-7, 1-5 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: FRANCIS A. SCHMIDT 9/26 L Oregon State* 0-32 10/3 L 2nd Air Force 0-14 10/10 W at Eastern Washington* 28-7 10/17 L at Stanford* 7-54 10/24 L at Oregon* 0-28 10/31 W at Montana* 21-0 11/14 L Washington State* 0-7 11/21 W Portland 21-14 11/26 L at Utah 7-13 12/5 L at UCLA* 13-40 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1943 No football

7-6 0-13 9-7 0-0 3-3 7-21 6-0 6-0

6-3-1, 2-3-1 Pacific Coast (7th)

COACH: TED P. BANK 9/24 W at Oregon State* 10/1 T at Washington* 10/8 W North Dakota State 10/15 W at Gonzaga 10/22 L at UCLA* 10/29 W at Montana* 11/5 L at Oregon* 11/12 L Washington State* 11/19 W Utah State 11/24 W at Utah * Pacific Coast Conference game

1939

25-6 0-22 0-14 0-13 6-7 18-7 7-26 0-16 0-10 13-12

1942

4-5, 0-4 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: FRANCIS A. SCHMIDT 9/27 L Utah 7-26 10/3 L at Oregon* 7-21 10/10 W at Gonzaga 21-7 10/18 W at Utah State 16-0 10/25 W Willamette 33-6 11/1 L at Oregon State* 0-33 11/8 L at Washington State* 0-26 11/15 L Montana* 0-16 11/22 W Montana State (at Boise) 39-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1944 No football

1945

1-7, 1-5 Pacific Coast (8th)

COACH: J. A. BROWN 9/29 L Washington State* 0-21 10/6 L at Oregon* 7-33 10/13 L at Farragut Navy 7-18 10/20 W Montana (Homecoming) * 46-0 10/27 L Washington State * 12-43 11/3 L at Oregon State* 0-34 11/10 L at Farragut Navy 6-14 11/17 L at Washington* 0-12 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1946

1-8, 0-5 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: J. A. BROWN 9/28 L at Stanford* 10/5 L at Washington State* 10/12 L at Marquette 10/19 L San Jose State 10/26 L Oregon (Homecoming)* 11/2 L at Montana* 11/9 L at Oregon State* 11/16 W Portland 11/23 L Fresno State * Pacific Coast Conference game

1947

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 27-7 9/27 W at Stanford* 19-16 10/4 L Washington State (HC)* 0-7 10/11 L at Oregon State* 6-33 10/18 W Portland 20-14 11/1 L at Oregon* 7-34 11/7 L Montana* 0-21 11/15 W at Utah (at Boise) 13-6 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1948

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

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 79-0 9/24 L at Oregon* 0-41 10/1 L at Texas 7-56 10/15 L Washington State (HC)* 13-35 10/22 W at Montana* 47-19 10/29 W Portland (Boise) 49-21 11/5 L Oregon State* 25-35 11/12 L at Stanford* 0-63 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1950

3-5-1, 1-1-1 Pacific Coast (5th)

COACH: DIXIE HOWELL 9/23 W Utah (Boise) 9/30 L Montana 10/7 L at Texas-El Paso 10/14 W Oregon (HC) * 10/28 T at Washington State* 11/4 L at Wyoming 11/11 L at Oregon State* 11/18 W at Boston University 11/25 L at Arizona State * Pacific Coast Conference game

1951

26-19 27-28 33-43 14-0 7-7 7-14 19-34 26-19 21-48

2-7, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: BABE CURFMAN 9/22 L at Wyoming 0-28 9/29 L San Francisco (Boise) 7-28 10/6 L Oregon St.* 6-34 10/13 W at Montana 12-9 10/20 W San Jose State 40-7 11/3 L at Oregon* 13-14 11/10 L Washington State (HC)* 6-9 11/17 L at Arizona 6-13 11/22 L at Utah 19-40 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1952

4-4-1, 1-3 Pacific Coast (8th)

COACH: BABE CURFMAN 9/20 L at Washington* 14-39 9/27 T Utah (Boise) 21-21 10/4 L Oregon (HC)* 13-20 10/11 W at Utah State 16-3 10/18 W North Dakota State 54-9 10/24 L at Santa Clara 7-9 11/1 L at Washington State* 6-36 11/8 W Montana 27-0 11/15 W at Oregon State* 27-6 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1953

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

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* 0-41 9/25 L at Oregon State* 0-13 10/2 L San Jose State (HC) 7-38 10/9 L at Pacific 0-13 10/16 L at Arizona 13-25 10/23 W at Washington State* 10-0 10/30 W at Utah 14-13 11/13 W North Dakota 45-0 11/20 W Brigham Young (at Boise) 7-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1955

2-7, 0-4 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/17 L at Washington* 7-14 9/24 L Utah (at Boise) 13-20 10/1 L at Arizona 14-47 10/8 L Pacific (HC) 0-20 10/15 L Washington State* 0-9 10/29 L at Oregon* 0-25 11/5 L at Oregon State* 14-33 11/11 W at Brigham Young 49-6 11/19 W Montana 31-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

