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FRESNO 2011 FRESNO STATE STATISTICS 2011 SCHEDULE/RESULTS

DATE

OPPONENT

RESULT SCORE

OVERALL CONFERENCE TIME

ATTEND

Sept. 3, 2011 Sept. 10, 2011 Sept. 17, 2011 Sept. 24, 2011 Oct. 1, 2011 Oct. 7, 2011 Oct. 15, 2011 Oct. 22, 2011 Nov. 5, 2011 Nov. 12, 2011 Nov. 19, 2011 Nov. 26, 2011 Dec. 3, 2011

vs. Cal (at San Francisco) at No. 10 Nebraska North Dakota at Idaho* Ole Miss No. 5 Boise State Utah State* at Nevada* Louisiana Tech* at New Mexico State* at Hawai’i* San Jose State* San Diego State

L L W W L L W L L L W L L

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

31,563 85,101 27,542 15,110 32,063 33,871 28,854 15,113 27,965 14,227 28,907 25,492 32,790

36-21 42-29 27-22 48-24 38-28 57-7 31-21 45-38 41-21 48-45 24-21 27-24 35-28

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

3:20 3:36 2:45 3:24 3:20 3:15 3:15 3:10 3:23 3:35 3:15 2:52 3:25

* WAC game Team Statistics

TEAM STATISTICS

FRESNO ST.

OPP

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

371 457 28.5 35.2 269 267 110 96 137 148 22 23 1810 2166 2089 2503 279 337 439 451 4.1 4.8 139.2 166.6 18 34 3544 3500 279-448-10 243-438-5 7.9 8.0 12.7 14.4 272.6 269.2 26 21 5354 5666

TEAM STATISTICS

FRESNO ST.

OPP

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 FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct

887 889 6.0 6.4 411.8 435.8 80-1643 61-1496 30-466 16-188 5-27 10-37 20.5 24.5 15.5 11.8 5.4 3.7 27-13 17-4 88-809 74-700 62.2 53.8 66-2654 67-2912 40.2 43.5 35.8 33.8 32:05 27:55 67/179 85/196 37% 43% 10/18 10/18 56% 56%

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TEAM STATISTICS

FRESNO ST.

OPP

TEAM STATISTICS

SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES

22-158 66 49 10-17 0-2 (33-38) 87%

20-123 0 60 14-21 0-0 (41-47) 87%

RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (27-38) 71% (32-47) 68% PAT-ATTEMPTS (47-47) 100% (49-56) 88% ATTENDANCE 175787 191248 Games/Avg Per Game 6/29298 6/31875 Neutral Site Games 1/31563

FRESNO ST.

OPP

Team Statistics

YDS AVG. LONG TB FC I20 BLKD

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1ST

Shapiro, Andrew 66 TEAM 0 Total.......... 66 Opponents...... 67

2621 39.7 54 5 25 21 2 33 0.0 33 0 0 1 0 2654 40.2 54 5 25 22 2 2912 43.5 64 9 11 19 1

Fresno State Opponents

KICKOFFS

NO.

YDS AVG. TB

OB RETN NET YDLN

Goessling, Kevin 53 Shapiro, Andrew 17 Total.......... 70 Opponents...... 85

3421 64.5 2 1100 64.7 1 4521 64.6 3 5482 64.5 4

3 3 6 1496 42.4 27 1 1643 44.2 25

PUNTING

NO.

PUNT RETURNS

NO.

YDS

AVG.

TD

Wylie, Devon Evans, Rashad Total.......... Opponents......

29 1 30 16

446 20 466 188

15.4 2 20.0 0 15.5 2 11.8 1

79 20 79 86

KICK RETURNS

NO.

YDS

AVG.

LONG

Burse, Isaiah Evans, Rashad Knox, Milton Barnes, Riley Su’a, Patrick Total.......... Opponents......

75 2 1 1 1 80 61

1606 21.4 0 9 4.5 0 10 10.0 0 7 7.0 0 11 11.0 0 1643 20.5 0 1496 24.5 2

TD

LONG

47 7 10 7 11 47 100

FIELD GOALS

2ND

3RD

4TH

OT

TOTAL

107 93 72 99 -- 371 126 122 121 88 -- 457

FGM-FGA

PCT. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 LG BLK

Goessling, Kevin 10-17 58.8 0-0 3-3 5-7 2-5 0-2 48 0 FG SEQUENCE

FRESNO ST.

OPPONENTS

California 35 (40) Nebraska (22),(36),(37) - North Dakota - (49) Idaho (48),(48) (23) Ole Miss 32,57,46 (24) Boise State - (32) Utah State (39) 35,31,53 Nevada (22) (22),(22),(48),42 Louisiana Tech - (26),48,(40) New Mexico State (20) (39),(25) Hawai`i (32),50 - San Jose State (39),49 41,(18),(34) San Diego State 48 51 (parenthesis indicate field goal was made)

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G/GS ATT. GAIN LOSS NET AVG. TD LONG AVG/G

Rouse, Robbie 13 329 1607 58 1549 4.7 13 65 119.2 Saunders, Jalen 13 8 92 1 91 11.4 2 31 7.0 Knox, Milton 13 20 94 10 84 4.2 0 13 6.5 Carr, Derek 13 57 216 144 72 1.3 3 20 5.5 Wylie, Devon 13 8 56 8 48 6.0 0 17 3.7 Shapiro, Andrew 13 1 15 0 15 15.0 0 15 1.2 Harris, Michael 13 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 0.3 Ellis, A.J. 4 2 3 2 1 0.5 0 3 0.2 Watson, Greg 1 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 1 1.0 Harper, Josh 11 1 0 2 -2 -2.0 0 0 -0.2 TEAM 9 11 1 54 -53 -4.8 0 1 -5.9 Total.......... 13 439 2089 279 1810 4.1 18 65 139.2 Opponents...... 13 451 2503 337 2166 4.8 34 70 166.6

SCORING

| -------- PATs -------- | TD

FGS

KICK

RUSH RCV PASS DPX SAF PTS

Saunders, Jalen 14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 84 Rouse, Robbie 14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 84 Goessling, Kevin 0 10-17 47-47 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 77 Harper, Josh 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Wylie, Devon 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Evans, Rashad 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 Carr, Derek 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-2 0 0 18 Dean, Victor 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Burse, Isaiah 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Wilson, Cristin 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Jensen, Marcel 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Green, Isaiah 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Harrison, Nat 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 PASSING G/GS EFFIC COMP-ATT-INT PCT YDS TD LONG AVG/G Toma, Jeremiah 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 49 10-17 47-47 0-0 0 0-2 0 0 371 Carr, Derek 13 144.51 279-446-9 62.6 3544 26 88 272.6 Total.......... TEAM 9 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Watson, Greg 1 -200.00 0-1-1 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 TOTAL OFFENSE G PLAYS RUSH PASS TOTAL AVG/G Total.......... 13 143.41 279-448-10 62.3 3544 26 88 272.6 13 503 72 3544 3616 278.2 Opponents...... 13 136.14 243-438-5 55.5 3500 21 75 269.2 Carr, Derek Rouse, Robbie 13 329 1549 0 1549 119.2 RECEIVING G/GS NO. YARDS AVG. TD LONG AVG/G Saunders, Jalen 13 8 91 0 91 7.0 Knox, Milton 13 20 84 0 84 6.5 Wylie, Devon 13 56 716 12.8 1 71 55.1 Wylie, Devon 13 8 48 0 48 3.7 Saunders, Jalen 13 50 1065 21.3 12 88 81.9 Shapiro, Andrew 13 1 15 0 15 1.2 Evans, Rashad 13 44 351 8.0 3 33 27.0 Harris, Michael 13 1 4 0 4 0.3 Burse, Isaiah 13 40 436 10.9 1 54 33.5 Ellis, A.J. 4 2 1 0 1 0.2 Harper, Josh 11 35 497 14.2 5 49 45.2 Watson, Greg 1 2 1 0 1 1.0 Rouse, Robbie 13 32 228 7.1 1 21 17.5 Harper, Josh 11 1 -2 0 -2 -0.2 Johnson, A.J. 13 8 154 19.2 0 55 11.8 TEAM 9 12 -53 0 -53 -5.9 Skidmore, Ryan 12 5 41 8.2 0 16 3.4 Total.......... 13 887 1810 3544 5354 411.8 Jensen, Marcel 10 2 16 8.0 1 15 1.6 Opponents...... 13 889 2166 3500 5666 435.8 Dean, Victor 8 2 15 7.5 2 9 1.9

SEASON REVIEW

Knox, Milton 13 1 13 13.0 0 13 1.0 Stallworth, J.J. 13 1 9 9.0 0 9 0.7 Raphael, Austin 11 1 3 3.0 0 3 0.3 Harris, Michael 13 1 1 1.0 0 1 0.1 Carr, Derek 13 1 -1 -1.0 0 0 -0.1 Total.......... 13 279 3544 12.7 26 88 272.6 Opponents...... 13 243 3500 14.4 21 75 269.2

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FUMBLE RETURNS

NO.

YDS

AVG.

TD

LONG

Harrison, Nat Wilson, Cristin Green, Isaiah Total.......... Opponents......

1 0 0 1 2

40 0 0 40 22

40.0 1 0.0 1 0.0 1 40.0 3 11.0 2

INTERCEPTIONS

NO. YDS AVG. TD LONG

Jones, L.J. Smith, Derron Green, Isaiah Total.......... Opponents......

3 2 1 13 1 12 5 27 10 37

40 0 0 40 19

0.7 0 2 13.0 0 13 12.0 0 12 5.4 0 13 3.7 0 22

ALL PURPOSE

G

RUSH

REC

PR

KOR IR

TOT

AVG/G

Burse, Isaiah Rouse, Robbie Wylie, Devon Saunders, Jalen Harper, Josh Evans, Rashad Johnson, A.J. Knox, Milton Carr, Derek Skidmore, Ryan Jensen, Marcel Shapiro, Andrew Dean, Victor Smith, Derron Green, Isaiah Su’a, Patrick Stallworth, J.J. Barnes, Riley Harris, Michael Raphael, Austin Jones, L.J. Ellis, A.J. Watson, Greg TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

13 0 436 0 1606 0 2042 157.1 13 1549 228 0 0 0 1777 136.7 13 48 716 446 0 0 1210 93.1 13 91 1065 0 0 0 1156 88.9 11 -2 497 0 0 0 495 45.0 13 0 351 20 9 0 380 29.2 13 0 154 0 0 0 154 11.8 13 84 13 0 10 0 107 8.2 13 72 -1 0 0 0 71 5.5 12 0 41 0 0 0 41 3.4 10 0 16 0 0 0 16 1.6 13 15 0 0 0 0 15 1.2 8 0 15 0 0 0 15 1.9 3 0 0 0 0 13 13 4.3 13 0 0 0 0 12 12 0.9 13 0 0 0 11 0 11 0.8 13 0 9 0 0 0 9 0.7 10 0 0 0 7 0 7 0.7 13 4 1 0 0 0 5 0.4 11 0 3 0 0 0 3 0.3 13 0 0 0 0 2 2 0.2 4 1 0 0 0 0 1 0.2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1.0 9 -53 0 0 0 0 -53 -5.9 13 1810 3544 466 1643 27 7490 576.2 13 2166 3500 188 1496 37 7387 568.2

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| ------- Tackles ------- |

DEFENSIVE LEADERS

GP

SOLO

AST

TOTAL

TFL/YDS

| -Sacks- |

| --- Pass Def --- |

NO.-YARDS

INT-YDS

BRUP

QBH

| - Fumbles - |

Blkd

RCV-YDS FF

KICK SAF

9 Brown, Travis 13 57 28 85 8.5-32 3.0-18 . 3 1 . . . . 77 Harrell, Logan 13 40 31 71 17.0-100 6.0-63 . 4 11 . 3 . . 15 Dennis, Terrance 11 42 29 71 1.0-4 . . . . . 1 . . 4 Jones, L.J. 13 44 12 56 2.5-7 . 3-2 13 . 1-0 1 . . 53 Knox, Kyle 11 33 22 55 6.0-20 1.0-7 . 2 . . . . . 20 Wilson, Cristin 13 30 17 47 0.5-2 . . 4 . 1-0 . . . 10 Green, Isaiah 13 32 14 46 3.5-14 . 1-12 3 . . 1 . . 32 Toma, Jeremiah 13 28 15 43 5.5-11 . . 3 . 1-0 1 . . 30 Su’a, Patrick 13 24 13 37 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . 33 Hill, Zak 8 22 9 31 1.0-2 . . 1 . . . . . 88 Okpalaugo, Tristan 12 18 13 31 8.5-22 4.0-14 . 2 3 . 1 1 . 65 McEntee, Chase 13 18 10 28 3.0-16 2.0-13 . . 1 . . . . 2 Dunn, Davon 13 18 7 25 . . . 1 . . . . . 95 Akers, Matt 13 8 13 21 4.0-18 2.5-16 . 1 2 . 1 1 . 13 Smith, Derron 3 14 2 16 1.0-2 . 1-13 2 . . 1 . . 29 Dock, J.B. 10 12 4 16 1.0-1 . . . . . 1 . . 92 Davison, Tyeler 13 7 9 16 1.0-9 1.0-9 . . . . . . . 5 Thomas, Jermaine 12 11 3 14 0.5-1 . . 5 . . . . . 27 Lewis, Donavon 13 7 5 12 4.0-27 2.5-18 . . 4 . . . . 51 Fifita, Ofa 12 7 3 10 . . . . . . . . . 90 Harrison, Nat 13 4 5 9 . . . . . 1-40 . . . 41 Raphael, Austin 11 5 2 7 . . . . . . . . . 2 Knox, Milton 13 5 1 6 . . . . . . . 1 . 26 Harris, Michael 13 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . . 43 Mickelsen, Karl 13 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . . 98 Jennings, Andy 5 3 1 4 . . . . 1 . . . . 34 Shapiro, Andrew 13 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . . 1 Fryer, Beau 7 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . . 3 Dilihunt, Edward 5 . 3 3 . . . . . . . . . 2 Riggins, Anthony 10 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 94 Pritchett, Donahvaug 7 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 22 Micenheimer, Malique 11 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 58 Shepard, Bobby 13 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 18 Alston, Sean 9 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . . 42 Plevney, Stephan 11 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . 31 Stallworth, J.J. 13 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . TM TEAM 9 2 . 2 2.0-12 . . . . . 2 . . 6 Saunders, Jalen 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 62 Cooper, Leslie 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1 Burse, Isaiah 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 25 Cash, Daryl 2 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 78 Helepiko, Richard 8 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 89 Jensen, Marcel 10 . . . . . . . . . . 3 . 73 Wichmann, Cody 13 . . . . . . . . . . 4 . Total.......... 13 516 288 804 71-302 22-158 5-27 44 23 4-40 13 10 . Opponents...... 13 546 349 895 61.0-232 20-123 10-37 44 22 13-22 11 2 . Defense Game-by-Game

TACKLES

UA-A

TOT

CAL

NEB

UND

IDAHO OLE MISS BOISE ST. USU

NEV.

LATECH

NMSU

UH

SJSU

SDSU

2013

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Brown, Travis 57-28 85 3-5 1-2 6-2 6-5 4-6 3-1 6-0 3-1 6-1 7-3 6-0 2-1 4-1 Dennis, Terrance 42-29 71 4-2 4-4 DNP 2-8 0-2 6-1 7-2 6-6 5-0 3-2 2-0 3-2 DNP Harrell, Logan 40-31 71 4-1 4-2 4-7 3-1 4-3 4-4 4-0 1-3 3-5 3-4 2-0 1-1 3-0 Jones, L.J. 44-12 56 7-0 1-1 2-1 3-2 2-2 4-2 3-0 4-0 4-0 2-0 1-0 6-3 5-1 Knox, Kyle 33-22 55 2-1 2-6 2-1 2-1 6-5 1-1 2-1 5-3 2-1 DNP DNP 4-2 5-0 Wilson, Cristin 30-17 47 1-1 0-1 1-4 2-2 1-2 1-1 1-0 0-1 - 3-4 7-0 3-0 10-1 Green, Isaiah 32-14 46 3-3 2-2 0-1 1-2 2-1 5-1 2-0 6-2 3-0 1-1 2-0 3-1 2-0 Toma, Jeremiah 28-15 43 3-1 3-2 7-0 2-1 1-1 2-1 2-2 2-4 1-0 0-1 2-0 1-2 2-0 Su’a, Patrick 24-13 37 - 0-1 - 2-0 4-0 5-2 1-3 4-2 1-0 0-3 3-0 3-2 1-0 Okpalaugo, Tristan 18-13 31 2-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 0-1 3-0 5-3 3-3 2-1 0-3 - 1-0 DNP Hill, Zak 22-9 31 0-2 - DNP DNP 1-1 2-0 7-0 8-6 3-0 1-0 DNP DNP DNP McEntee, Chase 18-10 28 0-1 1-1 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 3-1 1-3 0-1 2-2 1-0 3-0 3-0 Dunn, Davon 18-7 25 0-1 - 1-1 2-0 0-2 - - 1-0 2-0 0-3 2-0 4-0 6-0 Akers, Matt 8-13 21 0-1 1-2 0-2 - 2-1 1-1 - 0-1 0-1 4-1 - 0-3 - Smith, Derron 14-2 16 7-1 5-1 2-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Davison, Tyeler 7-9 16 - 0-1 - - 1-1 2-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 3-0 - 0-1 Dock, J.B. 12-4 16 DNP DNP 2-1 DNP - - - 0-1 - 0-2 2-0 2-0 6-0 Thomas, Jermaine 11-3 14 1-0 DNP 1-0 1-1 - - 1-0 0-2 - 2-0 2-0 1-0 2-0 Lewis, Donavon 7-5 12 1-0 - 1-1 1-1 0-2 - 1-0 - 0-1 - 1-0 - 2-0 Fifita, Ofa 7-3 10 - DNP 1-0 - 1-0 4-0 - 0-1 1-1 - - 0-1 - Harrison, Nat 4-5 9 - 0-1 - - - 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 0-2 0-1 - - Raphael, Austin 5-2 7 1-0 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 - DNP DNP 1-0 - - - - Knox, Milton 5-1 6 - - - - 1-0 - 1-0 1-1 2-0 - - - - Harris, Michael 3-2 5 - - 1-0 - - - 0-1 - - 1-1 - - 1-0 Mickelsen, Karl 2-3 5 - - 0-1 0-1 - 1-0 - - - 0-1 - - 1-0 Shapiro, Andrew 2-2 4 1-1 0-1 - - - 1-0 - - - - - - - Jennings, Andy 3-1 4 DNP DNP DNP 1-0 DNP 1-0 - DNP DNP 1-0 0-1 DNP DNP Fryer, Beau 2-2 4 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 2-1 0-1 - - - - - Micenheimer, Malique 3-0 3 - - DNP - 1-0 1-0 - - - - - DNP 1-0 Alston, Sean 1-2 3 DNP 0-1 0-1 - DNP - DNP DNP - 1-0 - - - Pritchett, Donahvaughn 2-1 3 - DNP 1-0 - - - 1-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP - Shepard, Bobby 2-1 3 - - - - - - - 1-0 - 0-1 - - 1-0 Riggins, Anthony 2-1 3 - - DNP 1-0 - DNP - DNP 1-0 0-1 - - - Plevney, Stephan 0-2 2 DNP - - - DNP 0-1 - - - 0-1 - - - Stallworth, JJ 2-0 2 - - - - - - - - - 1-0 - - 1-0 TEAM 2-0 2 - - - - 1-0 - - - 1-0 - - - -

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RUSHING

No-Yds/TD

Cal

Neb

UND

Idaho

Ole Miss

Boise St.

USU

Nev.

LaTech

NMSU

UH

SJSU

SDSU

Rouse, Robbie 329-1549/13 17-86/1 36-169/0 27-110/2 25-112/0 28-123/1 10-72/0 24-140/1 25-172/2 24-96/0 23-86/2 37-176/1 33-151/2 20-56/1 Saunders, Jalen 8-91/2 - - 1-3/0 - 2-57/1 2-6/0 - - 1-10/0 1-15/1 1-0/0 - - Knox, Milton 20-84/0 - - - 7-27/0 - 9-42/0 - - - 2-9/0 2-6/0 - - Carr, Derek 57-72/3 6--33/0 3-16/1 3--26/0 - 5--12/1 2-10/0 6-39/1 6-25/0 6-9/0 2--3/0 6-37/0 4-18/0 8--8/0 Wylie, Devon 8-48/0 1-17/0 1-5/0 2-4/0 - - 1-9/0 1--1/0 1-7/0 - - - 1-7/0 - Shapiro, Andrew 1-15/0 - - - 1-15/0 - - - - - - - - - Harris, Michael 1-4/0 - - - - - 1-4/0 - - - - - - - Watson, Greg 1-1/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-1/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Ellis, A.J. 2-1/0 1--2/0 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-3/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Harper, Josh 1--2/0 - - - - - - - - DNP DNP 1--2/0 - -

RECEIVING

No-Yds/TD

Cal

Neb

UND

Idaho

Ole Miss

Boise St.

USU

Nev.

LaTech

NMSU

UH

SJSU

SDSU

Saunders, Jalen 50-1065/12 2-22/0 1-17/0 3-154/2 5-142/2 6-127/0 1-1/0 4-61/1 4-76/1 8-69/1 7-174/2 3-67/1 3-50/1 3-105/1 Wylie, Devon 56-716/1 5-75/0 4-50/0 - 3-30/0 4-59/0 2-12/0 1--4/0 5-108/0 13-149/1 3-31/0 5-59/0 4-50/0 7-97/0 Harper, Josh 35-497/5 3-22/1 2-33/1 2-25/0 3-74/1 3-30/0 8-75/0 5-61/0 2-41/0 DNP DNP 3-84/1 1-17/0 3-35/1 Burse, Isaiah 40-436/1 4--7/0 2-5/0 1-8/0 3-33/0 6-47/0 3-9/0 4-45/1 1-10/0 4-15/0 3-65/0 - 7-135/0 2-71/0 Evans, Rashad 44-351/3 5-15/0 6-63/0 3-25/0 7-81/1 2-9/1 3-29/0 3-33/0 3-21/1 4-18/0 3-23/0 2-10/0 2-15/0 1-9/0 Rouse, Robbie 32-228/1 1-8/0 3-28/0 1-7/0 - 2-0/0 - 4-40/0 2-18/0 7-18/0 4-50/1 6-51/0 - 2-8/0 Johnson, A.J. 8-154/0 - 1-55/0 - - 1-10/0 - 1-7/0 2-32/0 - 1-35/0 - 1-4/0 1-11/0 Skidmore, Ryan 5-41/0 - - 1-16/0 1-9/0 - - 1-5/0 - 1-6/0 - - 1-5/0 DNP Jensen, Marcel 2-16/1 1-15/0 - DNP 1-1/1 - - - - - - - DNP DNP Dean, Victor 2-15/2 DNP DNP DNP - DNP - - 1-9/1 1-6/1 DNP - - - Knox, Milton 1-13/0 - - - - - - - - - 1-13/0 - - - Stallworth, J.J. 1-9/0 - - - - - - - - 1-9/0 - - - - Raphael, Austin 1-3/0 - 1-3/0 - - - - DNP DNP - - - - - Harris, Michael 1-1/0 - - - 1-1/0 - - - - - - - - -

SEASON REVIEW

PASSING #4 Derek Carr Att.

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Comp

Int

Pct

Yards

TD

Long

Sack

Yds

Effic

California 33 21 1 63.6 150 1 56 6 30 105.8 Nebraska 41 20 0 48.8 254 1 55 0 0 108.9 North Dakota 17 11 0 64.7 235 2 86 3 26 219.6 Idaho 37 24 2 64.9 371 5 51 0 0 182.9 Ole Miss 37 25 1 67.6 281 1 46 2 18 134.9 Boise State 30 17 1 56.7 126 0 41 0 0 85.3 Utah State 39 23 0 59.0 248 2 23 0 0 129.3 Nevada 37 20 0 54.1 315 3 71 1 2 152.3 Louisiana Tech 49 39 2 79.6 290 3 39 3 12 141.3 New Mexico State 34 22 0 64.7 391 3 64 1 4 190.4 Hawai`i 29 19 0 65.5 271 2 44 1 3 166.8 San Jose State 28 19 1 67.9 276 1 35 0 0 155.3 San Diego State 35 19 1 54.3 336 2 88 3 28 148.1 TOTALS 446 279 9 62.6 3544 26 88 20 123 144.5 PUNT RET. No-Yds/TD Cal Neb UND Idaho Ole Miss Boise St. USU Nev. LaTech NMSU UH

SJSU

SDSU

Wylie, Devon 29-446 3-14 5-110 3-54 5-79 2-31 3-82 3-55 2--2 -

1-10 -

-

2-13

KICK RET.

NMSU

SJSU

SDSU

No-Yds/TD

Cal

Neb

UND

Idaho

Ole Miss

Boise St.

USU

Nev.

LaTech

UH

Burse, Isaiah 75-1606 Su’a, Patrick 1-11 Knox, Milton 1-10 Evans, Rashad 2-9

6-117 6-149 5-90 4-98 5-98 8-158 4-76 8-182 7-136 8-185 4-49 4-93 6-175 - - - - - - - - 1-11 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1-10 - - - - - - 2-9 - - - - - - -

INT’S

Cal

No-Yds/TD

Neb

UND

Idaho

Ole Miss

Boise St.

USU

Nev.

LaTech

NMSU

UH

SJSU

SDSU

Jones, L.J. 3-2 1-2 1-0 - - - - - - - 1-0 - - - Green, Isaiah 1-12 - - - - - - - - - - - 1-12 -

FF

Number

Cal

Neb

UND

Idaho

Ole Miss

Boise St.

USU

Nev.

LaTech

NMSU

UH

SJSU

SDSU

Harrell, Logan 3 TEAM 2 Toma, Jeremiah 1 Dennis, Terranc 1 Okpalaugo, Tristan DNP Jones, L.J. 1 Green, Isaiah 1 Smith, Derron 1

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Cal

Jones, L.J. 1 Wilson, Cristin 1 Harrison, Nat 1 Toma, Jeremiah 1

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USU

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LaTech

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O STATE 2011 FRESNO STATE STATISTICS TKLS FOR LOSS

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SDSU

Harrell, Logan 15-4 17.0 2.0-16 - 4.5-23 2.0-9 - 1.5-4 1.0-12 0.5-2 1.5-2 1.0-16 2.0-14 - 1.0-2 Brown, Travis 8-1 8.5 - - - - 0.5-1 - 3.0-6 1.0-4 1.0-8 - 2.0-7 - 1.0-6 Okpalaugo, Tris 8-1 8.5 1.0-2 - 1.0-2 1.0-6 - 1.0-1 2.5-5 2.0-6 - - - - DNP Knox, Kyle 5-2 6.0 1.0-1 - - 1.5-8 2.5-10 - - - - DNP DNP - 1.0-1 Toma, Jeremiah 5-1 5.5 - 1.0-1 2.0-2 - - - 1.5-4 1.0-4 - - - - - Akers, Matt 3-2 4.0 - 1.0-4 - - - - - 0.5-1 - 2.5-13 - - - Lewis, Donavon 3-2 4.0 1.0-3 - 0.5-6 1.0-9 - - - - 0.5-0 - - - 1.0-9 Green, Isaiah 3-1 3.5 1.0-6 1.0-2 - - 1.5-6 - - - - - - - - McEntee, Chase 3-0 3.0 - 1.0-3 - - - - - - - 1.0-6 1.0-7 - - Jones, L.J. 2-1 2.5 1.0-5 - - - 0.5-1 - - 1.0-1 - - - - - TEAM 2-0 2.0 - - - - 1.0-11 - - - 1.0-1 - - - - Smith, Derron 1-0 1.0 1.0-2 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Davison, Tyeler 1-0 1.0 - - - - - - - - - - 1.0-9 - - Hill, Zak 1-0 1.0 - - DNP DNP - - 1.0-2 - - - DNP DNP DNP Dock, J.B. 1-0 1.0 DNP DNP - DNP - - - - - - - - 1.0-1 Dennis, Terranc 1-0 1.0 - - DNP - - - - 1.0-4 - - - - DNP Su’a, Patrick 0-1 0.5 - - - - - 0.5-2 - - - - - - - Wilson, Cristin 0-1 0.5 - - - - - - - - - 0.5-2 - - - Thomas, Jermain 0-1 0.5 - DNP - 0.5-1 - - - - - - - - - SACKS UA-A Tot Cal Neb UND Idaho Ole Miss Boise St. USU Nev. LaTech NMSU UH SJSU SDSU Harrell, Logan 5-2 6.0 1.0-14 - 1.5-17 1.0-6 - Okpalaugo, Tris 4-0 4.0 - - - 1.0-6 - Brown, Travis 3-0 3.0 - - - - - Lewis, Donavon 2-1 2.5 1.0-3 - 0.5-6 - - Akers, Matt 2-1 2.5 - 1.0-4 - - - McEntee, Chase 2-0 2.0 - - - - - Davison, Tyeler 1-0 1.0 - - - - -

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1.0-12 0.5-2 - - 1.0-12 - 2.0-3 1.0-5 - - - - - - 1.0-8 - 1.0-4 - - - - - - - - 0.5-1 - 1.0-11 - - - - - 1.0-6 1.0-7 - - - - - 1.0-9 -

- DNP 1.0-6 1.0-9 - - -

LONG PLAYS (20 OR MORE YARDS)

GAME-OPENING DRIVES

FS Long Plays Opponent Long Plays Rush Pass Ret. Total Rush Pass Ret. Total Cal 1 1 1 3 2 8 3 13 Nebraska 1 4 6 11 3 4 4 11 North Dakota 0 3 2 5 3 1 3 7 Idaho 1 6 6 13 0 2 6 8 Ole Miss 2 3 2 7 3 4 3 10 Boise State 1 1 3 5 3 3 2 8 Utah State 1 3 3 7 3 5 3 11 Nevada 2 3 5 10 3 4 6 13 La Tech 0 3 4 7 1 7 1 9 NM State 1 8 5 14 1 5 4 10 Hawai’i 1 5 1 7 2 3 4 9 SJSU 1 6 3 10 0 7 1 8 SDSU 0 5 5 10 4 4 2 10 Totals 12 51 46 107 28 57 42 125

[---Fresno State---] [------ Opponent ------] Opponent Pts. 1st Dwns Yds. Pts. 1st Dwns Yds Cal 7 1 16 0 0 -5 Nebraska 0 3 46 0 0 9 North Dakota 7 1 86 0 0 -2 Idaho 7 3 80 0 2 33 Ole Miss 0 1 41 0 0 3 Boise State 0 0 8 7 2 76 Utah State 0 5 68 7 3 87 Nevada 0 1 18 3 3 78 La Tech 0 0 5 0 0 7 NM State 0 1 12 7 3 59 Hawai’i 7 2 69 0 1 22 San Jose State 0 0 7 0 0 5

DRIVE SUPERLATIVES

[---Fresno State---] [------ Opponent ------] Opponent Pts. 1st Dwns Yds. Pts. 1st Dwns Yds Cal 0 0 9 7 3 91 Nebraska 3 3 61 7 2 61 North Dakota 0 0 2 7 2 60 Idaho 3 2 39 0 0 3 Ole Miss 7 1 63 7 2 75 Boise State 0 0 9 0 0 7 Utah State 0 0 8 0 2 43 Nevada 7 1 80 0 1 33 La Tech 0 0 6 7 3 80 NM State 7 4 76 0 0 4 Hawai’i 0 2 29 7 4 78 San Jose State 0 1 16 3 3 66

Most Yards (Result) Most Plays (Result) Most Time (Result)

Fresno State 99 (TD) - at SDSU 16 (TD) - La Tech 6:55 (FG) - at Nevada

Opponent 94 (TD) - Utah St. 15 (TD) - Ole Miss 6:37 (TD) - Ole Miss

FRESNO STATE POINTS OFF TURNOVERS TOs Gained 2 (1 FR, 1 INT) 2 (2 INT) 0 1 (FR) 0 0 1 (FR) 0 0 1 (INT) 0 2 (1 FR, 1 INT) 0 9 (4 FR, 5 INT) 23 (13 FR, 10 INT)

2013

TDs FG-FGA 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 11 0

Pts 14 0 0 7 0 0 7 0 0 7 0 7 0 35 77

FS (Fumbles Lost/INT) 2 (1 FL, 1 INT) 1 (1 FL) 0 2 (2 INT) 2 (1 FL, 1 INT) 4 (2 FL, 2 INT) 2 (2 FL) 2 (2 FL) 3 (2 INT, 1 FL) 1 (FL) 0 3 (2 FL, 1 INT) 1 (INT) 23 (13 FL, 10 INT) 9 (4 FR, 5 INT)

PENALTY NUMBERS FS Pen.-Yds. Opp. Pen.-Yds Cal 9-75 11-86 Nebraska 5-50 3-25 North Dakota 5-50 4-22 Idaho 7-75 7-85 Ole Miss 4-40 10-107 Boise State 9-85 2-15 Utah State 7-62 11-118 Nevada 3-35 8-89 La Tech 4-30 4-36 NM State 8-60 4-37 Hawai’i 9-78 4-30 SJSU 8-94 3-20 SDSU 10-75 3-26 Totals (Avg/Penalty) 88-809 74-700

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Game Cal Nebraska North Dakota Idaho Ole Miss Boise State Utah State Nevada La Tech NM State Hawai’i SJSU SDSU Totals Opponents

SECOND HALF-OPENING DRIVES

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FRESNO 2011 FRESNO STATE STATISTICS OPPONENT OPPONENT LONG LONG PLAYS PLAYS

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88

Yards Opponent 88 SDSU 86 UND 79 BSU 71 Nev 67 Neb 65 Nev 64 NMSU 59 SDSU 59 NMSU 56 Cal 55 Neb 54 SDSU 52 UND 51 UI 49 UI 48 UND 47 Nev 47 UI 46 BSU 46 UM 44 UH 43 UH 42 SDSU 42 Nev 42 UI 41 BSU 40 USU 40 BSU 40 UI 39 SDSU 39 LT 38 UM 36 NMSU 35 SJSU 35 NMSU 35 Nev 34 Nev 34 UI 33 UI 31 UM 31 UM 30 NMSU 28 SJSU 28 UH 28 UM 27 SDSU 27 SJSU 26 UM 26 UND 26 Neb 25 SJSU 25 UH 25 Nev 24 SJSU 24 SJSU 24 LT 23 SDSU 23 NMSU 23 USU 23 USU 22 NMSU 22 LT 22 Cal 21 UH 21 NMSU 21 UI 21 UI 21 Neb 21 Neb 20 SJSU 20 UH 20 NMSU 20 NMSU 20 USU 20 USU 20 Neb

Play Carr 88-yd pass to Saunders Carr 86-yd pass to Saunders Wylie 79-yd punt return Carr 71-yd pass to Wylie Wylie 67-yd punt return Rouse 65-yd run Carr 64-yd pass to Saunders Green 59-yd blocked FG return Carr 59-yd pass to Saunders Carr 56-yd pass to Wylie Carr 55-yd pass to Johnson Carr 54-yd pass to Burse Carr 52-yd pass to Saunders Carr 51-yd pass to Saunders Carr 49-yd pass to Harper Wylie 48-yd punt return Carr 47-yd pass to Saunders Carr 47-yd pass to Saunders Burse 46-yd kickoff return Carr 46-yd pass to Saunders Carr 44-yd pass to Saunders Carr 43-yd pass to Harper Burse 42-yd kickoff return Burse 42-yd kickoff return Wylie 42-yd punt return Carr 41-yd pass to Harper Wylie 40-yd punt return Rouse 40-yd run Harrison 40-yd fumble recovery Carr 39-yd pass to Wylie Carr 39-yd pass to Wylie Carr 38-yd pass to Saunders Burse 36-yd kickoff return Carr 25-yd pass to Burse Carr 35-yd pass to Johnson Burse 35-yd kickoff return Carr 34-yd pass to Harper Rouse 34-yd run Carr 33-yd pass to Evans Saunders 31-yd run Wylie 31-yd punt return Carr 30-yd pass to Saunders Carr 28-yd pass to Burse Rouse 28-yd run Carr 28-yd pass to Wylie Carr 27-yd pass to Wylie Carr 27-yd pass to Burse Saunders 26-yd run Carr 26-yd pass to Harper Carr 26-yd pass to Johnson Rouse 25-yd run Carr 25-yd pass to Harper Rouse 25-yd run Carr 24-yd pass to Saunders Carr 24-yd pass to Burse Carr 24-yd pass to Wylie Carr 23-yd pass to Harper Carr 23-yd pass to Burse Carr 23-yd pass to Saunders Carr 23-yd pass to Burse Carr 22-yd pass to Burse Carr 22-yd pass to Wylie Rouse 22-yd run Carr 21-yd pass to Saunder Rouse 21-yd run Carr 21-yd pass to Burse Carr 21-yd pass to Saunders Rouse 21-yd run Carr 21-yd pass to Rouse Carr 20-yd pass to Wylie Carr 20-yd pass to Wylie Carr 20-yd pass to Burse Carr 20-yd pass to Rouse Carr 20-yd pass to Harper Carr 20-yd run Carr 20-yd pass to Evans

Result TD TD TD 1st-Goal TD TD TD TD TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 TD TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-Goal 1st-10 1st-Goal TD TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-Goal 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-Goal 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-10 TD 1st-10 1st-10 TD TD 1st-10 TD TD 1st-10 TD TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-Goal

Only KO returns of 35 yards or more and PR of 30 yards or more are included

Yards Opponent 100 Neb 99 NMSU 86 Nev 75 LT 70 UND 69 UH 69 UM 68 SDSU 60 UI 59 USU 58 Nev 57 UM 57 Neb 55 SDSU 55 LT 55 Nev 55 BSU 53 LT 53 Neb 52 USU 48 BSU 48 Cal 47 USU 46 USU 46 Neb 45 SDSU 45 LT 43 Neb 42 Neb 42 Cal 41 Nev 40 UM 39 Cal 38 SJSU 38 UM 38 UI 38 UI 38 Neb 38 Neb 37 SJSU 37 NMSU 36 USU 35 Nev 34 USU 31 SJSU 31 Cal 29 NMSU 29 NMSU 29 BSU 28 BSU 28 NMSU 28 UM 28 UND 26 NMSU 26 LT 26 LT 26 LT 25 Nev 25 BSU 25 UND 24 UH 24 Nev 24 USU 24 UM 24 Cal 23 SJSU 23 Nev 23 BSU 23 Cal 23 Cal 22 SDSU 22 SJSU 22 NMSU 22 LT 22 UM 21 SDSU 21 SDSU 21 SDSU 21 SJSU 21 SJSU 21 UH 21 UH 21 NMSU 21 UM 21 Cal 21 Cal 20 SDSU 20 UH 20 USU 20 UI 20 Neb

Play Abdullah 100-yd kickoff return Rogers 99-yd kickoff return Matthews 86-yd punt return Cameron 75-yd pass to White Miller 70-yd run Graves 69-yd pass to Stutzmann Scott 69-yd run Hillman 68-yd run Harvey 60-yd kickoff return Turbin 59-yd run Fajardo 58-yd pass to Matthews Mackey 57-yd pass to Moncrief Martinez 57-yd run Lindley 55-yd pass to Escobar Cameron 55-yd pass to White Fajardo 55-yd pass to Anderson Martin 55-yd run Creer 53-yd run Martinez 53-yd pass to Reed Williams 52-yd kickoff return Moore 48-yd pass to Miller Maynard 48-yd run Keeton 47-yd pass to Smith Smith 46-yd run Martinez 46-yd run Lindley 45-yd pass to Lockett Cameron 45-yd pass to Patton Martinez 43-yd pass to Turner Martinez 42-yd pass to Bell Maynard 42-yd pass to Jones Ball 41-yd run Mackey 40-yd pass to Brassell Sofele 39-yd run Faulkner 38-yd pass to Carr Singleton 38-yd kickoff return Reader 38-yd pass to Johnson Veltung 38-yd kickoff return Sbdullah 38-yd kickoff return Martinez 38-yd run Faulkner 37-yd pass to Grigsby Christian 37-yd pass to Rogers Keeton 36-yd pass to Van Leeuwen Ball 35-yd run Turbin 34-yd run Faulkner 31-yd pass to Avila Maynard 31-yd pass to Allen Christian 29-yd pass to Rogers Christian 29-yd pass to Turner Morre 29-yd pass to Burroughs Moore 28-yd pass to Linehan Christian 28-yd pass to Franklin Mackey 28-yd run Miller 28-yd run Christian 26-yd pass to Rogers Cameron 26-yd pass to Casey Cameron 26-yd pass to Casey White 26-yd pass to Gru Fajardo 25-yd pass to Matthews Burroughs 25-yd run Bradley 25-yd pass to Hardin Graves 24-yd pass to Pollard Fajardo 24-yd pass to Matthews Keeton 24-yd pass to Van Leeuwen Mackey 24-yd pass to Scott Maynard 24-yd pass to Miller Faulkner 23-yd pass to Nunn Fajardo 23-yd run Hedrick 23-yd run Maynard 23-yd pass to Allen Maynard 23-yd pass to Jones Lindley 22-yd pass to Escobar Faulkner 22-yd pass to Jones Rogers 22-yd run Cameron 22-yd pass to Patton Mackey 22-yd pass to Harris Lockett 21-yd run Lindley 21-yd pass to Escobar Lockett 21-yd run Faulkner 21-yd pass to Rutley Faulkner 21-yd pass to Grigsby Graves 21-yd pass to Stutzmann Graves 21-yd run Christian 21-yd pass to Bateman Bolden 21-yd run Maynard 21-yd pass to Jones Maynard 21-yd pass to Jones Hillman 20-yd run Graves 20-yd run Keeton 20-yd pass to Tialavea Reader 20-yd pass to Bailey Martinez 20-yd pass to Cotton

Result TD TD TD TD TD TD TD 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-10 1st-Goal 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-Goal TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-Goal 1st-10 TD TD TD 1st-Goal TD 1st-10 1st-Goal TD 1st-10 1st-10 TD TD 1st-10 1st-Goal 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 Fumble Lost 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-Goal 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-Goal 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-Goal TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 TD TD 1st-10 TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 TD TD 1st-Goal 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-10 1st-10 TD 1st-10 1st-10 1st-10 1st-Goal

Only KO returns of 35 yards or more and PR of 30 yards or more are included

2012


O STATE Game #1

Game #2

Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011 • Candlestick Park • San Francisco, Calif. • Attendance: 31,563

Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011 • Memorial Stadium • Lincoln, Neb. • Attendance: 85,101

California 36, Fresno State 21 SCORE BY QUARTERS Fresno State California SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

13:16 08:24 05:45 01:31 04:16 09:17 04:21 08:16 03:29

FS CAL CAL CAL FS CAL CAL CAL FS

1 2 3 4 FINAL 7 7 0 7 -- 21 Record: (0-1) 19 0 14 3 -- 36 Record: (1-0)

Rouse 9-yard run (Goessling kick) Sofele 1-yard run (Tavecchio kick blocked) Sofele 39-yard run (Tavecchio kick blocked) Jones 42-yard pass from Maynard (Tavecchio kick) Wilson 0-yard fumble recovery (Goessling kick) Jones 23-yard pass from Maynard (Tavecchio kick) Guyton 19-yard fumble recovery (Tavecchio kick) Tavecchio 40-yard field goal Harper 7-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 3rd Downs 4th Downs Sacks By

TOP

3-16 12-67 4-65 5-92 0-0 6-91 0-0 7-20 10-64

Score 1:25 4:47 1:22 2:47 0:00 3:20 0:00 2:11 4:34

SCORE BY QUARTERS Fresno State No. 10 Nebraska 7-0 7-6 7-12 7-19 14-19 14-26 14-33 14-26 21-26

Fresno St. Cal INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 11 18 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 25-68 35-151 FS - Robie Rouse (17-86-1) 21-33-150 16-35-266 Cal - Isi Sofele (24-88-2) 58-218 70-417 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 1-1 2-1 FS - Derek Carr (21-33-1-150-2) 9-75 11-90 Cal - Zach Maynard (16-35-1-266-2) 8-296 6-213 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 37.0 35.5 FS - Devon Wylie (5-75-0) 36.1 33.2 Cal - Keenan Allen (8-112-0) 3-14-0 3-7-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 7-124-0 3-61-0 FS - Derron Smith (7-1-8-1.0-0) 1-2-0 1-0-0 Cal - M. Kendricks (4-5-9-2.5-0.5) 1-0-1 1-19-1 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 29:22 30:38 FS - L.J. Jones (1-2-0) 2-of-14 7-of-16 Cal - Steve Williams (1-0-0) 1-of-2 1-of-2 2-17 4-25

1 2 3 4 FINAL 14 3 3 9 -- 29 Record: (0-2) 7 7 7 21 -- 42 Record: (2-0)

SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

07:45 05:54 00:28 04:52 00:25 10:17 08:20 12:59 12:06 11:50 05:24 02:02

FS Neb FS Neb FS FS Neb Neb FS Neb FS Neb

Wylie 67-yard punt return (Goessling kick) Martinez 1-yard run (Maher kick) Carr 3-yard run (Goessling kick) Burkhead 1-yard run (Maher kick) Goessling 22-yard field goal Goessling 36-yard field goal Enuwa 16-yard pass from Martinez (Maher kick) Burkhead 6-yard run (Maher kick) Harper 26-yard pass from Carr (Carr pass failed) Abdullah 100-yard kickoff return (Maher kick) Goessling 37-yard field goal Martinez 46-yard run (Maher kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 0) 3rd Downs

TOP

0-0 5-80 10-67 6-85 11-67 10-61 5-61 3-67 4-76 0-0 14-52 7-80

Score 0:00 1:51 5:17 4:52 4:18 4:43 1:50 1:00 0:46 0:00 6:19 3:22

7-0 7-7 14-7 14-14 17-14 20-14 20-21 20-28 26-28 26-35 29-35 29-42

Fresno St. NU INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 24 16 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 40-190 35-219 FS - Robie Rouse (36-169-0) 20-41-254 10-21-219 NU - Taylor Martinez (15-166-2) 81-444 56-438 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 2-1 3-0 FS - Derek Carr (20-41-0-254-1) 5-50 3-25 NU - Taylor Martinez (10-21-2-219-1) 7-253 5-254 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 36.1 50.8 FS - Rashad Evans (6-63-0) 30.9 28.8 NU - Jamal Turner (3-63-0) 5-110-1 1-17-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 6-149-0 5-211-1 FS - Kyle Knox (2-6-8-0-0) 2-13-0 0-0-0 NU - Will Compton (6-9-15-0-0) 0-0-0 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 37:12 22:48 FS - Derron Smith (1-13-0); L.J. Jones (1-09-of-20

4-of-12

NU - None

LINCOLN, Neb. - Fresno State gave No. 10 Nebraska a run for its money, but in the end a late Husker touchdown lifted Nebraska to a 42-29 win over the Bulldogs on Saturday night at Memorial Stadium. Fresno State (0-2) trailed Nebraska (2-0) 35-29 with just over two minutes to play before Husker quarterback Taylor Martinez broke a 46yard touchdown run on a third-and-3 to seal the game. Bulldog head coach Pat Hill said afterwards that it was a great football game and that his team didn’t back down an inch, going punch for punch with one of the best teams in the country. “I’m very proud of our kids for the way they played. They played their hearts out, but in the end we need to win these games,” Hill said. “We grew up tonight as a football team.” The Bulldog offense had its way for most of the night against the fearsome Nebraska defense. Fresno State did not allow a single sack the entire night and quarterback Derek Carr was only knocked down once in the game. “Our offensive line did a great job and we ran the ball well against a team that doesn’t give up many rushing yards,” Hill said. “I thought we physically matched up and played a very high level of football against a very good football team.” Junior running back Robbie Rouse ran 36 times for 169 yards, his fifth career 100-yard rushing game. Rouse averaged 4.7 yards per run on the Huskers and did not have one rush for negative yardage on the night. “The offensive line did great and I was able to get on a bit of a roll during the game,” Rouse said. In all, Fresno State finished with 444 yards of total offense to Nebraska’s 438 and the Bulldogs ran 25 more plays than the Huskers. Sophomore quarterback Derek Carr was 20-for-41 passing for 255 yards and one touchdown with no interceptions. “I’m so proud of our offensive line,” Carr said. “They battled the whole entire game for me and Rouse averaging five yards a carry makes my job a lot easier.” Fresno State hit Nebraska’s Martinez all night and caused three fumbles on the night, but were unable to recover any of the three. The `Dogs did pick him off twice, but Martinez hit a number of long passes and finished with 219 yards passing, 166 rushing and three total touchdowns (two rushing, one passing). “They made some big plays in the passing game and [Martinez] threw up some long balls that they hit on, and that was the difference in the game, a few big plays,” Hill said. Devon Wylie opened the scoring with a bang, returning a punt 67-yards for a Bulldog touchdown midway through the first quarter. Wylie broke several tackles on the play and set up his blocks beautifully on his way into the end zone. “As soon as I saw a sliver of daylight, I hit it as hard as I can,” Wylie said. “From there I just made everybody miss that I could and I got some great blocks.” Nebraska answered quickly with a touchdown of its own on a five-play, 80-yard drive that Martinez finished with a one-yard touchdown run at 5:54. Carr then ended the first quarter with an acrobatic, three-yard touchdown run on a fourth-and-2. He dove head-first over the Husker defender and in mid-air, extended the ball over the pylon for the touchdown. After Fresno State pinned the Huskers inside their 15-yard line on three-straight possessions in the second quarter, Nebraska finally got out of its end of the field with a 38-yard Martinez run and a 42-yard completion on back-to-back plays. That gave the Huskers the ball on the Fresno State 5-yard line, and Nebraska scored on a fourth-and-goal at the one on a Rex Burkhead rush up the middle. After an 11-play drive, Kevin Goessling gave the Bulldogs the 17-14 lead heading into the locker room with his 22yard field goal 25 seconds before the half. Goessling opened up a 20-14 lead for the Bulldogs early in the third quarter, connecting on a 36-yard field goal. The lead didn’t last long though, as Nebraska scored 14-unanswered points to take a 28-20 lead with just under 13 minutes to play. However, the Bulldogs were able to answer one-minute later. Carr’s 55-yard completion to A.J. Johnson set up a Bulldog touchdown, which came on a 26-yard Carr to Josh Harper pass in the corner of the end zone on a third-and-15. Fresno State went for the two-point conversion to try to tie the game, but it failed and the Huskers maintained a 28-26 lead. Ameer Abdullah then returned the ensuing kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown, making it a two-score game. After a 37-yard field goal from Goessling at 5:24, the `Dogs only trailed 35-29. However, Martinez struck again on the third-and-2 with just over two minutes to play with his 46-yard touchdown run

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SAN FRANCISCO - Cal outgained Fresno State 417-218 in a 36-21 victory over the Bulldogs on Saturday in the TicketCity Battle By the Bay here at Candlestick Park. Fresno State (0-1) converted just 2-of-14 third downs in the game and only had 146 yards of offense up until the seven-minute mark of the fourth quarter. The Bulldogs were sacked four times and only had 68 net yards rushing. “We didn’t play at the level we needed to play at tonight,” head coach Pat Hill said. “I believe this is still going to be a very good football team, but we are going to go through a few growing pains. That was a good football team we played tonight.” The loss ends Fresno State’s seven-year streak of winning its season opener. The Bears (1-0) were led by quarterback Zach Maynard, who was 16-for-35 passing for 266 yards with a pair of touchdown tosses to Marvin Jones. Maynard also ran for 53 yards while Cal running back Isi Sofele added 83 yards rushing on 23 carries with two TDs. Bulldog sophomore quarterback Derek Carr threw for 142 yards in his starting debut, completing 21-of-33 passes with one touchdown and one interception. Running back Robbie Rouse had 86 yards on 17 carries with one touchdown and redshirt freshman receiver Josh Harper caught Carr’s TD late in the game. “Nothing surprised me today. I knew they were going to come out and try and hit me,” Carr said. “We wish we could have done more. We competed, we tried our best and they are just a good defense.” Safety Cristin Wilson recovered a fumble for a touchdown in the second quarter. That was one of two turnovers the Bulldogs forced, but Fresno State turned the ball over two times itself, one that directly resulted in a Bear touchdown. “I thought Cal made some big plays,” Hill said. “The game came down to big plays and Cal made them.” Bulldog sophomore cornerback L.J. Jones got Fresno State off on the right foot, intercepting Maynard’s pass 19 seconds into the game to the give the ‘Dogs the ball on the Cal 16-yard line. Rouse punched it in three plays later on a 9-yard touchdown run. The Bears were quick to answer though, scoring on a pair of touchdown runs from Sofele. Fresno State lineman Cody Wichmann blocked the extra-point attempts following both touchdowns. The Bulldogs didn’t get a first down after each of Cal’s first two touchdowns, and the Bears’ momentum led to a third touchdown in the opening quarter. That came on a 42-yard Maynard to Jones touchdown pass at 1:31 to give the Golden Bears a 19-7 lead after the first 15 minutes. The second quarter was quiet until the last five minutes. After Bulldog punter Andrew Shapiro pinned the Bears down on their six-yard line, Sofele fumbled the ball in the end zone and Wilson jumped on it for the Bulldog touchdown. The score four minutes before the half cut Cal’s lead down to five, 19-14. On its first drive of the second half, Cal drove 91 yards on six plays and scored on a 23-yard Maynard to Jones pass. Late in the third quarter, Cal defensive back Cecil Whiteside stripped Carr of the ball when he was reaching back for a pass. Trevor Guyton picked up the fumble and returned it 22 yards for a touchdown, putting the Bears up 33-14. That pretty much put the game out of reach. Fresno State did get one final touchdown,

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No. 10 Nebraska 42, Fresno State 29

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FRESNO Game #3

Game #4, WAC Game #1

Saturday, Sept. 17, 2011 • Bulldog Stadium • Fresno, Calif. • Attendance: 27, 542

Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011 • Kibbie Dome • Moscow, Idaho • Attendance: 15,110

Fresno State 48, Idaho 24

Fresno State 27, North Dakota 22 SCORE BY QUARTERS North Dakota Fresno State SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

14:45 05:34 05:16 00:46 05:29 13:16 00:09 09:14

FS FS UND UND FS UND UND FS

SCORE BY QUARTERS Fresno State Idaho

1 2 3 4 FINAL 9 0 13 0 -- 22 Record: (1-2) 14 7 0 6 -- 27 Record: (1-2)

Saunders 86-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Saunders 52-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Jake Miller 70-yard run (Zeb Miller kick blocked) Zeb Miller 49-yard field goal Rouse 2-yard run (Goessling kick) Jake Miller 5-yard run (Zeb Miller kick) Miller 1-yard run (Bradley pass failed) Rouse 1-yd run (Carr pass failed)

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1-86 4-78 1-70 5-31 3-11 4-60 13-67 12-71

Score 0:15 1:51 0:10 2:19 0;51 1:44 5:38 5:48

SCORING SUMMARY Plays 7-0 14-0 14-6 14-9 21-9 21-16 21-22 27-22

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TEAM STATS UND Fresno St. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS First Downs 17 13 Rushing (att-yds-TD): Rushing Att-Yards 39-216 35-84 UND - Jake Miller 21-145-3) Passing Cmp-Att-Yds 12-25-107 11-17-235 FS - Robie Rouse (27-110-2) Total Plays-Yards 64-323 52-319 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 UND - Joey Bradley (12-25-0-107-0) Penalties-Yards 4-22 5-50 FS - Derek Carr (11-17-0-235-2) Punts-Yards 7-253 7-310 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): Average 36.1 44.3 UND - R.J. McGill (5-31-0) Net 28.4 43.9 FS - Jalen Saunders (3-154-2) Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) 1-3-0 3-54-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) 4-85-0 5-90-0 UND - D. Hendrickson (6-0-6-0-0) Interceptions-Yards-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 FS - Logan Harrell (4-7-11-4.5-1.5) Fumble Ret-Yards-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): Time of Possession 32:22 27:38 UND - None 3rd Downs 7-of-16 5-of-12 FS - None 4th Downs 0-of-0 0-of-0 Sacks By

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FRESNO, Calif. - Robbie Rouse’s one-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter lifted the Fresno State football team past a scrappy North Dakota squad on Saturday night at Bulldog Stadium, as the `Dog won 27-22. Fresno State (1-2) led 21-9 at the half behind a pair of long touchdown passes from quarterback Derek Carr to Jalen Saunders, but North Dakota (12) climbed back in the third quarter. The Fighting Sioux took a 22-21 lead with nine seconds left in the third on Jake Miller’s third touchdown run of the game. With a heavy dosage of Rouse, Carr and the Bulldog offense drove back down the field to take the lead for good on Rouse’s game-winning touchdown at 9:14. Head Coach Pat Hill said he was not surprised with the fight that North Dakota put up. “I knew that was going to be a tough game and I told the team that,” Hill said. “North Dakota played outstanding, but I give our team a lot of credit too. That was a great way for us to come back and win a game.” North Dakota outgained the Bulldogs, 323-319, but it was Rouse’s fourth quarter that was the difference. The junior tailback had 72 of his 110 yards in the final 15 minutes and he finished with two touchdowns in the game where he had 27 carries. On the game-winning drive, eight of the 12 plays were rushes by Rouse and he had runs of nine (twice), 10 and 15 yards on the drive. After the Bulldogs forced UND to punt on its ensuing drive after the `Dogs went ahead, Rouse sealed the game by picking up two first downs, the second with a 18-yard run on a third-and-12. Carr completed 11-of-17 passes in the game for 235 yards - an average of 21.4 yards per completion. His two first-quarter touchdown passes to Saunders went for 86 and 52 yards. “To throw two big touchdowns in my first couple plays of the game, and to get a win in my first start in my favorite stadium, is pretty nice,” Carr said. Six different Bulldogs had a catch in the game and Saunders finished with three catches for 154 yards and the two TDs. UND’s Miller had 145 yards rushing on 21 carries and the three touchdowns. Fighting Sioux quarterback Joey Bradley completed 12-of-25 passes for 107 yards. Fresno State senior defensive tackle Logan Harrell had a huge game for the Bulldogs. He finished with a career-high 11 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 4.5 tackles for a loss. Carr went deep on the first play of the game, hooking up with Saunders for an 86-yard touchdown pass. Saunders got behind the defense and Carr put the ball on the money for the home run. Saunders and Carr hooked up against seven minutes later, this time for a 52-yard touchdown. UND answered with nine-straight points, getting a 70-yard touchdown run from Miller and a 49-yard field goal from Zeb Miller. Tristan Okpaulago blocked Zeb Miller’s PAT attempt after the touchdown run. Midway through the second quarter, Devon Wylie’s 48-yard punt return set the Bulldogs up with the ball on the Fighting Sioux 11-yard line. Rouse then put Fresno State up 21-9 with a two-yard touchdown run. That score carried over to halftime, but the Fighting Sioux drove down 65 yards on their first drive of the second half to cut Fresno State’s lead down to 21-16. Jake Miller got his second rushing touchdown of the game with a five-yard run two minutes into the half. With nine seconds left in the third quarter, Miller’s third touchdown run gave North Dakota its first lead of the game. He scored from one yard out to cap off a 13-play, 67-yard drive that took over five and a half minutes off the clock. UND’s two-point conversion attempt failed, and thus the Fighting Sioux led 22-21. The Bulldog offense woke up after a quiet third quarter and countered to regain the lead. With a heavy

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

09:54 04:21 02:57 10:34 07:48 06:03 01:59 11:39 06:36 00:04 14:34 04:00

FS UI FS UI FS UI FS FS FS FS UI FS

1 2 3 4 FINAL 10 14 17 7 -- 48 Record: (2-2, 1-0 WAC) 7 10 0 7 -- 24 Record: (1-3, 0-1 WAC)

Saunders 16-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Homme 3-yard pass from Reader (Farquhar kick) Goessling 48-yard field goal McCarty 18-yard run (Farquhar kick) Saunders 51-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Farquhar 23-yard field goal Jensen 1-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Goessling 48-yard field goal Evans 33-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Harrison 40-yard fumble recovery (Goessling kick) Bailey 7-yard pass from Reader (Farquhar kick) Harper 9-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 3rd Downs 4th Downs

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6-80 12-62 5-42 6-55 5-74 6-55 7-76 8-39 2-42 -- 2-33 14-98

Score 2:21 5:25 1:19 1:45 2:40 1:45 3:58 3:15 0:30 -- 0:26 6:32

7-0 7-7 10-7 10-14 17-14 17-17 24-17 27-17 34-17 41-17 41-24 48-24

Fresno St. Idaho INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 22 17 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 34-142 24-44 FS - Robbie Rouse (25-112-0) 24-47-371 23-43-239 UI - P. McCarty (7-33-1) 71-513 67-283 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 2-0 1-1 FS - Derek Carr (24-37-2-371-5) 7-75 7-85 UI - Brian Reader (22-38-0-235-2) 2-102 8-388 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 51.0 48.5 FS - Jalen Saunders (5-142-2) 41.0 36.1 UI - Mike LaGrone (5-57-0) 5-79-0 0-0-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 4-98-0 7-193-0 FS - Travis Brown (6-5-11-0-0) 0-0-0 2-7-0 UI - T. Robinson (7-3-10-2.0-0) 1-40-1 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 33:03 26:57 FS - None 2-of-12 3-of-14 UI - Q. Ashley (1-4-0); M. Harvey (1-3-0) 3-of-4 1-of-1

MOSCOW, Idaho - Derek Carr threw for 371 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Fresno State football team to a 48-24 victory over Idaho in the WAC opener on Saturday at the Kibbie Dome. Fresno State has now won nine-straight games over the Vandals and the win in the conference opener pushes the Bulldogs’ overall record up to 2-2 going into next week’s home game against Mississippi. Idaho falls to 1-3 overall and 0-1 in the WAC with the loss. “I think we were very balanced [offensively] and Derek had an outstanding game,” head coach Pat Hill said. “We got to give a lot of credit to our offensive line, they picked up the blitz really well. It was a great effort by our offense and then defensively we shut them down in the second half.” Carr’s five touchdown passes are the most since Paul Pinegar threw five TDs in a victory over No. 18 Virginia in the 2004 MPC Computer’s Bowl. Carr completed 24-of-37 passes for the 371 yards. He had the long ball going all day and completed six passes of over 20 yards. “I thought the offensive line did a great job today,” said Carr, who was not sacked in the game. “If it’s throwing the ball five times or throwing it 40 times, whatever is going to help the team win at that moment, I’m all for it.” Jalen Saunders caught five passes for 142 yards and two touchdowns and Rashad Evans had seven catches for 81 yards and one TD. It was Saunders’ second-straight 100-yard receiving game. The game was tied at 17 with six minutes left in the second quarter before Fresno State went on to score 24 unanswered points through the end of the third quarter to put the game away. That run and the performance of the defense in the second half won the game for the Bulldogs. After allowing 228 yards of offense in the first half, the Bulldog defense only gave up 55 yards in the second half. The defense even joined in on the scoring, as Nat Harrison picked up a fumble from Vandal quarterback Brian Reader and returned it 40 yards for a touchdown. “This is a real boost going into the Ole Miss game,” said linebacker Travis Brown, who led the team with a career-high 11 tackles and safety Terrance Dennis was right behind him with a personal-best 10 stops. “Defensively, we tightened down big time in the second half and really stuck our nose in their run and stopped their big plays.” Fresno State had 513 yards of total offense in the game to Idaho’s 283. Running back Robbie Rouse had his third-straight 100-yard rushing game, as he ran for 112 yards on 25 carries. Rouse went over 2,000 yards rushing in his career, becoming the 15th Bulldog running back ever to reach the milestone. Both teams went back and forth in the first half and behind three passing touchdowns from Carr, the Bulldogs held a 24-17 lead going into the locker room. Fresno State led 10-7 after the first quarter thanks to a 16-yard Carr to Saunders touchdown pass and a 48-yard Kevin Goessling field goal. Idaho got its 17 points off a three-yard Reader to Clayton Homme touchdown pass, an 18-yard touchdown run from Princeton McCarty early in the second quarter and a 21-yard field goal from Trey Farquhar. Saunders caught his second TD of the game on a 51-yard pass at 7:48 of the second quarter. Carr capped off the second quarter by threading the needle between a host of Vandal defenders for a touchdown to Marcel Jensen on a fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line two minutes before the half. Goessling gave Fresno State a 27-17 lead four minutes into the third quarter, as he hit another 48-yard field goal. After Milton Knox partially blocked a punt on Idaho’s ensuing possession following the field goal, Fresno State got the ball at the Vandal 42-yard line. It only took two plays for the Bulldogs to reach the end zone, as Carr hit Evans for a 33-yard touchdown. Fresno State’s defense took over the third quarter, forcing Idaho to punt on its first four possession of the quarter. Then with seconds remaining in the third, Reader fumbled the ball when he was reaching back to pass. Harrison picked up the fumble and returned it 40-yards for a touchdown. Idaho came back early in the fourth and got a one-handed touchdown catch from Kama Bailey from seven yards out to end the Vandal’s scoring drought.

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O STATE Game #5

Game #6

Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011 • Bulldog Stadium • Fresno, Calif. • Attendance: 32,063

Friday, Oct. 7, 2011 • Bulldog Stadium • Fresno, Calif. • Attendance: 33,871

Mississippi 38, Fresno State 28 SCORE BY QUARTERS Ole Miss Fresno State SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

08:08 06:52 02:08 00:14 09:50 13:01 11:15 06:15 08:49 03:42

FS UM UM FS UM FS UM FS UM UM

1 2 3 4 FINAL 13 7 7 11 -- 38 14 0 14 0 -- 28

Evans 2-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Bolden 21-yard run (Rose kick) Harris 22-yard pass rom Mackey (Rose kick blocked) Saunders 26-yard run (Goessling kick) Bolden 12-yard run (Rose kick) Rouse 7-yard run (Goessling kick) Scott 69-yard run (Rose kick) Carr 1-yard run (Goessling kick) Scott 12-yard run (Moncrief pass from Mackey) Rose 24-yard field goal

No. 5 Boise State 57, Fresno State 7 SCORE BY QUARTERS No. 5 Boise State Fresno State

Record: (2-3) Record: (2-3) TOP

4-17 4-74 5-65 5-79 3-27 5-63 4-75 10-80 15-88 6-56

Score 1:55 1:11 2:20 1:49 1:11 1:53 1:39 5:00 6:38 3:28

7-0 7-7 7-13 14-13 14-20 21-20 21-27 28-27 35-29 38-38

SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

10:29 01:59 00:54 09:52 06:29 00:20 08:49 04:06 14:44 00:17

BSU BSU BSU BSU BSU BSU BSU BSU FS BSU

1 2 3 4 FINAL 16 21 13 7 -- 57 0 0 0 7 -- 7

Miller 4-yard pass from Moore (Goodale kick) Goodale 32-yard field goal Burroughs 25-yard run (Goodale kick failed) Boldewijn 18-yard pass from Moore (Goodale kick) Harper 6-yard run (Goodale kick) Boldewijn 4-yard pass from Moore (Goodale kick) Martin 1-yard run (Goodale kick blocked) Harper 3-yard run (Goodale kick) Wylie 79-yard punt return (Goessling kick) Hedrick 23-yard run (Goodale kick)

Record: (5-0) Record: (2-4) TOP

7-76 9-30 1-25 9-78 5-24 9-84 5-78 6-16 -- 4-27

Score 2:47 3:31 0:08 4:04 1:47 1:35 1:56 3:08 -- 1:55

0-7 0-10 0-16 0-23 0-30 0-37 0-43 0-50 7-50 7-57

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 3rd Downs 4th Downs Sacks By

FRESNO, Calif. - Fresno State got 123 yards rushing from Robbie Rouse and 127 receiving from Jalen Saunders, but Mississippi kept the Bulldogs off the scoreboard in the decisive fourth quarter to beat Fresno State, 38-28, Saturday night at Bulldog Stadium. Ole Miss (2-3) and Fresno State (2-3) traded big plays throughout the game, but running back Jeff Scott carried the Rebels to the victory with two second-half touchdown runs, one being from 69-yards out. The Bulldogs, who led 28-27 after a one-yard Derek Carr touchdown run at 6:15 of the third quarter, did not score again after that. “I thought that was a hard, hard football game,” head coach Pat Hill said. “Mississippi played their best game of the season tonight and it took their best game to beat us tonight. We got to move on and put this game to bed fast and work on Boise, we have a short week and we have a great opportunity here next Friday night to play once again in Fresno on ESPN.” Fresno State outgained the Rebels 444-430, but it was the big plays from Ole Miss that hurt the Bulldogs Saturday night. Scott finished with 138 yards rushing and the two TDs and Rebel quarterback Randall Mackey threw for 214 yards and one touchdown. “On defense, I thought we played tremendous for a lot of that game,” Hill said. “We gave up a couple of big plays along the way, but like I said going into the game, [Scott] is an amazing athlete. They have big people that can run and they made some big plays when they had too.” Rouse’s 123 yards rushing gives him his fourth-straight 100-yard rushing game. He did it on 28 carries and had one of three rushing touchdown on the night for Fresno State. Saunders added one on a 26-yard reverse in the first quarter, as he had 184 all-purpose yards in the game. Saunders caught six passes for 127 yards. He becomes the first Bulldog receiver since Bernard Berrian in 2001 to have three-straight 100-yard receiving games. Carr completed 25-of-37 passes for 281 yards with one touchdown and one interception. Defensively, Fresno State was led by linebackers Kyle Knox and Travis Brown. Knox tied his careerhigh with 11 tackles and he added 2.5 tackles for a loss and one sack. Brown had 10 stops for his secondconsecutive double-digit tackle game. Fresno State struck first, as Carr hit Rashad Evans on a two-yard touchdown pass seven minutes into the game. The scoring drive was set up by a 31-yard punt return by Devon Wylie, his fourth punt return this season of 30 or more yards. Ole Miss quickly countered scoring two touchdowns over the next six minutes. Brandon Bolden ran one in from 21 yards out and then Mackey hit Melvin Harris for a 22-yard TD on a third-and-7. Jalen Saunders took a reverse and ran past the Rebel defense nearly untouched for a 26-yard touchdown to give Fresno State a 14-13 lead with 14 seconds left in the first quarter. Mississippi took advantage of the first turnover of the game, which came four minutes into the second. Rouse’s fumble on Fresno State’s own 27-yard led to a Bolden 12-yard touchdown run. The fumble was just the second of Rouse’s career and it came on his 401st career carry. That gave the Rebels a 20-14 lead, and that score held going into the half. Then in the third quarter, the two teams went back-and-forth. Fresno State went right to work on its first drive of the third quarter, scoring on a seven-yard touchdown run from Rouse. Carr then added on a one-yard TD run at 6:15 to put Fresno State up 28-27. Ole Miss got a 69-yard touchdown run from Scott in between the Bulldog third-quarter touchdowns. At 8:49 of the fourth quarter, Scott scored again on a sweep to the left side to push the lead back to UM’s side, 35-28, after a successful two-point conversion. Scott’s TD run was from 12 yards out and it came on a third-and-9. The Bulldogs were unable to counter in the fourth like they had earlier in the game and the Rebels iced

FRESNO, Calif. - “Devon Wylie provided the only offense for the Bulldogs with a punt return for a touchdown, as fifth-ranked Boise State defeated Fresno State 57-7 Friday at Bulldog Stadium. Wylie’s 79 yard return for a TD early in the fourth quarter accounted for the only Bulldog points in the game. It was Wylie’s second punt return for a touchdown this season. Fresno State falls to 2-4 on the year with its sixth-straight loss to Boise State, who jumped up to 5-0 on the season. “It was just one of those nights where we wanted to do so much as a team and as a program, for our community, and for our fans, and we fell flat,” head coach Pat Hill said. “This was probably the hardest game I have gone through since I’ve been here on that standpoint. We got to move on and get ourselves back on task.” Fresno State turned the ball over four times in the game and gave up a blocked punt. The Broncos capitalized off the Bulldog mishaps and scored five touchdowns off those five plays. Bronco quarterback Kellen Moore completed 23-of-31 passes for 254 yards and three touchdowns. Boise State had five rushing touchdowns in the game and running back Doug Martin had a game-high 94 yards on the ground with one TD. Boise State led 37-0 at the half and outgained the Bulldogs 305-191 in the first two quarters. The Broncos finished with 464 yards of total offense to the 270 for the Bulldogs. Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr completed 17-of-30 passes for 126 yards. Robbie Rouse ran 10 times for 72 yards to lead the rushing attack that netted 144 yards in the game. Redshirt freshman Josh Harper led all receivers with eight catches in the game for 75 yards.

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Boise St. Fresno St. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 22 9 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 183 144 BSU - Doug Martin (16-94-1) 26-37-281 17-31-126 FS - Robbie Rouse (10-72-0) 75-464 57-270 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 0-0 2-2 BSU - Kellen Moore (23-31-0-254-3) 2-15 9-85 FS - Derek Carr (17-30-1-126-0) 5-235 7-310 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 47.0 44.3 BSU - Matt Miller (5-78-1) 26.6 39.1 FS - Josh Harper (8-75-0) 3-36-0 4-102-1 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 2-44-0 10-167-0 BSU - Q. Ewing-Burton (6-3-9-0-0) 2-22-0 0-0-0 FS - Logan Harrell (4-4-8-1.5-0) 0-0-0 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 32:18 27:42 BSU - J. Brown (1-22-0): J. Taylor (1-0-0) 6-of-15 2-of-14 FS - None 2-of-3 1-of-2 0-0 0-0

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TEAM STATS UM Fresno St. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS First Downs 19 25 Rushing (att-yds-TD): Rushing Att-Yards 44-216 36-163 UM - Jeff Scott (24-138-2) Passing Cmp-Att-Yds 8-18-214 25-38-281 FS - Robbie Rouse (28-123-1) Total Plays-Yards 62-430 74-444 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): Fumbles-Lost 1-0 5-1 UM - Randall Mackey (8-18-0-214-1) Penalties-Yards 10-107 4-40 FS - Derek Carr (25-37-1-281-1) Punts-Yards 6-238 4-155 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): Average 39.7 38.8 UM - Ja-Mes Logan (3-65-0) Net 31.2 33.8 FS - Jalen Saunders (6-127-0) Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) 0-0-0 2-32-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) 4-99-0 5-98-0 UM - Mike Marry (5-4-9-0-0) Interceptions-Yards-TD 1-5-0 0-0-0 FS - Kyle Knox (6-5-11-2.5-1.0) Fumble Ret-Yards-TD 1-3-0 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): Time of Possession 28:06 31:54 UM - Charles Sawyer (1-5-0) 3rd Downs 6-of-13 6-of-13 FS - None 4th Downs 0-of-0 1-of-1 Sacks By

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FRESNO Game #7, WAC Game #2

Game #8, WAC Game #3

Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011 • Bulldog Stadium • Fresno, Calif. • Attendance: 28,854

Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011 • Mackay Stadium • Reno, Nev. • Attendance: 15,113

Fresno State 31, Utah State 21 SCORE BY QUARTERS Utah State Fresno State SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

12:20 06:10 04:07 12:07 11:24 07:47 11:54 08:05

USU USU FS FS USU FS FS FS

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1 2 3 4 FINAL 14 7 0 0 -- 21 Record: (2-4, 0-1 WAC) 7 7 3 14 -- 31 Record: (3-4, 2-0 WAC)

Smith 47-yard pass from Keeton (Thompson kick) Turbin 59-yard run (Thompson kick) Burse 23-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Carr 1-yard run (Goessling kick) Smith 46-yard run (Thompson kick) Goessling 39-yard field goal Saunders 23-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Rouse 9-yard run (Goessling kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 3rd Downs 4th Downs Sacks By

Nevada 45, Fresno State 38

TOP

7-87 4-94 5-84 11-80 2-48 9-58 8-80 7-23

Score 2:40 1:39 1:58 4:27 0:34 3:05 3:01 3:22

0-7 0-14 7-14 14-14 14-21 17-21 24-21 31-21

Utah St. Fresno St. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 18 31 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 41-260 36-155 USU - Robert Turbin (16-155-1) 16-32-204 23-39-248 FS - Robbie Rouse (24-140-1) 72-454 75-403 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 1-1 3-2 USU - Chuckie Keeton (15-31-0-194-1) 11-118 7-62 FS - Derek Carr (23-39-0-248-2) 5-219 3-131 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 43.8 43.7 USU - Stanley Morrison (4-13-0) 28.8 37.0 FS - Josh Harper (5-61-0) 0-0-0 3-55-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 6-125-0 4-76-0 USU - Bobby Wagner (6-2-8-0-0) 0-0-0 0-0-0 FS - Terrance Dennis (7-2-9-0-0) 0-0-0 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 26:31 33:29 USU - None 8-of-18 5-of-12 FS - None 0-of-0 1-of-2 0-0 3-15

FRESNO, Calif. - Down by seven at halftime and with its backs against the wall, the Fresno State football team rallied in the second half to beat Utah State, 31-21, Saturday night at Bulldog Stadium. The Aggies (2-4, 0-1 WAC) controlled the game for the first two and a half quarters and held a 21-17 lead with the ball on the Fresno State 10-yard line late in the third quarter. After a Tristan Okpalaugo sack on third-and-goal, 6-6 Bulldog tight end Marcel Jensen blocked a 31-yard Josh Thompson field goal. That play, along with a miraculous 23-yard catch and run by Jalen Saunders for a touchdown, turned the tides and lifted the Bulldogs (3-4) to the victory. Fresno State, left for dead on the season by many after a 57-7 loss last week to No. 5 Boise State, now sits at 2-0 in the WAC for the first time since 2007. “Last week we were probably at our lowest point as a 2011 football team, but I was really proud of the way [the team] responded in a very, very tough game tonight,” head coach Pat Hill said. Saunders’ touchdown at 11:54 of the fourth quarter gave the Bulldogs their first lead of the game, and it was a lead Fresno State did not relinquish. The sophomore wide receiver took a screen pass from Derek Carr on a third-and-14 on the right side of the field. He was surrounded by a pack of Aggie defenders, but somehow managed to make five USU players miss and he raced across the other side of the field to outran two more defenders to the end zone. “I was just trying to get as many yards as I could and I saw there was another man and thought `I can’t get tackled for a loss here,’ so I made the first guy miss and I made the second guy miss and it went on from there,” Saunders said. After that, Fresno State’s defense took over to cap off a great second half for the `Dogs. “We came in at halftime and adjusted based on what they were doing on offense,” senior defensive tackle Logan Harrell said. “They were sticking to their run game, sticking outside and throwing short passes. So we adjusted at halftime and came out and executed it.” Utah State’s three first half touchdowns were all over 45 yards and two were scored by running back Michael Smith. He opened the game with a 47-yard TD on a screen and ran one in from 46 yards out early in the second quarter. Utah State had 305 yards of offense in the first half, but the Bulldogs held them to just 149 in the second half and only 34 in the fourth quarter. Utah State did not score again after Smith’s touchdown run at 11:54 of the second quarter that gave the Aggies a 21-14 lead. Okpalaugo had a coming out party on Saturday. He had a career-high eight tackles, including two of Fresno State’s three sacks that all came in the second half. After Saunders’ TD gave Fresno State a 24-21 lead with just under 12 minutes to play, Okpalaugo came up big again. His sack of USU quarterback Chuckie Keeton forced a fumble that was recovered by Bulldog linebacker Jeremiah Toma on the Aggie 23-yard line. Fresno State capitalized and got a nine-yard rushing touchdown from running back Robbie Rouse. “I was just thinking get the ball, get to the quarterback,” Okpalaugo said. The Bulldog defense finished off Utah State from there and Harrell’s sack for a loss of 12 with 1:10 remaining forced a 53-yard Thompson field goal try, which hit the cross bar and fell short to end the game. Rouse, the Bulldog work-horse, ran for 140 yards on 24 carries and the one touchdown. It was his fifth 100-yard rushing day this season in seven games. Carr completed 23-of-39 passes for 248 yards and two touchdowns - the first of which was a 23-yard strike to Isaiah Burse in the first quarter. Burse made a great leaping grab on the play to get the `Dogs on the board when they trailed 14-0 at the time. “It’s a win. We’re ecstatic about it,” Carr said after the game. “The feeling of the locker room was just

SCORE BY QUARTERS Fresno State Nevada SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

10:26 07:57 06:40 02:26 11:19 07:32 00:30 00:00 14:09 11:56 06:47 06:00 02:15 01:06

NEV NEV FS NEV FS NEV FS NEV FS NEV NEV FS NEV FS

1 2 3 4 FINAL 7 10 7 14 -- 38 Record: (3-5, 2-1 WAC) 13 10 7 15 -- 45 Record: (4-3, 2-0 WAC)

Hardison 22-yard field goal Matthews 86-yard punt return (Hardison kick) Rouse 65-yard run (Goessling kick) Hardison 22-yard field goal Saunders 8-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Ball 18-yard pass from Fajardo (Hardison kick) Goessling 22-yard field goal Hardison 48-yard field goal Dean 9-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Boudreaux 0-yard fumble recovery (Hardison kick) Ball 16-yard run (Hardison kick) Rouse 25-yard run (Goessling kick) Fajardo 23-yard run (Arendse pass from Fajardo) Evans 2-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 3rd Downs 4th Downs Sacks By

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11-78 -- 3-73 9-73 15-75 9-80 14-52 5-47 3-80 -- 11-85 3-59 7-80 10-78

Score 4:34 -- 1:11 4:09 6:01 3:41 6:55 0:25 0:46 -- 4:18 0:39 3:39 1:04

0-3 0-10 7-10 7-13 14-13 14-20 17-20 17-23 24-23 24-30 24-37 31-37 31-45 38-45

Fresno St. Nevada INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 25 29 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 33-207 48-268 FS - Robbie Rouse (25-172-2) 20-37-315 19-27-313 UNR - Mike Ball (26-198-1) 70-522 75-581 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 2-2 1-0 FS - Derek Carr (20-37-0-315-3) 3-35 8-89 UNR - Cody Fajardo (19-27-0-313-1) 4-162 3-127 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 40.5 42.3 FS - Devon Wylie (5-108-0) 17.5 43.0 UNR - Rishard Matthews (7-148-0) 2--2-0 2-92-1 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 8-182-0 6-123-0 FS - Zak Hill (8-6-14-0-0) 0-0-0 0-0-0 UNR - Duke Williams (6-5-11-0.5-0) 0-0-0 0-0-1 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 27:16 32:44 FS - None 7-of-12 9-of-16 UNR - None 0-of-0 1-of-1 2-8 1-2

RENO, Nev. - Nevada capitalized on its opportunities and won an offensive firestorm in a game that featured 1,103 yards of total offense between the two teams, as the Wolf Pack handed Fresno State a 45-38 loss on Saturday at Mackay Stadium. It was a matchup between the only two undefeated teams in conference play, giving Nevada (4-3, 2-0 WAC) a leg up on the Bulldogs (3-5, 2-1) in the race for the Western Athletic Conference title. Two costly fumbles, one that Nevada recovered on a muffed punt in the end zone for a touchdown, and an 86-yard punt return for a touchdown from Rishard Matthews lifted Nevada to its fourth-straight win over the Bulldogs. “I got to give [Nevada] a lot of credit, they capitalized on their chances,” head coach Pat Hill said. “We had our opportunities to win that game, but every time we got momentum, give Nevada credit they came back and made some plays or we self-destructed.” Nevada had 581 yards of offense in the game using a balanced attack. Freshman quarterback Cody Fajardo threw for 313 yards and one touchdown and Mike Ball ran for 198 yards on 26 carries and one TD. Nevada was 9-for-16 on third downs in the game and was 3-of-4 in the fourth quarter. Its late conversions prevented Fresno State’s offense from having the opportunity to tie the game late. The Bulldogs finished with a season-high 522 yards of offense. Junior running back Robbie Rouse ran for 167 yards and two TDs on 24 carries for his sixth 100-yard rushing game this season. Quarterback Derek Carr threw for 315 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. Safeties Zak Hill (14 tackles) and Terrance Dennis (12 tackles) led the Bulldog defense, but in the end Fresno State could not force a turnover or get a stop when it needed to. “We had two turnovers, they had none, and normally when you win that part of the game you win the game,” Rouse said. “We shot ourselves in the foot a lot.” The first quarter was one filled with big plays. Nevada got the 86-yard punt return for a touchdown from Matthews and completed two passes of over 55 yards. However, the Bulldog defense held Nevada to two field goals on its two drives and the Wolf Pack only held a 13-7 lead after 15 minutes. Fresno State’s first quarter points came on a 65-yard touchdown run from Rouse on a third-and-2. It was the longest rush of Rouse’s career. The Bulldogs took a 14-13 lead on an eight-yard touchdown pass from Carr to Jalen Saunders at 11:19 in the second quarter. It was a well-earned touchdown for the `Dogs, as they converted three thirddowns on the drive that went 75 yards over 15 plays and used up just over six minutes on the clock. Fajardo and the Wolf Pack answered with a lengthy drive of their own, traveling 80-yards on nine plays. Fajardo finished the drive with an 18-yard touchdown pass to Ball. Fresno State got a 22-yard field goal from Kevin Goessling with 30 seconds remaining in the second quarter, but Nevada drove down to the Bulldog 31-yard line in the final seconds and Allen Hardison nailed a 48-yard field goal to give the Wolf Pack a 23-17 lead at the half. Devon Wylie took a wide receiver screen 71-yards to the Nevada nine-yard line on the second play of the second half. The play set up a Carr nine-yard touchdown pass to Victor Dean , which was his first career reception. The first turnover of the game cost Fresno State seven points two minutes after Dean’s touchdown. Wylie muffed a punt inside the five-yard line and the ball rolled into the end zone where Bubba Boudreaux recovered for the touchdown for Nevada. Ball’s 16-yard touchdown run at 6:47 of the fourth quarter gave the Wolf Pack a 37-24 lead, which Rouse answered 47 seconds later with a 25-yard touchdown run of his own. Fajardo’s 23-yard TD run with 2:15 ended up being the winning points. Carr drove Fresno State down for a touchdown with 1:06 left in the game to cut Nevada’s lead down to seven, but the `Dogs could not

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O STATE Game #9, WAC Game #4

Game #10, WAC Game #5

Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011 • Bulldog Stadium • Fresno, Calif. • Attendance: 27,965

Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011 • Aggie Memorial Stadium • Las Cruces, N.M.. • Attendance:

Louisiana Tech 41, Fresno State 21 SCORE BY QUARTERS Louisiana Tech Fresno State SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

10:01 04:40 14:19 09:40 07:38 05:23 00:09 10:26 07:03 06:14

LT LT LT FS LT LT LT LT FS FS

1 2 3 4 FINAL 14 20 7 0 -- 41 Record: (5-4, 4-1 WAC) 0 7 7 7 -- 21 Record: (3-6, 2-2 WAC)

Patton 45-yard pass from Cameron (Nelson kick) Patton 22-yard pass from Cameron (Nelson kick) Nelson 26-yd field goal Dean 6-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Creer 53-yard run (Nelson kick) White 75-yard pass from Cameron (Nelson kick) Nelson 40-yard field goal Casey 6-yard pass from Cameron (Nelson kick) Saunders 16-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Wylie 24-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 3rd Downs 4th Downs Sacks By

New Mexico State 48, Fresno State 45

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4-63 5-58 8-60 8-82 6-90 1-75 6-26 7-80 9-64 16-98

Score 1:19 1:28 1:43 4:33 1:50 0:21 0:32 2:11 3:17 6:40

0-7 0-14 0-17 7-17 7-24 7-31 7-34 7-41 14-41 21-41

La Tech Fresno St. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 19 25 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 29-166 31-115 LT - Lennon Creer (17-113-1) 19-33-384 39-49-290 FS - Robbie Rouse (24-96-0) 62-550 80-405 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 3-0 2-1 LT - Colby Cameron (18-32-0-358-4) 14-36 4-30 FS - Derek Carr (39-49-2-290-3) 5-245 6-233 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 49.0 38.8 LT - Quinton Patton (6-97-2) 45.0 38.5 FS - Devon Wylie (13-149-1) 2-2-0 0-0-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 4-59-0 8-147-0 LT - Adrien Cole (6-2-8-1.0-0) 2--2-0 0-0-0 FS - Logan Harrell (3-5-8-1.5-0) 0-0-0 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 22:14 37:46 LT - Dave Clark (1- -2-0), Jay Dudley (1-0-0) 6-of-15 7-of-14 FS - None 0-of-1 0-of-1 3-12 1-8

2013

SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

12:08 04:30 14:11 08:15 07:59 02:00 00:00 12:38 10:34 06:40 06:22 03:50 13:54 08:05 01:50

1 2 3 4 FINAL 7 10 21 7 -- 45 Record: (3-7, 2-3 WAC) 7 16 15 10 -- 48 Record: (4-6, 2-3 WAC)

NMSU Turner 29-yard pass from Christian (Stampler kick) FS Rouse 5-yard run (Goessling kick) NMSU Turner 1-yatd run (Stampler kick) FS Goessling 20-yatd field goal NMSU Rogers 99-yard kickoff return (Stampler kick) FS Rouse 20-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) NMSU Stampler 39-yard field goal FS Saunders 15-yard run (Goessling kick) FS Saunders 59-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) NMSU Turner 10-yard run (Turner pass from Christian) FS Saunders 64-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) NMSU Turner 6-yard run (Stampler kick) NMSU Stampler 25-yard field goal FS Rouse 2-yard run (Goessling kick) NMSU Rogers 37-yard pass from Christian (Stampler kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 3rd Downs 4th Downs Sacks By

TOP

6-59 7-46 3-12 12-71 -- 5-66 8-61 5-76 1-59 11-68 1-64 12-84 8-59 10-71 4-56

Score 2:52 2:58 0:49 5:49 -- 2:31 1:53 2:26 0:10 3:45 0:09 2:25 2:37 5:40 1:18

0-7 7-7 7-14 10-14 10-21 17-20 17-23 24-23 31-23 31-31 38-31 38-38 38-41 45-41 45-48

Fresno St. NMSU INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 22 30 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 29 38 FS - Robbie Rouse (23-86-2) 22-34-391 26-44-367 NMSU - Kenny Turner (27-112-3) 63-495 82-500 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 2-1 2-0 FS - Derek Carr (22-34-0-391-3) 8-60 4-37 NMSU - Matt Christian (25-43-1-360-2) 4-166 3-92 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 411.5 30.7 FS - Jalen Saunders (7-174-2) 32.0 20.7 NMSU - Taveon Rogers (10-166-1) 1-10-0 1-18-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 8-185-0 8-246-1 FS - Travis Brown (7-3-10-0-0) 1-0-0 0-0-0 NMSU - Justin Smith (4-9-13-0-0) 0-0-0 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 30:10 29:50 FS - L.J. Jones (1-0-0) 6-of-12 11-of-17 NMSU - None 0-of-1 1-of-2 2-`7

LAS CRUCES, N.M. - New Mexico State quarterback Matt Christian hit Taveon Rogers on a 37-yard touchdown pass with 1:50 left in the game to lift NM State past Fresno State, 48-45, Saturday night at Aggie Memorial Stadium. This is Fresno State’s first-ever loss to New Mexico State in the 18-game series history and it ends the Bulldogs’ (3-7, 2-3 WAC) chances of getting bowl eligible. The defeat also secures Fresno State of just its third losing season in the last 15 years. “They made the plays and we didn’t,” head coach Pat Hill said. “The one consistent part is we have not been able to make plays in crunch time and that’s been a huge dilemma in some of our close games.” The game was a battle between the two offensive units and it appeared it would come down to who had the ball last. Fresno State gained 495 yards while the Aggies finished with 500. Bulldog tailback Robbie Rouse gave Fresno State a 45-51 lead with a two-yard touchdown run at 8:05 of the fourth quarter. The Bulldog defense stopped the Aggies on their ensuing possession, but was unable to pick up a first down to wind the clock down when they got the ball. After a punt, New Mexico State got the ball on its own 44-yard line with 3:04 to play. It only took four plays for Christian to get the Aggies into the end zone, as Rogers caught a jump ball on a corner route, broke a tackle and walked in for the winning score. The Bulldog offense, which had their way all night against the Aggie defense, couldn’t pick up a first down and Fresno State ended up losing a game that will be tough to swallow. “It’s heartbreaking. You put so much effort into something, like everybody on this team does, like coach Hill does, and to come up short, it is tough,” said sophomore quarterback Derek Carr, who threw for a career-high 391 yards on 22-of-34 passing with three touchdowns and no interceptions. “It doesn’t matter to me. To be totally honest, I don’t care about all that stuff,” Carr said of his numbers. “I just want to win.” Carr connected all night on the long ball, as he completed eight passes of over 20 yards, and he repeatedly hit his favorite target Jalen Saunders. Saunders caught seven passes for a career-high 174 yards and had two touchdown receptions of 59 and 64 yards in the third quarter. He also added in a 15-yard touchdown run in the wild third quarter where the two teams combined for 400 yards of offense and 36 points. Rouse ran 23 times for 86 yards and had two touchdown runs along with a 20-yard touchdown catch near the end of the second quarter. For the Aggies, it was Rodgers who did the damage. He set a NM State single-game record with 412 all-purpose yards. Rodgers had 10 catches for 166 yards and the game winning TD reception and also returned a kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. With three games to play, Carr, Hill and the Bulldogs are now playing for pride. “We’re not going to quit, we’re just going to keep moving forward,” Hill said. “We go to

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FRESNO, Calif. - Backed by a 34-point first half, Louisiana Tech handed Fresno State a 41-21 loss on Saturday night at Bulldog Stadium. Louisiana Tech (5-4, 4-1 WAC) won its fourth-straight game with an offensive onslaught of 550 yards. La Tech jumped on Fresno State early with four touchdowns of over 22 yards in the first half and the Bulldogs (3-6, 2-2) could not mount a comeback, as Tech dropped its defense back preventing Fresno State from getting any big plays of its own. “We created our own problems getting down early,” head coach Pat Hill said. “It is hard to dig yourself out of a hole. We were never able to get ourselves into a rhythm and the frustrating part is we weren’t ever able to get into our game plan.” Tech quarterback Colby Cameron threw three first-half touchdown passes, the longest being a 75 yarder to Myles White, while running back Lennon Creer added a 53-yard run touchdown run as part of his 113 yard evening. Cameron finished the game with a careerhigh 358 yards on 18-of-32 passing with four TDs. His previous career-high was 251 yards against Navy a season ago. “On the defensive side of the ball, the big play got us,” Hill said. “That has been a situation that we have had all year, giving up the big plays.” Fresno State did gain 405 yards of offense, 238 of which came in the second half when Fresno State outscored La Tech 14-7. But that was far too little too late. Junior running back Robbie Rouse went over 1,000 yards rushing on the season to become the fourth Bulldog to have back-to-back 1,000 yards seasons. He finished the game with 96 yards rushing on 24 carries. Senior wide receiver Devon Wylie caught a career-high 13 passes for 149 yards and one 24-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. His 13 receptions are the most since Matt Rivera hauled in 10 catches vs. Louisiana Tech in 2005. Fellow receiver Jalen Saunders also set a career-high with eight catches for 69 yards and one touchdown, giving him seven TD catches on the year. That ties him for the most by a Bulldog in the last 10 seasons. Bulldog quarterback Derek Carr completed 39-of-49 passes for 290 yards and he had three touchdowns with two interceptions. His 39 completions were one off the school record of 40 that was set by Dave Telford in 1987. Redshirt freshman Victor Dean was the recipient of Carr’s third touchdown, which came in the first quarter. It was his second career catch, both of which have gone for scores.

