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] San Diego State finished the season with a 9-4 overall record, posting the school's most wins in a campaign since the 1977 squad went 10-1 ... The Aztecs posted their first winning season in 12 years since the 1998 squad went 7-5 (also last time SDSU played in a bowl game). ] The Aztecs earned their first win in a bowl game since defeating Boston University 28-7 in the Pasadena Bowl in 1969 ... The 35 points are the team's second-most in a bowl game in program history, trailing only the 38 points it put up in the 1986 Holiday Bowl. ] Freshman Ronnie Hillman was named Poinsettia Bowl Offensive MVP ... Ran for over 200 yards for the second time in 2010...His rushing yardage was the most in Poinsettia Bowl history, beating the previous high of 129 by Adam Ballard of Navy in 2005, and most in Aztec bowl history, surpassing the previous record of 164 yards posted by Marshall Faulk on 30 carries at the 1991 Freedom Bowl. ] Junior Ryan Lindley threw a pair of touchdowns, bringing his season total up to 28, which is third-most in Aztec history and most since Billy Blanton tossed 29 in 1996 ... He now has 67 career passing scores, which ties him for second with Blanton (1993-96), in the SDSU record book ... Moved into third in single-season passing yards ... Has thrown at least two passing TDs in a game nine times in 2010, and has 10 in his last three outings.


INTRODUCTION

Table of Contents

San Diego State returns four first-team all-conference performers from the 2010 season, including (left to right): senior linebacker Miles Burris, sophomore running back Ronnie Hillman and senior punter Brian Stahovich.

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Table of Contents Alphabetical Index Quick Facts Season Preview Roster Depth Chart Roster Breakdown

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THIS IS SDSU Head Coach Rocky Long SDSU Coaching Staff Aztec Football Tradition Aztecs in the NFL Game Day at the Q

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Media Attention Strength & Conditioning Aztec Academics Aztecs in the Community San Diego State University Aztec Facilities Aztec Excellence America’s Finest City Don Coryell Locker Room

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STUDENT-ATHLETES 63 UNIVERSITY Returning Student-Athlete Bios 64 2011 Signing Class 94

COACHING STAFF

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Head Coach Rocky Long Andy Ludwig Jeff Horton Dan Finn Daniel Gonzales Osia Lewis LeCharls McDaniel Kevin McGarry Brian Sipe Tony White Bobby Smitheran Graduate Assistants Support Staff

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REVIEW

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Season in Review Results and Statistics Mountain West Statistics Game Recaps

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RECORDS

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HISTORY

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San Diego State University Rankings and Distinctions Prominent Alumni Aztec Culture Dr. Elliot Hirshman Jim Sterk Aztecs Hall of Fame Athletics Directory Compliance Mountain West Qualcomm Stadium Media Information Maps and Directions Radio & Television Media Outlets Opponents Composite Schedule

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ALPHABETICAL INDEX All-Americans, First-Team Assistant Coaches Bios

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Athletic Director, Jim Sterk

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Athletics Directory

196

Attendance

146

Bowl History

154

Coaching History, All-Time

152

Conference Honors

160

Defense, Year-by-Year

150

Hall of Fame, Aztec

194

Letterwinners

169

Long, Bio Rocky

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Longest Plays, All-time

145

Maps and Directions

202

Media Information

200

Media Outlets

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Mountain West Statistics, 2010

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National Honors

158

NFL, Aztecs In The

167

NFL Draft

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Offense, Year-by-Year

148

Opponent Information

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Player Bios Prominent Alumni Quick Facts

64 190 203

Recaps, 2010 Game

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Records

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Results, All-Time

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Schedule San Diego State University Season Outlook, 2011 Series Records, All-Time

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Statistics, 2010

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Support Staff Bios

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Team Awards Two-Deep, 2011

CAL POLY 7 p.m. PT w The Mtn. HD

SEPT. 10 - WEST POINT

at ARMY

Noon ET w CBS Sports Network HD

SEPT. 17 - SAN DIEGO

WASHINGTON STATE

3:30 p.m. PT w The Mtn. HD

SEPT. 24 - ANN ARBOR

at MICHIGAN TBA w TBA

OCT. 8 - SAN DIEGO

TCU

7:30 p.m. PT w CBS Sports Network HD

OCT. 13 - USAF ACADEMY

at AIR FORCE

6 p.m. MT w CBS Sports Network HD

OCT. 29 - SAN DIEGO

WYOMING 7 p.m. PT w The Mtn. HD

NOV. 5 - SAN DIEGO

NEW MEXICO 5 p.m. PT w The Mtn. HD

NOV. 12 - FORT COLLINS

at COLORADO STATE

4 p.m. MT w The Mtn. HD

NOV. 19 - SAN DIEGO

BOISE STATE

5 p.m. PT w CBS Sports Network HD

NOV. 26 - LAS VEGAS

at UNLV 7 p.m. PT w The Mtn. HD

DEC. 3 - SAN DIEGO

FRESNO STATE

5 p.m. PT w CBS Sports Network HD

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2011 SDSU Football Media Guide The 2011 San Diego State University Football Media Guide is a publication of the San Diego State University athletic media relations office. The publication was written, edited and designed by assistant athletic director and media relations director Mike May, assistant media relations directors Peggy Curtin, Darin Wong, Jamie McConeghy, Dave Kuhn, administrative assistant Andrea Rogers and student assistants Anthony Baldini, Morgan Barrick, Beau Bearden, Ian Cornelison and John Saraka. Additional assistance was provided by Tom Ables and Frank Aronoff. Cover and recruiting section designed by Andrea Rogers. Printing by Atlas Lithograph Company, Inc.

Photography Ernie Anderson, Stan Liu Photography, Ken Jacques, Betsy McCallum, Joel Zwink, football clubs of the National Football League, NCAA photos, Cal, Idaho and New Mexico media relations, Fox Sports, Ken Ables, Peggy Curtin, Jim Solien and Bre White.

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INTRODUCTION

San Diego State Football Quick Facts UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

Name: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .San Diego State University Location: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .San Diego, Calif. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1897 Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32,396 Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Aztecs School Colors: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Scarlet (PMS 185) and Black Stadium (Cap.): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Qualcomm Stadium (54,000) Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Natural Grass Conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mountain West President: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dr. Elliot Hirshman Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Yale ’83 Director of Athletics: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Sterk Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Western Washington ’80 Athletics Department Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-594-3019 Ticket Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-283-SDSU (7378) School Website: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .sdsu.edu Athletics Website: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .goaztecs.com Conference Website: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .themwc.com

TEAM INFORMATION

2010 Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-4 Conference/Finish: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3/t-3rd Starters Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14/10 Offense/Defense/Kickers Returning: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7/5/2 Lettermen Returning/Lost: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37/16 Offensive System: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pro-Style Defensive System: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3-5

COACHES AND STAFF

Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rocky Long Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .New Mexico ’74 Record at School (Years): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First Year Career Record (Years): . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65-69/11 Years Football Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-594-6769 Football Fax: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-594-4775 Best Time to Contact Long: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Contact SID Office Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Andy Ludwig Assistant Head Coach/Running Backs: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jeff Horton Offensive Line: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dan Finn Safeties: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Daniel Gonzales Defensive Line: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Osia Lewis Wide Receivers/Special Teams: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LeCharls McDaniel Linebackers: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Kevin McGarry Quarterbacks: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brian Sipe Cornerbacks/Recruiting Coordinator: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tony White Director Of Football Operations: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bobby Smitheran Football Strength & Conditioning Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rick Court Football Athletic Trainers: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mark Haines and Allison Miner Director of Athletic Equipment Services: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Carlos Loaiza Administrative Assistant: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Paula Davila Davila Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(619) 594-7197

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

San Diego State Department of Athletics: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-594-3019 San Diego State Football Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-594-6769 San Diego State Athletic Media Relations: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-594-5547 Qualcomm Stadium Press Box: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-281-0405 Mountain West Office: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .719-488-4040

FOOTBALL HISTORY

Seasons of Football: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Entering 89th First Year of Football: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1921 All-Time Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .484-389-32 Conference Championships: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 1922, 1923, 1924, 1936, 1937, 1950, 1951, 1962, 1963, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1986, 1998 Bowl Games: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 (5-4) 1948, 1951, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1986, 1991, 1998, 2010 Division I Seasons: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Entering 43rd Division I Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .252-226-8 Bowl Games: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 (2-3) Last Bowl: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, 2010 Last Bowl Result: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SDSU 35, Navy 14

MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICE

SID Main Office Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-594-5547 SID Fax Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-582-6541 Assistant AD/Media Relations Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike May* Mobile Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-957-8372 E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mmay@mail.sdsu.edu Assistant Media Relations Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Peggy Curtin* Mobile Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-540-6146 E-Mail: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mcurtin@mail.sdsu.edu Assistant Media Relations Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Kuhn Assistant Media Relations Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jamie McConeghy Assistant Media Relations Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Darin Wong Coordinator of Multimedia Productions: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Berry Administrative Assistant: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Andrea Rogers Address: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SDSU Department of Athletics Fowler Athletics Center, Suite 3014 5302 55th Street, San Diego, CA 92182-4309 * - primary football contacts

RADIO INFORMATION

Radio Station: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .AM 600 KOGO Play-By-Play Announcer: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ted Leitner Analyst: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chris Ello Sideline Reporter: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mike Costa

VIDEO INFORMATION

Video Footage Contact: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Dave Berry Contact Berry: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .619-594-2428

2010 SCHEDULE/RESULTS Date Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Dec. 23

Opponent Nicholls State at New Mexico State -/25 at Missouri Utah State at Brigham Young* 23/23 Air Force* at New Mexico* at Wyoming* Colorado State* 3/3 at TCU* 25/24 Utah* UNLV* Navy^

Result W W L W L W W W W L L W W

Score 47-0 41-21 24-27 41-7 21-24 27-25 30-20 48-38 24-19 35-40 34-38 48-14 35-14

Broadcast AggieVision PPV The Mtn. CBS College The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. VERSUS The Mtn. The Mtn. ESPN

* - Mountain West game ^ - San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl (Qualcomm Stadium – San Diego, Calif.)

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2011 SEASON PREVIEW

2011 Season Preview Senior Ryan Lindley, who has thrown for 9,537 yards and 67 touchdowns, enters his fourth year as the Aztecs’ starting quarterback.

Inside: Season Outlook

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Roster

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Depth Chart

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At A Glance

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2011 SEASON PREVIEW

2011 Season Outlook In 2008, one could have made a case that San Diego State was one of the worst college football teams in America. The Aztecs were coming off a 2-10 campaign in which they lost seven games by 25 or more points. Fast forward two years and San Diego State ended the 2010 season with a dominating 35-14 victory over Navy in the Poinsettia Bowl. It was the school’s first bowl victory since 1969, and capped a 9-4 slate in which the Aztecs’ four losses came by a combined total of 15 points. My, how things have changed. Don’t look now, but the momentum that the Aztecs built during the 2010 campaign has people thinking that this is just the start. SDSU still has many of the pieces in place with a fourth-year starter at quarterback, the nation’s leading freshman running back and four returning starters on the offensive line. Add in a wealth of experience on the defensive side of the ball led by a senior linebacker who is nominated for nearly every major award and one of the nation’s strongest kicking games and the Aztecs’ return to the glory does not appear to be a one-hit wonder. The biggest change the off-season presented was a change at head coach. Brady Hoke, who guided the program for 25 games, left for the Midwest and Rocky Long, the Mountain West’s second-winningest coach, took over. Long, who served the previous two seasons as the Aztecs’ defensive coordinator, maintained much of the staff and does not shy away from what he sees for the future of the program. “Everybody should anticipate that this program eventually will be competing for conference championships, year-in and year-out,” Long said. “Now, how many you win is determined by a whole lot of factors, but you ought to be able to get to the point where you compete yearly for it.” The challenge this year will be keeping that process moving forward. “I think we’ve made progress over the last two years and now the trick is not to step backwards,” Long said. “Once you’ve made progress, people automatically assume you’re going to continue on that path and if you look at history, that’s not usually the case. Usually, before you reach great heights,

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there’s a step back or two. Now everybody in our program anticipates continuing on an upward hill, but that’s not a guarantee. I think the biggest problem with fan support is that they assume it’s a guarantee. It’s never a guarantee.” As for changes fans can expect, Long does not mix words. “I don’t think we play hard enough around here yet,” Long said. “That’s preached, but they have to buy in. I think they play quite a bit harder than when we first got here, but not anywhere close to what the expectation level is.”

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Aztec Offense

The philosophy of a balanced offense attack went from a dream to reality in 2010. After years of struggling to find a running game that could complement a passing attack, the Aztecs reached a near perfect balance as demonstrated by these season numbers - rushing attempts: 439, passing attempts: 426, rushing touchdowns: 29, passing touchdowns: 28. The off-season strength and conditioning program, which helped turned the offensive line into a real force, took flight and San Diego State found in freshman Ronnie Hillman the feature back it had been looking for. “I think that the development of the running game has improved dramatically,” Long said. “I think the program here was based on throwing the ball first and running was a secondary thought. Now our mindset is 50-50. You have to establish a running game to make everything else work.” Many of the major components responsible for the offensive production a year ago return in 2011. Ryan Lindley is back for his fourth year as a starter at quarterback and Hillman, who led all freshmen nationally in rushing, returns, as do four of the five starting offensive linemen. “We’ve made improvement the last two years (on offense), but I don’t think we’re anywhere close to what we can or should be,” Long said. “We still have to develop at the line of scrimmage. Games are always won and lost up front. We have some experienced players coming back who have im-

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proved over the last two years, but they’re not nearly as good as they should or can be.” That leaves the receiver position, where much of the attention in fall camp will be focused on trying to fill the void left by two NFL Draft picks, Vincent Brown and DeMarco Sampson. Former California offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig takes over the reins of the Aztec offense in 2011. When hiring an offensive coordinator, Long was adamant that the new coach adjust to SDSU’s terminology in an effort to make a seamless transition. Thus far, all reports have been that the change has been a smooth one. “Even though we have a new offensive coordinator, we’re basically keeping the offense the same,” Long said. “Coach Ludwig learned the terminology that the players already knew, rather than the other way around. Obviously, we’ll use our best players, so you might see more double tight end stuff, than you have in the past because that’s our deepest position.”

QUARTERBACKS Returning players with starting experience: Ryan Lindley* *- denotes returning starter For a school that has produced quarterbacks that have led the NCAA in statistical categories, it speaks volumes when you say that Ryan Lindley will have a chance at taking over many of San Diego State’s cherished career records before his senior year is done. Even more impressive, the Alpine, Calif., native could do it despite playing under his third different head coach and third different offensive coordinator. Lindley came into his own last season as a junior in his third year as a starter. He earned second-team all-Mountain West Conference honors, throwing for 3,830 yards and completing 57.7 percent of his passes with 28 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. “We have an established quarterback who has all-conference potential,” Long said. “I think he has pro football potential and his leadership qualities have improved dramatically


2011 SEASON OUTLOOK cont. since we’ve been here over the last three years. If he has a good year, we’re going to have a good year. He has improved his technique and his fundamentals dramatically through hard work, but I think his confidence level has also increased. The rest of the team looks to him for leadership and he has embraced that role.” With 9,537 career passing yards, Lindley enters his senior year ranked second in the nation among active players in that category. He is also on the preseason watch list for both the Maxwell Award (most outstanding player) and the Davey O’Brien Award (best quarterback). The challenge, in addition to adjusting to a new offensive coordinator, will come from having no receiver expected to see the field in 2011 with more than five career receptions. “I think it’s a real challenge for a veteran quarterback who had a comfort zone last year with two guys that got drafted in the NFL,” Long said. “Now he’s working with either inexperienced players who didn’t play much last year, or brand new players who are freshmen or redshirt freshmen. That puts a lot of pressure on him. Last year, I think the receivers helped him look good and now he has to help the receivers look good.” Lindley’s comfort level with a new receiving corps will go a long way toward seeing if the Aztecs can continue to have the offensive balance they enjoyed in 2010. Behind Lindley, the competition continues between redshirt freshman Adam Dingwell and sophomores Ryne Clark and Jake Bernards. “I think all three of them showed signs during spring practice that they can do the job, but they were so inconsistent that competition for the backup is still raging,” Long said. “All three have potential to be the backup this year and maybe the starter of the future. The trouble with being a quarterback is you’d like to play only one. The only time you would alternate quarterbacks is if you have two of equal ability and nobody steps forward. You’re always hoping that someone steps forward and establishes himself. Hopefully, that won’t be done until a year from now when one of them steps forward and becomes the starter. This year, they sit there and learn from Ryan.”

RUNNING BACKS

Returning players with starting experience: Ronnie Hillman*, Walter Kazee *- denotes returning starter

It would be hard to imagine a better debut season than what Ronnie Hillman had last year. A native of La Habra, Calif., Hillman led all freshmen in the country and ranked 10th among all players by averaging 117.8 rushing yards per game. He ended the campaign with 1,532 yards and 17 rushing touchdowns. Hillman earned national attention for his ability to break off the long run and produce in big games. Twice last season he rushed for 228 yards in a game (in the near upset of 25thranked Missouri and en route to earning offensive most valuable player honors in the victory over Navy in the Poinsettia Bowl). Those type of performances earned the sophomore a spot on this year’s Maxwell (most outstanding player), Doak Walker (best running back) and Walter Camp (best player) preseason award watch lists. His head coach believes that the best is yet to come. “He sees the field and where the holes are and can accelerate through them,” Long said. “It’s natural to think that he’s going to be a little bigger and stronger through hard work in the offseason. Hopefully, he has the same kind of year he had last in 2010.” Backing up Hillman at tailback is junior Walter Kazee. The San Bernardino, Calif., native, has finished second on the team in rushing in each of his first two seasons with the Aztecs, carrying for 377 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman and 320 yards and three touchdowns as a sopho-

more. “I think that’s one of the deeper positions on our team, you’ve got experience with Ronnie Hillman and Walter Kazee,” Long said. “You look at the younger guys, (redshirt freshman) Adam Muema and (true freshman) Dwayne Garrett, who both showed signs during the spring. We’ve also signed three freshmen running backs who are coming in for the fall and were really good players in high school. They’ll be given a chance to prove they’re ready to step in at this level. It’s always good to have more than just one running back.” San Diego State will be looking for a new fullback after the graduation of Brandon Sullivan. The Aztecs have sophomores Chad Young and Brice Heers to fill the spot, although here is a case where the team’s abundance at the tight end position may come in handy. “Since we don’t have very many (fullbacks), it will be a position used in game situations,” Long said. “Both of them are strong, tough young men who play really hard. I could see us using tight ends or U-backs in motion as fullbacks as well. Our two-back formations will have a fullback at times and an extra tight end at times.”

WIDE RECEIVERS Returning player with starting experience: Bryce Quigley, Alston Umuolo, Dominique Sandifer (inj.) San Diego State’s major turnaround in 2010 was spurred by a pair of receivers – Vincent Brown and DeMarco Sampson. The two combined to catch 136 passes for 2,572 yards and 18 touchdowns. Both players earned first-team all-Mountain West Conference honors, with Sampson earning honorable mention All-America accolades by Sports Illustrated. Both players were also selected in the NFL Draft this past April. Now, the Aztecs prepare for life after the dynamic duo. That outlook became more unknown when junior Dominique Sandifer, San Diego State’s “leading” returning receiver with 23 catches for 263 yards last year, suffered a season-ending knee injury in off-season workouts. “I think that’s the position that we have the biggest question marks about,” Long said. “Someone has to step forward or a couple of guys have to step forward for us to have the same offensive production we had last year.” The result is a wide open spot that will keep the coaching staff and fans alike awaiting updates during fall camp. Sophomore Dylan Denso has made an early impression

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BRYCE QUIGLEY and led all receivers in the spring game with four catches for 66 yards, including a 19-yard scoring strike. He opens the fall as the starter at the Z position. When camp breaks in early August, he could be joined on the top line by redshirt freshman Ezell Ruffin at the X position and sophomore Bryce Quigley at the Y. At 6-5, 260, Quigley is another example of the depth the Aztecs have at tight end and is a way that multiple tight ends can be utilized on the field at the same time. “I think Dylan Denso was the best receiver in the spring,” Long said. “He showed some maturity and showed some ability to make tough catches in traffic. We are counting on him to show that maturity and we are counting on a whole bunch of young guys to step forward and make up for the loss of last year’s receivers. I don’t know who it’s going to be; it might be a true freshman, it might be somebody else. We just don’t know right now.” Those competing for time behind the projected starters include sophomore Osmond Nicholas and junior Robert Gregorio at Z, senior Marcus Russell and redshirt freshman David Lamar at X and senior Alston Umuolo at Y. Umuolo, who was injured prior to the second game last season, enters the campaign with 45 catches and 439 yards out of the tight end position. Playing time could come from any of the aforementioned candidates or those who arrive on campus in the fall. “Wide receiver is the one position we have on our team that true freshmen will be given an opportunity to prove that they’re ready to play,” Long said. “It could come from a brand new freshman or a redshirt. I don’t think anybody in that group has established themselves as the go-to guy, but I think Denso had the best spring. “There’s some young talent there, but they haven’t shown consistency nor have they given us the confidence yet that they’re the guy who’s going to get it done.”

TIGHT ENDS

Returning players with starting experience: Gavin Escobar*, Bryce Quigley, D.J. Shields, Alston Umuolo *- denotes returning starter

It is hard to imagine any team in the country having the depth the Aztecs have at the tight end position. In addition, to the aforementioned Bryce Quigley (11 games, two starts) and Alston Umuolo (35 games, 14 starts), who are now listed at the Y receiver position, the Aztecs boast sophomore Gavin Escobar (13 games, 12 starts) and junior D.J. Shields (25

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games, 3 starts) on the depth chart at tight end. “I think tight ends and running back are the two deepest positions,” Long said. “We’ve got experience there, as well as talented players. We consider all of them top guys. Umuolo practiced all spring and you’re hoping he comes back like he was before his injury prior to his senior year. Shields has been a starter for us and played well. Escobar has proved he’s a really good receiver and hopefully, he’s improved on his blocking. Quigley is a good, young player who played a lot last year on special teams and played a little bit on offense. He blocks well and has proven that he can catch the ball. All four of them, in our minds, are starters.” Escobar exploded onto the scene last season, seeing action in all 13 games and catching the third most footballs on the team, trailing only the two NFL Draft picks Vincent Brown and DeMarco Sampson. He ended the campaign with 29 catches for 323 yards and four touchdowns. He earned second-team freshman All-America accolades by Sporting News, Rivals and College Football News. Shields, meanwhile, has 13 catches for 138 yards through his sophomore campaign. Obviously, the Aztecs have a wealth of experience at the position. Look for San Diego State to get innovative with how to get multiple players on the field simultaneously in 2011. “When you count the quantity, I don’t think I’ve ever been around a team where we’ve had four that we consider a starter,” Long said. “I’ve been around places where we had two, maybe three, and obviously it affects what you do on offense when you have that kind of depth at that position. You don’t have to get really creative, because a couple of those guys are versatile. There’s nothing wrong with a couple of them going out there and playing wide receiver.”

OFFENSIVE LINE

Returning players with starting experience: Tommie Draheim*, Nik Embernate*, Kurtis Gunther*, Alec Johnson*, Mike Matamua*, Emilio Rivera *- denotes returning starter

Lost in the abundance of skill performers in 2010 for San Diego State was the play of the offensive line. Once considered one of the weaker positions on the team, last season the Aztecs o-line came into its own. They helped a true freshman compile more than 1,500 yards rushing and at the same time, protected the quarterback by allowing only nine sacks inTRASK IOSEFA 13 games. That figure ranked fifth in the nation.

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The good news is that four of the five starters are back on the offensive line, giving San Diego State fans a reason to believe it can be even better this year. Senior left tackle Tommie Draheim, right guard Nik Embernate and right tackle Kurtis Gunther all return to reprise their role up front. Junior Alec Johnson, who started the last two seasons at left guard, rotates to the center position. “I think that’s probably been the biggest improvement on this football team over the last two years, but they’re still not where they can or need to be,” Long said. “They’re not where we expect them to be, we expect them to be a lot better than they are right now.” The four returning starters have combined to start 71 career games, making it the most experienced position on the squad. “There’s some experience coming back there, so that factor should kick in,” Long said. “They’ve been in the same offense with the same terminology for two years and they ought to be able to do it without thinking about it. It should make them more physical up front. If they are and they’re better than they were last year, we’ll be better on offense. It’s always won or lost up front. I think they have to prove it. They had some good games and some average games last year. They’ve got to prove that they can be good every game.” Another year of experience coupled with an offseason in the weight room leaves good reasons to believe that the best is yet to come from this group. “I think all of them can get stronger and they all can get more physical at the point of attack,” Long said. “There’s experience and physical potential there, but we can’t say anything good about them until they prove it on the field.” The most significant change to the group will be Johnson’s move from left guard to the center position. He replaces Trask Iosefa, a four-year starter at center. “That’s the only starter we lost, but Alec Johnson started every game at guard last year,” Long said. “You have a little concern of him snapping the ball, but other than that, you don’t have any concern because he’s a returning starter.” Joining the four returnees as a projected starter is senior Emilio Rivera at left guard. Rivera started a pair of games in 2008 and has seen action in 23 career outings.

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San Diego State’s opponents got a dose of bad news shortly after Rocky Long took over as head coach. He intends to continue to oversee the defensive unit. From the first day he arrived on campus, Long said the biggest improvement his defenses make is between the second and third seasons. If the improvement is anywhere close to that made in his first two campaigns on The Mesa, opponents better be on high alert. “They have confidence in assignments, so it gives you more flexibility on defense,” Long said. “Without them having to learn any new assignments, they can get better at technique and the way you can call the defense allows for much more flexibility. You can do things that you couldn’t even contemplate doing the first two years because it would have blown their minds. Now the veteran players are pretty confident in what their assignments are, so you can add and combo different things within the defense that gives you more flexibility.” In 2008, the year before Long’s arrival, the Aztecs allowed an average of 34.4 points and 498.2 yards per game. Last season, those numbers were shaved to 22.1 points and 353.8 yards. Despite the remarkable improvement, Long remains largely unimpressed. “I think we’ve made steady improvement, but we’re not anywhere close to where we can or should be,” Long said. “I’m not proud of anything yet, because our goal is to be really good on defense and we’re not really good yet.” The most misleading stat is defensive starters returning.

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From the outside, people will look at the five starters back and think that SDSU has a high turnover. With Long’s defensive philosophy of giving 22 or more players significant field time, however, the Aztecs have plenty of depth. In fact, the Aztecs have good depth at linebackers and pretty good depth in the secondary. With that much experience returning, it is easy to see why San Diego State fans can expect a big year from the defensive unit.

DEFENSIVE LINE

Returning players with starting experience: J.J. Autele, Jerome Long* *- denotes returning starter

San Diego State defensive linemen fall into two groups. There are the three seniors who have good experience, anchored by returning starter Jerome Long, and give the Aztecs a solid first unit. The other is a group of newcomers making up a majority of the reserve spots, which will be key with the rotation that Rocky Long implements throughout the defense. “The defensive line is young,” Rocky Long said. “I mean we have three seniors who played a lot last year and we’re counting on their leadership. They should be stronger at the point of attack and understand the defense a lot better. So there shouldn’t be a problem with those guys, but we’re going to play a lot of young guys who haven’t been out there very much.” Jerome Long will anchor the front line from the tackle position, with senior J.J. Autele and senior Larry Gibbs slated to play the end positions. Autele saw action in all 13 games last season, making 15 stops, including 3.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks. Gibbs competed in seven games, including each of the final five. After that, San Diego State has a bevy of talented, yet inexperienced players, including sophomore Jordan Thomas and redshirt freshmen Everett Beed, Kenny Galea’i and Dontrell Onuahu. The only non-starter with any experience is junior Frederick Trujillo (eight games in 2011). “Now you’re into a physical and mental maturity concern, because you get better at the line of scrimmage on offense and defense as you mature and get older and stronger,” Rocky Long said. “So we’re going to play a lot of young guys who haven’t played much and the maturity level is a concern.” But the defense line is anchored by Jerome Long who recorded 30 tackles last season, including six for a loss. In

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omores Nat Berhe and Marcus Andrews as the starters at Warrior, backed up by seniors Brandon Davis and Dey Juan Hemmings. At Aztec, San Diego State turns to junior Khalid Stevens and sophomore Rene Siluano. “All those guys played last year, except for Dey Juan Hemmings, who started the year before and missed last season due to injury,” Long said. “All of them played last year and at times, all of them played pretty well. We’re inconsistent at all three of those spots, but there’s athletic ability at all three of those spots and the natural progression would be that they’d be much better this year than they were last year.”

LINEBACKERS

Returning players with starting experience: Rob Andrews, Miles Burris*, Logan Ketchum*, Nick Tenhaeff *- denotes returning starter

The staple for San Diego State’s defense this century has been the linebacker position. Russell Allen, Brian Berg, Miles Burris, Jomar Butler, Heath Farwell, Freddy Keiaho, Joe Martin, Matt McCoy, Jerry Milling, Kirk Morrison and Dylan Robles have all earned all-Mountain West Conference honors at the position since 2000. Once again, the Aztecs appear to have an abundance of talent this year. It all starts with Burris, the Lombardi (defensive lineman/linebacker) and Butkus Award (best linebacker) candidate who was a first-team all-Mountain West Conference selection a year ago after recording a team-high 80 tackles. Equally impressive, the Granite Bay, Calif., native had 20 tackles for loss, 10 more than any other Aztec player a year ago, and 9.5 sacks to lead the Mountain West in both categories. His career numbers are also outstanding with 157 tackles, 27.5 tackles for loss, 11 sacks and four forced fumbles. Joining Burris at the other outside linebacker is senior Logan Ketchum. Ketchum came into his own last season, starting all 13 games and posting 52 tackles to rank fourth on the team. “I think that’s one of the positives of our team, there’s good depth there,” Long said. “You can use a lot of those guys, which keeps them fresh and energetic. Linebackers are key special teams players too, so having depth at that position really helps the team as a whole. We also return the starting linebackers that played well last year in Logan Ketchum and Miles Burris.” Set to start at middle linebacker is redshirt freshman Jake Fely, a highly touted recruit out of Oceanside, Calif. Behind the starters, San Diego State has quality depth with sophomore Nick Tenhaeff, junior Rob Andrews and senior Demetrius Barksdale. All three players saw significant playing time a year ago with each seeing action in every game and Andrews and Tenhaeff gaining starting experience.

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Returning players with starting experience: Aaron Brewer*, Abelardo Perez*, Brian Stahovich* *- denotes returning starter

MILES BURRIS “Demetrius Barksdale played pretty well last year and will probably get more playing time this season,” Long said. “Nick Tenhaeff showed as a redshirt freshman that he could develop into a really good player. That’s yet to be seen, but he did some good things last year. Rob Andrews is a good, steady performer. There’s some experience there and that gives you some depth. Then there are a couple young guys who we’re also counting on in Jake Fely and Vaness Harris. They have shown the ability in spring practice to be good players, their inconsistency worries you at this times, but they have the potential.”

SECONDARY Returning players with starting experience: Marcus Andrews, Nat Berhe, Brandon Davis*, Dey Juan Hemmings, Leon McFadden*, Khalid Stevens, Josh Wade *- denotes returning starter Although the Aztecs lost three starters from last season’s starting secondary, they still return an experienced group with the skills to step in, which is yet another benefit of Rocky Long’s rotating defense. The program’s most experienced player in the secondary, junior Leon McFadden, joins another junior, Josh Wade, to make up the corners. McFadden is an impact player, finishing third on the 2010 team in tackles and recording seven tackles for loss from the corner position. He also proved to be one of the better pass defenders in the league with two interceptions and 12 passes broken up. Wade saw plenty of action last season, recording 26 tackles with an interception and a PBU. Senior Larry Parker will give the Aztecs plenty of reps at corner. A year ago, the San Diego, Calif., native, was the only player on the team to both force and recover a fumble. “We had two good corners last year and got good backup performances from the guys that alternated with them,” Long said. “We have, what I consider, three established, competitive corners coming back in Josh Wade, Larry Parker and Leon McFadden. Now we have a lot of young guys at that position and one veteran who hasn’t played very much because of injury in Romeo Horn. Then you look at all those redshirt freshmen who are going to be playing that position and there’s some athletic ability there. A lot of them are inexperienced and haven’t proven that they can do it, but there’s potential.” The Aztec and Warrior positions have experienced personnel. The Warrior spots feature “youthful” veterans in soph-

San Diego State won’t take a back seat to anyone in special teams in 2011. Senior place-kicker Abelardo (formerly Abel) Perez is on the Lou Groza Award Watch List and senior punter Brian Stahovich was a first-team all-conference performer after ranking eighth in the nation last season, when he averaged 45.4 yards a boot, including a record-breaking 89-yard effort. Perez connected on 17-of-22 field goals in 2010 (77.3 percent) and will enter the 2011 campaign having made his last eight. Inside of the 40-yard line, the Tijuana, Mexico, native was nearly automatic, making 14-of-16 attempts. On kickoffs, he showcased his strong leg with a conference best 28 touchbacks, which were 26 more than the team had in 2009. In addition, the Aztecs return four-year starting long snapper Aaron Brewer. “I think Brian has established himself as a good punter, maybe the best punter in our league,” Long said. “Abelardo had a good year last year and that was his first at the Division I level even though he’s a senior. We expect him to have a better year. Aaron is a really good deep snapper. He’s a senior and has been really consistent. We haven’t had any problems there. I feel good about the kicking positions and the deep snapper. The only negative at all at that position is that all three of them are seniors. We don’t really have any backups, so that has to be a big-time recruiting effort for next year. Right now, though, it’s good to have those guys.” Once again this season, San Diego State will determine its kickoff and punt returners during fall camp, although the team returns the top performers in each category in seniors Brandon Davis (kickoff return) and Larry Parker (punt return).

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Aztec Roster Alphabetical No. Name 77 Alesi, Joel 26 Andrews, Marcus 44 s Andrews, Rob 52 Atoe, Sam 49 Autele, J.J. 54 Barksdale, Demetrius 90 Beed, Everett 23 Bell, Tony 86 s Ben-Ron, Jesse 20 Berhe, Nat 12 s Bernards, Jake 58 Brewer, Aaron 9 Burris, Miles 92 Chase, Kevin 80 Clark, Larry 16 Clark, Ryne 67 Corbett, Garrett 46 s Craighead, Robert 11 Davis, Brandon 10 Denso, Dylan 64 Dilley, Zach 6 s Dingwell, Adam 60 Draheim, Tommie 46 s Driver, Jacob 68 Embernate, Nik 88 Escobar, Gavin 45 s Feaster, Andrew 42 s Fely, Jake 19 Forni, Chris 47 Galea, Cody 96 Galea’i, Kenneth 35 s Garrett, Dwayne 66 Gauld, Riley 48 Gavert, Josh 45 s Ghandour, John 93 Gibbs, Larry 50 Gordert, Chris 65 Gordon, Japheth 72 Greene, Darrell 21 s Gregorio, Robert 30 Guillory, Darius 79 Gunther, Kurtis 32 Hardwick,De’Saan 37 Harris, Vaness 86 s Hazely, Jemond 43 s Heers, Brice 5 Hemmings, Dey Juan 13 Hillman, Ronnie 35 Holder, King 4 Horn, Romeo 56 Jack, Ryan 15 Jeffries, Chad 71 Johnson, Alec 77 Jones, Reggie 34 s Kazee, Walter 21 s Keels, Mahbu 31 Ketchum, Logan 62 Koletsky, Brandon 40 s Lamar, David 6 s Lemon, Gabe 14 s Lindley, Ryan 24 Lockett, Colin

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Name Leon McFadden Ezell Ruffin Romeo Horn Dey Juan Hemmings Adam Dingwell Gabe Lemon Derek Mack Alston Umuolo Miles Burris Dylan Denso Brandon Davis Jake Bernards Josh Wade Ronnie Hillman Ryan Lindley Brian Stahovich Chad Jeffries Ryne Clark Marcus Russell Dominique Sandifer Chris Forni Nat Berhe Robert Gregorio Mahbu Keels Chase Price Tony Bell Colin Lockett Marcus Andrews Eric Pinkins Larry Parker Darius Guillory Logan Ketchum De’Saan Hardwick Colin Shumate Brandon Wright Walter Kazee J.J. Whittaker Dwayne Garrett King Holder Nick Tenhaeff Vaness Harris Abelardo Perez Adam Muema Rene Siluano David Lamar Chad Young Khalid Stevens Jake Fely Anthony Sheffield Brice Heers Ross Williams Rob Andrews Adam Roberts Andrew Feaster John Ghandour Robert Craighead Jacob Driver Cody Galea Josh Gavert J.J. Autele Chris Gordert Femi Oladapo

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Pos. DB WR DB DB QB DB DB TE LB WR DB QB DB RB QB P QB QB WR WR WR DB WR DB RB DB WR DB DB DB DB LB RB LB RB RB DB RB DB LB LB K RB DB WR FB DB LB WR FB LB LB TE LB TE TE LB DL LB DL LB DB

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

Exp. 2L RS 2L 3L RS 1L SQ 3L 3L 1L 3L SQ 2L 1L 3L 3L HS SQ SQ 2L SQ 1L SQ RS HS HS 1L 1L 1L 2L HS 2L HS 1L HS 2L RS HS RS 1L SQ 1L RS 1L RS 1L 1L RS HS SQ SQ 2L HS RS RS HS SQ RS RS 2L SQ HS

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Alphabetical

Numerical No. 51 51 52 53 54 56 57 58 59 60 62 64 65 66 67 68 69 71 72 73 74 77 77 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 86 87 88 90 91 92 93 94 96 97 98 99

Name Jimmy Miller Micah Seau Sam Atoe Emilio Rivera Demetrius Barksdale Ryan Jack Christian Parra Aaron Brewer Jordan Thomas Tommie Draheim Brandon Koletsky Zack Dilley Japheth Gordon Riley Gauld Garrett Corbett Nik Embernate Paul Rodriguez Alec Johnson Darrell Greene Jordan Smith Mike Matamua Joel Alesi Reggie Jones Kurtis Gunther Larry Clark Brandon Turner Jay Waddell Osmond Nicholas Paul Pitts D.J. Shields Jesse Ben-Ron Jemond Hazely Bryce Quigley Gavin Escobar Everett Beed Frederick Trujillo Kevin Chase Larry Gibbs Jerome Long Kenny Galea’i Dontrell Onuoha Sam Meredith Jon Sanchez

Pos. OL LB LB OL LB LB LB LS DL OL LS OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL P OL OL WR WR WR WR WR TE DL WR TE TE DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL DL

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

Wt. 290 225 200 295 205 220 225 225 245 290 225 285 290 310 290 300 240 300 275 250 295 240 295 285 200 195 175 215 190 240 250 170 260 245 245 230 245 245 285 275 250 250 245

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

Exp. SQ HS HS 2L 2L HS HS 3L 1L 2L RS RS SQ RS RS 2L HS 1L HS HS 1L RS HS 2L HS RS RS SQ HS 2L SQ HS 1L 1L RS 1L HS 1L 3L RS RS HS HS

Hometown (High School/College) Denver, Colo. (J.K. Mullen High) Spring Valley, Calif. (Bishop’s School) Windsor, Calif. (Maria Carillo High) Sylmar, Calif. (Sylmar High) San Diego, Calif. (University City High) Corona, Calif. (Centennial High) Clovis, Calif. (Buchanan High) Fullerton, Calif. (Troy High) Redlands, Calif. (Redlands High) Lakeside, Calif. (El Capitan High) Encino, Calif. (Campbell Hall High) Sun City, Calif. (Paloma Valley High) Canyon Country, Calif. (Canyon High) Santa Ynez, Calif. (Santa Ynez High/Allan Hancock College) Sparks, Nev. (Reed High) Yucaipa, Calif. (Yucaipa High) San Bernardino, Calif. (San Gorgonio High) Denver, Colo. (J.K. Mullen High) Oakley, Calif. (Freedom High) Redlands, Calif. (Redlands High) Kapolei, Hawaii (Kapolei High) El Cajon, Calif. (Christian High) San Diego, Calif. (Mount Miguel High) Camarillo, Calif. (Adolfo Camarillo High) Venice, Calif. (Venice High) Orange, Calif. (Orange Lutheran High) Hesperia, Calif. (Hesperia High) Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside High) Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Los Osos High) Bonita, Calif. (Bonita Vista High) Anaheim, Calif. (Loara High) Corona, Calif. (Santiago High) Apple Valley, Calif. (Granite Hills High) Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Santa Margarita Catholic High) Phelan, Calif. (Serrano High) Albuquerque, N.M. (Highland High) Concord, Calif. (Concord High) Riverside, Calif. (Ramona High) Los Osos, Calif. (Morro Bay High) Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside High) Indio, Calif. (La Quinta High) La Mesa, Calif. (Helix High) Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta High)

No. Name 94 Long, Jerome 7 s Mack, Derek 74 Matamua, Mike 2 McFadden, Leon 98 Meredith, Sam 51 s Miller, Jimmy 39 s Muema, Adam 83 Nicholas, Osmond 50 Oladapo, Femi 97 Onuoha, Dontrell 29 Parker, Larry 57 Parra, Christian 38 Perez, Abelardo 27 Pinkins, Eric 84 Pitts, Paul 22 Price, Chase 87 Quigley, Bryce 53 Rivera, Emilio 44 s Roberts, Adam 69 Rodriguez, Paul 3 Ruffin, Ezell 17 Russell, Marcus 99 Sanchez, Jon 18 Sandifer, Dominique 51 s Seau, Micah 42 s Sheffield, Anthony 85 Shields, D.J. 33 s Shumate, Colin 39 s Siluano, Rene 73 Smith, Jordan 14 s Stahovich, Brian 41 Stevens, Khalid 36 Tenhaeff, Nick 59 Thomas, Jordan 91 Trujillo, Frederick 81 Turner, Brandon 7 s Umuolo, Alston 82 Waddell, Jay 12 s Wade, Josh 34 s Whittaker, J.J. 43 s Williams, Ross 33 s Wright, Brandon 40 s Young, Chad s - Duplicate Number

Pos. DL DB OL DB DL OL RB WR DB DL DB LB K DB WR RB TE OL TE OL WR WR DL WR LB WR TE LB DB OL P DB LB DL DL WR TE WR DB DB LB RB FB

The Coaching Staff Rocky Long (New Mexico ’74) Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator, 1st season as head coach at SDSU/3rd overall; Andy Ludwig (Portland State ’88) Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends, 1st season; Jeff Horton (Nevada ’81) Assistant Head Coach/Running Backs, 1st season; Dan Finn (Northern Arizona ‘02) Offensive Line, 1st season; Daniel Gonzales (New Mexico ’98) Safeties, 1st season; Osia Lewis (Oregon State ’86) Defensive Line, 1st season; LeCharls McDaniel (Cal Poly ’81) Wide Receivers/Special Teams, 11th season; Kevin McGarry (USD ‘79) Linebackers, 1st season; Brian Sipe (San Diego State) Quarterbacks, 3rd season; Tony White (UCLA ’02) Cornerbacks/Recruiting Coordinator, 3rd season; Rick Court (Michigan State ‘02) Strength & Conditioning, 1st season; Bobby Smitheran (New Mexico ‘96) Director of Football Operations, 1st season.

Pronunciation Guide Joel Alesi J.J. Autele Nat Berhe Tommie Draheim Jake Fely Cody Galea Kenny Galea’i Josh Gavert Chris Gordert Robert Gregorio Japheth Gordon Walter Kazee

uh-LEE-sea all-tell-EE nat bur-HEY DRAY-hime FEE-lee go-LAY-uh nah-LEE-ah-E GAV-ert GORE-dert greh-gore-EE-o JAW-phet (like prophet) KAY-zee

Mahbu Keels Osia Lewis Andy Ludwig Mike Matamua LeCharls McDaniel Adam Muema Femi Oladapo Dontrell Onuahu Ezell Ruffin Rene Siluano Brian Stahovich Khalid Stevens

Keels (like heels) OH-say LUD-wig mah-tah-MOO-uh luh-CHARLES MOO-emma fem-EE hola-dah-POE on-nuh-HO EE-zell SEE-lou-ah-no stuh-HOV-itch kuh-LEAD

Nick Tenhaeff Alston Umuolo

ten-OFF ALL-stun OO-moo-o-low

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Aztec Depth Chart OFFENSE LEFT TACKLE (LT) 60 Tommie Draheim, 6-4, 290, Sr.** 74 Mike Matamua, 6-4, 295, Sr.* LEFT GUARD (LG) 53 Emilio Rivera, 6-4, 295, Sr.** 65 Japheth Gordon, 6-3, 290, So.-SQ CENTER (C) 71 Alec Johnson, 6-3, 300, Jr.* 51 Jimmy Miller, 6-3, 290, Jr.-SQ 64 Zack Dilley, 6-5, 285, Fr.-RS RIGHT GUARD (RG) 68 Nik Embernate, 6-4, 300, Jr.** 66 Riley Gauld, 6-5, 310, Jr.-RS RIGHT TACKLE (LT) 79 Kurtis Gunther, 6-8, 285, Sr.** 67 Garrett Corbett, 6-5, 290, Fr.-RS WIDE RECEIVER (X) 3 Ezell Ruffin, 6-1, 200, Fr.-RS 17 Marcus Russell, 5-11, 195, Sr.-SQ 40 David Lamar, 6-2, 180, Fr.-RS WIDE RECEIVER (Y) 87 Bryce Quigley, 6-5, 260, So.* 7 Alston Umuolo, 6-4, 240, Sr.*** WIDE RECEIVER (Z) 10 Dylan Denso, 6-2, 210, So.* 83 Osmond Nicholas, 6-3, 215, So.-SQ 21 Robert Gregorio, 5-10, 170, Jr.-SQ

DEFENSE DEFENSIVE END (DE) 49 J.J. Autele, 6-1, 235, Sr.** 59 Jordan Thomas, 6-1, 245, So.* 97 Dontrell Onuoha, 6-2, 250, Fr.-RS DEFENSIVE TACKLE (DT) 94 Jerome Long, 6-5, 285, Sr.*** 96 Kenny Galea’i, 6-1, 275, Fr.-RS DEFENSIVE END (DE) 93 Larry Gibbs, 6-0, 245, Sr.* 91 Frederick Trujillo, 6-1, 230, Jr.* 90 Everett Beed, 6-3, 245, Fr.-RS LINEBACKER (LB) 31 Logan Ketchum, 6-3, 225, Sr.** 36 Nick Tenhaeff, 6-2, 225, So.* 43 Ross Williams, 6-3, 205, Jr.-SQ MIDDLE LINEBACKER (MLB) 42 Jake Fely, 5-10, 200, Fr.-RS 44 Rob Andrews, 6-2, 225, Jr.** 46 Jacob Driver, 6-2, 220, So.-SQ LINEBACKER (LB) 9 Miles Burris, 6-3, 235, Sr.*** 54 Demetrius Barksdale, 6-3, 205, Sr.** 37 Vaness Harris, 6-2, 255, So.-SQ CORNERBACK (CB) 2 Leon McFadden, 5-10, 185, Jr.** 35 King Holder, 5-10, 150, Fr.-RS 21 Mahbu Keels, 6-1, 160, Fr.-RS

TIGHT END (U) 88 Gavin Escobar, 6-6, 245, So.* 85 D.J. Shields, 6-4, 240, Jr.**

WARRIOR (WAR) 20 Nat Berhe, 5-10, 185, So.* 5 Dey Juan Hemmings, 5-11, 205, Sr.*** 50 Femi Oladapo, 6-1, 180, Fr.-HS

RUNNING BACK (RB) 13 Ronnie Hillman, 5-10, 190, So.* 34 Walter Kazee, 5-9, 175, Jr.** 39 Adam Muema, 5-10, 190, Fr.-RS

AZTEC (AZ) 41 Khalid Stevens, 5-11, 195, Jr.* 39 Rene Siluano, 5-10, 185, So.* 27 Eric Pinkins, 6-3, 205, So.*

FULLBACK (FB) 40 Chad Young, 5-11, 225, So.* 43 Brice Heers, 5-11, 210, So.-SQ

WARRIOR (WAR) 26 Marcus Andrews, 6-0, 190, So.* 11 Brandon Davis, 6-2, 190, Sr.*** 6 Gabe Lemon, 5-10, 185, So.*

QUARTERBACK (QB) 14 Ryan Lindley, 6-4, 230, Sr.*** 6 Adam Dingwell, 6-4, 205, Fr.-RS OR 16 Ryne Clark, 6-2, 205, So.-SQ

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CORNERBACK (CB) 12 Josh Wade, 6-0, 185, Jr.** 29 Larry Parker, 5-11, 170, Sr.** 4 Romeo Horn, 6-0, 185, Sr.**

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SPECIALISTS PUNTER (P) 14 Brian Stahovich, 6-0, 190, Sr.*** 77 Joel Alesi, 6-0, 240, Fr.-RS PLACEKICKER (PK) 38 Abelardo Perez, 6-1, 225, Sr.* KICKOFFS (KO) 38 Abelardo Perez, 6-1, 225, Sr.* HOLDER (H) 14 Brian Stahovich, 6-0, 190, Sr.*** 6 Adam Dingwell, 6-4, 205, Fr.-RS LONG SNAPPER (LS) 58 Aaron Brewer, 6-5, 225, Sr.*** 62 Brandon Koletsky, 6-2, 225, Fr.-RS KICKOFF RETURNS (KOR) PUNT RETURNS (PR) To be determined in the fall * - Denotes number of letters earned through the 2010 season. Players in bold are returning starters. Underlined players are newcomers or freshmen who redshirted last season.


2011 SEASON PREVIEW

Aztecs At A Glance Aztecs By Class

Starters Returning & Lost

Personnel listed with eligibility as it will be entering the 2011 season.

OFFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING (7)

SENIORS (21)

DL J.J. Autele, LB Demetrius Barksdale, LS Aaron Brewer, LB Miles Burris, DB Brandon Davis, OL Tommie Draheim, WR Chris Forni, DL Larry Gibbs, OL Kurtis Gunther, DB Dey Juan Hemmings, DB Romeo Horn, LB Logan Ketchum, QB Ryan Lindley, DL Jerome Long, OL Mike Matamua, DB Larry Parker, K Abelardo Perez, OL Emilio Rivera, WR Marcus Russell, P Brian Stahovich, TE Alston Umuolo

JUNIORS (17)

LB Rob Andrews, OL Nik Embernate, OL Riley Gauld, LB Chris Gordert, WR Robert Gregorio, OL Alec Johnson, RB Walter Kazee, DB Derek Mack, DB Leon McFadden, OL Jimmy Miller, WR Dominique Sandifer, TE D.J. Shields, LB Colin Shumate, DB Khalid Stevens, DL Frederick Trujillo, DB Josh Wade, LB Ross Williams

SOPHOMORES (22)

DB Marcus Andrews, DL Jesse Ben-Ron, DB Nat Berhe, QB Jake Bernards, QB Ryne Clark, WR Dylan Denso, LB Jacob Driver, TE Gavin Escobar, LB Andrew Feaster, OL Japheth Gordon, LB Vaness Harris, FB Brice Heers, RB Ronnie Hillman, DB Gabe Lemon, WR Colin Lockett, WR Osmond Nicholas, DB Eric Pinkins, TE Bryce Quigley, DB Rene Siluano, LB Nick Tenhaeff, DL Jordan Thomas, FB Chad Young

REDSHIRT FRESHMEN (20)

P Joel Alesi, DL Everett Beed, OL Garrett Corbett, OL Zack Dilley, QB Adam Dingwell, LB Jake Fely, DL Cody Galea, DL Kenny Galea’i, LB Josh Gavert, TE John Ghandour, DB King Holder, DB Mahbu Keels, LS Brandon Koletsky, WR David Lamar, RB Adam Muema, DL Dontrell Onuahu, WR Ezell Ruffin, WR Brandon Turner, WR Jay Waddell, DB J.J. Whittaker

TRUE FRESHMEN (25)

LB Sam Atoe, DB Tony Bell, DL Kevin Chase, WR Larry Clark, TE Robert Craighead, RB Dwayne Garrett, OL Darrell Greene, DB Darius Guillory, RB De’Saan Hardwick, WR Jemond Hazely, LB Ryan Jack, QB Chad Jeffries, OL Reggie Jones, DE Sam Meredith, DB Femi Oladapo, LB Christian Parra, WR Paul Pitts, RB Chase Price, TE Adam Roberts, OL Paul Rodriguez, DL Jon Sanchez, LB Micah Seau, WR Anthony Sheffield, OL Jordan Smith, RB Brandon Wright

What Returns

Pos. LT RG TE RT RB LG QB

OFFENSIVE STARTERS LOST (4) Pos. WR C WR FB

Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,818 of 2,097 Passing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,840 of 3,840 Receiving Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .845 of 3,840 Scoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .273 of 455

DEFENSE

Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .610 of 901 Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 of 95 Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 of 28 Forced Fumbles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 of 8 Fumble Recoveries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 of 6 Interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 of 10

SPECIAL TEAMS

Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 of 17 Punting Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,406 of 2,406 Punt Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .169 of 169 Kickoff Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .580 of 851

Pct. 86.7 100.0 22.0 60.0

Name Career Starts Vincent Brown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Trask Iosefa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 DeMarco Sampson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Brandon Sullivan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130

DEFENSIVE STARTERS RETURNING (5) Pos. LB W LB DL CB

Name Career Starts Miles Burris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Brandon Davis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Logan Ketchum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Jerome Long . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Leon McFadden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .95

DEFENSIVE STARTERS LOST (6) Pos. DT W CB A DE LB

By percentage, what returns from last season.

OFFENSE

Name Career Starts Tommie Draheim . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Nik Embernate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Gavin Escobar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Kurtis Gunther . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Ronnie Hillman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Alec Johnson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Ryan Lindley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127

Name Career Starts Ernie Lawson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Darryn Lewis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Jose Perez . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Andrew Preston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32 Jacob Tauanuu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Marcus Yarbrough . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 TOTAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126

KICKERS RETURNING (2) Pos. PK P

Name Abelardo Perez Brian Stahovich

KICKERS LOST (0)

Pct. 67.7 68.4 75.0 60.0 83.3 50.0 Pct. 100.0 100.0 100.0 68.2

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Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ronnie Hillman (262 att., 1,532 yds., 17 TDs) Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ryan Lindley (243-421-14, 3,830 yds., 28 TDs) Receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gavin Escobar (29 rec., 323 yds., 4 TDs) Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ryan Lindley (440 plays, 3,799 yards) All-Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ronnie Hillman (1,600 yards) Punt Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Larry Parker (19 ret., 6.2 ypr.) Kickoff Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brandon Davis (22 ret., 22.3 ypr.) Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Abel Perez (17-for-22) Scoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ronnie Hillman (108 points) Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Miles Burris (80) Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Miles Burris (20.0-104 yards) Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Miles Burris (9.5) Interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Leon McFadden (2) Punting Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Brian Stahovich (43.8)

Lost Statistical Leaders Rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Davon Brown (30 att., 144 yds.) Passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .none Receiving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vincent Brown (69 rec., 1,352 yds., 10 TDs) Total Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Davon Brown (31 plays, 144 yds.) All-Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vincent Brown (1,339 yds.) Punt Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .none Kickoff Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Davon Brown (16 ret., 16.9 ypr.) Field Goals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .none Scoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vincent Brown (60 points) Tackles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Andrew Preston (78) Tackles For Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Ernie Lawson (9.5-34 yards) Sacks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .B.J. Williams (2-12 yards), Marcus Yarbrough (2-11 yards) Interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Andrew Preston (3) Punting Average . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .none

Geographical Breakdown Current Aztecs by home state or country

CALIFORNIA (91)

P Joel Alesi, DB Marcus Andrews, LB Rob Andrews, LB Sam Atoe, LB Demetrius Barksdale, DL Everett Beed, DB Tony Bell, DL Jesse Ben-Ron, DB Nat Berhe, QB Jake Bernards, LS Aaron Brewer, LB Miles Burris, DL Kevin Chase, WR Larry Clark, QB Ryne Clark, TE Robert Craighead, DB Brandon Davis, WR Dylan Denso, OL Zack Dilley, OL Tommie Draheim, LB Jacob Driver, OT Nik Embernate, TE Gavin Escobar, LB Andrew Feaster, LB Jake Fely, WR Chris Forni, DE Cody Galea, DT Kenny Galea’i, OL Riley Gauld, LB Josh Gavert, TE John Ghandour, DL Larry Gibbs, OL Japheth Gordon, OL Darrell Greene, WR Robert Gregorio, DB Darius Guillory, OL Kurtis Gunther, RB De’Saan Hardwick, LB Vaness Harris, WR Jemond Hazely, FB Brice Heers, DB Dey Juan Hemmings, RB Ronnie Hillman, CB King Holder, DB Romeo Horn, LB Ryan Jack, QB Chad Jeffries, OL Reggie Jones, RB Walter Kazee, CB Mahbu Keels, LB Logan Ketchum, LS Brandon Koletsky, WR David Lamar, DB Gabe Lemon, QB Ryan Lindley, WR Colin Lockett, DL Jerome Long, DB Derek Mack, DB Leon McFadden, DL Sam Meredith, RB Adam Muema, WR Osmond Nicholas, DB Femi Oladapo, DT Dontrell Onuoha, DB Larry Parker, LB Christian Parra, DB Eric Pinkins, WR Paul Pitts, RB Chase Price, TE Bryce Quigley, OL Emilio Rivera, OL Paul Rodriguez, WR Ezell Ruffin, WR Marcus Russell, DL Jon Sanchez, WR Dominique Sandifer, LB Micah Seau, WR Anthony Sheffield, TE D.J. Shields, DB Rene Siluano, OL Jordan Smith, P Brian Stahovich, DB Khalid Stevens, LB Nick Tenhaeff, DE Jordan Thomas, WR Brandon Turner, WR Jay Waddell, DB Josh Wade, CB J.J. Whittaker, LB Ross Williams, FB Chad Young

HAWAII (3) DL J.J. Autele, LB Chris Gordert, OL Mike Matamua

NEVADA (3)

OL Garrett Corbett, LB Colin Shumate, RB Brandon Wright

COLORADO (2)

OL Alec Johnson, OL Jimmy Miller

ARIZONA (2)

RB Dwayne Garrett, TE Alston Umuolo

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TEXAS (2)

QB Adam Dingwell, TE Adam Roberts

MEXICO (1)

K Abelardo Perez

NEW MEXICO (1) DL Frederick Trujillo

2011 Signing Class Name Sam Atoe Tony Bell Kevin Chase Larry Clark Robert Craighead Darrell Greene Darius Guillory De’Saan Hardwick Jemond Hazely Ryan Jack Chad Jeffries Reggie Jones Sam Meredith Christan Parra Paul Pitts Chase Price Adam Roberts Paul Rodriguez Jon Sanchez Micah Seau Anthony Sheffield Jordan Smith Brandon Wright

Pos. LB DB DL WR TE OL DB RB WR LB QB OL DE LB WR RB TE OL DL LB WR OL RB

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

Wt. 200 180 245 200 235 275 180 175 170 220 175 295 250 225 190 200 210 240 245 225 190 250 185

Hometown Windsor, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Concord, Calif. Venice, Calif. Lakeside, Calif. Oakley, Calif. Temecula, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Corona, Calif. Corona, Calif. Glendora, Calif. San Diego, Calif. La Mesa, Calif. Clovis, Calif. Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Diamond Bar, Calif. El Paso, Texas San Bernardino, Calif. Murrieta, Calif. Spring Valley, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Redlands, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev.

LARRY PARKER


THIS IS SAN DIEGO STATE

This Is San Diego State

Inside: Head Coach Rocky Long

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SDSU Coaching Staff

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Aztec Football Tradition

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Aztecs in the NFL

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Game Day at the Q

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Media Attention

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Strength & Conditioning

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Aztec Academics

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Aztecs in the Community

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San Diego State University 34 Sophomore tight end Gavin Escobar earned Freshman All-American accolades after catching 19 receptions for either a first down or a touchdown.

Aztec Facilities

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Aztec Excellence

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America’s Finest City

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Don Coryell Locker Room

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MEDIA GUIDE | SAN DIEGO STATE FOOTBALL |

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WHAT THEY’RE SAYING “Rocky Long’s a guy who I’ve known from playing against his tough New Mexico team for four seasons at San Diego State. We didn’t win a game against the Lobos due to his coaching, which led to his team’s excellent play. In his past two seasons at SDSU he’s definitely helped get the program going in the right direction. He knows the conference, he knows the players and he knows where to recruit in California. He’s a defensive-minded coach and that’s a thing that San Diego is going to love about him. Defense wins games.” – Kirk Morrison, former Aztec and current LB for the Jacksonville Jaguars “Having played against Rocky Long-coached teams and after what he’s done so far at SDSU... I believe he was definitely a reputable candidate for the head coaching job. His coaching record speaks for itself. The continuity of keeping the defense intact and keeping Rocky will help the recruiting and solidify the future of the program. His teams at New Mexico were always disciplined, hard-fighting teams. You had to physically beat them because mentally they were going to be prepared. He’ll bring that to the Aztecs as head coach.” – Marshall Faulk, former Aztec, all-Pro NFL RB and Hall of Famer


The Long Factor Below is a look at the two seasons prior to Rocky Long joining the SDSU staff and the last two seasons in which he served as the Aztecs’ defensive coordinator: Category Record MWC Record Opp. PPG Opp. Total Offense/G Opp. Rush. Yds./G

2007-08 6-18 3-13 35.8 479.5 367.3

2009-10 13-12 7-9 26.1 367.3 156.8

Bowl Games As A Coach (7) San Diego State 2010 Poinsettia Bowl New Mexico 2007 New Mexico Bowl 2006 New Mexico Bowl 2004 Emerald Bowl 2003 Las Vegas Bowl 2002 Las Vegas Bowl UCLA 1998 Cotton Bowl

LONG BY THE NUMBERS 2007

113.45

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year he led New Mexico to its first bowl victory since 1961, a 23-0 win over Nevada in the New Mexico Bowl

2003 1977

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year he was named the Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year

year that the Aztecs last had a season with at least nine wins prior to the 2010 campaign

pass efficiency defense rating by SDSU in 2010 (20th nationally after ranking 112th prior to his arrival in 2008)

65 school-record number of victories during his 11 seasons as the head of coach of New Mexico 57 ranking of SDSU’s rushing defense in 2010 after ranking 118th prior to his arrival in 2008 43 ranking of the Aztecs’ total defense in 2010 after ranking 113th prior to his arrival in 2008 37 years of coaching experience including 11 as the head coach at New Mexico 36 ranking of the Aztecs’ scoring defense in 2010 after ranking 113th prior to his arrival in 2008 34 number of first-team all-conference selections coached since 2003 while at New Mexico 14 number of seasons he has served as a defensive coordinator 13 ranking of the 2010 squad in number of tackles for loss per game 13 ranking of his 2007 New Mexico squad in fewest yards allowed per game 10 number of players he coached at New Mexico who were selected in the NFL Draft 10 number of players who earned All-America honors since 2001 while he coached at New Mexico

number of seasons his defense was ranked among the top 40 nationally against the rush while at New Mexico

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year the Lobos were ranked fifth nationally in fewest rushing yards allowed per game

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number of Freshman All-Americans he coached while at New Mexico

average number of tackles for loss per game by the 2010 squad, ranking 13th nationally

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bowl games as a coach, including the Aztecs’ 2010 win in the Poinsettia Bowl

number of players he coached in his two years at SDSU that received all-MWC honors

number of times the Lobos’ defense was ranked in the top 30 in fewest yards allowed per game during his 10 seasons at UNM

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ranking of the 2001 and 2003 New Mexico defensive squads in fewest rushing yards allowed per game

number of consensus All-Americans he coached at New Mexico, including future NFL All-Pro Brian Urlacher in 1999

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number of times he’s been on the losing side for the SDSU-New Mexico series since 2001


Andy Ludwig Offensive Coordinator

Jeff Horton Assistant Heach Coach/RBs

Dan Finn Offensive Line

Starting his 17th year as an offensive coordinator at the NCAA level and possesses 24 years of coaching experience overall. His teams have been to 11 bowl games with five bids over the past six campaigns.

Comes to The Mesa after spending the final five games of 2010 as the interim head coach at Minnesota. With Horton at the helm, the Gophers went 2-3 with victories over a pair of bowl-bound teams in Illinois and Iowa.

Coached the offensive line the last four seasons at Idaho. The Vandals combined to go 14-12 the past two years, including an 8-5 mark and a Roady's Humanitarian Bowl victory over Bowling Green in 2009.

Daniel Gonzales Safeties

Osia Lewis Defensive Line

LeCharls McDaniel Wide Receivers

Led safeties, punters, kickers and deep snappers at UNM from 2005-08 where the safeties combined for 55 pass breakups in 2007-08. The 2007 Lobos ranked 13th nationally in total defense, 14th in scoring defense and 20th in passing defense.

Before coming to The Mesa, he as been a defensive coordinator at both the collegiate and professional levels since 2003, and has been a full-time football coach in the Mountain West Conference, Conference USA, Big Ten and Pac-10.

Coached widely acclaimed receivers Vincent Brown and DeMarco Sampson, who were named first-team all-Mountain West and were selected in the 2011 NFL Draft. They combined for 2,572 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Kevin McGarry Linebackers

Brian Sipe Quarterbacks

Tony White Cornerbacks

Moved across town after eight campaigns as the head football coach at the University of San Diego from 1996-2003. McGarry compiled a 39-37 overall record with five seasons at .500 or above. His squads also were ranked nationally on three occasions.

Under Sipe’s direction, Aztec quarterback Ryan Lindley posted career numbers in 2010. Lindley led the Mountain West in both passing average (294.6 ypg.) and total offense (292.2 ypg), while ranking in the top-14 nationally in both categories.

Helped the Aztec defense improve in the national rankings in 2010, climbing from 62nd to 10th in pass efficiency defense (113.4) and from 53rd to 39th in pass defense (205.0 ypg.). SDSU allowed less than 200 yards through the air eight times in 2010.


RECEIVER U. There is little argument that if you’re looking for future pros, record-setting collegians or just old-fashioned playmakers, San Diego State’s receiving corps, past, present and future, might be a good place to start. With the Aztecs’ tradition of attacking through the air, igniting scoreboards and sending players to the next level, receiver has become a position of glory and notoriety at San Diego State. Below is a look at just some of the standout pass catchers who have worn the Red and Black:

Sunday Sightings Will Blackwell Vincent Brown Ken Burrow Isaac Curtis

Gary Garrison Dwight McDonald Haven Moses Kassim Osgood

DeMarco Sampson Chaz Schilens Darnay Scott Ronnie Smith

Webster Slaughter Brett Swain J.R. Tolver Jeff Webb

LINEBACKER U. Beginning with the Dark Side Defense earlier this decade, San Diego State has quickly become synonymous with big-time linebackers. Since 2000, Aztec linebackers have combined to earn four first-team all-conference selections and four second-team all-conference accolades. These days it is tough to turn on an NFL game without seeing a former Aztec linebacker making plays. Currently, five former San Diego State players – Russell Allen, Antwan Applewhite, Heath Farwell, Kirk Morrison and Matt McCoy - are listed as linebackers in the NFL. Allen became the latest Aztec linebacker to join the ranks of the Sunday league when the two-time Dick Butkus Award nominee was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars prior to the 2009 season. The school’s all-time leader in assisted tackles, Allen was a four-year starter for the Aztecs.


SUPER BOWL AZTECS Super Bowl XLV continued a long line of San Diego State Aztecs in the NFL’s biggest game. In last season’s championship game, Brett Swain was a key part in the Green Bay Packers winning their fourth Super Bowl. The year before, Freddy Keiaho partipated in his second Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts. The former Aztec, who won in 2007, was denied his second ring as former teammate and running back Lynell Hamilton helped the New Orleans Saints capture their first Super Bowl victory. Hamilton’s coach, Sean Payton, began his coaching career at SDSU in 1988, while New Orleans assistant coaches Curtis Johnson and Brett Ingalls served in the same capacity on Montezuma Mesa in the late ‘80s and ‘90s. Hamilton and the Saints’ three coaches joined 22 other players and seven coaches from SDSU who have participated in the festivities of the largest spectacle in sports. Overall, an Aztec has been involved in over half of the Super Bowls, beginning with legendary Don Horn in Green Bay’s victory in Super Bowl II. Joe Gibbs, who played at SDSU from 1961-63 and then coached on The Mesa three more seasons, has been the Aztec with the greatest influence on the Super Bowl. Gibbs won three of the four games he participated in with the Redskins, beginning with a 27-17 triumph over Miami in 1983, and finishing with a 37-24 victory over Buffalo in 1992. Brett Swain Gibbs wasn’t the first former Aztec to lead his team to victory. Oakland Raiders head coach John Madden won Super Bowl XI over Minnesota in 1977, only 11 years after leaving the staff of SDSU. Brian Billick is another former Aztec staffer to serve as a Super Bowl coach, leading Baltimore to a 34-7 triumph over the Giants in 2001. In 2004, the Carolina Panthers, coached by former SDSU player John Fox, gave the New England Patriots all they could handle before falling in a 32-29 nail-biter. Fox earned two letters playing in the defensive backfield on Montezuma Mesa in 1975-76 and later served as a graduate assistant in 1978. One of Fox’s Aztec teammates and former peer in the NFL coaching ranks has Super Bowl experience as a player. Former NFL head coach Herman Edwards played in the same SDSU secondary as Fox in 1976, and then went on to start in the Philadelphia Eagles’ first Super Bowl, a 27-10 loss to the Raiders in 1981. Of course the most famous Aztec in recent years, Marshall Faulk has made an impact in the big game, teaming with former SDSU wide receiver Az Hakim in two Super Bowls. Faulk totaled 117 yards to lead the St. Louis Rams to a 23-16 victory over Tennessee in 2000. The two Aztecs combined for 225 yards as the leading rusher and receiver in the Rams’ 20-17 loss at the hands of New England in 2002. Several Aztecs have been key to multiple Super Bowl appearances. Tight end Don Warren was a starter for four games, teaming with Joe Gibbs in each of the Redskins’ Super Bowl appearances, while Nate Wright started in three for Minnesota from 1974-77, but was never able to hoist the trophy. Of all the Aztec greats to participate in the Super Bowl, only one has ever been able to reach the end zone. Ronnie Smith, SDSU’s leading receiver in 1976, hauled in a 24-yard touchdown strike to give the L.A. Rams a 19-13 third-quarter lead over Pittsburgh in 1980. However, former SDSU defensive end Fred Dryer and the Ram defense could not stop the Steelers from scoring two unanswered touchdowns as they earned a 31-19 victory. San Diego State’s former offensive line coach, Ed White, played in four Super Bowls in the 1960s and 1970s for Bud Grant’s Minnesota Vikings.

SDSU RETIRED JERSEYS

Willie Buchanon - #28 1970-71

Haven Moses - #25 1966-67

Todd Santos - #8 1984-87

Marshall Faulk - #28 1991-93

CORYELL COACHING TREE Don Coryell’s legacy began in the 1960s at San Diego State and now stretches into a new century and crosses the professional and collegiate ranks. The heart and soul of the old Aztec air attacks have since become known as the “West Coast Offense.” Below are just some of the coaches connected to, or sprung from, the Don Coryell Coaching Tree.