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4-7, 0-5 Pacific Coast (10th)

COACH: LEO B. CALLAND 9/27 L Montana State 6-7 10/4 W College of Idaho 30-6 10/11 L at Washington* 0-27 10/18 W Whitman 47-0 10/25 L at Oregon* 6-20 11/1 W Gonzaga 26-0 11/8 L Washington State* 7-33 11/15 L at Montana* 6-12 11/29 L at UCLA* 6-20 12/25 W St. Louis Alums (Hawai`i)20-14 1/1/31 L at Hawaii 0-37 * Pacific Coast Conference game

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4-5, 0-4 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/22 L at Washington* 21-53 9/29 L at Oregon* 14-21 10/6 L Washington State* 19-33 10/13 L Arizona State (HC) 0-41 10/27 W at Utah 27-21 11/3 W at Fresno State 24-12 11/10 W at Utah State 42-20 11/17 L Oregon State* 10-14 11/24 W at Montana 41-0 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1957

4-4-1, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/21 L Oregon* 6-9 9/28 L at Arizona State 7-19 10/5 W Utah (at Boise) 21-6 10/12 L at Oregon State* 0-20 10/19 T at Pacific 7-7 10/26 W Fresno State (HC) 20-6 11/2 W Montana 31-13 11/9 W at Utah State 35-7 11/16 L at Washington State * 13-21 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1958

4-5, 0-3 Pacific Coast (9th)

COACH: SKIP STAHLEY 9/20 L at Oregon* 0-27 9/27 L at Missouri 10-14 10/4 W at Utah 20-0 10/11 L Washington State* 0-8 10/18 L Oregon State (HC)* 6-20 10/25 W at Arizona 24-16 11/1 L San Jose State (at Boise) 6-41 11/8 W at Montana 14-6 11/15 W Utah State 34-7 * Pacific Coast Conference game

1959 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

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

1-9 COACH: SKIP STAHLEY L at Utah State 0-14 L at Washington 0-23 L at Arizona 14-16 L at Air Force Academy 0-21 L at Oregon State 18-66 L at Washington State 5-27 L Oregon (HC) 7-45 L Utah (at Boise) 13-47 L at Pacific 13-28 W Montana 9-6

1-9 COACH: SKIP STAHLEY L at Oregon 6-33 L at Washington 12-41 L at Montana 14-18 L Utah State (at Boise) 6-33 L Oregon State (HC) 8-28 W at Hawaii 14-6 L at Pacific 14-25 L at Arizona 3-32 L Washington State 7-18 L at San Jose State 20-22

2-7 COACH: SKIP STAHLEY L at Oregon 0-51 W San Jose State (HC) 27-18 L at Oregon State 6-44 L at Washington State 0-34 L at Army 7-51 L at Utah State 0-69 L Pacific 2-27 L Arizona (at Boise) 7-43 W at Montana 16-14

1962 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

1963

2-6-1 COACH: DEE G. ANDROS L Utah State (at Boise) 7-45 W Idaho State 9-6 L at Montana 16-22 T at San Jose State 12-12 L at Montana State 15-33 L at Utah 21-25 W at Arizona 14-12 L Oregon State (HC) 0-32 L Washington State 14-22

5-4

COACH: DEE G. ANDROS 9/21 W Fresno State 32-8 9/28 W Utah (at Boise) 10-9 10/5 L at Missouri 0-24 10/12 L at Oregon 21-41 10-19 W Pacific (HC) 64-6 10-26 W San Jose State 28-12 11/2 L at Washington State 10-14 11/9 L at Arizona 7-34 11/16 W at Idaho State 14-0

1964 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

1965

4-6 COACH: DEE G. ANDROS W at San Jose State 3-0 L at Iowa State 24-34 L at Utah 0-22 L Oregon 8-14 L at Oregon State 7-10 W Washington State (HC) 28-13 W at Pacific 40-0 L at Arizona 7-14 W Utah State (at Boise) 27-22 L at Arizona State 0-14

5-5, 3-1 Big Sky (T1st)

COACH: STEPHEN MUSSEAU 9/18 L at Washington 9-14 9/25 W San Jose State 17-7 10/2 W at Washington State 17-13 10/9 L at Utah State 19-30 10/16 L Oregon State (at Boise) 14-16 10/23 W at Montana* 35-7 10/30 L at Oregon 14-17 11/9 L at Weber State* 7-14 11/13 W Idaho State (HC)* 15-7 11/30 W Montana State* 54-0 * Big Sky Conference game

1966

4-6, 3-1 Big Sky (2nd)