SCORE BY QUARTERS Fresno State New Mexico State

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FRESNO Game #11, WAC Game #6

Game #12, , WAC Game #7

Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011 • Aloha Stadium • Honolulu, Hawai’i • Attendance: 28,907

Friday, Nov. 26, 2011 • Bulldog Stadium • Fresno, Calif. • Attendance: 25,492

Fresno State 24, Hawai’i 21 SCORE BY QUARTERS Fresno State Hawai’i SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

13:44 05:38 12:26 01:00 11:54 06:28 14:23

FS FS FS UH UH UH FS

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1 2 3 4 FINAL 10 7 0 7 -- 24 Record: (4-7, 3-3 WAC) 0 7 14 0 -- 21 Record: (5-6, 3-4 WAC)

Saunders44-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Goessling 32-yard field goal Rouse 1-yard run (Goessling kick) Graves 6-yard run (Chun kick) Pollard 24-yard pass from Graves (Chun kick) Stutzmann 69-yard pass from Graves (Chun kick) Harper 43-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 3rd Downs 4th Downs Sacks By

San Jose State 27, Fresno State 24

TOP

3-69 12-82 12-69 9-67 9-78 3-85 4-85

Score 1:16 5:43 6:11 3:59 3:00 1:12 1:38

7-0 10-0 17-0 17-7 17-14 17-21 24-21

Fresno St. Hawai’i INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 24 17 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 47-217 19-62 FS - Robbie Rouse (37-176-1) 19-29-271 19-40-244 UH - David Graves (11-33-1) 76-488 59-306 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 3-0 1-0 FS - Derek Carr (19-29-0-271-2) 9-78 4-30 UH - David Graves (13-27-0-199-2) 3-116 5-222 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 38.7 44.4 FS - Robbie Rouse (6-51-0) 36.7 44.4 UH - Billy Ray Stutzmann (8-136-1) 0-0-0 1-6-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 4-49-0 4-94-0 FS - Cristin Wilson (8-0-8-0-0) 0-0-0 0-0-0 UH - Paipai Falemalu (7-4-11-0-0) 0-0-0 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 38:15 21:45 FS - None 6-of-15 6-of-13 UH - None 1-of-3 0-of-2 4-32 1-3

HONOLULU - The Fresno State football team defeated Hawai’i 24-21 Saturday night at Aloha Stadium behind a season-high 176 yards rushing from Robbie Rouse and 271 passing from Derek Carr. However, it was the Bulldog defense that won the game to end a three-game losing streak for Fresno State (4-7, 3-3 WAC). After giving up over 500 yards of offense and 40 points in each of the three previous games, the `Dogs only allowed 21 points and 306 yards of offense to the lethal Hawai’i offense that had been averaging over 400 yards per game. “We knew if we played good defense we’d give ourselves a chance to win, and we did that,” interim defensive coordinator Tim Skipper said. Skipper took over the defensive play calling after Randy Stewart resigned on Nov. 13. The Bulldogs started fast offensively, jumping out to a 17-0 lead in the first half. In what has been missing most of the season, the Bulldogs then finished the game in the end to secure Fresno State’s third win in its last four games at Hawai’i (5-6, 3-4 WAC). “We get a win over here tonight on the island and it was a good win for us,” head coach Pat Hill said. “We’ve been struggling all year and tonight could have gone either way, but tonight we finally got it going. “They never stopped playing, never stopped swinging their pick and we made the plays in the end to win the game.” Hawai’i scored two touchdowns in on its first two drives of the second half to take a 21-17 lead. Carr got the Bulldogs back on top with a 43-yard touchdown pass to Josh Harper with 14:23 to play. Behind Rouse, who had 37 carries and one touchdown, the `Dogs ate up a bunch of clock and the defense held stern. Fresno State had the ball for nearly 17 minutes more than Hawai’i had it. The Warriors had a chance to win it at the end, getting the ball back down by three with 2:18 to play, but the Bulldogs would have none of it. Travis Brown’s sack of David Graves at the Bulldog 35-yard line with under 15 seconds to go sealed the win. Fresno State had four sacks in the game and Logan Harrell also recorded a sack on UH’s final drive. Safety Cristin Wilson led the team with eight tackles. Carr finished the game completing 19-of-29 passes for the 271 yards and two TDs. His first touchdown was a 44-yard connection with Jalen Saunders, which was his 10th touchdown catch of the season. Saunders becomes just the sixth Bulldog to catch 10 touchdowns in a season. Rouse’s 176 yards are four more than his previous season-high of 172 at Nevada on Oct. 22. He is now averaging 122 yards per game and has 10 rushing touchdowns. Rouse also led the team with six receptions for 51 yards.

SCORE BY QUARTERS San Jose State Fresno State SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

08:07 03:38 02:12 08:55 00:05 09:51 08:09 11:38 06:15

FS FS SJSU SJSU FS SJSU SJSU SJSU FS

1 2 3 4 FINAL 7 3 10 7 -- 27 Record: (5-7, 3-4 WAC) 10 7 0 7 -- 24 Record: (4-8, 3-4 WAC)

Rouse 2-yard run (Goessling kick) Goessling 39-yard field goal Rutley 14-yard run (Alvernik kick) Alvernik 18-yard field goal Rouse 2-yard run (Goessling kick) Alvernik 34-yard field goal Carr 38-yard pass from Faulkner (Alvernik kick) Grigsby 18-yard pass from Faulkner (Alvernik kick) Saunders 24-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick)

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7-80 7-54 4-60 13-67 12-75 9-66 1-38 6-59 11-84

Score 2:28 3:40 1:26 5:53 5:52 3:14 0:08 2:41 5:18

7-0 10-0 10-7 10-10 17-10 17-13 17-20 17-20 24-27

TEAM STATS San Jose St. Fresno St. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS First Downs 21 25 Rushing (att-yds-TD): Rushing Att-Yards 24-61 39-173 SJSU Passing Cmp-Att-Yds 27-42-363 19-28-276 FS - Robbie Rous Total Plays-Yards 66-424 67-449 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): Fumbles-Lost 1-1 2-2 SJSU Penalties-Yards 3-20 8-94 FS - Derek Carr ( Punts-Yards 3-131 4-152 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): Average 43.7 38.0 SJSU Net 37.0 38.0 FS Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) 0-0-0 0-0-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) 3-62-0 5-103-0 SJSU Interceptions-Yards-TD 1-5-0 1-12-0 FS Fumble Ret-Yards-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): Time of Possession 27:16 32:44 SJSU 3rd Downs 7-of-16 2-of-11 FS 4th Downs 0-of-0 1-of-1 Sacks By

FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno State football team suffered a bitter defeat on Senior Night Saturday at Bulldog Stadium, as San Jose State handed the `Dogs a 27-24 loss in Fresno State’s last-ever Western Athletic Conference game. San Jose State (5-7, 3-4 WAC) outscored the Bulldogs 17-7 in the second half to get the victory. Fresno State (4-8, 3-4) appeared to have the Spartans stopped on the Bulldog 28-yard line to set up a fourth down, but were called for a pass interference penalty that gave SJSU a first down and allowed them to run out the last minute on the clock. “That was a tough one, but that’s kind of a picture of our season,” head coach Pat Hill said of the three-point loss. “We had some critical penalties, a couple of turnovers that stopped a couple of good drives and I got to give San Jose State credit, they did a heck of a job with their passing game.” Spartan quarterback Matt Faulkner, who started his career at Fresno State, threw for 363 yards on 27-of-42 passing and two touchdowns, both in the second half that gave SJSU a 27-17 lead. Fresno State answered with 6:15 to play, when Derek Carr connected with Jalen Saunders on a 24-yard TD to cut that lead down to three. However, Fresno State was unable to get the Spartan offense off the field at the end and the pass interference penalty sealed the loss for the Bulldogs. “Shooting ourselves in the foot and not making the plays when we need to is basically it,” junior running back Robbie Rouse said afterwards when asked about Fresno State’s struggles this year to win the close games. Rouse, who ran for 151 yards on 33 carries with two touchdowns, surpassed Ron Rivers for the most rushing yards in school history in back-to-back seasons. He also became the fifth Bulldog running back to run for over 3,000 yards in a career, as he moved into third place on the all-time school rushing yardage list. A number of feats were recorded by the Bulldogs on the night, the last home game for Fresno State’s 15-member senior class, which makes the loss that more difficult to swallow. “I feel bad for the seniors,” Hill said. “I’ve been here 15 years and we have never had a losing season in our stadium, and that one really hurts.” Carr was 19-for-28 passing for 276 yards with the one TD to Saunders, which was Saunders’ 11th touchdown reception of the season and his sixth-straight game finding the end zone. Carr also went over 3,000 yards passing on the year, becoming the fifth Bulldog quarterback to reach the milestone. Senior kicker Kevin Goessling became the school’s all-time leading scorer, surpassing Derek Mahoney’s 18 year-old school record that he set in 1993. Goessling, with one field goal and three PAT’s Saturday, now has 369 points and that is the fourth-most in WAC history. Fresno State actually outgained the Spartans, 449-424, but three turnovers hurt the Bulldogs. Fresno State did force SJSU into two turnovers with a fumble recovery by L.J. Jones on J.B. Dock’s forced fumble and senior Isaiah Green intercepted a pass in the second quarter. However, San Jose State was 7-for-16 on third downs, including a big pair of

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O STATE Game #13

2011 YEAR-IN-REVIEW

San Diego State 35, Fresno State 28

Saturday, Dec. 3, 2011 • Qualcomm Stadium • San Diego, Calif • Attendance: 32,790 SCORE BY QUARTERS Fresno State Hawai’i SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 2nd 3rd 4th

04:58 14:24 09:14 05:48 00:11 11:29 03:06 12:34 01:09

FS FS FS SDSU SDSU SDSU SDSU FS SDSU

1 2 3 4 FINAL 7 14 0 7 -- 28 Record: (4-9) 0 14 14 7 -- 35 Record: (8-4)

Green 59-yard blocked field goal return (Goessling kick) Saunders 88-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Harper 23-yard pass from Carr (Goessling kick) Hillman 20-yard run (Perez kick) Young 1-yard run (Perez kick) Hillman 2-yard run (Perez kick) Hillman 2-yard run (Perez kick) Rouse 2-yard run (Goessling kick) Hillman 2-yard run (Perez kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Average Net Punt Returns (#-Yds-TD) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds-TD) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards-TD Time of Possession 3rd Downs 4th Downs

TOP

- 4-99 4-80 11-81 10-78 3-74 3-69 11-68 9-66

Score - 1:02 1:21 3:26 1:16 1:12 1:04 5:32 1:04

7-0 14-0 21-0 21-7 21-14 21-21 21-28 28-28 28-35

Fresno St. SDSU INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 13 23 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 28-48 38-215 FS - Robbie Rouse (20-56-1)) 19-35-336 21-40-281 SDSU - Ronnie Hillman (29-178-4) 63-384 78-496 Passing (cmp-att-int-yds-TD): 0-0 1-0 FS - Derek Carr (19-35-1-336-2) 10-75 3-26 SDSU - Ryan Lindley (21-40-0-281-0) 7-268 6-295 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): 38.3 49.2 FS - Jalen Saunders (3-105-1) 37.3 37.0 SDSU - Gavin Escobar (6-125-0) 2-13-0 2-7-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): 6-175-0 5-94-0 FS - Cristin Wilson (10-1-11-0-0) 0-0-0 1-0-0 SDSU - Leon McFadden (6-1-7-1.0-0) 0-0-1 0-0-0 Interceptions (no-yds-TD): 30:28 29:32 FS - None 8-of-18 5-of-15 SDSU - Larry Parker (1-0-0) 0-of-0 2-of-3

2013

SEASON REVIEW

HONOLULU - Ronnie Hillman ran for 178 yards and four touchdowns, including a two-yard score with 1:09 remaining to lift San Diego State past Fresno State 35-28 Saturday night at Qualcomm Stadium in the Bulldogs’ season finale. Fresno State led 21-0 in the second quarter, but saw that lead disappear when the Aztecs scored 28 unanswered points over the second and third quarters. The Bulldogs tied the game at 28 early in the fourth on a two-yard touchdown run from Robbie Rouse, but SDSU drove down 66 yards in the final two minutes to get the game winning score. The `Dogs end the year with a 4-9 record while San Diego State finishes bowl eligible at 8-4. “I thought our kids played with great effort tonight and give San Diego State credit,” head coach Hill said. “We had our opportunities to win that football game and just didn’t get it done tonight.” Fresno State appeared it would have a chance to tie the game in the final minute. Isaiah Burse returned the kickoff after the Aztec go-ahead score 47 yards to the SDSU 47yard line. Following a nine-yard completion to Josh Harper and an incomplete pass, Bulldog quarterback Derek Carr was intercepted by Larry Parker on a deflected pass at the 24-yard line to end the game. Carr and the Bulldog offense enjoyed a strong opening half to jump out to the 21-0 lead. He had 213 yards passing and two TDs in the first 30 minutes where the `Dogs had 213 yards, but Hillman and the Aztecs battled back at the end of the half to cut that lead down to 21-14. Carr finished with 336 yards on 19-of-35 passing and those two TDs. It was his fourth 300yard game this year and he finished the season with 3,544 passing, the third most in a year in school history. “It’s [the loss] definitely going to weight on my shoulders this offseason,” Carr said. “I’m going to go out there this offseason and work as hard as I can - I’m going to outwork everybody - and get ready for next year. I’m going to come out 10 times better than I was this year.” Hillman finished with the 178 yards rushing on 29 attempts to lead the Aztecs who racked up 496 yards of offense. SDSU quarterback Ryan Lindley had 281 yards on 21-of-40 passing. The Bulldogs had a number of big plays early. Offensive lineman Cody Wichmann blocked a 51-yard field goal attempt and Isaiah Green picked it up and returned it 59-yards for a touchdown to start the scoring. Then early in the second, Carr hit Jalen Saunders for an 88-yard touchdown pass. His final TD of the quarter and the game was a 23-yard strike to Josh Harper. Saunders became the seventh Bulldog in program history to go over 1,000 yards receiving. He had three catches for 105 yards - his fifth 100-yard receiving game this year - and he had a TD reception in each of the last seven games. On the year, Saunders caught 50 passes for 1,065 yards and 12 scores. Junior running back Robbie Rouse only had 56 yards on the ground, his lowest output of the season. He finishes the year with a single-season school record 329 carries for 1,549 yards and 13 touchdowns. His rushing total is the third-best in school history and with one year of eligibility remaining, Rouse only needs 317 yards to become the school’s all-time leading rusher (has 3,157 yards in his career). “This loss should hurt and we all should not want to feel this anymore, so going into this offseason we all should be hungry and ready to take on next season,” Rouse said. Rouse was asked after the game if he had any inclination to forgo his senior season and enter the NFL Draft. “I would like to get my degree and also I wouldn’t want to end on this note, it wouldn’t feel

The 2011 football season was Fresno State’s last year in the Western Athletic Conference and saw the ’Dogs finish in a tie for fourth place with a 3-4 WAC record and 4-9 overall mark. Not only was 2011 season Fresno State’s final in the WAC, but it also closed out the Pat Hill era. In 15 seasons, Hill guided the Bulldogs to a 112-80 (.583) record, 11 winning seasons and 11 bowl games. The nine losses in 2011 were the most in school history and four of those losses were by one score or less. Despite the down year record wise, a number of individuals had banner seasons. Quarterback Derek Carr set a Fresno State record for most passing yards by a sophomore with 3,544 yards. Running back Robbie Rouse, who ranked ninth nationally with 1,549 rushing yards, set a new school record for most rushing yards in back-to-back seasons. Rouse also set a new Fresno State single-season record with 329 rushing attempts, which was the second most in the FBS in 2011. He went on to collect first-team All-WAC honors. Joining him on the All-WAC first team were five other Bulldogs, as Fresno State’s six first-team selections were the second most in the conference. Offensively, left tackle Bryce Harris and wide receiver Jalen Saunders made the first team. On defense it was Logan Harrell and Travis Brown and then kicker Kevin Goessling was selected first-team All-WAC for the third-straight season. Goessling became the school’s all-time leading scorer in 2011, closing out his career with 373 points. Carr and Devon Wylie, as a special teams performer, were both named to the second team. Wylie went on to collect All-America honors from Yahoo! Sports (thirdteam) and Sports Illustrated (honorable mention) as a punt returner. He finished fourth in the FBS with a 15.38 average on 29 punt returns and he brought two back for touchdowns - a 79 yarder vs. No. 5 Boise State and a 67 yarder at No. 10 Nebraska. In April, Wylie was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth round witth the 107th overall pick. For Harris, his first-team selection capped off his stellar career. He was an anchor for the Bulldog offensive line, as he started in 39-straight games to close out his career. He was also named to the 2011 Capital One Academic All-District Football first-team for District 8 along with teammate Zak Hill. Saunders led the WAC wtih 12 touchdown catches and he had 50 catches for 1,065 yards, becoming just the seventh Bulldog to go over 1,000 yards receiving in a season. He ranked No. 2 nationally by averaging 21.3 yards per reception. Harrell’s first team selection is his second in a row, as he was also selected there in 2010. One of the best defensive tackles in the nation, he was second in the conference with 17 tackles for a loss this season - a number that is tied for the third-most in Fresno State single-season history. Brown, who was a second team selection in 2010, led the Bulldogs with 85 tackles this year and both he and Harrell were once named the WAC Defensive Player of the Week during the season. The year started off with a tough 36-21 loss to Cal at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. Fresno State then traveled to No. 10 Nebraska and held a 20-14 lead in the third quarter before eventually falling 42-29. The ’Dogs then won back-to-back games over North Dakota and at Idaho in the WAC opener. Carr threw for 371 yards and five touchdowns in the win at Idaho. Fresno State then returned home for five-straight home games. The ’Dogs lost the first two to Ole Miss, the first-ever SEC team to visit Bulldog Stadium, and No. 5 Boise State, the highest-ever ranked team to visit Bulldog Stadium. Fresno State concluded the home stretch with a come-from-behind 31-21 victory over Utah State. That win put Fresno State at 2-0 in league play heading to Reno to take on the Nevada Wolf Pack. Costly turnovers cost Fresno State this game, as Nevada won 45-38. Fresno State went on to lose its next two games - 41-21 to La Tech at home and 45-38 at New Mexico State - to remove the team from bowl eligibility. Sitting at 3-7, Fresno State went to Honolulu and defeated Hawai’i 24-21, but the momentum from that win didn’t carry over. The Bulldogs ended up losing their final two games of the season, 27-24 vs. San Jose State and 3528 at San Diego State, to finish 4-9 on the year. Rouse was named the teams’ MVP at the end of the season banquet. Linebacker Jeremiah Toma received the Most Inspiration award while Zak Hill and Harris were the recipients of the Director’s Academic Award. Linebacker Patirck Su’a was named the Special Team’s Player of the Year. The team captains for the season were Carr (offense), Toma (defense) and Su’a (special teams). Defensively, the Most Valuable Lineman award went to Harrell and the

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FRESNO WEBER STATE

OREGON

COLORADO

TULSA

Sept. 1, 2012 Fresno, Calif. 7:00 p.m. PT General Information

Location.......................... Ogden, Utah Founded......................................1889 Enrollment................................24,000 Nickname..............................Wildcats Colors..........................Purple & White Affiliation..........NCAA Division I - FCS Conference............................. Big Sky President..................Dr. F. Ann Millner Athletic Director............... Jerry Bovee

Stadium Information

Stadium....................Stewart Stadium Capacity...................................17,500 Surface..........................................Turf

Coaching Staff

OPPONENTS

Sept. 15, 2012 Fresno, Calif. 5:00 p.m. PT - Ag Night General Information

General Information

Stadium Information

Stadium Information

Stadium Information

Stadium.......................... Folsom Field Capacity...................................53,613 Surface............................. SportGrass

Stadium......H.A. Champman Stadium Capacity...................................30,000 Surface..........................................Turf

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Location..........................Eugene, Ore. Founded......................................1876 Enrollment................................24,000 Nickname..................................Ducks Colors......................Green and Yellow Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference.............................. Pac-12 President..................Richard Lariviere Athletic Director...............Rob Mullens Stadium..................... Autzen Stadium Capacity...................................54,000 Surface.................................. FieldTurf Head Coach....................... Chip Kelly Career Record (Yrs)................. 35-6(3) At School (Yrs)......................... 35-6(3) Assistant Coaches Nick Aliotti....................... DC/OLBs Jerry Azzinaro............................. DL Gary Campbell......................... RBs Scott Frost.............................. WRs Steve Greatwood.......................OL Mark Helfrich..................... OC/QBs John Neal..................................... S Tom Osborne.................... STC/TEs Don Pellum................................ ILB

Team Information

Team Information

Location........................Boulder, Colo. Founded......................................1876 Enrollment................................30,196 Nickname.............................Buffaloes Colors.................. Silver, Gold & Black Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference.............................. Pac-12 President......................Bruce Benson Athletic Director................. Mike Bohn

Head Coach/DC............ John Embree Career Record (Yrs)................. 3-10(1) At School (Yrs)......................... 3-10(1) Assistant Coaches Rip Scherer.Asst. Head Coach/QBs Eric Bieniemy.................... OC/RBs Greg Brown............................ DC/S J.D. Brookhart..................... TEs/ST Brian Cabral............................. LBs Bobby Kennedy...................... WRs Steve Marshall............................OL Kanavis McGhee......... DL/ST Asst. Mike Tuiasosopo........................ DL

Team Information

2011 Record.................................. 5-6 Conference Record/Finish....5-3/T-3rd Basic Offense......................... Multiple Basic Defense............................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost......... 37/15 Starters Returning/Lost............... 15/8

2011 Record................................ 13-2 Conference Record/Finish....... 8-1/1st Basic Offense...................................... Basic Defense..................................... Lettermen Returning/Lost................... Starters Returning/Lost.......................

2011 Record................................ 3-10 Conference Record/Finish.... 2-7/T-5th .....................................South Division Basic Offense...................................... Basic Defense..................................... Lettermen Returning/Lost................... Starters Returning/Lost.......................

Sports Information

Sports Information

Sports Information

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Time 9/1 at Fresno State 8 p.m. 9/8 at BYU 1 p.m. 9/15 McNeese State 6 p.m. 9/22 Eastern Washington 6 p.m. 9/29 at UC Davis 7 p.m. 10/5 Cal Poly 6 p.m. 10/13 at Sacramento State 7 p.m. 10/20 at Southern Utah 1 p.m. 11/3 Montana 1:30 p.m. 11/10 Northern Colorado 1:30 p.m. 11/17 at Idaho State 4 p.m. - All Times Mountain

Sept. 22, 2012 Tulsa, Okla. 5:00 p.m. PT

General Information

Head Coach/DC................Jody Sears Career Record (Yrs).........First Season At School (Yrs).................First Season Assistant Coaches Matt Hammer.................... OC/RBs Jason Belford............................. DL Eric Lewis.................................CBs Justin Rascati...........................QBs Ted Stanley................................TEs Craig Stutzmann..................... WRs Cotton Swan............................ LBs Cecil Thomas.............................OL

Football SID.........................Paul Grua Office............................801-626-7414 E-Mail.....................pgrua@weber.edu Fax................................801-626-6490

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Sept. 8, 2012 Eugene, Ore. 7:00 p.m. PT

Football SID..................David Williford Office............................541-346-2251 E-Mail.....................diw@uoregon.edu Fax.......................................................

Football SID....................... David Plati Office............................303-492-5626 E-Mail......... david.plati@colorado.edu Fax................................303-492-5626

2012 Schedule

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Time 9/1 Arkansas State 7:30 p.m. 9/8 Fresno State 3:30 p.m. 9/15 Tennessee Tech 12 p.m. 9/22 Arizona TBA 9/29 at Washington State TBA 10/6 Washington TBA 10/18 at Arizona State 6 p.m. 10/27 Colorado TBA 11/03 at USC TBA 11/10 at California TBA 11/17 Stanford TBA 11/24 at Oregon State TBA - All Times Pacific

Date Opponent 9/1 at Colorado State 9/8 Sacramento State 9/15 at Fresno State 9/22 at Washington State 9/29 UCLA 10/11 Arizona State 10/20 at USC 10/27 at Oregon 11/3 Stanford 11/10 at Arizona 11/17 Washington 11/23 Utah - All Times Mountain

Time 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA TBA 7 p.m. TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 1 p.m.

Location............................ Tulsa, Okla. Founded......................................1894 Enrollment..................................4,100 Nickname............... Golden Hurricane Colors.Old Gold, Royal Blue, Crimson Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference...............Conference USA President.......... Dr. Steadman Upham Athletic Director............ Ross Parmley

Head Coach.............. Bill Blankenship Career Record (Yrs)................... 8-5(1) At School (Yrs)........................... 8-5(1) Assistant Coaches Brent Guy........................... DC/LBs Adam Blankenship................... DEs Jess Loepp................................... S Calvin Thibodeaux....................DTs Darnell Walker, Sr.....................CBs Greg Peterson...................OC/WRs Scott Downing. Asst. Head Coach/ ............................... TEs/ ST Coord. Denver Johnson............ Asst. Head Coach/................................................. OL Dan Bitson................................ RBs Press Taylor........... Grad Asst./QBs

Team Information

2011 Record.................................. 8-5 Conference Record/Finish............ 7-1/ ...............................2nd-West Division Basic Offense....... Spread No-Huddle Basic Defense............................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost......... 41/19 Starters Returning/Lost............. 13/10

Sports Information

Football SID................. Don Tomkalski Office............................918-631-3200 E-Mail.. donald-tomkalski@utulsa.edu Fax................................918-631-5513

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent 9/1 at Iowa State 9/8 Tulane 9/15 Nicholls State 9/22 Fresno State 9/29 at UAB 10/6 at Marshall 10/11 UTEP 10/20 Rice 11/03 at Arkansas 11/10 at Houston 11/17 UCF 11/24 at SMU - All Times Central

2012

Time TBA 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. TBA 2:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 2:30 p.m. TBA 4 p.m. TBA TBA


O STATE SAN DIEGO STATE

COLORADO STATE

BOISE STATE

WYOMING

Sept. 29, 2012 Fresno, Calif. 7 p.m. PT

Oct. 6, 2012 Fort Collins, Colo. 4 p.m. PT

Oct. 13, 2012 Boise, Idaho 12:30 p.m. PT

Oct. 20, 2012 Fresno, Calif. 7:30 p.m. PT

General Information

Location....................San Diego, Calif. Founded......................................1897 Enrollment................................35,887 Nickname.................................Aztecs Colors..................... Scarlet and Black Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference..................Mountian West President.................... Elliot Hirshman Athletic Director................... Jim Sterk

General Information

Location..................Fort Collins, Colo. Founded......................................1870 Enrollment................................25,500 Nickname.................................. Rams Colors........................ Green and Gold Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference..................Mountain West President............Dr. Anthony A. Frank Athletic Director............. Jack Graham

Stadium Information

Stadium Information

Stadium...............Qualcomm Stadium Capacity...................................54,000 Surface..........................Natural Grass

Stadium....................Hughes Stadium Capacity...................................32,500 Surface.................................. FieldTurf

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach/DC.............. Rocky Long Career Record (Yrs)............. 65-69(11) At School (Yrs).................................(1) Assistant Coaches Andy Ludwig...................... OC/TEs Jeff Horton.Asst. Head Coach/RBs Dan Finn.....................................OL Daniel Gonzales........................... S Osia Lewis.................................. DL LeCharls McDaniel............ WRs/ST Kevin McGarry......................... LBs Brian Snipe...............................QBs Tony White................................CBs

Team Information

2011 Record.................................. 8-5 Conference Record/Finish....... 4-3/4th Basic Offense...................................... Basic Defense..................................... Lettermen Returning/Lost................... Starters Returning/Lost.......................

Sports Information

Football SID......................... Mike May Office............................619-594-5547 E-Mail...............mmay@mail.sdsu.edu Fax................................619-582-6541 Date Opponent 9/1 at Washington 9/8 Army 9/15 North Dakota 9/22 San Jose State 9/29 at Fresno State 10/6 Hawai’i 10/13 Colorado State 10/20 at Nevada 10/27 UNLV 11/3 at Boise State 11/10 Air Force 11/24 at Wyoming - All Times Pacific

2013

Time 7:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. TBA TBA TBA 5 p.m. TBA 7:30 p.m. TBA 7:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. TBA

Team Information

2011 Record.................................. 3-9 Conference Record/Finish.... 1-6/T-6th Basic Offense...................................... Basic Defense..................................... Lettermen Returning/Lost................... Starters Returning/Lost.......................

Sports Information

Football SID....................... Zak Gilbert Office............................970-491-5067 E-Mail........ zak.gilbert@colostate.edu Fax.......................................................

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Time 9/1 Colorado 1 p.m. 9/8 North Dakota State TBA 9/15 at San Jose State TBA 9/22 Utah State TBA 9/29 at Air Force TBA 10/6 Fresno State TBA 10/13 at San Diego State TBA 10/27 Hawai’i TBA 11/3 at Wyoming TBA 11/10 UNLV TBA 11/17 at Boise State 12:30 p.m. 11/24 New Mexico TBA - All Times Pacific

Location...........................Boise, Idaho Founded......................................1932 Enrollment................................19,664 Nickname.............................. Broncos Colors.......................Orange and Blue Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference..................Mountain West President............Dr. Robert W. Kustra Athletic Director................ Mark Coyle

Stadium Information

Stadium.....................Bronco Stadium Capacity...................................37,000 Surface....................... Blue Astro Play

Coaching Staff

Head Coach/DC.......... Chris Petersen Career Record (Yrs)................. 73-6(6) At School (Yrs)......................... 73-6(6) Assistant Coaches Chris Strausser........... Assoc. Head Coach/ ................................................ OL Bob Gregory..... Asst. Head Coach/ .............................................. LB&N Pete Kwiatkowski.......................DC Robert Prince....................OC/WRs Andy Avalos............................... DL Keith Bhonapha....................... RBs Scott Huff................ TEs/ST Coord. Jimmy Lake....... S/Def. Pass Game Coord. Jonathan Smith........................QBs Andrew Browning......Defensive GA Louis Rodriguez.........Offensive GA

Team Information

2011 Record................................ 12-1 Conference Record/Finish...... 6-1/2nd Basic Offense......................... Multiple Basic Defense........................ Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost......... 48/20 Starters Returning/Lost............. 12/17

Sports Information

Football SID......................Max Corbet Office............................208-426-1515 E-Mail..........mcorbet@boisestate.edu Fax................................208-426-1288

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Time 8/31 at Michigan State 5 p.m. 9/15 Miami(Ohio) 1 p.m. 9/20 BYU 6 p.m. 9/29 at New Mexico TBA 10/6 at Southern Miss TBA 10/13 Fresno State 12:30 p.m. 10/20 UNLV 12:30 p.m. 10/27 at Wyoming 12:30 p.m. 11/3 San Diego State 7:30 p.m. 11/10 at Hawai’i 4 p.m. 11/17 Colorado State 12:30 p.m. 12/01 at Nevada TBA - All Times Pacific

General Information

Location........................Laramie, Wyo. Founded......................................1886 Enrollment................................13,476 Nickname................ Cowboys, Pokes Colors....................... Brown and Gold Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference..................Mountain West President............... Dr. Tom Buchanan Athletic Director.............. Tom Burman

Stadium Information

Stadium.......... War Memorial Stadium Capacity...................................29,181 Surface......... Desso Challenge Pro 60

Coaching Staff

Head Coach........... Dave Christensen Career Record (Yrs)............... 18-20(3) At School (Yrs)....................... 18-20(3) Assistant Coaches Gregg Brandon.................. OC/QBs Pete Kaligis...... Asst. Head Coach/ ........................................... OL/RBs Jim Harding.. Running Game Coor./ ...................................................OL Jason Ray............................... WRs Derek Sage.............................. WRs Chris Tormey.......................... DC/S Robin Ross..............ST Coord./LBs Matt Rahl.................................... DL Derrick LeBlanc.......................... DL

Team Information

2011 Record.................................. 8-5 Conference Record/Finish.......5-2/3rd Basic Offense.......................... Spread Basic Defense.................4/3, Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost......... 41/18 Starters Returning/Lost............. 13/12

Sports Information

Football SID......................Tim Harkins Office............................307-766-2321 E-Mail.................. tharkins@uwyo.edu Fax.......................................................

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Time 9/1 at Texas TBA 9/8 Toledo 1 p.m. 9/15 Cal Poly 3 p.m. 9/22 at Idaho 2 p.m. 10/6 at Nevada TBA 10/13 Air Force TBA 10/20 at Fresno State 7 p.m. 10/27 Boise State 12:30 p.m. 11/3 Colorado State TBA 11/10 at New Mexico TBA 11/17 at UNLV TBA 11/24 San Diego Sate TBA - All Times Pacific

OPPONENTS

2012 Schedule

Head Coach................. Jim McElwain Career Record (Yrs)..............First Year At School (Yrs)......................First Year Assistant Coaches Dave Baldwin............................ OC Marty English............... Co-DC/LBs Derek Frazier..............................OL Jeff Hammerschmidt..... ST Coord./ RBs Greg Lupfer................................ DL Billy Napier.Asst. Head Coach/QBs Al Simmons......................... Co-DC Tim Skipper ............................. LBs Alvis Whitted........................... WRs

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Nov. 3, 2012 Fresno, Calif. 4:00 p.m. PT

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Location................ Albuquerque, N.M. Founded......................................1889 Enrollment................................25,767 Nickname..................................Lobos Colors...................... Cherry and Silver Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference..................Mountian West President........... Dr David J. Schmidly Athletic Director................. Paul Krebs Stadium................ University Stadium Capacity...................................39,224 Surface...................................... Grass Head Coach....................... Bob Davie Career Record (Yrs)............... 35-25(5) At School (Yrs)......................First Year Assistant Coaches Bob DeBesse.................... OC/QBs Jeff Mills.............................DC/DBs Kevin Cosgrove....................... ILBs Colman Hutlzer................ OLBs/ST Jason Lenzmeier........................OL Archie McDaniel......................... DL DeAndre Smith......................... RBs Taylor Stubblefield................... WRs Derek Warehime........................TEs 2011 Record................................ 1-11 Conference Record/Finish.... 1-6/T-6th Basic Offense......................... Multiple Basic Defense............................... 3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost......... 46/23 Starters Returning/Lost............... 16/9

Sports Information

OPPONENTS

Football SID.................Greg Archuleta Cell...............................505-440-3366 E-Mail.....................garchsr@unm.edu Fax.......................................................

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Date Opponent 9/1 Southern 9/8 at Texas 9/15 at Texas Tech 9/22 at New Mexico State 9/29 Boise State 10/6 Texas State 10/13 at Hawai’i 10/20 at Air Force 10/27 Fresno State 11/3 at UNLV 11/10 Wyoming 11/17 Nevada 11/24 at Colorado State - All Times Pacific

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Location...................Honolulu, Hawai’i Founded......................................1907 Enrollment................................20,000 Nickname.............................. Warriors Colors.Green, Black, White and Silver Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference..................Mountain West President..............M.R.C. Greenwood Athletic Director..............Jim Donovan Stadium....................... Aloha Stadium Capacity...................................50,000 Surface.................................. FieldTurf Head Coach.................... Norm Chow Career Record (Yrs)..............First Year At School (Yrs)......................First Year Assistant Coaches Tommy Lee................................ OC Thom Kaumeyer.........................DC Chris Demarest.............. ST Coord. Keith Uperesa........................... RBs Chris Wiesehan..........................OL Philip Rauscher.........................TEs Tony Tuioti................................ LBs Daronte Jones.............................. S Lewis Powell.............................. DL 2011 Record.................................. 6-7 Conference Record/Finish.... 3-4/T-4th Basic Offense.......................Pro-Style Basic Defense............................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost......... 54/24 Starters Returning/Lost............. 14/14

Sports Information

Football SID...................Derek Inouchi Office............................808-956-7523 E-Mail.................. inouchi@hawaii.edu Fax.......................................................

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Time 9/1 at USC 4:30 p.m. 9/15 Lamar 9 p.m. 9/22 Nevada 7:30 p.m. 9/28 at Brigham Young 5 p.m. 10/6 at San Diego State 5 p.m. 10/13 New Mexico 9 p.m. 10/27 at Colorado State 4 p.m. 11/3 at Fresno State 4 p.m. 11/10 Boise State 5 p.m. 11/16 at Air Force 6:30 p.m. 11/24 UNLV 9 p.m. 12/1 South Alabama 9 p.m. - All Times Pacific

Location............................. Reno, Nev. Founded......................................1896 Enrollment................................17,000 Nickname............................Wolf Pack Colors............... Navy Blue and Silver Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference..................Mountain West President................ Dr. Marc Johnson Athletic Director................. Cary Groth Stadium.................................. Mackay Capacity...................................29,993 Surface.................................. FieldTurf Head Coach/DC.................. Chris Ault Career Record (Yrs)...... 226-103-1(28) At School (Yrs).............. 226-103-1(28) Assistant Coaches Ken Wilson.... Assoc. Head Coach/ LBs Mike Bradeson....................... DC/S Larry Lewis............. ST Coord./RBs Nick Rolovich.................... OC/QBs Scott Baumgartner.................. WRs Darren Hiller...............................OL Barry Sacks................................ DL James Spady.............TEs/Asst. OL James Ward.............................CBs

Team Information

2011 Record.................................. 7-6 Conference Record/Finish..... 5-2/2nd, ................................................... WAC Basic Offense.............................Pistol Basic Defense............................... 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost............. 31/ Starters Returning/Lost................. 14/

Sports Information

Football SID....................Chad Hartley Office............................775-682-6982 E-Mail...................... hartleyc@unr.edu Fax................................775-784-4386

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Time 9/1 at California 12 p.m. 9/8 USF 12:30 p.m. 9/15 Northwestern State TBA 9/22 at Hawai’i 7:30 p.m. 9/29 at Texas State TBA 10/6 Wyoming TBA 10/13 at UNLV TBA 10/20 San Diego State 7:30 p.m. 10/26 at Air Force 5 p.m. 11/10 Fresno State 7:30 p.m. 11/17 at New Mexico TBA 12/01 Boise State TBA - All Times Pacific

Location........ Colorado Springs, Colo. Founded......................................1954 Enrollment..................................4,000 Nickname............................... Falcons Colors..........................Blue and Silver Affiliation.......... NCAA Division I - FBS Conference..................Mountain West Superintendent......... Lt. Gen. Michael Gould Athletic Director...........Dr. Hans Mueh Stadium..................... Falcon Stadium Capacity...................................46,692 Surface.................................. FieldTurf Head Coach...................Troy Calhoun Career Record (Yrs)............... 41-24(5) At School (Yrs)....................... 41-25(5) Assistant Coaches Ron Burton................................. DL Jake Campbell..Asst. Off Backfield Clay Hendrix.. Assoc. Head Coach/ ............................................ OC/OL Ben Miller............... RBs/ST Coord. Blane Morgan.................... OC/QBs Jake Moreland...........................TEs Lt. Col. Bill Price...............Off. Asst. Capt. John Rudzinski.............. OLB Steve Russ....... Asst. Head Coach/ ........................................ Co-DC/ S Lt. Col. Darryl Sumrall.. JV/Var Asst Mike Thiessen.. Asst. Head Coach/ ..........................................OC/WRs Charlton Warren......... Assoc. Head .......................................Coach/DC Matt Weikert.............................. ILB

Team Information

2011 Record.................................. 7-6 Conference Record/Finish....... 3-4/5th Basic Offense......................... Multiple Basic Defense........................ Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost......... 51/24 Starters Returning/Lost............... 5/17

Sports Information

Football SID...................Troy Garnhart Office............................719-333-9263 E-Mail...........troy.garnhart@usafa.edu Fax................................719-333-3798

2012 Schedule

Date Opponent Time 9/1 Idaho State TBA 9/8 at Michigan 12:30 p.m. 9/22 at UNLV TBA 9/29 Colorado State TBA 10/6 Navy 8:30 a.m. 10/13 at Wyoming TBA 10/20 New Mexico TBA 10/26 Nevada 5 p.m. 11/3 at Army 9 a.m. 11/10 at San Diego State 12:30 p.m. 11/16 Hawai’i 6:30 p.m. 11/24 at Fresno State 12:30 p.m. - All Times Pacific

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OFFENSIVE TEAM RECORDS RUSHING Most Rushes: Game: ..71, vs. Pacific, 1991; San Jose State, 1991 Season: ................................................... 655, 1991

TOTAL OFFENSE Most plays (passing and rushing) Game:...............................102, vs. Utah State, 1987 Season:................................................ 1,066, 2001

Most Net Yards Gained: Game:.................................... 503, vs. Hawai`i, 2004 Season:................................................. 3,501, 1991

Most yards gained Game:............................757, vs. New Mexico, 1991 Season:................................................. 7,022, 2001

Most net yards lost: ........ 83, vs. Bowling Green, 1983

Highest average per play Game:.....................................9.3, vs. Nevada, 2007 Season:..................................................... 7.2, 2007

Highest average per rush Game:.............................9.0, vs. New Mexico, 1991 Season:..................................................... 6.0, 1952 Highest average per game Season:................................................. 281.9, 1952 Most touchdowns Game:................................9, vs. New Mexico, 1991 Season:...................................................... 44, 1991 PASSING

Most attempts Game:.................................70, vs. Utah State, 1987 Season:.................................................... 533, 2001 Most completions Game:.................................40, vs. Utah State, 1987 Season:.................................................... 344, 2001 Most had intercepted Game:.....7, vs. Idaho State, 1968; Humboldt State, 1968 Season:...................................... 30, 1951 and 1975 Most yards gained Game:..................................... 536, vs. Pacific, 1987 Season:................................................. 4,839, 2001 Highest pct. Game:........................... .813 (13-16), vs. Rice, 1999 Season:................................................... .649, 1999

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Most yards per game Season:................................................. 348.3, 2001

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Most touchdowns Game: ..................... 6, vs. Long Beach State, 1978; ........................................ vs. San Jose State, 1999; .................................................vs. Utah State, 2001 Season:...................................................... 46, 2001 Fewest sacks allowed Season:...................................................... 12, 2006

Highest average per game Season:................................................. 537.1, 1991 PUNTING Most punts Game:..................... 13, vs. Long Beach State, 1983 Season:...................................................... 87, 2003

MISCELLANEOUS Most first downs Game:.......37, vs. N. Illinois, 1991; vs. New Mexico, 1993 Season:.................................................... 343, 1991 Most first downs, rushing Game:....................................... 25, vs. Pacific, 1991 Season: ..................................................... 95, 1991 Most first downs, passing Game:.......................... 21, vs. Bowling Green, 1982 Season:.................................................... 173, 1993 Most first downs, penalty:..... 6, vs. San Jose State, 1981 Most penalties Game:......................... 22, vs. San Jose State, 1981 Season:.................................................... 136, 1970

Most yards Game:................................. 412, vs. Colorado, 2001 Season:................................................. 3,252, 2003

Most penalty yards Game:....................... 194, vs. San Jose State, 1981 Season:................................................. 1,051, 1977

Highest average per punt Game:.......................... 54 vs. San Jose State, 2009 Season:................................................... 44.7, 2009

Most fumbles Season:...................................................... 56, 1977

PUNT RETURNS

Most fumbles lost Game:..........................6, vs. San Diego State, 1940 Season:...................................................... 30, 1978

Most yards returned Game:............................ 253, vs. Weber State, 2005 Season:.................................................... 636, 2001

SCORING Most Touchdowns Game Rushing: .......9, vs. New Mexico, 1991; vs. Hawai`i, 2004 Passing: .. 6, vs. Long Beach State, 1978; San Jose State, 1999 Season: ........................................ 68, 1991 and ‘92

Most punt returns Game:............................ 8, vs. Bowling Green, 1982 Season:.................................51, 2x, 1986 and 2003

Highest average per return Game:....................................... 50.6, vs. Utah, 1990 Season:............................... 18.6, (33 for 614), 2005 KICKOFF RETURNS Most kickoff returns Game:............................... 10, vs. Boise State, 2011 Season:...................................................... 80, 2011 Most yards returned Game:.................. 390, vs. New Mexico State, 2007 Season:................................................. 1,643, 2011 Highest average per return Season:............................. 26.8 (58 for 1,556), 2007

Most points after touchdown Game: ...............................13, vs. New Mexico, 1991 Season: ..................................................... 66, 1991 Most field goals Game:...................................5, vs. Utah State, 1984 Season:...................................................... 23, 2001 Most consecutive field goals:.......................... 15, 2009 Most points by half First half:................66, vs. New Mexico, 1991 (66-7) Second half:............. 40, vs. Washburn, 1965 (54-0) Most total points Game:..............................94, vs. New Mexico, 1991 Season:.................................................... 560, 2001

RICHARD MARSHALL

ADAM JENNINGS

SCHOOL RECORD HOLDER: INT RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN

2005 FIRST TEAM ALL-WAC

MIKE MAN

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RUSHING Fewest rushes Game:............................ 15, vs. Hawai`i, 2002 Season:.......................................... 394, 1985 Fewest net yards Game:..............38, vs. San Diego State, 2002 Season:.......................................... 471, 1942 Lowest average per rush Game:................... 1.6 (41 in 26 attempts), vs. Sacramento State, 2007 Season: ................... 2.4 (462 for 1097), 1986 Fewest rushing touchdowns:................ 11, 1989 Fewest average rushing yards per game:..... 47.1, 1942 PASSING

Fewest attempts Game:............................................0, by many Season:.......................................... 142, 1942 Fewest completions Game:............................................0, by many Season:............................................ 49, 1942 Passes intercepted Game:....................... 7, vs. Idaho State, 1968 Season:............................................ 35, 1968 Fewest passing yards per game Season:......................................... 44.0, 1942

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Fewest touchdowns passes:..............0, by many TOTAL DEFENSE Fewest rushing and pass plays Game:............................26, vs. Whittier, 1942 Season:.......................................... 582, 1957 Fewest yards gained Game:............................18, vs. Whittier, 1942 Season:.......................................... 911, 1942 Lowest average per play Game:.........................0.69, vs. Whittier, 1942 Season:.............................. 3.2 (713 for 2323) Fewest yards per game:.................... 91.1, 1942 SCORING Fewest points allowed Game:....................................... 0, many times Season:............................................ 44, 1924 Fewest touchdowns allowed:................ 23, 1998 INTERCEPTIONS Season:.............................................. 35, 1968 FEWEST RETURN YARDS Game:..............................................0, by many Season:.............................................. 30, 1997

PUNTING Most times opponent forced to punt Game:.. 13, vs. Drake, 1946; vs. CS Fullerton, 1991 Season:............................................ 90, 1989 Lowest average per punt Game (min. 5):...........30.0, vs. Cal Poly, 1980 Season:......................................... 33.0, 1965 PUNT RETURNS Fewest punt returns allowed.............. 7, 2005 Fewest yards returned allowed........ 27, 2004 Lowest average per return:........... 16.4, 1979 MISCELLANEOUS Fewest total first downs Game:........................... 1, vs. Ford Ord, 1942 Most penalties against opponent Game:............................18, vs. Nevada, 2004 Season:.......................................... 116, 1983 Most yards penalized Game:......... 160, vs. Long Beach State, 1983 Season:....................................... 1,035, 1986 Most fumbles:..................................... 51, 1977 Fewest fumbles lost:..................... 4 (of 9), 2006 Most fumbles lost: .............................. 29, 1977 Most fumbles by opponent:.. 15, vs. Boise State, 1977

RON COX

STEVE CORDLE

1989 BIG WEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

1981 FIRST TEAM ALL-PCAA

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ANNUAL LEADERS Annual Passing Yardage Leaders Year Player Comp. Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Cl. 1947 Montgomery 853

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1950 Scales 738 1951 Sommers 556 1952 Bistrick 790

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1978 Bill Yancy 66 1979 Sergio Toscano 76 1980 Sergio Toscano 121 1981 Jeff Tedford 132 1982 Jeff Tedford 184 1983 Kevin Sweeney 166 1984 Kevin Sweeney 227 1985 Kevin Sweeney 186 1986 Kevin Sweeney 160 1987 Dave Telford 202 1988 Mark Barsotti 116 1989 Mark Barsotti 138 1990 Mark Barsotti 182 1991 Mark Barsotti 123 1992 Trent Dilfer 188 1993 Trent Dilfer 254 1994 Richie Donati 152 1995 Richie Donati 141 1996 Jim Arellanes 173 1997 Billy Volek 178 1998 Billy Volek 151 1999 Billy Volek 249 2000 David Carr 216 2001 David Carr 344 2002 Paul Pinegar 230 2003 Paul Pinegar 174 2004 Paul Pinegar 173 2005 Paul Pinegar 265 2006 Tom Brandstater 146

161 142 247 250 348 334 421 314 284 351 232 262 346 191 360 396 263 254 281 318 261 383 349 533 403 294 292 416 268

41.0 1,083 53.5 1,084 49.0 1,476 52.8 1,879 52.9 2,994 49.7 2,359 53.9 3,259 59.2 2,789 56.3 2,363 57.5 2,589 50.0 1,795 52.7 1,987 52.6 2,534 64.4 1,777 52.2 3,000 64.1 3,799 57.8 2,254 55.5 1,890 61.6 2,487 56.0 1,853 57.9 1,973 65.0 2,706 61.9 2,729 64.5 4,839 57.1 2,929 59.2 1,773 59.2 2,099 63.7 3,335 54.5 1,490

10 16 7 5 Fr. 8 11 So. 11 11 Jr. 24 22 Sr. 16 19 Fr. 20 13 So. 17 8 Jr. 15 9 Sr. 12 10 9 11 RFr. 15 12 So. 9 12 Jr. 17 4 Sr. 21 14 So. 30 5 Jr. 11 9 So. 12 11 Jr. 13 14 17 6 So. 10 3 Jr. 30 3 Sr. 23 12 Jr. 46 9 Sr. 20 10 Fr. 11 9 So. 23 15 Jr. 30 15 Sr. 13 14 So.

Year Player Comp. 2007 Tom Brandstater 211 2008 Tom Brandstater 221 2009 Ryan Colburn 181 2010 Ryan Colburn 227 2011 Derek Carr 279

Att. 337 371 298 360 446

Pct. Yards 62.6 2,654 59.6 2,664 60.7 2,459 63.1 2,817 62.6 3,544

Annual Rushing Yardage Leaders Year Player Att. 1947 Vincent Palmo

Yards 197

1950 John Morse 1951 Nick Dokoozlian 1952 Larry Willoughby

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1956 Dean Philpott 1957 Dean Philpott 1958 Dale Messer 1959 Dale Messer 1960 Dale Messer 1961 Kendrick 1962 Long 1963 Hamp 1964 Long 1965 Wilsey 1966 Long 1967 Figueroa 1968 Flores 1969 Jensen 1970 Woodson 1971 Phillips 1972 Miller 1973 Bass 1974 Johnson 1975 Johnson

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RON RIVERS ALL-TIME LEADING RUSHER

KEVIN SWEENEY TWO-TIME PCAA CO-MVP

ANTHONY DAIGLE 35 CAREER RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

HENRY ELLARD 1982 PCAA CO-MVP

AARON CRAVER

CHARLIE JONES

PAUL PINEGAR

TWO-TIME FIRST-TEAM ALL-BIG WEST SELECTION

SCHOOLS ALL-TIME RECEIVING YARDAGE LEADER

2002 WAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

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Year Player Att. Yards Avg. TDs Cl. 1976 Jones 646 1977 Franklin 789 1978 Keith Gooch 108 531 4.9 5 1979 Ken Lovely 182 825 4.2 6 Jr. 1980 Ted Torosian 123 520 4.2 4 Jr. 1981 Ted Torosian 155 639 4.1 3 Sr. 1982 Ken Williams 75 422 5.6 4 Jr. 1983 Ken Williams 91 391 4.3 1 Sr. 1984 Calvin Scruggs 113 343 3.0 2 1985 James Williams 197 1,111 5.6 14 Jr. 1986 James Williams 166 885 5.3 8 Sr. 1987 Kelly Skipper 141 588 4.2 6 1988 Myron Jones 136 746 5.4 10 Jr. 1989 Aaron Craver 247 1,313 5.3 9 Jr. 1990 Aaron Craver 1,003 1991 Ron Rivers 141 989 7.0 5 So. 1992 Ron Rivers 154 1,007 6.5 9 Jr. 1993 Ron Rivers 230 1,477 6.4 14 Sr. 1994 Jerome Oliver 258 1,106 4.3 8 Jr. 1995 Reggie Brown 131 719 5.5 9 1996 Michael Pittman 214 1,132 5.3 13 Jr. 1997 Michael Pittman 238 1,057 4.4 8 Sr. 1998 Jaime Kimbrough 213 1,168 5.5 10 1999 Derrick Ward 147 875 6.0 7 2000 Josh Levi 92 397 4.3 2 2001 Paris Gaines 220 1,044 4.7 8 2002 Rodney Davis 313 1,586 5.1 9 Jr. 2003 Dwayne Wright 190 1,038 5.5 3 Jr. 2004 Bryson Sumlin 191 1,104 5.8 13 Sr. 2005 Wendell Mathis 248 1,313 5.3 15 Sr. 2006 Dwayne Wright 261 1,462 5.6 11 Sr. 2007 Ryan Mathews 145 866 6.0 14 Fr. 2008 Anthony Harding 147 822 5.6 6 Jr. 2009 Ryan Mathews 276 1,808 6.6 19 Jr. 2010 Robbie Rouse 205 1,129 5.5 8 So. 2011 Robbie Rouse 329 1,549 4.7 13 Jr.

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Annual Net Rushing Yardage Leaders (By a QB) Year Player Att. Yards Avg. TDs 1978 Billy Yancy 143 386 2.7 7 1979 Gary Kaiser 32 -13 -0.4 1 1980 Sergio Toscano 59 -42 -0.7 2 1981 Sergio Toscano 24 86 3.6 0 1982 Sergio Toscano 14 -26 -0.5 0 1983 Chris Mendonca 18 19 1.1 0 1984 Eddie Bustamante 6 68 11.3 0 1985 Kevin Sweeney 86 24 0.3 4 1986 Eric Buechele 4 -17 -4.3 0 1987 Eric Buechele 15 -50 -3.3 1 1988 Dave Telford 22 83 3.8 1 1989 Mark Barsotti 87 244 2.8 8 1990 1991 1992 Trent Dilfer 80 90 1.1 2 1993 David Dunn 2 6 3.0 0 1994 Adrian Claiborne 38 51 1.3 0 1995 Richie Donati 22 -16 -0.7 0 1996 Richie Donati 9 -14 -1.6 0 1997 David Carr 5 -21 -4.2 0 1998 Billy Volek 62 -18 -0.3 4 1999 Jeff Grady 4 4 1.0 0 2000 David Carr 74 83 1.1 4 2001 David Carr 94 67 0.7 5 2002 Jeff Grady 4 -9 -2.2 0 2003 Paul Pinegar 43 -18 -0.4 1 2004 Paul Pinegar 46 99 2.2 3 2005 Paul Pinegar 46 59 1.3 3 2006 Tom Brandstater 32 86 2.7 2 2007 Tom Brandstater 48 118 2.5 3 2008 Tom Brandstater 51 -50 01.0 4 2009 Ryan Colburn 66 171 2.6 2 2010 Ryan Colburn 95 75 0.8 3 2011 Derek Carr 57 72 1.3 3

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Annual Receiving Leaders (Catches) Year Player Rec. Yards Avg. TDs Cl. 1978 Wyatt Henderson 30 566 18.9 5 1979 Enis Gilbeau 40 628 15.7 6 Sr. 1980 Ted Torosian 45 447 9.9 3 Jr. 1981 Henry Ellard 39 808 20.7 4 Jr. 1982 Henry Ellard 62 1,510 24.4 15 Sr. 1983 Larry Willis 63 1,009 16.0 6 Jr. 1984 Larry Willis 79 1,251 15.8 8 Sr. 1985 Gene Taylor 32 631 19.7 7 1986 Stephen Baker 33 785 23.8 7 Sr. 1987 Ron Jenkins 76 985 13.0 3 Sr. 1988 Andre Alexander 33 703 21.3 3 Sr. 1989 Dwight Pickens 32 673 21.0 6 Sr. 1990 10.6 4 Sr. 2004 Joe Fernandez 38 546 14.4 4 So. 2005 Joe Fernandez 46 561 12.2 8 Jr. 2006 Chastin West 33 365 11.1 3 RFr. 2007 Marlon Moore 48 694 14.5 5 So. 2008 Seyi Ajirotutu 47 795 16.9 5 Jr. 2009 Seyi Ajirotutu 49 677 13.8 7 Sr. 2010 Jamel Hamler 54 812 15.0 6 Sr. 2011 Devon Wylie 56 716 12.8 1 Sr. Annual Receiving Leaders (Yards) Year Player Yards Rec. 1978 Wyatt Henderson 566 30 1979 Enis Gilbeau 628 40 1980 Henry Ellard 493 28 1981 Henry Ellard 808 39 1982 Henry Ellard 1,510 62 1983 Larry Willis 1,009 63 1984 Larry Willis 1,251 79 1985 Stephen Baker 893 31 1986 Stephen Baker 785 33 1987 Ron Jenkins 985 76 1988 Andre Alexander 703 33 1989 Dwight Pickens 673 32 1990 1991 1992 Malcolm Seabron 994 42 1993 Charlie Jones 897 47 1994 Charlie Jones 871 54 1995 Charlie Jones 1,171 71 1996 Brian Roberson 1,248 79 1997 Anthony Tuker 414 32 1998 Charles Smith 621 42 1999 Rodney Wright 1,062 74 2000 Bernard Berrian 705 43 2001 Rodney Wright 1,630 104 2002 Marque Davis 956 64 2003 Bernard Berrian 668 63 2004 Joe Fernandez 546 38 2005 Paul Williams 729 43 2006 Chastin West 365 33 2007 Marlon Moore 694 48 2008 Seyi Ajirotutu 795 47 2009 Seyi Ajirotutu 677 49 2010 Jamel Hamler 812 54 2011 Jalen Saunders 1,065 50

Avg. 18.9 15.7 17.6 20.7 24.4 16.0 15.8 28.9 23.8 13.0 21.3 21.0

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23.7 19.1 18.0 16.5 16.0 12.9 14.8 14.4 16.4 15.7 14.9 10.6 14.4 17.0 11.1 14.5 16.9 13.8 15.0 21.3

9 Jr. 7 So. 6 Jr. 9 Sr. 5 3 3 RFr. 7 So. 6 So. 11 Sr. 7 Sr. 4 Sr. 4 So. 7 Jr. 3 RFr. 5 So. 5 Jr. 7 Sr. 6 Sr. 12 So.

BILLY VOLEK SCHOOL RECORD HOLDER IN LOWEST INT PERCENTAGE

JOE FERNANDEZ TOP 10 IN RECEIVING TDs

KELLY SKIPPER 1988 FIRST-TEAM ALL-BIG WEST

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O STATE ANNUAL LEADERS Annual Tackle Leaders Year Player Solo Ast. Total Pos. Cl. 1981 Steve Cordle 78 31 101 S 1982 Kevin Johnson 55 42 97 LB Sr. Bobby Stevenson 55 42 97 LB Sr. 1983 1984 Curtis Allen 60 41 101 S 1985 George Petersen 53 41 94 LB 1986 Anthony Nunn 48 45 93 LB Jr. 1987 John O’Leary 60 40 100 LB 1988 Tracy Rogers 70 37 107 LB Sr. 1989 Ron Cox 62 42 104 ROV Jr. 1990 1991 1992 Sam Watson 68 31 99 S 1993 Ron Papazian 84 64 148 LB Jr. 1994 Ron Papazian 79 60 139 LB Sr. 1995 Omar Stoutmire 111 87 198 S Jr. 1996 A.J. Gass 82 68 150 LB Jr. 1997 A.J. Gass 76 47 123 LB Sr. 1998 Tim Skipper 60 48 108 LB So. 1999 Vernon Fox 50 53 103 S So. 2000 Tim Skipper 41 66 107 LB Sr. 2001 Maurice Rodriguez 64 37 101 LB Sr. 2002 C. Worrell 57 49 106 S Sr. 2003 James Sanders 55 38 93 DB So. 2004 Dwayne Andrews 27 39 66 LB So. 2005 Richard Marshall 57 21 78 CB Jr. 2006 Dwayne Andrews 43 44 87 LB Sr. 2007 Marcus Riley 64 68 132 LB Sr. 2008 Ben Jacobs 47 66 113 LB So. 2009 Ben Jacobs 60 46 106 LB Jr. 2010 Ben Jacobs 38 49 87 LB Sr. 2011 Travis Brown 57 28 85 LB Jr.

Annual Sacks Leaders Year Player Sacks Yards Pos. Cl. 1981 Tony Vegas 6.0 -- DE Jr. 1982 Cylde Glover 8.0 -- DE Sr. 1983 1984 Victor Burnett 6.5 41 DE 1985 Greg Ramsey 6.5 55 DE 1986 Jethro Franklin 19.5 142 DE Jr. 1987 Jethro Franklin 12.0 76 DE Sr. 1988 Ron Cox 14.5 98 ROV So. 1989 Ron Cox 28.0 167 ROV Jr. 1990 1991 1992 Zack Rix 6.5 41 NG 1993 Brad Bell 9.0 54 DE Sr. 1994 Omar Stoutmire 5.0 47 S So. 1995 Bryan Robinson 5.0 17 DT Jr. 1996 Bryan Robinson 5.0 45 DT Sr. 1997 A.J. Gass 9.0 42 LB Sr. 1998 Bobby Brooks 6.4 41 LB Sr. 1999 Justin Johnson 6.0 36 LB Jr. 2000 Orlando Huff 10.0 54 LB Sr. 2001 Alan Harper 12.0 79 DT Sr. 2002 Nick Burley 10.0 57 DE Sr. 2003 Brian Morris 11.0 63 DL Sr. 2004 Garrett McIntyre 7.0 44 DE Fr. 2005 Tyler Clutts 7.0 45 DE So. Garrett McIntyre 7.0 44 DE RFr. 2006 Tyler Clutts 5.0 23 DE Jr. 2007` Tyler Clutts 7.5 31 DE Sr. 2008 Ikenna Ike 4.5 45 DE So. 2009 Chris Carter 5.0 36 DL Jr. 2010 Chris Carter 11.0 63 DL Sr. 2011 Logan Harrell 6.0 63 DT Sr.

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NOTE: 1985 records are missing the statistics from the Cal Bowl game

RECORDS & HISTORY

Annual Tackles for Loss Leaders Year Player TFL Yards Pos. Cl. 1984 Victor Burnett 13.5 70 DE 1985 Mark Olsen 9.0 57 LB 1986 Jethro Franklin 25.5 153 DE Jr. 1987 Jethro Franklin 16.0 83 DE Sr. 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 Nick Serfas 17.0 33 DE 1993 Brad Bell 13.0 62 DE Sr. 1994 Gene Smith 10.0 38 LB Jr. 1995 Maryln Jackson 5 17 CB So. 1996 A.J. Gass 8.0 13 LB Jr. 1997 A.J. Gass 17.0 66 LB Sr. 1998 Tim Skipper 17.0 10 LB So. 1999 Alan Harper 15.0 47 DT So. 2000 Orlando Huff 17.0 78 LB Sr. 2001 Alan Harper 21.0 102 DT Sr. 2002 Nick Burley 17.5 71 DE Sr. 2003 Brian Morris 15.5 77 DL Sr. 2004 Garrett McIntyre 10.5 61 DE Fr. Claude Sanders 10.5 43 DE Sr. 2005 Garrett McIntyre 12.5 55 DE So. 2006 Marlon Brisco 6.5 18 DE Sr. Dwayne Andrews 6.5 16 LB Sr. 2007 Marcus Riley 15.0 43 LB Sr. 2008 Kyle Knox 8.0 32 LB RFr. 2009 Chris Carter 13.0 51 DL Jr. 2010 Chris Carter 16.5 93 DL Sr. 2011 Logan Harrell 17.0 100 DT Sr.

Annual Interception Leaders Year Player INT Yards TD Pos. Cl. 1978 Gary Hayes 3 41 0 DB Jeff Horton 3 0 0 S 1979 Gary Hayes 5 21 0 Sr. 1980 Anthony Washington 2 46 1 DB Sr. 1981 Matt McKnight 5 56 0 S Steve Cordle 5 53 0 S 1982 Matt McKnight 6 51 0 FS Sr. Eric Fox 6 32 0 CB So. 1983 Curtis Allen 4 28 0 S 1984 Ron Cross 8 132 0 S Sr. 1985 Rod Webster 6 88 1 S So. 1986 Michael Stewart 5 22 0 S Sr. 1987 Rod Webster 4 112 1 S Sr. 1988 Craig Bowens 4 40 0 S Sr. Tony Harris 4 0 0 S Sr. 1989 Ron Cox 2 75 1 ROV Jr. Marquez Pope 2 34 0 S So. Tony Brown 2 28 0 CB So. Dave Shelton 2 4 0 S Sr. 1990 1991 1992 Tommy Jones 5 59 0 CB 1993 James Burton 4 89 1 CB Sr. 1994 Lance Thomas 4 0 0 S Sr. 1995 Steve Wilson 2 46 1 CB Jr. Marlyn Jackson 2 7 0 CB So. Omar Stoutmire 2 0 0 S Jr. 1996 Cory Hall 2 26 0 S So. Marlyn Jackson 2 0 0 CB Jr. 1997 Efrain Guizar 6 114 2 S Jr. 1998 Payton Williams 3 85 0 CB So. 1999 Curtis Edwards 3 141 1 S So. 2000 Tierre Sams 4 42 0 DB Jr. 2001 Devon Banks 5 15 0 CB Sr. 2002 Cameron Worrell 5 97 1 S Sr. 2003 Manuel Sanchez 4 50 0 LB So. 2004 Richard Marshall 3 205 2 CB So. 2005 Richard Marshall 3 17 0 SB Jr. 2006 Damion Jenkins 3 70 1 CB Jr. 2007 Damion Owens 1 17 0 CB So. Moses Harris 1 2 0 S So. Jake Jorde 1 0 0 S Jr. Marcus Riley 1 0 0 LB Sr. 2008 Marvin Haynes 2 2 0 DB Jr. 2009 Phillip Thomas 2 26 1 S RFr. 2010 Phillip Thomas 3 90 0 S So. 2011 L.J. Jones 3 2 0 CB So.

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Chronological List of 100-Yard Rushing Games (249) Date Att-Yds-TD Player Opponent Unknown 8-136-2 Elmer Cranmer Unknown 1930 5-113-2 Frenchy Bordagary UC Davis 1936 14-127-0 Sam Jones Chico State 1937 ?-169-0 Kenny Gleason Chico State 1937 ?-111-3 Kenny Gleason at Nevada 1937 12-142-1 Granny Holbrook vs. Arkansas State 1938 11-104-0 Ernie Poore California J.V.’s 1938 15-121-2 Ernie Poole San Diego Marines 1938 9-135-1 Ernie Poore Hawai’i 1938 19-111-0 Bob Peterson Hawai’i 1939 5-104-0 Les Terry Nevada 1939 14-136-0 Bob Peterson San Jose State 1940 24-101-0 Ray Patterson Texas Mines 1942 8-113-2 Louie Futrell Occidental 1942 7-108-0 Jack Kelly at San Diego State Nov. 8, 1952 9-252-0 Larry Willoughby at Nevada Oct. 2, 1954 13-168-5 Don Driscoll CS Los Angeles Nov. 26, 1954 11-188-3 Don Driscoll San Francisco State Oct. 8, 1955 11-131-3 Bob Garner San Diego Navy Sept. 22, 1956 12-163-0 Bob Garner at BYU Oct. 20, 1956 6-103-0 Dean Philpott San Francisco State Oct. 20, 1956 7-103-0 John Stienborn San Francisco State Oct. 27, 1956 19-170-0 Dean Philpott Hawai’i Nov. 10, 1956 26-105-0 Dean Philpott Cal Poly Nov., 1958 22-186-0 Dale Messer San Diego State Nov., 1958 16-155-2 Dale Messer at Long Beach State Oct. 15, 1960 10-111-1 Dale Messer Cal Poly Oct. 22, 1960 17-116-3 Dale Messer at CS Los Angeles Oct. 14, 1961 6-111-0 Bill Kendrick at Cal Poly Oct. 26, 1963 21-105-2 Herman Hamp CS Los Angeles Oct. 17, 1964 29-222-3 Jim Long Cal Poly Nov. 14, 1964 7-160-3 Jim Long Pacific Oct. 12, 1968 14-142-1 Walt Jensen CS Northridge Oct. 12, 1968 10-128-2 Mike Flores CS Northridge Nov. 16, 1968 22-154-2 Walt Jensen Montana State Sept. 12, 1970 21-152-3 Henry Woodson Hayward State Oct. 10, 1970 17-121-0 Henry Woodson CS Northridge Oct. 17, 1970 27-106-2 Henry Woodson Cal Poly Oct. 24, 1970 19-113-1 Herbie Phillips CS Los Angeles Sept. 23, 1972 34-195-2 Larry Miller at New Mexico State Nov. 11, 1972 33-116-1 Lloyd Robinson at Northern Illinois Sept. 8, 1973 16-147-1 Jack Wender Cal Poly Pomona Oct. 27, 1973 20-117-0 Greg Bass at Cal Poly

Oct. 19, 1974 Sept. 25, 1976 Oct. 2, 1976 Sept. 24, 1977 Oct. 8, 1977 Oct. 8, 1977 Oct. 22, 1977 Nov. 11, 1977 Sept. 9, 1978 Oct. 28, 1978 Nov. 11, 1978 Nov. 11, 1978 Nov. 18, 1978 Nov. 18, 1978 Sept. 15, 1979 Sept. 15, 1979 Oct. 27, 1979 Sept. 5, 1981 Sept. 5, 1981 Sept. 19, 1981 Oct. 3, 1981 Nov. 21, 1981 Nov. 20, 1982 Sept. 24, 1983 Sept. 8, 1984 Sept. 14, 1985 Sept. 21, 1985 Sept. 28, 1985 Oct. 19, 1985 Oct. 26, 1985 Nov. 16, 1985 Nov. 21, 1985 Sept. 6, 1986 Oct. 4, 1986 Oct. 25, 1986 Oct. 30, 1986 Nov. 6, 1986 Nov. 5, 1988 Dec. 10, 1988 Sept. 2, 1989 Sept. 2, 1989 Sept. 9, 1989 Sept. 16, 1989 Sept. 23, 1989 Oct. 14, 1989

27-140-1 22-121-2 13-123-2 21-199-2 27-138-0 11-102-2 16-155-1 15-132-1 14-142-1 12-141-1 19-118-0 21-109-0 27-155-2 17-143-1 23-169-0 16-129-2 24-130-1 19-117-0 25-112-0 19-133-1 16-134-1 21-149-1 18-122-0 20-108-1 19-127-2 25-156-2 26-117-1 14-109-1 19-105-1 18-106-2 30-176-3 23-136-2 9-106-2 28-141-2 21-171-1 20-119-1 16-109-1 15-148-1 23-149-2 19-125-0 22-103-0 22-103-1 22-135-0 14-116-1 19-101-1

Jeff Johnson Pacific Dean Jones Montana State Dean Jones CS Fullerton Dean Jones at Montana State Steve Franklin San Diego State Dean Jones San Diego State Steve Franklin San Jose State Dean Jones at CS Fullerton Bill Yancy (QB) at McNeese State Steve Woods CS Fullerton Ted Torosian Montana State Keith Gooch Montana State Ted Torosian at Idaho Gary Carr at Idaho Ken Lovely at Montana State Keith Gooch at Montana State Ken Lovely at Pacific Danny Rainey Oregon Ted Torosian Oregon Steve Woods at Montana State Steve Woods San Jose State Ted Torosian at Arizona Terry Carter at UNLV Ken Williams at Pacific Lavale Thomas at Boise State James Williams UNLV James Williams at Oregon State James Williams Cal Poly James Williams at New Mexico State James Williams at Utah State James Williams at Long Beach State James Williams Wichita State James Williams Montana State James Williams at San Jose State James Williams Long Beach State James Williams CS Fullerton Kelly Skipper at UNLV Darrell Rosette Pacific Darrell Rosette vs. Western Michigan* Myron Jones Utah Aaron Craver Utah Aaron Craver Montana Aaron Craver at Pacific Aaron Craver Long Beach State Aaron Craver at Utah State

A.J. JEFFERSON

BERNARD BERRIAN

ROD WEBSTER

ALL TIME LEADER: KICKOFF’S RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN

SCHOOL RECORD HOLDER: CAREER ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE

ALL-TIME LEADER: CAREER INTs

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19-124-2 28-212-1 22-159-2 13-132-3 13-118-1 31-177-2 15-102-3 24-121-2 11-112-1 24-115-1 26-136-1 17-136-3 17-105-3 8-117-1 13-133-0 19-102-0 11-124-1 22-113-2 17-107-3 12-122-1 26-149-0 34-108-0 21-196-1 10-119-1 9-100-2 16-108-1 16-102-2 19-105-1 16-173-2 19-104-1 18-155-3 32-205-1 27-127-1 18-106-1 16-135-1 27-143-1 21-171-1 10-107-0 29-218-2 12-140-3 37-220-1 35-148-2 32-160-1 24-155-1 31-127-1

Aaron Craver CS Fullerton Aaron Craver UNLV Myron Jones UNLV Aaron Craver at New Mexico State Myron Jones at New Mexico State Aaron Craver New Mexico Lorenzo Neal New Mexico State Aaron Craver CS Fullerton Lorenzo Neal CS Fullerton Aaron Craver Utah State James Allison Long Beach State Aaron Craver at UNLV Aaron Craver Pacific Ron Rivers New Mexico Ron Rivers Long Beach State Ron Rivers at New Mexico State Anthony Daigle UNLV Lorenzo Neal at Pacific Anthony Daigle at Pacific Ron Rivers CS Fullerton Ron Rivers San Jose State Lorenzo Neal San Jose State Lorenzo Neal at Pacific Ron Rivers Colorado State Anthony Daigle Washington State Lorenzo Neal New Mexico Ron Rivers New Mexico Ron Rivers Wyoming Ron Rivers at San Diego State Ron Rivers vs. USC Ron Rivers Oregon State Ron Rivers at New Mexico Anthony Daigle at New Mexico Ron Rivers Utah State Ron Rivers Air Force Ron Rivers at BYU Ron Rivers UTEP Ron Rivers Hawai’i Ron Rivers San Diego State Anthony Daigle San Diego State Jerome Oliver Oregon State Jerome Oliver at Hawai’i Jerome Oliver Wyoming Jerome Oliver New Mexico Jerome Oliver No. 10 Colorado State

Nov. 26, 1994 35-161-3 Sept. 2, 1995 25-181-1 Sept. 23, 1995 28-143-1 Sept. 30, 1995 21-144-0 Oct. 28, 1995 12-102-0 Aug. 31, 1996 39-151-2 Sept. 28, 1996 26-129-1 Sept. 28, 1996 20-108-0 Oct. 26, 1996 27-130-3 Nov. 2, 1996 21-212-1 Nov. 9, 1996 26-157-3 Nov. 16, 1996 21-138-3 Aug. 30, 1997 10-120-1 Sept. 6, 1997 28-204-2 Sept. 20, 1997 24-131-1 Oct. 2, 1997 31-112-0 Oct. 18, 1997 25-105-0 Nov. 1, 1997 23-107-4 Nov. 22, 1997 25-138-1 Sept. 12, 1998 22-107-1 Sept. 26, 1998 26-164-1 Oct. 24, 1998 15-184-1 Oct. 31, 1998 20-161-3 Nov. 14, 1998 18-144-2 Nov. 21, 1998 31-212-1 Sept. 25, 1999 14-176-2 Oct. 9, 1999 15-156-2 Nov. 6, 1999 19-148-1 Nov. 13, 1999 26-130-1 Nov. 20, 1999 6-124-1 Sept. 22, 2001 7-107-0 Sept. 29, 2001 27-203-2 Oct. 13, 2001 18-111-0 Nov. 23, 2001 18-107-1 Sept. 7, 2002 20-118-1 Oct. 4, 2002 18-115-1 Oct. 12, 2002 21-201-1 Oct. 25, 2002 28-140-1 Nov. 9, 2002 31-145-1 Dec. 5, 2002 37-221-2 Dec. 31, 2002 37-153-2 Sept. 20, 2003 25-177-1 Sept. 27, 2003 19-113-0 Nov. 15, 2003 15-106-0 Sept. 5, 2004 24-109-1

Reggie Brown at San Diego State Michael Pittman NE Louisiana Jerome Oliver at Utah Reggie Brown at UCLA Reggie Brown Air Force Michael Pittman Oregon Michael Gray Hawai’i Michael Pittman Hawai’i Michael Pittman at UNLV Michael Pittman Boise State Michael Pittman Colorado State Michael Pittman Air Force Joe Turner Portland State Michael Pittman Baylor Michael Pittman at Oregon Michael Pittman Utah Michael Pittman at No. 17 Air Force Michael Pittman at San Jose State Michael Pittman Wyoming Jaime Kimbrough at No. 16 Colorado Jaime Kimbrough Nevada Jaime Kimbrough UTEP Jaime Kimbrough at New Mexico Jaime Kimbrough Hawai’i Jaime Kimbrough San Jose State Derrick Ward at Nevada Derrick Ward Colorado State Derrick Ward Rice Paris Gaines at Hawai’i Josh Levi San Jose State Josh Levi at Tulsa Paris Gaines Louisiana Tech Paris Gaines at Colorado State Paris Gaines San Jose State Rodney Davis at No. 13 Oregon Rodney Davis Colorado State Rodney Davis SMU Rodney Davis Hawai’i Rodney Davis Tulsa Rodney Davis at Louisiana Tech Rodney Davis vs. Georgia Tech Dwayne Wright Louisiana Tech Dwayne Wright Portland State Dwayne Wright San Jose State Dwayne Wright at Washington

DAVID CARR

ASPEN ASPARUHOV

2001 JOHNNY UNITAS GOLDEN ARM WINNER

SINGLE SEASON FG RECORD HOLDER

2013

RECORDS & HISTORY

Oct. 21, 1989 Oct. 28, 1989 Oct. 28, 1989 Nov. 11, 1989 Nov. 11, 1989 Sept. 8, 1990 Sept. 22, 1990 Sept. 29, 1990 Sept. 29, 1990 Oct. 13, 1990 Oct. 20, 1990 Nov. 3, 1990 Nov. 10, 1990 Oct. 5, 1991 Oct. 12, 1991 Oct. 19, 1991 Oct. 26, 1991 Nov. 9, 1991 Nov. 9, 1991 Nov. 16, 1991 Nov. 23, 1991 Nov. 23, 1991 Sept. 5, 1992 Sept. 19, 1992 Sept. 26, 1992 Oct. 24, 1992 Oct. 24, 1992 Oct. 31, 1992 Nov. 21, 1992 Dec 29, 1992 Setp. 11, 1993 Sept. 18, 1993 Sept. 18, 1993 Sept. 25, 1993 Oct. 16, 1993 Oct. 23, 1993 Nov. 6, 1993 Nov. 13, 1993 Nov. 20, 1993 Nov. 20, 1993 Sept. 17, 1994 Sept. 24, 1994 Oct. 15, 1994 Oct. 29, 1994 Nov. 19, 1994

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Sept. 18, 2004 Sept. 18, 2004 Oct. 2, 2004 Oct. 9, 2004 Nov. 12, 2004 Nov. 12, 2004 Nov. 20, 2004 Nov. 20, 2004 Nov. 27, 2004 Nov. 27, 2004 Dec. 27, 2004 Sept. 27, 2005 Oct. 8, 2005 Oct. 8, 2005 Oct. 22, 2005 Oct. 29, 2005 Nov. 5, 2005 Nov. 10, 2005 Nov. 19, 2005 Dec. 31, 2005 Sept. 1, 2006 Sept. 9, 2006 Sept. 16, 2006 Oct. 7, 2006 Oct. 14, 2006 Nov. 11, 2006 Nov. 18, 2006 Nov. 24, 2006 Dec. 2, 2006 Oct. 6, 2007 Oct. 13, 2007 Oct. 20, 2007 Nov. 3, 2007 Nov. 3, 2007 Nov. 10, 2007 Nov. 24, 2007 Nov. 30, 2007 Dec. 31, 2007 Sept. 1, 2008 Sept. 27, 2008 Oct. 4, 2008 Oct. 4, 2008 Oct. 11, 2008 Nov. 15, 2008

26-127-0 15-123-2 28-191-1 26-160-1 18-220-3 23-176-3 18-147-1 19-110-3 25-134-3 23-128-1 15-126-0 17-106-1 22-105-0 22-105-1 11-101-1 19-229-3 21-105-1 25-121-1 23-109-1 31-117-1 26-158-3 29-154-1 28-136-2 26-138-0 16-113-1 26-121-2 19-133-0 25-295-1 23-106-1 14-171-3 18-108-2 16-144-2 27-126-0 13-106-2 17-105-0 22-115-1 28-121-1 18-152-2 26-163-3 21-166-1 20-161-2 23-157-1 15-181-1 23-101-0

Bryson Sumlin Portland State Wendell Mathis Portland State Wendell Mathis at Louisiana Tech Bryson Sumlin UTEP Bryson Sumlin Hawai’i Wendell Mathis Hawai’i Bryson Sumlin Nevada Wendell Mathis Nevada Bryson Sumlin at San Jose State Wendell Mathis at San Jose State Wendell Mathis vs. No. 18 Virginia Bryson Sumlin Toledo Bryson Sumlin at New Mexico State Wendell Mathis at New Mexico State Wendell Mathis at Idaho Wendell Mathis at Hawai’i Wendell Mathis San Jose State Wendell Mathis Boise State Wendell Mathis at No. 1 USC Wendell Mathis vs. Tulsa Dwayne Wright Nevada Dwayne Wright No. 20 Oregon Dwayne Wright at Washington Dwayne Wright at Utah State Lonyae Miller Hawai’i Dwayne Wright New Mexico State Dwayne Wright Idaho Dwayne Wright at Louisiana Tech Dwayne Wright at San Jose State Ryan Mathews at Nevada Lonyae Miller at Idaho Ryan Mathews San Jose State Clifton Smith Utah State Ryan Mathews Utah State Clifton Smith at No. 14 Hawai’i Anthony Harding Kansas State Anthony Harding at New Mexico State Clifton Smith vs. Georgia Tech Ryan Mathews at Rutgers Ryan Mathews at UCLA Lonyae Miller Hawai’i Anthony Harding Hawai’i Lonyae Miller Idaho Anthony Harding New Mexico State

Dec. 20, 2008 Dec. 20, 2008 Sept. 5, 2009 Sept. 12, 2009 Sept. 18, 2009 Sept. 26, 2009 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 17, 2009 Oct. 24, 2009 Oct. 31, 2009 Nov. 7, 2009 Dec. 5, 2009 Dec. 19, 2009 Sept. 18, 2010 Oct. 16, 2010 Oct. 23, 2010 Nov. 6, 2010 Nov. 13, 2010 Sept. 10, 2011 Sept. 17, 2011 Sept. 24, 2011 Oct. 1, 2011 Oct. 15, 2011 Oct. 22, 2011 Nov. 19, 2011 Nov. 26, 2011

18-120-2 13-113-2 11-106-1 19-107-0 19-234-3 38-145-1 24-149-1 20-233-1 25-157-2 23-185-2 26-143-3 32-173-3 31-144-2 29-165-2 16-150-2 27-116-2 43-286-1 26-217-2 36-169-0 27-110-2 25-112-0 28-123-1 24-140-1 24-167-2 37-176-1 33-151-2

Anthony Harding vs. Colorado State Lonyae Miller vs. Colorado State Ryan Mathews UC Davis Ryan Mathews at Wisconsin Ryan Mathews No. 10 Boise State Ryan Mathews at No. 14 Cincinnati Ryan Mathews at Hawai’i Ryan Mathews San Jose State Ryan Mathews at New Mexico State Ryan Mathews Utah State Ryan Mathews at Idaho Ryan Mathews at Illinois Ryan Mathews vs. Wyoming A.J. Ellis at Utah State Robbie Rouse New Mexico State Robbie Rouse at San Jose State Robbie Rouse at Louisiana Tech Robbie Rouse Nevada Robbie Rouse at No. 10 Nebraska Robbie Rouse North Dakota Robbie Rouse at Idaho Robbie Rouse Ole Miss Robbie Rouse Utah State Robbie Rouse at Nevada Robbie Rouse at Hawai’i Robbie Rouse San Jose State

Chronological List of 300-Yard Passing Games (73) Date Cmp-Yds-TD Player Nov. 23, 1963 24-329-2 Beau Carter Sept. 16, 1972 26-325-2 John Behrens Oct. 12, 1974 19-311-2 Neftali Cortez Oct. 20, 1979 25-346-0 Sergio Toscano Oct. 17, 1981 19-342-1 Jeff Tedford Nov. 7, 1981 16-365-2 Jeff Tedford Nov. 13, 1982 16-373-3 Jeff Tedford Dec. 18, 1982 31-373-3 Jeff Tedford Sept. 10, 1983 20-329-2 Kevin Sweeney Oct. 8, 1983 19-335-2 Kevin Sweeney Sept. 29, 1984 25-368-4 Kevin Sweeney Oct. 20, 1984 18-372-2 Kevin Sweeney Nov. 17, 1984 32-476-2 Kevin Sweeney Nov. 9, 1985 28-346-1 Kevin Sweeney Sept. 6, 1986 13-332-2 Kevin Sweeney

WENDELL MATHIS

ALAN HARPER

RODNEY DAVIS

2005 FIRST-TEAM ALL-WAC

ALL-TIME LEADER IN TFL

RUSHED FOR 1,586 YARDS IN 2002

Opponent Abilene Christian Western Michigan at San Diego State at Long Beach State Southern Illinois UNLV Montana State vs. Bowling Green Bowling Green San Jose State New Mexico State Utah State Montana State at Pacific Montana State

OMAR

SCHOOLS ALL-T

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26-328-2 13-337-3 32-536-3 20-324-2 40-400-1 27-301-1 13-334-0 15-314-1 20-328-2 18-307-3 31-473-3 31-415-3 21-456-4 21-309-2 37-523-2 14-319-4 13-331-2 29-356-2 23-338-1 21-360- 22-412-5 26-337-2 21-356-3 23-306-2 23-348-3 19-349-0 22-311-5 24-325-2 22-391-5 21-340-4 22-314-3 26-319-2 28-389-2 30-345-3 28-400-4 20-334-5 23-368-4 21-328-2 21-432-6 35-531-4 18-325-3 27-371-3 18-321-3 22-325-2 33-418-3

STOUTMIRE

TIME LEADING TACKLER

2013

Kevin Sweeney Oregon State Kevin Sweeney at San Jose State Dave Telford at Pacific Dave Telford CS Fullerton Dave Telford at Utah State Mark Barsotti New Mexico Mark Barsotti at Utah Mark Barsotti at UNLV Mark Barsotti at Washington State Mark Barsotti at New Mexico State Trent Dilfer at Baylor Trent Dilfer at Colorado State Trent Dilfer at BYU Trent Dilfer at Wyoming Trent Dilfer vs. No. 17 Colorado Adrian Claiborne San Jose State Richie Donati Wyoming Richie Donati No. 10 Colorado State Richie Donati at San Diego State Richie Donati at San Diego State Jim Arellanes UTEP Jim Arellanes BYU Jim Arellanes San Jose State Jim Arellanes at Wyoming Jim Arellanes at San Diego State Billy Volek at Texas Tech Billy Volek San Jose State David Carr California David Carr vs. Air Force David Carr No. 10 Oregon State David Carr at Tulsa David Carr Louisiana Tech David Carr at Colorado State David Carr Boise State David Carr at Hawai’i David Carr Rice David Carr at Nevada David Carr San Jose State David Carr Utah State David Carr vs. Michigan State Paul Pinegar vs. Rice Paul Pinegar at Boise State Paul Pinegar at Louisiana Tech Paul Pinegar at UTEP Paul Pinegar at Oregon