1960s

Sid Gillman Vince Lombardi Ara Parseghian Norm Van Brocklin Al Davis George Allen

1970s

John Madden Chuck Noll Bum Phillips Dick Vermeil Tom Bass

1980s

Bill Walsh Joe Gibbs Jim Hanifan Ernie Zampese Dan Henning Rod Dowhower Sam Wyche Al Saunders

1990s

George Seifert Dennis Green Mike Holmgren Mike Shanahan Jeff Fisher Norv Turner Ray Rhodes Marty Mornhinweg Sherman Lewis Paul Hackett

2000s

Steve Mariucci Tony Dungy Jon Gruden Brian Billick Andy Reid Mike Martz John Fox


Kassim Osgood Russell Allen Brandyn Dombrowski

Brett Swain

Heath Farwell

ALL-TIME NFL DRAFT PICKS BY MW SCHOOLS

AZTECS DRAFTED IN NFL Since 2004 Player

Vincent Brown DeMarco Sampson Lance Louis Kevin O’Connell Tyler Schmitt Brett Swain Chaz Schilens Freddy Keiaho Jeff Webb Matt McCoy Kirk Morrison Marviel Underwood Jeff Shoate

Year

2011 2011 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2004

Round

Third Seventh Seventh Third Sixth Seventh Seventh Third Sixth Second Third Fourth Fifth

Drafting Team

San Diego Chargers Arizona Cardinals Chicago Bears New England Patriots Seattle Seahawks Green Bay Packers Oakland Raiders Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs Philadelphia Eagles Oakland Raiders Green Bay Packers Denver Broncos

School

Draft Picks

SAN DIEGO STATE TCU Colorado State Wyoming New Mexico UNLV Boise State Air Force

134 112 89 62 49 45 42 7

Source - NFL.com

Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila

Antwan Applewhite

Kirk Morrison

Az Hakim Chaz Schilens


San Diego State has a storied history of sending its players to the National Football League. Over the years, the Aztecs have had 134 players selected in the NFL Draft, which ranks first in the Mountain West Conference. Of its overall total, 52 have been picked within the first 100 selections. Over the last 10 years, San Diego State has had 20 players picked in the NFL Draft, four of which were selected in 2004. The four picks in 2004 are tied for second most since 1988, when five Aztecs were chosen. Wide receiver Vincent Brown was the San Diego Chargers’ third-round pick this year and the Arizona Cardinals selected wide receiver DeMarco Sampson in the seventh round. In 2009, offensive lineman Lance Louis was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the seventh round, while quarterback Kevin O’Connell was the 31st pick in the third round and 94th selection overall, going to the New England Patriots in 2008. Joining O’Connell in the ’08 Draft were long snapper Tyler Schmitt, a sixth-round choice of the Seattle Seahawks, and wide receivers Brett Swain and Chaz Schilens, who were tabbed in the seventh round by the Green Bay Packers and Oakland Raiders, respectively. A complete list of Aztecs drafted and those who played in the NFL can be found on pages 165-168.

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2011 Inductee into NFL Hall of Fame Super Bowl XXXIV Champion AP Most Valuable Player (2000) AP Offensive Player of the Year (1999-01) AP Offensive Rookie of the Year (1994) All-American (1991-93) Heisman Trophy Runner-Up (1992) NCAA Rushing Champion (1991-92) Second runner ever to gain 3,000 yards in first two collegiate seasons (1991-92)

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Drafted by Cleveland Browns (1972) AP Most Valuable Player (1980) Led AFC in passing touchdowns (1979, ‘80, ‘83) Led AFC in passing (1980) All-American (1971) NCAA Passing Champion (1971) All-Pacific Coast Athletic Association (1971)


Game day at San Diego State is a mixture of big-city sophistication, college football at its highest level, the best climate in America and a fan base that is accustomed to points and victories in bunches. The ingredients come together in an NFL stadium that has hosted three Super Bowls and seen its share of dramatics over the years. SDSU football has grown up with the city of San Diego. Since the Aztecs began playing their home games in Mission Valley in the 1960s under the direction of Don Coryell, the traditions of night football and all-black uniforms have become important in the San Diego lifestyle. Part of that lifestyle can be found leading up to the game. Many can be found in the Qualcomm Stadium parking lot throwing a football around and barbequing in their red and black, enjoying a perfect Southern California afternoon. Aztec football is not just a game, it is a ritual in San Diego.

Fans, cheerleaders and the Aztec Marching Band, welcome the team off the buses at Qualcomm Stadium with the Warrior Walk.

The Aztec Warrior hands off his spear to the Honorary Warrior, Marshall Faulk, who throws it down to signal the entrance of the team.


To the tune of “Welcome to the Jungle”, the Aztec Football team enters in “The Swarm” formation after the spear is thrown.

San Diego State is the only school in the Mountain West Conference to play all its home games in an NFL stadium.

This  season  marks  the  45th year that SDSU has played its home  games  at  Qualcomm Stadium in Mission Valley.

The  Aztecs  have  won  175 games  in  their  44 years  of playing at Qualcomm Stadium, meaning SDSU has won nearly 65 percent of its home games at the Q.


In the nation’s ninth-largest city, San Diego State football is recognized at a national level. The media spotlight has always been on Montezuma Mesa and even more so with a new coaching staff and a renewed excitement surrounding the program. The Aztecs have always been an attractive option for national, regional or local television as they have broadcasted SDSU games 157 times since 1991. This season will be no different as eight games, with the possibility of all 12, will be seen nationally or on a regional basis. Not only does San Diego State receive coverage locally and regionally, it is common for national and out-of-market writers and broadcasters to cover SDSU football.

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RICK COURT Rick Court was hired this past January and begins his first year at San Diego State as the football team’s strength and conditioning coach.

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Court and his wife, Molly, have a daughter, Alix, and a son, Cade.


Aztec Weight Room Quick Facts • • • • •

Encompasses more than 15,000 square feet Includes an indoor running track All Samson training equipment Free weights Weightlifting machines are Pendulum by Rogers Athletic • Cardiovascular equipment

“At San Diego State, strength is the most important variable for our football players. If two football players are equal, the stronger one will always have the competitive advantage. Strength is the key component for power, explosiveness, speed, agility, quickness, conditioning, balance and flexibility. The San Diego State strength staff is dedicated to giving each student-athlete the best “hands-on” training possible, building team cohesiveness and mental toughness through a disciplined, intense and energetic approach.” – Rick Court


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Football’s Miles Burris (row one, fifth from the left) was named the male Student-Athlete of the Year for demonstrating excellence in academics, athletics and leadership, while boasting outstanding character. During the 2010-11 school year, 80 San Diego State student-athletes garnered all-academic honors from the Mountain West Conference. A school-record 256 scholar-athletes who achieved a semester GPA of 3.2 or higher were honored at the 17th annual SDSU Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet.


The dual role of student and athlete can be a daunting challenge for any person at the Division I level. Recognizing that academic challenge, the Student Athlete Academic Support Services program has been developed at San Diego State to assist all student-athletes in achieving academic excellence. It is a source of pride within San Diego State athletics that the department has developed one of the most comprehensive academic support programs in the country. The Staff The SAASS staff includes a director, a learning specialist, four academic advisors, the department’s director of compliance, an eligibility coordinator, a financial aid coordinator as well as a recruitment coordinator. In addition to the full-time staff, the department employs more than 20 mentors and tutors. Collectively, they operate a program that enhances each student’s satisfactory progress toward graduation. The Services Throughout the academic year, advisors offer a variety of services to aid individuals in the development of their personal goals and the blueprint for pursuing those goals. All new student-athletes are invited to an orientation that helps lay the foundation for future successes. Each advisor teaches a section of the University’s Freshman Success course (General Studies 100), which deals with specific transition issues for student-athletes. Topics include time management, study skills and test taking. In addition, the course also introduces new students to services such as the Love Library, University Advising Center, Career Services, Health Services and the counseling center. The Resources In the fall of 2001, the academic unit joined the rest of the athletic department in moving into the new $30 million, 130,000-square-foot Fowler Athletics Center. The academic staff is located on the third floor of the complex and includes a new 40-station computer lab, individual study rooms and two lecture rooms. The Commitment San Diego State’s annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet honors students with a grade-point average in excess of 3.2. In 2011, 256 student-athletes, topping the record of 246 in 2010, were honored for their work in the classroom. That number is.more than one-third of the student-athlete body A new event was launched in 2005 with the inaugural Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Awards. SDSU’s student-athletes were treated to an awards banquet to recognize outstanding individual achievements throughout the athletic department. Life Skills To further increase the opportunities for success, San Diego State is part of the NCAA’s CHAMPS/Life Skills Program. The curriculum of Aztec Pride (Promoting Responsibility, Integrity, Diversity, Education) offers a wide range of programs and activities that enhance the educational experience. Special emphasis is placed on the areas of personal development, community service and career development. In conjunction with SAAC, the Life Skills Program represents SDSU’s total commitment to enhancing the quality of each student’s experience.


Aztec Football annually volunteers at ShopWith-A-Jock

“The students are providing a community service, however, I would say they often times are the ones who gain the most from the experience”

- Dr. Bre White,  SDSU Community Service Coordinator


At San Diego State University, community outreach is an important component of campus life. Over the years, Aztec athletes have been involved in numerous programs, including Habitat For Humanity, Special Olympics, Shop-With-A-Jock and MS Walk (Water Walkers). Visits to Children’s Hospital, local elementary schools and the Ronald McDonald House are common events for SDSU studentathletes. Over the last nine years, red and black jerseys from all sports have become familiar sights at local military bases and hospitals. San Diego State University has a partnership with Encanto Elementary School in which the Aztec athletic department provides student-athlete tutors and mentors for the school. Tickets to SDSU athletic events are rewards for outstanding academic achievement by the elementary students. Food drives, stuffed-animal drives and Christmas gift drives are annual features at San Diego State University. Every season for four consecutive weeks during the month of November, the Aztec swimming and diving team staffs a local shelter and soup kitchen. In addition, the swimming and diving squad, along with the crew team, participates in Race for the Cure and Row for the Cure, respectively. “The students are providing a community service,” said Dr. Bre White, who is the coordinator of SDSU’s community service activities. “However, I would say that often times the student-athletes may gain the most from the experience.”


SDSU  students  can  choose  from  84 undergraduate  majors,  76  master’s programs and 18 doctoral degree programs.


Sixty percent of San Diego State alums remain in San Diego.

Did You Know? SDSU is the largest institution of higher learning in the San Diego region and one of the largest in California.

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San Diego State has achieved the prestigious designation of “Research University” with high research activity granted by the Carnegie Foundation.

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For the past four years, SDSU has been ranked the No. 1 Research University for those with 14 or fewer Ph.D. programs according to Academic Analytic’s faculty-scholarly productivity index.

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Since 2000, SDSU faculty and staff have attracted more than $1 billion in grants and contracts for research and program administration.

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Founded in service, SDSU is in an ongoing partnership with San Diego City Schools, the San Diego Education Association, teachers and parents with the City Heights Educational Collaborative It is funded with an $18 million grant from Price Charities, and the Collaborative is improving instruction for students and professional development for teachers in three inner-city schools managed by the university.

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Over the past decade, the university has completed facilities totaling more than $430 million in value.

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Aztec Hall of Fame

Peterson Gym

SDSU Softball Stadium Tony Gwynn Stadium


Viejas Arena

SDSU Sports Deck

Aztec Tennis Center

Aztec Aquaplex

Qualcomm Stadium


Men’s Golf - NCAA Championship

Mountain West Champions Head Coach Ryan Donovan, MWC Coach of the Year

Junior J.J. Spaun, All-American, firstteam all-MWC

Freshman Todd Baek, All-American

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Eight athletic programs advanced to postseason play – men’s basketball (NCAA Sweet 16), football (Poinsettia Bowl champions), men’s golf (16th place), women’s golf, softball (17th place) swimming & diving, indoor track & field and outdoor track & field. Nine San Diego State athletic teams spent time in the national polls in 2010-11, including men’s basketball and men’s golf, which were both ranked in the top five. San Diego State’s combined football and men’s basketball record in 2010-11 was 43-7. That is the second-best winning percentage nationally behind only Ohio State. Four SDSU coaches were named conference coach of the year in 2010-11 - Ryan Donovan (men’s golf), Steve Fisher (men’s basketball), Brady Hoke (football) and Mike Shrader (swimming & diving). Fisher earned national coach of the year honors from multiple outlets for the second time in his career and Donovan was a finalist for national coach of the year. Swimming & diving finished the season with a perfect 19-0 record, winning both the MWC regular season and tournament championships. Men’s Golf won its first-ever Mountain West Conference Championship crown. Three San Diego State teams finished in the top 20 nationally in 2010-11 (men’s basketball, men’s golf and softball). A school-record 256 SDSU student-athletes were named scholar-athletes in 2010-11. It is the sixth consecutive year the number of scholar-athletes has increased.

Track & Field

Freshman Allison Reaser, MWC Heptathlon Champion, USA Junior Championships Heptathlon Champion

Vincent Brown Third-Round NFL Draft Pick First-Team All-MWC

Ronnie Hillman Freshman All-American MWC Freshman of the Year


Mountain West Regular Season and Tournament Champions

Softball - NCAA Regionals Women’s Golf - NCAA Regionals

Junior Malin Enarsson, All-America Scholar

Sophomore Alessia Knight, All-America Scholar

Steve Fisher Naismith Coach of the Year

Junior Bailey Micetich, All-American and all-MWC

Kawhi Leonard First-Round NBA Draft Pick All-American

Mountain West Co-Regular Season and Tournament Champions, & Sweet Sixteen


America’s Finest City


San Diego Quite simply, San Diego State University and the City of San Diego, “America’s Finest City,” enjoy several advantages over virtually every other school in America. The climate, diversity, environment and sheer beauty of the city attracts people from all walks of life.

The City Dubbed the “jewel” of the southern California coast, the city of San Diego has grown to surround its natural harbor and is the ninth-largest city in the United States and the second largest in California.

Diversity The rich flavors and colors of this diverse population blends all ethnic groups and all walks of life to create an amazing quality of life that makes San Diego all things to all people.

Natural Beauty As America’s seventh-largest city, San Diego also protects vast areas of open space for riding, hiking, skiing, and camping. The region also boasts more than 70 miles of beaches along its coastline. From Torrey Pines and La Costa to Aviara, Mission Bay or Singing Hills, beautiful settings offer an abundance of golf and tennis options.

The Weather Meteorologists claim San Diego as the country’s only area with a perfect climate. This year-round environment posts an average daytime temperature of 70 degrees, with an annual rainfall average of less than 10 inches.

Ideal Living Whether watching the sun rise over the east county mountains or the sun setting over the Pacific, in San Diego, one is surrounded by natural beauty, pampered by an ideal climate, immersed in old-world traditions and able to enjoy a comfortable, friendly lifestyle that no other city offers. What a treat to live, play and study in “America’s Finest City.”

Places To Go There’s always something to do in San Diego. SeaWorld, the WorldFamous San Diego Zoo and Safari Park, LEGOLAND California, Balboa Park and historic Old Town are just some of the attractions San Diego has to offer. If it’s art and history you seek, you’ll find it here. Did you know San Diego is the birthplace of California or that San Diego boasts the largest concentration of museums west of the Mississippi? San Diego also offers Tony Award-winning theatre, opera, symphony, art galleries and performance art for the culturally curious. For that “night on the town” San Diego’s night life beckons with over 200 nightclubs that offer toe-tapping beats of everything from country western to R&B.


Don Coryell SDSU Head Coach 1961-1972 | 104-19-2 | .840 career winning percentage In 1961, San Diego State College director of athletics Bill Terry hired a little-known assistant from USC to take over as head coach of the Aztec football team. Twelve years later, Donald David Coryell left Montezuma Mesa for the National Football League, having made an indelible impact upon the San Diego State athletic program, upon the campus, on the San Diego community and, maybe most importantly, on college football. There are many reasons why the College Football Hall of Fame voted Don Coryell into its hallowed membership in 1999. In the first place, Coryell, who had previously been a head coach at Whittier College, was a winner throughout his career. At San Diego State, he compiled an astounding 104-19-2 record, capturing two national college division championships along the way. During his dozen seasons at SDSU, the team posted winning streaks of 31 and 25 games and in only one season did the squad lose more than twice. In 1966 and 1969, the Aztecs completed unbeaten and untied campaigns. San Diego State secured three bowl victories during Coryell’s tenure. It was Coryell who was the driving force in San Diego State’s efforts to move from an NCAA college division (Division II) to a university division (Division I) program, a move that was brought to fruition in 1969. Apart from his record or the 42 players who were drafted by the NFL during his tenure, Coryell had his greatest impact in bringing the modern passing game to college football. He was the first collegiate coach to make the commitment to the forward pass as the base component of an offensive scheme and use it as the means to be successful. Coryell’s “passing tree”, with numerically assigned routes, simplified the teaching aspect of his system in coordinating pass patterns for quarterbacks and receivers. He went on to coach for nine years in the NFL (St. Louis Cardinals and San Diego Chargers) and became the first coach to win 100 games at both the collegiate and professional levels. Don Coryell was formally inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Ind., on Aug. 12-13, 1999. One of the cornerstones of the Fowler Athletics Center is now named after the man many consider the cornerstone of Aztec football. The San Diego State football team calls the Don Coryell Locker Room home. The naming rights to the locker room were purchased by former Aztec football players and boosters on behalf of the legendary Aztec coach, who went on to a standout NFL career with the Cardinals and Chargers.

Honorary Nameplates #7 Kevin O’Connell Presented by Davis Heller #10 Dan McGwire #12 Dennis Shaw #15 Tom Craft #20 Michael Franklin - In Memory of Terrell Franklin Presented by John & Becky Busch #23 Leon Parma Presented by Jack Goodall #28 Marshall Faulk #32 Mike Ibe, Jr. #34 Kirk Morrison Presented by Mike Ibe #35 Art Preston

Presented by Tom Pine #44 Herman Edwards #45 John Duich Presented by Steve Duich #50 Jim Hight #68 Dennis Jenkins Presented by Ben Bagnas #76 Steve Duich #76 Andrew Kline #77 Fred Dryer #79 Brooke Dunn #89 Rob Awalt #93 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila

The locker room is one of the largest areas in the Aztec Athletics Center. It is located on the first floor of the Aztec Athletics Center. It features oak lockers with personalized nameplates of current Aztecs, along with historic nameplates honoring past players who wore the same number. The historic recognition comes via purchases made by former players in support of the football program, or by friends of those players, or boosters, who use the lockers as a way to recognize accomplishments by former Aztecs. If you or someone you know is interested in purchasing a nameplate to honor a former Aztec, contact the Aztec Club at (619) 594-6444.


COACHES & STAFF INFORMATION

Coaches And Staff Profiles Rocky Long, who served as SDSU’s defensive coordinator the last two seasons, is the 18th head football coach in school history.

Inside: Rocky Long

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Andy Ludwig

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Jeff Horton

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Dan Finn

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Daniel Gonzales

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Osia Lewis

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LeCharls McDaniel

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Kevin McGarry

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Brian Sipe

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Tony White

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Bobby Smitheran

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Graduate Assistants

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Strength & Conditioning

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Support Staff

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Rocky Long - Head Coach At San Diego State: 3rd Overall; 1st as Head Coach Overall: 12th Season as a Head Coach g 2002 Mountain West Coach of the Year

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n the 12-year history of the Mountain West, no football coach is more synonymous with success than Aztec head coach Rocky Long. Long, who was named San Diego State’s 18th head coach on Jan. 12, 2011, takes over the top position after serving as the team’s defensive coordinator the last two seasons. He is the second winningest head coach in the history of the Mountain West Conference and has helped usher in two of the biggest turnarounds at MW schools - New Mexico and San Diego State. Over the last two seasons, Long helped institute a hard-nosed, blue-collar, physical-style of football on Montezuma Mesa that revitalized a football program that had been struggling to find an identity for decades. In December of 2008, Long inherited one of the worst defensive units statistically in the country. That season, the Aztecs went 2-10 and posted one victory over a FBS team. The team’s defense allowed an average of 37.2 points, 460.8 yards, 247.5 rushing yards and had a passing efficiency defense rating of 151.5. San Diego State also ranked among the bottom eight nationally in all four of those categories, allowing 35 or more points in seven of its final eight games of the season. Enter Long and his attacking 3-5-5 defense and the improvement was immediate. Despite employing a drastically different style, Long, in his first year as SDSU’s defensive coordinator in 2009, managed to shave more than a touchdown a game off the team’s average points allowed and took more than 78 yards per outing off of the total offense allowed figure. Last season, Long built a top-40 defense that allowed 20 points or less six times, as the Aztecs posted a winning record for the first time in 12 years, claimed nine victories for the first time since 1977, and captured a bowl victory for the first time since 1969. The transition from defensive coordinator to head coach should be an easy one for the man who guided the University of New Mexico to unparalleled success from 1998-2008. During those 11 seasons, Long compiled a 65-69 record, including seven seasons with six victories or more. To put that accomplishment in perspective, consider that since 1984, the Lobos are 55-132 with only three sixplus win seasons in the 16 campaigns without Long at the helm. At New Mexico, Long compiled a school-record 65 victories and led the Lobos to five bowl game appearances in his final seven seasons, despite inheriting a team that had only three winning seasons the previous 15 years. His teams were also bowl eligible in seven of his final eight campaigns. Long, the 2002 Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year, has earned a national reputation for producing one of the nation’s stingiest defensive units. In his final nine campaigns in Albuquerque, Long’s defensive units ranked among the top 30 in fewest yards allowed six times and among the top 40 nationally against the rush every year. In addition, six times his units were among the top 26 in fewest rushing yards allowed per game, including fifth-place finishes in both 2001 and 2003. While at New Mexico, Long coached 13 players selected in the NFL Draft, 10 players who earned All-America honors and 44 first-team all-conference selections. In addition, four Lobos garnered Academic All-America accolades five times during his tenure. And Long does not mince words when describing what his vision for his San Diego State football program is.

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“Everybody should anticipate that this program eventually will be competing for conference championships, year-in and year-out,” Long said. “Now, how many you win is determined by a whole lot of factors, but we ought to be able to get to the point where we compete yearly for it.” Prior to accepting the head coaching position at New Mexico, Long served as defensive coordinator for 12 seasons at three different schools. He was the defensive coordinator for two years under Bob Toledo at UCLA in 1996-97, for five seasons at Oregon State from 1991-95, and for five campaigns at Wyoming from 198185. He also served as an assistant coach at TCU, with the CFL’s British Columbia team and started his career at New Mexico as a

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n MW Coaching Victories

Rk. Name, Team Wins 1. Gary Patterson, TCU* 66 2. Rocky Long, UNM-SDSU* 62 3. Sonny Lubick, Colorado St. 59 4. Kyle Whittingham, Utah 57 5. Bronco Mendenhall, Brigham Young 56 6. Fisher DeBerry, Air Force 49

Includes all victories while team was in the league since the inception of the MW. * - indicates current active coach in the MW


COACHES & STAFF INFORMATION graduate assistant coach in 1972. Originally a defensive back, Long became a three-year starter at quarterback for the Lobos from 1969-71. He earned team MVP honors three times and was the Western Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year as a senior. He is a 1974 graduate of New Mexico and was awarded an NCAA postgraduate scholarship.

COACHING HIGHLIGHTS n Came to San Diego State in December of 2008, after serving as head coach at New Mexico from 1998-2008. n In his first year in 2009, helped SDSU improve defensive marks in points allowed, first downs, rushing, total defense, third-down conversion percentage, fourth-down conversion percentage, sacks, interceptions and red-zone conversion percentage, among other categories. n Amassed the most victories of any Mountain West head coach in the conference’s history, prior to last season. He was tabbed the league’s coach of the year in 2002. n Compiled a New Mexico-record 65 victories and led the Lobos to five bowl game appearances in his final seven seasons. His teams were bowl eligible in seven of his last eight campaigns. n In his final nine seasons in Albuquerque, Long's defensive units ranked among the top 30 in fewest yards allowed six times and among the top 40 against the rush every year. In both 2001 and 2003, New Mexico’s defense ranked fifth nationally in fewest rushing yards allowed per game. n While at New Mexico, he coached 13 players selected in the NFL Draft, 10 players who earned All-America honors and had a MWChigh 34 first-team all-conference selections since 2003. n Prior to accepting the head coaching position at New Mexico, Long served as defensive coordinator for 12 seasons at three different schools. He was the defensive coordinator for two years under Bob Toledo at UCLA in 1996-97, for five seasons at Oregon State from 1991-95, and for five campaigns at Wyoming from 198185. n Also served as an assistant coach at TCU, with the CFL's British Columbia team and started his career at New Mexico as a graduate assistant coach in 1972.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE n Originally a defensive back, Long became a three-year starter at quarterback for the Lobos from 1969-71. He earned team mostvaluable-player honors three times and was the Western Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year as a senior. n Long played professionally in the CFL with British Columbia in 1972-73 and 1975-76. He also competed in the World Football League with the Detroit Wheels in 1974. n Attended Alta Loma High School in Alta Loma, Calif.

EDUCATION n He is a 1974 graduate of New Mexico with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education and was awarded an NCAA postgraduate scholarship. Long was a three-time academic all-conference pick and received the WAC Scholar-Athlete Award in 1970.

PERSONAL n Long and his wife, Debby, have two daughters, Roxanne and Hannah. n Both of Long’s daughters are head coaches at NCAA schools. Roxanne is the head women’s basketball coach at Texas Lutheran, an NCAA Division III school in the American Southwest Conference. Hannah is the head volleyball coach at Southwestern University, an NCAA Division III school in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Last season, her team went 32-7 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA tournament.

LONG TIDBITS g Long was one of four NCAA players that visited U.S. servicemen in Vietnam in the summer of 1971. Along with Johnny Musso (Alabama), Lydell Mitchell (Penn State) and Stan Mauldin (Texas), Long spent two weeks in the country going to different U.S. bases. g Long is a member of both the University of New Mexico Hall of Honor (inducted in 1996) and the New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame (inducted March 4, 2011). g Long met his wife, Debby, while coaching the Pi Beta Phi sorority team in the spring of 1971. He guided the sorority to consecutive undefeated championship seasons in 1971 and 1972. Long’s defense was not scored upon in any game in either year. g Bobby Knight paid Long a home visit and recruited the twosport athlete to play basketball at Army. g Long was a three-time academic all-conference selection, earned the WAC Scholar-Athlete Award (1970) and was an honorable mention Academic All-American in 1969. He earned a coveted NCAA postgraduate scholarship in 1974.

LONG FILE n Year at San Diego State: First Season as Head Coach/Third Overall n Hometown: Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. n Family: Wife, Debby, and daughters, Roxanne and Hannah

g Long has been on the winning sideline of the San Diego State-New Mexico game each of the last 10 seasons. He won the first eight meetings as the head coach at UNM and has been on the sidelines as the defensive coordinator in Aztec victories in 2009 and 2010.

n Alma Mater: New Mexico, 1974

g Long was the starting quarterback at UNM when the Lobos posted consecutive winning seasons in 1970-71. That was the only time that occurred in the 33 seasons between 1964 and 1996.

n Coaching Experience:

g At New Mexico, he left the program as the all-time leading rusher (2,071 yards) and threw just 23 interceptions in 30 career games. g Both of Rocky and Debby Long’s children were Division I student-athletes and both are currently head coaches at the NCAA Division III level.

n Collegiate Playing Experience: New Mexico - 1969-71

2009-11 San Diego State Head Coach (2011) Defensive Coordinator (2009-10) 1998-2008 New Mexico Head Coach 1996-97 UCLA Defensive Coordinator 1991-95 Oregon State Defensive Coordinator 1988-90 TCU Secondary 1986-87 B.C. Lions Linebackers 1981-85 Wyoming Defensive Coordinator 1978-80 New Mexico Secondary (1979-80) Offensive Backs (1978) 1972-73 New Mexico Graduate Assistant

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Rocky Long - Head Coach n The Long Factor

n Rocky Long 

Below is a look at the two seasons prior to Rocky Long joining the SDSU staff and the last two seasons in which he served as the Aztecs’ defensive coordinator:

Head Coaching Record vs. Opponents W L Air Force 5 6 Arizona 2 0 Baylor 1 1 Boise State 0 2 Brigham Young 2 9 Central Florida 0 1 Colorado State 4 6 Fresno State 0 1 Hawai’i 1 0 Idaho State 1 0 Missouri 1 1 Navy 0 1 Nevada 1 0 New Mexico State 8 3 North Carolina State 0 1 Northern Arizona 2 0 Oregon State 0 3 Portland State 0 1 Sacramento State 1 0 San Diego State 9 2 San Jose State 0 2 TCU 0 4 Texas A&M 0 1 Texas State 1 0 Texas Tech 1 4 Tulsa 0 1 UCLA 0 1 UNLV 7 3 Utah 5 6 Utah State 2 1 UTEP 2 4 Washington State 0 2 Weber State 1 0 Wyoming 8 2 Totals 65 69

Category 2007-08 Record 6-18 MWC Record 3-13 Opp. PPG 35.8 Opp. Total Offense/G 479.5 Opp. Rush. Yds./G 367.3

n Division I Victories When Named SDSU Head Coach (since 1961)

Name First Year HC at SDSU Don Coryell 1961 Claude Gilbert 1973 Doug Scovil 1981 Denny Stolz 1986 Al Luginbill 1989 Ted Tollner 1994 Tom Craft 2002 Chuck Long 2006 Brady Hoke 2009 Rocky Long 2011

San Diego State 2010 Poinsettia Bowl New Mexico 2007 New Mexico Bowl 2006 New Mexico Bowl 2004 Emerald Bowl 2003 Las Vegas Bowl 2002 Las Vegas Bowl UCLA 1998 Cotton Bowl

Record 3-9 4-7 5-7 6-5 7-7 8-5 7-5 6-5 6-7 9-4 4-8 65-69

- Head Coach

Conference 1-7 3-4 3-4 4-3 5-2 5-2 5-2 4-4 4-4 5-3 2-6 41-41

7th T-5th T-5th T-3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd T-4th 5th T-3rd T-6th

Finish WAC MWC MWC MWC MWC MWC MWC MWC MWC MWC MWC

Home 2-4 3-3 3-3 4-2 5-1 5-2 3-2 2-3 3-5 6-1 3-3 39-29

Away 1-5 1-4 2-4 2-3 2-5 3-2 4-2 4-2 3-2 3-3 1-5 26-37

Neutral

Conference 2-6 5-3 7-9

7th T-3rd

Finish MWC MWC

Home 3-3 6-1 9-4

Away 1-5 3-3 4-8

Neutral

0-1 0-1 0-1

Bowl Game

Las Vegas Bowl Las Vegas Bowl Emerald Bowl New Mexico Bowl New Mexico Bowl

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n Rocky Long at San Diego State Year School Title 2009 San Diego State Defensive Coordinator 2010 San Diego State Defensive Coordinator SAN DIEGO STATE TOTALS (2 Seasons)

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Wins 0 0 21 75 0 26 0 0 34 65

n Bowl Games As A Coach (7)

n Rocky Long Division I Year-By-Year Year School Title 1998 New Mexico Head Coach 1999 New Mexico Head Coach 2000 New Mexico Head Coach 2001 New Mexico Head Coach 2002 New Mexico Head Coach 2003 New Mexico Head Coach 2004 New Mexico Head Coach 2005 New Mexico Head Coach 2006 New Mexico Head Coach 2007 New Mexico Head Coach 2008 New Mexico Head Coach NEW MEXICO TOTALS (11 Seasons)

2009-10 13-12 7-9 26.1 367.3 156.8

Record 4-8 9-4 13-12

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Rocky Long - Head Coach, Year-By-Year n NEW MEXICO 1998 3-9 Overall; 1-7 WAC (Seventh Place - Pacific) Date Opponent Sept. 5 Idaho State ....................................W Sept. 12 Utah State ................................3ot-W Sept. 19 at New Mexico State........................L Sept. 26 at San Jose State ............................L Oct. 3 at Air Force ......................................L Oct. 10 UTEP ..............................................L Oct. 17 San Diego State ..........................ot-L Oct. 24 at Hawai’i........................................W Oct. 31 Fresno State ....................................L Nov. 7 at Brigham Young ............................L Nov. 14 Utah ................................................L Nov. 21 at Central Florida ............................L

Result 38 - 9 39 - 36 27 - 28 20 - 37 14 - 56 19 - 22 33 - 36 30 - 20 20 - 28 21 - 46 7 - 41 6 - 38

n NEW MEXICO 1999 4-7 Overall; 3-4 MWC (Tie-Fifth Place) Date Opponent Sept. 4 at UTEP ..........................................L Sept. 11 New Mexico State............................L Sept. 18 Northern Arizona............................W Sept. 25 at Boise State ..................................L Oct. 9 at San Diego State ........................W Oct. 16 Brigham Young ................................L Oct. 30 UNLV ..............................................W Nov. 6 Colorado State ................................L Nov. 13 at Utah ............................................L Nov. 20 at Wyoming ....................................L Nov. 27 Air Force ........................................W

Result 10 - 13 28 - 35 45 - 14 9 - 20 24 - 21 7 - 31 27 - 6 22 - 36 7 - 52 28 - 42 33 - 28

n NEW MEXICO 2000 5-7 Overall; 3-4 MWC (Tie-Fifth Place ) Date Opponent Aug. 26 at Texas Tech ..................................L Sept. 2 Boise State ......................................L Sept. 9 Oregon State ..................................L Sept. 16 at New Mexico State ......................W Sept. 23 Northern Arizona............................W Sept. 30 Wyoming ........................................W Oct. 7 at Colorado State ............................L Oct. 21 at Air Force ....................................W Oct. 28 Utah ..............................................W Nov. 4 San Diego State ..............................L Nov. 11 at UNLV............................................L Nov. 18 at Brigham Young ............................L

Result 3 - 24 14 - 31 20 - 28 16 - 13 35 - 28 45 - 10 14 - 17 29 - 23 10 - 3 16 - 17 14 - 18 13 - 37

n NEW MEXICO 2001 6-5 Overall; 4-3 MWC (Tie-Third Place) Date Opponent Sept. 1 UTEP..............................................W Sept. 8 at Texas Tech ..................................L Sept. 22 at Baylor ......................................ot-L Sept. 29 at Utah ............................................L Oct. 6 at Wyoming ....................................W Oct. 13 Brigham Young ................................L Oct. 27 Air Force ........................................W Nov. 3 at San Diego State ........................W Nov. 10 UNLV ..............................................W Nov. 17 Colorado State ................................L Nov. 24 New Mexico State ..........................W

Result 26 - 6 30 - 42 13 - 16 16 - 37 30 - 29 20 - 24 52 - 33 20 - 15 27 - 17 17 - 24 53 - 0

n NEW MEXICO 2002 LAS VEGAS BOWL 7-7 Overall; 5-2 MWC (Second Place) Date Opponent Aug. 23 at North Carolina State ....................L Aug. 31 Weber State ..................................W Sept. 7 at Air Force ..................................ot-L Sept. 14 Baylor ............................................W Sept. 21 at New Mexico State........................L Sept. 27 Texas Tech ......................................L Oct. 12 at UNLV ..........................................W Oct. 19 at Utah State ..............................ot-L Oct. 26 Utah ........................................2ot-W Nov. 9 San Diego State ............................W Nov. 16 at Brigham Young ..........................W Nov. 23 at Colorado State ............................L Nov. 30 Wyoming ........................................W Dec. 25 ^vs. UCLA........................................L ^ - Las Vegas Bowl n NEW MEXICO 2003 LAS VEGAS BOWL 8-5 Overall; 5-2 MWC (Second Place) Date Opponent Aug. 30 Texas State ....................................W Sept. 6 at Texas Tech ..................................L Sept. 13 Brigham Young ................................L Sept. 20 at Washington State ........................L Sept. 27 New Mexico State ..........................W Oct. 4 Utah State ......................................W Oct. 18 at San Diego State ........................W Oct. 25 at Utah ..........................................W Nov. 1 UNLV................................................L Nov. 7 Colorado State ..............................W Nov. 15 Air Force ........................................W Nov. 22 at Wyoming ....................................W Dec. 24 ^vs. Oregon State ............................L ^ - Las Vegas Bowl n NEW MEXICO 2004 EMERALD BOWL 7-5 Overall; 5-2 MWC (Second Place) Date Opponent Sept. 3 Washington State ............................L Sept. 11 Texas Tech......................................W Sept. 18 at Oregon State ..............................L Sept. 25 at New Mexico State ......................W Oct. 1 Utah ................................................L Oct. 9 at Air Force ......................................L Oct. 16 at UNLV ..........................................W Oct. 23 San Diego State ............................W Oct. 30 at Colorado State ..........................W Nov. 13 at Brigham Young ..........................W Nov. 20 Wyoming ........................................W Dec. 30 ^vs. Navy ........................................L ^ - Emerald Bowl n NEW MEXICO 2005 6-5 Overall; 4-4 MWC (Tie-Fourth Place) Date Opponent Sept. 5 UNLV ..............................................W Sept. 10 at Missouri......................................W Sept. 17 New Mexico State ..........................W Sept. 24 at UTEP ..........................................L Oct. 1 at TCU ............................................L Oct. 8 Brigham Young ................................L

Result 14 - 34 38 - 24 31 - 38 23 - 0 13 - 24 0 - 49 25 - 16 44 - 45 42 - 35 15 - 8 20 - 16 14 - 22 49 - 20 13 - 27

Result 72 - 8 28 - 42 7 - 10 13 - 23 24 - 17 34 - 7 30 - 7 47 - 35 35 - 37 37 - 34 24 - 12 26 - 3 14 - 55

Result 17 - 21 27 - 24 7 - 17 38 - 3 7 - 28 23 - 28 24 - 20 19 - 9 26 - 17 21 - 14 16 - 9 19 - 34

Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 28 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at Wyoming ....................................W at San Diego State ........................W Colorado State ................................L at Utah ..........................................W Air Force ..........................................L

n NEW MEXICO 2006 NEW MEXICO BOWL 6-7 Overall; 4-4 MWC (Fifth Place) Date Opponent Sept. 2 Portland State..................................L Sept. 9 at New Mexico State ......................W Sept. 16 Missouri ..........................................L Sept. 23 UTEP..............................................W Sept. 30 at Air Force ......................................L Oct. 7 Wyoming ........................................L Oct. 14 at UNLV ......................................ot-W Oct. 19 Utah ..............................................W Oct. 28 at Colorado State ..........................W Nov. 11 TCU ................................................L Nov. 18 at Brigham Young ............................L Nov. 25 San Diego State ............................W Dec. 23 ^San Jose State ..............................L ^ - New Mexico Bowl n NEW MEXICO 2007 NEW MEXICO BOWL 9-4 Overall; 5-3 MWC (Tie-Third Place) Date Opponent Sept. 1 at UTEP ..........................................L Sept. 8 New Mexico State ..........................W Sept. 15 at Arizona ......................................W Sept. 22 Sacramento State ..........................W Sept. 29 Brigham Young ................................L Oct. 13 at Wyoming ....................................W Oct. 20 at San Diego State ........................W Oct. 25 Air Force ........................................W Nov. 3 at TCU ............................................L Nov. 10 Colorado State ..............................W Nov. 17 at Utah ............................................L Nov. 24 UNLV ..............................................W Dec. 22 ^Nevada ........................................W ^ - New Mexico Bowl n NEW MEXICO 2008 4-8 Overall; 2-6 MWC (Tie-Sixth Place) Date Opponent Aug. 30 TCU ................................................L Sept. 6 Texas A&M ......................................L Sept. 13 Arizona ..........................................W Sept. 20 at Tulsa ............................................L Sept. 27 at New Mexico State ......................W Oct. 4 Wyoming ........................................W Oct. 11 at Brigham Young ............................L Oct. 18 San Diego State ............................W Oct. 23 at Air Force ......................................L Nov. 1 Utah ................................................L Nov. 8 at UNLV............................................L Nov. 15 at Colorado State ............................L

27 47 25 31 24

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24 24 35 27 42

Result 6 - 17 34 - 28 17 - 27 26 - 13 7 - 24 10 - 14 39 - 36 34 - 31 20 - 19 21 - 27 17 - 42 41 - 14 12 - 20

Result 6 - 10 44 - 34 29 - 27 58 - 0 24 - 31 20 - 3 20 - 17 34 - 31 0 - 37 26 - 23 10 - 28 27 - 6 23 - 0

Result 3 - 26 22 - 28 36 - 28 14 - 56 35 - 24 24 - 0 3 - 21 70 - 7 10 - 23 10 - 13 20 - 27 6 - 20

Result 24 - 22 45 - 35 38 - 21 13 - 21 28 - 49 24 - 27

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Andy Ludwig - Offensive Coordinator/TEs COACHING EXPERIENCE

n Andy Ludwig came to Montezuma Mesa this past January and

begins his first season at San Diego State. Ludwig is the Aztecs’ offensive coordinator and will also work with the tight ends. n He is starting his 17th year as an offensive coordinator at the NCAA level and has 24 years of coaching experience overall. His teams have been to 11 bowl games with five bids over the past six campaigns. n Some of his prominent quarterback pupils include Heisman Trophy finalist and 2002 NFL Draft No. 1 pick David Carr, as well as current NFL players Kellen Clemens, Brett Ratliff and Billy Volek. n Ludwig came to SDSU after two seasons at California as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He helped lead the Golden Bear offense to a trio of 50-point games in 2010, the first time Cal had done that since 2003. California converted 33-of-37 opportunities inside the red zone a year ago, the highest percentage (89.2 percent) in the Pac-10.

threw for 2,390 yards and 16 touchdowns as a sophomore. Wideout Samie Parker also set a school record for most receptions in a season with 77 in 2003 and finished his Duck career as the school’s all-time career leader in catches and yardage. Running backs Onterrio Smith and Terrence Whitehead both posted 1,000-yard rushing campaigns during Ludwig’s stay in Eugene. n He was a finalist for the 2001 Frank Broyles Assistant Coach of the Year award after Fresno State finished fourth in the nation in both scoring (40.00 ppg.) and total offense (501.57 ypg.). The Bulldogs also became the first school in NCAA history to feature a 4,000-yard passer, two 1,000-yard receivers and a 1,000-yard rusher in a single season. n The Ogden, Utah, native has also spent time at Boise State (quarterbacks coach, 1995-96), Utah (defensive graduate assistant, 1992), Idaho State (quarterbacks/receivers, 1989-91) and Portland State (receivers, 1987-88).

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n The Bears broke a school record for the fewest turnovers (17) in

a season in 2009, and participated in the Poinsettia Bowl.

n Competed for two years as a wide receiver at Snow College in Ephraim, Utah, from 1982-83, before lettering twice at Portland State from 1985-86.

n Prior to his stay at Cal, Ludwig served as the offensive coordina-

EDUCATION

tor at Utah (2005-08), Oregon (2002-04), Fresno State (1998-01), Cal Poly (1997) and Augustana (1993-94).

n Helped Utah go to four consecutive bowl games, including a 2009 Sugar Bowl win over Alabama, as the Utes finished 13-0 with a No. 2 national ranking. That season, Utah put up 36.92 points per game and he was named a finalist for the FootballScoop Offensive Coordinator of the Year. n In 2005, the Utes led the MWC in total offense and ranked 12th

nationally at 473.0 yards per game.

n At Oregon, Ludwig tutored quarterback Kellen Clemens, who

n Obtained his bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Portland State in 1988.

PERSONAL

n Ludwig and his wife, Jill, have two children, Joe and Delaney.

NOTABLE PLAYERS COACHED BY LUDWIG n Brian Johnson, QB (Utah) Winningest QB in Utah History, MVP - 2009 Sugar Bowl n Brett Ratliff, QB (Utah), Tennessee Titans Led the Utes to a Pair of Bowl Victories n Samie Parker, WR (Oregon)             School’s All-Time Leader in Career Catches an Yardage n Kellen Clemens, QB (Oregon), New York Jets 7,555 career yards passing, 2006 NFL 2nd Round Draft Pick n David Carr, QB (Fresno State), San Francisco 49ers  No. 1 NFL Draft Pick, Heisman Trophy Finalist, Johnny Unitas and Sammy Baugh Award Winner n Jaime Kimbrough, RB (Fresno State)                       1997 WAC Offensive MVP, First-Team All-WAC n Billy Volek, QB (Fresno State), San Diego Chargers 199 WAC MVP, 12 NFL Seasons n Ali Abrew, QB (Cal Poly)                   Led the NCAA in Pass Efficiency in 1997

BOWL GAMES AS A COACH (11) n California

2009 Poinsettia Bowl n Utah 2009 Sugar Bowl, 2007 Poinsettia Bowl, 2006 Armed Forces Bowl, 2005 Emerald Bowl, 1992 Copper Bowl n Oregon

2003 Sun Bowl, 2002 Seattle Bowl n Fresno State 2001 Silicon Valley Classic Bowl, 2000 Silicon Valley Classic Bowl, 1999 Las Vegas Bowl

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LUDWIG FILE n Year at San Diego State: First Season n Hometown: Ogden, Utah n Family: Wife, Jill, and children, Joe and Delaney n Alma Mater: Portland State, 1988 n Collegiate Playing Experience: Snow College - 1982-83 Portland State - 1985-86 n Coaching Experience: 2011 San Diego State Offensive Coordinator/TEs

2009-10 California Offensive Coordinator/QBs 2005-08, 1992 Utah Offensive Coordinator (2005-08) Defensive Graduate Assistant (1992) 2002-04 Oregon Offensive Coordinator 1998-01 Fresno State Offensive Coordinator 1997 Cal Poly Offensive Coordinator 1995-96 Boise State Quarterbacks 1993-94 Augustana Offensive Coordinator 1989-91 Idaho State Quarterbacks/Receivers 1987-88 Portland State Receivers


COACHES & STAFF INFORMATION

Jeff Horton - Assistant Head Coach/RBs n As the co-offensive coordinator, the Gophers saw drastic improvements from 2009 in the NCAA rankings in total offense (+34 spots), rushing offense (+26), passing offense (+18), scoring offense (+11), turnovers (+82), time of possession (+82) and penalties (+21). n Prior to his time at Minnesota, Horton was the quarterbacks coach for the Detroit Lions in 2009, working with No. 1 overall Draft pick Matthew Stafford. Stafford started 10 games and threw for more than 2,000 yards. n Began his stint in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams from 200608, where he was the assistant offensive line coach, special assistant to the head coach and an offensive assistant. n He was on the sidelines in six bowl games as the quarterbacks

coach at the University of Wisconsin from 1999-2005. The Badgers tallied four postseason victories, including a 17-9 win over Stanford in the 2000 Rose Bowl, after claiming the Big Ten championship. n Horton tutored Wisconsin signalcaller Brooks Bollinger to a combined 30-12 record over his four seasons as a starter. Both Bollinger and quarterback Jim Sorgi were selected in the NFL Draft during his stay in Madison. n The Arlington, Texas, native was the head coach at UNLV for five

years. In 1994, he was named the Big West Coach of the Year after leading the Rebels to the conference title and a berth in the Las Vegas Bowl.

COACHING EXPERIENCE

n With 23 years of collegiate coaching experience, including seven

as a head coach, Jeff Horton begins his first season at San Diego State. Horton is the team’s assistant head coach and will also work with the Aztec running backs. n Horton comes to The Mesa after spending the final five games

of 2010 as the interim head coach at Minnesota. With Horton at the helm, the Gophers went 2-3 with victories over a pair of bowlbound teams in Illinois and Iowa, after beginning the year with a 16 mark.

NOTABLE PLAYERS COACHED BY HORTON n Matthew Stafford, QB (Detroit Lions), Detroit Lions

No. 1 NFL Draft Pick, Started 10 Games as a Rookie n Brooks Bollinger, QB (Wisconsin) Four-Year Starter, NFL Draft Pick in 2003 n Jim Sorgi, QB (Wisconsin), New York Giants 2006 Super Bowl Champion n Jon Denton, QB (UNLV) Set 10 NCAA Freshman Passing Records in 1996 n Chris Vargas, QB (Nevada) Nevada Team of the Century

BOWL GAMES AS A COACH (8) n Wisconsin 2005 Capital One Bowl, 2004 Outback Bowl, 2003 Music City Bowl, 2002 Alamo Bowl, 2000 Sun Bowl, 1999 Rose Bowl n UNLV 1994 Las Vegas Bowl n Nevada 1992 Las Vegas Bowl

n Compiled a 7-4 record at Nevada in his first season as a head coach in 1993. The Wolf Pack led the nation in offense that campaign, including 4,373 yards passing. n In addition, Horton spent six years as a wide receivers, special teams or running backs coach at Nevada (1985-89, 1992) and two campaigns as an assistant head coach, running backs and wide receivers coach at UNLV (1990-91). n He started his collegiate coaching career in 1984 as a graduate assistant at Minnesota under head coach Lou Holtz.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Was a walk-on wide receiver at the University of Arkansas from 1976-77.

EDUCATION

HORTON FILE n Year at San Diego State: First Season n Hometown: Arlington, Texas n Family: Wife, Teri n Alma Mater: Nevada, 1981 University of San Francisco, 1993 n Collegiate Playing Experience: Arkansas - 1976-77 n Coaching Experience: 2011 San Diego State Assistant Head Coach/Running Backs

2010 Minnesota Interim Head Coach Offensive Coordinator/QBs 2009 Detroit Lions Quarterbacks 2006-08 St. Louis Rams Assistant Offensive Line (2008) Special Assistant to HC/Offense (2006-07)

n Horton graduated from Nevada in 1981 with his bachelor’s degree and earned his master's from the University of San Francisco in 1993.

1999-2005 Wisconsin Quarterbacks

PERSONAL

1994-98, 1990-91 UNLV Head Coach (1994-98) Assistant Head Coach (1990-91)

n Horton and his wife, Teri, reside in San Diego.

1992-93, 1985-89 Nevada Head Coach (1993) Wide Receivers (1992) Assistant Coach (1985-89) 1984 Minnesota Graduate Assistant

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Dan Finn - Offensive Line COACHING EXPERIENCE n Dan Finn was named the offensive line coach at San Diego State in February 2011, completing Rocky Long’s coaching staff. n Finn comes to SDSU from Idaho, where he coached the offensive line for four seasons. The Vandals combined to go 14-12 the past two years, including an 8-5 mark and a Roady's Humanitarian Bowl victory over Bowling Green in 2009. n Tutored two first-team all-WAC players with the Vandals, including 2010 first-round NFL Draft pick Mike Iupati. As a senior, Iupati was a consensus All-American and one of only three finalists for the Outland Trophy. n He previously worked with current Aztec offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig at the University of Utah. Finn was a graduate assistant with the Utes when they advanced to two bowl games, the 2005 Emerald Bowl and the 2006 Armed Forces Bowl. n He helped mentor a pair of Utah all-conference offensive linemen in first-team center Jesse Boone and second-team tackle Tavo Tupola. n Also served a stint as a graduate assistant coach at Southern Utah in 2004, was the defensive coordinator at Phoenix College and was an assistant coach for the defensive line at Mesa Community College.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE n Finn played his collegiate ball at Northern Arizona, where he was a two-time first-team All-American for the Division I-AA Lumberjacks in 1996 and 1997.

NOTABLE PLAYERS COACHED BY FINN n Mike Iupati, OL (Idaho), San Francisco 49ers  All-American, Outland Trophy Finalist, 2010 First Round NFL Draft Pick, NFL All-Rookie n Adam Korby, OL (Idaho)  2008 First-Team All-WAC, 2009 Second-Team All-WAC n Irv Stevens, OL (Idaho)  2009 Second-Team All-WAC

BOWL GAMES AS A COACH (3) n Idaho 2009 Humanitarian Bowl

FINN FILE

n Utah 2006 Armed Forces Bowl, 2005 Emerald Bowl

n Year at San Diego State: First Season

n Played professional football for two years. In 1998, he was a member of the Denver Broncos' practice squad. The next season, he started at guard for the World Bowl champion Frankfort Galaxy of NFL Europe.

EDUCATION

n Hometown: Mesa, Ariz. n Family: Wife, Megan

n The Mesa, Ariz., native received his bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from NAU in 2002.

n Alma Mater: Northern Arizona, 2002

PERSONAL

n Collegiate Playing Experience: Northern Arizona - 1994-97

n Finn and his wife, Megan, were married this past July.

n A first-team all-Big Sky selection from 1995-97, he earned honorable mention accolades as a freshman in 1994. He was NAU's team captain as a junior and senior and its MVP and offensive player of the year in 1997.

n Coaching Experience: 2011 San Diego State Offensive Line

2007-2010 Idaho Offensive Line 2005-06 Utah Graduate Assistant - Offensive Line 2004 Southern Utah Graduate Assistant - Offensive Line 2003 Phoenix College Defensive Coordinator 2002 Mesa College Defensive Line

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Daniel Gonzales - Safeties COACHING EXPERIENCE

n Daniel Gonzales is in his first campaign with San Diego State and will coach the team’s safeties. He previously was a member of Aztec head coach Rocky Long’s staff at the University of New Mexico. n From 2005-08, he worked with the safeties, punters, kickers and deep snappers at UNM. Under his tutelage, the Lobo safeties combined for 55 pass breakups in 2007-08, and the 2007 New Mexico squad ranked 13th nationally in total defense, 14th in scoring defense and 20th in passing defense. n Gonzales coached place-kicker John Sullivan to consensus AllAmerica honors. A former walk-on, Sullivan nailed a nation’s best 29 field goals in 2007.

GONZALES FILE n Year at San Diego State: First Season

n Place-kickers Kenny Byrd (first-team all-MWC) and James Aho (freshman All-American) and punter Jordan Scott (honorable mention all-MWC) also were honored during Gonzales’ coaching stint at UNM.

n Hometown: Albuquerque, N.M. n Family: Wife, Lea, and daughter, Alicia

n Worked with NFL Draft picks defensive back Glover Quin (Houston Texans) and linebacker/defensive back Quincy Black (Tampa Bay Buccaneers) at New Mexico.

n Alma Mater: New Mexico, 1998, 2002

n He was the school's video coordinator from 2003-05, and started his coaching career as a defensive graduate assistant for the Lobos from 1999-2002.

n Collegiate Playing Experience: New Mexico - 1994-98

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Was a three-year letterwinner at New Mexico, competing as a punter and safety. He earned the team's Chuck Cummings Memorial Award for morale and spirit as a senior.

n He was a part of the 1997 Lobo squad that won the Western Athletic Conference Mountain Division championship and competed in the Insight.com Bowl. UNM compiled an 9-4 overall record that year, including a 6-2 mark in league action.

EDUCATION

n Gonzales has a bachelor's degree from UNM in business administration and general management and a master's degree in physical education and recreation.

PERSONAL

n Gonzales is married to Lea and has one daughter, Alicia.

n Coaching Experience: 2011 San Diego State Safeties

2005-08, 1999-2002 New Mexico Special Teams/Safeties (2005-08) Graduate Assistant (1999-2002)

NOTABLE PLAYERS COACHED BY GONZALES n James Aho, PK (New Mexico) 2008 Second-Team Freshman All-American n Quincy Black, DB (New Mexico), Tampa Bay Buccaneers First-Team All-MWC, Third-Round NFL Draft Pick in 2007 n Kenny Byrd, PK (New Mexico) 2006 First-Team All-MWC n Clint McPeek, DB  (New Mexico) Plays for the UFL’s Hartford Colonials n Glover Quin, DB  (New Mexico), Houston Texans Fourth-Round NFL Draft Pick in 2007 n Jordan Scott, P (New Mexico) 2007 MWC Honorable Mention n John Sullivan, PK (New Mexico) 2007 Consensus All-American

BOWL GAMES AS A COACH (3) n New Mexico 2007 New Mexico Bowl, 2006 New Mexico Bowl, 2002 Las Vegas Bowl

BOWL GAME AS A PLAYER (1) n New Mexico 1997 Insight.com Bowl

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Osia Lewis - Defensive Line COACHING EXPERIENCE

n Osia Lewis enters his first season as San Diego State’s defensive

line coach. He brings extensive experience to the position, having served as a defensive coordinator at both the professional and collegiate levels. n Lewis has coached in the Mountain West Conference, Conference USA, Big Ten and Pac-10, and has been on the sidelines in six bowl games. n He worked alongside Aztec head coach Rocky Long at the University of New Mexico from 2003-07 as the Lobos' defensive coordinator. He also tutored the defensive line (2003-05) and linebackers (2006-07) during that same time span. n In his tenure, UNM went to four bowl games and its defensive unit was fifth in the country in rushing defense in 2003 and first in the MWC in total defense in 2003 and 2004. n Lewis was in charge of the Lobo defense that included NFL Draft

picks Quincy Black, Glover Quin and DeAndre Wright. Additionally, defensive back Brandon Payne was named a Walter Camp Second Team All-American in 2004 when he led the nation in passes defended with 23. n The Tucson, Ariz., native left Albuquerque to take a similar position

as defensive coordinator at UTEP from 2008-09. He then had a one-year stint in the United Football League with the Hartford Colonials before coming to San Diego State. n Lewis was an assistant coach in the Big Ten at Illinois from 199702, guiding the linebackers and defensive line. The Illini played in the 2002 Nokia Sugar Bowl, the school's first-ever appearance in a

NOTABLE PLAYERS COACHED BY LEWIS n Quincy Black, DB (New Mexico), Tampa Bay Buccaneers First-Team All-MWC, Third-Round NFL Draft Pick in 2007 n Cody Kase, LB (New Mexico) Two-Time Academic All-American n Brandon Payne, DB (New Mexico) 2004 Walter Camp Second-Team All-American, First-Team All-MWC, Jim Thorpe Award semifinalist n Glover Quin, DB (New Mexico), Houston Texans Fourth-Round NFL Draft Pick in 2007 n Michael Tuohy, DE (New Mexico) 2004 Freshman All-American n DeAndre Wright, DB (New Mexico), Minnesota Vikings Sixth-Round NFL Draft Pick in 2009 n Kurt Kittner, QB (Illinois) Two-Time All-Big Ten, 2002 NFL Draft Pick n Jerry Schumacher, LB (Illinois) Two-Time All-Big Ten n Matt Sinclair, LB (Illinois) Played Three Years in the NFL n Fred Wakefield, DL (Illinois) Played Eight NFL Seasons, First-Team All-Big Ten

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n New Mexico 2007 New Mexico Bowl, 2006 New Mexico Bowl, 2004 Emerald Bowl, 2003 Las Vegas Bowl n Illinois 2002 Sugar Bowl, 1999 Micronpc.com Bowl

Bowl Championship Series game and posted a final national ranking of 12th. n His first full-time NCAA Division I coaching position was at his alma mater, Oregon State. He was an assistant coach with linebackers and special teams from 1991-96, working for the first five seasons with Long, who was the Beavers' defensive coordinator. n Lewis started his career as an assistant coach at Western Oregon State from 1989-90.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Lewis was an honorable mention All-American and team captain at Oregon State from 1982-85. As a senior, he was an all-conference selection and was named the Beavers’ most inspirational player.

n Continued his playing career in the professional ranks in the CFL with the Toronto Argonauts and in the AFL with the Chicago Bruisers and New York Firebirds. Lewis earned all-arena league honors in 1988 and played in the Arena Bowl.

EDUCATION

n Year at San Diego State: First Season n Hometown: Tucson, Ariz. n Family: Wife, Darlene, and children, Marvin and Kiana n Alma Mater: Oregon State, 1986, 1989 n Collegiate Playing Experience: Oregon State - 1982-85 n Coaching Experience: 2011 San Diego State Defensive Line

2010 Hartford Colonials (UFL) Defensive Coordinator 2008-09 UTEP Defensive Coordinator 2003-07 New Mexico Defensive Coordinator Defensive Line (2003-05) Linebackers (2006-07) 1997-02 Illinois Linebackers (2001-02) Defensive Line (1997-00)

n He earned his bachelor’s degree in social science education from Oregon State in 1986, and also has a master’s degree in education from the school (1989).

1991-96 Oregon State Linebackers & Special Teams

PERSONAL

1989-90 Western Oregon State Assistant Coach

n Lewis and his wife, Darlene, have one son, Marvin, and one

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LeCharls McDaniel - WRs/Special Teams COACHING EXPERIENCE

n Begins the seventh year of his third stint on Montezuma Mesa. For the sixth consecutive year, he will work with the wide receivers after coaching the Aztec running backs in 2005. He added duties with the SDSU special teams unit for the 2011 campaign.

n Coached one of the best 1-2 receiver tandems in the nation the last two years, as both Vincent Brown and DeMarco Sampson were named first-team all-Mountain West and were selected in the 2011 NFL Draft. The pair combined for 2,572 yards and 18 touchdowns, while tallying 12, 100-yard receiving efforts last season. n In 2010, Brown and Sampson each eclipsed the 1,000-yard receiving mark, becoming the first Aztecs to do so in the same campaign since another McDaniels’ coached duo, J.R. Tolver and Kassim Osgood in 2002.

McDANIEL FILE n Year at San Diego State: 11th Season

n Brown was one of just five non-seniors in 2009 to be named a

semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation’s top receiver.

n Hometown: Seaside, Calif.

n McDaniels tutored a pair of 2008 NFL Draft picks in wideouts Chaz Schilens (Oakland Raiders) and Brett Swain (Green Bay Packers). Swain was a second team all-conference pick in 2007, finishing second in the league in receiving yards per contest (79.6). Schilens ended his career with three straight 100-yard receiving games and ranked No. 1 in the Mountain West in 2007 in receiving yards in league outings (100.7 ypg.). n Returned to SDSU in 2005, after a two-year stay on Mike Riley’s staff at Oregon State, which saw the Beavers earn invitations to two straight postseason bowl games. n From 1994-96, McDaniel coached the special teams and sec-

NOTABLE PLAYERS COACHED BY McDANIEL n Vincent Brown, WR (SDSU), San Diego Chargers

2011 NFL Draft Pick n Kassim Osgood, WR (SDSU), Jacksonville Jaguars Two-Time NFL Pro-Bowler n DeMarco Sampson, WR (SDSU), Arizona Cardinals 2011 NFL Draft Pick n Chaz Schilens, WR (SDSU), Oakland Raiders 2008 NFL Draft Pick, Played 29 games from 2008-10 n Brett Swain, WR (SDSU), Green Bay Packers 2008 NFL Draft Pick, 2011 Super Bowl Champion n J.R. Tolver, WR (SDSU) SDSU’s All-Time Leading Receiver n Joe Newton, TE (OSU) Capital One MVP - Insight Bowl n Alexis Serna, K (OSU) Lou Groza Award winner n Brian Mitchell, KR (Redskins) 14 NFL Seasons n Matt Turk, P (Redskins), Houston Texans Three-Time NFL Pro-Bowler, NFL All-Pro, 14 NFL Seasons n Gary Clark, WR (Cardinals) Four-Time NFL Pro-Bowler, NFL All-Pro n Ricky Proehl, WR (Cardinals) 17 NFL Seasons

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n Family: Wife, Sheryl, and children, Michael, Michelle and Keisha n Alma Mater: Cal Poly, 1981

ondary at SDSU, and in 2002, he was the receivers and special teams coach. That season, Aztec wideouts J.R. Tolver and Kassim Osgood set NCAA single-season records for receptions and receiving yards by two teammates. n Prior to 2002, McDaniel was on the staff at California, coaching

the Golden Bear special teams and assisting with the defensive backs. n Served as a coach and administrator with the Washington Redskins from 1998 to 2000. Was the Redskins special teams coach for three seasons under head coach Norv Turner.

n Coaching Experience: 2005-11, 2002, 1994-96 San Diego State Wide Receivers/Special Teams (2011) Wide Receivers (2002, 2006-10) Running Backs (2005) Secondary/Special Teams (1994-96)

n NFL background also includes a one-year stint as the wide re-

2003-04 Oregon State Special Teams/Tight Ends

n Began his coaching career at Hartnell College in Salinas, Calif.,

2001 California Special Teams

ceivers coach for the Phoenix Cardinals (1993) and a stop with the Philadelphia Eagles as a pro scout.

before joining the San Diego Chargers in 1989 as assistant special teams coach. He remained with the Chargers until he returned to his alma mater, Cal Poly, as special teams and secondary coach in 1992.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Cornerback on Cal Poly’s 1980 NCAA Division II National Championship football team. Honorable mention All-American as a senior, a two-time team captain and finished his career with 13 career interceptions. Inducted into the Cal Poly Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002. n Spent four years in the NFL with the Giants and Redskins, where

he was a part of a Super Bowl championship team in 1983.

EDUCATION

n Received his bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Cal Poly

n San Diego State 2010 Poinsettia Bowl

in 1981.

n Oregon State

n McDaniel and his wife, Sheryl, have a son and two daughters.

2004 Insight Bowl, 2003 Las Vegas Bowl

n Collegiate Playing Experience: Cal Poly - 1977-80

PERSONAL

1998-00 Washington Redskins Special Teams 1993 Phoenix Cardinals Receivers 1992 Cal Poly Secondary/Special Teams 1989-91 San Diego Chargers Assistant Special Teams 1986-88 Hartnell College Secondary/Special Teams

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Kevin McGarry - Linebackers top 20 in various defensive categories. In 2002, he helped then junior quarterback Eric Rasmussen lead the nation in passing efficiency (164.2). n He was named the Pioneer Football League Coach of the Year in 2002, and had eight players garner All-America honors during his tenure. n Prior to being named head coach, he was USD’s defensive coordinator from 1980-95, and was an assistant coach at the school from 1978-80. n McGarry also was the Toreros' head softball coach from 198085.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Began his collegiate career at Saddleback College in Mission

Viejo, Calif., where he started at wide receiver and defensive back from 1974-75. He was tabbed the team’s MVP his final campaign and was later inducted into Saddleback’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

n Transferred to the University of San Diego, playing on both sides of the ball at wide receiver and defensive back from 1976-77. He picked up team defensive player-of-the-year honors his senior season.

EDUCATION

n Has a bachelor's degree in English/diversified liberal arts and a master's in educational administration from the University of San Diego.

COACHING EXPERIENCE

n Kevin McGarry starts his first year as a full-time member of the Aztec coaching staff and will be in charge of the team’s linebackers.

PERSONAL

n McGarry and his wife, Mary Ann, have four sons, Pat (24), Mike

(24), Timbo (21) and Matt (15).

n McGarry most recently served as an assistant to the Aztec coaches the past two years. n He moved across town after eight campaigns as the head football coach at the University of San Diego from 1996-2003. McGarry compiled a 39-37 overall record with five seasons at .500 or above. His squads also were ranked nationally on three occasions. n Under McGarry's direction, the Toreros were the No. 1 offense in the nation (Div. I-AA) in 2003, and consistently were rated in the

NOTABLE PLAYERS COACHED BY McGARRY n Dylan Ching, WR (San Diego)  Finished Career as School’s All-Time Leading Receiver, Drafted by CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders n Jeb Dougherty, DB (San Diego)  Two-Time Academic All-American, NCAA Division I-AA AllAmerican, Associated Press Third-Team I-AA All-American n Dan Herbert, DB (San Diego)  Kodak College Div. II All-American, Academic All-American n Dylan Mora, P (San Diego)  I-AA Sports Network Mid-Major First-Team All-American n Doug Popovich, DB (San Diego)  Two-Time First-Team Academic All-American, AFCA ThirdTeam All-American, Sports Network Third-Team and HM All-American n Eric Rasmussen, QB (San Diego)  AFCA All-American, Led the Nation in Passing Efficiency in 2002

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McGARRY FILE n Year at San Diego State: First Season n Hometown: San Diego, Calif. n Family: Wife, Mary Ann, and sons, Pat, Mike, Timbo and Matt n Alma Mater: San Diego, 1979, 1985 n Collegiate Playing Experience: Saddleback College, 1974-75 University of San Diego, 1976-77 n Coaching Experience: 2011 San Diego State Linebackers

1978-2003 University of San Diego Head Coach (1996-2003) Defensive Coordinator (1980-95) Assistant Coach (1978-80)


COACHES & STAFF INFORMATION

Brian Sipe - Quarterbacks COACHING EXPERIENCE

n One of the greatest players in program history, Brian Sipe enters his third season at SDSU as the team’s quarterbacks coach.

n A year ago under Sipe’s direction, Aztec quarterback Ryan Lindley posted career numbers in garnering second-team all-conference accolades. Lindley led the Mountain West in both passing average (294.6 ypg.) and total offense (292.2 ypg), while ranking in the top 14 nationally in both categories. Lindley’s 3,830 yards and 28 touchdowns through the air are both third in the SDSU season history. n As a team, the Aztecs were first in the league and 12th nationally in passing, while compiling over 300 yards six times, highlighted by a 528-yard effort vs. Utah.

SIPE FILE

n In 2009, helped SDSU rank 30th in the country in pass offense

(263.6 yards per game). Then sophomore quarterback Ryan Lindley threw for 3,054 yards and 23 touchdowns.

n Year at San Diego State: Third Season

n Before returning to San Diego State, Sipe spent eight years as

n Hometown: San Diego, Calif.

head football coach at nearby Santa Fe Christian High School, where he helped the Eagles to four CIF titles and a combined record of 75-21-1.

n Family: Wife, Jeri, and children, Lani, Morgan and Nolan

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Starred at quarterback for San Diego State from 1969-71, before embarking on a 12-year NFL career with the Cleveland Browns.

n Alma Mater: San Diego State

n As an Aztec, Sipe completed 436-of-788 passes for 5,707 yards and 44 touchdowns. He compiled a 15-7 record as a starter and his 68.2 winning percentage is the third highest in the school's D-I era.

Aztecs' leading passer in 1970 and 1971. In 1970, he directed SDSU to a 9-2 record as the Aztecs spent eight weeks ranked among the nation’s top 20.

n Sipe posted seven, 300-yard passing performances, the fifth-

n As a junior, he was an honorable mention All-American by the

highest total in school history, including a career-best 439 yards against Utah State in 1971. He was inducted into the Aztec Hall of Fame as part of the inaugural class of 1988. n Played for legendary SDSU coach Don Coryell and was the

Associated Press after throwing for 2,618 yards and 23 TDs.

n Sipe was once again an honorable mention All-American after he led the nation in completions per game with a 17.8 mark in 1971. In his first season on campus, he was a member of the Aztecs' undefeated 11-0 squad in 1969 that won the Pasadena Bowl. n The San Diego native was picked in the 13th round of the 1972 NFL Draft, playing for 12 seasons with the Cleveland Browns. He compiled career numbers of 1,944 completions, 3,439 attempts, 23,713 passing yards and 154 passing touchdowns.

n Collegiate Playing Experience: San Diego State - 1969-71 n Coaching Experience: 2009-11 San Diego State Quarterbacks

2001-08 Santa Fe Christian High School Head Coach

n In 1980, he earned league MVP honors and was named firstteam all-pro, leading the Browns to an 11-5 record. He completed more than 60 percent of his passes, threw for 4,132 yards and 30 touchdowns en route to a league-best 91.4 passer rating. n In his NFL career, Sipe ranked among the top three quarterbacks in passing yards three times and was among the top six in touchdown strikes on five occasions. He was inducted into the Cleveland Browns' Hall of Fame in 2002. n Sipe continued his professional football career in the United States Football League with the New Jersey Generals and Jacksonville Bulls from 1984-85

PERSONAL

n Sipe and his wife, Jeri, a 1972 San Diego State graduate, have three children, Lani, Morgan and Nolan.

BOWL GAME AS A COACH (1) n San Diego State 2010 Poinsettia Bowl

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Tony White - Cornerbacks/Recruiting COACHING EXPERIENCE

n Tony White joined the Aztec coaching staff in January 2009 and

is in charge of the team’s cornerbacks for the third straight season. Earlier this year, he also added duties as San Diego State’s recruiting coordinator. n He helped the Aztec defense improve substantially in the national rankings in 2010, climbing from 62nd to 10th in pass efficiency defense (113.4) and from 53rd to 39th in pass defense (205.0 ypg.). SDSU allowed less than 200 yards through the air in eight of 13 contests. n White tutored sophomore cornerback Leon McFadden to firstteam all-conference accolades, while the team’s other starting corner, senior Jose Perez, received honorable mention all-league honors. The pair both ranked in the top five in the Mountain West in passes defended with McFadden posting a league-high 14, which was 18th-best nationally. n In 2009, SDSU surrendered only 15 passing touchdowns, includ-

ing four in non-conference action, after giving up 21 TDs in 2008. Opponents scored one passing touchdown or fewer in eight of 12 contests. n White came to San Diego State after spending 2008 alongside

current Aztec head coach Rocky Long at New Mexico. White was in charge of the Lobos’ linebackers. n At UNM, White coached two honorable mention all-conference

linebackers in Zach Arnett and Herbert Felder. New Mexico ended 2008 ranked 26th nationally in rushing defense, 45th nationally in total defense and 46th nationally in scoring defense. n Before moving to Albuquerque, he served as the graduate assistant in football operations at UCLA in 2007. White assisted with the day-to-day operations and administration, recruiting administration and provided professional scouts with player information and videos.