COACH: STEPHEN MUSSEAU 9/17 L at Washington 7-19 9/24 L at Montana State* 10-24 10/1 W Pacific (HC) 28-7 10/8 W at Idaho State* 27-20 10/15 L at Oregon State 7-14 10/22 L Washington State 7-14 10/29 L Oregon (Boise) 7-28 11/5 L at San Jose State 7-21 11/12 W Montana* 40-6 11/19 W Weber State* 42-12 * Big Sky Conference game

1967

4-6, 2-2 Big Sky (T2nd)

COACH: STEPHEN MUSSEAU 9/16 L at Pacific 6-42 9/23 W at Fresno State 30-14 9/30 W Idaho State (at Boise)* 16-6 10/7 L Montana State (HC)* 14-41 10/14 W at Montana* 19-14 10/21 L at Oregon 6-31 10/28 W Parsons 28-27 11/4 L at Weber State* 17-28 11/11 L at Washington State 14-52 11/18 L at Houston 6-77 * Big Sky Conference game

1968

5-5, 3-1 Big Sky (T1st)

COACH: Y.C. MCNEASE 9/14 L at Montana State* 9/21 L at Washington State 9/28 W at Idaho State* 10/5 W Pacific (Boise) 10/12 W Montana (HC)* 10/19 L at Oregon 10/26 L at Washington 11/2 W Weber State* 11/9 W at San Jose State 11/16 L at Houston * Big Sky Conference game

1969

2-8, 1-3 Big Sky (4th)

COACH: Y.C. MCNEASE 9/20 L at Northern Illinois 9/27 L Idaho State* 10/3 W at Southern Mississippi 10/11 L at Montana* 10/18 L at Pacific 10/25 W Montana State (HC)* 11/1 L at Oregon 11/8 L at Weber State* 11/15 L at Colorado State 11/22 L Utah State * Big Sky Conference game

1970

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

7-45 16-44 10-17 14-35 26-44 13-49 17-16 37-24 27-17 42-14 17-30

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

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 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

1973

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

62-14 24-47 0-48 24-51 30-33 14-30 17-13 14-35 20-7 14-41 43-0

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 6-23 9/20 W at Northern Arizona* 22-12 9/27 L Idaho State* 14-29 (Kibbie Dome Opener) 10/4 L at Arizona State 3-29 10/11 T Boise State* 31-31 (Kibbie Dome Dedication) 10/18 L at Montana* 3-14 10/25 W at Nevada-Las Vegas 39-7 11/1 W Montana State (HC)* 41-23 11/8 T at Weber State* 40-40 11/15 L at Washington State 27-84 11/22 W Northern Illinois 25-24 * Big Sky Conference game

1976

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

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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1979

4-7, 2-5 Big Sky (T5th)

COACH: JERRY DAVITCH 9/8 L at Fresno State 10-30 9/15 L at Northern Arizona* 18-29 9/22 W Pacific 17-13 9/29 W Puget Sound 34-10 10/6 W at Idaho State* 28-23 10/13 L Boise State* 17-41 10/20 W Montana (HC)* 20-17 11/3 L Nevada-Reno* 26-38 11/10 L at Weber State* 7-12 11/17 L South Dakota State 13-27 * Big Sky Conference game

1980

6-5, 4-3 Big Sky (T2nd)

COACH: JERRY DAVITCH 9/13 L at Pacific 13-24 9/20 W Simon Fraser 56-16 9/27 W at Montana* 42-0 10/4 W Portland State 37-27 10/11 L at Boise State* 21-44 10/18 W Montana State (HC)* 14-6 10/25 L at San Jose State 10-32 11/1 W at Weber State* 31-6 11/8 L Idaho State* 21-28 11/15 W Northern Arizona* 14-7 11/22 L at Nevada-Reno* 7-38 * Big Sky Conference game

1981

3-8, 0-7 Big Sky (8th)

COACH: JERRY DAVITCH 9/5 W Simon Fraser 52-7 9/12 L at Weber State* 21-42 9/19 W Northern Iowa 59-14 9/26 L at Hawaii 6-21 10/3 W at Portland State 56-9 10/10 L Montana* 14-16 10/17 L at Montana State* 28-29 10/24 L Nevada-Reno (HC)* 14-23 10/31 L Idaho State* 14-24 11/7 L at Northern Arizona* 3-24 11/21 L Boise State* 43-45 * Big Sky Conference game

1982

9-4, 5-2 Big Sky (T2nd)

COACH: DENNIS ERICKSON 9/11 L at Washington State 14-34 9/18 W Pacific 36-17 9/25 W Portland State 56-0 10/2 W Weber State (HC)* 35-34 10/9 W at Northern Iowa 38-13 10/16 L at Montana* 16-40 10/23 W Montana State* 36-20 10/30 W at Boise State* 24-17 11/6 W at Idaho State* 20-17 11/13 W Northern Arizona* 55-37 11/20 L at Nevada-Reno* 16-25 11/27 W Montana# 21-7 12/4 L at Eastern Kentucky# 30-38 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1983

8-3, 4-3 Big Sky (T3rd)