Nov. 5, 2005 22-368-3 Paul Pinegar San Jose State Nov. 10, 2005 22-307-2 Paul Pinegar Boise State Nov. 19, 2005 27-317-4 Paul Pinegar at No. 1 USC Nov. 26, 2005 30-405-4 Paul Pinegar at Nevada Dec. 2, 2005 33-358-3 Paul Pinegar Louisiana Tech Nov. 24, 2007 23-313-2 Tom Brandstater Kansas State Nov. 14, 2009 24-362-2 Ryan Colburn at Nevada Sept. 25, 2010 32-390-4 Ryan Colburn at Ole Miss Dec. 3, 2010 18-304-3 Ryan Colburn Illinois Sept. 24, 2011 24-371-5 Derek Carr at Idaho Oct. 22, 2011 20-315-3 Derek Carr at Nevada Nov. 12, 2011 22-391-3 Derek Carr at New Mexico State Dec. 3, 2011 19-336-2 Derek Carr at San Diego State Chronological List of 100-Yard Receiving Games (152) Date Rec-Yds-TD Player Opponent Oct. 15, 1960 6-172-1 Dale Messer (RB) Cal Poly Nov. 14, 1964 6-179-1 Doyle Keith Pacific Nov. 11, 1967 15-172-1 Lloyd Madden at Pacific Oct. 10, 1970 8-100-2 John Sexton CS Northridge Nov. 18, 1972 8-155-0 Curt Wurst Montana State Nov. 9, 1974 6-121-1 Glenn Cotten Long Beach State Oct. 21, 1978 3-105-0 Wyatt Henderson at San Jose State Nov. 4, 1978 6-154-2 Wyatt Henderson Long Beach State Nov. 3, 1979 8-147-2 Enis Gilbeau UNLV Nov. 24, 1979 8-109-1 Ken Lovely Utah State Nov. 24, 1979 7-105-1 Scott Scambray Utah State Oct. 24, 1981 7-136-0 Henry Ellard at Pacific Nov. 7, 1981 7-127-1 Henry Ellard UNLV Sept. 11, 1982 6-142-2 Henry Ellard Cal Poly Sept. 18, 1982 7-101-0 Henry Ellard at Oregon Sept. 25, 1982 4-117-1 Henry Ellard Weber State Oct. 2, 1982 4-121-1 Henry Ellard Utah State Oct. 9, 1982 6-176-3 Stephone Paige Pacific Oct. 16, 1982 7-230-2 Henry Ellard at Nevada Oct. 30, 1982 9-154-3 Henry Ellard Long Beach State Nov. 6, 1982 6-221-2 Henry Ellard CS Fullerton Nov. 13, 1982 7-222-2 Henry Ellard Montana State Nov. 13, 1982 5-108-1 Stephone Paige Montana State Nov. 20, 1982 7-106-0 Henry Ellard at UNLV Dec. 18, 1982 15-246-2 Stephone Paige vs. Bowling Green Sept. 10, 1983 6-103-1 Larry Willis Bowling Green Sept. 17, 1983 7-108-1 Larry Willis Nevada Sept. 24, 1983 10-154-2 Larry Willis at Pacific Oct. 1, 1983 8-136-0 Larry Willis at Utah State

DAVE TELFORD

RODNEY WRIGHT

1982 PCAA Co-MVP

SCHOOL RECORD HOLDER: CAREER RECEPTIONS

RECORDS & HISTORY

Sept. 13, 1986 Oct. 4, 1986 Oct. 24, 1987 Nov. 7, 1987 Nov. 14, 1987 Sept. 8, 1990 Sept. 15, 1990 Nov. 3, 1990 Sept. 14, 1991 Oct. 19, 1991 Sept. 4, 1993 Oct. 9, 1993 Oct. 23, 1993 Oct. 30, 1993 Dec. 25, 1993 Sept. 3, 1994 Oct. 15, 1994 Nov. 19, 1994 Nov. 26, 1994 Oct. 14, 1995 Nov. 11, 1995 Nov. 25, 1995 Oct. 12, 1996 Oct. 19, 1996 Nov. 23, 1996 Sept. 19, 1998 Nov. 20, 1999 Sept. 23, 2000 Dec. 31, 2000 Sept. 2, 2001 Sept. 22, 2001 Sept. 29, 2001 Oct. 13, 2001 Oct. 19, 2001 Oct. 26, 2001 Nov. 3, 2001 Nov. 17, 2001 Nov. 23, 2001 Dec. 1, 2001 Dec. 31, 2001 Sept. 28, 2002 Oct. 18, 2002 Dec. 5, 2002 Nov. 29, 2003 Sept. 17, 2005

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Oct. 8, 1983 Oct. 8, 1983 Oct. 22, 1983 Oct. 29, 1983 Sept. 1, 1984 Sept. 15, 1984 Sept. 29, 1984 Sept. 29, 1984 Oct. 20, 1984 Oct. 20, 1984 Oct. 27, 1984 Nov. 17, 1984 Sept. 21, 1985 Oct. 5, 1985 Nov. 16, 1985 Sept. 6, 1986 Sept. 6, 1986 Sept. 13, 1986 Sept. 27, 1986 Oct. 4, 1986 Sept. 12, 1987 Oct. 24, 1987 Oct. 24, 1987 Oct. 24, 1987 Oct. 31, 1987 Nov. 7, 1987 Sept. 24, 1988 Oct. 15, 1988 Nov. 5, 1988 Dec. 10, 1988 Oct. 14, 1989 Nov. 18, 1989 Sept. 15, 1990 Oct. 19, 1991 Sept. 12, 1992 Nov. 7, 1992 Nov. 21, 1992 Nov. 28, 1992 Sept. 4, 1993 Sept. 4, 1993 Sept. 25, 1993 Oct. 9, 1993 Oct. 23, 1993 Nov. 13, 1993 Dec. 25, 1993

5-145-2 5-105-0 9-116-0 5-101-1 4-111-1 5-108-0 13-231-3 5-109-2 5-196-0 7-102-1 5-135-0 16-282-2 5-166-1 5-130-0 6-214-1 3-116-1 4-107-1 9-114-1 4-114-2 4-170-3 6-126-0 16-158-0 7-151-1 4-138-1 7-113-2 4-103-1 5-130-1 7-149-1 6-111-0 3-103-2 5-132-0 5-106-0 4-130-0 3-111-0 6-160-1 3-142-1 6-147-1 7-119-2 7-173-2 6-101-0 3-108-1 8-105-2 3-117-2 6-121-1 9-149-0

Dave Williams San Jose State Larry Willis San Jose State Larry Willis CS Fullerton Larry Willis Cal Poly Vince Wesson at Arizona Dave Williams Cal Poly Larry Willis New Mexico State Dave Williams New Mexico State Dave Williams Utah State Larry Willis Utah State Larry Willis at San Jose State Larry Willis Montana State Stephen Baker at Oregon State Stephen Baker Hawai’i Stephen Baker at Long Beach State Brock Smith Montana State Stephen Baker Montana State Anthony Mosley Oregon State Stephen Baker Louisiana Tech Stephen Baker at San Jose State Ron Jenkins Western Illinois Ron Jenkins at Pacific Anthony Williams at Pacific Brock Smith at Pacific Ron Jenkins UNLV Ron Jenkins CS Fullerton Andre Alenander McNeese State Dwight Pickens Utah State Craig Jones (TE) Pacific Andre Alexander vs. Western Michigan* Stephen Shelley Utah State Stephen Shelley at New Mexico Chris Gawley at Utah Tydus Winans at New Mexico State Malcolm Seabron at Oregon State Malcolm Seabron Utah Malcolm Seabron at San Diego State Charlie Jones at UTEP Charlie Jones at Baylor Lee Harris at Baylor Charlie Jones Utah State Anthony Daigle (RB) at Colorado State Charlie Jones at BYU Charlie Jones Hawai’i David Dunn vs. No. 17 Colorado

Sept. 3, 1994 Sept. 3, 1994 Oct. 8, 1994 Oct. 15, 1994 Nov. 12, 1994 Nov. 26, 1994 Sept. 2, 1995 Sept. 30, 1995 Oct. 14, 1995 Oct. 28, 1995 Nov. 4, 1995 Nov. 4, 1995 Nov. 11, 1995 Nov. 19, 1995 Nov. 25, 1995 Sept. 21, 1996 Sept. 28, 1996 Oct. 12, 1996 Nov. 2, 1996 Nov. 16, 1996 Nov. 23, 1996 Sept. 26, 1998 Oct. 17, 1998 Nov. 14, 1998 Sept. 25, 1999 Oct. 14, 1999 Oct. 23, 1999 Nov. 20, 1999 Sept. 23, 2000 Oct. 14, 2000 Oct. 28, 2000 Nov. 4, 2000 Nov. 11, 2000 Nov. 25, 2000 Dec. 31, 2000 Dec. 31, 2000 Sept. 2, 2001 Sept. 8, 2001 Sept. 22, 2001 Oct. 13, 2001 Oct. 19, 2001 Oct. 26, 2001 Oct. 26, 2001 Nov. 3, 2001 Nov. 17, 2001

3-120-1 2-100-2 7-177-1 7-235-2 7-134-1 11-213-0 8-111-1 7-115-0 9-221-2 5-133-0 8-152-1 10-124-0 8-244-4 4-110-0 8-146-2 10-142-1 6-103-0 9-204-2 7-119-0 7-144-1 9-136-1 5-122-0 8-117-1 5-103-2 5-110-1 5-123-2 7-156-1 7-139-1 13-174-2 5-102-1 5-110-1 8-123-1 6-121-1 6-113-1 7-162-2 4-102-1 7-182-2 8-102--0 9-169-2 8-120-0 14-179-1 9-145-1 9-110-0 8-145-2 7-166-2

Charlie Jones San Jose State Brian Roberson San Jose State Charlie Jones No. 22 BYU Charlie Jones Wyoming Brian Roberson at UTEP Brian Roberson at San Diego State Brian Roberson NE Louisiana Charlie Jones at UCLA Jahine Arnold at San Diego State Jahine Arnold Air Force Jahine Arnold at Hawai’i Charlie Jones at Hawai’i Charlie Jones UTEP Charlie Jones at Wyoming Brian Roberson BYU Brian Roberson at Utah Brian Roberson Hawai’i Brian Roberson San Jose State Brian Roberson Boise State Brian Roberson Air Force Brian Roberson at San Diego State Charles Smith Nevada Charles Smith at Utah Charles Smith Hawai’i Charles Smith at Nevada Rodney Wright at SMU Rodney Wright UTEP Rodney Wright San Jose State Rodney Wright California Bernard Berrian Nevada Bernard Berrian Tulsa Bernard Berrian Hawai’i Bernard Berrian at No. 17 TCU Charles Smith at San Jose State Bernard Berrian vs. Air Force Paris Gaines (RB) vs. Air Force Rodney Wright No. 10 Oregon State Bernard Berrian at No. 23 Wisconsin Bernard Berrian at Tulsa Rodney Wright at Colorado State Rodney Wright Boise State Rodney Wright at Hawai’i Bernard Berrian at Hawai’i Rodney Wright Rice Bernard Berrian at Nevada

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8-109-1 4-158-3 13-299-2 6-133-1 6-112-1 5-111-1 4-102-1 7-133-1 5-133-1 7-129-0 13-122-0 6-121-10 5-122-1 6-137-1 6-149-2 9-150-1 3-100-1 9-134-2 4-106-0 3-116-0 7-137-2 5-114-1 7-124-1 4-103-0 8-130-1 6-102-0 8-118-3 3-154-2 5-142-2 6-127-0 5-108-0 13-149-1 7-174-2 7-135-0 3-105-1

CHRONOLOGICAL LISTS Bernard Berrian San Jose State Bernard Berrian Utah State Rodney Wright vs. Michigan State Marque Davis Rice Jermaine Jamison Rice Marque Davis at Boise State Jermaine Jamison Tulsa Marque Davis at Louisiana Tech Deandre Gilbert at Louisiana Tech Marque Davis Oregon State Bernard Berrian No. 20 Boise State Marque Davis at UTEP Paul Williams at Oregon Paul Williams San Jose State Paul Williams Boise State Joe Fernandez at Nevada Marlon Moore Hawai’i Marlon Moore Kansas State Marlon Moore at New Mexico State Seyi Ajirotutu at Rutgers Seyi Ajirotutu at Louisiana Tech Devon Wylie at Wisconsin Seyi Ajirotutu Utah State Marlon Moore at Nevada Jamel Hamler at Ole Miss Matt Lindsay at Ole Miss Jamel Hamler at Louisiana Tech Jalen Saunders North Dakota Jalen Saunders at Idaho Jalen Saunders Ole Miss Devon Wylie at Nevada Devon Wylie Louisiana Tech Jalen Saunders at New Mexico State Isaiah Burse San Jose State Jalen Saunders at San Diego State

62 63 75 61 58 26 41 38 55 58 45 32 22 26 27 76 52 27 49 100 62 60 48 81 75 19 15 100 56 68 17 21 30

Michael Stewart at Utah State Rod Webster at Washington State Keith McCoy UNLV James Williams Utah State Ron Cox vs. Ball State* James Burton New Mexico Tony Brown CS Fullerton Sam Watson Colorado State Tommy Jones Oregon State James Burton Air Force Steve Wilson at San Diego State Marlyn Jackson UNLV Efrain Guizar UNLV Efrain Guizar San Diego State Nicholas Burley Colorado State Anthony Limbrick at Tulsa Curtin Edwards at Tulsa Dante Marsh Nevada Lawrence Deck at San Jose State Nathan Ray SMU Cameron Worrell Nevada Dee Meza Nevada Dee Meza vs. Georgia Tech Richard Marshall at No. 12 Tennessee Richard Marshall at Washington James Sanders at Washington Marcus McCauley Portland State Richard Marshall at Rice Damon Jenkins at Boise State Damion Owens at No. 8 Boise State Lorne Bell at New Mexico State Phillip Thomas at Illinois Travis Brown Idaho

Chronological List of Fumbles Returned for TDs (15) Date Yards Player Opponent Nov. 8, 1980 0 Bob Zemanek at Southern Illinois Oct. 29, 1988 0 James Williams at San Jose State Sept. 9, 1989 50^ Kelvin Means Montana Sept. 12, 1992 40 Armin Youngblood at Oregon State Sept. 11, 1994 17 Gene Smith Oregon State Oct. 3, 1998 20 Justin Johnson BYU Sept. 5, 2004 18 Brian Morris at Washington Sept. 27, 2005 30 Tyrone Culver Toledo Oct. 22, 2005 26 Jaron Fairman at Idaho

ENEY

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TRACY ROGERS

RON COX

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1988 BIG WEST DEFENSIVE MVP

1989 BIG WEST DEFENSIVE MVP

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Chronological List of Interceptions Returned for TDs (40) Date Yards Player Opponent 1960 96 Jim Sanderson Long Beach State Sept. 6, 1980 22 Anthony Washington at CS Fullerton Nov. 21, 1981 33 Tim Washington at Arizona Oct. 30, 1982 24 Kevin Johnson Long Beach State Nov. 6, 1982 17 Kevin Jones CS Fullerton Sept. 1, 1984 53 Roark Kelly at Arizona Sept. 28, 1985 43 Rod Webster Cal Poly

Oct. 26, 1985 Sept. 5, 1987 Oct. 31, 1987 Oct. 15, 1988 Dec. 9, 1989 Oct. 5, 1991 Nov. 16, 1991 Sept. 19, 1992 Sept. 11, 1993 Oct. 16, 1993 Oct. 14, 1995 Oct. 25, 1997 Oct. 25, 1997 Nov. 15, 1997 Oct. 2, 1999 Oct. 30, 1999 Oct. 30, 1999 Oct. 14, 2000 Nov. 25, 2000 Oct. 12, 2002 Nov. 16, 2002 Nov. 16, 2002 Dec. 31, 2002 Aug. 30, 2003 Sept. 5, 2004 Sept. 5, 2004 Sept. 18, 2004 Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 1, 2006 Nov. 28, 2008 Oct. 24, 2009 Dec. 5, 2009 Nov. 27, 2010

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CHRONOLOGICAL LISTS Dec. 2, 2005 77 Qaadir Brown Louisiana Tech Sept. 20, 2008 29 Ben Jacobs at Toledo Nov. 15, 2008 25 Sharrod Davis New Mexico State Nov. 21, 2009 21 Ben Jacobs Louisiana Tech Sept. 3, 2011 0 Cristin Wilson vs. California Sept. 24, 2011 40 Nat Harrison at Idaho ^ - recovered fumble and subsquent return for a TD came after the opponent fumbled the ball on an interception return

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Chronological List of Kickoffs Returned for TDs (10) Date Yards Player Opponent 1934 102 Walt Byrd Northern Arizona Nov. 5, 1977 95 Steve Woods at Long Beach State Oct. 17, 1987 95 Brock Smith San Jose State Nov. 21, 1998 96 Jaime Kimbrough at San Jose State Sept. 8, 2001 96 Bernard Berrian at No. 23 Wisconsin Sept. 27, 2003 70 Nate Ray Portland State Nov. 1, 2006 93 Chastin West at Boise State Nov. 3, 2007 88 A.J. Jefferson Utah State Nov. 10, 2007 98 A.J. Jefferson at No. 14 Hawai’i Nov. 7, 2008 92 A.J. Jefferson Nevada

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Chronological List of Punts Returned for TDs (26) Date Yards Player Opponent 1930 95 Frenchy Bordagaray San Jose State Sept. 28, 1985 77 Stephen baker Cal Poly Sept. 6, 1986 84 Stephen Baker Montana State Nov. 6, 1986 65 Stephen Baker at UNLV Nov. 11, 1989 74 Dwight Pickens at New Mexico State Oct. 17, 1992 86 Charlie Jones at Hawai’i Nov. 21, 1992 40 Michael Ross at San Diego State Nov. 4, 1995 86 Brian Roberson at Hawai’i Sept. 28, 1996 62 Brian Roberson Hawai’i Oct. 24, 1998 66 Payton Williams UTEP Oct. 14, 2000 88 Bernard Berrian Nevada Nov. 17, 2001 70 Bernard Berrian at Nevada Oct. 4, 2002 59 Adam Jennings Colorado State Nov. 16, 2003 68 Bernard Berrian No. 20 Boise State Nov. 6, 2004 67 Clifton Smith at Rice Sept. 10, 2005 92 Clifton Smith Weber State Sept. 10, 2005 84 Clifton Smith Weber State Oct. 22, 2005 72 Joe Fernandez at Idaho Oct. 6, 2007 67 Clifton Smith at Nevada

Oct. 26, 2007 Sept. 27, 2008 Nov. 1, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008 Oct. 24, 2009 Sept. 10, 2011 Oct. 7, 2011

65 63 56 49 88 67 79

Clifton Smith Marlon Moore Rashad Evans Chastin West Chastin West Devon Wylie Devon Wylie

Boise State at UCLA at Louisiana Tech at San Jose State at New Mexico State at No. 10 Nebraska No. 5 Boise State

Chronological List of Blocked Punts Returned for TDs (12) Date Yards Player Opponent Sept. 5, 1981 2 Kevin Johnson Oregon Sept. 12, 1981 11 Henry Ellard at Oregon State Sept. 16, 1995 13 Joe Barnes Pacific Oct. 11, 1997 16 Lawrence Deck at Hawai’i Sept. 11, 1999 3 Tierre Sams at Oregon State Sept. 25, 1999 10 Rodney Wright at Nevada Dec. 2, 2001 47 Rodney Wright Utah State Oct. 25, 2002 10 Dee Meza Hawai’i Nov. 15, 2003 20 Adam Jennings San Jose State Sept. 27, 2005 5 Paul Williams Toledo Sept. 30, 2006 15 Josh Sherley Colorado State Oct. 2, 2010 1 Desia Dunn Cal Poly Chronological List of Blocked FG Returned for TDs Date Yards Player Nov. 9, 1985 25 Mark Olson Dec. 18, 1999 75 Payton Williams Nov. 4, 2000 81 Dante Marsh Oct. 6, 2007 40 A.J. Jefferson Dec. 3, 2011 59 Isaiah Green

Opponent at Pacific vs. Utah Hawai’i at Nevada at San Diego State

Chronological List of PAT Returns for Two Points Date Yards Player Nov. 30, 2007 --- Damion Owens

Opponent at New Mexico State

DEREK MAHONEY

MARK BARSOTTI

BARRY BELLI

TWO-TIME ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTION

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Date Opponent Rec.-Yards/TDs Nov. 24, 1979 Utah State 8-109-1 7-105-1 Nov. 13, 1982 Montana State 7-222-2 5-108-1 Oct. 8, 1983 San Jose State 5-145-2 5-105-0 Sept. 29, 1984 New Mexico State 13-231-3 5-109-2 Oct. 20, 1984 Utah State 5-196-0 7-102-1 Sept. 6, 1986 Montana State 3-116/1 4-107/1 Oct. 24, 1987 at Pacific 16-158/0 7-151-1

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100-Yard Rushers Ernie Poore Bob Peterson Dean Philpott John Stienborn Walt Jensen Mike Flores Steve Franklin Dean Jones Ted Torosian Gary Carr Ted Torosian Keith Gooch Ken Lovely Keith Gooch Danny Rainey Ted Torosian Myron Jones Aaron Craver Aaron Craver Myron Jones Aaron Craver Myron Jones Aaron Craver Lorenzo Neal Lorenzo Neal Anthony Daigle Ron Rivers Lorenzo Neal Lorenzo Neal Ron Rivers Ron Rivers Anthony Daigle Ron Rivers Anthony Daigle Michael Gray Michael Pittman Bryson Sumlin Wendell Mathis Bryson Sumlin Wendell Mathis Bryson Sumlin Wendell Mathis Bryson Sumlin Wendell Mathis Wendell Mathis Bryson Sumlin Clifton Smith Ryan Mathews Lonyae Miller Anthony Harding Anthony Harding Lonyae Miller 100-Yard Receivers Ken Lovely Scott Scambray Henry Ellard Stephone Paige Dave Williams Larry Willis Larry Willis Dave Williams Dave Williams Larry Willis Stephen Baker Brock Smith Ron Jenkins Anthony Williams

Sept. 4, 1993 at Baylor Sept. 3, 1994 San Jose State Nov. 4, 1995 at Hawai’i Dec. 31, 2000 vs. Air Force* Oct. 26, 2001 at Hawai’i Sept. 28, 2002 Rice Dec. 5, 2002 at Louisiana Tech Sept. 25, 2010 at Ole Miss

4-138-1 7-173/2 6-101/0 3-120/1 2-100/2 8-152/1 10-124/0 7-162/2 4-102/1 9-145/1 9-100/0 6-133/1 6-112/1 7-133/1 5-133/1 8-130/1 6-102/0

Brock Smith Charlie Jones Lee Harris Charlie Jones Brian Roberson Jahine Arnold Charlie Jones Bernard Berrian Paris Gaines (RB) Rodney Wright Bernard Berrian Marque Davis Jermaine Jamison Marque Davis Deandre Gilbert Jamel Hamler Matt Lindsay

100-Yard Rushing and Receiving Games (43)

Date Opponent Players No.-Yds./TDs Oct. 15, 1960 Cal Poly Rusher: Dale Messer 10-111/1 Receiver: Dale Messer 6-172/1 Nov. 14, 1964 Pacific Rusher: Jim Long 7-160/3 Receiver: Doyle Keith 6-179/1 Oct. 10, 1970 CS Northridge Rusher: Henry Woodson 17-121/0 Receiver: John Sexton 8-100/2 Nov. 20, 1982 UNLV Rusher: Terry Carter 18-122/0 Receiver: Henry Ellard 7-106/0 Sept. 24, 1983 at Pacific Rusher: Ken Williams 20-108/1 Receiver: Larry Willis 10-154/2 Nov. 16, 1985 at Long Beach State Rusher: James Williams 30-176/3 Receiver: Stephen Baker 6-214/1 Sept. 21, 1985 at Oregon State Rusher: James Williams 26-117/1 Receiver: Stephen Baker 5-166/1 Sept. 6, 1986 Montana State Rusher: James Williams 9-106/2 Receiver: Stephen Baker 4-107/1 Receiver: Brock Smith 3-116-1 Oct. 4, 1986 at San Jose State Rusher: James Williams 28-141-2 Receiver: Stephen Baker 4-170/3 Dec. 10, 1988 vs. W. Michigan Rusher: Darrell Rosette 23-149/2 Receiver: Andre Alexander 3-103/2 Oct. 19, 1991 at New Mexico State Rusher: Ron Rivers 19-102/0 Receiver: Tydus Winans 3-111/0 Nov. 21, 1992 at San Diego State Rusher: Ron Rivers 16-173/2 Receiver: Malcolm Seabron 6-147/1 Sept. 25, 1993 Utah State Rusher: Ron Rivers 18-106/1 Receiver: Charlie Jones 3-108/1 Oct. 23, 1993 at BYU Rusher: Ron Rivers 27-143/1 Receiver: Charlie Jones 3-117/2 Nov. 13, 1993 Hawai’i Rusher: Ron Rivers 10-107/0 Receiver: Charlie Jones 6-121/1 Oct. 15, 1994 Wyoming Rusher: Jerome Oliver 32-160/1 Receiver: Charlie Jones 7-235/2 Nov. 26, 1994 at San Diego State Rusher: Reggie Brown 35-161/3 Receiver: Brian Roberson 11-213/0 Sept. 2, 1995 NE Louisiana Rusher: Michael Pittman 25-181/1 Receiver: Brian Roberson 9-111/1 Sept. 30, 1995 at UCLA Rusher: Reggie Brown 21-144/0 Receiver: Charlie Jones 7-115/0 Oct. 28, 1995 Air Force Rusher: Reggie Brown 12-102/0 Receiver: Jahine Arnold 5-133/0 Sept. 28, 1996 Hawai’i Rusher: Michael Gray 26-129/1 Rusher: Michael Pittman 20-108/0 Receiver: Brian Roberson 6-103/0 Nov. 2, 1996 Boise State Rusher: Michael Pittman 21-212/1 Receiver: Brian Roberson 7-119/0 Nov. 16, 1996 Air Force Rusher: Michael Pittman 21-138/3 Receiver: Brian Roberson 7-144/1 Sept. 26, 1998 Nevada Rusher: Jaime Kimbrough 26-164/1 Receiver: Charles Smith 5-122/0 Nov. 14, 1998 Hawai’i Rusher: Jaime Kimbrough 18-144/2 Receiver: Charles Smith 5-103/2

RECORDS & HISTORY

Date Opponent Att.-Yards/TDs 1938 Hawai’i 9-135-1 19-111-0 Oct. 20, 1956 San Francisco St. 6-103-0 7-103-0 Oct. 12, 1968 CS Northridge 14-142-1 10-128-2 Oct. 8, 1977 San Diego State 27-138-0 11-102-2 Nov. 18, 1978 at Idaho 27-155-2 17-143-1 Nov. 11, 1978 Montana State 19-118-0 21-109-0 Sept. 15, 1979 at Montana State 23-169-0 16-129-2 Sept. 5, 1981 Oregon 19-117-0 25-112-0 Sept. 2, 1989 Utah 19-125-0 22-103-0 Oct. 28, 1989 UNLV 28-212-1 22-159-2 Nov. 11, 1989 at New Mexico State 13-132-3 13-118-1 Sept. 29, 1990 CS Fullerton 24-121-2 11-112-1 Nov. 9, 1991 at Pacific 22-113/2 17-107-3 Nov. 23, 1991 San Jose State 26-149/1 34-108/0 Oct. 24, 1992 New Mexico 16-108/1 16-102/2 Sept. 18, 1993 at Nex Mexico 32-205/1 27-127/1 Nov. 20, 1993 San Diego State 29-218/2 12-140/3 Sept. 28, 1996 Hawai’i 26-129/1 20-108/0 Sept. 18, 2004 Portland State 26-127/0 15-123/2 Nov. 12, 2004 Hawai’i 18-220/3 23-176-3 Nov. 20, 2004 Nevada 18-147/1 19-110/3 Nov. 27, 2004 at San Jose State 25-134-4 23-128-1 Oct. 8, 2005 at New Mexico State 22-105-1 22-105/0 Nov. 3, 2007 Utah State 27-126/0 13-106/2 Oct. 4, 2008 Hawai’i 20-161/2 23-157/2 Dec. 20, 2008 vs. Colorado State* 18-120/2 13-113/2

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INDIVIDUAL RUSHING RECORDS Rushing Yards (Career) 1. Ron Rivers, 1991-93 2. Ryan Mathews, 2007-09 3. Robbie Rouse, 2009-Present 4. Michael Pittman, 1993-97 5. Dwayne Wright, 2003-04, ‘06 6. Dean Philpott, 1954-57 7. Lorenzo Neal, 1990-92 8. Bryson Sumlin, 2002-05 9. Aaron Craver, 1989-90 10. Wendell Mathis, 2004-05 11. Jaime Kimbrough, 1995-98 12. Kelly Skipper, 1985-88 13. Ted Torosian, 1978-81 14. Anthony Daigle, 1991-93 15. Lonyae Miller, 2006-09

RECORDS & HISTORY

Rushing Yards (Season) 1. Ryan Mathews, 2009 2. Rodney Davis, 2002 3. Robbie Rouse, 2011 4. Ron Rivers, 1993 5. Dwayne Wright, 2006 6. Wendell Mathis, 2005 Aaron Craver, 1989 8. Jaime Kimbrough, 1998 9. Michael Pittman, 1996 10. Robbie Rouse, 2010 11. James Williams, 1985 12. Jerome Oliver, 1994 13. Bryson Sumlin, 2004 14. Larry Willoughby, 1952 15. Michael Pittman, 1997 16. Paris Gaines, 2001 17. Dwayne Wright, 2003 18. Ron Rivers, 1992 19. Aaron Craver, 1990 20. Wendell Mathis, 2004

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3,473 3,280 3,157 3,017 2,683 2,533 2,405 2,398 2,316 2,308 2,250 2,237 2,096 2,089 2,062 1,808 1,586 1,549 1,477 1,462 1,313 1,313 1,168 1,132 1,129 1,111 1,106 1,104 1,092 1,057 1,044 1,038 1,007 1,003 995

Longest Runs From Scrimmage 1. Josh Levi 94* San Jose State, 1999 2. Bill Yancy (QB) 92* at McNeese State, 1978 3. Lonyae Miller 90* Idaho, 2008 Dale Messer 90 Hawai’i, 1960 Larry Willoughby 90 at Nevada, 1952 Walt Byrd 90 Cal Tech, 1934 7. Bryson Sumlin 89 Hawai’i, 2004 8. Derrick Ward 86* at Nevada, 1999 9. Lonyae Miller 80* Hawai’i, 2008 Jaime Kimbrough 80* at New Mexico, 1998 Ron Rivers 80* at San Diego St., 1992 12. Wendell Mathis 78* at Hawai’i, 2005 Ron Rivers 78* at New Mexico, 1991 14. Ryan Mathews 77* at Idaho, 2009 Duke Snider 77 at UC Santa Barbara, 1954 Jack Kelly 77 Fort Ord, 1942 17. Derrick Ward 75* Colorado State, 1999 18. Ken Lovely 74 at Montana State, 1979 19. Bernard Berrian (WR) 73 at Nevada, 2001 Anthony Daigle 73* UNLV, 1991 Dean Jones 73 CS Fullerton, 1976 22. Lonyae Miller 72* at Nevada, 2007 Steve Woods 72* at Montana State, 1981 Steve Woods 72* CS Fullerton, 1978 Walt Jensen 72 CS Northridge, 1968 Jim Long 72 South Dakota St., 1964 27. Dwayne Wright 71 at Louisiana Tech, 2006 28. Jim Long 70 Pacific, 1964 * Indicates Touchdown was Scored

Rushing Yards by a Quarterback (Season) 1. Bill Yancy, 1978 2. Mark Barsotti, 1990 3. Ryan Colburn, 2009 4. Tom Brandstater, 2007 5. Paul Pinegar, 2004

386 248 171 118 99

Rushing Yards by a Quarterback (Game) 1. Bill Yancy 142 McNeese State, 1978 2. Dean Jones 137 at Montana State, 1977 Rushing TDs by a Quarterback (Season) 1. Mark Barsotti, 1989

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Rushing Attempts (Career) 1. Michael Pittman, 1993-97 2. Robbie Rouse, 2009-Present 3. Ryan Mathews, 2007-09 4. Ron Rivers, 1991-93 5. Dwayne Wright, 2003-04, 06 6. Bryson Sumlin, 2002-05 7. Kelly Skipper 8. Lorenzo Neal, 1990-92 9. Aaron Craver, 1989-90 10. Ted Torosian, 1978-81 Dean Philpott, 1954-57

647 616 534 525 501 496 494 487 475 467 467

Rushing Attempts (Season) 1. Robbie Rouse, 2011 2. Rodney Davis, 2002 3. Ryan Mathews, 2009 4. Dwayne Wright, 2006 5. Jerome Oliver, 1994 6. Wendell Mathis, 2005 7. Aaron Craver, 1989 8. Michael Pittman, 1997 9. Ron Rivers, 1993 10. Aaron Craver, 1990

329 313 276 261 258 248 247 238 230 224

Rushing Attempts (Game) 1. Robbie Rouse 2. Michael Pittman 3. Ryan Mathews 4. Robbie Rouse Rodney Davis Rodney Davis Jerome Oliver 8. Robbie Rosue 9. Reggie Brown Jerome Oliver 11. Larry Miller

43 Louisiana Tech, 2010 39 Oregon, 1996 38 at Cincinnati, 2009 37 at Hawai’i, 2011 37 vs. Georgia Tech, 2002 37 at Louisiana Tech, 2002 37 Oregon St., 1994 36 at Nebraska, 2011 35 at San Diego St., 1994 35 at Hawai’i, 1994 34 at New Mexico St., 1972

Rushing Yards Per Carry (Career) Minimum 200 Attempts 1. Ron Rivers, 1991-93 Rushing Yards Per Carry (Season) Minimum 50 Attempts 1. Don Driscol, 1954 Rushing Yards Per Carry (Game) Under 10 Attempts 1. Larry Willoughby, 1952 vs. Nevada (9-252)

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Rushing Yards Per Carry (Game) Minimum 10 Attempts 1. Don Driscoll 17.1 2. Larry Willoughby 16.0 3. Bob Garner 13.5 4. Don Driscoll 12.9 5. Derrick Ward 12.6 6. Ryan Mathews 12.3 7. Ryan Mathews 12.2 Bryson Sumlin 12.2 Jaime Kimbrough 12.2 10. Lonyae Miller 12.1 Wendell Mathis 12.1

San Francisco St., 1958 at San Diego St., 1952 at BYU, 1956 Cal State LA, 1954 at Nevada, 1999 No. 10 Boise St., 2009 at Nevada, 2007 Hawai’i, 2004 UTEP, 1998 Idaho, 2008 at Hawai’i, 2005

Rushing Yards Per Carry (Game) Minimum 20 Attempts 1. Dwayne Wright 11.8 2. Ryan Mathews 11.6 3. Michael Pittman 10.1 4. Rodney Davis 9.6 5. Dean Jones 9.5 6. Lorenzo Neal 9.3 7. Larry Willoughby 8.6 8. Dale Messer 8.4 9. Robbie Rouse 8.3 10. Lonyae Miller 8.1 Jaime Kimbrough 8.1 Ron Rivers 8.1 James Williams 8.1

at Louisiana Tech, 2006 San Jose St., 2009 Boise St., 1996 SMU, 2002 at Montana St., 1977 at Pacific, 1992 San Francisco St., 1952 San Diego St., 1958 Nevada, 2010 Hawai’i, 2008 at new Mexico, 1998 UTEP, 1993 Long Beach St., 1986

Rushing Touchdowns (Career) 1. Ryan Mathews, 2007-09 2. Anthony Daigle, 1991-93 3. Bryson Sumlin, 2002-05 Michael Pittman, 1993-97 Dean Philpott, 1954-57 6. Ron Rivers, 1991-93 7. Wendell Mathis, 2004-05 Lorenzo Neal, 1990-92 9. Aaron Carver, 1989-90 Kelly Skipper, 1985-88 11. Robbie Rouse, 2009-Present

39 35 29 29 29 28 27 27 26 26 25

Rushing Touchdowns (Season) 1. Ryan Mathews, 2009 2. Anthony Daigle, 1992 Aaron Craver, 1990 4. Wendell Mathis, 2005 Reggie Brown, 1994 6. Ryan Mathews, 2007 Ron Rivers, 1993 Myron Jones, 1989 James Williams, 1985 Dale Messer, 1960 Dean Philpott, 1957

19 17 17 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14

Rushing Touchdowns (Game) 1. Don Driscoll 5 CS Los Angeles, 1954 2. Michael Pittman 4 San Jose State, 1997 3. Numerous Players 3

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18 16 13 13 13 12 12 11

Most 100-Yard Rushing Games (Season) 1. Ryan Mathews, 2009 2. Robbie Rouse, 2011 Dwayne Wright, 2006 Ron Rivers, 1993 Aaron Craver, 1989 6. Wendell Mathis, 2005 Rodney Davis, 2002 James Williams, 1985 9. Wendell Mathis, 2004 Jaime Kimbrough, 1998 Michael Pittman, 1997 Michael Pittman, 1996 13. Bryson Sumlin, 2004 Jerome Oliver, 1994 Ron Rivers, 1992 Ron Rivers, 1991

11 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5

Most Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games 1. Ryan Mathews 9 Games 1-9 2. Wendell Mathis 5 Games 6-10 3. Robbie Rouse 4 Games 2-5 Robbie Rouse 4 Games 6-9 Dwayne Wright 4 Games 9-12 Wendell Mathis 4 Games 9-12 Michael Pittman 4 Games 7-10 Aaron Craver 4 Games 1-4

Fastest to 1,000 Yards in a Season Sorted by Number of Carries to Get 1,000 Yards Name Carries Year 1. Ryan Mathews 138 2009 2. Bryson Sumlin 167 2004 3. Aaron Craver 171 1989 4. James Williams 175 1985 5. Wendell Mathis 176 2005 6. Robbie Rouse 177 2010 7. Dwayne Wright 181 2003 8. Rodney Davis 189 2002 9. Robbie Rouse 198 2011 10. Dwayne Wright 203 2006 11. Aaron Craver 223 1990 12. Michael Pittman 226 1997 Ron Rivers 1992 Ron Rivers 1993 Michael Pittman 1996 Jaime Kimbrough 1998 Jerome Oliver 1994 Paris Gaines 2001 Larry Willoughby 1952

Fastest to 1,000 Yards in a Season Sorted by the Number of Games Played in When Surpassing 1,000 Yards Name Game Year 1. Ryan Mathews 7th 2009 2. Robbie Rouse 9th 2011 Robbie Rouse 9th 2010 Ron Rivers 9th 1993 Aaron Craver 9th 1989 6. Dwayne Wright 10th 2006 Wendell Mathis 10th 2005 Rodney Davis 10th 2002 Michael Pittman 10th 1996 Aaron Craver 10th 1990 11. Bryson Sumlin 11th 2004 Jaime Kimbrough 11th 1998 Michael Pittman 11th 1997 Jerome Oliver 11th 1994 James Williams 11th 1985 16. Paris Gaines 13th 2001 Ron Rivers 13th 1992 18. Dwayne Wright 14th 2003 Larry Willoughby 1952

2009 2005 2011 2010 2006 2004 1996 1989

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Player Opponent, Year Car. YG YL Net Avg. TD 1. Dwayne Wright at Louisiana Tech, 2006 25 300 5 295 11.8 1 2. Robbie Rouse atLouisiana Tech, 2010 43 286 0 286 6.7 1 3. Larry Willoughby at Nevada, 1952 9 252 0 252 28.0 0 4. Ryan Matthews No. 10 Boise St., 2009 19 238 4 234 12.3 3 5. Ryan Matthews San Jose St., 2009 20 234 1 233 11.6 1 6. Wendell Mathis at Hawai`i, 2005 19 229 0 229 12.1 3 7. Jim Long Cal Poly, 1964 29 222 0 222 7.6 3 8. Rodney Davis at Louisiana Tech, 2002 37 224 3 221 6.0 2 9. Jerome Oliver Oregon St., 1994 37 226 6 220 5.9 1 Bryson Sumlin Hawai`i, 2004 18 222 2 220 12.2 3 11. Ron Rivers San Diego St., 1993 29 221 3 218 7.5 2 12. Robbie Rouse Nevada, 2010 26 219 2 217 8.3 2 13. Jaime Kimbrough San Jose St., 1998 31 213 1 212 6.8 1 Aaron Craver UNLV, 1989 28 220 8 212 7.6 1 Michael Pittman Boise St., 1996 21 214 2 212 10.1 1 16. Michael Pittman Baylor, 1997 28 211 3 208 7.4 2 17. Ron Rivers at New Mexico, 1993 32 211 6 205 6.4 1 18. Paris Gaines Louisiana Tech, 2001 27 204 1 203 7.5 2 19. Rodney Davis SMU, 2002 21 203 2 201 9.6 1 20. Dean Jones at Montana St., 1977 21 199 0 199 9.5 2 21. Larry Willoughby San Francisco St., 1952 23 198 0 198 8.6 1 22. Lorenzo Neal at Pacific, 1992 21 200 4 196 9.3 1 23. Larry Miller at New Mexico St., 1972 34 195 0 195 5.7 2 24. Wendell Mathis at Louisiana Tech, 2004 28 194 3 191 6.8 1 25. Don Driscoll San Francisco St., 1954 11 190 2 188 17.1 3

Player Opponent, Year Car. YG YL Net Avg. TD 26. Dale Messer San Diego St., 1958 22 186 0 186 8.4 0 Ryan Mathews Utah St., 2009 23 185 0 185 8.0 2 28. Jaime Kimbrough UTEP, 1998 15 184 0 184 12.2 1 29. Michael Pittman Louisiana Monroe, 1995 25 184 3 181 7.2 1 30. Lonyae Miller Idaho, 2008 15 181 0 181 12.1 1 31. Dwayne Wright Louisiana Tech, 2003 25 179 2 177 7.1 1 32. Robbie Rouse at Hawai’i, 2011 37 177 1 176 4.8 1 Wendell Mathis Hawai`i, 2004 23 177 1 176 7.7 3 Derrick Ward at Nevada, 1999 14 177 1 176 12.6 2 James Williams at Long Beach St., 1985 30 176 0 176 5.9 3 36. Aaron Craver New Mexico, 1990 31 177 2 175 5.7 2 37. Ryan Mathews at Illinois, 2009 32 180 7 173 5.4 3 Ron Rivers at San Diego St., 1992 16 175 2 173 10.8 2 39. Robbie Rouse at Nevada, 2011 25 181 9 172 6.9 2 40. James Williams Long Beach St., 1986 21 171 0 171 8.1 1 Ron Rivers UTEP, 1993 21 172 1 171 8.1 1 Ryan Mathews at Nevada, 2007 14 171 0 171 12.2 3 43. Dean Philpott Hawai`i, 1956 19 170 0 170 8.9 0 44. Robbie Rouse at No. 10 Nebraska, 2011 36 169 0 169 4.7 0 Ken Lovely at Montana St., 1979 23 175 6 169 7.6 0 Kenny Gleason Chico St., 1937 — 169 — 169 — — 47. Don Driscoll Cal State L.A., 1954 13 171 3 168 12.9 5 48. Ryan Mathews at UCLA, 2008 21 169 8 166 7.9 1 49. Jaime Kimbrough Nevada, 1998 26 169 5 164 6.3 1 50. Bob Garner at BYU, 1956 12 167 4 163 13.5 0 Ryan Mathews at Rutgers, 2008 26 165 2 163 6.3 3

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O STATE Larry Willoughby, 1952

1,000-YARD RUSHING SEASONS (19) Att. Yards TDs

S 20 UC Davis........................ O 4 Pepperdine..................... O 10 at San Jose State........... O 18 Utah State...................... O 24 at Occidental.................. N 1 at San Diego State......... N 8 at Nevada....................... 9 252 0 N 15 Pacific............................ N 22 San Francisco State....... N 29 Whittier........................... Totals (10 games) 141 1,092 11

James Williams, 1985

Att. Yards TDs S 14 UNLV.............................. 25 156 2 S 21 at Oregon State.............. 26 117 1 S 28 Cal Poly.......................... 14 109 1 O 5 Hawai’i........................... 5 16 0 O 12 San Jose State............... 10 38 0 O 19 at New Mexico State...... 19 105 1 O 26 at Utah State.................. 18 106 2 N 2 CS Fullertson................. 8 61 1 N 9 at Pacific........................ 1 -3 0 N 16 at Long Beach State...... 30 176 3 N 21 Wichita State.................. 23 136 2 D 14 vs. Bowling Green*......... 18 94 1 Totals (12 games) 197 1,111 14

Aaron Craver, 1989

Att. Yards TDs S 2 Utah............................... 22 103 0 S 9 Montana......................... 22 103 1 S 16 at Pacific........................ 22 135 0 S 23 Long Beach State.......... 14 116 1 O 7 Oregon State.................. 21 79 0 O 14 at Utah State.................. 19 101 1 O 21 CS Fullerton................... 19 124 2 O 28 UNLV.............................. 28 212 1 N 4 San Jose State............... 34 88 0 N 11 at New Mexico State...... 13 132 3 N 18 at New Mexico............... 11 55 0 D 9 vs. Ball State*................. 22 65 0 Totals (12 games) 247 1,313 9

Aaron Craver, 1990

Ron Rivers, 1992

Att. Yards TDs S 5 at Pacific........................ 9 43 0 S 12 at Oregon State.............. 4 12 0 S 19 Colorado State............... 10 119 1 S 26 Washington State........... 9 35 0 O 3 Louisiana Tech............... 10 68 0 O 10 at BYU............................ 5 28 0 O 17 at Hawai’i....................... 15 74 1 O 24 New Mexico................... 16 102 2 O 31 Wyoming........................ 19 105 1 N 7 Utah............................... 14 66 0 N 21 at San Diego State......... 16 173 2 N 28 at UTEP.......................... 8 79 1 D 29 vs. USC*......................... 19 104 1 Totals (13 games) 154 1,007 9

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Att. Yards TDs S 4 at Baylor......................... 12 75 2 S 11 Oregon State.................. 18 155 3 S 18 at New Mexico............... 32 205 1 S 25 Utah State...................... 18 106 1 O 9 at Colorado State........... 13 52 1 O 16 Air Force......................... 16 135 1 O 23 at BYU............................ 27 143 1 O 30 at Wyoming.................... 20 73 1 N 6 UTEP.............................. 21 171 1 N 13 Hawai’i........................... 10 107 0 N 20 San Diego State............. 29 218 2 D 25 vs. Colorado*................. 14 37 0 Totals (12 games) 230 1,477 14

Jerome Oliver, 1994

Att. Yards TDs A 29 vs. No. 20 Ohio State..... 1 -7 0 S 3 San Jose State............... - DNP S 20 at Washington State....... 13 23 0 S 17 Oregon State.................. 37 220 1 S 24 at Hawai’i....................... 35 148 2 O 8 No. 22 BYU.................... 29 96 1 O 15 Wyoming........................ 32 160 1 O 22 at Air Force..................... 10 13 0 O 29 New Mexico................... 24 155 0 N 5 Nevada........................... 15 58 1 N 12 at UTEP.......................... 20 69 0 N 19 Colorado State............... 31 127 1 N 26 at San Diego State......... 11 44 1 Totals (12 games) 258 1,106 8

Michael Pittman, 1996

Att. Yards TDs A 31 Oregon........................... 39 151 2 S 7 at No. 18 Auburn............ 6 19 0 S 21 Utah............................... 5 26 0 S 28 Hawai’i........................... 20 108 0 O 12 San Jose State............... 13 41 0 O 19 at Wyoming.................... 19 77 0 O 26 at UNLV.......................... 27 130 3 N 2 Boise State..................... 21 212 1 N 9 Colorado State............... 26 157 3 N 16 Air Force......................... 21 138 3 N 23 at San Diego State......... 17 73 1 Totals (11 games).......................... 214 1,132 13

Michael Pittman, 1997

Att. Yards TDs A 30 Portland State................ - DNP S 6 Baylor............................. 28 204 2 S 13 at Oklahoma State......... 16 12 0 S 20 at Oregon....................... 24 131 1 O 2 Utah............................... 31 112 0 O 11 at Hawai’i....................... 16 48 0 O 18 at No. 17 Air Force......... 25 105 0 O 25 UNLV.............................. 14 82 0 N 1 at San Jose State........... 23 107 4 N 8 at Colorado State........... 20 71 0 N 15 San Diego State............. 16 47 0 N 22 Wyoming........................ 25 138 1 Totals (11 games).......................... 238 1,057 8

Jaime Kimbrough, 1998

Att. Yards TDs S 12 at Colorado.................... 22 107 1 S 19 at Texas Tech................. 24 40 1 S 26 Nevada........................... 26 164 1 O 3 BYU................................ 22 66 0 O 10 at TCU............................ 14 21 0 O 17 at Utah........................... 10 40 0 O 24 UTEP.............................. 15 184 1 O 31 at New Mexico............... 20 161 3 N 7 at San Diego State......... 11 29 0 N 14 Hawai’i........................... 18 144 2 N 21 at San Jose State........... 31 213 1 Totals (11 games).......................... 213 1,168 10

Paris Gaines, 2001

Att. Yards TDs A 26 at Colorado.................... 16 43 1 S 2 No. 10 Oregon State...... 20 69 1 S 8 at No. 23 Wisconsin....... 19 86 0 S 22 at Tulsa........................... 7 27 0 S 29 Louisiana Tech............... 27 203 2 O 13 at Colorado State........... 18 111 0 O 19 Boise State..................... 25 97 1 O 26 at Hawai’i....................... 19 46 0 N 3 Rice................................ 10 63 0 N 10 at SMU........................... 12 61 0 N 17 at nevada....................... 10 50 1 N 23 San Jose State............... 18 107 1 D 1 Utah State...................... 9 55 0 D 31 vs. Michitan State*......... 10 26 1 Totals (14 games).......................... 220 1,044 8

Rodney Davis, 2002

Att. Yards TDs A 23 at No. 25 Wisconsin....... 8 19 0 A 29 San Diego State............. 16 80 0 S 7 at No. 13 Oregon........... 20 118 1 S 21 at Oregon State.............. 17 78 0 S 28 at Rice............................ 23 90 0 O 4 Colorado State............... 18 115 1 O 12 SMU............................... 21 201 1 O 18 at Boise State................ 9 30 0 O 25 Hawai’i........................... 28 140 1 N 9 Tulsa............................... 31 145 1 N 16 Nevada........................... 22 98 0 N 23 at San Jose State........... 26 98 0 D 5 Louisiana Tech............... 37 221 2 D 31 vs. Georgia Tech*........... 37 153 2 Totals (14 games).......................... 313 1586 9

Dwayne Wright, 2003

Att. Yards TDs A 30 at No. 12 Tennessee...... 1 0 0 S 5 Oregon State.................. 9 29 0 S 13 at No. 1 Oklahoma......... 8 83 1 S 20 Louisiana Tech............... 25 177 1 S 27 Portland State................ 19 113 0 O 4 at Colorado State........... 19 79 0 O 11 at Hawai’i....................... 5 19 0 O 25 Rice................................ 12 96 0 N 1 at SMU........................... 15 45 0 N 8 at Nevada....................... 20 91 1 N 15 San Jose State............... 15 106 0 N 21 No. 20 Boise State......... 16 45 0 N 29 at UTEP.......................... 13 97 0 D 30 vs. UCLA*....................... 13 58 0 Totals (14 games).......................... 190 1038 3

RECORDS & HISTORY

Att. Yards TDs S 1 Eastern Michigan........... 30 99 1 S 8 New Mexico................... 31 175 2 S 15 at Utah........................... 25 74 2 S 22 New Mexico State.......... 26 95 2 S 29 CS Fullerton................... 24 121 2 O 6 at Northern Illinois.......... 15 27 1 O 13 Utah State...................... 24 115 1 O 20 Long Beach State.......... - DNP N 3 at UNLV.......................... 17 136 3 N 10 Pacific............................ 17 105 3 N 17 at San Jose State........... 15 56 0 Totals (10 games) 225 1,003 17

Ron Rivers, 1993

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FRESNO 1,000-YARD RUSHING SEASONS (19) Bryson Sumlin, 2004

Att. Yards TDs S 5 at Washington................ 2 3 0 S 11 at No. 13 Kansas State.. 13 70 2 S 18 Portland State................ 26 127 0 O 2 at Louisiana Tech........... 11 57 0 O 9 UTEP.............................. 26 160 1 O 23 at No. 16 Boise State..... 7 10 0 O 30 SMU............................... 14 56 2 N 6 at Rice............................ 10 26 1 N 12 Hawai’i........................... 18 220 3 N 20 Nevada........................... 18 147 1 N 27 at San Jose State........... 25 134 3 D 27 vs. No. 18 Virginia*......... 21 94 0 Totals (12 games).......................... 191 1104 13

Att. Yards TDs S 1 Nevada........................... 26 158 3 S 9 No. 20 Oregon............... 29 154 1 S 16 at Washington................ 28 136 2 S 30 Colorado State............... 16 77 1 O 7 at Utah State.................. 26 138 0 O 14 Hawai’i........................... 11 16 0 O 21 at No. 14 LSU................ 15 42 0 N 1 at Boise State................ 17 86 0 N 11 New Mexico State.......... 26 121 2 N 18 Idaho.............................. 19 133 0 N 24 at Louisiana Tech........... 25 295 1 D 2 at San Jose State........... 23 106 1 Totals (12 games).......................... 261 1462 11

Wendell Mathis, 2005

Ryan Mathews, 2009

Att. Yards TDs S 10 Weber State................... 14 77 3 S 17 at Oregon....................... 18 70 1 S 27 Toledo............................ 9 27 1 O 8 at New Mexico State...... 22 105 1 O 15 Utah State...................... 21 97 1 O 22 at Idaho.......................... 11 101 1 O 29 at Hawai’i....................... 19 229 3 N 5 San Jose State............... 21 105 1 N 10 Boise State..................... 25 121 1 N 19 at No. 1 USC.................. 23 109 1 N 26 at Nevada....................... 17 86 0 D 2 Louisiana Tech............... 17 69 0 D 31 vs. Tulsa*........................ 31 117 1 Totals (13 games).......................... 248 1313 15

Dwayne Wright, 2006

Att. Yards TDs S 5 UC Davis........................ 11 106 1 S 12 at Wisconsin.................. 19 107 0 S 18 No. 10 Boise State......... 19 234 3 S 26 at No. 14 Cincinnati....... 38 145 1 O 10 at Hawai’i....................... 24 149 1 O 17 San Jose State............... 20 233 1 O 24 at New Mexico State...... 25 157 2 O 31 Utah State...................... 23 185 2 N 7 at Idaho.......................... 26 143 3 N 14 at Nevada....................... 8 32 0 N 21 Louisiana Tech............... - DNP D 5 at Illinois......................... 32 173 3 D 19 vs. Wyoming*................. 31 144 2 Totals (12 games).......................... 276 1808 19

Robbie Rouse, 2010

Att. Yards TDs S 4 Cincinnati....................... 20 40 0 S 18 Utah State...................... - DNP S 25 at Ole Miss..................... 7 22 0 O 2 Cal Poly.......................... 14 70 1 O 9 Hawai’i........................... 9 43 0 O 16 New Mexico State.......... 16 150 2 O 23 at San Jose State........... 27 116 2 N 6 at Louisiana Tech........... 43 286 1 N 13 No. 21 Nevada............... 26 217 2 N 19 at No. 3 Boise State....... 17 70 0 N 27 Idaho.............................. 12 83 0 D 3 Illinois............................. - DNP D 18 vs. Northern Illinois*....... 14 32 0 Totals (11 games).......................... 205 1129 8

Robbie Rouse, 2011

Att. Yards TDs S 3 vs. California.................. 17 86 1 S 10 at No. 10 Nebraska........ 36 169 0 S 17 North Dakota.................. 27 110 2 S 24 at Idaho.......................... 25 112 0 O 1 Ole Miss......................... 28 123 1 O 7 No. 5 Boise State........... 10 72 0 O 15 Utah State...................... 24 140 1 O 22 at Nevada....................... 25 172 2 N 5 Louisiana Tech............... 24 96 0 N 12 at New Mexico State...... 23 86 2 N 19 at Hawai’i....................... 37 176 1 N 26 San Jose State............... 33 151 2 D 3 at San Diego State......... 20 56 1 Totals (13 games).......................... 329 1549 13

RECORDS & HISTORY

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O STATE INDIVIDUAL PASSING RECORDS Passing Yards (Career) 1. Kevin Sweeney, 1983-86 2. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 3. Mark Barsotti, 1988-91 4. David Carr, 1997-01 5. Trent Dilfer, 1991-93 6. Tom Brandstater, 2005-08 7. Billy Volek, 1996-99 8. Ryan Colburn, 2007-10 9. Jeff Tedford, 1981-82 10. Richie Donati, 1993-96 Passing Yards (Season) 1. David Carr, 2001 2. Trent Dilfer, 1993 3. Derek Carr, 2011 4. Paul Pinegar, 2005 5. Kevin Sweeney, 1984 6. Trent Dilfer, 1992 7. Jeff Tedford, 1982 8. Paul Pinegar, 2002 9. Ryan Colburn, 2010 10. Kevin Sweeney, 1985

10,808 10,136 8,093 7,849 7,631 6,857 6,532 5,334 4,872 4,467 4,839 3,799 3,544 3,335 3,259 3,000 2,993 2,929 2,817 2,789

Passing Completions (Game) 1. Dave Telford 40 2. Derek Carr 39 3. Trent Dilfer 37 4. David Carr 35 5. Paul Pinegar 33 Paul Pinegar 33 7. Ryan Colburn 32 Dave Telford 32 Kevin Sweeney 32 10. Trent Dilfer 31 Trent Dilfer 31

Passing Attempts (Career) 1. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 2. Kevin Sweeney, 1983-86 3. Mark Parsotti, 1988-91 4. Tom Brandstater, 2005-08 5. Billy Volek, 1996-99 6. David Carr, 1997-01 7. Trent Dilfer, 1991-93 8. Danny Robinson, 1965-67 9. Ryan Colburn, 2007-10 10. Jeff Tedford, 1981-82

Passing Completions (Career) 1. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 2. Kevin Sweeney, 1983-86 3. David Carr, 1997-01 4. Tom Brandstater, 2005-08 5. Billy Volek, 1996-99 6. Mark Barsotti, 1988-91 7. Trent Dilfer, 1991-93 8. Ryan Colburn, 2007-10 9. Danny Robinson, 1965-67 10. Richie Donati, 1993-96

848 740 587 584 578 559 511 412 361 328

Passing Completions (Season) 1. David Carr, 2001 2. Derek Carr, 2011 3. Paul Pinegar, 2005 4. Trent Dilfer, 1993 5. Billy Volek, 1999 6. Paul Pinegar, 2002 7. Kevin Sweeney, 1984 8. Tom Brandstater, 2008 9. David Carr, 2000 10. Tom Brandstater, 2007

Passing Attempts (Season) 1. David Carr, 2001 2. Derek Carr, 2011 3. Kevin Sweeney, 1984 4. Paul Pinegar, 2005 5. Paul Pinegar, 2002 6. Trent Dilfer, 1993 7. Billy Volek, 1999 8. Ryan Colburn, 2010 Trent Dilfer, 1992 10. David Carr, 2000

344 279 265 254 249 230 227 221 216 211

Passing Attempts (Game) 1. Dave Telford 70 2. Trent Dilfer 63 3. David Carr 56 4. Paul Pinegar 54 Trent Dilfer 54 6. Paul Pinegar 53 7. Kevin Sweeney 51 8. Jeff Tedford 50 9. Derek Carr 49

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1,405 1,355 1,031 990 962 934 865 679 663 598 533 446 421 416 403 396 383 360 360 349

Utah State, 1987 vs. Colorado, 1993 vs. Michigan St., 2001 Louisiana Tech, 2005 at Colorado St., 1993 at Boise State, 2002 Montana State, 1984 Bowling Green, 1982 Louisiana Tech, 2011

Pass Completion Percentage (Career) Minimum 300 Completions 1. David Carr, 1997-01 .628 587-of-934 2. Ryan Colburn, 2007-10 .621 412-of-663 3. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 .604 848-of-1405 4. Billy Volek, 1996-99 .601 578-of-962 5. Trent Dilfer, 1991-93 .591 511-of-865 6. Tom Brandstater, 2005-08 .590 584-of-990 7. Dave Telford, 1987-88 .565 234-of-414 8. Richie Donati, 1993-96 .562 316-of-598 9. Kevin Sweeney, 1983-86 .546 740-of-1355 10. Mark Barsotti, 1988-91 .542 559-of-1031 Pass Completion Percentage (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Billy Volek, 1999 .650 2. David Carr, 2001 .645 3. Mark Barsotti, 1992 .644 4. Trent Dilfer, 1993 .641 5. Paul Pinegar, 2005 .637 6. Ryan Colburn, 2010 .631 7. Tom Brandstater, 2007 .626 8. Derek Carr, 2011 .626 9. David Carr, 2000 .619 10. Jim Arellanes, 1996 .616

249-of-383 344-of-533 123-of-191 254-of-396 265-of-416 227-of-360 211-of-337 279-of-446 216-of-349 173-of-281

Pass Completion Percentage (Game) Minimum 10 Attempts 1. 2.

Ryan Colburn Mark Barsotti

1.000 .833

14-for-14 15-fo-18

at Idaho, 2009 at New Mexico, 1988

Pass Completion Percentage (Game) Minimum 20 Attempts 1. 2. 3. 4.

Kevin Sweeney Trent Dilfer Kevin Sweeney Derek Carr

.841 .816 .800 .796

22-of-27 31-of-38 28-of-35 39-of-49

Most Touchdown Passes (Career) 1. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 2. David Carr, 1997-01 3. Kevin Sweeney, 1983-86 4. Billy Volek, 1996-99 5. Trent Dilfer, 1991-93 6. Mark Barsotti, 1988-91 7. Tom Brandstater, 2005-08 8. Jeff Tedford, 1981-82 9. Danny Robinson, 1965-67 10. Derek Carr, 2009-Pres. Jim Arellanes, 1995-96

Wichita State, 1985 at Baylor, 1993 at Pacific, 1985 La Tech, 2011

84 70 69 57 53 50 47 35 30 26 26

TOP 50 SINGLE-GAME PASSING MARKS

Opponent, Year Att. Cmp INT Pct. Yards TD at Pacific, 1987 47 32 1 .681 536 3 vs. Michigan State, 2001 56 35 2 .625 531 4 vs. Colorado, 1993 63 37 1 .587 523 2 Montana State, 1984 51 32 1 .686 476 2 at Baylor, 1993 38 31 0 .816 473 3 at BYU, 1993 34 21 0 .618 456 4 Utah State, 2001 27 21 0 .778 432 6 at Oregon, 2005 43 33 1 .767 418 3 at Colorado State, 1993 54 31 0 .574 415 3 UTEP, 1995 31 22 0 .710 412 5 at Nevada, 2005 45 30 1 .667 405 4 at Hawai`i, 2001 45 28 1 .622 400 4 at Utah State, 1987 70 40 3 .571 400 1 at New Mexico St., 2011 34 22 0 .647 391 3 vs. Air Force, 2000 33 22 1 .667 391 5 at Colorado State, 2001 37 28 0 .757 389 2 Montana State, 1982 25 16 1 .640 373 3 Bowling Green, 1982 50 31 4 .620 373 3 Utah State, 1984 30 18 0 .600 372 2 at Idaho, 2011 37 24 2 .649 371 5 at Boise State, 2002 53 27 2 .509 371 3 San Jose State, 2005 35 22 0 .629 368 1 at Nevada, 2001 34 23 1 .676 368 4 New Mexico St., 1984 42 25 0 .595 368 4 UNLV, 1981 30 16 3 .533 365 2 at Nevada 35 24 1 .686 362 2

Player 27. Richie Donati 28. Paul Pinegar 29. Richie Donati Jim Arellanes 31. Billy Volek 32. Jim Arellanes 33. Sergio Toscano Kevin Sweeney 35. David Carr 36. David Carr 37. Jeff Tedford 38. David Carr 39. Richie Donati 40. Kevin Sweeney Jim Arellanes 42. Derek Carr 43. Kevin Sweeney 44. Mark Barsotti 45. Kevin Sweeney 46. Richie Donati 47. Kevin Sweeney Beau Carter 49. David Carr Kevin Sweeney Mark Barsotti

Opponent, Year Att. Cmp INT Pct. Yards TD at San Diego State, 1995 38 21 2 .553 360 2 Louisiana Tech, 2005 54 33 2 .611 358 3 Colorado State, 1994 49 21 0 .429 356 2 San Jose State, 1996 29 21 0 .724 356 3 at Texas Tech, 1998 32 19 0 .593 349 0 at San Diego State, 1996 34 23 3 .676 348 1 at Long Beach State, 1979 45 25 2 .556 346 0 at Pacific, 1985 35 28 1 .800 346 1 Boise State, 2001 49 30 1 .612 345 3 Rice, 2001 33 21 0 .636 343 5 Southern Illinois, 1981 38 19 2 .500 342 1 Oregon State, 2001 34 21 0 .618 340 4 at San Diego State, 1994 36 23 0 .639 338 1 at San Jose State, 1986 23 13 0 .565 337 3 BYU, 1995 36 26 2 .722 337 2 at San Diego State, 2011 19 35 1 .543 336 2 San Jose State, 1983 42 19 3 .452 335 2 at Utah, 1990 30 13 2 .433 334 0 Montana State, 1986 25 13 1 .520 332 2 Wyoming, 1994 30 13 0 .433 331 2 Bowling Green, 1983 31 20 3 .645 329 2 Abilene Christian, 1963 40 24 0 .600 329 2 San Jose State, 2001 36 21 0 .583 328 2 Oregon State, 1986 40 26 1 .650 328 2 at Washington State, 1991 28 20 0 .714 328 2

RECORDS & HISTORY

Player 1. Dave Telford 2. David Carr 3. Trent Dilfer 4. Kevin Sweeney 5. Trent Dilfer 6. Trent Dilfer 7. David Carr 8. Paul Pinegar 9. Trent Dilfer 10. Jim Arellanes 11. Paul Pinegar 12. David Carr Dave Telford 14. Derek Carr David Carr 16. David Carr 17. Jeff Tedford Jeff Tedford 19. Kevin Sweeney 20. Derek Carr Paul Pinegar 22. Paul Pinegar David Carr Kevin Sweeney 25. Jeff Tedford Ryan Colbrun

Utah State, 1987 Louisiana Tech, 2011 vs. Colorado, 1993 vs. Michigan State, 2001 Louisiana Tech, 2005 at Oregon, 2005 at Ole Miss, 2010 at Pacific, 1987 Montana State, 1984 at Colorado State, 1993 at Baylor, 1993

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FRESNO INDIVIDUAL PASSING RECORDS Most Touchdown Passes (Season) 1. David Carr, 2001 2. Paul Pinegar, 2005 Billy Volek, 1999 Trent Dilfer, 1993 5. Derek Carr, 2011 6. Jeff Tedford, 1982 7. Paul Pinegar, 2004 David Carr, 2000 9. Trent Dilfer, 1992 Jackie Fellows, 2942 11. Paul Pinegar, 2002 Kevin Sweeney, 1984 * Led NCAA

46* 30 30 30 26 24 23 23 21 21 20 20

Most Touchdown Passes (Game) 1. David Carr 6 Utah State, 2001 Bill Yancy 6 Long Beach State, 1978 3. Derek Carr 5 at Idaho, 2011 David Carr 5 Rice, 2001 David Carr 5 Air Force, 2000* Billy Volek 5 San Jose State, 1999 Jim Arellanes 5 UTEP, 1995 Jeff Tedford 5 Pacific, 1982 9. 7 Players 4 11 different times * Denotes Bowl Game

Most Games With 4 or More TD Passes (Career) 1. David Carr, 1997-01 2. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 Most 300-Yard Passing Games (Career) 1. David Carr, 1997-01 2. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 3. Kevin Sweeney, 1983-86 4. Jim Arellanes, 1995-96 Trent Dilfer, 1991-93 Mark Barsotti, 1988-91 7. Derek Carr, 2009-Pres Richie Donati, 1993-96 Jeff Tedford, 1981-82

13 10 9 5 5 5 4 4 4

Most 300-Yard Passing Games (Season) 1. David Carr, 2001 2. Paul Pinegar, 2005 3. Trent Dilfer, 1993 4. Derek Carr, 2011 5. Paul Pinegar, 2002 Jim Arellanes, 1996 Richie Donati, 1994 Mark Barsotti, 1990 Kevin Sweeney, 1986 Kevin Sweeney, 1984

11 6 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

Most Interceptions (Career) 1. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 Kevin Sweeney, 1983-86

49 49

7 2

Most Interceptions (Season) 1. Jeff Tedford, 1982 22 Neftali Cortez, 1975 22 Most Interceptions (Game) 1. Ron Hudson 6 Humboldt State, 1968 Lowest Interception Percentage (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts Name, Year INT % 1. Billy Volek, 1996-99 1.25

Int-Att 12-962

Lowest Interception Percentage (Season) Minimum 100 Attempts Name, Year INT % 1. Billy Volek, 1999 0.78 2 Billy Volek, 1998 1.15 3. Trent Dilfer, 1993 1.26 4. Tom Brandstater, 2007 1.48 5. David Carr, 2001 1.69 6. Derek Carr, 2011 2.01

Int-Att 3-383 3-261 5-396 5-337 9-533 9-446

Consecutive Passes Without an Interception 1. Trent Dilfer (1993) Highest Passing Efficiency Rating (Season) 1. Trent Dilfer, 1993

318 167.2

RECORDS & HISTORY

3,000-YARD PASSING SEASONS (6)

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Kevin Sweeney, 1984

C-A-I Yards TDs S 1 at Arizona................... 13-28-0 204 2 S 8 at Boise State............ 19-31-1 270 2 S 15 Cal Poly...................... 13-29-2 231 2 S 22 Long Beach State...... 12-26-1 155 1 S 29 New Mexico State...... 25-42-0 368 4 O 6 at Hawai’i................... 20-41-4 258 1 O 20 Utah State.................. 18-30-0 372 2 O 27 at San Jose State....... 12-23-0 238 2 N 3 at CS Fullerton........... 22-37-2 239 1 N 10 Pacific........................ 22-41-1 229 0 N 17 Montana State........... 32-51-1 476 2 N 24 at UNLV...................... 19-42-1 219 1 Totals (12 games)...................... 227-421-13 3,259 20

Trent Dilfer, 1993

Trent Dilfer, 1992

David Carr, 2001

C-A-I Yards TDs S 5 at Pacific.................... 10-18-0 167 1 S 12 at Oregon State.......... 14-36-2 250 1 S 19 Colorado State........... 16-26-1 251 3 S 26 Washington State....... 15-31-3 246 1 O 3 Louisiana Tech........... 13-20-1 172 5 O 10 at BYU........................ 17-38-2 288 1 O 17 at Hawai’i................... 15-29-1 250 1 O 24 New Mexico............... 15-28-0 188 1 O 31 Wyoming.................... 19-30-0 282 2 N 7 Utah........................... 13-25-1 223 0 N 21 at San Diego State..... 15-29-1 268 2 N 28 at UTEP...................... 13-22-2 251 3 D 29 vs. USC*..................... 13-28-0 164 0 Totals (13 games)...................... 188-360-14 3,000 21

C-A-I Yards TDs S 4 at Baylor..................... 31-38-0 473 3 S 11 Oregon State.............. 16-25-4 152 1 S 18 at New Mexico........... 19-26-0 244 3 S 25 Utah State.................. 14-23-0 295 3 O 9 at Colorado State....... 31-54-0 415 3 O 16 Air Force..................... 12-20-0 165 0 O 23 at BYU........................ 21-34-0 456 4 O 30 at Wyoming................ 21-34-0 309 2 N 6 UTEP.......................... 17-24-0 227 2 N 13 Hawai’i....................... 14-22-0 268 4 N 20 San Diego State......... 21-33-0 272 3 D 25 vs. No. 17 Colorado*.. 37-63-1 523 2 Totals (12 games)...................... 254-396-5 3,799 30 C-A-I Yards TDs A 26 at Colorado................ 21-36-0 198 1 S 2 No. 10 Oregon State.. 21-34-0 340 4 S 8 at No. 23 Wisconsin... 22-38-1 240 2 S 22 at Tulsa....................... 22-29-1 314 3 S 29 Louisiana Tech........... 26-42-0 319 2 O 13 at Colorado State....... 28-37-0 389 2 O 19 Boise State................. 30-49-1 345 3 O 26 at Hawai’i................... 28-45-1 400 4 N 3 Rice............................ 20-32-0 334 5 N 10 at SMU....................... 25-37-2 2992 4 N 17 at Nevada................... 23-34-1 368 4 N 23 at San Jose State....... 21-36-0 328 2 D 1 Utah State.................. 21-27-0 432 6 D 31 vs. Michigan State*.... 35-56-2 531 4 Totals (14 games)...................... 344-533-9 4,839 46

Paul Pinegar, 2005

C-A-I Yards TDs S 10 Weber State............... 14-18-0 189 2 S 17 at Oregon................... 33-43-1 418 3 S 27 Toledo........................ 9-16-0 69 2 O 8 at New Mexico State.. 10-19-0 112 2 O 15 Utah State.................. 10-17-1 138 2 O 22 at Idaho...................... 21-33-0 228 1 O 29 at Hawai’i................... 15-25-2 213 1 N 5 San Jose State........... 22-35-0 368 3 N 10 Boise State................. 22-36-1 307 2 N 19 at No. 1 USC.............. 27-45-4 317 4 N 26 at Nevada................... 30-45-1 405 4 D 2 Louisiana Tech........... 33-54-3 358 3 D 31 vs. Tulsa*.................... 19-30-2 213 1 Totals (13 games)...................... 265-416-15 3,335 30

Derek Carr, 2011

C-A-I Yards TDs S 3 vs. California.............. 21-33-1 150 1 S 10 at No. 10 Nebraska.... 20-41-0 254 1 S 17 North Dakota.............. 11-17-0 235 2 S 24 at Idaho...................... 24-37-2 371 5 O 1 Ole Miss..................... 25-37-1 281 1 O 7 No. 5 Boise State....... 17-30-1 126 0 O 15 Utah State.................. 23-39-0 248 2 O 22 at Nevada................... 20-37-0 315 3 N 5 Louisiana Tech........... 39-49-2 290 3 N 12 at New Mexico State.. 22-34-0 391 3 N 19 at Hawai’i................... 19-29-0 271 2 N 26 San Jose State........... 19-28-1 276 1 D 3 at San Diego State..... 19-35-1 336 2 Totals (13 games)...................... 279-446-9 3,544 26

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O STATE RECEIVING RECORDS

Pass Receptions (Career) 1. Rodney Wright, 1998-01 2. Bernard Berrian, 1999-03 3. Brian Roberson, 1993-96 4. Charlie Jones, 1992-95 5. Charles Smith, 1998-01 6. Larry Willis, 1983-84 7. Marque Davis, 1999-03 8. Henry Ellard, 1979-82 9. Seyi Ajirotutu, 2007-09 10. Jermaine Jamison, 2001-05

222 199 188 187 171 142 139 138 125 124

Pass Receptions (Season) 1. Rodney Wright, 2001 2. Bernard Berrian, 2001 3. Larry Willis, 1984 4. Brian Roberson, 1996 5. Ron Jenkins, 1987 6. Rodney Wright, 1999 7. Charlie Jones, 1995 8. Marque Davis, 2002 9. Bernard Berrian, 2003 Larry Willis, 2983

104 85 79 78 76 74 71 64 63 63

Pass Receptions (Game) 1. Ron Jenkins Larry Willis 3. Stephone Paige Lloyd Madden 5. Rodney Wright 6. Devon Wylie Bernard Berrian Rodney Wright Rodney Wright Larry Willis 11. Brian Roberson 12. Matt Rivera Brian Roberson Charlie Jones Larry Willis Ted Torosian

16 16 15 15 14 13 13 13 13 13 11 10 10 10 10 10

at Pacific, 1987 Montana State, 1984 Bowling Green, 1982 at Pacific, 1967 Boise State, 2001 Louisiana Tech, 2011 Boise State, 2003 vs. Michigan State, 2001 California, 2000 New Mexico St., 1984 at San Diego St., 1994 Louisiana Tech, 2005 at Utah, 1996 at Hawai’i, 1995 at Pacific, 1983 at San Jose State

Pass Receptions (In One Half) 1. Stephone Paige 9 Bowling Green, 1982 Ron Jenkins 9 Pacific, 1987 3,344 3,274 2,956 2,947 2,849 2,368 2,260 1,963 1,876 1,874

1,630 1,510 1,364 1,251 1,248 1,171 1,065 1,062 1,009 987

Yards Per Reception (Career) Minimum 50 Receptions 1. Stephen Baker, 1985-86

26.3

Yards Per Reception (Career) 1. Henry Ellard, 1982

24.4

Yards Per Reception (Game) Minimum 5 Receptions 1. Charlie Jones 33.6 2. Henry Ellard 32.0 3. Henry Ellard 31.7 4. Jalen Saunders 28.4 5. Charlie Jones 28.0

Wyoming, 1994 at Nevada, 1982 Montana State, 1982 at Idaho, 2011 UTEP, 1995

Receiving Touchdowns (Career) 1. Bernard Berrian, 1999-03 Charlie Jones, 1992-95 Henry Ellard, 1979-82 4. Rodney Wright, 1998-01 5. Charles Smith, 1998-01 6. Malcolm Seabron, 1990-93 7. Joe Fernandez, 2002-06 8. Jalen Saunders, 2010-Present Brian Roberson, 1993-96 John Sexton, 1968-70

25 25 25 23 19 18 16 15 15 15

Receiving Touchdowns (Season) 1. Henry Ellard, 1982 2. Bernard Berrian, 2001 3. Jalen Saunders, 2011 Malcolm Seabron, 1983 5. Rodney Wright, 2001 Gary Boreham, 1970 7. Charlie Jones, 1995 John Sexton, 1970 Chuck Toy, 1950 10. Joe Fernandez, 2005 Marty Thompson, 1991 Larry Willis, 1984 Stephone Paige, 1982

15 13 12 12 11 11 9 9 9 8 8 8 8

Receiving Touchdowns (Game) 1. Charlie Jones 4 UTEP, 1995 Jim Molich 4 Occidental, 1942 3. Bernard Berrian 3 Utah State, 2001 Larry Willis 3 New Mexico State, 1984 Henry Ellard 3 Long Beach State, 1982 Stephone Paige 3 Pacific, 1982 Consecutive Games with a Touchdown 1. Henry Ellard, 1982 2. Jalen Saunders, 2011 3. Bernard Berrian, 2001 4. Rodney Wright, 2001

8 7 5 4

Consecutive Games with a Catch 1. Henry Ellard, 1979-82 Jalen Saunders, 2010-11

34 26

100-Yard Receiving Games (Career) 1. Bernard Berrian, 1999-03 Charlie Jones, 1992-95 3. Brian Roberson, 1993-96 Larry Willis, 1983-84 Henry Ellard, 1979-82 6. Rodney Wright, 1998-01 7. Stephen Baker, 1985-86 8. Jalen Saunders, 2010-11 Marque Davis, 1999-03 Charles Smith, 1998-01

12 12 11 11 11 10 6 5 5 5

100-Yard Receiving Games (Season) 1. Henry Ellard, 1982 2. Larry Willis, 1983 3. Bernard Berrian, 2001 Rodney Wright, 2001 5. Jalen Saunders, 2011 Bernard Berrian, 2000 7. Charlie Jones, 1995 Charlie Jones, 1993 Ron Jenkins, 1987 Larry Willis, 1984

9 7 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4

Consecutive 100-Yard Receiving Games 1. Rodney Wright, 2001 Henry Ellard, 1987

4 4

Most TD Passes Caught of 50+ Yards (Career) 1. Henry Ellard, 1982 2. Jalen Saunders, 2011

8 8

TOP 50 SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING BESTS Player Opponent, Year 1. Rodney Wright vs. Michigan State, 2001 2. Larry Willis Montana State, 1984 3. Stephone Paige Bowling Green, 1982 4. Charlie Jones Wyoming, 1994 5. Larry Willis New Mexico State, 1984 6. Henry Ellard at Nevada, 1982 7. Charlie Jones UTEP, 1995 8. Henry Ellard Montana State, 1982 9. Jahine Arnold at San Diego State, 1995 10. Brian Roberson at San Diego State, 1994 11. Brian Roberson San Jose State, 1996 12. Rodney Wright Oregon State, 2001 13. Rodney Wright Boise State, 2001 14. Charlie Jones BYU, 1994 15. Jalen Saunders at New Mexico State, 2011 Rodney Wright California, 2000 17. Charlie Jones at Baylor, 1993 18. Lloyd Madden at Pacific, 1967 19. Bernard Berrian at Tulsa, 2001 20. Bernard Berrian vs. Air Force, 2000 21. Anthony Williams at Pacific, 1987 22. Bernard Berrian Utah State, 2001 Ron Jenkins at Pacific, 1987 24. Rodney Wright UTEP, 1999 25. Jalen Saunders North Dakota, 2011 Larry Willis at Pacific, 1983

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Rec. Yards Avg. TD 13 299 23.0 2 16 282 17.6 2 15 246 16.4 2 7 235 33.6 2 13 231 17.8 3 7 230 32.0 2 8 224 28.0 4 7 222 31.7 2 9 221 24.6 1 11 213 19.4 0 9 204 22.7 2 7 182 26.0 2 14 179 12.8 1 7 177 25.3 1 7 174 24.9 2 13 174 13.4 2 7 173 24.7 2 15 172 11.5 1 9 169 18.8 2 7 162 23.1 2 7 161 21.6 1 4 158 39.5 3 16 158 9.9 0 7 156 22.2 1 3 154 51.3 2 10 154 15.4 2

Player Henry Ellard 28. Jahine Arnold 29. Joe Fernandez 30. Devon Wylie Paul Williams David Dunn Dwight Pickens 34. Enis Gilbeau 35. Brian Roberson 36. Rodney Wright Rodney Wright 38. Brian Roberson 39. Jalen Saunders Brian Roberson 41. Rodney Wright 42. Seyi Ajirotutu Paul Williams 44. Brian Roberson Larry Willis Henry Ellard 47. Isaiah Burse 47. Marlon Moore Brian Roberson 50. Marque Davis Marque Davis Deandre Gilbert

Opponent, Year Long Beach State, 1982 at Hawai’i, 1995 at Nevada, 2005 Louisiana Tech, 2011 Boise State, 2005 vs. Colorado, 1993 Utah State, 1988 UNLV, 1979 BYU, 1995 Rice, 2001 at Hawai’i, 2001 Air Force, 1996 at Idaho, 2011 at Utah, 1996 San Jose State, 1999 at Louisiana Tech, 2008 San Jose State, 2005 at San Diego State, 1996 at Utah State, 1983 at Pacific, 1981 San Jose State, 2011 Kansas State, 2007 at UTEP, 1994 at Rice, 2002 at Louisiana Tech, 2002 at Louisiana Tech, 2002

Rec. Yards Avg. TD 9 154 17.1 3 8 152 19.0 1 9 150 16.6 1 13 149 11.5 1 6 149 24.8 2 9 149 16.6 0 7 149 21.3 1 8 147 18.4 2 8 146 18.3 2 8 145 18.1 2 9 145 16.1 1 7 144 20.6 1 5 142 28.4 2 10 142 14.2 1 7 139 19.8 1 7 137 19.5 2 6 137 22.8 1 9 136 15.1 1 8 136 17.0 0 7 136 19.4 0 7 135 19.3 0 9 134 14.8 2 7 134 19.1 1 6 133 22.2 1 7 133 19.0 1 5 133 26.6 1

RECORDS & HISTORY

Receiving Yardage (Career) 1. Charlie Jones, 1992-95 2. Rodney Wright, 1998-01 3. Brian Roberson, 1993-96 4. Henry Ellard, 1979-82 5. Bernard Berrian, 1999-03 6. Charles Smith, 1998-01 7. Larry Willis, 1983-84 8. Seyi Ajirotutu, 2007-09 9. Marque Davis, 1999-03 10. Malcolm Seabron, 1990-93

Receiving Yardage (Season) 1. Rodney Wright, 2001 2. Henry Ellard, 1982 3. Bernard Berrian, 2001 4. Larry Willis, 1984 5. Brian Roberson, 1996 6. Charlie Jones, 1995 7. Jalen Saunders, 2011 8. Rodney Wright, 1999 9. Larry Willis, 1983 10. Jahine Arnold, 1995

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FRESNO 1,000-YARD RECEIVING SEASONS (9) Henry Ellard, 1982

Rec. Yards TDs S 11 Cal Poly.......................... 6 142 2 S 18 at Oregon....................... 7 101 0 S 25 Weber State................... 4 117 1 O 2 Utah State...................... 4 121 1 O 9 Pacific............................ 2 21 1 O 16 at Nevada....................... 7 230 2 O 23 at San Jose State........... 3 75 1 O 30 Long Beach State.......... 9 154 3 N 6 CS Fullerton................... 6 221 2 N 13 Montana State............... 7 222 2 N 20 at UNLV.......................... 7 106 0 Totals (11 games) 62 1,510 15

Larry Willis, 1983

Rec. Yards TDs S 10 Bowling Green............... 6 103 1 S 17 Nevada........................... 7 108 1 S 24 at Pacific........................ 10 154 2 O 1 at Utah State.................. 8 136 0 O 8 San Jose State............... 5 105 0 O 15 at Montana State........... 4 64 1 O 22 CS Fullerton................... 9 116 0 O 29 Cal Poly.......................... 5 101 1 N 5 UNLV.............................. 3 32 0 N 12 at Long Beach State...... 0 0 0 N 19 Northern Arizona............ 6 90 0 Totals (11 games) 63 1,009 6

Larry Willis, 1984

Rec. Yards TDs S 1 at Arizona....................... 3 39 0 S 8 at Boise State................ 5 75 0 S 15 Cal Poly.......................... 3 64 1 S 22 Long Beach State.......... 2 30 0 S 29 New Mexico State.......... 13 231 3 O 6 at Hawai’i....................... 5 85 0 O 20 Utah State...................... 7 102 1 O 27 at San Jose State........... 5 135 0 N 3 at CS Fullerton............... 6 38 0 N 10 Pacific............................ 8 81 0 N 17 Montana State............... 16 282 2 N 24 at UNLV.......................... 6 89 1 Totals (12 games)........................... 79 1,251 8

RECORDS & HISTORY

Charlie Jones, 1995

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Rec. Yards TDs S 2 NE Louisiana.................. 5 39 1 S 9 at Cal.............................. 6 97 0 S 16 Pacific............................ 5 86 2 S 23 Utah............................... 5 84 1 S 30 at UCLA......................... 7 115 0 O 7 New Mexico................... 6 84 0 O 14 at San Diego State......... 5 91 0 O 28 Air Force......................... 5 49 1 N 4 at Hawai’i....................... 10 124 0 N 11 UTEP.............................. 8 244 4 N 18 at Wyoming.................... 4 110 0 N 25 BYU................................ 5 48 0 Totals (12 games)........................... 71 1,171 9

Rodney Wright, 1999

Rec. Yards TDs S 4 Portland State................ 6 94 1 S 11 at Oregon State.............. 6 70 1 S 18 at UCLA......................... 7 71 0 S 25 at Nevada....................... 1 15 0 O 2 TCU................................ 4 67 1 O 9 Colorado State............... 4 98 0 O 14 at SMU........................... 7 64 2 O 23 UTEP.............................. 7 156 1 O 30 at Tulsa........................... 7 45 0 N 6 Rice................................ 5 71 0 N 13 at Hawai’i....................... 9 58 0 N 20 San Jose State............... 7 139 1 D 18 vs. Utah*......................... 6 55 0 Totals (13 games).......................... 74 1,062 7

Rodney Wright, 2001

Rec. Yards TDs A 26 at Colorado.................... 1 14 0 S 2 No. 10 Oregon State...... 7 182 2 S 8 at No. 23 Wisconsin....... 9 87 1 S 22 at Tulsa........................... 3 44 0 S 29 Louisiana Tech............... 8 74 0 O 13 at Colorado State........... 8 120 0 O 19 Boise State..................... 14 179 1 O 26 at Hawai’i....................... 9 145 1 N 3 Rice................................ 8 145 2 N 10 at SMU........................... 7 91 1 N 17 at Nevada....................... 8 99 0 N 23 at San Jose State........... 4 73 1 D 1 Utah State...................... 5 78 0 D 31 vs. Michigan State*........ 13 299 2 Totals (14 games).......................... 104 1,630 11

Bernard Berrian, 2001............. Rec. Yards TDs

A 26 at Colorado.................... 4 40 0 S 2 No. 10 Oregon State...... 2 55 1 S 8 at No. 23 Wisconsin....... 8 102 0 S 22 at Tulsa........................... 9 169 2 S 29 Louisiana Tech............... 5 48 1 O 13 at Colorado State........... 5 80 0 O 19 Boise State..................... 8 85 1 O 26 at Hawai’i....................... 9 110 0 N 3 Rice................................ 3 76 1 N 10 at SMU........................... 4 72 1 N 17 at Nevada....................... 7 166 2 N 23 at San Jose State........... 8 109 1 D 1 Utah State...................... 4 158 3 D 31 vs. Michigan State*........ 9 94 0 Totals (14 games).......................... 85 1,364 13

Jalen Saunders, 2011.............. Rec. Yards TDs

S 3 vs. California.................. 2 22 0 S 10 at No. 10 Nebraska........ 1 17 0 S 17 North Dakota.................. 3 154 2 S 24 at Idaho.......................... 5 142 2 O 1 Ole Miss......................... 6 127 0 O 7 No. 5 Boise State........... 1 1 0 O 15 Utah State...................... 4 61 1 O 22 at Nevada....................... 4 76 1 N 5 Louisiana Tech............... 8 69 1 N 12 at New Mexico State...... 7 174 2 N 19 at Hawai’i....................... 3 67 1 N 26 San Jose State............... 3 50 1 D 3 at San Diego State......... 3 105 1 Totals (13 games).......................... 50 1,065 12

LONGEST PASS COMPLETIONS Yards Quarterback 98 Paul Pinegar 95 Kevin Sweeney 92 Ryan Colburn 91 Mark Barsotti 88 Derek Carr 88 Jeff Tedford 86 Derek Carr 81 Bill Hume 78 Ryan Colburn 77 Paul Pinegar 75 Sean Norton 75 Tom Brandstater Note: this is not a complete list

Receiver Paul Williams Stephen Baker Marlon Moore Stephen Shelley Jalen Saunders Tony Woodruff Jalen Saunders Larry Emerzian Jalen Saunders Jermaine Jamison Marlon Moore Bear Pascoe

Opponent Boise State, 2005 Oregon State, 1995 UC Davis, 2009 Ball State, 1989 at San Diego State, 2011 Southern Illinois, 1981 North Dakota Pacific, 1953 at Ole Miss, 2010 at Rice, 2002 Hawai’i, 2006 Hawai’i, 2006

TD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Brian Roberson, 1996

Rec. Yards TDs A 31 Oregon........................... 6 98 0 S 7 at No. 18 Auburn............ 5 70 0 S 21 at Utah........................... 10 142 1 S 28 Hawai’i........................... 6 103 0 O 12 San Jose State............... 9 204 2 O 19 at Wyuoming.................. 5 69 0 O 26 at UNLV.......................... 8 95 0 N 2 Boise State..................... 7 119 0 N 9 Colorado State............... 6 68 0 N 16 Air Force......................... 7 144 1 N 23 at San Diego State......... 9 136 1 Totals (11 games).......................... 78 1,248 5

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O STATE Total Offensive Yardage (Career) Rushing and Passing Yardage 1. Kevin Sweeney, 1983-86 2. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 3. Mark Barsotti, 1988-91 4. David Carr, 1997-01 5. Trent Dilfer, 1991-93 6. Tom Brandstater, 2005-08 7. Billy Volek, 1996-99 8. Ryan Colburn, 2007-10 9. Jeff Tedford, 1981-82 10. Danny Robinson, 1965-67 11. Richie Donati, 1993-96 12. Beau Carter, 1961-63 13. Jim Arellanes, 1995-96 14. Derek Carr, 2009-Pres. 15. Neftali Cortez, 1974-75 Total Offensive Yardage (Season) Rushing and Passing Yardage 1. *David Carr, 2001 2. Trent Dilfer, 1993 3. Derek Carr, 2011 4. Paul Pinegar, 2005 5. Kevin Sweeney, 1984 6. Trent Dilfer, 1992 7. Jeff Tedford, 1982 8. Ryan Colburn, 2010 9. Kevin Sweeney, 1985 10. David Carr, 2000 11. Paul Pinegar, 2002 12. Mark Barsotti, 1990 13. Tom Brandstater, 2007 14. Billy Volek, 1999 15. Ryan Colburn, 2009 * Led NCAA

TOTAL OFFENSE/ALL-PURPOSE RECORDS 10,421 10,113 8,849 7,947 7,785 7,009 6,354 5,582 4,814 4,587 4,568 3,892 3,817 3,728 3,727

4,906 3,799 3,616 3,394 3,114 3,090 2,925 2,892 2,813 2,812 2,798 2,782 2,772 2,645 2,630

Total Offensive Attempts (Career) Rushing and Passing Plays 1. Kevin Sweeney, 1983-86

1,727

Total Offensive Attempts (Season) Rushing and Passing Plays 1. David Carr, 2001

627

All-Purpose Yardage (Career) Player, Years Pos. Rush Rec K/O Ret P Ret Int Ret Total 1. Bernard Berrian, 1999-03 WR 105 2,849 1,571 1,144 0 5,826 2. Rodney Wright, 1998-01 WR 241 3,274 863 47 0 4,425 3. Ron Rivers, 1991-93 RB 3,473 558 357 0 0 4,388 4. Henry Ellard, 1979-82 WR 205 2,947 974 26 0 4,152 5. Charlie Jones, 1992 WR 240 3,344 80 283 0 3,947 6. Brian Roberson, 1993-96 WR 43 2,956 263 676 0 3,938 7. Jamie Kimbrough, 1995-98 RB 2,250 1.092 575 14 0 3,931 8. Dale Messer, 1958-60 RB 1,912 992 569 297 86 3,856 9. Charles Smith, 1998-01 WR 191 2,367 654 526 0 3,738 10. Michael Pittman, 1993-97 RB 3,017 541 15 0 0 3,573 11. Ryan Mathews, 2007-09 RB 3,280 268 0 0 0 3,548 12. Robbie Rouse, 2009-Pres. RB 3,157 359 0 0 0 3,516 13. Kelly Skipper, 1985-88 RB 2,237 616 525 6 0 3,384 14. Anthony Daigle, 1991-93 RB 2,089 809 192 0 0 3,090 15. Dwayne Wright, 2003-04, ‘06 RB 2,638 400 0 0 0 3,038 All-Purpose Yardage (Season) Player, Year Pos. Rush Rec K/O Ret P Ret Int Ret Total 1. *Bernard Berrian, 2001 WR 91 1,364 765 556 0 2,776 2. Isaiah Burse, 2011 WR 0 436 1606 0 0 2,042 3. Jamie Kimbrough, 1998 RB 1,168 391 393 0 0 1,952 4. Ryan Mathews, 2009 RB 1,808 122 0 0 0 1,930 5. Bernard Berrian, 2003 WR 171 668 631 429 0 1,899 6. Gary Boreham WR 0 941 677 429 0 1,899 7. Dale Messer, 1960 RB 811 655 246 75 28 1,815 8. Rodney Wright, 2001 WR 114 1,630 0 47 0 1,791 9. Robbie Rouse, 2011 RB 1,549 228 0 0 0 1,777 10. Rodney Davis, 2002 RB 1,586 162 0 0 0 1,748 11. Brian Roberson, 1996 WR -4 1,248 125 330 0 1,699 12. David Dunn, 1994 WR 0 666 1,013 5 0 1,684 13. Dwayne Wright, 2006 RB 1,462 221 0 0 0 1,683 14. Ron Rivers, 1993 RB 1,477 176 7 0 0 1,660 15. Henry Ellard, 1982 WR 100 1,510 44 1 0 1,655 * Led NCAA & Set WAC Record

Total Offensive Attempts (Game) Rushing and Passing Plays 1. Dave Telford 79 vs. Utah State, 1987

Average Per Play (Season) Minimum 100 plays 1. Trent Dilfer, 1993

8.6

8.5 (436-for-3,686)

Average Per Play (Career) Rushing and Passing Plays 1. Neftali Cortez 16.7 New Mexico State,

TOP 25 SINGLE-GAME TOTAL OFFENSE BESTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Player Opponent, Year Plays Dave Telford Pacific, 1987 56 David Carr Michigan State, 2001 61 Kevin Sweeney Montana State, 1984 62 Trent Dilfer Colorado, 1993 67 Trent Dilfer Baylor, 1993 42 Paul Pinegar Oregon, 2005 50 David Carr Utah State, 2001 29 Trent Dilfer Brigham Young, 1993 40 David Carr Colorado State, 2001 45 Jim Arellanes UTEP, 1995 32 David Carr Hawai`i, 2001 52 Ryan Colburn Mississippi, 2010 51 David Carr Air Force, 2000 41

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Rush Pass Tot TD Avg 12 536 548 3 9.8 -29 531 502 4 8.2 8 476 484 2 7.8 -49 523 474 2 7.1 -10 473 463 3 11.0 40 418 458 3 9.2 -1 432 431 6 14.9 -31 456 425 4 10.6 35 389 424 2 9.4 -9 412 403 5 12.6 -1 400 399 4 7.7 6 390 396 4 7.8 3 91 394 5 9.6

14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 25.