NOTABLE PLAYERS COACHED BY WHITE n Leon McFadden, DB (San Diego State)  First-Team All-MWC, Led the MWC in Passes Defended in 2010 n Jose Perez, DB (San Diego State)  MWC Honorable Mention n Zach Arnett, LB (New Mexico)  First-Team Academic All-American, MWC Honorable Mention, Tied for National Lead in Fumbles Caused in 2008 n Herbert Felder, LB (New Mexico)  MWC Honorable Mention

BOWL GAME AS A COACH (1) n San Diego State 2010 Poinsettia Bowl

BOWL GAMES AS A PLAYER (3) n UCLA 2000 Sun Bowl, 1999 Rose Bowl, 1998 Cotton Bowl

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Year at San Diego State: Third Season n Hometown: El Paso, Texas

n Was a three-year starter and four-year letterman at outside line-

n Alma Mater: UCLA, 2002

n Served as a team captain during his senior campaign in 2000,

n Collegiate Playing Experience: UCLA - 1997-2000

n Spent four seasons playing in the Canadian Football League for the Calgary Stampeders, Ottawa Renegades and Hamilton TigerCats.

n Coaching Experience: 2009-11 San Diego State Cornerbacks Recruiting Coordinator (2011)

backer for UCLA from 1997-2000.

making 64 tackles and earning the team’s N.N. Sugarman Award for Best Leadership.

EDUCATION

n Received his bachelor’s degree in history from UCLA in 2002.

n In 2006, White served as the head football coach at St.

Genevieve High School in Panorama City, Calif., where he led the team to its best record in 13 seasons and coached two first-team all-CIF selections.

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2008 New Mexico Linebackers 2007 UCLA Graduate Assistant of Football Operations 2006 St. Genevieve High School Head Coach


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Bobby Smitheran - Director of Operations PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

n Bobby Smitheran, who previously served as SDSU’s student-ath-

n Has both an undergraduate and graduate degree from the University of New Mexico. He earned his bachelor’s in communications in December 1996, and received his master’s in sports administration in May 1999.

n He first came to campus in September 2008, when he was the athletic department’s liaison to the office of admissions, housing department and the NCAA Eligibility Center. Smitheran also assisted the director of compliance with eligibility issues and educational seminars.

n Named the most outstanding masters student by the Division of Physical Performance and Development in 1999, and was an academic all-conference honoree for baseball as a senior.

lete services coordinator, begins his first year as the team’s director of operations. In his new position, Smitheran oversees the administrative side of the Aztec football program.

n Before coming to San Diego State, he worked as the assistant

athletic director for compliance and student support at UC Irvine. In that position, Smitheran supervised the department's compliance program and had significant responsibilities with the admissions process, while providing academic counseling assistance to Anteater student-athletes. Additionally, he served as the liaison to the office of admissions and relations with schools, housing administrative services and the office of financial aid and scholarships. n Smitheran was promoted to assistant athletic director in 2004, after spending four years as UCI’s director of compliance. n Started his collegiate athletic career at the University of North Texas in Denton as the Mean Green’s compliance coordinator from 1999-2000.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Played baseball at New Mexico from 1993-96, serving as team

captain his senior campaign. The Lobos finished second in the WAC East Division all four seasons under head coach Rich Alday. n Starred at Riverside Poly High School in Riverside, Calif., before moving to Albuquerque. He still owns the school record for most triples in a season with five.

PERSONAL

n He and his wife, Karen, have two sons, Cooper and Tyler.

SMITHERAN FILE n Year at San Diego State: Fourth Season n Hometown: Riverside, Calif. n Family: Wife, Karen, and children, Cooper and Tyler n Alma Mater: New Mexico, 1996, 1999 n Collegiate Playing Experience (Baseball): New Mexico (1992-1996) n Professional Experience: 2011 San Diego State Director of Football Operations

2008-11 San Diego State Student-Athlete Services Coordinator 2000-07 UC Irvine Assistant Athletic Director, Compliance and Student Support (2004-07) Director of Compliance (2000-04) 1999-2000 University of North Texas Compliance Coordinator

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Graduate Assistants Zach Arnett

Mike Schmidt

Graduate Assistant - Defense First Year at San Diego State New Mexico ’09

Graduate Assistant - Offense Second Year at San Diego State San Diego State ’09

COACHING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE

n Zach Arnett joined the team this past spring and begins

n Mike Schmidt begins his second season as a graduate assistant at SDSU, working with the offensive line. In 2008, he volunteered as a student assistant, while completing his undergraduate degree.

his first year at San Diego State as the defensive graduate assistant. Arnett reunites with Aztec head coach Rocky Long, who he played under for four years at the University of New Mexico.

n Was a member of the coaching staff a year ago when the Aztecs posted a 9-4 record and won the Poinsettia Bowl. The SDSU offensive line helped the team rush for over 2,000 yards and allowed only nine sacks.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Standout linebacker for the Lobos from 2005-08, lettering four times and serving as team captain his senior campaign.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

SCHMIDT FILE n Year at San Diego State:

n Played offensive line for San Diego State from 2005-08 and was a captain in his senior campaign.

First Season

n Started all 12 contests as a senior, recording 92 tackles, including 11 behind the line of scrimmage, and an MWC record-tying six forced fumbles. Helped UNM rank 36th nationally in rushing defense in 2008.

n Hometown:

n Finished his Lobo career with 200 total stops, 19 tackles

n Hometown:

n A former walk-on on the defensive line, he changed sides of the ball and earned a scholarship in fall of 2007.

ARNETT FILE n Year at San Diego State:

Second Season

Albuquerque, N.M.

for loss and four sacks in 47 outings.

San Diego, Calif.

n High School:

n New Mexico won 25 games during his four-year stint and

n High School:

La Cueva

n Alma Mater: New Mexico, 2009 n Collegiate Playing

Experience: New Mexico (2005-08) n Coaching Experience: 2011 San Diego State Graduate Asst. - Defense

made consecutive bowl game appearances in 2006 and 2007. n Excelled in the classroom, where he was a first-team Ac-

ademic All-American in 2008. Also was a four-time academic all-conference honoree and scholar-athlete.

n Originally signed to play for the UNM baseball team com-

ing out of high school, but was given a football scholarship the summer before the start of his true freshman season.

n Attended La Cueva High School in Albuquerque, competing in both football and baseball. Was a two-time all-state pick at linebacker and three-time selection at catcher.

EDUCATION

n Graduated from New Mexico in 2009, with his bachelor’s degree in history with a minor in political science.

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Madison

n Alma Mater: San Diego State, 2009 n Collegiate Playing

Experience: San Diego State (2005-08) n Coaching Experience: 2010-11 San Diego State Graduate Asst. - Offense

2009 San Diego State Student Assistant

n Team captain at Madison High School in San Diego from 2004-05. Led the Warhawks to two Harbor League titles, while earning second-team all-CIF, league co-offensive player of the year and first-team all-league honors as a senior. n Played in the 15th annual Alex Spanos All-Star Classic and was a San Diego Union-Tribune all-academic pick.

EDUCATION

n Graduated from San Diego State in the fall of 2009, with his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice.


COACHES & STAFF INFORMATION

Strength and Conditioning Rick Court

Chris Jurek

Football Strength & Conditioning Coach First Year at San Diego State Michigan State ’02, Eastern Kentucky ’03

Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach First Year at San Diego State Cincinnati ’09

COACHING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE

n Rick Court was hired this past January and begins his first

n Chris Jurek came to Montezuma Mesa this past spring and will assist coach Court with the football team’s strength and conditioning program.

n Most recently served for two years as the director of football strength and conditioning at the University of Toledo. He oversaw all aspects of the weight training and conditioning program for the Rockets, who compiled an 8-5 record and earned a berth in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl in 2010.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

year at San Diego State as the football team’s strength and conditioning coach.

COURT FILE n Year at San Diego State:

First Season

n Hometown:

Grosse Point Woods, Mich. n Family:

Wife, Molly, and children, Alix and Cade n Alma Mater:

Michigan State, 2002 Eastern Kentucky, 2003 n Collegiate Playing

Experience (Baseball): Michigan State (2000-01) n Coaching Experience:

2011 San Diego State Head Football Strength & Conditioning Coach 2009-10 Toledo Director of Football Strength & Conditioning

n Prior to Toledo, he spent six years on the strength and con-

ditioning staff at Bowling Green, including the 2008 campaign as the head strength and conditioning coach. The Falcons advanced to three bowl games during his stay, the 2003 Motor City Bowl and the 2004 and 2007 GMAC Bowl.

n In 2001 and 2002, he was an intern in the strength and

conditioning program at Michigan State, where he worked with the hockey, basketball and football teams. n Court also has interned in strength training with Major League Baseball’s Detroit Tigers.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

n Played baseball at Michigan State from 2000-01, where he served as team captain as a senior. n Competed for one season at Grand Rapids Community College, posting a .433 batting average. n An all-state selection in baseball at Harper Woods Notre

Dame High, where he also lettered in basketball and football.

EDUCATION

n Is a 2002 graduate of Michigan State with a bachelor's degree in kinesiology. He later earned a master's degree in sport administration from Eastern Kentucky in 2003.

n Was a three-year starter at center for Cincinnati, helping the squad to four consecutive bowl games and two Big East championships.

JUREK FILE n Year at San Diego State: First Season n Hometown:

Southfield, Mich. n High School: Southfield-Lathrup

n As a senior, garnered first-team all-conference honors as the Bearcats completed an undefeated regular season (120), advanced to the Allstate Sugar Bowl and achieved a No. 8 final national ranking in the Associated Press poll. n Started every game his junior campaign when the program won the Big East title and competed in the FedEx Orange Bowl. n Earned the starting assignment at center in 2007, as Cincinnati set school records for scoring and posted a 10-3 record en route to a victory in the PapaJohns.com Bowl.

n Alma Mater: Cincinnati, 2009 n Collegiate Playing

Experience: Cincinnati (2005-09)

n Coaching Experience: 2011 San Diego State Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach

n Was a reserve in 2006 when the Bearcats went to the International Bowl. n Competed in four sports as a prep at Southfield-Lathrup Senior High School, where he was a three-year starter at center.

EDUCATION

n Received his bachelor’s degree in secondary education in 2009, and also took postgraduate classes in curriculum and instruction his final year at Cincinnati. n Is currently working toward his certification from the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Association.

PERSONAL

n Court and his wife, Molly, have a daughter, Alix, and a son, Cade.

2008 Bowling Green Head Strength & Conditioning Coach 2003-08 Bowling Green Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning 2001-02 Michigan State Strength & Conditioning Intern

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Support Staff Paula Davila

Brian Murphy

Administrative Assistant 17th Year at San Diego State

Video Coordinator Ninth Year at San Diego State

Paula Davila is in her 17th year as a member of San Diego State athletics and this season will work directly with head coach Rocky Long and the rest of the Aztec football staff. Her responsibilities include scheduling meetings and appointments and arranging coach Long’s speaking engagements and appearances. She also serves as office manager and assists the director of football operations with other administrative tasks. Davila came to SDSU in the spring of 1995, as a part of the athletic business office. Since then, she has had stints as the administrative assistant for the Aztec football, women’s basketball and Olympic sports programs, while also serving as the department’s travel coordinator. Davila was on staff with Price Club/Costco for nine years in the accounting department before being hired at San Diego State. She and her husband of 42 years, Richard, are natives of San Diego. They have two sons, Richard and Robert, a daughter, Jennifer, and seven grandchildren.

Brian Murphy joined the San Diego State athletic department staff in August 2003 as the video coordinator. In his position, he films and edits the Aztecs' football games and practices and coordinates film exchange with other schools. He is in charge of all video packages used by the football coaches in their scouting and game preparation. Murphy's responsibilities also include overseeing the dayto-day operations of the video room and assisting with the video needs of other SDSU sports. In May 2010, he was named the Collegiate Sports Video Association Conference Video Coordinator of the Year for the second year in a row and the third time in his career with the Asst. Video Coordinator Aztecs. Gregg Nassen From 1997-2000, Murphy was an assistant video director with the San Diego Chargers. He filmed and edited games and practices and assisted the NFL with the Super Bowl held in San Diego in 1998. He also provided the NFL with video support for the 1999 Holiday Bowl. Murphy graduated from Mira Mesa High School in 1995, and attended both SDSU and Miramar College. He currently lives in Clairemont with his wife, Shawna, and their daughter, Cali.

Carlos Loaiza Director of Athletic Equipment Services Fourth Year at San Diego State Florida International ’03 Carlos Loaiza enters his fourth year as the Aztecs’ Director of Athletic Equipment Services. In his position, he is in charge of the purchasing, fitting, maintenance and distribution of equipment for the entire Aztec athletic program, including the football squad. Earlier this year, Loaiza helped the school successfully renegotiate a five-year extension to its equipment and apparel contract with Nike. Loaiza came to SDSU after spending one year at the University of Idaho, as the school’s Director of Athletic Equipment Operations and Services. Originally from Miami, Fla., he was head equipment manager at his alma mater, Florida International, for three years. He also served a similar role with the Cologne Centurions of NFL Europe for one season. Loaiza had a one-year internship with the Miami Dolphins and was assistant equipment manager with the Centurions in 2004. A 2003 graduate of FIU with a degree in history, he and his wife, Kim, have a daughter, Isabella Sophia.

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SUPPORT STAFF CONT.

Jessica Simmons  

Scott Horvath

Academic Advisor Sixth Year at San Diego State Mississippi State ’00, Kansas State ’06 

IT Coordinator & Coaches Communications 12th Year at San Diego State Ohio State ’98

Jessica Simmons is in her sixth year as an academic advisor at San Diego State. She works with the Aztec football team’s defensive and special teams players and also is the advisor for the SDSU baseball and softball squads. Before moving to San Diego, Simmons earned her master’s degree in educational psychology with an emphasis in intercollegiate athletics at Kansas State University in 2006. While in Manhattan, she also was an assistant academic counselor for the Wildcat football team. Simmons has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and criminal justice from Mississippi State and worked at Butler County Community College from 2000-04, where she was the athletic academic advisor/assistant coordinator of special needs. The El Dorado, Kan., native is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics and resides in San Diego.

Scott Horvath enters his 12th season at San Diego State and his sixth in Aztec athletics. Horvath serves as the department’s information technology coordinator and is in his ninth year working with the football coaches’ communications on game days. The Newark, Ohio, native previously was an IT consultant for business services and internet commerce across campus at SDSU. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1998 from The Ohio State University in management information systems, before a two-year stint as IT manager for the city of Columbus, Ohio. Horvath and his wife, Polly Kanavel, reside in La Mesa with their pets.

Dr. SaBrina “Bre” White   Assistant Director of Academic Services 12th Year at San Diego State Utah State ’94, ’97; San Diego State ’07, ’11  Bre White enters her 12th year at SDSU, where she is the assistant director of academic services. She works directly with the Aztec football team (offense), as well as the men’s and women’s golf, cross country and track and field squads. White also is in charge of the department’s community service program. Prior to coming to San Diego State, White was an academic coordinator at her alma mater, Utah State University, for seven years (1993-2000). With the Aggies, she served as an advisor for the football, men's basketball, women's soccer, women's volleyball, men's golf, softball and men's and women's tennis

and track and field teams. White earned her first degree from Utah State in liberal arts and science, and later went on to earn a second bachelor's degree in business. She received her master’s degree in educational leadership, with an emphasis in student affairs, from San Diego State in 2007, and was tabbed the college of education’s outstanding graduate student. White finished her Doctorate of Education (EdD) this past May. Born in Weathersfield, England, White enjoys boxing, crocheting and scrapbooking and is planning on running her second half marathon one day. She also is a member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics and has recently joined the SDSU alumni association as a lifetime member and is now an Aztec for Life.

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Support Staff Mark Haines

Dr. Christopher Behr

Assistant Athletic Trainer 22nd Year at San Diego State Metropolitan State College ’87

Team Physician/Head Orthopedic Surgeon 13th Year at San Diego State

Mark Haines is in his 22nd year as an assistant athletic trainer at San Diego State. He is in his second season focusing primarily on football, but has assisted with the team’s care since his arrival on campus. Haines most recently spent 15 campaigns as head athletic trainer with the Aztec men’s basketball program. In that position, he handled all of the team’s medical needs throughout the year and supervised all rehabilitative efforts in case of injury. In addition, he helped coordinate team travel. Haines also assists the athletic training staff with other sports on campus as well. Haines arrived at San Diego State after two years at Michigan State. He is a graduate of Metro State and earned his master’s degree at Michigan State. Haines and his wife, Lynn, have two children, Nicholas (20) and Johnathan (18).

Dr. Allison Miner Assistant Athletic Trainer/Physical Therapist Seventh Year at San Diego State San Diego State ’01, Puget Sound ’04 Allison Miner begins her seventh season as an assistant athletic trainer and physical therapist at San Diego State. She works primarily with the Aztec football team and also is a physical therapist for SDSU’s Student Health Services department. Before returning to her alma mater, Miner spent one year at Scripps Hospital in Encinitas, Calif., as a physical therapist in the acute rehab unit. In 2004, she earned her doctorate of physical therapy at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash. While in the Pacific Northwest, Miner served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer, working mostly with the Loggers’ men’s and women’s soccer, softball and baseball teams. Miner graduated from San Diego State in 2001 with her bachelor’s degree in kinesiology, with a focus in athletic training. As an undergraduate, she worked with the football team, as well as the Aztec women’s soccer, women’s tennis and water polo squads. A native of Vista, Calif., Miner enjoys outrigger canoeing in her spare time.

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Dr. Christopher T. Behr currently serves as head team orthopedic surgeon and has been with San Diego State Athletics since 1999. He is a graduate of Cornell and Cornell University Medical College. Dr. Behr completed his orthopedic residency and sports medicine fellowship at the renowned hospital for special surgery in New York City, where he worked closely with the New York Giants. Dr. Behr is board certified in orthopedic surgery and is a partner in the San Diego Orthopedic Associates Medical Group.

Dr. Allen Richburg  Team Physician 14th Year at San Diego State Dr. Allen Richburg enters his 14th year as a member of the SDSU athletic medicine staff. An All-American wrestler at Fresno State, Richburg is a graduate of the Loma Linda University School of Medicine. He trained in family practice at the UCLA Santa Monica Family Practice Residency and completed his training in the San Diego Sports Medicine Fellowship Program. He is a family physician at the San Diego Sports Medicine and Family Health Center, the head physician at Patrick Henry High and Grossmont College, and a U.S. Olympic team physician at the Arco Training Center.

Dr. Peter Wile   Team Physician/Orthopedic Surgeon 26th Year at San Diego State Dr. Peter B. Wile begins his 26th season at SDSU and has previously served as the team's head orthopedic surgeon. Dr. Wile received his undergraduate degree from USC in 1972 and his M.D. from Michigan in 1976. He completed an orthopedic surgery residency at Yale and a Fellowship in hip and knee surgery in Rummelsburg, West Germany, in 1981. Dr. Wile is a partner in the San Diego Orthopedics Associates Medical group, which is located in Hillcrest. The practice has an emphasis and subspecialization in sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery.


PLAYER INFORMATION

Player Profiles Senior Tommie Draheim is one of four returning starters on the Aztec offensive line for 2011.

Inside: Player Profiles

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Player Profiles Local player, who gives the Aztecs depth in the punting game. 2010: Joined the squad during fall camp and ended up using his redshirt campaign. High School: Member of the football team for three years at Christian High School, where he punted and also played defensive line and tight end ... Averaged over 44 yards per kick in 2009, highlighted by a long of 70 yards ... Scored three career TDs on an interception, blocked punt and fumble recovery ... Named the Patriots’ Special Teams MVP his final campaign ... An all-academic selection, who also competed in track and field four years ... League champion and sixth at CIFs in the discus as a junior. Personal: Born Feb. 3, 1992, in El Cajon, Calif. ... Son of Thomas and Kathleen Alesi ... Father, Thomas, attended SDSU, as did his grandfather and several aunts and uncles ... Majoring in exercise and nutritional sciences.

Ended 2011 spring drills as the team’s starter at one of the warrior spots. 2010: Appeared in all 13 contests, logging one start ... Had 33 tackles on the year and contributed five pass breakups, which were third most on the team ... Played his first career game against Nicholls, posting two solo tackles and a pass breakup as a reserve ... Had another PBU in the win over New Mexico State ... Three tackles and his third pass breakup of the year at No. 25 Missouri ... Three stops for the second game in a row against Utah State ... Doubled his previous high with six tackles in the loss at BYU ... Made four stops, including his first TFL, at New Mexico ... Three tackles and a PBU at Wyoming ... Had four tackles and a PBU vs. Colorado State ... Recorded two tackles with one TFL against TCU ... Made two stops vs. UNLV in his first career start. 2009: Redshirted his first season at SDSU. High School: A first-team all-area and all-city defensive selection who had six interceptions his senior year, while adding 45 tackles at Crenshaw High School ... Earned all-Coliseum League honors with 36 tackles, five pass breakups, two picks and a fumble recovery during his 2007 junior campaign ... Rated as the 84th-best cornerback nationally in the 2009 class by Scout.com. Personal: Born June 16, 1991, in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Son of Janet Andrews ... Also received a scholarship offer to play football at Washington ... Is a sociology major.

M. ANDREWS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2010 13 20-13-33 1.5-5 0-0 0-0 5 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 6 at BYU (10/9/10), at Missouri (9/18/10); TFL: 1.0 at TCU (11/13/10); PBU: 1, five times.

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A physical player, who earned starting time at middle linebacker a year ago ... Will look to recover from a knee injury suffered during the team’s Poinsettia Bowl victory that kept him out of spring drills. 2010: Played in all 13 outings with three as a starter ... Recorded three stops in the opener against Nicholls ... Followed that performance up with five tackles and his first TFL against NMSU ... Two tackles in the win over Utah State ... Made four tackles in the win over Air Force ... First career PBU at New Mexico ... Had a career-high eight tackles vs. Colorado State ... In his first career start, had five tackles, including his first sack, and a forced fumble at TCU, which was recovered in the end zone for a touchdown ... Made four stops against Utah ... Had a tackle and a PBU vs. UNLV ... Recorded two tackles in the win over Navy. 2009: Appeared in his first games in the Red and Black, earning his first letter ... Made his debut vs. Southern Utah ... Played in five contests overall with his only two stops both coming at Air Force on Sept. 26. 2008: Did not play as a true freshman. High School: Ran for over 1,000 yards and recorded 94 tackles and eight sacks his senior campaign at Foothill High School ... Ranked fifth in the 2008 Contra Costa Times “Cream Of The Crop” list … Was a first-team all-league pick on both offense (fullback) and defense (linebacker) in 2007 … All-East Bay first team as a linebacker … Had 104 tackles and added eight sacks and four forced fumbles his junior season to garner all-state underclassmen honors … Had 750 yards rushing on 145 carries and scored 16 touchdowns in 2006 … Firstteam all-conference on offense as a junior and second team on defense … Foothill went 6-5 and earned a spot in the North Coast Section 4A playoffs his senior year … As a junior, under head coach Matt Sweeney, the Falcons were league champions going 6-0, finishing 12-1 overall and earning a berth in the North Coast Section 4A championship game … All-conference honoree for the Falcons’ lacrosse team … Named Fall Athlete of the Month for September by the Foothill Boosters Club. Personal: Born Jan. 25, 1990, in San Jose, Calif. ... Son of Marge and Steve Andrews ... Sister, Carrie, played soccer at Cal Poly and other sister, Cristen, played lacrosse at Cal ... Is majoring in business management.

R. ANDREWS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2009 5 1-1-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2010 13 21-13-34 1.5-8 1.0-6 0-0 2 1 0 Totals 18 22-14-36 1.5-8 1.0-6 0-0 2 1 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 8 vs. CSU (11/6/10); TFL: 1.0 at TCU (11/13/10); Sacks: 1.0 at TCU (11/13/10); PBU: 1, two times; FF: 1 at TCU (11/13/10).


PLAYER INFORMATION cont.

A veteran, who gives the Aztecs speed on the edge and was listed atop the two-deep at defensive end following spring practice ... Has started four career games on the D-Line ... One of five true freshmen to see playing time for the Aztecs in 2008. 2010: Logged minutes in all 13 outings ... Tied for fifth on the team in sacks ... Was a reserve in the season-opener vs. Nicholls, but did not tally any tackles ... First stops of the year with two in the win at NMSU, also logging a tackle for a loss of a yard ... Combined with Logan Ketchum for the first sack of his career at No. 25 Missouri ... Played but did not record a stop against Utah State ... Career-best five tackles, including one for a loss, at BYU ... One solo stop in the upset of No. 23 Air Force and two assisted tackles in the victory at UNM ... Three tackles, including a sack for a loss of 10 yards, at Wyoming ... Assisted on one stop in the Poinsettia Bowl. 2009: Played in 11 of the team’s 12 games, starting the final three vs. Wyoming, Utah and UNLV ... Logged 12 tackles, including one for a loss of four yards against TCU ... Career-best three stops at UNLV ... Two tackles in four other contests. 2008: One of two true freshmen to earn a start on the D-Line for SDSU ... Made his Aztec debut against TCU ... Logged his first career start in his second career game vs. Air Force ... First career tackle against the Falcons ... Reserve at New Mexico, making one solo stop ... Came off the bench against CSU ... Had one tackle at Wyoming, before injuring his knee ... Missed rest of the year with a torn ACL and MCL. High School: Played both linebacker and defensive line at Punahou School, earning three letters and serving as team captain as a senior … Rated the No. 9 prospect regardless of position in the state of Hawaii by Scout.com … A 2007 first-team all-state defensive tackle by the Honolulu Star Bulletin and all-state honorable mention choice as a linebacker by the Honolulu Advertiser … Named to the Interscholastic League of Honolulu's All-Star second team in 2007 at linebacker … Played in the HUB Classic Senior Bowl … Garnered his team’s most inspirational award. Personal: Born Feb. 26, 1990, in Honolulu, Hawaii ... Son of Sina and Jerry Holi ... Is an only child ... Father, Jerry, played college football ... Attended the same high school as former SDSU center Trask Iosefa ... Major is social science.

AUTELE’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2008 4 2-1-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2009 11 7-5-12 1.0-4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2010 13 8-7-15 3.5-13 1.5-10 0-0 0 0 0 Totals 28 17-13-30 4.5-17 1.5-10 0-0 0 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 5 at BYU (10/9/10); TFL: 1.0, four times; Sacks: 1.0 at Wyoming (10/30/10).

A local player, whose hard work has translated into significant playing time on both special teams and defense ... Named the scout team defensive player of the year in 2008 ... Joined the Aztecs as a walkon during fall camp in 2007. 2010: Played in every game with a career-high 33 tackles, three PBUs and 4.5 stops for a loss, which tied for fifth on the squad ... Recovered his second career fumble in the opener with Nicholls, while also contributing two tackles and a pass breakup ... One assisted stop in the win at NMSU and two tackles against No. 25 Missouri ... Best game of his career thus far with six tackles, highlighted by his first sack for a loss of 14 yards, in the victory vs. Utah State ... Three solo efforts and a TFL in the MWC opener with BYU ... Matched his season and ca-

reer high with six tackles, including four solos, in the upset of No. 23 Air Force ... Half tackle for a loss of three yards and a PBU at New Mexico ... Two assisted efforts and another PBU in the win at Wyoming ... Had two stops, including a tackle for a loss of three yards vs. CSU ... Recorded four tackles at TCU ... Had two tackles, including a sack, versus UNLV ... Made one solo tackle in the bowl win over Navy. 2009: Played in the first 11 contests of his career, all as a reserve ... Made his debut in the second game of the year vs. Southern Utah ... First career tackle in his second outing vs. Idaho ... Two or more stops three times and had a tackle in each of the team’s final five games ... Recovered a fumble in the fourth quarter of the win over New Mexico State ... Notched his first tackle for a loss of seven yards vs. New Mexico, resulting in a safety. 2008: Did not see any action. 2007: Redshirted his first year at SDSU. High School: Attended University City High School in San Diego where he played on both sides of the ball as a wideout and defensive lineman ... First-team all-league on defense as a senior and second team as a junior ... Also competed in basketball and track and field for the Centurions ... San Diego Union-Tribune all-academic honoree. Personal: Born June 8, 1989, in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Carla Carter and Terry Barksdale ... Majoring in social science.

BARKSDALE’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2009 11 8-3-11 1.0-7 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-0 2010 13 22-11-33 4.5-22 2.0-15 0-0 3 0 1-0 Totals 24 30-14-44 5.5-29 2.0-15 0-0 3 0 2-0 Career Highs: Tackles: 6 vs. Air Force (10/19/10), vs. Utah St. (9/25/10); TFL: 1.0, five times; Sacks: 1.0 vs. UNLV (11/27/10), vs. Utah St. (9/25/10); PBU: 1, three times; FR: 1 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10), vs. NMSU (10/3/09).

Athletic defensive end, who spent his redshirt campaign adding weight to his 6-3 frame. 2010: Did not see action ... SDSU’s defensive scout player of the year. High School: Recorded 76 tackles, nine sacks and an interception during his senior season at Serrano High en route to earning team defensive most-valuable-player honors ... Was a two-time all-league selection ... On the offensive side of the ball, he caught 27 passes for 315 yards and a touchdown ... Was an all-CIF Southern Section Northwest Division selection ... Named to the San Bernardino team for the Inland Empire all-star football game ... As a junior, he posted 72 tackles with five sacks ... A three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Was also a two-year letterwinner in basketball. Personal: Born Dec. 13, 1991, in Bakersfield, Calif. ... Son of Bridget and Everett Beed ... Also received scholarship offers from Fresno State, Colorado State, New Mexico, UNLV and Utah State ... Majoring in criminal justice.

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Player Profiles one interception as a senior … Recorded a season-high 11 stops, including eight unassisted tackles against Cajon High … Also had 32 rushes for 182 yards in 2008 … Rated the No. 47 cornerback nationally by Rivals and the No. 83 cornerback prospect in America by Scout.com … A two-year letterwinner in track and field ... Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born July 6, 1991, in Fontana, Calif. ... Parents are Judy Berhe and Berhe Asfaha … Brother, Tam, played football at Redlands … Received scholarship offers from Minnesota, New Mexico and UTEP ... Full name is Natneal Berhe ... Is a public administration major.

BERHE’S CAREER STATISTICS

Entering his third season with the Aztecs ... Moved from tight end to the defensive line prior to the start of the 2010 campaign. 2010: Did not see action in his second year on campus. 2009: Redshirted his first season at SDSU. High School: A three-time letterwinner at tight end for Loara High School ... An all-league selection during his junior and senior years ... Played baseball and wrestled for two years at Loara ... A member of the CIF champion wrestling team. Personal: Born Oct. 5. 1991, in Anaheim, Calif ... Son of Isabelita and Barry Ben-Ron ... Majoring in business management.

An athletic defensive back, who will contend for starting time at one of the warrior spots. 2010: Competed in 12 of the 13 games, earning a pair of starts ... Was seventh on the team in tackles with 39, including 26 solo efforts ... Played his first collegiate game on defense and special teams vs. Nicholls, finishing with one solo stop ... Seven tackles, one TFL and recovered a fumble on punt coverage setting up an Aztec touchdown at New Mexico State ... Made two tackles and logged his first career PBU vs. No. 25 Missouri ... First career interception in the victory over Utah State, returning it 10 yards and also contributing four tackles ... Career high nine tackles with seven of those coming in the first half alone at BYU ... First career start in the upset of No. 23 Air Force ... Missed the Wyoming contest due to injury ... Career-high two PBUs and a pair of tackles vs. Colorado State ... Had three tackles and a PBU at TCU ... Made three stops vs. Utah ... Had three tackles against UNLV ... Made two solo stops as a starter in the win over Navy. 2009: Did not play as a true freshman. High School: Led the Colton High Yellow Jackets to four consecutive San Andreas League championships … A team captain in 2008 … A three-time firstteam all-San Andreas League selection … A two-time firstteam Press-Enterprise selection … All-CIF defensive team in 2008 … A two-time all-county selection … Had 47 tackles (14 assisted) on the season and

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Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2010 12 26-13-39 1.0-2 0-0 1-10 4 0 1-0 Career Highs: Tackles: 9 at BYU (10/9/10); TFL: 1.0 at NMSU (9/11/10); INT: 1 vs. Utah St. (9/25/10); PBU: 2 vs. Colorado State (11/6/10); FR: 1 at NMSU (9/11/10).

A tall, strong-armed athlete, who was the back-up quarterback last season ... Four-time SDSU scholar-athlete. 2010: Made his first collegiate appearance in the fourth quarter against Nicholls, completing his only pass attempt for 10 yards ... Did not play again until the regular-season finale with UNLV, where he did not attempt a throw in the victory. 2009: Made the travel squad, but did not play as a true freshman. High School: A 2008 team captain for West Ranch High … An all-Foothill League selection after he passed for 1,695 yards on 136-of-264 attempts (51.5 percent) and connected for 13 touchdowns … Also had 70 carries for 322 yards and two rushing scores in 2008 … Threw for a season-high 348 yards on 26-of-46 passing against Beverly Hills … An all-Foothill League pick as a junior after connecting on 83 of 149 attempts (55.7 completion percentage) for 952 yards and seven scores … A three-year letterwinner and first-team all-league selection in baseball for the Wildcats … Led the baseball team twice in home runs ... A National Honor Society member. Personal: Born May 14, 1991, in Valencia, Calif. ... Parents are Jamie and Ron Bernards… Also drew interest from Washington, Arizona and UC Davis ... Is studying exercise and nutritional sciences at San Diego State.

BERNARDS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G Att. Com. INT Yds. TDs Eff. Tot. Off. 2010 2 1 1 0 10 0 184.00 10 Career Highs: Attempts: 1 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); Completions: 1 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); Passing Yards: 10 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); Long Pass: 10 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10).

A starter from the outset ... SDSU’s long snapper on both punts and field goals in every game since coming to The Mesa ... A three-time MWC all-academic pick and SDSU scholar-athlete ... Has 10 career special teams tackles. 2010: Competed in every contest for the third consecutive season ... Compiled a career-best


PLAYER INFORMATION cont. five tackles. 2009: Appeared in all 12 games and recorded four special teams stops, including one in three of the last four contests. 2008: Played in all 12 contests as a true freshman. High School: Named first-team all-Freeway League as a linebacker his senior year at Troy High School, under coach Jim Burton … Rated No. 3 long snapper in the country by chrissailerkicking.com … Team was 12-1 his junior season, advanced to the CIF Southeast Division semifinals and won a Freeway League title … Member of the track team. Personal: Born July 5, 1990, in Orange, Calif. ... Son of Viki Sue and David Brewer ... Brother, Vincent, played college water polo at Penn State Behrend ... Other brother, Nathan, played football at University of Puget Sound ... Majoring in finance.

tackles, including one for a loss of a yard vs. UCLA ... Five stops, two TFLs and his first career sack against Southern Utah ... Four tackles with a half sack at Idaho ... Career high in tackles with nine against Air Force ... Two stops in the win over NMSU and five vs. BYU ... Four tackles in the victory at CSU ... Three solo efforts against New Mexico ... Had four solo stops vs. TCU ... Recorded a team-best seven tackles (six solo) and a TFL vs. Wyoming ... Six stops in the season finale at UNLV. 2008: Saw his first playing time against Cal Poly and Notre Dame on special teams ... First career tackle at San Jose State ... Career-high three stops against Idaho ... Five tackles and his first TFL in his most extensive action on defense at TCU ... Then career-best six stops as a reserve at New Mexico ... One solo tackle at Wyoming ... Two assisted stops and a half tackle for loss at BYU ... One solo effort in the win over UNLV. 2007: Team’s defensive scout player of the year while using his redshirt season. High School: Was a two-time all-Metropolitan League selection and captured Granite Bay High School’s defensive player-of-the-year award following his junior and senior campaigns … In 2006, he recorded 120 tackles and added 6.5 sacks to become Granite Bay’s all-time leading tackler … His junior season saw him tally 90 stops, including three sacks, and recover four fumbles ... Ranked as the nation’s 30th-best inside linebacker prospect by Rivals.com. Personal: Born June 27, 1988, in Roseville, Calif. ... Son of Jim and Donna Burris ... Father played football at Oregon State … Is a business management major.

BURRIS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Is coming off a season in which he established himself as one of the top defensive players in the Mountain West Conference ... Hard-nosed and relentless, he always seems to be around the ball ... 2010 SDSU Student-Athlete of the Year ... Three-time MWC all-academic honoree ... SDSU scholar-athlete ... 2011 preseason first-team all-conference by Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon, Lindy’s Sports, Phil Steele and Sporting News ... Rated No. 7 nationally at his position by Lindy’s ... Has played in 37 consecutive contests, starting the last 25. 2010: Named a first-team all-Mountain West Conference selection by the coaches and by Phil Steele Magazine ... Team co-defensive player of the year ... Led the MWC in sacks (t-22nd nationally) and tackles for a loss (t11th) and was second in fumbles forced (t-15th) ... In league-only outings, had four more tackles for loss and two more sacks than any other MWC player ... His 9.5 sacks tied for seventh in Aztec season history and are the most by an SDSU player since 1999 ... Ranked No. 1 on the team in tackles with 80 ... Made his 13th consecutive start at linebacker in the opener, coming away with four tackles, including one for a loss of seven yards ... Tied for team game high in tackles with eight at New Mexico State ... Forced his first career fumble in the fourth quarter at No. 25 Missouri, while also adding 1.5 tackles for loss ... Tallied a sack in the win over Utah State ... Standout effort in the MWC opener with BYU recording a pair of sacks, forcing a fumble and ending up with six tackles overall ... Reached the 100-career tackle mark against the Cougars ... Four stops in the win over No. 23 Air Force ... SDSU’s leading tackler at New Mexico, posting eight with two TFLs and a sack ... Another sack at Wyoming, logging four solo tackles overall ... Had a monster game vs. CSU, posting career-high marks in tackles (10), sacks (2.0, tied), tackles for loss (4.0) and forced fumbles (2) to earn MWC defensive player-of-theweek honors ... Recorded nine tackles, including two for a loss and a sack at TCU ... Had a game-high eight tackles vs. Utah ... Recorded a team-best seven tackles, including 3.5 for a loss and 1.5 sacks, against UNLV ... Made six total tackles with one TFL in the Poinsettia Bowl win over Navy. 2009: Was SDSU’s second-leading tackler with a career-high 58 stops ... Third on the team in tackles for loss with 6.0 ... Played and started all 12 contests ... Accounted for four solo

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2008 12 11-8-19 1.5-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2009 12 30-28-58 6.0-14 1.5-9 0-0 0 0 0 2010 13 54-26-80 20.0-104 9.5-61 0-0 0 4 0 Totals 37 95-62-157 27.5-120 11.0-70 0-0 0 4 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 10 vs. CSU (11/6/10); TFL: 4.0 vs. CSU (11/6/10); Sack: 2.0, two times; FF: 2 vs. CSU (11/6/10).

BURRIS GAME-BY-GAME CAL POLY (8/30/08) at ND (9/6/08) at SJSU (9/13/08) IDAHO (9/27/08) at TCU (10/4/08) AFA (10/11/08) at UNM (10/18/08) CSU (10/25/08) at WYO (11/1/08) at BYU (11/8/08) UTAH (11/15/08) UNLV (11/22/08) at UCLA (9/5/09)* SUU (9/12/09)* at Idaho (9/19/09)* at AFA (9/26/09)* NMSU (10/3/09)* BYU (10/17/09)* at CSU (10/24/09)* UNM (10/31/09)* TCU (11/7/09)* WYO (11/14/09)* at UTAH (11/21/09)* at UNLV (11/28/09)* NICHOLLS (9/4/10)* at NMSU (9/11/10)* at Missouri (9/18/10)* UTAH ST. (9/25/10)* at BYU (10/9/10)* AFA (10/16/10)* at UNM (10/23/10)* at WYO (10/30/10)* CSU (11/6/10)* at TCU (11/13/10)* UTAH (11/20/10)* UNLV (11/27/10)* NAVY (12/23/10)* * = Game started

G 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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

TFL-Yds. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-1 0-0 0-0 1.0-1 2.0-5 0.5-5 0-0 0-0 1.0-1 0.5-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-2 0-0 0-0 1.0-7 0.5-1 1.5-3 1.0-6 2.0-12 0-0 2.0-2 1.0-6 4.0-35 2.0-14 0.5-1 3.5-9 1.0-8

Sacks 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-4 0.5-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-6 2.0-12 0-0 1.0-1 1.0-6 2.0-18 1.0-11 0.0-0 1.5-7 0-0

Int. PBU FF FR 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 2 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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Player Profiles Mobile quarterback, who continues to develop ... Finished 2011 spring drills tied for the back up spot behind center with redshirt freshman Adam Dingwell. 2010: Did not see any playing time in his second year on campus. 2009: Used his redshirt season. High School: Lettered three years and was captain for one year at Palm Desert High School under coach Pat Blackburn ... Was an all-CIF honoree his final two seasons ... Also played baseball for the Aztecs for three years. Personal: Born March 5, 1991, in Newport Beach, Calif. ... Son of Susan Clark ... Is majoring in business.

One of the team’s young offensive linemen ... Completed spring drills as the backup at right tackle behind senior Kurtis Gunther. 2010: Utilized his redshirt season. High School: Played left tackle for Reed High School, the seventh-ranked team in the state of Nevada ... Earned all-High Desert Conference first-team honors as a senior ... Selected as a member of the all-4A Northern Region team ... The Raiders advanced to the state semifinals his final season ... A two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Considered the No. 12 recruit in the Silver State by Rivals.com and ranked third in the state among offensive line prospects ... A two-year letterwinner in basketball and also lettered in baseball, pitching and playing first base for Reed. Personal: Born May 5, 1992, in Reno, Nev. ... Son of Melissa and Theron Corbett ... Selected San Diego State over Nevada and UNLV ... Majoring in sports medicine.

and a PBU ... Made five tackles with one behind the line of scrimmage and added a PBU and two kickoff returns for 38 yards at BYU ... A reserve on defense, but did return four kickoffs for 92 yards (23.0 ypr.) with a long of 32 vs. No. 23 Air Force ... Outstanding evening as a kick returner at New Mexico, averaging 30.5 yards a return, including a career-long 37-yard effort ... SDSU’s top tackler at Wyoming, posting six and a pass breakup ... Recorded four tackles (all solo) vs. Colorado State and made four stops at TCU ... Missed the UNLV game with an ankle injury ... Assisted on three tackles against Navy. 2009: Logged minutes in 11 of the team’s 12 games, starting eight outings ... Led SDSU in PBUs with five ... First career starts at the warrior position against UCLA and Southern Utah ... Posted two tackles and forced his first career fumble vs. the Bruins ... Also tallied a pair of stops in the win over the Thunderbirds ... Reserve at Idaho, making one kick return for 19 yards before missing most of the game due to injury ... Did not play against Air Force (inj.) ... Returned as a starter vs. NMSU, contributing three tackles, including his first career sack ... Tripled his previous career high the next game against BYU with nine tackles, a TFL and a PBU ... Tied his career best and tied for the team game-high with nine tackles to go with two PBUs in the win over New Mexico ... Earned the start against TCU and made one tackle ... Started vs. Wyoming and had three stops (two solo) ... Also started at Utah (three tackles) ... Had a pair of PBUs in the finale with UNLV. 2008: Practiced on both offense and defense ... Played in the final 11 games, primarily on special teams ... First game as an Aztec was at Notre Dame, tallying an assisted tackle ... Had two solo efforts against Idaho ... One tackle vs. Air Force and at BYU ... Ended the season with five stops ... Offensively, had two carries for five yards in the season-ending win over UNLV. 2007: Did not play as a true freshman. High School: Coached by Amin Denny at Castlemont High School ... Ranked No. 8 in the Contra Costa Times’ “Cream of the Crop” poll, which lists the top-20 football recruits in the East Bay … Rivals.com rated him as the No. 59 safety prospect and a three-star recruit … In 2006, was first-team all-city and all-East Bay in leading the Knights to an 8-3 mark … Team MVP as a junior and second-team all-city selection. Personal: Born April 16, 1989, in Oakland, Calif. ... Son of Elvina Moody and the late James Davis … Is an urban studies major.

DAVIS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2008 11 2-3-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2009 11 26-7-33 2.0-13 1.0-8 0-0 5 1 0 2010 12 24-12-36 2.0-9 1.0-8 0-0 3 0 0 Totals 34 52-22-74 4.0-22 2.0-16 0-0 8 1 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 9 vs. UNM (10/31/09), vs. BYU (10/17/09); TFLs: 1.0, four times; Sacks: 1.0 vs. Utah St. (9/25/10), vs. NMSU (10/3/09); PBU: 2 at UNLV (11/28/09), vs. UNM (10/31/09); FF: 1 at UCLA (9/5/09).

Starter in the secondary the last two seasons after splitting his time on both sides of the ball at wide receiver and defensive back in 2008 ... Also returned kickoffs as a sophomore and junior .... Is a tall, physical presence in the defensive backfield ... Redshirted in 2007. 2010: Starter at warrior and was the team’s primary kick returner ... Played in 12 of 13 outings, starting 10 on occasions ... Had 36 tackles with 24 of those being solos ... Made four stops at New Mexico State and also contributed a 36-yard kickoff return ... Three solo tackles at No. 25 Missouri ... Four stops against Utah State, including a sack for a loss of eight yards

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Kickoff Returns 2009 2010 Totals

Att. 3 22 25

Yds. 53 490 543

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Avg. 17.7 22.3 21.7

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0

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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

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

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0-3-3

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 DNP-INJ 1.0-8 1.0-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-8 1.0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 DNP-INJ 0-0

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

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

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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

1.0-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Walk-on wideout who is expected to play a key role in the team’s young receiving corps this season ... Completed 2011 spring drills atop the two-deep at the ‘Z’ wide receiver slot ... SDSU scholar-athlete and 2010 MWC all-academic selection. 2010: Participated in all 13 contests on offense as well as special teams ... Caught four passes for 39 yards (9.8 ypc.) with a long of 12 yards ... Also made a pair of tackles ... Made his collegiate debut vs. Nicholls ... First catch as an Aztec went for 11 yards in the win at New Mexico State ... Had an eight-yard reception vs. Utah State and his long of the season for 12 yards at BYU ... Final catch was for eight yards in the Poinsettia Bowl win over Navy. 2009: Did not play his first season on The Mesa. High School: Lettered three times at Dana Hills High School in Dana Point, Calif. ... As a senior, served as team captain and was tabbed

first-team all-league ... Two-time winner of his team's offensive MVP and wide receiver awards ... Second-team all-conference his junior campaign ... Played lacrosse for the Dolphins his junior year and was first-team all-league. Personal: Born July 7, 1990, in Dana Point, Calif. ... Son of Debbie and Chuck Denso ... Parents both attended San Diego State ... Majoring in business.

DENSO’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics

Receiving G No. Yds. TD Avg. 2010 13 4 39 0 9.8 Career Highs: Receptions: 1, four times; Receiving Yards: 12 at BYU (10/9/10); Long Reception: 12 at BYU (10/9/10).

One of three offensive linemen to redshirt a year ago ... Was third on the depth chart at center following the end of spring drills. 2010: Did not play his first year on campus. High School: Received third-team 2009 all-state accolades by CalHiSports.com, while playing at Paloma Valley High School in Menifee, Calif. ... First-team all-CIF and two-time first-team all-league for the Wildcats ... Named to the Riverside all-area first team as a senior … Selected for the 2010 Inland Empire All-Star Classic football game ... Three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Rated as the 59th-best prospect nationally at his position by Rivals.com ... Listed as the No. 3 offensive tackle prospect in the state of California by Rivals.com ... Earned a Scouts, Inc. grade of 73 on ESPN.com ... Also lettered in basketball as a senior. Personal: Born Dec. 12, 1991, in Wildomar, Calif. ... Son of Donald and Rosalie Dilley ... His mother played college volleyball ... Also recruited by Cal, Washington, UNLV and UTEP ... Is a business major.

Athletic, dual-threat quarterback who impressed during spring drills and will challenge for the back-up spot behind returning starter Ryan Lindley. 2010: Utilized his redshirt campaign ... SDSU’s offensive scout player of the year. High School: As a senior, completed 123-of-201 passes (61.2 percent) for 1,665 yards with 10 touchdowns and six interceptions at Rockwall High ... In his junior campaign, was 135for-217 (62.2 percent) for 1,833 yards with 16 touchdowns and six interceptions ... Produced one of the nation's top games when he went 23-of-37 for 325 yards against Pearce High ... Earned his team’s most outstanding contribution award and was also named the most conscientious player as a senior (voted on by coaches and players) ... Took part in SDSU's football camp prior to his senior season ... Nominated for ESPN/FCA Athlete of the Month honor ... Played tight end as a sophomore ... A two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Lettered in baseball, basketball and track ... Member of the state champion baseball squad in 2006 and was basketball team captain as a senior … Was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1991, in Dallas, Texas ... Son of Rod and Mary Dingwell ... Also considered Utah, TCU, Baylor, UTEP, Western Kentucky and Kansas St. ... Is a business major.

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Player Profiles Versatile offensive lineman, who has played both tackle and center ... Started 20 contests the last two years, after missing the entire 2008 season due to injury ... Switched from center to tackle during 2009 spring drills ... Teammate of quarterback Ryan Lindley at El Capitan ... 2011 preseason all-MWC first team by Lindy’s Sports and second team by Phil Steele. 2010: Starter at left tackle in all 13 games ... Had a tackle at Wyoming on an INT return. 2009: Played in nine contests, starting on seven occasions ... One of four Aztecs to earn a start in their first collegiate game on Sept. 5 at UCLA ... Starter in the next two games vs. Southern Utah and Idaho ... Was a reserve at tackle at Air Force and against New Mexico ... Regained his starting slot in the final four contests ... SDSU scholar-athlete in fall 2009. 2008: Suffered a shoulder injury during the summer and did not see any action. 2007: Did not play, utilizing his redshirt year. High School: Played at center and defensive tackle as a senior at El Capitan High, helping the Vaqueros to 10-0 regular season record and a berth in the CIF section playoffs … Was an all-CIF and all-state (medium schools) pick on offense in 2006 … Second-team all-league as a junior … Won two letters as a thrower on the track and field squad … Honor roll student. Personal: Born Dec. 23, 1988, in Kennewick, Wash. ... Son of Tamura and Damon Draheim ... Received his bachelor’s degree in public administration and is currently taking courses toward a master’s degree in educational leadership.

Saw his first action as an Aztec last season, primarily on special teams ... SDSU’s special teams scout player of the year in 2009 and 2010. 2010: Competed in five games, including the final three ... Made two solo tackles both against Navy. 2009: Did not play, using his redshirt season. High School: Led La Costa Canyon to the 2008 CIF San Diego Section Division I Championship title … Selected as the 2008 San Diego section defensive player of the year by the San Diego Union-Tribune, North County Times and the San Diego Hall of Champions … 2008

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CIF defensive player of the year … Also a two-time San Diego Union-Tribune Avocado League defensive player of the year … A two-time first-team all-Avocado League selection (2007 and 2008) … Earned a 2008 North County Times all-North County team (first-team linebacker) spot … A 2008 MaxPreps football Division I all-state first-team honoree … Had an eye-popping 111 tackles, including 29 for loss, as a junior at La Costa Canyon … Listed as one of the top 15 prospects in the San Diego area by Rivals … Named to the CalHiSports.com all-state football defensive second team … Rated the seventh-best inside linebacker in California by Scouts.com … Led the Mavericks to four consecutive Avocado League championships … Also competed in lacrosse and led his team to the 2008 CIF crown … Recipient of the National Football Foundation scholar-athlete award. Personal: Born May 22, 1991, in Encinitas, Calif. ... Son of Michael and Rebecca Driver ... Mother attended SDSU … Drew interest from Stanford, Air Force, Boise State, Nevada, UC Davis and Cal Poly ... Is majoring in business management.

DRIVER’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. 2010 5 2-0-2 0.0-0 Career Highs: Tackles: 2 vs. Navy (12/23/10).

Sacks 0.0-0

Int. PBU FF FR 0-0 0 0 0

Aggressive o-lineman, who has started 21 consecutive outings ... 2011 preseason all-MWC second team by Lindy’s Sports, Phil Steele and Athlon Sports. 2010: Started all 13 outings at right guard. 2009: Part of the 2008 recruiting class, who enrolled at SDSU in time for the 2009 spring semester ... Did not play in the team’s first four contests ... Starter in his first career game in the win over New Mexico State at right guard ... Also a starter vs. BYU, Colorado State, New Mexico, TCU, Wyoming, Utah and UNLV ... Received the team’s outstanding freshman award. High School: A two-time firstteam all-county selection at Yucaipa High School under coach Scott Pearne … Helped the Thunderbirds to a 7-4 overall record and a third-place league finish as a senior … Anchored an offensive line that helped the team rush for over 240 yards in an outing in 2007 and advance to the playoffs for the second year in a row … Citrus Belt allleague first-team honoree each of his final two seasons … Firstteam all-area by the Press Enterprise in 2007 ... Two-time captain ... Member of the inland all-star team at the inaugural Southern California Bowl … Also competed in track and field, throwing the shot put and discus … League champ in the shot put as a junior. Personal: Born Nov. 3, 1990, in Fontana, Calif. ... Son of Mathew Embernate and Valerie Monroe ... Is a social science major.


PLAYER INFORMATION cont. Career Highs: Receptions: 6 vs. Utah (11/20/10); Receiving Yards: 65 vs. Utah (11/20/10); Receiving TDs: 1, four times; Longest Reception: 45 vs. Utah St. (9/25/10).

ESCOBAR GAME-BY-GAME

Freshman All-American in his first collegiate season in 2010 ... Huge target, who has great hands and is hard to bring down ... Has earned 2011 preseason all-MWC honors by Lindy’s Sports (first team), Athlon Sports (second team) and Phil Steele (second team) ... SDSU scholar-athlete. 2010: Second-team freshman All-American by Rivals.com, CollegeFootballNews.com and Phil Steele.com ... Named a second-team all-Mountain West Conference pick ... Played in all 13 contests, starting the last 12 ... Had 19 receptions for either first downs or touchdowns in 2010 ... His 29 catches and four TDs on the year were third on the team ... Played in his first career game as an Aztec, logging his first career catch for 27 yards in the opening win over Nicholls ... First career start and first career touchdown at New Mexico State ... Ended the win over the Aggies with two catches for 33 yards, including a 14-yard TD reception in the first quarter ... Starter again at No. 25 Missouri, posting a pair of catches to go with a tackle ... Two grabs for 57 yards as a starter vs. Utah State ... His career-long 45-yard reception in the first quarter set up the team’s second touchdown ... Only catch at BYU was a one-yard TD on a critical fourth-down play ... Second consecutive game with a touchdown, making a spectacular one-handed catch for an eight-yard score in the second half vs. No. 23 Air Force ... Reception was rated No. 2 on ESPN’s top plays of the day ... Two catches for 11 yards in the win at New Mexico ... Had a career-high and team-high four receptions for 42 yards vs. Colorado State ... Bettered his career high with six catches for 62 yards against Utah, including a 14-yard touchdown ... Caught four balls for 42 yards vs. UNLV ... Made three grabs for 24 yards against Navy. 2009: Did not see any action in his first year on campus. High School: Standout at Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Orange County ... A 2008 Trinity League second-team selection on offense after grabbing 37 receptions for 492 yards and six scores … Had seven receptions for 130 yards against St. Bonaventure, the eventual state Division III champion … Named the player of the game for his performance … As a junior, caught 11 passes for 163 yards (14.8 yards per catch) … Listed as the No. 79 tight end nationally by Scout.com … A preseason “Senior to Watch” by ocvarsity.com … Ranked No. 20 on the “Top 20 O.C. Recruits for Class of 2009” list by ocvarsity.com … Also competed in basketball. Personal: Born Feb., 3, 1991, in New York, N.Y. ... Son of Harry and Erin Escobar ... Committed to San Diego State early in the recruiting process … Received interest from Utah and Boise State ... Is studying public administration.

NICHOLLS (9/4/10) at NMSU (9/11/10)* at Missouri (9/18/10)* UTAH ST. (9/25/10)* at BYU (10/9/10)* AFA (10/16/10)* at UNM (10/23/10)* at WYO (10/30/10)* CSU (11/6/10)* at TCU (11/13/10)* UTAH (11/20/10)* UNLV (11/27/10)* NAVY (12/23/10)* * = Game started

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Receiving Yds. TD 27 0 33 1 5 0 57 0 1 1 8 1 11 0 8 0 42 0 0 0 65 1 42 0 24 0

Avg. 27.0 16.5 2.5 28.5 1.0 8.0 5.5 8.0 10.5 0.0 10.8 10.5 8.0

Joined the team during fall camp last season ... Outside linebacker who competed for one campaign at the junior college level. 2010: Did not see action, using his redshirt year. At Southwestern: Attended Southwestern College in Chula Vista from 2009-10 ... Played one year, leading the squad in tackles and sacks. High School: Graduated in 2009 from Eastlake High School, where he lettered for three years in football, serving as team captain for one season ... 2008 first-team all-league ... The Titans won their conference title his junior and senior years ... Also lettered in basketball and track ... San Diego Union-Tribune scholar-athlete from 2007-09. Personal: Born Oct. 23, 1991, in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Jacqueline and Anthony Feaster, Sr. ... Father is a San Diego State graduate ... Cousin, Tony Jefferson, plays football at Oklahoma ... Is majoring in public administration.

ESCOBAR’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics 2010

G 13

Receiving No. Yds. 29 323

TD 4

Avg. 11.1

Tough and aggressive linebacker with a great motor ... Granted a medical redshirt year last season after playing in only three games ... Came back to earn the No. 1 spot at middle linebacker following spring drills ... Is one of six Aztecs from Oceanside High School. 2010: Played both special teams and on defense as a true freshman ... Logged minutes in three games, but ultimately redshirted after getting injured in practice following the Missouri contest ... Both of his tackles were for a loss, including a nine-yard sack in the opener with Nicholls. High School: First-team all-CIF San Diego Section as a senior at Oceanside High ... His prep team was No. 1 in the state during his senior season and was ranked nationally ... Was a three-time all-league selection ... Named Hall of Champions Athlete of the Month in September 2009… Also earned letters in wrestling and baseball ... Named MVP of his 2007 baseball team and was the 2008 defensive player of the year on his football team. Personal: Born March 2, 1992, in Oceanside, Calif. ... Son of Cindy and Siliva Fely, Jr. ... His mother, grandmother and aunt all attended SDSU ... Also considered attending BYU, Colorado State, Nevada, Wyoming and UNLV ... Is studying criminal justice.

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Player Profiles FELY’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2010 3 1-1-2 1.5-10 1.0-9 0-0 0 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 2 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); TFLs: 1.5 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); Sacks: 1.0 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10).

Joined the team for 2010 spring drills ... Made the move from quarterback to wide receiver last season. 2010: Did not see any action in his first year with the Aztecs. At San Francisco: Attended City College of San Francisco from 2007-09, playing football for two years under head coach George Rush ... Was the Rams’ starting quarterback in 2008, but missed the second half of the season due to injury ... Played five games before the injury, completing 64 of his 119 pass attempts for 964 yards and eight touchdowns ... Freshman on the CCSF squad that went 11-1 and won both the 2007 state and J.C. Grid-Wire national titles. High School: Played football and basketball at Casa Grande High School in Petaluma, Calif. ... Was a first-team all-league and all-Empire pick as a senior ... Santa Rosa Press Democrat athlete of the year ... As a junior, broke his school’s single-season passing record, throwing for over 1,300 yards and directing his team to an 11-2 record. Personal: Sept. 23, 1987 in Santa Rosa, Calif. ... Son of Jan and Jim Forni ... Is a social science major.

Redshirted last year and gives the team much needed depth at defensive end. 2010: Did not play as a true freshman. High School: Three-year starting varsity linebacker at Franklin High ... Two-time all-Delta Valley Conference honoree ... An honorable mention all-metro selection after breaking the school record with 134 total tackles as a junior (2008) ... Led the league in solo tackles with 79 over 10 games and recorded 25 tackles-for-loss ... Also had 17 pressures, four sacks and a pair of blocked PATs ... As a senior, finished with 102 tackles and three sacks ... Member of the Sacramento All-Star squad that played in the Holiday Classic in Sacramento vs. the East Bay All-Stars ... Holds a Franklin High School record with 244 career tackles… Also a twotime conference wrestling champion and the 2009 sub-section champ at 215 pounds. Personal: Born Jan. 10, 1992, in Elk Grove, Calif. ... Son of Paul and Elizabeth Galea ... Had offers from Nevada, Army, Sacramento State and UC Davis ... Majoring in business with a focus in financial services.

Defensive tackle, who redshirted as a true freshman last season ... One of six current Aztecs to prep at Oceanside High. 2010: Did not play his first year on campus. High School: Earned four letters in football with the final two at nearby powerhouse Oceanside High ... Team went 26-0-1 over his final two seasons ... Named a first-team all-CIF selection and second-team all-North County pick after his senior year ... Was a three-time honorable mention all-league selection ... Also played volleyball and was a member of the track and field team at Oceanside ... Finished fourth in the shot put at the CIF championships. Personal: Born Dec. 29, 1991, in Redwood City, Calif. ... Son of Rachel Jones and William Galea’i ... Two cousins and his uncle also attended SDSU ... Also considered Wyoming, Hawai'i and Fresno State ... Has yet to declare his major.

Talented and versatile athlete, who is great in the open field and can catch the ball out of the back ... Enrolled at SDSU for the 2011 spring semester ... Was a member of the 2010 signing class ... Went to the same high school as former Aztec Darren Mougey. High School: As a senior at Chaparral, rushed 168 times for 1,847 yards and 35 touchdowns ... The Firebirds won the state 5A-II title in 2009, when he ran for 107 yards and scored three TDs ... Named 5A-II all-state and state player of the year by Scout.com ... Scottsdale Republic's all-Northeast Valley Player of the Year ... As a junior, logged 223 carries for 1,943 yards and 31 touchdowns and also caught 12 balls for 281 yards and a pair of scores ... First team all-region in 2008 ... Helped Chaparral to a 48-6 record over his four years ... No. 18 overall recruiting prospect in Arizona by Rivals.com ... Rated the No. 2 running back prospect in Arizona by MaxPreps and Scout.com ... A three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Also lettered in track. Personal: Born Sept. 15, 1991 ... Son of Sherry and Ronald Garrett ... Originally from North Carolina ... Also had offers from Colorado State, Idaho, New Mexico State, Northern Arizona and UNLV ... Is a business major.

Finished spring practice as the backup at right guard behind Nik Embernate. 2010: Redshirted his first season at San Diego State.

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PLAYER INFORMATION cont. At Allan Hancock: Played tackle at Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria, Calif. ... First-team all-conference and all-state in 2009 ... Hancock had the state’s No. 1 rushing offense in 2008 ... Earned second-team all-conference honors and team co-offensive lineman-of-the-year accolades as a freshman. High School: Attended Santa Ynez High School in Santa Ynez, Calif. ... Was an all-league, all-county and all-area pick at right tackle. Personal: Born Dec. 8, 1989, in Goleta, Calif. ... Son of Randy and Denise Gauld ... Also received a scholarship offer from Nevada ... Is majoring in history.

Outside linebacker, who did not play as a true freshman. 2010: Utilized his redshirt campaign. High School: Four-year varsity letterman and three-year starter at Mayfair High School ... As a senior, totaled 138 tackles (13.8 tackles per game, 85 solo, 53 assists) to lead the Suburban League ... Had a school-record 25 tackles in a single contest ... First-team all-conference his final year ... During his junior campaign, totaled 58 tackles and 2.5 sacks ... A three-star prospect by Rivals.com ... Also competed in the 100 and 200 meters for the track team ... Was a scholar-athlete at Mayfair. Personal: Born Aug. 22, 1992, in Fountain Valley, Calif. ... Son of Pepe and Carlene Gavert ... Cousin, Ronald Kennedy Jr., plays cornerback at Arizona State … Picked SDSU over the likes of Colorado, Arizona State and Idaho State ... Has yet to decide on a major.

Adds talent to the team’s very deep tight end position ... Prep teammate of Aztec running back Ronnie Hillman at La Habra ... SDSU scholar-athlete. 2010: Did not see action, redshirting the season. High School: Three-year letterwinner and first-team all-Freeway League pick as a senior at La Habra High ... Honored by the Daily News as the all-area tight end ... 2009 first-team allCIF Southwest Division ... Saw a majority of his time at the tight end position, but also played offensive guard ... Had one reception for 11 yards and a touchdown as a senior ... Was a scholar-athlete. Personal: Born Dec. 1, 1991, in Bellflower, Calif. ... Son of Margaret and Elias Ghandour ... Cousin, Greg Spellane, played offensive line for the Aztecs … Is an only child ... Was also recruited by Arizona, Fresno State, Cal Poly and UC Davis ... Is a criminal justice major.

Alison Woods … Is a business management major.

with Nicholls .... Played against Utah State ... First stops of the year against Colorado State, including his first sack for a loss of six yards ... Half tackle for loss vs. Utah ... Two tackles and his first PBU vs. UNLV ... Made three solo tackles in the Poinsettia Bowl. 2009: Played three contests as a reserve in his Aztec debut season ... First career game at Idaho on Sept. 19 ... Made his first two tackles at Air Force, including one for a loss of two yards ... Also played against TCU. High School: A four-year letterwinner at Ramona High School in Riverside, Calif., where he played on both sides of the ball … Allleague and all-county selection … Led the team in receiving his senior season, while also being credited with 111 tackles, three sacks and one interception ... Team captain his final two campaigns. Personal: Born May 1, 1989, in Orange, Calif. … Son of Lorenzo and

GIBBS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2009 3 2-0-2 1.0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2010 7 6-3-9 1.5-7 1.0-6 0-0 1 0 0 Totals 9 8-3-11 2.5-9 1.0-6 0-0 1 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. Navy (12/23/10); TFL: 1.0 vs. CSU (11/6/10), at Air Force (9/26/09); Sacks: 1.0 vs. CSU (11/6/10); PBU: 1 vs. UNLV (11/27/10).

A great team player, who was sidelined by injury for the majority of the 2010 campaign ... A walk-on, who joined the team in the fall of 2008. 2010: Played in his first career game vs. Utah State and had one tackle. 2009: Did not see action in his second season with the team. 2008: Used his redshirt year. High School: A two-time team captain at Mira Mesa High School in San Diego, Calif. … Led the Marauders to the CIF semifinals his senior season, tallying 12 sacks … Earned all-league accolades his final campaign … Also lettered in lacrosse. Personal: Born Feb. 8, 1990, in Honolulu, Hawaii … Son of Kenneth and Evangiline Gordert … Is a kinesiology major.

GORDERT’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. 2010 1 1-0-1 0-0 Career Highs: Tackles: 1 vs. Utah State (9/25/10).

Sacks 0-0

Int. PBU FF FR 0-0 0 0 0

Is in the running for starting time at defensive end ... Joined the football program in time for 2009 spring drills ... Did not play right after high school ... SDSU scholar-athlete and MWC all-academic pick in 2010. 2010: Was a reserve in six outings ... Came off the bench in the second quarter of the opener

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Player Profiles right tackle ... Reserve at UNM ... Did not play against CSU, before returning to action vs. Wyoming, BYU, Utah and UNLV. 2007: Did not play, using his redshirt season. High School: Earned first-team all-Pacific View League honors as a senior at Adolfo Camarillo High … Played at offensive tackle and defensive end under coach Dennis Reidmiller … Three-star recruit by Rivals.com … Honored with the team’s captains award in 2006 … Won two letters in basketball and three in volleyball, earning allleague and all-CIF honors. Personal: Born May 5, 1989 ... Son of Keith and Tammy Gunther … Brother, Kyle, played football at Utah and was the Utes’ starting center … Majoring in economics and sociology.

Played in his first collegiate games a year ago ... Finished No. 2 at left guard at the conclusion of 2011 spring drills .... SDSU scholar-athlete. 2010: Came off the bench in two outings ... First career contest was the opener against Nicholls ... Also played vs. UNLV. 2009: Did not see action in his first year on campus. High School: Attended Canyon High School in Canyon Country, Calif. ... First-team all-Foothill League on the defensive line as a senior and second-team pick as a junior. Personal: Born Dec. 27, 1990, in Hawaii ... Son of Amy Jackson and Steve Johnson ... Social science major with a minor in geography.

Played his first career game in the Poinsettia Bowl ... Aztecs’ 2009 scout team player of the year on offense ... Has practiced at both running back and wide receiver ... Older brother Andy also played football at SDSU. 2010: Came in on special teams in the Aztecs’ victory over Navy in the Poinsettia Bowl. 2009: Did not log any playing time. 2008: Redshirted his first season. High School: Was a three-time letterwinner at Palos Verdes High School in Palos Verdes Estates, Calif. … A second-team all-CIF and first-team all-league pick as a senior … Offensive MVP his final season. Personal: Born Aug. 13, 1990, in San Pedro, Calif. … Son of Joe and Laura Gregorio … Father, Joe, played football for the USFL’s L.A. Express ... Garnered SDSU scholar-athlete honors in the fall of 2010 ... Majoring in political science.

Big outside linebacker, who was third on the two-deep behind seniors Miles Burris and Demetrius Barksdale after the end of spring drills ... Joined the team for 2009 fall camp. 2010: Appeared in four games as a reserve ... Made his debut vs. Air Force, compiling three solo tackles ... Reserve vs. TCU ... One stop against Utah, but did not record any stats vs. UNLV. 2009: Did not play as a true freshman. High School: Attended Dorsey High School and played for head coach Paul Knox ... The Dons won their league his first two years and finished second his junior and senior campaigns ... Was first-team all-city as a wide receiver in 2008 ... Also competed in track and field. Personal: Born Jan. 2, 1991, in Harbor City, Calif. ... Son of Christie and Vaness Harris ... Is studying social science.

HARRIS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. 2010 4 4-0-4 0-0 Career Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. Air Force (10/16/10).

Came back from an injury that kept him out the entire 2009 campaign to claim the starting spot at right tackle in 2010. 2010: Played in his first game since 2008, earning his second career start at right tackle vs. Nicholls ... Also was a starter in the final 12 outings. 2009: Did not participate in any contests as a sophomore. 2008: Did not play in the opening three games ... First career action as a reserve vs. Idaho ... Did not see action at TCU ... First career start in place of Lance Louis against Air Force at

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Sacks 0-0

Int. PBU FF FR 0-0 0 0 0

Walk-on fullback who played high school football for current Aztec assistant coach Brian Sipe.


PLAYER INFORMATION cont. 2010: Missed the majority of the season due to injury and did not play in any games. 2009: Redshirted the campaign. High School: Lettered his final three seasons and served as a team captain as a senior at Santa Fe Christian High School in Solana Beach ... Was a first-team all-league pick as a senior ... Two-time North County Times Athlete of the Week ... Team's MVP of the game twice ... Garnered second-team all-league accolades as a junior ... Also played volleyball. Personal: Born Sept. 3, 1990, in La Jolla, Calif. ... Son of Lorraine and Brett Heers ... Is a business major.