COACH: DENNIS ERICKSON 9/10 W Southern Colorado 43-28 9/17 W at Montana State * 23-0 9/24 L at Idaho State * 31-41 10/1 W Eastern Washington 38-24 10/8 W at Portland State 17-16 10/15 L at Weber State * 10-28 10/22 W Montana (HC) * 45-24 10/29 W at Pacific 31-19 11/5 W at Northern Arizona * 40-10 11/12 L Nevada-Reno * 24-43 11/19 W Boise State * 45-24 * Big Sky Conference game

1984

6-5, 4-3 Big Sky (T3rd)

COACH: DENNIS ERICKSON 9/8 W Portland State 49-14 9/15 L at Cal State-Fullerton 7-28 9/22 L Montana State* 28-34 9/29 W Oregon State 41-22 10/6 L at Nevada-Reno* 17-23 10/13 L Weber State (HC)* 37-40 10/20 L at Eastern Washington 25-32 10/27 W at Montana* 40-39 11/3 W Northern Arizona* 37-9 11/10 W Idaho State* 45-42 11/17 W at Boise State* 37-0 * Big Sky Conference game

1985

9-3, 6-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: DENNIS ERICKSON 9/7 L at Oregon State 28-43 9/14 W Mankato State 46-7 9/21 W at Northern Arizona* 27-3 9/28 W Nevada-Reno (HC)* 25-21 10/5 W at Portland State 51-17 10/12 W at Weber State* 31-28 10/19 W Montana* 38-0 10/26 L at Idaho State* 37-38 11/2 W Eastern Washington * 42-21 11/9 W at Montana State* 34-0 11/23 W Boise State* 44-27 11/30 L Eastern Washington# 38-42 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1986

8-4, 5-2 Big Sky (3rd)

COACH: KEITH GILBERTSON 9/6 W Portland State 42-10 9/13 L at Central Michigan 21-34 9/20 W CS-Fullerton (HC) 25-17 9/27 W at Eastern Washington 27-10 10/4 W Idaho State* 38-26 10/18 L at Nevada-Reno* 13-17 10/25 L Northern Arizona* 0-24 11/1 W at Montana* 38-31 11/8 W Montana State* 44-17 11/15 W Weber State* 31-17 11/22 W at Boise State* 21-14 11/29 L at Nevada-Reno # 7-27 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1987

9-3, 7-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: KEITH GILBERTSON 9/5 W Mankato State 31-17 9/12 L Central Michigan 18-30 9/19 W at Portland State 17-10 9/26 W at Northern Arizona* 46-37 10/3 L at Idaho State* 21-30 10/10 W Montana* 31-25 10/17 W Nevada-Reno (HC)* 38-28 10/24 W Eastern Washington* 31-24 10/31 W at Weber State* 41-38 11/7 W at Montana State* 14-7 11/21 W Boise State* 40-34 11/28 L Weber State# 30-59 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1988

11-2, 7-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: KEITH GILBERTSON 9/10 W Portland State 27-18 9/17 W at Pacific 36-26 9/24 L at Montana* 17-26 10/1 W Northern Arizona (HC)* 31-20 10/8 W Montana State* 41-24 10/15 W at Eastern Washington* 31-22 10/22 W Weber State* 27-24 11/5 W at Nevada-Reno* 32-31 11/12 W Idaho State* 41-7 11/19 W at Boise State* 26-20 11/26 W Montana # 38-19 12/3 W Northwestern State # 38-30 12/10 L at Furman, S.C. # 7-38 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1989

9-3, 8-0 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: JOHN L. SMITH 9/2 L at Washington State 9/9 L at Portland State 9/16 W Cal State-Sacramento 9/23 W at Weber State* 9/28 W Montana* 10/7 W at Northern Arizona* 10/14 W at Montana State* 10/21 W Eastern Washington* 10/28 W Nevada-Reno (HC)* 11/4 W at Idaho State* 11/18 W Boise State* 11/25 L Eastern Illinois # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1990

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)

1992

9-3, 6-1 Big Sky (1st)

COACH: JOHN L. SMITH 9/5 W St. Cloud State 9/12 W at Colorado State 9/19 W Weber State* 10/3 W Cal State Northridge 10/10 W Idaho State* 10/17 W at Eastern Washington* 10/24 L at Northern Iowa 10/31 W Northern Arizona* 11/7 L at Montana* 11/14 W Montana State* 11/21 W at Boise State* 11/28 L McNeese State # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1993

11-3, 5-2 Big Sky (2nd)

COACH: JOHN L. SMITH 9/2 W at Stephen F. Austin 9/11 W Southwest Texas State 9/18 W at Weber State 10/2 W at Utah 10/9 W at Idaho State* 10/16 W Eastern Washington* 10/23 L at Montana State* 10/30 W at Northern Arizona* 11/6 L Montana* 11/13 W Lehigh 11/20 W Boise State* 11/27 W at NE Louisiana # 12/4 W Boston University # 12/11 L at Youngstown State # # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