Player Opponent, Year Plays Rush Pass Tot TD Avg David Carr San Jose State, 2001 51 61 328 389 4 7.6 Derek Carr New Mexico State, 2011 36 -3 391 388 3 10.8 Paul Pinegar Nevada, 2005 47 -18 405 387 4 8.2 Kevin Sweeney Pacific, 1985 44 39 346 385 3 8.8 Dave Telford Utah State, 1987 79 -22 400 378 1 4.8 David Carr Nevada, 2001 41 9 368 377 4 9.2 Kevin Sweeney New Mexico State, 1984 45 5 368 373 5 8.3 Derek Carr Idaho, 2011 37 0 371 371 5 10.0 Paul Pinegar Boise State, 2002 59 -2 371 369 3 6.3 Mark Barsotti Washington State, 1991 43 38 328 366 2 8.5 Jeff Tedford UNLV, 1981 22 1 365 366 2 16.6 Paul Pinegar San Jose State, 2005 42 -5 368 363 2 8.6

RECORDS & HISTORY

Average Per Play (Career) Rushing and Passing Plays 1. Paul Pinegar, 2002-05

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FRESNO SCORING Scoring Leaders (Career) Player (Yrs)

Kevin Goessling (2008-11) Derek Mahoney (1990-93) Barry Belli (1984-87) Asen Asparuhov (2000-02) Anthony Daigle (1991-93) Dean Philpott (1954-57) Clint Stitser (2004-07) Jeff Hanna (1997-99) Dale Messer (1958-50) Steve Loop (1988-89)

TD PAT 2PT FG

Scoring By Kickers (Season) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

INDIVIDUAL SCORING & SPECIAL TEAMS RECORDS

0 0 0 0 44 35 0 0 31 0

Player, Year Asen Asparuhov, 2001 Asen Asparuhov, 2002 Barry Belli, 1985 Kevin Goessling, 2010 Kevin Goessling, 2009 Steve Loop, 1988 Derek Mahoney, 1991 Brett Visintainer, 2003 Derek Mahoney, 1993 Barry Belli, 1986

190 223 123 135 0 20 112 104 6 101

PAT-Att 60-62 43-43 53-56 42-44 55-55 47-48 66-67 35-35 52-56 33-34

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0

FG-Att 23-32 23-30 18-26 21-26 15-16 18-27 11-15 21-28 15-21 21-31

61 47 70 55 0 0 37 36 0 31

LK 48 52 55 52 51 51 44 47 35 54

Pts

373 364 333 300 266 230 223 212 196 194

Pts 129 112 107 105 100 101 99 98 97 96

Touchdowns responsible for Game: ...................................................................... 6, ............Bill Yancy (6-0) vs. Long Beach State,1978; .................Rod Kraft (5-1) vs. CS Northridge, 1973; ......................... Jeff Tedford (5-1) vs. Pacific; 1982; .........................Mark Barsotti (2-4) vs. Utah; 1989; ......................David Carr (6-0) vs. Utah State, 2001 Season: .......51, David Carr, 2001 (5 rush, 46 pass) Career: .92, Paul Pinegar, 2002-05 (8 rush, 84pass) Touchdowns scored Game: .... 5, Don Driscoll vs. CS Los Angeles, 1954 Season: ............................ 19, Ryan Mathews, 2009 Career: ........................ 44, Anthony Daigle, 1991-93

RECORDS & HISTORY

PATs made Game: .13, Derek Mahoney vs. New Mexico, 1991 $ Season: ........................... 66, Derek Mahoney, 1991 Career: .....................223, Derek Mahoney, 1990-93

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PATs attempted Game: .13, Derek Mahoney vs. New Mexico, 1991 $ Season: ..........................67, Derek Mahoney, 1991 Career: ..................... 230, Derek Mahoney, 1990-93 Consecutive PATs Season:............................ 62, Derek Mahoney, 1991 Career: ........................89, Derek Mahoney, 1991-92 Field goals attempted Game:................. 5, Barry Belli vs. Utah State, 1984 Season:..........................32, Asen Asparuhov, 2001 Career:..................................99, Barry Belli, 1984-87 Field goals made Game:................. 5, Barry Belli vs. Utah State, 1984 Season:.......... 23, Asen Asparuhov, 2001 and 2002 Career: .................................70, Barry Belli, 1984-87 Best field goal percentage: Season:............938 (15-16), Kevin Goessling, 2009 Consecutive field goals Season:........................... 15, Kevin Goessling, 2009 Career:........................18, Kevin Goessling, 2009-10

Longest field goal made: ...................58, Kevin Goessling at Utah State, 2008 Safeties scored: ..................................2, Hal Riley vs. Nevada, 1945 Most two-point conversions: Game...........................................2, several players Most two-point attempts: Game...........................................2, several players Most kicking points Game: ......... 20, Steve Loop vs. New Mexico, 1988 Season:.129, Asen Asparhov (60 PAT, 23 FG), 2001 Career:...................... 364, Derek Mahoney, 1990-93 Most points scored Season:......................... 129, Asen Asparuhov, 2001 Career:...................... 364, Derek Mahoney, 1990-93

PUNTING

Punts Game: ...... 13, Mike Mancini vs. Long Beach State, 1983 Season: .... 84, 2x, Mike Lingua, 2003; Craig Holworthy, 1973

Career: ........................... 214, Jeff Roberts, 1995-98 Punting Average (Season) Player, Year 1. Robert Malone, 2009 2. Jeff Roberts, 1996 3. Mike Mancini, 1985 4. Jeff Roberts, 1997 5. Jason Simpson, 2001 6. Robert Malone, 2008 7. Mike Mancini, 1984 8. Jeff Roberts, 1998 9. Mike Mancini, 1983 10. Rusty Karraker, 1982

No. 43 40 45 72 66 54 74 62 58 58

Yds 1,941 1,787 1,976 3,146 2,870 2,311 3,163 2,605 2,379 2,376

Avg 45.1 44.7 43.9 43.7 43.5 42.8 42.7 42.0 41.0 41.0

Average per punt Game: (min. 5) .. 50.6 (5 for 253), Brad Seagle vs. Utah, 1990

Season: .... 43.9 (45 for 1,976), Mike Mancini, 1985 Career: ..............42.5 (177 for 7,525), Mike Mancini, 1983-85 Punting yards Season: ..................... 3,388, Craig Holworthy, 1973 Career: .......................9,078, Jeff Roberts, 1995-99 Longest punt: ....... 80 yards, Craig Holworthy vs. San Jose State, 1973

PUNT RETURNS

Game: ............8, Eric Fox vs. Bowling Green, 1982; ...................... Larry Willis vs. Bowling Green, 1983; ................ Malcolm Seabron vs. CS Fullerton, 1991 Season: ....................42, 2x, Bernard Berrian, 2003; ...........................................Malcolm Seabron, 1991 Career: ....................... 99, Bernard Berrian, 1999-03

Punt Return Average (Season) Minimum 1.0 Per Team Game Player, Year No. 1. L.C. Taylor, 1956 15 2. Phil Borjas, 1972 18 3. Brian Roberson, 1995 19 4. Dale Messer, 1959 13 5. Mike Freeman, 1967 34 6. Devon Wylie, 2011 29 7. Dwight Pickens, 1989 32 8. Bob Garner, 1956 15 9. Clifton Smith, 2007 22 10. Payton Williams, 1998 24

Yds 333 345 346 222 543 446 472 219 317 343

TD 0 3 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 1

Avg 22.2 19.2 18.2 17.1 16.0 15.4 14.8 14.6 14.4 14.3

Best punt return average Season: ........................ 63.0 (3) Clifton Smith, 2005 Career: ..........18.7, Clifton Smith, 2005-06 (25-465) Longest punt return: .......... 100, Stanley Bordagaray vs. San Jose State, 1930

KICKOFF RETURNS

Game: ................ 7, A.J. Jefferson vs. Hawai’i, 2007 Season: ........................... 75, Isaiah Burse, 2011 - $ Career: ............................. 97, Isaiah Burse, 2010-11 Kickoff yards Game: ........... 245, A.J. Jefferson vs. Hawai’i, 2007 Season: ......................1,606, Isaiah Burse, 2011 - $ Career: ........................2,184, Isaiah Burse, 2010-11 Touchdowns from kickoff returns Game: ............................................ 1, several players Season: ............................... 2, A.J. Jefferson, 2007* Career: .............................3, A.J. Jefferson, 2006-09 Best return average Season: ......35.8 (26 for 930), A.J. Jefferson, 2007! Career: (min. 1 per team game played) ............... 29.4 ...................... (83 for 2,440), A.J. Jefferson, 2006-p Longest return: .. 102, Walt Byrd vs. Northern Arizona, 1934

Kickoff Return Average (Season) Minimum 1.0 Per Team Game Player, Year No. 1. A.J. Jefferson, 2007 26 2. Jaime Kimbrough, 1998 13 3. A.J. Jefferson, 2008 31 4. Adam Jennings, 2005 20 5. David Dunn, 1994 35 6. Kelvin Means, 1989 18 7. Steve Woods, 1977 16 8. Mike Tsoutsouvas, 1975 13 9. Brock Smith, 1987 19 10. Adam Jennings, 2004 26

Yds TD Avg 930 2 35.8 393 1 30.2 908 1 29.3 580 0 29.0 1013 0 28.9 509 0 28.3 447 1 27.9 354 0 27.2 512 1 26.9 658 0 25.3

* Full season includes Fresno State bowl game statistics; $ - NCAA Record; ! NCAA Leader

Punt return yards Game: .....189, Clifton Smith vs. Weber State, 2005 Season: ........................... 543, Mike Freeman, 1967 Career: ..................1,144, Bernard Berrian, 1999-03 Punt return for touchdowns Game: .........2, Clifton Smith vs. Weber State, 2005 Season: ......................................3, Phil Borjas, 1972 Career: .............................. 5, Clifton Smith, 2004-08

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Solo Tackles Game: ..............15, Steve Cordle vs. Arizona, 1981; ............ 15, Kent Paine vs. Long Beach State, 1981

Assisted Tackles Game: ......13, Chuck McCutchen vs. San Jose St., 1983; ....................................................................... Ben Jacobs vs. Texas A&M, 2007 Total Tackles Game: ...............24, Omar Stoutmire vs. Utah, 1995 Tackles (Season) Player, Year..............................Solo........Asts....... Total 1. Omar Stoutmire, 1995...... 111........87........198 2. Ron Papazian, 1993........... 94.........64........158 3. A.J. Gass, 1996.................. 82.........68........150 4. Brad Bell, 1993.................. 68.........76........144 5. Ron Papazian, 1994........... 79.........60........139 6. Chris Peters, 1993............. 80.........56........136 7. Zack Rix, 1992..................69.5........64.....133.5 8. Marcus Riley, 2007............. 64.........68........132 9. A.J. Gass, 1997.................. 76.........47........123 10. Chris Peters, 1992............48.5........71.....119.5 Tackles (Career) 1. Omar Stoutmire (1993-96)..........................458 2. Tim Skipper (1997-00)................................418 3. Bryce McGill (2000-03)...............................326 4. A.J. Gass (1993-97)....................................325 5. Ben Jacobs (2007-09..................................300 6. Zack Rix (1989-92)......................................295 7. Marquez Pope (1988-91)............................290 8. Vernon Fox (1998-01).................................289 9. Brad Bell (1990-93).....................................272 10. Ron Papazian (1993-94).............................264 Cory Hall (1995-98).....................................264

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Sacks (Season) 1. Ron Cox, 1989...........................................28.0 2. Jethro Franklin, 1986.................................19.5 3. Ron Cox, 1988...........................................14.5 4. Alan Harper, 2001......................................12.0 Jethro Franklin, 1987.................................12.0 6. Tracy Rogers, 1988....................................11.5 7. Chris Carter, 2010......................................11.0 Brian Morris, 2003.....................................11.0 9. Logan Harrell, 2010....................................10.5 Greg Ramsey, 1986...................................10.5 Sacks (Career) 1. Ron Cox, 1987-89......................................50.0 2. Jethro Franklin, 1986-87............................31.5 3. Garrett McIntyre, 2002-05.........................25.0 Nick Burley, 1999-02.................................25.0 5. Tyler Clutts, 2004-07..................................23.5 6. Alan Harper, 1998-01.................................21.0 7. Chris Carter, 2007-10.................................19.5 Zack Rix, 1989-92......................................19.5 9. Logan Harrell, 2008-11..............................18.5 Nick Ruggeroli, 1987-90............................18.5

Passes intercepted (Game) .3,Tom McCall vs. Montana St. and CS Los Angeles,1968 ............................3, Steve Cordle vs. Oregon, 1981 .................. 3, Rod Webster vs. Oregon State, 1985 Passes Intercepted (Season) Player, Year....................... No........Yds...... Avg........ TD 1. Carl Ray Harris, 1970.. 14.......98...... 7.0......... 0 2. Jack Erdman, 1970...... 9.......122.... 13.6........ 2 Dave Plump, 1966....... 9.......120.... 13.3........ 1 Mike Freeman, 1967.... 9........69...... 7.7......... 0 5. Ron Cross, 1984.......... 8.......132.... 16.5........ 0 Rod Webster, 1985...... 8.......141.... 17.6........ 1 7. Ervin Hunt, 1967.......... 7.......163.... 23.3........ 1 Tom McCall, 1969........ 7.......157.... 22.4........ 1 Jack Erdman, 1969...... 7........48...... 6.9......... 0 10. Jim Sanderson, 1960... 6.......162.... 27.0........ 0 Matt McKnight, 1982... 6........51...... 8.5......... 0 Ervin Hunt, 1968.......... 6........46...... 7.7......... 0 Dwayne Crump, 1971.. 6........37...... 6.2......... 0 Eric Fox, 1982.............. 6........32...... 6.0......... 0 Mike Freeman, 1968.... 6.........6....... 1.0......... 0 Efrain Guizar, 1997....... 6.......114.... 19.0........ 2 Passes Intercepted (Career) 1. Rod Webster, 1984-87..................................17 Interception Return Yards Game: .143, Tom McCall vs. CS Los Angeles, 1968 Season: ....................... 205, Richard Marshall, 2004 Career: .......................... 340, Rod Webster, 1984-87 Most INT Returns for Touchdowns Season: .........2, Jack Erdman, 1970; Efrain Guizar, 1997; ................Dee Meza, 2002; Richard Marshall, 2004 Career: .......................3, Richard Marshall, 2003-05 Best Interception Return Average Career: (min. 2 INTs) 33.9, Richard Marshall, 200205 (9-305) Longest Interception Return: ....................107, Gary Hayes vs. Long Beach State, 1976 * Full season includes Fresno State bowl game statistics; $ - NCAA Record; ! NCAA Leader

RECORDS & HISTORY

Tackles For A Loss (Season) 1. Alan Harper, 2001..................................21-102 2. Nick Burley,2002......................................18-75 3. Logan Harrell, 2011................................17-100 Orlando Huff, 2000..................................17-78 Tim Skipper, 1998....................................17-10 6. Chris Carter, 2010.................................16.5-93 7. Alan Harper, 2000....................................16-61 Jason Stewart, 2002................................16-56 9. Brian Morris, 2003................................15.5-77 10. Alan Harper, 1999....................................15-47 Payton Williams, 1998.............................15-30 Earl Oliver, 1992.......................................15-31 Marcus Riley, 2007...................................15-43

Sacks Game: ................7, Ron Cox vs. CS Fullerton, 1989

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BULLDOG STADIUM RECORDS

Total first downs: .......................................38, Air Force vs. Fresno State, 1996 Rushing: ....................................................30, Air Force vs. Fresno State, 1996 Passing: .............................................. 23, San Jose State, 1989; Hawai`i, 2002 Penalty: ..............................................6, Fresno State vs. San Jose State, 1981 ................................................................... Fresno State vs. CS Fullerton, 1981 ...........................................................................Fresno State vs. Nevada, 1982 ......................................................................Utah State vs. Fresno State, 2005 Fewest total first downs: ........ 8, Southern Illinois, 1981 Northern Illinois, 1991 Rushing: ................................................................1, Utah, 1989; Hawai`i, 2002 Passing: ...................................................................... 2, Southern Illinois, 1981 Penalty: ............................................................................................. 0, by many

RUSHING

Rushing attempts Individual: ............... 40, Jonas Lewis (San Diego State) vs. Fresno State, 1997 Team: .........................................................81, Air Force vs. Fresno State, 1996 Yards rushing Individual: ........................................ 234, Ryan Mathews vs. Boise State, 2009 Team: ......................................................... 503, Fresno State vs. Hawai`i, 2004 Fewest yards lost rushing: .......................1, Fresno State vs. Utah State, 2009 Longest rush: ........................................94, Josh Levi vs. San Jose State, 1999 Fewest rushing attempts: ........................................................... 17, Utah, 1989 Fewest yards rushing: ................................ 25, FS vs. Long Beach State, 1984 Yards lost rushing: ...................................... 79, FS vs. Long Beach State, 1984 Fewest net yards rushing: ................ -6, Fresno State vs. Bowling Green, 1983

PASSING

Passes attempted Individual:........62, Steve Clarkson (San Jose State) vs. Toledo (Dec. 19, 1981) Team: .......................................................... 63, San Jose State (Dec. 19, 1981) Passes completed Individual: .......43, Steve Clarkson (San Jose State) vs. Toledo (Dec. 19, 1981) Team: .......................................................... 43, San Jose State (Dec. 19, 1981) Touchdowns Individual: ....................................... 6, David Carr vs. Utah State (Dec. 1, 2001) Team: ............................................................. 6, 3x, last Hawai’i (Oct. 14, 2006)

RECORDS & HISTORY

Had intercepted Individual: .........5, Steve Clarkson (San Jose State) vs. Toledo (Dec. 19, 1981) Team: ............................ 5, San Jose State (Dec. 19, 1981); New Mexico, 1991

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Yards passing Individual: ...........476, Kevin Sweeney (Fresno State) vs. Montana State, 1984 Team: ........................................................ 521, San Jose State (Dec. 19, 1981) Fewest passes attempted Team: ......................................................................................6, Air Force, 1995 Fewest yards passing Team: ................................................7, Northern Illinois vs. Fresno State, 1991 Longest pass: 98 yards, Paul Pinegar to Paul Williams (Fresno State) vs. Boise State, 2005 Best completion percentage: ................................912 (31-34), Steve Sarkisian (BYU) vs. Fresno State, 1995

RECEPTIONS

Most receptions Individual:......... 18, Gerald Willhite (San Jose State) vs. Toledo (Dec. 19, 1981) Most yards Individual:................... 282, Larry Willis (Fresno State) vs. Montana State, 1984

TOTAL OFFENSE

Total offensive plays Individual: ........................................................................................................... .68, 2x - last Luke McCown (Louisiana Tech) vs. Fresno State (Sept. 29, 2001) Team:........................................................................................ 100, UNLV, 1981 Total yards Individual: ....... 484 (476 passing, 8 rushing), Kevin Sweeney (FS) vs. Montana State, 1984 Team: ................................................. 757, Fresno State vs. New Mexico, 1991 Touchdowns responsible for: ................................................................................. 6 (6 passing) David Carr (FS), vs. Utah State, 2001; Steve Clarkson (San Jose State) vs. Toledo (Dec. 19, 1981); (5 passing, 1 rushing) Jeff Tedford (FS) vs. Pacific, 1982; (2 passing, 4 rushing) Mark Barsotti (FS) vs. Utah, 1989 Average gain per play - Team:..................... 9.2, Hawai’i vs. Fresno State, 2006 Fewest offensive plays - Team: .. 47, Long Beach State vs. Fresno State, 1991 Lowest total offense - Team: ............. 144, CS Fullerton vs. Fresno State, 1991 Lowest average per play - Team: ....... 2.3, CS Fullerton vs. Fresno State, 1991

FUMBLES

Fumbles: ..................................................................... 7, Toledo (Dec. 19, 1981) Fumbles lost: .............................................. 4, FS vs. Hawai`i, 1996; BYU, 1998 Fewest fumbles: ........................................................................0, several times Fewest fumbles lost: .................................................................0, several times

PENALTIES

Penalties: .........................................................22, FS vs. San Jose State, 1981 Penalty yards: ................................................194, FS vs. San Jose State, 1981 Fewest penalties: ...................................................................... 0, Pacific, 1995 Fewest penalty yards: ............................................................... 0, Pacific, 1995

INTERCEPTIONS

Individual: ............................................. 3, Steve Cordle (FS) vs. Oregon, 1981 Team: ............................................................................................................... 5, ............................ vs. Toledo (Dec. 19, 1981); vs. Oregon State (Sept. 5, 2003); ........................................... FS vs. Utah State, 1988; FS vs. New Mexico, 1991 Interception yards: Individual:..................................................... 103, Nate Ray (FS) vs. SMU, 2002 Team: .........................................................124, Fresno State vs. Nevada, 2002 Fewest interceptions: - Team: ..................................................... 0, many times Fewest interception yards - Team: .............................................. 0, many times Longest return: ............................................ 103, Nate Ray (FS) vs. SMU, 2002

PUNTING

Punts Individual: ......................... 13, Phil Nevin (CS Fullerton) vs. Fresno State, 1991 Team: ................................................................... 13, CS Fullerton vs. FS, 1991 Punting yards Individual:........................ 544, Phil Nevin (CS Fullerton) vs. Fresno State, 1991 Team:.................................................. 544, CS Fullerton vs. Fresno State, 1991 Average yards per punt Individual: ........ (min. 4) 54 (4 for 216), Robert Malone (FS) vs. San Jose State, 2009 Team: ..................(min. 4) 54 (4 for 216) Fresno State vs. San Jose State, 2009 Longest punt:..... 69, 2x, last Robert Malone, Fresno State vs. San Jose State, 2009 Fewest punts: ...... 0, vs. San Jose State, 1999; Fresno State vs. Hawai`i, 2008 Fewest punting yards: (min. 3)...........................................18, vs. Hawai`i, 2004 Lowest average yards per punt: (min. 3)... 28.0 (3-84), Pacific vs. Fresno State, 1985

Average yards per reception Individual (min. 3):...51.3 (3 for 154), Jalen Sanuders (FS) vs. North Dakota, 2011

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BULLDOG STADIUM RECORDS

Most punt returns Individual: ........................................................................................................ 8, Tommy Purvis (Pacific) vs. Fresno State, 1984; ......... Eric Fox (FS) vs. Bowling Green, 1982; Larry Willis (FS) vs. Bowling Green, 1983; Malcolm Seabron (FS) vs. CS Fullerton, 1991; Adam Jennings (FS) vs. UTEP, 2004 Team: ......................................................................... 8, 5x, last vs. UTEP, 2004 Most punt return yards Individual: ...................................189, Clifton Smith (FS) vs. Weber State, 2005 Team: ......................................... 257, Fresno State vs. Boise State State, 2009 Fewest punt returns Team: ........................................................................................... 0, many times Fewest punt return yards Team:............................................................................................ 0, many times Highest average per return: (min. 3).......................................................................... ................................. 63.0 (3 for 189), Clifton Smith (FS) vs. Weber State, 2005 Longest return: ................................92, Clifton Smith (FS) vs. Weber State, 2005 KICKOFF RETURNS Individual: ............................. 8, La Von Edwards (Utah) vs. Fresno State, 1989 ..........................................................8, Isaiah Burse (FS) vs. Boise State, 2011 Team: ................................... 10, 5x, last by Fresno State vs. Boise State, 2011 Kickoff return yards Individual: ................................................. 178, David Dunn (FS) vs. BYU, 1994 Team: .................................................. 210, Fresno State vs. Boise State, 2009 Highest average per return: ............................................................ (min. 3) 44.7 ...........................................(3-134), Brock Smith (FS) vs. San Jose State, 1987 Fewest kickoff returns: ............................... 0, 4x, last vs. Louisiana Tech, 2003 Team: ............................................................................................................... 0, .............vs. Cal Poly, 1982; vs. Montana State, 1982; vs. Utah State, 1984; vs. Louisiana Tech, 2003 Fewest kickoff return yards: ....................... 0, 5x, last vs. Louisiana Tech, 2003 Longest return: ......... 100, Wade Lockett (CS Fullerton) vs. Fresno State, 1985

SCORING

Most points scored Individual: ....................................24 (4 TDs), Mark Barsotti (FS) vs. Utah, 1989 Team: ............................ 94 (17-49-14-14), Fresno State vs. New Mexico, 1991

Most points scored First half: ..................................66 (17-49), Fresno State vs. New Mexico, 1991 Second half: .......... 35 (14-21), Fresno State vs. San Jose State, 1981; vs. Air Force, 1996 Fewest points scored........... 0, several times, last SMU vs. Fresno State, 2004 Largest margin of victory: ........77 (94-17), Fresno State vs. New Mexico, 1991 Most touchdowns: ............................... 13, Fresno State vs. New Mexico, 1991 Rushing: ...................9, Fresno State vs. New Mexico, 1991; vs. Hawai`i, 2004 Passing: .............................................7, San Jose State vs. Fresno State, 1981 Most field goals attempted

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Most field goals made Individual: ..............................................5, Barry Belli (FS) vs. Utah State, 1984 Team: ........................................................................5, FS vs. Utah State, 1984 Points after touchdown attempted Individual: ................................ 13, Derek Mahoney (FS) vs. New Mexico, 1991 Points after touchdown made Individual: ................................ 13, Derek Mahoney (FS) vs. New Mexico, 1991 Most two-point conversions:.........................................2, San Jose State, 1981 Kick scoring Individual: ............................................19, Barry Belli (FS) vs. Utah State, 1984 Longest field goal Individual: ..................................... 54, Barry Belli (FS) vs. Montana State, 1986 Longest rush touchdown Individual: .............................................94. Josh Levi vs. San Jose State, 1999 Most Home Wins: ...................................... 8; 1989 (8-0), 1986 (8-0), 1982 (8-0) Most Home Losses: .....................................................4; 1994 (3-4), 1983 (3-4)

MOST POINTS

Game Fresno State: ............................................................ 94, vs. New Mexico, 1991 Opponent: .............................................................................. 68, Hawai’i, 2006 Season Fresno State: ...................................................................................... 440, 2009 Opponent: .......................................................................................... 339, 2006

FEWEST POINTS

Game Fresno State: .........................................................................6, vs. Pacific,1984 Opponent: .................... 0, several times, last Fresno State vs. UC Davis, 2009 Season Fresno State: ...................................................................................... 152, 1981 Opponent: ............................................................................................ 43, 1988 Consecutive Wins: ................................. 20, from Oct. 31, 1987-Sept. 29, 1990 Consecutive Losses: ..................... 3, 3x, last from Sept. 9 2006-Nov. 11, 2006 Last Tie: ................................................................Oct. 13, 1990, vs. Utah State

RECORDS & HISTORY

Most points scored First quarter: ....................................................28, 2x, last vs. Utah State, 2001 Second quarter: ................................... 49, Fresno State vs. New Mexico, 1991 Third quarter: ..........................................23, Fresno State vs. Utah State, 2005 Fourth quarter: ............................ 21, many times, last vs. Portland State, 2003

Individual:...............................................5, Barry Belli (FS) vs. Utah State, 1984

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS..................................... Overall Conference

Year Coach............................. W......L...... T..........W.... L.... T 1921 Arthur Jones................... 3......4......0......................... 1922 Arthur Jones................... 7......1......2......................... 1923 Arthur Jones................... 7......2......0......................... 1924 Arthur Jones................... 7......2......0......................... 1925 Arthur Jones................... 2......6......1......................... 1926 Arthur Jones................... 5......3......1......................... 1927 Arthur Jones................... 3......3......2......................... 1928 Arthur Jones................... 2......5......1......................... Totals: 8 years................................. 36..... 26...... 7.......... .572............ 1929 Stanley Borleske............ 1......7......0......................... 1930 Stanley Borleske............ 8......0......0......................... 1931 Stanley Borleske............ 4......6......0......................... 1932 Stanley Borleske............ 3......4......2......................... Totals: 4 years................................. 16..... 17...... 2.......... .486............ 1933 Leo Harris....................... 5......4......0......................... 1934 Leo Harris....................... 7......2......1......................... 1935 Leo Harris....................... 6......3......0......................... Totals: 3 years................................. 18...... 9....... 1.......... .661............ 1936 James Bradshaw............ 5......3......1......................... 1937 James Bradshaw............ 8......1......1......................... 1938 James Bradshaw............ 7......3......0......................... 1939 James Bradshaw............ 9......1......0......................... 1940 James Bradshaw............ 9......2......1......................... 1941 James Bradshaw............ 4......3......2......................... 1942 James Bradshaw............ 9......1......0......................... Totals: 8 years................................. 59..... 18...... 5.......... .750............ 1943 No Football (World War II)......................................... 1944 Earl Wight....................... 0......6......0......................... 1945 Alvin Pierson................... 4......6......2......................... Totals: 2 years.................................. 7...... 14...... 2.......... .348............ 1946 James Bradshaw............ 8......4......0......................... (See above) 1947 Ken Gleason................... 3......6......2......................... 1948 Ken Gleason................... 3......6......1......................... Totals: 2 years.................................. 6...... 12...... 3.......... .357..... 1949 Alvin Pierson................... 3......8......0......................... (See above) 1950 Duke Jacobs.................. 2......6......1......................... 1951 Duke Jacobs.................. 5......5......0......................... Totals: 2 years.................................. 7...... 11...... 1.......... .395............ 1952 Clark Van Galder............ 8......2......0......................... 1953 Clark Van Galder............ 4......4......2......................... 1954 Clark Van Galder............ 7......3......0......................... 1955 Clark Van Galder............ 9......1......0......................... 1956 Clark Van Galder............ 8......2......0......................... 1957 Clark Van Galder ........... 5......5......0......................... 1958 Clark Van Galder............ 5......5......0......................... Totals: 7 years................................. 46..... 22...... 2.......... .671............

1966 Darryl Rogers................. 7......3......0.......... 3..... 2.....0 1967 Darryl Rogers................. 3......8......0.......... 3..... 2.....0 1968 Darryl Rogers................. 7......4......0......................... 1969 Darryl Rogers................. 6......4......0.......... 1..... 3.....0 1970 Darryl Rogers................. 8......4......0.......... 4..... 2.....0 1971 Darryl Rogers................. 6......5......0.......... 3..... 2.....0 1972 Darryl Rogers................. 6......4......1.......... 1..... 3.....0 Totals: 7 years................................. 43..... 32...... 1.......... .573............

Alvin Pierson J.C. Trombetta

Earl Wright (1944) Alvin Pierson (1945, 49) Pete Beiden Don Bolt

Bob Burgess Jay Flint Hanner

Ken Gleason (1947-48) Bob Burgess

Mal Fiese

Duke Jacobs (1950-51) Pete Beiden Bob Burgess

Mal Fiese Ken Gleason

Earl Wight

Alvin Pierson Chuck Moran

ALL-TIME RECORD:

90 SEASONS 557-384-27 (.575) 25 TITLES

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1980 Jim Sweeney.................. 5......6......0.......... 1..... 4.....0 1981 Jim Sweeney.................. 5......6......0.......... 2..... 3.....0 1982 Jim Sweeney................. 11.....1......0.......... 6..... 0.....0 1983 Jim Sweeney.................. 6......5......0.......... 2..... 4.....0 1984 Jim Sweeney.................. 6......6......0.......... 3..... 4.....0 1985 Jim Sweeney................. 11.....0......1.......... 7..... 0.....0 1986 Jim Sweeney.................. 9......2......0.......... 6..... 1.....0 1987 Jim Sweeney.................. 6......5......0.......... 4..... 3.....0 1988 Jim Sweeney................. 10.....2......0.......... 7..... 0.....0 1989 Jim Sweeney................. 11.....1......0.......... 7..... 0.....0 1990 Jim Sweeney.................. 8......2......1.......... 5..... 1.....1 1991 Jim Sweeney................. 10.....2......0.......... 6..... 1.....0 1992 Jim Sweeney.................. 9......4......0.......... 6..... 2.....0 1993 Jim Sweeney.................. 8......4......0.......... 6..... 2.....0 1994 Jim Sweeney.................. 5......7......1.......... 3..... 4.....1 1995 Jim Sweeney.................. 5......7......0.......... 2..... 6.....0 1996 Jim Sweeney.................. 4......7.................. 3..... 5...... Totals: 19 years.............................. 143.... 75...... 3.......... .654............

Bob Burgess Mal Fiese Bob Burgess

Ken Gleason

Phil Krueger (1964-65) Jack Bohan Bob Burgess

Ken Gleason John Reardon

Bob Burgess Jim Colbert

Dick Murray Bob Padilla

JR Boone (1973-75) Bill Baird Bob Burgess

Pat Callahan John Godden

Bob Padilla (1978-79)

Ken Blue Charlie Hawthorne Dennis Erickson Mike Hill John Godden Mike Martz

PAT HILL

JJonimAnabo Sweeney Mike (1976-77, 80-96) HillSteve Mooshagian

Ken Gleason Darrel Stanley

Darryl Rogers (1966-72)

Jay Flint Hanner

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1978 Bob Padilla..................... 3......8......0.......... 1..... 4.....0 1979 Bob Padilla..................... 4......7......0.......... 3..... 2.....0 Totals: 2 years................................. 7...... 15...... 0.......... .318............

Cecil Coleman (1959-63)

R.O. Courtright Ken Gleason

Totals: 15 years..............................112-80-0......................... .583

1976 Jim Sweeney.................. 5......6......0.......... 3..... 1.....0 1977 Jim Sweeney.................. 9......2......0.......... 4..... 0.....0 (see below)

Roy Niswander Hal Beatty Stan Borleske

Overall Conference 1997 Pat Hill............................ 6......6.................. 5..... 3........ 1998 Pat Hill............................ 5......6.................. 5..... 3........ 1999 Pat Hill............................ 8......5.................. 5..... 2........ 2000 Pat Hill............................ 7......5.................. 6..... 2........ 2001 Pat Hill........................... 11.....3.................. 6..... 2........ 2002 Pat Hill............................ 9......5.................. 6..... 2........ 2003 Pat Hill............................ 9......5.................. 6..... 2........ 2004 Pat Hill............................ 9......3.................. 5..... 3........ 2005 Pat Hill............................ 8......5.................. 6..... 2........ 2006 Pat Hill............................ 4......8.................. 4..... 4........ 2007 Pat Hill............................ 9......4.................. 6..... 2........ 2008 Pat Hill............................ 7......6.................. 4..... 4........ 2009 Pat Hill.................................. 8....... 5......................6.......2......... 2011 Pat Hill.................................. 4....... 9......................3.......4.........

1973 JR Boone........................ 2......9......0.......... 1..... 3.....0 1974 JR Boone........................ 5......7......0.......... 1..... 3.....0 1975 JR Boone........................ 3......8......0.......... 1..... 4.....0 Totals: 3 years................................. 10..... 24...... 0.......... .294............

Clark Van Galder (1952-58)

James Bradshaw (1936-42, 46)

HISTORY

1964 Phil Krueger.................... 4......6......0.......... 1..... 3.....0 1965 Phil Krueger.................... 6......4......0.......... 1..... 3.....0 Totals: 2 years................................. 10..... 10...... 0.......... .500............

ALL-TIME ASSISTANTS Leo Harris (1933-35)

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Overall Conference 1959 Cecil Coleman................ 7......3......0.......... 5..... 0.....0 1960 Cecil Coleman................ 9......1......0.......... 5..... 0.....0 1961 Cecil Coleman............... 10.....0......0.......... 5..... 0.....0 1962 Cecil Coleman................ 7......3......0.......... 4..... 1.....0 1963 Cecil Coleman................ 4......6......0......................... Totals: 5 years................................. 37..... 13...... 0.......... .740............

Bob Van Galder Bob Van Galder Dick Van Galder Bob Van Galder

Dick Roach Dan Stockton Bill Stewart Del Wight

Ron Anton Pat Hill Ken Blue John Husby Leon Burtnett Cliff Hysell John Difede Walt Klinker Bill Dole Mike Rasmussen Dennis Erickson Willy Robinson Jethro Franklin Robin Ross Greg Gibson Kelly Skipper John Godden Rick Stannard Ken Greene Ron Meeks Charlie Hawthorne John Miklesh

P at Hill (1997-2011) Pete Alamar Tom Mason Micah Alba John Baxter Dan Brown Frank Cignetti Kevin Coyle Jethro Franklin Derek Frazier Jeff Grady Ken Greene Steve Hagen Kerry Locklin Andy Ludwig

Jim McElwain Ruffin McNeill Trent Miles Doug Nussmeier Will Plemons John Settle Tim Simons Kelly Skipper Tim Skipper

Rich Olson Bob Owens Rod Perry Bill Stewart Jeff Tedford Bobby Turner Mike Waufle J.D. Williams Del Wright

Kevin Steele Randy Stewart Jeff Tedford Joe Wade Dennis Wagner Mark Weber J.D. Williams Keith Williams

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BALL

.....................................ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

ARTHUR W. JONES

1927 • Record: 3-3-2 Stanford UCLA Nevada St. Ignatius San Jose State UC Davis Santa Clara Pacific

(1921-28) 36-26-7 Titles:

1922 - California Coast 1923 - California Coast

1921 • Record: 3-4-0 LaVerne Cal Tech Pacific Cal Tech Chico State Modesto JC San Jose State Fresno High

1922 • Record: 7-1-2 Tulare High Lemoore High Modesto JC Loyola Reedley High Stanford Frosh Cal Poly UC Davis Bakersfield JC Pacific

1923 • Record: 7-2-0 Reedley Caruthers Legion Sacramento JC UC Davis Modesto JC Nevada Redlands Bakersfield JC San Diego

1924 • Record: 7-2-0 Nevada Cal Christian Bakersfield JC Modesto JC Mare Island Navy Cal Poly Pacific San Diego State Chico State

1925 • Record: 2-6-1 Modesto JC Occidental Santa Clara San Jose State UC Davis Nevada Barbarians Pacific Saint Mary’s

1926 • Record: 5-3-1

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W 12-0 W 25-9 T 0-0 W +2-0 W 21-0 L 3-7 W 20-0 T 0-0 W 31-6 W 12-7

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T 6-6 L 10-33 L 0-6 W 23-7 L 0-6 L 6-60 W 63-6 L 0-7 L 15-61

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L 7-44 W 26-0 L 6-28 W 22-7 W 28-7 W 34-0 W 23-7 L 0-16 T 0-0

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1928 • Record: 2-5-1 Cal Poly UC Santa Barbara St. Ignatius Stanford Pacific Nevada Santa Clara UC Davis

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Pacific Northern Arizona Washburn LaVerne

1933 • Record: 5-4-0 Cal Tech LaVerne California JVs Cal Poly Pomona UC Davis Arizona State Washburn San Jose State Pacific

1934 • Record: 7-2-1 San Francisco State USC JVs California JVs Northern Arizona Pacific Santa Clara San Jose State UC Davis Cal Tech Nevada

STANLEY E. BORLESKE (1929-32) 16-17-2 Titles: 1930 - Far Western

1929 • Record: 1-7-0 Loyola UCLA L Olympic Club Chico State Nevada UC Davis San Jose State Pacific

1930 • Record: 8-0-0 Cal Christian Redlands Loyola Chico State Pacific UC Davis San Jose State Nevada

1931 • Record: 4-6-0 Northern Arizona Whittier LaVerne San Jose State Nevada UC Davis Chico State Pacific Arizona State San Diego State

1935 • Record: 6-3-0 LaVerne California JVs Santa Clara Chico State Cal Tech Pacific Nevada UC Davis San Francisco

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H 2,099 H 2,574 H 1,416 A A 9,000 H 7,182 H 7,182 H 5,723 H 379 H 5,754

W 46-0 L 7-13 L 0-24 W 13-0 W 51-7 W 20-7 W 27-6 W 32-6 L 3-21

H 3,601 H 4,935 H 6,064 A H 2,240 H 3,833 A 3,500 A H 7,647

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H H 3,000 H H A 5,000 A A H H H 2,000

Bowl Games

H A A A H H

(1933-35) 18-9-1

1934 - Far Western 1935 - Far Western W L L W T

12-0 6-7 0-3 32-13 0-0

H H H H A

4,500

3,500

(1936-42, 1946) 59-18-5 Titles

1937 - Far Western 1941 - CCAA 1942 - CCAA 1937 - Little All-American (W, 27-26) 1940 - Pineapple (W, 3-0)

1936 • Record: 5-3-1

San Francisco Whittier Northern Arizona California JVs Chico State Willamette Pacific Nevada Hardin-Simmons

1937 • Record: 8-1-1

Titles

San Diego Marines West Coast Army UC Davis San Francisco State San Jose State

A A A H

L 0-20 6-56 A L 0-60 L 0-12 L 0-48 L 0-22 L 14-26 W 20-6

Leo Harris

1932 • Record: 3-4-2

L 0-35 T 0-0 L 0-26 W 6-0

USC JVs Willamette California JVs Whittier UC Davis Chico State Nevada Hardin-Simmons Pacific

L 0-14 W 18-0 W 31-6 W 32-6 W 38-0 T 14-14 L 0-17 W 13-6 L 6-28

H 6,169 H 4,533 H 826 H 4,952 H 2,558 H 4,132 A 7,000 H 6,521 A

T 13-13 W 7-0 W 20-7 W 24-0 W 19-0 W 40-7 W 46-8 L 7-14 W 20-0

H 5,123 A 3,200 H 6,576 A 2,500 A 3,500 H 3,082 A 3,500 H 11,371 H 10,053

W

A

Little All-American Bowl 3,500

Arkansas State

27-26

5,000

HISTORY

Stanford UC Santa Barbara Nevada LaVerne San Diego State San Jose State UC Davis Saint Mary’s Pacific

W 46-0 W 12-0 L 0-35 W 12-0 L 0-3 W 28-0 L 2-14 L 7-62

L 0-33 L 0-7 W 10-7 T 6-6 W 10-7 L 7-13 T 6-6 W 6-0

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS..................................... 1938 • Record: 7-3-0 San Diego Marines California JVs Arkansas State Nevada UC Davis Pacific San Francisco Hawai`i UC Santa Barbara UTEP L

1939 • Record: 9-1-0 UTEP W UC Santa Barbara Nevada California JVs San Francisco Pacific Portland San Jose State Hawai`i Healani AC

1940 • Record: 9-2-1 Whittier UC Santa Barbara West Texas State Pacific San Diego State Nevada UTEP San Jose State Colorado State Arkansas State Healani AC

W 34-14 W 27-7 W 34-0 W 27-0 W 37-7 L 13-18 L 6-14 W 15-13 W 28-0 6-26 H

H H H A H A H H H 5,000

6,850 5,479 7,954 6,000 3,209 9,000 4,936 4,866 6,756

10-7 H W 13-6 W 45-0 W 28-7 W 21-2 W 7-0 W 27-13 L 7-42 W 38-2 W 21-6

8,597 A H 9,533 H 5,044 H 8,506 H 11,227 H 9,310 H 11,311 A 22,000 A

W 13-7 W 20-6 W 15-6 W 3-0 T 0-0 W 7-6 W 16-6 L 7-14 W 28-0 L 0-13 W 20-0

H 7,946 H 7,596 H 9, 625 A 10,000 A 4,000 H 5,732 H 10,024 H 12,276 H 7,256 A 2,500 A

W 3-0

A 22,000

1941 • Record: 4-3-2 West Texas State Camp Haan UC Santa Barbara Nevada San Diego State San Francisco Pacific San Jose State Arizona State

L 6-7 T 7-7 W 26-0 W 6-3 W 26-0 L 27-47 W 13-0 T 0-0 L 7-26

A A A A 4,000 H 6,720 A 12,000 A 13,000 A 10,000 A

1942 • Record: 9-1-0 Whittier Occidental San Diego State March Field Fort Ord Pacific Nevada San Francisco San Jose State Loyola

W 51-0 W 53-6 W 66-0 W 20-0 W 80-0 W 13-0 W 33-0 L 13-33 W 6-0 W 27-6

H 4,272 H 3,925 A 6,500 H 7,521 H 5,979 A H 4,271 H 12,519 H 10,142 A

HISTORY

No football due to World War II

132

H

L L

6-7 6-14

H H

1,500 4,500

6,398

ALVIN “PIX” PIERSON (1945, 1949) 7-14-2

1945 • Record: 4-6-2 Cal Poly Pacific Minter Field Northern Arizona Cal Poly S.B. Marines San Diego State Nevada Saint Mary’s Camp Beale Pacific

(1944) 0-6-0

L L L

0-20 6-13 0-28

A A A

300

T W T W W L L L L L W

6-6 13-0 0-0 19-0 24-0 0-26 0-7 4-7 6-32 13-21 16-0

H A H A A A H A H A A

L

12-13

H

6,782

Drake

Santa Clara Hawai`ian All-Stars Oklahoma City UC Santa Barbara San Diego State Loyola Hawai`i Pacific San Jose State Idaho Molii Bears Leilehau Alumni

W 20-7 W 13-6 L 7-46 W 20-13 L 0-7 W 28-0 L 2-7 W 13-12 L 2-13 W 13-12 W 41-0 W 18-6

1949 • Record: 3-8-0 Cal Poly UC Santa Barbara Santa Clara Nevada Loyola Alameda Air Pac San Diego State Pepperdine Pacific San Jose State Hawai`i

W 20-7 L 7-14 L 0-53 L 13-34 L 13-52 W 55-30 L 7-18 W 20-7 L 0-45 L 7-43 L 14-41

H 9,141 A H 10,324 A A H 2,583 H 5,150 H 4,729 A 8,500 H 6,381 A 20,000

W 34-20 T 20-20 L 7-13 W 31-7 L 7-33 L 7-52 L 0-28 L 13-27 L 12-31

H 9,218 A 6,000 H 10,005 A 5,000 A 8,500 H 10,661 H 6,471 A 500 H 4,937

DUKE JACOBS (1950-51) 7-11-1

1950 • Record: 2-6-1 10,000

BRADSHAW RESUMES TENURE 1946 • Record: 8-4-0

PIERSON RESUMES TENURE

5,861 15,000 13,357

Raisin Bowl

H 14,694 H 11,613 A A A H 6,540 H 11,057 H 6,809 A H 6,827 A A

KENNY GLEASON (1947-48) 6-12-3

Hawai`i San Diego State UC Santa Barbara Cal Poly San Jose State Pacific Loyola Pepperdine North Texas State

1951 • Record: 5-5-0

S 22 UC Davis W 27-0 A S 29 Pepperdine W 33-14 H O 6 San Jose State L 6-32 H O 12 UC Santa Barbara L 22-23 H O 20 Cal Poly W 42-19 H O 27 Occidental W 27-6 H N 3 San Diego State L 7-13 H N 10 Whittier W 28-0 A N 17 North Texas State L 0-62 A N 24 San Francisco State L 7-20 H

2,000 8,945 11,155 6,152 6,427 6,393 8,121 3,500 5,000 5,433 63,126

CLARK VAN GALDER 1947 • Record: 3-6-2 Oklahoma City Molii Bears Santa Clara Cal Poly Honolulu All-Stars San Diego State New Mexico UC Santa Barbara Pacific San Jose State Hawai`i

1948 • Record: 3-6-1

EARL WRIGHT

Minter Field Salinas JC Modesto JC

0-13

1946 - Raisin Bowl (L, 13-12)

1943

1944 • Record: 0-6

L

Bowl Games:

Pineapple Bowl Hawai`i

Minter Field Tonopah Army Air Field Pacific

Portland Santa Clara Cal Poly UC Santa Barbara Pepperdine New Mexico San Diego State Nevada San Jose State Pacific

L 2-27 W 18-7 L 19-20 W 14-6 L 7-34 T 7-7 L 3-34 T 7-7 L 22-47 W 21-20 L 13-27

H H H H H H A A A H A

13,758 7,704 10,780 6,085 7,862 4,307 7,500 5,000

T 6-6 L 7-45 L 14-26 W 28-7 L 13-14 W 20-14 W 7-6 L 7-53 L 6-41 L 0-55

H H 12,081 A H 5,218 A H 4,698 H H 11,554 A 10,000 H 6,487

8,500

(1952-58) 46-22-2

Conference Titles: 1 954 - CCAA 1956 - CCAA 1958 - CCAA

1952 • Record: 8-2-0 S 20 O 4 O 10 O 18 O 24 N 1 N 8 N 15 N 22 N 29

UC Davis W Pepperdine W San Jose State L Utah State W Occidental W San Diego State W Nevada W Pacific L San Francisco State W Whittier W

41-7 60-7 6-40 27-21 20-9 49-33 59-32 0-50 48-20 21-14

H H A H A A A H H H

2012

7,524 8,198 9,266

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.....................................ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

1953 • Record: 4-4-2 S 26 O 3 O 9 O 17 O 24 O 31 N 7 N 11 N 14 N 21

Cal Poly L San Jose State L Cal State LA L Nevada W UC Santa Barbara W San Diego State T Utah State L San Francisco State W Pepperdine W Pacific T

6-27 21-27 12-14 47-7 20-0 27-27 6-36 41-27 54-2 21-21

H H A H H H A H H A

5,298 5,574 9,600 7,188 6,212 6,250 5,224

S 25 Hawai`i L 20-25 H O 2 Cal State LA W 49-19 H O 9 Utah State W 23-13 H O 16 Nevada W 52-6 A O 23 UC Santa Barbara W 26-20 A O 30 San Diego State W 20-0 A N 7 Cal Poly W 16-13 H N 10 San Diego Marines L 0-20 H N 14 San Jose State L 0-28 A N 26 San Francisco State W 39-20 H

9,871 5,663 7,204 2,500 5,000 12,000 12,789 6,339 10,000 4,085 75,451

S 23 O 1 O 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 5 N 12 N 18 N 26

7,307 6,035 6,454 7,194 4,000 6,228 7,500 11,145 18,000

San Francisco State W Willamette W San Diego Navy W Nevada W San Diego Marines W Utah State L San Diego State W Cal Poly W San Jose State W Hawai`i W

20-12 33-7 52-0 42-9 20-0 13-39 20-6 34-6 19-13 20-18

A H H H H A H A H A

BYU W Willamette W San Diego Marines W Pacific L San Francisco State W Hawai`i W Idaho L Cal Poly W San Diego State W San Jose State W

26-13 27-12 2-0 14-21 28-0 39-20 12-24 21-13 50-7 30-14

A A H H H H H H A A

7,800 13,923 6,719 8,430 10,018 8,372 11,000 7,000

8,330

S 21 Montana State L 14-27 H S 28 Pacific L 12-34 A O 5 San Diego Marines L 0-53 H O 12 San Francisco State W 27-7 A O 19 Cal Poly L 7-14 A O 26 Idaho L 6-20 A N 3 San Diego State W 27-0 H N 9 BYU W 27-14 H N 16 San Jose State W 13-6 H N 22 Hawai`i W 31-8 A

9,598 20,500 6,050 3,000 7,000 5,000 3,761 7,523 8,570 10,000 81,002

1957 • Record: 5-5-0

1958 • Record: 5-5-0

BYU L San Diego Marines L UC Santa Barbara L Cal Poly W Cal State LA W San Diego State W Long Beach State W San Jose State L San Francisco State W Pacific L

2013

1959-CCAA 1960-CCAA 1961-CCAA

7-29 6-20 22-25 14-0 7-6 22-20 22-6 6-48 35-0 6-52

A H A H A H H A H H

1964 • Record: 4-6-0

Bowl Games: 1959 • Record: 7-3-0

S 26 BYU W 27-16 H O 3 UC Santa Barbara W 28-12 H O 10 San Diego Marines L 6-13 H O 17 San Jose State L 14-40 H O 24 Cal Poly W 28-13 A O 31 San Diego State W 38-13 H N 7 Pacific L 13-18 A N 14 Long Beach State W 29-8 A N 21 Cal State LA W 21-0 H N 27 Hawai`i W 22-13 A

1960 • Record: 9-1-0 S 24 S 30 O 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 5 N 11 N 19 N 26

Hawai`i W UC Santa Barbara W Abilene Christian W Cal Poly W Cal State LA W San Diego State W Long Beach State W San Jose State W Montana State L Pacific W

7,155 6,621 7,000 9,449 6,392 8,000 12,000 6,351 9,768

S 23 S 30 O 7 O 14 O 21 O 28 N 3 N 11 N 18

Montana State W UC Santa Barbara W Pacific W Cal Poly W Cal State LA W San Diego State W Long Beach State W Abilene Christian W San Jose State W

8,234 7,929 7,553 10,907 8,000 5,950 12,500 3,500 6,223 10,000 80,796

17-7 33-15 20-19 33-0 35-13 60-0 21-3 27-12 20-22 32-7

H A H H A H H A H H

9,601

6,500 5,194 9,000 12,440 10,011

16-13 22-14 20-19 42-13 35-6 27-6 37-14 21-7 36-27

A H A A A H A H H

7,000 9,066 10,000 6,000 11,151 6,595 5,000 9,960 14,141

8,479 11,320

Mercy Bowl N 23 Bowling Green W 36-6 A 33,146 112,039

S 22 Whitworth W 48-7 H 11,339 S 28 UC Santa Barbara W 37-0 A 6,000 O 6 Abilene Christian L 14-26 A 8,500 O 13 Cal Poly W 51-6 H 11,301 O 20 Cal State LA W 34-0 A 14,630 O 27 San Diego State L 26-29 A 13,000 N 3 Long Beach State W 50-0 H 8,092 N 10 San Jose State W 20-14 A 16,000 N 17 Pacific W 18-13 H 10,973 N 24 Montana State L 20-21 H 10,425 110,260

S 21 Idaho L 8-32 A S 28 Montana State L 7-29 A O 5 Adams State W 25-7 H O 12 Pacific W 29-7 A O 19 Cal Poly W 28-0 A O 26 Cal State LA W 35-20 H N 2 Long Beach State L 14-25 A N 9 San Diego State L 6-34 H N 16 San Jose State L 27-56 H N 23 Abilene Christian L 29-32 H

1965 • Record: 6-4-0

S 25 Colorado L 7-10 A 29,000 O 2 Washburn W 54-0 H 9,388 O 9 Montanta State W 25-14 H 10,862 O 16 Cal Poly W 20-14 A 7,000 O 23 Cal State LA L 15-17 H 13,455 O 30 San Diego State L 7-26 H 9,009 N 6 Long Beach State L 12-14 A 9,100 N 13 Pacific W 20-0 A 4,000 N 20 San Jose State W 24-18 H 7,897 N 27 Hawai`i W 7-3 A 2,356 102,067

DARRYL ROGERS (1966-72) 43-32-1

Conference Titles: 1968 - CCAA

Bowl Games: 1968 - Camellia Bowl (L, 29-14) 1971 - Mercy Bowl (L, 17-14)

1966 • Record: 7-3-0

1962 • Record: 7-3-0

1963 • Record: 4-6-0

S 19 South Dakota State W 20-14 H 8,802 S 26 Montana State L 13-27 A 6,000 O 3 Hawai`i W 28-0 H 8,891 O 10 Idaho State L 12-20 A 6,400 O 17 Cal Poly W 23-13 H 9,525 O 24 Cal State LA L 12-32 A 8,000 O 31 San Diego State L 6-44 A 12,000 N 7 Long Beach State L 20-21 H 5,743 N 14 Pacific W 54-7 H 5,585 N 21 San Jose State L 14-26 A 15, 214 86,160

8,200 6,500 8,449 14,000 5,000 11,353 3,762 10,871 8,684 5,562 82,381

S 17 S 24 O 1 O 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 5 N 12 N 19

Hawai`i W Northern Arizona W Montana State L CS Northridge W Cal Poly W Cal State LA W San Diego State L Long Beach State L Pacific W San Jose State W

1967 • Record: 3-8-0 S 16 S 23 S 30 O 7 O 14 O 21 O 28 N 4 N 11 N 18 N 25

Santa Clara L Idaho L Montana State L CS Northridge W Cal Poly W Cal State LA W San Diego State L Long Beach State L Pacific L San Jose State L Hawai`i L

28-27 14-12 6-55 18-17 14-7 14-7 13-34 20-28 16-14 15-13

H H A H H A A H H A

16-24 14-30 20-21 31-25 41-14 14-3 21-28 14-26 20-32 30-35 19-29

H H H A A H H A A H A

9.089 8,586 9,100 6,918 11,016 15,178 7,452 8,429

9,172 8,065 7,678 7,000 9,347 12,276 5,400 10,550 5,336 18,000

HISTORY

S S O O O N N N N N

(1964-65) 10-10-0

Conference Titles:

1961 • Record: 10-0-0

1956 • Record: 8-2-0 S 22 S 29 O 5 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 22

PHIL KRUEGER

(1959-63) 37-13-0

1961 - Mercy Bowl (W, 36-6)

1954 • Record: 7-3-0

1955 • Record: 9-1-0

CECIL COLEMAN

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ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS..................................... DARRYL ROGERS CONT. 1968 • Record: 7-4-0 S 21 S 28 O 5 O 12 O 19 O 25 N 2 N 9 N 16 N 23

Idaho State L San Jose State L Portland State W CS Northridge W Cal Poly W Cal State LA W San Diego State L Long Beach State W Montana State W Pacific W

Camellia Bowl

D 14 Humboldt State L

1969 • Record: 6-4-0 S 20 S 27 O 4 O 11 O 18 O 25 N 1 N 8 N 15 N 22

Cal Poly Pomona W Montana State W Pacific L CS Northridge W Cal Poly L Cal State LA W San Diego State L Long Beach State L Northern Arizona W Portland State W

1970 • Record: 8-4-0 S 12 S 19 S 26 O 3 O 10 O 17 O 24 O 31 N 7 N 14 N 21 N 28

Hayward State W UC Santa Barbara W Montana State L Pacific W CS Northridge W Cal Poly W Cal State LA W San Diego State L Long Beach State L Northern Arizona W San Jose State W Hawai`i L

1971 • Record: 6-5-0

S 11 Hayward State S 18 San Jose State

L W

23-38 21-25 30-13 35-12 17-0 42-20 12-42 34-28 31-16 10-3

H A A H H A A H H H

8,615 9,500 6,346 10,071 1,800 24,387 8,201 7,245 7,752

14-29

A

7,000

27-7 28-20 21-40 38-14 17-21 24-0 20-48 7-37 27-18 28-22

H A A A A H H A H H

7,874

28-12 25-10 12-26 34-14 21-7 23-17 51-6 14-56 14-50 40-7 27-19 0-49

H A H H H H H A H A A A

14-18 14-7

H H

S 25 O 2 O 16 O 23 O 30 N 5 N 13 N 20

Montana State L Hawai`i W Cal Poly W Cal State LA W San Diego State W Long Beach State L CS Northridge W Pacific L

D 11 CS Fullerton

6,341 5,371

JR BOONE

8,769 8,526

L

1972 • Record: 6-4-1

9,303 9,501

9,044 8,486 6,522 12,297 7, 956

Sacramento State W Western Michigan W New Mexico State San Jose State W Pacific L Cal Poly T Cal State LA W San Diego State L Long Beach State L Northern Illinois W Montana State L

1973 • Record: 2-9-0 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 19 O 27 N 10 N 17 N 24

S 7 S 14 S 21 S 28 O 5 O 12 O 19 O 26 N 2 N 9 N 15 N 23

Cal Poly Pomona L San Jose State L Hawai`i L Montana State L Northern Illinois L Wichita State L Long Beach State W Cal Poly L Pacific L San Diego State L CS Northridge W

Cal Poly Pomona L San Jose State L Montana State L Cal Poly L New Mexico State W San Diego State L Pacific W CS Fullerton W CS Northridge W Long Beach State L Wichita State W Hawai`i L

HISTORY

1975 • Record: 3-8-0

134

7,723 11,140

14-17

A

16,854

24-7 41-14 W 23-21 0-17 24-24 31-0 14-21 16-21 9-6 6-10

H 7,012 H 7,992 49-17 A A H 14,071 H 13,334 H 8,104 A H 9,049 A H 5,278

9,441

5,457

S 6 S 13 S 20 S 27 O 4 O 11 O 18 O 25 N 1 N 8 N 15

CS Fullerton W New Mexico L CS Northridge L Montana State W Cal Poly L San Diego State L Long Beach State L Pacific L San Jose State L Wichita State L Cal State LA W

JIM SWEENEY

(1976-77;1980-96) 143-73-3 Conference Titles:

1977 - PCAA 1982 - PCAA 1985 - PCAA 1988 - Big West 1989 - Big West 1991 - Big West 1992 - Western Athletic 1993 - Western Athletic

Bowl Games:

1982 - California Bowl (W, 29-28) 1985 - California Bowl (W, 51-7) 1988 - California Bowl (W, 35-30) 1989 - California Raisin Bowl (W, 27-6) 1991 - California Bow (L, 28-21) 1992 - Freedom Bowl (W, 24-7) 1993 - Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl (L, 41-30)

1976 • Record: 5-6-0

(1973-75) 10-24-0

1974 • Record: 5-7-0

DARRYL ROGERS

A H A H H A H A

Mercy Bowl II

S 9 S 16 S 23 S 30 O 7 O 14 O 21 O 28 N 4 N 11 N 18

7,581

28-37 19-8 13-10 47-7 17-10 13-30 23-7 13-14

9-17 6-24 10-13 6-38 15-24 13-18 15-14 14-28 0-42 6-41 54-24

H H H A H A A A A H H

8,223 8,851 8,416

12-13 7-28 7-14 13-17 9-7 21-24 37-21 48-21 41-0 24-28 24-12 7-21

H A H H A A H A A H H A

7,527

49-7 0-29 7-13 34-17 7-24 0-29 17-47 28-45 7-21 11-28 59-14

H A H A A H A A H A H

6,496

5,160 3,941

8,786 10,417 9,082 8,640 5,878

9,325 8,528 9,326 6,979 5,354

S 11 S 18 S 25 O 2 O 9 O 16 O 23 O 30 N 6 N 13 N 20

Louisiana Lafayette L San Diego State L Montana State W CS Fullerton W Wichita State L Cal Poly L San Jose State L Pacific W Long Beach State W New Mexico State W Santa Clara L

+14-41 3-7 24-10 31-12 24-30 15-17 7-21 35-7 23-0 44-0 17-20

1977 • Record: 9-2-0 S 6 S 17 S 24 O 1 O 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 5 N 11 N 19

Louisiana Lafayette L 13-34 Boise State W 42-7 Montana State L 14-24 Cal Poly W 52-3 San Diego State W 34-14 Pacific W 24-10 San Jose State W 45-24 Idaho State W 28-7 Long Beach State W 23-14 CS Fullerton W 44-19 Santa Clara W 35-7 Total Att.: 134,094 / Avg.: 12,190 Home Att.: 66,131 / Avg.: 13,226

A A H H A H A H H H A

22,890 40,768 11,500 11,500 12,609 12,650 16,500 10,200 11,100 8,279

A H A A H A H H A A H

24,600 10,857 10,100 8,322 14,114 13,740 16,051 12,761 5,951 5,250 12,438

A H A H A H A H H H A

14,125 11,373 15,507 12,287 42,424 8,279 11,410 7,928 8,963 7,258 5,500

BOB PADILLA (1978-79) 7-15-0

1978 • Record: 3-8-0

S 9 McNeese State L 16-21 S 16 Weber State W 55-14 S 23 Utah State L 22-45 S 30 Cal Poly L 12-24 O 7 San Diego State L 14-31 O 14 Pacific L 7-27 O 21 San Jose State L 16-26 O 28 CS Fullerton L 8-37 N 4 Long Beach State W 42-41 N 11 Montana State L 14-35 N 18 Idaho W 41-28 Total Att.: 145,054 / Avg.: 13,187 Home Att.: 56,088 / Avg.: 9,348

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.....................................ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

1979 • Record: 4-7-0 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 24

Idaho W 30-10 Montana State W 22-20 San Diego State L 23-32 Washington L 14-49 Cal Poly L 0-26 San Jose State L +22-35 Long Beach State L 14-24 Pacific W 33-10 UNLV L 28-31 CS Fullerton W 28-24 Utah State L 31-41 Total Att.: 154,190 / Avg.: 14,017 Home Att.: 63,164 / Avg.: 10,627

H A H A A H A A H H H

11,148 8,143 15,235 42,459 8,680 11,789 5,844 25,300 8,143 8,357 9,092

SWEENEY RESUMES TENURE 1980 • Record: 5-6-0 S 6 S 13 S 20 S 27 O 4 O 11 O 18 O 25 N 11 N 18 N 25

CS Fullerton L 25-39 UNLV L 6-35 Louisiana Lafayette W 16-14 Utah L 12-27 Cal Poly W 31-25 San Jose State L 14-26 Pacific W 27-3 Utah State L 0-14 Long Beach State L 9-34 Southern Illinois W 31-14 Montana State W 21-14 Total Att.: 160,325 / Avg.: 14,575 Home Att.: 84,680 / Avg.: 14,113

1981 • Record: 5-6-0 S 5 S 12 S 19 O 3 O 10 O 17 O 24 O 31 N 7 N 14 N 21

Oregon W 23-16 Oregon State L 28-31 Montana State L 26-30 San Jose State L 33-65 CS Fullerton L 10-13 Southern Illinois L 18-24 Pacific W 30-27 Utah State L 0-20 UNLV W 42-26 Long Beach State W 31-30 Arizona W 23-17 Total Att.: 212,185 / Avg.: 19,290 Home Att.: 107,288 / Avg.: 21,458

1982 • Record: 11-1-0 S 11 S 18 S 25 O 2 O 9 O 16 O 23 O 30 N 6 N 13 N 20

Cal Poly W Oregon W Weber State W Utah State W Pacific W Nevada L San Jose State W Long Beach State W CS Fullerton W Montana State W UNLV W

Cal Bowl II

26-6 10-4 25-9 31-6 49-30 26-40 39-27 40-22 31-14 45-14 30-28

D 18 Bowling Green W 29-28 Total Att.: 264,634 / Avg.: 22,053 Home Att.: 198,891 / Avg.: 24,861

1983 • Record: 6-5-0

Bowling Green L 27-35 Nevada W 24-22 Pacific W 34-14 Utah State L 12-20 San Jose State L 23-41 Montana State W 31-12 CS Fullerton L 17-18 Cal Poly W 30-7 UNLV L +7-20 Long Beach State W 7-3 Northern Arizona W 30-22 Total Att.: 219,798 / Avg: 19,982 Home Att.: 184,901 / Avg.: 26,414

1984 • Record: 6-6-0 S 1 Arizona S 8 Boise State

2013

W W

27-22 37-21

7,282 19,085 12,283 25,358 15,221 14,120 12,782 10,482 8,228 9,800 25,684

H A A H H H A A H A A

28,697 28,000 7,127 25,617 20,348 16,385 13,500 13,086 16,241 5,077 38,107

H A H H H A A H H H A

26,274 19,836 26,892 25,174 25,574 9,077 21,302 24,333 22,620 18,024 15,528

H

30,000

H H A A H A H H H A H

30,000 27,705 16,234 10,179 35,000 6,467 26,903 25,712 24,054 2,017 20,527

A A

43,477 19,252

Cal Poly W 14-0 Long Beach State W 20-17 New Mexico State W 53-24 Hawai`i L 15-27 Utah State W 43-18 San Jose State L 17-18 CS Fullerton L 17-20 Pacific L 6-24 Montana State L 31-35 UNLV L +13-27 Total Att.: 321,391 / Avg.: 26,783 Home Att.: 175,340 / Avg.: 29,223

1985 • Record: 11-0-1 S 14 S 21 S 28 O 5 O 12 O 19 O 26 N 2 N 9 N 16 N 21

UNLV W Oregon State W Cal Poly W Hawai`i T San Jose State W New Mexico State W Utah State W CS Fullerton W Pacific W Long Beach State W Wichita State W

Cal Bowl V

26-6 33-24 59-10 24-24 37-17 48-21 38-19 42-7 43-37 33-31 47-6

D 14 Bowling Green W 51-7 Total Att.: 311,590 / Avg.: 25,966 Home Att.: 223,942 / Avg.: 31,992

1986 • Record: 9-2-0 S 6 S 13 S 27 O 4 O 11 O 18 O 25 O 30 N 6 N 15 N 22

Montana State W 55-2 Oregon State W 27-0 Louisiana Tech W 34-10 San Jose State L 41-45 New Mexico State W 17-14 Pacific W 10-9 Long Beach State W 25-12 CS Fullerton W 30-20 UNLV W 36-7 Hawai`i L 13-24 Utah State W 14-7 Total Att.: 346,165 / Avg.: 31,470 Home Att.: 268,580 / Avg.: 33,573

1980 • Record: 5-6-0 S 6 S 13 S 20 S 27 O 4 O 11 O 18 O 25 N 11 N 18 N 25

CS Fullerton L 25-39 UNLV L 6-35 Louisiana Lafayette W 16-14 Utah L 12-27 Cal Poly W 31-25 San Jose State L 14-26 Pacific W 27-3 Utah State L 0-14 Long Beach State L 9-34 Southern Illinois W 31-14 Montana State W 21-14 Total Att.: 160,325 / Avg.: 14,575 Home Att.: 84,680 / Avg.: 14,113

1981 • Record: 5-6-0 S 5 S 12 S 19 O 3 O 10 O 17 O 24 O 31 N 7 N 14 N 21

Oregon W 23-16 Oregon State L 28-31 Montana State L 26-30 San Jose State L 33-65 CS Fullerton L 10-13 Southern Illinois L 18-24 Pacific W 30-27 Utah State L 0-20 UNLV W 42-26 Long Beach State W 31-30 Arizona W 23-17 Total Att.: 212,185 / Avg.: 19,290 Home Att.: 107,288 / Avg.: 21,458

1982 • Record: 11-1-0 S 11 S 18 S 25 O 2 O 9 O 16 O 23 O 30

Cal Poly W Oregon W Weber State W Utah State W Pacific W Nevada L San Jose State W Long Beach State W

26-6 10-4 25-9 31-6 49-30 26-40 39-27 40-22

H H H A H A A H H A

30,991 31,162 32,952 41,999 31,463 17,047 12,121 24,684 24,088 12,155

H A H H H A A H A A H

33,754 31,162 32,536 29,676 34,004 16,544 10,702 30,514 14,000 15,240 30,904

H

32,554

H H H A H H H H A A H

34,512 34,557 34,528 28,158 34,546 34,551 34,283 27,222 8,940 40,487 34,381

A A H A H A H H H A H

7,282 19,085 12,283 25,358 15,221 14,120 12,782 10,482 8,228 9,800 25,684

H A A H H H A A H A A

28,697 28,000 7,127 25,617 20,348 16,385 13,500 13,086 16,241 5,077 38,107

H A H H H A A H

26,274 19,836 26,892 25,174 25,574 9,077 21,302 24,333

N 6 CS Fullerton N 13 Montana State N 20 UNLV

Cal Bowl II

W W W

31-14 45-14 30-28

D 18 Bowling Green W 29-28 Total Att.: 264,634 / Avg.: 22,053 Home Att.: 198,891 / Avg.: 24,861

1983 • Record: 6-5-0 S 10 S 17 S 24 O 1 O 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 5 N 12 N 19

Bowling Green L 27-35 Nevada W 24-22 Pacific W 34-14 Utah State L 12-20 San Jose State L 23-41 Montana State W 31-12 CS Fullerton L 17-18 Cal Poly W 30-7 UNLV L +7-20 Long Beach State W 7-3 Northern Arizona W 30-22 Total Att.: 219,798 / Avg: 19,982 Home Att.: 184,901 / Avg.: 26,414

1984 • Record: 6-6-0 S 1 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24

Arizona W 27-22 Boise State W 37-21 Cal Poly W 14-0 Long Beach State W 20-17 New Mexico State W 53-24 Hawai`i L 15-27 Utah State W 43-18 San Jose State L 17-18 CS Fullerton L 17-20 Pacific L 6-24 Montana State L 31-35 UNLV L +13-27 Total Att.: 321,391 / Avg.: 26,783 Home Att.: 175,340 / Avg.: 29,223

1985 • Record: 11-0-1 S 14 S 21 S 28 O 5 O 12 O 19 O 26 N 2 N 9 N 16 N 21

UNLV W Oregon State W Cal Poly W Hawai`i T San Jose State W New Mexico State W Utah State W CS Fullerton W Pacific W Long Beach State W Wichita State W

Cal Bowl V

26-6 33-24 59-10 24-24 37-17 48-21 38-19 42-7 43-37 33-31 47-6

D 14 Bowling Green W 51-7 Total Att.: 311,590 / Avg.: 25,966 Home Att.: 223,942 / Avg.: 31,992

1986 • Record: 9-2-0 S 6 S 13 S 27 O 4 O 11 O 18 O 25 O 30 N 6 N 15 N 22

Montana State W 55-2 Oregon State W 27-0 Louisiana Tech W 34-10 San Jose State L 41-45 New Mexico State W 17-14 Pacific W 10-9 Long Beach State W 25-12 CS Fullerton W 30-20 UNLV W 36-7 Hawai`i L 13-24 Utah State W 14-7 Total Att.: 346,165 / Avg.: 31,470 Home Att.: 268,580 / Avg.: 33,573

1987 • Record: 6-5-0 S 5 S 12 S 19 O 1 O 10 O 17 O 24 O 31 N 7 N 14 N 21

Washington State L 24-41 Western Illinois W 20-17 UCLA L 0-17 Long Beach State W 30-7 Southern Illinois W 35-0 San Jose State L 16-20 Pacific L 22-23 UNLV W 45-10 CS Fullerton W 21-17 Utah State L 13-17 New Mexico State W 34-10 Total Att.: 300,933 / Avg.: 27,358 Home Att.: 201,407 / Avg.: 33,568

H H A

22,620 18,024 15,528

H

30,000

H H A A H A H H H A H

30,000 27,705 16,234 10,179 35,000 6,467 26,903 25,712 24,054 2,017 20,527

A A H H H A H A A H H A

43,477 19,252 30,991 31,162 32,952 41,999 31,463 17,047 12,121 24,684 24,088 12,155

H A H H H A A H A A H

33,754 31,162 32,536 29,676 34,004 16,544 10,702 30,514 14,000 15,240 30,904

H

32,554

H H H A H H H H A A H

34,512 34,557 34,528 28,158 34,546 34,551 34,283 27,222 8,940 40,487 34,381

A H A H H H A H H A A

22,971 34,325 49,264 32,215 34,523 35,227 16,389 31,595 33,522 8,281 2,621

HISTORY

S 10 S 17 S 24 O 1 O 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 5 N 12 N 19

A A H A H A H H H A H

S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 20 O 27 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 24

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JIM SWEENEY CONT. 1988 • Record: 10-2-0 S 3 S 10 S 17 S 24 O 1 O 8 O 15 O 29 N 5 N 12 N 19

New Mexico W Colorado L New Mexico State W McNeese State W Oregon State L CS Fullerton W Utah State W San Jose State W Pacific W UNLV W Long Beach State W

Cal Bowl VIII

68-21 3-45 41-0 49-0 10-21 23-10 51-10 17-15 34-0 31-14 31-3

D 10 Western Michigan W 35-30 Total Att.: 330,926 / Avg.: 27,577 Home Att.: 202,386 / Avg.: 33,731

1989 • Record: 11-1-0 S 2 S 9 S 16 S 23 O 7 O 14 O 21 O 28 N 4 N 11 N 18

Utah W Montana W Pacific W Long Beach State W Oregon State W Utah State W CS Fullerton W UNLV W San Jose State W New Mexico State W New Mexico L

Cal Bowl IX

D 9 Ball State

W

S 7 S 14 S 21 O 5 O 12 O 19 O 26 N 2 N 9 N 16 N 23

Northern Illinois W Washington State W Oregon State W New Mexico W Long Beach State W New Mexico State W UNLV W Utah State L Pacific W CS Fullerton W San Jose State W

Cal Bowl XI

H

31,610

H H A H H A H H A H A

32,188 34,097 29,023 32,698 33,624 18,067 33,519 32,219 16,846 31,821 31,218

H A A H H A H A A H H

34,112 20,647 22,047 33,739 33,083 11,287 30,866 9,814 11,289 31,081 40,513

H

34,877

A A H H H A A H H H A A

16,323 22,326 37,955 38,077 33,934 65,396 39,823 32,743 31,088 37,555 41,523 15,000

N

58,546

55-7 34-30 24-20 94-17 42-14 42-28 48-22 19-20 59-14 38-7 31-28

HISTORY 136

S 5 S 12 S 19 S 26 O 3 O 10 O 17 O 24 O 31 N 7 N 21 N 28

Pacific W Oregon State L Colorado State W Washington State L Louisiana Tech W BYU L Hawai`i L New Mexico W Wyoming W Utah W San Diego State W UTEP W

Freedom Bowl

42-21 36-46 52-21 37-39 48-14 24-36 45-47 31-28 42-31 41-15 45-41 43-18

D 29 USC W 24-7 Total Att.: 470,289 / Avg.: 36,176 Home Att.: 211,352 / Avg.: 35,225

Baylor Oregon State New Mexico Utah State Colorado State Air Force BYU Wyoming UTEP Hawai`i San Diego State

Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl D 25 Colorado

L W W W L W W L W W W

39-42 48-30 41-24 30-14 32-34 33-20 48-45 28-32 30-10 45-21 63-37

A H A H A H A A H H H

36,690 40,048 25,812 41,031 23,812 41,031 65,816 16,895 34,265 39,808 41,031

L

30-41

N

44,009

Total Att.: 450,248 / Avg.: 37,521 Home Att.: 237,214 / Avg.: 39,536 1994 • Record: 5-7-1

27-6

D 14 Bowling Green L 21-28 Total Att.: 313,355 / Avg.: 26,113 Home Att.: 238,271 / Avg.: 34,039

1992 • Record: 9-4-0

31,272

34,926 33,710 4,735 35,102 35,164 13,137 32,135 32,302 35,353 4,826 12,668

Eastern Michigan W 41-10 New Mexico W 24-17 Utah W 31-7 New Mexico State W 42-3 CS Fullerton W 38-3 Northern Illinois L 18-73 Utah State T 24-24 Long Beach State W 28-16 UNLV W 45-18 Pacific W 48-17 San Jose State L 7-42 Total Att.: 325,320 / Avg.: 29,575 Home Att.: 230,166 / Avg.: 32,881

1991 • Record: 10-2-0

H

H H A H H A H H H A A

1990 • Record: 8-2-1

18,061 32,417 34,459 34,503 28,179 5,108 34,942 21,367 34,436 23,408 32,774

52-22 52-37 27-14 52-0 35-18 34-7 33-19 31-17 31-30 45-5 22-45

Total Att.: 305,668 / Avg.: 25,472 Home Att.: 270,302 / Avg.: 33,788 S 1 S 8 S 15 S 22 S 29 O 6 O 13 O 20 N 3 N 10 N 17

A A H H A A H A H A H

S 4 S 11 S 18 S 25 O 9 O 16 O 23 O 30 N 6 N 13 N 20

A 29 S 3 S 10 S 17 S 24 O 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 5 N 12 N 19 N 26

Ohio State L 10-34 San Jose State W 45-13 Washington State L 3-24 Oregon State W 24-14 Hawai’i W 31-16 BYU L 30-32 Wyoming W 38-24 Air Force L 7-42 New Mexico L 32-49 Nevada L 35-62 UTEP T 30-30 Colorado State L 42-44 San Diego State W 49-42 Total Att.: 424,958 / Avg.: 32,689 Home Att.: 253,296 / Avg.: 36,171

1995 • Record: 5-7-0 S 2 S 9 S 16 S 23 S 30 O 7 O 14 O 28 N 4 N 11 N 18 N 25

Louisiana Monroe W 31-17 California W 25-24 Pacific W 56-24 Utah L 21-25 UCLA L 21-45 New Mexico W 51-34 San Diego State L 24-48 Air Force L 20-31 Hawai`i L 37-42 UTEP W 47-14 Wyoming L 10-38 BYU L 28-45 Total Att.: 386,747 / Avg.: 32,229 Home Att.: 200,991 / Avg.: 33,499

1996 • Record: 4-7 N H A H A H H A H H A H A

28,513 36,868 24,107 36,379 41,405 41,031 35,708 39,065 33,641 32,328 15,328 37,241 23,344

A 31 Oregon L ot 27-30 S 7 Auburn L 0-62 S 21 Utah L 17-45 S 28 Hawai`i W 20-0 O 12 San Jose State W 28-18 O 19 Wyoming L 21-42 O 26 UNLV W 34-23 N 2 Boise State † W 41-7 N 9 Colorado State L 20-42 N 16 Air Force L OT 38-44 N 23 San Diego State L 21-31 † Jim Sweeney’s 200th career victory Total Att.: 393,673 / Avg.: 35,788 Home Att.: 224,236 / Avg.: 37,373

H A H A A H A H A H A H

33,155 36,500 34,152 31,362 44,499 33,544 28,506 36,147 31,228 30,274 13,661 33,719

H A A H H A A H H H A

39,312 79,026 32,539 36,428 38,276 14,446 11,319 36,099 35,009 39,112 32,107

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2000 • Record: 7-5 S 2 S 9 S 23 O 5 O 14 O 21 O 28 N 4 N 11 N 18 N 25

(1997-Present) 112-80 Conference Titles:

1999 - Western Athletic

Bowl Games:

1999 - EA Sports Las Vegas Bowl (L, 17-16) 2000 - Silicon Valley Football Classic (L, 37-34) 2001 - Silicon Valley Football Classic (L, 44-35) 2002 - Silicon Valley Football Classic (W, 30-21) 2003 - Silicon Valley Football Classic (W, 17-9) 2004 - MPC Computers Bowl (W, 37-34 (ot)) 2005 - AutoZone Liberty Bowl (L, 31-24) 2007 - Roady’s Humanitarian (W, 40-28) 2008 - New Mexico Bowl (L, 40-35) 2009 - New Mexico Bowl (L, 35-28)

1997 • Record: 6-6

A 30 Portland State W 35-7 H 33,114 S 6 Baylor L 35-37 H 32,266 S 13 Oklahoma State L 0-35 A 36,000 S 20 Oregon L ot 40-43 A 38,288 O 2 Utah W 27-13 H 37,994 O 11 Hawai`i L 16-28 A 28,206 O 18 Air Force W 20-17 A 45,597 O 25 UNLV W 46-28 H 38,002 N 1 San Jose State W 53-12 A 18,753 N 8 Colorado State L 3-41 A 27,641 N 15 San Diego State L 19-20 H 34,195 N 22 Wyoming W 24-7 H 30,035 Total Att.: 400,091 / Av.g: 33,341; Home Att.: 205,606 / Avg.: 34,262

1998 • Record: 5-6

S 12 Colorado L S 19 Texas Tech L S 26 Nevada L O 3 BYU W O 10 TCU L O 17 Utah L O 24 UTEP W O 31 New Mexico W N 7 San Diego State L N 14 Hawai’i W N 21 San Jose State W Total Att.: 372,771 / Avg.: 33,888 Home Att.: 185,511 / Avg.: 37,102

1999 • Record: 8-5 S 4 S 11 S 18 S 25 O 2 O 9 O 14 O 23 O 30 N 6 N 13 N 20

Portland State Oregon State UCLA Nevada TCU Colorado State SMU UTEP Tulsa Rice Hawai`i San Jose State

21-29 28-34 24-27 31-21 10-21 16-24 32-6 28-20 0-10 51-12 24-21

W 34-6 L 23-46 L 21-35 W 49-24 W 26-10 (ot) W 44-13 L 14-24 W 24-23(ot) W 28-14 W 47-18 L 24-31 (2ot) W 63-12

EA Sports Las Vegas Bowl

42,623 40,035 39,477 38,326 28,013 33,065 39,881 21,027 22,497 33,535 34,292

H A A A H H A H A H A H

34,977 30,339 42,649 21,115 37,112 37,061 8,211 36,405 13,265 39,097 37,283 38,732

N

28,277

Silicon Valley Football Classic I

10-43 21-24 17-3 27-24 58-21 13-23 34-12 45-27 7-24 14-7 37-6

D 31 Air Force L 34-37 Total Att.: 482,750 / Avg.: 40,229 ; Home Att.: 206,845 / Avg.: 41,369

2001 • Record: 11-3 A 26 S 2 S 8 S 22 S 29 O 13 O 19 O 26 N 3 N 10 N 17 N 23 D 1

Colorado Oregon State Wisconsin Tulsa Louisiana Tech Colorado State Boise State Hawai`i Rice SMU Nevada San Jose State Utah State

W W W W W W L L W W W W W

Silicon Valley Football Classic II

24-22 44-24 32-20 37-18 38-28 25-22 30-35 34-38 52-24 38-13 61-14 40-21 70-21

D 31 Michigan State L 35-44 Total Att.: 518,793 / Avg.: 39,907 Home Att.: *256,815 / Avg.: *42,802

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L L W W W L W W L W W

A A H A H A H H A H A

96,583 45,605 42,285 10,384 41,128 50,085 41,088 42,160 29,116 40,184 17,590

N

26,542

2002 • Record: 9-5 A 23 A 29 S 7 S 21 S 28 O 4 O 12 O 18 O 25 N 9 N 16 N 23 D 5

Wisconsin San Diego State Oregon Oregon State Rice Colorado State SMU Boise State Hawai`i Tulsa Nevada San Jose State Louisiana Tech

L W L L W W W L L W W W W

23-21 16-14 28-24 49-19 31-28 32-30 30-7 67-21 31-21 31-12 38-30 19-16 45-13

A H A A A H H A H H H A A

75,136 39,111 56,357 36,457 18,143 38,336 41,031 30,924 37,615 37,841 40,866 14,134 17,810

N

10,132

24-6 16-14 52-28 16-6 42-16 34-10 55-28 31-28 20-11 27-10 41-7 31-17 23-20

A H A H H A A H A A H H A

103,860 35,553 83,091 38,093 39,805 32,620 41,153 39,462 14,014 17,837 39,453 39,252 15,101

D 30 UCLA W 17-9 Total Att.: 539,294 / Avg.: 38,521 Home Att.: 231,618 / Avg.: 38,603

N

20,126

Silicon Valley Football Classic III A H A A H A H A H A A H H

47,762 42,410 78,506 31,087 42,881 31,580 42,881 37,900 42,881 16,731 18,412 42,881 42,881

N

30,456

D 31 Georgia Tech W 30-21 Total Att.: 483,761 / Avg.: 34,554 Home Att.: 234,800 / Avg.: 39,133

2003 • Record: 9-5 A 30 S 5 S 13 S 20 S 27 O 4 O 11 O 25 N 1 N 8 N 15 N 21 N 29

Tennessee Oregon State Oklahoma Louisiana Tech Portland State Colorado State Hawai`i Rice SMU Nevada San Jose State Boise State UTEP

L W L W W L L W W W W L W

Silicon Valley Football Classic IV

HISTORY

D 18 Utah L 16-17 Total Att.: 404,473 / Avg.: 31,113 Home Att.: 223,384 / Avg.: 37,231

A A H H A A H A A H H

Ohio State UCLA California Rice Nevada UTEP Tulsa Hawai`i TCU SMU San Jose State

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Washington Kansas State Portland State Louisiana Tech UTEP Boise State SMU Rice Hawai`i Nevada San Jose State

W W W L L L W W W W W

35-16 45-21 27-17 28-21 24-21 33-16 42-0 52-21 70-14 54-17 62-28

A A H A H A H A H H A

65,345 46,468 42,662 18,330 40,407 30,623 37,604 18,407 38,956 39,256 28,867

N

28,516

H A H A H A A H H A A H

38,156 58,201 34,637 8,312 42,701 15,047 28,196 41,039 42,781 90,007 17,765 36,525

N

54,894

MPC Computers Bowl D 27 vs. Virginia W 37-34 (ot) Total Att.: 406,925 / Avg.: 33,910 Home Att.: 198,885 / Avg.: 39,777

Weber State W Oregon L Toledo W New Mexico State W Utah State W Idaho W Hawai’i W San Jose State W Boise State W USC L Nevada L Louisiana Tech L

55-17 37-34 44-14 37-7 53-21 40-10 27-13 45-17 27-7 50-42 38-35 40-28

AutoZone Liberty Bowl D 31 vs. Tulsa L 31-24 Total Att.: 508,261 / Avg.: 39,097 Home Att.: 235,839 / Avg.: 39,306

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Nevada W Oregon L Washington L Colorado State L Utah State L Hawai’i L LSU L Boise State L New Mexico State W Idaho W

11,086 22,235

24-3 47-45 52-21 17-6 49-41 37-24 30-0 34-21 38-27 37-30 45-29 30-23

28-19 31-24 21-20 35-23 13-12 68-37 38-6 45-21 23-18 34-0

D 31 Georgia Tech W 40-28 Total Att.: 467,944/ Avg.: 35,995 Home Att.: 217,743/ Avg.: 36,290

2008 • Record: 7-6 S 1 S 13 S 20 S 27 O 4 O 11 O 25 N 1 N 7 N 15 N 21 N 28

H H A H A H A A H H

39,269 42,281 57,012 42,012 10,701 39,122 91,833 30,604 33,241 35,382

Rutgers W 24-7 Wisconsin L 13-10 Toledo W 55-54 (2ot) UCLA W 36-31 Hawai’i L 32-29 Idaho W 45-32 Utah State W 30-28 Louisiana Tech L 38-35 Nevada L 41-28 New Mexico State W 24-17 San Jose State W 24-10 Boise State L 61-10

D 20 Colorado State L 40-35 Total Att.: 417,052 / Avg.: 32,080 Home Att.: 189,318 / Avg.: 37,864

2009 • Record: 8-5 S 5 S 12 S 18 S 26 O 10 O 17 O 24

O 31 N 7 N 14 N 21 D 5

Utah State Idaho Nevada Louisiana Tech Illinois

31-27 31-21 52-14 30-28 53-52

H A A H A

27,721 12,418 19,331 31,769 48,538

D 19 Wyoming L 35-28 Total Att.: 418,888 / Avg.: 32,222 Home Att.: 167,889 / Avg.: 33,578

N

24,898

H A A H H H A A H A H H

37,238 19,059 55,267 37,069 38,494 32,334 11,314 17,057 37,116 33,454 25,965 30,625

N

25,449

New Mexico Bowl

New Mexico Bowl

2006 • Record: 4-8 S 1 S 9 S 16 S 30 O 7 O 14 O 21 N 1 N 11 N 18

2007 • Record: 9-4 S 1 Sacramento State W S 8 Texas A&M L S 15 Oregon L S 29 Louisiana Tech W O 6 Nevada W O 13 Idaho W O 20 San Jose State W O 26 Boise State L N 3 Utah State W N 10 Hawai’i W N 24 Kansas State W N 30 New Mexico State W

A A

H A A H A A H H H A H A

35,963 75,922 58,525 38,104 18,503 14,205 35,494 40,607 32,904 49,047 34,671 6,937

N

27,062

Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl

2005 • Record: 8-5 S 10 S 17 S 27 O 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 5 N 10 N 19 N 26 D 2

N 24 Louisiana Tech W 34-27 D 2 San Jose State L 24-14 Total Att.: 454,778 / Avg.: 37,898 Home Att.: 231,307 / Avg.: 38,552

UC Davis W 51-0 Wisconsin L 34-31 (OT) No. 10 Boise State L 51-34 No. 14 Cincinnati L 28-20 Hawai’i W 42-17 San Jose State W 41-21 New Mexico State W 34-3

A H A A H H A A H H A A

42,508 42,387 20,096 73,963 40,572 37,015 14,071 20,300 33,207 36,137 24,384 32,412

N

24,735

H A H A A H A

37,267 80,353 35,637 32,910 38,556 35,495 18,893

W W L W W

2010 • Record: 8-5 S 4 Cincinnati W 28-14 S 18 Utah State W 41-24 S 25 Mississippi L 55-38 O 2 Cal Poly W 38-17 O 9 Hawai’i L 49-27 O 16 New Mexico State W 33-10 O 23 San Jose State W 33-18 N 6 Louisiana Tech W 40-34 N 13 No. 21 Nevada L 35-34 N 19 No. 3 Boise State L 51-0 N 27 Idaho W 23-20 D 3 Illinois W 25-23 uDrove Humanitarian Bowl D 18 Northern Illinois L 40-17 Total Att.: 374,991 / Avg.: 28,846 Home Att.: 238,841 / Avg.: 34,120

2011 • Record: 4-9 (3-4 WAC, Tied 4th) Date Opponent Result Score Attend S3 vs. Cal% L 21-36 31,563 S10 at No. 10 Nebraska L 29-42 85,101 S17 North Dakota W 27-22 27,542 S24 ^at Idaho W 48-24 15,110 O1 Mississippi L 28-38 32,063 O7 No. 5 Boise State L 7-57 33,871 O15 ^Utah State W 31-21 28,854 O22 ^at Nevada L 38-45 15,113 N5 ^Louisiana Tech L 21-41 27,965 N12 ^at New Mexico State L 45-48 14,227 N19 ^at Hawai’i W 24-21 28,907 N26 ^San Jose State L 24-27 25,492 D3 at San Diego State L 28-35 32,790 % - At Candlestick Park (San Francisco, Calif.) Total Att. 398,598 | Avg.: 30,661 Home Att. 175,787 | Avg.: 29,298

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Year Date 1942 Nov. 2 1986 Sept. 30 1989 Oct. 31 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 1990 Sept 24 Oct. 1 1991 Oct. 28 1992 Jan. 2 1993 Preseason Dec. 5 2001 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 2004 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Final 2005 Preseason Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 11 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 2008 Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28

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Rank Record 18th 7-0 19th 3-0 25th 8-0 24th 9-0 23rd 10-0 24th 4-0 24th 5-0 25th 7-0 24th 9-4 25th 0-0 25th 8-3 19th 2-0 11th 3-0 10th 4-0 10th 5-0 8th 5-0 8th 6-0 18th 6-1 23rd 9-2 21st 10-2 21st 11-2 21st 11-2 19th 2-0 17th 3-0 17th 3-0 22nd 9-3 24th 0-0 24th 0-0 23rd 1-0 24th 4-1 22nd 5-1 21st 6-1 20th 7-1 16th 8-1 16th 8-2 23rd 8-3 21st 1-0 21st 1-0 25th 1-1 25th 2-1 22nd 3-1

Year Date 1985 Jan. 5 1986 Sept 23 Sept. 30 1989 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 1990 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 1991 Oct. 14 Oct. 22 Oct. 28 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 1992 Final 1993 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Dec. 5 2001 Sept. 10 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 2001 Oct. 22 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 2004 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Final 2005 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 11 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 2008 Preseason Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 21 Sept. 28

Rank Record 23rd 11-0-1 20th 2-0 20th 3-0 25th 9-0 23rd 10-0 24th 4-0 24th 5-0 25th 5-0 22nd 6-0 23rd 7-0 25th 8-1 23rd 9-1 25th 10-1 22nd 9-4 25th 2-1 24th 3-1 23rd 3-1 25th 8-3 15th 3-0 13th 4-0 11th 5-0 10th 5-0 10th 6-0 19th 6-1 25th 8-2 22nd 9-2 21st 10-2 19th 11-2 20th 11-2 20th 2-0 17th 3-0 17th 3-0 22nd 9-3 24th 0-0 25th 1-0 24th 5-1 22nd 6-1 20th 7-1 16th 8-1 16th 8-2 22nd 8-3 25th 0-0 21st 1-0 21st 1-0 24th 2-1 21st 3-1

Fresno State’s vs. the Top 25 Date Opponent Rank Result 09/10/11 at Nebraska 10 L, 42-29 10/07/11 Boise State 5 L, 57-7 11/19/10 at Boise State 3 L, 51-0 11/14/10 Nevada 21 L, 35-34 9/26/09 at Cincinnati 14 L, 28-20 9/18/09 Boise State 8 L, 51-34 11/28/08 at Boise State 8 L, 61-10 9/13/08 Wisconsin 10 L, 13-10 11/10/07 at Hawai’i 14 L, 37-30 9/8/07 at Texas A&M 23 L, 47-453OT 11/1/06 at Boise State 14 L, 45-21 10/21/06 at LSU 14 L, 38-6 9/9/06 Oregon 20 L, 31-24 11/19/05 at USC 1 L, 50-42 12/27/04 vs. Virginia 18 W, 37-34OT 10/23/04 at Boise State 16 L, 33-16 9/12/04 at Kansas State 13 W, 45-21 11/21/03 Boise State 20 L, 31-17 9/13/03 at Oklahoma 1 L, 52-28 8/30/03 at Tennessee 12 L, 24-6 9/7/02 at Oregon 13 L, 28-24 8/23/02 at Wisconsin 25 L, 23-21 9/8/01 at Wisconsin 23 W, 32-20 9/2/01 Oregon State 10 W, 44-24 08/26/01 at Colorado 23 W, 24-22 9/9/00 at UCLA 16 L, 24-21 9/2/00 at Ohio State 15 L, 43-10 9/18/99 at UCLA 21 L, 35-21 9/12/98 at Colorado 16 L, 29-21 10/18/97 at Air Force 17 W, 20-17 9/7/96 at Auburn 18 L, 62-0 11/19/94 Colorado State 10 L, 44-42 10/8/94 BYU 22 L, 32-30 8/29/94 vs. Ohio State* 20 L, 34-10 *Disneyland Pigskin Classic at the Florida Citrus Bowl (Orlando, Fla.)