Returns for his fifth year on The Mesa ... Had a breakout campaign as a starter in 2009 ... A special teams standout his first two seasons ... Finished 2011 spring drills No. 2 on the depth chart at one of the warrior spots. 2010: Played the first two games of the campaign, but ultimately ended up redshirting due to injury ... Had one solo tackle vs. New Mexico State. 2009: Started the first nine games of his career, playing in 11 outings overall ... Also played on special teams ... Posted a team-best and career-high seven tackles, including six solo efforts in the loss to UCLA ... Made one stop vs. Southern Utah, had four at Idaho and tallied two at Air Force ... Mountain West Conference co-Defensive Player of the Week after tallying six tackles, a TFL, a fumble return for a touchdown and an interception against New Mexico State ... Returned the fumble 14 yards to erase an early 7-0 deficit ... Limited to only two solo stops in the loss to No. 18 BYU ... Missed most of the CSU contest due to injury, but finished with one tackle ... Was unable to play against New Mexico, but returned to play against TCU ... Had three stops and a TFL vs. Wyoming ... Finished the Utah game with two solo tackles, including one TFL ... Six stops in the season finale with UNLV. 2008: Appeared in all 12 games for the second consecutive season ... Played on special teams, but also got time on defense as a reserve ... Had 17 total tackles on the year with at least two stops on five occasions ... Had two tackles in the opener with Cal Poly ... One stop at Notre Dame ... Career-best five tackles at San Jose State, including four solos ... Logged a tackle in five of the final six games of the season ... Three tackles at New Mexico and two vs. Wyoming and UNLV. 2007: One of five true freshmen to earn a varsity letter in 2007 ... Played in all 12 contests, logging 10 special teams tackles ... Had three stops on two occasions against Portland State and Wyoming ... First tackle in his first career outing versus Washington State ... Also logged a stop against Cincinnati, UNLV and Air Force ... Forced a fumble in the second quarter in the game with the Cowboys. High School: Posted 76 tackles and two interceptions as a senior at Rialto High in Rialto, Calif., under coach Brad Hornback, earning first-team all-league and second-team all-county accolades … Also saw action at running back for the Knights, gaining 350 yards rushing and 400 yards receiving … Had 763 all-purpose yards as a junior ... Participated in track at Rialto. Personal: Born April 25, 1989, in Riverside, Calif. ... Major is social science.

HEMMINGS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2007 12 9-1-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-0 2008 12 13-4-17 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2009 11 28-6-34 4.0-10 0-0 1-6 0 0 1-14 2010 2 1-0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 Totals 37 51-11-62 4.0-10 0-0 1-6 0 0 2-14 Career Highs: Tackles: 7 at UCLA (9/5/09); TFL: 1.0, four times; INT: 1 vs. NMSU (10/3/09); FR: 1.0 vs. NMSU (10/3/09); FF: 1 vs. WYO (11/3/07).

A tall target, who will look for playing time in the Aztecs’ crowded tight end position ... Played primarily on special teams in 2009 ... Redshirted in 2008 ... MWC all-academic honoree and SDSU scholar-athlete. 2010: Did not see any field time during his sophomore campaign. 2009: Made his Aztec debut against New Mexico State on Oct. 3 ... Played in six other contests, but did not log a catch ... Posted one kickoff return for 10 yards vs. Wyoming. 2008: Did not play his first season on campus and used his redshirt year. High School: Lettered twice at Acalanes High School in Lafayette, Calif. … Team captain his senior year … Had 25 catches for 350 yards and two touchdowns in 2007 ... An all-league tight end his final season … Also a two-year letterwinner and all-league selection in basketball. Personal: Born Nov. 30, 1989, in Oakland, Calif. … Son of Peter and Barbara Hewitt … Father, Peter, played football at St. Lawrence University … Majoring in journalism.

Exploded onto the scene as one of the country’s top freshmen, leading the conference in rushing ... Speed burner, who has ability to take it up a notch in the open field and evade tacklers ... Was in 2009 fall camp, but left before the start of the semester and re-enrolled in the spring 2010, where he ended drills as the No. 1 running back ... Six 100-yard rushing games, all for more than 150 yards ... Two career outings with over 200 yards on the ground ... Named to Athlon Sports’ 2011 Heisman Watch List and was also a preseason third-team All-American by the publication ... Preseason first-team all-conference by Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon, Lindy’s, Phil Steele and Sporting News ... Rivals.com listed him among the top 70 college football players in the nation regardless of position. 2010: Played in all 13 games, starting eight times ... First-team freshman All-American by the FWAA and PhilSteele.com and tabbed a second-team pick by Rivals.com and CollegeFootballNews.com ... 2010 Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year and a first-team allMWC selection ... Was 10th nationally and first among freshmen in rushing yards per game (117.85), 42nd in all-purpose yardage (123.08) and 32nd in scoring (8.31/g) ... His 1,532 yards are an MWC and SDSU freshman record ... Beat the old freshman school record held by Marshall Faulk (1,429 - 1991) ... Rushing total is fifth in SDSU single-season history and best by an Aztec overall since 2001 ... Only MWC player to average more than 100 yards rushing per game in 2010 ... One of four Aztec true freshmen to play in the opener ... Came off the bench against Nicholls, posting a team-best 15 carries for 65 yards and a 6-yard TD in the fourth quarter of the Aztecs’ victory ... MWC Offensive Player of the Week after scoring four, second-half touchdowns and running for 150 yards on 22 carries in the win over New Mexico State ... Four TDs are a MWC freshman record, are the most by an Aztec since 2001 and tied for fifth in school single-game history ... Spectacular outing at No. 25 Missouri, carrying 23 times for 228 yards and two scores ... First Aztec to run for 200 yards in a game since 2003 ... Set a MWC single-game record for rushing yards by a freshman (No. 20 na-

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Player Profiles HILLMAN GAME-BY-GAME NICHOLLS (9/4/10) at NMSU (9/11/10) at Missouri (9/18/10) UTAH ST. (9/25/10)* at BYU (10/9/10)* AFA (10/16/10)* at UNM (10/23/10)* at WYO (10/30/10)* CSU (11/6/10)* at TCU (11/13/10)* UTAH (11/20/10)* UNLV (11/27/10)* NAVY (12/23/10) * = Game started

tionally in 2010) ... Scored against the Tigers on runs of 75 and 93 yards ... His 93-yard rush was the third-longest in the nation in 2010, and is second in SDSU history ... First Aztec to have back-to-back 100-yard rushing games since 2006 ... Named MWC Offensive Player of the Week for a second time, becoming the first Aztec to do so in consecutive weeks in league history ... Scored a touchdown in his fourth straight game, giving SDSU a 7-0 lead vs. Utah State ... First career start against the Aggies, compiling 23 rushes for 89 yards and one reception for four yards ... Starter at BYU, carrying 10 times for 72 yards, including a long of 38 ... Third MWC Offensive Player-of-the-Week award, carrying 24 times for 191 yards and two scores in the upset of No. 23 Air Force ... First TD was on a 65-yard scamper in the first half and second proved to be the game-winner in the fourth quarter on a 44-yard run ... Played the first half and one play in the second half of the team’s win at New Mexico ... Still logged 18 carries for 64 yards and his 11th TD of the season against the Lobos ... Starter at Wyoming, posting 44 yards on the ground ... Became the third Aztec freshman to break 1,000 yards in a season when he ran for 151 yards on a career-high 31 carries and a touchdown vs. Colorado State ... Had 54 yards rushing and a TD vs. Utah, along with a career-best two catches for 26 yards ... Ran for 152 yards on 19 carries vs. UNLV to break the MWC freshman rushing record ... Carried 28 times for 228 yards and three touchdowns in the Poinsettia Bowl win over Navy, garnering offensive MVP honors ... Added two receptions for 16 yards, one of them going for his first career receiving touchdown ... His six 100-yard rushing games in one season tied for seventh in Aztec history and are the most since 2001. High School: Led La Habra High to the 2008 CIF Southern Section Southwest Division title after going 5-0 in the Freeway League and winning the 2008 Freeway League championship … A 2008 Orange County Register all-county first-team pick on special teams … Dubbed the “Reggie Bush of Orange County” by Steve Fryer … His prep team went 12-2 overall and ended the season on a nine-game win streak … Selected as the 2008 Freeway League MVP … Named a “Top 5 to Watch in 2008” by ocvarsity.com … Picked No. 9 of the “Top 20 O.C. Recruits for Class of 2009” by ocvarsity.com, after he carried 97 times for 1,251 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2008 … Rushing and receiving, he accounted for 2,104 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior … The 2007 Southeast Division offensive player of the year ... Helped the Highlanders to the 2007 CIF-SS Southwest Division championship crown after amassing 1,615 yards and 20 touchdowns in 2007 … Also lettered in track and field and basketball. Personal: Born Sept. 14, 1991, in Long Beach, Calif. ... Son of Ronnie and Tiffany Hillman and Carla Mitchell ... Received scholarship offers from three Mountain West Conference schools ... Is a social science major.

HILLMAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics

Rushing Receiving G Att. Yds. TD Avg. No. Yds. TD Avg. 2010 13 262 1,532 17 5.8 9 68 1 7.6 Career Highs: Carries: 31 vs. CSU (11/6/10); Rushing Yards: 228 at Missouri (9/18/10); vs. Navy (12/23/10); Rushing TDs: 4 at NMSU (9/11/10); Long Rush: 93 at Missouri (9/18/10); Receptions: 2 vs. UNLV (11/27/10); vs. Utah (11/20/10); vs. Navy (12/23/10); Receiving TDs: 1 vs. Navy (12/23/10); Long Reception: 20 vs. Utah (11/20/10).

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Rushing Yds. TD 65 1 150 4 228 2 89 1 62 0 191 2 64 1 44 0 151 1 54 0 54 1 152 1 228 3

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Speedy cornerback, who ended spring drills second on the two-deep behind returning starter Leon McFadden ... One of six current Aztecs to prep at Oceanside High. 2010: Redshirted as a true freshman. High School: Played at nearby Oceanside High, where he helped the Pirates to a perfect 140 record and a Division I South state title in 2009, a year after the team went 12-0-1 ... Firstteam all-Valley League defensive honors as well as all-CIF as a senior ... Also rushed 30 times for 415 yards for an eye-popping 13.8 yards per carry and four touchdowns ... Had three interceptions and 690 yards of total offense as a junior ... A two-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Earned a Scouts, Inc. grade of 75 on ESPN.com ... Also starred in baseball for the Pirates, winning team MVP and all-league honors from both the San Diego Union-Tribune and the North County Times. Personal: Born July 20, 1992, in Oceanside, Calif. ... Son of Will and Angela Holder ... Was also recruited by Northern Colorado, Portland State and Utah State, among others ... Majoring in business management.

Has missed the majority of the last two seasons due to injury ... Redshirted in 2009, after suffering a foot injury during fall camp ... Was the backup at one cornerback position in 2007 and 2008 ... Ended 2009 spring drills No. 1 at one of the Warrior positions, but in 2010 returned to the cornerback position. 2010: Returned after a year off to play in the first three games, but missed the final 10 outings due to injury ... Had four solo tackles, including three at Missouri. 2009: Did not play due to injury. 2008: Participated in the first seven games ... Played on special teams vs. Cal Poly, making two tackles ... More special teams play against Notre Dame and San Jose State ... First career


PLAYER INFORMATION cont. interception in the fourth quarter vs. Idaho, also adding one solo tackle ... One stop at TCU ... DNP in the final five outings. 2007: Played in every game, primarily on special teams ... Tallied seven tackles ... Made two stops in his collegiate debut against Washington State ... Outstanding game on special teams versus Portland State, logging three tackles ... One stop vs. Cincinnati and UNLV. High School: Lettered two years in football, playing his final season at Edison High School ... Team captain as a senior ... Also played basketball in 2005 and 2006, garnering his team’s defensive player of the year award. Personal: Born Feb. 17, 1989, in Montreal, Quebec ... Son of Anna and Roamie Horn ... Father played football in college from 1980-83 ... Is a sociology major.

HORN’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2007 12 5-2-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2008 7 3-1-4 0-0 0-0 1-0 0 0 0 2010 3 4-0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Totals 22 12-3-15 0-0 0-0 1-0 0 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 3 at Missouri (9/18/10), vs. PSU (9/22/07); INT: 1 vs. Idaho (9/27/08).

Expected to make the move from guard to center with the graduation of four-year starter Trask Iosefa ... Listed as the starter at center following 2011 spring drills ... Made his way into the Aztec starting lineup at guard in his redshirt freshman season in 2009 ... Prep teammate of fellow Aztec offensive lineman Jimmy Miller ... Tabbed as an SDSU scholar-athlete and MWC academic all-conference honoree ... Has tallied 16 career starts. 2010: Starter at left guard in all 13 outings, helping SDSU rush for over 2,000 yards and surrender only nine sacks. 2009: Made his SDSU debut as a reserve vs. both Southern Utah and Idaho ... Took over the starting duty at left guard at Air Force ... Also started vs. New Mexico State and BYU, before going down with a season-ending knee injury. 2008: One of two backups at center with Damian Shankle ... Did not see action and used his redshirt season. High School: Starred at J.K. Mullen High School, helping the Mustangs to a combined 25-2 overall record and a 14-0 mark in conference play his final two seasons, claiming a pair of Centennial League titles, under coach Dave Logan … One of 20 offensive linemen named to the 2007-08 Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, a list of the top football recruits in the West … 2007 PrepColorado all-state first-team offense ... Team advanced to the state 5A championship game his first three years, winning the title his freshman campaign … Mullen made it to the state semifinals his senior season when he served as team captain … First-team allconference honors in 2006 and 2007, and honorable mention as a sophomore … Academic all-state as a freshman and junior. Personal: Born Feb. 26, 1990, in Aurora, Colo. ... Son of Nancy and Chris Johnson ... Is a business major.

One of three Aztecs to start at running back in 2010 ... Hard runner, who can also catch passes out of the back and play a part in the return game ... One of five true freshmen to start at least one game in 2009. 2010: Appeared in 10 contests, starting twice, including in the Poinsettia Bowl ... Ranked second on the team in carries (67) and rushing yardage (320) ... Led the Aztecs in rushing with 74 yards on just six carries (12.3 ypc.) in the opener with Nicholls ... Also tallied a 46-yard touchdown run in the victory ... Another solid outing at New Mexico State, averaging over five yards a carry, with 10 attempts for 52 yards and recording his first catch of the year for 10 yards ... Second touchdown of the year as a starter at No. 25 Missouri, scoring from 11 yards in the first quarter ... Also made a career-long 28-yard catch vs. the Tigers ... Had nine carries for 22 yards and scored his third touchdown of the season on a 5-yard run against Utah St. ... Did not play due to an injury suffered in pregame warmups at BYU or a week later vs. Air Force ... Made the trip, but did not play against New Mexico ... Retook the field at Wyoming, carrying seven times for 23 yards ... Ran twice for 10 yards vs. Colorado State and once for six yards at TCU ... Carried twice for seven yards vs. Utah ... Had a season-high 16 carries for 63 yards against UNLV ... Started in the bowl game with Navy, rushing seven times for 41 yards. 2009: Logged minutes in 11 of the team’s 12 contests, starting on four occasions vs. South Utah, New Mexico State, Colorado State and Wyoming ... Racked up 377 yards on 88 attempts for a team-best 4.3 yards per carry ... Scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and also had nine receptions ... Tallied two of the team’s four 100-yard rushing performances ... One of four true freshmen to make his Aztec debut vs. UCLA ... Was a reserve at halfback and also returned kicks ... Posted two carries for 13 yards, two receptions for nine yards and contributed four kickoff returns for 76 yards with a long of 25 ... Started his first career game against Southern Utah ... Had three carries and made one reception for seven yards in the win over the T-Birds ... Came off the bench with a season-high four carries for 12 yards at Idaho ... Did not play due to injury against Air Force ... Returned to start at tailback against New Mexico State, recording his first career 100-yard game with 101 yards on 22 carries and his first career touchdown ... Posted a season-long 26-yard run in the victory over the Aggies ... Limited to just 28 yards on nine carries vs. BYU ... Did manage two catches, including a 27-yard effort, against the Cougars ... Starter at Colorado State, but was limited due to injury to five carries for 11 yards and a reception for nine yards ... Played but did not have a carry in the win over New Mexico ... Had five carries for 14 yards against TCU ... Earned a start as one of the two running backs against Wyoming ... Finished the game with 52 yards and a touchdown on 13 carries ... Carried eight times against Utah ... Season-high 112 yards on 17 carries, including a team season long of 61 yards at UNLV. High School: Led Cajon High to the San Andreas League championship in 2008 … The San Bernardino County Sun’s prep football player of the year in 2008 … A 2008 CIF Southern Section Central Division first-team offense selection after leading the Titans to the Pac-5 championship game … Rushed for 1,692 yards on 184 carries for 29 touchdowns in 2008 … Also grabbed 19 receptions for 269 yards and three scores … A first-team all-San Andreas League selection in 2006 and a first-team all-county honoree by The San Bernardino Sun … Named a first-team offense honoree by the CIF Southern Section Central Division and the Press-Enterprise for the San Bernardino area … Played in the Inland Empire All-Star Football Classic after his senior season. Personal: Born Sept. 14, 1990, in San Bernardino, Calif. ... Son of Latrease and Walter Kazee ... Has three brothers and a sister ... Is a social science major.

KAZEE’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics

Rushing Receiving G Att. Yds. TD Avg. No. Yds. TD Avg. 2009 11 88 377 2 4.3 9 64 0 7.1 2010 10 67 326 3 4.8 2 38 0 19.0 Totals 21 155 703 5 4.5 11 102 0 9.3 Career Highs: Carries: 22 vs. NMSU (10/3/09); Rushing Yards: 112 at UNLV (11/28/09); Long Rush: 61 at UNLV (11/28/09); Rushing TD: 1, five times; Receptions: 2 vs. BYU (10/17/09), at UCLA (9/5/09); Receiving Yards: 33 vs. BYU (10/17/09); Long Reception: 28 at Missouri (9/18/10); KO Returns: 4 at UCLA (9/5/09); KO Return Yards: 76 at UCLA (9/5/09); Long KO Return: 25 at UCLA (9/5/09).

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Player Profiles Local player, who gives the Aztecs height at the cornerback position. 2010: Did not see action, redshirting the campaign. High School: Versatile player at Mission Bay High School, seeing time as a running back, wide receiver, defensive back, kick returner, punt returner and punter ... Named a first-team defense all-Western League selection after his senior season ... Caught 31 passes as a receiver for 611 yards and nine touchdowns ... Helped the Buccaneers to a 13-0 record in 2009 after going 6-5-1 in 2008 ... A three-star recruit by Rivals.com. Personal: Born Sept. 9, 1992, in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Sherele Keels ... Was also recruited by Colorado State, Oregon and Utah State ... Is studying communications.

KAZEE GAME-BY-GAME at UCLA (9/5/09) SUU (9/12/09)* at Idaho (9/19/09) at AFA (9/26/09) NMSU (10/3/09)* BYU (10/17/09) at CSU (10/24/09)* UNM (10/31/09) TCU (11/7/09) WYO (11/14/09)* at Utah (11/21/09) at UNLV (11/28/09) NICHOLLS (9/4/10) at NMSU (9/11/10) at Missouri (9/18/10)* UTAH ST. (9/25/10) at BYU (10/9/10) AFA (10/16/10) at UNM (10/23/10) at WYO (10/30/10) CSU (11/6/10) at TCU (11/13/10) UTAH (11/20/10) UNLV (11/27/10) NAVY (12/23/10)* * = Game started

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Rushing Yds. TD Avg. 13 0 6.5 15 0 5.0 12 0 3.0 DNP-INJ 101 1 4.6 28 0 3.1 11 0 2.2 0 0 0.0 14 0 2.8 52 1 4.0 19 0 2.4 112 0 6.6 74 1 12.3 52 0 5.2 26 1 3.7 22 1 2.4 DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ 23 0 3.3 6 0 3.0 6 0 6.0 7 0 3.5 63 0 3.9 41 0 5.9

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Able to crack the starting lineup at linebacker and stayed healthy in 2010, having the best season of his career thus far ... Injury had derailed him as a freshman and sophomore ... SDSU scholar-athlete ... Earned a 2010 Malik Award for posting a perfect 4.0 semester GPA ... Two-time MWC all-academic squad honoree ... MWC Scholar-Athlete ... Earned the President's Award for High Academic Achievement at the team’s banquet last December. 2010: Started all 13 games, posting a career-high 52 tackles to rank fourth on the team ... Earned a starting role at linebacker in the opener, making four solo tackles and logging his first career PBU ... Also blocked a Nicholls field-goal attempt in the third quarter ... Only tackle at New Mexico State was behind the line of scrimmage, the first TFL of his career ... Careerbest six tackles, 1.5 TFLs and contributed on his first career sack at No. 25 Missouri ... Four stops and a PBU vs. Utah State ... Five tackles at BYU and tied his season best with six vs. No. 23 Air Force ... Made four stops, including a half TFL, in the win at Wyoming ... Had one tackle against Colorado State ... Tied his career high with six tackles at TCU ... Made four stops against Utah and again vs. UNLV ... Tied his career high again with six stops against Navy. 2009: Played in nine contests, making his first career start vs. Air Force ... Missed the New Mexico, TCU and Wyoming games with an injury ... Played on both special teams and defense ... Contributed a career-high 14 stops ... Posted one solo tackle vs. UCLA ... Had two stops against Southern Utah and two at Idaho ... Made the best of his first career start at Air Force, coming up with a career-high five tackles ... Was a reserve vs. New Mexico State, but did not record a stop ... One solo and one assisted tackle vs. BYU and Colorado State ... Reserve vs. Utah and UNLV. 2008: Missed the first seven games due to injury before making his first appearance as an Aztec on special teams against Colorado State ... Played in each of the final five contests with at least one stop in every outing ... Two tackles against the Rams and at BYU ... Careerbest three tackles against Utah. 2007: Redshirted the season. High School: Played safety, receiver and linebacker at Oak Park High School … Lettered three years for the Eagles, helping them to the CIF title game all three seasons … A secondteam all-state pick by CalHiSports.com as a senior … Also tabbed all-CIF first team in 2006, as well as all-Ventura County football co-MVP as a defensive back … First-team all-Tri-Valley League and picked for the all-county second team by the Ventura County Star … Team’s de-


PLAYER INFORMATION cont. at NMSU (9/11/10)* at Missouri (9/18/10)* UTAH ST. (9/25/10)* at BYU (10/9/10)* AFA (10/16/10)* at UNM (10/23/10)* at WYO (10/30/10)* CSU (11/6/10)* at TCU (11/13/10)* Utah (11/20/10)* UNLV (11/27/10)* NAVY (12/23/10)* * = Game started

fensive MVP as a senior and defensive back of the year as a junior … Team won 31 games from 2004-06, including a 12-2 mark in 2006 … Was a linebacker as a sophomore, before playing both wideout and safety as a junior and senior … As a senior, had 51 tackles and six picks, while making 37 receptions for 450 yards … Also ran 14 times for 75 yards and had five TDs … Career-best 65 tackles and added four picks and two caused fumbles in 2005. Personal: Born Jan. 1, 1989, in Burbank, Calif. ... Son of Kevin and Marti Ketchum ... Brother Gavin was a wide receiver at UCLA from 2005-09 ... Is an English major.

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Joined the team as a walk-on during 2010 fall camp ... Is the backup at long snapper ... SDSU scholar-athlete. 2010: Made the travel squad, but redshirted the season. High School: Played on the defensive line at Campbell Hall in addition to his long-snapping duties ... An all-Alpha League selection during his junior and senior years ... Named secondteam all-CIF while serving as team captain in his senior campaign. Personal: Born Sept. 7, 1992, in Los Angeles, Calif ... Son of Barbara and Roy Koletsky ... Also considered attending Idaho State, BYU and Occidental ... Is a business major.

KETCHUM’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2008 5 5-4-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2009 9 7-7-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2010 13 33-19-52 2.5-6 0.5-1 0-0 2 0 0 Totals 26 45-30-75 2.5-6 0.5-1 0-0 2 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 6, three times; TFL: 1.5 at Missouri (9/18/10); Sacks: 0.5 at Missouri (9/18/10); PBU: 1 vs. Utah St. (9/25/10), vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); Blocked Kick: 1 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10).

KETCHUM GAME-BY-GAME CAL POLY (8/30/08) at ND (9/6/08) at SJSU (9/13/08) IDAHO (9/27/08) at TCU (10/4/08) AFA (10/11/08) at UNM (10/18/08) CSU (10/25/08) at WYO (11/1/08) at BYU (11/8/08) UTAH (11/15/08) UNLV (11/22/08) at UCLA (9/5/09) SUU (9/12/09) at Idaho (9/19/09) at AFA (9/26/09)* NMSU (10/3/09) BYU (10/17/09) at CSU (10/24/09) UNM (10/31/09) TCU (11/7/09) WYO (11/14/09) at UTAH (11/21/09) at UNLV (11/28/09) NICHOLLS (9/4/10)*

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One of several underclassmen in the Aztec wide receiving corps ... Was listed on the postspring depth chart at the ‘X’ receiver slot. 2010: Did not compete in his first year on campus. High School: Garnered first-team offense all-Central League accolades his final two years and second-team accolades as a sophomore at Madison High School ... Led his squad in receptions (25), yards (493) and touchdowns (6) ... On the defensive side of the ball, had 30 tackles (20 solo) and five pass breakups ... As a junior, tallied a squad-best 21 receptions for 496 yards and 10 touchdowns ... Grabbed a team-high 21 catches for 295 yards and three scores as a sophomore ... The Warhawks boasted a 30-6 record and three Central League titles over his three seasons ... A three-star signee by Rivals.com ... Earned a Scouts, Inc. grade of 74 on ESPN.com ... Also excelled in both basketball (averaged 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven steals per game) and track and field (11.25 for 100 meters) at Madison. Personal: Born Jan. 25, 1991, in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Tiffany Reynolds and Steve Billingslea ... Picked the Aztecs over Colorado State, Montana State, Nevada and Utah State ... Majoring in social science.

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Player Profiles Played on special teams and on defense as a redshirt freshman a year ago ... Listed as one of the backups at one warrior spot at the conclusion of 2011 spring drills. 2010: Saw field time in 10 of 13 games, including the final eight ... Collegiate debut came in the opener with Nicholls, making two solo tackles ... Played against Utah State, but did not record any stops ... One tackle vs. both Air Force and New Mexico ... Season-high three stops and his first career pass breakup at Wyoming ... First interception came against third-ranked TCU ... Had two solo efforts in the loss to Utah. 2009: Redshirted as a true freshman. High School: A second-team CIF selection in 2008 at Lutheran High … Named a “Top 5 to Watch in 2008” by ocvarsity.com … A first-team defensive back choice for the Orange County Register all-Orange County team … Had 12 interceptions his final two seasons … Named the most dedicated player of his prep team … Selected as a second-team all-Trinity League pick in 2008 … A CIF first-team selection in 2007 … An all-county pick at defensive back after his junior season at Trabuco Hills … Named the defensive MVP of the Sea View League in 2007 … Trinity League champion in the long jump in 2007. Personal: Born Sept. 27, 1991, in Harbor City, Calif. ... Son of Marvin Dean and Kyla Chappell-Dean ... Has six sisters ... Also received recruiting interest from Washington and Boise State ... Majoring in sociology.

LEMON’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2010 10 8-2-10 0-0 0-0 1-0 1 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 3 at Wyoming (10/30/10); INT: 1 at TCU (11/13/10); PBU: 1 at Wyoming (10/30/10).

A strong-armed passer who made his Aztec debut in 2008 and has been the starter ever since ... Started 36 games overall - second-most by a QB in school history ... Set the SDSU record for most consecutive starts by a signalcaller with 31 and counting ... Thrown for over 2,500 yards in each of his three campaigns ... First Aztec to pass for over 3,000 yards in backto-back years since Billy Blanton (1995-96) ... Second in SDSU history in career passing yards (9,537), completions (724), attempts (1,285), passing TDs (67) and total offense (9,305) ... Lindy’s tabbed him as the 2011 preseason MWC Offensive Player of the Year and as having the “strongest arm” in the MWC for the second consecutive season ... Rated the sixth-best quarterback nationally by Lindy’s ... Preseason second-team all-conference by Athlon’s, Lindy’s and Phil Steele ... Rivals.com rated him as the 78th-best player in the nation regardless of position in 2011 ... Has one career 500-yard passing game, three 400-yard efforts and 12 for 300 or more yards. 2010: Started every game behind center ... Named a second-team all-MWC selection and team co-offensive player of the year ... Ranked seventh nationally in passing average (294.6/g) and 14th in total offense (292.2/g) (both No. 1 in MWC) ... His 3,830 yards passing are third in school history and most by an Aztec since 1990 ... Tossed 28 TDs, which are third in the SDSU season record book ... Started his 24th career game at quarterback for the

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Aztecs in the opener, completing 17 of his 26 pass attempts for 303 yards, no INTs and two scores ... Reached the 6,000-yard mark in career passing yardage vs. Nicholls, becoming just the fifth Aztec to reach that milestone ... Did not throw a pick for the second contest in a row at New Mexico State, completing 20 passes on a seasonhigh 42 attempts for 319 yards and a touchdown ... Saw his streak of consecutive pass attempts without an INT broken at 116 against No. 25 Missouri ... Connected on over 70 percent of his throws against Utah State, passing for 362 yards and three touchdowns ... His 82-yard TD pass to Vincent Brown in the second half is the longest of his career and was No. 11 nationally in 2010 ... Threw three TD passes for the second consecutive outing with a trio at BYU ... Logged 247 passing yards and a touchdown in the upset of No. 23 Air Force ... Also had five carries for a season-best 18 yards against the Falcons ... Threw two touchdowns in the victory at New Mexico, posting 249 yards through the air ... Had a season-high 365 yards passing, including three touchdowns, in the victory at Wyoming ... Threw for 171 yards and a touchdown against Colorado State ... Threw for 262 yards and two touchdowns at No. 3 TCU ... Started his 29th consecutive game against Utah, breaking the previous school record of 28 by Billy Blanton (Oct. 15, 1994-Nov. 28, 1996) ... Had a career-high 528 yards passing and four touchdowns in the game ... The 528 yards ranks fourth in school history and are the most since David Lowery threw for a school-record 568 vs. BYU in 1991 ... Went over 3,000 yards for the season in the Utah game to become the third SDSU player to do so in consecutive campaigns ... Was 22for-30 for 338 yards and four touchdowns against UNLV and earned MWC Offensive Playerof-the-Week accolades ... Completed 78 percent of his passes against Navy, going 18-for-23 for 276 yards and two touchdowns. 2009: Team co-offensive player of the year with DeMarco Sampson ... Ranked second in the conference and 19th nationally in passing yards per game (254.5) ... Was 39th in NCAA Division I in total offense (243.6 ypg.) ... His 3,054 passing yards were the most ever by an Aztec sophomore and 10th in school single-season history ... His 437 passing attempts are sixth in season record book, while his 23 passing scores are seventh ... 2009 Manning Award Watch List ... SDSU’s starting quarterback for the 12th time in his career against UCLA ... Threw for 238 yards with a pair of touchdowns, including a career-long 78-yard strike to Vincent Brown ... Accounted for three scores vs. Southern Utah, throwing two TDs and recording his second career rushing touchdown vs. Southern Utah ... Completed 20 of 30 attempts for 287 yards in the win over the Thunderbirds ... Missed part of the Idaho game due to injury, but still managed to throw for 200 yards, completing 21 of his 35 pass attempts with a touchdown ... Then season-best 25 completions on 41 attempts for 284 yards and two TDs at Air Force ... Lone TD pass vs. NMSU proved to be the game-winner in the fourth quarter ... Then season-best 298 passing yards (21-for-33) and three touchdowns against No. 18 BYU ... Career performance in leading SDSU to a 42-28 win at Colorado State, throwing for 459 yards (29for-43) and a league-record six touchdowns to earn MWC co-POW honors ... The 459 yards are the most by a player in the MWC in 2009, rank 12th (tied) nationally and are 12th in school single-game history ... Another three-TD effort in leading the team to a win over New Mexico ... Threw for 164 yards and a TD against TCU ... Was 18-for-29 for 200 yards versus Wyoming ... Did not have a touchdown pass against the Cowboys, though, breaking a streak of 15 consecutive outings with at least one passing score (he missed the game in 2008 vs. AFA due to injury) ... Threw for 341 yards vs. UNLV, including a long of 64 yards to Jon Toledo. 2008: Team offensive MVP ... Started 11 contests in his first year of competition ... Threw for 2,653 yards and 16 touchdowns ... Four games with 300+ yards passing ... Ranked 24th nationally in passing average and 42nd in total offense ... Became just the second freshman to start a season-opening game at SDSU, joining Todd Santos ... Completed 27 of his 45 pass attempts for 352 yards and three touchdowns in his debut ... All numbers were the most by


PLAYER INFORMATION cont. an Aztec freshman in his first career start ... A week later, attempted 59 passes against Notre Dame, tying for third in the SDSU single-game record book ... Also set an MWC freshman record and tied for fifth overall in conference game history with his 59 attempts ... Completed 29 of those 59 attempts for 274 yards and a TD, while adding his first career rushing score to put the Aztecs up 7-0 ... Another record-setting performance, throwing for 433 yards (24-for38) and four touchdowns in the victory against Idaho ... His 433 yards were the most by a freshman in the nation in 2008 and sixth overall ... Is the 14th player in school history to record a 400yard passing game ... Named MWC Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts ... Starter vs. TCU, but left the game due to a shoulder injury in the first quarter after completing four of his eight passes for 37 yards ... Missed the Air Force game due to injury ... Returned against New Mexico, throwing for 156 yards and a 15-yard TD ... Completed 24 of his 33 pass attempts for 166 yards and a 10-yard TD pass to Vincent Brown against CSU ... Attempted over 50 passes for the second time with 52 at Wyoming, throwing for 311 yards and a touchdown ... Threw for 160 yards and a touchdown at BYU ... Completed 23 passes for 247 yards and two TDs vs. No. 8 Utah ... Led SDSU to a win over UNLV by throwing for 387 yards and two scores ... Completed 35 of his 50 pass attempts with no interceptions ... His 35 completions tie for third in the SDSU single-game record book ... Became the 14th Aztec in school history with three or more 300-yard passing games ... Set a freshman game record vs. the Rebels for pass completions, surpassing the previous high of 29, that he had against Notre Dame. 2007: Traveled but did not see action as a true freshman. High School: Played two seasons of varsity football at El Capitan High School under coach Ron Burner … As a senior, completed 61 percent of his passes (235-for-385) for 3,521 yards, including 35 touchdowns … 2006 CalHiSports second-team all-state and first-team pick for Division III … League, CIF, San Diego Union-Tribune and Breitbard Hall of Champions Offensive Player of the Year as a senior … Russ Saunders Award recipient, given to the county’s top senior student-athlete in football by the Hall of Champions ... Helped the Vaqueros to a league title and an 11-1 record in 2006, the best in school history … Threw for 417 yards in a single game in 2006, the eighth-highest passing total in section history … His junior season, threw for over 2,000 yards and tossed 14 TD passes … Career totals include 5,741 yards passing and 49 touchdowns … Two-time team captain … Rated the 34th-best quarterback nationally and the No. 97 player overall in California by Rivals.com … Scout.com listed him among the top 50 quarterback recruits in the nation and No. 6 in California … Ranked No. 62 overall by SuperPrep Magazine in the state … An honor student, who ranked in the top six percent of his class and garnered first-team all-academic honors by the San Diego Union-Tribune two straight years ... Also played baseball at El Cap. Personal: Born June 22, 1989, in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Tim and Kay Linn Lindley … Father, Tim, played water polo at Occidental College ... Major is social science teaching.

LINDLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G Att. Com. INT Yds. TDs Eff. Tot. Off. 2008 11 427 242 9 2,653 16 117.01 2,591 2009 12 437 239 16 3,054 23 123.44 2,923 2010 13 421 243 14 3,830 28 149.43 3,799 Totals 36 1,285 724 39 9,537 67 129.82 9,305 Career Highs: Attempts: 59 at Notre Dame (9/6/08); Completions: 36 vs. Utah (11/20/10); Passing Yards: 528 vs. Utah (11/20/10); Long Pass: 90 vs. Utah (11/20/10); TDs Passing: 6 at CSU (10/24/09); TDs Rushing: 1 vs. S. Utah (9/12/09), at Notre Dame (9/6/08).

LINDLEY GAME-BY-GAME CAL POLY (8/30/08)* at ND (9/6/08)* at SJSU (9/13/08)* IDAHO (9/27/08)* at TCU (10/4/08)* AFA (10/11/08) at UNM (10/18/08)* CSU (10/25/08)* at WYO (11/1/08)* at BYU (11/8/08)* UTAH (11/15/08)* UNLV (11/22/08)* at UCLA (9/5/09)* SUU (9/12/09)* at Idaho (9/19/09)* at AFA (9/26/09)* NMSU (10/3/09)* BYU (10/17/09)* at CSU (10/24/09)* UNM (10/31/09)* TCU (11/7/09)* WYO (11/14/09)* at UTAH (11/21/09)* at UNLV (11/28/09)* NICHOLLS (9/4/10)* at NMSU (9/11/10)* at Missouri (9/18/10)* UTAH ST. (9/25/10)* at BYU (10/9/10)* AFA (10/16/10)* at UNM (10/23/10)* at WYO (10/30/10)* CSU (11/6/10)* at TCU (11/13/10)* UTAH (11/20/10)* UNLV (11/27/10)* NAVY (12/23/10)* * = Game started

Att. 45 59 29 38 8

Com. 27 29 10 24 4

37 33 52 20 41 50 45 30 35 41 27 33 29 38 34 29 37 45 26 42 44 24 34 26 37 32 23 26 54 30 18

18 24 28 36 23 35 18 20 21 25 7 21 43 22 16 18 17 25 17 20 20 17 20 14 18 16 14 11 36 22 23

Passing INT Yds. TDs 2 352 3 1 274 1 0 140 0 1 433 4 0 37 0 DNP-INJ 1 156 1 1 166 1 0 311 1 1 160 1 2 247 2 0 387 2 3 238 2 0 287 2 1 200 1 4 284 2 1 123 1 1 298 3 0 459 6 0 253 3 2 164 1 0 200 0 2 207 1 2 341 1 0 303 2 0 319 1 1 190 0 1 362 3 1 220 3 1 247 1 1 249 2 2 365 3 2 171 1 2 262 2 3 528 4 0 338 4 0 276 2

Att. 6 2 6 3 3

Rushing Yds. -16 -6 -23 25 -7

TDs 0 1 0 0 0

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

-10 -4 -18 0 0 -3 0 2 -10 -28 -9 -10 -9 -31 0 0 -19 -17 0 0 -6 3 -9 18 3 -5 -10 -23 -10 0 18

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Switched to the offensive side of the ball over the summer ... Originally ended spring drills No. 2 at one of the cornerback spots. 2010: Played 11 games on defense and special teams, making eight tackles, including seven solo efforts ... Collegiate debut vs. Nicholls ... First career tackle vs. Utah State ... Also made one stop against BYU, Air Force, New Mexico, Colorado State, TCU, Utah and Navy. 2009: Did not play, redshirting the campaign. High School: A three-year starter for coach John Marin at Diamond Bar High School … Was an all-league pick on both offense (second-team wide receiver) and defense (first-team defensive back) in 2008 … Named the Diamond Bar High defensive player of the year after recording 58 total tackles and five interceptions his senior season … Grabbed 26 receptions for 367 yards (14.1 average) and two scores in 2008 … Received a Sierra League honorable mention nod in 2007 … Had 31 tackles and 13 pass breakups as a junior in 2007 … Also competed in track and field … A Sierra League third-place finisher in the 300-meter hurdles in 2008 ... A CIF first-round qualifier in the same event … A scholar-athlete and an all-league academic selection. Personal: Born April 5, 1991, in Diamond Bar, Calif. ... Son of Janice Johnson-Lockett and Frederick Lockett ... Brother, Bret, played football at UCLA and is currently a member of the New England Patriots ... Also considered Oregon State … Major is communications.

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Player Profiles LOCKETT’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT 2010 11 7-1-8 Career Highs: Tackles: 1, eight times.

TFL-Yds. 0-0

Sacks 0-0

Int. PBU FF FR 0-0 0 0 0

Wyoming and had one tackle ... First career sack at BYU, recording seven total tackles on the afternoon. High School: Recorded 68 tackles, 4.5 sacks, a blocked punt and a fumble recovery as a senior at Morro Bay High School under coach John Andree … 2007 first-team pick on the defensive line by CalHiSports.com … Named the Los Padres League Lineman of the Year in 2007 … All-San Luis Obispo County first team defensive lineman and all-CIF-SS Northwest Division defensive team honors … The Pirates had a 10-0 regular season record and won their first outright Los Padres League title since 1971 during his senior campaign … Served as team captain in 2007 … Also played tight end at Morro Bay, garnering first-team all-league accolades as a junior … Member of the Pirates’ wrestling team, earning three league titles and placing fourth at the CIF meet as a junior in the heavyweight division. Personal: Born April 9, 1990, in Riverside, Calif. … Son of Julie Long ... Is a math major.

LONG’S CAREER STATISTICS

Returning starter, who will need to step up and take a leadership role on an otherwise inexperienced defensive line ... Made huge improvements a year ago ... Has played in all but one contest the last three years as both a reserve and starter ... Pressed into extensive duty as a true freshman in 2008. 2010: Starter in 10 of 13 outings, including the last seven contests ... Midseason and postseason all-MWC third team by Phil Steele Magazine ... Career-high six tackles for loss and had 30 stops overall ... Started his first game since his freshman campaign, doing so at defensive tackle against Nicholls ... Had two stops, including one behind the line of scrimmage, in the win vs. the Colonels ... Tied for team lead with eight tackles at NMSU, highlighted by a sack for a seven-yard loss ... Two stops and a half TFL at No. 25 Missouri ... Two tackles for loss as a reserve in the win over Utah State ... Made a stop behind the line of scrimmage in the first four contests of 2010 ... Two tackles vs. BYU and Air Force ... Starter at New Mexico and Wyoming ... Had a tackle in 20 straight games, a streak that was stopped against Colorado State ... Blocked his first career field goal attempt against CSU ... Recovered his first career fumble in the end zone and added an assisted tackle at TCU ... Had four tackles against UNLV, including 1.5 for a loss and a half sack ... Made two stops vs. Navy. 2009: Played all 12 contests as a reserve on the defensive line ... Posted 23 tackles and 1.5 sacks ... Had at least one stop in all 12 outings ... One tackle in each of first four games ... Tallied a sack for a loss of six yards in the opener with UCLA ... Two stops in the win over NMSU and four vs. BYU ... Contributed two tackles, including a half sack, against New Mexico ... Had two tackles (one solo) vs. TCU ... Made one stop against Wyoming ... Made a season-high five tackles at Utah ... Concluded 2009 with two tackles at UNLV. 2008: One of two true freshmen to log a start ... Started seven total contests and was a reserve in four others ... Compiled 37 tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack ... Saw action in the team’s opener with Cal Poly as a reserve ... Made four tackles ... Injured his ankle vs. the Mustangs and played limited minutes at Notre Dame ... DNP at San Jose State ... Logged an assisted tackle in his first career start vs. Idaho ... Best performance of the season at TCU, making nine tackles ... Six assisted stops against Air Force ... Starter at UNM, making five tackles ... Had four tackles with his first career stop for a loss vs. CSU ... Starter again at

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Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU 2008 11 14-23-37 2.0-8 1.0-7 0-0 0 2009 12 12-11-23 1.5-8 1.5-8 0-0 0 2010 13 16-14-30 6.0-18 1.5-7 0-0 0 Totals 36 42-48-90 9.5-34 4.0-22 0-0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 9 at TCU (10/4/08); TFL: 2.0 vs. Utah St. (9/25/10); three times; FR: 1 at TCU (11/13/10); Blocked Kicks: 1 vs. CSU (11/6/10).

LONG GAME-BY-GAME CAL POLY (8/30/08) at ND (9/6/08) at SJSU (9/13/08) IDAHO (9/27/08) at TCU (10/4/08) AFA (10/11/08) at UNM (10/18/08) CSU (10/25/08) at WYO (11/1/08) at BYU (11/8/08) UTAH (11/15/08) UNLV (11/22/08) at UCLA (9/5/09) SUU (9/12/09) at Idaho (9/19/09) at AFA (9/26/09) NMSU (10/3/09) BYU (10/17/09) at CSU (10/24/09) UNM (10/31/09) TCU (11/7/09) WYO (11/14/09) at UTAH (11/21/09) at UNLV (11/28/09) NICHOLLS (9/4/10)* at NMSU (9/11/10)* at Missouri (9/18/10)* UTAH ST. (9/25/10) at BYU (10/9/10) AFA (10/16/10) at UNM (10/23/10)* at WYO (10/30/10)* CSU (11/6/10)* at TCU (11/13/10)* UTAH (11/20/10)* UNLV (11/27/10)* NAVY (12/23/10)* * = Game started

G 1 1

UA-AT-TT 1-3-4 0-0-0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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

TFL-Yds. 0-0 0-0 DNP-CD 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-1 0-0 1.0-7 0-0 0-0 1.0-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-1 1.0-7 0.5-1 2.0-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.5-5 0-0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Sacks: 1.0,

Sacks 0-0 0-0

Int. PBU FF FR 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-7 0-0 0-0 1.0-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-3 0-0

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

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

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

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


PLAYER INFORMATION cont.

Joined the team during the 2008 fall semester ... Local product, who adds depth at cornerback. 2010: Did not compete as a sophomore. 2009: Practiced with the team, but didn’t see any game action. 2008: Redshirted as a true freshman. High School: Played high school football at Otay Ranch High School in Chula Vista, Calif. … Also participated in wrestling and track and field … Graduated with honors. Personal: Born Oct. 19, 1990, in San Diego, Calif. … Son of Derek and Margarita Mack … Majoring in computer engineering.

In contention for starting time again on the offensive line ... Has played both tackle and guard at SDSU ... Was second on the depth chart at left tackle after 2011 spring drills ... SDSU Scholar-Athlete. 2010: Played in three of the first four games as a reserve. 2009: Started at both left tackle and left guard ... Played in the first 10 contests ... One of four Aztecs to earn a start in their first collegiate game on Sept. 5 at UCLA ... Started at left guard vs. the Bruins, Southern Utah and Idaho ... Moved to starting left tackle the next five outings ... Played in each of the next two games, but did not play at Utah or at UNLV. 2008: Missed the entire year due to injury. 2007: Dressed but did not see any field time in the 12 games. High School: Played three years of varsity football for the Kapolei High School Hurricanes under head coach Darren Hernandez … A Star-Bulletin all-state selection and an Oahu Interscholastic Association West Division pick as a senior ... Ranked 40th nationally by Scout.com and 61st by Rivals.com among high school offensive line prospects … Rated as the No. 11 player overall in the state of Hawaii by Rivals.com. Personal: Born July 3, 1989, in Honolulu, Hawaii ... Son of Jennifer and Failaua Matamua ... Is double majoring in sociology and political science.

Starter at cornerback (2 tackles) and also returned punts (3 for 33 yards) in the opener against Nicholls ... Three assisted tackles in the win over New Mexico State ... Second career interception and first of the season at No. 25 Missouri ... Posted four stops, two PBUs and returned two punts for 13 yards against the Tigers ... Career-best and team game-high seven tackles, including three for a loss of 20 yards, in the win vs. Utah State ... Second INT of the season in the end zone at BYU ... Outstanding effort in the upset of No. 23 Air Force, contributing three solo tackles with one for a loss and breaking up three pass attempts ... Five stops in the win at UNM ... Two TFLs, including a sack for a loss of 11 yards, in the victory at Wyoming ... Tied his career high with seven tackles and added a PBU and a TFL vs. Colorado State ... Had another seven-tackle game with two PBUs at TCU ... Made four stops with a PBU vs. Utah ... Had five stops against UNLV ... Posted one tackle in the Poinsettia Bowl victory. 2009: Only true freshman to play in all 12 contests for the Aztecs a year ago ... Started six games, including each of the first five ... MWC all-freshman squad by Rivals.com ... Logged 26 tackles, including at least one in every outing ... Had a sack, an interception and blocked a pair of kicks ... One of two true freshmen to start against UCLA ... Earned the nod at left cornerback, making two tackles and adding a blocked extra point ... In his second start vs. Southern Utah, blocked another kick and returned it after a lateral for a defensive extra point ... Also added two stops against the T-Birds ... Two solo tackles as a starter at Idaho and a season-best five stops at Air Force ... Recorded his first career interception in the win over New Mexico State, returning it 39 yards to set up and SDSU field goal ... Came off the bench for the first time vs. BYU, logging only one solo tackle ... Starter at left cornerback at Colorado State and a reserve against UNM ... Also played against TCU and Wyoming ... Recorded his first career sack vs. Wyoming ... Had an assisted stop at Utah and in the finale at UNLV. High School: Recorded 32 receptions for an average of 16.3 yards per catch, including seven touchdowns in 2008 at St. John Bosco in Bellflower, Calif. … Was selected to the Trinity League first-team defense after he recorded 48 tackles and four interceptions in 2008 … Caught a season-high seven passes for 108 yards against Lutheran High. Personal: Born Oct. 26, 1990, in Bellflower, Calif. ... Son of Mia Price McFadden and Leon McFadden ... Has three sisters ... Father, Leon, played professional baseball with the Houston Astros organization ... Also drew interest from BYU, Washington, Utah State, Idaho and Sacramento State ... Majoring in communications.

McFADDEN’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics 2009 2010 Totals

G 12 13 25

UA-AT-TT 17-9-26 38-17-55 55-26-81

TFL-Yds. Sacks 1.0-5 1.0-5 7.0-40 1.0-11 8.0-45 2.0-16

Int. PBU FF FR 1-39 0 0 0 2-0 12 0 0 3-39 12 0 0

Punt Returns Att. Yds. TD Avg. Long 2010 5 46 0 9.2 23 Career Highs: Tackles: 7, three times; TFL: 3.0 vs. Utah St. (9/25/10); Sacks: 1.0 vs. Wyoming (11/14/09), at Wyoming (10/30/10); INT: 1, three times; PBU: 3 vs. Air Force (10/16/10); Blocked Kicks: 1 vs. S. Utah (9/12/09), at UCLA (9/5/09).

McFADDEN GAME-BY-GAME Has become one of the top corners in the MWC in just two short seasons ... Originally signed as a wide receiver, but converted to defensive back full time during 2009 fall camp ... 2009 and 2010 MWC all-academic selection ... 2011 preseason first-team all-conference pick by Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon, Lindy’s Sports and Phil Steele ... Also has contributed in the return game ... SDSU scholar-athlete. 2010: Started every game at cornerback and also served as a punt returner ... Named a firstteam all-MWC selection ... Phil Steele postseason all-MWC first team ... Led the league and tied for 17th nationally in passes defended per game (1.08) ... Ranked third on the team in tackles with 55 and in stops for loss with 7.0 ... One of three Aztecs with two interceptions ...

at UCLA (9/5/09)* SUU (9/12/09)* at Idaho (9/19/09)* at AFA (9/29/09)* NMSU (10/3/09)* BYU (10/14/09) at CSU (10/24/09)* UNM (10/31/09)

G 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

UA-AT-TT 1-1-2 2-0-2 2-0-2 3-2-5 1-1-2 1-0-1 1-1-2 2-1-3

TFL-Yds. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Sacks 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Int. PBU FF FR 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1-39 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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Player Profiles TCU (11/7/09) WYO (11/14/09) at UTAH (11/21/09) at UNLV (11/28/09) NICHOLLS (9/4/10)* at NMSU (9/11/10)* at Missouri (9/18/10)* UTAH ST. (9/25/10)* at BYU (10/9/10)* AFA (10/16/10)* at UNM (10/23/10)* at WYO (10/30/10)* CSU (11/6/10)* at TCU (11/13/10)* UTAH (11/20/10)* UNLV (11/27/10)* NAVY (12/28/10)* * = Game started

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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

0-0 1.0-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 3.0-20 0-0 1.0-3 0-0 2.0-14 1.0-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 1.0-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

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

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

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

Back-up behind prep teammate Alec Johnson at center following the conclusion of 2011 spring drills ... Saw his first field time a year ago as a reserve ... Did not play in 2009 and redshirted in 2008. 2010: Appeared in his first two collegiate games on the offensive line vs. Nicholls and UNLV. 2009: Did not see any action. 2008: Used his redshirt season. High School: Rated the No. 40 offensive guard prospect in the nation by Scouts, Inc. out of J.K. Mullen High School in Denver… A three-star recruit by Rivals.com … 2007 PrepColorado All-State second team offense … Second-team all-league his senior year … Mustangs went a combined 25-2 and 14-0 in conference play his final two seasons under coach Dave Logan, claiming a pair of Centennial League titles … Team advanced to the state 5A championship game from 2004-06 and the state semifinals his senior season … Competed in the throws events in track and field. Personal: Born May 28, 1990, in Denver, Colo. ... Son of Lana and Jim Miller ... Mother was an all-state volleyball player in Nebraska, while his father competed in football and baseball at the University of Rhode Island ... Major is social science.

A hard-nosed runner, who can get yardage after contact and is tough to bring down ... Saw a lot of action during 2011 spring drills after redshirting 2010. 2010: Did not play in any games and utilized his redshirt campaign. High School: Finished his senior season with 1,936 rushing yards on 269 carries (7.2 avg.) and 23 touchdowns at Charter Oak High School ... Helped the Chargers compile a 13-1 record during his senior campaign ... Earned offensive MVP and all-Miramonte League honors for his effort ... 2009 Player of the Year by the San Gabriel Valley Tribune ... His junior season

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was just as good as his team went 13-0-1, and he had 230 rushes for 1,922 yards (8.4 avg.) and 29 touchdowns ... Charter Oak won its conference title all four seasons and CIF twice ... The Chargers were 36-3-2 in his three years and were 26-1-1 with him as the starting running back ... His prep career totals included 4,552 yards rushing, 61 touchdowns and 7.83 yards per carry average over three seasons ... A three-star recruit with 40-inch vertical leap by Rivals.com ... Earned a Scouts, Inc. grade of 69 ... Also participated in track. Personal: Born June 20, 1992, in Pasadena, Calif ... Son of Trina Powell ... Chose San Diego State over the likes of Colorado, Fresno State, Nevada, Utah, UTEP, Washington and Washington State ... Is an exercise and nutritional sciences major.

Athletic target, who should get field time as a redshirt sophomore ... Ended 2011 spring drills behind Dylan Denso at the Z receiver spot ... One of six current Aztec players to graduate from Oceanside High ... Four-time SDSU scholar-athlete. 2010: Did not play in any games in his second year on campus. 2009: Redshirted as a true freshman. High School: Had 37 receptions and five touchdowns for Oceanside High head coach John Carroll … Selected to the second-team offense by the San Diego Hall of Champions … Led Oceanside to four consecutive Division II San Diego Section championships … Helped the Pirates to a 12-0-1 record and No. 19 national ranking in 2008 … Also led the Pirates to the California State Division II Bowl Title in 2007, the first San Diego Section team to do so ... Competed for the basketball team ... Had above a 4.0 GPA as a prep. Personal: Born Jan. 27, 1991, in Harbor City, Calif. ... Son of Estela and Javier Nicholas ... Brother, Javier, spent some time as a wideout with the SDSU football team ... Sister, Nadya, swam at Howard University ... Also recruited by Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona State, Oregon State and several Ivy League schools ... Majoring in criminal justice.

Joined the Aztecs for the 2011 spring semester ... Attended Sacramento State during the fall of 2010, but did not participate in football ... Was running third at the warrior position after spring drills ... Prep teammate of SDSU wideout Jay Waddell. High School: Attended Hesperia High School, where he lettered three years in football and served as a team captain as a senior ... Hesperia won its league title his junior campaign and was runner-up his sophomore and senior seasons ... Combined for six interceptions and 14 pass breakups in 2008 and 2009 ... Selected to the High Desert All-Star game and was a first-team all-league pick ... Also lettered in track. Personal: Born Aug. 19, 1992, in Riverside, Calif. ... Son of Nimi Abili McCoy and Jide Oladapo ... Cousin, Galvin Emesibe, plays football at UC Davis, while his other cousin, Melvin Emesibe, is on the roster at UCLA ... Full name is Olafemi Joseph Oladapo ... Is majoring in accounting.


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Excellent athlete who runs well and will give the Aztecs much needed depth on the defensive line ... Moved outside from defensive tackle to defensive end. 2010: Redshirted as a true freshman. High School: Helped La Quinta High, under head coach Dan Armstrong, to three league titles and one runner-up finish over his four seasons ... Was a three-time all-league selection and two-time all-CIF pick ... Named the league's lineman of the year ... Two-year captain ... A three-star recruit according to Rivals.com. Personal: Born Feb. 12, 1992, in Long Beach, Calif ... Son of Debbie Woods and Carl Walker ... Chose San Diego State over Colorado, Fresno State, Nevada, New Mexico State and UNLV ... Has yet to decide on his major.

returned two punts for nine yards against Colorado State ... Had three tackles and a careerhigh two PBU’s at TCU .... Also had two punt returns for 33 yards, including a career-long 29yard return ... Tied his career high with four tackles against Utah ... Recorded three stops vs. UNLV ... Made three tackles against Navy. 2009: Appeared in all 12 contests as a reserve defensive back ... Posted 20 tackles, recovered a fumble and had two pass break-ups ... Made his Aztec debut as a reserve against UCLA, tallying one PBU ... Four stops and a PBU in the win over Southern Utah ... Made three tackles in the losses at Idaho and Air Force ... Two stops in the win at Colorado State ... Two solo efforts and returned a fumble 65 yards to set up a field goal in the second quarter of the loss to Wyoming ... Made three total tackles in the final two outings of the season. At Grossmont: Played just one season at Grossmont College in El Cajon in 2008 ... Had 38 tackles and three interceptions with the Griffins to earn honorable mention all-Southern Conference honors. High School: Prepped at St. Augustine High School in San Diego ... First-team all-league pick, who played both sides of the ball and returned kicks ... Helped the Saints to a 10-3 overall record and a CIF section title in 2006 ... Had 45 receptions, 44 tackles and eight interceptions as a senior ... Originally signed and redshirted as a wide receiver at Sacramento State in 2007. Personal: Born Jan. 17, 1989 ... Majoring in public administration.

PARKER’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics 2009 2010 Totals

G 12 12 23

UA-AT-TT 11-9-20 18-7-25 29-16-45

TFL-Yds. 0-0 1.0-4 1.0-4

Sacks 0-0 0-0 0-0

Int. PBU FF 0 2 0 0 4 1 0 6 1

FR 1-65 1-0 2-65

Punt Returns Att. Yds. TD Avg. Long 2010 19 117 0 6.2 29 Career Highs: Tackles: 4 vs. S. Utah (9/12/09), vs. Utah (11/20/10); TFL: 1.0 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); PBU: 2 at TCU (11/13/10); FF: 1 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); FR: 1 vs. Wyoming (11/14/09); Long Punt Return: 29 at TCU (11/13/10).

SDSU’s primary punt returner and a back-up at cornerback a year ago ... Only JC signee in the 2009 recruiting class ... Played in all but one outing in his first two seasons ... Secondteam preseason all-conference by Phil Steele as a punt returner. 2010: Appeared in 12 of 13 contests, tallying a career-high 25 tackles ... Only Aztec to force and recover a fumble ... Third in the MWC in punt return average (6.2 ypr.) to earn postseason third-team honors from Phil Steele ... Had two tackles against Nicholls and one apiece in the other three games ... Missed the Utah State contest due to injury ... Forced a fumble vs. Nicholls and recovered a fumble at BYU ... Long of 14 yards in the opener and posted a 13yard return against BYU ... Season-best three stops in the win over Air Force ... His 22-yard punt return led to a touchdown in the team’s victory at Wyoming ... Recorded one tackle and

A left-footed kicker, who earned the starting job right away on field goals and kickoffs ... Regularly puts the ball in or out of the back of the end zone on kickoffs ... Improved his accuracy throughout the year and has made eight consecutive field goals entering 2011 ... Preseason first-team all-league selection by Athlon Sports and Lindy’s. 2010: Earned second-team all-MWC honors, becoming the first Aztec place-kicker named first- or second-team all-league since 1985 ... Had a league-best 28 touchbacks on kickoffs and averaged 67.4 ypk. ... Tied for 19th nationally in field goals per game and was first in the MWC ... Also No. 2 in the league in scoring behind Ronnie Hillman, tying for 37th nationally (8.1 ppg.) ... His 105 points scored were eighth in SDSU history ... Made 17 field goals to tie for third in SDSU single-season history, while his 77.3 percentage was sixth ... SDSU’s starting place-kicker against Nicholls and also handled kickoffs ... Made 2-of-3 field-goal attempts, hitting his first as an Aztec from 44 yards out and later adding a 27-yard effort ... Two field goals for the second outing in a row at New Mexico State (25, 32 yards) ... Also posted six touchbacks on his eight kickoffs against the Aggies ... Nailed four more kickoffs into the end zone at No. 25 Missouri, while also making his only field-goal attempt from 25 yards ... Two field goals (20, 37 yards) in the victory vs. Utah State ... Missed his only FG attempt at BYU from 43 yards out ... Made two of three attempts in the upset of Air Force ... Career-best three field goals at New Mexico, the most in a single game by an Aztec since 2005 ... Connected on attempts of 36, 31 and 30 yards, while also averaging a season-high 70.0 yards per kickoff with four touchbacks ... Made each of his two field goals and logged his second consecutive game with a 70.0 kickoff average ... Made a 31-yarder against New Mexico ... Was 2-for-2 in field goal attempts against UNLV, including a career-long 53-yarder ... Converted five extra points against Navy. At Southwestern: Played two years at Southwestern College ... An all-conference selection ... Was 10-for-13 on field-goal attempts, highlighted by a conversion of 55 yards ... Had 26 kickoffs sail into or out of the end zone in 2009, with four or five reported to have gone through the uprights. High School: Prepped at Castle Park High in nearby Chula Vista, where he also excelled in soccer (two-time MVP of soccer team) ... Had a career-long field goal of 64 yards.

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Player Profiles Personal: Born March 27, 1988, in Tijuana, Mexico ... Son of Alma and Hector Alvarado ... Chose San Diego State over North Carolina State, Kentucky and Idaho ... Majoring in anthropology.

PEREZ’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Stats 2010

FGM-A Pct. 01-19 17-22 .773 0-1

20-29 8-8

30-39 6-7

40-49 2-5

50-99 1-1

Lg. 53

Blk. 0

Kickoffs Att. Yds. Avg. Tb Ob 2010 86 5,797 67.4 28 1 Career Highs: Field Goals: 3 at New Mexico (10/23/10); Long Field Goal: 53 vs. UNLV (11/27/10); Touchbacks: 6 at New Mexico State (9/11/10), at Wyoming (10/30/10).

PEREZ GAME-BY-GAME NICHOLLS (9/4/10) at NMSU (9/11/10) at Missouri (9/18/10) UTAH ST. (9/25/10) at BYU (10/9/10) AFA (10/16/10) at UNM (10/23/10) at WYO (10/30/10) CSU (11/6/10) at TCU (11/13/10) UTAH (11/20/10) UNLV (11/27/10) NAVY (12/23/10)

Md. 2 2 1 2 0 2 3 2 1 0 0 2 0

Field Goals Att. Long 3 44 4 32 1 25 2 37 1 0 3 27 3 36 2 28 1 31 0 0 0 0 2 53 0 0

Blkd. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

No. 9 8 5 8 4 5 6 9 5 6 6 9 6

Kickoffs Yds. Avg. 617 68.6 554 69.2 337 67.4 543 67.9 274 68.5 312 62.4 420 70.0 630 70.0 340 68.0 411 68.5 372 62.0 610 67.8 377 62.8

TB 1 6 4 0 2 0 4 6 0 2 1 2 0

Earned playing time in the tight end rotation as a true freshman ... Big target, who could also see action at wide receiver ... Mountain West all-academic and scholar-athlete selection ... SDSU scholar-athlete. 2010: Only freshman in the 2010 signing class to log a start ... Played in 11 contests overall, starting twice ... Had five catches for 66 yards and a score ... Made his collegiate debut at No. 25 Missouri ... First reception came against Utah State and it went for a 28-yard touchdown on fourth down ... Also had another five-yard grab in the win over the Aggies ... Logged one catch at BYU (19 yards) and at New Mexico (13 yards) ... Had a one-yard reception vs. UNLV ... Participated in the Poinsettia Bowl, but did not record a catch. High School: A three-star recruit by Rivals.com at Granite Hills High ... Tabbed an all-Desert Sky League selection in 2008 and 2009 ... Named to the all-CIF Eastern Division team ... Participated in the Inland Empire All-Star Classic following his senior season ... Led the team in catches (40), yards (681 - 17.3 avg.) and touchdowns (5) as a junior ... Set seven school records at tight end ... Has experience playing defensive end ... Also competed in golf and basketball while at Granite Hills. Personal: Born June 26, 1992, in Apple Valley, Calif. ... Son of Melinda and John Quigley ... Chose San Diego State over Cal, Fresno State and UC Davis ... Majoring in civil engineering.

QUIGLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics

Receiving G No. Yds. TD Avg. 2010 11 5 66 1 6.6 Career Highs: Receptions: 2 vs. Utah State (9/25/10); Receiving Yards: 33 vs. Utah State (9/25/10); Receiving TDs: 1 vs. Utah State (9/25/10); Long Reception: 28 vs. Utah State (9/25/10).

Listed third on the depth chart at the Aztec position following 2011 spring drills ... Hard hitting defensive back, who did not play a year ago ... One of seven true freshmen to see action in 2009. 2010: Did not compete, utilizing his redshirt season. 2009: Competed in seven outings, primarily on special teams ... First collegiate contest against New Mexico State, ending up with one tackle ... Also had one stop vs. BYU and UNLV ... Two tackles vs. New Mexico and Wyoming ... Season-high three stops on defense against No. 6/4 TCU on Nov. 7. High School: A 2008 all-Metro football second-team defense selection at Inderkum High School … An honorable mention all-San Joaquin selection at defensive back by the Sacramento Chapter of the National Football Foundation … He had 63 tackles, two interceptions and 12 deflections as a senior … Also amassed 52 tackles, nine pass deflections, four blocked punts, three interceptions and a fumble recovery in 2007 … Attended the National Underclassmen Combine and was named wide receiver MVP … Also a member of the track and field team. Personal: Born April 7, 1991, in Sacramento, Calif. ... Son of Nancy and Eric Pinkins, Sr. ... Drew interest from Fresno State, California, Utah and UNLV ... Majoring in communications.

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Will look to earn a starting spot in his final year on The Mesa ... Was running No. 1 at left guard at the end of spring drills ... Has played on both special teams and at guard during his collegiate career. 2010: Appeared in the final two contests of the season. 2009: Was a reserve in nine outings, including seven of the season’s final eight games. 2008: Saw his first career action in the team’s 12 games, primarily on special teams ... First career start at BYU and vs. Utah at left guard. 2007: Redshirted as a true freshman. High School: Played on both sides of the ball for Sylmar High School under coach London Woodfin … First-team all-city as an offensive lineman and his league’s defensive lineman of the year as a senior … As a senior, had 50 tackles in just eight games, ranking second on the squad … Competed for the basketball team. Personal: Born March 18, 1989, in Mission Hills, Calif. ... Son of Juan Jose and Rosa Rivera … Plays the drums ... Major is social science.


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Should see plenty of action as a redshirt freshman in 2011 ... Highly-touted recruit who is very athletic and could play a factor in the return game ... Is currently atop the two-deep at the X receiver slot entering fall camp. 2010: Initially moved to running back during preseason camp, but moved back to wideout before the season got underway ... Ultimately ended up using his redshirt campaign. High School: Competed on both offense and defense during his time at Wilson High, lettering four times ... Caught 21 passes for 301 yards and four TDs, while gaining 758 yards on the ground and scoring 12 times on 104 rushes ... Also threw a 49-yard touchdown pass ... In the return game, he averaged 21.5 yards with a long of 65 yards on kickoffs and 18.1 yards with a long of 55 on punts ... On defense, he had 30 tackles, three pass deflections, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery ... Started at Wilson as a sophomore ... Was an all-league pick and co-offensive MVP for his team as a senior ... Also competed in track. Personal: Born March 17, 1992, in Hollywood, Calif. ... Son of John and Carol Ruffin ... Chose San Diego State over the likes of Nebraska, Arizona State, Notre Dame, Purdue, Tennessee, UCLA, Washington, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Utah State and UNLV.... Interested in majoring in sociology.

Junior college transfer who came to SDSU last year during fall camp ... Back up at the X receiver spot after 2011 spring drills. 2010: Made the travel squad, but did not play in the first 10 outings ... Aztec debut on special teams against Utah, UNLV and Navy. At Fresno City: A three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... As a freshman in 2007, had 15 catches for 217 yards and four scores. High School: A three-time letterwinner at Buchanan High School in Clovis, Calif. ... Garnered all-league and all-Valley honors his senior season after catching 43 passes for 568 yards and four touchdowns ... Served as a team captain during his senior campaign ... Also played basketball. Personal: Born April 27, 1989, in Fresno, Calif. ... Son of Katie and Todd Russell ... Brother, Todd, played football at Fresno State ... Majoring in political science.

23 ... One of three starting wideouts for the Aztecs against Nicholls, making a pair of catches for 40 yards, including a long of 29 yards ... Starter at New Mexico State, logging two receptions ... Came off the bench at No. 25 Missouri, coming down with two catches and also fielded his first career punt return ... Two more punt returns and a reception for six yards in the win over Utah State ... Made three receptions for 25 yards, including an impressive one falling out of bounds, at BYU ... Had two catches for 19 yards vs. Colorado State ... Had his streak of consecutive games with a catch snapped at four at TCU ... Had a career-high 81 receiving yards and a season-high six catches against Utah ... Made a 20-yard grab vs. UNLV ... Started in the Poinsettia Bowl, making one catch for 10 yards. 2009: Played in the last 10 games of the season, starting four of the final five outings ... Fourth on the team in receptions (26) and receiving yards (298) ... Made SDSU debut against Idaho, but did not have a reception ... First career catch at Air Force for six yards ... Had a pair of receptions against New Mexico State ... Three catches, including his first career TD (33-yarder), at Colorado State ... First career start in the win over New Mexico, making five grabs for a then career-high 70 yards, highlighted by a 30-yard catch ... Set career bests with seven receptions and 74 yards at Utah, including a 17-yd TD grab ... Finished out the year with four grabs for 52 yards with a long of 25 at UNLV. 2008: Did not see action in his first year on campus, redshirting the season. High School: Was the leading receiver at Beverly Hills High School his final two seasons, catching 54 passes for 877 yards and three scores in 2007, and recording 52 receptions for 814 yards and six touchdowns in 2006 … All-CIF pick, who also played on the defensive side of the ball for Normans’ head coach Carter Paysinger … Won the 110 and 300 meter hurdles at the Ocean League championships as a member of the track team. Personal: Born Oct. 6, 1989, in Joliet, Ill. ... Son of Cynthia Smith and Raymond Sandifer ... Major is child and family development.

SANDIFER’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics

Receiving G No. Yds. TD Avg. 2009 10 26 298 2 11.5 2010 13 23 263 0 11.4 Totals 23 49 561 2 11.5 Career Highs: Receptions: 7 at Utah (11/21/09); Receiving Yards: 81 vs. Utah (11/20/10); Receiving TDs: 1 at Utah (11/21/09), at CSU (10/24/09); Long Reception: 33 at CSU (10/24/09).