1994

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

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1995

6-5, 4-4 Big Sky (T4th) 49-7 41-38 48-14 14-36 23-31 17-45 46-21 31-34 44-28 34-35 28-24

38-30 66-38 56-0 28-17 56-27 49-10 35-40 34-27 34-54 77-14 49-16 34-31 21-14 16-35

9-3, 5-2 Big Sky (2nd)

COACH: JOHN L. SMITH 9/1 L Montana State* 24-27 9/8 W at Southwest Texas State38-35 9/15 L at Oregon 23-55 9/22 W Weber State* 37-27 9/29 L at Nevada-Reno (OT)* 28-31 10/6 W Cal State-Chico 59-21 10/13 W Idaho State (HC)* 41-20 10/20 W at Eastern Washington* 51-28 11/3 W Northern Arizona* 52-7 11/10 W at Montana* 35-14 11/17 W at Boise State* 21-14 11/24 W at SW Missouri State # 41-35 12/1 L at Georgia Southern # 27-28 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs; * Big Sky Conference game

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 E. Washington (2OT)* 11/9 W at Northern Arizona* 11/16 L Montana (OT)* 11/23 W Boise State* * Big Sky Conference game

42-9 37-34 52-24 30-7 49-18 38-21 26-27 53-14 29-47 28-7 62-16 20-23

43-10 48-38 58-26 70-21 43-10 27-13 41-14 21-45 21-12 79-30 24-27 21-38

6-5, 4-3 Big Sky (T2nd)

COACH: CHRIS TORMEY 9/2 L at Oregon State 7-14 9/16 W Sonoma State 66-3 9/30 L at Idaho State* 21-26 10/7 L at Montana State* 13-16 10/14 W E. Washington (HC)* 37-10 10/21 W Montana* 55-43 10/28 L at Weber State* 19-25 11/4 W at Northern Arizona* 17-14 11/11 W at Northern Iowa 16-12 11/18 W Boise State* 33-13 11/25 L at McNeese State # 3-33 # NCAA I-AA Playoffs * Big Sky Conference game

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2-9, 2-5 Big Sky (T5th)

COACH: JERRY DAVITCH 9/9 L at San Jose State 14-31 9/16 L at Washington State 0-28 9/23 L at Wichita State 6-28 9/30 L Northern Arizona* 29-34 10/7 L at Nevada-Las Vegas 14-53 10/14 W at Montana* 34-30 10/21 L Montana State* 21-57 10/28 L Weber State (HC)* 6-51 11/4 L at Boise State* 10-48 11/11 W Idaho State*^ 0-0 11/18 L Fresno State 28-41 11/23 W Boise State* 28-24 * Big Sky Conference game ^ Won by forfeit

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6-5, 3-2 Big West (T3rd)

COACH: CHRIS TORMEY 8/31 L at Wyoming 38-40 9/7 L at San Diego State 21-40 9/14 W St. Mary’s 52-17 9/28 L at Southwest Texas 21-27 10/5 W Cal Poly-SLO 38-33 10/19 W Nevada * 24-15 10/26 L at Utah State * 28-35 11/2 W Eastern Washington 37-27 11/9 W New Mexico State * 34-19 11/16 L at North Texas * 17-24 11/23 W at Boise State * 64-19 * Big West Conference game

1997

5-6, 2-3 Big West (T4th)

COACH: CHRIS TORMEY 8/30 L at Air Force 10-14 9/6 W Portland State 46-0 9/13 W at Idaho State 43-0 9/20 L at Central Florida 10-41 10/4 W North Texas * 30-17 10/11 W UC Davis 44-14 10/18 L at Nevada * 23-42 10/25 L Utah State * 17-63 11/1 L at Eastern Washington 21-24 11/14 W at New Mexico State * 35-18 11/21 L Boise State * 23-30 (OT) * Big West Conference game

1998

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)

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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 La-Lafayette (HC)*! 37-54 10/27 L at Arkansas State * 31-34 11/3 W Louisiana-Monroe * 42-38 11/17 L North Texas * 27-50 11/24/ L at Montana 27-33 (2OT) ! Home game at Martin Stadium, Pullman, Wash. * Sun Belt Conference game

2002

2-10, 1-6 Sun Belt (7th)

COACH: TOM CABLE 8/31 L at Boise State 21-38 9/7 L at Washington State 14-49 9/14 L at Oregon 21-58 9/21 W San Diego State W, 48-38 9/28 L at Washington L, 27-41 10/5 L Montana 31-38 10/12 L at Louisiana-Monroe * 14-34 10/26 W Middle Tennessee * (HC)21-18 11/2 L at Louisiana-Lafayette * 28-31 11/9 L at North Texas * 0-10 11/16 L Arkansas State * 29-38 11/23 L New Mexico State * 31-35 * Sun Belt Conference game