2012


O STATE AIR FORCE

Air Force leads 4-2 (H: 1-2, A: 1-1, N: 0-1) Intra-Conference: 2-3 (all in WAC) Date Winner Score Site 10/16/93 Fresno State W 33-20 H 10/22/94 Air Force L 7-42 A 10/28/95 Air Force L 20-31 H 11/16/96 Air Force L 38-44OT H 10/18/97 Fresno State W 20-17 A 12/31/00 Air Force L 34-37 (1) 1 - Silicon Valley Football Classic I (San Jose, Calif.)

ARIZONA

Fresno State leads 2-0 (A: 2-0) Date Winner Score Site 11/21/81 Fresno State W 23-17 A 9/1/84 Fresno State W 27-22 A

ARIZONA STATE

Date 1931 1933 1941

Arizona State leads 3-0 (H: 0-1, A: 0-2) Winner Score Site Arizona State L 0-7 H Arizona State L 7-21 A Arizona State L 7-26 A

AUBURN

Auburn leads 1-0 (A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/7/96 Auburn L 0-62 A

BALL STATE

Fresno State leads 1-0 (H: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 12/9/89 Fresno State W 27-6 H^ ^ Cal bowl IX (Fresno, Calif.)

BAYLOR

Baylor leads 2-0 (H: 0-1, A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/4/93 Baylor L 39-42 A 9/6/97 Baylor L 35-37 H

BOISE STATE

BOWLING GREEN

Fresno State leads 3-2 (H: 0-1, N: 3-1) Date Winner Score Site 11/23/61 Fresno State W 36-6 (1) 12/18/82 Fresno State W 29-28 H# 9/10/83 Bowling Green L 27-35 H 12/14/85 Fresno State W 51-7 H* 12/14/91 Bowling Green L 21-28 H^ 1 - Mercy Bowl (Los Angeles, Calif.) # Cal Bowl II (Fresno, Calif.) * Cal Bowl V (Fresno, Calif.) ^ Cal Bowl XI (Fresno, Calif.)

2013

Fresno State leads 5-4 (H: 3-2, A: 2-2) Date Winner Score Site 9/22/56 Fresno State W 26-13 A 11/9/57 Fresno State W 27-14 H 9/20/58 BYU L 7-29 A 9/26/59 Fresno State W 27-16 H 10/10/92 BYU L 24-36 A 10/23/93 Fresno State W 48-45 A 10/8/94 BYU L 30-32 H 11/25/95 BYU L 28-45 H 10/3/98 Fresno State W 31-2 H

CALIFORNIA

Fresno State leads 2-1 (H: 1-0, A: 1-0, N: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/9/95 Fresno State W 25-24 A 9/23/00 Fresno State W 17-3 H 9/3/11 California L 21-36 N N - game played at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, Calif.

CAL POLY

Fresno State leads 31-10-2 (H: 20-4-2, A: 11-6) Date Winner Score Site 1922 Fresno State W 20-0 H 1924 Fresno State W 22-6 A 1928 Fresno State W 37-0 H 1945 TIED T 6-6 H 1945 Fresno State W 24-0 A 1947 Fresno State W 14-6 H 1948 Cal Poly L 14-26 A 1949 Fresno State W 20-7 H 1950 Fresno State W 31-7 A 10/20/51 Fresno State W 42-19 H 9/26/53 Cal Poly L 6-27 H 11/7/54 Fresno State W 16-13 H 11/12/55 Fresno State W 34-6 A 11/10/56 Fresno State W 21-13 H 10/19/57 Cal Poly L 7-14 A 10/18/58 Fresno State W 14-0 H 10/24/59 Fresno State W 28-13 A 10/15/60 Fresno State W 33-0 H 10/14/61 Fresno State W 42-13 A 10/13/62 Fresno State W 51-6 H 10/19/63 Fresno State W 28-0 A 10/17/64 Fresno State W 23-13 H 10/16/65 Fresno State W 20-14 A 10/15/66 Fresno State W 14-7 H 10/14/67 Fresno State W 41-14 A 10/19/68 Fresno State W 17-0 H 10/18/69 Cal Poly L 17-21 A 10/17/70 Fresno State W 23-17 H 10/16/71 Fresno State W 13-10 A 10/14/72 TIED T 24-24 H 10/27/73 Cal Poly L 14-28 A 9/28/74 Cal Poly L 13-17 H 10/4/75 Cal Poly L 7-24 A 10/16/76 Cal Poly L 15-17 H 10/1/77 Fresno State W 52-3 A 9/30/78 Cal Poly L 12-24 H 10/6/79 Cal Poly L 0-26 A 10/4/80 Fresno State W 31-25 H 9/11/82 Fresno State W 26-6 H 10/29/83 Fresno State W 30-7 H 9/15/84 Fresno State W 14-0 H 9/28/85 Fresno State W 59-10 H 10/2/10 Fresno State W 38-17 H

CENTRAL ARKANSAS

Fresno State leads 2-1 Date Winner Score Site 12/25/37 Fresno State W 27-26 (1) 1938 Fresno State W 34-0 H 1940 Central Arkansas L 0-13 A 1 - Little All-American Bowl (Los Angeles, Calif.)

CINCINNATI

Series tied 1-1 (H: 1-0, A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/26/09 Cincinnati L 20-28 A 9/4/10 Fresno State W 28-14 H

COLORADO

Colorado leads 4-1 (A: 1-3, N: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/25/65 Colorado L 7-10 A 9/10/88 Colorado L 3-45 A 12/25/93 Colorado L 30-41 (1) 9/12/98 Colorado L 21-29 A 8/26/01 Fresno State W 24-22 A 1-Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl (Honolulu, Hawai’i)

COLORADO STATE

Colorado State leads 7-5 (H: 4-3, A: 1-3, N: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 1940 Fresno State W 28-0 W 9/19/92 Fresno State W 52-21 H 10/9/93 Colorado State L 32-34 A 11/19/94 Colorado State L 42-44 H 11/9/96 Colorado State L 20-42 H 11/8/97 Colorado State L 3-41 A 10/9/99 Fresno State W 44-13 H 10/13/01 Fresno State W 25-22 A 10/4/02 Fresno State W 32-30 H 10/4/03 Colorado State L 10-34 A 9/30/06 Colorado State L 23-35 H 12/20/08 Colorado State L 35-40 (1) 1 - New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque, N.M.)

DRAKE

Drake leads series 1-0 (H: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 1/1/46 Drake L 12-13 H^ ^ 1945 Raisin Bowl (Fresno, Calif.)

EASTERN MICHIGAN Date 1942

Fresno State leads 1-0 Winner Score Site Fresno State W 80-0 H

GEORGIA TECH

Fresno State leads 2-0 (N: 2-0) Date Winner Score Site 12/31/02 Fresno State W 30-21 (1) 12/31/07 Fresno State W 40-28 (2) 1 - Silicon Valley Football Classic III (San Jose, Calif.) 2 - Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl (Boise, Idaho)

HAWAI’I

Fresno State leads 22-21-1 (H: 13-8-1, A: 10-14) Intra-Conference: 9-11 (all in WAC) Date Winner Score Site 1938 Fresno State W 15-13 H 1939 Fresno State W 38-2 A 1/1/1941 Fresno State W 3-0 (1) 1946 Hawai’i L 2-7 H 1947 Hawai’i L 13-27 A 1949 Hawai’i L 14-41 A 1950 Fresno State W 34-20 H 9/25/54 Hawai’i L 20-25 H 11/26/55 Fresno State W 20-18 A 10/27/56 Fresno State W 39-20 H 11/22/57 Fresno State W 31-8 A 11/27/59 Fresno State W 22-13 A 9/24/60 Fresno State W 17-7 H 10/3/64 Fresno State W 28-0 H 11/27/65 Fresno State W 7-3 A 9/17/66 Fresno State W 28-27 H 11/25/67 Hawai’i L 19-29 A 11/28/70 Hawai’i L 0-49 A

10/2/71 Fresno State W 19-8 H 9/22/73 Hawai’i L 10-13 H 11/23/74 Hawai’i L 7-21 A 10/6/84 Hawai’i L 15-27 A 10/5/85 TIED T 24-24 H 11/15/86 Hawai’i L 13-24 A 10/17/92 Hawai’i L 45-57 A 11/13/93 Fresno State W 45-2 H 9/24/94 Fresno State W 31-16 A 11/4/95 Hawai’i L 37-42 A 9/28/96 Fresno State W 20-0 H 10/11/97 Hawai’i L 16-28 A 11/14/98 Fresno State W 51-12 H 11/13/99 Hawai’i L 24-312OT A 11/4/00 Fresno State W 45-27 H 10/26/01 Hawai’i L 34-38 A 10/25/02 Hawai’i L 21-31 H 10/11/03 Hawai’i L 28-55 A 11/12/04 Fresno State W 70-14 H 10/29/05 Fresno State W 27-13 A 10/14/06 Hawai’i L 37-68 H 11/10/07 Hawai’i L 30-37 A 10/4/08 Hawai’i L 29-32 H 10/10/09 Fresno State W 42-17 A 10/9/10 Hawai’i L 27-49 H 11/19/11 Fresno State W 24-21 A 1 - 1940 Pineapple Bowl (Honolulu, Hawai’i)

IDAHO

Fresno State leads 10-4 (H: 5-2, A: 5-2) Date Winner Score Site 1946 Fresno State W 13-12 H 11/3/56 Idaho L 12-24 H 10/26/57 Idaho L 6-20 A 9/21/63 Idaho L 8-32 A 9/23/67 Idaho L 14-30 H 11/18/78 Fresno State W 41-28 A 9/8/79 Fresno State W 30-10 H 10/22/05 Fresno State W 40-10 A 11/18/06 Fresno State W 34-0 H 10/13/07 Fresno State W 37-24 A 10/11/08 Fresno State W 45-32 H 11/7/09 Fresno State W 31-21 A 11/27/10 Fresno State W 23-20 H 9/24/11 Fresno State W 48-24 A

IDAHO STATE

Idaho State leads 2-1 (H: 1-1, A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 10/10/64 Idaho State L 12-20 A 9/21/68 Idaho State L 23-38 H 10/29/77 Fresno State W 28-7 H

ILLINOIS

Fresno State leads 2-0 (H: 1-0, A: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 12/5/09 Fresno State W 53-52 A 12/3/10 Fresno State W 25-23 H

KANSAS STATE

Fresno State leads 2-0 (H: 1-0, A: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/12/04 Fresno State W 45-21 A 11/24/07 Fresno State W 45-29 H

LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE

Louisiana-Lafayette leads 2-1 (H: 1-0, A: 0-2) Date Winner Score Site 9/11/76 UL-Lafayette L + 14-41 A 9/6/77 UL-Lafayette L 13-34 A 9/20/80 Fresno State W 16-14 H + Indicates forfeit (does not alter record)

LOUISIANA-MONROE

Fresno State leads 1-0 (H: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/2/95 Fresno State W 31-17 H

RECORDS & HISTORY

Boise State leads 10-4 (H: 3-5, A: 1-5) Intra-Conference: 1-9 (all in WAC) Date Winner Score Site 9/17/77 Fresno State W 42-7 H 9/8/84 Fresno State W 37-21 A 11/2/96 Fresno State $ W 41-7 H 10/19/01 Boise State L 30-35 H 10/18/02 Boise State L 21-67 A 11/21/03 Boise State L 17-31 H 10/23/04 Boise State L 16-33 A 11/10/05 Fresno State W 27-7 H 11/1/06 Boise State L 21-45 A 10/26/07 Boise State L 21-34 H 11/28/09 Boise State L 10-61 A 9/18/09 Boise State L 34-51 H 11/19/10 Boise State L 0-51 A 10/7/11 Boise State L 7-57 H $ Jim Sweeney’s 200th career victory

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

BYU

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FRESNO LOUISIANA STATE

LSU leads 1-0 (A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 10/21/06 LSU L 6-38 A

LOUISIANA TECH

Fresno State leads 9-4 (H: 6-2, A: 3-2) Date Winner Score Site 9/27/86 Fresno State W 34-10 H 10/3/92 Fresno State W 48-14 H 9/29/01 Fresno State W 38-28 H 12/5/02 Fresno State W 45-13 A 9/20/03 Fresno State W 16-6 H 10/2/04 Louisiana Tech L 21-28 A 12/2/05 Louisiana Tech L 28-40 H 11/24/06 Fresno State W 34-27 A 9/29/07 Fresno State W 17-6 H 11/1/08 Louisiana Tech L 35-38 A 11/21/09 Fresno State W 30-28 H 11/6/10 Fresno State W 40-34 A 11/5/11 Louisiana Tech L 21-41 H

McNEESE STATE

Series tied 1-1 (H: 1-0, A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/9/78 McNeese State L 16-21 A 9/24/88 Fresno State W 49-0 H

MICHIGAN STATE

Michigan State leads 1-0 (N: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 12/31/01 Michigan State L 35-44 (1) 1 - Silicon Valley Football Classic II (San Jose, Calif.)

MONTANA

Fresno State leads 1-0 (H: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/9/89 Fresno State W 52-37 H

RECORDS & HISTORY

MONTANA STATE

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Montana State leads 16-11 (H: 6-9, A: 5-7) Date Winner Score Site 9/21/57 Montana State L 14-27 H 11/19/60 Montana State L 20-22 H 9/23/61 Fresno State W 16-13 A 11/24/62 Montana State L 20-21 H 9/28/63 Montana State L 7-29 A 9/26/64 Montana State L 13-27 A 10/9/65 Fresno State W 25-14 H 10/1/66 Montana State L 6-55 A 9/30/67 Montana State L 20-21 H 11/16/68 Fresno State W 31-16 H 9/27/69 Fresno State W 28-20 A 9/26/70 Montana State L 12-26 H 9/25/71 Montana State L 28-37 A 11/18/72 Montana State L 6-10 H 9/29/73 Montana State L 6-38 A 9/21/74 Montana State L 7-14 H 9/27/75 Fresno State W 34-17 A 9/25/76 Fresno State W 24-10 H 9/24/77 Montana State L 14-24 A 11/11/78 Montana State L 14-35 H 9/15/79 Fresno State W 22-20 A 11/25/80 Fresno State W 21-14 H 9/19/81 Montana State L 26-30 A 11/13/82 Fresno State W 45-14 H 10/15/83 Fresno State W 31-12 A 11/17/84 Montana State L 31-35 H 9-6-86 Fresno State W 55-2 H

NEBRASKA

Nebraska leads 1-0 (A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9-10-11 Nebraska L 29-42 A

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS NEVADA

Fresno State leads 24-18-1 (H: 14-8, A: 10-10-1) Intra-Conference 7-5 (all in WAC) Date Winner Score Site 1923 Nevada L 3-46 A 1924 Nevada L 0-16 A 1925 Nevada L 6-60 A 1926 Nevada L 6-28 H 1927 Fresno State W 10-7 H 1928 TIED T 12-12 A 1929 Nevada L 0-48 A 1930 Fresno State W 6-0 H 1931 Nevada L 13-31 A 1932 Nevada L 0-7 H 1934 Fresno State W 33-0 H 1935 Fresno State W 27-6 A 1936 Fresno State W 46-8 H 1937 Fresno State W 46-8 A 1938 Fresno State W 27-0 A 1939 Fresno State W 45-0 H 1940 Fresno State W 7-6 H 1941 Fresno State W 6-3 A 1942 Fresno State W 33-0 H 1945 Nevada L 4-7 A 1948 Nevada L 7-53 H 1949 Nevada L 13-34 A 11/8/52 Fresno State W 59-32 A 10/17/53 Fresno State W 47-7 H 10/16/54 Fresno State W 52-6 A 10/15/55 Fresno State W 42-9 H 10/16/82 Nevada L 26-40 L 9/17/83 Fresno State W 24-22 H 11/5/94 Nevada L 35-62 H 9/26/98 Nevada L 24-27 H 9/25/99 Fresno State W 49-24 A 10/14/00 Fresno State W 58-21 H 11/17/01 Fresno State W 61-14 A 11/16/02 Fresno State W 27-10 H 11/8/03 Fresno State W 27-10 A 11/20/04 Fresno State W 54-17 H 11/26/05 Nevada L 25-28 A 9/1/06 Fresno State W 28-19 H 10/6/07 Fresno State W 49-41 A 11/7/08 Nevada L 28-41 H 11/14/09 Nevada L 14-52 A 11/13/10 Nevada L 34-35 H 10/22/11 Nevada L 38-45 A

NEW MEXICO

Fresno State leads 8-4 (H: 5-1, A: 3-3) Intra-Conference: 4-1 (all in WAC) Date Winner Score Site 1947 New Mexico L 3-34 A 1948 Fresno State W 20-14 H 9/13/75 New Mexico L 0-29 A 9/3/88 Fresno State W 68-21 A 11/18/89 New Mexico L 22-45 A 9/8/90 Fresno State W 24-17 H 10/5/91 Fresno State W 94-17 H 10/24/92 Fresno State W 31-28 H 9/18/93 Fresno State W 41-24 A 10/29/94 New Mexico L 32-49 H 10/7/95 Fresno State W 51-34 H 10/31/98 Fresno State W 28-20 A

NEW MEXICO STATE

Fresno State leads 17-1 (H: 8-0, A: 9-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/23/72 Fresno State W 49-17 A 10/5/74 Fresno State W 9-7 A 11/13/76 Fresno State W 44-0 H 9/29/84 Fresno State W 53-24 H 10/19/85 Fresno State W 48-21 A 10/11/86 Fresno State W 17-14 H 11/21/87 Fresno State W 34-10 A 9/17/88 Fresno State W 41-0 H 11/11/89 Fresno State W 45-5 A 9/22/90 Fresno State W 42-3 H 10/19/91 Fresno State W 42-28 A

10/8/05 Fresno State W 37-7 11/11/06 Fresno State W 23-18 11/30/07 Fresno State W 30-23 11/15/08 Fresno State W 24-17 10/24/09 Fresno State W 34-3 10/16/10 Fresno State W 33-10 11/12/11 New Mexico State L 45-48

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NORTH DAKOTA

Fresno State leads 1-0 (H: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/17/11 Fresno State W 27-22 H

NORTHERN ARIZONA

Fresno State leads 7-1-1 (H: 4-1, A: 3-0-1) Date Winner Score Site 1931 Northern Arizona L 2-26 H 1932 TIED T 0-0 A 1934 Fresno State W 26-14 A 1936 Fresno State W 31-6 H 1945 Fresno State W 19-0 A 9/24/66 Fresno State W 14-12 H 11/15/69 Fresno State W 27-18 H 11/14/70 Fresno State W 40-7 A 11/19/83 Fresno State W 30-22 H

NORTHERN ILLINOIS

Northern Illinois leads 3-2 (H: 1-1, A: 1-1, N: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 11/11/72 Fresno State W 9-6 A 10/6/73 Northern Illinois L 15-24 H 10/6/90 Northern Illinois L 18-73 A 9/7/91 Fresno State W 55-7 H 12/18/10 Northern Illinois L 17-40 (1) 1 - uDrove Humanitarian Bowl (Boise, Idaho)

OHIO STATE

Ohio State leads 2-0 (A: 0-1, N: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 8/29/94 Ohio State^ L 10-34 N^ 9/2/00 Ohio State L 10-43 A ^Disneyland Pigskin Classic at the Florida Citrus Bowl (Orlando, Fla.)

OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma leads 1-0 (A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/13/03 Oklahoma L 28-52 A

OKLAHOMA STATE

Oklahoma State leads 1-0 (A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/13/97 Oklahoma State L 0-35 A

OREGON

Oregon leads 6-2 (H: 1-2, A: 1-4) Date Winner Score Site 9/5/81 Fresno State W 23-16 H 9/18/82 Fresno State W 10-4 A 9/20/97 Oregon L 40-43OT A 9/7/02 Oregon L 24-28 A 9/17/05 Oregon L 34-37 A 9/9/06 Oregon L 24-31 H 9/15/07 Oregon L 21-52 A

OREGON STATE

Fresno State leads 8-5 (H: 6-0, A: 2-5) Date Winner Score Site 9/12/81 Oregon State L 28-31 A 9/21/85 Fresno State W 33-24 A 9/13/86 Fresno State W 27-0 H

10/1/88 10/7/89 9/21/91 9/12/92 9/11/93 9/17/94 9/11/99 9/2/01 9/21/02 9/5/03

Oregon State Fresno State Fresno State Oregon State Fresno State Fresno State Oregon State Fresno State Oregon State Fresno State

L 10-21 W 35-18 W 24-20 L 36-46 W 48-30 W 24-14 L 23-46 W 44-24 L 19-49 W 16-14

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PORTLAND STATE

Fresno State leads 6-0 (H: 5-0, A: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 10/5/68 Fresno State W 30-13 A 11/22/69 Fresno State W 28-22 H 8/30/97 Fresno State W 35-7 H 9/4/99 Fresno State W 34-6 H 9/27/03 Fresno State W 42-16 H 9/19/04 Fresno State W 27-17 H

RICE

Fresno State leads 6-0 (H: 3-0, A: 3-0) Date Winner Score Site 11/6/99 Fresno State W 47-18 H 10-5/00 Fresno State W 27-224 A 11/3/01 Fresno State W 52-24 H 9/28/02 Fresno State W 31-28 A 10/25/03 Fresno State W 31-28 H 11/6/04 Fresno State W 52-21 A

RUTGERS

Fresno State leads 1-0 (A: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/1/08 Fresno State W 24-7 A

SACRAMENTO STATE

Fresno State leads 2-0 (H: 2-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/9/72 Fresno State W 24-7 H 9/1/07 Fresno State W 24-3 H

SAN DIEGO

Date 1923

San Diego leads 1-0 (A: 0-1) Winner Score Site San Diego L 2-12 A

SAN DIEGO STATE

San Diego State leads 27-20-4 (H: 11-12-2, A: 9-15-2) Intra-Conference: 15-19-4 (11-9-4 CCAA; 1-6 PCAA; 3-4 WAC) Date Winner Score Site 1924 Fresno State W 7-0 H 1926 Fresno State W 28-7 A 1931 San Diego State L 0-15 H 1940 TIED T 0-0 A 1941 Fresno State W 26-0 H 1942 Fresno State W 66-0 A 1945 San Diego State L 0-7 H 1946 San Diego State L 0-7 A 1947 TIED T 7-7 H 1948 Fresno State W 7-6 H 1949 San Diego State L 7-18 H 1950 TIED T 20-20 A 11/3/51 San Diego State L 7-13 H 11/1/52 Fresno State W 49-33 A 10/31/53 TIED T 27-27 H 10/30/54 Fresno State W 20-0 A 11/5/55 Fresno State W 20-6 H 11/17/56 Fresno State W 50-7 A 11/3/57 Fresno State W 27-0 H 11/1/58 Fresno State W 22-20 A 10/31/59 Fresno State W 38-13 H 10/29/60 Fresno State W 60-0 A

2012


O STATE 10/28/61 Fresno State W 27-6 10/27/62 San Diego State L 26-29 11/9/63 San Diego State L 6-34 10/31/64 San Diego State L 6-44 10/30/65 San Diego State L 7-26 10/29/66 San Diego State L 13-34 10/28/67 San Diego State L 21-28 11/2/68 San Diego State L 20-48 11/1/69 San Diego State L 20-48 10/31/70 San Diego State L 14-57 10/30/71 Fresno State W 17-10 10/28/72 San Diego State L 14-21 11/17/73 San Diego State L 6-41 10/12/74 San Diego State L 21-24 10/11/75 San Diego State L 0-29 9/18/76 San Diego State L 3-7 10/8/77 Fresno State W 34-14 10/7/78 San Diego State L 14-31 9/22/79 San Diego State L 23-32 11/21/92 Fresno State W 45-41 11/20/93 Fresno State W 63-37 11/26/94 Fresno State W 49-42 10/14/95 San Diego State L 24-48 11/23/96 San Diego State L 21-31 11/15/97 San Diego State L 19-20 11/7/98 San Diego State L 0-10 8/29/02 Fresno State W 16-14 12/3/11 San Deigo State L 28-35

SAN JOSE STATE

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SMU

Fresno State leads 5-1 (H: 3-0, A: 2-1) Date Winner Score Site 10/14/99 SMU L 14-24 A 11/18/00 Fresno State W 14-7 H 11/10/01 Fresno State W 38-13 A 10/12/02 Fresno State W 30-7 H 11/1/03 Fresno State W 20-11 A 10/30/04 Fresno State W 42-0 H

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE

Fresno State leads 1-0 (H: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/19/64 Fresno State W 20-14 H

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

Fresno State leads 2-1 (H: 1-1, A: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 11/18/80 Fresno State W 31-14 A 10/17/81 Southern Illinois L 18-24 H 10/17/87 Fresno State W 35-0 H

STANFORD

Stanford leads 3-0 (H: 0-1, A: 0-2) Date Winner Score Site 1926 Stanford L 7-44 A 1927 Stanford L 0-33 A 1928 Stanford L 0-47 H

TENNESSEE

Tennessee leads 1-0 (A: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 8/30/03 Tennessee L 6-24 A

TCU

TCU leads 2-1 (H: 1-0, A: 0-2) Date Winner Score Site 10/10/98 TCU L 10-21 A 10/2/99 Fresno State W 26-19OT H 11/11/00 TCU L 7-24 A

TEXAS A&M

Texas A&M leads 1-0 (A: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/8/07 Texas A&M L 47-453OT A

TEXAS TECH

10/26/91 Fresno State W 48-22 H 10/26/96 Fresno State W 34-23 A 10/25/97 Fresno State W 46-28 H + Indicates forfeit (does not alter record)

TOLEDO

Series tied 1-1 (0-1, N: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 12/29/92 Fresno State W 24-7 (1) 11/19/05 USC L 42-50 A 1 - Freedom Bowl (Anaheim, Calif.)

Texas Tech leads 1-0 (A: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/19/98 Texas Tech L 28-34 A

Fresno State leads 2-0 (H: 6-4, A: 5-1-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/27/05 Fresno State W 44-14 H 9/20/08 Fresno State W 55-542OT A

TULSA

Fresno State leads 4-1 (H: 2-0, A: 2-0, N:0-1) Date Winner Score Site 10/30/99 Fresno State W 28-14 A 10/28/00 Fresno State W 34-12 H 9/22/01 Fresno State W 37-18 A 11/9/02 Fresno State W 31-12 H 12/31/05 Tulsa L 24-31 (1) 1 - AutoZone Liberty Bowl (Memphis, Tenn.)

UC DAVIS

Date 1922 1923 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1937 1938 9/22/51 9/20/52 9/5/09

Fresno State leads 12-5-1 (H: 6-4, A: 5-1-1) Winner Score Site TIED T 0-0 A Fresno State W 26-14 A UC Davis L 0-6 H Fresno State W 23-7 H UC Davis L 7-13 H UC Davis L 0-13 H UC Davis L 0-22 A Fresno State W 27-7 H Fresno State W 20-7 A UC Davis L 0-3 H Fresno State W 20-0 A Fresno State W 40-13 H Fresno State W 32-6 A Fresno State W 19-0 A Fresno State W 37-7 H Fresno State W 27-0 A Fresno State W 41-7 H Fresno State W 51-0 H

UCLA

UCLA leads 6-2 (A: 1-6, N: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 1928 UCLA L 0-7 A 1929 UCLA L 6-56 A 9/19/87 UCLA L 0-17 A 9/30/95 UCLA L 21-45 A 9/18/99 UCLA L 21-35 A 9/9/00 UCLA L 21-24 A 12/30/03 Fresno State W 17-9 (1) 9/27/08 Fresno State W 36-31 A 1 - Silicon Valley Football Classic IV (San Jose, Calif.)

UNLV

Fresno State leads 11-4 (H: 6-2, A: 5-2) Intra-Conference: 10-2 (2-0 WAC, 8-2 Big West) Date Winner Score Site 11/3/79 UNLV` L 28-31 H 9/13/80 UNLV L 6-35 A 11/7/81 Fresno State W 42-26 H 11/20/82 Fresno State W 30-28 A 11/5/83 UNLV L + 7-20 H 11/24/84 UNLV L + 13-37 A 9/14/85 Fresno State W 26-6 H 11/6/86 Fresno State W 36-7 A 10/31/87 Fresno State W 45-10 H 11/12/88 Fresno State W 31-14 A 10/28/89 Fresno State W 31-17 H 11/3/90 Fresno State W 45-18 A

USC

UTAH

Utah leads 5-4 (H: 3-0, A: 1-4, N: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 9/27/80 Utah L 12-27 A 9/2/89 Fresno State W 52-22 H 9/15/90 Fresno State W 31-7 A 11/7/92 Fresno State W 41-15 H 9/23/95 Utah L 21-24 A 9/21/96 Utah L 17-45 A 10/2/97 Fresno State W 27-13 H 10/17/98 Utah L 16-24 A 12/18/99 Utah L 16-17 (1) 1-EA Sports Las Vegas Bowl (Las Vegas, Nev.)

UTAH STATE

Fresno State leads 16-10-1 (H: 12-2-1, A: 4-8) Date Winner Score Site 10/18/52 Fresno State W 27-21 H 11/7/53 Utah State L 6-36 A 10/9/54 Fresno State W 23-13 H 10/29/55 Utah State L 13-39 A 9/23/78 Utah State L 22-45 A 11/24/79 Utah State L 31-41 H 10/25/80 Utah State L 0-14 H 10/31/81 Utah State L 0-20 A 10/2/82 Fresno State W 31-6 H 10/1/83 Utah State L 12-20 A 10/20/84 Fresno State W 43-18 H 10/26/85 Fresno State W 38-19 A 11/22/86 Fresno State W 14-7 H 11/14/87 Utah State L 13-17 A 10/15/88 Fresno State W 51-10 H 10/14/89 Fresno State W 34-7 A 10/13/90 TIED T 24-24 H 11/2/91 Utah State L 19-20 A 9/25/93 Fresno State W 30-14 H 12/1/01 Fresno State W 70-21 H 10/15/05 Fresno State W 53-21 H 10/7/06 Utah State L 12-13 A 11/3/07 Fresno State W 38-27 H 10/25/08 Fresno State W 30-28 A 10/31/09 Fresno State W 31-27 H 9/18/10 Fresno State W 41-24 A 10/15/11 Fresno State W 31-21 H

UTEP

Fresno State leads 8-3-1 (H: 6-2, A: 2-1-1) Date Winner Score Site 1938 UTEP L 6-26 H 1939 Fresno State W 10-7 H 1940 Fresno State W 16-6 H 11/28/92 Fresno State W 43-18 A 11/6/93 Fresno State W 30-10 H 11/12/94 TIED T 30-30 A 11/11/95 Fresno State W 47-14 H 10/24/98 Fresno State W 32-6 H 10/23/99 Fresno State W 24-23OT H 10/21/00 UTEP L 13-23 A 11/29/03 Fresno State W 23-20 A 10/9/04 UTEP L 21-24 H

VIRGINIA

Fresno State leads 1-0 (N: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 12/27/04 Fresno State W 37-34OT (1) 1 - MPC Computers Bowl (Boise Idaho)

RECORDS & HISTORY

Fresno State leads 39-34-3 (H: 23-17-1, A: 16-17-2) Date Winner Score Site 1921 San Jose State L 2-14 H 1925 Fresno State W 23-7 H 1926 Fresno State W 34-0 H 1927 Fresno State W 10-7 H 1929 San Jose State L 14-26 H 1930 Fresno State W 27-12 A 1931 Fresno State W 32-0 H 1932 TIED T 0-0 A 1933 San Jose State L 0-18 A 1934 TIED T 7-7 H 1939 San Jose State L 7-42 H 1940 San Jose State L 7-14 H 1941 TIED T 0-0 A 1942 Fresno State W 6-0 H 1946 San Jose State L 2-13 A 1947 Fresno State W 21-20 H 1948 SanJose State L 6-41 A 1949 San Jose State L 7-43 H 1950 San Jose State L 7-33 A 10/6/51 San Jose State L 6-2 H 10/10/52 San Jose State L 6-40 A 10/3/53 San Jose State L 21-27 H 11/14/54 San Jose State L 0-28 A 11/18/55 Fresno State W 19-13 H 11/22/56 Fresno State W 30-14 A 11/16/57 Fresno State W 13-6 H 11/15/58 San Jose State L 6-48 A 10/17/59 San Jose State L 14-40 H 11/11/60 Fresno State W 27-12 A 11/18/61 Fresno State W 36-27 H 11/10/62 Fresno State W 20-14 A 11/16/63 San Jose State L 27-56 H 11/21/64 San Jose State L 14-26 A 11/20/65 Fresno State W 24-18 H 11/19/66 Fresno State W 15-13 A 11/18/67 San Jose State L 30-35 H 9/28/68 San Jose State L 21-15 A 11/21/70 Fresno State W 27-19 A 9/18/71 Fresno State W 14-7 H 9/30/72 Fresno State W 23-21 A 9/15/73 San Jose State L 6-24 H 9/14/74 San Jose State L 7-28 A 11/1/75 San Jose State L 7-21 H 10/23/76 San Jose State L 7-21 A 10/22/77 Fresno State W 45-24 H 10/21/78 San Jose State L 16-26 A 10/13/79 San Jose State L + 22-35 H 10/11/80 San Jose State L 14-26 A 10/3/81 San Jose State L 33-65 H 10/23/82 Fresno State W 39-27 A 10/8/83 San Jose State L 23-41 H 10/27/84 San Jose State L 17-18 A

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

10/12/85 Fresno State W 37-17 H 10/4/86 San Jose State L 41-45 A 10/17/87 San Jose State L 16-20 H 10/29/88 Fresno State W 17-15 A 11/4/89 Fresno State W 31-30 H 11/17/90 San Jose State L 7-42 A 11/23/91 Fresno State W 31-28 H 9/3/94 Fresno State W 45-13 H 10/12/96 Fresno State W 28-18 H 11/1/97 Fresno State W 53-12 A 11/21/98 Fresno State W 24-21 H 11/20/99 Fresno State W 63-12 H 11/25/00 Fresno State W 37-6 A 11/23/01 Fresno State W 40-21 H 11/23/02 Fresno State W 19-16 A 11/15/03 Fresno State W 41-7 H 11/27/04 Fresno State W 62-28 A 11/5/05 Fresno State W 45-17 H 12/2/06 San Jose State L 14-24 A 10/20/07 Fresno State W 30-0 H 11/21/08 Fresno State W 24-10 A 10/17/09 Fresno State W 41-21 H 10/23/10 Fresno State W 33-18 A 11/26/11 San Jose State L 24-27 H + Indicates forfeit (does not alter record)

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FRESNO ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS WASHINGTON

Washington leads 2-1 (A: 1-2) Date Winner Score Site 9/29/79 Washington L 14-49 A 9/5/04 Fresno State W 35-16 A 9/16/06 Washington L 20-21 A

WASHINGTON STATE

Washington leads 3-1 (H: 0-1, A: 1-2) Date Winner Score Site 9/5/87 Washington State L 24-41 A 9/14/91 Fresno State W 34-30 A 9/26/92 Washington State L 37-39 H 9/10/94 Washington State L 3-24 A

WEBER STATE

Fresno State leads 3-0 (H: 3-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/16/78 Fresno State W 55-14 H 9/25/82 Fresno State W 25-9 H 9/10/05 Fresno State W 55-17 H

WESTERN MICHIGAN

Fresno State leads 2-0 (H: 2-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/16/72 Fresno State W 41-14 H 12/10/88 Fresno State W 35-30 H^ ^ Cal bowl VIII (Fresno, Calif.)

WESTERN ILLINOIS

Fresno State leads 1-0 (H: 1-0) Date Winner Score Site 9/12/87 Fresno State W 20-17 H

WISCONSIN

Wisconsin leads 3-1 (A: 1-3) Date Winner Score Site 9/8/02 Fresno State W 32-20 A 8/23/02 Wisconsin L 21-23 A 9/13/08 Wisconsin L 10-13 H 9/12/09 Wisconsin L 31-34OT A

WYOMING

Wyoming leads 4-3 (H: 3-0-1, A: 0-3, N: 0-1) Intra-Conference: 3-3 (all in WAC) Date Winner Score Site 10/31/92 Fresno State W 42-31 H 10/30/93 Wyoming L 28-32 L 10/15/94 Fresno State W 38-24 H 11/18/95 Wyoming L 10-38 A 10/19/96 Wyoming L 21-42 A 11/22/97 Fresno State W 27-7 H 12/19/09 Wyoming L 28-35 (1) 1 - New Mexico Bowl (Albuquerque, N.M.)

SERIES AGAINST DEFUNCT PROGRAMS/NON D-I PROGRAMS ABILENE CHRISTIAN Date Winner Score Site 10/8/60 Fresno State W 20-19 H 11/11/61 Fresno State W 21-7 H 10/6/62 Abilene Christian L 14-26 A 11/23/63 Abilene Christian L 29-32 H

RECORDS & HISTORY

ADAMS STATE Date Winner Score Site 10/5/63 Fresno State W 25-7 H

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Date 1949

ALAMEDA AIR PAC Winner Score Site Fresno State W 55-30 H

Date 1922 1923 1924

BAKERSFIELD JC Winner Score Site Fresno State W 31-6 A Fresno State W 32-6 H Fresno State W 9-0 H

Date 1925

BARBARIANS Winner Score Site Fresno State W 63-6 H

Date 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939

CALIFORNIA JVs Winner Score Site California JVs L 0-7 H California JVs L 6-12 H California JVs L 7-13 H Fresno State W 32-6 H Fresno State W 20-7 H Fresno State W 27-7 H Fresno State W 28-7 H

Date 1924 1930

CAL CHRISTIAN Winner Score Site Fresno State W 31-0 H Fresno State W 19-7 A

CAL POLY POMONA Date Winner Score Site 1933 Fresno State W 24-0 H 9/20/69 Fresno State W 27-7 H 9/8/73 Cal Poly Pomona L 9-17 H 9/7/74 Cal Poly Pomona L 12-13 H CAL STATE FULLERTON Fresno State leads 13-6 (H: 10-3, A: 3-2, N: 0-1) Date Winner Score Site 12/11/71 CS Fullerton L 14-17 (1) 10/26/74 Fresno State W 48-21 A 9/6/75 Fresno State W 49-7 H 10/2/76 Fresno State W 31-12 H 11/11/77 Fresno State W 44-19 A

10/28/78 CS Fullerton L 8-37 11/10/79 Fresno State W 28-24 9/6/80 CS Fullerton L 25-39 10/10/81 CS Fullerton L 10-13 11/6/82 Fresno State W 31-14 10/22/83 CS Fullerton L 17-18 11/3/84 CS Fullerton L 17-20 11/2/85 Fresno State W 42-7 10/30/86 Fresno State W 30-20 11/7/87 Fresno State W 21-17 10/8/88 Fresno State W 23-10 10/21/89 Fresno State W 33-19 9/29/90 Fresno State W 38-3 11/16/91 Fresno State W 38-7 1 - Mercy Bowl II (Anaheim, Calif.)

H H A H H H A H H H A H H H

CAL STATE LA Date Winner Score Site 10/9/53 Cal State LA L 12-14 A 10/2/54 Fresno State W 49-19 H 10/25/58 Fresno State W 7-6 A 11/21/59 Fresno State W 21-0 H 10/22/60 Fresno State W 35-13 A 10/21/61 Fresno State W 35-6 A 10/20/62 Fresno State W 34-0 A 10/26/63 Fresno State W 35-20 H 10/24/64 Cal State LA L 12-32 A 10/23/65 Cal State LA L 15-17 H 10/22/66 Fresno State W 14-7 A 10/21/67 Fresno State W 14-3 H 10/25/68 Fresno State W 42-20 A 10/25/69 Fresno State W 24-0 H 10/24/70 Fresno State W 51-6 H 10/23/71 Fresno State W 47-7 H 10/21/72 Fresno State W 31-0 H 11/15/75 Fresno State W 59-14 H CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE Date Winner Score Site 10/8/66 Fresno State W 18-17 H 10/7/67 Fresno State W 31-25 A 10/11/68 Fresno State W 35-12 H 10/11/69 Fresno State W 38-14 A 10/10/70 Fresno State W 21-7 H 11/13/71 Fresno State W 23-7 H 11/24/73 Fresno State W 54-24 H 11/2/74 Fresno State W 41-0 A 9/20/75 CS Northridge L 7-13 H

1921 1921 1933 1934 1935

CAL TECH Fresno State leads Fresno State W Fresno State W Fresno State W Fresno State W Fresno State W

12-0 12-0 26-6 66-0 51-7

A H H H H

Date 1945

CAMP BEALE Winner Score Site Camp Beale L 13-21 A

CAMP HAAN Date Winner Score Site 1941 TIED T 7-7 A

Date 1921 1924 1929 1930 1931 1935 1936 1937

CARUTHERS LEGION Winner Score Site Fresno State W 39-0 H CHICO STATE Winner Score Site Chico State L 0-3 H Chico State L 0-16 A Chico State L 0-12 A Fresno State W 13-7 H Chico State L 6-18 A Fresno State W 13-0 A Fresno State W 38-0 H Fresno State W 40-7 H

Date 9/1/90

FORT ORD Winner Score Site Fresno State W 41-10 H

Date 1921

FRESNO HIGH Winner Score Site Fresno High L 7-62 H

Date 1936 1937

HARDIN-SIMMONS Winner Score Site Hardin-Simmons L 6-28 A Hardin-Simmons L 7-14 H

Date 1946

HAWAI’IAN ALL-STARS Winner Score Site Fresno State W 13-6 H

Date 1923

HAYWARD STATE Date Winner Score Site 9/12/70 Fresno State W 28-12 H 9/11/71 Hayward State L 14-18 H Date 1939 1940

HEALANI AC Winner Score Site Fresno State W 21-6 A Fresno State W 20-0 A

Date 1947

HONOLULU ALL-STARS Winner Score Site Honolulu All-Stars L 7-34 H

HUMBOLDT STATE Date Winner Score Site 12/14/68 Humboldt State L 14-29 (1)

1 - Camellia Bowl (Sacramento, Calif.) Date 1921 1926 1931 1932 1933 1935

LaVERNE Winner Score Site Fresno State W 46-0 H Fresno State W 22-7 H LaVerne L 6-7 H Fresno State W 6-0 H Fresno State W 14-7 H Fresno State W 46-0 H

Date 1922

LEMOORE HIGH Winner Score Site Fresno State W 25-9 A

LEILEHAU ALUMNI Winner Score Site Fresno State W 18-6 A LONG BEACH STATE Date Winner Score Site 11/8/58 Fresno State W 22-6 H 11/14/59 Fresno State W 29-8 A 11/5/60 Fresno State W 21-3 H 11/3/61 Fresno State W 37-14 A 11/3/62 Fresno State W 50-0 H 11/2/63 Long Beach State L 14-25 A 11/7/64 Long Beach State L 20-21 H 11/6/65 Long Beach State L 12-14 A 11/5/66 Long Beach State L 20-28 H 11/4/67 Long Beach State L 14-26 A 11/9/68 Fresno State W 34-28 H 11/8/69 Long Beach State L 7-37 A 11/7/70 Long Beach State L 14-50 H 11/5/71 Long Beach State L 13-30 A 11/4/72 Long Beach State L 16-21 H 10/19/73 Fresno State W 15-14 A 11/9/74 Long Beach State L 24-28 H 10/18/75 Long Beach State L 17-47 A 11/6/76 Fresno State W 23-0 H 11/5/77 Fresno State W 23-14 A 11/4/78 Fresno State W 42-41 H 10/20/79 Long Beach State L 14-24 A 11/11/80 Long Beach State L 9-34 H 11/14/81 Fresno State W 31-30 A 10/30/82 Fresno State W 40-22 H 11/12/83 Fresno State W 7-3 A 9/22/84 Fresno State W 20-17 H 11/16/85 Fresno State W 33-31 A 10/25/86 Fresno State W 25-12 H 10/1/87 Fresno State W 30-7 H 11/19/88 Fresno State W 31-3 H 9/23/89 Fresno State W 52-0 H 10/20/90 Fresno State W 28-16 H 10/12/91 Fresno State W 42-14 H Date 1946

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O STATE SERIES AGAINST DEFUNCT PROGRAMS/NON D-I PROGRAMS LOYOLA Date Winner Score Site 1922 Fresno State W 2-0+ A 1929 Loyola L 0-20 H 1930 Fresno State W 12-7 A 1942 Fresno State W 27-6 A 1946 Fresno State W 28-0 H 1949 Loyola L 13-52 A 1950 Loyola L 0-28 H + Indicates forfeit (does not alter record) Date 1942

MARCH FIELD Winner Score Site Fresno State W 20-0 H

Date 1924

MARE ISLAND NAVY Winner Score Site Fresno State W 10-0 H

Date 1944 1944 1945

MINTER FIELD Winner Score Site Minter Field L 0-20 A Minter Field L 0-13 H TIED T 0-0 H

Date 1946 1947

MOLII BEARS Winner Score Site Fresno State W 41-0 A Fresno State W 18-7 H

Date 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1944

MODESTO JC Winner Score Site Fresno State W 28-0 A TIED T 0-0 H Fresno State W 7-6 A Fresno State W 41-6 H TIED T 6-6 A Modesto JC L 0-28 A

NORTH TEXAS STATE Date Winner Score Site 1950 N. Texas State L 12-31 H 11/17/51 N. Texas State L 0-62 A OCCIDENTAL Date Winner Score Site 1925 Occidental L 10-33 H 1942 Fresno State W 53-6 H 10/27/51 Fresno State W 27-6 H 10/24/52 Fresno State W 20-9 A OKLAHOMA CITY Winner Score Site Oklahoma City L 7-46 A Oklahoma City L 2-27 H

Date 1929

OLYMPIC CLUB Winner Score Site Olympic Club L 0-60 H

PACIFIC Fresno State leads 41-26-2 (H: 22-10, A: 19-16-2) Date Winner Score Site 1921 Pacific L 0-35 A 1922 Fresno State W 12-7 H 1924 Fresno State W 12-0 A 1925 Pacific L 0-7 H 1926 TIED T 0-0 A 1927 Fresno State W 6-0 H 1928 Pacific L 0-13 A 1929 Fresno State W 20-6 H 1930 Fresno State W 19-0 A 1931 Fresno State W 6-0 H 1932 Pacific L 0-35 A 1933 Pacific L 0-12 H 1934 Fresno State W 7-6 A 1935 Fresno State W 20-7 H 1936 Pacific L 0-17 A 1937 Fresno State W 20-0 H 1938 Pacific L 13-18 A 1939 Fresno State W 7-0 H 1940 Fresno State W 3-0 A

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W W L W W W L L L L L T L L L L W W W W W W W L W L W L L L W L W W L W W W W W L W W L W W W W W W

13-0 13-0 6-14 13-0 16-0 13-12 22-47 0-55 0-45 7-52 0-50 21-21 14-21 12-34 6-52 13-18 32-7 20-19 18-13 29-7 54-7 20-0 16-14 20-32 10-3 21-40 34-14 13-14 0-17 0-42 37-21 28-45 35-7 24-10 7-27 33-10 27-3 30-27 49-30 34-14 6-24 43-37 10-9 22-23 34-0 27-14 48-17 59-14 42-21 56-24

A A H A A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H

PEPPERDINE Date Winner Score Site 1948 Pepperdine l 13-14 a 1949 Fresno State W 20-7 H 1950 Pepperdine L 13-27 A 9/29/51 Fresno State W 33-14 H 10/4/52 Fresno State W 60-7 H 11/14/53 Fresno State W 54-2 H PORTLAND Date Winner Score Site 1939 Fresno State W 27-13 H 1948 TIED T 6-6 H Date 1923 1930

REDLANDS Winner Score Site Fresno State W 10-6 H Fresno State W 31-26 H

Date 1923

REEDLEY Winner Score Site Fresno State W 39-0 H

Date 1922

REEDLEY HIGH Winner Score Site Fresno State W 21-0 H

Date 1923

SACRAMENTO JC Winner Score Site Fresno State W 53-18 H

Date 1925 1926 1945

SAINT MARY’S Winner Score Site Saint Mary’s L 15-61 A Saint Mary’s L 0-16 H Saint Mary’s L 6-32 H

Date 1944

SALINAS JC Winner Score Site Salinas JC L 6-13 A

SAN DIEGO MARINES Date Winner Score Site 1932 Fresno State W 12-0 H 1938 Fresno State W 34-14 H 11/10/54 San Diego Marines L 0-20 H 10/22/55 Fresno State W 20-0 H 10/5/56 Fresno State W 2-0 H 10/5/57 San Diego Marines L 0-53 H 9/27/58 San Diego Marines L 6-20 H 10/10/59 San Diego Marines L 6-13 H SAN DIEGO NAVY Date Winner Score Site 10/8/55 Fresno State W 52-0 H

Date 1935 1936 1938 1939 1941 1942

SAN FRANCISCO Winner Score Site San Francisco L 3-21 H San Francisco L 0-14 H San Francisco L 6-14 H Fresno State W 21-2 H San Francisco L 27-47 A San Francisco L 13-33 H

SAN FRANCISCO STATE Date Winner Score Site 1932 Fresno State W 32-13 H 1934 Fresno State W 33-6 H 11/24/51 SF State L 7-20 H 11/22/52 Fresno State W 48-20 H 11/11/53 Fresno State W 41-27 H 11/26/54 Fresno State W 39-20 H 9/23/55 Fresno State W 20-12 A 10/20/56 Fresno State W 28-0 H 10/12/57 Fresno State W 27-7 A 11/22/58 Fresno State W 35-0 H SANTA CLARA Date Winner Score Site 1925 Santa Clara L 0-6 H 1927 TIED T 6-6 H 1928 Santa Clara L 0-33 H 1934 Santa Clara L 0-19 H 1935 Santa Clara L 0-24 H 1946 Fresno State W 20-7 H 1947 Santa Clara L 19-20 H 1948 Santa Clara L 7-45 H 1949 Santa Clara L 0-53 H 9/16/67 Santa Clara L 16-24 H 11/20/76 Santa Clara L 17-20 A 11/19/77 Fresno State W 35-7 H Date 1945

SB MARINES Winner Score Site S.B. Marines L 0-26 A

Date 1922

STANFORD FROSH Winner Score Site Stanford Frosh L 3-7 H

ST. IGNATIUS Date Winner Score Site 1927 TIED T 6-6 H 1928 St. Ignatius L 0-19 H TONOPAH ARMY AIR FIELD Date Winner Score Site 1944 TAAF L 6-7 H Date 1922

TULARE HIGH Winner Score Site Fresno State W 12-0 A

UC SANTA BARBARA Date Winner Score Site 1926 Fresno State W 26-0 H 1928 Fresno State W 7-0 H 1938 Fresno State W 28-0 H 1939 Fresno State W 13-6 A 1940 Fresno State W 20-6 H 1941 Fresno State W 26-0 A 1946 Fresno State W 20-13 A 1947 TIED T 7-7 A 1948 Fresno State W 28-7 H 1949 UC Santa Barbara L 7-14 A 1950 UC Santa Barbara L 7-13 H 10/12/51 UC Santa Barbara L 22-23 H 10/24/53 Fresno State W 20-0 H 10/23/54 Fresno State W 26-20 A 10/4/58 UC Santa Barbara L 22-25 A 10/3/59 Fresno State W 28-12 H 9/30/60 Fresno State W 33-15 A 9/30/61 Fresno State W 22-14 H 9/28/62 Fresno State W 37-0 A 9/19/70 Fresno State W 25-10 A

Date 1934 1937

USC JVs Winner Score Site Fresno State W 7-0 H TIED T 13-13 H

Date 1932 1933 10/2/65

WASHBURN Winner Score Site Washburn L 0-26 H Fresno State W 7-0 H Fresno State W 54-0 H

Date 1932

WEST COAST ARMY Winner Score Site West Coast Army L 6-7 H

Date 1940 1941

WEST TEXAS STATE Winner Score Site Fresno State W 15-6 H W. Texas State L 6-7 A

WHITTIER Date Winner Score Site 1931 Fresno State W 13-12 H 1936 Fresno State W 18-0 H 1937 Fresno State W 24-0 A 1940 Fresno State W 13-7 H 1942 Fresno State W 51-0 H 11/10/51 Fresno State W 28-0 A 11/29/52 Fresno State W 21-14 H WHITWORTH Date Winner Score Site 9/22/62 Fresno State W 48-7 H WICHITA STATE Date Winner Score Site 10/13/73 Wichita State L 13-18 A 11/15/74 Fresno State W 24-12 H 11/8/75 Wichita State L 11-28 A 10/9/76 Wichita State L 24-30 A 11/21/85 Fresno State W 47-6 H Date 1936 1937 10/1/55 9/29/56

WILLAMETTE Winner Score Site TIED T 14-14 H Fresno State W 7-0 A Fresno State W 33-7 H Fresno State W 27-12 A

RECORDS & HISTORY

Date 1946 1947

1941 Fresno State 1942 Fresno State 1944 Pacific 1945 Fresno State 1945 Fresno State 1946 Fresno State 1947 Pacific 1948 Pacific 1949 Pacific 1950 Pacific 11/15/52 Pacific 11/21/53 TIED 10/13/56 Pacific 9/28/57 Pacific 11/27/58 Pacific 11/7/59 Pacific 11/26/60 Fresno State 10/7/61 Fresno State 11/17/62 Fresno State 10/12/63 Fresno State 11/14/64 Fresno State 11/13/65 Fresno State 11/12/66 Fresno State 11/11/67 Pacific 11/23/68 Fresno State 10/4/69 Pacific 10/3/70 Fresno State 11/20/71 Pacific 10/7/72 Pacific 11/10/73 Pacific 10/19/74 Fresno State 10/25/75 Pacific 10/30/76 Fresno State 10/15/77 Fresno State 10/14/78 Pacific 10/27/79 Fresno State 10/18/80 Fresno State 10/24/81 Fresno State 10/9/82 Fresno State 9/24/83 Fresno State 11/10/84 Pacific 11/9/85 Fresno State 10/18/86 Fresno State 10/24/87 Pacific 11/5/88 Fresno State 9/16/89 Fresno State 11/10/90 Fresno State 11/9/91 Fresno State 9/5/92 Fresno State 9/16/95 Fresno State

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HISTORY

Abajian, Danny...................................... 1981 Adamo, David............................. 2001-02-03 Adams, Dave....................................1982-83 Adams, Kevin............................. 1995-96-98 Adams, Mark....................................1989-90 Adams, Nate.....................................2006-07 Adams, Stan.....................................1983-84 Adrian, Bill............................................. 1978 Adolph, Norman.................................... 1952 Ajirotuto, Seyi............................. 2007-08-09 Akers, Matt.................................. 2009, 2011 Akins, Don............................................. 1956 Alaman, Al........................................1974-75 Albers, Ron............................................ 1990 Alexander, Andre..............................1987-88 Alexander, Halbert............................1937-38 Alfaro, Joe............................................. 1956 Allain, Ivan.................................. 1946-47-49 Allen, Bud.............................................. 1930 Allen, Curtis......................................1983-84 Allen, Derrick....................................1985-86 Allen, Fritz.............................................. 1968 Allen, Jerry............................................. 1962 Allison, James............................ 1990-91-92 Alloway, Stanley.................................... 1961 Alston, Sean.......................................... 2011 Amerine, Gary........................................ 1970 Amendola, Kenny.............................2005-06 Anabo, Jon.......................................1961-62 Anderson, Craig.................................... 1956 Anderson, Greg................................1973-74 Anderson, Myron..............................1930-31 Andrews, Charles.............................1926-27 Andrews, Dwayne.................. 2003-04-05-06 Andrews, Richard.................................. 1990 Aney, Tom................................... 1947-48-49 Ansolabehere, Mike..........................1963-64 Anton, Ron.......................................1975-76 Antonetti, Roy...................................1946-47 Apley, G................................................. 1927 Applegate, Dave...............................1976-77 Apprite, Michael...............................1974-75 Arellanes, Jim...................................1995-96 Aremagni, Don....................................... 1956 Argentino, Mike................................1934-35 Armstrong, Marcellus.......................1999-00 Arnold, Jahine..................................1994-95 Arnold, Jeff................................. 1991-92-93 Arsinian, Robert..................................... 1945 Ashford, Greg........................................ 1979 Ashford, Kevin....................................... 1983 Ashmore, Terry.................................1973-74

146

ANDRE ALEXANDER 1987-88

Asparuhov, Asen........................ 2000-01-02 Aston, Bill................................... 1964-65-66 Ataide, Craig.....................................1986-87 Atkisson, Maris...................................... 1933 Auakian, Harold..................................... 1956 Augien, Doug......................................... 1973 Austin, Gene.....................................1971-72 Auxier, Dave......................................1968-69 Avila, Albert......................................1979-80 Avon, Kenny............................... 2006-07-08 Ayers, Ted.............................................. 1947 Azhderian, Henry................................... 1933 Azzaro, Bob........................................... 1956

B........................................

Bachelor, Ernie.................................1950-51 Bacolini, Joe.......................................... 1931 Bacon, Darrell............................. 1976-77-78 Bagans, John........................................ 1946 Bahr, Paul.............................................. 1929 Bailey, Jeff............................................. 1992 Bailey, Ramsey...................................... 1987 Bains, Jas................................... 2002-03-04 Baker, Eddie.......................................... 1979 Baker, Glenn.......................................... 1933 Baker, Stephen.................................1985-86 Banks, Cornell............................ 2008-09-10 Banks, Devon............................. 1999-00-01 Ball, Jimmy.......................................1974-75 Bancroft................................................. 1923 Banister, Ross..................................1966-67 Banks, Cornell....................................... 2007 Barnes, Joe................................ 1995-96-97 Barnes, Riley......................................... 2011 Barrett, Jan............................................ 1962 Baranek, Randy..................................... 1993 Barsotti, Mark........................ 1988-89-90-91 Bartels, Fred.......................................... 1952 Bartlewski, Rich..................... 1986-87-88-89 Bass, Dave.......................................1986-87 Bass, Greg............................................. 1973 Bates, Nick.......................................2007-08 Battle, Frank.....................................1998-99 Battle, Larry........................................... 1972 Baumstark, Peter................................... 1979 Bautista, Juan............................. 2000-01-02 Baxter, Robert....................... 1922-23-24-25 Bayne, Chris.....................................1995-96 Beasley, Winston................................... 1952 Beatty, Hal........................................1930-31 Bebout, Mark......................................... 1983 Becker, Don........................................... 1952 Becker, Joe.......................................1979-80 Beckstrom, Clark................................... 1963 Begin, Dirk............................................. 1968 Behrens, John..................................1971-72 Belatti, John.....................................1978-79 Bell, Brad............................... 1990-91-92-93 Bell, Calvin.................................. 1951-52-53 Bell, Lorne........................................2007-10 Belatti, John.....................................1978-79 Belli, Barry............................. 1984-85-86-87 Benck, Ernie.....................................1936-37 Bengtson, Gary..................................... 1960 Bennett, Bruce...................................... 1969 Bennett, Jamie...................................... 1992 Berg, Donald....................................1967-68 Berg, Mike.................................. 1989-90-91 Bernardi, Joe......................... 2007-08-09-10 Berrian, Bernard.................... 1999-00-01-03 Bertrucci, Jim...................................1973-74 Berukoff, Esey..................................1936-37 Bessey, Corliss.................................1933-34 Bessey, Roscoe..................... 1927-28-29-30 Best, F.................................................... 1922 Bettencourt, Darrell..........................1975-76 Bezzarides, Ted..................................... 1933 Bhatti, Ahmad...................................1998-00 Biama, Dick......................................1948-49 Bidwell, Oliver........................................ 1945 Bigelow, Alphonso...................... 1992-93-95 Biggs, Rick.......................................1974-75 Binger, Bob............................................ 1952 Billington, Greg.................................1966-68 Bishop, Ervin......................................... 1961 Bishop, Randi........................................ 1996 Bistrick, Fred....................................1952-55 Bizzle, Keith......................................1976-77

Black, Dick............................................ 1950 Blacksill, John..................................1981-82 Blackwell, Jeromy............................1998-99 Blakeney, James..............................1990-91 Bledsoe............................................1922-23 Bogdanovich, Mark............................... 1967 Bohan, Jack.......................................... 1962 Bolin, Pat............................................... 1957 Bolt, Don............................... 1941-42-44-45 Booker, Donyell................................2003-04 Boone, Bob........................................... 1973 Borba, Larry........................................... 1975 Bordagary, Stanley................................ 1930 Boreham, Gary.................................1969-70 Borg, Kenny..................................... 2007, 09 Borjas, Phil.......................................1971-72 Borjas, Vince....................................1976-77 Boschma, Ryan..................................... 2011 Botello, Emilio...................................1993-94 Bowens, Craig..................................1987-88 Boyd, Daniel.......................... 1938-39-40-45 Boyd, Dave............................................ 1937 Boyer, Darren....................................1989-91 Boyes, Vance....................................1974-75 Braddon, Roger..................................... 1972 Bradford, Larry...................................... 1967 Bragg, Ron............................................ 1973 Bramer, Keeley.................................1979-80 Branstetter, Vince.................. 1996-97-98-99 Brandon, Leonard.................................. 1946 Brandstater, Tom .................. 2005-06-07-08 Brase, Dave......................................1929-30 Brave, Ed..........................................1948-50 Bratcher, Jim......................................... 1970 Braxton, Emery.................................1990-91 Brewer, DeWayne.................................. 1952 Brigham, Bob............................. 1948-49-50 Brion, Jeremy...................................1993-94 Brisco, Marlon....................... 2003-04-05-06 Brittingham, Rex.................................... 1930 Brockett, Don........................................ 1961 Bronzan, Nick............................. 1937-38-39 Brooks, Bobby....................... 1995-96-97-98 Brooks, Jermaine.................................. 1998 Brooks, Kelly......................................... 1986 Brooks, Nick.....................................1973-74 Brown, Bill............................................. 1942 Brown, Charles...................................... 1951 Brown, Claude....................................... 1987 Brown, Dick........................................... 1929 Brown, Doug......................................... 1961 Brown, Eric............................................ 2007 Brown, John.......................................... 1994 Brown, Morris...................................1981-82 Brown, Nick......................................1952-57 Brown, Pat............................................. 1957 Brown, Paul........................................... 1941 Brown, Quaadir................................2005-07 Brown, Reggie..................................1994-95 Brown, Terence...................... 1997-98-99-00 Brown, Tony................................ 1989-90-91 Brown, Travis.............................. 2009-10-11 Brown, William....................................... 1987 Brownell, Lee......................................... 1975 Brumbough, George.............................. 1924 Brumfield, Sylvester.............................. 1990 Brummett, Trent................................1989-90 Bruner, Maury........................................ 1942 Bryant, Elton.......................................... 1954 Buckert, Jay.......................................... 1961 Buechele, Eric....................... 1986-87-88-89 Buenate, Ron......................................... 1959 Buffuna, Bill........................................... 1954 Buford, Emmett..................................... 1921 Burch, Donnell..................................1999-00 Burdick, Don.......................................... 1969 Burgess, Robert......................... 1939-40-41 Burk, Chris........................................1992-93 Burley, Nick........................... 1999-00-01-02 Burnett, Bryan....................................... 1989 Burnett, Victor..................................1984-85 Burrow, Dave......................................... 1979 Burse, Isaiah.....................................2010-11 Burton, J.B............................ 1923-25-26-27 Burton, James............................ 1991-92-93 Bustamante, Eddie...........................1984-86 Butler, Nate............................................ 1971 Byrd, Walter................................ 1934-35-36

FRESNO

FOOTB

C........................................

Cain, Dick.............................................. 1959 Cairns, Walter........................................ 1924 Caldwell, Dallas..................................... 1970 Callahan, Pat....................................1968-69 Camp, Reynard.......................... 2006-07-09 Campbell, Byron.................................... 1983 Carbajal, Kirby....................................... 1987 Carden, Brian...................................1984-85 Cardwell, Don...................................1936-37 Carlisle, Robert...................................... 1944 Caropresso, Gary.............................1969-70 Carpenter, L................................ 1922-23-25 Carr, David............................. 1997-98-00-01 Carr, Derek............................................. 2011 Carr, Gary.........................................1978-79 Carr, Malcolm........................................ 1944 Carr, Michael......................... 1994-95-96-97 Carter, Beau................................ 1961-62-63 Carter, Chris.......................... 2007-08-09-10 Carter, Ed..........................................1981-82 Carter, Ken........................................1951-52 Carter, Suge................................ 1942-46-47 Carter, Terry......................................1981-82 Casanova, Alec..................................... 1972 Casas, Danny........................................ 1978 Casida, Ken........................................... 1968 Casner, Steve........................ 1992-93-94-95 Castillo, Greg......................................... 1977 Castro, Frank......................................... 1957 Cathcart, Scott...................................... 1974 Catlin, Ed............................................... 1964 Cato, Matt............................................. 1988 Cato, Paul.............................................. 1951 Caywood, Vernon....................... 1941-46-47 Chamberlain, Brett................................ 1979 Chamilbide, Charlie............................... 1988 Chance, Sam......................................... 1982 Chapman, Ken....................................... 1988 Charlson, Chetty.................................... 1934 Charters, Clifton...............................1923-24 Cheatham, Ryan.................................... 1997 Chiaramonte, Giachino.......... 1997-98-99-00 Chiconine, Larry......................... 1968-69-70 Childers, Ben......................................... 1971 Christensen, Jordan.............. 2003-04-05-06 Christian, Jamie................................1991-92 Chisom, Todd........................................ 2007 Chudy, Jeff............................................ 1982 Chuhlantseff, Mike...................... 1984-85-86 Chism, T................................................. 1926 Cicuto, John.....................................1965-66 Claiborne, Adrian..............................1993-94 Clancy, William...................... 1944-46-47-48 Clark, Al................................................. 1979 Clark, Don.............................................. 1948 Clark, John.......................................1976-77 Clark, Pat............................................... 1961 Clausen, H........................................1926-27 Claybaugh, Paul...............................1947-48 Cleland, Dick......................................... 1951 Clutts, Tyler............................ 2004-05-06-07 Cobb, Bob............................................. 1950 Cohagan, Gary.................................1965-66 Cohn, Michael....................................... 1993 Colbert, Leroy............................. 1994-95-96 Colburn, Ryan..................................2009-10 Colchico, Dominic................................. 1980 Coldiron, Josh..................................1992-93 Coleman, Carnell................................... 1972 Coleman, Larnell................................... 1972 Coleman, Robert................................... 1945 Coles, Lewis.....................................1933-35 Collier, Anthony..................................... 1985 Collin, Pat.........................................1979-80 Collins, Dean....................................1986-87 Collins, Rip............................................ 1952 Collins, Ron........................... 1990-91-92-93 Comfort, Joel......................................... 1999 Conrad, Chris........................ 1994-95-96-97 Conrow, Dan............................... 1939-40-41 Conti, Don............................................. 1970 Cook, Larry................................. 1992-93-94 Cook, Terry.......................................1988-89 Cooks, Adrian ............................ 1987-88-89 Cooney, Terry....................................1968-69 Cooper, Leslie............................. 2009-10-11

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O STATE

BALL

Cooper, Taylor..................................1989-90 Cordle, Steve....................................1980-81 Corda, Hank............................... 1967-68-69 Corippo, Jon.....................................1985-86 Cornett, Don.......................................... 1958 Cortez, Neftali...................................1974-75 Costa, Bill.............................................. 1989 Costa, LeRoy....................................1973-74 Costello, Rocco..................................... 1983 Cotten, Glen.....................................1974-75 Cowles, Ted......................................1968-69 Cox, Ron.................................... 1987-88-89 Craig, Columbus................................... 1956 Cramner, Elmer.................................1934-35 Craver, Aaron....................................1989-90 Crawford, Bill....................................1971-72 Crawley, Jason...................................... 2007 Crombie, Steve.................................1992-93 Cropsy................................................... 1922 Cross, Jim............................................. 1933 Cross, Ron............................................. 1984 Crump, Dwayne.......................... 1970-71-72 Crump, Tony.......................................... 1978 Culver, Tyrone........................ 2002-03-04-05 Cummings, Elmer.............................1970-71 Cummings, James................................. 2002 Cundan, Fred......................................... 1952 Cunningham, Devan.............. 2007-08-09-10 Cusator, Mark...................................1977-78

D........................................

2013

DEMETRIUS EDWARDS 1992-94 Dructor, Joe......................................1978-79 Duarte, Scott......................................... 1986 DuBois, Robbie..................................... 2004 Dudley, Don........................................... 1955 Dueker, Lance............................. 1989-90-91 Duffy, Kyle............................................. 2007 Dugan, Chris.....................................1985-86 Dunbar, Darrell....................................... 1962 Duncan, Don.......................................... 1951 Dungan, J.........................................1922-23 Dunn, David......................................1993-94 Dunn, Davon.......................................... 2011 Dunn, Desia................................ 2008-09-10 Dunn, Robert....................................1967-68 Duran, Pete.......................................1980-81

E........................................

Eckert, Herman...................................... 1935 Ede, Chad.........................................1998-99 Edmonson, Dale.................................... 1948 Edwards, Curtis..................................... 1999 Edwards, Demetrius................... 1992-93-94 Edwards, Devonne...........................1989-90 Edwards, Kawika................................... 2003 Edwards, Kendall....................... 2000-01-03 Egelhofer, Ray............................ 1938-39-40 Elsenbraun, LeRoy................................ 1952 Elder, Len............................................... 1958 Eliceche, Joe......................................... 1935 Elipulos, Pete....................................1966-67 Ellard, Henry.......................... 1979-80-81-82 Ellis, A.J................................................. 2010 Emerzian, Larry...................................... 1952 Emerzian, T............................................ 1923 Engstrom, Del...................................1975-76 Enloe, Ralph.......................................... 1921 Enlow, Bob............................................ 1952 Erdman, Jack...................................1968-69 Escola, Al............................................... 1944 Espinoza, Bob....................................... 1964 Etheridge, Bill........................................ 1951 Evans, Rashad............................ 2008-10-11 Evans, Sonny....................................1992-93 Evans, Tony........................................... 1989 Everette, Jerry..................................1979-80 Ewers, S................................................ 1921 Ewing, Dave......................................1988-89

F.........................................

Fairman, Jaron....................... 2003-04-05-06 Faller, Carl.........................................1949-50 Fanucchi, Ledio.......................... 1951-52-53 Farmer, Charles..................................... 1954 Faria, Joe............................................... 1921 Faris, Jan..........................................1962-63 Farotte, Greg......................................... 1978 Farris, Don............................................. 1952

Faunt LeRoy, Lynn............................1979-80 Feichtmeir, Ted........................... 1929-30-31 Fellows, Jack....................................1942-46 Ferguson, Dave..................................... 1987 Ferguson, Joe............................. 1990-91-92 Fernandez, Joe...................... 2003-04-05-06 Feuerbach, Mark..............................1976-77 Fields, Randall....................................... 2002 Fifita, Ofa............................................... 2011 Figueroa, Fred..................................1966-67 Filice, Jerry.......................................1975-76 Filkins, Walt......................................1974-75 Finche, Gary.....................................1967-68 Finley, Bernard............................ 1995-96-97 Finley, I.................................................. 1930 Fink, Dennis........................................... 1975 Finnerty, Sean............................. 2002-03-04 Fisch, George............................. 1951-52-53 Fischel, Brad......................................... 1968 Fischer, Gordon................................1937-38 Fischer, Jack.....................................1970-71 Fisher, Anthony...................................... 1986 Fisher, Matt.......................................1999-00 Fister, Larry.......................................1976-77 Flannagan, Tom................................1969-70 Fletcher, Lafayette................................. 1983 Flores, Mike......................................1967-68 Focke, Ben.......................................1997-98 Focke, John........................................... 1967 Foell, Judd............................. 1988-89-90-91 Foersch, Ken......................... 1995-96-97-98 Fogelstrom, Larry.................................. 1963 Folland, Brian...................................1986-87 Fontenot, Therrian................. 2001-02-03-04 Ford, DeMarco.................................1995-96 Ford, Gene............................................. 1934 Forrest, Mike.............................. 1981-82-83 Fortenberry, Bill................................1965-66 Fortier, Warren....................... 1994-95-96-97 Foster, Arthur......................................... 1921 Foster, Forest....................................1923-24 Fountain, Garnett.............................1987-88 Foust, Mike.......................................1988-89 Fox, Eric...........................................1981-82 Fox, Vernon........................... 1998-99-00-01 Francis, Karl.......................................... 1970 Franke, Ervin.......................................... 1933 Franklin, Derrick...............................1982-83 Franklin, Jethro.................................1986-87 Franklin, Steve..................................1976-77 Frazier, Curtis...................................1965-66 Frazier, George...................................... 1993 Freeman, Mike..................................1966-67 Fritzer, Rip........................................1982-83 Friedman, Frank...............................1930-31 Frost, Bob.........................................1978-79 Frye, Bob..........................................1980-81 Frye, Dennis.....................................1975-76 Fryer, Beau............................................ 2011 Fugman, Jim.....................................1963-64 Fuller, James......................................... 1993 Furguson, F............................................ 1928 Futrell, Louie.......................................... 1942

George, Preston.................................... 1970 Gerardin, Joe......................................... 1958 Germany, Sam....................................... 1968 Gettridge, Bronson..................... 1995-96-97 Giannetta, Chris................................1994-95 Gibson, Ray......................................1974-75 Gigantino, Joe..................................1987-88 Gilbeau, Enis....................................1978-79 Gilbert, Deandre.................... 2000-01-02-03 Gilbert, Glen.....................................1949-50 Gilbert, Merritt....................................... 1947 Gillingham, Walt......................... 1934-35-36 Gilson, Ray.......................................1974-75 Gines, Ray........................................1974-75 Ginsburg, Erwin..................... 1925-26-27-28 Giorgi, Baldo.......................................... 1949 Girdlestone, Jim.................................... 1968 Givens, Dick.......................................... 1952 Gizzi, Larry............................................. 1977 Glass, Isaac......................................1972-73 Glazebrook, Bob..............................1976-77 Gleason, Kenneth.............................1935-36 Glenn, Walter......................... 1929-30-31-32 Glover, Clyde....................................1982-83 Goessling, Kevin.................... 2008-09-10-11 Goff, Cecil.........................................1973-74 Goishi, Frank......................................... 1954 Gonzales, Pedro......................... 1930-31-32 Gooch, Keith....................................1978-80 Goodman, Kyle...................... 2002-03-04-05 Goodwin, Alan....................... 2003-04-05-06 Goree, John........................................... 1921 Goslin, John.....................................1989-90 Goss, Bob............................................. 1944 Grady, Jeff............................. 1999-00-02-03 Graham, H............................................. 1924 Graves, Melvin....................................... 1980 Grayson, Tyrell............................ 1997-98-99 Grayson, David...................... 1983-84-85-86 Grazier, Greg....................................1980-81 Greco, Alec............................ 2000-01-02-03 Greely, John........................................... 1921 Green, Isaiah.............................. 2009-10-11 Green, Kenny......................................... 1978 Green, Woody...................................1994-95 Greenamyer, Jim................................... 1956 Greenly, Ken.....................................1974-75 Greenwood, Sylvester......................1965-66 Greer, Brian............................ 1985-86-87-88 Gregory, Gordon.................................... 1941 Gregory, Jack...................................1965-66 Gregory, Pat.......................................... 1959 Gribble, R.............................................. 1927 Griever, Bill............................ 1979-80-81-82 Griffen, Bill........................................1966-67 Griffin, Courtney.................... 1987-88-89-90 Griffin, Dick............................................ 1928 Griffin, Hal.........................................1949-50 Griggs, Andre...................................1994-95

G........................................

Gaines, Paris......................... 1998-99-00-01 Gale....................................................... 1923 Galloway, Rob....................................... 1952 Galloway, Rod....................................... 1955 Garabedian, Leo.................................... 1944 Garcia, Al..........................................1974-75 Garcia, David......................................... 1978 Garcia, Joe............................................ 1955 Garcia, Todd.......................... 2001-02-03-04 Gardenhire, Allen................................... 1988 Gardner, David....................................... 1964 Garner, Bob................................ 1954-55-56 Garnett, Wayne...................................... 1981 Garrett, Kirby......................................... 1967 Garver, Dirk............................................ 1942 Garzoni, Mike........................................ 1942 Gass, A.J.................................... 1993-96-97 Gates, Arlo........................................1981-82 Gates, Tony .......................................... 1993 Gatrell, Rob........................... 1996-97-98-99 Gautschi, Larry...................................... 1960 Gawley, Chris...................................1989-90 Gee, Daren............................................ 1971

CORY HALL 1995-98

HISTORY

Dack, Edgar......................................1938-39 Daigle, Anthony.......................... 1991-92-93 Dailey, Marc........................... 2000-01-02-03 Damron, Paul....................................1982-83 Daniels, Eugene..................................... 1944 Daniels, Melvin...................................... 1931 Darrow, Scott....................................1981-82 DaSilva, Luis.......................................... 1988 Davies, Temple...................................... 1942 Davis, Ben........................................1970-71 Davis, Jack............................................ 1955 Davis, Marque....................... 1999-01-02-03 Davis, Rodney..................................2002-03 Davis, Sharrod..................................2007-08 Davison, Tyeler...................................... 2011 Day, Keith.............................................. 1981 Day, Monte............................................ 1963 Dayton Keith.....................................1976-77 DeAmarel, Jim..................................1975-76 Dean, Victor........................................... 2011 Deck, Lawrence..................... 1997-98-99-00 DeChaine, Frank.................................... 1931 DeFabio, Michael................................... 1985 Demoto, George ........................ 1929-30-31 Denman, Chris....................... 2003-04-05-06 Dennen, Rodger.................................... 1934 Denning, Clarence............................2000-01 Dennis, Terrance.................................... 2011 Dennis, Terry.....................................1983-84 DeOrian, Malcolm....................... 1947-48-49 DerGarabedian, Ara............................... 1958 DeSalles, Frank..................................... 1959 Deshay, Andre..................................1993-94 Diez, Dick.............................................. 1944 Diles, Awan............................ 2002-03-04-05 Dilfer, Trent.................................. 1991-92-93 Dimalante, Jon.................................1983-84 Dion, Chet........................................1971-72 Disler, Mike.......................................1969-70 Dittenbir, Eddie.................................1934-35 Dock, J.B............................................... 2011 Dockstader, John....................... 1923-24-25 Dodson, Glenn...................................... 1922 Dokoozlian, Nick................................... 1944 Dollarhide, Anthony..........................1984-85 Dominici, Julius................................1951-55 Domoto, Lyman.......................... 1935-36-37 Donabedian, Paul.................................. 1944 Donati, Richie........................ 1993-94-95-96 Doris, Mark............................................ 1975 Doris, Marshall....................................... 1970 Douglas, Greg....................................... 1985 Downey, Brian..................................1989-90 Drath, Phil................................... 1933-34-35 Drati, Ben..........................................1992-93 Dreschuier, Walt................................1975-76 Driscoll, Donald..................................... 1954

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS........................................... Grigsby, Donn........................................ 1979 Grill, Alvine............................................. 1928 Grove, Barry.....................................1984-85 Guerra, Michael..................................... 1992 Guida, Louis.......................................... 1959 Guinn, Ken............................................. 1958 Guizar, Efrain....................................1997-98 Gusbeth, Jack..................................1983-84 Gustafson, Melvin.................................. 1945 Gustafson, Tom..................................... 1954

HISTORY

H........................................

148

Hackett, Tom......................................... 1956 Hall, Cory............................... 1995-96-97-98 Hall, Kenny............................................ 1991 Hallen, George....................................... 1941 Hamilton, Franky..............................1976-77 Hamler, Jamel............................. 2007-09-10 Hammond, Ralph.............................1927-28 Hamm, Herman.......................... 1950-51-52 Hamp, Herman...................................... 1963 Hampton, Terrance................................ 2000 Han, Dan................................ 1992-93-94-95 Handley, Dick...................................1942-46 Haney, Don............................................ 1952 Hanna, Jeff................................. 1997-98-99 Hanna, Wilson............................ 1946-47-48 Hanner, Delmar........................... 1947-48-49 Hannemann, Cliff................... 1982-83-85-86 Hanner, Sparky........................... 1951-52-54 Hansen, Gene...................................1969-70 Hanson, Craig........................................ 1976 Hanson, Robert.......................... 1937-38-39 Hanson, Rudy...................................1928-29 Harbour, Dave........................................ 1974 Hardaway, Tony................................1989-90 Harding, Anthony................... 2006-07-08-09 Harding, Russell......................... 1997-98-00 Harding, Will.....................................2007-08 Hardwick, Jesse.................... 1989-90-91-92 Harper, Alan........................... 1998-99-00-01 Harper, Ian ............................................ 1999 Harper, Josh.......................................... 2011 Harrell, Logan........................ 2008-09-10-11 Harrington, Grant........................ 1999-00-01 Harris, Atnaf......................................1998-99 Harris, Bryce.......................... 2008-09-10-11 Harris, Carl Ray................................1969-70 Harris, John......................................1976-77 Harris, Lee.................................. 1990-92-93 Harris, Michael........................... 2009-10-11 Harris, Mike................................ 1971-72-73 Harris, Moses........................ 2006-07-08-09 Harris, Robert...................................1967-68 Harris, Tony........................... 1985-86-87-88 Harrison, Gary....................................... 1955 Harrison, Nat....................................2010-11 Hartmann, Rus...................... 1990-91-92-93 Harvey, Bill............................................. 1956 Haryung, Josh............................ 1983-84-85 Hastings................................................ 1922 Hatfield, R.............................................. 1923 Hawkins, Del............................... 2001-02-03 Hawkins, Jay......................................... 1970 Hawkins, John..................................1935-36 Hayes, Gary........................... 1976-77-78-79 Haynes, Marvin...........................2006-07, 09 Haynes, Randy...................................... 1991 Haynes, Willard.................................1934-35 Hays, Jack........................................1979-80 Hedgpeth, Joel...................................... 1959 Heeb, Paul.................................. 1936-37-38 Heflin, Cliff............................................. 1935 Heier, Brad........................................1984-86 Helepiko, Richard....................... 2009-10-11 Helman, Ron.....................................1966-67 Heller, Jim.........................................1981-82 Henderson, Howard............................. 1942 Henderson, Uhlan.............................1924-25 Henderson, Wayne................................ 1936 Henderson, Wyatt.............................1977-78 Hendsch, Charles.................. 1923-24-25-26 Henry, Wil.............................................. 1990 Henson, Richard......................... 1982-83-84 Herbst, Ed............................................. 1928 Hernandez, Dave................................... 1948 Hernandez, Gary..............................1975-76 Herron, Nico............................... 2007-08-09

Hicklin, Damon ................................1996-97 Hightower, Rick..................................... 1972 Hill, Cortez........................................1975-76 Hill, Zak....................................... 2008-09-11 Hirayama, Fibber........................ 1949-50-51 Hoffart, Mark......................................... 1975 Hoffman, Bob............................. 1942-46-67 Hoffman, Stanley .................................. 1924 Holbrook, Granville..................... 1935-36-37 Holcombe, Larry.................................... 1955 Hollis, Jeff.............................................. 1973 Holloway, Blair..................................1987-88 Holly, Antoine............................. 1987-88-89 Holly, Terrence....................................... 1988 Holmes, Carl.....................................1997-98 Holmes, Ryan........................ 1994-95-96-97 Holstein, G.................................. 1926-27-28 Holworthy, Craig...............................1972-73 Hooks, Charles.................................1949-50 Hooks, Delmo...................................1978-79 Horn, Jim............................................... 1948 Horn, Stu..........................................1965-66 Hornbuckle, Desmond.....................1938-39 Horner, Jack.....................................1930-31 Horner, Jack.......................................... 1933 Houck, Jim............................................ 1957 Householder, Guy....................... 1933-34-35 Householder, Harold.............................. 1959 Houser, Gerald....................................... 1961 Houston, Fred...................................1951-54 Houston, Steve.................................1980-81 Howard, Willie....................................... 1988 Hoyt, Bob.............................................. 1948 Hubbard, Mike..................................1983-84 Hudson, Blake..................................1983-84 Hudson, Ronald.......................... 1967-68-69 Huesca, Augie....................................... 1954 Huff, Orlando....................................1999-00 Hughes, Carl.....................................1989-90 Hume, Bill.............................................. 1953 Humphrey, Owen................................... 1950 Humphreys.......................................1922-23 Humphreys, Vernon............... 1939-40-41-42 Hunkins, Byron...................................... 1921 Hunkins, Wilfred...............................1921-22 Hunt, Ervin.................................. 1967-68-69 Hunt, Matt........................................2009-11 Huntington, Roger............................1971-72 Huss, Jason........................................... 2005

I.........................................