SANDIFER GAME-BY-GAME

Was slated to be the team’s top returning wide receiver, but an injury will more than likely cause him to miss the upcoming season ... Had finished spring drills atop the depth chart at the X receiver spot ... A fleet-footed athlete, who also contributes in the return game ... Made Rivals.com’s MWC all-freshmen team in 2009 ... 2011 preseason all-MWC third team by Phil Steele. 2010: Played in every game, starting six times overall ... Fifth on the squad in receptions with

at UCLA (9/5/09) SUU (9/12/09) at Idaho (9/19/09) at AFA (9/26/09) NMSU (10/3/09) BYU (10/17/09) at CSU (10/24/09) UNM (10/31/09)* TCU (11/7/09)* WYO (11/14/09)* at UTAH (11/21/09)* at UNLV (11/28/09)

No. 0 1 2 0 3 5 0 4 7 4

Receiving Yds. TD DNP-CD DNP-CD 0 0 6 0 21 0 0 0 48 1 70 0 0 0 27 0 74 1 52 0

Avg. 0.0 6.0 10.5 0.0 16.0 14.0 0.0 6.8 10.6 13.0

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Player Profiles NICHOLLS (9/4/10)* at NMSU (9/11/10)* at Missouri (9/18/10) UTAH ST. (9/25/10) at BYU (10/9/10) AFA (10/16/10) at UNM (10/23/10)* at WYO (10/30/10) CSU (11/6/10)* at TCU (11/13/10)* UTAH (11/20/10)* UNLV (11/27/10) NAVY (12/23/10)* * = Game started

2 2 2 1 3 1 1 1 2 0 6 1 1

40 9 9 6 25 22 13 9 19 0 81 20 10

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

20.0 4.5 4.5 6.0 8.3 22.0 13.0 9.0 9.5 0.0 13.5 20.0 10.0

A solid target at tight end, who played every game the last two years ... Has lined up at tight end and as a fullback and played special teams at SDSU ... Local product, he boasts the team’s highest cumulative GPA and was a conference all-academic and MWC scholar-athlete honoree the last two seasons ... A multi-time SDSU scholar-athlete, he posted a 4.0 semester grade-point average to earn the department’s Malik Award. 2010: Played in all 13 contests, starting three times ... Made two critical plays on onside kick recoveries to preserve the team’s win over Air Force ... Only two catches of the season at Wyoming, including his first career touchdown for 14 yards. 2009: Saw action in all 12 games, earning a start vs. Colorado State ... Made 11 catches for 109 yards, with eight of those receptions coming in the final five outings ... Reserve in the first three games, but did not have a catch ... Made his first career reception at Air Force for three yards ... Two catches vs. Brigham Young ... One reception for nine yards against New Mexico ... Career-best 43 yards receiving on two grabs vs. Wyoming with a long of 28 yards ... Season-high three receptions for 40 yards at UNLV. 2008: Did not see any playing time, redshirting the year. High School: Played at Bonita Vista High School under head coach Carl Parrick … Rated

68th nationally among tight end recruits by Scouts, Inc. … Mesa League's Offensive Player of the Year in 2007 and also earned first-team all-CIF recognition ... Hauled in 44 passes for 532 yards and seven touchdowns his final season … 2007 third-team all-Southern California by GoldenStatePreps.com … Played baseball and basketball for the Barons … First-team allleague for basketball as a junior … A standout student with over a 4.0 GPA … San Diego Union-Tribune all-academic team captain, who scored 1,820 on the SAT. Personal: Born March 4, 1990, in La Jolla, Calif. ... Son of Dave and Darcie Shields ... Full name is David John Shields ... Is a civil engineering major.

SHIELDS’ CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics

Receiving G No. Yds. TD Avg. 2009 12 11 109 0 9.9 2010 13 2 29 1 14.5 Totals 25 13 138 1 10.6 Career Highs: Receptions: 3 at UNLV (11/28/09); Receiving Yards: 43 vs. Wyoming (11/14/09); Receiving TDs: 1 at Wyoming (10/30/10); Longest Reception: 28 vs. Wyoming (11/14/09).

Big linebacker, who missed 2011 spring drills due to injury ... Played for the first time a year ago, primarily on special teams ... SDSU scholar-athlete and MWC all-academic selection. 2010: Saw action in all 13 of the team’s outings, making seven solo stops ... First career game in the opener with Nicholls, tallying three solo tackles ... Did not record another stat until the final two outings when he had two tackles vs. both UNLV and Navy. 2009: Did not see action as a redshirt freshman. 2008: Redshirted his first campaign on campus. High School: Received defensive player-of-the-year honors in the all-Northeast Division in 2007 at Las Vegas High School … Rated No. 47 as an inside linebacker by Scouts, Inc., and the seventh-best recruit in the state of Nevada by Scout.com … Awarded three stars and ranked 34th nationally as an inside linebacker on Rivals.com website … Three-time first-team all-state pick ... First-team all-Sunrise Region and all-Northeast Division in 2005-07 … A hardhitting player, who had over 10 sacks and 200 tackles in his final two campaigns … Recorded 94 tackles, eight sacks and two forced fumbles in 2006, when he was the first junior team captain in school history … Team won the state 4A championship in 2005 and 2006, going a combined 26-3 … Wildcats were Sunrise Region champions and advanced to the state semifinals his senior year under coach Chris Faircloth … Member of the track team. Personal: Born Oct. 30, 1989, in Rhinebeck, N.Y. ... Son of Colinda and William Shumate ... Majoring in criminal justice.

SHUMATE’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. 2010 13 7-0-7 0-0 Career Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10).

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Sacks 0-0

Int. PBU FF FR 0 0 0 0


PLAYER INFORMATION cont.

Speedy defender who pursues the ball well ... Earned the back-up spot on the post-spring two-deep at the Aztec position ... Was a 2010 MWC all-academic team honoree ... One of six current Aztec players to graduate from Oceanside High. 2010: One of four true freshmen to earn a letter ... Played in 12 of 13 outings, primarly on special teams, but also on defense ... Did not play vs. Utah ... Recorded eight total tackles ... Had one solo effort in his first collegiate game against Nicholls ... Also came up with single stops vs. New Mexico St., Utah St., Wyoming and Navy ... Career high three tackles at BYU. High School: A three-time allleague pick and two-time all-CIF selection at Oceanside High under head coach John Carroll ... Four-year letterwinner and twotime team captain who was named an all-state honoree after his senior season ... Has experience playing on both sides of the ball ... Helped Oceanside to a league title his final three years ... As a junior on offense, he gained 785 rushing yards and scored 10 touchdowns, while catching 19 balls for 251 yards and two TDs ... Also wrestled and played volleyball and basketball for the Pirates. Personal: Born May 15, 1992, in Oceanside, Calif. ... Son of Sue Siluano and Cesar Diaz ... Full name is Rene Adam Siluano Garcia ... Also considered Utah, Wyoming, Fresno State and Cal Poly during the recruiting process ... Major is criminal justice.

SILUANO’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. 2010 12 4-4-8 0-0 Career Highs: Tackles: 3 at BYU (10/9/10).

Sacks 0-0

Int. PBU FF FR 0 0 0 0

One of the nation’s top punters the last two seasons ... Preseason first-team all-league punter in 2011 by Athlon Sports, Blue Ribbon, Lindy’s and Phil Steele Magazine ... National Preseason Special Teams Watch List at punter by the College Football Performance Awards ... 2010 and 2009 Ray Guy Award Watch List ... Earned the starting punting job as a true freshman ... SDSU’s first oral commitment of the 2008 class ... Has 41 kicks for 50 or more yards in his career, landing 45 inside the 20-yard line ... An additional 50 punts have been fair caught ... Already ranks third in school history in career punting yards (7,887) and in attempts (185). 2010: Named a first-team all-MWC selection, the first Aztec punter so honored ... Tabbed the

team’s special teams player of the year ... Ranked first in the MWC and eighth nationally in punting (45.4 ypk.) ... His 45.4 average was third best in school season history ... Had 16 kicks for over 50 yards and dropped 18 inside the 20-yard line ... Had to punt just once in the first game of the year vs. Nicholls, booming it 56 yards ... Averaged 50.8 yards per punt at New Mexico State (No. 9 in SDSU single-game history), posting three of his four kicks for over 50 yards and landing two inside the 20-yard line ... Matched his career high with 10 kicks at No. 25 Missouri, averaging 45.6 yards (career high for total yards) and dropping three inside the 20yard line ... His 67-yarder vs. the Tigers matched his career best and ties as the 13th-longest in school history ... Only three punts vs. Utah State, averaging 46.0 yards with a long of 57 and landed one inside the 20 ... Dropped three of his four punts vs. Air Force inside the 20-yard line ... Landed three punts inside the 20 and had three for more than 50 yards in the win at UNM ... MWC Special Teams Player of the Week after belting an 89-yard punt at Wyoming ... His 89-yard effort is a school record, was the longest in the FBS in 2010 and is second in MWC history ... Punted twice for a 47.0 average vs. Utah ... Did not have to punt vs. UNLV ... Dropped all three of his punts inside the 20-yard line against Navy. 2009: Second-team all-Mountain West Conference ... Phil Steele’s mid-season all-MWC first team ... Ended the campaign ranked 13th nationally in punting average (43.8) and was 18th in net punting ... Of his 61 punts, 17 traveled more than 50 yards and 13 were downed inside the opponent's 20-yard-line ... Average ranked fifth in school single-season history, while his 2,674 yards were ninth all-time ... Only had seven touchbacks the entire season ... Had eight punts for an average of 44.8 yards at UCLA, including a long of 51 ... Had just two punts in the win over Southern Utah, booming one 50 yards and the other 41 yards ... Averaged 46.3 yards on three boots at Idaho with a long of 51 yards ... Hit two 57-yard punts at Air Force and also added a pair of 56-yard efforts ... Punt average of 52.5 against the Falcons is fourthbest in Aztec single-game history and a career high ... Six punts, including three that were fair caught, with an average of 44.8 in the win over NMSU ... Two 50-yard punts vs. BYU and one at CSU ... MWC Player of the Week after dropping five of his seven punts inside the 20 in the win over New Mexico ... Also tallied a 59 and 50-yard vs. the Lobos ... Had eight punts for a 47.0 avg. at Utah with his first boot going for a career-long of 67 yards ... Three of his four punts against the Utes were for at least 50 yards ... Landed three of his six kicks at UNLV inside the 20-yard line. 2008: Was the Aztecs’ starting punter in all 12 contests ... Averaged 39.5 yards a punt with a long of 65 ... Had eight kicks of more than 50 yards and dropped 14 inside the 20-yard line ... Got off to a solid start, booting his first two career punts within the Cal Poly 20-yard line in the opener ... Punted four times, averaging 39.5 yards, with a long of 49 ... Career-high eight punts at Notre Dame for 267 yards ... Had his best performance of the year, booting three balls for over 50 yards at San Jose State, including a long of 65 yards ... Averaged 45.8 yards per kick vs. the Spartans and dropped one inside the 20 ... Dropped two of his four punts inside the 20 vs. Idaho ... His 10 punts at TCU tied for seventh in SDSU game history ... Seven punts with a long of 57 yards against Air Force ... Averaged over 40 yards on eight punts at New Mexico, including a long of 48 ... Punted three times against CSU with a long of 47 yards ... Best career punt average at Wyoming, kicking five times for 248 yards (49.6) with two inside the 20-yard line ... Had three punts of more than 50 yards, including one for 57 against the Cowboys ... Had four punts at BYU with one inside the 20 ... Averaged 43.2 yards on five punts vs. No. 8 Utah, including two inside the 20 and one for 50 yards ... Concluded his first season with four kicks vs. UNLV, averaging 42.2 yards. High School: Ranked the No. 5 punter in the nation by Scout.com … Was a member of the “Chris Sailer Kicking” top-12 list … Eastern League Kicker of the Year and first-team allleague as a senior … Had punts of 61 yards and two of 51 yards, as well as five extra point conversions and three touchbacks in a Cathedral Catholic win his senior year … Cathedral won the CIF Div. III title in 2007 and ended up with a 10-2 record … Had two tackles in the championship game as a defensive back … Two-time San Diego Union-Tribune all-academic honoree … Was the Dons’ special teams player of the year as a sophomore and senior … Also played lacrosse, garnering his team’s most improved award in 2005.

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Player Profiles Personal: Born April 14, 1990, in Oceanside, Calif. ... Son of Joseph and Marcia Stahovich ... Majoring in biology.

STAHOVICH’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G No. Yds. Avg. Long TB FC I20 Blk. 2008 12 71 2,807 39.5 65 6 19 14 1 2009 12 61 2,674 43.8 67 7 15 13 1 2010 13 53 2,406 45.4 89 6 16 18 1 Totals 37 185 7,887 42.6 89 19 50 46 3 Career Highs: Punts: 10 at Missouri (9/18/10), at TCU (10/4/08); Yards: 456 at Missouri (9/18/10); Avg. (More than 1 att.): 52.5 (6-for-315) at Air Force (9/26/09); Long: 89 at Wyoming (10/30/10).

STAHOVICH GAME-BY-GAME CAL POLY (8/30/08) at ND (9/6/08) at SJSU (9/13/08) IDAHO (9/27/08) at TCU (10/4/08) AFA (10/11/08) at UNM (10/18/08) CSU (10/25/08) at WYO (11/1/08) at BYU (11/8/08) UTAH (11/15/08) UNLV (11/22/08) at UCLA (9/5/09) SUU (9/12/09) at Idaho (9/19/09) at AFA (9/26/09) NMSU (10/3/09) BYU (10/17/09) at CSU (10/24/09) UNM (10/31/09) TCU (11/7/09) WYO (11/14/09) at UTAH (11/21/09) at UNLV (11/28/09) NICHOLLS (9/4/10) at NMSU (9/11/10) at Missouri (9/18/10) UTAH ST. (9/25/10) at BYU (10/9/10) AIR FORCE (10/16/10) at UNM (10/23/10) at WYO (10/30/10) CSU (11/6/10) at TCU (11/13/10) UTAH (11/20/10) UNLV (11/27/10) NAVY (12/23/10)

No. 4 8 9 4 10 7 8 3 5 4 5 4 8 2 3 6 6 4 3 7 6 2 8 6 1 4 10 3 6 4 7 1 3 9 2 0 3

Yds. 158 267 412 118 361 272 327 116 248 143 216 169 358 91 139 315 269 189 105 300 220 63 376 249 56 203 456 138 266 173 324 89 125 361 94 0 121

Avg. 39.5 33.4 45.8 29.5 36.1 38.9 40.9 38.7 49.6 35.8 43.2 42.2 44.8 45.5 46.3 52.5 44.8 47.2 35.0 42.9 36.7 31.5 47.0 41.5 56.0 50.8 45.6 46.0 44.3 43.2 46.3 89.0 41.7 40.1 47.0 0.0 40.3

Long 49 39 65 34 47 57 48 47 57 41 50 46 51 50 51 57 50 50 54 59 45 37 67 54 56 59 67 57 54 55 61 89 44 48 50 0 47

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practice ... Is a good athlete and hard-hitter ... Continues to develop in the 3-3-5 system. 2010: Played in every game, starting twice ... Eighth on the team in tackles with 37, including 3.5 for a loss of yardage ... Was a reserve against Nicholls, but did not log any stats ... First career pass breakup at New Mexico State ... Made his first career tackles at No. 25 Missouri, coming up with four of them, including 1.5 for a loss ... Three stops the next week against Utah State ... Season-high five tackles in the MWC opener at BYU ... First career start vs. Air Force, making five stops in the winning effort ... Three solo tackles, including two for a loss of six yards, at New Mexico ... Added a tackle vs. Colorado State ... Had a career-high six tackles at TCU ... Made five stops vs. Utah and two solos against UNLV ... Started in the Poinsettia Bowl, recording two tackles. 2009: One of four true freshmen to see the field in the season-opener at UCLA ... Also logged minutes a week later vs. Southern Utah, but then did not appear in the final 10 games ... Did not post any stats. High School: A two-way standout who rushed for 1,090 yards on 132 carries and had 10 touchdowns in 2008 at Palisades High School … Also grabbed 14 catches for 205 yards and three scores … On the other side of the ball, had 69 tackles on the season … Western League Most Valuable Player in 2008 … Posted four games with 10 or more tackles in 2008, including a season-high 12 against Palos Verdes Peninsula High. Personal: Born Dec. 8, 1990, in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Son of Maria and Ambrose Stevens ... Is majoring in kinesiology.

STEVENS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2009 2 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 13 28-9-37 3.5-8 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 Totals 15 28-9-37 3.5-8 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 6 at TCU (11/13/10); TFLs: 2.0 at New Mexico (10/23/10); PBU: 1 at Wyoming (10/30/10), at NMSU (9/11/10).

Moved from middle to outside linebacker ... Ended the spring practice session as the backup behind starter Logan Ketchum ... Made an immediate impact a year ago, after not playing as a true freshman in 2009. 2010: Saw the field in all 13 contests, starting once ... Posted 30 tackles, 3.5 stops for a loss and a pair of sacks ... In his first collegiate game, tied for the team lead with five tackles against Nicholls, including a sack and 1.5 TFLs ... Four tackles at No. 25 Missouri ... Two solos in the win over Utah State ... Three tackles with one for a loss in his first career MWC game at BYU ... Made his first career start vs. Air Force ... First career fumble recovery at New Mexico ... Posted a 15-yard sack on Wyoming’s final play of the game ... Had one stop at TCU ... Tied his career high with five tackles against UNLV ... Four tackles vs. Navy. 2009: Redshirted the campaign. High School: Set Atascadero High’s single-season rushing touchdown record with 27 touch-


PLAYER INFORMATION cont. downs and finished his career with 3,533 rushing yards … Earned The Tribune player-of-theyear honors in 2008 … Named the Pac-7 League MVP his senior season … An all-CIF Southern Section tailback selection in 2008 … The 2008 San Luis Obispo County MVP … A first-team San Luis Obispo County tailback after his senior season … Finished 2008 third on the team with 60 tackles and a sack … As a junior, was named the Pac-7 League offensive back of the year and was a first-team offense selection. Personal: Born March 23, 1991, in San Luis Obispo, Calif. ... Son of Natalie and Randy Tenhaeff ... Also recruited by Stanford, Cal Poly, Oregon State and USC ... Is a criminal justice major.

TCU, but did not record a tackle during the campaign. 2008: Used his redshirt season. High School: Prepped at Highland High School in Albuquerque, N.M., where he was an alldistrict selection on both offense and defense … Lettered four times and was team captain … Team was ranked No. 2 in the 2006 state tournament … A two-time all-state pick at defensive lineman … Also a standout thrower on the track and field team, where he was sixth in state for javelin, second in the city for discus and third in the district for shot put. Personal: Born Jan. 1, 1990, in Albuquerque, N.M. … Son of Frederick Jones and Patricia Trujillo … Majoring in urban studies.

TENHAEFF’S CAREER STATISTICS

TRUJILLO’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2010 13 23-7-30 3.5-25 2.0-19 0-0 0 0 1-0 Career Highs: Tackles: 5 vs. UNLV (11/27/10), vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); TFLs: 1.5 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); Sacks: 1.0 at Wyoming (10/30/10), vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); FR: 1 at New Mexico (10/23/10).

Saw action on special teams and on the defensive line a year ago ... Was No. 2 on the depth chart at defensive end following spring drills ... SDSU scholar-athlete and MWC all-academic pick ... Went to the same high school as freshman offensive lineman Jordan Smith. 2010: One of four true freshmen to earn a letter and one of only two (Ronnie Hillman) to compete in all 13 contests ... Made two stops during the season, which were both solo efforts in home games with Nicholls and Utah State. High School: Was the defensive line most valuable player three times at Redlands High ... Served as team captain his senior campaign and was a four-year letterwinner ... A two-time all-league pick (second team as a junior, first team as a senior) ... All-CIF and all-county as a senior ... A three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Also played baseball and participated in track while in high school ... Was a scholar-athlete. Personal: Born Aug. 11, 1991, in Loma Linda, Calif. ... Son of Tamara and Levon Thomas ... Selected San Diego State over San Jose State and Arizona State ... Has yet to declare his major.

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2009 2 0-0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2010 8 3-4-7 1.5-4 0-0 0 1 1 0 Totals 10 3-4-7 1.5-4 0-0 0 1 1 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 2 at New Mexico (10/23/10), at TCU (11/13/10); TFLs: 1.0 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); FF: 1.0 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10); PBU: 1 at New Mexico (10/23/10).

Young wide receiver, who could also see the field this coming season on special teams. 2010: Redshirted his first year on campus. High School: Prepped at powerhouse Orange Lutheran High School ... Lettered all four years and was a team captain one season ... A member of the 2006 state champion team ... Second-team all-Trinity League selection during his senior campaign ... Caught the game-winning touchdown with 19 seconds remaining against powerhouse Mater Dei during his senior campaign ... Also played baseball for the Lancers. Personal: Born Jan. 8, 1992, in Irvine, Calif ... Son of JoAnn and Gary Turner ... Also considered attending UCLA, Boise State, Navy, Kansas and Arizona State ... Is a business major.

THOMAS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2010 13 2-0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 1 vs. Nicholls (9/4/10), vs. Utah State (9/25/10).

Joined the squad during the 2008 fall campaign, redshirting the season ... Has played as a reserve the last two years ... Was No. 2 on the depth chart at the end of 2011 spring practice at defensive end. 2010: Saw the most extensive action of his career, coming in during eight games, including each of the final five ... Compiled seven tackles, including 1.5 behind the line of scrimmage, a forced fumble and a pass breakup ... First career tackle was for a loss of three yards in the opener with Nicholls ... Also registered a forced fumble in the victory over the Colonels ... Returned to Albuquerque, making two stops and adding a PBU in the team’s victory over New Mexico ... Tied his season best with two tackles against TCU ... Posted one stop vs. Utah and UNLV ... Played in the bowl game with Navy, but did not log a stat. 2009: Played two games, including the opener with UCLA ... Also came off the bench vs.

Returns for his fifth season, after an injury spoiled his 2010 campaign ... Pass-catching tight end, who was a preseason all-conference honoree a year ago ... A true threat across the middle and contributes to the Aztecs’ balanced passing attack ... Has made 45 receptions from 2007-10 ... One of five true freshmen to see action in 2007. 2010: Tabbed preseason first-team all-conference by Phil Steele Magazine and second team by Lindy’s ... Preseason all-Mountain West ... Played in the team’s first two contests, starting the opener with Nicholls ... Had one catch for four yards vs. the Colonels ... Logged two receptions for 15 yards in the road win at New Mexico State ... Missed the remainder of the season due to injury and was granted a fifth year of eligibility. 2009: Appeared in all 12 contests, starting on 11 occasions ... Ranked fifth on the team in receptions with a career-high 22 ... Tied for third in receiving scores with three ... Starter at tight end against UCLA, making two catches for 14 yards ... Started for the second time in the home opener with Southern Utah, logging one reception for 14 yards ... Two grabs for 14 yards at Idaho and three for 20 yards at Air Force ... Starter vs. NMSU and BYU ... First touchdown since 2007 against the Cougars on a fourth-down passing play for six yards ... Also completed his second career pass in the first quarter for 24 yards to freshman Preston King, setting up the team’s second TD of the afternoon ... Career-long 60-yard reception for a touchdown to secure the victory at Colorado State ... Third straight game with a TD, catching an 18-yard pass in the first half vs. UNM ... Ended the night with four catches for 38 yards against the Lobos ... Started and caught two passes for 23 yards against TCU ... Has two receptions for 18 yards at Utah ... Three grabs for 24 yards in the last game of the year with UNLV.

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Player Profiles 2008: Played in 10 outings, starting twice ... Had 14 catches for 110 yards ... Missed the first game of the season against Cal Poly, but returned to the field vs. Notre Dame ... Had one catch against the Irish and another one a week later at San Jose State ... Played but did not have a reception vs. Idaho and TCU ... Tied a career-best with two receptions for 17 yards against Air Force ... First career start at UNM, making one catch for five yards ... Missed the Wyoming game due to injury ... Returned for the final three games, earning a start in the finale with UNLV ... Career-high eight receptions for 74 yards in the win over the Rebels. 2007: Played in all but one game, logging six catches for 67 yards and a TD ... Two catches for 47 yards, including a 43-yard touchdown versus Cincinnati ... One reception vs. ASU, CSU, UNLV and Air Force ... Recovered a fumble and returned it 10 yards for a score vs. PSU. High School: Played one season at Centennial High School in Peoria, Ariz., under Richard Taylor … Spent first three years as a prep in the state of Washington … Saw action as a quarterback, wide receiver, tight end, linebacker and defensive end … Centennial was 14-0 overall and 7-0 in league in 2006, winning the school’s first-ever 5A state title … Second-team allregion as a defensive end and honorable mention as a wideout … Accounted for 477 yards of offense and had 41 tackles, including five sacks … Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Born March 15, 1989, in Phoenix, Ariz. ... Son of Uche and DeeDee Umuolo ... Received his bachelor’s degree in social science this past spring and is working toward his master’s in educational leadership.

TCU (11/7/09)* WYO (11/14/09)* at UTAH (11/21/09)* at UNLV (11/28/09)* NICHOLLS (9/4/10)* at NMSU (9/11/10) at Missouri (9/18/10) UTAH ST. (9/25/10) at BYU (10/9/10) AFA (10/16/10) at UNM (10/23/10) at WYO (10/30/10) CSU (11/6/10) at TCU (11/13/10) UTAH (11/20/10) UNLV (11/27/10) NAVY (12/23/10) * = Game started

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23 0 11.5 0 0 0.0 18 0 9.0 24 0 8.0 4 0 4.0 15 0 7.5 DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ DNP-INJ

UMUOLO’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics

Receiving G No. Yds. TD Avg. 2007 11 6 67 1 11.2 2008 10 14 110 0 7.9 2009 12 22 243 3 11.0 2010 2 3 19 0 6.3 Totals 35 45 439 4 9.8 Career Highs: Receptions: 8 vs. UNLV (11/22/08); Receiving Yards: 74 vs. UNLV (11/22/07); Receiving TDs: 1, four times; Long Reception: 60 at CSU (10/24/09).

UMUOLO GAME-BY-GAME vs. Wash. St. (9/8/07) at ASU (9/15/07) PSU (9/22/07) CINCINNATI (9/29/07) at CSU (10/6/07) at Utah (10/13/07) UNM (10/20/07) WYO (11/3/07) at UNLV (11/10/07) at AFA (11/17/07) TCU (11/24/07) BYU (12/1/07) CAL POLY (8/30/08) at ND (9/6/08) at SJSU (9/13/08) IDAHO (9/27/08) at TCU (10/4/08) AFA (10/11/08) at UNM (10/18/08)* CSU (10/25/08) at WYO (11/1/08) at BYU (11/8/08) UTAH (11/13/08) UNLV (11/22/08) at UCLA (9/5/09)* SUU (9/12/09)* at Idaho (9/19/09) at AFA (9/26/09)* NMSU (10/3/09)* BYU (10/17/09)* at CSU (10/24/09)* UNM (10/31/09)*

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Receiving No. Yds. TD Avg. DNP 1 3 0 3.0 0 0 0 0.0 2 47 1 23.5 1 9 0 9.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 1 3 0 3.0 1 5 0 5.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 DNP 1 7 0 7.0 1 2 0 2.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 2 17 0 8.5 1 5 0 5.0 0 0 0 0.0 DNP-INJ 0 0 0 0.0 1 5 0 5.0 8 74 0 9.3 2 14 0 7.0 1 14 0 14.0 2 14 0 7.0 3 20 0 6.7 0 0 0 0.0 2 18 1 9.0 1 60 1 60.0 4 38 1 9.5

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Figured to be in line for playing time at wide receiver as a redshirt freshman, but an offseason injury will likely keep him off the field in 2011 ... Had ended the spring practice sessions third on the depth chart at the Z receiver spot ... Attended the same high school as freshman defensive back Femi Oladapo. 2010: Did not see action, redshirting the campaign. High School: A three-star recruit by Rivals.com out of Hesperia High School ... Ranked as one of the nation's top 275 wide receivers nationally by Scout.com ... Caught 11 passes for 161 yards against Canyon Springs on Sept. 18, 2009 ... Recorded 15 receptions for 116 yards against San Gorgonio High on Sept. 11, 2009 ... Earned a berth in the 2010 I.E. All-Star Football Classic ... As a junior, he caught 38 passes for 949 yards and 11 touchdowns ... Played basketball and was a member of the track and field team. Personal: Born June 3, 1992, in San Bernardino, Calif. ... Son of Jerone and Alana Waddell ... Full name is Jerone James Waddell ... Sister, Brittany, played basketball at UC Riverside and scored over a 1,000 career points ... Uncle, Jerrell, played football at Oregon State when SDSU head coach Rocky Long was Beavers’ defensive coordinator ... Also received interest from Arizona State and Fresno State ... Is a criminal justice major.

Local product, who has played every contest the last two seasons .... Is atop the depth chart at cornerback entering fall camp. 2010: Started the final two games of the regular season at cornerback, after coming in as a reserve in the first 10 outings ... Posted 26 tackles, three PBUs and an interception on the year ... Back-up at cornerback against Nicholls, finishing with a solo tackle ... Also had one stop a week later at New Mexico State ... Career-best four tackles in the loss at No. 25 Missouri ... First career INT at UNM and first career TFL at Wyoming ... Tied his career high with four


PLAYER INFORMATION cont. tackles (three solo) and had a tackle for a loss against Colorado State ... Managed two stops at TCU ... Earned the start against Utah and tied his career high with four tackles ... Had three tackles and a careerhigh two PBUs against UNLV ... Two tackles against Navy. 2009: Logged minutes in the first 12 games of his career ... Nine total tackles on the year with eight of those being solo efforts ... Was a reserve at cornerback against UCLA, his first game as an Aztec ... First tackle of his career vs. Southern Utah ... Played but did not make a stop at Idaho or Air Force ... One solo tackle against NMSU ... Careerbest three tackles vs. BYU ... Only pass break-up in the game with New Mexico ... Made one stop in four consecutive games from the end of October until mid-November ... Played but did not log any stats at Utah or UNLV. 2008: Redshirted as a true freshman. High School: First-team all-CIF as a defensive back in helping Point Loma High to the CIF Div. III title game in 2007 … Rushed for 1,100 yards and 13 touchdowns and recorded three interceptions on defense as a senior under coach Mike Hastings … CalHiSports.com all-state first-team pick on defense for the medium school division in 2007 … Eastern League Offensive Player of the Year as a senior at running back … San Diego Union-Tribune all-San Diego Section first team his final campaign … Had 20 tackles, two interceptions and a fumble recovery on defense in 2006 … First-team all-league as a running back in 2006 … Averaged more than 7.5 yards per carry as a running back in 2007 … Also ran track for the Pointers. Personal: Born Dec. 7, 1989, in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Betty and Michael Wade ... Is a kinesiology major.

Has had stints at both linebacker and defensive back in his career at SDSU ... Third on the depth chart at outside linebacker following 2011 spring practice ... Older brother, Ryan, competed for the Aztecs as a defensive lineman in 2008. 2010: Played in his first three collegiate games ... Debuted as a reserve vs. Nicholls and did not log field time again until the final two contests against UNLV and Navy ... First career stat was an assisted tackle behind the line of scrimmage in the Poinsettia Bowl victory. 2009: Did not play in his second year on campus. 2008: Did not see any action and used his redshirt year. High School: Competed for Mission Viejo High School under coach Bob Johnson … Firstteam all-league his junior year, helping the Diablos to a league title … Team’s defensive MVP in 2006 ... Missed most of his senior campaign due to injury ... Team captain in 2007 ... Also participated in track. Personal: Born July 13, 1989, in Ohio ... Son of Stephanie and Wes Williams ... Father played college basketball in West Virginia ... Full name is Stephan Ross Williams ... Enjoys snowboarding ... Majoring in criminal justice.

WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2010 3 0-1-1 0.5-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 1 vs. Navy (12/23/10); TFL: 0.5 vs. Navy (12/23/10).

WADE’S CAREER STATISTICS

Career Statistics G UA-AT-TT TFL-Yds. Sacks Int. PBU FF FR 2009 12 8-1-9 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2010 13 13-13-26 1.5-7 0-0 1-0 3 0 0 Totals 24 21-14-35 1.5-7 0-0 1-0 4 0 0 Career Highs: Tackles: 4, three times; TFL: 0.5, three times; PBU: 2 vs. UNLV (11/27/10); INT: 1 at New Mexico (10/23/10).

A highly-touted recruit, who has suffered knee injuries in back-to-back years and will likely miss 2011 ... Is an SDSU scholar-athlete ... One of six current Aztec players to graduate from Oceanside High. 2010: Redshirted after tearing his ACL prior to the start of fall camp. High School: A three-star recruit out of Oceanside High by Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Ranked as the 118th recruit at the athlete position nationally by Scout.com ... Two-time firstteam all-league, all-North County and all-CIF honoree ... Posted big offensive numbers as a senior for the Pirates with 68 carries for 627 yards and five touchdowns and caught 49 balls for 770 yards and six touchdowns ... Named a member of the 2009 all-state team by CalHiSports.com (second team) ... As a junior, had 772 yards on 40 catches and six scores on offense and picked off six passes, while defending 20 others on defense ... Was a three-year letterwinner in basketball, earning first-team all-league honors and all-CIF honors as a senior. Personal: Born July 17, 1991, in Long Beach, Calif. ... Son of Lanie and Jerry Whittaker, Sr. ... Father, Jerry, played baseball at Oklahoma and was a second-round Draft pick by the Chicago White Sox ... Chose San Diego State over scholarship offers from Arizona, Washington, Washington State and New Mexico State ... Also was looked at by Texas A&M ... Full name is Jerry Augustus Whittaker, Jr. ... Majoring in criminal justice.

Walk-on, who joined the team during 2009 fall camp ... Has worked hard to earn playing time and is listed first on the preseason depth chart at fullback ... Is an SDSU scholar-athlete ... Went to the same high school as freshman quarterback Chad Jeffries. 2010: Primarily played on special teams, logging minutes in 12 outings ... Made his Aztec debut vs. Nicholls ... Did not play at Wyoming ... First career carry for one yard in the regularseason finale vs. UNLV ... Rushed once for three yards against Navy. 2009: Redshirted as a true freshman. High School: Lettered three times and served as a team captain twice at Glendora High School in Glendora, Calif. ... Played both linebacker and fullback for the Tartans ... Tabbed Sierra League defensive co-MVP as a senior at linebacker ... Also was first-team all-conference as a fullback ... First-team all-CIF and all-area in 2007 and 2008 ... Team won its league title his final two seasons. Personal: Born July 29, 1991, in Pasadena, Calif. ... Son of Daryl and Maureen Young ... Is a criminal justice major.

YOUNG’S CAREER STATISTICS Career Statistics

Rushing Receiving G Att. Yds. TD Avg. No. Yds. TD Avg. 2010 12 2 4 0 2.0 0 0 0 0.0 Career Highs: Carries: 1 vs. UNLV (11/27/10), vs. Navy (12/23/10); Rushing Yards: 3 vs. Navy (12/23/10); Long Rush: 3 vs. Navy (12/23/10).

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2011 Signing Class Versatile player, who is staying with the defensive side of the ball for the college level … Committed to SDSU as a linebacker … A three-star signee by Rivals.com … Rated as the 50thbest running back prospect in the country by Rivals.com … Earned a Scouts, Inc. grade of 74 on ESPN.com … Has a 35-inch vertical jump … North Bay League Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior … Selected to play in the first-ever Polynesian All-American Classic, an all-star game featuring the top Polynesian high school football players from around the country … Named to the All-Redwood Empire region team as a multi-purpose player … Also drew interest from Fresno State, Nevada, Oregon State, Sacramento State and USC.

Rated a two-star recruit by Rivals.com … An athlete who is slated to play on the defensive side of the ball for the Aztecs … Named first-team all-city section in 2009 and 2010 and gained second-team honors in 2008 … Recorded 48 total tackles, two interceptions and a pass breakup during his senior season while battling injuries … Also led the Saints in rushing with 102 carries for 551 yards (5.4 avg.) and scored seven total touchdowns … Accounted for over 1,000 yards of total offense during his junior campaign and scored 12 touchdowns … Runs a 4.46 in the 40-yard dash … Also drew interest from Arizona State and New Mexico State.

A two-star recruit by Rivals.com… Earned a Scouts, Inc. grade of 67 … Projected to play defensive end for the Aztecs ... Recorded 62 tackles, six sacks, two pass deflections and two fumble recoveries in 2010, garnering defensive first-team all-East Bay honors … Led the Concord Minutemen to a 13-1 record and a CIF North Coast Section Championship … Also started on the offensive line, making all-league on both offense and defense… Named a team captain during his junior and senior campaigns … During his junior year, was an allleague honorable mention pick … Bay Area “Cream of the Crop” team selection alongside fellow recruit Darrell Green … A three-year letterman … Also lettered in baseball and basketball … Chose SDSU over Sacramento State and Cal Poly.

Tall wideout, who was a three-star recruit by Rivals.com … A two-star recruit by ESPN.com, who received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 68 … Boasts a 325-pound squat and 295-pound bench press … Earned first-team all-league honors from 2008-10 … Was a first-team all-city section pick in 2010 and a second-team winner in 2009 … Had 37 receptions for 703 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior … Received an offer from Idaho, and considered Nevada, Fresno State, New Mexico State, UNLV and UCLA.

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Solid all-around tight end, who was a two-star recruit by Rivals.com … Named to the CIF San Diego Section team his senior season … Had 26 receptions for 366 yards and a touchdown his senior year … Recorded 40 receptions for 516 yards and six touchdowns as a junior … Earned all-East County offensive first-team honors in both his junior and senior seasons … A two-time all-league selection … Garnered 2010 all-San Diego section offensive firstteam honors from the Union-Tribune … Served as a two-time captain for the Vaqueros … His team won three consecutive Grossmont North League championships … Also played basketball, earning the most improved player award as a sophomore and the coaches award as a junior … Attended the same high school as Aztec seniors Ryan Lindley and Tommie Draheim ... Chose SDSU over Arizona, Boise State, California and Minnesota.

Athletic lineman, who is slated to play at offensive guard ... A two-star recruit by Rivals.com … Received Bay Valley Athletic League first-team honors his senior season … Recognized by the BVAL as the league’s top lineman in 2010 … Also played basketball for the Falcons, leading the team in rebounds his senior season on his way to all-league honors ... Father, Johnnie Greene, played college football … Bay Area “Cream of the Crop” team selection alongside fellow recruit Kevin Chase … Picked the Aztecs over Fresno State, Nevada, Utah, Washington State, San Jose State and Sacramento State.

A three-star signee by Rivals.com, who is projected as a safety … Two-star recruit by ESPN.com, he received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 71 and is listed as the No. 105 cornerback recruit … A second-team selection to Sectionsports.com’s all-state team as a safety … An all-CIF running back selection in 2010 ... Earned all-Southwestern League honors on both offense and defense as a senior … In three seasons, had 139 tackles, eight interceptions, 16 pass deflections, eight fumble recoveries and three forced fumbles … The eight interceptions are tied for second in school history … On offense, rushed for 1,038 yards and 13 touchdowns, including 819 yards and 11 scores as a senior in 2010 … Caught 80 career passes for 1,148 yards (14.4 avg.) … As a junior, named CIF co-defensive most valuable player while leading the Pumas to a first-place regional finish … Also earned all-league defense first-team accolades … Considered USC and Oregon State during the recruiting process … Chose SDSU because it was his favorite school growing up.

A speedy back who was a three-star signee by Rivals.com … Ranked as the 118th-best running back recruit by Scouts, Inc., earning a grade of 75 … Rushed for 1,086 yards (7.1 ypc.)


2011 SIGNING CLASS cont. and 11 touchdowns his senior year … Added an additional 123 yards and a touchdown catching the ball out of the backfield … Runs a 4.5 in the 40-yard dash and boasts a 37-inch vertical … Led the Warhawks to a 12-2 finish and a CIF San Diego Section title as a senior … Scored 16 touchdowns while averaging 9.8 yards per carry as a junior … A two-time all-Western League selection … Picked the Aztecs over Arizona, UNLV, Nevada, Boise State and Air Force, among others.

Inside slot receiver, who was rated as an all-region prospect by prepstar.com, their thirdhighest possible rating … A first-team all-league selection each of his final two seasons … Had 59 receptions for 686 yards and one touchdown in 2010 … Had a 12-yard punt return average and a 22-yard kick return average … As a junior, had 44 receptions for 695 yards and six touchdowns … Had seven receptions three times that year, eclipsing the 100-yard plateau twice … Owns a 4.6 time in the 40-yard dash.

A hard-hitting open-field tackler … A two-star recruit by ESPN.com, who received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 73 and was listed as the No. 64 inside linebacker recruit … Named to the HSGametime.PE.com preseason all-area football team … A first-team all-Inland Empire League selection … Earned SectionSports.com first-team all-Southern Section and second-team allstate honors … Made 145 tackles during his junior campaign … Also considered Colorado and San Jose State.

A mobile, athletic quarterback ... Was a three-star signee according to Rivals.com ... Listed as the nation’s No. 10 pro-style quarterback … Received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 75 and was listed as the No. 69 quarterback recruit in the nation … Named the Baseline League Most Valuable Player as a junior … Also ran track … Picked SDSU over Washington, Utah, Fresno State and UTEP … Chose SDSU because of the coaching staff ... Went to the same high school as sophomore fullback Chad Young.

Huge local product, who was a two-star signee by Rivals.com ... Earned 2010 first-team allEast County League honors … Team captain his senior season, leading the Matadors to a Grossmont Valley League championship … First-team all-Grossmont Valley League and allEast County honoree … Recipient of the team’s Rojas Award … Was also recruited by Idaho, New Mexico and Fresno State.

An aggressive athlete who shows good speed for his size and can play both sides of the ball … Prefers defense, but could also play tight end at SDSU … A three-star signee by Rivals.com … A three-star recruit by ESPN.com who received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 77 and is listed as the No. 45 tight end recruit … Earned all-CIF defensive line honors, recording six sacks through 10 games as a senior … Named East County League Defensive Player of the Year and Prep Pigskin Report lineman of the year … As a junior, was an East County first-team selection as both a tight end and defensive end … Also saw action at Helix as an offensive lineman … Lettered in basketball and track … Cousin is Trask Iosefa, who was a four-year starting center at SDSU from 2007-10 … Chose the Aztecs over Stanford, Brigham Young, Arizona and Utah.

A tough tackler who will play either inside or outside linebacker at SDSU … A three-star signee by Rivals.com … A two-star recruit by ESPN.com who received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 72 and is listed as the No. 161 prep outside linebacker … Made 133 tackles and added one sack at the inside linebacker position his senior year … Played defensive end as a junior, recording 90 tackles and 11 sacks … Had a five-sack single-game performance en route to an all-Tri Valley Athletic Conference first-team selection … Also caught 11 balls for 187 yards … Picked SDSU over Fresno State and Nevada.

A possession receiver with a wide catch radius and good body control … A three-star recruit by ESPN.com who received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 76 and is listed as the No. 119 wide receiver recruit … Runs a 10.8 in the 100-meter dash … Caught 32 passes for 501 yards and four touchdowns in 2010 … Had five receptions for 193 yards in the season finale against Upland … Named Los Osos’ most valuable player while garnering the team’s best wide receiver award … Served as team captain for one season … A captain for the Inland Empire All-Star Classic Game … Made 28 receptions for 633 yards and five touchdowns as a junior, taking home team best wide receiver honors … Had an 82-yard TD reception against Etiwanda … Team offensive MVP as a sophomore … JV Team MVP as a freshman … Also considered Arizona State, Fresno State, New Mexico State, Stanford and Southern Utah.

An elusive runner with a good blend of speed and power, who plays bigger than his 5-8 height … A two-star recruit by Rivals.com … Received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 72 on ESPN.com … A four-year letterman for the Panthers … A first-team all-Miramonte League selection and first-team all-Valley pick as a senior… Rushed for over 2,000 yards and 18 touchdowns during his Diamond Ranch High School career … Ran for 215 yards and three touchdowns against league rival Diamond Bar, winning ESPN.com LA South athlete-of-the-week honors … Compiled 388 total yards and scored four touchdowns in a 35-28 double-overtime win against Walnut … Price’s AAU basketball team took third at nationals in Orlando, Fla. … A scholarathlete who also played baseball at Diamond Ranch … Comes from an athlete-rich family as his uncle, Lenny Randle, played professional baseball, his cousin, Tyus Edney, was a former UCLA basketball standout and his cousin, Daryl Smith, plays professional football … De-

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2011 Signing Class scribes San Diego State as his dream school… Also recruited by Oregon, Utah, Idaho, Cal Poly and Columbia.

A physical tight end, who is a great blocker … A two-star signee by Rivals.com … Received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 71 on ESPN.com and was listed as the No. 72 tight end recruit … Earned first-team all-district and all-city honors in each of his final two years (2009-10) … Caught 23 passes for 457 yards and four touchdowns in 2010 … Also rushed 14 times for 66 yards and a score … As a junior, had 18 receptions for 291 yards and four TDs … Picked SDSU over New Mexico, UTEP, New Mexico State and Texas State.

Has the height and athleticism to play offensive tackle … A two-star recruit and the 173rd overall offensive lineman recruit according to ESPN.com … Helped lead the Spartans into the second round of the CIF Southern Section playoffs … Started both ways for the Spartans during his senior season, earning all-league honors on offense … Also played basketball and volleyball and participated on the track and field team … Picked SDSU over Arizona State, Washington State, Colorado State, New Mexico and New Mexico State.

A three-star recruit by Rivals.com … Earned a Scouts, Inc. grade of 76 … A three-star recruit and the 129th overall defensive end prospect by ESPN.com … Made 79 tackles, including 53 solo efforts, and recorded eight sacks in 2010 … Helped Vista Murrieta to a Southwestern League title and a second-place Southern Section Inland Division finish … First-team allSouthwestern League and all-Valley recipient … All-Inland Empire team and all-CIF honoree … Team captain in 2010 … Made 83 tackles and five sacks as a junior, including 58 solo tackles … Second-team all-Southwestern League that year … Team was CIF runner-ups both years he played … Received offers from Arizona and Colorado State and was recruited by Boise State.

A three-star recruit by Rivals.com … Received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 77 on ESPN.com and was ranked by them as the 87th-best linebacker recruit in the country … Has skills and the size for both the linebacker and fullback positions … Makes a quick first step and has great anticipation … A first-team Sectionsports.com all-San Diego Section pick … Helped Bishop’s to an undefeated season and a Coastal League title … Also a three-year basketball letterman … Related to former NFL linebacker Junior Seau … Chose SDSU to remain close to his family.

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A two-star recruit by Rivals.com … Considered by many to be a sleeper signing with tremendous upside potential … Earned second-team all-league honors … Caught 20 passes for 388 yards and two scores in 2010 … Also threw for two TDs … Made 31 tackles as a defensive back … As a junior, caught 11 passes for 130 yards and one touchdown … As a sophomore in 2008, had nine receptions for 170 yards and one score with a long of 70 yards … Picked SDSU over New Mexico, Fresno State and Navy.

A forceful run blocker who can develop into a polished pass protector … Projected to play offensive tackle … A three-star recruit by Rivals.com … Received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 73 … A 2010-11 all-CIF Southern Section selection … Was a team captain for one season … An all-county and all-Inland Empire elite honoree … A first-team all-Citrus Belt League selection following his junior and senior seasons … Redlands player of the week on Oct. 24, 2009 … Also considered USC, Hawai’i, Colorado State and New Mexico State ... Went to the same high school as Aztec sophomore defensive lineman Jordan Thomas.

A three-star recruit by Rivals.com … Listed as the No. 15 tailback recruit by MaxPreps.com … Received a Scouts, Inc. grade of 76 … Gained 1,632 yards on 179 carries (9.1 avg.) his senior year, reaching the end zone 25 times … Had a run of 50 yards or more in five games that season … Reached the 200-yard plateau twice, including a 296-yard, four-touchdown performance against Green Valley … Ran Palo Verde High to a Sunset-Northwest league title, a 12-1 overall record and a Nevada state championship runner-up finish … All-Nevada first-team … National Underclassmen Combine Most Valuable Player and first-team running back selection … Ran for 1,181 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior in 2009, taking home first-team all-region honors … Recorded 25 tackles and recovered two fumbles in action as a defensive back that season … Averaged 37 yards on kickoff returns, scoring on runbacks of 81 and 91 yards … Scored at least one touchdown in every game … Played for Centennial High School in Las Vegas his sophomore campaign, running for 977 yards and 13 scores … Was more involved out of the backfield that year, catching 18 balls for 274 yards and one TD … Had 14 carries for 310 yards and 4 TDs in the season finale … Honorable mention for the Schuman's National Underclassmen Combine most valuable player … Chose SDSU over Cal, Arizona and Colorado.


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2010 Season Recap A YEAR TO REMEMBER San Diego State’s 2010 football season will go down as one of the most memorable in school history. After suffering through six consecutive losing seasons, 11 straight non-winning seasons and 40 seasons without a bowl victory, the Aztecs broke all three streaks en route to an impressive 9-4 campaign. Below are a few of the notables from the 2010 season: n Won the Poinsettia Bowl (first bowl win since 1969). n Finished with nine victories (most since 1977). n Claimed the school’s first winning season in 12 years. n Defeated a nationally-ranked team for the first time in 14 years, snapping a 25-game losing streak. n Defeated Air Force, Colorado State, New Mexico and Wyoming in the same season for the first time in school history. n Snapped a 12-year bowl drought, the ninth-longest active streak in the nation entering the 2010 campaign. n Defeated two teams - Air Force (Independence) and Navy (Poinsettia) - that advanced to bowl play after losing 27 consecutive games to teams that later played in a bowl game. n San Diego State was the only football team in Southern California - college or pro - to advance to postseason play in 2010.

AMONG THE MOST IMPROVED After having the 14th-best scoring margin improvement a year ago (from -215 in 2008 to -86 in 2009), the Aztecs once again proved to be a program on the rise. In going from 4-8 in 2009 to 9-4 in 2010, San Diego State’s five-win improvement tied for the fourth largest in the country last season. Below is a look at the leaders in the category: LARGEST INCREASE IN VICTORIES, 2009 TO 2010 Rk. Team 2009 2010 +/1. Miami (Ohio) 1 10 +9 2. Maryland 2 9 +7 3. Auburn 8 14 +6 4. San Diego State 4 9 +5 Michigan State 6 11 +5 Nevada 8 13 +5 Tulsa 5 10 +5

SO CLOSE... As special as the 2010 campaign was for San Diego State, it is not too difficult for Aztec fans to envision an undefeated campaign. The Aztecs’ four losses came by a combined 15 points, with no defeat coming by more than five points. San Diego State’s average margin of defeat of 3.75 points was the fourth smallest in the nation in 2010. In addition, the Aztecs suffered from questionable calls in two of the four losses. Below is a look at details from the four losses. n At Missouri, San Diego State led, 24-20, in the final minute of the game when the Tigers completed a short pass that resulted in a 68-yard touchdown. Replays showed that an apparent block in the back at the line of scrimmage that sprang the play was not called. The Tigers ended the year 10-2 overall (6-0 at home) and won their other five home games by a total of 127 points (25.4 ppg margin). n In the contest at Brigham Young, the Aztecs forced a thirdquarter fumble that was not called despite video evidence to the contrary. The Cougars went on to score a touchdown on the drive. Brigham Young was 5-1 at home this season, with its other four home wins coming by a total of 92 points (23.0 ppg margin).

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n Against No. 2 and undefeated TCU, the Aztecs suffered a 40-35 loss. The 35 points were 11 more than any other opponent scored against the Horned Frogs and the five-point margin was the closest call for TCU during their undefeated regular season. TCU was 6-0 at home in 2010 and won its other five home games by 194 points (38.8 ppg margin). n The Aztecs owned the edge in play against Utah in most statistical categories, including first downs (29-22) and total offense (587-500), but could not overcome a -3 turnover margin and a blocked punt inside the SDSU 5-yard-line in a fourpoint loss to the Utes. Utah ended the regular season campaign with a 10-2 record. Below is a look at the smallest average margins of defeat in 2010: SMALLEST MARGIN OF DEFEAT Rk. Team Margin in L Losses Avg. 1. Boise State 3 1 3.00 Oregon 3 1 3.00 3. Iowa 18 5 3.60 4. San Diego State 15 4 3.75

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HILLMAN LEADS THE NATION Freshman running back Ronnie Hillman led all NCAA classmates in rushing in 2010 while finishing 10th nationally in rushing yards per game at 117.85. Hillman was nothing short of amazing, producing six games with at least 150 yards rushing and two games with more than 200 yards rushing. He rushed for 228 yards at 25thranked Missouri and in the Poinsettia Bowl victory over Navy. With 1,532 yards in 13 games, Hillman ended the season 54 yards short of Marshall Faulk’s total of 1,586 yards in 1991. Although Faulk ended his freshman campaign with more yards, the NCAA sees Hillman as owning the school record since Faulk’s total includes 157 yards against Tulsa in the Freedom Bowl. The NCAA does not include bowl games for the purposes of season totals prior to 2002.

2010 Individual Honors

BRADY HOKE * MWC Coach of the Year VINCENT BROWN * All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (1st Team) MILES BURRIS * All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele All-MWC (1st Team) * MWC co-Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 8) * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (1st Team) TOMMY DRAHEIM * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (2nd Team) GAVIN ESCOBAR * Sporting News Freshman All-American (1st Team) * Phil Steele Freshman All-American (2nd Team) * Rivals.com Freshman All-American (2nd Team) * CollegeFootballNews.com Freshman All-American (2nd Team) * All-MWC 2nd Team * Phil Steele All-MWC (2nd Team) RONNIE HILLMAN * Phil Steele Freshman All-American (1st Team) * FWAA Freshman All-American (1st Team) * Rivals.com Freshman All-American (2nd Team) * CollegeFootballNews.com Freshman All-American (2nd Team) * MWC Freshman of the Year * All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele All-MWC (1st Team) * Rivals.com National Freshman of the Week (Oct. 18) * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-American * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (1st Team) * MWC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 13) * MWC co-Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 20) * MWC co-Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 18) * Poinsettia Bowl Offensive MVP TRASK IOSEFA * All-MWC (2nd Team) * Phil Steele All-MWC (3rd Team) * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (3rd Team)

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ERNIE LAWSON * All-MWC (Honorable Mention) * Phil Steele All-MWC (3rd Team) RYAN LINDLEY * All-MWC (2nd Team) * Phil Steele All-MWC (2nd Team) * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (2nd Team) * MWC Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 29) JEROME LONG * Phil Steele All-MWC (3rd Team) * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (3rd Team) LEON MCFADDEN * All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (3rd Team) LARRY PARKER * Phil Steele All-MWC (3rd Team) ABELARDO PEREZ * All-MWC (2nd Team) JOSE PEREZ * All-MWC (Honorable Mention) ANDREW PRESTON * All-MWC (Honorable Mention) * Poinsettia Bowl Defensive MVP DEMARCO SAMPSON *SI.com Honorable Mention All-American * All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (1st Team) * MWC Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 1) BRIAN STAHOVICH * All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele All-MWC (1st Team) * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (2nd Team) * MWC Special Teams Player of the Week (Nov. 1) B.J. WILLIAMS * Phil Steele Mid-Season All-MWC (3rd Team)


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2010 Season Results and Statistics RUSHING

SAN DIEGO STATE OVERALL RECORD: 9-4 MOUNTAIN WEST CONFERENCE: 5-3 HOME: 6-1; AWAY: 3-3

Opp. Date Opponent Result Score Att. Rk S.4 Nicholls State W 47-0 25,290 S.11 at New Mexico State W 41-21 16,891 S.18 at Missouri L 24-37 56,050 --/25 S.25 Utah State W 41-7 45,682 O.9 *at Brigham Young L 21-24 62,176 O.16 * Air Force (HC) W 27-25 28,178 23/23 O.23 * at New Mexico W 30-20 16,488 O.30 * at Wyoming W 48-38 16,252 N.6 * Colorado State W 24-19 34,689 N.13 * at TCU L 35-40 45,694 3/3 N.20 * Utah L 34-38 34,951 25/25 N.27 * UNLV W 48-14 22,091 D.23 Navy W 35-14 48,049 * - Mountain West Conference Game. HC - Homecoming. Ranking refers to AP/USA Today Poll at game time. SCORE BY QTR San Diego State Opponents

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TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE 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 SACKS BY: #-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game

2nd 129 92

3rd 106 50

4th 120 85

San Diego State 455 35.0 264 92 154 18 2,097 2,298 201 439 4.8 161.3 29 3,840 244-426-14 9.0 15.7 295.4 28 5,937 865 6.9 456.7 44-851 28-169 10-106 19.3 6.0 10.6 13-8 77-672 51.7 55-2406 43.7 36.9 28:15 80/172 47% 7/12 58% 28-202 35 58 17-22 0-0 (46-56) 82% (32-56) 57% 56-58 238,930 7/34,133

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Opponents 287 22.1 263 112 126 25 1,934 2,369 435 521 3.7 148.8 16 2,665 221-427-10 6.2 12.1 205.0 18 4,599 948 4.9 353.8 57-1456 26-255 14-120 25.5 9.8 8.6 16-6 81-687 52.8 77-3038 39.5 35.7 31:45 71/204 35% 12/25 48% 9-75 0 36 13-21 1-6 (38-48) 79% (26-48) 54% 32-33 213,551 6/35,592

Player HILLMAN, R. KAZEE, W. BROWN, D. SULLIVAN, B. SANDIFER, D. DEAKIN, D. SAMPSON, D. YOUNG, C. BROWN, V. TEAM LINDLEY, R. SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

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Player BROWN, V. SAMPSON, D. ESCOBAR, G. SULLIVAN, B. SANDIFER, D. HILLMAN QUIGLEY, B. DENSO, D. BROWN, D. UMUOLO, A. KAZEE, W. SHIELDS, D.J. O'BRIEN, J. JOHNSON, A. SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

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Att. Gain 262 1,600 67 326 30 151 40 126 1 14 1 13 4 14 2 4 1 0 12 0 19 50 439 2,298 521 2,369 G 13 2 12 13 13 13 G 13 13 13 13 13 13 11 13 13 2 10 13 13 13 13 13

Effic. 149.43 184.00 0.00 0.00 148.11 113.41 No. 69 67 29 26 23 9 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 244 221

Yds. 1,352 1,220 323 383 263 68 66 39 30 19 38 29 10 0 3,840 2,665

SCORING Player HILLMAN, R. PEREZ, A. BROWN, V. SULLIVAN, B. SAMPSON, D. ESCOBAR, G. KAZEE, W. BROWN, D. QUIGLEY, B. LONG, J. SHIELDS, D.J. SHIELDS, B. SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

Loss Net 68 1,532 6 320 7 144 2 124 0 14 0 13 3 11 0 4 13 -13 21 -21 81 -31 201 2,097 435 1,934

TD FGs 18 0-0 0 17-22 10 0-0 10 0-0 8 0-0 4 0-0 3 0-0 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 58 17-22 36 13-21

Cmp. 243 1 0 0 244 221 Avg. 19.6 18.2 11.1 14.7 11.4 7.6 13.2 9.8 10.0 6.3 19.0 14.5 10.0 0.0 15.7 12.1

Avg. 5.8 4.8 4.8 3.1 14.0 13.0 2.8 2.0 -13.0 -1.8 -1.6 4.8 3.7 Att. 421 1 3 1 426 427 TD 10 8 4 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 28 18

TD 17 3 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 16

Long YPG 93 117.8 46 32.0 44 11.1 12 9.5 14 1.1 13 1.0 10 0.8 3 0.3 0 -1.0 0 -1.8 9 -2.4 93 161.3 49 148.8

Int. Pct. 14 57.7 0 100.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 14 57.3 10 51.8

Yds. 3,830 10 0 0 3,840 2,665

Long 90 71 45 57 29 20 28 12 14 11 28 15 10 0 90 68

YPG 104.0 93.8 24.8 29.5 20.2 5.2 6.0 3.0 2.3 9.5 3.8 2.2 0.8 0.0 295.4 205.0

------------------- PATs ------------------Kick Rush Rcv. Pass 0-0 0 0 0-0 54-56 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2-2 0 0 0-0 56-58 0 0 0-0 32-33 0 0 0-2

20+ 25 17 4 7 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

10+ 5+ 38 104 8 26 2 8 1 12 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

TD 28 0 0 0 28 18

Hi Gm 228 74 65 69 14 13 12 3 0 0 18

Long 90 10 0 0 90 68

YPG 294.6 5.0 0.0 0.0 295.4 205.0

10+ Hi Re. 43 8 45 12 13 6 12 4 12 6 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 0 1

Hi Yd. 184 179 65 69 81 26 33 12 14 15 28 29 10 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Safety Points 0 108 0 105 0 60 0 60 0 48 0 24 0 18 0 12 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 2 0 455 0 287

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PUNT RETURNS Player PARKER, L. MCFADDEN, L. SANDIFER, D. SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

KICKOFF RETURNS Player DAVIS, B. BROWN, D. KAZEE, W. SANDIFER, D. SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

No. 19 5 3 28 26

FUMBLE RETURNS Player LONG, J. SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

Avg. 6.2 9.2 2.0 6.0 9.8

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Long 29 23 6 29 43

Player STAHOVICH, B. TEAM SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

No. 53 2 55 77

Yards 2,406 0 2,406 3,038

Avg. 45.4 0.0 43.7 39.5

Lg. 89 0 89 58

In.20 18 0 18 21

50+ 16 0 16 7

Blk. 1 1 2 0

Net yds. 2,031 0 2,031 2,749

Net Avg. 38.3 0 36.9 35.7

FIELD GOALS No. 22 16 4 2 44 57

INTERCEPTION RETURNS Player PRESTON, A. MCFADDEN, L. LEWIS, D. BERHE, N. LEMON, G. WADE, J. SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

Yards 117 46 6 169 255 Yards 490 271 65 25 851 1,456

Avg. 22.3 16.9 16.2 12.5 19.3 25.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 37 25 24 21 37 73

Player FGM-A Pct. 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60+ Lg. PEREZ, A. 17-22 77.3 0-1 8-8 6-7 2-5 1-1 0 53 NICH: 42wl, 44gd, 27gd; NMSU: 25gd, 32gd, 37wl, 45wr; UM:25gd; UTST: 20gd, 37gd; BYU: 43wl; AF: 23gd, 27gd, 19wl; UNM: 36gd, 30gd, 31gd; WYO: 21gd, 28gd; CSU: 31gd; TCU: none; UTAH: none; UNLV: 42gd, 53gd ; NAVY: none. SDSU TOTALS 17-22 77.3 0-1 8-8 6-7 2-5 1-1 0 53 OPPONENTS 13-21 61.9 0-0 4-6 8-10 1-5 0-0 0 46

TOTAL OFFENSE

No. 3 2 2 1 1 1 10 14

Yards 69 0 27 10 0 0 106 120

Avg. 23.0 0.0 13.5 10.0 0.0 0.0 10.6 8.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 29 0 23 10 0 0 29 29

No. 0 0 3

Yards 0 0 155

Avg. 0.0 0.0 51.7

TD 1 1 2

Long 0 0 88

Player LINDLEY, R. HILLMAN, R. KAZEE, W. BROWN, D. SULLIVAN, B. SANDIFER, D. DEAKIN, D. SAMPSON, D. BERNARDS, J. YOUNG, C. BROWN, V. TEAM SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

G 13 13 10 13 13 13 13 13 2 12 13 12 13 13

Plays 440 262 67 31 40 1 1 4 1 2 1 15 865 948

Rush -31 1,532 320 144 124 14 13 11 0 4 -13 -21 2,097 1,934

Pass 3,830 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 3,840 2,665

Total 3,799 1,532 320 144 124 14 13 11 10 4 -13 -21 5,937 4,599

YPG 292.2 117.8 32.0 11.1 9.5 1.1 1.0 0.8 5.0 0.3 -1.0 -1.8 456.7 353.8

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE Player HILLMAN, R. BROWN, V. SAMPSON, D. SULLIVAN, B. DAVIS, B. BROWN, D. KAZEE, W. ESCOBAR, G. SANDIFER, D. PARKER, L. PRESTON, A. QUIGLEY, B. MCFADDEN, L. DENSO, D. SHIELDS, D.J. LEWIS, D. UMUOLO, A. DEAKIN, D. BERHE, N. O'BRIEN, J. YOUNG, C. TEAM Lindley, Ryan SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

Running back Brandon Sullivan had three TD receptions during the 2010 season, including one in the win at Colorado State.