20033-9, 3-4 Sun Belt (tie 4th) COACH: TOM CABLE 8/30 L vs. Washington State ! 0-25 9/6 L Eastern Washington 5-8 9/13 L Boise State 10-24 9/20 L at Washington 14-45 9/27 L at Montana 28-41 10/4 W at New Mexico State * 35-31 10/11 L North Texas * 14-24 10/18 L Middle Tennessee (OT) *21-28 10/25 L at Louisiana-Lafayette * 20-31 11/8 L at Arkansas State * 23-24 11/15 W at Louisiana-Monroe * 58-20 11/22 W Utah State * 20-13 ! at Seahawks Stadium * Sun Belt Conference game

2004

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

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 at Washington State at UNLV at Washington vs. Hawai`i * vs. Utah State (HC) * at Nevada * vs. Fresno State * at New Mexico State *

9/1 L 26-38 9/10 L 31-34 9/17 L 6-34 9/24 L 0-24 10/1 W 27-13 10/8 L 14-62 10/22 L 10-40 10/29 W 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 17-27 9/9 L at Washington State 10-56 9/16 W vs. Idaho State 27-24 9/23 L at Oregon State 0-38 9/30 W at Utah State * 41-21 10/7 W vs. New Mexico State * 28-20 10/14 W at Louisiana Tech * 24-14 10/21 L vs. Boise State * 26-42 10/28 L at Hawai`i * 10-68 11/4 L vs. Nevada * 7-45 11/18 L at Fresno State * 0-34 11/25 L vs. San Jose State * 13-28 * Western Athletic Conference game

2007

1-11, 0-8 WAC (9th)

COACH: ROBB AKEY 9/1 L at #1 USC 10-38 9/8 W vs. Cal Poly 20-13 9/15 L at Washington State 28-45 9/22 L vs. Northern Illinois 35-42 9/29 L vs. #19 Hawai`i * 20-48 10/6 L at San Jose State * 20-28 10/13 L vs. Fresno State * 24-37 10/20 L at New Mexico State * 31-45 10/27 L at Nevada * 21-37 11/3 L vs. Louisiana Tech * 16-28 11/17 L at Boise State * 14-58 11/24 L vs. Utah State * 19-24 * Western Athletic Conference game

2008

2-10, 1-7 WAC (T8th)

COACH: ROBB AKEY 8/30 L at Arizona 0-70 9/6 W Idaho State 42-27 9/13 L Western Michigan 28-51 9/20 L Utah State* 17-42 9/27 L at San Diego State 17-45 10/4 L Nevada* 14-49 10/11 L at Fresno State* 32-45 10/18 L at Louisiana Tech* 14-46 10/25 W New Mexico State* 20-14 11/1 L San Jose State* 24-30 11/15 L Boise State* 10-45 11/22 L at Hawai`i* 17-49 * Western Athletic Conference game

2009

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

2010

6-7, 3-5 WAC (6th)

COACH: ROBB AKEY 9/2 W North Dakota 45-0 9/11 L at Nebraska 17-38 9/18 W UNLV 30-7 9/25 L at Colorado State 34-36 10/2 W at Western Michigan 33-13 10/16 L at Louisiana Tech * 35-48 10/23 W New Mexico State * 37-14 10/30 L at Hawai`i * 10-45 11/6 L #23 Nevada * 17-63 11/12 L #4 Boise State * 14-52 11/20 W at Utah State * 28-6 11/27 L at Fresno State * 20-23 12/4 W San Jose State * 26-23 (ot) *Western Athletic Conference game

2011

2-10, 1-7 (8th)

COACH: ROBB AKEY 9/1 L Bowling Green State 15-32 9/10 W North Dakota 44-14 9/17 L at Texas A&M 7-37 9/24 L Fresno State * 24-48 10/1 L at Virginia 20-21 (ot) 10/8 L Louisiana Tech * 11-24 10/14 L at New Mexico State * 24-31 10/29 L Hawai`i * 14-16 11/5 W at San Jose State * 32-29 11/12 L at Brigham Young 7-42 11/19 L Utah State * 42-49 (2 ot) 12/3 L at Nevada * 3-56 * Western Athletic Conference game

2012

1-11, 1-5 (6th)

COACH: ROBB AKEY ! INTERIM COACH: JASON GESSER 8/30 L Eastern Washington 3-20 9/8 L at Bowling Green 13-21 9/15 L at Louisiana State 14-63 9/22 L Wyoming 40-37 OT 9/29 L at North Carolina 0-66 10/6 W New Mexico State * 26-18 10/13 L at Texas State * 7-38 10/20 L at Louisiana Tech * 28-70 11/3 L San Jose State *! 13-42 11/10 L at Brigham Young ! 13-52 11/17 L vs. Texas-San Antonio *! 27-34 11/24 L at Utah State * ! 9-45 * Western Athletic Conference game

2013 8/31 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/23 11/30

1-11, Independent COACH: PAUL PETRINO L at North Texas L at Wyoming L vs. Northern Illinois L at Washington State W vs. Temple L vs. Fresno State L at Arkansas State L at Ole Miss L vs. Texas State L vs. Old Dominion L at Florida State L at New Mexico State

6-40 10-42 35-45 0-42 26-24 14-61 24-48 14-59 21-37 38-59 14-80 16-24

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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO & VANDAL ATHLETICS


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UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

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.