Iacobellis, Sam...................... 1948-49-50-51 Ike, Ikenna............................. 2005-06-07-08 Imrie, Jay..........................................1976-77 Inderbleten, Bob...............................1967-68 Inglehart, John..................................1970-71 Iracheta, Jaime...................................... 1999 Ireland, Thomas................................1986-87 Irola, John................................... 1938-39-40 Itskoff, Ron.......................................1961-62 Ivory, Michael...................................1992-93 Iwasaki, Larry........................................ 1960

J.........................................

Jackson, Andrew........................ 2007-08-09 Jackson, Barry...................................... 1978 Jackson, Bryce...................................... 1997 Jackson, Keland...............................1990-91 Jackson, Marlyn.................... 1994-95-96-97 Jackson, Michael..............................1974-75 Jackson, Seandale................ 1996-97-98-99 Jackson, Tony...................................1976-77 Jacobsen, Charles............................1933-34 Jacobsen, David.................................... 1988 Jacoby, Steve........................................ 1971 Jacobs, Ben.......................... 2007-08-09-10 James, Darryl...................................1986-87 James, Jason........................ 1991-92-93-94 Jamison, Jermaine................ 2002-03-04-05 Jefferson, A.J........................ 2006-07-08-09 Jelmini, Rick.....................................1975-76 Jenkins, Damon.......................... 2005-06-07 Jenkins, Pete....................................1989-91 Jenkins, Ron.....................................1986-87 Jennings, Adam.................... 2002-03-04-05 Jensen, C.............................................. 1929 Jensen, Marcel...................................... 2011 Jensen, Neil........................................... 1944 Jensen, Paulmer...............................1934-35

Jensen, Walt.....................................1968-69 Jimmerson, Joe................................1982-83 Jergensen, G......................................... 1929 Johnson, A.J.....................................2010-11 Johnson, Arthur................................1933-36 Johnson, Bob...................................1965-66 Johnson, Craig.................................1975-76 Johnson, Dan...................................1973-75 Johnson, David........................... 1978-79-80 Johnson, Jeff....................................1974-75 Johnson, Jeremy..............................2000-01 Johnson, John....................................... 1934 Johnson, Johnny..............................1992-93 Johnson, Justin..................... 1997-98-99-01 Johnson, Kevin...................... 1979-80-81-82 Johnson, Melvin......................... 1989-90-91 Johnson, Steve.................................1979-80 Johnson, Tex......................................... 1950 Joiner, David.......................................... 1978 Jones, Andrew............................ 1995-96-97 Jones, Bobby........................................ 1956 Jones, Charlie........................ 1992-93-94-95 Jones, Craig.....................................1987-88 Jones, Dave......................................1968-69 Jones, Dean.....................................1976-77 Jones, Everard..................................1936-37 Jones, Frank.....................................1990-91 Jones, Howard.................................1982-83 Jones, Jamal......................... 2001-02-03-04 Jones, Kevin.....................................1981-82 Jones, L.J.........................................2010-11 Jones, Lance......................................... 1954 Jones, Myron....................................1988-89 Jones, Terrance..................................... 1997 Jones, Tommy..................................1992-93 Jordan, Kevin............................. 1997-99-00 Jordan, Ronald...................................... 1938 Jorde, Jake............................ 2005-06-07-08 Jorgensen, Ernie......................... 1934-35-36 Jury, Jerry.............................................. 1947

K........................................

Kaaekuahiwi, Kepa...........................1980-82 Kaiser, Ed................................... 1962-63-64 Kaiser, Gary......................................1979-80 Karraker, Russell......................... 1980-81-82 Kaufman, Marty..................... 1930-31-32-33 Kazanjian, John.......................... 1921-22-23 Kazarian, Bryan................................1985-86 Keith, Doyle................................ 1962-63-64 Kelley, Jack................................. 1942-45-46 Kellner, Sam............................... 1933-34-35 Kelly, Roark.......................................1984-85 Kendick, Bill........................................... 1961 Keran, Dennis........................................ 1971 Kerby, Frank.....................................1966-67 Kerchoff, Alan........................................ 1956 Keyan, Charles...................................... 1947 Keyes, Everett....................................... 1930 Keyes, R...........................................1922-23 Kezirian, Bob......................................... 1941 Kezerian, Robin..................................... 2005 Kierstine, Gordon.................................. 1944 Kimbrough, Jaime................. 1995-96-97-98 King, Don..........................................1950-51 Kinter, Isaac........................... 2006-07-08-09 Kish, George.......................................... 1941 Kliewer, A.................................... 1925-26-27 Knight, Jack........................................... 1962 Knocke, Bill........................................... 1963 Knox, Kyle............................. 2008-09-10-11 Knox, Milton.......................................... 2011 Kobdish, Josh..................................1997-98 Koenig, Todd......................... 1993-94-95-96 Komin, Michael.................................1973-74 Kraft, Rod.........................................1973-74 Kraft, Warren....................................1948-49 Kroll, Erick............................. 1990-91-92-93 Kross, James......................................... 1963 Krum, Bill............................................... 1935 Krzywicki, Ed......................................... 1976 Kuhn, Jim.............................................. 1959 Kurti, Willard............................... 1925-26-27

L.........................................

Lacey, Chris........................................... 1992 Laffitte, Dion.......................................... 1994 Laffitte, Terry.....................................1984-85 Lagana, Tony....................................1976-77

FRESNO

FOOTB

Laisne, Eugene...................................... 1954 Lambert, Ted....................................1970-71 Lamour, Jean.............................. 1941-42-46 Lane, Ahijah................................ 2004-05-06 Lane, Calvin......................................1974-75 Lango, Pete........................................... 1958 Langhaim, Ray..................................1987-88 Lanham, Steve...................................... 1984 Laramie, Darryl...................................... 1983 Larsen, Bill............................................. 1958 Larson, Roy........................................... 1921 Lasho, Brian.....................................1989-90 Latimer, Marshall........................ 1933-34-36 Lauglin, Bill............................................ 1962 Laughlin, Ray....................................1987-88 Lawless, Albert........................... 1937-38-39 Lawson, Brett........................................ 1980 Lawton, Ed............................................ 1941 Leach, Aaron......................... 1988-89-90-91 Leavitt, Gordon.................................1950-51 Ledger, Ryan....................................2003-04 Lee, Bobby............................................ 1963 Lee, Chris.........................................1996-97 Lee, Steve.........................................1990-91 Leest, Lloyd........................................... 1939 Leimbach, Ron.................................1966-67 Lemon, Jerry.............................. 1996-97-98 Leonard, Chris..................................1985-86 Leonard, Louis....................... 2003-04-05-06 Lepori, Bobby............................. 2005-06-07 Lerma, Dave.....................................1984-85 LeRoeuf, Steve...................................... 1973 Levi, Josh................................... 1999-00-01 Lewis, Chris......................................2009-10 Lewis, Derman....................................... 1958 Lewis, Donavon..................................... 2011 Lewis, Fred.......................................1963-64 Lewis, James....................................1982-84 Lewis, Joe............................. 1929-30-31-32 Lewis, Tim........................................1988-89 Limbrick, Anthony................. 1997-98-99-01 Limbrick, Tony....................................... 1972 Lindsay, Matt....................................2009-10 Line, Bob............................................... 1954 Lingenfelter, Craig................................. 1998 Lingua, Mike.....................................2003-04 Lishok, Ed.........................................1977-78 Lisle, Chappy.............................. 1951-52-53 Little, Joey........................................1983-84 Lockhart, Thabiti......................... 1998-99-00 Lockwood, Jerry......................... 1982-83-84 Loftin, Carlye.............................. 1924-25-27 Lofton, Jim............................................ 1954 Long, James............................... 1962-63-64 Long, Ken.........................................1965-66 Loop, Steve......................................1988-89 Losch, A................................................ 1923 Love, Chris................................. 1994-95-96 Lovely, Ken.......................................1979-80 Loverin, Bud.....................................1948-49 Lovering, Greg..................................1984-85 Lowe, LeRoy.......................................... 1951 Lowe, Rich........................................1965-66 Lozito, Jeff............................................. 1984 Lubinksky, Drew.................... 2005-06-07-08 Lueder, Carl........................................... 1946 Luginbill, Jeremy..............................1997-98 Luis, Larry.............................................. 1972 Lujan, Fil...........................................1988-89 Luna, Ray.........................................1973-74 Lynch, J............................................1922-23 Lynds, Greg........................................... 1982 Lyssand, Johan..................... 1994-95-96-97

M.......................................

MacQuiddy, Everett............................... 1931 Machado, Patrick.............................1997-98 Machado, Ryan................................2006-07 Mack, Carlos......................................... 1998 Madden, Lloyd........................... 1967-68-69 Mahanke, Eric........................................ 1998 Mahdi, Saleem..................................1998-99 Mahoney, Derek..................... 1990-91-92-93 Major, Louie......................................1994-95 Malavasi, Bryce..................... 1982-83-84-85 Malcolm, Brian...................... 1992-93-94-95 Malone, Robert........................... 2007-08-09 Maloney, Earl....................................1934-35

2012


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BALL

DEE MEZA 2000-03

2013

McGill, Bryce......................... 2000-01-02-03 McIntyre, Garrett................... 2002-03-04-05 McKersie, Gerald................................... 1931 McKersie, H........................................... 1924 McKinley, Ryan........................... 2005-06-07 McKinney, Jessie................................... 1980 McKnight, Matt.................................1981-82 McLean, Ben......................................... 1984 McNair, Glen.....................................1978-80 McNair, Howard.......................... 1981-82-83 McNeil................................................... 1922 McNeil, Leonard.................................... 1967 McNaughton, Mark...........................1978-79 McWilliams, Wes................................... 1959 Mdivani, Mike........................................ 1966 Meadows, Garney................................. 1970 Means, Kelvin............................. 1989-90-91 Mechem, Mac........................................ 1960 Medlock, Phil....................................1982-84 Meese, Bill............................................. 1950 Mehas, Peter......................................... 1961 Mejias, Bob........................................... 1970 Mejico, Sal............................. 1991-92-93-94 Melton, Ron......................................1963-64 Mendes, Mike........................................ 1972 Mendonca, Chris................................... 1983 Mendoza, Mike...................................... 1975 Meras, Darius............................. 1988-89-90 Merritt, John......................................... 1933 Messer, Dale............................... 1958-59-60 Messick, Adam...................................... 2005 Mestjian, Harry.................................1971-72 Meyers, Ira........................................1939-40 Meza, Dee............................. 2000-01-02-03 Micenheimer, Malique........................... 2011 Michael, Rodney.................... 1999-00-01-02 Micheli, Keith......................................... 1978 Mickelson, Karl...................................... 2011 Mickelwait, Dale.................................... 1940 Miller, Harry........................................... 1964 Miller, Larry.......................................1971-73 Miller, Lonyae........................ 2006-07-08-09 Mills, Frank............................ 1990-91-92-93 Mills, Kenneth...................................1944-45 Mince, Michael...................................... 1978 Minnatee, Greg...................................... 1996 Minor, Curtis.....................................1976-77 Mitchell, Dennis................................1983-84 Mitchell, Elward.......................... 1924-26-27 Mitchell, Emory...................................... 1946 Mitchell, Jim.....................................1973-74 Mitchell, Millard..................... 1945-46-47-49 Mitchell, William......................... 1937-38-39 Modes, Mark......................................... 1976 Modre, Scott.......................................... 1978 Moffitt, Mike.......................................... 1985 Molale, Brandon...............................1993-94 Molich, James............................ 1940-41-42 Monga, Jon........................... 2005-06-07-08 Mongelli, Sam........................................ 1944 Montgomery, Bill........................ 1947-48-49 Motta, Nikko.......................................... 2010 Moody, Darrell....................................... 1957 Moore, Marlon....................... 2006-07-08-09 Moore, Ralph......................................... 1928 Mooshagian, Steve...........................1980-81 Moran, Charles...................... 1944-45-47-48 Moran, Chuck........................................ 1949 Morgan, Rick....................................1988-89 Morgan, Wes......................................... 1969 Morris, Brian............................... 2001-03-04 Morris, Grover....................................... 1962 Morris, Rex............................................ 1934 Morris, Rollin....................................1937-38 Morrissette, Ron.................................... 1993 Morse, John............................... 1948-49-50 Moses, Akka-Ar.......................... 1996-98-99 Mosher, Clinton ...............................1925-28 Mosier, Fred........................................... 1954 Mosley, Anthony...............................1985-86 Mossman, Gary..................................... 1960 Moulton, Denny................................1966-67 Moye, Doc............................. 1995-96-97-98 Mueller, Scott........................ 1993-94-95-96 Muhammad, Mustafah J..................1995-96 Mulkey, Jack............................... 1938-39-40 Mullins, John......................................... 1962 Munson, Lee............................... 1969-70-71

Murasky, Ken......................................... 1967 Murphy, Bill............................................ 1963 Murphy, Kevin........................ 1999-00-01-02 Murphy, William..................................... 1956 Murray, Morgan................................1972-74 Murray, Richard..................................... 1961 Murray, Shawn....................................... 1990 Muskic, Bill............................................ 1961 Musser, Scott........................................ 1988 Mustachio, Sal....................................... 1946 Myers, Bob............................................ 1950 Myers, Bud............................................ 1941 N.................................................................... Nagel, Richard....................................... 1958 Najarian, Elbert...................................... 1964 Napier, Walt........................................... 1955 Nation, Tom......................................1973-74 Neak, Dick............................................. 1958 Neal, Lorenzo............................. 1990-91-92 Neal, Lumumba..................................... 1995 Neeley, Terry.......................................... 1983 Negrete, Jeff.....................................1983-84 Neikirk, Daren...................................1944-45 Neilson, L............................................... 1921 Nelson, Allen......................................... 1930 Nelson, Don........................................... 1961 Nero, O’Shea.............................. 1994-95-96 Ness, Engvald..................................1930-31 Neville, Tom................................ 1982-83-84 Newborn, Darren........................ 2007-08-09 Newton, Ray............................... 1967-69-71 Nicely, Pete............................................ 1954 Nicholas, Alan...................................1996-99 Nichols, Byron..................................1985-86 Nicolopulos, Craig............................1980-81 Niehaus, Bob......................................... 1973 Nielson, Paul......................................... 1954 Nimmo, Gerald...................................... 1961 Niswander, Horace................ 1929-30-31-32 Nobles, Robert.................................1987-88 Nolte, Ernie............................................ 1966 Noroian, Harry....................................... 1973 Norton, James....................................... 1935 Nottoli, Jim.......................................1983-84 Novacek, Bump..................................... 1989 Nowell, Donald...................................... 1957 Nua, Barry........................................1980-81 Nunn, Anthony............................ 1984-85-86 Nunnery, Robert.................................... 1984

O........................................

Oberparleiter, Lance.........................1988-89 O’Brien, Fran....................................1981-82 O’Doherty, Mike................................1978-79

CHRIS PACHECO 1984-85

O’Doherty, Tim...................................... 1978 O’Leary, John...................................1977-78 O’Leary, John...................................1986-87 Okpalaugo, Tristan................................ 2011 Oliver, Earl............................. 1989-90-91-92 Oliver, Jerome...................................1994-95 Olivo, Bill..........................................1976-77 Ollis, Morell.......................................1995-96 Olsen, G................................................. 1925 Olson, Lyle............................................. 1958 Olson, Mark......................................1985-86 Omata, George...................................... 1961 Osborn, Tim................................ 1999-00-01 Osmundson, Gary................. 1993-94-95-96 Ovatt, Joe.............................................. 1951 Owens, Bob........................................... 1958 Owens, Damion..................... 2006-07-08-09 Owens, Levi......................................1963-64 Owens, T.J............................................. 1960

P........................................

Pace, Mike............................................. 1988 Pacheco, Chris.................................1984-85 Pacheco, Richard............................ 2005, 09 Padilla, Bob........................................... 1958 Padilla, Frank......................................... 2007 Paige, Stephone...............................1981-82 Paine, Kent.......................................1981-82 Pakola, Lee............................................ 1995 Palercio, Mike........................................ 1947 Palmer, George...................................... 1957 Palmo, Vincent.................................1947-49 Palumbo, Pat....................................1978-79 Parnagian, Grant..............................1996-97 Panish, Brian....................................1977-78 Panzram, Ken........................................ 1952 Papac, Louis.......................................... 1945 Papac, Nick........................................... 1960 Papazian, Ron..................................1993-94 Papendorf, Bill............................ 1951-52-56 Parker, Fred......................................1968-70 Parker, Ron............................................ 1973 Parkinson, Tod..................................1973-74 Pascoe, Bear......................... 2005-06-07-08 Pascoe, Vince........................ 2007-08-09-10 Pattee, Jack........................................... 1942 Patterson, Ray....................................... 1940 Patton, Mark.....................................1982-83 Paulstine, John...................................... 1925 Pearson, James................................1937-38 Pellandini, Billy...................................... 1979 Pelto, Bill..........................................1946-47 Peracchi, Jeff....................................1988-89 Pereira, John......................................... 1944 Perry, Malchijah..................................... 1996 Perry, Rocky.....................................1976-77 Peters, Chris.......................... 1989-90-92-93 Peters, Fred................................ 1950-51-52 Petersen, George.............................1984-85 Peterson, Mel........................................ 1946 Peterson, Simon...............................1976-77 Petrucci, Vince........................... 1976-77-78 Pett, Dave.........................................1935-36 Pflug, Paul........................................1985-86 Pharis, Howard........................... 1932-33-34 Piligian, Chris......................................... 2005 Phillips, Benny..................................1944-45 Phillips, Herbie.................................1970-71 Philpott, Dean........................ 1954-55-56-57 Pickens, Dwight................................1988-89 Pickford, Pat.....................................1970-71 Pierce, Billy............................................ 1979 Pierce, Billy Jack..............................1998-99 Pierce, Rex............................................ 1981 Pierson, Don.......................................... 1956 Pinegar, Paul.......................... 2002-03-04-05 Pittman, Mike........................ 1993-95-96-97 Pitts, Julius............................................ 1985 Pitts, Terry.........................................1964-66 Platt, Chuck......................................1975-76 Playle, Phil............................................. 1964 Plevney, Stephan................................... 2011 Plummer, Pat....................................1971-72 Plummer, Shawn........................ 2008-09-10 Plump, Dave.......................................... 1964 Pointer, Anton...................................1980-81 Polak, John............................................ 1973 Polk, Ken..........................................1977-78 Pollock, Brent...................................1987-89

HISTORY

Mancini, Mike............................. 1983-84-85 Mankins, Logan.......................... 2001-02-04 Mann, Eddie.......................................... 2003 Mann, Ralph.......................................... 1949 Manquero, Frank............................. 2007, 09 Marsh, Aaron....................................1996-97 Marsh, Dante.............................. 1998-99-00 Marshall, Richard........................ 2003-04-05 Martin, Bob............................................ 1969 Martin, Bob............................................ 1979 Martin, Darrel.............................. 1987-88-89 Martin, Eric.......................................1988-89 Martin, John.....................................1983-84 Martin, Pervi.....................................1970-72 Martin, Rick......................................1978-79 Martin, Tommy....................................... 1977 Martz, Mike............................................ 1972 Maselli, Mike.......................................... 1977 Masich, Nick.......................................... 1961 Masini, Micky....................................1942-46 Masini, Leonard..................................... 1941 Mason, Curtis........................................ 1976 Mason, Kevin....................................1984-85 Masse, Pierce........................................ 2007 Mathews, Ryan........................... 2007-08-09 Mathieson, Sim.................................1929-30 Mathis, Wendell................................2004-05 Mattox, Jack.....................................1957-60 Matulich, John..................................1937-40 Maxwell, Earl......................................... 1945 Mayhewe, Dick...................................... 1947 Mays, Vincent........................ 2003-04-05-06 McAfee.................................................. 1923 McCall, Tom......................................1967-68 McCauley, Marcus................. 2003-04-05-06 McClenaghan, Jerry.............................. 1966 McClurg, Frank...................... 1936-37-38-39 McClurg, Mike..................................1972-73 McClurg, Pat....................................1974-75 McConnell, C......................................... 1922 McConnell, Mike.................................... 1971 McCoy, Keith......................................... 1987 McCree, Sonny........................... 2008-09-10 McCrery, Dave..................................1981-82 McCulley, Ron....................................... 1955 McCutchen, Chuck..........................1987-88 McDermott, Jermaine.......................2000-01 McDonald, Devyn.............................2004-05 McDowell, Adam........................ 2005-06-08 McEntee, Chase.................... 2008-09-10-11 McFall, Wally......................................... 1954

...........................................ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

149


ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS........................................... Poole, Ernest.............................. 1938-39-40 Pope, Marquez...................... 1988-89-90-91 Popelar, Louis........................................ 1960 Popovich, Cole........................... 2005-06-07 Porter, Brian......................................1991-92 Porter, Neil........................................1976-78 Portesi, Paul.....................................1986-87 Posey, Tom.......................................1975-76 Potasi, Johnny....................................... 1999 Pouono, Manoa................................2003-04 Pratt, Antonio........................ 1994-95-96-97 Pratt, Mike............................................. 1959 Preisendorf, Darin.................................. 1993 Prentice, Burt......................................... 1990 Pritchett, Donavaughn......................2010-11 Probst, Jake.......................... 1997-98-00-01 Psetz, John............................................ 1978 Puahi, Radford....................................... 1985

Q........................................

Qualls, Orrin......................................1928-29

R........................................

HISTORY

Rachal, Latario...................................... 1994 Raco, Fred............................................. 1959 Rademann, Jim................................1987-88 Radka, Al.................................... 1937-38-39 Ragsdale, George.................................. 1960 Raine, Bill.................................... 1951-52-53 Rainey, Danny........................................ 1981 Ramsey, Greg........................ 1983-84-85-86 Ramos, Wilson........................... 2006-07-09 Raphael, Austin..................... 2008-09-10-11 Rancatore, Joe...................................... 1952 Rankin, Tex............................................ 1955 Rashad, Jamaal..................................... 2009 Ratcliffe, Bruce...................................... 1980 Ratliff, Troy............................................. 1959 Ratliffe, Charles..................................... 1959 Ratzlaff, Les......................................1950-51 Rausch, Joe......................................1978-79 Ray, Nathan........................... 2001-02-03-04 Redmond, Granville.................... 1977-78-80 Redwood, Eric..................................1982-83 Reed, Benson...................................1972-73 Reid, Duncan......................... 2001-02-03-04 Reid, Manson............................. 1934-35-36 Reinhardt, Walt...................................... 1954 Remington, Ron...............................1967-68 Reneau, Demorieux..........................2001-02 Renfro, Roy................................. 1939-40-41 Renna, J................................................ 1928 Rennie, Mike.....................................1976-77 Reyneveld, Willy.................................... 1983 Reynolds, Larry..................................... 1964 Rhead, Ray................................. 1950-51-52 Rice, F......................................... 1922-25-26 Rice, Jim...........................................1963-64 Rice, Keith............................................. 1968 Rice, Roy............................................... 1929 Richard, Kyle......................................... 2005

150

RAY SHERMAN 1971-72 Richardson, Jeff.................................... 1970 Ricketts, Mike....................................... 1957 Richter, Trevor........................................ 2011 Riggert, Glenn....................................... 1961 Riggins, Anthony................................... 2011 Riggins, Lester..................................1949-50 Riley, Marcus......................... 2004-05-06-07 Rinehart, Chris..................................1986-87 Rippentrop, Bob...............................1977-78 Rissetto, Ray....................................1974-75 Rivera, James...................................1986-87 Rivera, Matt........................... 2002-03-04-05 Rivers, Ron................................. 1991-92-93 Rix, Zack............................... 1989-90-91-92 Roberson, Brian.................... 1993-94-95-96 Roberts, Jason...................................... 2006 Roberts, Jeff.......................... 1995-96-97-98 Roberts, Mark........................ 2007-08-09-10 Roberts, Steve....................................... 1970 Robertson, Bill....................................... 1941 Robinson, Bill...................................1946-47 Robinson, Bryan...............................1995-96 Robinson, Dan............................ 1965-66-67 Robinson, Gerald.................................. 1988 Robinson, Lloyd.................................... 1972 Robinson, Price..................................... 1921 Robinson, Willy.................................1976-77 Robledo, Henry..................................... 1963 Rockwell, Chris...................... 1991-92-93-94 Rodriguez, Maurice..........................2000-01 Rodriquez, Steve................................... 1964 Rogers, Dan........................................... 1983 Rogers, Darryl........................................ 1956 Rogers, Tracy...................................1987-88 Rohrke, Richard..................................... 1960 Romero, Gabe............................ 1990-91-92 Rosellini, Reno..................................1935-37 Rosenfield, Taylor.................................. 1975 Rosette, Darrell...................................... 1988 Ross, Jeremiah........................... 1996-97-98 Ross, Michael............................. 1991-92-94 Roth, Blaine......................................1974-75 Rouch, Melvin............................. 1938-39-40 Rouse, Robbie............................ 2009-10-11 Rowe, Brian................................ 1990-91-92 Rudy, Norman........................................ 1944 Ruffin, Dwayne...................................... 2003 Ruggeroli, Nick...................... 1987-88-89-90 Ruhl, Jim................................................ 1955 Ruschhaupt, Bud................................... 1971 Russell, James...................... 1924-25-26-27 Russell, Todd....................................1983-84 Russo, Joe............................................. 1964 Ryan, Mike............................................. 1950 Ryan, Mike........................................1978-79 Ryan, Stan............................................. 1922 Ryerson, Rich........................................ 1958

S........................................ JOE SCHEY 1999-02

Saafir, Rasheed................................1998-99 Salazar, Ralph........................................ 1964 Salazar, Vince........................ 1982-83-84-85 Salinas, Daniel....................................... 2009 Sams, Tierre.......................... 1998-99-00-01

Samuel, James...................................... 1938 Sanchez, Manuel........................ 2003-04-05 Sanders, Claude.................... 2001-02-03-04 Sanders, James.......................... 2002-03-04 Sandifer, Gary........................................ 1963 Sandifer, Johnnie........................ 1980-81-82 Sargeant, Shatony................. 1993-94-95-96 Sarkissian, Marty................................... 1978 Satele, Fai................................... 2002-03-04 Satoa, Frank.......................................... 1996 Saunders, Jalen................................2010-11 Savage, Jared...................................1995-96 Savage, Mike......................... 1983-84-85-86 Saylor, Ken............................................ 1951 Sbragia, Rod......................................... 1985 Scambray, Mark.................... 1982-83-84-85 Scambray, Scott...............................1979-80 Scanlan, Malama................................... 1996 Schaeffer, Steve.................................... 1977 Scheidt, Gerald.................................1963-64 Schey, Joe............................. 1999-00-01-02 Schlect, Albert....................................... 1940 Schleimbaum, Walt.................... 1933-34-35 Schodde, Allen........................... 1989-90-91 Schroeder, Rex.................................1942-46 Schultz, Emil.....................................1934-35 Schwabenland, Jim..........................1949-50 Scott...................................................... 1922 Scott, Billy........................................1991-92 Scott, Malcolm...................................... 1984 Scott, Rusty........................................... 1985 Scritchfield, Elmer................................. 1958 Scruggs, Calvin..................................... 1984 Scully, Steve.....................................1978-79 Seabron, Malcolm................. 1990-91-92-93 Seagle, Brad.....................................1990-91 Seiferling, Jack...................................... 1946 Seifert, Mel.......................................1934-35 Sellers.................................................... 1927 Sellers, Hal............................................ 1957 Sensenbaugh, Terry............................... 1972 Serfas, Nick......................................1991-92 Serowik, Bob....................................1971-72 Serpa, A................................................. 1922 Setencich, Lyle...................................... 1967 Sexton, John.............................. 1968-69-70 Sgantas, Vince..................................1977-79 Shabaglian, David...................... 1997-00-01 Shack, Dartagnon.................. 2002-03-04-05 Shafer, Glenn......................................... 1945 Shafter, Don........................................... 1942 Shah, Naim............................................ 1989 Shamblee, Trevor..............................2006-07 Shanley, Larry...................................1969-70 Shapiro, Andrew...............................2010-11 Shearn, Chuck..................................1976-77 Shearn, Steve...................................1976-77

STEPHEN SPACH 2001-04

FRESNO

FOOTB

Shelley, Phillip...................................1991-92 Shelley, Stephen...............................1988-89 Shelton, David..................................1988-89 Shepard, Bobby.................... 2008-09-10-11 Shepherd, Nakawa..................... 1992-93-94 Sheridan, Charles.................................. 1958 Sherley, Josh......................... 2003-04-05-06 Sherman, Ray...................................1971-72 Shehtanian, Harry.............................1929-31 Shimmin, Homer.................................... 1933 Shiflet, V................................................. 1924 Shipp, Chris......................................1979-81 Shirley, Jason............................. 2004-05-06 Shon, Derek........................................... 1985 Showalter, Chris.................................... 1995 Shropshire, Joe..................................... 1945 Shugart, Craig....................................... 1983 Siefert, Bruce......................................... 1962 Silva, Mike........................................1979-80 Silverman, Maurice................................ 1924 Simmons, Elgin........................... 2004-05-06 Simonian, Greg.................................1979-80 Simpson, Bob...................................1982-83 Simpson, Jason.......................... 2000-01-02 Sims, Ron.........................................1986-87 Skidmore Jeff............................. 1986-87-88 Skidmore, Ryan..........................2008-09, 11 Skipper, Kelly......................... 1985-86-87-88 Skipper, Tim........................... 1997-98-99-00 Stocko, Jeff........................................... 1977 Slagle, Mike........................................... 1962 Slater, Ray............................................. 1958 Slaton, Kent........................................... 1979 Slattery, Dean........................................ 1980 Slevkoff, Luke........................................ 2000 Sloan, Alvin.......................................1979-80 Slocum, Tracy........................................ 2010 Smith................................................1922-23 Smith, Art............................... 1925-26-27-28 Smith, Brock.....................................1986-87 Smith, Charles....................... 1998-99-00-01 Smith, Clifton......................... 2004-05-06-07 Smith, Derron........................................ 2010 Smith, Earl............................................. 1947 Smith, F.................................................. 1927 Smith, Gene........................... 1992-93-94-95 Smith, Jack................................. 1926-28-29 Smith, Jim............................................. 1964 Smith, Rich.......................................1977-78 Smith, Roy............................................. 1931 Smith, Roger......................................... 1963 Smith, Tim........................................1974-75 Smith, Walt............................................ 1935 Smithson, Wayne.................................. 1958 Smoot, Tim............................................ 1990 Smotherman, Tom............................1975-76 Snider, Leon.......................................... 1955 Soinila, Olavi.....................................1934-35 Sommer, Steve.................................1968-69 Sommers, Fred...................................... 1951 Sommers, Tom.................................1962-63 Sotelo, Johnny...................................... 2003 Spach, Stephen..................... 2001-02-03-04 Spangler, Dave...................................... 1958 Spencer, Kevin.................................1975-76 Spivey, Tom......................................1933-34 Sprague, Larry....................................... 1973 Stabbins, Oen........................................ 1938 Stahl, John.......................................1967-68 Stackhouse, Steve...........................1977-78 Stallworth, JJ....................................2010-11 Stanley, Darrell..................................1951-55 Stanley, Vance....................................... 1958 Stannard, Rick..................................1976-77 Steevens, John.................................1982-83 Steelman, J............................................ 1927 Steinborn, John..................................... 1956 Steinhauer, Lester.................. 1934-35-36-40 Stevens, Ed........................................... 1956 Stevens, Greg...................................1979-80 Stevenson, Bobby............................1981-82 Stevenson, Matt.................................... 2002 Stewart, Dave........................................ 1991 Stewart, Jason...................... 1999-00-01-02 Stewart, Jim.......................................... 1964 Stewart, Leonard........................ 1948-49-50 Stewart, Michael...............................1985-86 Stewart, Taylor....................................... 2011 Stitser, Clint................................ 2005-06-07 Stockton, Dan........................................ 1961 Stoddard, Bert..................................1937-38 Stoddard, Dick...................................... 1977

2012


O STATE

BALL

TED TOROSIAN 1978-81

Stoetzl, Luis......................................1970-71 Stone, Bob............................................ 1969 Storlee, Lee........................................... 1954 Stoutmire, Omar.................... 1993-94-95-96 Stovall, Mike.......................... 1998-99-00-01 Stuart, Michael.................................2007-08 Stubblefield, Curtis................................ 1988 Stubblefield, Rod........................ 1951-52-53 Sturgill, Ray................................ 1936-37-38 Su’a, Patrick.......................................... 2011 Suglian, Gene...................................1968-69 Sumlin, Bryson...................... 2002-03-04-05 Summers, Harry.................................... 1936 Svensson, Kenth................................... 1969 Sweeney, Kevin..................... 1983-84-85-86 Swenning Jeff............................. 1986-87-88 Sykes, G................................................ 1929

T........................................

2013

Torosian, Ted......................... 1978-79-80-81 Torresdal, Brock...............................1998-99 Toscano, Sergio..................... 1979-80-81-82 Totten, Jon............................................. 1978 Toy, Charles................................ 1948-49-50 Traber.................................................... 1922 Trejo, Dan.............................................. 1984 Tripp, Dennis....................................1972-73 Tronowsky, Otto..................................... 1935 Truschel, Jeff.............................. 1986-87-88 Tucker, Anthony.......................... 1996-97-98 Tucker, Kent .....................................1980-81 Tucker, Rick......................................1976-77 Tunget, Brant....................................1977-78 Tupuivao, Rowen................................... 1978 Turner, Joe........................................1997-98 Turner, John......................................1986-87 Turner, Stan......................................1973-74 Turner, Troy.......................................1997-98 Tuttle, Fred............................................. 1962 Tu’ua, Fitu................................... 2000-01-02

U........................................

Unrein, Don......................................1973-74

V........................................

Valana, Sam......................................1977-78 Valarello, Frank...................................... 1945 Valdepena, Hector...................... 1988-89-90 Valek, Vincent...................................1940-41 Valentine, Wendell............................1991-92 Vance, Steve.....................................1974-75 Van Galder, Bob..................................... 1960 Van Galder, Dick.................................... 1963 Van Groningen, Tom.............................. 1951 Van Landingham, Sherril..................1940-41 Van Osdell, Bill..................................1933-34 Van Zant, John...................................... 1957 Vartanian, Al.......................................... 1931 Vasquez, Henry..................................... 1956 Vaszuez, John....................................... 1956 Vasquez, Kevin...................................... 1978 Veeh, Dennis.....................................1972-73 Vegas, Tony......................................1981-83 Venner, Ramsey..................................... 1998 Versher, Roshon......................... 2003-04-05 Verry, Steve.......................................1970-71 Vial, Paul..................................... 1987-88-89 Vickers, Buddy...................................... 1966 Vickers, Fred.......................................... 1968 Vietty, Dave.......................................1970-71 Vincent, Matt......................................... 1994 Visintainer, Brett..................... 2000-01-03-04 Volek, Billy............................. 1996-97-98-99 Voth, Tom..........................................1973-74 Vukazich, Alex....................................... 1958

W.......................................

Wade, Barney........................................ 1958 Wade, Tim........................................1972-73 Wagner, Ken............................... 1948-49-50 Walden, Garry........................................ 1987 Walker, Ardis.......................................... 1921 Walker, Michael................................1985-86 Walker, Uda......................................1992-93 Wall, Ernie.............................................. 1960 Walling................................................... 1922 Waltower, Dominique............................. 1995 Warkentin, Paul................................1963-64 Waroniecki, Daryl..............................1968-69 Ward, Derrick....................................1999-00 Ward, George........................................ 1961 Warren, Arthur....................................... 1992 Washington, Anthony............................ 1980 Washington, Raymond.......... 2002-03-04-05 Washington, Tim...............................1980-81 Waterman, W....................................1922-23 Wathen, Richard...............................1973-74 Watson, Bryon..................................1972-73 Watson, Jessie.................................1998-99 Watson, Sam.............................. 1991-92-93 Wayte, Bill.............................................. 1959 Weathers, Allen.................................1995-96 Weaver, Dave......................................... 1978 Weaver, Gary....................................1971-72 Weaver, Greg....................................1982-83 Weber, Ed.............................................. 1945 Webster, John........................................ 1950 Webster, Rod......................... 1984-85-86-87 Weiland, Leo.......................................... 1930 Weiner, Mervyn........................... 1938-39-40 Weirick, J.................................... 1925-26-27 Welch, Tony......................................1967-68

Weldon, Clyde..................................1926-28 Weldon, John.............................. 1926-27-28 Wells, Rio............................... 1993-94-95-96 Wendell, Ryan........................ 2004-05-06-07 Wender, Jack....................................1974-75 Wentworth, Austin............................2010-11 Wesson, Vince............................ 1982-84-85 West, Chastin............................. 2006-08-09 West, Leon............................................. 1955 Westendorf, Bill................................1977-78 Westphal, Dwayne............................1972-73 Wetler, Burl............................................ 1942 Wetzel, Cliff............................................ 1964 Wheat, Harold...................................1947-48 Whitaker, Willard......................... 1951-52-54 White, Al................................................ 1954 White, Blair............................................ 1930 White, Bill.............................................. 1933 White, Dick................................. 1929-30-31 White, Del.........................................1975-76 White, Jeff............................................. 1988 White, Mike.......................................1968-69 White, Russell........................ 1926-27-28-29 White, Ricky.......................................... 1989 White, Richard....................................... 1929 White, Skippy............................. 1949-51-52 Whitfield, Anthony............................1997-98 Whiteside, Michael................................ 1980 Wichmann, Cody................................... 2011 Wicker, Paul........................................... 1963 Wight, Earl............................................. 1932 Wiggins, Kenny...................... 2007-08-09-10 Wikstrom, Winslow................................ 1933 Wilburn, Fred....................................1986-87 Wilcots, Stacey.................................1990-91 Wiley, Ron.........................................1971-72 Wilkerson, Jay..................................1986-87 Williams, Anthony.................................. 2010 Williams, Anthony.............................1987-88 Williams, Chris..................................1991-92 Williams, Danny.......................... 1993-94-95 Williams, Dave..................................1983-84 Williams, Don....................................1983-84 Williams, Don....................................1983-84 Williams, Fred........................................ 1984 Williams, J.R.......................................... 1962 Williams, James................................1973-74 Williams, James................................1985-86 Williams, James D...................... 1986-88-89 Williams, Joe......................................... 1963 Williams, Jon....................................1994-95 Williams, Ken....................................1982-83 Williams, Mel......................................... 1980 Williams, Paul........................ 2003-04-05-06 Williams, Payton.................... 1996-97-98-99 Williams, Sam........................ 1999-00-01-02 Williams, Wendell.................. 1977-78-79-80 Williams, Willard.................................... 1944 Williamson, Greg..............................1985-86 Willis, Larry.......................................1965-66 Willis, Larry.......................................1983-84 Williston, Preston..............................1924-26 Willoughby, Larry..............................1951-52 Wilsey, Bill........................................1965-66 Wilsey, Dan............................................ 1964 Wilson, A..........................................1921-22 Wilson, Bob......................................1948-50 Wilson, Clarence................................... 1988 Wilson, Cristin....................................... 2011 Wilson, Ed............................................. 1966 Wilson, Fred.......................................... 1985 Wilson, Harold..................................1928-30 Wilson, Jerry............................... 1948-50-51 Wilson, Philip......................................... 1921 Wilson, Sam.....................................1997-98 Wimbush, Mike...................................... 1959 Winans, Tydus............................ 1991-92-93 Winblad................................................. 1923 Winder, Conley...................................... 1945 Winder, Don........................................... 1940 Winters, George.................................... 1948 Wipf, Wesley.....................................1944-45 Wise, Bob.............................................. 1979 Withycombe, Mike............................1986-87 Wolfe, Jim.........................................1946-47 Wolfgramm, T.C..................... 1992-93-94-95 Woltz, Justin............................... 2000-01-03 Womack, Richard.................................. 1960 Wood, Mark................................ 2002-03-04 Woodman, Joe...................................... 1931 Woodruff, Tony.................................1980-81 Woods, Kelly.....................................1977-78 Woods, Steve........................ 1977-78-80-81 Woodson, Henry.................................... 1970

SAM WILLIAMS 1999-02 Worrell, Cameron..............................2001-02 Worsham, Preston............................1939-40 Wren, David........................................... 1969 Wright.................................................... 1922 Wright, Amos......................................... 1930 Wright, Dwayne................................2003-06 Wright, Rodney...................... 1998-99-00-01 Woy, Bob............................................... 1979 Wurst, Curt.......................................1972-73 Wylie, Devon.....................2007-08-09-10-11

Y........................................

Yancy, Bill.............................................. 1978 Yarborough, Walt................................... 1964 Yavasile, Klare....................................... 1970 York, Ralph............................................ 1963 Yost, Tom............................... 1946-47-49-50 Young.................................................... 1923 Young, Andre....................................1977-78 Young, Calvin....................................1974-75 Young, Earl............................................ 1996 Young, Kyle................................. 2003-04-05 Young, Roger....................................1966-67 Youngblood, Armin...........................1991-92 Your, Willie........................................1974-75 Yrigollen, Ron........................................ 1982

Z........................................

Zack, Dave............................................ 1941 Zahnie, Sam............................... 1942-46-47 Zankick, Dennis................................1974-75 Zeigler, Herman.......................... 1947-48-49 Zemanek, Bob....................... 1977-78-79-80 Zerrili, Len.............................................. 1962 Zimmerman, Kyle....................... 2005-06-07 Zimmerman, Don................................... 1968 Zumbro, Tim.....................................1975-76

JOHN WEBSTER 1950

HISTORY

Taifane, Victor...................................2001-02 Tanuvasa, Erick................................1989-90 Taoutsouvas, Mike................................. 1975 Tapia, Jesus................................ 2005-06-07 Tarr, Mike..........................................1984-85 Tatum, Leevel...................................1983-84 Taumoepeau, Tapa...........................2009-10 Taylor, Asa........................................2000-02 Taylor, Gary............................................ 1961 Taylor, Gene......................................1985-86 Taylor, Kevin.......................................... 1981 Taylor, L.C.............................................. 1956 Taylor, Roy............................................. 1945 Taylor, Steve............................... 1970-71-72 Tedford, Jeff......................................1981-82 Telford, Dave.....................................1987-88 Telonicher, Fred.......................... 1922-23-25 Telonicher, George...................... 1927-28-29 Terry, James.......................................... 1979 Terry, Lester................................ 1939-40-41 Tesone, Peter......................................... 1938 Theile, Chuck......................................... 1969 Thiesen, Jeff.......................... 1988-89-90-91 Thomas, Adarryll................................... 1993 Thomas, Jermaine...................... 2009-10-11 Thomas, Lance.......................1991, 1993-94 Thomas, Lavale..................... 1982-83-84-85 Thomas, Phillip.................................2009-10 Thompson, Marty.................. 1989-90-91-92 Thompson, Scott.................. 1995-96-97=98 Thornton, Curt..................................1989-90 Tibbs, Mark........................................... 1941 Tillman, James...................................... 1999 Titoriga, Greg......................................... 2007 Tipton, Duane........................................ 1960 Todd, Jack............................................. 1934 Tolbert, Charles..................... 2004-05-06-07 Tolbert, Chris......................... 1991-92-93-94 Tolbert, Otis........................... 1980-81-82-83 Toma, Jeremiah................................2010-11 Tomasini, Brad....................................... 1962 Torigian, Armen................................1994-95 Torosian, Atomic...............................1969-71

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DAVID CARR

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David Carr had his jersey retired on September 1, 2007. During his senior season, he guided the Bulldogs to an 11-3 record, tying the school record for most wins in a season. Fresno State opened the 2001 season with wins over three nationally ranked opponents, No. 23 Colorado and No. 18 Wisconsin, both on the road, and a commanding 44-24 win over No. 10 Oregon State in Bulldog Stadium. That game was played in front of a record crowd of 42,410. In his final game, Carr set a bowl record with 531 passing yards while throwing four touchdowns. He won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and the Pop Warner Award, which is presented annually to the best college football player on the west coast. He finished fifth in the balloting for the Heisman Trophy. For his career, 1997-2001, Carr completed 344-of-533 passes for 7,849 yards and 70 touchdowns. When he left, he held Bulldog passing records for most touchdowns in a career (70), passing yards in a season (4,839), touchdowns in a season (46) and total offensive yards in a season (4,906). Carr was selected as the No. 1 overall NFL pick by the expansion Houston Texans, becoming the first player from a non-BCS conference in 30 years to be selected as the top overall pick.

TRENT DILFER

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He was honored because he led the Bulldogs to two of their most prestigious bowl games ever, the 1992 Freedom Bowl, a memorable 24-7 victory over USC, and the 1993 Aloha Bowl. He ranks fourth in school history in both passing yards with 7,631 and total offense with 7,785 yards. When he left school, he held single-season school records for passing yards (3,799) and touchdowns (30). At the time his 523 passing yards in the 1993 Freedom Bowl were the most ever by a quarterback in a bowl game. He also holds an NCAA record for most pass attempts without an interception at 271. A first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dilfer guided the Baltimore Ravens to a win over the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXII.

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HENRY ELLARD

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Ellard broke nearly every Fresno State pass receiving record in 1982 in addition to setting an NCAA record with 1,510 receiving yards that season. The 1982 co-Offensive Player of the Year in the PCAA, Ellard caught 62 passes, including 15 for touchdowns. He established a conference career record with 2,947 receiving yards and tied a conference mark with 25 career touchdowns. He was named second-team All-America by Associated Press and was a second round draft choice of the Los Angeles Rams.

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DALE MESSER

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Messer, a 1960 graduate, was a 170-pounder from Lemoore, Calif., and had 9.9 (100 yards) speed as a halfback. He not only carried the ball, but he punted and handled placekicking chores as well. A three-time allconference pick, Messer led the Bulldogs in rushing (811 yards), receiving (30 catches), scoring (108 points), punt returns and kickoff returns his senior year. He also returned three passing interceptions for 28 yards, punted for a 34.6 average and was 3-for-6 in the passing department with two touchdowns. Messer’s rushing total was even more impressive when you consider that as a team Fresno State ranked third in the nation in passing offense (1,947 yards). A two-time All-America selection, Messer played in the East-West Shrine game in San Francisco and was a threetime All-Coast honoree. He later played for the San Francisco 49ers (1961-65) after rushing for nearly 2,000 yards, scoring 31 touchdowns and leading Fresno State to three straight conference titles.

VINCE PETRUCCI

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Petrucci, a side-winding placekicker from Fresno’s Hoover High School, was a two-time All-PCAA pick at Fresno State. Petrucci connected on 88 consecutive PAT attempts to rank second on the NCAA list. His 88 consecutive conversions at the time trailed only Uwe von Schamann of the University of Oklahoma, who connected on an NCAA record 102 PATs in a row. As a junior, Petrucci was a second-team All-Coast selection by both AP and UPI. During his career at Fresno State, Petrucci converted 101-of-103 PAT attempts and 25-of42 field goal attempts. He scored a total of 176 points, at the time the best total ever for a Fresno State kicker and the thirdhighest scoring total in school history. He had a careerbest 51-yard field goal against Cal State Fullerton.

KEVIN SWEENEY

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HISTORY

Sweeney finished his four-year career in 1986 as the all-time leading passer in NCAA history (10,808 yards), breaking the previous mark of 10,579, set from 1981-84 by former Boston College quarterback Doug Flutie. A four-year starter at quarterback, Sweeney set or tied a total of 30 school, conference and NCAA records. His 30 200yard passing games tied an NCAA mark. By finishing ninth in the Heisman Trophy balloting in 1986, Sweeney became the highest finisher in league history for that prestigious honor. He finished runner-up in balloting for the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback of the Year Award.

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ALL-AMERICANS............................................................ Myron Anderson.........................1930............................................. End Jack Mulkey...............................1939............................................. End Jack Mulkey...............................1940............................................. End Jackie Fellows............................1942................................Quarterback Dan Bolt......................................1945..........................................Guard Willard Whitaker.........................1954..........................................Guard Dale Messer................................1959......................................Halfback Dale Messer................................1960......................................Halfback Doug Brown...............................1960..........................................Guard Doug Brown...............................1961......................................... Center Monte Day..................................1962..........................................Tackle Beau Carter................................1963................................Quarterback Erv Hunt......................................1968...........................Defensive Back Tom McCall.................................1968.................................. Linebacker Steve Cordle...............................1981..............................Strong Safety Bernard Berrian..........................2001........................ Return Specialist A.J. Jefferson.............................2007........................ Return Specialist

JACK MULKEY 1939-40 • END

DOUG BROWN 1960, 1961 • QB

MONTE DAY 1962 • T

HISTORY

TOM MCCALL 1968 • LB

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DAVID CARR 2001 WAC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

STEVE CORDLE 1981 • S

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ADDITIONAL ALL-AMERICA HONORS

FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICA

JACKIE FELLOWS 1930 • QB

FRESNO

WILLARD WHITAKER 1954 • G

DALE MESSER 1959, 1960 • HB

BEAU CARTER 1963 • QB

BERNARD BERRIAN 2001 • RS

PAUL PINEGAR 2002 WAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

ERV HUNT 1968 • DB

A.J. JEFFERSON 2007 • RS

Mike Freeman, HM................................................... 1966.......................... Defensive Back John Stahl, HM......................................................... 1967......................... Offensive Tackle Steve Verry, 2nd....................................................... 1971......................... Offensive Guard Dwayne Crump, HM................................................. 1971......................................... Safety Jack Fisher, HM........................................................ 1971........................ Defensive Tackle Gary Weaver, 3rd...................................................... 1972..................................Linebacker Phil Borjas, 3rd......................................................... 1972.......................... Defensive Back Jeff Tedford, HM....................................................... 1982............................... Quarterback Scott Darrow, HM..................................................... 1982......................................... Kicker Ed Carter, HM........................................................... 1982......................... Offensive Tackle Henry Ellard, 2nd (AP).............................................. 1982.....................................Split End Mike Forrest, HM...................................................... 1982......................... Offensive Guard John Blacksill, HM.................................................... 1982.........................................Center Kevin Jones, HM...................................................... 1982............................ Defensive End Matt McKnight, HM.................................................. 1982................................. Free Safety Rocky Costello, HM................................................. 1983......................................... Kicker Larry Willis, HM........................................................ 1983.....................................Split End Larry Willis, 3rd (AP)................................................. 1984.....................................Split End Stephen Baker, HM (AP)........................................... 1985.....................................Split End Barry Belli, HM (AP).................................................. 1985......................................... Kicker Anthony Dollarhide, HM (AP).................................... 1985................................ Cornerback Barry Grove, HM (AP)............................................... 1985......................... Offensive Guard Dave Lerma, HM (AP)............................................... 1985......................... Offensive Tackle Mike Mancini, HM (AP)............................................. 1985.........................................Punter Chris Pacheco, HM (AP)........................................... 1985................................ Nose Guard Michael Stewart, HM (AP)........................................ 1985............................. Strong Safety Kevin Sweeney, HM (AP).......................................... 1985............................... Quarterback James Williams, HM (AP)......................................... 1985...................................... Tailback Kevin Sweeney, HM (AP).......................................... 1986............................... Quarterback Stephen Baker, HM (AP)........................................... 1986.....................................Split End Barry Belli, HM (AP).................................................. 1986......................................... Kicker Jethro Franklin, HM (AP).......................................... 1986............................ Defensive End Cliff Hannemann, HM (AP)........................................ 1986..................................Linebacker David Grayson, HM (AP)........................................... 1986..................................Linebacker Michael Stewart, HM (AP)........................................ 1986............................. Strong Safety Mike Chuhlantseff, HM (AP)..................................... 1986......................... Offensive Guard Mike Withycombe, HM (AP)..................................... 1986......................... Offensive Tackle Jethro Franklin, 2nd (TSN), 3rd (AP), HM (UPI)........ 1987............................ Defensive End Barry Belli, HM (AP).................................................. 1987......................................... Kicker Mike Withycombe, HM (AP)..................................... 1987......................... Offensive Tackle Ron Jenkins, HM (AP).............................................. 1987............................ Wide Receiver Rod Webster, HM (AP).............................................. 1987............................. Strong Safety Tracy Rogers, HM (AP)............................................. 1987..................................Linebacker Brock Smith, HM (AP).............................................. 1987............................ Wide Receiver Fred Wilburn, HM (AP).............................................. 1987................................ Cornerback Tracy Rogers, HM (AP)............................................. 1988..................................Linebacker Kelly Skipper, HM (AP)............................................. 1988...................................... Tailback Tony Harris, HM (AP)................................................ 1988............................. Strong Safety Craig Jones, HM (AP)............................................... 1988....................................Tight End Chuck McCutchen, HM (AP).................................... 1988................................ Nose Guard Jeff Truschel, HM (AP).............................................. 1988......................... Offensive Tackle Ron Cox, HM (AP).................................................... 1988..................................Linebacker

RYAN WENDELL 2004 WAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

MARCUS RILEY 2007 WAC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

James Williams, HM (AP)............... Jeff Skidmore, HM (AP).................. Ron Cox, 2nd (TSN), 2nd (FN), 3rd James Williams, 2nd (TSN), 3rd (AP Dwight Pickens, HM (TSN)............. Aaron Craver, HM (TSN)................. Marquez Pope, HM (TSN).............. Kelvin Means, HM (TSN)................ Melvin Johnson, 3rd (FN) ........... Trent Dilfer, 2nd (C&PFN), HM (FN) Malcolm Seabron, HM (FN) ....... Jesse Hardwick, HM (FN) .......... Lorenzo Neal, HM (FN) .............. Zack Rix, HM (FN) ..................... Wendell Valentine, HM (FN) ....... Trent Dilfer, 3rd (AP), 3rd (FN) ........ Brad Bell, HM (FN).......................... Charlie Jones, HM (FN).................. Ron Rivers, HM (FN)....................... Ron Collins, HM (FN)...................... Ron Papazian, HM (FN)..................

David Dunn, 2nd (TSN), 2nd (C&P Charlie Jones, HM (UPI)................. Charles Smith, freshman (TSN)...... Derrick Ward, freshman (FN).......... Asen Asparuhov, 3rd (TSN), HM (C Bernard Berrian, 4th (TSN)............. David Carr, 2nd (FN), 3rd (AP), HM Alan Harper, 2nd (AP), (TSN), (FN), Logan Mankins, freshman (TSN) ... Rodney Wright, 4th (TSN)............... James Sanders, freshman (FWAA, Paul Pinegar, freshman (TSN)......... Jermaine Jamison, freshman (TSN Kyle Young, freshman (FWAA)........ Logan Mankins, 2nd (WC).............. Ryan Wendell, freshman (TSN)....... Garrett McIntyre HM (AP, CNN-SI) Cole Popovich, Freshman (TSN, FW Ryan Mathews, Junior, 2nd Team ( Kevin Goessling, Sophomore , HM Devon Wylie, Senior, 3rd (Yahoo!),

Key: AP (Associated Press); TSN ( FN (Football News); C&PFN (Colleg Association of America); WC (Walt

GARRETT MCINTYRE 2005 WAC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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........................... 1988................................ Cornerback ........................... 1988......................... Offensive Guard d (AP), HM (UPI)... 1989..........................................Rover P)........................ 1989................................ Cornerback ........................... 1989........................................Flanker ........................... 1989...................................... Tailback ........................... 1989................................. Free Safety ........................... 1989.....................................Split End ........................... 1991......................... Offensive Guard ) ........................ 1992............................... Quarterback ........................... 1992........................................Flanker ........................... 1992......................... Offensive Tackle ........................... 1992......................................Fullback ........................... 1992................................ Nose Guard ........................... 1992..................................Linebacker ........................... 1993............................... Quarterback ........................... 1993............................ Defensive End ........................... 1993........................................Flanker ........................... 1993...................................... Tailback ........................... 1993......................... Offensive Tackle ........................... 1993..................................Linebacker

PFN)..................... 1994..... Wide Receiver/Kick Returner ........................... 1995............................ Wide Receiver ........................... 1998............................ Wide Reciever ........................... 1999.............................Running Back CNN/SI).............. 2001.................................Placekicker ........................... 2001........................Return Specialist M (CNN/SI)........... 2001............................... Quarterback , HM (CNN/SI)..... 2001........................ Defensive Tackle ........................... 2001......................... Offensive Tackle ........................... 2001............................ Wide Receiver , TSN).................. 2002............................. Strong Safety ........................... 2002............................... Quarterback N)......................... 2002............................ Wide Receiver ........................... 2003.........................................Center ........................... 2004......................... Offensive Tackle ........................... 2004......................... Offensive Guard .......................... 2005 ....................... Defensive Tackle WAA).................. 2005......................... Offensive Guard (AP) (SI)............... 2009.............................Running Back M (SI).................... 2009............................... Place Kicker HM (SI)............... 2011.............................Punt Returner

(The Sporting News); UPI (United Press International); ge & Pro Football Newsweekly); FWAA (Football Writers ter Camp), SI (Sports Ilustrated), Yahoo! (Yahoo! Sports)

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ASTROTURF NFLPA COLLEGIATE BOWL (CARSON, CALIF.)

2012.................................................. Logan Harrell, DT

CASINO DEL SOL ALL-STAR GAME (TUCSON, ARIZ.)

2012..................................... Leslie Cooper, OG ............................................ Kevin Goessling, K ................................................ Bryce Harris, OT

COACHES ALL-AMERICA BOWL (LUBBOCK, TEXAS)

1972........................................ Gary Weaver, LB

EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME (SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.)

1942...........................................Jack Mulkey, E 1960........................................ Dale Messer, HB 1962......................................... J.R. Williams, C 1976.............................................Del White, LB 1977..................................Bob Glazebrook, DB 1980.......................... Anthony Washington, CB 1981....................................... Steve Cordle, SS 1982.........................................Henry Ellard, SE 1984...........................................Larry Willis, SE 1986..................................Cliff Hannemann, LB 1987.................................... Jethro Franklin, DE 1988....................................... Tracy Rogers, LB 1989...................................James Williams, CB .................................................(West Def. MVP) 1990....................................... Aaron Craver, TB 1991.....................................Marquez Pope, FS ................................................... Judd Foell, DL .....................................................Jim Sweeney, .............................................. West Asst. Coach 1992....................................... Lorenzo Neal, FB .......................................... Jesse Hardwick, OT 1993...........................................Ron Rivers, TB 1994........................................ David Dunn, WR .................................................Jason James, C 1995..................................... Charlie Jones, WR 1998............................................. Cory Hall, DB ..............................................Josh Kobdish, OL ........................................Jaime Kimbrough, RB ..........................................Michael Pittman, RB 1999............................................. Jeff Hanna, K 2000.......................................Kevin Jordan, OT 2002......................................... Alan Harper, DT ........................................... Rodney Wright, WR 2003................................. Pat Hill, Head Coach .............................Dan Brown, Assistant Coach ........................ Frank Cignetti, Assistant Coach ..................................................Nick Burley, DE ............................................ Rodney Michael, C 2004..................................Bernard Berrian, WR ..............................................Rodney Davis, RB 2005................................... Logan Mankins, OT ............................................Stephen Spach, TE 2006 .......................................Paul Pineger, QB 2007......................................Paul Williams, WR

CHRIS CONRAD 1997 SENIOR BOWL PARTICIPANT

.................................................... Kyle Young, C 2008.............................................Ryan Wendell 2009................................. Tom Brandstater, QB ................................................ Bear Pascoe, TE 2010......................................Seyi Ajirotutu, WR ...............................................Robert Malone, P 2010.......................................Lonyae Miller, RB 2011......................................... Chris Carter, DL ......................................... Andrew Jackson, OL ................................................. Ben Jacobs, LB 2012....................................... Devon Wylie, WR

HULA BOWL (HONOLULU, HAWAI`I)

1978........................................ Curtis Minor, DB 1988...........................................Terry Cook, DE .....................................................Jim Sweeney, .............................................. West Asst. Coach 1990....................................... Aaron Craver, TB 1991......................................Mark Barsotti, QB .............................................Marquez Pope, FS 1992....................................... Lorenzo Neal, FB 1993..........................................Ron Collins, OT ............................................. Tommy Jones, CB ................................................Sam Watson, SS 1995......................................Reggie Brown, FB 1999...................................... Jim Arellanes, QB 2000........................................... Billy Volek, QB 2001.................................. Thabiti Lockhart, NT 2002........................................ Tierre Sams, CB 2005............................... Therrian Fontenot, CB 2006 ......................................Tyrone Culver, FS ................................ Raymond Washington, CB 2007........................ Pat Hill, West Head Coach ........................................... Dwayne Wright, RB ........................................... Roshon Vercher, FB .................................................... Kyle Young, C

SENIOR BOWL (MOBILE, ALA.)

1961........................................Doug Brown, OT 1986............................Kevin Sweeney, QB (inj.) 1987.......................................... Barry Belli, K/P 1991.........................................Tony Brown, CB 1993..................................... James Burton, CB ...................................................Ron Rivers, TB ........................................ Malcolm Seabron, FL 1994........................................ David Dunn, WR .................................................Jason James, C 1995.....................................Jahine Arnold, WR 1997.................................. Michael Pittman, TB ...............................................Chris Conrad, OL 2000........................................Orlando Huff, LB 2002...........................................David Carr, QB ................................................. Alan Harper, DT 2005................................... Logan Mankins, OT 2006......................................Paul Williams, WR 2009.......................................Lonyae Miller, RB

TYRONE CULVER 2006 HULA BOWL PARTICIPANT

BLUE-GRAY GAME (MONTGOMERY, ALA.)

1981..................................Tim Washington, CB 1986.....................................Stephen Baker, SE ....................................Kevin Sweeney, QB (inj.) 1991......................................Mark Barsotti, QB .................................................Tony Brown, CB ............................................Emery Braxton, CB ...............................................Kelvin Means, SE 1994............................ Demetrius Edwards, NG 1995.....................................Jahine Arnold, WR 1996...................................... Jim Arellanes, QB ..........................................Brian Roberson, WR 1997.................................. Michael Pittman, TB 1998................................Jaime Kimbrough, RB ..............................................Josh Kobdish, OL

JAPAN BOWL (TOKYO, JAPAN)

1978........................................ Curtis Minor, DB 1984..........................................Curtis Allen, SS 1986.....................................Stephen Baker, SE ........................................................ (West MVP) .......................................... Michael Stewart, SS .................................................. Gene Taylor, FL ....................................Kevin Sweeney, QB (inj.) .....................................................Jim Sweeney, ..............................................West Head Coach 1987.................................... Jethro Franklin, DE .................................................. Barry Belli, K/P 1989....................................Dwight Pickens, FL .................................................. Mike Foust, OT 1990....................................... Aaron Craver, TB 1991.........................................Jeff Thiesen, LB 1992....................................... Lorenzo Neal, FB .......................................... Jesse Hardwick, OT

COLLEGE ALL-STAR GAME (CHICAGO, ILL.)

1968..................................... Mike Freeman, DB 1972........................................ Gary Weaver, LB

MARTIN LUTHER KING CLASSIC (SAN JOSE, CALIF.)

1989....................................... Myron Jones, FB

ALL-AMERICAN BOWL (TUCSON, ARIZ.)

1961..................................... Sonny Bishop, OT ................................................Doug Brown, OT ................................................... Jay Buckert, E ................................................Gerald Houser, E

GRIDIRON CLASSIC (FLORIDA)

2002.............................. Maurice Rodriguez, LB ........................................... Rodney Wright, WR 2003.................................... Rodney Michael, C ..............................................Victor Taifane, OG

JIM SWEENEY WEST ASSISTANT COACH IN THE 1991 EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME

HISTORY

PAT HILL WEST HEAD COACH OF THE 2003 EASTWEST SHRINE GAME

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FIRST-TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS....................... FIRST TEAM ALL-COAST

1939..............................................Bob Burgss, C

............................................ Simon Peterson, DE 1981..........................................Steve Cordle, SS 1982........................................... Henry Ellard, SE

1940............................................Bob Burgess, C

1983............................................. Larry Willis, SE

1958.......................................... Dale Messer, HB 1959.......................................... Dale Messer, HB .................................................... Jack Mattox, T ................................................... Doug Brown, G

1984............................................. Larry Willis, SE .................................... Ron Cross, FS (2nd, UPI)

1951.....................................Nick Dokoozlian, FB

1985...................... Kevin Sweeney, QB (1st, UPI) ................................... Mike Mancini, P (1st, UPI) ................................. Barry Grove, OG (2nd, UPI)

1960.......................................... Dale Messer, HB ..................................................Sonny Bishop, T ................................................... Doug Brown, G ...................................................J.R. Williams, C ..................................................John Webster, C ............................................ Bob Van Galder, QB ................................................ Larry Iwasaki, HB

1986........................Stephen Baker, SE (1st, ............................ Kevin Sweeney, QB (2nd, ...................................Gene Taylor, FL (2nd, ............................ James Williams, TB (2nd, ............................... Greg Ramsey, DE (2nd,

UPI) UPI) UPI) UPI) UPI)

1961................................................Monte Day, T ................................................... Doug Brown, G ...................................................J.R. Williams, C ..................................................Sonny Bishop, T .................................................Bill Kendrick, HB

1987....................... Jethro Franklin, DE (1st, UPI) .......................................Barry Belli, K (2nd, UPI)

1962......................................Larry Fogelstrom, E .......................................................Monte Day, T ...................................................J.R. Williams, C ................................................... Jon Anabo, QB

1954............................................ Lyman Erlich, T ..............................................Willard Whitaker, G 1955.........................................Dean Philpott, FB ..................................................Darryl Rogers, E ................................................... Alan Kirchoff, T 1956.........................................Dean Philpott, FB ........................................... Don Kloppenburg, C

1988.......................... Tracy Rogers, LB (1st, UPI) .................................... Tony Harris, SS (1st, UPI)

1957.........................................Dean Philpott, FB ........................................... Don Kloppenburg, C

1989.............................. Ron Cox, ROV (1st, UPI) ............................. James Williams, CB (1st, UPI)

1958.......................................... Dale Messer, HB ....................................................... Fred Raco, E

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1959.......................................... Dale Messer, HB ................................................... Doug Brown, C 1960.......................................... Dale Messer, HB ................................................... Doug Brown, C 1961............................................ Jon Anabo, QB ................................................... Doug Brown, C .....................................................Jay Buckert, E .................................................Bill Kendrick, HB 1962............................................ Jon Anabo, QB ...................................................... Jan Barrett, E .......................................................Monte Day, T ...................................................J.R. Williams, C .................................................. Beau Carter, QB 1963........................................... Beau Carter, QB 1964................................................Jim Long, TB ............................................... Paul Warkentin, C 1966....................................... Mike Freeman, DB ..................................... Sylvester Greenwood, G 1968............................................. Hank Corda, G .......................................................John Stahl, T 1975................................. Calvin Young, TE (2nd) 1977....................................... Chuck Shearn, OG

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1941............................................Bob Burgess, C ...................................................... Jim Molich, E

1952........................................ Ledio Fanucchi, T ........................................... Larry Willoughby, FB ..............................................Willard Whitaker, G

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1946............................................Bob Hoffman, T ...................................................Jean Lamour, G 1947............................................Bob Hoffman, T ................................................Millard Mitchell, T 1949............................................Dick Biama, HB 1950................................................ Chuck Toy, E ........................................ Johnny Morse, HB/DB ............................................. Gordon Leavitt, DG 1953..................................................Bill Raine, E ..............................................Willard Whitaker, G 1954.......................................... Lyman Ehrlich, T ..................................................Duke Snider, HB ................................................. Don Driscoll, HB 1955.........................................No team selected 1956.......................................... Allan Kerchoff, T ....................................................... Bill Harvey, T .....................................................Nick Brown, C ........................................... Don Kloppenburg, C ................................................Dean Philpott, FB .................................................... L.C. Taylor, HB 1957...................................... George Van Zant, E ..................................................... Nick Brown, T ........................................... Don Kloppenburg, C

JETHRO FRANKLIN 1987 PCAA DEFENSIVE MVP

TRACEY ROGERS 1988 BIG WEST DEFENSIVE MVP

1963........................................... Beau Carter, QB ........................................................Jan Farris, E 1964........................................ Paul Warkentin, C ..................................................Dave Plump, HB 1965................................................ Bill Wilsey, G ...........................................Walt Yarborough, DB ..................................................Dave Plump, HB 1966............................ Sylvester Greenwood, DE ....................................................... Terry Pitts, G .............................................. Gary Cohagan, DT .................................................... Dick Lowe, DG 1967................................................John Stahl, T ...........................................Danny Robinson, QB .............................................. Mike Freeman, DB 1968............................................Tom McCall, LB ................................................... Mike Flores, FB .......................................................John Stahl, T .................................................... Hank Corda, G ....................................................... Erv Hunt, DB ......................................................Tony Welch, T .............................................Ron Remington, DT

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1969........................................ Tom Flanagan, LB ................................................ Jack Erdman, DB 1970........................................ Tom Flanagan, LB ............................................. Gary Boreham, WR ............................................. Carl Ray Harris, DB ........................................... Cleo McCutcheon, T ..................................................... Steve Verry, G

RON COX 1989 BIG WEST DEFENSIVE MVP

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........... Gary Weaver, LB ...... Dwayne Crump, DB ............... Steve Verry, G

........... Gary Weaver, LB ...... Dwayne Crump, DB ..............Phil Borjas, DB ............. Pat Plummer, T ........ Craig Holworthy, P ... Dwayne Westphal, DT

........ Craig Holworthy, P ... Dwayne Westphal, DT

...........Calvin Young, TE ............ Alvaro Garcia, K ....... Greg Anderson, OT

............ Calvin Lane, DB .......... Dan Johnson, LB

...... Simon Peterson, DT ............Curtis Minor, DB ...........Vince Petrucci, K

...... Simon Peterson, DT ............Curtis Minor, DB ..... Bob Glazebrook, DB ....... Willy Robinson, DB ..............Larry Fister, DT ...........Vince Petrucci, K ..Dean Jones, QB (MVP) ........ Dave Applegate, G ........ Steve Franklin, RB ........ Tony Jackson, WR .........Rick Stannard, OT ........ Chuck Shearn, OG ............ Steve Shearn, C

............ Gary Hayes, DB

............ Gary Hayes, DB .............Pat Palumbo, G

Anthony Washington, CB ............. Joe Becker, OT

...........Steve Cordle, SS .............Scott Darrow, K ....... Steve Houston, OG ........... Ted Torosian, FB ............ Henry Ellard, SE

enry Ellard, SE (Co-MVP) ff Tedford, QB (Co-MVP) .............Scott Darrow, K ................ Ed Carter, OT ...........Mike Forrest, OG ........... John Blacksill, C ............Kevin Jones, DE ........ Matt McKnight, FS

1983............................................. Larry Willis, SE 1984............................................. Larry Willis, SE .....................................................Ron Cross, FS ............................................. Chris Pacheco, NG 1985.....................Kevin Sweeney, QB (Co-MVP) .............................................James Williams, TB .............................................. Stephen Baker, SE ....................................................... Barry Belli, K ............................................Michael Stewart, SS .................................................. Mike Mancini, P ............................................. Chris Pacheco, NG .......................................Anthony Dollarhide, CB ................................................. David Lerma, OT ................................................. Barry Grove, OG 1986.....................Kevin Sweeney, QB (Co-MVP) ..................................... Stephen Baker, WR/Ret. ....................................................... Barry Belli, K ..............................................Jethro Franklin, DE ............................................Michael Stewart, SS ........................................ Mike Chuhlantseff, OG .........................................Mike Withycombe, OT ........................................... Cliff Hannemann, LB .............................................. David Grayson, LB 1987........... Jethro Franklin, DE (Defensive MVP) ....................................................... Barry Belli, K .........................................Mike Withycombe, OT .................................................. Ron Jenkins, FL ................................................. Rod Webster, SS .................................................Tracy Rogers, LB ..................................................Brock Smith, SE ................................................ Fred Wilburn, CB

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1988.............. Tracy Rogers, LB (Defensive MVP) ................................................... Tony Harris, SS ....................................... Chuck McCutchen, NG ....................................................... Ron Cox, LB ............................................ James Williams, CB ...............................................Jeff Skidmore, OG .................................................Kelly Skipper, TB ...................................................Craig Jones, TE ................................................. Jeff Truschel, OT 1989................... Ron Cox, ROV (Defensive MVP) ......................................Dwight Pickens, WR/PR ................................................... Mike Foust, OT .......................................................Paul Vial, OG ............................................. Rich Bartlewski, TE ................................................ Aaron Craver, RB ........................................ Lance Oberparleiter, P .................................................... Terry Cook, DL ............................................ James Williams, CB ................................................ Marquez Pope, S 1990....... Marquez Pope, FS (Co-Defensive MVP) .............................................. Nick Ruggeroli, DE

MARK BARSOTTI 1991 BIG WEST CO-OFFENSIVE MVP

............................................... Taylor Cooper, CB .................................................. Tony Brown, CB ............................................ Jesse Hardwick, OT ............................................Melvin Johnson, OG .................................................Aaron Craver, TB 1991.........Mark Barsotti, QB (Co-Offensive MVP) .............. Marquez Pope, FS (Co-Defensive MVP) ................................................ Kelvin Means, SE ............................................ Jesse Hardwick, OT ................................................ Lorenzo Neal, FB .................................................... Ron Rivers, TB .............................................Derek Mahoney, PK .................................................... Judd Foell, DE ....................................................... Zack Rix, DL .................................................Darren Boyer, LB .................................................. Jeff Thiesen, LB .................................................. Tony Brown, CB ............................................Melvin Johnson, OG

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1992.............................................Trent Dilfer, QB .......................................................Zack Rix, NG ............................................ Jesse Hardwick, OT 1993............................ Trent Dilfer, QB (Offensive ............................................... Player of the Year) .................................................... Ron Rivers, TB .................................................. Jason James, C .............................................Derek Mahoney, PK ...............................................James Burton, CB 1994............................. David Dunn, KR (Special .................................... Teams Player of the Year) .............................................. Charlie Jones, WR 1995....................................... Charlie Jones, WR 1996............................................... A.J. Gass, LB ............................................Gary Osmundson, C ........................................... Brian Roberson, WR ............................................ Bryan Robinson, DT ............................................ Omar Stoutmire, SS 1997.....................................Michael Pittman, TB ................................................ Chris Conrad, OT ...................................................... A.J. Gass, LB 1998......... Jaime Kimbrough, TB (Pacific Division ............................... Offensive Player of the Year) ................................................. Ken Foersch, OL ...................................................Tim Skipper, LB .................................................... Jeff Roberts, P 1999............................................... Jeff Hanna, K ...................................................Alan Harper, DT ................................................. Orlando Huff, LB ..........................................Anthony Limbrick, FS .................................................... Billy Volek, QB .............................................Rodney Wright, WR 2000............................................ Vernon Fox, FS ...................................................Alan Harper, DT

TRENT DILFER 1993 WAC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

................................................. Orlando Huff, LB 2001.......................................Asen Asparuhov, K ........................................... Bernard Berrian, WR ................................................... Nick Burley, DE ...... David Carr, QB (Offensive Player of the Year) ..................................................... Vernon Fox, S .... Alan Harper, DT (Defensive Player of the Year) ............................................... Jason Simpson, P ....................................................Mike Stovall, C 2002.....................................Asen Asparuhov, PK ................................................... Nick Burley, DE .............................................. Jason Stewart, NT ........................................... Cameron Worrell, FS ..................................................... Joe Schey, RT ............. Paul Pinegar, QB (Freshman of the Year) 2003..................... Bernard Berrian, WR/Returner .............................................James Sanders, SS ................................................. Bryce McGill, LB 2004...................................... Logan Mankins, OT ........................................... Garrett McIntyre, DT .............................................James Sanders, SS ..........Ryan Wendell, OG (Freshman of the Year) 2005.......................................... Paul Pinegar, QB ............................................... Paul Williams, WR .............................................Adam Jennings, RS ..................................................... Kyle Young, C ...........................................Dartangon Shack, LT .............................................Wendell Mathis, RB .......................... Garrett McIntyre, DT (Defensive ............................................... Player of the Year) ................................................ Tyrone Culver, FS 2006........................................Chris Denman, OT .......................................... Dwayne Andrews, LB 2007......................... Marcus Riley, LB (Defensive ............................................... Player of the Year) ..................................................Ryan Wendell, C ................................................. Bear Pascoe, TE ................................................... Tyler Clutts, DE 2008..........................................Bobby Lepori, LT 2009........................................... Chris Carter, DL ..............................................Kevin Goessling, K ........................................... Andrew Jackson, OL ...................................................Ben Jacobs, LB ..............................................Ryan Mathews, RB ................................................ Robert Malone, P 2010........................................... Chris Carter, DL ..............................................Kevin Goessling, K ................................................ Logan Harrell, DL ...................................................Ben Jacobs, LB ..............................................Kenny Wiggins, OL 2011.......................................... Travis Brown, LB ..............................................Kevin Goessling, K ................................................ Logan Harrell, DT ................................................. Bryce Harris, OT ...............................................Robbie Rouse, RB ............................................Jalen Saunders, WR

JAIME KIMBROUGH 1998 WAC PACIFIC DIVISION OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

ALAN HARPER 2001 WAC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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DAVID DUNN 1994 WAC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

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QUARTERBACKS IN PROS

Jon Anabo....................................................................... Cleveland Browns, 1963

Jim Arellanes....................................................................Seattle Seahawks, 1997 San Francisco (XFL), 2001

Mark Barsotti.................11th............................Miami Dolphins (296th pick), 1992 B.C. Lions (CFL), 1992

TOM BRANDSTATER......... 6TH.................................. DENVER BRONCOS (174 PICK), 2009 INDIANAPOLIS COLTS, 2010 MIAMI DOLPHINS, 2010-11 DALLAS COWBOYS, 2011 SAINT LOUIS RAMS, 2011-12

Beau Carter.................................................................... Los Angeles Rams, 1964

DAVID CARR..................... 1ST............................. HOUSTON TEXANS (1ST PICK), 2002-06 CAROLINA PANTHERS, 2007 NEW YORK GIANTS, 2008-09 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS, 2010 NEW YOUR GIANTS, 2012

Trent Dilfer.....................1st............... Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6th pick), 1994-99 Baltimore Ravens, 2000 Seattle Seahawks, 2001-04 Cleveland Browns, 2004-05 San Francisco 49ers, 2006-07

David Carr

Jackie Fellows....................................................................New York Giants, 1946

Dean Jones...................11th..............................................Oakland Raiders, 1978

Nick Papac......................................................................... Dallas Cowboys, 1961 Oakland Raiders, 1961

Paul Pinegar................................................................Jacksonville Jaguars, 2006

Kevin Sweeney..............7th....................... Dallas Cowboys (180th pick), 1987-88 San Francisco 49ers, 1989 Montreal Machine (WLAF), 1991

Jeff Tedford.................................................... Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1983-85 Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1986-87 Sakatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1987 Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1988

Billy Volek.............................................................. Tennessee Titans, 2000-05 San Diego Chargers, 2006-11

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QUARTERBACK “U” Fresno State has three quarterbacks on NFL rosters for the 2011 season, ranking among the most by any college in the nation. Only USC (5) and Purdue (4) have more current quarterbacks in the NFL. Fresno State is tied for third with Tennessee, Oregon State, Oregon, Louisville, Texas and West Virginia.

With Tom Brandstater being drafted by the NFL’s Denver Broncos in the 2009 draft, the Dogs have had four quarterbacks picked since 1990. Three of Pat Hill’s four starting quarterbacks are in the NFL. Since 1990, Fresno State is one of five schools to have a quarterback drafted No. 1 overall (David Carr) and another taken among the top 10 picks (Trent Dilfer). Fresno State is one of six schools with two 10,000-yard passing quarterbacks (Paul Pinegar and Kevin Sweeney). Fresno State’s Trent Dilfer was the first top 10 NFL drafted quarterback since 1990 to win a Super Bowl. Fresno State has produced two quarterbacks (Kevin Sweeney and Paul Pinegar) who ranked in the top 45 all-time for career passing yards in NCAA history. There have been 23 quarterbacks taken in the top 10 picks of the NFL Draft since 1990 and Fresno State has produced two of them. Billy Volek and Trent Dilfer still own NCAA passing records. Volek for lowest percentage of passes interception in a career and Dilfer for most consecutive passing in a season without an interception (271). David Carr ranks 16th in NCAA history for highest career passing efficiency (152.6) and threw the 10th-most TDs in a regular season (42).

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NFL DRAFT CONNECTION............................................... Fresno State’s football program is among the national leaders in National Football League players with 29 former Bulldogs headed to NFL training camps in 2010. Each year the number continues to grow. In 2005, Fresno State had 18 players on NFL rosters, which at the time led all non-BCS conference schools. Fresno State continues to produce players

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4th (107th)........ Devon Wylie, WR.............................Kansas City Chiefs 5th (162nd)....... Chris Carter, DL...............................Pittsburgh Steelers 7th (210th)........ Andrew Jackson, OL............................ Atlanta Falcons 1ST (12TH)............RYAN MATHEWS, RB...............................SAN DIEGO CHARGERS 6th (174th)........ Tom Brandstater, QB........................... Denver Broncos 6th (184th)........ Bear Pascoe, TE........................... San Francisco 49ers 5th (145th)........ Jason Shirley, DT............................. Cincinnati Bengals 3rd (72nd)......... Marcus McCauley, CB...................... Minnesota Vikings 3rd (78th).......... Paul Williams, WR...............................Tennessee Titans 4th (111th)........ Dwayne Wright, RB..................................... Buffalo Bills 7th (214th)........ Chris Denman, OT................... Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2nd (58th)......... Richard Marshall, CB.........................Carolina Panthers 6th (184th)........ Adam Jennings, WR............................ Atlanta Falcons 6th (185th)........ Tyrone Culver, FS........................... Green Bay Packers 1ST (32ND)...........LOGAN MANKINS, OG..........................NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS 4th (133rd)........ James Sanders, SS.................... New England Patriots 3rd (78th).......... Bernard Berrian, WR...............................Chicago Bears 3rd (83rd).......... Sam Williams, LB.................................Oakland Raiders 1ST (1ST)..............DAVID CARR, QB............................................ HOUSTON TEXANS 4th (121st)......... Alan Harper, DT....................................... New York Jets 7th (221st)......... Maurice Rodriquez, LB....................Kansas City Chiefs 7th (249th)........ Rodney Wright, WR.................................... Buffalo Bills 2nd (CFL).......... Lawrence Deck, CB...................... Calgary Stampeders 4th (104th)........ Orlando Huff, LB................................Seattle Seahawks 3rd (65th).......... Cory Hall, DB................................... Cincinnati Bengals 3rd (66th).......... Chris Conrad, OT.............................Pittsburgh Steelers 4th (95th).......... Michael Pittman, RB.......................... Arizona Cardinals 7th (222nd)....... Chris Bayne, DB................................... Atlanta Falcons 7th (224th)........ Omar Stoutmire, CB............................ Dallas Cowboys 3rd (91st).......... Reggie Brown, FB..............................Seattle Seahawks 4th (114th)........ Charlie Jones, WR......................... San Diego Chargers 4th (132nd)....... Jahine Arnold, WR...........................Pittsburgh Steelers 5th (139th)........ David Dunn, WR.............................. Cincinnati Bengals 1ST (6TH)..............TRENT DILFER, QB............................ TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS 3rd (68th).......... Tydus Winans, WR..........................Philadelphia Eagles

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“Fresno State has a great tradition of producing quality NFL players,” said head coach Pat Hill who has coached two first round NFL picks in 13 years, including No. 1 overall pick David Carr. “We have had great success in preparing players for life after college, and for some special people that includes an opportunity to play in the NFL. It’s not our goal to prepare players for the NFL. Our goal is to have players get an education and graduate while playing at a very high level. Reaching the NFL is a great by-product of our program.”