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G 13 13 13 13 12 13 10 13 13 12 13 11 13 13 13 13 2 13 12 13 12 12 13 13 13

Rush 1,532 -13 11 124 0 144 320 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 4 -21 -31 2,097 1,934

Rec. 68 1,352 1,220 383 0 30 38 323 263 0 0 66 0 39 29 0 19 0 0 10 0 0 0 3,840 2,665

PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 117 0 0 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 169 255

KOR 0 0 0 0 490 271 65 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 851 1,456

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 69 0 0 0 0 27 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 106 120

Total 1,600 1,339 1,231 507 490 445 423 323 308 117 69 66 46 39 29 27 19 13 10 10 4 -21 -31 7,063 6,430

YPG 123.1 103.0 94.7 39.0 40.8 34.2 42.3 24.8 23.7 9.8 5.3 6.0 3.5 3.0 2.2 2.1 9.5 1.0 0.8 0.8 0.3 -1.8 -2.4 543.3 494.6


2010 SEASON STATISTICS CONT. DEFENSIVE Player BURRIS, M. PRESTON, A, MCFADDEN, L. KETCHUM, L. LEWIS, D. YARBROUGH, M. BERHE, N. STEVENS, K. ANDREWS, R. DAVIS, B. ANDREWS, M. BARKSDALE, D. LAWSON, E. LONG, J. TENHAEFF, N. PEREZ, J. WADE, J. SPENCER, N. PARKER, L. TAUANUU, J. WILLIAMS, B.J. AUTELE, J.J. LEMON, G. GIBBS, L. LOCKETT, C. SILUANO, R. SHUMATE, C. TRUJILLO, F. BREWER, A. HORN, R. HARRIS, V. THOMAS, J. FELY, J. DENSO, D. DRIVER, J. PEREZ, A. SAMPSON, D. BROWN, V. HILLMAN, R. HEMMINGS, D. TEAM DEAKIN, D. STAHOVICH, B. GORDERT, C. WILLIAMS, R. KAZEE, W. DRAHEIM, T. GUNTHER, K. ESCOBAR, G. SDSU TOTALS OPPONENTS

GP 13 13 13 13 13 10 12 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 13 9 13 10 7 11 12 11 8 13 3 4 13 3 13 5 13 13 13 13 2 12 13 12 1 3 10 13 13 13 13 13

|-----------Tackles------------| Solo Ast. Total 54 26 80 54 24 78 38 17 55 33 19 52 29 14 43 27 15 42 26 13 39 28 9 37 22 14 36 24 12 36 20 13 33 22 11 33 18 12 30 16 14 30 23 7 30 20 9 29 13 13 26 16 9 25 18 7 25 15 5 20 12 7 19 8 7 15 8 2 10 6 3 9 7 1 8 4 4 8 7 . 7 3 4 7 3 2 5 4 . 4 4 . 4 2 . 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 2 . 2 2 . 2 2 . 2 2 . 2 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 605 296 901 -

SCORING DRIVE ANALYSIS Distance (minus) 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99

TD 0 2 1 2 1 3 10 9 12 13 5

SDSU

FG 0 0 1 2 3 6 2 3 0 0 0

TFL/Yds. 20.0-104 4.0-15 7.0-40 2.5-6 1.0-2 4.5-14 1.0-2 3.5-8 1.5-8 2.0-9 1.5-5 4.5-22 9.5-34 6.0-18 3.5-25 3.0-7 1.5-7 2.0-7 1.0-4 4.0-16 2.0-12 3.5-13 . 1.5-7 . . . 1.5-4 . . . . 1.5-10 . . . . . . . 1.0-3 . . . 0.5-0 . . . . 95-402 -

|--Sacks--| No.-Yards 9.5-61 . 1.0-11 0.5-1 . 2.0-11 . . 1.0-6 1.0-8 . 1.0-14 1.0-11 1.5-10 2.0-19 . . 1.0-3 . 1.0-10 2.0-12 1.5-10 . 1.0-6 . . . . . . . . 1.0-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-202 9-75

|------Pass Def------| Int.-Yds BrUp . . 3-69 3 2-0 12 . 2 2-27 4 . 1 1-10 4 . 2 . 2 . 3 . 5 . 3 . 1 . . . . . 11 1-0 3 . . . 4 . 2 . . . . 1-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-106 65 14-120 42

GAME OPENING DRIVES Opponent TD FG 0 0 3 3 2 0 2 2 1 2 3 0 1 1 9 3 7 2 8 0 0 0

Game Pts. Nicholls State 0 at New Mexico State 0 at Missouri 7 Utah State 7 at Brigham Young 0 Air Force 0 at New Mexico 7 at Wyoming 0 Colorado State 0 at TCU 7 Utah 7 UNLV 7 Navy 0

SDSU FD Yds. 2 53 1 20 4 80 4 58 0 5 2 28 4 64 1 9 1 20 1 54 4 74 3 61 3 49

QBH . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 2 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 5

|-----Fumbles-----| Rcv.-Yds FF . 4 . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . 1 . . . . 1-0 . . . 1-0 . 1-0 . . . . . 1-0 . 1-0 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-0 8 8-155 10

Blk Kick . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2

Saf. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

2ND-HALF OPENING DRIVES Opponent Pts. FD Yds. 5 1 1 0 3 61 7 5 80 0 0 -9 7 5 78 0 1 23 0 0 9 0 1 -10 3 4 68 0 0 0 3 2 66 0 0 1 0 0 5

Game Pts. Nicholls State 3 at New Mexico State 7 at Missouri 0 Utah State 0 at Brigham Young 0 Air Force 0 at New Mexico 3 at Wyoming 0 Colorado State 3 at TCU 0 Utah 7 UNLV 7 Navy 0

SDSU FD Yds. 0 3 2 59 2 28 0 4 0 -12 0 9 4 48 0 -13 2 58 0 4 1 90 4 69 2 44

Opponent Pts. FD Yds. 9 2 35 0 0 7 3 5 75 0 0 1 0 1 12 0 0 7 7 3 80 0 1 6 0 0 1 3 2 33 0 3 40 0 2 33 0 3 65

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2010 Season Statistics OFFENSIVE STARTERS Position WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB RB FB WR WR TE TE

NICH V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Umuolo Lindley D. Brown

NMSU V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley D. Brown

Sampson Sandifer

Sampson Sandifer

DEFENSIVE STARTERS Position NICH DE Williams Long DT DE Lawson LB Ketchum Yarbrough MLB LB Burris LCB McFadden WAR Lewis AZT Preston WAR Davis RCB Perez LB

NMSU Williams Long Lawson Ketchum Yarbrough Burris McFadden Lewis Preston Davis Perez

MU V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Umuolo Lindley D. Brown Sullivan Sampson

USU V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Hillman Sullivan Sampson

BYU Sampson Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Hillman

AF V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Hillman Sullivan Sampson

Shields Quigley MU Williams Long Lawson Ketchum Yarbrough Burris McFadden Lewis Preston Davis Perez

USU Williams Spencer Lawson Ketchum Yarbrough Burris McFadden Lewis Preston Davis Perez

BYU Williams Spencer Lawson Ketchum Yarbrough Burris McFadden Lewis Preston Davis Perez

AF Lawson Spencer Tauanuu Ketchum Yarbrough Burris McFadden Berhe Stevens Perez Tenhaeff

UNM V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Hillman

WYO V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Hillman

CSU V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Hillman

Sampson Sandifer

Sampson

Sampson Sandifer

UNM Lawson Long Tauanuu Ketchum Yarbrough Burris McFadden Lewis Preston Davis Perez

WYO Lawson Long Tauanuu Ketchum Yarbrough Burris McFadden Lewis Preston Davis Perez

Quigley

CSU Lawson Long Tauanuu Ketchum Yarbrough Burris McFadden Lewis Preston Davis Perez

TCU V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Hillman Sullivan Sampson

Utah V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Sullivan

TCU Lawson Long Tauanuu Ketchum R. Andrews Burris McFadden Lewis Preston Davis Perez

Utah Lawson Long Tauanuu Ketchum R. Andrews Burris McFadden Lewis Preston Davis Wade

Sampson Sandifer

UNLV V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Hillman Sullivan Sampson

Navy V. Brown Draheim Johnson Iosefa Embernate Gunther Escobar Lindley Kazee

UNLV Lawson Long Tauanuu Ketchum R. Andrews Burris McFadden Lewis Preston M. Andrews Wade

NAVY Lawson Long Tauanuu Ketchum Yarbrough Burris McFadden Berhe Preston Stevens Perez

Sampson Sandifer

RED ZONE SAN DIEGO STATE OPPONENTS

Times Inside Opp. 20 38 48

GAME SUMMARIES Game Score Nicholls St. 0 at SDSU 47 at NMSU 21 SDSU 41 at Missouri 27 SDSU 24 Utah St. 7 at SDSU 41 at BYU 24 SDSU 21 Air Force 25 at SDSU 27 at New Mexico 20 SDSU 30 at Wyoming 38 SDSU 48 Colorado St. 19 at SDSU 24 at TCU 40 SDSU 35 Utah 38 at SDSU 34 UNLV 14 at SDSU 48 Navy 14 at SDSU 35

----------------------------------------------- Drives Ended By -----------------------------------------------TD FG MFG Punts Downs TO SF Clock 23 6 5 0 1 3 0 0 29 10 5 0 1 3 0 0

Score By Quarters First Downs 1 2 3 4 Tot Ru Pa Pn 0 0 0 0 12 5 5 2 0 20 10 17 23 10 12 1 7 0 7 7 17 5 8 4 3 10 14 14 24 8 13 3 10 7 3 7 25 6 17 2 7 7 0 10 17 5 10 2 0 0 7 0 14 6 6 2 21 7 10 3 18 9 9 0 14 0 3 7 24 15 7 2 0 7 7 7 12 3 9 0 0 6 6 13 29 20 9 0 0 10 7 10 16 8 8 0 3 3 7 7 16 5 6 5 7 10 10 7 22 8 12 2 0 17 7 14 21 7 12 2 3 17 7 21 20 2 15 3 3 3 7 6 19 5 13 1 0 7 10 7 19 8 10 1 13 21 3 3 27 13 12 2 14 0 7 14 7 1 6 0 3 21 0 14 22 6 15 1 14 13 7 0 29 2 25 2 7 0 0 7 15 5 9 1 17 14 17 0 30 14 13 3 0 14 0 0 22 14 7 1 14 7 0 14 27 14 12 1

Rushing Att Yards TD 37 88 0 34 218 4 26 105 1 40 244 4 27 89 2 33 250 3 40 115 1 38 142 2 62 271 3 12 53 0 62 312 2 31 205 2 31 110 0 41 135 1 34 152 2 37 76 3 34 27 0 39 148 2 54 226 1 21 38 2 35 138 3 21 59 1 28 67 0 51 250 2 51 235 1 41 279 3

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C-A-I 12-26-0 18-27-0 17-34-0 20-43-0 28-51-2 20-44-1 14-31-1 17-24-1 16-23-1 20-36-1 13-30-1 14-27-1 15-36-1 18-37-1 20-40-1 16-32-2 22-41-1 14-23-2 21-36-1 11-26-2 21-34-0 36-54-3 14-30-0 22-30-0 8-15-1 18-23-0

Passing Yards 83 313 223 319 351 190 130 362 142 220 175 247 193 249 186 365 266 171 240 262 362 528 167 338 147 276

TD 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 3 0 3 1 1 2 2 3 3 1 1 4 2 2 4 1 4 1 2

Total Off. Att Yards 63 171 61 531 60 328 83 563 78 440 77 440 71 245 62 504 85 413 48 273 92 487 58 452 67 303 78 384 74 338 69 441 75 293 62 319 90 466 47 300 69 500 75 587 58 234 81 588 66 382 64 555

Return Punting Yards No-Avg 192 7-42.1 56 1-56.0 49 9-40.4 102 4-50.8 88 8-45.4 123 10-45.6 204 8-38.5 49 3-46 95 4-36.8 59 6-44.3 89 3-41.7 96 4-43.2 90 9-37.1 123 7-46.3 136 6-36.3 97 2-44.5 122 3-45.0 102 3-41.7 234 5-39.8 134 9-40.1 163 5-35.0 91 3-31.3 242 5-34.4 42 0-0.0 127 5-40.6 42 3-40.3

Total Points 177 232

TD Pct. 60.5 60.4

Scoring Pct. 76.3 81.3

Fumbles Pen. Third Avg. No-Lost No-Yds Downs F. Pos ToP 3-1 8-62 3-15 NI29 32:55 1-1 5-54 6-10 SD33 27:05 2-1 9-86 2-13 NMS27 26:47 0-0 10-106 9-19 SD32 33:13 4-1 2-30 5-16 UM26 28:02 0-0 10-56 6-18 SD27 31:58 0-0 8-80 5-16 USU31 28:43 2-1 7-70 6-14 SD28 31:17 1-1 5-25 12-19 BY34 45:01 1-0 4-37 3-10 SD26 14:59 0-0 5-30 10-22 AF25 35:18 0-0 5-50 5-11 SD35 24:42 1-1 10-88 1-12 NM23 25:53 1-1 5-66 7-19 SD41 34:07 0-0 10-72 6-16 WY34 31:50 1-1 5-40 11-16 SD40 28:10 2-0 4-35 8-18 CSu30 32:43 3-3 2-15 4-10 SD40 27:17 2-1 6-45 7-18 TC38 40:51 0-0 6-46 2-11 SD25 19:09 0-0 8-75 4-14 UT30 31:15 1-0 8-64 8-12 SD18 28:45 0-0 3-31 3-12 LV27 23:41 1-1 7-50 6-12 SD38 36:19 1-0 3-29 5-13 NVY23 29:41 2-0 3-18 7-10 SD18 30:19


2010 SEASON STATISTICS CONT. SDSU SCORING DRIVES Drive Opponent Plays Yds. 9 77 Nicholls State 1 71 6 54 6 68 7 48 10 48 2 47 5 21 at New Mex. St. 5 57 9 30 9 59 4 59 5 74 6 81 3 13 10 80 at Missouri 3 79 2 94 6 37 10 58 Utah State 4 59 7 70 6 97 2 80 10 45 8 26 at BYU 2 52 8 83 6 59 Air Force 3 77 7 69 9 66 12 60 1 44 at New Mexico 10 64 9 42 1 40 9 48 6 63 9 24 at Wyoming 7 40 7 69 5 80 9 80 6 20 10 71 3 4 5 80 Colorado State 11 60 7 58 5 56 12 80 at TCU 3 54 6 76 6 88 1 35 Utah 8 74 11 98 4 79 14 86 3 90 UNLV 5 61 8 73 8 33 7 80 3 68 9 69 5 17 7 60 Navy 5 59 6 93 7 80 7 74 13 80

TOP 4:30 0:09 2:19 2:16 2:44 4:38 0:51 2:37 1:09 3:43 4:20 1:27 2:05 2:47 1:22 4:10 0:35 0:56 2:56 4:58 1:21 2:38 2:58 1:01 4:42 4:54 0:31 2:38 2:38 1:08 0:44 4:03 5:36 0:08 4:29 3:16 0:11 3:22 2:32 4:07 2:44 1:47 1:39 3:11 2:07 4:26 0:51 2:36 4:26 3:04 2:24 6:49 0:59 2:12 2:22 0:08 1:59 5:51 1:17 6:19 0:49 1:38 2:32 3:03 3:16 0:24 3:01 1:13 3:39 2:18 2:50 2:59 3:51 6:46

OPPONENT SCORING DRIVES Type of Score Qtr/Time TD 2nd/11:31 TD 2nd/5:46 TD 2nd/1:48 TD 3rd/7:00 FG 3rd/2:13 FG 4th/10:00 TD 4th/8:05 TD 4th/2:29 FG 1st/1:13 FG 2nd/10:28 TD 2nd/1:26 TD 3rd/13:25 TD 3rd/6:55 TD 4th/8:52 TD 4th/4:28 TD 1st/7:34 TD 2nd/0:19 TD 4th/10:55 FG 4th/2:03 TD 1st/7:57 TD 1st/5:14 TD 1st/0:08 TD 2nd/8:43 TD 3rd/8:42 FG 3rd/1:57 FG 4th/1:53 TD 2nd/5:00 TD 3rd/3:43 TD 4th/6:27 TD 2nd/8:39 FG 2nd/0:00 TD 3rd/7:49 FG 4th/12:48 TD 4th/2:00 TD 1st/8:23 FG 2nd/14:52 TD 2nd/0:00 FG 3rd/11:32 TD 3rd/5:35 FG 4th/2:54 FG 1st/4:23 FG 2nd/14:44 TD 2nd/6:26 TD 2nd/0:20 TD 3rd/7:35 TD 4th/14:15 TD 4th/12:26 TD 4th/4:56 TD 2nd/0:34 FG 3rd/11:56 TD 3rd/1:32 TD 4th/8:05 TD 1st/12:05 TD 1st/9:16 TD 3rd/1:01 TD 4th/6:43 TD 4th/4:50 TD 1st/13:01 TD 1st/0:49 TD 2nd/13:26 TD 2nd/5:28 TD 3rd/11:12 TD 1st/12:26 TD 1st/5:30 FG 1st/0:14 TD 2nd/2:26 TD 2nd/1:12 TD 3rd/11:59 FG 3rd/7:07 TD 3rd/2:01 TD 1st/9:06 TD 1st/4:08 TD 2nd/3:15 TD 3rd/3:37 TD 4th/12:53

Drive Start SD23 SD29 SD46 SD32 SD26 SD42 N47 N21 SD35 NM45 SD41 SD45 SD26 SD19 NM13 SD20 SD21 SD6 M45 SD42 SD41 SD30 SD03 SD20 UT48 UT46 BY41 SD17 SD41 SD23 SD25 SD34 SD30 AF44 SD36 SD39 NM40 SD39 SD37 NM38 WY44 SD20 SD20 SD20 WY20 SD29 WY09 SD20 SD40 SD28 SD44 SD20 SD46 TC00 SD24 S12 TC35 SD26 SD02 SD21 SD14 SD10 SD39 SD27 SD42 SD20 SD32 SD31 SD47 SD40 SD41 SD7 SD20 SD26 SD20

Scoring Play D. Brown 6-yd run Sampson 71-yd from Lindley Sampson 18-yd from Lindley D. Brown 21-yd run Perez 44-yd FG Perez 27-yd FG Kazee 46-yd run Hillman 6-yd run Perez 25-yd FG Perez 32-yd FG Escobar 14-yd from Lindley Hillman 44-yd run Hillman 4-yd rush Hillman 2-yd rush Hillman 1-yd rush Kazee 11-yd run Hillman 75-yd run Hillman 93-yd run Perez 25-yd FG Hillman 1-yd run Kazee 5-yd run Quigley 28-yd from Lindley Brown 65-yd from Lindley Brown 82-yd from Lindley Perez 20-yd FG Perez 37-yd FG Brown 36-yd from Lindley Escobar 1-yd fom Lindley Sullivan 4-yd from Lindley Hillman 65-yd run Perez 23-yd FG Escobar 8-yd from Lindley Perez 27-yd FG Hillman 44-yd run Hillman 11-yd run Perez 36-yd FG Sampson 40-yd from Lindley Perez 30-yd FG Sampson 32-yd from Lindley Perez 31-yd FG Perez 21-yd FG Perez 28-yd FG Sampson 56-yd from Lindley Shields 14-yd from Lindley Sullivan 1-yd run Sullivan 1-yd run Sullivan 1-yd run Sampson 59-yd from Lindley Sullivan 1-yd run Perez 31-yd FG Hillman 26-yd run Sullivan 9-yd from Lindley Sullivan 1-yd run Long 0-yd fumble return Sullivan 1-yd run Brown 33-yd from Lindley Brown 35-yd from Lindley Brown 10-yd from Lindley Brown 11-yd from Lindley Hillman 5-yd run Escobar 14-yd from Lindley Brown 90-yd from Lindley Sullivan 17-yd from Lindley Sullivan 1-yd run Perez 42-yd FG Sampson 41-yd from Lindley Sampson 50-yd from Lindley Brown 3-yd from Lindley Perez 53-yd FG Hillman 10-yd run Hillman 22-yd run Brown 53-yd from Lindley Hillman 37-yd run Hillman 15-yd from Lindley Hillman 1-yd run

Opponent Plays Nicholls State at New Mex. St. 4 1 3 at Missouri 10 7 8 12 2 Utah State 5 at BYU 19 5 8 9 11 Air Force 9 10 16 11 at New Mexico 4 10 9 10 at Wyoming 2 6 8 7 5 3 Colorado State 13 7 9 at TCU 11 5 6 7 6 8 5 Utah 8 3 3 5 14 4 UNLV 1 Navy 11 10

Drive Yds. 40 58 60 80 20 78 75 88 17 78 24 38 67 62 54 73 80 65 1 72 80 81 13 2 41 80 78 35 68 22 68 80 40 63 73 60 33 -2 66 63 68 85 79 3 27 68 73

Type of Drive TOP Score Qtr/Time Start Scoring Play - - 2:12 TD 1st/5:49 SD40 Turner 18-yd run 0:11 TD 3rd/9:07 NM42 Allen 58-yd from Christian 0:53 TD 4th/11:45 NM40 Lee 16-yd from Christian 3:16 TD 1st/11:44 M20 Moore 17-yd run 2:15 FG 1st/0:26 SD36 Ressel 34-yd FG 2:07 TD 2nd/1:00 M22 Gabbert 11-yd rush 5:02 FG 3rd/6:52 M05 Ressel 38-yd FG 0:31 TD 4th/0:51 M12 Moe 68-yd from Gabbert 1:08 TD 3rd/9:43 SD17 Speight 7-yd run 8:34 TD 1st/4:57 BY22 Di Luigi 3-yd run 2:40 TD 1st/2:02 SD24 Kariya 2-yd run 4:22 FG 3rd/6:21 SD49 Payne 29-yd FG 4:51 TD 4th/13:43 BY33 Kariya 1-yd run 4:47 FG 2nd/3:52 AF30 Soderberg 25-yd FG 2:09 FG 2nd/0:44 AF33 Soderberg 30-yd FG 4:25 TD 3rd/3:24 AF27 Clark 20-yd run 6:51 TD 4th/2:08 AF20 Walker 4-yd run 1:42 TD 4th/0:18 AF35 Demerath 7-yd from Jefferson 0:58 FG 1st/13:04 SD30 Aho 46-yd FG 4:15 FG 2nd/10:50 NM20 Aho 25-yd FG 3:31 TD 3rd/8:09 NM20 Reed 25-yd from Holbrook 2:34 TD 4th/0:14 NM19 Reed 18-yd from Gruner 0:49 TD 2nd/11:28 SD13 Bolger 11-yd from Carta-Samuels 2:04 FG 2nd/8:05 SD13 Watts 30-yd FG 2:55 TD 2nd/3:31 SD41 Leonard 13-yd from Carta-Samuels 3:54 TD 3rd/3:41 WY20 Leonard 20-yd from Carta-Samuels 2:27 TD 4th/9:59 WY22 Carta-Samuels 20-yd run 1:24 TD 4th/7:32 SD35 Alexander 17-yd run 6:26 FG 1st/8:34 CS22 Deline 27-yd FG 2:42 FG 2nd/5:00 SD38 Deline 33-yd FG - TD 3rd/3:56 CS12 Sisson 88-yd fumble rec. 3:05 TD 4th/2:43 CS32 Pauga 28-yd from Thomas 5:33 TD 1st/3:43 TC20 Kerley 33-yd from Dalton 2:01 TD 1st/0:32 SD40 Brock 15-yd from Dalton 2:54 TD 2nd/6:39 TC37 James 9-yd run 2:59 TD 2nd/2:10 TC27 Kerley 9-yd from Dalton 0:55 TD 2nd/0:24 TC40 Kerley 4-yd from Dalton 3:45 FG 3rd/9:32 TC48 Evans 36-yd FG 1:01 FG 4th/13:06 SD12 Evans 31-yd FG 3:44 FG 1st/9:17 UT19 Phillips 32-yd FG 1:39 TD 2ns/11:47 UT37 Matthews 57-yd from Wynn 1:06 TD 2nd/4:22 UT32 Wide 16-yd run 0:37 TD 2nd/0:00 UT15 Moeai 47-yd from Wynn 6:23 TD 3rd/13:18 UT21 Asiata 1-yd run 1:32 TD 4th/11:54 SD3 Wide 1-yd run 0:14 TD 1st/0:00 SD27 Watkins 27-yd from Clayton - TD 4th/1:07 LV36 Clausen 64-yd fumble return 4:58 TD 1st/14:10 N32 Jones 30-yd from Dobbs 3:08 TD 2nd/0:07 N27 Dobbs 1-yd run

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TURNOVER RATIO

MWC Final Standings Mountain West W L Pct. 8 0 1.000 7 1 .875 5 3 .625 5 3 .625 5 3 .625 2 6 .250 2 6 .250 1 7 .125 1 7 .125

1. TCU 2. Utah 3. San Diego State Air Force Brigham Young 6. Colorado State UNLV 8. Wyoming New Mexico

Overall L 0 3 4 4 5 9 11 9 11

W 13 10 9 9 7 3 2 3 1

Pct. 1.000 .769 .692 .692 .583 .250 .154 .250 .083

G 1. TCU 13 2. Air Force 13 3. Brigham Young 13 4. UNLV 13 Utah 13 6. Wyoming 12 7. San Diego State 13 8. Colorado State 12 9. New Mexico 12

Gained Fum-Int-Tot 10-12-22 10-12-22 7-16-23 11-7-18 13-12-25 6-9-15 6-10-16 10-4-14 15-4-19

Lost Fum-Int-Tot 7-6-13 11-6-17 10-11-21 7-12-19 14-12-26 9-9-18 8-14-22 9-13-22 16-15-31

Mar +9 +5 +2 -1 -1 -3 -6 -8 -12

Per/g 0.69 0.38 0.15 -0.08 -0.08 -0.25 -0.46 -0.67 -1.00

RUSHING OFFENSE SCORING OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TCU San Diego State Utah Air Force Brigham Young Wyoming UNLV Colorado State New Mexico

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

TCU Utah Air Force Brigham Young San Diego State Wyoming Colorado State UNLV New Mexico

G 13 13 13 13 13 12 13 12 12 G 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

TD 73 58 56 55 41 30 31 22 24 TD 20 32 34 35 36 46 54 67 69

XP 68 56 55 48 37 26 29 18 22 XP 18 25 31 35 32 42 53 63 67

2XP 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2XP 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 11 17 13 7 17 8 8 16 8

Saf 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0

FG 6 15 13 12 13 14 13 17 17

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

Pts 541 455 430 401 340 230 239 198 190 Pts 156 264 274 281 287 364 416 516 532

Avg 41.6 35.0 33.1 30.8 26.2 19.2 18.4 16.5 15.8 Avg 12.0 20.3 21.1 21.6 22.1 30.3 34.7 39.7 44.3

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

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

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

San Diego State Utah TCU Colorado State Brigham Young UNLV Wyoming New Mexico Air Force

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

TCU Air Force Brigham Young San Diego State Wyoming New Mexico Utah Colorado State UNLV

G 13 13 13 12 13 13 12 12 13

Att-Cmp-Int 426-244-14 398-248-12 331-218-6 393-253-13 428-243-11 352-191-12 289-174-9 365-192-15 168-88-6

Pct 57.3 62.3 65.9 64.4 56.8 54.3 60.2 52.6 52.4

Yds 3,840 3,069 2,983 2,662 2,579 2,222 1,992 1,892 1,551

Avg 9.0 7.7 9.0 6.8 6.0 6.3 6.9 5.2 9.2

TD 28 24 29 11 17 18 12 11 12

Yds/g 295.4 236.1 229.5 221.8 198.4 170.9 166.0 157.7 119.3

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

G 13 13 13 13 12 13 12 13 12

TCU Utah Brigham Young San Diego State Colorado State Air Force Wyoming UNLV New Mexico

TOTAL OFFENSE PASS OFFENSE

G 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 13

Air Force TCU Brigham Young San Diego St.ate Utah Wyoming Colorado State New Mexico UNLV

TCU San Diego State Air Force Utah Brigham Young Colorado State Wyoming UNLV New Mexico

No 748 600 518 439 428 402 392 440 453

No 391 451 462 521 479 549 540 554 567

Yds 3,985 3,216 2,185 2,097 1,988 1,434 1,356 1,296 1,343

Avg 5.3 5.4 4.2 4.8 4.6 3.6 3.5 2.9 3.0

TD 41 41 23 29 27 17 10 10 9

Yds/g 306.5 247.4 168.1 161.3 152.9 119.5 113.0 108.0 103.3

Yds 1,296 1,452 1,802 1,934 2,375 2,620 2,469 2,895 3,002

Avg 3.3 3.2 3.9 3.7 5.0 4.8 4.6 5.2 5.3

TD 9 9 14 16 27 24 27 39 38

Yds/g 99.7 111.7 138.6 148.8 197.9 201.5 205.8 222.7 250.2

G 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

Rush 3,216 2,097 3,985 1,988 2,185 1,356 1,434 1,343 1,296

Pass 2,983 3,840 1,551 3,069 2,579 2,662 1,992 2,222 1,892

Plays 931 865 916 826 946 785 691 805 805

Yds Avg/P TD 6,199 6.7 70 5,937 6.9 57 5,536 6.0 53 5,057 6.1 51 4,764 5.0 40 4,018 5.1 21 3,426 5.0 29 3,565 4.4 27 3,188 4.0 21

Yds/g 476.8 456.7 425.8 389.0 366.5 334.8 285.5 274.2 265.7

G 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

Rush 1,296 1,802 1,452 2,620 1,934 2,469 2,375 2,895 3,002

Pass 1,674 2,499 2,927 1,921 2,665 2,495 2,711 2,961 2,626

Plays 714 846 831 870 948 857 785 879 885

Yds Avg/P TD Yds/g 2,970 4.2 19 228.5 4,301 5.1 34 330.8 4,379 5.3 29 336.8 4,541 5.2 34 349.3 4,599 4.9 34 353.8 4,964 5.8 45 413.7 5,086 6.5 51 423.8 5,856 6.7 64 450.5 5,628 6.4 63 469.0

TOTAL DEFENSE G 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12 13

Att-Cmp-Int 323-157-12 321-176-12 384-205-16 427-221-10 317-188-9 318-192-4 380-233-12 306-213-4 325-208-7

Pct 48.6 54.8 53.4 51.8 59.3 60.4 61.3 69.6 64.0

Yds 1,674 1,921 2,499 2,665 2,495 2,626 2,927 2,711 2,961

Avg 5.2 6.0 6.5 6.2 7.9 8.3 7.7 8.9 9.1

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TD 10 10 20 18 18 25 20 24 25

Yds/g 128.8 147.8 192.2 205.0 207.9 218.8 225.2 225.9 227.8

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

TCU Brigham Young Utah Air Force San Diego State Wyoming Colorado State UNLV New Mexico


2010 MWC SEASON STATISTICS CONT. PASS EFFICIENCY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

G 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 13 12

TCU San Diego State Air Force Utah Wyoming Colorado State UNLV Brigham Young New Mexico

Att 331 426 168 398 289 393 352 428 365

Cmp 218 244 88 248 174 253 191 243 192

Pct 65.9 57.3 52.4 62.3 60.2 64.4 54.3 56.8 52.6

Int 6 14 6 12 9 13 12 11 15

Att 323 321 427 384 380 317 318 325 306

Cmp 157 176 221 205 233 188 192 208 213

Int 12 12 10 16 12 9 4 7 4

Pct 48.6 54.8 51.8 53.4 61.3 59.3 60.4 64.0 69.6

PASS EFFICIENCY DEFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

G 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 13 12

TCU Air Force San Diego State Brigham Young Utah Wyoming New Mexico UNLV Colorado State

Yds 2,983 3,840 1,551 3,069 1,992 2,662 2,222 2,579 1,892 Yds 1,674 1,921 2,665 2,499 2,927 2,495 2,626 2,961 2,711

TD 29 28 12 24 12 11 18 17 11

Effic 166.8 148.1 146.4 141.0 125.6 123.9 117.3 115.4 97.9

TD 10 10 18 20 20 18 25 25 24

Effic 94.9 107.9 113.4 116.9 137.1 138.5 153.2 161.6 167.3

RED ZONE OFFENSE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

TCU Brigham Young New Mexico Utah UNLV San Diego State Air Force Colorado State Wyoming

RED ZONE DEFENSE San Diego State UNLV Wyoming New Mexico Brigham Young Utah 7. TCU 8. Air Force 9. Colorado State 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

G 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 12 12

RZ 60-68 44-50 21-25 41-49 25-30 46-56 41-50 26-35 24-35

Pct. 88.2 88.0 84.0 83.7 83.3 82.1 82.0 74.3 68.6

TDs R/P 50 39-11 31 22-9 17 9-8 33 23-10 18 8-10 32 19-13 36 33-3 12 8-4 18 12-6

FG-AT 10-11 13-14 4-4 8-10 7-7 14-17 5-7 14-18 6-8

F/I/D/O 1/2/0/4 0/1/2/2 0/2/1/1 0/2/3/1 0/1/4/0 1/1/2/3 2/0/3/2 1/0/4/0 2/4/3/0

G 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 13 12

RZ 38-48 52-65 41-51 53-64 25-30 30-36 16-19 40-47 42-49

Pct. 79.2 80.0 80.4 82.8 83.3 83.3 84.2 85.1 85.7

TDs R/P 26 16-10 42 34-8 33 26-7 38 31-7 19 11-8 16 6-10 12 8-4 30 22-8 30 18-12

FG-AT 12-17 10-11 8-14 15-17 6-7 14-16 4-4 10-12 12-12

F/I/D/O 0/2/2/1 3/1/4/4 1/1/1/1 3/2/2/2 0/2/0/2 0/0/4/0 0/1/2/0 1/2/2/0 2/0/1/4

RUSHING YARDS/GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Hillman Wesley Clark Di Luigi Alexander

SD TC AF BY WY

G 13 13 13 13 12

No 262 166 182 178 189

Yds 1,532 1,078 1,031 917 792

Avg 5.8 6.5 5.7 5.2 4.2

TD 17 11 5 8 14

Yds/g 117.8 82.9 79.3 70.5 66.0

PASSING AVERAGE/GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Lindley Wynn Thomas Dalton Heaps

SD UT CS TC BY

TOTAL OFFENSE/GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Lindley Dalton Wynn Thomas Carta-Samuels

SD TC UT CS WY

G 13 10 12 13 13

G 13 13 10 12 11

A-C-I 421-243-14 299-186-10 391-253-13 316-209-6 383-219-9

Rush -31 435 -11 -117 392

Pass 3,830 2,857 2,334 2,662 1,702

Pct 57.7 62.2 64.7 66.1 57.2

Yds 3,830 2,334 2,662 2,857 2,316

Plays 440 402 317 468 369

TD 28 17 11 27 15

Total 3,799 3,292 2,323 2,545 2,094

Avg/g 294.6 233.4 221.8 219.8 178.2

Yds/g 292.2 253.2 232.3 212.1 190.4

RECEPTIONS/GAME 1. 2. 3. 4.

Brown Sampson Kerley Brooks Johnson

SD SD TC UT LV

G 13 13 13 13 13

Rec 69 67 56 51 51

Yds 1,352 1,220 575 633 571

TD 10 8 10 4 5

Avg/c 19.6 18.2 10.3 12.4 11.2

Rec/g 5.3 5.2 4.3 3.9 3.9

G 13 13 11 12 13

Rec 69 67 40 39 34

Yds 1,352 1,220 689 660 646

TD 10 8 5 6 6

Avg/c 19.6 18.2 17.2 16.9 19.0

Avg/g 104.0 93.8 62.6 55.0 49.7

RECEPTION YARDS/GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Brown Sampson Payne Christopher Boyce

SD SD LV UT TC

ALL PURPOSE YARDS/GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Hillman Kerley Smithson Di Luigi Warzeka

SD TC UT BY AF

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dalton Lindley Wynn Thomas Carta-Samuels

TC SD UT CS WY

G Rush 13 1,532 13 97 13 33 13 917 13 312 G 13 13 10 12 11

Rcv 68 575 383 443 406

PR 0 388 572 0 0

A-C-I 316-209-6 421-243-14 299-186-10 391-253-13 252-154-8

KR 0 527 507 62 632

Pct 66.1 57.7 62.2 64.7 61.1

Yds 2,857 3,830 2,334 2,662 1,702

Yds 1,600 1,587 1,495 1,422 1,350

Avg/g 123.1 122.1 115.0 109.4 103.8

TD 27 28 17 11 9

Eff 166.5 149.4 139.9 124.5 123.3

PUNTING AVERAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Stahovich Kontodiakos McCoy Stephenson Skaer

G 12 12 12 13 12

SD CS WY BY NM

SCORING/GAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Hillman Perez Evans Phillips Alexander

G 13 13 13 13 12

SD SD TC UT WY

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Aho Evans Payne Watts Perez

NM TC BY WY SD

Punt 53 51 68 52 85

Yds 2,406 2,231 2,911 2,182 3,442

Avg 45.4 43.7 42.8 42.0 40.5

TD 18 0 0 0 14

XPT 0 54 68 55 0

FG 0 17 11 13 0

Pts 108 105 101 94 84

Pts/g 8.3 8.1 7.8 7.2 7.0

G 11 13 13 10 13

FG 8 11 17 8 17

FGA 9 13 21 10 22

Long 51 43 48 46 53

Pct 88.9 84.6 81.0 80.0 77.3

TACKLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Messina Gary Prosinski Brewer Walker

NM WY WY CS UT

INTERCEPTIONS 1. Rich Chandler 3. Blechen 4. Gipson 5. Preston

BY LV UT WY SD

G 12 10 12 12 13

Pos LB SS FS LB LB

Solo 52 48 66 45 35 G 13 13 13 12 13

Ast 63 46 42 62 78 Int 5 5 4 3 3

Tot 115 94 108 107 113 Yds 69 32 16 77 69

Avg/g 9.6 9.4 9.0 8.9 8.7 TD 0 1 0 0 0

Sk 1.5 0.0 0.0 1.0 2.0 Int/g 0.38 0.38 0.31 0.25 0.23

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2010 Game Recaps

Nicholls State 0 San Diego State 47

New Mexico State 21 San Diego State 41

Sept. 4, 2010 l Qualcomm Stadium l San Diego, Calif.

Sept. 11, 2010 l Aggie Memorial Stadium l Las Cruces, N.M.

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego State football team put on a dominating performance on both sides of the ball, blanking first-time opponent Nicholls State, 47-0, for its first win in a season-opener in six years. The Aztecs outgained the Colonels, 531-171, posted their first shutout since 2003, and logged their largest margin of victory in 14 years in front of 25,290 fans at Qualcomm Stadium. Despite the rout, SDSU took awhile to get started with both teams attempting to shake off the firstgame jitters. The Aztecs’ first two drives of the evening resulted in a missed 42-yard field goal and then a fumble on their own 19-yard line. Luckily, the visitors were unable to capitalize on that mistake, as the SDSU defense stepped up with consecutive sacks followed by another tackle for loss that made Nicholls attempt a 40-yard field goal, which it also missed. The Aztecs used the run game to find the end zone for the first time in 2010, as the team utilized five consecutive draw plays, capped by a six-yard TD rush by senior Davon Brown, to get on the scoreboard for the first time, 7-0. After Nicholls turned the ball over on downs at the SDSU 29-yard line, the home team wasted little time in doubling its lead as quarterback Ryan Lindley found DeMarco Sampson down the sideline for a quick 71-yard touchdown. The Aztecs took advantage of good field posiGAME STATISTICS Nicholls St. 0 0 0 0 - 0 tion for its final tally of the first half, as Lindley comSan Diego St. 0 20 10 17 - 47 pleted passes of 14, 20 and finally 18 yards to Sampson for the 21-0 lead. Little changed for either side coming out of the SDSU – D. Brown 6-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 9 plays, locker room. After its only punt of the game, San 77 yards, 4:30 (11:31, 2nd) SDSU – Sampson 71-yd pass from Lindley (kick failed) – Diego State scored on each its final five possessions, posting a pair of field goals and three touch1 plays, 71 yards, 0:09 (5:46, 2nd) SDSU – Sampson 18-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) downs by three different running backs to ring up 47 points, its highest offensive output since a 52-point – 6 plays, 54 yards, 2:19 (1:48, 2nd) SDSU – D. Brown 21-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 6 plays, outburst in 2007. Nicholls had just one legitimate scoring chance 68 yards, 2:16 (7:00, 3rd) SDSU – A. Perez 44-yd FG – 7 plays, 48 yards, 2:44 in the second half, getting to first and goal from the (2:13, 3rd) Aztec five-yard line on its first drive of the third quarSDSU – A. Perez 27-yd FG –10 plays, 48 yards, 4:38 ter. The SDSU defense, however, again turned the (10:00, 4th) Colonels away, dropping them for a two-yard loss on SDSU – Kazee 46-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 2 plays, first down, holding them to no gain on second down 47 yards, 0:51 (8:05, 4th) and forcing an incomplete pass on third down. The SDSU – Hillman 6-yd run (B. Shields kick) – 5 plays, visitors attempted a short 24-yard field goal, but that, 21 yards, 2:37 (2:29, 4th) too, was turned back when Aztec linebacker Logan Ketchum blocked the kick. NICH SDSU Defensively, SDSU held an opponent to under First Downs 12 23 200 yards of total offense for first time since 2004, Rushes-Yards 37-88 34-218 and to less than 100 yards in both categories for the Passing Yards 83 313 first time since 1998. Overall, the defense had 12 C-A-I 12-26-0 18-27-0 tackles for loss, including three sacks, and did not Total Offense 171 531 let Nicholls past its own 43-yard line on its final five Fumbles-Lost 3-1 1-1 possessions of the game. Penalties-Yards 8-62 5-54 Offensively, the Aztecs sported a very balPossession Time 32:55 27:05 anced attack with 218 rushing yards and 313 passTurnovers 1 1 ing yards. Lindley was 17-for-26 for 303 yards, no Average Field Pos. NICH 29 SDSU 33 interceptions and the two touchdowns, which both went to Sampson, who had seven receptions for 179 Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): NICH: Caston 17-49; yards. SDSU’s Walter Kazee (74 yards), Ronnie HillTurner 10-45; Johnson 2-17; Moore 1-2; Warren 1-(- man (65 yards) and Davon Brown (65 yards) all 4); Madu 1-(-7); Klann 5-(-14). SDSU: Kazee 6-74-1; scored at least one TD.

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – Behind freshman Ronnie Hillman’s four, second-half touchdowns, the San Diego State football team started a season 2-0 for the first time in 16 years by defeating New Mexico State for the second consecutive campaign, 41-21, at Aggie Memorial Stadium. The Aztecs once again used a balanced offensive attack, compiling 244 yards on the ground and 315 yards through the air to exceed the 500-yard mark in total offense in back-to-back outings for the first time since 2005. The SDSU defense, meanwhile, surrendered only 328 yards with 149 of those yards coming on five plays. The Aggies, playing in their first contest of 2010, looked to gain momentum early, taking the opening kick off and putting together an 11-play, 61-yard drive, bolstered by a 27-yard reception and an Aztec GAME STATISTICS pass interference penalty on third and 20. NMSU San Diego St. 3 10 14 14 - 41 kicker Tyler Stampler, however, missed wide right on New Mexico St. 7 0 7 7 - 21 a 37-yard field-goal leaving the game still scoreless. Taking over, San Diego State attempted five NMSU – Turner 18-yd run (Stampler kick) – 4 plays, passes on its first six offensive plays, completing 40 yards, 2:12 (5:49, 1st) three of them to set up a fourth-and-1 at its own 40SDSU – A. Perez 25-yd FG – 5 plays, 57 yards, 1:09 yard line. The Aztecs gambled and went for it, but (1:13, 1st) Davon Brown was stuffed at the line of scrimmage SDSU – A. Perez 32-yd FG –9 plays, 30 yards, 3:43 and NMSU took over on downs. Utilizing the short (10:28, 2nd) field, the Aggies scored just over two minutes later SDSU – Escobar 14-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez on an 18-yard rush by Kenny Turner to take a 7-0 kick) – 9 plays, 59 yards, 4:29 (1:26, 2nd) lead. SDSU – Hillman 44-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 4 plays, After a three and out on its next drive, SDSU 59 yards, 1:27 (13:25, 3rd) got on the board at the end of the first quarter, setNMSU – Allen 58-yd pass from Christian (Stampler tling for a 25-yard Abel Perez field goal, despite havkick) – 1 plays, 58 yards, 0:11 (6:55, 3rd) ing first and goal at the Aggie 10-yard line. SDSU – Hillman 4-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 5 plays, 74 This proved to be a common theme for the yards, 2:05 (6:55, 3rd) Aztec offense in the second quarter, as it was unable NMSU – Lee 16-yd pass from Christian (Stampler to get into the end zone on each of its next two poskick) – 3 plays, 60 yards, 0:53 (11:45, 4th) sessions, despite getting deep into NMSU territory. SDSU – Hillman 2-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 6 plays, 81 Place-kicker Perez made a 32-yard field goal, but yards, 2:47 (8:52, 4th) missed on his next attempt from 37 yards out, meanSDSU – Hillman 1-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 3 plays, 13 ing SDSU still trailed 7-6. yards, 1:22 (4:28, 4th) The Aztecs finally took the lead with 1:26 left until the half, as quarterback Ryan Lindley found SDSU NMSU Gavin Escobar for a 14-yard TD reception and the First Downs 24 17 13-7 advantage. Rushes-Yards 40-244 26-105 The second half turned into the Hillman show, Passing Yards 319 223 as he started off the third quarter with a sensational C-A-I 20-43-0 17-34-0 44-yard touchdown run and scored three more Total Offense 563 328 times, logging 15 carries for 120 yards in the final Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1 30 minutes for the first 100-yard effort of his career. Penalties-Yards 10-106 9-86 NMSU, whose offense was limited to -3 yards Possession Time 33:13 26:47 in the second quarter, utilized quick strikes to keep Turnovers 0 1 the game close, scoring touchdowns on a one-play Average Field Pos. SDSU 32 NMSU 27 drive and later a three-play possession to only trail Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Hillman 22-150-4; 27-21 with 11:45 left in the game. SDSU would immediately answer, as a 57-yard Kazee 10-52; D. Brown 4-50; Sullivan 1-1; Sampson 1-(-3). NMSU: Turner 10-43-1; Christian 9-35; Lee 1- screen pass from Lindley to Brandon Sullivan on a third and nine led to Hillman’s third TD of the night. 22; Allen 1-3; Smith 5-2. The freshman capped scoring following an NMSU Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): SDSU: Lindley turnover, rushing three consecutive times to put the 42-20-0, 319, 1; D. Brown 0-1-0, 0, 0; NMSU: Chris- final score at 41-21.

Hillman 15-65-1; D. Brown 11-65-2; Sullivan 2-14.

Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): NICH: Caston 25-12-0, 83, 0; Klann 1-0-0, 0, 0; SDSU: Lindley 2617-0, 303, 2.; Bernards 1-1-0, 10, 0. Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): NICH: Turner 3-28; Blair 3-20; Warren 2-13; Johnson 2-(-3); Allen 1-16; Nichols 1-9. SDSU: Sampson 7-179-2; V. Brown 5-39; Sandifer 2-40; Escobar 1-27; D. Brown 1-14; O’Brien 110; Umuolo 1-4.

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tian 34-17-0, 223, 2.

Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): SDSU:V. Brown 5-99; Sampson 4-73; Sullivan 3-69; Escobar 2-33-1; Umuolo 2-15; Sandifer 2-9; Denso 1-11; Kazee 1-10. NMSU: Nelson 5-28; Allen 4-114-1; Lee 4-40-1; Preston 2-27; Smith 1-7; Frazier 1-7.


2010 GAME RECAPS CONT.

San Diego State 24 Missouri 27

Utah State 7 San Diego State 41

Sept. 18, 2010 l Faurot Field l Columbia, Mo.

Sept. 25, 2010 l Qualcomm Stadium l San Diego, Calif. 

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Heartbreak once again found the San Diego State football team, as host and 25thranked Missouri overcame a four-point deficit on a 68-yard touchdown pass with just 51 seconds left in the game to allow the Tigers to escape with a 27-24 victory in front of over 56,000 at Faurot Field in Columbia. The Aztecs trailed for most of the game, but took their first lead with 10, fourth-quarter points on a miraculous 93-yard touchdown run by Ronnie Hillman and a 25-yard field goal from Abel Perez to go ahead, 24-20, with just over two minutes left. The SDSU defense, which forced three Missouri turnovers in the fourth quarter, wasn’t able to stop Tiger wideout T.J. Moe, who caught a pass along the far sideline, evaded tacklers and rambled 68 yards for the game-winner. The Tigers’ scoring drive took just 31 seconds, leaving the Aztecs with 51 ticks to drive the length of the field. A 27-yard pass play was negated by a penalty and SDSU was able to move only 13 yards before time expired. San Diego State had its chances in the fourth quarter to put more points on the board or at least run down more time on the game clock. Trailing 20-14, the Aztec defense recovered a fumble at the Tigers’ seven-yard line, but after getting four yards on first down, SDSU quarterback Ryan Lindley overthrew GAME STATISTICS tight end Gavin Escobar and Missouri’s Kevin RutSan Diego St. 7 7 0 10 - 24 land intercepted the pass in the end zone. Missouri 10 7 3 7 - 27 Leading 21-20 with under five minutes left, the Aztecs had first down at the Missouri 14-yard line, MU – Moore 17-yd run (Ressel kick) – 9 plays, 80 but two rushes for six yards and an incomplete pass yards, 3:16 (11:44, 1st) on third down forced them to settle for a field goal. SDSU – Kazee 11-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 10 plays, SDSU got the ball right back two offensive 80 yards, 4:10 (7:34, 1st) plays later as cornerback Leon McFadden interMU – Ressel 34-yd FG – 7 plays, 20 yards, 2:08 (0:26, cepted Blaine Gabbert’s pass at the Missouri 37. 1st) With just 1:47 remaining, the Aztecs were unMU – Gabbert 11-yd run (Ressel kick) – 8 plays, 78 yards, able to get a first down, advancing only two yards 2:01 (1:00, 2nd) and running off only 25 seconds before being forced SDSU – Hillman 75-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 3 plays, to punt and leaving the Tigers with 1:22 to notch the 79 yards, 0:35 (0:19, 2nd) game-winning play. MU – Ressel 38-yd FG – 12 plays, 75 yards, 4:56 Each team started the game off well offen(6:52, 3rd) sively, as both scored a touchdown on its opening SDSU – Hillman 93-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 2 plays, drives. Missouri broke the tie with a 34-yard field goal 94 yards, 0:56 (10:55, 4th) at the end of the first quarter and jumped ahead by SDSU – A. Perez 25-yd FG – 6 plays, 37 yards, 2:51 10 points with a 11-yard TD run with only a minute (2:03, 4th) MU – Moe 68-yd pass from Gabbert (Ressel kick) – 2 left until halftime. The Aztecs reclaimed the momentum heading plays, 88 yards, 0:31 (0:51, 4th) into the locker room, however, when Hillman broke SDSU UM loose for a 75-yard touchdown with just nine seconds left in the half to put SDSU down only 17-14. First Downs 17 25 Missouri kicked another field goal in the third Rushes-Yards 33-250 27-89 quarter, setting up the fateful final 15 minutes, which Passing Yards 190 351 began with the Aztecs trailing 20-14. C-A-I 20-44-1 28-51-2 Despite the loss, Hillman continued to dazzle, Total Offense 440 440 carrying 23 times for 228 yards and the touchdown Fumbles-Lost 0-0 4-1 runs of 75 and 93 yards, the latter of which was the Penalties-Yards 10-56 2-30 second-longest rush in school history. Possession Time 31:58 28:02 SDSU ran for over 200 yards for the third Turnovers 1 3 straight game and the two sides tied with exacty 440 Average Field Pos. SDSU 27 MU 26 yards of total offense apiece.

SAN DIEGO – San Diego State scored touchdowns on each of its first four possesions of the game, running out to a 28-0 lead and never looking back, as the Aztecs finished their 2010 non-conference campaign with a 41-7 drubbing of Utah State at Qualcomm Stadium. Over 45,000 fans turned out to see the team improve to 3-1 on the season, matching the program’s best start in 29 years. SDSU continued to sport a well-balanced attack with 142 yards on the ground and 362 yards through the air for its third game of the season with over 500 yards of total offense. The Aztec defense, meanwhile, put a near lid on anything the Utah State offense could muster, limiting the Aggies to only 245 yards and a single touchdown, which was set up by a turnover on special teams. After Utah State punted on the initial drive of the game, the Aztecs took over and took six plays, highlighted by a 21-yard reception by Brandon Sullivan on third-and-4, to get to the Aggie 17-yard line. SDSU then gave the ball to freshman Ronnie Hillman on four consecutive running plays, plunging in from a yard out for the 7-0 lead. The Aztecs doubled that advantage just over two and a half minutes later when quarterback Ryan Lindley connected with tight end Gavin Escobar on a 45-yard reception that set up another rushing score, this time by sophomore Walter Kazee. San Diego State used a little trickery on its third touchdown of the first quarter as Lindley faked a GAME STATISTICS handoff on fourth-and-1, kept the ball behind his Utah State 0 0 7 0 - 7 back and then found freshman tight end Bryce San Diego State 21 7 10 3 - 41 Quigley wide open for a 28-yard touchdown, the first of his collegiate career. SDSU – Hillman 1-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 10 plays, With the Aztecs already leading 28-0, Utah 58 yards, 4:58 (7:57, 1st) State’s lone scoring threat in the first half stalled at SDSU – Kazee 5-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 4 plays, 59 the SDSU 29, as quarterback Diondre Borel’s pass yards, 1:21 (5:14, 1st) fell incomplete on a fourth-and-6. SDSU – Quigley 28-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) The Aggies finally got on the scoreboard at the – 7 plays, 70 yards, 2:38 (0:08, 1st) 9:43 mark of the third quarter, taking advantage of a SDSU – V. Brown 65-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) San Diego State fumble on a punt return at its own – 6 plays, 97 yards, 2:58 (8:43, 2nd) 17-yard line, to reach the end zone on a 7-yard rush USU – Speight 7-yd run (Loveless kick) – 5 plays, 17 by Derrvin Speight and make the score 28-7. yards, 1:08 (9:43, 3rd) It didn’t take long for the Aztecs to answer, as SDSU – V. Brown 82-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) Lindley connected with Vincent Brown for the wide– 2 plays, 80 yards, 1:01 (8:42, 3rd) out’s second long touchdown catch of the day - this SDSU – A. Perez 20-yd FG – 10 plays, 45 yards, 4:42 one for 82 yards - less than a minute later. SDSU (1:57, 3rd) would tally six more points on two Abel Perez field SDSU – A. Perez 37-yd FG – 8 plays, 26 yards, 4:54 goals to capture the 41-7 victory. (1:53, 4th) Lindley finshed with a season-high 362 yards USU SDSU passing, completing over 70 percent of his throws, First Downs 14 18 to go with his three TDs. Vincent Brown had five reRushes-Yards 40-115 38-142 ceptions for 177 yards and two scores, while Hillman Passing Yards 130 362 had 23 carries for 89 yards and one touchdown. C-A-I 14-31-1 17-24-1 Defensively, cornerback Leon McFadden talTotal Offense 245 504 lied a team-best seven stops and a career-high three Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1 tackles for a loss of 20 yards. Penalties-Yards 8-80 7-70

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Hillman 23-228-2; Kazee 7-26-1; Sullivan 1-2; D. Brown 1-0; Lindley 1(-6). MU: Josey 10-36; Moore 6-34-1; Lawrence 3-29; Team 1-(-1); Gabbert 7-(-9)-1. Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): SDSU: Lindley 44-20-1, 190, 0; MU: Gabbert 28-51-2, 351, 1. Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): SDSU:Sampson 6-81; V. Brown 5-17; Sullivan 2-41; Sandifer 2-9; Escobar 2-5; Kazee 1-28; D. Brown 1-7; Hillman 1-2. MU: Egnew 13145; Moe 7-119-1; Jackson 4-47; Gerau 1-28; Josey 18; Woodland 1-5; McGaffie 1-(-1).

Possession Time Turnovers Average Field Pos.

28:43 31:17 1 2 USU 31 SDSU 28

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): USU: Speight 11-51-1; DeMartino 6-35; Williams 4-14; Marshall 1-10; Borel 18-5. SDSU: Hillman 23-89-1; Kazee 9-27-1; Deakin 1-13; Sampson 2-12; Sullivan 1-3; Lindley 2-3. Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): USU: Borel 3114-1, 130, 0; SDSU: Lindley 24-17-1, 362, 3. Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): USU: Watkins 5-51; Moats 4-31; Bartlett 2-21; Morgan 1-23; Van Leeuwen 1-6; Reynolds 1-(-2). SDSU: V. Brown 5-117-2; Sullivan 3-37; Escobar 2-57; Sampson 2-40; Quigley 233-1; Denso 1-8; Sandifer 1-6; Hillman 1-4.

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2010 Game Recaps

San Diego State 21 Brigham Young 24

Air Force 25 San Diego State 27

Oct. 9, 2010 l LaVell Edwards Stadium l Provo, Utah | The Mtn.

Oct. 16, 2010 l Qualcomm Stadium l San Diego, Calif. l CBS Sports

PROVO, Utah –The San Diego State football team spotted host Brigham Young a 14-point first-quarter lead and was never able to catch up, as the Cougars held on for the 24-21 victory in front of 62,176 fans at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo, Utah. The loss was the Aztecs’ second of the 2010 campaign by only a three-point margin and denied them the chance to start a season with a 4-1 record for the first time since 1996. BYU dominated the time of possession battle, holding the ball for 45 minutes, running 37 more plays and owning a 413-273 advantage in total offense, including 271 yards on the ground. After SDSU was forced to punt on its first possession, the Cougars took 14 plays to get to the visitor’s 32-yard line. The Aztec defense stopped them on a third-down play and were looking to get the ball GAME STATISTICS back, but BYU faked a punt and Matt Marshall found San Diego St. 0 7 7 7 - 21 Mike Muehlmann for a 16-yard gain and a first down. BYU 14 0 3 7 - 24 Five consecutive rushes later, the home team went BYU –Di Luigi 3-yd run (Payne kick) – 19 plays, 78 up 7-0 on a three-yard run by J.J. Di Luigi to finish up a drive that covered 78 yards and spanned 8:34. yards, 8:28 (4:57, 1st) San Diego State’s next offensive possession BYU – Kariya 2-yd run (Payne kick) – 5 plays, 24 was very short lived, as quarterback Ryan Lindley’s yards, 2:40 (2:02, 1st) SDSU – V. Brown 36-yd pass from Lindley (A.Perez kick) pass on first down was intercepted and returned to the Aztec 24-yard line. The Cougars promptly turned – 2 plays, 52 yards, 0:31 (5:00, 2nd) BYU– Payne 29-yd FG – 8 plays, 38 yards, 4:13 (6:21, that into seven more points and a 14-0 lead on a two-yard touchdown rush by Bryan Kariya. 3rd) The SDSU offense which gained only eight SDSU – Escobar 1-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) yards in the first quarter, finally woke up with five min– 8 plays, 83 yards, 2:29 (3:43, 3rd) BYU – Kariya 1-yd run (Payne kick) – 9 plays, 67 utes left in the second quarter as Lindley found wideout Vincent Brown for a 36-yard touchdown, making yards, 4:51 (13:43, 4th) SDSU – Sullivan 4-yd pass from Lindley (A.Perez kick) – the score 14-7. Both sides had chances to put more points on 6 plays, 59 yards, 2:31 (6:27, 4th) the board before halftime. Aztec defensive back Leon McFadden intercepted a pass in the end zone SDSU BYU and linebacker Miles Burris forced fumbles to end First Downs 12 24 two Cougar scoring threats and help put SDSU in Rushes-Yards 12-53 62-271 position to score. BYU, however, utilized a key lastPassing Yards 220 142 second timeout to ice SDSU place-kicker Abel Perez C-A-I 20-36-1 16-23-1 on a 43-yard field goal try as time expired heading Total Offense 273 413 into the locker room. Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-1 Brigham Young increased its lead to 10 points Penalties-Yards 4-37 5-25 on a 29-yard field goal in the third quarter, but the Possession Time 14:59 45:01 Aztecs immediately responded on their next drive by Turnovers 1 2 converting a fourth-down-and-goal with a one-yard Average Field Pos. SDSU 26 BYU 34 touchdown reception by tight end Gavin Escobar. Each school logged a touchdown in the fourth INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Hillman 11-62; quarter, with BYU notching one first on a 1-yard run Lindley 1-(-9). BYU: Di Luigi 22-134-1; Kariya 22-85- by Kariya to move the score out to 24-14 with 13:43 remaining. SDSU answered with a six-play, 59-yard 2; Quezada 11-50; Heaps 6-4-0; Team 1-(-2)-0. drive culminating in a four-yard TD catch by fullback Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): SDSU: Lindley Brandon Sullivan. 34-20-1, 220, 3; BYU: Heaps 22-15-1, 126, 0; MarThe Aztec offense got the ball back with 3:26 shall 1-1-0, 16, 0. left in the game, but the possession stalled at the 20-yard line with three consecutive incompletions. Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: V. Brown 6-101-1; SDSU then elected to punt, hoping for a defensive Sampson 4-47; Sandifer 3-25; Sullivan 3-6-1; Quigley stop which it never ended up getting, as the Cougars 1-19; Denso 1-12; D. Brown 1-9; Escobar 1-1-1. BYU: converted a pair of third downs, including one via Jacobson 4-29; Mathews 3-43; Di Luigi 3-23; Kariya 2- penalty, to run out the clock and secure the 24-21 13; Meuhlmann 1-16; Hague 1-10; Mahina 1-5; Hoff- victory.

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego State football team held on despite a furious final few minutes, knocking off its first ranked opponent in 14 years with a 27-25 victory over 23rd-ranked Air Force at Qualcomm Stadium. The Aztecs never trailed in the game, improving to 4-2 overall, including 3-0 at home, for the program’s best start since the 1996 squad posted an identical record. Following a scoreless first quarter that saw both teams throw an interception, SDSU got on the board first when freshman running back Ronnie Hillman utilized good blocking up front to scamper 65 yards for a touchdown and the 7-0 lead. The Falcons got to within a single point with a pair of Erik Soderberg field goals, the latter of which came with only 44 seconds left until the half. The Aztecs could have run out the clock after GAME STATISTICS the ensuing kickoff, but put together three-straight Air Force 0 6 6 13 - 25 20-plus yard gains with the final one coming on a San Diego St. 0 10 7 10 - 27 shovel pass from Ryan Lindley to fullback Brandon SDSU – Hillman 65-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 3 plays, Sullivan, which got them all the way down to the Air Force 1-yard line. A false start penalty and an in77 yards, 1:08 (8:39, 2nd) AFA – Soderberg 25-yd FG – 11 plays, 62 yards, 4:47 completion followed, as SDSU settled for a 23-yard field goal to head into the locker room up 10-6. (3:52, 2nd) After punting on its first possession of the third AFA – Soderberg 30-yd FG – 9 plays, 54 yards, 2:09 quarter, the Aztecs converted three consecutive (0:44, 2nd) SDSU – A. Perez 23-yd FG – 7 plays, 69 yards, 0:44 third-down plays on their next drive with a 32-yard reception by Vincent Brown, a 36-yard catch by De(0:00, 2nd) SDSU – Escobar 8-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) Marco Sampson and a nifty one-handed grab in the end zone by Gavin Escobar for the 17-6 advantage. – 9 plays, 66 yards, 4:03 (7:49, 3rd) The 11-point lead was short-lived, however, as AFA – Clark 20-yd run (Clark rush failed) – 10 plays, the Falcons answered back with their first offensive 73 yards, 4:25 (3:24, 3rd) SDSU – A. Perez 27-yd FG – 12 plays, 60 yards, 5:36 touchdown against SDSU since 2008, scoring on a 20-yard run by Asher Clark to put the visitors back (12:48, 4th) AFA – Walker 4-yd run (Jefferson pass failed) – 16 to within five after a failed two-point conversion. The fourth quarter proved to be an interesting plays, 80 yards, 6:51 (2:08, 4th) SDSU – Hillman 44-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 1 plays, one, as the Aztecs went up by eight points on a 27yard field goal and were looking to move it to a two 44 yards, 0:08 (2:00, 4th) AFA – Demerath 7-yd pass from Jefferson (Soderberg kick) – possession game, but place-kicker Abel Perez missed a 19-yard attempt, breathing life into the Air 11 plays, 65 yards, 1:42 (0:18, 4th) Force attack. The Falcons took advantage with a 16-play, 80AFA SDSU yard drive that resulted in a touchdown. Now trailing First Downs 29 16 20-18 with only two minues left, Air Force tried its Rushes-Yards 62-312 31-205 second two-point conversion of the night and looked Passing Yards 175 247 to be successful in tying the game, but the play on C-A-I 13-30-1 14-27-1 the field ended up being overturned by instant replay Total Offense 487 452 to preserve the 20-18 SDSU lead. Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Hoping to just get a first down and run out the Penalties-Yards 5-30 5-50 clock, the Aztecs instead scored just eight seconds Possession Time 35:18 24:42 later on a 44-yard touchdown run by Hillman. Turnovers 1 1 The Falcons would convert a successful twoAverage Field Pos. AFA 25 SDSU 35 minute drill with another seven points, but SDSU reINDIVIDUAL STATS covered the ensuing on-side kick to perserve the Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): AFA: Clark 19-116-1; Jefferson 27-25 victory for the over 28,000 fans in attendance 15-88; Walker 9-29-1; Halderman 3-24; Getz 5-22; for the annual Homecoming game.

man 1-3.

Warzeka 6-17; Tew 5-16. SDSU: Hillman 24-191-2; Lindley 5-18; Team 2-(-4).

Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): AFA: Jefferson 3013-1, 175, 1; SDSU: San Diego State 26-14-1, 247, 1; Team 1-0-0, 0, 0. Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): AFA: Warzeka 5-55; Demerath 4-52-1; Halderman 2-41; Hirneise 1-18; Freeman 1-9. SDSU: Sampson 4-106; Sullivan 4-43; V. Brown 360; Sandifer 1-22; Hillman 1-8; Escobar 1-8-1.

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2010 GAME RECAPS CONT.

San Diego State 30 New Mexico 20

San Diego State 48 Wyoming 38

Oct. 23, 2010 l University Stadium l Albuquerque, N.M. l The Mtn. 

Oct. 30, 2010 l War Memorial Stadium l Laramie, Wyo. l The Mtn.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – San Diego State got two touchdowns from DeMarco Sampson and three field goals from Abel Perez to help keep New Mexico winless on the year, as the Aztecs moved to 5-2 overall and 2-1 in league play with a 30-20 victory at University Stadium. The win was SDSU’s first in Albuquerque since the 2000 campaign, and marked the first time the Aztecs have claimed consecutive victories over the Lobos in Mountain West Conference history. The visitors spotted New Mexico an early lead when junior Larry Parker fumbled a punt return and the Lobos recovered at the SDSU 30-yard line just a minute and 10 seconds into the game. UNM only advanced one yard, but place-kicker James Aho put a 46-yard field goal through the uprights for a 3-0 lead. The Aztec offense finally got the ball for the first time in the game at the 12:52 mark and utilized six consecutive draw plays by running back Ronnie Hillman, including one on fourth down, to get into Lobo territory. SDSU quarterback Ryan Lindley then completed three straight passes to set up Hillman’s 11yard touchdown run for the 7-3 advantage. The two sides swapped second-quarter field goals and it looked to be a 10-6 game heading into the locker room, but an 11-yard New Mexico punt gave the Aztecs the ball back on the Lobo 40-yard line with five seconds remaining in the first half. SDSU utilized its one final play, as Lindley threw a jump ball into the end zone, which senior GAME STATISTICS San Diego St. 7 10 10 3 - 30 wideout DeMarco Sampson managed to pull down New Mexico 3 3 7 7 - 20 for a touchdown as time expired. The Aztecs used that momentum to add three UNM – Aho 46-yd FG – 4 plays, 1 yard, 0:46 (13:04, 1st) more points to their total on another field goal to start SDSU – Hillman 11-yd run (A.Perez kick) – 10 plays, the third quarter, but the Lobos made it a one pos64 yards, 4:29 (8:23, 1st) session game at 20-13 on a 25-yard TD pass from SDSU – A. Perez 36-yd FG – 9 plays, 42 yards, 3:16 quarterback B.R. Holbrook to Lucas Reed. (14:52, 2nd) SDSU quickly moved its lead back up to 14 UNM – Aho 25-yd FG – 10 plays, 72 yards, 4:02 (10:50, points just two and a half minutes later when Lindley 2nd) and Sampson connected for the second time on a SDSU – Sampson 40-yd pass from Lindley (A.Perez kick) 32-yard pass play to move the score out to 27-13. – 1 plays, 40 yards, 0:05 (0:00, 2nd) The Aztecs got the ball right back on an interSDSU – A. Perez 30-yd FG – 9 plays, 48 yards, 3:22 ception by Josh Wade, but failed to turn it into any (11:32, 3rd) points as the two sides combined for seven consecUNM – Reed 25-yd pass from Holbrook (Aho kick) – 9 utive punts from the end of third quarter through plays, 80 yards, 3:23 (8:09, 3rd) most of the fourth quarter. SDSU – Sampson 32-yd pass from Lindley (A.Perez kick) SDSU’s Abel Perez tallied his third field goal of – 6 plays, 63 yards, 2:26 (5:35, 3rd) the night following a Lobo fumble and UNM notched SDSU – A. Perez 31-yd FG – 9 plays, 24 yards, 4:00 a last-second touchdown to round out scoring in the (2:54, 4th) UNM – Reed 18-yd pass from Gruner (Aho kick) – 10 30-20 Aztec victory.

LARAMIE, Wyo. – San Diego State became bowl eligible for the first time in 12 years, as the Aztecs held on in an offensive shootout at Wyoming with a 48-38 victory to move to 6-2 on the season, including a 3-1 mark in MWC play. Ahead 6-0 following a pair of field goals, the SDSU special teams unit had three miscues in the second quarter alone, as a fumble on a punt return, a blocked punt and a 59-yard Cowboy kick return all led to points and a 17-13 Wyoming advantage with just over 3:30 left until halftime. Luckily for the Aztecs, that was just enough time for quarterback Ryan Lindley, who completed three consecutive third-down pass plays, including a 14-yard TD toss to tight end D.J. Shields with 20 seconds left to send the visitors into the locker room up, 2017. GAME STATISTICS After the two sides combined for 34, secondSan Diego St. 3 17 7 21 - 48 Wyoming 0 17 7 14 - 38 quarter points, they only managed a touchdown apiece in the third quarter with San Diego State SDSU – A. Perez 21-yd FG – 7 plays, 40 yards, 2:44 maintaining its three-point lead heading into the final (4:23, 1st) 15 minutes. SDSU – A. Perez 28-yd FG – 7 plays, 69 yards, 1:47 Fullback Brandon Sullivan kicked off the fourth (14:44, 2nd) quarter with his second and third 1-yard touchdown WYO – Bolger 11-yd pass from Carta-Samuels (Watts kick) – 2 runs of the game in a span of only 1:49, with the latplays, 13 yards, 0:49 (11:28, 2nd) ter set up by a 29-yard interception return by Andrew WYO – Watts 30-yd FG – 6 plays, 2 yards, 2:04 (8:05, Preston, to give the Aztecs their largest lead at 412nd) 24. SDSU – Sampson 56-yd pass from Lindley (A.Perez kick) – While a 17-point deficit would seem daunting 5 plays, 80 yards, 1:39 (6:26, 2nd) to any squad, Wyoming stayed in the game by scorWYO – Leonard 13-yd pass from Carta-Samuels (Watts kick) – 8 ing two touchdowns on consecutive drives with the plays, 41 yards, 2:55 (3:31, 2nd) second one following a Lindley interception to get SDSU – D.J. Shields 14-yd pass from Lindley (A.Perez kick) – back to within a field goal. 9 plays, 80 yards, 3:11 (0:20, 2nd) Unlike the 2009 contest when it lost after being SDSU – Sullivan 1-yd run (A.Perez kick) – 6 plays, 20 outscored 24-0 in the fourth quarter, SDSU stopped yards, 2:07 (7:35, 3rd) WYO – Leonard 20-yd pass from Carta-Samuels (Watts kick) – 7 the Cowboy rally, answering back with a 59-yard touchdown reception by DeMarco Sampson to plays, 80 yards, 3:54 (3:41, 3rd) SDSU – Sullivan 1-yd run (A.Perez kick) – 10 plays, move the advantage back out to 10 points at 48-38. The Aztec defense then held strong for the 71 yards, 4:26 (14:15, 4th) SDSU – Sullivan 1-yd run (A.Perez kick) – 3 plays, 4 final 4:56, logging its fifth sack of Wyoming quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels on a fourth-and-12 to yards, 0:51 (12:26, 4th) WYO – Carta-Samuels 20-yd run (Watts kick) – 5 get the turnover on downs and preserve the win. Lindley finished the afternoon with his fourth plays, 78 yards, 2:27 (9:59, 4th) WYO – Alexander 20-yd run (Watts kick) – 3 plays, 35 300-yard passing effort in 2010, throwing for a season-best 365 yards passing and three touchdowns. yards, 1:24 (7:32, 4th) SDSU – Sampson 59-yd pass from Lindley (A.Perez kick) – Senior wideouts Sampson (175 yards) and Vincent Brown (144 yards) each surpassed the 100-yard re5 plays, 80 yards, 2:36 (4:56, 4th) SDSU WYO ceiving mark, the first time two Aztecs have accomFirst Downs 20 21 plished that feat in the same game since 2008.

plays, 81 yards, 2:33 (0:14, 4th)

First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards C-A-I Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Turnovers Average Field Pos.

SDSU 22 41-135 249 18-37-1 384 1-1 5-66 34:07 2 SDSU 41

UNM 16 31-109 193 15-26-1 302 1-1 10-87 25:53 2 UNM 23

Rushes-Yards Passing Yards C-A-I Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Turnovers Average Field Pos.

37-76 365 16-31-2 441 1-1 5-40 28:10 3 SDSU 40

34-152 186 20-40-1 338 0-0 10-72 31:50 1 UNM 34

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Sullivan 18-69; Hillman 18-64; Lindley 1-3; D. Brown 3-5; Team 1-(1). UNM: Wright 11-60; Godfrey 4-17; Holbrook 4-11; Carrier 6-11; Dennis 4-9; Gruner 1-7; Fussell 1-(-6).

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Hillman 21-44; Kazee 7-23; Sullivan 6-15-3; D. Brown 1-(-1); Lindley 2-(-5). WYO: Alexander 11-89-1; Carta-Samuels 1451-1; Herron 8-14; Team 1-(-1).

Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): SDSU: Lindley 37-18-1, 249, 2; UNM: Holbrook 27-11-1, 124, 1; Gruner 9-4-0, 69, 1.

Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): SDSU: Lindley 32-16-2, 365, 3; WYO: Carta-Samuels 40-20-1, 186, 3.

Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Sampson 7-1272; V. Brown 7-85; Escobar 2-11; Quigley 1-13; Sandifer 1-13. UNM: Reed 5-95-2; Hernandez 4-49; Williams 233; Dennis 2-(-11); Carrier 1-17; Kirk 1-10.

Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Sampson 7-1752; V. Brown 5-144; D.J. Shields 2-29-1; Sandifer 1-9; Escobar 1-8. WYO: Leonard 7-75-2; Bolger 4-40-1; McNeill 4-21; Ogbonna 3-28; Alexander 1-15; Aiken 1-7.

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2008 SEASON SEASON IN IN REVIEW REVIEW 2010

2010 Game Recaps Colorado State 19 San Diego State 24

San Diego State 35 TCU 40

Nov. 6, 2010 l Qualcomm Stadium l San Diego, Calif. l The Mtn.

Nov. 13, 2010 l Amon Carter Stadium l Fort Worth, Texas l Versus

SAN DIEGO – Behind a 151-yard rushing effort by Ronnie Hillman, San Diego State overcame a season-high five turnovers in a 24-19 victory over Colorado State at Qualcomm Stadium. The Aztecs won their fourth consecutive game to improve to 7-2 overall and 4-1 in the Mountain West Conference. The Rams’ Ben DeLine made two of his first three field goal attempts to give the visitors the early 6-0 lead. The first, a 27-yarder, came after an impressive 13-play, 68-yard drive to open the game. San Diego State hardly threatened on the offensive end as it went punt, punt, fumble, interception on its first four drives. The Aztec defense, however, led by Miles Burris, came up with some big plays to keep the damage to a minimum. Burris sacked CSU quarterback Pete Thomas on a third-and-13 play on the SDSU 21-yard line, which moved Colorado State out of field goal range to begin the second quarter. After the Rams regained GAME STATISTICS Colorado St. 3 3 7 6 - 19 possession on a Walter Kazee fumble, Jerome Long San Diego St. 0 7 10 7 - 24 blocked DeLine’s 33-yard attempt, keeping the score at 3-0. CSU – DeLine 27-yd FG – 13 plays, 68 yards, 6:26 (8:34, CSU got the ball right back again when Mychal 1st) Sisson picked off Ryan Lindley, which set up a 33CSU – DeLine 33-yd FG – 7 plays, 22 yards, 2:42 (5:00, yard DeLine field goal. 2nd) After DeLine kicked the ball out of bounds, San SDSU – Sullivan 1-yd run (A. Perez kick) – 11 plays, 60 Diego State marched 60 yards on 11 plays before yards, 4:26 (0:34, 2nd) Brandon Sullivan’s 1-yard touchdown rush with 34 SDSU – A. Perez 31-yd FG – 7 plays, 58 yards, 3:04 seconds left gave the home team its first lead at 7(11:56, 3rd) 6 heading into halftime. CSU – Sisson 88-yd fumble recovery (DeLine kick) (3:56, The Aztecs took a 10-6 advantage to begin the 3rd) second half when Abel Perez converted on a 31-yard SDSU – Hillman 26-yd run (A. Perez kick)– 5 plays, 56 field goal. yards, 2:24 (1:32, 3rd) It appeared SDSU would take a commanding SDSU – Sullivan 9-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) – lead midway through the third quarter when Andrew 12 plays, 80 yards, 6:49 (8:05, 4th) Preston picked off Thomas and returned it 22 yards CSU – Pauga 28-yd pass from Thomas (DeLine kick) – to the Colorado State 33. San Diego State got all the 9 plays, 68 yards, 3:05 (2:43, 4th) way down to the 2-yard line, but Sisson sacked Lindley on third down and returned the fumble 88 yards CSU SDSU untouched for a touchdown and 13-10 Ram lead. First Downs 19 19 Undeterred, the Aztecs responded with a score Rushes-Yards 34-31 39-152 of their own when Hillman’s 26-yard touchdown put Passing Yards 266 171 the hosts back up, 17-13. C-A-I 22-41-1 14-23-2 On its next possession to begin the fourth Total Offense 297 323 quarter, SDSU took 6:49 off the clock on a 12-play, Fumbles-Lost 2-0 3-3 80-yard drive, that culminated in a 9-yard scoring Penalties-Yards 4-35 2-15 strike from Lindley to Sullivan. Possession Time 32:43 27:17 A Hillman fumble on the team’s next drive gave Turnovers 1 5 CSU hope and Thomas’ 28-yard pass to Zac Pauga Average Field Pos. CSU 30 SDSU 40 brought the visitors to within five at 24-19. The 2INDIVIDUAL STATS point conversion attempt failed and San Diego State Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): CSU: Carter 11-34; Mason recovered the subsequent onsides kick. Colorado 10-11; Pauga 1-7; Mosure 3-2; Thomas 8-(-11); State got the ball back with 1:42 left, but went 4-andGreenwood 1-(-12). SDSU: Hillman 31-151-1; Kazee out, losing three yards in the process, and allowing 2-10; Sullivan 2-3-1; Sampson 1-2; Team 2-(-4); Lind- the Aztecs to end the game in victory formation. ley 1-(-10). Hillman finished the game with 151 yards on 31 carries, while Lindley overcame a sloppy start to Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): CSU: Thomas throw for 171 yards. Burris, meanwhile, had 10 tack40-22-1, 266, 1; Greenwood 1-0-0, 0, 0. SDSU: Lind- les (nine solo), including four tackles for a loss, two ley 23-14-2, 171, 1. sacks and two forced fumbles.