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

The Administration Building remains the centerpiece of campus. The hiring in 1908 of the nation’s premier landscape architects,Olmsted Brothers of Massachusetts whose firm’s founding father designed New York’s Central Park, led to the small-town New England look of the campus.

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 The University of Idaho is included in the 2009 edition of Princeton Review’s “Best 368 Colleges.” Only about 15 percent of the nation’s colleges are included the in the ranking of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education. • The University of Idaho is included in the 2008 list of Kiplinger’s 100 Best Values in Public Colleges. The rankings reflect academic strength and affordability. • We are consistently recognized among the “top national, doctoral-granting universities” in the country by U.S. News & World Report. • We are ranked in the top half of the Top 50 Best Values for Public Colleges and Universities by Consumers Digest and recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the “77 Best Value Colleges in America.”

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THE

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO • 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 studentteacher 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 state, including on the Fort Hall and Coeur d’Alene Indian reservations. And we have 12 regional research and extension centers. • Agricultural 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 off-campus 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.

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• 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, distance-learning opportunities. • We are Idaho’s only institution to earn the prestigious Carnegie Foundation distinction for high research activity. • We attract the grants and contracts – totaling more than $100 million each year – that fund innovative research in our world-class facilities. • Our Student Grant Program funds student-led research. It will introduce you to the processes and skills you’ll need to apply for professional level research grants, including proposal writing, external peer review, and project presentation. • Faculty and students team up for research projects at our institutes and centers. Here, you’ll contribute to our nationally recognized research on issues that affect the state, the region and the nation. • Students in all academic years work with faculty at our research facilities, such as the Electron Microscopy Center, the National Institute for Advanced Transportation and the Idaho Water Resources Research Institute, as well as a host of other laboratories and programs. • Many of our colleges have their own research and teaching centers that serve specific disciplines or the university as a whole. For instance, you can explore better ways to feed Idaho and the world at the Aquaculture Research Institute in the university’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. • The Career and Professional Planning office offers a variety of workshops and clinics to prepare you for a successful future. • Tutoring and Academic Assistant Services provides free academic support. • Student Support Services offers you individualized tutoring, educational planning and intensive learning and skill development. • The Academic Advising Center helps you choose a major and fulfill your course requirements. • The Office of Multicultural Affairs celebrates our campus diversity and promotes cultural awareness through such events as the Tutxinmepu Pow Wow, Dia de los Muertos activities, the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration and the Multicultural Freshman BBQ. • Disability Support Services works to ensure that university opportunities are available to everyone. It provides sign-language interpreters, testing accommodations, campus housing arrangements and much more. • Diversity and Community supports learning opportunities for underrepresented segments of society through resources such as the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program, and the TRiO program for low-income and first-generation Americans. • The ASUI Center for Volunteerism and Social Action strives to foster lifelong commitments to service and civic action, and provides opportunities for students like you to plan service projects and participate in social activism. • Opportunities to volunteer are plentiful at the University of Idaho. Whether you value cleaning up the environment, assisting in the aftermath of natural disasters, working with children, or helping the elderly, you’ll have an outlet at the University of Idaho. • Volunteering is a chance not only to help others, but to develop valuable skills. For example, student volunteers with our Alternative Service Breaks program spent spring break 2006 in Waveland, Mississippi, a town virtually obliterated by Hurricane Katrina. They rebuilt houses, taught schoolchildren and created a blog about their experiences.

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hen Rob Spear took the reins of the University of Idaho Department of Athletics in the winter of 2003-04, he was inheriting a program in flux. They needed updates and enhancements to their 30-year-old facility. They needed new revenue streams and more fans in the seats. As he set about tackling the facility and funding issues, he was resolute in continuing to hold Vandal student-athletes to the high academic standards that reflect very favorably the University of Idaho’s legacy of producing leaders of vision and integrity. With a staff in place to guide the academic progress of the Vandals, he started chipping away at the laundry list of facility and financial needs.