3rd (101st)........ Malcolm Floyd, WR................................ Houston Oilers

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5th (151st)......... James Burton, CB...........................Kansas City Chiefs 6th (185th)........ Anthony Daigle, TB..........................Kansas City Chiefs 1993 4th (89th).......... Lorenzo Neal, FB............................New Orleans Saints 1992 2nd (33rd)......... Marquez Pope, FS......................... San Diego Chargers 5th (135th)........ Tony Brown, CB..................................... Houston Oilers 11th (296th)...... Mark Barsotti, QB................................. Miami Dolphins 1991 3rd (60th).......... Aaron Craver, RB.................................. Miami Dolphins 1990 1ST (16TH)............J.D. WILLIAMS, CB..............................................BUFFALO BILLS 2nd (33rd)......... Ron Cox, LB...........................................Chicago Bears 8th (220th)........ Dwight Pickens, FL....................... San Francisco 49ers 9th (224th)........ Terry Cook, DE......................... Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11th (304th)...... Myron Jones, FB........................... Los Angeles Raiders 1989 7th (190th)........ Tracy Rogers, LB................................... Houston Oilers 1988 5th (119th)........ Mike Withycombe, OT............................ New York Jets 11th (291st)....... Keith McCoy, CB.............................. Phoenix Cardinals 11th (298th)...... Jethro Franklin, DB................................ Houston Oilers 1987 3rd (84th).......... Stephen Baker, SE...............................New York Giants 6th (163rd)........ Gene Taylor, FL........................... New England Patriots 7th (180th)........ Kevin Sweeney, QB............................. Dallas Cowboys 8th (213th)........ Michael Stewart, SS........................ Los Angeles Rams 8th (217th)........ David Grayson, LB........................ San Francisco 49ers 1984 10th.................. Derrick Franklin, DB.............................. Atlanta Falcons 1983 2nd (32nd)........ Henry Ellard, WR.............................. Los Angeles Rams 1982 9th (224th)........ Tony Woodruff, WR.........................Philadelphia Eagles 12th (334th)...... Tim Washington, CB..................... San Francisco 49ers 1981 2nd (44th)......... Anthony Washington, CB.................Pittsburgh Steelers 1978 11th.................. Dean Jones, QB...................................Oakland Raiders 1977 11th.................. Bob Glazebrook, DB............................Oakland Raiders 1976 6th.................... Calvin Lane, DB............................. San Diego Chargers 14th.................. Calvin Young, TE..................................Oakland Raiders 1968 4th.................... Mike Freeman, DB............................ Minnesota Vikings 1964 4th.................... Len McNeil, OG...............................Pittsburgh Steelers 1961 7th.................... Dale Messer, HB........................... San Francisco 49ers

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.......................................................... NFL CONNECTION Most Draft Picks - By Year Picks Year 5 1994 5 1990 5 1987 4 2007 4 2002 3 2006 3 1996 3 1992 3 1988

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Most Draft Picks - By Position Position # of Picks Wide Receiver 15 Cornerback 10 Offensive Line 6 Running Back 6 Quarterback 6 Safety 6 Linebacker 6 Defensive Line 5 Defensive Back 4 Fullback 3 Tight End 2

Last Drafted (Round) Team 2012-Devon Wylie (4th) Chiefs 2007-Marcus McCauley (3rd) Vikings 2011-Andrew Jackson (7th) Falcons 2010-Ryan Mathews (1st) Chargers 2009-Tom Brandstater (6th) Broncos 2006-Tyrone Culver (6th) Packers 2003-Sam Williams (3rd) Raiders 2011-Chris Carter (5th) Steelers 1984-Derrick Franklin (10th) Falcons 1996-Reggie Brown (3rd) Seahawks 2009-Bear Pascoe 49ers

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BEAR PASCOE AND DAVID CARR 2012 SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS NEW YORK GIANTS

Team # of Picks Pittsburgh Steelers 5 San Francisco 49ers 5 Tennessee Titans 5 Kansas City Chiefs 4 Atlanta Falcons 4 San Diego Chargers 4 Oakland Raiders 4 Cincinnati Bengals 3 Buffalo Bills 3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3 New England Patriots 3 St. Louis Rams 3 Minnesota Vikings 2 Chicago Bears 2 New York Jets 2 Seattle Seahawks 2 Arizona Cardinals 2 Dallas Cowboys 2 Philadelphia Eagles 2 Miami Dolphins 2 Denver Broncos 1 Carolina Panthers 1 Green Bay Packers 1 Houston Texans 1 New Orleans Saints 1 New York Giants 1

Last Round (Pick) 2011-Chris Carter 5th (162) 2009-Bear Pascoe 6th (184) 2007-Paul Williams 3rd (78) 2012-Devon Wylie 4th (107) 2011-Andrew Jackson 7th (210) 2010-Ryan Mathews 1st (12) 2003-Sam Williams 3rd (83) 2008-Jason Shirley 5th (145) 2007-Dwayne Wright 4th (111) 2007-Chris Denman 7th (214) 2005-Logan Mankins 1st (32) 1990-Myron Jones (LA Rams) 11th (304) 2007-Marcus McCauley 3rd (72) 2004-Bernard Berrian 3rd (78) 2002-Alan Harper 4th (121) 2001-Orlando Huff 4th (104) 1998-Michael Pittman 4th (95) 1997-Omar Stoutmire 7th (224) 1994-Tydus Winans 3rd (68) 1992-Mark Barsotti 11th (296) 2009-Tom Brandstater 6th (174) 2006-Richard Marshall 2nd (58) 2006-Tyrone Culver 6th (185) 2002-David Carr 1st (1) 1993-Lorenzo Neal 4th (89) 1987-Stephen Baker 3rd (84)

Most Draft Picks - By Round # of Picks Last Drafted Team 11 Devon Wylie, 2011 Chiefs 11 Marcus McCauley, 2007 Vikings 9 Andrew Jackson, 2010 Falcons 7 Tom Brandstater, 2009 Broncos 6 Chris Carter, 2010 Steelers 6 Mark Barsotti, 1992 Dolphins 5 Ryan Mathews, 2009 Chargers 5 Richard Marshall, 2006 Panthers 3 Dwight Pickens, 1990 49ers 2 Terry Cook, 1990 Buccaneers 1 Derrick Franklin, 1984 Falcons 1 Tim Washington, 1982 49ers 1 Calvin Young, 1976 Raiders 0 -- --

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Adams, Mark; SS............Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1991 Ajirotutu, Seyi: WR........ San Diego Chargers, 2010, 2011 Alexander, Andre; FL.Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1989-90 ...................................... NY-NJ Knights (WLAF), 1991-92 Allen, Curtis; SS.Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1985 Anabo, Jon; QB.......................... Cleveland Browns, 1963 Arellanes, Jim; QB...................... Seattle Seahawks, 1997 ............................................... San Francisco (XFL), 2001 ................................................. Los Angeles Rams, 1993 .................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1994 Arnold, Jahine; WR............. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1996-98 ................................................ Green Bay Packers, 1999 Baker, Stephen; SE................. New York Giants, 1987-93 ................................................. Los Angeles Rams, 1993 .................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1994 Banks, Devon; CB........................... Chicago Bears, 2002 Banks, Cornell.............................Baltimore, Ravens 2011 Banister, Ross; HB........ Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1968 Barrett, Jan; E.......................... Green Bay Packers, 1963 ...................................... Oakland Raiders (AFL), 1963-64 Barsotti, Mark; QB......................... Miami Dolphins, 1992 .....................................................B.C. Lions (CFL), 1992 Bartlewski, Rich; TE............... Los Angeles Raiders, 1990 ...................................................... Atlanta Falcons, 1991 ...................................... Montreal Machine (WLAF), 1992 ..................................................... Dallas Cowboys, 1992 Bayne, Chris; DB.......................Atlanta Falcons, 1997-98 Belli, Barry; K.............................Minnesota Vikings, 1988 ............................................ New England Patriots, 1989 ............................................... San Diego Chargers, 1990 ........................................... NY-NJ Knights (WLAF), 1991 Berrian, Bernard, WR................. Chicago Bears, 2004-07 ....................................... Minnesota Vikings, 2008-10-11 Bishop, Sonny; G........... San Diego Chargers (AFL), 1962 ..................................................... Dallas Cowboys, 1963 ..................................................Houston Oilers, 1964-69 Blacksill, John; C....... Los Angeles Express (USFL), 1983 Boreham, Gary; WR................ San Diego Chargers, 1971 Borjas, Phil; DB.....................Portland Storm (WFL), 1973 Brandstater, Tom; QB............... Denver Broncos, 2009-10 .................................................Miami Dolphins, 2010-11 ..................................................... Dallas Cowboys, 2011 Braxton, Emery; CB................... Cincinnati Bengals, 1992 ............................................... B.C. Lions (CFL), 1992-93 Brooks, Bobby; LB.................. Oakland Raiders, 1999-01 Brown, Doug; T......................... Los Angeles Rams, 1962 ........................................... Oakland Raiders (AFL), 1964 Brown, Reggie; FB................ Seattle Seahawks, 1996-01 Brown, Tony; CB........................Houston Oilers, 1992-94 ............................................. Seattle Seahawks, 1994-96 ....................................... Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1997 Burley, Nick; DE..................... Tennessee Titans, 2003-04 .......................................................St. Louis Rams, 2004 Buckert, Jay; E........................... Cleveland Browns, 1962 Burgess, Bob; C................................. Detroit Lions, 1942 Burnett, Victor; DE....................St. Louis Cardinals, 1986 ......................................... San Francisco 49ers, 1987-88 Burton, James; CB....................Kansas City Chiefs, 1994 .................................................. Chicago Bears, 1994-97 Carr, David; QB........................ Houston Texans, 2002-06 .................................................. Carolina Panthers, 2007 ............................................... New York Giants, 2008-09 .............................................. San Francisco 49ers, 2010 .................................................... New York Giants, 2011 Carr, Gary; WR.......................... Los Angeles Rams, 1982 ....................................... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983 Carter, Beau; QB....................... Los Angeles Rams, 1964

Carter, Chris; LB........................ Pittsburgh Steelers 2011 Carter, Ed; OT......................... San Diego Chargers, 1983 Clutts, Tyler; DE......................... Cleveland Browns, 2011 Colburn, Ryan; QB.................. New Orleans Saints, 2011 Collins, Ron; OT..................... San Francisco 49ers, 1994 ..............................................Jacksonville Jaguars, 1995 ................................... Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF), 1996-97 Conrad, Chris; OT............... Pittsburgh Steelers, 1998-99 Cook, Terry; DE.................. Tampa Bay Buccaneers,1990 ........................................Orlando Thunder (WLAF), 1991 Cooper, Taylor; CB...... Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1991-92 Cordle, Steve; DB....................... Seattle Seahawks, 1982 ..................................... Montreal Concordes (CFL), 1983 Costello, Rocky; K......................... Denver Broncos, 1984 ............................................... San Diego Chargers, 1985 ............................................ Washington Redskins, 1986 Cotten, Glen; WR...................... Los Angeles Rams, 1976 ................................................ Denver Broncos, 1995-96 ..........................................San Diego Chargers, 1997-98 .......................................... New Orleans Saints, 1999-01 ........................................... Green Bay Packers, 1996-97 Cox, Ron; LB........................ Chicago Bears, 1990-95, 98 Craver, Aaron; RB......................Miami Dolphins, 1991-94 ................................................ Denver Broncos, 1995-96 ..........................................San Diego Chargers, 1997-98 .......................................... New Orleans Saints, 1999-01 Cross, Ron; FS................................... Detroit Lions, 1985 Crump, Dwayne; RB............ St. Louis Cardinals, 1973-76 Culver, Tyrone; S...................... Green Bay Packers, 2006 ............................................Miami Dolphins, 2008-10-11 Daigle, Anthony; TB..................Kansas City Chiefs, 1994 ........................................... Pittsburgh Steelers, 1994-95 ................................................. Cincinnati Bengals, 1996 .................................. Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1977-78 Darrow, Scott; K..................... Los Angeles Raiders, 1983 Day, Keith; WR..........................St. Louis Cardinals, 1982 Day, Monte; T.................................. Chicago Bears, 1964 Deck, Lawrence; CB.Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 2001-04 Denman, Chris; OT....... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2007-08 ............................................................Buffalo Bills, 2009 Dilfer, Trent; QB............ Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1994-99 ...................................................Baltimore Ravens, 2000 ............................................. Seattle Seahawks, 2001-05 ......................................... San Francisco 49ers, 2006-07 Dittenbir, Eddie; FB........ New York Yankees (APFL), 1937 Dugan, Chris; TE.Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1993 Dunn, David; WR..................Cincinnati Bengals ,1995-97 ................................................ Pittsburgh Steelers, 1998 .................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1999 ............................................... Oakland Raiders, 2000-01 Dunn, Desia.................................Arizona Cardinals, 2011 Edwards, Demetrius; DL................ Dallas Cowboys, 1995 .......................... Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1995 .................................... Barcelona Dragons (WLAF), 1996 Ellard, Henry; WR................. Los Angeles Rams, 1983-93 ................................... Washington Redskins, 1994-1998 Erdman, Jack; DB........................... Chicago Bears, 1970 Fanucchi, Ledio; T......................Chicago Cardinals, 1954 Figueroa, Fred; FB................... New Orleans Saints, 1968 Fellows, Jackie; QB...................... New York Giants, 1946 Fernandez, Joe; WR................... Seattle Seahawks, 2007 Fletcher, Lafayette; TB..............Kansas City Chiefs, 1984 Floyd, Malcolm; WR...................Houston Oilers, 1994-97 Fontenot, Therrian; CB............... Green Bay Packer, 2006 .................................................. Cleveland Browns, 2007 Foust, Mike; OT......................... Cincinnati Bengals, 1990 ........................................Orlando Thunder (WLAF), 1991

.............................................. San Francisco 49ers, 1992 Fox, Vernon; SS.................San Diego Chargers, 2002-03 ..................................................... Detroit Lions, 2004-06 ....................................... Washington Redskins, 2006-07 ................................................ Denver Broncos, 2008-09 Freeman, Mike; DB.....................Minnesota Vikings, 1968 Franklin, Derrick; DB...................... Atlanta Falcons, 1984 Franklin, Jethro; DE......................... Houston Oilers, 1988 ............................................. Seattle Seahawks, 1989-90 ...................................................... Atlanta Falcons, 1969 Frazier, Curtis; CB..................... Cincinnati Bengals, 1968 Gaines, Paris; RB.......................... Denver Broncos, 2002 Gardenhire, Allen; WR..............Philadelphia Eagles, 1989 Garner, Bob; RB................... Los Angeles Chargers, 1960 ............................................... Oakland Raiders, 1961-63 Garzoni, Mike; HB........................ New York Giants, 1942 Gass, A.J.; LB.....................Edmonton Eskimos, 1998-02 Gatrell, Rob; OG.............. New England Patriots, 2000-02 Gilson, Ray; DL............................. Dallas Cowboys, 1976 Glazebrook, Bob; DB.............. Oakland Raiders, 1977-78 .................................................Atlanta Falcons, 1979-83 Glover, Clyde; DT........ Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1984-86 ......................................... San Francisco 49ers, 1987-89 ............................................................Buffalo Bills, 1990 Gooch, Keith; DB.................... B.C. Lions (CFL), 1984-89 Grayson, David; LB................. San Francisco 49ers,1987 .............................................Cleveland Browns, 1987-91 ..........................................San Diego Chargers, 1992-94 Greenwood, Sylvester; DE......... Los Angeles Rams, 1967 Griffin, Coutney; DB........Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1991 ............................................ Los Angeles Rams, 1992-94 Hall, Cory; DB......................Cincinnati Bengals, 1999-02 .................................................Atlanta Falcons, 2003-04 Hall, Kenny; OT........................ Denver Broncos, 1994-95 Hamler, Jamel............................... Denver Broncos, 2011 Handley, Dick; C............................. Baltimore Colts, 1947 Hannemann, Cliff; LB................ Los Angeles Rams, 1987 .................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1987 Hardwick, Jesse; OT............... San Diego Chargers, 1993 .......................................... Las Vegas Posse (CFL), 1994 Harper, Alan; DT..........................New York Jets, 2002-04 Harris, Carl Ray; DB...................... Dallas Cowboys, 1971 Harris, Lee; WR......................... Cincinnati Bengals, 1994 .................................................Kansas City Chiefs, 1994 Harris, Moses, SS...........................St. Louis Rams, 2010 Hayes, Gary; CB........ Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1981-83 .....................................................B.C. Lions (CFL), 1984 ........................................... Green Bay Packers, 1984-86 Henderson, Wyatt; WR.............. Los Angeles Rams, 1980 ............................................... San Diego Chargers, 1981 .................................. Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1982-83 ....................................... Jacksonville Bulls (USFL), 1984 .................................................. Indianapolis Colts, 1985 ................................ Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1986-92 Hernandez, Gary; P....................... Dallas Cowboys, 1977 Hooks, Delmo; LB........................ Oakland Raiders, 1981 ....................................... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983 Houston, Steve; OG........................... Detroit Lions, 1982 ....................................... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983 Huff, Orlando; LB.................. Seattle Seahawks, 2001-04 ..............................................Arizona Cardinals, 2005-07 Hunt, Erv; RB........................... Green Bay Packers, 1970 Jackson, Andrew; G....................... Atlanta Falcons, 2011 Jacobs, Ben; LB.......................... Cleveland Browns 2011 James, Jason; OL.......................... Miami Dolphins, 1995 ..................................... Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1996 Jefferson, A.J.; CB.................Arizona Cardinals, 2010-11

Jenkins, Damon; CB.............. Jennings, Adam; WR............. ............................................. Jones, Charlie; WR.............Sa Jones, Craig; TE........... San A Jones, Dean; QB................... Jones, Frank; WR............Edm Jones, Howard; DE............... ....................................... Oak Jones, Myron; FB.Los Angele Jones, Tommy; CB................ ............................................. ............................ Amsterdam Karraker, Rusty; P................. Kelley, Jack; HB.................... Kimbrough, Jaime; RB.......... Knocke, Bill; HB.................... Kobdish, Josh....................... Lane, Calvin; DB................... ............................................. Lee, Steve; LB........ Sacramen Leonard, Louis; DT................ ............................................. ............................................. ............................................. Long, Jim; FB........................ Lovely, Ken; RB..................... Malone, Robert; P............ Jac Mancini, Mike; P.................... ............................................. ............................................. Masini, Mickey; RB............ Sa ............................................. Mankins, Logan; OG.. New En Marshall, Richard; CB........... ............................................. Mathews, Ryan; RB............Sa Mathis, Wendell; RB.............. Mattox, Jack; T..................... McCauley, Marcus; CB.......... ............................................. ............................................ McCoy, Keith; CB....Phoenix ..................................... Calga ........................................ Fra McIntrye, Garrett; LB............. McKnight, Matt; FS............... McNeil, Len; OG.................... Means, Kelvin, WR............... ................................ Hamilto Messer, Dale; HB............... Sa Michael, Rodney; OL............. Miller, Lonyae, RB................. Mince, Mike; DB.................... Mitchell, Dennis; DB.............. Moffitt, Mike; TE.................. G ............................................. Molich, Jim; E....................... Molle, Kevin; OT..........Saska ............................................. ................................Calgary Moore, Marlon; WR............... Mooshagian, Steve; WR.Los A Mosley, Anthony; FB............. ......................................... Lo Moulton, Denny; WR............. Muhammed, Steve; CB.........

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............New York Jets, 2008 .....Atlanta Falcons, 2006-08 ......... Detroit Lions, 2008-10 an Diego Chargers, 1996-99 Antonio Riders (WLAF), 1991 ........ Oakland Raiders, 1978 monton Eskimos (CFL), 1992 .........B.C. Lions (CFL), 1984 kland Invaders (USFL), 1983 es Raiders (304th pick), 1990 ......... Dallas Cowboys, 1994 ..Ottawa RoughRiders, 1994 m Admirals (WLAF), 1996-97 .. San Francisco 49ers, 1984 ........ New York Giants, 1946 .. San Francisco 49ers, 1999 .... Green Bay Packers, 1964 .. San Francisco 49ers, 1999 ... San Diego Chargers, 1976 .........B.C. Lions (CFL), 1977 nto Gold Miners (CFL), 1993 ...........St. Louis Rams, 2007 .Cleveland Browns, 2007-09 . Carolina Panthers, 2009-10 ......... Denver Broncos, 2011 .. San Francisco 49ers, 1964 ......... Dallas Cowboys, 1981 cksonville Jaguars, 2010-11 .. San Francisco 49ers, 1986 .... Pittsburgh Steelers, 1987 .............. Detroit Lions, 1987 an Francisco 49ers, 1947-48 ..... Los Angeles Rams, 1948 ngland Patriots, 2005-10-11 . Carolina Panthers, 2006-10 .......Arizona Cardinals, 2011 an Diego Chargers, 2010-11 ......Minnesota Vikings, 2006 .... Denver Broncos, 1961-62 .Minnesota Vikings, 2007-09 ... New Orleans Saints, 2009 Washington Redskins, 2010 Cardinals (291st pick), 1988 ary Stampeders (CFL), 1989 ankfurt Galaxy (WLAF), 1991 ............New York Jets, 2011 ........... Houston Oilers, 1983 .... Pittsburgh Steelers, 1964 New England Patriots, 1992 on Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1993-96 an Francisco 49ers, 1961-65 ...... Indianapolis Colts, 2003 ....Dallas Cowboys, 2010-11 ........ New York Giants, 1979 ......... Dallas Cowboys, 1985 Green Bay Packers, 1986-87 ...... Indianapolis Colts, 1988 .............. Detroit Lions, 1946 tchewan Roughriders (CFL), ..................... 1983, 1986-89 Stampeders (CFL), 1983-85 .....Miami Dolphins, 2010-11 Angeles Express (USFL), 1983 ...... Chicago Bears, 1987-88 os Angeles Raiders, 1989-90 .....Kansas City Chiefs, 1968 . Indianapolis Colts, 1999-01

Neal, Lorenzo; FB............... New Orleans Saints, 1993-96 ...................................................New York Jets, 1997-98 ......................................... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1998 .............................................. Tennessee Titans, 1999-00 ............................................Cincinnati Bengals, 2001-02 ..........................................San Diego Chargers, 2003-07 .................................................... Oakland Raiders, 2009 Neville, Tom; OT......................... Seattle Seahawks, 1985 ............................ Green Bay Packers, 1986-88, 1992-93 .................................................Kansas City Chiefs, 1990 ......................................... San Francisco 49ers, 1992-94 Nicolopulos, Craig; LB.............Philadelphia Eagles, 1982 Novacek, Bump; TE.................. Cincinnati Bengals, 1990 ............................................................Buffalo Bills, 1990 O’Leary, John; LB...................... Los Angeles Rams, 1988 Pacheco, Chris; NG................... Los Angeles Rams, 1986 .....................................................B.C. Lions (CFL), 1987 Paige, Stephone; WR.......... Kansas City Chiefs, 1983-92 ..................................................Minnesota Vikings, 1993 Papac, Nick; QB............................ Dallas Cowboys, 1961 .................................................... Oakland Raiders, 1961 Pascoe, Bear; TE............... San Francisco 49ers, 2009-10 .................................................... New York Giants, 2011 Petersen, George; LB................Kansas City Chiefs, 1987 Petrucci, Vince; K.......................... Dallas Cowboys, 1979 Phillips, Herbie; FB........................ Dallas Cowboys, 1971 Pickens, Dwight; FL............... San Francisco 49ers, 1990 ...............................San Antonio Riders (WLAF), 1991-92 .................................................Kansas City Chiefs, 1991 Pittman, Michael; RB..............Arizona Cardinals, 1998-01 .................................... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2002-08 ..................................................... Denver Broncos, 2009 Philpott, Dean; FB......................Chicago Cardinals, 1958 Plump, Dave; RB.................... San Francisco 49ers, 1965 ...................................... San Diego Chargers (AFL), 1966 .....................................................B.C. Lions (CFL), 1967 Pollock, Brent; OG...Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1990-91 Pope, Marquez; FS.............San Diego Chargers, 1992-93 ................................................. Los Angeles Rams, 1994 ......................................... San Francisco 49ers, 1995-98 .................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1999 ............................................... Oakland Raiders, 2000-01 Popelar, Lou; OT....................... Los Angeles Rams, 1960 Porter, Brian; CB.............. Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1994 Rachal, Latario; WR.. Amsterdam Admirals (WLAF), 1997 ..........................................San Diego Chargers, 1997-98 Ramsey, Greg; DE.....................St. Louis Cardinals, 1987 .................................................. Seattle Seahawks, 1987 Riley, Marcus; LB..................... Green Bay Packers, 2008 Rippentrop, Bob; LB.... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1979-80 .......................................... New Orleans Saints, 1981-82 Rix, Zack; NG................... Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1993 .......................................... Las Vegas Posse (CFL), 1994 Rivers, Ron; RB....................... San Diego Chargers, 1994 ..................................................... Detroit Lions, 1994-98 ...................................................... Atlanta Falcons, 2000 Roberson, Brian; WR............... New York Giants, 1997-98 ................................. San Francisco Demons (XFL), 2001 Roberts, Jeff; P...........................Arizona Cardinals, 1999 Robinson, Bryan; DT................. St. Louis Rams, 1997-98 .................................................. Chicago Bears, 1999-03 ...................................................... Miami Dolphins, 2004 ............................................Cincinnati Bengals, 2005-07 ..............................................Arizona Cardinals, 2008-10 Rodriquez, Maurice; LB.............Kansas City Chiefs, 2002 .......................................................St. Louis Rams, 2003 Rogers, Darryl; E....................... Los Angeles Rams, 1955

Rogers, Tracy; LB............................ Houston Oilers, 1989 ........................................... Kansas City Chiefs, 1990-97 Sams, Tierre; CB....................... Cincinnati Bengals, 2002 Sanders, James; SS... New England Patriots, 2005-10-11 Scambray, Scott; TE................... Seattle Seahawks, 1981 Schey, Joe; OT..................... New England Patriots, 2003 Scott, Billy;OL.................. Shreveport Pirates (CFL), 1994 Serfas, Nick; DE................. Las Vegas Posse (CFL), 1994 Sherman, Ray; DB.................... Green Bay Packers, 1973 Shugart, Craig; TE................ New England Patriots, 1985 Shelley, Stephen; SE............... San Diego Chargers, 1990 .......................................Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1991 Shelton, David; DB.... Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1990-94 Shirley, Jason; OG...........Cincinnati Bengals, 2008-10-11 Smith, Brock; WR................... Los Angeles Raiders, 1988 ................................Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1989-90 .............................. Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL), 1991-92 Smith, Clifton; RB......... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2008-10 Smith, Roger; WR............ Washington Redskins, 1964-67 ................................................Philadelphia Eagles, 1968 Spach, Stephen; TE........... Philadelphia Eagles, 2005-06 ..................................................Minnesota Vikings, 2006 ....................................... New England Patriots, 2007-08 ........................................ Arizona Cardinals, 2008-10-11 Spencer, Kevin; WR..................Philadelphia Eagles, 1977 Stahl, John; T..................................... Detroit Lions, 1969 Steevens, John; C................ New England Patriots, 1985 .............................................. San Francisco 49ers, 1986 Stewart, Jason; DT............... Indianapolis Colts, DT, 2003 Stewart, Michael; SS............ Los Angeles Rams, 1987-93 .................................................Miami Dolphins, 1994-97 Stoutmire, Omar; CB................Dallas Cowboys, 1997-98 ........................................................New York Jets, 1999 ............................................... New York Giants, 2000-04 ............................................ Washington Redskins, 2005 .......................................... New Orleans Saints, 2006-09 ............................................ Washington Redskins, 2010 Sweeney, Kevin; QB.................Dallas Cowboys, 1987-88 .............................................. San Francisco 49ers, 1989 ...................................... Montreal Machine (WLAF), 1991 Taylor, Gene; FL................... New England Patriots, 1987 .................................... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1987-88 .............................................. San Francisco 49ers, 1989 ................................................. Los Angeles Rams, 1990 .................................... Barcelona Dragons (WLAF), 1991 .................................................Kansas City Chiefs, 1992 .............................. Sacramento Gold Miners (CFL), 1993 Tedford, Jeff; QB...... Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL), 1983-85 ................................Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1986-87 ............................ Sakatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1987 ............................... Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1988 Thomas, Lavale; FB...................Kansas City Chiefs, 1986 ........................................... Green Bay Packers, 1987-88 Thompson, Marty; TE.................... Detroit Lions, 1993-94 ............................................... New Orleans Saints, 1995 Torosian, Ted; FB..................................Buffalo Bills, 1982 .................................. Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983-84 Volek, Billy; QB....................... Tennessee Titans, 2000-06 .................................... San Diego Chargers, 2007-10-11 Walker, Mike; DE.................. New England Patriots, 1988 Ward, Derrick; RB.................... New York Giants, 2004-08 .................................... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2009-10 Washington, Anthony; CB... Pittsburgh Steelers, 1981-82 ....................................... Washington Redskins, 1983-85 .................................... Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1985-86 Washington, Tim; CB.............. San Francisco 49ers, 1982 .................................................Kansas City Chiefs, 1983

....................................... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1984 .......................... Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL), 1984 .................................................. Indianapolis Colts, 1985 Watson, Sam; SS............. Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1994 Wayte, Billy; RB............... Montreal Alouettes (CFL), 1960 Weaver, Gary; LB..................... Oakland Raiders, 1973-74 ................................................ Green Bay Packers, 1975 Wells, Rio; DB...............Edmonton Eskimoes (CFL), 1999 Wendell, Ryan; C........ New England Patriots, 2008-10-11 Wender, Jack; RB.............. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1977 West, Chastin; WR.............. Green Bay Packers, 2010-11 White, Del; LB.......................... Denver Broncos, 1977-78 Whiteside, Mike; WR....... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1984 Wicker, Paul; OG........................... Dallas Cowboys, 1963 Wiggins, Kenny; OT................ San Francisco 49ers, 2011 Wilburn, Fred; CB....................... Phoenix Cardinals, 1988 .................................................. Seattle Seahawks, 1989 Wilkerson, Jay; LB.................... Los Angeles Rams, 1988 Williams, James; TB................... Seattle Seahawks, 1987 .............................................. Los Angeles Raiders, 1988 Williams, J.D.; CB.......................... Buffalo Bills, 1990-93 Williams, J.R.; C........................... New York Giants, 1963 ............................................... B.C. Lions (CFL), 1964-65 Williams, Paul; WR................. Tennessee Titans, 2007-10 ..................................................... Houston Texans, 2011 Williams, Payton; CB.................. Indianapolis Colts, 2000 ........................................... Pittsburgh Steelers, 2001-02 Williams, Sam; LB................... Oakland Raiders, 2003-10 Williams, Wendell; DB.Edmonton Eskimos (CFL), 1981-82 .....................................................B.C. Lions (CFL), 1983 ................................... Toronto Argonauts (CFL), 1984-86 Williamson, Greg; CB................ Los Angeles Rams, 1987 ............................................ New England Patriots, 1988 Willis, Larry; SE........................ Denver Broncos, 1985-86 ................................Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1986-89 ............................................... B.C. Lions (CFL), 1990-91 .......................... Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL), 1992-94 Wilsey, Bill; G........................... Pittsburgh Steelers, 1967 Withycombe, Mike; OT................New York Jets, 1988-90 ........................................Orlando Thunder (WLAF), 1991 ..........................................San Diego Chargers, 1990-92 ............................................Cincinnati Bengals, 1992-93 .................................................. Cleveland Browns, 1994 ...................................................... Baltimore (CFL), 1995 ............................................... San Diego Chargers, 1997 Winans, Tydus; WR......... Washington Redskins, 1994-96 .................................................Kansas City Chiefs, 1997 Woodruff, Tony; WR........... Philadelphia Eagles, 1982-85 .............................................. San Francisco 49ers, 1986 ................................Calgary Stampeders (CFL), 1986-87 ............................................... New Orleans Saints, 1987 Worrell, Cameron; FS................. Chicago Bears, 2003-06 .................................................Miami Dolphins, 2007-08 ....................................................... Chicago Bears, 2009 Wright, Dwayne, RB.............................Buffalo Bills, 2008 .................................................... New York Giants, 2009 ................................................Philadelphia Eagles, 2010 Wright, Rodney; WR.............................Buffalo Bills, 2002 .................................................Kansas City Chiefs, 2009 .............................................. San Fransisco 49ers, 2010 Yancy, Billy; DB......................... Los Angeles Rams, 1978 ....................................... Oakland Invaders (USFL), 1983 ..................................... Pittsburgh Maulers (USFL), 1984 Young, Calvin; TE......................... Oakland Raiders, 1976 Young, Roger; DB.................... San Diego Chargers, 1968

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FRESNO STATE 27, ARKANSAS STATE 26

FRESNO STATE 3, HAWAII 0

DRAKE 13, FRESNO STATE 12

Jan. 1, 1941 • Honolulu, Hawaii

Jan. 1, 1946 • Fresno, Calif.

Scoring By Quarters

Scoring By Quarters

Fresno State 0 0 0 3 – 3 Hawaii 0 0 0 0 – 0

Drake 6 0 0 7 – 13 Fresno State 0 6 0 6 – 12

Scoring Summary

Scoring Summary

Dec. 25, 1937 • Los Angeles, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

Fresno State 0 7 7 13 – 27 Arkansas State 0 7 7 12 – 26

Scoring Summary FS

Toby Heeb, 6 yard pass from Ken Gleason (Ray Sturgill

kick)

ASU ASU FS

Rabbit Burnett, 16 yard run (C. Turtner kick) Peewee Montgomery, 4 yard run (Turner kick) Granny Holbrook, 10 yard pass from Gleason (Sturgill

Kick)

FS ASU FS ASU

Heeb, 15 yard run (kick failed) Turner, 18 yard pass from Burnett (kick failed) Holbrook, 7 yard run (Sturgill kick) Montgomery, 85 yard kickoff return (kick blocked) Attendance: 5,000

LOS ANGELES – In a benefit charity bowl aiding the

Under Privileged Children’s Milk Fund of Los Angeles, the Bulldogs spent Christmas day battling through a game filed with deadlocked scores, intricate passing and a strong running game. Before 5,000 roaring fans in Gilmore Stadium, Los Angeles, the Fresno State College Bulldogs clinched a last second 27-26 victory over the Arkansas State College Teachers (ASU Bears) from Conway Arkansas. Fresno State jumped out with an early 7-0 lead in the first period starting from the 47-yard line and scoring with an acrobatic catch by Toby Heeb from quarterback Ken Gleason. ASU answered, ending the first half 7-7. The final half of the game started with a quick seven for ASU as Montgomery crossed into the endzone standing up after a nearly 35-yard drive. Down by seven, the Bulldogs took the ball at the 17-yard line beginning an offensive attack that resulted in a seven point boost with a touchdown from Granville Holbrook and an extra point from Ray Sturgill. Tied at 14-14 the fourth quarter opened with a 35yard punt return placing the ball on Fresno’s 41. The offense did not stop there as the Bulldogs ran the ball 59 yards to score. The extra point went wide putting Fresno State up 20-14. The Bears yet again retaliated tying the game 20-20 with a 65-yard drive and an endzone trip by Turner. The extra point edged ASU once again on par with the Bulldogs. Fresno State found their way on top scoring their fourth touchdown by Holbrook on a 33-yard run and successfully placing the extra point. Arkansas State would not give up as the game minutes were diminishing. Returning the kickoff, Bears’ Montgomery faked a pass to teammate Burnett and ran an 85-yard touchdown. Threatening to tie the game, the Bulldogs’ Frank McClurg blocked the kick securing a onepoint Fresno State lead that would determine the Bulldogs’ first-ever bowl game victory.

FS

Dale Mickelwait, 18 yard FG Attendance: 22,000

HONOLULU – The Bulldogs traveled to Honolulu to play before 22,000 wind-blown and rowdy spectators in the Pineapple Bowl. Matching up against the Hawai’i Rainbows, the Bulldogs found the needed three-point difference early in the fourth quarter to seal the Fresno State victory. The ‘Dogs produced the three-point game spread off a Dale Mickelwait 18-yard field goal held by Lloyd Leest. The Pineapple Bowl gamewinner marked the second time Micklewait booted the Bulldogs to victory this season. He secured the extra point conversion against Nevada to push the Bulldogs to a 7-6 triumph. The 3-0 score is a misleading summary of the game considering both teams had several empty scoring attempts and the Bulldogs and Rainbows gained at least 200 yards apiece. Both teams found themselves with penalty problems - Hawai’i lost 40 yards and the Bulldogs dropped 55, but fumble action was fairly clean as Hawai’i created the game’s one and only loose ball. Hawai’i held the Bulldogs twice within their five-yard line before Fresno State broke the three-quarter scoreless streak. Team Stats

FS UH First Downs 12 15 Rushing Yds. 208 197 Passing Yds. 17 66 Punts/Avg. 8/36 6/34 Fumbles 0 1 Yards Penalized 55 40 Individual Stats - Unavailable

Team Stats

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FRESNO, Calif. – Ratcliff Stadium and the Fresno State Bulldogs played host to 10,000 fans and the Drake Bulldogs for the first-ever Raisin Bowl. Fresno State led for most of the game entering the fourth quarter with a 12-6 spread over Drake. With only 6:30 remaining in the game the Bulldogs opted not to utilize their successful running game, but instead went to their passing game on the second down. To quarterback Mel Gustafson’s dismay, the pass did not find Bulldog hands but was interrupted by Drake guard Ralph Gruben who advanced the ball to the FS 24-yard line. The following play proved fatal for Fresno State as Drake’s halfback Jake Coupe connected a pass to Charles McDowell who ran the ball in from the 1-yard line. Jim Baer converted for the final point need to defeat the Bulldogs 13-12. Fresno State found six of their total points in the first half, but not until after the Drake ‘Dogs sent their first seven to the scoreboard. Down by six, the Bulldogs opened the second quarter with an impressive offensive drive. Jack Kelley produced a 19-yard running touchdown play on a double-reverse crossing into the endzone standing. With a failed field goal attempt the score stood at 6-6 heading into the half. Opening the final period, FS scored when Louis Papac received a shallow Drake punt on the Drake 44. Papac pulled defenders to his right then reversed his motion to hustle the ball all the way to the Drake 1-yard line where Hobza knocked him out of bounds. Gustafson was credited with the TD bulldozing into the endzone to score. Taylor’s kick soared wide, but the ‘Dogs were on top again leading 13-7. With less than seven minutes remaining, the game appeared to be wrapped up, but the Bulldogs could not foresee the fatal intercepted pass that would put the game away for good. Team Stats

FS ASU Fumbles 8 1 Passes A-C 11-7 21-7 First Downs 19 9 Individual Stats - Unavailable

1937

DU Wallace Rooker, 1 yard run (kick failed) FS Jack Kelley, 19 yard run (kick blocked) FS Mel Gustafson, 1 yard run (kick failed) DU Charles McDowell, 24 yard pass from Jack Coupe (Jim Baer kick) Attendance: 10,000

FS Drake First Downs 9 9 Rushing Yds. 163 155 Punts/Avg. 13/32.4 8/28.6 Fumbles 1 6 Individual Stats - Unavailable

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Team Stats FS BG

Nov. 23, 1961 • Los Angeles, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

Fresno State 3 7 20 6 – 36 Bowling Green 0 6 0 0 – 6

17 23 133 108 22-11-3 43-22-1 4/34 4/32 4-20 7-75 5 1

Individual Stats

Scoring Summary FS BG FS FS FS FS FS

Nick Masich, 29 yard FG Ray Bell, 2 yard run (kick failed) Jan Barrett, 45 yard pass from Beau Carter ((Masich kick) Bruce Seifert, 1 yard run (Masich kick) Barrett, 23 yard pass from Carter (kick failed) Carter, 4 yard run (Masich kick) Carter, 8 yard run (pass failed) Attendance: 33,146

LOS ANGELES – In remembrance of the 17 Cal Poly football players killed in a plane crash following a Bowling Green vs. Cal Poly game a year earlier, Fresno State and Bowling Green matched up for the Mercy Bowl Classic to raise money for the surviving widows and children and to dedicate a memorial in their honor. Before a then record breaking crowd of 33,145, the Bulldogs and Falcons raised $200,000 as they played what would become known as one of the greatest victories in Bulldog head coach Cecil Coleman’s career. Six point underdogs entering the game, the Bulldogs surprised everyone but themselves in a trouncing 36-6 victory over Bowling Green ending the Bulldogs’ unblemished season with a 10-0 record. With a passing attack that would not, or could not be stopped, the Bulldogs trailed only once in the game defeating what was known as the fourth ranked team in the nation in total defense with their relentless air-strike. The Bulldogs scored the next five touchdowns, breaking numerous school records and grabbing six interceptions to soundly win the game. Bulldog Bruce Seifert scored a TD on a 1-yard run to start the third period. Masich gained a Bulldog point on the conversion. Ahead 17-6, the Bulldogs passed over the grounded Falcons, a 23-yard strike from Carter to Barrett in the endzone. Although the extra point failed, the ‘Dogs moved further out of reach. On a 4-yard run Carter scored the final TD of the 20-point third quarter. Masich’s extra point pushed the Bulldog spread to 30-6. Carter found himself on a final 8-yard scoring run for the ‘Dogs in the fourth, his second TD for the game. With the failed extra point attempt the Bulldogs retired the game 36-6. Fresno State Lineups

Offense — LE Jay Buckert, LT Monte Day, LG Bill Laughlin, C Don Brockett, RG Jack Bohan, RE Jan Faris, QB Jon Anabo, LH Herman Hamp, RH Bill Kendrick, RB Bruce Seifert.

Mercy Bowl 1

Rushing Bowling Green

Att.

Heoner Bell Potts Lisbon Hartshorn R. Reynolds Jonior Tunnoll Ruggero

13 42 7 28 3 1 2 10 3 9 2 2 3 22 1 -5 1 2

Fresno State

Att.

Carter Kendrick Morris Maslch Hamp Selfert Sanderson Allen Ward Anabo Knocke

7 32 5 16 3 10 2 6 4 11 5 12 1 -5 2 5 1 3 1 10 1 0

Passing Bowling Green

A-C-I

Potts Heoner Fearnside

17-9-2 0 155 3-1-1 0 21 2-1-0 0 32

Fresno State

A-C-I

Anabo Carter Stockton

13-8-0 0 120 28-14-1 2 248 2-0-0 0 0

Receiving Bowling Green

Yds.

L. Smith R. Reynolds Lisbon Weaver Hepner

69 0 50 0 34 0 38 0 17 0

Fresno State

Yds.

Barrett Houser Buckert Hamp Farls Morris Folgerstrom Allen

161 2 71 0 45 0 45 0 12 0 2 0 13 0 17 0

Yds.

Yds.

TD

TD

Yds.

Yds.

TD

TD

BOWLS

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First Downs Rushing Yds. Passing A-C-1 Punts/Avg. Penalties-Yds. Fumbles

165


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FOOTB

CAMELLIA BOWL

MERCY BOWL 2

HUMBOLDT STATE 29, FRESNO STATE 14

CAL STATE FULLERTON 17, FRESNO STATE 14

Scoring By Quarters

Scoring By Quarters

Scoring Summary

Scoring Summary

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The eighth annual Camellia Bowl, played in a muddy Hughes Stadium in Sacramento, Calif., produced a Fresno State defeat as the Bulldogs fell to the Humboldt State Lumberjacks 29-14. Blocking three Lumberjack kicks would generally predict a Fresno State win, but the Bulldogs’ 12 turnovers, seven intercepted passes and five fumbles made up the difference. The California Collegiate Athletic Association champion Bulldogs’ effort was stunted even more with out-of-service phone communication between the press box coaching staff and field staff. Despite the confusion, the Bulldogs opened the scoring by Tony Welch blocking a Lumberjack punt. Welch recovered the ball and ran it to the Humboldt State 5 where Walt Jensen drove it in to score and Ken Casida nailed the extra point. With a seven point deficit the Lumberjacks, 10-1 and Far Western Conference champions, capitalized on the Bulldogs’ offensive glitches and phone service problems coming from behind to take a 16-7 lead heading into the half. The second half was more of the first as the Bulldogs came out strong. Jack Olson intercepted a likely TD pass from Lumberjack Dennis Sommer and ran the length of the field to set the ‘Dogs up on the Humboldt State 1-yard line. Jensen scored and Casida converted cutting the spread to Humboldt State 16, Fresno State 14. The Lumberjacks avenged the Bulldog seven with a Costello pass to Don Del Grande who found the endzone. Casida converted for the 23-14 lead. Humboldt was not finished yet however finding Sousa crossing into Fresno State territory on a 4-yard pass from Banducci. The extra point sailed wide cementing the final score Humboldt State 29, Fresno State 14.

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Playing for the 14 surviving children of three Fullerton State assistant coaches and a pilot who died in an airplane crash only a month earlier, the Fullerton State Titans came from behind to take the 17-14 Mercy Bowl II victory over the Fresno State Bulldogs. In the second bowl in Fresno State history played for plane crash victims (1961 Mercy Bowl), the ‘Dogs were never able to find a rhythm that would disassemble the Fullerton State offense. The Titans led for the greater part of the match heading into the second half with a 10-0 lead over the Bulldogs. With 3:21 remaining in the first period Titan Don Cotalic blocked a Bulldog punt scoring on a 22-yard run. Barefoot kicker Craig Hiatt earned the extra point for the Titans finding the early 7-0 lead. Before the half ended Fullerton State capitalized on more Bulldog trouble as a wild pass from Bulldog center Harry Mestjian caused desperation kick from Atomic Torosian netting only five yards. Bulldog penalties moved Fullerton State to the nine-yard line where the shoeless Titan nailed a 25-yard field goal for the 10-0 lead. The Bulldogs found their strength after halftime driving 66 yards in just six plays and scoring off a 12-yard strike from John Behrens to Ben Childers. Childers caught the pigskin at the three-yard line and barreled his way into the endzone with two Fullerton State defenders hanging on his shirttail. Luis Stoetzl secured the extra point cutting the Titan lead to only three. Fresno State fed off the Bulldog momentum finding seven more points to send to the scoreboard from a Fullerton fumble recovery and a 54-yard rocket from Behrens to flanker Gene Austin. Stoetzl nailed the extra point giving the Bulldogs their first 14-10 lead of the game. The Titans retaliated however finding their last seven on an 88-yard drive, 11-play, 5-yard pass TD with only 3:32 left to play

Dec. 14, 1968 • Sacramento, Calif.

Humboldt State 0 16 7 6 – 29 Fresno State 7 0 7 0 – 14

FS HSU HSU HSU HSU FS HSU HSU

Walt Jensen, 1 yard run (Ken Casida kick) Mike Cremer, 1 yard run (Dave Banducci kick) Banducci, 27 yard FG Banducci, 45 yard FG Banducci, 37 yard FG Jensen, 1 yard run (Casida kick) Don Del Grande, 30 yard pass from Jim Costello (Banducci kick) Dennis Sousa, 4 yard pass from Banducci (kick failed) Attendance: 8,168

Fresno State Lineups

BOWLS

Offense — TE Dave Harris, T John Stahl, LG Hank Corda, C Daryl Waroniecki, RG Brad Fishel, T Bob Inderbleten, SE Steve Sommer, FL Fred Vickers, QB Ron Hudson, HB Walt Jensen, FB Mike Flores. Defense — DE Gene Suglian, DT Tony Welch, NG John Focke, DT Ron Remington, DE Dave Auxier, LB Tom McCall, LB Pat Callahan, CB Lloyd Madden, CB Ted Cowles, S Sam Germany, S Ervin Hunt.

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Camellia Bowl

Dec. 11, 1971 • Anaheim, Calif. CS Fullerton Fresno State

7 3 0 7 – 17 0 0 7 7 – 14

CSF CSF FS FS CSF

Don Cotalic, 22 yard block punt recovery (Craig Hiatt kick) Hiatt, 25 yard FG Ben Childers, 12 yard pass from John Behrens (Stoetzl kick) Gene Austin, 54 yard pass from Behrens (Stoetzl kick) Tyrone Perry, 5 yard pass from Mike Ernst (Hiatt kick) Attendance: 16,854

Fresno State Lineups

Offense — SE Daren Gee, T Pat Pickford, G Steve Verry, C Lee Munson, G Pat Plummer, T Dave Vietty, TE Ben Childers, QB John Inglehart, HB Herbie Phillips, FB Atomic Torosian, FL Mike Harris. Defense — DE Jack Fisher, DT Dennis Keran, NG Theodore Lambert, DT Elmer Cummings, DE Bob Serowick, LB Bill Crawford, LB Gary Weaver, CB Dwayne Crump, CB Ben Davis, SS Phil Borjas, FS Ray Sherman.

1971

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CALIFORNIA BOWL 2 FRESNO STATE 29, BOWLING GREEN 28 Dec. 18, 1982 • Fresno, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

Fresno State Bowling Green

0 0 7 22 – 29 0 14 14 0 – 28

Scoring Summary BG BG BG FS BG FS FS FS

Chip Otten, 4 yard run (Gehad Youssef kick) John Meek, 1 yard pass from Brian McClure (Youssef kick) Shawn Potts, 5 yard pass from McClure (Youssef kick) Stephone Paige, 1 yard 1 pass from Jeff Tedford (Scott Darrow kick) Potts, 6 yard advance of fumble after Greg Taylor 29 yard pass from McClure (Youssef kick) Paige, 4 yard run (Darrow kick) Paige, 27 yard pass from Tedford (Terry Carter pass from Darrow) Vince Wesson, 2 yard pass from Tedford (Darrow kick) Attendance: 30,000

FRESNO, Calif. – Fresno State kept its tradition of last minute wins intact trailing by three TDs with 15:42 to play and bouncing back with a 22-point fourth quarter to capture the 29-28 victory with just 11 seconds remaining. Bulldog flanker Vince Wesson caught a 2-yard pass from Jeff Tedford in the endzone to tie the game 28-28. The Bulldogs pushed ahead 29-28 when kicker Scott Darrow sent fans into a victory frenzy booting the extra point through the uprights. The dramatic ending was the result of a slow Bulldogs start as the ‘Dogs went scoreless until the third quarter. The Falcons however had no trouble jumping into the lead finding the endzone twice before the first half ended. Trialing by 21, the Bulldogs awoke to the roar of Fresno State fans and proceeded to find their mark on the scoreboard. With an 11-yard pass to Stephone Paige from Jeff Tedford and the extra point from Scott Barrow, the ‘Dogs cut the Falcon lead to 14. The Falcons did not let the ‘Dogs back in the game without a fight scoring another goal off a fumble recovery by Potts before the third period expired. The quarter is not the only thing that expired however, so had the Falcon scoring summary. The remaining 15-minutes contained a Bulldog scoring spree beginning with an 80-yard series resulting in a four-yard run by Paige into the endzone. With the score now Bowling Green 28, Fresno State 14, the ‘Dogs set out to find two more TDs. Setting up on the Falcon 27-yard line, Tedford connected with Paige up the middle who evaded defenders and scored. Playing the odds, the ‘Dogs completed a two-point conversion off a pass from Tedford to Terry Carter. Trailing now by six, with game time steadily dropping from 3:16, the ‘Dogs went into what would come to be a 44-yard series of seven plays, a Bowling Green facemask penalty and a Fresno State win with only 11 seconds remaining. Paige set a school record with 246 yards receiving and tied another with 15 receptions. Tedford tied a school record with 373 yards in passing and set a single game record with 31 completions.

Team Stats

FS BG

First Downs 27 17 Rushes-Yds. 24-80 44-126 Passing-Yds. 373 246 Return-Yds 59 32 Passes 31-50-4 22-32-1 Punts 2-39 7-40 Fumbles-Lost 4-3 2-0 Penalties-Yds. 4-35 8-68 Time of Possession 24:20 35:40

Individual Stats Rushing Fresno State Att.

Yds.

Thomas Carter

5 48 6 41

Bowling Green

Att.

Otten Wagner

31 136 5 18

Passing Fresno State A-C-I

Yds.

Yds.

Tedford

31-50-4 373

Bowling Green

A-C-I

McClure

22-32-1 246

Receiving Fresno State Yds.

Yds.

TD

Paige Griever Wesson

15 246 4 43 3 21

Bowling Green

Yds.

Otten Meek Taylor

11 76 4 55 3 74

TD

Fresno State Lineups Offense — SE Stephone Paige, LT Kevin Molle, LG Jerry Lockwood, C John Blacksill, RG Tom Neville, RT Ed Carter, TE Bill Griever, QB Jeff Tedford, TB Terry Carter, FB Dave Adams, FL Vince Wesson. Defense — LB Kepa Kaaekuahiwi, T Clyde Glover, NG Morris Brown, E Kevin Jones, MLB Kevin Johnson, WLB Bobby Stevenson, ROV Ron Yrigollen, CB Kent Paine, SS Don Turner, FS Matt McKnight, CB Derrick Franklin.

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CALIFORNIA BOWL 5...................................................... FRESNO STATE 51, BOWLING GREEN 7 Dec. 14, 1985 • Fresno, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

Bowling Green 0 0 0 7 – 7 Fresno State 7 16 14 14 – 51

Scoring Summary FS FS FS FS FS FS BG FS FS

James Williams, 10 yard run (Barry Belli kick) Anthony Mosley, 1 yard run (Belli kick) Gene Taylor, 33 yard pass from Kevin Sweeney (Belli kick) Safety, BG’s Brian McClure tackled in end zone Taylor, 53 yard pass from Sweeney (Belli kick) Kelly Skipper, 29 yard run (Belli kick) Jeff Davis, 18 yard run (Paul Silvi kick) Stephen Baker, 40 yard pass from Sweeney (Belli kick) Skipper, 13 yard run (Belli kick) Attendance: 32,554

FRESNO, Calif. – With a reputation as the highest scoring team in the nation, Fresno State dismantled Bowling Green, the Mid American Conference champion 51-7 in a rematch of the 1982 Cal Bowl II. The ‘Dogs finished the season as the nation’s only unbeaten Division I team in standing-room only Bulldog Stadium. Quarterback Kevin Sweeney helped Fresno State’s cause throwing for three touchdowns and the Bulldog running game churned out 225 yards, not to mention the Bulldog defense recovering five fumbles and intercepting three passes. The Falcons, stunned by the Bulldog strength, stood by watching their undefeated season and 14-game winning streak, the longest in the nation, come to an end. The Bulldogs ended the first quarter with only seven of their to-be 51 points off a touchdown from James Williams on a 10-yard run down the center. Barry Belli nailed the extra point The Bulldogs 14-point second period boosted a 21-0 lead over the then-nationally ranked Falcons with an Anthony Mosley 1-yard run resulting from a Bulldog fumble recovery on the Bowling Green 12yard line. Then, with 6:59 left in the half Bulldog Sweeney connected a 33-yard strike to Gene Taylor in the endzone. Belli secured both extra points. The second half was simply more of the first with the Bulldogs scoring 23 points before time dissolved. Five minutes into the third quarter, Sweeney found Taylor alone on the sideline who scored on a 53-yard touchdown pass. Then, after an official timeout due to crowd noise, the Bulldogs marched 73 yards up the field scoring from a Kelly Skipper 29-yard run. Once again Belli completed the extra point pushing the score to 37-0 entering in the final period of play. Sweeney connected a 40-yard pass with double-teamed Stephan Baker standing in the endzone. Then with 5:57 left in the game and the Bulldogs setting up on the 13-yard line, Skipper ran the ball through a wide gap down the center to seal the Fresno State California Bowl V victory. The 51-7 scoring margin ranks in Bulldog records as the highest bowl game spread and scoring game in Fresno State history. Fresno State Lineups

FRESNO

FOOTB

FS BG

First Downs 21 15 Rushes-Yds. 36-89 48-225 Passing-Yds. 259 194 Return-Yds 10 58 Passes 23-48-3 10-21-1 Punts 6-35 7-47 Fumbles-Lost 6-5 2-1 Penalties-Yds. 11-71 12-112 Time of Possession 32:19 27:51

Individual Stats Rushing Bowling Green Att.

Yds.

Davis 7 78 Story 9 41 White 8 12 Schmelzle 2 7 McClure 9 -50

Fresno State

Att.

Williams Skipper Mosley Thomas Sweeney

18 94 7 77 9 59 3 11 8 -16

Passing Bowling Green A-C-I

Yds.

Yds.

McClure Neiman

42-22-3 254 6-1-0 5

Fresno State

A-C-I

Sweeney Defabio

19-9-1 185 1-1-0 9

Receiving Bowling Green Yds.

Yds.

TD

Schmelzle 7 84 Meehan 7 65 Bayless 3 31 Rankin 1 19

Fresno State

Yds.

Mosley Taylor Baker Williams

3 34 2 86 2 49 2 16

TD

Offense — SE Stephen Baker, LT David Lerma, LG Mike Chuhlantseff, C Mike Savage, RG Terry Laffitte, RT Greg Lovering, TE Mark Scambray, QB Kevin Sweeney, FB Anthony Mosley, TB James Williams, FL Gene Taylor. Defense — LE Greg Ramsey, NG Chris Pacheco, RE Mark Olson, SLB David Grayson, MLB George Petersen, WLB Anthony Nunn, ROV Cliff Hannemann, LC Anthony Dollarhide, RC Roark Kelly, SS Michael Stewart, FS Rod Webster.

BOWLS

Team Stats

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..................................................... CALIFORNIA BOWL 8

FRESNO STATE 35, WESTERN MICHIGAN 30 Dec. 10, 1988 • Fresno, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

Fresno State 7 7 21 0 – 35 Western Michigan 0 17 7 6 – 30

Scoring Summary FS FS WMU WMU WMU FS WMU FS FS WMU

A. Alexander, 55 yard pass from Barsotti (Loop kick) Alexander, 38 yard pass from Barsotti (Loop kick) R. Oliver, 31 yard pass from Kimbrough (Creek kick) Davis, 51 yard run (Creek kick) Creek, 29 yard FG Rosette, 65 yard run (Loop kick) Davis, 15 yard pass from Kimbrough (Creek kick) Rosette, 4 yard run (Loop kick) Jones, 26 yard run (Loop kick) Kimbrough, 6 yard run (pass failed) Attendance: 31,272

FRESNO, Calif. – Big West Conference champion Fresno State captured its third California Bowl title in seven years, before 31,272 fans in Bulldog Stadium. The ‘Dogs jumped out to an early 7-0 lead over the Broncos of Western Michigan when Mark Barsotti connected a 55-yard pass to Andre Alexander and Steve Loop nailed the extra point attempt. The touchdown pair struck again in the second period when Barsotti found Alexander covering 38 yards, ball-in-hand, entering the endzone. Loop’s extra point hit the target carrying the ‘Dogs to a 14-0 lead. The Broncos, silent through the first quarter, and the first minutes of the second, awoke to stun the Bulldogs with two consecutive touchdowns before the half dissolved. Robert Oliver crossed the line dragging a Bulldog defender off a 31-yard pass from Tony Kimbrough. John Creek gave the Broncos the extra point closing in on the Bulldog lead. Less than two minutes passed before the Broncos landed in the endzone again. Setting up on the WMU 49-yard line, Rob Davis found a open tunnel through the defense and traveled into the endzone. Creek sent the extra point to the scoreboard tying the game 14-14. Before time ran out, Bronco’s Creek nailed a 29-yard field goal leaving the Bulldogs on their heels trailing 17-14 at the half for the first time at home during the ‘88 season. The Bulldogs countered the Bronco lead in the second half with a ferocious running attack. On the Fresno State 35, Darrell Rosette located a hole in WMU defense and motored the ball 65-yards to score. Loop secured the extra point putting the Bulldogs again in the lead 21-20. WMU responded with a touchdown by Davis only minutes later, but the Bulldogs held the momentum scoring on a 80-yard drive and a 4-yard run by Rosette. Ahead 28-24, the Bulldogs relentlessly pushed the Broncos tallying seven more points before the third quarter closed. Bulldog Myron Jones, handled the ball on the WMU 26-yard line, faked hitting the middle and veered to the corner to run it in and score. Fresno State’s senior running back Darrell Rosette earned the Cal Bowl Most Valuable Player award after rushing for a career-high 149 yards, 101.

Team Stats

FS WMU

First Downs Rushing Atts Rushing Yds. Passes A-C-I Passing Yds. Total Yds. Punts/Yds. Fumbles Penalties-Yds.

17 24 46 35 242 187 29-15-3 57-24-0 240 366 440 503 9-325 10-372 1 3 20-166 8-65

Individual Stats Rushing Fresno State Att.

Yds.

Skipper Vones Cooks Rosette Dickens Barsotti

4 6 6 69 4 9 23 149 1 -3 8 -30

Western Michigan

Att.

Davis Kimbrough Agema

15 71 17 65 3 1

Passing Fresno State A-C-I

Yds.

TD

Yds.

Barsotti

29-15-3 2

240

Western Michigan

A-C-I

Yds.

Kimborough

57-24-0 2

TD

366

Receiving Fresno State Rec.

Yds.

Pickens Alexander Jones Shelley Rosette Williams A.

3 3 5 1 2 1

24 0 103 2 76 0 76 0 6 0 5 0

Western Michigan

Rec.

Yds.

Oliver Boyko A. Agema Boyko B. Davis Belle

7 5 6 3 2 1

119 1 120 0 120 0 40 0 20 1 14 0

TD

TD

Fresno State Lineups

Offense — SE Dwight Pickens, LT Fil Lujan, LG Paul Vial, C Jim Rademann, RG Jeff Skidmore, RT Jeff Truschel, TE Craig Jones, TB Kelly Skipper, FB Myron Jones, QB Mark Barsotti, FL Andre Alexander. Defense — SLB Tracy Rogers, LE Nick Ruggeroli, NG Chuck McCutchen, RE Willie Howard, MLB Brian Greer, WLB Blair Holloway, ROV Ron Cox, LC James Williams, SS Tony Harris, FS Craig Bowens, RC Darrel Martin.

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CALIFORNIA RAISIN BOWL 9.......................................... FRESNO STATE 27, BALL STATE 6 Dec. 9, 1989 • Fresno, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

Ball State Fresno State

0 6 0 0 – 6 0 10 3 14 – 27

Scoring Summary FS BSU FS FS FS

Steve Loop, 34 yard field goal Barbee, 1 yard run (kick failed) Stephen Shelley, 91 yard pass from Barsotti (Loop kick) Ron Cox, 58 yard interception return (Loop kick) Curt Thornton, 5 yard pass from Buechele (Loop kick) Attendance: 31,610

FRESNO, Calif. – With the coin flip landing in Ball State favor the Bulldogs kicked off the last Fresno State football game of the decade unaware that the game would result in a 27-6 victory over Ball State, an 11-1 winning season, the second consecutive California Raisin Bowl victory and the Bulldogs’ fourth California Raisin Bowl title in eight years (‘82, ‘85, ‘88, ‘89). With 31,610 Fresno State fans packing Bulldog Stadium the ‘Dogs led the Ball State Cardinals through a scoreless first period. The second quarter brought 10 more minutes of empty scoreboard windows until the Bulldogs took control of the game kicking a 33-yard field goal by Steve Loop. The three point Ball State deficit did not hold as Ball State drove 73 yards, following a failed 44-yard Bulldog field goal attempt, to threaten Fresno State from 1-yard line. Cardinal Tom Barbee snuck into the endzone, but the extra point soared wide to the left putting Ball State ahead 6-3. The Bulldogs retaliated in full force with a completed pass from Mark Barsotti to Stephen Shelley who ran the ball unscathed into the endzone for a 91-yard touchdown. Loop’s extra point sent the ‘Dogs into halftime with a 10-6 lead. The third quarter of play continued to boost the Fresno State Red Wave moral. Loop nailed a field goal through the uprights from 27-yards pushing the Bulldog spread to 13-6. The final minutes of play cemented the Bulldog win as Fresno State pulled away with two more touchdowns, holding the Cardinal to the original six points they found in the second quarter. Less than a minute into the fourth quarter Ron Cox, a junior All-American, intercepted a BSU desperation pass and ran the ball 58 yards into the endzone. Loop sent another extra point to the scoreboard that now displayed a 20-6 Fresno State lead. The contest was put to an end with an easy touchdown pass from Eric Buechele to wide-open Curt Thornton standing alone in the endzone. Loop rocketed his third successful extra point of the game tallying the 27-6 Fresno State California Raisin Bowl victory. Cox received Most Valuable Player of the game. Fresno State Lineups

BOWLS

Offense — SE Stephen Shelley, LT Fil Lujan, LG Paul Vial, C Dave Ewing, RG Melvin Johnson, RT Mike Foust, TE Rich Bartlewski, QB Mark Barsotti, TB Aaron Craver, FB Myron Jones, FL Dwight Pickens. Defense — SLB Jeff Thiesen, LE Terry Cook, NG Zack Rix, RE Nick Ruggeroli, MLB Pete Jenkins, WLB Devonne Edwards, ROV Ron Cox, LC Courtney Griffin, SS David Shelton, FS Marquez Pope, RC James Williams.

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FOOTB

Team Stats

FS BSU

First Downs Rushing Atts Rushing Yds. Passes A-C-I Passing Yds. Total Yds. Punts/Yds. Fumbles Penalties-Yds.

18 16 40 36 134 115 28-17-0 32-15-4 309 160 425 221 6-31.7 7-34 0 0 9-57 4-30

Individual Stats Rushing Fresno State Att.

Yds.

Barsotti Cramer Cooks Jones Lewis Buechele

2 -3 22 65 8 31 5 12 2 12 1 -1

Ball State

Att.

Riley Parmalee Barbee Wilson Hammeroley

11 -22 21 77 2 3 1 0 1 3

Passing Fresno State A-C-I

Yds.

TD

Yds.

Barsotti Buechele Craver

23-14-0 1 4-3-0 1 1-0-0 0

246 63 0

Ball State

A-C-I

Yds.

Riley Hameroley

29-13-3 0 3-2-1 0

Receiving Fresno State Rec.

TD

Yds.

138 22

TD

Jones Thorton Pickins Craver Shelley Cooks Burnett

7 70 0 2 16 1 2 66 0 2 6 0 1 91 1 1 18 0 2 42 0

Ball State

Rec.

Yds.

Jones Wilson Parmalu Jackson Hammond

3 5 4 2 1

53 0 46 0 18 0 12 0 31 0

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....................................... CALIFORNIA RAISIN BOWL 11

BOWLING GREEN 28, FRESNO STATE 21 Dec. 14, 1991 • Fresno, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

Bowling Green 14 7 0 7 – 28 Fresno State 7 7 0 7 – 21

Scoring Summary BG BG FS BG FS BG FS

Brett Landman, 5 pass from LeRoy Smith (Leaver kick) Mark Szlachcic, 29 pass from Erik White (Leaver kick) Mark Barsotti, 3 run (Mahoney kick) Szlachcic, 9 pass from White (Leaver kick) Anthony Daigle, 57 run (Mahoney kick) LeRoy Smith, 1 run (Leaver kick) Marty Thompson, 5 pass from Mark Barsotti (Mahoney kick) Attendance: 34,877

FRESNO, Calif. – Bowling Green ended Fresno State’s hope for a fourth California Raisin Bowl championship since 1982 on Bowling Green’s 3-yard line, holding on for a 28-21 victory over the Bulldogs before a record bowl crowd of 34,877. The Bulldogs, the Big West Conference champions who ended their season with a 10-2 record, needed to drive 99 yards inside the final three minutes for the game-tying touchdown. Behind senior quarterbak Mark Barsotti, who was playing for the first time since breaking his leg on Oct. 19, Fresno State set up on Bowling Green’s 3-yard line with 19 seconds to play. The Falcon defense played tight forcing Barsotti into three consecutive incomplete passes preserving the Bowling Green win. Fresno State never ceased the relentless Bulldog attack entering the game as a two-touchdown favorite. The Falcons bolted out to leads of 14-0, 21-7 and 28-14 behind the passing combinations of quarterback Erik White and receiver Mark Szlachcic. The Bulldogs cut the spread to 28-21 on a Barsotti TD pass to tight end Marty Thompson, then once again put themselves in position for the final drive on the Bowling Green 3-yard line after cornerback Tony Brown intercepted a White pass at the Fresno state 1-yard line. The Bulldogs out-gained the Falcons 484-383, but the ‘Dogs were constantly set back by costly penalties. Fresno State was flagged 11 times totaling 86 lost yards. Fresno State Lineups

Offense — SE Kelvin Means, LT Ron Collins, LG Rus Hartmann, C Jason James, RG Melvin Johnson, RT Jesse Hardwick, TE Marty Thompson, QB Mark Barsotti, TB Ron Rivers, FB Lorenzo Neal, FL Malcolm Seabron. Defense — SLB Jeff Thiesen, LE Judd Foell, NG Zack Rix, RE Earl Oliver, MLB Pete Jenkins, WLB Darren Boyer, ROV Steve Lee, LC Tony Brown, SS Stacey Wilcots, FS Marquez Pope, RC Emery Braxton.

FS BG

First Downs Rushing Atts Rushing Yds. Passes A-C-I Passing Yds. Total Yds. Punts/Yds. Fumbles Penalties-Yds.

24 22 42 39 225 138 36-25-1 31-19-1 286 268 484 383 3-32 4-31.5 2 2 11-86 3-36

Individual Stats Rushing Fresno State Att.

Yds.

Barsotti Rivers Neal Daigle Christian Allison

9 21 7 5 14 78 8 77 2 10 2 7

Bowling Green

Att.

Jackson Smith Lindsey White Lee

16 59 13 46 2 4 7 1 1 5

Passing Fresno State A-C-I

Yds.

TD

Yds.

Barsotti

36-25-1 1 286

Bowling Green

A-C-I

White Smith

30-18-1 2 263 1-1-0 1 5

TD

Yds.

Receiving Fresno State Rec.

Yds.

Rivers Neal Winans Thompson Ross Seabron Means Daigle

6 4 3 4 3 1 2 2

84 0 8 0 66 0 25 1 28 0 23 0 39 0 13 0

Bowling Green

Rec.

Yds.

Redd Szlachcic Landman Jackson

2 11 3 3

47 0 189 2 14 1 18 0

TD

TD

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FREEDOM BOWL............................................................ FRESNO STATE 24, USC 7

Dec. 29, 1992 • Anaheim, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

USC 0 7 0 0 – 7 Fresno State 0 7 3 14 – 24

Scoring Summary USC FS FS FS FS

Strother 1 yard run (Ford kick) Neal 1 yard run (Mahoney kick) Mahoney 43 yard field goal Daigle 2 yard run (Mahoney kick) Rivers 5 yard run (Mahoney kick) Attendance: 58,546

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Fresno State pulled the bowl season’s biggest and most talked about upset with a stunning 24-7 win over Southern Cal in the Freedom Bowl IX held in Anaheim Stadium. The Bulldogs dominated the Trojans in every facet of the game, most notably in total offense, where Fresno State enjoyed a 405-183 advantage. Offense is what took Fresno State to the Freedom Bowl, but defense is what won the game that Bulldogs’ head coach Jim Sweeeney said was the “biggest game in Bulldog history.” The ‘Dogs stole four turnovers from the favored Trojans and allowed only one third-down conversion in nine attempts. USC quarterback Rob Johnson found only seven completions in the Bulldogs’ secondary and threw three interceptions. Those defensive numbers, plus a Fresno State offense that ran 84 plays created chaos for the tradition-packed Trojans. In the second, the always-responsive Bulldogs answered an early Trojan touchdown with an 11-play, 70-yard drive resulting in a 1-yard plunge by game MVP Lorenzo Neal. Four mid-range passes by Trent Dilfer, including a 10-yarder to Tydus Winans on fourth down at the USC 33, energized the drive. Derek Mahoney added a field goal in the third quarter to give the ‘Dogs the lead, but two fourth quarter touchdowns sent the 30,000 Red Wavers in attendance back home with a win. Eight runs for 32 yards helped set up a 22-yard pass from Dilfer to Winans that put Fresno State at the USC two-yard line with just under six minutes to play. From there, Anthony Daigle took the ball across the goal line. Big runs of 32 yards by Ron Rivers and 17 by Daigle moved the ‘Dogs up the field while using most of the remaining time on the clock. It took only five plays for Fresno State to travel 56 yards and get the gameclinching score on a 5-yard dash up the middle by Rivers. Fresno State Lineups

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Offense — SE Lee Harris, LT Ron Collins, LG Josh Coldiron, C Jason James, RG Rus Hartmann, RT Jesse Hardwick, TE Marty Thompson, QB Trent Dilfer, TB Ron Rivers, FB Lorenzo Neal, FL Malcolm Seabron. Defense — SLB Wendell Valentine, LE Brad Bell, NG Zack Rix, RE Nick Serfas, MLB Chris Peters, WLB Earl Oliver, ROV Gene Smith, LC Brian Porter, SS Sam Watson, FS Johnny Johnson, RC James Burton.

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FS USC

First Downs Rushing Atts Rushing Yds. Passes A-C-I Passing Yds. Total Yds. Punts/Yds. Fumbles Penalties-Yds.

24 14 56 32 262 112 28-13-0 18-7-3 164 95 405 183 5-40.2 5-43 1 1 9-61 7-35

Individual Stats Rushing Fresno State Att.

Yds.

Daigle Dilfer Rivers Neal

11 54 7 8 19 104 19 75

USC

Att. Yds.

Johnson Crayton Strother Mooney Bender McFadden

5 -12 19 79 1 1 2 9 2 3 3 8

Passing Fresno State A-C-I

TD

Yds.

Dilfer

28-13-0 0 164

USC

A-C-I

Johnson

18-7-3 0 95

TD Yds.

Receiving Fresno State Rec.

Yds.

Ross Winans Neal Thompson Seabron Rivers Daigle

2 3 2 2 1 2 1

18 0 56 0 21 0 29 0 20 0 13 0 7 0

USC

Rec.

Yds. TD

Crayton Jackson Hannah Morton

2 1 1 3

10 0 16 0 8 0 61 0

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............................................. JEEP EAGLE ALOHA BOWL

COLORADO 41, FRESNO STATE 30

Dec. 25, 1993 • Honolulu, Hawaii Scoring By Quarters

Fresno State Colorado

0 10 14 6 — 30 10 10 14 7 — 41

Scoring Summary CU CU CU FS CU FS CU FS CU FS CU FS

Salaam 2 yard run (Berger kick) Berger 44 yard field goal Hill 7 yard run (Berger kick) Mahoney 27 field goal Berger 49 field goal Seabron 68 yard fumble return (Mahoney kick) Salaam 40 yard run (Berger kick) Daigle 1 yard run (kick blocked) Leomiti 28 yard fumble return (Berger kick) Winans 8 yard pass from Dilfer (Daigle pass from Dilfer) Salaam 4 yard run (Berger kick) Winans 11 yard pass from Dilfer (pass failed) Attendance: 44,009

HONOLULU – Before 44,009 fans Trent Dilfer passed for a career-best 523 yards and two touchdowns, but it was not enough for the Bulldogs to overcome 17th-ranked Colorado which dealt the Bulldogs a 41-30 setback at Aloha Stadium in the 12th annual Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl on Christmas Day. The Bulldogs, who finished second nationally in the turnover margin, turned the ball over an uncharacteristic five times in the game which led directly to 24 Colorado points. The Buffaloes, Big Eight runner-up, led the entire game, once by as many as 18 points, but were never able to put the Bulldogs away. Fresno State trailed 20-3 with one second left in the first half, but before time could run out Jamie Christian and Malcolm Seabron combined on an 81-yard kickoff return for a touchdown pulling the Bulldogs within 10 (20-10) heading into the second half. The remaining 30 minutes were filled with scoring as the Buffaloes connected for 21 more points including a 40-yard run by Buffaloes’ Salaam and a 28-yard fumble return by Leomiti. The Bulldogs contributed to the excitement closing in on the Buffaloes scoring three touchdowns of their own. Daigle found the endzone on a 1-yard carry in the third quarter followed by two Tydas Winans’ TDs near the end of the third quarter and again at the conclusion of the fourth. The Bulldogs, who came into the contest ranked 20th nationally in rushing (221.6 ypg), were held to just three net yards in the bowl contest. The Bulldogs out-gained the Buffaloes in total yards, 526-395. Fresno State Lineups Offense — SE Tydus Winans, LT Ron Collins, LG Josh Coldiron, C Jason James, RG Rus Hartmann, RT Kenny Hall, TE David

Dunn, QB Trent Dilfer, TB Ron Rivers, FB Sal Mejico, FL Malcolm Seabron. Defense —LE Chris Rockwell, NG Demetrius Edwards, RE Brad Bell, MLB Chris Peters, WLB Ron Papazian, ROV Gene Smith, LC James Burton, SS Sam Watson, FS Lance Thomas, RC Tommy Jones, CB Omar Stoutmire.

FS CU

First Downs Rushing Atts Rushing Yds. Passes A-C-I Passing Yds. Total Yds. Punts/Yds. Fumbles Penalties-Yds.

34 19 25 46 79 295 63-37-1 15-8-0 523 124 526 395 3-31.3 43.3 5 1 9-88 7-84

Individual Stats Rushing Fresno State Att.

Yds.

Rivers Daigle Christian Duhn Dilfer

14 37 5 14 1 6 1 -5 4 -49

Colorado

Att. Yds.

Salaam Warren Stewart Hill Joseph

23 135 10 68 8 50 4 13 1 5

Passing Fresno State A-C-I

TD

Yds.

Dilfer

63-37-1 2 523

Colorado

A-C-I

Stewart

15-8-0 0 124

TD Yds.

Receiving Fresno State Rec.

Yds.

Dunn C. Jones Harris Daigle Rivers Winans Seabron Christian

9 6 5 5 5 3 2 2

149 0 84 0 87 0 69 0 58 0 33 2 29 0 14 0

Colorado

Rec.

Yds. TD

Fourja C. Johnson Westbrook Cunningham

3 3 1 1

27 0 27 0 43 0 27 0

TD

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EA SPORTS LAS VEGAS BOWL........................................ UTAH 17, FRESNO STATE 16

Team Stats

Dec. 18, 1999 • Las Vegas, Nev. Scoring By Quarters Fresno State Utah

7 7

0 0

3 7

6 3

- -

16 17

Scoring Summary FS Utah FS Utah FS Utah

P. Williams 75 yard return of blocked field goal (Hanna kick) M. Anderson 34 yard run (Truhe kick) Hanna 27 yard field goal M. Anderson 5 yard run (Truhe kick) Ward 2 yard run (kick failed) Truhe 33 yard field goal Attendance: 28,277

LAS VEGAS – In their first bowl apperance since the 1993 season, the Bulldogs battled the Utah Utes of the Mountain West Conference in one of the best games of the bowl season. The was highlighted by the running of Mike Anderson, who ran for a game-record 254 yards and two touchdowns. Cletus Truhe kicked a 33-yard field goal with five minutes left as Utah beat Fresno State 17-16. Fresno State went ahead 16-14 on the first play of the fourth quarter, but Colby Knight blocked Jeff Hanna’s extra point attempt, setting the stage for Truhe’s game winner. The game-winning kick was vindication for Truhe, whose first two field goal tries were blocked by Fresno’s Terence Brown. The first block was returned 75 yards for a touchdown by Payton Williams. Anderson scored on runs of 34 and 5 yards, the latter giving Utah (9-3) a 14-10 third-quarter lead. Fresno State answered with Derrick Ward’s 2-yard TD run as the fourth quarter opened, giving the Bulldogs a 2-point lead. Utah dominated the ball, gaining a bowl-record 334 yards rushing. Despite outgaining Fresno State 331 yards to 103, the Utes managed only a 7-all tie at halftime, the score coming on Anderson’s 34-yard run with 3:51 left in the first quarter. The Bulldogs went ahead 10-7 on Hanna’s 27-yard field goal with 9:24 remaining in the third quarter. The Utes regained the lead when Anderson finished a 68-yard drive with a 5-yard scoring run, breaking three tackles en route to his second touchdown of the night. With Anderson breaking off key gains, the Utes drove 70 yards to the Bulldogs 14 before Truhe came on to kick the game-winning field goal with 5:03 remaining.

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First downs 16 25 Rushing Attempts 32 54 Net Yards Rushing 132 334 Net Yards Passing 147 214 Passes Attempted 28 24 Passes Completed 14 11 Had Intercepted 0 1 Total Offensive Plays 60 78 Total Net Yards 279 548 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 6-59 15-151 Punts-Yards 5-185 4-144 Yards per punt 37.0 39.0 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 0-0 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Time of Possession 24:06 35:54

Individual Stats

Rushing Fresno State Att. Yds. Ward Gaines Armstrong C.Smith Wright

15 8 4 3 2

Utah

Att. Yds.

Anderson Bacon Russell Arceneaux Croshaw

34 8 1 9 2

51 31 29 17 4

254 9 4 (minus 6) (minus 9)

Passing Fresno State A-C-I

TD

14-28-0

Utah

A-C-I TD Yds.

Arceneaux Croshaw

8-15-0 3-9-1

0 0 0

Receiving Fresno State Rec. Yds.

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147 94 120

TD

Wright C.Smith Armstrong Mahdi Branstetter Berrian

6 55 0 4 53 0 1 20 0 1 8 0 1 6 0 1 5 0

Utah

Rec. Yds. TD

Russell Bendinger Utu Anderson Richardson

174

Yds.

Volek

5 2 2 1 1

96 0 70 0 28 0 15 0 5 0

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......................... SILICON VALLEY FOOTBALL CLASSIC 1

AIR FORCE 37, FRESNO STATE 34

Team Stats

Dec. 31, 2000 • San Jose, Calif. Scoring By Quarters Air Force Fresno State

19 7

15 0

3 13

0 14

- -

37 34

Scoring Summary AF AF AF AF FS AF AF FS AF FS FS FS

Adams 37 FG McKay 29 pass from Thiessen (Adams kick) Adams 46 FG McKay 13 pass from Thiessen (run failed) Gaines 71 pass from Carr (Asparuhov kick) Thiessen 1 run (Adams kick) Thiessen 9 run (Jessop pass from Thiessen) Greco 2 pass from Carr (Asparuhov kick) Adams 24 FG Burch 8 pass from Carr (pass failed) Berrian 47 pass from Carr (Asparuhov kick) Berrian 51 pass from Carr (Asparuhov kick)

Attendance: 26,524 SAN JOSE, Calif. – After being down 34-7 at halftime, many thought the Bulldogs would be in for a route, but Fresno State responded only to come up 33 yards short with 14 seconds remaining as Air Force defeated Fresno State 37-34 in the inaugural bowl game at Spartan Stadium. David Carr threw five touchdown passes for the Bulldogs, who nearly pulled it off. With 14 seconds left, Fresno State brought in Asen Asparuhov for a 33-yard field-goal attempt to tie it. But holder Jason Simpson pulled a fake, aiming for Giachino Chiaramonte in the end zone. The pass fell incomplete. Trailing 19-0 late in the first quarter, Fresno State finally got on the board with a 71-yard touchdown pass from Carr to Paris Gaines with 23 second left in the opening quarter. It was the longest reception of Gaines’ career. Carr completed 22 of 33 passes for 391 yards. Thiessen’s pass to Chris Jessop gave Air Force a 34-7 lead in the first half. Fresno State mounted a comeback in the second half. The Bulldogs took a chance on fourth-and-2 in the third quarter and Carr’s completion to Alec Greco in the end zone made it 34-14. After Dave Adams booted his 24-yard field goal for Air Force, Carr threw an 8-yard scoring pass to Donnell Burch to narrow the margin to 37-20. Adams attempted a 30-yard field goal with 10:47 left in the game, but Fresno State’s Terence Brown blocked the kick. That set up a scoring drive that ended with Carr’s 47-yard pass to Bernard Berrian. Berrian caught a 51-yard pass from Carr a little more than three minutes later, and the crowd - mostly Fresno State fans - went wild.

First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Yards per punt Interceptions-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards Time of Possession

28 18 65 22 267 59 204 391 24 38 12 22 0 1 89 60 471 450 0-0 2-1 4-41 9-82 3-78 5-201 26.0 40.2 1-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 38:17 21:43

Individual Stats

Rushing Air Force Att. Yds. Thiessen Palmer McKay Beard Becker Brown Giovanetti

Fresno State

Ward Gaines Wright Smith Carr

18 99 4 56 10 43 11 33 10 28 9 14 1 -2

Att.

Yds.

5 27 5 16 1 7 2 6 9 3

Passing Air Force A-C-I Thiessen

24-12-0 2

TD

Yds.

Fresno State

A-C-I

TD

Yds.

Carr Simpson

204

33-22-1 5 391 1-0-0 0 0

Receiving Air Force Rec. Yds. McKay Labasco Brown Fleming Jessop Amezaga

4 3 2 1 1 1

TD

Fresno State

Rec.

TD

Berrian Wright Gaines Smith Greco Burch

7 5 4 3 2 1

56 2 68 0 46 0 14 0 12 0 8 0

Yds.

162 2 77 0 102 1 34 0 8 1 8 1

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SILICON VALLEY FOOTBALL CLASSIC 2.......................... MICHIGAN STATE 44, No. 20 FRESNO STATE 35 Dec. 31, 2001 • San Jose, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

Michigan State 17 20 0 7 - 44 Fresno State 14 7 7 7 - 35

Scoring Summary FS Stephen Spach 5-yard pass from David Carr (Asen Asparuhov kick) MSU Charles Rogers 72-yard from Jeff Smoker (Dave Rayner kick) MSU Monquiz Wedlow 0-yard fumble recovery (Dave Rayner kick) FS Rodney Wright 36-yard pass from David Carr (Asen Asparuhov kick) MSU Dave Rayner 41-yard field goal MSU T.J. Duckett 5-yard run (Dave Rayner kick) FS Rodney Wright 79-yard pass from David Carr (Asen Asparuhov kick) MSU T.J. Duckett 39-yard run (Dave Rayner kick) MSU Charles Rogers 69-yard pass from Jeff Smoker (Dave Rayner kick) FS Paris Gaines 2-yard run (Asen Asparuhov kick) FS Paris Gaines 15-yard pass from David Carr (Asen Asparuhov kick) MSU Ivory McCoy 5-yard pass from Jeff Smoker (Dave Rayner kick) Attendance: 30,456

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SAN JOSE, Calif. – Charles Rogers set a Michigan State record with 270 yards receiving - and he wasn’t even the most prolific pass-catcher on the field at the Silicon Valley Football Classic. It was that kind of a day in San Jose, as Rogers caught two of Jeff Smoker’s three touchdown passes during the Spartans’ phenomenal first half in a 44-35 victory over Fresno State on Monday. In a matchup of two potent offenses that combined for 1,146 total yards, Smoker and Rogers outdueled Fresno State’s high-profile combo of David Carr and Rodney Wright, who finished with 13 catches for a school-record 299 yards and two TDs. After an inconsistent season in which they finished eighth in the Big Ten and barely qualified for a bowl, the Spartans (7-5) gained 405 yards and scored 37 points before halftime. Carr threw for 531 yards to Smoker’s 376, but the Spartans’ big early lead proved too large to overcome. After Fresno State (11-3) pulled within two points in the final minutes, the Spartans made one last scoring drive to clinch their second bowl victory under coach Bobby Williams. T.J. Duckett rushed for 184 yards and two scores as Michigan State overwhelmed the Bulldogs, whose high-octane offense was expected to dominate the game. Instead, Fresno State ended its breakout season with its first loss in four games against teams from BCS conferences. Carr, who won the Johnny Unitas award as the nation’s top senior quarterback, ended his prolific career with another amazing game, but he couldn’t play defense. Fresno State fell to 0-3 in bowl games during Pat Hill’s otherwise successful tenure. After the teams exchanged handshakes, Michigan State defensive end Nick Myers, the game’s defensive MVP, planted the school flag at midfield. Trailing 37-28 with 6:52 left, Fresno State’s Bryce McGill blocked Craig Jarrett’s punt and returned it to the Spartans 16. Two plays later, Paris Gaines caught a screen pass and ran through several blocks for a TD. But Michigan State came alive once again for a 77-yard drive. After a 43-yard reception by Rogers, Smoker hit Ivory McCoy for a 5-yard TD with 1:59 left. After just two seasons, this unassuming lower-tier bowl game is building a reputation for exciting, bizarre football. Last season, the Bulldogs overcame a 27-point deficit, but lost the inaugural game to Air Force when a superbly executed fake field goal failed in the closing seconds. Though Spartan Stadium was dominated by thousands of red-clad fans who made the two-hour drive from Fresno, Michigan State had a large rooting section of transplanted Michiganders and thousands of fans who made the trip for the bowl and the Michigan State basketball team’s game against Stanford last Saturday. Fresno State opened the frenzied first half by driving 63 yards in four plays for the first TD just 59 seconds in. Less than eight minutes later, Michigan State replied with a 72-yard TD pass from Smoker to Rogers. Offensive milestones fell faster than snow in East Lansing on a surprisingly warm, dry day after a week of rain in the San Francisco Bay area. In the first quarter alone, the Spartans had the longest rush in the school’s bowl history, the second-longest pass in their bowl history, their longest field goal of the season and their first defensive touchdown of the year. With a 69-yard TD pass to Rogers 3:05 before halftime, Michigan State went ahead 37-21. The teams combined for 752 total yards in the first half.

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Team Stats First Downs Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att.-Comp. Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Lost Number of Punts-Yards Average Per Punt Punt Returns: No.-Yards Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards Interceptions: No.-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions

MSU 23 10 13 0 42 227 17 210 376 32-22 74 586 1-0 8-64 6-232 38.7 2-3 5-108 2-23 34:43 4/13 1/2

FS 25 3 22 0 22 71 42 29 531 58-35 80 560 2-1 6-30 5-198 39.6 3-27 6-115 1-0 25:17 7/16 1/1

Individual Stats Rushing Michigan State Duckett Smoker Flowers Team

Att. 27 9 5 1

Yds. 184 17 11 (-2)

Fresno State Gaines Wright Fontenot Levi Team Berrian Carr

Att. 10 2 2 1 1 1 5

Yds. 26 19 17 6 (-6) (-10) (-23)

Passing Michigan State Smoker

A-C-I 22-32-1

TD 3

Yds. 376

Fresno State Carr

A-C-I 35-56-2

TD 4

Yds. 531

Receiving Michigan State Rogers Haygood Baker McCoy Lovett

Att. 10 5 4 2 1

Yds. 270 49 44 10 3

Fresno State Wright Berrian Smith Gaines Greco Gilbert Shabaglian Spach Davis

Att. 13 9 5 2 2 1 1 1 1

Yds. 299 94 77 18 15 15 11 5 (-3)

Defensive Leaders Michigan State: (UA-A-S) Guess 9-3-1, Nelson 5-3-0, Maples 4-4-0. Fresno State: (UA-A-S) McGill 4-6-0, Dailey 3-6-0, Williams 4-2-0 Interceptions-Yards Michigan State: Maples 1-23, Bryan 1-0. Fresno State: Banks 1-0 Sacks-Yards Michigan State: Vickerson 1-7, Myers 1-7, Dukes 1-6. Fresno State: Burley 1-7, Johnson 1-6

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........................ SILICON VALLEY FOOTBALL CLASSIC 3

FRESNO STATE 30, GEORGIA TECH 21

Dec. 31, 2002 • San Jose, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

Georgia Tech Fresno State

7 0 14 0 - 21 3 10 7 10 - 30

Scoring Summary FS GT FS FS GT FS GT FS FS

Asparuhov 22-yard FG, 11:00 Watkins 35-yard pass from Suggs (Manget kick), 2:51 Asparuhov 42-yard FG, 5:35 Meza 48-yard INT return (Asparuhov kick), 0:14 Bilbo 1-yard run (Manget kick), 8:45 R. Davis 3-yard run (Asparuhov kick), 6:06 Smith 42-yard pass from Bilbo (Manget kick), 0:51 Asparuhov 33-yard FG, 3:43 R. Davis 28-yard run (Asparuhov kick), 2:23 Attendance: 26,524

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Rodney Davis rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns and Fresno State’s defense forced seven turnovers as the Bulldogs – playing with a depleted roster – defeated Georgia Tech 30-21 at Spartan Stadium. The Bulldogs (9-5) had not won a postseason game since beating USC in the 1992 Freedom Bowl, a string of four losses in a row. And they were even more proud they did it with a roster missing some of the team’s best players. Fresno State suited only 45 players and was missing five starters. “This win was for the guys who couldn’t make it,” Davis said. A new Western Athletic Conference rule requires athletes to pass at least six credits to play in a bowl game, and seven didn’t meet the requirement. They may have had incompletes or grades that had not yet been finalized, for example. “For the nation to think we played with ineligible players is a misconception,” coach Pat Hill said. “We were playing with non-certified players. ...I’m so proud of this football team. We had some adversity this week and this season.” Three seniors stayed home, some because their grades weren’t posted. “That drives me nuts,” Hill said. “But we persevered.” Asen Asparuhov kicked a 33-yard field goal with 3:43 left, one of his three in the game, and Davis clinched the victory with a 28-yard TD run just more than a minute later for the Bulldogs. And the Fresno State defense did an impressive job after halftime of weathering a strong second-half comeback attempt by Georgia Tech freshman backup quarterback Damarius Bilbo. Bilbo passed for a touchdown and ran for another after replacing the ineffective A.J. Suggs, but Bilbo also threw four interceptions as the Yellow Jackets (7-6) committed seven turnovers. Georgia Tech was the only team in the ACC to throw more interceptions (14) than touchdowns (13) this season. The game turned into a muddy mess after hard rain fell Monday night. It took only a few plays for Georgia Tech’s gleaming white uniforms to turn a dull brown, and there were plenty of slips and missed plays. In a lackluster first half, the teams struggled to take advantage of their scoring opportunities, with Fresno State leading 13-7 at halftime. Dee Meza’s 48-yard interception return for a touchdown with 14 seconds left in the second quarter highlighted the half. Fresno State was playing in the Silicon Valley Classic for the third consecutive year, and Bulldogs fans took up the majority of the seats at Spartan Stadium.

GT 16 6 7 3 31 150 20 130 218 27-9-6 58 348 6.0 2-1 5-53 5-193 38.6 4-59 3-54 0-0 0-0 21:54 4 of 11 0 of 1 3-23

FS 20 12 6 2 55 230 44 186 188 31-16-0 86 374 4.3 3-2 10-94 7-261 37.3 3-7 2-72 6-53 0-0 38:06 8 of 22 1 of 1 2-9

Individual Stats Rushing Georgia Tech Eziemefe Smith Bilbo Sampson Suggs Team

Att. 3 7 12 7 1 1

Fresno State R. Davis Pinegar Sumlin Ray Jamison Team

Att. Yds. 37 153 9 20 6 15 1 2 1 (-2) 1 (-2)

Passing Georgia Tech Bilbo Suggs

A-C-I 7-20-4 2-7-2

TD 1 1

Yds. 178 40

Fresno State Pinegar

A-C-I 16-31-0

TD 0

Yds. 188

Receiving Georgia Tech Watkins Bridges Smith

Att. 5 3 1

Yds. 82 94 42

Yds. 5 4 3 2 1 1

50 84 22 14 15 3

Fresno State Jamison Gilbert Spach Reid Jennings R. Davis

Att.

Yds. 38 35 30 17 12 (-2)

Defensive Leaders Tackles (UA-A) Georgia Tech: Fox 6-10, Smith 2-10, Wimbush 5-6, Henderson 4-7, Muyres 4-6, Butler 5-1. Fresno State: McGill 4-7, Meza 2-4, Sanders 1-5, Sanders 0-6, Dailey 1-4, Stewart 1-4, Worrell 0-5. Interceptions-Yards Georgia Tech: None Fresno State: Meza 2-48, Stewart 1-5, McGill 1-0; Sanders 1-(-3), Worrell 1-3. Sacks (UA-A) Georgia Tech: Fox 1-0, Parker 1-0, Henderson 1-0. Fresno State: Stewart 1-0, Sanders 2-0.

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Team Stats First Downs Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att.-Comp.-Int. Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yards Number of Punts-Yards Average Per Punt Punt Returns: No.-Yards Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards Interceptions: No.-Yards Fumble Returns: No.-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

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SILICON VALLEY FOOTBALL CLASSIC 4.......................... FRESNO STATE 17, UCLA 9

Dec. 30, 2003 • San Jose, Calif. Scoring By Quarters

UCLA Fresno State

0 7 2 0 - 9 14 3 0 0 - 17

Scoring Summary FS FS FS UCLA UCLA

Sumlin, Bryson 1 yd run (Visintainer, B kick) Sumlin, Bryson 44 yd pass from Pinegar, Paul (Visintainer, B kick) Visintainer, B 36 yd field goal Bragg,Craig 27 yd pass from Olson,Drew (Medlock,Justin kick) TEAM safety Attendance: 30,456

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Pat Hill used to watch Rodney Davis grind out yards in the snow and mud in high school - so

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Fresno State’s coach knew the star senior would be well suited for the conditions Tuesday night. Davis rushed for 77 yards to win his second straight Silicon Valley Classic offensive MVP award in Fresno State’s 17-9 victory over UCLA on a messy field at Spartan Stadium. Nearly one year ago, Davis rushed for 153 yards and two TDs -- the last being the game-clincher -- in Fresno State’s victory over Georgia Tech. “I just had to fight through it and stick with it,” Davis said. “I’ve played on fields like this for a long time. The mud is no problem.” It sure seemed to be bad for the Bruins. Though even a dry field might have caused them problems the way their offense has been performing. UCLA (6-7) lost its last five games to turn what once was a promising season into a disappointment under first-year coach Karl Dorrell. The inefficient offense was again the culprit, going 2-for-14 on third-down conversions. Bryson Sumlin made his first career touchdown catch and also ran for a score for Fresno State (9-5), which made its school-record fifth straight bowl appearance and fourth in a row in this game. Sumlin, a sophomore backup who began his Fresno State career as a cornerback, capitalized on two big chances to score and helped the Bulldogs beat the Bruins for the first time in six meetings. And once again, the Bulldogs seized the opportunity to spoil things for a bigger, more prominent program in a game dominated by defense. Paul Pinegar passed for 133 yards, but Fresno State didn’t exactly need a prolific offense to beat the inept Bruins, who managed just 164 total yards - 97 in one series shortly before halftime. Manuel Sanchez intercepted Bruins quarterback Drew Olson with 2:42 left and several Bulldogs celebrated their win by sliding face-first through the mud. “Our defense just played awesome the whole game,” Hill said. Fresno State seemed to be in control until a drive midway through the third quarter in which a series of mistakes left the Bulldogs facing fourth-and-37. Asi Faoa blocked the ensuing punt in the end zone for a UCLA safety. Later in the quarter, Pinegar fumbled when he attempted to throw and left Fresno State stranded at its own 1. But the Bruins bailed out the Bulldogs by roughing punter Mike Lingua, and UCLA never mounted another significant drive. The Bruins swore they were happy with their less than glamorous bowl destination, but they sure didn’t play that way. UCLA seemed disinterested and disorganized, struggling to stop Fresno State’s offense and failing to move the ball through the air or on the ground while falling behind 17-0 early in the second quarter. After Fresno State stopped UCLA on fourth-and-1 late in the first quarter, Pinegar completed a 44-yard TD pass to Sumlin, who also had a 1-yard scoring run earlier in the period. When Fresno State downed a punt inside the 3 shortly before halftime, the Bruins briefly woke up. UCLA went 97 yards in just seven plays, with Craig Bragg making a spectacular 27-yard diving catch in the corner of the end zone 20 seconds before halftime for the Bruins’ first score. Fresno State lost the first two Silicon Valley Classics, including a thrilling last-second defeat on a failed fake field goal in the inaugural game. The Bulldogs beat Georgia Tech in the game last season, overcoming several injuries for the school’s first bowl victory since 1992.