FORT WORTH, Texas – San Diego State gave No. 3 TCU all it could handle but couldn’t overcome a bad second quarter in a 40-35 loss at Amon Carter Stadium in Fort Worth, Texas. The loss snapped the Aztecs’ (7-3, 4-2 Mountain West) four-game winning streak as the Horned Frogs (11-0, 7-0 MWC) won their 24th consecutive regular season game. SDSU’s 35 points were 12 more than TCU had allowed (23) in its previous six MWC games (3.83/g) and the most allowed by the top-ranked defensive team in the nation. GAME STATISTICS San Diego State came out of the gate with two San Diego St. 14 0 7 14 - 35 quick first-quarter scores. The first score, a 1-yard TCU 13 21 3 3 - 40 touchdown run by Brandon Sullivan, was set up by a long 49-yard flea-flicker pass from Ryan Lindley to SDSU - Sullivan 1-yd run (A. Perez kick) - 3 plays, 54 Vincent Brown. Minutes later, after Brian Stahovich‘s yards, 0:59 (12:05, 1st) punt pinned the Horned Frogs inside their own 10SDSU - Long 0-yd fumble recovery (A. Perez kick) yard line, Rob Andrews sacked TCU quarterback (9:16, 1st) TCU - Kerley 38-yd pass from Dalton (Evans kick) - 11 Andy Dalton and Jerome Long pounced on the loose ball to give the Aztecs the 14-0 advantage, their plays, 80 yards, 5:33 (3:43, 1st) TCU - Brock 15-yd pass from Dalton (Evans kick failed) - largest ever against a top-10 opponent and the most the Horned Frogs have been down in nearly two 5 plays, 40 yards, 2:01 (0:32, 1st) TCU - James 9-yd run (Evans kick) - 6 plays, 63 yards, years. TCU, however, scored on five of its next six 2:54 (6:39, 2nd) TCU - Kerley 9-yd pass from Dalton (Evans kick) - 7 possessions to open up a commanding 34-14 lead at the half. Dalton tossed three touchdown strikes to plays, 73 yards, 2:59 (2:10, 2nd) TCU - Kerley 4-yd pass from Dalton (Evans kick) - 6 Jeremy Kerley (38, 9 and 4 yards) and another to Logan Brock (15 yards), and Waymon James added plays, 60 yards, 0:55 (0:24, 2nd) TCU - Evans 36-yd field goal - 8 plays, 33 yards, 3:45 a 9-yard touchdown run to account for the Horned Frogs’ scoring in the first half. (9:32, 3rd) A 36-yard field goal by Ross Evans early in the SDSU - Sullivan 1-yd run (A. Perez kick) - 6 plays, 76 third quarter gave TCU its largest lead of the game yards, 2:12 (1:01, 3rd) TCU - Evans 31-yd field goal - 5 plays, -2 yards, 1:01 at 37-14 before SDSU finally answered when Sullivan finished off a 6-play, 76-yard drive with another (13:06, 4th) SDSU - V. Brown 33-yd pass from Linley (A. Perez kick) - 1-yard touchdown run. It was his sixth, 1-yard touchdown run over the past three games and seventh 6 plays, 88 yards, 2:22 (6:43, 4th) SDSU - V. Brown 35-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) touchdown overall. Tejay Johnson picked off Ryan Lindley to begin - 1 play, 35 yards, 0:08 (4:50, 4th) the fourth, which led to another Evans field goal, givSDSU TCU ing the Horned Frogs a 40-21 lead with 13:06 reFirst Downs 7 27 maining. Following a three and out by San Diego State, Rushes-Yards 21-38 54-226 Passing Yards 262 240 TCU seemed poised to score again after Curtis C-A-I 11-26-2 21-36-1 Clay’s 33-yard punt return gave it the ball at the 29Total Offense 300 466 yard line. But four plays later, Gabe Lemon picked Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1 off Dalton at the Aztec 12 to give SDSU some hope. San Diego State responded with two quick Penalties-Yards 6-46 6-45 Possession Time 19:09 40:51 touchdown strikes from Lindley to Brown to bring the Turnovers 2 2 visitors to within five points at 40-35. TCU, however, ran eight straight rushing plays Average Field Pos. SDSU 25 TCU 33 to end the game and stay in the national championship hunt. INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: Hillman 13-54; Lindley threw for 262 yards and two touchKazee 1-6; Sullivan 3-2-2; Team 1-(-1); Lindley 3-(- downs for the Aztecs, who outscored the Horned 23). TCU: Tucker 22-131; James 23-102-1; Wesley 1- Frogs, 21-6, in the second half, while Brown caught 0; Team 1-(-2); Kerley 1-(-2); Dalton 6-(-3). four balls for 167 yards and two scores. Andrew Preston made a season-high 12 tackles, while Miles Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): SDSU: Lindley Burris had nine stops, two for a loss, and an 11-yard 26-11-2, 262, 2. TCU: Dalton 36-21-1, 240, 4. sack.

Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): CSU: Greenwood 7-68; Liggett 4-60; Pauga 3-47-1; Borcky 3-3; Law 2-30; Steele 1-31; Yemm 1-26; Carter 1-(-3).

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Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): SDSU: V. Brown 4-1672; Sampson 4-42; Sullivan 2-53; Johnson 1-0. TCU: Kerley 8-85-3; Johnson 4-54; Young 4-44; Boyce 231; Brock 1-15-1; Dawson 1-7; James 1-4.


2008GAME SEASON IN REVIEW 2010 RECAPS CONT.

Utah 38 San Diego State 34

UNLV 14 San Diego State 48

Nov. 20, 2010 l Qualcomm Stadium l San Diego, Calif. l The Mtn.

Nov. 27, 2010 l Qualcomm Stadium l San Diego, Calif. l The Mtn.

SAN DIEGO – Despite a record day by quarterback Ryan Lindley and receivers Vincent Brown and DeMarco Sampson, San Diego State fell to No. 25/24 Utah, 38-34, at Qualcomm Stadium. The Aztecs fell to 7-4 overall and 4-3 in the Mountain West, while the Utes improved to 9-2 and 6-1. SDSU struck first on its opening drive when Lindley found Brown for a 10-yard touchdown pass. The touchdown less than two minutes into the game was its fastest score (field goal or touchdown) this season and the fifth time it scored on its opening drive. Utah got on the scoreboard in its first drive when Joe Phillips nailed a 32-yard field goal. It appeared it would stay that way a few drives later when Phillips’ 38-yard punt was downed at the San Diego State 2-yard line. The Aztecs, however, put together a 11-play, 98-yard drive, its longest of the season, that culminated in Lindley’s 11-yard touchdown pass to Brown. After a quick three-and-out by the Utes, SDSU went 79 yards in just four plays. Sampson’s 17 and 46-yard receptions got San Diego State to the Utah 16 and, two plays later, Ronnie Hillman scampered into the end zone with a five-yard rush. Even with GAME STATISTICS Abel Perez’ missed extra-point, the Aztecs still Utah 3 21 0 14 - 38 owned a 20-3 lead. San Diego St. 14 13 7 0 - 34 The Utes came right back with a quick drive of their own, as quarterback Jordan Wynn found Luke SDSU - V. Brown 10-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez Matthews on a 57-yard touchdown pass on a thirdkick) - 8 plays, 74 yards, 1:59 (13:01, 1st) and-4 play. UTAH - Phillips 32-yd FG - 8 plays, 66 yards, 3:44 Lindley answered for SDSU with his third (9:17, 1st) touchdown pass of the first half, this time a 14-yard SDSU - V. Brown 11-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez strike to Gavin Escobar, to put San Diego State back kick) - 11 plays, 98 yards, 5:51 (0:49, 1st) up by 17 at 27-10. SDSU - Hillman 5-yd run (A. Perez kick failed) - 4 Undeterred, Utah used a 39-yard rush by plays, 79 yards, 1:17 (13:26, 2nd) Eddie Wide, a 13-yard pass from Wynn to Dallin UTAH - Matthews 57-yd pass from Wynn (Phillips Rogers and a 16-yard touchdown rush by Wide to kick) - 3 plays, 63 yards, 1:39 (11:47, 2nd) bring the visitors back to within 10 at 27-17. SDSU - Escobar 14-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez Looking to add one last score before intermiskick) - 14 plays, 86 yards, 6:19 (5:28, 2nd) sion, the Aztecs got deep into Ute territory, but LindUTAH - Wide 16-yd run (Phillips kick) - 3 plays, 68 ley had his pass intercepted by Brandon Burton at yards, 1:06 (4:22, 2nd) the Utah 3 and returned 12 yards. With only 37 secUTAH - Moeai 47-yd pass from Wynn (Phillips kick) - onds remaining, Utah got to the SDSU 47 and 5 plays, 85 yards, 0:37 (0:00, 2nd) launched a hail mary pass that deflected off a San SDSU - V. Brown 90-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez Diego State defender and into the hands of a waiting kick) - 3 plays, 90 yards, 0:49 (11:12, 3rd) Kendrick Moeai, giving the Utes just a three-point UTAH - Asiata 1-yd run (Phillips kick) - 14 plays, 79 deficit at the half. yards, 6:23 (13:18, 4th) The Aztecs’ first possession of the second half, UTAH - Wide 1-yd run (Phillips kick) - 4 plays, 3 yards, which started on their own 10-yard line, ended two 1:32 (10:21, 4th) plays later when Lindley’s pass bounced off a Utah UTAH SDSU defender and into the hands of Brown, who ran it all First Downs 22 29 the way back for the 90-yard score. Rushes-Yards 35-138 21-59 The score would remain 34-24 SDSU until a 1Passing Yards 362 528 yard rush by Utah’s Matt Asiata early in the fourth C-A-I 21-34-0 36-54-3 quarter. Total Offense 500 587 After a holding call wiped out Sampson’s 52Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0 yard catch and two incomplete passes later, San Penalties-Yards 8-75 8-64 Diego State was forced to punt. Brian Stahovich Possession Time 31:15 28:45 bobbled the snap and Greg Bird blocked it, giving Turnovers 0 3 the Utes the ball on the Aztec 3-yard line. SDSU held Average Field Pos. UTAH 30 SDSU 18 Utah the first three plays, but Eddie Wide’s 1-yard TD rush on 4th and goal gave the Utes their first lead INDIVIDUAL STATS of the game at 38-34. Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): UTAH: Asiata 19-87-1; San Diego State got into Utah territory on each Wide 10-66-1; Wynn 2-3; Brooks 1-(-8); Team 3 (-10). of its final possessions, but two more interceptions SDSU: Hillman 14-54-1; Sullivan 3-8; Kazee 2-7; by Lindley ended the game in favor of the visitors. Lindley 2-(-10). Starting his school record 29th consecutive game at quarterback, Lindley threw for 528 yards, Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): UTAH: Wynn 33the fourth most in school history and the most since 21-0, 362, 2; Smithson 1-0-0, 0, 0. SDSU: Lindley 54David Lowery’s school-record game of 568 in 1991, 36-3, 528, 4. and four touchdowns in the loss. In addition, Lindley Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): UTAH: Rogers 4-49; became the third Aztec with back-to-back 3,000-yard Brooks 3-63; Asiata 3-32; Wide 2-29; Christopher 2- seasons and the first since Billy Blanton in 1995-96. Sampson (12 catches, 154 yards) and Brown 19; Moala 2-15; Matthews 1-57; Moeai 1-47; Dunn 142; Smithson 1-5; Asiata 1-4. SDSU: Sampson (8 catches, 184 yards, 3 touchdowns), meanwhile, 12-154; V. Brown 8-184-3; Sandifer 6-81; Escobar 6- became the 18th and 19th SDSU player to break 1,000 yards receiving in a season. 65-1; Hillman 2-26; Sullivan 2-18.

SAN DIEGO – Bowl-bound San Diego State scored on eight of its first nine possessions en route to a 48-14 win over UNLV at Qualcomm Stadium. In their final regular-season home game, the Aztecs sent their 17 seniors out in style by winning their eighth game of the season, the first time an SDSU team had accomplished the feat since 1996. UNLV returned the opening kickoff 60 yards into Aztec territory, but a Miles Burris sack on fourthand-6 ended the drive. San Diego State wasted no time, marching 61 yards on just five plays. Quarterback Ryan Lindley connected with senior Brandon Sullivan on a 17-yard pass to give SDSU a quick 70 lead. After UNLV missed a field goal, the Aztecs doubled their lead on a 1-yard Sullivan touchdown plunge. It was the fourth multiple touchdown game in the last five weeks for Sullivan, and the sixth of his career. The Rebels went three and out on their ensuing drive, and San Diego State increased its lead on a 42-yard field goal by Abel Perez. Another big return by Marcus Sullivan set the Rebels up at the SDSU 27-yard line. One play later, they were on the board after a 27-yard touchdown pass from Omar Clayton to Kyle Watkins. GAME STATISTICS An impressive goal line stand by UNLV kept the 1 2 3 4 Aztecs from scoring on their first four possessions. UNLV 7 0 0 7 - 14 Despite some impressive running by Tim Cornett San Diego St. 17 14 17 0 - 48 and Deante’ Purvis, the Rebels were forced to punt it away to SDSU with less than six minutes remainSDSU – Sullivan 17-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez ing in the half. kick) – 5 plays, 61 yards, 1:38 (12:26, 1st) San Diego State went to the air on their last SDSU – Sullivan 1-yd run (A. Perez kick ) - 8 plays, two possesions of the half, and UNLV had no an73 yards, 2:32 (5:30, 1st) swer. Lindley completed seven straight passes on SDSU – A. Perez 42-yd FG - 8 plays, 33 yards, 3:03 consecutive touchdown drives to put the Aztecs up, (0:14, 1st) 31-7. Senior DeMarco Sampson was the main benUNLV – Watkins 27-yd pass from Clayton (Kohorst eficiary, hauling in four passes for 106 yards and two kick) - 1 play, 27 yards, 0:14 (0:00 1st) touchdowns on the two drives alone. SDSU – Sampson 41-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez The Aztecs carried their offensive momentum kick) - 7 plays, 80 yards, 3:16 (2:26, 2nd) into the second half. SDSU drove 69 yards on their SDSU – Sampson 50-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez opening possession, setting up another touchdown kick) - 3 plays, 68 yards, 0:24 (1:12, 2nd) by another senior. Wide receiver Vincent Brown did SDSU – V. Brown 3-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez the honors as he hauled in his ninth touchdown of kick) - 9 plays, 69 yards, 3:01 (11:59, 3rd) the season. SDSU – A. Perez 53-yd FG - 5 plays, 17 yards, 1:13 After a fourth-down sack by Jacob Tauanuu, (7:07, 3rd) the Aztecs again drove into UNLV territory, this time SDSU – Hillman 10-yd run (B. Shields kick) - 7 plays, settling for a 53-yard field goal from Perez. The deep 60 yards, 3:39 (2:01, 3rd) kick eclipsed Perez’s career high of 44 yards, conUNLV – Clausen 64-yd fumble recovery (Kohorst kick) verted against Nicholls State. - (1:07, 4th) A Ronnie Hillman 10-yard touchdown run increased SDSU’s lead to 48-7. With the game well in UNLV SDSU hand, the Aztecs consumed most of the fourth quarFirst Downs 15 30 ter on a deliberate 18-play (all runs), 57-yard drive Rushes-Yards 28-67 51-250 that spanned more than 11 minutes. Passing Yards 167 338 Lindley completed 22 of 30 throws for 338 C-A-I 14-30-0 22-30-0 yards and four touchdowns, while Ronnie Hillman Total Offense 234 588 broke the MWC record for most rushing yards by a Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1 freshman. Penalties-Yards 3-31 7-50 Possession Time Turnovers Average Field Pos.

23:41 36:19 0 1 UNLV 27 SDSU 38

INDIVIDUAL STATS Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): UNLV: Cornett 16-61; Purvis 6-20; Randle 1-2; Trotter 1-2; Clayton 4-(-14). SDSU: Hillman 19-152-1; Kazee 16-63; Brown 10-30; Sullivan 3-7-1; Young 1-1. Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): NICH: Clayton 28-13-0, 167, 1; Herring 2-1-0, 0, 0 SDSU: Lindley 30-22, 0, 338, 4. Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): UNLV: Payne 5-91; Johnson 5-38; Watkins 2-27-1; Davis 1-7; Vidal 1-4. SDSU: Sampson 6-128-2; V. Brown 5-74-1; Escobar 4-42; Sullivan 3-61-1; Hillman 2-12; Sandifer 1-20; Quigley 1-1.

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2010 Game Recaps

Navy 14 San Diego State 35

Dec. 23, 2010 l Qualcomm Stadium l San Diego, Calif. l ESPN SAN DIEGO - San Diego State recorded its first bowl game victory since 1969, as the Aztecs raced ahead of Navy early and never looked back, winning the 2010 Poinsettia Bowl, 35-14. The Red and Black finished the year with a 9-4 record, the school’s most wins in a campaign since 1977. Freshman All-American Ronnie Hillman once again led the charge for the Aztecs, tying a career high in rushing yards with 228 and scorGAME STATISTICS ing four touchdowns en-route to being named Navy 0 14 0 0 - 14 the Poinsettia Bowl Offensive MVP. San Diego St. 14 7 0 14 - 35 Hillman started the scoring on the Aztecs’ second possession when he took a handoff left SDSU - Hillman 22-yd run (A. Perez kick) - 5 plays, on a third down and cut through three Navy de59 yards, 2:18 (9:06, 1st) fenders on his way to a 22-yard touchdown run. SDSU - Brown 53-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez Senior receiver Vincent Brown got into the kick) - 6 plays, 93 yards (4:08, 1st) action on the very next possession when he NAVY - Jones 30-yd pass from Dobbs (Buckley kick) - caught a deep corner route and side stepped 11 plays, 68 yards, 4:58 (3:43, 2nd) a defender before racing up the left sideline for SDSU - Hillman 37-yd run (A. Perez kick) - 7 plays, 80 a 51-yard score to put the Aztecs up 14-0 midyards, 2:59 (3:15, 2nd) way through the first quarter. NAVY - Dobbs 1-yd run (Buckley kick) - 10 plays, 73 Brown would gain 165 yards on eight yards, 3:08 (0:07, 2nd) catches during the game, recording his schoolSDSU - Hillman 15-yd pass from Lindley (A. Perez kick) record tying 13th career 100-yard receiving 7 plays, 74 yards, 3:51 (14:56, 4th) SDSU - Hillman 1-yd run (A. Perez kick) - 13 plays, 80 game. After a 30-yard touchdown connection from yards, 6:46 (6:07, 4th) Navy quarterback Ricky Dobbs to Greg Jones NAVY SDSU to begin the second quarter, Hillman followed a First Downs 22 27 great block by pulling guard Nik Embernate and Rushes-Yards 51-235 41-279 burst through the left side of the line for a 37Passing Yards 147 276 yard score, capping off a seven-play, 80-yard C-A-I 8-15-1 18-23-0 Aztec drive. The visiting Midshipmen would not go away Total Offense 382 555 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-0 quietly, however, as they put together a 10-play, Penalties-Yards 3-29 3-18 73-yard drive behind their patient option rushPossession Time 29:41 30:19 ing attack to close out the half. Dobbs punched Turnovers 1 0 it in himself at the Aztecs’ 1-yard line with 10 Average Field Pos. NAVY 23 SDSU 18 seconds left on the clock to cut the SDSU’s lead to 21-14 going into the locker room. INDIVIDUAL STATS After a scoreless third quarter, the Aztecs Rushing (Atts.-Yards-TDs): NAVY: Dobbs 24-107-1; went ahead 28-14 on what might have been the Teich 10-38; Greene 5-33; Santiago 4-27. SDSU: Hill- play of the day. On third-and-1, Ryan Lindley man 28-228-3; Kazee 7-41; Sullivan 3-2-2; Sandifer took the snap and faked a handoff to fullback 1-14; Team 1-(-1); Lindley 1-8. Brandon Sullivan, who dove over the top of the Navy defense. Lindley patiently kept the ball Passing (Att.-Comp.-Int., Yards, TDs): NAVY: Dobbs behind his back and waited for the Navy de8-15-1, 147, 1. SDSU: Lindley 18-23-0, 276, 2. fense to converge on the decoy before firing a 15-yard touchdown pass to a wheeling Hillman Receiving (No.-Yards-TDs): NAVY: Jones 3-85-1; for the score. The catch marked the first receivTeich 2-9; Greene 1-30; Santiago 1-16. SDSU: Brown ing touchdown of Hillman’s career. 8-165-1; Escobar 3-24; Sampson 2-45; Hillman 2-16, The freshman from La Habra, Calif., would Sandifer 1-10. tack on another score on the Aztecs’ next possession to secure the 35-14 victory. Senior defensive back Andrew Preston, who picked off a Dobbs pass deep in SDSU territory with four minutes left in the game, was named the Poinsettia Bowl Defensive MVP. San Diego State put up 555 yards of total offense in the game against Navy, the most by an Aztec team in the school’s bowl history.

Andrew Preston earned the Poinsettia Bowl Defensive MVP award after leading the Aztecs with 10 tackles (six unassisted), including a tackle-for-loss along with an interception.

Ronnie Hillman was named the Offensive MVP of the Poinsettia Bowl as he rushed for three touchdowns, scored another on a pass reception and rushed for a bowl-record 228 yards.

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Records David Lowery threw for a school-record 568 yards vs. Brigham Young in 1991.

Inside: Rushing

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Passing

119

Receiving

123

Total Offense

129

All-Purpose

131

Scoring

132

Defense

135

Punt Returns

141

Kickoff Returns

142

Punting

143

Miscellaneous

144

Longest Plays

145

Attendance

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Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game. ^ - Indicates Division I era record.

Most Yards By A Sophomore Game: 300, Marshall Faulk vs. (23) Hawai’i, 11/14/92 Season: 1,630, Marshall Faulk, 1992

n Team

Most Yards By A Freshman Game: 386, Marshall Faulk vs. Pacific, 9/14/91 Season: 1,532, Ronnie Hillman, 2010

Records

Most Attempts Game: 71, vs. Texas-El Paso, 11/17/79 Season: 559, in 1976 (10-1) Fewest Attempts Game: 12, at Brigham Young*, 10/9/01 Season: 284, in 2008 (2-10) Most Yards Game: 454, vs. Mexico Poly, 9/17/66 Season: 2,476, in 1991 (8-4-1) Fewest Yards Game: -49, at San Jose State*, 11/6/71 Season: 637, in 1958 (3-5) Most Touchdowns Game: 10, New Mexico State, 11/15/69 Season: 32, in 1964 (8-2) Fewest Touchdowns Season: 4, in 1960 (1-6-1) and 1959 (1-6-1) Most Yards Per Carry Game: ^9.36 vs. San Jose State, 10/21/95 Season: 5.7, in 1952 (4-5) Most Yards Per Game Season: 269.4, in 1952 (4-5) Fewest Yards Per Game Season: 72.9, in 2002 (4-9)

MOST YARDS Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Opponent, Date (Result) Yards Mexico Poly, 9/17/66 (W, 45-0) 454 at UC Santa Barbara*, 10/19/62 (W, 46-8) 453 Pacific, 9/14/91 (W, 55-34) 430 San Francisco St., 9/26/64 (W, 54-0) 423 Redlands, 10/18/52 (W, 27-12) 413 at UC Santa Barbara*, 10/19/62 (W, 46-8) 411 Pepperdine*, 10/11/52 (W, 33-13) 393 Cal St. Los Angeles*, 10/27/51 (W, 64-0) 390 Pomona, 9/27/40 (W, 33-3) 386 Cal St. Los Angeles*, 10/25/52 (W, 41-26) 375

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Records

Most Attempts Game: 47, Larry Ned vs. Wyoming*, 11/17/01 Season: 311, Larry Ned, 2001 Career: 766, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 Most Yards Game: 386, Marshall Faulk vs. Pacific, 9/14/91 Season: 1,842, George Jones, 1995 Career: 4,589, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 Most Touchdowns Game: 7, Marshall Faulk vs. Pacific, 9/14/91 Season: 21, Marshall Faulk, 1993 and Marshall Faulk, 1991 Career: 57, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 Most Yards By A Quarterback Game: 116, Joe Turpin vs. Cal Poly, 9/30/67 Season: 402, Kevin O’Connell, 2005 Career: 1,312, Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07

Highest Average Yards Per Carry Game: 18.6, Phil Prokop vs. Redlands, 10/18/52 (min. 10 atts.) Season: 8.0, Nate Johns, 1965 (min. 100 atts.) Career: 6.4, Norm Nygaard, 1952-53-54 (min. 200 atts.) Highest Average Per Game Season: 163.0, Marshall Faulk, 1992 (min. 8 gms.) Career: 148.0, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 (min. 15 gms.) Most 100-Yard Games Season: 9, George Jones, 1995 Career: 23, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 Most Consecutive 100-Yard Games Season: 8, George Jones, 1995 Career: 10, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92 Most 200-Yard Games Season: 4, Marshall Faulk, 1992 Career: 7, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93

100-YARD RUSHING GMS/SEASON  Pl. Player, Season 1. George Jones, 1995 2. Marshall Faulk, 1992 Marshall Faulk, 1991 4. Marshall Faulk, 1993 David Turner, 1977 Jim Allison, 1964 7. Ronnie Hillman, 2010 Larry Ned, 2001 Tony Allen, 1979 10. Jonas Lewis, 1997 George Jones, 1996 Wayne Pittman, 1994 Paul Hewitt, 1988 Chris Hardy, 1986 Norm Nygaard, 1952

Games 9 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

100-YARD RUSHING GMS/CAREER  Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Seasons Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 George Jones, 1995-96 Larry Ned, 1998-99-00-01 Jonas Lewis, 1996-97-98-99 Norm Nygaard, 1952-53-54 David Turner, 1976-77 7. Chris Hardy, 1983-84-85-86 8. Lynell Hamilton, 2003-05-06-07 Paul Hewitt, 1987-88 Wayne Pittman, 1991-92-93-94 --Ronnie Hillman, 2010

Most Yards By A Senior Game: 285, Larry Ned vs. E. Illinois, 10/6/01 Season: 1,549, Larry Ned, 2001 Most Yards By A Junior Game: 270, George Jones at Fresno St., 10/14/95 Season: 1,842, George Jones, 1995

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LARRY NED MARSHALL FAULK YARDS RUSHING/CAREER Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Player Marshall Faulk Larry Ned Jonas Lewis George Jones Norm Nygaard Wayne Pittman Chris Hardy David Turner Paul Hewitt Lynell Hamilton Ken Carson Art Preston Brandon Bornes Ronnie Hillman Atiyyah Henderson Don Shy Kevin O’Connell (QB) Mike Waters Lloyd Edwards Jim Allison Monty Reed Bill Kramer Michael Franklin Mario Mendez Ted Washington George Brown Ron Slack T.C. Wright Derrick Harvey Tony Allen Phil Prokop Ollie Brown

Seasons 1991-92-93 1998-99-00-01 1996-97-98-99 1995-96 1952-53-54 1991-92-93-94 1983-84-85-86 1976-77 1987-88 2003-05-06-07 1961-62-63 1949-50-51 2004-05-06-07 2010 2006-07-08 1965-66 2004-05-06-07 1983-84 1967-68 1963-64 1974-75 1973-74 2002-03-04-05 1961-62-63 1966-67 1968-69-70 1986-87-88-89 1990-91 1980-82-83 1979 1951-52-53 1973-74-75-76

Att 766 765 589 486 407 551 447 433 473 480 316 317 375 262 338 258 395 312 249 180 264 190 263 213 244 278 271 198 278 226 116 206

Gain 4,786 3,792 3,015 2,904 2,766 2,498 2,448 2,336 2,178 2,191 2,002 1,858 1,616 1,600 1,531 1,250 1,996 1,291 1,254 1,259 1,290 1,248 1,310 1,200 1,234 1,171 1,203 1,178 1,162 1,141 1,115 1,101

Loss 197 230 172 94 147 135 107 102 122 139 91 194 63 68 94 136 684 25 3 26 59 23 94 32 78 24 67 43 46 47 30 46

Net 4,589 3,562 2,843 2,810 2,619 2,363 2,341 2,234 2,056 2,052 1,911 1,664 1,553 1,532 1,437 1,432 1,312 1,266 1,251 1,233 1,231 1,225 1,216 1,168 1,156 1,147 1,136 1,135 1,116 1,094 1,085 1,055

Avg. 6.0 4.7 4.8 5.8 6.4 4.3 5.2 5.2 4.3 4.3 6.0 5.2 4.1 5.8 4.3 5.3 3.3 4.1 5.0 6.9 4.7 6.4 4.6 5.5 4.7 4.1 4.2 5.7 4.0 4.8 9.4 5.1

TD 57 36 15 34 25 17 22 19 28 14 26 13 17 5 12 19 5 10 16 18 4 5 20 13 10 14 9 9 10 9 8


RECORDS/RUSHING cont. YARDS RUSHING/SEASON

Pl. Player Cl. Season Att. Yds. TD YPC YPG GP1K TGP1K 1. George Jones Jr. 1995 305 1,842 23 6.04 153.50 7 7 So. u1992 265 1,630 15 6.15 163.00 6 6 2. Marshall Faulk 3. Marshall Faulk T-Fr. u+1991 231 1,586 22 6.87 158.60 7 10 4. Larry Ned Sr. 2001 311 1,549 15 4.98 140.82 8 8 5. Ronnie Hillman T-Fr. +2010 262 1,532 17 5.85 117.85 9 9 Jr. 1993 300 1,530 21 5.10 127.50 9 9 6. Marshall Faulk 7. David Turner Sr. 1977 240 1,252 12 5.22 113.82 10 10 8. Chris Hardy Jr. 1985 158 1,150 7 7.28 95.83 11 11 9. Jim Allison Sr. 1964 174 1,186 16 6.82 NA NA NA Sr. 1994 274 1,136 12 4.15 103.27 10 10 10. Wayne Pittman Sr. 1979 226 1,094 10 4.84 99.45 10 10 11. Tony Allen 12. Lynell Hamilton T-Fr. 2003 234 1,087 4 4.65 108.70 10 10 13. Paul Hewitt Sr. 1988 240 1,055 10 4.40 95.91 11 11 So. 1997 227 1,021 6 4.50 92.82 11 11 14. Jonas Lewis So. 1952 153 1,016 9 6.64 NA NA NA 15. Norm Nygaard 16. Paul Hewitt Jr. 1987 233 1,001 18 4.30 83.42 12 12 u - indicates player led the nation in rushing yardage. + - indicated team participated in bowl game. GP1K games played to date when reaching 1,000 yards; TGP1K - team games to date when player reached 1,000 yards. Multiple 1,000-Yard Seasons: Marshall Faulk (3), Paul Hewitt (2) Head Coaches for 1,000-Yard Seasons: Ted Tollner (4), Al Luginbill (3), Claude Gilbert (2), Denny Stolz (2), Don Coryell (1), Tom Craft (1), Brady Hoke (1), Bill Schutte (1), Doug Scovil (1)

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Yards

9. Chris Hardy, 1986 (947) 10. Lynell Hamilton, 2003 (1,087)

YARDS RUSHING/SENIOR Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season Larry Ned, 2001 David Turner, 1977 Jim Allison, 1964 Wayne Pittman, 1994 Tony Allen, 1979

Yards 1,549 1,252 1,186 1,136 1,094

YARDS RUSHING/JUNIOR Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season George Jones, 1995 Marshall Faulk, 1993 Chris Hardy, 1985 Paul Hewitt, 1987 David Turner, 1976

Yards 1,842 1,530 1,150 1,001 982

YARDS RUSHING/SOPHOMORE Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season Marshall Faulk, 1992 Jonas Lewis, 1997 Norm Nygaard, 1952 Lynell Hamilton, 2005 Larry Ned, 1998

YARDS RUSHING/FRESHMAN Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season Ronnie Hillman, 2010 Marshall Faulk, 1991 Lynell Hamilton, 2004 Darrin Wagner, 1989 Atiyyah Henderson, 2006

Yards 1,532 1,429 1,087 787 764

SEASON/QUARTERBACK Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Season Kevin O’Connell, 2007 Kevin O’Connell, 2005 Kevin O’Connell, 2004 Bill Donckers, 1972

n Rushing SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Yards 1,630 1,021 1,016 819 762

Yards 408 402 347 233

Attempts

Player, Season (Yards) Larry Ned, 2001 (1,549) George Jones, 1995 (1,842) Marshall Faulk, 1993 (1,530) Wayne Pittman, 1994 (1,136) Marshall Faulk, 1992 (1,630) Ronnie Hillman, 2010 (1,532) Paul Hewitt, 1988 (1,104) David Turner, 1977 (1,252)

Attempts 311 305 300 274 265 262 240 240

237 234

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

Player, Season (Yards) Attempts Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 (4,589) 766 Larry Ned, 1998-99-00-01 (3,562) 765 Jonas Lewis, 1996-97-98-99 (2,031) 589 Wayne Pittman, 1991-92-93-94 (2,389) 551 George Jones, 1995-96 (2,810) 486 Lynell Hamilton, 2003-05-06-07 (2,052) 480 Paul Hewitt, 1987-88 (2,056) 473 Chris Hardy, 1983-84-85-86 (2,341) 447 David Turner, 1976-77 (2,234) 433 Norm Nygaard, 1952-53-54 (2,619) 407

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n Single-Game RUSHING YARDS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Pl. Player, Season 1. George Jones, 1995 2. Marshall Faulk, 1993 Marshall Faulk, 1991 4. Paul Hewitt, 1987 5. Ronnie Hillman, 2010 6. Jim Allison, 1964 7. Larry Ned, 2001 Marshall Faulk, 1992 9. Ron Slack, 1989 David Turner, 1977

Pl. 1. 2. 3.

SEASON/QUARTERBACK Pl. Player, Season 1. Kevin O’Connell, 2007 2. Matt Kofler, 1981 Matt Kofler, 1980 4. Dennis Shaw, 1969

CAREER Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Seasons Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 George Jones, 1995-96 Paul Hewitt, 1987-88 Chris Hardy, 1983-84-85-86 Larry Ned, 1998-99-00-01 Casey Brown, 1982-83-84-85 7. Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07 David Turner, 1976-77 9. Monty Reedy, 1974-75 10. Ronnie Hillman, 2010 Wayne Pittman, 1991-92-93-94 Curtis Butts, 1989-90-91

TDs 11 7 7 6

TDs 57 34 28 22 21 21 19 19 18 17 17 17

Player Joe Turpin Matt Kofler Kevin O’Connell

Opponent vs. Cal Poly, Sept. 30, 1967 vs. New Mexico*, Nov. 22, 1980 at Brigham Young*, Nov. 6, 2004

RUSHING ATTEMPTS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

9. 10.

Player Larry Ned Paul Hewitt Marshall Faulk Lynell Hamilton Larry Ned Jonas Lewis George Jones Derrick Harvey David Turner Jonas Lewis Marshall Faulk Paul Hewitt

Opponent vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 17, 2001 vs. Air Force*, Sept. 11, 1988 vs. (23) Hawai’i, Nov. 14, 1992 vs. Wyoming*, Oct. 25, 2003 at Colorado State*, Sept. 22, 2001 at Fresno State*, Nov. 15, 1997 at New Mexico*, Oct. 19, 1996 at Wyoming*, Oct. 9, 1982 vs. New Mexico, Nov. 27, 1976 vs. Fresno State, Nov. 7, 1998 vs. Pacific, Sept. 14, 1991 vs. (20) Brigham Young*, Nov. 5, 1988

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Pl. 1. 2. 5.

TDs 23 21 21 18 17 16 15 15 13 13

Opponent vs. Pacific, Sept. 14, 1991 vs. (23) Hawai’i, Nov. 14, 1992 at Brigham Young*, Sept. 10, 1992 vs. Eastern Illinois, Oct. 6, 2001 at UNLV*, Nov. 16, 1996 vs. San Francisco State, Sept. 26, 1964 vs. Fresno State*, Oct. 14, 1995 vs. Air Force*, Sept. 11, 1988 vs. San Jose State, Oct. 21, 1995 at Fresno State*, Nov. 15, 1997

RUSHING YARDS/QUARTERBACK

Touchdowns SEASON

Player Marshall Faulk Marshall Faulk Marshall Faulk Larry Ned George Jones Jim Allison George Jones Paul Hewitt George Jones Jonas Lewis

Rushing Leaders

Player Marshall Faulk George Jones George Jones Marshall Faulk Ronnie Hillman Larry Ned Marshall Faulk Marshall Faulk Paul Hewitt Jim Allison Mario Mendez Norm Nygaard Art Preston

LONGEST RUSH Pl. 1. 2. 3.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Phil Prokop Ronnie Hillman Chris Hardy Chris Hardy Volney Quinlan Ken Carson Ted Washington Bob Tomlinson Jesus Reyes Larry Ned

Opponent vs. Pacific, Sept. 14, 1991 at New Mexico*, Oct. 19, 1996 vs. Fresno State*, Oct. 14, 1995 at Hawai’i, Oct. 5, 1991 at New Mexico State, Sept. 11, 2010 vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 17, 2001 at Hawai’i, Oct. 19, 1993 vs. (23) Hawai’i, Nov. 14, 1992 vs. Air Force*, Sept. 11, 1988 vs. San Francisco State, Sept. 26, 1964 vs. San Diego, Nov. 18, 1961 vs. Hawai’i, Sept. 26, 1953 at Fresno State, Nov. 3, 1951

Yards 386 300 299 285 275 271 270 259 253 253

Avg. 10.43 6.98 8.54 9.50 8.59 13.55 9.64 5.76 13.32 6.33

TD 7 4 3 3 3 4 5 4 2 2

Att 11 21 15

Yards 116 102 101

Avg. 10.55 4.86 6.73

TD 1 2 0

Att 47 45 43 40 40 40 40 40 38 37 37 37

Yards 209 259 300 218 177 253 187 134 146 142 386 152

Avg. 4.45 5.76 6.98 5.45 4.43 6.33 4.68 3.35 3.84 3.84 10.43 4.11

TD 4 4 4 0 2 2 5 1 1 2 7 2

Att 37 40 28 22 22 47 27 43 45 20 20 NA NA

Yards 386 187 270 212 150 209 175 300 259 271 152 NA NA

Avg. 10.43 4.68 9.64 9.64 6.82 4.45 6.48 6.98 5.76 13.55 7.60 NA NA

TD 7 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Opponent vs. Pepperdine*, Oct. 11, 1952 (W, 33-13) at Missouri, Sept. 18, 2010 (L, 24-27) vs. Texas-El Paso*, Nov. 16, 1985 (W, 34-6) vs. Colorado St., Sept. 28, 1985 (W, 48-23) vs. San Diego Marines, Oct. 13, 1951 (W, 34-18) at Fresno State*, Nov. 2, 1963 (W, 34-6) vs. North Dakota State, Nov. 5, 1966 (W, 36-0) vs. Utah State, Sept. 19, 1947 (W, 24-19) vs. Texas-El Paso*, Nov. 21, 1998 (W, 34-29) at Utah*, Oct. 23, 1999 (L, 16-38)

CAREER/QUARTERBACK Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Att 37 43 35 30 32 20 28 45 19 40

Player, Season Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07 Matt Kofler, 1980-81 Dennis Shaw, 1969

Yards 98 93 92 92 92 88 86 85 79 77

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300-Yard Performances By Player (2 Total; 1 Player) Marshall Faulk 2. 200-Yard Performances By Player (34 Total; 17 Players) - Marshall Faulk 7, George Jones 4, Larry Ned 4, Lynell Hamilton 2, Chris Hardy 2, Paul Hewitt 2, Ronnie Hillman 2, David Turner 2, Tony Allen 1, Jim Allison 1, Ollie Brown 1, Kern Carson 1, Jonas Lewis 1, Norm Nygaard 1, Phil Prokop 1, Eddie Stewart 1, Gary Wilson 1. Most 200-Yard Performances in a Season - 4 by Marshall Faulk in 1992; 3 by Larry Ned in 2001; 3 by George Jones in 1995 . 100-Yard Performances By Player (249 Total; 71 Players) - Marshall Faulk 23, George Jones 14, Larry Ned 13, Jonas Lewis 12, Norm Nygaard 11, David Turner 11, Chris Hardy 9, Lynell Hamilton 8, Paul Hewitt 8, Wayne Pittman 8, Jim Allison 7, Tony Allen 6, Ronnie Hillman 6, Art Preston 6, Kern Carson 5, Don Shy 5, T.C. Wright 5, Lloyd Edwards 4, Michael Franklin 4, Atiyyah Henderson 4, Nate Johns 4, Bill Kramer 4, Ted Washington 4, George Brown 3, Phil Prokop 3, Darrin Wagner 3, Ollie Brown 2, Phil DuBois 2, Frank Geary 2, Max Glass 2, Walter Kazee 2, Claude Lewis 2, Larry Maxey 2, Mario Mendez 2, Jim Pyles 2, Monty Reed 2, Ron Slack 2, Eddie Stewart 2, Brandon Sullivan 2, Glenn Zinser 2, Binky Benton 1, Don Bonatus 1, Tommy Booker 1, Brandon Bornes 1, Curtis Butts 1, Murry Callan 1, Fred Collins 1, Bob Cozens 1, Mac Dillingham 1, Craig Ellis 1, George Gilliland 1, Corey Gilmore 1, Marty Graham 1, David Hardy 1, Derrick Harvey 1, Mike Hill 1, Marcus Jennings 1, Matt Kofler 1, Marshall Malcolm 1, Kevin O’Connell 1, Del Pifer 1, Volney Quinlan 1, Joe Riccobono 1, Walt Sefton 1, Ronnie Smith 1, Bob Tomlinson 1, Joe Turpin 1, Adam Victoria 1, Pete Walker 1, Justin Watson 1, Gary Wilson 1. 100-Yard Performances By Quarterback (3 Total; 3 Players) - Matt Kofler 1, Kevin O’Connell 1, Joe Turpin 1.

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES  Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 11. 12. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 27. 28. 29. 30. 32. 33. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 46.

Player Yards Marshall Faulk 386 Marshall Faulk 300 Marshall Faulk 299 Larry Ned 285 George Jones 275 Jim Allison 271 George Jones 270 Paul Hewitt 259 Jonas Lewis 253 George Jones 253 Marshall Faulk 252 Larry Ned 239 David Turner 239 Kern Carson 236 Chris Hardy 235 Ronnie Hillman 228 Ronnie Hillman 228 Chris Hardy 223 Lynell Hamilton 220 Marshall Faulk 220 Lynell Hamilton 218 Norm Nygaard 215 Marshall Faulk 212 Larry Ned 209 209 David Turner Gary Wilson 209 George Jones 208 Ollie Brown 207 Phil Prokop 204 Larry Ned 203 Paul Hewitt 203 Tony Allen 202 Marshall Faulk 200 Eddie Stewart 200 Ron Slack 197 Darrin Wagner 193 Ronnie Hillman 191 David Turner 189 Norm Nygaard 188 George Jones 187 Marshall Faulk 186 Jim Allison 185 Wayne Pittman 183 Larry Ned 178 Marcus Jennings 178 Atiyyah Henderson177 Larry Ned 177

Opponent Date Pacific 9-14-91 (23) Hawai’i* 11-14-92 at BYU* 9-10-92 Eastern Illinois 10-6-01 at UNLV* 11-16-96 San Francisco St. 9-26-64 at Fresno St.* 10-14-95 Air Force* 9-11-88 at Fresno St.* 11-15-97 San Jose St. 10-21-95 BYU* 11-11-93 (16) BYU* 10-25-01 Arkansas St. 9-12-76 Fresno St.* 10-27-62 Colorado St.* 9-28-85 Navy (PB) 12-23-10 at Missouri 9-18-10 Texas-El Paso* 11-16-85 Samford 9-20-03 Southern California 9-5-92 Wyoming* 10-25-03 UC Santa Barbara* 11-21-53 at Hawai’i* 10-5-91 Wyoming* 11-17-01 at Bowling Green 9-25-76 Mexico Polytechnic 9-17-66 New Mexico* 11-4-95 Pacific 10-16-76 Redlands 10-18-52 at Utah* 10-23-99 Long Beach St. 10-24-87 at Fresno St.* 9-22-79 at New Mexico* 10-3-92 UCSB* 11-14-70 Long Beach St. 10-14-89 at Texas-El Paso* 10-28-89 (23) Air Force* 10-16-10 (13) Florida St. 11-19-77 CS Los Angeles* 10-25-52 at New Mexico* 10-19-96 New Mexico* 10-23-93 at Cal Poly SLO* 10-3-64 Hawai’i* 10-29-94 Air Force* 9-29-01 Colorado St. 11-4-78 Colorado St.* 10-25-08 at Colorado St.* 9-22-01

48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 56. 57. 58. 59. 61. 62. 63. 64.

68. 70. 73. 75.

80.

85. 87. 90.

96. 99.

105. 108. 109. 111. 112.

116. 119. 121. 122.

126. 127. 128. 130.

Three-time All-America selection Marshall Faulk holds the San Diego State record for most 300-, 200-, and 100-yard rushing performances by a player and the record for most 200yard rushing efforts in a single season.

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Norm Nygaard 176 Marshall Faulk 175 Marshall Faulk 174 George Jones 173 Marshall Faulk 170 Bob Tomlinson 168 Larry Ned 167 Jonas Lewis 167 Jonas Lewis 166 David Turner 165 George Jones 164 Lynell Hamilton 161 160 Darrin Wagner George Jones 160 Phil Prokop 158 Marshall Faulk 157 Marshall Faulk 156 Curtis Butts 156 156 Don Shy 156 Jim Allison Don Shy 155 Kern Carson 155 Lynell Hamilton 154 Marshall Faulk 154 154 Kern Carson Wayne Pittman 153 Marshall Faulk 153 Ronnie Hillman 152 Paul Hewitt 152 152 Binky Benton Mario Mendez 152 Norm Nygaard 152 Ronnie Hillman 151 Tony Allen 151 Tony Allen 151 Norm Nygaard 151 Norm Nygaard 151 Ronnie Hillman 150 Marshall Faulk 150 George Jones 149 Wayne Pittman 149 149 Paul Hewitt George Jones 147 Wayne Pittman 147 Ollie Brown 147 Don Shy 147 Norm Nygaard 147 Pete Walker 147 Larry Ned 146 Larry Ned 146 David Turner 146 Jonas Lewis 145 Larry Ned 145 Marty Graham 145 Chris Hardy 145 David Turner 145 Murry Callan 145 George Brown 144 Ted Washington 144 Jim Allison 144 Lloyd Edwards 143 Atiyyah Henderson142 Jonas Lewis 142 Marshall Faulk 141 Atiyyah Henderson140 Paul Hewitt 140 Ted Washington 140 Kern Carson 140 Tony Allen 138 Ted Washington 138 Don Bonatus 138 T.C. Wright 137 Don Shy 137 Don Shy 136 Wayne Pittman 135 Ron Slack 135 Mike Hill 135 Nate Johns 135 Derrick Harvey 134 George Jones 133 Norm Nygaard 132 Joe Riccobono 132 Jonas Lewis 131 T.C. Wright 131 Chris Hardy 131 Bill Kramer 131 George Gilliland 131 Chris Hardy 130 David Hardy 130

at Cal Poly SLO* 10-4-52 at Hawai’i* 10-9-93 Colorado St.* 11-9-91 at Texas-El Paso* 10-28-95 Cal St. Northridge 9-4-93 Whittier 11-15-47 at Tulsa* 10-2-98 (25) Colorado St. 11-22-97 at New Mexico* 10-17-98 Utah St. 10-1-77 at Hawai’i* 11-18-95 BYU* 10-1-05 Cal St. Fullerton 9-23-89 at Utah* 10-7-95 Pepperdine* 10-11-52 vs. Tulsa (FB) 12-30-91 Texas-El Paso* 10-17-92 New Mexico* 11-4-89 at No. Arizona 11-20-65 Cal Western 11-21-64 Mexico Polytechnic 9-17-66 Pacific 11-10-62 Wyoming* 11-19-05 at (1) Miami (Fla.) 11-30-91 at Pepperdine 11-4-61 at Utah* 10-26-91 New Mexico* 10-12-91 UNLV* 11-27-10 (20) BYU* 11-5-88 San Jose St. 11-6-76 San Diego 11-18-61 Pepperdine* 10-11-52 Colorado St.* 11-6-10 Arizona 11-10-79 at Utah 10-27-79 SD Marines 10-16-54 Fresno St. 11-1-52 at New Mexico St. 9-11-10 Wyoming* 11-27-93 Air Force* 11-23-96 at Texas-El Paso* 10-19-91 Texas-El Paso* 10-10-87 California 9-2-95 Wyoming* 11-2-91 at Fresno St.* 10-11-75 Cal Poly Pomona 10-23-65 Whittier 11-27-54 Occidental* 10-9-31 at New Mexico* 10-17-98 (16) Arizona 9-24-98 New Mexico 11-27-76 at UNLV* 11-20-99 South Florida 9-4-99 Oklahoma 9-21-96 at UTEP* 10-18-86 at Fresno St. 10-8-77 New Mexico St. 10-15-49 Fresno St. 11-2-68 Montana St. 11-18-67 SFVS* 11-14-64 Long Beach St.* 10-7-67 Air Force* 10-21-06 Fresno St.* 11-7-98 at Utah* 10-30-93 Cal Poly 10-28-06 at New Mexico* 11-19-88 North Dakota St. 11-5-66 Cal Poly Pomona 9-28-63 Texas-El Paso* 11-17-79 Fresno St.* 10-29-66 CSLA* 10-25-52 Texas-El Paso* 11-24-90 Northern Arizona 11-19-66 Cal Poly SLO* 10-2-65 Fresno St.* 11-26-94 at Air Force* 9-2-89 Fresno St.* 10-7-78 at SFVS* 11-13-65 at Wyoming* 10-9-82 Wyoming* 11-11-95 at CS Los Angeles* 10-23-53 Loyola Marymount 11-8-47 Wyoming* 11-27-99 Long Beach St. 9-15-90 at Utah* 9-13-86 Tampa 9-21-74 Cal Poly Pomona 9-27-40 Texas-El Paso* 9-15-84 at Long Beach St. 11-20-76

137. Jonas Lewis Wayne Pittman Wayne Pittman Marshall Faulk David Turner Monty Reed Glenn Zinser 144. Jonas Lewis Marshall Faulk Nate Johns Max Glass 148. George Jones Bill Kramer 150. Volney Quinlan 151. Ronnie Smith Del Pifer 153. Monty Reed Eddie Stewart Norm Nygaard Art Preston 157. Michael Franklin Bill Kramer 159. Larry Ned Phil DuBois Nate Johns 162. Jim Allison 163. Jonas Lewis Chris Hardy 165. Jonas Lewis Marshall Faulk Marshall Faulk T.C. Wright David Turner Marshall Malcolm 171. Chris Hardy Joe Turpin (QB) Claude Lewis 174. George Jones Marshall Faulk David Turner Bob Cozens Glenn Zinser 179. Lynell Hamilton Justin Watson T.C. Wright Paul Hewitt Frank Geary Jim Allison 185. Walter Kazee Larry Ned Jonas Lewis Mac Dillingham Norm Nygaard 190. Brandon Sullivan Larry Ned Phil DuBois David Turner Art Preston 195. Lynell Hamilton Art Preston 197. Larry Maxey Paul Hewitt Chris Hardy Jim Pyles 201. Lynell Hamilton David Turner 203. Lynell Hamilton Adam Victoria Lloyd Edwards Nate Johns 207. Fred Collins Marshall Faulk Tony Allen Bill Kramer Art Preston 212. Brandon Sullivan Michael Franklin George Jones Wayne Pittman Paul Hewitt Ted Washington Lloyd Edwards Jim Allison Jim Pyles Max Glass 222. Darrin Wagner Chris Hardy Mario Mendez Claude Lewis

129 129 129 129 129 129 129 127 127 127 127 126 126 125 124 124 123 123 123 123 122 122 121 121 121 120 119 119 118 118 118 118 118 118 116 116 116 114 114 114 114 114 113 113 113 113 113 113 112 112 112 112 112 111 111 111 111 111 110 110 109 109 109 109 108 108 107 107 107 107 106 106 106 106 106 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 105 104 104 104 104

at Hawai’i* 10-25-97 at New Mexico* 10-15-94 at Colorado St.* 9-24-94 Air Force* 10-24-92 Texas-El Paso 10-15-77 at Fresno St.* 10-12-74 at Redlands* 10-22-38 UNLV* 10-18-97 at Wyoming* 11-7-92 at Fresno St.* 10-30-65 Redlands* 11-6-37 at Colorado St.* 10-26-96 at Texas-El Paso 9-28-74 SD Marines 10-13-51 San Jose St. 11-6-76 North Texas 11-22-69 Pacific* 11-9-74 at Northern Illinois 9-12-70 Hawai’i 9-26-53 at Fresno St. 11-3-51 Air Force* 11-22-03 Iowa St. 12-1-73 New Mexico* 10-9-99 Colorado St.* 11-4-78 Cal Poly SLO* 10-2-65 at Cal Poly Pomona 9-19-64 New Mexico* 10-11-97 Hawai’i* 11-22-86 Hawai’i* 10-9-98 at (11) UCLA 9-26-92 BYU* 11-16-91 (2) Miami (Fla.) 12-1-90 Long Beach St . 11-12-77 at CS Los Angeles* 10-23-53 Wyoming* 11-15-86 Cal Poly SLO* 9-30-67 at UC Santa Barbara*11-10-56 (16) Wyoming* 11-7-96 at Air Force* 9-21-91 at Pacific 11-5-77 Redlands 10-19-40 New Mexico St. 10-23-37 Eastern Wash. 8-30-03 Idaho 9-7-96 Long Beach St. 9-8-91 Utah* 9-12-87 Florida St. 10-27-73 at San Jose St. 11-28-64 at UNLV 11-28-09 at Ohio St. 10-20-01 Texas-El Paso* 11-21-98 Northern Illinois 9-20-68 at Pepperdine* 10-10-53 Southern Utah 9-12-09 Hawai’i* 10-9-98 Utah* 12-2-78 at San Jose St. 11-26-77 Pepperdine* 10-14-50 at Hawai’i 12-3-05 at Arizona St. 11-4-50 at Wyoming* 10-6-90 at Utah* 10-29-88 at New Mexico* 9-27-86 at Whittier 11-26-55 at Colorado State* 11-12-05 BYU 10-2-76 at Texas-El Paso 9-13-03 Long Beach St.* 11-13-71 Fresno St. 11-2-68 at CS Los Angeles 10-16-65 UNLV* 10-26-02 at Air Force* 9-18-93 at Colorado St.* 10-20-79 New Mexico St. 11-16-74 at Cal Poly SLO* 11-18-50 Wyoming 11-14-09 at Colorado St.* 11-15-03 Nevada 9-28-95 at Wyoming* 10-22-94 Hawai’i* 10-15-88 at No. Illinois 10-21-67 at No. Illinois 10-21-67 at Long Beach St.*10-10-64 at New Mexico 11-24-56 New Mexico St. 10-23-37 Pacific 10-21-89 Utah* 10-19-85 SD Marines 11-30-63 San Jose St.* 10-20-56


RECORDS/RUSHING cont. 226. Brandon Bornes 103 at Air Force* 11-13-04 Jonas Lewis 103 at Kansas 9-25-99 Larry Maxey 103 at UCLA 10-13-90 Tommy Booker 103 at Oregon 9-8-90 Norm Nygaard 103 San Francisco St. 11-8-52 103 at Redlands 11-10-51 Art Preston 232. T.C. Wright 102 New Mexico* 10-12-91 Corey Gilmore 102 Utah* 10-19-85 Matt Kofler (QB) 102 New Mexico* 11-22-80 Craig Ellis 102 at Air Force* 9-20-80 Lloyd Edwards 102 Texas Southern 10-12-68 237. Walter Kazee 101 New Mexico St. 10-3-09 11-6-04 Kevin O'Connell (QB)101 at BYU* Michael Franklin 101 Idaho State 9-4-04 Tony Allen 101 Miami (Fla.) 10-13-79 George Brown 101 So. Mississippi 10-10-70 101 at UT-Arlington 10-18-69 George Brown Kern Carson 101 at Pacific 11-9-63 101 Fresno St.* 10-21-50 Art Preston 101 SD Marines 11-11-37 Walt Sefton 246. Atiyyah Henderson100 Idaho 9-27-08 Michael Franklin 100 Nevada 9-25-04 Frank Geary 100 at Arizona 9-14-74 Phil Prokop 100 San Jose St. 9-27-52 FB - 1991 Freedom Bowl; PB - 2010 Poinsettia Bowl

MULTIPLE 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 

14 times, SDSU is 13-1 when multiple players rush for 100 yards or more Date Opponent No. Yds. TDs 10-23-37 New Mexico St. (W, 20-0) 22 114 1 Glenn Zinser Max Glass 24 105 0 10-11-52 Pepperdine* (W, 33-13) Phil Prokop 7 158 1 Norm Nygaard 13 152 2 10-25-52 Cal St. Los Angeles* (W, 41-26) Norm Nygaard 20 188 1 Don Bonatus 14 138 1 10-23-53 at Cal St. Los Angeles* (W, 40-13) Norm Nygaard 15 132 2 Marshall Malcolm 9 118 2 10-2-65 Cal Poly SLO* (W, 41-0) Don Shy 19 136 1 Nate Johns 12 121 2 9-17-66 Mexico Polytechnic (W, 45-0) Gary Wilson 16 209 2 Don Shy 8 155 1 10-21-67 at Northern Illinois (W, 47-6) Lloyd Edwards 14 105 0 Ted Washington 21 105 0 11-2-68 Fresno St. (W, 42-12) George Brown 14 144 1 Lloyd Edwards 22 107 0 11-6-76 San Jose St. (W, 30-17) Binky Benton 29 152 2 Ron Smith 6 124 0 11-4-78 Colorado St.* (W, 34-31) Marcus Jennings 27 178 1 Phil DuBois 14 121 0 10-19-85 Utah* (L, 37-39) Chris Hardy 17 104 1 Cory Gilmore 16 102 2 10-12-91 New Mexico* (W, 38-24) Marshall Faulk 14 153 2 T.C. Wright 18 102 1 10-9-98 Hawai’i* (W, 35-13) Jonas Lewis 16 118 1 Larry Ned 11 111 2 10-17-98 at New Mexico* (W-ot, 36-33) Jonas Lewis 23 166 3 Larry Ned 23 146 1

CONSECUTIvE 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES  Date Opponent No. Marshall Faulk - 10 11-9-91 Colorado State* 30 11-16-91 Brigham Young* 20 11-30-91 at (1) Miami (Fla.) 27 12-30-91 vs. Tulsa (FB) 30 9-5-92 at Southern California 27 9-10-92 at Brigham Young* 35

Yds. TDs 174 118 154 157 220 299

1 2 0 1 3 3

9-26-92 at (21) UCLA 23 25 10-3-92 at New Mexico* 30 10-17-92 Texas-El Paso* 10-24-92 Air Force* 29 George Jones - 8 25 9-28-95 Nevada 39 10-7-95 at Utah* 10-14-95 Fresno State* 28 10-21-95 San Jose State 19 21 10-28-95 at Texas-El Paso* 35 11-4-95 New Mexico* 11-11-95 Wyoming* 27 11-18-95 at Hawai’i* 21 Larry Ned - 4 33 9-24-98 (16) Arizona 10-3-98 at Tulsa* 32 10-9-98 Hawai’i* 11 23 10-17-98 at New Mexico* David Turner - 4 11-5-77 at Pacific 35 11-12-77 Long Beach State 26 25 11-19-77 (13) Florida State 11-26-77 at (16) San Jose State 27 Jim Allison - 4 9-19-64 at Cal Poly (Pomona) 20 20 9-26-64 San Francisco State 10-3-64 at Cal Poly (SLO)* 22 10-10-64 at Long Beach State* 18 Lynell Hamilton - 3 11-12-05 at Colorado State* 21 11-19-05 Wyoming* 27 12-3-05 at Hawai’i 26 Michael Franklin - 3 11-15-03 at Colorado State* 18 11-22-03 Air Force* 29 9-4-04 Idaho State 12 Larry Ned - 3 9-22-01 at Colorado State* 40 9-29-01 Air Force* 24 10-6-01 Eastern Illinois 30 Jonas Lewis - 3 10-11-97 New Mexico* 26 10-18-97 UNLV* 36 10-25-97 at Hawai’i* 30 Wayne Pittman - 3 10-15-94 at New Mexico* 27 10-22-94 at Wyoming* 22 10-29-94 Hawai’i* 33 Marshall Faulk - 3 10-23-93 New Mexico* 36 10-30-93 at Utah* 22 11-11-93 Brigham Young* 32 Wayne Pittman - 3 10-19-91 at Texas-El Paso* 28 10-26-91 at Utah* 36 11-2-91 Wyoming* 26 T.C. Wright - 3 11-24-90 Texas-El Paso* 14 12-1-90 (2) Miami 22 9-8-91 Long Beach State 18 Tony Allen - 3 10-13-79 Miami 28 10-20-79 at Colorado State* 16 10-27-79 at Utah* 28 David Turner - 3 10-1-77 Utah State 22 10-8-77 at Fresno State 28 10-15-77 Texas-El Paso 19 Jim Allison - 3 11-14-64 San Fernando Valley St.* 22 11-21-64 Cal Western 24 11-28-64 at San Jose State 23 Norm Nygaard - 3 10-25-52 Cal State Los Angeles* 20 11-1-52 Fresno State 19 11-8-52 San Francisco State 18

118 200 156 129

1 2 1 0

105 160 270 253 173 208 133 164

1 1 5 2 2 3 1 3

146 167 111 146

1 0 2 1

114 118 189 111

1 3 2 0

120 271 185 105

2 4 3 1

108 154 110

1 1 1

105 122 101

0 1 1

177 178 285

2 2 3

119 127 129

0 1 0

129 105 183

1 1 2

186 141 252

1 1 2

149 153 147

2 0 0

137 118 113

2 1 1

101 106 151

1 0 1

165 145 129

1 1 3

144 156 113

2 3 1

188 151 103

1 2 2

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Rushing Leaders

Year Player Cl. NR CR Att. Yds. 1947 Joe Riccobono So. 101 405 Murry Callan So. 95 528 1948 1949 Jim Simmons Jr. 87 523 1950 Art Preston Jr. 114 78 Art Preston Sr. 118 588 1951 1952 Norm Nygaard So. 153 1,016 Norm Nygaard Jr. 126 889 1953 Norm Nygaard Sr. 128 714 1954 1955 Jim Pyles So. 54 326 Claude Lewis Sr. 87 470 1956 Cecil McGehee Jr. 75 218 1957 1958 Bob Ball So. 77 344 1959 Dick Morris Jr. 68 313 1960 Dick Morris Sr. 83 306 1961 Kern Carson So. 87 560 Kern Carson Jr. 1 114 796 1962 1963 Kern Carson Sr. 3 115 555 1964 Jim Allison Sr. 1 174 1,186 Nate Johns Jr. 115 921 1965 1966 Ted Washington So. 2 97 591 1967 Ted Washington Jr. 147 608 1968 Lloyd Edwards Sr. 178 809 George Brown Jr. 3 134 558 1969 1970 Eddie Steward Jr. 4 84 580 1971 Adam Victoria Sr. 6 147 483 1972 Dennis Haughn Jr. 90 301 1973 Frank Geary Jr. 5 106 479 1974 Bill Kramer Sr. 3 148 905 1975 Monty Reedy Sr. 6 144 617 1976 David Turner Jr. 193 982 1977 David Turner Sr. 240 1,252 1978 Phil DuBois Sr. 153 705 1979 Tony Allen Sr. 19 1 226 1,094 1980 Derrick Harvey Fr. 71 338 1981 Bull Williams Sr. 65 256 1982 Derrick Harvey So. 155 558 1983 Mike Waters Jr. 132 562 1984 Mike Waters Sr. 180 704 1985 Chris Hardy Jr. 158 1,150 1986 Chris Hardy Sr. 3 237 947 1987 Paul Hewitt Jr. 4 233 1,001 1988 Paul Hewitt Sr. 21 1 240 1,055 1989 Ron Slack Sr. 220 914 1990 T.C. Wright Jr. 2 116 730 1991 Marshall Faulk Fr. 1 1 201 1,429 1992 Marshall Faulk So. 1 1 265 1,630 1993 Marshall Faulk Jr. 5 2 300 1,530 1994 Wayne Pittman Sr. 27 3 274 1,136 1995 George Jones Jr. 3 1 305 1,842 1996 George Jones Sr. 181 968 1997 Jonas Lewis So. 10 227 1,021 1998 Jonas Lewis Jr. 30 6 181 897 1999 Larry Ned Jr. 44 4 162 894 2000 Larry Ned Sr. 139 357 2001 Larry Ned *Sr. 4 2 311 1,549 2002 James Truvillion Sr. 14 120 392 2003 Lynell Hamilton Fr. 18 2 234 1,087 2004 Brandon Bornes Fr. 9 133 578 2005 Lynell Hamilton So. 7 190 819 2006 Atiyyah Henderson Fr. 74 5 174 764 2007 Kevin O’Connell Sr. 14 135 408 2008 Atiyyah Henderson Jr. 12 120 490 2009 Brandon Sullivan Jr. 8 154 562 2010 Ronnie Hillman T-Fr. 10 1 262 1,532 NR - national ranking in yards per game. CR - conference ranking in yards per game. * - regained second senior year after fulfilling academic requirements.

Avg. 4.0 5.6 6.0 5.4 4.9 6.6 7.1 5.6 6.0 5.4 2.9 4.7 4.6 3.7 6.0 6.7 4.8 6.8 8.0 6.1 3.8 4.5 4.2 6.9 3.2 3.3 4.5 6.1 4.3 5.1 5.2 4.6 4.8 4.8 3.9 3.6 4.3 3.9 7.3 4.0 4.3 4.4 4.2 6.3 7.1 6.2 5.1 4.1 6.0 5.3 4.5 5.0 5.5 2.6 5.0 3.3 4.6 4.3 4.3 4.4 3.0 4.1 3.7 5.8

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RECORDS/RUSHING cont. 1,000-YARD RUSHING SEASONS  Norm Nygaard, 1952 Date Opponent Game-By-Game Unavailable TOTALS Jim Allison, 1964 Date Opponent S.19 at Cal Poly Pomona S.26 San Francisco State O.3 at Cal Poly (SLO)* O.10 at Long Beach State* O.17 Cal State Los Angeles* O.24 at UC Santa Barbara O.31 Fresno State* N.14 San Fernando Valley State N.21 Cal Western University (1K) N.28 at San Jose State TOTALS (9 games) David Turner, 1977 Date Opponent S.10 Cal State Fullerton S.17 at Arizona O.1 Utah State O.8 at Fresno State O.15 UTEP O.22 UNLV O.29 Tulsa N.5 at Pacific N.12 Long Beach State N.19 (13) Florida State (1K) N.26 at San Jose State TOTALS (11 games) Tony Allen, 1979 Date Opponent S.8 at Missouri S.22 at Fresno State S.29 Wisconsin O.6 at New Mexico* O.13 Miami O.20 at Colorado State* O.27 at Utah* N.3 Wyoming*

So. Att. Yds. TD 1,016 Att. 20 20 22 18 16 9 22 24 23 174

Sr. Yds. TD 120 2 271 4 185 3 105 1 28 0 injured 64 0 144 2 156 3 113 1 1186 16

Att. Yds. 11 76 17 68 22 165 28 145 19 129 20 91 10 46 35 114 26 118 25 189 27 111 240 1252

Sr. TD 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 1 3 2 0 12

Att. Yds. 1 9 24 202 15 54 25 68 28 101 16 106 28 151 18 54

Sr. TD 0 2 0 2 1 0 1 1

N.10 Arizona N.17 UTEP* (1K) N.24 (10) Brigham Young* TOTALS (11 games)

28 151 29 138 14 60 226 1094

2 1 0 10

Chris Hardy, 1985 Date Opponent S.14 Long Beach State S.21 at (12) UCLA S.28 Colorado State* O.5 Stanford O.12 at (11) Brigham Young* O.19 Utah* O.26 Oregon N.2 at (7) Air Force* N.9 at Wyoming N.16 UTEP* N.23 New Mexico* (1K) N.30 at Hawai’i* TOTALS (12 games)

Jr. Att. Yds. TD 10 54 1 5 50 0 20 235 2 17 80 0 4 17 0 17 104 1 8 45 0 20 97 0 11 68 0 19 223 1 15 86 1 12 91 1 158 1150 7

Paul Hewitt, 1987 Date Opponent S.5 at (3) UCLA S.12 Utah* S.19 at Air Force* S.26 at Oregon O.3 at Wyoming* O.10 UTEP* O.17 Stanford O.24 Long Beach State O.31 at Hawai’i* N.7 at Brigham Young* N.14 Colorado State* N.21 New Mexico* (1K) TOTALS (12 games)

Jr. Att. Yds. TD 10 44 0 18 113 2 7 16 0 21 63 1 8 27 1 31 149 2 8 32 0 35 203 3 24 86 2 21 92 2 25 86 1 25 90 4 233 1001 18

Paul Hewitt, 1988 Date Opponent S.3 at (5) UCLA S.11 Air Force* S.17 at Stanford O.1 (20) Oregon O.8 Wyoming* O.15 Hawai’i*

Sr. Att. Yds. TD 6 23 0 45 259 4 12 37 1 8 19 0 13 54 1 22 105 0

David Turner rushed for more than 100 yards seven times in 1977 to become the third San Diego State player since the 1952 campaign to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a season.