First was a new Strength and Conditioning Center, which remains one of the jewels in the renovation project with two-story, floor-to-ceiling windows that provide an expansive view of the campus. Among the state-of-the-art training and rehabilitation equipment is a hydro-therapy pool – one of the first in an on-campus setting in the Western United States. With the old weight room vacated, an ambitious locker room project began. When it was finished, football, women’s basketball, track and field, and swimming had new facilities in place to match the oak-and-marble rooms already in existence for volleyball and men’s basketball. That is what was happening indoors. Outside, the grass field used for football practice as well as intramurals was undergoing its own update. By the time it was completed, the Vandals had back-to-back 70-yard SprinTurf practice fields – with lights. Next was the turf inside the Kibbie Dome. Because of the multiple uses of the building, it has to be portable. Spear secured funding for Real Grass Pro, which, when it’s not in use for football, can be stored to make way for basketball, commencement, track and field, and even an annual home and garden show. He worked collaboratively across campus to secure the funding for life safety improvements, which included replacing the 30-year-old plywood end walls with translucent panels. The panels, along with a facelift for the entire stadium, make for a sense of daylight. Even when it’s 30 degrees and snowing outside, it’s warm, dry and windless inside the Dome. There was much more to what he wanted the Kibbie Dome to become. He wanted it to provide the best premium seating in college football. In 2011, it became reality with the opening of the Litehouse Center/Bud and June Ford Club Room. The club seats, loge seats and suites are up-close and personal. The student-athlete wasn’t put aside as the facilities were transformed. Before the premium seating project was launched, private monies were raised for a suite of team rooms and the complete renovation of the athletic training and equipment rooms. Alongside the team rooms are study centers to ensure the continued academic success of the Vandals, who continued to graduate at a rate 30-40 percent higher than the general population at the University of Idaho, which in and of itself is by far the highest in the state. Collectively, Vandal student-athletes have a 3.05 grade-point average. He touched the hearts of Vandals far and wide, young and old when he established the Vandal Athletics Hall of Fame. A charter class of 100 individuals and five teams was inducted over a two-year period to make up for more than 100 years of the absence of a way to honor Idaho’s most cherished players, coaches and contributors. That legacy continues today with a bi-annual induction ceremony.

COLLEGE Great Falls 1980 (BS)

Montana 1983 (MBA)

Idaho 1989 (PhD)

Hometown Butte, Mont.

Family Wife, Sandy Daughter, Morgan

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University of Idaho President

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STABEN Building his career block by block, Chuck Staben has found his capstone as the recently named 18th president of the University of Idaho. “I love what the University of Idaho has to offer, and I am extremely excited to serve the students, faculty, and staff and see where we can go together,” says Staben. “I love the mountains; I love the West; I feel like this is home.” A long-time supporter of land-grant universities, Staben is especially excited to lead the University of Idaho to continue and expand its research, academic excellence and outreach throughout the state. He also is committed to growing enrollment and expanding education beyond the classroom. Staben officially became president March 1, 2014. “I really want to focus on communication and developing a shared vision for the university. It’s going to take some time to create an effective vision, but it will be fun to see what direction we want to take together,” says Staben. He will be joined on the Palouse by his wife Mary Beth, who looks forward to practicing medicine in the area. Their children, following in both of their parents’ footsteps, are studying across the country: Mac is working on his master’s degree in Massachusetts, Cal is working on his bachelor’s degree in Kentucky and Rae is working on her bachelor’s degree in California. As a father of university students, Staben identifies with parents sending their children off to school for the first time. He encourages those who interact with students to treat them like they would want their own children to be treated, whether it’s tough love or being supportive. “I want students to have a positive experience and to grow into themselves,” says Staben. “University is a time for students to mature and establish their character.” Once settled in Idaho, Staben looks forward to pursuing outdoor recreation activities, like skiing, hiking and biking to Pullman on the Chipman Trail. “This really is a beautiful place,” says Staben. “I want to reconnect with the wilderness in my spare time.” Since 2008, Staben has served as the provost and vice president for academic affairs at the University of South Dakota. Previously, he worked at the University of Kentucky in several capacities from 1989-2008. He served as the acting vice president for research, associate vice president for research and in faculty administrator roles, chair and acting chair in the biology department and professor, associate professor and assistant professor of biology. Staben earned his doctorate in biochemistry at the University of California, Berkeley and his undergraduate in biochemistry at the University of Illinois, Champaign. He conducted postdoctoral training at Stanford University in the biology department and at Chiron Research Laboratories in Emeryville, Calif. with the virology department. While Staben is no longer an active researcher, his work has been cited over 1,300 times.

COLLEGE University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana 1978 (BS) California, Berkeley 1984 (PhD)

POST-DOCTORAL Stanford University 1987-89 Chiron Research Laboratories (1985-86)

FAMILY Wife, Mary Beth Children, Mac, Cal and Rae

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He brings a wealth of professional memberships to the University Idaho and serves on many national boards, including the National Research Council, and the Committee to review EPSCoR and EPSCoR-like programs. He is also a peer evaluator for the Higher Learning Commission. Previously he served on the National EPSCoR/IDeA Foundation Board, as an AAAS Consultant, Delaware INBRE Program and was a representative for the Southeast University Research Association.


HONOR ROLL 2012 Western Athletic Conference Logan Bushnell Bobby Cowan Cody Elenz Maxx Forde Justin Parkins Justin Podrabsky 2011 Western Athletic Conference Marius Burgsmueller Bobby Cowan Maxx Forde Daniel Micheletti Bradley Njoku Brian Reader Dontae Scott 2010 Western Athletic Confer