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Team Stats First Downs Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing Net Yards Rushing Net Yards Passing Passes Att.-Comp.-Int. Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yards Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yards Number of Punts-Yards Average Per Punt Punt Returns: No.-Yards Kickoff Returns: No.-Yards Interceptions: No.-Yards Fumble Returns: No.-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: No.-Yards

UCLA 11 4 4 3 25 91 23 68 96 31-11-1 56 164 2.9 2-0 5-55 9-399 44.3 2-12 4-75 1-0 0-0 24:02 2-14 0-1 1-7

Individual Stats Rushing UCLA Drew Harris Olson

Att. Yds. 17 65 3 12 5 (-9)

Fresno State R. Davis Wright Sumlin Pinengar Team

Yds. 13 13 13 7 3

Att.

FS 20 11 7 2 49 188 32 156 133 26-12-1 75 289 3.9 2-0 8-71 7-230 32.9 4-31 1-12 1-15 0-0 35:58 5-15 0-0 2-13

77 58 28 (-2) (-5)

Passing UCLA Olson

A-C-I 31-11-1

TD Yds. 1 96

Fresno State Pinegar

A-C-I 26-12-1

TD 1

Receiving UCLA Bragg Cowan Lewis Drew

Att. Yds. 5 71 3 16 2 13 1 (-4)

Fresno State Wood Berrian Sumlin Jennings R. Davis Spach Jamison Gilbert Williams

Att. 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Yds. 133

Yds. 33 1 44 24 10 10 7 4 0

Defensive Leaders Tackles (UA-A) UCLA: Leisle 0-10, Ohaeri 3-6, McNeal 2-5, Lorier 1-6, Niusulu 0-7, Havner 0-7, Chillar 2-4. Fresno State: J. Sanders 6-3, Meza 6-3, Marshall 2-2, McGill 2-2, McIntyre 2-2, Dailey 1-3, Morris 1-2, Leonard 0-2 Interceptions-Yards UCLA: Leisle 1-0 Fresno State: Sanchez 1-15 Sacks-Yards UCLA: Boschetti 1-7

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FRESNO STATE 37, VIRGINIA 34 (OT) Dec. 27, 2004 • Boise, Idaho Scoring By Quarters

Virginia Fresno State

14 7 3 7 3 - 34 7 3 7 14 6 - 37

Scoring Summary UVA FS UVA UVA FS FS UVA FS UVA FS UVA FS

Pearman, A 13 yd run (Hughes, C kick) Jennings 13 yd pass from Pinegar (Visintainer kick) McGrew 7 yd pass from Hagans (Hughes, C kick) Hagans 8 yd run (Hughes kick) Visintainer 49 yd field goal Jamison 22 yd pass from Pinegar (Visintainer kick) Hughes 33 yd field goal Wood 22 yd pass from Pinegar (Visintainer kick) Lundy 20 yd run (Hughes kick), Fairman 3 yd pass from Pinegar (Visintainer kick) Hughes 26 yd field goal Spach 25 yd pass from Pinegar Attendance: 28,156

BOISE, Idaho – Paul Pinegar shrugged off midseason criticism and kept throwing for touchdowns.

Pinegar had five TD passes, including the game-winning 25-yarder to Stephen Spach in overtime, as Fresno State beat No. 18 Virginia 37-34 in the MPC Computers Bowl on Monday. “Winning feels great, especially against a Virginia team that has a great defense,” Pinegar said. He was fabulous, completing 23 of 36 passes for 235 yards without an interception, helping the Bulldogs (9-3) erase a 21-7 second-quarter deficit and notch another win against a big-name team. “We’ve got a lot of great teams in the WAC: Boise State, Hawaii, UTEP,” Pinegar said. “We’ve showed that we definitely can compete with some of the best teams in the nation.” His five touchdown passes were a record for the game, formerly known as the Humanitarian Bowl. Virginia got the first possession of overtime, taking a 34-31 lead on a 26-yard field goal by Connor Hughes. It didn’t take Pinegar long to end it, though. He froze the defense with a play-action call and zipped a pass inside the 5 to Spach, who fought off a pair of would-be tacklers and dropped into the end zone. The Bulldogs stormed off the sideline in celebration while the Cavaliers were left dazed. “When you catch the ball in that situation, you’re just looking for the end zone,” Spach said. “You just keep on running. I knew I was really close.” Virginia had things in hand after Wali Lundy followed his big blockers and rumbled across the blue turf at Boise State’s home field on a 20-yard TD run that put the Cavaliers up 31-24 with 6:20 remaining. But Pinegar wasn’t finished. He started on the 17, turning to the ground game and working the clock to give Fresno State a chance to tie. Wendell Mathis ran 22 yards to Virginia’s 25 and Bryson Sumlin reached the 15 on a 6-yard burst. On third-and-6 at the 10, Pinegar threaded a 7-yard pass into double coverage to tight end Duncan Reid, then spiked the ball to stop the clock at 28 seconds. That put the ball at the 3, but soon the Bulldogs faced fourth-and-goal. Pinegar rolled right and connected with Jaron Fairman for a TD with 11 seconds to go. “My last option was to tuck it and run, but that would have been tough sledding to get in,” Pinegar said. “Jaron made a great catch. After he caught it, they swiped at his arm but he did a great job to hold on.” Brent Vinsintainer added the point after, and it was tied at 31. “We never panicked when we were down 14 points,” said Pinegar, who was harshly criticized when Fresno State lost three straight games after a 3-0 start. “We knew we just needed to stop making mistakes.” Pinegar is now 3-0 in bowl games as Fresno State’s quarterback. Mathis ran for 126 yards on 15 carries, and Sumlin added 94 yards on 21 attempts. The Bulldogs established a second-half ground game after being outplayed by the bigger Cavaliers in the first half. “In the first half, we were just a little bit out of sync,” Hill said. “It was a feeling-out process. I felt we were capable of moving the ball. At halftime, we talked about playing a physical game.” Virginia quarterback Marques Hagans also had a great game, throwing for 162 yards on 18-of-30 passing with one TD. He ran for 85 yards and a TD, and his team’s best play was often a drop-back pass that morphed into a long scramble.

UVA FS 21 25 12 9 7 14 2 2 260 222 36 38 7.2 5.8 269 223 9 1 162 235 18-31-0 23-38-0 422 457 67 76 0-0 0-0 10-82 7-64 4-128 5-178 32.0 35.6 0-0 0-0 6-393 5-287 3 1 3-97-0 3-67-0 32.3 22.3 0-0 0-0 27:12 32:48 8-15 8-16 1-1 2-2 5-5 3-4 1-0 1-2 2-2 1-1

Individual Stats Rushing Virginia Hagans, M Lundy, W Pearman, A Snelling, J Davis, B

Att. 7 14 9 5 1

Net Yds. 85 63 52 46 14

TD 1 1 1 0 0

Fresno State Wendell Mathis Bryson Sumlin Paul Pinegar

Att. 15 21 2

Net Yds. 126 94 2

TD 0 0 0

Passing Virginia Hagans, M Lundy, W

A-C-I 30-18-0 1-0-0

TD Yds. 1 162 0 0

Fresno State Paul Pinegar

A-C-I 36-23-0

Att. 5

Receiving Virginia Miller, H McGrew, M Pearman, A Mines, F Snelling, J Davis, B Lundy, W

Att. Yds. TD 5 66 0 4 30 1 3 21 0 2 16 0 2 10 0 1 15 0 1 4 0

Fresno State Joe Fernandez Jermaine Jamison Adam Jennings Stephen Spach Wendell Mathis Matt Rivera Mark Wood Duncan Reid Jaron Fairman Paul Pinegar

Att. 5 4 4 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

Yds. 12 46 43 29 18 5 22 7 3 (-10)

Yds. 235

TD 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0

Defensive Leaders Tackles (UA-A) Virginia: Hardy, J.7-6; Parham K. 2-9; Hamilton, M. 7-3. Fresno State: Dwayne Andrews 2-7; James Sanders 4-3; Todd Garcia 3-4. Sacks (No.-Yds.) Virginia: Schmidt 1-0. Fresno State: Todd Garcia 1-2

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Team Stats FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Comp.-Att.-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yds. Per Punt Punt returns: No.-Yards KICKOFFS-YARDS Touchbacks Kickoff returns: No.-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: No.-Yds Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: No.-Yards Field Goals

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AUTOZONE LIBERTY BOWL............................................. TULSA 31, FRESNO STATE 24

Dec. 31, 2005 • Memphis, Tenn. Scoring By Quarters

Fresno State 7 7 3 7 - 24 Tulsa 0 17 0 14 - 31

Scoring Summary FS TLS TLS FS TLS FS FS TLS TLS

Mathis 6 yd run (Zimmerman kick) Parrish 22 yd run (DeVault kick) Adams 63 yd run (DeVault kick) Sumlin 25 yd run (Zimmerman kick) DeVault 41 yd field goal Zimmerman 27 yd field goal Fernandez 21 yd pass from Pinegar (Zimmerman kick) Davis 54 yd pass from Smith (DeVault kick) Smith 4 yd run (DeVault kick) Attendance: 54,894

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Paul Smith ran four yards for the winning touchdown with 2:55 remaining and Tulsa’s defense had two key fourth-quarter interceptions in a 31-24 victory over Fresno State in the Liberty Bowl on Saturday. Smith, the game’s MVP, finished 18-of-27 passing for 234 yards with a 54-yard touchdown pass to Ashlan Davis, but made his biggest play on the ground when he scrambled around three Fresno State defenders and into the end zone to secure Tulsa’s first bowl victory since 1991. Defensive back Anthony Germany set up that play by picking off Paul Pinegar’s pass with just under 7 minutes remaining. Smith then led Tulsa on the decisive eight-play, 52-yard drive. Fresno State (8-5) had one final chance to force overtime and Pinegar drove the Bulldogs to the Tulsa 42 before his pass toward the sideline was picked off by linebacker Nelson Coleman. The Golden Hurricane (9-4) then ran out the clock and celebrated their first bowl victory since they beat San Diego State in the Freedom Bowl in 1991. Tulsa had to come from behind to beat its former WAC rival in Fresno State, which was ranked as high as No. 16 in the nation back in November. Fresno State took a 24-17 lead on Pinegar’s 21-yard touchdown pass to Joe Fernandez on the second play of the quarter. The Golden Hurricane tied it at 24-24 two possessions later when Smith found Davis streaking behind the secondary for a 54-yard TD pass. Tarrion Adams led Tulsa with 102 yards rushing, but most of that came on a 63-yard touchdown burst in the second quarter. That scoring run gave Tulsa its first lead at 14-7 and came about 4 minutes after teammate Uril Parrish tied it by running 22 yards for the Golden Hurricane’s first touchdown. Pinegar finished 19-of-30 passing for 213 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions, while Wendell Mathis had 117 yards rushing and his WAC-best 15th rushing touchdown of the season for Fresno State. Pinegar also was denied in his attempt to become the first quarterback to go 4-0 as a starter in bowl games. The former WAC rivals traded field goals in the second and third quarters, with Brad DeVault kicking a 41-yarder on the final play of the first half to give Tulsa a 17-14 halftime lead. Fresno State tied it at 17 on Kyle Zimmerman’s 27-yard field goal early in the third. Fresno State backup Bryson Sumlin had a 25-yard TD run late in the first half. The game was sponsored by AutoZone.

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Team Stats FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING Comp.-Att.-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Fumbles: No.-Lost Penalties: No.-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yds Per Punt Punt returns: No.-Yds KICKOFFS-YARDS Touchbacks Kickoff returns: No.-Yds Average Per Return Interceptions: No.-Yds Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards Field Goals

FS TLS 22 20 11 9 11 10 0 1 208 196 47 28 4.4 7.0 225 209 17 13 213 234 19-30-2 18-27-0 421 430 77 55 1-0 1-1 5-35 2-10 3-103 4-161 34.3 40.2 2-6 0-0 5-278 5-277 1 1 3-79-0 3-49-0 26.3 16.3 0-0-0 2-1-0 38:20 21:40 11-18 4-9 1-2 0-1 2-4 1-1 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-1

Individual Stats Rushing Fresno State Wendell Mathis Bryson Sumlin Paul Pinegar Matt Rivera

Att. 31 11 3 2

Net Yds. 117 57 27 7

TD 1 1 0 0

Tulsa Adams, Tarrion Parrish, Uril Smith, Paul

Att. 11 9 7

Net Yds. 102 51 45

TD 1 1 1

Passing Fresno State Paul Pinegar

A-C-I 30-19-2

Att. 1

Yds. 213

Tulsa Smith, Paul

A-C-I 27-18-0

Att. 1

Yds. 234

Receiving Fresno State Jaron Fairman Paul Williams Joe Fernandez Adam Jennings Bear Pascoe Matt Rivera Wendell Mathis Jesus Tapia J. Jamison

Att. 6 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1

Yds. 73 47 25 20 10 19 13 6 0

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tulsa Davis, Ashlan Mills, Garrett Parrish, Uril Adams, Tarrion Keopple, Landon

Att. 8 4 3 2 1

Yds. TD 128 1 52 0 19 0 29 0 6 0

Defensive Leaders Tackles (UA-A) Fresno State: Emanuel Sanchez 5-7; Dwayne Andrews 5-5; Rich Marshall 6-1; Alan Goodwin 2-4. Tulsa: Nelson Coleman 5-9; Nick Graham 8-4; C. Chamberlain 7-4; Nick Bunting 4-4. Sacks (No.-Yds.) Fresno State: None. Tulsa: None.

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....................................ROADY’S HUMANITARIAN BOWL

Fresno State 40, Georgia Tech 28

Dec. 31, 2007 • Boise, Idaho Scoring By Quarters

Fresno State 3 17 14 6 - 40 Georgia Tech 7 0 14 7 - 28

Scoring Summary GT   FS   FS   FS   FS   FS   GT   FS   GT   GT   FS  

DThomas 35 yd pass from T. Bennett (T. Bell kick)  Stitser, Clint 21 yd field goal  Moore, Marlon 6 yd run (Stitser, Clint kick)  Lubinsky, Drew 3 yd pass from Brandstater, T. (Stitser, Clint kick)  Stitser, Clint 39 yd field goal  Smith, Clifton 43 yd run (Stitser, Clint kick)  J. Dwyer 36 yd run (T. Bell kick)  Brandstater, T 24 yd run (Stitser, Clint kick)  J. Dwyer 2 yd run (T. Bell kick)  D.J. Donley 20 yd pass from C. Booker (T. Bell kick)  Smith, Clifton 32 yd run (Brandstater, T pass failed) 

Attendance: 27,062 BOISE, Idaho – Fresno State capped a terrific season by adding Georgia Tech - again - to their list of conquests from BCS conferences. Clifton Smith rushed for 152 yards and two touchdowns, Tom Brandstater threw for a score and ran for another and the Bulldogs beat Georgia Tech 40-28 in the Humanitarian Bowl. It’s Fresno State’s second bowl win over Georgia Tech, after beating the Yellow Jackets 30-21 in the 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic, and it made the Bulldogs 3-0 against the ACC in bowls. Fresno State has won four of its last five bowl games, all four wins coming against teams from the six conferences with automatic bids to the Bowl Championship Series. Fresno State scored 27 consecutive points after Tech jumped ahead 7-0, and rolled up 571 yards of total offense, the most allowed by the Yellow Jackets this season. Georgia Tech, which led the country in sacks with 47, never got to Brandstater. Brandstater was Tech’s biggest problem early on, before Smith took over with 135 yards rushing in the second half and both of his TDs. Brandstater even added a 24-yard TD run in the third quarter, behind an escort from tight end Bear Pascoe. But it was his first half that was most impressive, when Brandstater directed scoring drives of 82, 90 and 91 yards, and the Bulldogs scored 17 points in the second quarter, including 10 in the final 2 minutes. Brandstater, who finished 23 of 30 passing, threw a 3-yard TD pass to Drew Lubinsky with 1:54 left in the half, the first catch of the junior’s college career. Georgia Tech drove to the Fresno State 47, but on fourth down with 23 seconds left, quarterback Taylor Bennett was sacked. Brandstater then completed three straight passes and Clint Stitser kicked a 39-yard field goal, his second of the half, to give the Bulldogs a 20-7 lead. Smith then started the second half with a 43-yard TD run to give Fresno State a 27-7 lead. Backup quarterback Calvin Booker, in for injured starter Taylor Bennett, threw a towering jump ball that D.J. Donley wrestled from Fresno State defensive backs Moses Harris and Damion Owens, pulling the Yellow Jackets within six with 13:06 left. Brandstater tried to answer, leading the Bulldogs inside the Tech 10. But wide receiver Marlon Moore, who scored on a 6-yard run in the first half, fumbled on a hit by safety Joe Gaston. After Darryl Richard recovered, the Bulldogs’ defense held and Smith capped his career-best day with a 32-yard sprint with 1:50 remaining.

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush NET YARDS PASSING Completions-Attempts-Int TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt KICKOFFS-YARDS Punt returns: Number-Yards-TD Average Per Return Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD Average Per Return Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

GT 23 10 11 2 161 40 4.0 218 17-32-1 379 72 5.3 1-0 8-62 4-151 37.8 37.8 5-310 1-10-0 10.0 7-60-0 8.6 0-0-0 26:31 10 of 16 1 of 2 2-2 0-0

FS 29 16 11 2 286 42 6.8 285 23-31-0 571 73 7.8 2-1 10-80 2-24 12.0 7.0 7-413 0-0-0 0.0 5-125-0 25.0 1-0-0 33:29 8 of 11 0 of 0 3-4 3-23

Individual Stats Rushing Georgia Tech Choice, T. Dwyer, J. Nesbitt, J.

Att. 12 12 6

Net Yds. 69 62 37

TD 0 2 0

Fresno State Smith, Clifton Harding, Anthony Brandstater, Tom Miller, Lonyae Moore, Marlon

Att. 18 11 3 7 2

Net Yds. 152 46 40 38 11

TD 2 0 1 0 1

Passing Georgia Tech Bennett, T. Booker, C.

A-C-I 9-15-0 7-15-1

TD 1 1

Yds. 91 116

A-C-I 23-30-0

TD 1

Yds. 285

Fresno State Brandstater, Tom Receiving Georgia Tech Thomas, D. Johnson, J. Smith, G. Donley, D.J. Fresno State Moore, Marlon Pascoe, Bear Smith, Clifton Ajirotutu, Seyi Crawley, Jason Tapia, Jesus Hamler, Jamel Lubinsky, Drew

Att. 4 4 3 3 Att. 7 6 4 2 1 1 1 1

Yds. 69 61 45 33 Yds. 80 72 57 39 15 10 9 3

TD 1 0 0 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Defensive Leaders Tackles (UA-A) Georgia Tech: Wheeler, P. 6-5; Guyton, G. 5-5; Lewis, J. 5-3; Jones, D. 5-2. Fresno State: Riley, Marcus 5-4; Jacobs, Ben 2-7; Haynes, Marvin 3-5; Clutts, Tyler 6-1. Sacks (No.-Yds.) Georgia Tech: None. Fresno State: Clutts, Tyler 2-13; Monga, Jon 1-10.

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NEW MEXICO BOWL 1.................................................... COLORADO STATE 40, FRESNO STATE 35 Dec. 20, 2008 • Albuquerque, N.M. Scoring By Quarters Colorado State Fresno State

10 14

10 7

0 7

20 7

- -

40 35

Scoring Summary FS CSU FS CSU CSU FS CSU FS CSU CSU CSU FS

Miller, Lonyae 1 yd run (Goessling, K. kick) Stucker, Grant 18 yd run (Smith, Jason kick) Harding, A. 2 yd run (Goessling, K. kick) Smith, Jason 29 yd field goal Smith, Jason 22 yd field goal Miller, Lonyae 69 yd run (Goessling, K. kick) Sperry, Kory 22 yd pass from Farris, Billy (Smith, Jason kick) Harding, A. 2 yd run (Goessling, K. kick) Johnson, Gartre 1 yd run (Johnson, Gartre rush failed) Greer, Rashaun 69 yd pass from Farris, Billy (Smith, Jason kick) Johnson, Gartre 77 yd run (Smith, Jason kick) Skidmore, Ryan 7 yd pass from Brandstater, T. (Goessling, K. kick)

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Fresno State had two backs each rush for 100 yards and two touchdowns, but Bulldog miscues in the final quarter saw Colorado State outscore the Bulldogs 20-7 and win 40-35. The Dogs couldn’t find an answer for Ram back Gartrell Johnson, who rushed for a career-high 285 yards and scored two touchdowns. The Rams (7-6) took their first lead at 33-28 when Billy Farris threw a 69-yard TD to Rashaun Greer with seven minutes left. Fresno State cornerback Sharrod Davis took a big chance but whiffed on his attempt to bat the ball. Greer made the catch at the 30 and went untouched into the end zone. The loss also spoiled big rushing efforts by Anthony Harding and Lonyae Miller, who each scored twice. Harding finished with 120 yards rushing, and Miller added 113. Fresno State got within 40-35 with 55 seconds to go when Tom Brandstater threw a 7-yard pass to Ryan Skidmore. But Colorado State’s Kyle Bell had no trouble fielding the ensuing onside kick. The loss capped a rough season for the injury-depleted Bulldogs (7-6), who talked in fall workouts about a possible Bowl Championship Series run. They led 28-20 early in the fourth quarter. Johnson was named most valuable offensive player in front of 24,735 fans. This was the second bowl game of the bowl season. He broke a 57-yard run in the first quarter and went another 57 yards on a shovel pass from Farris in the second, leaving defenders reaching for the dreadlocks tumbling out of his helmet. Johnson, who averaged 99 yards rushing this season, had 97 by the end of the first quarter. He went wild against a young Fresno State defense that had allowed 197 yards rushing per game. The Rams trailed 21-20 after 6-foot-6 Kory Sperry caught a perfectly placed ball from Farris and beat two defenders in the corner of the end zone with two seconds remaining in the first half. The Bulldogs played without six starters--four on defense--who were lost for the season. But they were in control most of the way. Miller scored Fresno State’s first TD on a 1-yard plunge. Then he bounced outside for a 69-yard TD run to put the Bulldogs up 21-13 late in the second quarter. The Bulldogs were playing in their ninth bowl game in the last 10 years. Only 16 other schools playing in bowl games this season have been as successful.

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Team Stats FS CSU FIRST DOWNS 22 20 Rushing 12 12 Passing 9 7 Penalty 1 1 NET YARDS RUSHING 362 248 Rushing Attempts 39 39 Average Per Rush 9.3 6.4 Rushing Touchdowns 3 4 NET YARDS PASSING 257 186 Completions-Attempts-Int 17-30-1 13-23-1 Average Per Attempt 8.6 8.1 Average Per Completion 15.1 14.3 Passing Touchdowns 2 1 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 619 434 Total offense plays 69 62 Average Gain Per Play 9.0 7.0 Fumbles: Number-Lost 3-0 0-0 Penalties: Number-Yards 6-60 3-25 PUNTS-YARDS 2-84 5-217 KICKOFFS-YARDS 8-534 5-320 Kickoff returns: Number-Yds-TD 5-87-0 4-96-0 Average Per Return 17.4 24.0 Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD 1-15-0 1-26-0 Possession Time 31:49 28:11 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 14 5 of 11 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 1-4 Individual Stats Rushing Colorado State Johnson, G. Morton, D. Stucker, G. Mosure, J. Bell, K. Farris, B. Fresno State Harding, Anthony Miller, Lonyae Mathews, Ryan Wylie, Devon Brandstater, Tom West, Chastin

Att. 27 3 2 2 2 3 Att. 18 13 4 1 2 1

Passing Colorado State Farris, B. Borcky, T.J. Fresno State Brandstater, Tom

A-C-I 29-17-1 1-0-0 A-C-I 23-13-1

TD 2 0 TD 1

Yds. 257 0 Yds. 186

Receiving Colorado State Johnson, G. Pauga, Z Morton, D. Greer, R. Sperry, K. Fresno State Ajirotutu, Seyi Pascoe, Bear Moore, Marlon Evans, Rashad Harding, Anthony Skidmore, Ryan

Att. 5 4 3 1 1 Att. 3 3 3 1 1 1

Yds. 90 36 29 69 22 Yds. 81 39 25 28 8 7

TD 0 0 0 1 1 TD 0 0 0 0 0 1

Net Yds. 285 41 6 17 6 -1 Net Yds. 120 113 13 6 4 -8

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 TD 2 2 0 0 0 0

Defensive Leaders Tackles (UA-A) Colorado State: Brewer, R. 6-4; Galusha, J. 7-2; Pagnotta, M. 6-3, Sisson, M. 3-3; Oppenneer, N. 3-3; Horinek, J. 2-2, Clark, J. 1-3; Owens, B. 2-0. Fresno State: Carter, C. 2-7; Plummer, S. 4-4; Bell, L. 3-5; Jacobs, B. 3-4; Herron, N. 1-6; Dunn, D. 2-4; Harris, M. 2-3; Ike, I. 2-2; Davis, S. 1-3; Jorde, J. 3-0. Sacks (No.-Yds.) Colorado State: None Fresno State: Ike, I. 1.0-4

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.................................................... NEW MEXICO BOWL 2

WYOMING 35, FRESNO STATE 28

Dec. 19, 2009 • Albuquerque, N.M. Scoring By Quarters Wyoming Fresno State

1 2 3 4 2OT Total 7 7 3 11 7 35 0 14 7 7 0 28

Scoring Summary WY FS WY FS FS WY FS WY WY WY

ALEXANDER, A. 68 yd run (WATTS, Ian kick) Mathews, Ryan 4 yd run (Goessling, K. kick) BOLLING, Greg 21 yd pass from CARTA-SAMUELS,A (WATTS, Ian Kick) Hamler, Jamel 10 yd pass from Colburn, Ryan (Goessling, K. kick) Hamler, Jamel 43 yd pass from West, Chastin (Goessling, K. kick) WATTS, Ian 40 yd field goal Mathews, Ryan 5 yd run (Goessling, K. kick) LEONARD, David 11 yd pass from CARTA-SAMUELS,A (BOLLING, Greg pass from CARTA-SAMUELS,A) WATTS, Ian 37 yd field goal LEONARD, David 13 yd pass from CARTA-SAMUELS,A (WATTS, Ian kick)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Freshman Austyn Carta-Samuels threw three touchdown passes, the last a 13-yarder to David Leonard in the second overtime Saturday, and Wyoming beat Fresno State 35-28 in the New Mexico Bowl. The first of 34 bowls was a high-scoring matchup that was decided by defense. Wyoming (7-6) stopped the nation’s leading rusher, Fresno State’s Ryan Mathews, on three rushing attempts from the 1 in the first overtime. The Bulldogs (8-5) tried a quarterback sneak on fourth down and came up short. The Cowboys scored on the first possession in double overtime, then held Fresno State on downs. The Bulldogs were playing in their 10th bowl game in the last 11 seasons and for the second straight year played in the New Mexico Bowl.

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•Fresno State made its 10th bowl appearance in the last 11 seasons. •Ryan Mathews scored his 37th and 38th career rushing touchdowns in the game, tying a New Mexico Bowl record for most rushing TDs in game. His first tied the game at 7-7 with a 4-yard run. That followed a big fourth down conversion in which Mathews reeled off a 29-yard run to put the ball at the 4 yard line. His touchdown extended his career school record. •Mathews posted his 11th 100-yard rushing game of the season, most by a back in school history and tying the WAC record set in 2000 by LaDainian Tomlinson of TCU. •On the day, Mathews had 144 yards on 31 carries. He finishes his third season at Fresno State second for career rushing with 3,280 yards on 530 carries with 38 TDs to average 6.2 yards per carry. Mathews ran for 1,808 yards in 2009, surpassing Rodney Davis’s record of 1,586 by 222 yards. •In the WAC record book, Mathews finishes fourth in single season rushing yards, 16th all-time in career rushing yards and 12th in rushing touchdowns. •Jamel Hamler’s two-touchdown game gives him four in the last four games. Two of those touchdowns were acrobatic, as he scored with 2 seconds remaining against Illinois as he stretched the ball across the goal line and then a leaping catch against Wyoming and landing with his feet in bounds. Replays on both plays proved touchdowns were the correct calls on the field. He added his second TD of the game on a reverse pass from fellow receiver Chastin West. •Hamler’s two touchdowns tied a New Mexico Bowl record for most in a game, held by five other players in including teammates Lonyae Miller (2008), Anthony Harding (2008) and Ryan Mathews (2009). •Ben Jacob’s blocked kick at the end of the half of a 50-yard field goal attempt by the Cowboys was the fifth of his career. It was Fresno State’s fifth of the season, 84th of the Pat Hill era and the 49th since 2002, most in the nation. It was the second on New Mexico Bowl history. •Chastin West completed his first pass attempt of his career, a 43-yard pass to Jamel Hamler on Fresno State’s first drive of the third quarter to give the Dogs their first lead of the game, 21-14. •Junior Chris Lewis got his first career interception and had a 27-yard interception return, breaking a New Mexico Bowl game record for most return yards on an interception. His interception was tipped by Cornell Banks and he returned to the Wyoming 6 yard line. Mathews scored two plays later to give the Dogs a 28-17 lead. •Senior Wilson Ramos made his first quarterback sack of the season, UW dropping quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuals in the third quarter. •The game was the first overtime game in New Mexico Bowl history and Fresno State’s second double-overtime game in the 2009 season.

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MSU Charles Rogers 69-yard pass from Jeff Smoker (Dave Rayner kick) FS Paris Gaines 2-yard run (Asen Asparuhov kick) FS Paris Gaines 15-yard pass from David Carr (Asen Asparuhov kick) BOISE, IDAHO--T he Dogs got outfrom to aJeff fast start (Dave in the Rayner first quarter MSU Ivory McCoy 5-yard pass Smoker kick) , forcing the Huskies to turn the ball over on downs :on their opening possession. The Bulldogs responded with a 69-yard scoring drive, capped by Colburn’s 11Attendance 30,456 yard scoring strike to Jamel Hamler, who was named the Most Valuable Player for Fresno State. SAN JOSE, Calif. set a Michigan record with 270 .yards receiving - and he wasn’t even the Colburn was –28Charles for 38 Rogers on the night and threwState for two touchdowns

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Team Stats FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty NET YARDS RUSHING Rushing Attempts Avg. Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Yards Gained Rushing Yards Lost Rushing NET YARDS PASSING C-A-I Avg. Per Attempt Avg. Per Completion Passing Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS Total offense plays Average Gain Per Play Fumbles: Number-Lost Penalties: Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS Average Yards Per Punt Net Yards Per Punt Inside 20 50+ Yards Touchbacks Fair catch KICKOFFS-YARDS Avg. Yards Per Kickoff Interceptions: Number-Yds-TD Fumble Returns: Number-Yds-TD Miscellaneous Yards Possession Time 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Touchdowns Field goals Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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Rushing Most rushes:.........56 vs. USC, 1992 Freedom Bowl IX Most net yards gained:.................................................. ..........260 vs. Colorado State, 2008 New Mexico Bowl Most TDs:.4 vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V Passing Most attempts:.63 vs. Colorado, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Most completions:......................................................... ............37 vs. Colorado, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Most had intercepted:................................................... ........... 4 vs. Ball State, 1989 California Raisin Bowl IX Most yards gained: ....................................................... .531 vs. Michigan State, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic Highest pct.: ................................................................... ... .694 vs. Bowling Green, 1991 California Raisin Bowl XI Most touchdowns:.......................................................... 5, 2x; vs. Air Force, 2000 Silicon Valley Football ....... Classic; vs. Virginia, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl Total Offense Most plays (passing & rushing):.................................... ............88 vs. Colorado, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Most yards gained:........................................................ .. 560 vs. Michigan State, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic

Punting Most punts:.9 vs. Western Michigan, 1988 California Bowl VIII

Most yards:.332 vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V Highest average per punt:............................................. ..........47.4 vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V Punt Returns Most punt returns:.......13 vs. Drake, 1946 Raisin Bowl Most yards returned:..................................................... ............. 59 vs. Bowling Green, 1982 California Bowl II Kickoff Returns Most kickoff returns:...................................................... ....8 vs. Air Force, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic Most return Yards:......................................................... ...... 156 vs. vs. Air Force, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic

Miscellaneous Most first downs:........................................................... ............34 vs. Colorado, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Most first downs rushing:.16 vs. USC, 1992 Freedom Bowl IX Most first downs passing:............................................. ............25 vs. Colorado, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Most first downs penalty:.............................................. .... 16 vs. Western Michigan, 1988 California Bowl VIII Most fumbles:................................................................ ...8 vs. Arkansas State, 1937 Little All-American Bowl Most fumbles lost:......................................................... .6 vs. Arkansas State, 1937 Little All-American Bowl; vs. ............................................... Drake, 1946 Raisin Bowl

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TEAM DEFENSE Rushing Fewest rushes:................ 28, Tulsa, 2005 Liberty Bowl Fewest net yards:.......................................................... ......... 61 vs. Ball State, 1989 California Raisin Bowl IX

Touchdown passes Game: 5, 2x; David Carr vs. Air Force, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic; Paul Pinegar vs. Virginia, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl Career: 9, David Carr, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic II

Passing Fewest attempts:.........13 vs. Drake, 1946 Raisin Bowl Fewest completions: ....6 vs. Drake, 1946 Raisin Bowl Passes intercepted: ................. 7 vs. Humboldt State, 1968 Camellia Bowl

Passes intercepted Game: 6, Mel Gustafson vs. Drake, 1946 Raisin Bowl; Rod Hudson vs. Humboldt State, 1968 Camellia Bowl Career: 6, Mel Gustafson, 1946 Raisin Bowl; Rod Hudson, 1968 Camellia Bowl

Total Defense Fewest rushing & passing plays:................................... .............................50 vs. USC, 1992 Freedom Bowl IX Fewest yards gained:.147 vs. Drake, 1946 Raisin Bowl

Longest pass - 91, Mark Barsotti to Stephen Shelley vs. Ball State, 1989 California Raisin Bowl IX

Scoring Fewest pts allowed:.0 vs. Hawaii, 1941 Pineapple Bowl Miscellaneous Fewest total first downs:.9 vs. Drake, 1946 Raisin Bowl

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RECEIVING Pass receptions Game: 15, Stephone Paige vs. Bowling Green, 1982 California Bowl II Career: 24, Rodney Wright, 1999 EA Sports Las Vegas Bowl, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic............................................

RUSHING Rushing attempts Game: 37, Rodney Davis vs. Georgia Tech, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III Career: 51, Bryson Sumlin, Silicon Valley Football Classic III & IV, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl, 2005 Liberty Bowl

Receiving yards Game: 299, Rodney Wright, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic Career: 431, Rodney Wright, 1999 EA Sports Las Vegas Bowl, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic

Rushing yards (net) Game: 153, Rodney Davis vs. Georgia Tech, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III Career: 243, Wendell Mathis, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl; 2005 Liberty Bowl

Touchdown receptions Game: 2 (7 players), Bernard Berrian, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic, Jan Barrett, 1961 Mercy Bowl I; Stephone Paige, 1982 California Bowl; Gene Taylor, 1985 California Bowl; Andre Alexander, 1988 California Bowl; Tydus Winans, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl; Rodney Wright, 2001, Silicon Valley Football Classic Career: 2 (6 players), Bernard Berrian, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic, Jan Barrett, 1961 Mercy Bowl I; Stephone Paige, 1982 California Bowl; Gene Taylor, 1985 California Bowl; Andre Alexander, 1988 California Bowl; Tydus Winans 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl; Rodney Wright, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic

Touchdowns Game: 3, Stephone Paige vs. Bowling Green, 1982 California Bowl II Career: 3, Stephone Paige, 1982 California Bowl II; Anthony Daigle, 1991 California Raisin Bowl XI, 1992 Freedom Bowl IX, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl PASSING Pass Attempts Game: 63, Trent Dilfer vs. Colorado, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Career: 123, Paul Pinegar, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III, 2003 Silicon Valley Football Classic IV, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl, 2005 Liberty Bowl Pass Completions .Game: 37, Trent Dilfer vs. Colorado, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Career: 70, Paul Pinegar, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III, 2003 Silicon Valley Football Classic IV, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl, 2005 Liberty Bowl Completion Percentage Game: (min. 10) .694, Mark Barsotti vs. Bowling Green, 1991 California Raisin Bowl XI Career: .640, David Carr, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic and 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic II Passing yards Game: 531, David Carr vs. Michigan State, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic

Longest reception - 91, Stephen Shelly from Mark Barsotti, 1989 California Raisin Bowl IX TOTAL OFFENSE Total offensive attempts (passing & rushing plays).................. Game: 88 vs. Colorado, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl Total offense yards Game: 560 vs. Michigan State, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic Touchdowns responsible for Game: 5, 2x; David Carr vs. Air Force, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic; Paul Pinegar vs. Virginia, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl Career: 9, David Carr (9 passes) vs. Air Force, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic; vs. Michigan State, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic

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Scoring Most touchdowns: ......................................................... .............. 7 vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V. Most points after touchdown:....................................... ...............7 vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V Most field goals:............................................................ .3, vs. Georgia Tech, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III Most points, first half: ............ 23 vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V

Most points, second half: ..27 vs. Air Force, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic Most total points: .............51 vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V

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BOWL RECORDS............................................................. SCORING Touchdowns scored Game: 3, Stephone Paige vs. Bowling Green, 1982 California Bowl II Career: 3 (2 players) Stephone Paige, 1982 California Bowl; Anthony Daigle, 1991 California Raisin Bowl, 1992 Freedom Bowl IX, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl; Paris Gaines, 2000 Silicon Valley Football Classic, 2001 Silicon Valley Football Classic; Bryson Sumlin, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III, 2003 Silicon Valley Football Classic IV, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl, 2005 Liberty Bowl

Most kicking points Game: 12, Asen Asparuhov, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III Career: 21, Asen Asparuhov, Silicon Valley Football Classic I-III

PAT’s made Game: 7, Barry Belli vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V Career: 12, Asen Asparuhov, Silicon Valley Football Classic I-III

Kickoff returns Game: 4, Eric Fox vs. Bowling Green, 1982 California Bowl II; Kelvin Means vs. Bowling Green, 1991 California Raisin Bowl XI; Rashad Evans vs. Colorado State, 2008 New Mexico Bowl Career: 6, Adam Jennings, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III, 2003 Silicon Valley Football Classic IV, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl, 2005 Liberty Bowl Kickoff yards .Game: 96, Rashad Evans vs. Colorado State, 2008 New Mexico Bowl Career: 182, Adam Jennings, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III, 2003 Silicon Valley Football Classic IV, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl, 2005 Liberty Bowl

PAT’s attempted Game: 7, Barry Belli vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V Career: 13, Asen Asparuhov, Silicon Valley Football Classic I-III Field goals attempted Game: 4, Asen Asparuhov, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III Career: 4, Derek Mahoney, 1991 California Raisin Bowl; Asen Asparuhov, Silicon Valley Football Classic I-III Field goals made Game: 3, Asen Asparuhov, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III Career: 3, Asen Asparuhov, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III Longest field goal made Game: 49, Brett Visintainer, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl Most two-point conversions Game: 1, Terry Carter vs. Bowling Green, 1982 California Bowl II; Anthony Daigle vs. Colorado, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl .Career: 1, Terry Carter, 1982 California Bowl II; Anthony Daigle, 1993 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl

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RETURNS Longest punt return Game: 21, Eric Fox vs. Bowling Green, 1982 California Bowl II; Andre Alexander vs. Western Michigan, 1988 California Bowl VIII

Touchdowns from kickoff returns Game: 0, all teams Career: 0, all teams Longest return Game: 39, Adam Jennings vs. Georgia Tech, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III PUNTING Punts Game: 9, Lance Oberparleiter vs. Western Michigan, 1988 California Bowl VIII Career: 17, Jason Simpson, Silicon Valley Football Classic I-III

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Longest punt Game: 62, Mike Lingua, 2004 MPC Computers Bowl DEFENSE Solo tackles Game: 13, James Williams vs. Ball State, 1989 California Raisin Bowl IX Total tackles Game: 18, Don Turner vs. Bowling Green, 1982 California Bowl II Sacks Game: 3, Clyde Glover vs. Bowling Green, 1982 California Bowl II; Greg Ramsey vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V Career: 3, Clyde Glover, 1982 California Bowl; Greg Ramsey, 1985 California Bowl V Interceptions Passes intercepted Game: 2, Rod Webster vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V; Dee Meza vs. Georgia Tech, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III Career: 2, Rod Webster, 1985 California Bowl Interception yards Game: 58, Ron Cox vs. Ball State, 1989 California Raisin Bowl IX Career: 58, Ron Cox, 1989 California Raisin Bowl Most touchdowns Game: 1, Ron Cox vs. Ball State, 1989 California Raisin Bowl IX; Dee Meza, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III Career: 1, Ron Cox vs. Ball State, 1989 California Raisin Bowl IX; Dee Meza, 2002 Silicon Valley Football Classic III

Average per punt Game: (min. 5) 47.4 (7 for 332), Mike Mancini vs. Bowling Green, 1985, California Bowl V Career: 47.4, Mike Mancini, 1985 California Bowl V Punting yards Game: 332, Mike Mancini vs. Bowling Green, 1985 California Bowl V Career: 660, Jason Simpson, Silicon Valley Football Classic I-III

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THE MOUNTAIN W THIS IS THE MOUNTAIN WEST From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics, while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions. Progressive in its approach, the MW continues to cultivate opportunities for studentathletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. Now in its 14th year, the MW has been assertive in its involvement with the NCAA governance structure and has taken a leadership role in the overall administration of intercollegiate athletics. The Mountain West has marked several achievements over its first 13 years of existence, most notably becoming the first to establish a sports television network dedicated solely to an intercollegiate athletic conference (The Mtn.). The Mountain West also was the first to experiment with the coaches’ challenge in the college football instant replay system, and was the first non-automatic-qualifying BCS conference to participate in four BCS bowl games, winning three. Additionally, the Mountain West was the first conference to have a member institution with No. 1 overall picks in both the NFL and NBA drafts in the same year (Utah’s Alex Smith and Andrew Bogut, respectively in 2005). With San Diego State’s Stephen Strasburg claiming the No. 1 pick in the 2009 MLB Draft, the Mountain West is one of two conferences to have the No. 1 selection in each of the NFL, NBA and MLB drafts since the MW was founded in 1999. In 2011-12, the Mountain West was among the first conferences to implement a league-wide state-of-the art basketball instant replay system. The Mountain West is noted for its geographic diversity. Some of the most beautiful terrain and landscapes in the nation can be found within Mountain West boundaries, including the majestic Rocky Mountain range, which borders four MW institutions (Air Force, Boise State, Colorado State and New Mexico). The high plains of Wyoming (elevation 7,220 feet – the highest Division I campus in the nation) contrast with the desert cities of Las Vegas and Reno, home to UNLV and Nevada, while Fresno State and San Diego State add a West coast influence with their locations in Central and Southern California. The inclusion of the Hawai‘i football program extends the Mountain West footprint to the beautiful islands in the Pacific Ocean. HISTORY The Mountain West was conceived on May 26, 1998, when the presidents of eight institutions — Air Force, BYU, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah and Wyoming — decided to form a new NCAA Division I-A intercollegiate athletic conference. The split from a former 16-team conference re-established continuity and stability among the membership within the new league and signaled the continuation of its tradition-rich, long-standing athletic rivalries. Three of the MW’s eight original members have been conference rivals since the 1960s (New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado State), while San Diego State (1978) and Air Force (1980) were longtime members as well. UNLV and TCU entered the fold in 1996 and the Rebels continued as one of the original eight institutions that formed the MW in 1999. TCU re-joined the group with its first year of competition in the Mountain West in 2005-06. With conference realignment sweeping the nation in recent years, the MW has been proactive in addressing membership changes. Boise State University joined the Mountain West in 2011-12, followed by Fresno State and the University of Nevada on July 1, 2012. Also on July 1, 2012, the University of Hawai‘i

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became a football-only member of the Conference. On May 4, 2012, the Mountain West announced the additions of San Jose State University and Utah State University as full-time members effective July 1, 2013. When the Mountain West officially began operations on July 1, 1999, the new league had in place a sevenyear contract with ESPN, giving the broadcaster exclusive national television rights to MW football and men’s basketball, and three-year agreements to send the league’s football champion to the Liberty Bowl and a second team to the Las Vegas Bowl. Commissioner Craig Thompson also arranged a third bowl tie-in each of the first three seasons (1999 Motor City, 2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans) before securing a four-year deal with the Emerald Bowl in San Francisco in 2002. Entering the 2012 season, the MW has four contracted bowl affiliations – the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas, San Diego Country Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl and Gildan New Mexico Bowl. An innovator in the postseason bowl structure, the MW engineered many “firsts,” as league teams have participated in five inaugural bowl games (2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans, 2002 San Francisco (Emerald), 2005 Poinsettia, 2006 New Mexico), as well as placing the first non-automatic-qualifying BCS team into a BCS bowl game with Utah’s appearance in the 2005 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

the league’s average attendance record for the second straight year as the eight MW teams averaged 1,036 fans per match in 2012. In women’s soccer, New Mexico advanced to the NCAA tournament for the second straight year after clinching both the MW regular-season and tournament crowns. Lobo midfielder Jael Fanning joined New Mexico volleyball outside hitter Kelly Williamson in receiving NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships. The New Mexico men’s and women’s cross country teams swept the MW crowns for the third consecutive year and went on to earn spots in the NCAA Championships. The Lobo women registered their second consecutive top 10 performance with a ninth-place finish at the NCAA Championships, while the Lobo men finished in 31st place. Two MW student-athletes won national titles at the 2012 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships as New Mexico’s Kendall Spencer and TCU’s Whitney Gipson won the men’s and women’s long jump events, respectively.

2011-12 IN REVIEW From the gridiron to the diamond, Mountain West teams enjoyed an outstanding year in 2011-12. The MW sent a record five football teams to bowl games for the fifth consecutive year and had two teams ranked in the final BCS Standings and USA Today/ ESPN Coaches polls for the fourth straight season. League newcomer Boise State enjoyed a successful inaugural MW campaign, closing out the 2011 season ranked sixth in the Coaches’ poll and eighth in the Associated Press poll. For the second time in three years, the Mountain West was represented by four men’s basketball teams in the NCAA tournament, marking the 12th time in the last 13 years the Conference has sent multiple teams to the Big Dance. Regular season co-champion New Mexico captured the MW Tournament title to earn the league’s automatic bid, while MW regular-season co-champion San Diego State was joined by Colorado State and UNLV in receiving at-large invitations. The 2011-12 season marked the third straight year the Mountain West had at least two teams ranked in the final AP poll and one in the Coaches’ poll. Overall, the league had three different teams ranked in the national top 25 polls at some point during the season for the third straight year. San Diego State won both the MW women’s basketball regular-season and tournament titles to earn the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament, marking the Aztecs’ third trip to the Big Dance in the last four seasons. UNLV, making its first postseason appearance since 2006, advanced to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. Mountain West regular-season and tournament champion Colorado State made its 17th consecutive appearance in the NCAA women’s volleyball tournament and advanced to the second round for the fifth straight year. The Rams finished the season with a national ranking for the second straight year, coming in at No. 25 in the final AVCA poll. Volleyball also re-set

The Mountain West registered a record nine All-American performances at the NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships, with student-athletes from Boise State, New Mexico, San Diego State, TCU, UNLV and Wyoming representing the league. For the 13th consecutive season, the Mountain West sent at least four men’s golf teams to the NCAA Tournament. This marked the third time in four years the MW was represented by five teams as San Diego State earned the league’s automatic bid and was joined by Colorado State, New Mexico, TCU and UNLV with atlarge invitations. The Aztecs and Horned Frogs qualified for the 2012 NCAA Finals, the ninth time in league history multiple teams advanced. San Diego State advanced to match play and finished fifth as a team, marking the highest finish for a MW squad since three teams placed in the top eight at the 2005 NCAA Finals. TCU’s Julien Brun tied for second place at the NCAA Finals, which is the highest individual finish for a MW golfer since UNLV’s Ryan Moore captured medalist honors in 2004. For the third consecutive year, at least four MW women’s golf teams received NCAA regional bids, marking the ninth straight year the Mountain West has sent at least three teams to the postseason. TCU earned the league’s automatic berth and was joined in postseason

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1999, an additional 26 student-athletes have been named MW Scholar-Athlete of the Year and awarded league-sponsored postgraduate scholarships. Three student-athletes have earned distinction as Rhodes Scholars (Jessica Mellinger, Wyoming and Delavane Diaz and Brittany Morreale, Air Force). Conference student-athletes are also given a voice regarding pertinent issues within the MW and NCAA governance structure through representation on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). The Mountain West SAAC consists of 19 representatives; two student-athletes from each full member institution and one faculty athletics representative. The committee reviews and reacts to legislation and to other topics referred by the Conference constituent groups or committees related to the student-athlete experience. ACHIEVEMENT The MW has produced 762 All-America selections among its 18 sponsored sports (men’s swimming was discontinued as a conference sport following the 2010-11 season) in the last 13 years, including a league-record 83 All-America honorees in 2010-11. A total of 125 MW student-athletes have also earned Academic All-America accolades in that span. The Mountain West has sent at least 28 teams to NCAA postseason events in each of the past 13 years, capturing three team national championships in men’s cross country and producing 32 individual national champions in the sports of men’s golf, men’s cross country, and men’s and women’s indoor track & field and outdoor track & field.

Mountain West members have participated in 51 bowl games under the league umbrella, including four appearances in BCS games. The MW has earned 61 postseason bids in men’s basketball, including 33 NCAA Tournament appearances and two NIT Final Four berths. MW women’s basketball has tallied 57 postseason slots, including 31 NCAA bids, five Sweet 16 appearances and one Elite Eight berth since 2000. Wyoming won the MW’s first WNIT championship in 2007 with a win over Wisconsin. In women’s volleyball, the MW has had 34 NCAA bids with eight Sweet 16 berths and one Elite Eight appearance. Women’s soccer has earned 26 NCAA bids since 1999, with BYU advancing to the Sweet 16 in 2000 and the Elite Eight in 2003. MW men’s golf has had at least four representatives in each of the last 13 NCAA Golf Regionals, while women’s golf has had at least three teams participate in NCAA Regionals 11 of the last 13 years. SPORTSMANSHIP Named a Sports Ethics Fellow by the Institute for International Sport in 1998, Commissioner Thompson has been a driving force for sportsmanship within intercollegiate athletics. As part of its continuing growth and development, the Mountain West implemented an extensive Sportsmanship Initiative, endorsed by both the MW Joint Council and MW Board of Directors. The program is made up of several elements, which are both practical and philosophical in nature. While the MW has significant penalties in place to deal with violations, the Sportsmanship Initiative is primarily promotional and educational in nature. The goal is to develop an environment that fosters appropriate behavior from all Conference constituencies.

their second straight MW tournament title and earned the league’s automatic bid for their third consecutive appearance in the NCAA Baseball Championship. TCU received an at-large invitation and made its ninth straight trip to the NCAA tournament, advancing to the Super Regionals for the third time in four years. The 2012 season marked the fourth straight year the Mountain West sent multiple teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship. ACADEMIC CONSORTIUM From the outset, the MW’s member institutions have been committed to creating strong academic relationships, as well as athletic competition. To that end, the chief academic officers of each institution have explored academic exchange programs, library crossovers and shared research. In addition, the faculty athletics representatives routinely provide academic assistance and test-taking services for student-athletes visiting from fellow member institutions for competition. OPPORTUNITY The Mountain West provides a first-class athletic and academic experience for more than 7,000 student-athletes each year. Over the past 13 years, 38 Mountain West student-athletes have earned NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, and since the league’s inception in

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FRESNO CRAIG THOMPSON MOUNTAIN WEST COMMISSIONER Through its first 13 years of competition, the Mountain West has participated in 51 bowl games, amassing a 31-20 (.608) all-time record in those contests. Over the last eight seasons, the MW has captured the Bowl Challenge Cup four times and owns the best win percentage in bowl games among the 11 FBS conferences with a 24-12 mark (.667). The MW claimed the 2010, 2009 and 2007 Challenge Cups after finishing each of the three postseasons with 4-1 (.800) records. The league earned its first Cup after registering a 2-1 mark in bowl competition during the 2004 season. The Mountain West is the only conference to win the Bowl Challenge Cup four times since the award’s inception in 2002. Prior to his current role, Thompson served as the commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference for nearly eight years and as the only commissioner of the American South Conference prior to the merger of the two leagues in 1991. Craig Thompson was the Mountain West Conference’s first employee when he was named Commissioner on Oct. 15, 1998. Ever since, Thompson has navigated the newest NCAA Division I conference through the ever-changing landscape of intercollegiate athletics. As the league enters its 14th season of competition in 2011-12, Thompson continues to create and improve the opportunities for Mountain West institutions and student-athletes to be successful both academically and athletically. Since the Mountain West opened its doors on January 4, 1999, Thompson has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics, while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions. Progressive in its approach, the MW has flourished under the guidance of Commissioner Thompson and continues to cultivate opportunities for student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. He has been instrumental in negotiating nearly $230 million in television revenue and has been an innovator in the postseason bowl structure as MW teams have participated in five inaugural bowl games. Thompson also has positioned the Mountain West for the future with the additions of Fresno State and the University of Nevada on July 1, 2012, and San Jose State University and Utah State University on July 1, 2013. The University of Hawai`i also joined the league as a football-only member on July 1, 2012. His leadership and vision have helped the conference enhance its television revenue and exposure through revolutionary agreements with CBS Sports Network and Comcast to become the first major collegiate athletic conference to launch a dedicated sports channel featuring exclusive programming around its athletic programs, as well as conference news. n the summer of 2006, the centerpiece of this historic relationship was realized with the launch of The Mtn. – MountainWest Sports Network - the first sports network dedicated to serving a single collegiate athletic conference.

During his eight years at the Sun Belt, he spent the majority of his time addressing national trends and challenges in intercollegiate athletics, television exposure, issues relating to conference membership and promoting corporate involvement. In 1997-98, the Sun Belt instituted a comprehensive sportsmanship policy, which earned Thompson designation as a 1998 Sports Ethics Fellow by the Institute for International Sport. Under Thompson’s leadership, the Sun Belt was active in expansion as it continued to strengthen its posture nationally, adding Florida International University and the University of Denver. Thompson is an integral part of the national landscape in intercollegiate athletics, holding many prestigious NCAA posts. He is currently on the NCAA Football Board of Directors and a member of the BCS administration. Thompson also is a member of the College Football Officiating Board of Managers, LLC, and a consultant for the Task Force on Commercial Activity in Intercollegiate Athletics. He also has served on the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee (19952000) and was appointed Chair of the committee in July 1999, completing his term September 1, 2000.

hosting numerous men’s and women’s NCAA postseason basketball tournaments in St. Louis, Atlanta, New Orleans and Denver. Prior to its merger with the Sun Belt, Thompson served as the first and only commissioner of the American South Conference, which boasted an NCAA national champion in women’s basketball during its first year. The American South also gained immediate national cable television exposure on ESPN and sent numerous teams into NCAA postseason play during the conference’s four-year history. Preceding his move to commissioner, Thompson served four years as the Director of Communications for the Metro Conference in Atlanta. While at the Metro, he directed the communications operations and administered conference championship events. Thompson originated the Metro Conference Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association, began a weekly radio program with over 300 affiliate stations, and originated a weekly satellite video program involving all Metro institutions. He also took on administrative duties such as coordination of officials, scheduling of tournament and regular-season play, and handling of legislative rules interpretations. Thompson graduated from the University of Minnesota with an undergraduate degree in journalism. Following graduation, he spent two years as assistant sports information director at Kansas State University, earning numerous CoSIDA publication awards. He then spent three years as director of public relations and promotions for the NBA’s Kansas City Kings. Thompson and his wife, Carla, have a son (Ted) and a daughter (Emma).

Over the tenure of his career, Thompson has been a member of the Executive Committee and the Director’s Cup Committee of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), as well as the governing NCAA Council and various Council subcommittees. He has also played a prominent role in

Thompson has been instrumental in strengthening the position of the Mountain West in the current Bowl Championship Series (BCS) structure. In 2006, he spearheaded an effort that resulted in better access for the MW and more than doubled the annual BCS revenue on an annual basis for non-automatic-qualifying conferences. The MW has been steadfast in its efforts to find a way to make the BCS system fair for all universities.

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Friday, August 31 Boise State at Michigan State

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Saturday, September 1 Idaho State at Air Force Weber State at Fresno State Hawai‘i at USC Nevada at California Southern at New Mexico San Diego State at Washington # Wyoming at Texas

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Saturday, September 8 South Florida at Nevada Army at San Diego State Air Force at Michigan North Dakota State at Colorado State Fresno State at Oregon New Mexico at Texas Northern Arizona at UNLV Toledo at Wyoming

CBS Sports Network NBC Sports Network TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

12:30 p.m. PT 4:30 p.m. PT TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Friday, September 14 Washington State at UNLV

ESPN

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Saturday, September 15 Miami (Ohio) at Boise State Colorado at Fresno State Colorado State at San Jose State Lamar at Hawai‘i Northwestern State at Nevada New Mexico at Texas Tech North Dakota at San Diego State Cal Poly at Wyoming

NBC Sports Network CBS Sports Network TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

2 p.m. MT 5 p.m. PT TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Thursday, September 20 BYU at Boise State

ESPN

Saturday, September 22 Nevada at Hawai‘i *

NBC Sports Network

Wyoming at Idaho New Mexico at New Mexico State Air Force at UNLV * Utah State at Colorado State Fresno State at Tulsa San Jose State at San Diego State

TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

TBA 4:30 p.m. HT / 7:30 p.m. PT 2 p.m. PT 6 p.m. MT TBA TBA TBA TBA

Friday, September 28 Hawai‘i at BYU

ESPN

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Saturday, September 29 Colorado State at Air Force * Boise State at New Mexico * San Diego State at Fresno State * Nevada at Texas State UNLV at Utah State

TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Saturday, October 6 Navy at Air Force Hawai‘i at San Diego State * Boise State at Southern Miss Fresno State at Colorado State * Wyoming at Nevada *

CBS CBS Sports Network TBD TBD TBD

9:30 a.m. MT 5 p.m. PT TBA TBA TBA

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Texas State at New Mexico UNLV at Louisiana Tech Saturday, October 13 Fresno State at Boise State * Air Force at Wyoming * Colorado State at San Diego State * New Mexico at Hawai‘i * Nevada at UNLV *

TBD TBD TV NBC Sports Network TBD TBD TBD TBD

TBA TBA Time 1:30 p.m. MT TBA TBA TBA TBA

Saturday, October 20 UNLV at Boise State * San Diego State at Nevada * New Mexico at Air Force * Wyoming at Fresno State *

NBC Sports Network CBS Sports Network TBD TBD

1:30 p.m. MT 7:30 p.m. PT TBA TBA

Friday, October 26 Nevada at Air Force *

CBS Sports Network

6 p.m. MT

Saturday, October 27 Boise State at Wyoming * Hawai‘i at Colorado State * Fresno State at New Mexico * UNLV at San Diego State *

CBS Sports Network TBD TBD TBD

1:30 p.m. MT TBA TBA TBA

Saturday, November 3 Air Force at Army San Diego State at Boise State * Colorado State at Wyoming * Hawai‘i at Fresno State * New Mexico at UNLV *

CBS Sports Network CBS Sports Network TBD TBD TBD

Noon ET 8:30 p.m. MT TBA TBA TBA

Saturday, November 10 Air Force at San Diego State * Boise State at Hawai‘i *

NBC Sports Network NBC Sports Network

Fresno State at Nevada * UNLV at Colorado State * Wyoming at New Mexico *

NBC Sports Network TBD TBD

12:30 p.m. PT 2 p.m. HT / 5 p.m. MT 7:30 p.m. PT TBA TBA

Friday, November 16 Hawai‘i at Air Force *

ESPN2

7:30 p.m. MT

Saturday, November 17 Colorado State at Boise State * Nevada at New Mexico * Wyoming at UNLV *

NBC Sports Network TBD TBD

1:30 p.m. MT TBA TBA

Saturday, November 24 Air Force at Fresno State * New Mexico at Colorado State * UNLV at Hawai‘i * San Diego State at Wyoming *

NBC Sports Network TBD TBD TBD

12:30 p.m. PT TBA TBA TBA

Saturday, December 1 Boise State at Nevada * South Alabama at Hawai‘i

ABC or ESPN or ESPN2 TBD

TBA TBA

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JOHN D. WELTY Dr. John D. Welty has been president of California State University, Fresno since July 29, 1991. He is also a professor in the Kremen School of Education & Human Development. Fresno State enrolls more than 22,000 students and offers 61 undergraduate degrees, 45 master degree programs, and three doctoral degrees. The campus is located on 1,500 acres and academic programs are housed in eight colleges and schools. Since 1991 the University has become recognized as one of the nation’s best engaged universities, expanded minority enrollment, created an Honors College, revised its general education requirements, added new academic programs and institutes, and constructed $425 million in facilities, including a new $102 million library. Since 1991 the University has introduced service learning into the curriculum and expanded community service opportunities for students, improved services for students, streamlined administrative processes, launched a major commitment to expand the use of information technology, earned membership in the Mountain West Conference, expanded intercollegiate Athletic opportunities and facilities for women, led the effort to build the Save Mart Center, and dramatically increased private fund raising and grant and

contract funding. The University is currently completing a $200 million capital campaign. The university has been actively involved in addressing issues in Central California and engaging itself with the entire region. Dr. Welty has served on both of the CSU System’s major strategic planning efforts. He participated in the creation of the Voluntary System of Accountability which has been adopted by over 200 colleges and universities. He is called upon frequently to discuss the role of engaged universities. He has served on several advisory groups to the U.S. Departments of Education and Agriculture. He is a past-chair of the Renaissance Group which is a national organization of over 30 Universities dedicated to improved teacher education programs. He co-chaired the CSU’s effort to create CALState Teach, an innovative program designed for emergency credentialed teachers and chaired a CSU group on preparing educational leaders. He chairs the Cal State Online Advisory Board, is Chair of the CSU Gender Equity Monitoring Committee and also serves on the executive board of the Central California Campus Compact. He joined the Board of the California Healthcare Foundation in 2012. In addition, he has chaired three national conferences on substance abuse and prevention and chaired a CSU effort to review alcohol policies and programs. Dr. Welty is a national leader in higher education. He was elected to serve as WASC Commissioner in 2000 and served a three year term as the WASC Commission Chair. He is past chair of the American Humanics, Inc. Board and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, and WAC Board of Directors. He was appointed to the Urban Serving Universities (USU) Board in 2012. He served on the NCAA Board Executive Committee and the special NCAA Task Force on the Future of Intercollegiate A t h l e t i c s . Currently, he serves on the NCAA Board of Directors and is the Mountain West re p re s e n t a t i v e to the Bowl Conference Series (BCS) Oversight Committee. Locally, Dr. Welty has been a leader in establishing

the Fresno Business Council, the Central Valley Business Incubator, the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium, the Collaborative Regional Initiative, the Regional Jobs Initiative, the Kenneth L. Maddy Institute and several other partnerships. In 1999, Dr. Welty was presented the Chief Executive Leadership Award by the Council for Advancement and Support for Education and was recognized by the John Templeton Foundation for his leadership in Student Character Development in Schools and Colleges. In 2001 and again in 2011, he was recognized by the California State Student Association as President of the Year. In 2003, he received the Fresno Business Council’s Excellence in Public Service Award. In 2007, he received the Fresno Compact’s Harold H. Haak Award for Outstanding Business Partnership Educator of the Year. In 2008, he was named an American Humanics 60th Anniversary Honoree and in 2009 he was named an ACPA Educational Leadership Foundation Diamond Honoree. In 2010, he received the Sequoia Award from the Great Valley Center and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Western Illinois University. In 2012, he was presented with the William M. Lyles Vision Award for his contribution to advancing entrepreneurship throughout the Central Valley. He has also consulted with many institutions and served on the boards of several campus and community organizations. Previously, Dr. Welty served as President of Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) for seven years. Prior to assuming the presidency of IUP, he served as Vice President for Student and University Affairs for four years. A native of Amboy, Illinois, Dr. Welty has served as an Admissions Counselor at Michigan State University, East Lansing, and as Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Southwest State University in Marshall, Minnesota. At the State University of New York, Albany, he was Director of Residences, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, and Assistant Professor of Counseling and Student Development. Dr. Welty received his bachelor’s degree in Social Science from Western Illinois University, Macomb in 1965; his master’s in College Student Personnel Services from Michigan State University in 1967; and his doctorate in Administration of Higher Education from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1974. Dr. Welty and his wife, Dr. Sharon Brown-Welty, have five children and three grandchildren.

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With a proven track record of strong leadership, egrity, sound academic values and athletics hievement, Thomas Boeh enters his 31st year athletics administration, 18th year as an NCAA vision I-A Director of Athletics and eighth year Fresno State, including leading the Bulldogs’ ansition into the Mountain West Conference.

In July of 2005, Boeh was charged to stabilize, form and revitalize the athletics program at Fresno ate. As a result of this charge, the Department of hletics has been entirely restructured with a new nior administrative team. Special emphasis has een placed upon a consistent and value-based pproach to decision-making, as well as clearly elineating areas of responsibilities with built-in countability. Considerable attention has been rected towards creating a progressive studenthlete environment and strict adherence to wellefined NCAA compliance protocols and standards.

New polices have been developed regarding udent-athletes recruitment, oversight and elfare. The Student-Athlete Code of Conduct and ubstance Abuse Educational and Testing Program ve been reviewed and strengthened, and the udent-Athlete Advisory Council has been reergized. Departmental and institutional protocols ative to admissions, financial aid and eligibility ve all been restructured in conjunction with mpus leaders. Fresno State’s student-athletes ve benefited significantly from these measures d, in conjunction with enhanced support services, ey have fostered a better-quality experience that reflected in greatly improved Academic Progress ates, fewer Code of Conduct violations and tensive community service activity. Additionally, athletics fundraising activities have been nsolidated within the new Bulldog Foundation and hilanthropic gifts to Athletics have risen to record vels.

rankings. Since 2005, conference championships and advancement to NCAA Championship competition has been achieved in the sports of women’s basketball, track & field, women’s soccer, baseball, women’s golf, softball and men’s and women’s tennis, with four enjoying a Top-20 national ranking, and baseball capturing the 2008 National Championship. Additionally, Fresno State studentathletes have advanced to post-season competition in the sports of football, men’s basketball and equestrian. The success of Bulldog studentathletes led Fresno State to three Western Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cups in a five-year span (2007-08, 2008-09 & 2011-12). Additionally, Sports Illustrated’s SI.com ranked Fresno State the nation’s 18th most accomplished NCAA Division I athletics program for 2007-08. Prior to his arrival in Fresno in July of 2005, Boeh spent the previous 10 years as the Director of Athletics at Ohio University, where he led the program to exceptional levels in numerous categories and earning numerous conference championships. In 2001, The Sporting News ranked Ohio’s department 32nd among the 115 NCAA I-A institutions, the highest ranking of any non-BCS program. The ranking included evaluations for competitive success, fan support, integrity and equity. Ohio earned an “A” rating in graduation rates and NCAA compliance and posted an eight-year high graduation rate of 73 percent in 2004.

Prior to his tenure at Ohio, Boeh served as Associate Director of Athletics for External Affairs at Northwestern University, overseeing areas such as development, marketing, ticket operations, sports publications, media services, game management and broadcast properties. Boeh also led the popular “Expect Victory” campaign, Northwestern’s firstever multimedia marketing effort. Preceding Northwestern, Boeh served the University of Maine as Senior Associate Director of Athletics for Administration and Development. He also spent time in a variety of roles with the Big Ten Television Network, The University of Illinois, and his alma mater, Loras College of Iowa. The Chicago-area native received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education with a minor in History at Loras in 1981, and a Master of Science degree in Athletic Administration from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana in 1988.

Under Boeh’s leadership, Ohio was extremely aggressive in its efforts to achieve gender equity and compliance with Title IX. Three women’s sports programs were initiated during Boeh’s tenure, and in 2004 The Chronicle of Higher Education reported that Ohio ranked second nationally among all NCAA I-A institutions relative to the equity of men’s and women’s sport program expenditures. Additionally, numerous women’s facilities were constructed; sports budgets were restructured and decision-making procedures were reorganized to establish what Boeh refers to as an “authentic gender-neutral environment.” Annual fundraising totals rose more than 500 percent and Ohio Athletics concluded the University’s Bicentennial Capital Campaign by exceeding its $10 million departmental goal.

Fresno State’s competitive level continues to e among the leaders in conference and regional ay, and several teams have achieved national

In addition, Boeh served a term as the MidAmerican Conference (MAC) representative to the NCAA Management Council, the NCAA’s

Some of the more visible changes on the Ohio campus during Boeh’s tenure were the facilities for student-athlete support services, practice and competition. In all, 44 facilities saw major renovation or new construction and Ohio’s athletics physical plant was recognized as being among the best and most efficient in the Midwest.

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Fresno State Athletics has been working closely th a nationally renowned consultant, a broad-based esident-appointed ad hoc committee, and the fice of Civil Rights to remedy all past gender equity sues and create at Fresno State a model Division Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) athletics program ative to Title IX compliance. One component this effort is the addition of two new women’s orts; lacrosse and swimming & diving both began mpetition during the 2008-09 academic year. All hletics facilities have been evaluated and a 10ar master plan, inclusive of the “Athletics Mall” d “Student-Athlete Village” has been developed d introduced to the community. Several projects ve been completed to date, including a state-art aquatics venue, and construction scheduled r another cornerstone project, a sports medicine nter.

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BETSY MOSHER DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS/ SWA

Betsy Mosher is entering her eighth year at Fresno State and second as Deputy Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator after serving for the previous six years as the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Administration and Program Integrity. She was named NACWAA’s 2012 Division I Football Bowl Subdivision Administrator of the Year. Mosher has formal oversight of all sport supervisors, supervisory capacity regarding student-athlete welfare issues, and is formally defined as the department’s top administrator in the absence of the Director of Athletics. During her tenure at Fresno State, Mosher’s guidance has been a key component in the athletics department’s unprecedented achievement by the student-athlete community in the areas of academic development , NCAA compliance, gender equity, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, and student-athlete services.

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Mosher has helped guide the Bulldogs to significant improvements in the department’s Academic Progress Rate, equity in participation and financial aid and student-athlete welfare initiatives. Mosher has established herself as a national leader in fostering an elite and equitable student-athlete experience.

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She also plays a critical role in representing the institution at the conference level and oversaw the Bulldogs’ transition to the Mountain West Conference. Mosher came to Fresno State after spending three years (2002-05) as the Associate Athletic Director for Athletic Administration and Compliance Services at the University of MassachusettsAmherst. With an extensive background that includes prominent leadership positions at three NCAA Division I institutions as well as with the Big Ten Office and the NCAA, Mosher’s duties at Fresno State include the supervision of five Bulldogs’ athletics programs (baseball, men’s and women’s tennis and men’s and women’s basketball) as well as oversight of the department’s NCAA and Western Athletic Conference compliance programs, student-athlete services, the athletic training and the strength and conditioning departments. Mosher

will serve as the SWA for conference and NCAA representation. At UMass, she was a member of the athletics department senior management team and was responsible for the formulation of the department’s strategic plan. Assisting with a campus response to a second round NCAA self study, Mosher oversaw the department’s compliance program, including the formulation of a systems manual and an upgrade of the recruitment monitoring system. Additionally, Mosher oversaw the admission process for student-athletes as well as served as a department liaison for personnel actions during a six month transition period. Mosher, who supervised women’s tennis, baseball and cross country and track and field at Massachusetts, was a liaison to the Athletic Council’s Subcommittees for Compliance and for Vision. An NCAA Peer Reviewer, she was named to the NCAA Academic, Eligibility and Compliance Cabinet in July 2005.

and began her collegiate athletics career as the women’s basketball coach at WisconsinWhitewater (1977-79). Receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Education from Illinois State in 1972, a Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from Northern Colorado in 1976, and a Director’s Degree from Indiana University (1986), Mosher also was selected to attend the NACWAA Institute for Athletics Executive in the summer of 2002. Mosher is a current member of NACDA and NACWAA.

PAUL LADWIG SENIOR ASSOCIATE A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Prior to UMass, Mosher spent six years (1996-2002) as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Administration and Compliance/SWA at Arizona State University. A member of ASU’s athletic senior management team, she oversaw the school’s compliance, academic and student services as well as the personnel areas. She also supervised the sports of volleyball, softball, soccer and wrestling while working closely with the women’s basketball program.

Paul Ladwig is in his eighth year at Fresno State and second as the Senior Associate Athletics for External Relations after serving for the previous six years as the Associate Athletics Director over External Relations and Broadcasting. Ladwig joined the Bulldog the family in September 2005.

Mosher served as a liaison to Arizona State’s general counsel, the school’s Intercollegiate Athletics Board, the Pacific-10 Conference and the NCAA. Representing the Sun Devils on numerous Pac-10 and NCAA committees, she was the 19992000 vice president of the Pac-10 council and former NCAA softball committee member. Mosher also assisted with the second round certification process at ASU and served as the OCR liaison.

In addition to serving as the department’s primary spokesperson with oversight of advertising, communications, marketing, merchandising, licensing, ticket sales, video services and web operations,

Prior to Arizona State, Mosher spent seven years (1989-96) at Northwestern. With five years as an assistant athletics director and two as an associate athletics director for intercollegiate services, she also served as the department’s SWA. Her primary duties for the Wildcats included oversight of compliance, academic services and athletics admissions as well as supervision of the baseball, women’s basketball, tennis and swimming programs. She was chair of the Big 10 Women’s Administrator’s Group and the Conference’s Rules and Legislation Committee. Prior to Northwestern, Mosher was a legislative assistant at the Big Ten Conference office (1988-89) and also served as an NCAA compliance representative (1986-88). Prior to her move into administration, Mosher was the head women’s basketball and softball coach at California State (Pa.) from 1980-85

Ladwig has also assumed a primary leadership role in the Bulldog Foundation. He has been instrumental in the cultivation of philanthropic giving to Fresno State Athletics and student-athlete scholarships. During his tenure, Ladwig has led multiple reorganizations to allow for the integration and merging of all external communication and outreach under his direction. These measures have fostered more consistent processes that help promote and enhance Fresno State Athletics on a daily basis. He has built with stronger media partnerships and spearheaded the addition of a new videoboard at Bulldog Stadium and creation of environmentallyconscious virtual team guides. Ladwig is also a leader in developing attractive value oriented experiences for fans.

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A strong advocate of the importance of social media (and extremely active on Twitter @ PaulLadwig), he has also increased the exposure of Fresno State Athletics through the creation of the Bulldog Sports Network, the Bulldog Insider (a weekly television show dedicated solely to coverage of Bulldog Athletics) and finding fresh ways to tell Fresno State stories through new and existing media partnerships. His vision continues to bring fans superior story-telling that incorporate the latest technologies. Collaborating with media rights holder as the department’s liaison to Learfield Sports’ Bulldog Sports Properties, new and additional programming for radio and television were developed. Ladwig led the search for the addition of a living four-legged mascot to the Bulldog family, Victor E. Bulldog. People around the world curious about the Bulldogs will continue to log onto a constantly updating Gobulldogs.com website with expanded content, video and increased participatory site interaction. Fresno State Athletics Communications took the lead nationally in developing a paperless media guide in 2009. Environmental awareness, cost containment, and the ability to provide instant information to the media are several factors in the implementation of this paperless delivery system. With a vast and varied career, Ladwig came to Fresno State after serving as the Assistant Athletics Director for Creative Services at Ohio University. At Ohio University, he was charged with ensuring an effective, consistent and progressive approach from game-day activities to marketing to image enhancement. Ohio saw a record-breaking sellout crowd at Peden Stadium when the Bobcats defeated Pittsburgh on ESPN in their 2005 home opener.

From Network Television in Los Angeles to the slopes of the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan to documentary work in Southeast Asia, his departments have grewn considerably under Ladwig’s direction.

ASSOCIATE A.D./ FACILITIES & OPERATIONS

John J. Kriebs is in his 12th year at Fresno State, serving as associate athletics director for facilities and operations. Kriebs oversees Fresno State’s internal operations, including events, facilities, information technology, equipment, department fleet and serves as the sport supervisor for multiple teams. Kriebs is responsible for NCAA and WAC tournament bidding and management. He successfully brought the 2004 WAC basketball and three NCAA women’s basketball championships, including two Regionals in 2007 and 2012. He serves as the liaison for campus planning, parking, kinesiology and the concession operations. During his tenure, he spearheaded Fresno State’s transition into the $103 million Save Mart Center, coordinating construction and facility projects including the locker rooms, equipment and training rooms and the Bulldog Shop. Recently, he has overseen the construction of a state-of-the-art aquatics venue, lacrosse and soccer field, softball indoor batting cages and the planning for a new sports medicine center. Kriebs came to Fresno State after serving as an assistant athletics director at Southwest Missouri State from 1994-99. While there, he oversaw nine Olympic sports as well as budgeting, personnel and scheduling. Prior to his position at SMS, Kriebs was the Bears’ wrestling head coach from 1989-94. He was highly successful in that capacity, earning Midwest Regional Coach of the Year honors in 1994 and guiding the program’s first ever Division I AllAmerican in any sport. In all, he coached 12 NCAA qualifiers and broke 15 school records. Kriebs’ coaching career began at the University of Northern Iowa, where he served as an assistant from 1984-89 and helped guide the Panthers to five top 10 finishes. The Dubuque, Iowa, native is a 1984 graduate of Northern Iowa, where he was a two-time AllAmerican wrestler. As a senior, he was the nation’s No. 1 ranked heavyweight. He qualified for the NCAA’s all four years and was picked to wrestle in the prestigious All-Star Wrestling Showcase. Kriebs has a wife, Geri, a daughter, Jordan, and a son, Jack.

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RYAN REGGIANI ASSISTANT A.D./ EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Ryan Reggiani is in fourth year at Fresno State and second as the Assistant Athletics Director for External Relations, and now manages the day-to-day functions of communications, marketing and production services, in addition to managing media contracts and serving as a liaison to Bulldog Sports Properties, a entity of Learfield Sports. With significant experience and strong ties to the San Joaquin Valley, he has covered high-profile colleges in some of the nation’s top media markets and placed an emphasis on maximizing new and existing revenue streams, social media platforms while providing engaging content with innovative technology. Reggiani has served as the lead marketing coordinator for the Bulldog football program after three and a half years as an Assistant Media Relations Director with the University of Hawai’i Athletics Department. While at UH, Reggiani developed and managed the communications strategy for their sport teams, including the Hawai’i women’s volleyball team that consistently ranked in the top five in the nation and advanced to the 2010 Final Four. Prior to his time on the Islands, Reggiani was an Assistant Media Relations Director at Fresno State, with lead responsibility for the men’s basketball and softball teams and directly assisted with football, and worked as a Director of Sport Information at Saint Mary’s College. He also spent two years as a beat sports reporter for the Visalia Times-Delta. Reggiani received his master’s degree in sports administration from Saint Mary’s in 2005 and bachelor’s degree in mass communication and journalism from California State University, Fresno in 2001.

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TIM DERUYTER WEEKLY MEDIA CONFERENCE

Requests for media and/or photo credentials should be submitted online at www. gobulldogs.com/media or to Jason Clay at jaclay@csufresno.edu at least 48 hours prior to the event. Since space is limited, accommodations are on the following priority basis: daily newspapers, originating radio and television stations, national weekly or monthly publications, electronic media outlets, local and regional television crews. Priority is granted to full-time employees of media entities that cover Fresno State football on a regular basis, which includes coverage of press conferences, open practices, home and road games, and to visiting media members. Freelance and amateur photographers not on assignment are not eligible for photo credentials, except by prior approval from the Fresno State Athletics Communications Office.

Tim DeRuyter’s weekly media conference will be held at 11 a.m. in the Duncan Building Conference Room on Monday’s during the football season. Select players will be brought in to the weekly press conference. The conference is open to all members of the media. The media conference can be viewed live or via archive on Fresno State’s web site gobulldogs.com under the All-Access section.

Note: Websites that sponsor message boards, message centers or chat rooms where people are allowed to post anonymous information will not be issued cre-

Fresno State’s weekly release and statistical package, which includes notes and two-deep charts, is available each Monday during the football season at GoBull-

dentials. If a medium has an online site that sponsors these anonymous forums, they may continue to receive credentials under its traditional medium (newspaper, magazine, radio, television), but will not be granted additional passes for online staff.

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Credentials may be picked up in the Athletics Communications Office prior to the day of the game. On game days, credentials may be picked up at the will call window of the Bulldog Ticket Office, located at the south entrance to the stadium. Non-working individuals will not be permitted in the press box.

PHOTO REGULATIONS NCAA regulations limit the shooting of photos to an area outside a five-foot restraining area surrounding the playing field. Photographers mush shoot from behind the white lines between the 25-yard line and the back of the end zone on either side of the field. The Fresno State Athletics Department reserves all commercial and non-commercial rights to the use of film, videotapes and still photographs of its athletics events, student-athletes, staff and facilities.

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Head coach Tim DeRuyter and selected players will be available in the Duncan Building Conference Room for a postgame media conference. No interviews will take place on the field unless premitted from the Fresno State Athletic Communications staff. The opponent head coach and selected players may be interviewed outside the visitor’s team locker room, located on the west side of the Duncan Building. Postgame quotes from both locker rooms will be made available to the working media after the game and will be posted on Fresno State’s official website, GoBulldogs.com. The Fresno State locker and training rooms are closed to the media.

INTERVIEW POLICY Requests for interviews with players and coaches should be made through the Fresno State Media Relations Office and should be made at least 24 hours in advance to ensure availability.

Javan Hedlund, Mountain West Associate Commissioner for Communications, will handle all information related to football at the Mountain West. He may be reached at 719-488-4051.

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FOOTBALL E-MAIL LIST If you would like to be added to the Fresno State football E-mail list to receive breaking news about the team, please E-mail Jason Clay at jaclay@csufresno.edu.

PRACTICES The Fresno State football team practices at the Valley Growers Practice Field, located immediately southwest of Bulldog Stadium. Practices are closed to the public and to the media with the exception of the first 15 minutes on Monday’s,

DIRECTIONS TO BULLDOG STADIUM FROM THE NORTH: • Take State Route 99 south to the Shaw Ave. exit. Turn left on Shaw Ave. • Travel east on Shaw to Cedar Ave. (approx. 15 miles). • Turn left on Cedar, then left on Bulldog Lane. Proceed less than one block to Gate 10. FROM THE SOUTH: • Take State Route 99 north to Freeway 41 (north -- they merge just past Jensen Ave.) • Proceed to the Shaw Ave. exit, and travel east on Shaw to Cedar Ave. (approx. 3 miles). • Turn left on Cedar, then left on Bulldog Lane. Proceed less than one block to Gate 10. FROM THE FRESNO AIR TERMINAL: • Exit the airport parking lot, turning right at the signal. • Follow the curve (Clinton Ave.) to Cedar Ave. • Turn right on Cedar. Proceed approximately five miles to Bulldog Lane. Turn left and proceed less than one block to Gate 10.

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INTERVIEW SCHEDULE Monday: Head coach Tim DeRuyter and select player(s) at weekly press conference. B-roll first 15 minutes of practice. Tuesday: Players/coaches 15 minutes before practice. B-roll first 15 minutes of practice. Players & coaches available after practice. Wednesday: Coach DeRuyter 15 minutes before practice. B-roll first 15 minutes of practice. Players & coaches available after practice. Thursday: No player availability. Coach DeRuyter before or after practice. Entire practice is closed. Friday: Coach DeRuyter before or after walk-thru. Walk-thru is closed. Saturday: Post-game only. Sunday: No interviews - team off day.

BULLDOG STADIUM PRESS BOX The Bulldog Stadium press box is located on the west side of the stadium above the seating bowl on the second level. The press box opens three hours prior to kickoff and remains open as long as necessary following the game.

PARKING Media parking at Bulldog Stadium is available on a limited basis and requires a pass. The media parking will be available at three locations, through Gate 10 off

TELEPHONES Four telephone lines are available on the lower press row on a first-come, firstserved basis. Those wishing to reserve their own telephone equipment should make their arrangements through the Fresno State Communications Office (559278-2509). Please inform the Fresno State Media Relations Office if you have ordered your own phone line(s). Fresno State provides four courtesy lines (including one ISDN line) for each school’s designated radio station.

INTERNET SERVICES Bulldog Stadium offers wireless internet connectivity on gameday. Please check with the media relations staff to acquire the necessary username and passwords for access.

SERVICES Complete team and individual statistics by quarter, play-by-play and postgame statistical packages, including quotes and notes, will be provided to each member of the working media. After the conclusion of the game, final statistics will be delivered to the Duncan Building interview room as soon as they are available. In addition, scores of other college games are provided before, during and after the game. Media can utilize the press box for as long as necessary following the game.

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of Bulldog Lane at the Lexus Blue Lot (blue pass required), off Ninth Street (media parking pass required), across Bulldog Lane approximately one block south of the stadium, or in the Gray Lot (pass required), located next to Bulldog Diamond on the east side of Cedar Avenue. Space is limited and is on a first-come, first-served basis for each lot. Those planning to use media parking should plan accordingly.

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The official name of the school is California State University, Fresno. For athletics department purposes, the University prefers to be called simply Fresno State – never Fresno State University and never shorten to Fresno. For graphics or abbreviations, we ask that you please use FS – not FSU, CSUF or Fresno. Other acceptable abbreviation: Fresno St.

FRESNO STATE ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY Click here.

VIRTUAL TEAM GUIDES Click here.

SOCIAL MEDIA INFORMATION Facebook: Fresno State Athletics Twitter: FSAthletics

OTHER SERVICES

The Fresno State Athletics Communications Office will provide complete statistics during and immediately following each home event. Working media may conduct post-game interviews following a 10-minute coolingoff period.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Phone: (559) 278-2509 • Fax: (559) 278-2689 Website: www.gobulldogs.com 5048 N. Jackson Ave. Room 104 - LS 135 • Fresno, CA 93710

MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE

Any questions related to the Mountain Conference should be directed to Javan Hedlund, Associate Commissioner of Communications. The Mountain West address is 15455 Gleneagle Drive, Suite 200, Colorado Springs, CO 80921. The Mountain West telephone number is 719-488-4040 and the fax number is 719-487-7240. The Mountain West’s web site is www.themwc.com

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Every Fresno State football game is broadcast live throughout the San Joaquin Valley on KMJ 580 AM. KMJ Sports Director Paul Loeffler is the “Voice of the Bulldogs” and is in his fourth season calling Bulldog football games. He is joined in the booth by former Bulldog quarterback Jordan Christensen and Ralph Wood is the sideline reporter. Paul Loeffler

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KMJ’s extensive game-day coverage begins with a 90-minute call-in show, “Dog Talk,” and is followed by “Countdown to Kickoff,” a 30-minute pregame show. The “Bulldog Review” postgame show follows each game broadcast. Studio hosts for the postgame show are Steve Gonzales and Alexan Balekian. Chris Basham is the engineer in charge of KMJ’s game broadcasts. For the ninth-straight year, Bulldog games are available in Spanish. ESPN Deportes 1600 AM is the Hispanic flagship for Bulldog football games. Fresno State football fans heard a new voice in 2009, as Erwin Higueros was named the Spanish Voice of the Bulldogs. Higueros has been calling games for over 20 years. For the past 14 seasons, he’s been working with the San Francisco Giants as the Hispanic Media Relations Coordinator and been the Hispanic voice of the Giants on radio.

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The Pat Hill Show on KMJ

KMJ airs the Pat Hill Show Mondays at 1 p.m during the football season. The one-hour callin show is hosted by KMJ’s Paul Loeffler.

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The Fresno Bee 1626 E St. Fresno, CA 93786 (559) 441-6379 (559) 441-6070 (FAX) sports@fresnobee.com stats@fresnobee.com Matt Loyd, Sports Editor Robert Kuwada, Beat B.J. Anteola, Beat Marek Warszawski Andy Boogard The Collegian Keats Campus Bldg. Fresno State Fresno, CA 93740 (559) 278-2486 or 5733 (559) 278-2679 (FAX) Luke Shaffer Ricardo Cano Madera Tribune 100 E. 7th St. Madera, CA 93638 (559) 674-2424 (559) 673-0944 (FAX) Eric Herzog Visalia Times-Delta 330 N. West St. Visalia, CA 93279 (559) 735-3295 (559) 735-3399 (FAX) Hanford Sentinel 300 W. 6th St. Hanford, CA 93230 (559) 582-0471 x3053 (559) 587-1876 (FAX) Clovis Independent 420 Bullard Ave. Ste. 105 Clovis, CA 93612 (559) 324-5409 (559) 298-0459 (FAX) Modesto Bee P.O. Box 5256 Modesto, CA 95352 (209) 578-2300 (209) 238-4551 (FAX) Bakersfield Californian P.O. Box 440 Bakersfield, CA 93302 (661) 395-7393 (661) 393-7323 (FAX) Merced Sun-Star P.O. Box 739 Merced, CA 95341 (209) 722-1511 (209) 385-2460 (FAX) Los Angeles Times 202 W. First Street Los Angeles, CA 90012 (800) 528-4637 (213) 237-4712 (FAX)

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USA Today 7950 Jones Branch, Dr. McLean, VA 22108 800-872-3410/703-854-7629 (703) 854-2072 (FAX)

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KMPH-TV (26/FOX) 5111 E. McKinley Fresno, CA 93727 (559) 255-2600 (559) 255-9626 (FAX) Ralph Wood, S.D. rwood@kmph.com Jessob Reisbeck, Asst. S.D. jreisbeck@kmph.com KSEE-TV (24/NBC) P.O. Box 24000 Fresno, CA 93779 (559) 454-2438 (559) 454-2496 (FAX) Anthony Flores, S.D. anthonyf@ksee.com Senerey De Los Santos senereyd@ksee.com KFSN-TV (30/ABC) 1777 G St. Fresno, CA 93706 (559) 485-0930 (559) 266-5024 (FAX) Tommy Tran tommy.tran@abc.com David Bataller david.bataller@abc.com KGPE-TV (47/CBS) 4880 N. First Fresno, CA 93726 (559) 222-2414 (559) 225-5305 (FAX) George Takata georgetakata@clearchannel. com Andrew Marden andrewmarden@clearchannel.com

KGST ESPN Deportes 1600 AM 1110 E. Olive Ave. Fresno, CA 93728 (559) 497-1100 (559) 497-1125 (FAX) Jesse Gonzalez Doug Kessler

KFIG 1430 ESPN KFPT 790 ESPN 2 P.O. Box 27844 Fresno, CA 93729 (559) 447-3570 (559) 447-3579 (FAX) Paul Swearengin, GM paul@1430espn.com Guy Haberman guyhaberman@gmail.com KFSR 90.7 FM Speech Arts Building Fresno State Fresno, CA 93740 (559) 278-2598 (559) 278-6985 (FAX) KCBL 1340 AM/ KVBL 1400 AM 83 E. Shaw, Suite 150 Fresno, CA 93710 (559) 243-4300 x149 (559) 243-4301 (FAX) Brian Noe KXEX 1550 AM Sporting News Radio 139 W. Olive Fresno, CA 93728 (559) 23-SPORT (559) 229-4194 (FAX) Tony D’addato, P.D.

KFTV-TV (21/UNIVISION) 3239 W. Ashlan Ave. Fresno, CA 93722 (559) 222-2121 (559) 222-2890 (FAX) William Bonilla, S.D. Wbonilla@univision.net Comcast (14/Cable) 2441 N. Grove Industrial Dr. Fresno, CA 93727-1535 (559) 252-8210 (559) 455-4594 (FAX)

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KMJ Radio 580 AM 1071 W. Shaw Fresno, CA 93711 (559) 266-5800 (559) 490-5977 (FAX) Paul Loeffler, S.D. Hooppaul@sbcglobal.net Alexan Balekian alexan.balekian@peakbroadcasting.com

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ESPN The Western Athletic Conference and its television partner ESPN are entering their seventh year of broadcasting WAC sports. The Bulldogs have been one of the most watched WAC teams over the last four years and will once again be a strong presence on ESPN or ESPN2 in 2011. The Bulldogs have made over 60 national appearances on the network since 2000, among the most in the nation. In addition, selected Fresno State games are a part of ESPN’s GamePlan payper-view package, and the Bulldogs have a major presence on ESPN.com.

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