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O.22 at Colorado State* O.29 at Utah* N.5 (20) Brigham Young* N.12 at UTEP* N.19 at New Mexico* (1K) TOTALS (11 games)

16 71 29 109 37 152 20 86 32 140 240 1055

0 1 2 0 1 10

Marshall Faulk, 1991 T-Fr. Date Opponent Att. Yds. TD 11 39 1 S.8 Long Beach State 37 386 7 S.14 Pacific S.21 at Air Force* 25 114 2 S.26 UCLA 15 79 1 22 212 5 O.5 at Hawai’i* 14 153 2 O.12 New Mexico* O.19 at UTEP* injured O.26 at Utah* injured injured N.2 Wyoming* 30 174 1 N.9 Colorado State* (1K) N.16 Brigham Young* 20 118 2 N.30 at (1) Miami 27 154 0 TOTALS (9 games) 201 1429 21 1 D.30 vs. (23) Tulsa (Freedom Bowl) 30 157 TOTALS (10 games) 231 1586 22 Marshall Faulk, 1992 Date Opponent S.5 vs. Southern California S.10 at Brigham Young S.26 at (11) UCLA O.3 at New Mexico* O.17 UTEP* O.24 Air Force* (1K) O.31 at Colorado State* N.7 at Wyoming* N.14 (23) Hawai’i* N.21 Fresno State* N.28 (1) Miami TOTALS (10 games)

So. Att. Yds. TD 27 220 3 35 299 3 23 118 1 25 200 2 30 156 1 29 129 0 18 60 0 33 127 0 43 300 4 2 21 1 injured 265 1630 15

Marshall Faulk, 1993 Date Opponent S.4 Cal State Northridge S.11 at (21) California S.18 at Air Force* S.25 Minnesota S.30 UCLA O.9 at Hawai’i* O.16 Colorado State* O.23 New Mexico* O.30 at Utah* (1K) N.11 Brigham Young* N.20 at Fresno State* N.27 Wyoming* TOTALS (12 games)

Jr. Att. Yds. TD 27 170 3 22 64 1 24 106 3 22 81 1 19 53 1 27 175 4 18 89 0 36 186 1 22 141 1 32 252 2 21 63 1 30 150 3 300 1530 21

Wayne Pittman, 1994 Date Opponent S.3 Navy S.10 California S.17 at Minnesota S.24 at Colorado State* O.1 Air Force* O.8 Utah* O.15 at New Mexico* O.22 at Wyoming* O.29 Hawai’i* N.10 at (23) Brigham Young* (1K) N.26 Fresno State* TOTALS (11 games)

Sr. Att. Yds. TD 13 86 2 30 96 0 19 64 0 29 129 1 26 97 2 22 64 1 27 129 1 22 105 1 33 183 2 23 48 0 30 135 2 274 1136 12

George Jones, 1995 Date Opponent S.2 California S.9 at (14) Oklahoma S.16 at Brigham Young* S.28 Nevada O.7 at Utah* O.14 Fresno State* O.21 San Jose State (1K) O.28 at UTEP* N.4 New Mexico* N.11 Wyoming* N.18 at Hawai’i*

Jr. Att. Yds. TD 24 147 3 21 89 2 19 53 0 25 105 1 39 160 1 28 270 5 19 253 2 21 173 2 35 208 3 27 133 1 21 164 3

N.26 Colorado State* TOTALS (12 games)

26 87 305 1842

0 23

Jonas Lewis, 1997 Date Opponent S.5 Navy S.13 at (3) Washington S.20 at Wisconsin S.27 at (25) Air Force* O.4 at Arizona O.11 New Mexico* O.18 UNLV* O.25 at Hawai’i* N.1 at Wyoming* N.8 San Jose State* N.15 at Fresno State* N.22 Colorado State* (1K) TOTALS (11 games)

So. Att. Yds. TD 11 44 0 5 0 0 did not play did not play 8 56 1 27 120 0 36 127 1 30 129 0 21 35 0 22 90 2 40 253 2 27 167 0 227 1021 6

Larry Ned, 2001 Date Opponent A.30 Arizona S.8 at Arizona State S.22 at Colorado State* S.29 Air Force* O.6 Eastern Illinois O.13 at UNLV* O.20 at Ohio State O.27 (16) Brigham Young* (1K) N.3 New Mexico* N.10 at Utah* N.17 Wyoming* TOTALS (11 games)

Sr. Att. Yds. TD 21 43 1 19 88 0 40 177 2 24 178 2 30 285 3 17 46 0 29 112 1 35 239 2 27 93 0 22 79 0 47 209 4 311 1549 15

Lynell Hamilton, 2003 Date Opponent A.30 Eastern Washington S.6 at (2) Ohio State S.13 at UTEP S.20 Stanford S.27 at UCLA O.4 Brigham Young* O.11 at Utah* O.18 New Mexico* O.25 Wyoming* N.8 at UNLV* (1K) N.15 at Colorado State* N.22 Air Force* TOTALS (10 games)

T-Fr. Att. Yds. TD 23 113 2 17 69 0 22 107 0 31 220 1 20 87 0 22 74 0 17 49 0 18 56 1 40 218 0 24 94 0 injured injured 234 1087 4

Ronnie Hillman, 2010 Date Opponent S.4 Nicholls State S.11 at New Mexico State S.18 at Missouri S.25 Utah State O.9 at Brigham Young* O.16 (23) Air Force* O.23 at New Mexico* O.30 at Wyoming* N.6 Colorado State* (1K) N.13 at (3) TCU* N.20 (25) Utah* N.27 UNLV* TOTALS (12 games) D.23 Navy (Poinsettia Bowl) TOTALS (13 games)

T-Fr. Att. Yds. TD 15 65 1 22 150 4 23 228 2 23 89 1 11 62 0 24 191 2 18 64 1 21 44 0 31 151 1 13 54 0 14 54 1 19 152 1 234 1304 14 28 228 3 262 1532 17


RECORDS

Passing

Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game. ^ - Indicates Division I era record.

n Team

Records

Most Attempts Game: 63, vs. North Texas State, 12/4/71 Season: 584, in 2002 (4-9) Fewest Attempts Game: 8, at Texas-El Paso*, 11/15/80 Season: 117, in 1972 (10-1) Most Completions Game: 40, vs. Stanford, 10/17/87 Season: 352, in 2002 (4-9) Fewest Completions Game: 3, at Pacific, 11/9/63 Season: 62, in 1961 (7-2-1) Most Interceptions Game: 7, at Missouri, 9/8/79 Season: 28, in 1969 (11-0) Fewest Interceptions Game: 0, many times, most recently vs. Navy, 12/23/10 Season: 3, in 1961 (7-2-1) Most Yards Game: 568, vs. Brigham Young*, 11/16/91 Season: 4,302, in 2002 (4-9) Fewest Yards Game: 42, at Brigham Young*, 10/29/98 Season: 1,017, in 1962 (8-2) Most Touchdowns Game: 10, vs. New Mexico State, 11/15/69 Season: 43, in 1969 (11-0) Fewest Touchdowns Season: 5, in 2001 (3-8) and 1976 (10-1) Most Yards Per Completion Season: 18.9, in 1963 (7-2) Most Yards Per Game Season: 374.2, in 1969 (11-0) Fewest Yards Per Game Season: 59.4, in 1960 (1-6-1)

Highest Passing Efficiency Rating Game: 291.82, vs. Navy, 9/5/97 (min. 25 att.) Season: 166.9, in 1996 (8-3)

MOST YARDS/GAME Opponent, Date (Result) Brigham Young*, 11/16/91 (T, 52-52) New Mexico State, 11/15/69 (W, 70-21) Stanford, 10/17/87 (L, 40-44) at New Mexico*, 11/17/90 (W, 40-34) vs. (25) Utah*, 11/20/10 (L, 34-38) Southern Mississippi, 11/9/68 (W, 68-7) Arizona State, 9/14/02 (L, 28-39) at Hawai’i*, 11/6/82 (W, 31-28) at Utah*, 9/30/89 (W, 38-27) at Hawai’i*, 12/7/02 (L, 40-41) Pacific*, 11/8/69 (W, 58-32)

Attempts 1. 584, in 2002 (4-9) 2. 509, in 1987 (4-4) 3. 489, in 2008 (2-10) 4. 485, in 1990 (6-5) 5. 465, in 1993 (6-6) 6. 458, in 2007 (4-8) 7. 455, in 1982 (7-5) 8. 449, in 1989 (6-5-1) 9. 447, in 1981 (6-5) 10. 444, in 2004 (4-7)

Yards Per Game 1. 374.2, in 1969 (11-0) 2. 371.5, in 1990 (6-5) 3. 332.5, in 1987 (4-4) 4. 330.9, in 2002 (4-9) 5. 319.7, in 1993 (6-6) 6. 308.1, in 1989 (6-5-1) 7. 306.0, in 1981 (6-5) 8. 305.0, in 1973 (9-1-1) 9. 303.3, in 1996 (8-3) 10. 295.4 in 2010 (9-4)

Yards Touchdowns 1. 4,302, in 2002 (6-9) 1. 43, in 1969 (11-0) 2. 4,086, in 1990 (6-5) 2. 29, in 1996 (8-3) 3. 3,990, in 1987 (4-4) 29, in 1990 (6-5) 4. 3,840 in 2010 (9-4) 4. 28, in 2010 (9-4) 5. 3,836, in 1993 (6-6) 28, in 1993 (6-6) 6. 3,742, in 1969 (11-0) 28, in 1970 (9-2) 7. 3,697, in 1989 (6-5-1) 7. 27, in 1994 (4-7) 8. 3,447, in 1985 (5-6-1) 27, in 1964 (8-2) 9. 3,366, in 1981 (6-5) 9. 26, in 1987 (5-7) 10. 3,355, in 1973 (9-1-1) 26, in 1977 (10-1)

n Individual

Records

Most Attempts Game: 60, Adam Hall vs. Arizona State, 9/14/02 and Todd Santos vs. Stanford, 10/17/87 Season: 492, Todd Santos, 1987 Career: 1,484, Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 Most Completions Game: 40, Todd Santos vs. Stanford, 10/17/87 Season: 306, Todd Santos, 1987 Career: 910, Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 Most Yards Game: 568, David Lowery vs. BYU*, 11/16/91 Season: 3,932, Todd Santos, 1987 Career: 11,425, Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 Most Yards By Senior Game: 536, Todd Santos vs. Stanford, 10/17/87 Season: 3,932, Todd Santos, 1987

Highest Completion Percentage Game: 84.0, (21-25), vs. Pacific*, 11/11/72 (min. 25 att.) Season: 64.2, in 1973 (9-1-1)

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

SINGLE-SEASON HIGHS

Yards 568 549 536 530 528 524 516 513 507 507 507

Most Yards By Junior Game: 528, Ryan Lindley vs. (25) Utah*, 11/20/10 Season: 3,830, Ryan Lindley, 2010 Most Yards By Sophomore Game: 568, David Lowery vs. BYU*, 11/16/91 Season: 3,054, Ryan Lindley, 2009 Most Yards By Freshman Game: 433, Ryan Lindley vs. Idaho, 9/27/08 Season: 2,653, Ryan Lindley, 2008 Most Touchdowns Game: 9, Dennis Shaw vs. New Mex. St., 11/15/69 Season: 39, Dennis Shaw, 1969 Career: 70, Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 Most Yards Per Attempt Game: 18.6, Kevin McKechnie vs. Navy, 9/5/87 (min. 25 atts.) Season: 9.4, Billy Blanton, 1996 (min. 250 atts.) Career: 9.3, Dennis Shaw, #1968-69 (min. 400 atts.) # - Shaw’s 1968 Division II season stats are included

KEvIN O’CONNELL

TODD SANTOS

BILLY BLANTON

Most Yards Per Completion Game: 27.6, David Lowery vs. Fres. St.*, 11/21/92 (min. 25 atts.) Season: 16.7, Don Horn, 1966 (min. 250 atts.) Career: 16.0, Dennis Shaw, #1968-69 (min. 400 atts.) # - Shaw’s 1968 Division II season stats are included Highest Completion Percentage Game: 84.0, Tim Gutierrez (21-25), vs. Navy, 9/3/94 (min. 25 atts.) Season: 66.0, Billy Blanton, 1996 (min. 250 atts.) Career: 63.9, Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 (min. 400 atts.) Highest Pass Efficiency Rating Game: 291.8, Kevin McKechnie vs. Navy, 9/5/87 (min. 25 atts.) Season: 169.6, Billy Blanton, 1996 (min. 250 atts.) Career: 157.1, Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 (min. 400 atts.)

YARDS PASSING/CAREER Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

Player Todd Santos Ryan Lindley Billy Blanton Kevin O’Connell Dan McGwire David Lowery Brian Sipe Dennis Shaw Adam Hall Mark Halda Tim Gutierrez Lon Sheriff Matt Kofler Mark McKay Craig Penrose Jesse Freitas Don Horn Rod Dowhower Matt Dlugolecki Joe Davis Jack Hawley Joe Duke Jesse Thompson

Seasons 1984-85-86-87 2008-09-10 1993-94-95-96 2004-05-06-07 1989-90 1989-91-92-93 1969-70-71 1968-69 2001-02-03 1977-78-79-80 1992-93-94 1999-00-01-02 1980-81 1982-83 1974-75 1972-73 1965-66 1963-64 2003-04 1976-77 1999-00 1957-58-59 1949-50-51

Lowest Interception Percentage Season: 68.8 att./int., Billy Blanton, 1996 (min. 250 atts.) Career: 36.8 att./int., Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 (min. 400 atts.) Consecutive Passes without an Interception Season: 178, Dan McGwire, 9/15/90-10/13/90 Career: 178, Dan McGwire, 9/15/90-10/13/90 Most 300-Yard Games Season: 8, Dan McGwire, 1990 Career: 17, Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 Most Consecutive 300-Yard Games Season: 4, 4 times, last Billy Blanton, 11/2/9611/23/96 Career: 4, 4 times, last Billy Blanton, 11/2/9611/23/96

Comp. 910 724 588 664 528 426 436 333 423 406 357 356 361 329 330 324 257 159 256 190 184 174 133

Att. 1,484 1,285 920 1,151 889 800 788 575 752 757 580 675 615 587 584 518 459 313 433 326 352 403 263

Int. 57 39 25 34 26 28 43 41 21 45 19 25 24 29 33 31 25 15 16 15 12 34 17

Yards 11,425 9,537 8,165 7,689 7,484 5,998 5,707 5,324 5,173 4,812 4,740 4,533 4,476 4,475 4,343 4,193 3,922 2,864 2,597 2,541 2,280 2,204 2,022

TD 70 67 67 46 43 44 44 58 24 29 36 16 24 24 25 28 39 33 10 25 16 17 19

MEDIA GUIDE | SAN DIEGO STATE FOOTBALL |

Rating 133.87 129.82 157.06 121.08 140.22 127.38 123.68 154.72 118.98 107.78 144.13 109.57 124.91 123.70 121.80 136.41 144.91 152.87 109.73 139.86 114.86 86.16 126.06

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RECORDS/PASSING cont.

n Single-Game PASSING YARDS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player David Lowery Todd Santos Dan McGwire Ryan Lindley Dennis Shaw Adam Hall Mark McKay Dan McGwire Adam Hall Dennis Shaw

(Rk.) Opponent Comp. vs. Brigham Young*, Nov. 16, 1991 26 vs. Stanford, Oct. 17, 1987 40 at New Mexico*, Nov. 17, 1990 33 vs. (25) Utah*, Nov. 20, 2010 36 vs. So. Mississippi, Nov. 9, 1968 17 vs. Arizona State, Sept. 14, 2002 32 at Hawai’i*, Nov. 6, 1982 30 at Utah*, Sept. 30, 1989 24 at Idaho, Sept. 21, 2002 29 vs. Pacific*, Nov. 8, 1969 25

PASSING ATTEMPTS Pl. 1. 3.

7. 9. 10.

Player Adam Hall Todd Santos Ryan Lindley Adam Hall Tim Gutierrez Dan McGwire Jack Hawley Matt Kofler Kevin O’Connell Ryan Lindley

(Rk.) Opponent Comp. vs. Arizona State, Sept. 14, 2002 32 vs. Stanford, Oct. 17, 1987 40 at Notre Dame, Sept. 6, 2008 29 at (17) Colorado, Sept. 7, 2002 39 vs. Air Force*, Oct. 1, 1994 35 at (4) Brigham Young*, Sept. 22, 1990 32 vs. Arizona State, Aug. 31, 2000 24 vs. Air Force*, Nov. 29, 1981 33 vs. (21) Brigham Young, Dec. 1, 2007 33 vs. (25) Utah*, Nov. 20, 2010 36

PASSING COMPLETIONS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

8. 9.

Player Todd Santos Adam Hall Ryan Lindley Ryan Lindley Tim Gutierrez Todd Santos Matt Kofler Todd Santos Kevin O’Connell Kevin O’Connell Billy Blanton Dan McGwire Matt Kofler Jesse Freitas

(Rk.) Opponent Comp. vs. Stanford, Oct. 17, 1987 40 at (17) Colorado, Sept. 7, 2002 39 vs. (25) Utah*, Nov. 20, 2010 36 vs. UNLV*, Nov. 22, 2008 35 vs. Air Force*, Oct. 1, 1994 35 vs. Utah*, Sept. 12, 1987 35 at Colorado State*, Sept. 12, 1981 35 vs. New Mexico*, Nov. 23, 1985 34 vs. (21) Brigham Young, Dec. 1, 2007 33 at Hawai’i, Dec. 3, 2005 33 vs. (16) Wyoming*, Nov. 7, 1996 33 at New Mexico*, Nov. 17, 1990 33 vs. Air Force*, Nov. 29, 1981 33 at Fresno State*, Nov. 17, 1973 33

PASSING EFFICIENCY (MIN. 12 ATT.) Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Kevin McKechnie Craig Penrose Jack Hawley Kevin O’Connell Ryan Lindley Joe Davis Billy Blanton David Lowery Brian Sipe Dennis Shaw

(Rk.) Opponent Comp. vs. Navy, Sept. 5, 1997 16 vs. Cal State Fullerton*, Oct. 4, 1975 8 at Kansas, Sept. 25, 1999 19 vs. Portland State, Sept. 22, 2007 19 vs. Utah State, Sept. 25, 2010 17 vs. Texas-El Paso, Oct. 15, 1977 12 vs. New Mexico*, Nov. 4, 1995 17 vs. Brigham Young*, Nov. 16, 1991 26 vs. UC Santa Barbara*, Nov. 14, 1970 10 vs. UC Santa Barbara*, Oct. 25, 1969 13

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS Pl. 1. 2. 4. 6.

Player Dennis Shaw Dennis Shaw Dennis Shaw Rod Dowhower Ryan Lindley Kevin O’Connell Adam Hall David Lowery Dan McGwire Todd Santos Todd Santos Matt Kofler Don Horn

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YARDS PASSING/SEASON

Passing Leaders

(Rk.) Opponent Comp. vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 15, 1969 26 vs. Pacific, Nov. 8, 1969 25 vs. So. Mississippi, Nov. 9, 1968 17 vs. Fresno State, Oct. 31, 1964 15 at Colorado State, Oct. 24, 2009 29 vs. Portland State, Sept. 22, 2007 19 at Idaho, Sept. 21, 2002 29 vs. Brigham Young, Nov. 16, 1991 26 at Wyoming, Oct. 6, 1990 27 vs. Stanford, Oct. 17, 1987 40 vs. Stanford, Oct. 5, 1985 34 vs. Texas-El Paso, Nov. 21, 1981 31 at Weber State, Sept. 24, 1966 18

Att. 39 60 49 54 38 60 46 37 49 38

Int. Yards 1 568 1 536 2 530 3 528 1 524 1 516 3 513 1 510 0 506 0 463

TD 5 5 2 4 7 3 1 2 5 7

Rating 226.18 165.87 163.51 162.13 216.09 138.74 153.03 351.83 179.60 228.93

Att. 60 60 59 59 59 59 57 57 55 54

Int. Yards 1 516 1 536 1 274 0 359 5 421 0 362 1 219 1 386 1 288 3 528

TD 3 5 1 0 3 3 1 2 1 4

Rating 138.74 165.87 90.37 117.21 119.09 122.56 76.66 122.85 106.35 162.13

Att. 60 59 54 50 59 42 52 44 55 51 44 49 57 42

Int. Yards 1 536 0 359 3 528 0 387 5 421 1 462 3 359 1 423 1 288 1 421 2 366 2 530 1 386 0 450

TD 5 0 4 2 3 4 2 3 1 3 2 2 2 4

Rating 165.87 117.21 162.13 148.22 119.09 202.40 126.45 175.98 106.35 149.54 150.78 163.51 122.85 200.00

Att. 20 12 24 31 24 18 24 39 14 21

Int. Yards 1 371 0 163 0 343 0 443 1 362 0 230 0 328 1 568 0 171 0 241

TD 4 3 3 5 3 3 3 5 2 4

Rating 291.82 263.27 240.47 234.55 230.45 229.00 226.88 226.18 221.17 221.16

Att. 42 38 38 24 43 31 49 39 42 60 44 43 43

Int. Yards 3 441 0 463 1 524 1 374 0 459 0 443 0 506 1 568 0 415 1 536 1 423 2 460 0 346

TD 9 7 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Rating 206.53 228.93 216.09 267.57 203.15 234.55 179.60 226.18 186.57 165.87 190.98 191.02 147.82

SAN DIEGO STATE FOOTBALL | MEDIA GUIDE

Pl. Name Cl. Season Att. Comp. Int. Pct. Yds. TD GP 3K TGP 3K 1. Todd Santos Sr. 1987 492 306 15 62.2 3,932 26 10 10 Sr. 1990 448 270 7 60.3 3,833 27 9 9 2. Dan McGwire 3. Ryan Lindley Jr. +2010 421 243 14 57.7 3,830 28 11 11 4. Dan McGwire Jr. 1989 440 258 19 58.6 3,651 16 9 9 5. Dennis Shaw Sr. +1969 363 214 29 59.0 3,394 40 10 10 Sr. 1981 436 263 15 60.3 3,337 21 11 11 6. Matt Kofler 7. Billy Blanton Jr. 1995 389 243 14 62.5 3,300 23 12 12 8. Adam Hall Jr. 2002 452 272 9 60.2 3,253 17 10 10 9. Billy Blanton Sr. 1996 344 227 5 66.0 3,221 29 10 10 Sr. 2007 439 257 8 58.5 3,063 15 12 12 10. Kevin O’Connell 11. Ryan Lindley So. 2009 437 239 16 54.7 3,054 23 12 12 + - indicated team participated in bowl game. GP/3K - games played to date when reaching 3,000 yards; TGP3K - team games to date when player reached 3,000 yards. Multiple 3,000-Yard Seasons: Billy Blanton (2), Ryan Lindley (2), Dan McGwire (2) Head Coaches for 3,000-Yard Seasons: Al Luginbill (2), Brady Hoke (2), Ted Tollner (2), Don Coryell (1), Tom Craft (1), Chuck Long (1), Doug Scovil (1), Denny Stolz (1)

n Attempts SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Season Todd Santos, 1987 Adam Hall, 2002 Dan McGwire, 1990 Dan McGwire, 1989 Kevin O’Connell, 2007 Ryan Lindley, 2009 Matt Kofler, 1981 Ryan Lindley, 2008 Ryan Lindley, 2010 Billy Blanton, 1995

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

Player, Seasons Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10 Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07 Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 Dan McGwire, 1989-90 David Lowery, 1989-91-92-93 Brian Sipe, 1969-70-71 Mark Halda, 1977-78-79-80 Adam Hall, 2001-02-03 Lon Sheriff, 1999-00-01-02

n Rating Attempts 492 452 449 440 439 437 436 427 421 389

Attempts 1,484 1,285 1,151 920 889 860 788 757 752 653

n Completions SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Season Todd Santos, 1987 Adam Hall, 2002 Dan McGwire, 1990 Matt Kofler, 1981 Dan McGwire, 1989 Kevin O’Connell, 2007 Billy Blanton, 1995 Ryan Lindley, 2010 Ryan Lindley, 2008 Ryan Lindley, 2009

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

Player, Seasons Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10 Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07 Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 Dan McGwire, 1989-90 Brian Sipe, 1969-70-71 David Lowery, 1989-91-92-93 Adam Hall, 2001-02-03 Mark Halda, 1977-78-79-80 Matt Kofler, 1980-81

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

Player, Season Billy Blanton, 1996 Dennis Shaw, 1969 Billy Blanton, 1994 Rod Dowhower, 1964 Tim Gutierrez, 1993 Don Horn, 1965 Ryan Lindley, 2010 Dan McGwire, 1990 Rod Dowhower, 1963 Jesse Freitas, 1973

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

Player, Seasons Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 Dennis Shaw, 1968-69 Rod Dowhower, 1963-64 Don Horn, 1965-66 Tim Gutierrez, 1992-93-94 Dan McGwire, 1989-90 Joe Davis, 1976-77 Jesse Freitas, 1972-73 Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10

Rating 169.6 162.2 158.8 155.8 153.1 151.5 149.4 148.6 148.1 148.0

Rating 157.1 154.7 152.9 144.9 144.1 140.2 139.9 136.4 133.9 129.8

n Touchdowns Completions 306 272 270 262 258 257 243 243 242 239

Completions 910 724 664 588 528 436 426 423 406 361

SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player, Season Dennis Shaw, 1969 Billy Blanton, 1996 Ryan Lindley, 2010 Dan McGwire, 1990 Todd Santos, 1987 Tim Gutierrez, 1993 Joe Davis, 1977 8. Ryan Lindley, 2009 Billy Blanton, 1995 Brian Sipe, 1970

CAREER

Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 2. Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10 Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 4. Dennis Shaw, 1968-69 5. Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07 6. David Lowery, 1991-92-93 Brian Sipe, 1969-70-71 8. Dan McGwire, 1989-90 9. Don Horn, 1965-66 10. Tim Gutierrez, 1992-93-94 Mark Halda, 1977-78-79-80

TDs 39 29 28 27 26 24 24 23 23 23

TDs 70 67 67 58 46 44 44 43 39 36 36


RECORDS/PASSING cont.

n QB

Starts

Rod Dowhower 1, Mark Halda 1, Jack Hawley 1, Rick Hansen 1, Kevin McKechnie 1, Craig Penrose 1.

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

Player, Season Games Started Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 45 Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10 36 Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06 33 Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 28 David Lowery, 1991-92-93 24 Dan McGwire, 1989-90 23 Brian Sipe, 1969-70-71 22 Lon Sheriff, 1999-00-01-02 21 Dennis Shaw, #1968-69 21 10. Matt Kofler, 1980-81 20 20 Mark Halda, 1977-78-79-80 Craig Penrose, 1974-75 20 # - Shaw’s 1968 Division II season stats are included

CONSECUTIvE STARTS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Dates Games Started Ryan Lindley, Oct. 18, 2008-Present 31 Billy Blanton, Oct. 15, 1994-Nov. 28, 1996 28 Dan McGwire, Sept. 2, 1989-Dec. 1, 1990 23 David Lowery, Oct. 5, 1991-Sept. 18, 1993 22 Brian Sipe, Sept. 12, 1970-Dec. 4, 1971 22 6. Dennis Shaw, Sept. 14, 1968-Nov. 29. 1969 20 7. Craig Penrose, Oct. 12, 1974-Nov. 22, 1975 19 8. Kevin O’Connell, Oct. 23, 2004-Aug. 31, 2006 17 Todd Santos, Oct. 18, 1985-Nov. 27, 1986 17 17 Mark Halda, Sept. 16, 1978-Oct. 20, 1979

CAREER vICTORIES Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Dates Wins Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87 22 Dennis Shaw, #1968-69 20 Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 18 Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10 15 Brian Sipe, 1969-70-71 15 6. Craig Penrose, 1974-75 14 7. David Lowery, 1991-92-93 13 Joe Davis, 1976-77 13 9. Kevin O’Connell, 2004-05-06-07 12 Dan McGwire, 1989-90 12 # - Shaw’s 1968 Division II season stats are included

CAREER WINNING PERCENTAGE

(min. 15 career starts) Pl. Player, Dates W-L-T Pct. 1. Dennis Shaw, #1968-69 20-0-1 .976 2. Craig Penrose, 1974-75 14-5-1 .725 3. Brian Sipe, 1969-70-71 15-7-0 .682 4. Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 18-10-0 .643 5. David Lowery, 1991-92-93 13-9-2 .583 # - Shaw’s 1968 Division II season stats are included

n 300-Yard

Games

Passing

500-Yard Performances By Player (9 Total; 7 Players) - Adam Hall 2, Dan McGwire 2, Ryan Lindley 1, David Lowery 1, Mark McKay 1, Todd Santos 1, Dennis Shaw 1. 400-Yard Performances By Player (33 Total; 14 Players) - Dan McGwire 5, Todd Santos 5, Tim Gutierrez 3, Ryan Lindley 3, Dennis Shaw 3, Billy Blanton 2, Jesse Freitas 2, Adam Hall 2, Matt Kofler 2, Kevin O’Connell 2, David Lowery 1, Mark McKay 1, Lon Sheriff 1, Brian Sipe 1. Most 400-Yard Performances in a Season - 3 by Dan McGwire in 1990. 300-Yard Performances By Player (118 Total; 22 Players) - Todd Santos 17, Dan McGwire 13, Billy Blanton 12, Ryan Lindley 12, Tim Gutierrez 7, Brian Sipe 7, Adam Hall 6, David Lowery 6, Jesse Freitas 5, Matt Kofler 5, Mark McKay 5, Dennis Shaw 5, Kevin O’Connell 4, Lon Sheriff 4, Joe Davis 2, Don Horn 2,

300-YARD PASSING GAMES  Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 37. 38. 39.

43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 52. 53. 54. 55. 57. 58. 59. 61. 62. 64. 65. 66. 67. 69. 70. 72. 73. 75. 76.

80. 81. 82. 83. 84.

Player Yards David Lowery 568 Todd Santos 536 Dan McGwire 530 Ryan Lindley 528 Dennis Shaw 524 Adam Hall 516 Mark McKay 513 Dan McGwire 510 Adam Hall 506 Dennis Shaw 463 Todd Santos 462 Matt Kofler 460 Ryan Lindley 459 Jesse Freitas 450 Tim Gutierrez 449 Billy Blanton 447 Matt Kofler 444 Kevin O’Connell 443 Dennis Shaw 441 Brian Sipe 439 Billy Blanton 438 Todd Santos 434 Ryan Lindley 433 Dan McGwire 429 Jesse Freitas 427 Dan McGwire 426 Todd Santos 423 Kevin O’Connell 421 Tim Gutierrez 421 Lon Sheriff 420 Tim Gutierrez 419 Todd Santos 418 Dan McGwire 415 Todd Santos 398 Billy Blanton 395 Billy Blanton 395 Lon Sheriff 393 Todd Santos 391 Ryan Lindley 387 David Lowery 387 Dennis Shaw 387 Don Horn 387 Matt Kofler 386 Kevin O’Connell 384 Rick Hansen 382 Billy Blanton 376 Tim Gutierrez 375 Rod Dowhower 374 Todd Santos 373 Todd Santos 373 Craig Penrose 373 David Lowery 372 Kevin McKechnie 371 Brian Sipe 370 Kevin O’Connell 366 Billy Blanton 366 Ryan Lindley 365 Brian Sipe 363 Ryan Lindley 362 Dan McGwire 362 Dan McGwire 361 Adam Hall 359 Matt Kofler 359 Todd Santos 358 Todd Santos 356 Billy Blanton 355 Ryan Lindley 352 Adam Hall 352 Todd Santos 351 Tim Gutierrez 350 Dennis Shaw 350 Don Horn 346 David Lowery 345 Matt Kofler 345 Dan McGwire 344 Jack Hawley 343 Billy Blanton 343 Dan McGwire 343 Dan McGwire 343 Ryan Lindley 341 Ryan Lindley 338 Brian Sipe 337 Adam Hall 335 Mark McKay 331

Opponent Date Brigham Young* 11-16-91 Stanford 10-17-87 at New Mexico* 11-17-90 (25) Utah* 11-20-10 So. Mississippi 11-9-68 Arizona State 9-14-02 at Hawai’i* 11-6-82 at Utah* 9-30-89 at Idaho 9-21-02 Pacific* 11-8-69 Utah* 9-12-87 Texas-El Paso* 11-21-81 at Colorado State* 10-24-09 at Fresno State* 11-17-73 at Fresno State* 11-20-93 Fresno State* 11-26-94 (12) Iowa State 10-10-81 Portland State 9-22-07 New Mexico State 11-15-69 Utah State 10-22-71 at California 9-14-96 Long Beach State 10-24-87 Idaho 9-27-08 Hawai’i* 11-10-90 at San Jose State* 11-3-73 New Mexico* 11-4-89 New Mexico* 11-23-85 at Hawai’i 12-3-05 Air Force* 10-1-94 at Hawai’i 12-7-02 at Utah* 10-30-93 Colorado State* 10-20-84 at Wyoming* 10-6-90 Oregon 10-26-85 Fresno State* 11-23-96 at UNLV* 11-16-96 (24) Colorado State* 10-28-00 Colorado State* 11-14-87 UNLV* 11-22-08 Fresno State* 11-21-92 North Texas State 11-22-69 Cal State LA* 11-26-66 vs. Air Force* 11-29-81 at Air Force* 11-17-07 Oklahoma State 11-27-82 at BYU* 9-16-95 Minnesota 9-25-93 Fresno State 10-31-64 New Mexico* 11-21-87 at Hawai’i* 10-31-87 New Mexico State 10-18-75 Texas-El Paso* 10-17-92 Navy 9-5-97 Iowa State 11-28-70 vs. TCU* 11-24-07 (16) Wyoming* 11-7-96 at Wyoming* 10-30-10 Arizona 11-20-71 Utah State 9-25-10 at (4) BYU* 9-22-90 at Air Force* 9-2-89 at (17) Colorado 9-7-02 at Colorado State* 9-12-81 at New Mexico* 9-27-86 at Colorado State* 11-1-86 Fresno State* 10-14-95 Cal Poly 8-30-08 Brigham Young* 10-4-03 at Wyoming* 11-9-85 (25) UCLA 9-30-93 at W. Texas State 10-11-69 at Weber State 9-24-66 (23) Hawai’i* 11-14-92 at UNLV 11-14-81 UTEP* 11-24-90 at Kansas 9-25-99 at San Jose State* 11-2-96 at UCLA 10-13-90 Air Force* 9-29-90 at UNLV* 11-28-09 UNLV* 11-27-10 North Texas State 12-4-71 at Wyoming* 10-19-02 at UTEP* 9-24-83

n Annual

Passing Leaders

Year Player Cl. NR CR A C I Yds. TDs Pct. Eff. 1947 Art Filson So. 49 19 0 363 1 38.8 107.7 John Simcox Sr. 103 49 7 665 9 47.6 117.1 1948 1949 Leon Parma Jr. 87 40 11 603 9 46.0 113.1 1950 Leon Parma Sr. 103 49 11 732 7 47.6 108.3 Jesse Thompson Sr. 155 86 5 1,304 13 55.5 147.4 1951 1952 Paul Held Jr. 194 82 14 1,062 12 42.3 94.2 Paul Held Sr. 98 39 11 603 4 39.8 82.5 1953 Bill Richardson So. 60 27 4 251 3 45.0 83.3 1954 1955 Don Magee So. 123 66 12 792 4 53.7 99.0 Robert Moneymaker Jr. 65 25 6 433 3 38.5 91.2 1956 Joe Duke So. 121 49 8 719 4 40.5 88.1 1957 1958 Joe Duke Jr. 150 62 12 787 7 41.3 84.8 1959 Joe Duke Sr. 132 63 14 698 6 47.7 85.9 1960 Russ Boehmke So. 74 37 8 293 2 50.0 70.6 1961 Harry Korsmeier Jr. 72 35 3 547 4 48.6 122.4 Wayne Sevier Sr. 62 40 4 578 5 66.7 156.5 1962 1963 Rod Dowhower Jr. 120 58 6 1,136 11 48.3 148.1 1964 Rod Dowhower Sr. 193 101 9 1,728 22 52.3 155.8 Don Horn Jr. 206 123 11 1,688 21 59.7 151.5 1965 1966 Don Horn Sr. 253 134 14 2,234 18 53.0 139.6 1967 Thom Williams Jr. 103 59 3 945 7 57.3 151.0 1968 Dennis Shaw Jr. 240 134 15 2,139 19 55.8 144.3 Dennis Shaw Sr. 1 1 335 199 26 3,185 39 59.4 162.2 1969 1970 Brian Sipe Jr. 337 195 20 2,618 23 57.9 133.8 1971 Brian Sipe* Sr. 369 196 21 2,532 17 53.1 114.6 1972 Jesse Freitas Jr. 171 97 14 1,200 7 56.6 12.8 1973 Jesse Freitas* Sr. 1 1 347 227 17 2,993 21 65.4 148.0 1974 Craig Penrose Jr. 235 132 9 1,683 10 56.3 122.7 1975 Craig Penrose* Sr. 349 198 24 2,660 15 56.7 121.2 1976 Tom Craft Jr. 109 75 1 809 2 68.8 135.4 1977 Joe Davis Sr. 290 174 12 2,360 24 60.0 147.4 1978 Mark Halda So. 358 205 14 2,262 14 57.3 115.4 1979 Mark Halda Jr. 234 123 17 1,684 10 52.6 112.6 1980 Matt Kofler Jr. 179 99 9 1,139 3 55.3 104.2 1981 Matt Kofler Sr. 436 262 15 3,337 21 60.1 133.4 1982 Mark McKay Jr. 250 142 9 1,985 11 56.8 130.8 1983 Mark McKay Sr. 337 187 20 2,490 13 55.5 118.4 1984 Todd Santos Fr. 6 285 160 14 2,063 9 56.1 117.5 1985 Todd Santos So. 3 357 226 17 2,877 21 63.3 140.9 1986 Todd Santos Jr. 4 350 218 11 2,553 14 62.3 130.5 1987 Todd Santos Sr. 7 1 492 306 15 3,932 26 62.2 140.7 1988 Brad Platt Sr. 226 130 10 1,466 3 57.5 107.5 1989 Dan McGwire Jr. 4 440 258 19 3,651 16 58.6 131.7 1990 Dan McGwire Sr. 2 449 270 7 3,833 27 60.1 148.6 1991 David Lowery So. 3 311 176 12 2,575 19 56.6 138.6 1992 David Lowery Jr. 5 366 191 11 2,632 21 52.2 125.5 1993 Tim Gutierrez Jr. 11 3 341 208 10 3,033 24 61.0 153.1 1994 Billy Blanton So. 178 112 6 1,586 15 62.9 158.8 1995 Billy Blanton Jr. 12 5 389 243 14 3,300 23 62.5 146.0 1996 Billy Blanton Sr. 3 2 344 227 5 3,221 29 66.0 169.6 1997 Kevin McKechnie Sr. 179 107 6 1,449 10 59.8 139.5 1998 Brian Russell So. 9 230 123 7 1,438 8 53.5 111.39 1999 Jack Hawley Jr. 48 7 266 145 10 1,942 15 54.5 126.93 2000 Lon Sheriff Jr. 68 6 290 155 11 2,163 6 53.4 115.34 2001 Lon Sheriff Sr. 6 236 111 12 1,295 3 47.0 87.15 2002 Adam Hall Jr. 37 1 452 272 9 3,253 17 60.2 129.06 2003 Adam Hall Sr. 91 8 206 105 9 1,320 5 51.0 103.08 2004 Matt Dlugolecki Jr. 94 5 203 123 8 1,349 6 60.6 118.28 2005 Kevin O’Connell So. 34 4 375 233 12 2,663 19 62.1 132.10 2006 Kevin Craft Fr. 121 69 6 737 4 57.0 109.18 2007 Kevin O’Connell Sr. 68 6 439 257 8 3,063 15 58.5 124.78 2008 Ryan Lindley Fr. 80 7 427 242 9 2,653 16 56.7 117.01 2009 Ryan Lindley So. 22 2 439 239 16 3,054 23 54.7 123.45 2010 Ryan Lindley Jr. 21 2 421 243 14 3,830 28 57.7 149.43 * - Player led the country in per game completions, the stat used by the NCAA to rank quarterbacks that season. NR - national ranking in passing efficiency. CR - conference ranking in passing efficiency.

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RECORDS/PASSING cont. Todd Santos, 1987 Sr. Date Opponent A C I Yds. TD S.5 at UCLA 42 22 2 186 2 42 35 1 462 4 S.12 Utah* S.19 at Air Force* 40 20 0 258 1 S.26 at Oregon 47 26 1 329 2 35 16 2 150 0 O.3 at Wyoming* O.10 UTEP* 37 21 0 192 2 60 40 1 536 5 O.17 Stanford O.24 Long Beach State 40 26 1 434 3 40 29 2 373 1 O.31 at Hawai’i* N.7 at Brigham Young* (3K) 38 19 3 248 1 N.14 Colorado State* 40 29 0 391 2 31 23 2 373 3 N.21 New Mexico* TOTALS (12 games) 492-306-15 3932 26

Quarterback Kevin O’Connell threw for 443 yards in the home victory over Portland State in 2007. His performance is the 18th-best passing effort in San Diego State history. 85. Todd Santos 86. Todd Santos 87. Lon Sheriff Billy Blanton Mark Halda 90. Joe Davis 91. David Lowery Dan McGwire 93. Billy Blanton Jesse Freitas 95. Todd Santos 96. Ryan Lindley 97. Adam Hall Dan McGwire 99. Brian Sipe 100. Lon Sheriff Mark McKay 102. Tim Gutierrez Mark McKay Joe Davis 105. Mark McKay 106. Ryan Lindley Billy Blanton Todd Santos 109. Brian Sipe 110. David Lowery Jesse Freitas 112. Dan McGwire 113. Billy Blanton Todd Santos 115. Tim Gutierrez Brian Sipe 117. Ryan Lindley 118. Jesse Freitas

330 329 328 328 328 325 323 323 321 321 320 319 319 319 318 317 317 314 314 314 312 311 311 311 310 308 308 307 306 306 304 304 303 303

Long Beach State at Oregon UNLV* New Mexico* at LBSU* at San Jose State at (21) California (2) Miami (Fla.) at Hawai’i* North Texas State Stanford

9-6-86 9-26-87 11-25-00 11-4-95 10-28-78 11-26-77 9-11-93 12-1-90 11-18-95 11-24-73 10-5-85 at New Mexico State 9-11-10 UNLV* 10-26-02 at (20) Hawai’i* 10-7-89 So. Mississippi 10-10-70 at Wyoming* 10-7-00 at Colorado State* 10-15-83 California 9-10-94 New Mexico* 10-16-82 at Pacific 11-5-77 Wyoming* 11-12-83 at Wyoming* 11-1-08 Colorado State* 11-25-95 at Hawai’i* 10-27-84 Brigham Young 10-3-70 at Utah* 10-21-91 Florida State 10-27-73 Cal State Fullerton 9-23-89 Idaho 9-7-96 at Utah* 9-13-86 Colorado State* 10-16-93 Iowa State 11-27-71 Nicholls State 9-4-10 Iowa State 12-1-73

CONSECUTIvE 300-YARD PASSING GAMES  Date Opponent Billy Blanton - 4 11-2-96 at San Jose State* 11-7-96 Wyoming* 11-16-96 at UNLV* 11-23-96 Fresno State* Billy Blanton - 4 11-18-95 at Hawai’i* 11-25-95 Colorado State* 9-7-96 Idaho 9-14-96 at California Dan McGwire - 4 11-10-90 Hawai’i* 11-17-90 at New Mexico* 11-24-90 Texas-El Paso* 12-1-90 (2) Miami Dan McGwire - 4 9-22-90 at Brigham Young* 9-29-90 Air Force* 10-6-90 at Wyoming* 10-13-90 at UCLA Ryan Lindley - 3 11-28-09 at UNLV* 9-4-10 Nicholls State 9-11-10 at New Mexico State

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A-C-I TDs Yards

32-22-0 44-33-2 32-21-0 34-25-1

4 2 3 2

343 366 395 395

26-16-0 48-33-2 30-19-0 40-22-1

2 1 2 4

321 311 306 438

36-23-1 49-33-2 38-26-0 53-32-1

2 2 0 2

429 530 344 323

59-32-0 29-19-0 42-27-0 46-23-1

3 3 5 3

362 343 415 343

45-25-2 26-17-0 42-20-0

1 2 1

341 303 319

Adam Hall - 3 9-7-02 at Colorado 9-14-02 Arizona State 9-21-02 at Idaho Dan McGwire - 3 9-23-89 Cal State Fullerton 9-30-89 at Utah* 10-7-89 at (20) Hawai’i Todd Santos - 3 10-17-87 Stanford 10-24-87 Long Beach State 10-31-87 at Hawai’i* Matt Kofler - 3 11-14-81 at UNLV* 11-21-81 at Texas-El Paso* 11-29-81 vs. Air Force* Jesse Freitas - 3 11-17-73 at Fresno State* 11-24-73 North Texas State 12-1-73 Iowa State Dennis Shaw - 3 11-8-69 Pacific* 11-15-69 New Mexico State 11-22-69 North Texas State

59-39-0 60-32-1 49-29-0

0 3 5

359 516 506

26-17-2 37-24-1 41-23-1

2 2 1

307 510 319

60-40-1 40-26-1 40-29-2

5 3 1

536 434 373

34-20-0 43-31-2 57-33-0

2 5 2

345 460 386

42-33-0 32-23-2 28-19-1

4 4 3

450 321 303

38-25-0 42-26-3 46-28-5

7 9 3

463 441 387

3,000-YARD PASSING SEASONS  Dennis Shaw, 1969 Sr. Date Opponent A C I Yds. TD S.27 Cal State Los Angeles* 36 22 0 251 3 O.4 at San Jose State* 25 16 1 235 5 O.11 at West Texas State 37 19 4 350 2 O.18 at Texas-Arlington 28 14 5 262 1 O.25 UC Santa Barbara* 21 13 0 241 4 N.1 at Fresno State* 32 17 3 278 3 N.8 Pacific* 38 25 2 463 7 N.15 New Mexico State 42 26 3 441 9 N.22 North Texas State 46 28 5 387 3 N.29 LBSU* (3K) 29 18 3 267 2 TOTALS (10 games) 334-198-26 3175 39 D.6 vs. Boston (PB) 29 16 3 219 1 TOTALS (11 games) 363-214-29 3394 40 Matt Kofler, 1981 Sr. Date Opponent A C I Yds. TD S.12 at Colorado State* 52 35 3 359 2 S.26 at Oklahoma State 36 23 1 236 2 O.3 at New Mexico* 19 11 1 122 0 O.10 Iowa State 45 32 0 444 4 O.17 Brigham Young* 33 19 1 214 0 O.24 Hawai’i* 31 17 2 253 1 O.31 at Utah* 45 20 2 231 2 N.7 Wyoming* 41 22 3 287 1 N.14 at UNLV 34 20 0 345 2 N.21 UTEP* 43 31 2 460 5 Mirage Bowl (Japan, regular season game) N.29 vs. Air Force* (3K) 57 33 0 386 2 TOTALS (11 games) 436-263-15 3337 21

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Dan McGwire, 1989 Date Opponent S.2 at Air Force* S.16 UCLA S.23 Cal State Fullerton S.30 at Utah* O.7 at Hawai’i* O.14 Long Beach State O.21 Pacific O.28 at UTEP* N.4 New Mexico* (3K) N.11 Wyoming* N.18 at Miami N.25 Brigham Young* TOTALS (12 games)

Jr. A C I Yds. TD 46 30 2 361 2 48 27 1 286 0 26 17 2 307 2 37 24 1 510 2 41 23 1 319 1 42 24 0 299 2 28 18 1 227 2 35 20 6 282 1 39 25 1 426 2 36 18 0 256 1 41 18 3 163 0 21 14 1 215 1 440-258-19 3651 16

Dan McGwire, 1990 Sr. Date Opponent A C I Yds. TD S.8 at Oregon 40 20 0 223 2 S.15 Long Beach State 24 13 1 235 1 S.22 at Brigham Young* 59 32 0 362 3 S.29 Air Force* 29 19 0 343 3 O.6 at Wyoming* 42 27 0 415 5 O.13 at UCLA 46 23 1 343 3 N.3 Utah* 32 22 1 286 4 N.10 Hawai’i* 36 23 1 429 2 N.17 at New Mexico* (3K) 49 33 2 530 2 N.24 UTEP* 38 26 0 344 0 D.1 Miami 53 32 1 323 2 TOTALS (11 games) 448-270-7 3833 27 Tim Gutierrez, 1993 Jr. Date Opponent A C I Yds. TD S.4 Cal State Northridge did not play S.11 at California did not play S.18 at Air Force* 21 13 0 217 2 S.25 Minnesota 48 32 0 375 4 S.30 UCLA 47 30 2 350 1 O.9 at Hawai’i* 27 12 0 259 1 O.16 Colorado State* 31 21 1 304 3 O.23 New Mexico* 34 23 1 251 1 O.30 at Utah* 49 32 2 419 4 N.11 Brigham Young* 29 15 1 265 4 N.20 at Fresno State* 36 20 3 449 4 N.27 Wyoming* (3K) 19 10 0 144 0 TOTALS (10 games) 341-208-10 3033 24 Billy Blanton, 1995 Jr. Date Opponent A C I Yds. TD S.2 California 27 18 1 172 1 S.9 at Oklahoma 42 22 3 252 1 S.16 at Brigham Young* 45 30 3 376 3 S.28 Nevada 35 21 1 286 2 O.7 at Utah* 41 26 0 297 2 O.14 Fresno State* 31 21 1 355 1 O.21 San Jose State 22 11 1 254 4 O.28 at UTEP* 27 13 1 146 1 N.4 New Mexico* 24 17 0 328 3 N.11 Wyoming* 21 15 1 202 2 N.18 at Hawai’i* 26 16 0 321 2 N.25 Colorado State* (3K) 48 33 2 311 1 TOTALS (12 games) 389-243-14 3300 23

Billy Blanton, 1996 Date Opponent S.7 Idaho S.14 at California S.21 Oklahoma O.11 Hawai’i* O.19 at New Mexico* O.26 at Colorado State* N.2 at San Jose State* N.7 Wyoming* N.16 at UNLV* N.23 Fresno State* (3K) N.28 Air Force* TOTALS (11 games)

Sr. A C I Yds. TD 30 19 0 306 2 40 22 1 438 4 26 18 1 258 5 21 16 0 159 2 25 15 0 260 2 32 18 0 138 1 32 22 0 307 4 44 33 2 366 2 32 21 0 395 3 34 25 1 395 2 27 18 0 199 2 343-227-5 3221 29

Adam Hall, 2002 Jr. Date Opponent A C I Yds. TD A.29 at Fresno State 37 25 1 240 0 S.7 at (17) Colorado 59 39 0 359 0 60 32 1 516 3 S.14 Arizona State S.21 at Idaho 49 29 0 506 5 34 16 2 183 1 S.28 UCLA O.12 Utah* 39 26 1 294 2 33 22 1 335 1 O.19 at Wyoming* O.26 UNLV* 45 28 1 319 2 N.2 at Brigham Young* 46 26 1 228 1 N.9 at New Mexico* (3K) 35 18 1 153 0 N.15 (17) Colorado State* 15 11 0 120 1 N.23 at Air Force* injured injured D.7 at Hawai’i TOTALS (11 games) 452-272-9 3253 16 Ryan Lindley, 2009 Date Opponent S.5 at UCLA S.12 Southern Utah S.19 at Idaho S.26 at Air Force* O.3 New Mexico State O.17 Brigham Young* O.24 at Colorado State* O.31 New Mexico* N.7 TCU* N.14 Wyoming* N.21 at Utah* N.28 at UNLV* (3K) TOTALS (12 games)

So. A C I Yds. TD 45 18 3 238 2 30 20 0 287 2 35 21 1 200 1 41 25 4 284 2 27 7 1 123 1 33 21 1 298 3 43 29 0 459 6 38 22 0 253 3 34 16 2 164 1 29 18 0 200 0 37 17 2 207 1 45 25 2 341 1 437-239-16 3054 23

Ryan Lindley, 2010 Jr. Date Opponent A C I Yds. TD S.4 Nicholls State 26 17 0 303 2 S.11 at New Mexico State 42 20 0 319 1 S.18 at Missouri 44 20 1 190 0 S.25 Utah State 24 17 1 362 3 O.9 at Brigham Young* 34 20 1 220 3 O.16 (23) Air Force* 26 14 1 247 1 O.23 at New Mexico* 37 18 1 249 2 O.30 at Wyoming* 32 16 2 365 3 N.6 Colorado State* 23 14 2 171 1 N.13 at (3) TCU* 26 11 2 262 2 N.20 (25) Utah (3K) 54 36 3 528 4 N.27 UNLV 30 22 0 338 4 TOTALS (12 games) 398-225-14 3554 26 Poinsettia Bowl (San Diego, Calif.) D.23 Navy 23 18 0 276 2 TOTALS (13 games) 421-243-14 3830 28


RECORDS

Receiving

Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game.

n Individual

Records

Most Receptions Game: 18, J.R. Tolver at Hawai’i, 12/7/02 Season: 128, J.R. Tolver, 2002 Career: 262, J.R. Tolver, 1999-00-01-02 Most Receptions Per Game Season: 9.8, J.R. Tolver, 2002 Career: 6.4, Will Blackwell, 1994-95-96 (min. 15 gms.) Most Receptions By Senior Game: 18, J.R. Tolver at Hawai’i, 12/7/02 Season: 128, J.R. Tolver, 2002 Most Receptions By Junior Game: 16, Tim Delaney vs. New Mexico State, 11/15/69 Season: 85, Tim Delaney, 1969 Most Receptions By Sophomore Game: 15, Will Blackwell at BYU*, 9/16/95 Season: 86, Will Blackwell, 1995 Most Receptions By Freshman Game: 10, Will Blackwell vs. Fresno State*, 11/26/94 Season: 51, Will Blackwell, 1994 Most Yards Game: 363, Tom Nettles vs. So. Miss., 11/9/68 Season: 1,785, J.R. Tolver, 2002 Career: 3,572, J.R. Tolver, 1999-00-01-02 Most Yards Per Game Season: 137.3, J.R. Tolver, 2002 Career: 93.4, Will Blackwell, 1994-95-96 (min. 15 gms.) Most Yards By Senior Game: 363, Tom Nettles vs. So. Miss., 11/9/68 Season: 1,785, J.R. Tolver, 2002 Most Yards By Junior Game: 289, Gary Garrison vs. Fresno State*, 10/31/64 Season: 1,392, Patrick Rowe, 1990 Most Yards By Sophomore Game: 274, Darnay Scott vs. UTEP*, 10/17/92 Season: 1,207, Will Blackwell, 1995 Most Yards By Freshman Game: 243, Darnay Scott vs. BYU*, 11/16/91 Season: 727, Darnay Scott, 1991 Most Touchdowns Game: 6, Tim Delaney vs. New Mexico State, 11/15/69 Season: 18, Tom Reynolds, 1969 Career: 26, Gary Garrison, 1964-65 Most Yards Per Reception Game: 37.3 (6), Brett Swain vs. Portland State, 9/22/07 (min. 5 rec.) Season: 25.2 (31), Derrick Lewis, 2000 (min. 30 rec.) Career: 20.4 (85), Derrick Lewis, 1999-00-01 (min. 50 rec.)

100-YARD GAMES/SEASON Rk Player, Season 1. Patrick Rowe, 1990 2. Kassim Osgood, 2002 J.R. Tolver, 2002 Dennis Arey, 1990 5. Webster Slaughter, 1985 Gary Garrison, 1964 7. Vincent Brown, 2010 DeMarco Sampson, 2010 Jeff Webb, 2005 Will Blackwell, 1995 Darnay Scott, 1993 Jim Sandusky, 1983 Dwight McDonald, 1974 Tom Nettles, 1968

100-YARD GAMES/CAREER Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Vincent Brown, 2007-08-09-10 J.R. Tolver, 1999-00-01-02 3. Jeff Webb, 2001-03-04-05 Will Blackwell, 1994-95-96 Darnay Scott, 1991-92-93 Patrick Rowe, 1987-88-90-91 Gary Garrison, 1964-65 8. Az Hakim, 1994-95-96-97 9. Haven Moses, 1966-67 10. Tim Delaney, 1968-69-70

Games 9 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

GARY GARRISON

JEFF WEBB

Games 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 11 10 9

n Receptions SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Season J.R. Tolver, 2002 Kassim Osgood, 2002 Jeff Webb, 2005 Will Blackwell, 1995 Dwight McDonald, 1974 Tim Delaney, 1969 Webster Slaughter, 1985 Craig Scoggins, 1966 Monty Gilbreath, 1989 Gary Garrison, 1964

SENIOR SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season J.R. Tolver, 2002 Kassim Osgood, 2002 Jeff Webb, 2005 Dwight McDonald, 1974 Webster Slaughter, 1985

JUNIOR SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Season Tim Delaney, 1969 Gary Garrison, 1964 Darnay Scott, 1993 Jeff Webb, 2004 Patrick Rowe, 1990

SOPHOMORE SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season Will Blackwell, 1995 Darnay Scott, 1992 Vincent Brown, 2008 J.R. Tolver, 2000 Az Hakim, 1995

FRESHMAN SEASON Pl. Player, Season 1. Will Blackwell, 1995 2. Darnay Scott, 1991

Rec. 128 108 92 86 86 85 82 81 80 78

Rec. 128 108 92 86 82

Rec. 85 78 75 71 71

Rec. 86 68 64 62 57

Rec. 51 35

WILL BLACKWELL

J.R. TOLvER RECEPTIONS/CAREER Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Player J.R. Tolver Jeff Webb Vincent Brown Will Blackwell Monty Gilbreath Tim Delaney Darnay Scott Patrick Rowe Gary Garrison Az-Zahir Hakim DeMarco Sampson Robert Ortiz Brett Swain Craig Scoggins Darius Durham Webster Slaughter Tom Reynolds Damon Gourdine Jimmy Raye Haven Moses Kassim Osgood Vince Warren DeAndre Maxwell Chaz Schilens Dennis Arey

Seasons 1999-00-01-02 2001-03-04-05 2007-08-09-10 1994-95-96 1986-87-88-89 1968-69-70 1991-92-93 1987-88-90-91 1964-65 1994-95-96-97 2005-08-09-10 2002-03-04-05 2004-05-06-07 1965-66 1979-80-81-82 1984-85 1969-71 1997-98-99 1988-89-90 1966-67 2002 1981-82-83-84-85 1992-93-94-95 2005-06-07 1988-89-90

Rec. 262 234 209 197 187 180 178 155 148 147 146 137 133 129 127 122 117 114 111 111 108 105 104 103 101

Yards 3,572 2,890 3,110 2,896 2,241 2,535 3,139 2,678 2,188 2,622 2,242 1,620 1,893 1,809 1,988 1,647 1,955 1,370 1,518 2,103 1,552 2,164 1,513 1,603 1,714

Avg. 13.6 12.4 14.9 14.7 12.0 14.1 17.6 17.3 14.8 17.8 15.4 11.8 14.2 14.0 15.7 13.5 16.7 12.0 13.7 18.9 14.4 20.6 14.5 15.6 17.0

TD 18 20 23 25 8 22 25 13 26 21 18 13 8 16 11 13 25 12 10 15 8 14 13 7 12

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n Annual

Receiving Leaders/Yards

Year Player Cl. NR CR No. Yds. Avg. 1947 Jack Kaiser So. 12 216 18.0 1948 Leo Heaton Jr. 17 229 13.5 Bud Milke Jr. 16 192 12.0 1949 1950 Bud Milke Sr. 25 315 12.6 1951 Chet Nicholson Sr. 30 510 17.0 Don Jurk Sr. 21 383 18.2 1952 Bob Lyon Sr. 19 312 16.4 1953 1954 Claude Lewis So. 11 120 10.9 1955 Braxton Pinkins So. 13 214 16.5 Braxton Pinkins Jr. 14 294 21.0 1956 1957 Braxton Pinkins Sr. 15 288 19.2 1958 Bob Ball So. 20 264 13.2 1959 Dick Morris Jr. 28 283 10.1 1960 Dick Morris Sr. 13 118 9.1 1961 Neal Petties So. 19 428 22.5 1962 Neal Petties Jr. 22 384 17.5 Neal Petties Sr. 7 22 465 21.1 1963 1964 Gary Garrison Jr. 1 78 1,272 16.3 1965 Gary Garrison Sr. 70 916 13.1 1966 Craig Scoggins Sr. 1 81 1,212 15.0 1967 Haven Moses Sr. 54 958 17.7 Tom Nettles Sr. 62 1,227 19.8 1968 1969 Tim Delaney Jr. 3 1 85 1,259 14.8 1970 Tim Delaney Sr. 1 62 794 12.8 Tom Reynolds Sr. 1 67 1,070 16.0 1971 1972 Isaac Curtis Sr. 3 44 832 18.9 1973 Darold Nogle Sr. 1 59 945 16.0 1974 Dwight McDonald Sr. 1 1 86 1,157 13.5 1975 Duke Fergerson Sr. 6 1 57 886 15.5 1976 Ronnie Smith Jr. 27 416 15.4 1977 Dennis Pearson Sr. 49 864 17.6 1978 Don Warren Sr. 39 483 12.4 1979 Steve Stapler Sr. 37 794 21.5 1980 Bobby Taylor Sr. 40 656 16.5 1981 Darius Durham Jr. 3 1 65 988 15.2 1982 Don Roberts Sr. 53 380 7.2 1983 Jim Sandusky Sr. 12 1 69 1,171 17.0 1984 Webster Slaughter Jr. 40 576 14.4 1985 Webster Slaughter Sr. 4 1 82 1,071 13.1 1986 Corey Gilmore Sr. 5 48 325 6.8 1987 Kerry Reed-Martin Jr. 49 719 14.7 1988 Monty Gilbreath Jr. 2 60 799 13.3 1989 Monty Gilbreath Sr. 2 80 903 11.3 1990 Patrick Rowe Jr. 3 71 1,392 19.6 1991 Patrick Rowe Sr. 4 57 822 14.4 1992 Darnay Scott So. 2 68 1,150 16.9 1993 Darnay Scott Jr. 5 1 75 1,262 16.8 1994 Curtis Shearer Sr. 22 4 55 737 13.4 1995 Will Blackwell So. 5 1 86 1,207 14.0 1996 Will Blackwell Jr. 8 3 60 1,000 16.7 1997 Taj Johnson Jr. 11 44 802 18.2 1998 Damon Gourdine Jr. 55 649 11.8 1999 Damon Gourdine Sr. 3 38 439 11.6 2000 J.R. Tolver So. 32 2 62 808 13.0 2001 J.R. Tolver Jr. 35 3 63 878 13.9 2002 J.R. Tolver Sr. 2 1 128 1,785 13.9 2003 Jeff Webb So. 41 4 55 706 12.8 2004 Jeff Webb Jr. 18 2 71 863 12.2 2005 Jeff Webb Sr. 21 4 92 1,109 12.1 2006 Brett Swain Jr. 47 528 11.2 2007 Brett Swain Sr. 30 2 58 973 16.8 2008 Vincent Brown So. 9 64 631 9.9 2009 DeMarco Sampson Jr. 51 2 62 851 13.7 2010 Vincent Brown Sr. 6 1 69 1,352 19.6 NR - national ranking in receiving yards per game. CR - conference ranking in receiving yards per game.

n Annual TDs 5 1 1 3 6 6 0 3 2 3 1 3 3 2 4 4 5 15 11 8 7 14 14 6 18 7 6 7 4 3 5 4 5 4 7 0 6 3 10 1 4 2 4 8 4 9 10 6 8 11 2 4 4 1 2 13 4 6 10 2 5 5 8 10

Receiving Leaders/Rec.

Year Player Cl. NR CR No. Yds. Avg. Gary Garrison Sr. 70 916 13.1 1965 1966 Craig Scoggins Sr. 81 1,212 15.0 Haven Moses Sr. 54 958 17.7 1967 1968 Tom Nettles Sr. 62 1,227 19.8 Tim Delaney Jr. 85 1,259 14.8 1969 1970 Ken Burrow Sr. 54 904 16.6 Tom Reynolds Sr. 67 1,070 16.0 1971 1972 Isaac Curtis Sr. 44 832 18.9 Darold Nogle Sr. 59 945 15.9 1973 1974 Dwight McDonald Sr. 86 1,157 13.5 Duke Fergerson Sr. 57 886 15.5 1975 1976 Ronnie Smith Jr. 29 416 14.3 Dennis Pearson Sr. 49 864 17.6 1977 1978 Rick Garretson Sr. 36 509 14.1 Steve Stapler Sr. 37 794 21.5 1979 1980 Bobby Taylor Sr. 40 656 16.4 Darius Durham Jr. 65 988 15.2 1981 1982 Darius Durham Sr. 45 781 17.4 Jim Sandusky Sr. 69 1,171 17.0 1983 1984 Vince Warren Sr. 29 616 21.2 1985 Webster Slaughter Sr. 82 1,071 13.1 1986 Robert Awalt Sr. 45 541 12.0 1987 Kerry Reed-Martin Jr. 49 719 14.7 1988 Monty Gilbreath Jr. 60 799 13.3 Robert Claiborne Sr. 55 938 17.1 1989 Patrick Rowe Jr. 71 1,392 19.6 1990 Patrick Rowe Sr. 57 822 14.4 1991 1992 Darnay Scott So. 68 1,150 16.9 1993 Darnay Scott Jr. 75 1,262 16.8 1994 Curtis Shearer Sr. 55 737 13.4 1995 Will Blackwell So. 86 1,207 14.0 1996 Will Blackwell Jr. 60 1,000 16.7 1997 Taj Johnson Sr. 44 802 18.2 1998 Damon Gourdine Jr. 7 55 649 11.8 1999 Derrick Lewis Jr. 11 26 551 21.2 2000 J.R. Tolver So. 46 5 62 808 13.0 2001 J.R. Tolver Jr. 39 3 63 878 13.9 2002 J.R. Tolver Sr. 1 1 128 1,785 13.9 2003 Jeff Webb So. 63 4 55 706 12.8 2004 Jeff Webb Jr. 33 6 71 863 12.2 2005 Jeff Webb Sr. 3 1 92 1,109 12.1 2006 Brett Swain Jr. 47 528 11.2 2007 Brett Swain Sr. 79 4 58 973 16.8 2008 Vincent Brown So. 46 5 64 631 9.9 2009 DeMarco Sampson Jr. 50 4 62 851 13.7 2010 Vincent Brown Sr. 44 1 69 1,352 19.6 NR - national ranking in receptions per game. CR - conference ranking in receptions per game.

Tom Reynolds and Tim Delaney led the Aztecs in receiving yards from 1969-71.

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RECORDS/RECEIVING cont. YARDS RECEIvING/SEASON

Pl. Name Cl. Season No. Yds. TD Avg. YPG GP 1K TGP 1K 1. J.R. Tolver Sr. 2002 128 1,785 13 13.95 137.31 7 7 Sr. 2002 108 1,552 8 14.37 119.38 9 9 2. Kassim Osgood 3. Patrick Rowe Jr. 1990 71 1,392 8 19.61 126.55 9 9 4. Vincent Brown Sr. +2010 69 1,352 10 19.59 104.00 11 11 5. Craig Scoggins Sr. +1966 85 1,301 8 15.31 118.27 10 10 Jr. +1969 89 1,300 14 14.61 118.18 9 9 6. Tim Delaney 7. Gary Garrison Jr. 1964 78 1,272 15 16.31 127.20 8 8 8. Darnay Scott Jr. 1993 75 1,262 10 16.83 114.73 8 8 9. Tom Nettles Sr. 1968 62 1,227 14 19.79 122.70 8 8 67 1,220 8 18.21 93.85 11 11 10. DeMarco Sampson Sr. +2010 So. 1995 86 1,207 8 14.03 109.73 10 11 11. Will Blackwell 12. Haven Moses Jr. +1966 62 1,206 10 19.45 109.64 10 10 13. Jim Sandusky Sr. 1983 69 1,171 6 16.97 97.58 10 10 1974 86 1,157 7 13.45 105.18 10 10 14. Dwight McDonald Sr. So. 1992 68 1,150 9 16.91 104.55 10 10 15. Darnay Scott 16. Dennis Arey Sr. 1990 68 1,118 10 16.44 101.64 10 10 17. Jeff Webb Sr. 2005 92 1,109 10 12.05 92.42 12 12 1985 82 1,071 10 13.06 89.25 11 11 18. Webster Slaughter Sr. Sr. 1971 67 1,070 7 15.97 107.00 10 11 19. Tom Reynolds 20. Az Hakim So. 1995 57 1,022 8 17.93 85.17 12 12 21. Will Blackwell Jr. 1996 60 1,000 11 16.67 111.11 9 11 + - indicated team participated in bowl game. GP/1K - games played to date when reaching 1,000 yards. TGP/1K - team games to date when player reached 1,000 yards.

Multiple 1,000-Yard Seasons: Will Blackwell (2), Darnay Scott (2) Head Coaches for 1,000-Yard Seasons: Don Coryell (6), Al Luginbill (4), Tom Craft (3), Ted Tollner (3), Brady Hoke (2), Doug Scovil (2), Claude Gilbert (1) 3. Vincent Brown, 2007 4. Gavin Escobar, 2010 5. Dominique Sandifer, 2009

SEASON/TIGHT END Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Player, Season Tim Delaney, 1970 Kerry Reed-Martin, 1987 Robert Awalt, 1986

Rec. 62 49 45

SEASON/RUNNING BACK Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Player, Season Don Roberts, 1982 Corey Gilmore, 1986 Marshall Faulk, 1993

n Receiving SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Season J.R. Tolver, 2002 Kassim Osgood, 2002 Patrick Rowe, 1990 Vincent Brown, 2010 Gary Garrison, 1964 Darnay Scott, 1993 Tim Delaney, 1969 Tom Nettles, 1968 DeMarco Sampson, 2010 Craig Scoggins, 1966

SENIOR SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season J.R. Tolver, 2002 Kassim Osgood, 2002 Vincent Brown, 2010 Tom Nettles, 1968 DeMarco Sampson, 2010

JUNIOR SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season Patrick Rowe, 1990 Gary Garrison, 1964 Darnay Scott, 1993 Tim Delaney, 1969 Will Blackwell, 1996

31 29 26

Rec. 53 48 47

Yards

SOPHOMORE SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season Will Blackwell, 1995 Darnay Scott, 1992 Az Hakim, 1995 J.R. Tolver, 2000 Jeff Webb, 2003

FRESHMAN SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season Darnay Scott, 1991 Will Blackwell, 1994 Az Hakim, 1994 Gavin Escobar, 2010 Dominique Sandifer, 2009

SEASON/TIGHT END

Yards 1,785 1,552 1,392 1,352 1,272 1,262 1,259 1,227 1,220 1,212

Yards 1,785 1,552 1,352 1,227 1,220

Yards 1,392 1,272 1,262 1,259 1,000

Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Player, Season Tim Delaney, 1970 Kerry Reed-Martin, 1987 Robert Awalt, 1986

SEASON/RUNNING BACK Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player, Season Marshall Faulk, 1993 David Turner, 1977 Brandon Sullivan, 2010 Don Roberts, 1982

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

Player, Seasons J.R. Tolver, 1999-00-01-02 Darnay Scott, 1991-92-93 Vincent Brown, 2007-08-09-10 Will Blackwell, 1994-95-96 Jeff Webb, 2001-03-04-05 Patrick Rowe, 1987-88-90-91 Az Hakim, 1994-95-96-97 Tim Delaney, 1968-69-70 DeMarco Sampson, 2005-08-09-10 Monty Gilbreath, 1986-87-88-89

n Single-Game RECEPTIONS Pl. 1. 2. 5. 7.

Player J.R. Tolver Curtis Shearer Don Roberts Tom Reynolds J.R. Tolver Tim Delaney DeMarco Sampson Will Blackwell Webster Slaughter Craig Scoggins

RECEIvING YARDS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Tom Nettles J.R. Tolver Tom Reynolds Gary Garrison J.R. Tolver Will Blackwell Tim Delaney Darnay Scott DeMarco Sampson Jeff Webb

Receiving Leaders

Opponent, Date Rec. at Hawai’i, Dec. 7, 2002 18 vs. Air Force*, Oct. 1, 1994 17 at California, Sept. 18, 1982 17 vs. Utah State, Oct. 22, 1971 17 vs. Utah*, Oct. 12, 2002 16 vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 22, 1969 16 at Colorado State*, Oct. 24, 2009 15 at Brigham Young*, Sept. 16, 1995 15 vs. Oregon, Oct. 26, 1985 15 vs. Cal State Los Angeles*, Nov. 26, 1966 15

Yards 283 195 150 290 185 275 257 197 168 239

Avg. 15.7 11.5 8.8 17.1 11.6 17.2 17.1 13.1 11.2 15.9

TD 2 2 0 1 1 6 3 2 2 2

Opponent, Date vs. So. Mississippi, Nov. 9, 1968 vs. Arizona State, Sept. 14, 2002 vs. Utah State, Oct. 22, 1971 vs. Fresno State*, Oct. 31, 1964 at Hawai’i, Dec. 7, 2002 at California, Sept. 14, 1996 vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 15, 1969 vs. Texas-El Paso*, Oct. 17, 1992 at Colorado State*, Oct. 24, 2009 vs. Brigham Young*, Oct. 4, 2003

Rec. 11 12 17 11 18 11 16 12 15 10

Yards 362 296 290 289 283 280 275 274 257 253

Avg. 32.9 24.7 17.1 26.3 15.7 25.5 17.2 22.8 17.1 25.3

TD 4 1 1 4 2 4 6 3 3 3

Rec. 16 11 11 11 8 15 8 6 10 14 6 12

Yards 275 280 362 289 184 257 183 224 253 184 120 274

Avg. 17.2 25.5 32.9 26.3 23.0 17.1 22.9 37.3 25.3 13.1 20.0 22.8

TD 6 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

RECEIvING TOUCHDOWNS Yards 1,207 1,150 1,022 808 706

Pl. 1. 2. 5.

Yards 727 689 370 323 298

Player Opponent, Date Tim Delaney vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 15, 1969 Will Blackwell at California, Sept. 14, 1996 Tom Nettles vs. Southern Mississippi, Nov. 9, 1968 Gary Garrison vs. Fresno State*, Oct. 31, 1964 Vincent Brown vs. (25) Utah*, Nov. 20, 2010 DeMarco Sampson at Colorado State*, Oct. 24, 2009 Vincent Brown vs. Idaho, Sept. 27, 2008 Brett Swain vs. Portland State, Sept. 22, 2007 Jeff Webb vs. Brigham Young*, Oct. 4, 2003 J.R. Tolver at Idaho, Sept. 21, 2002 Az Hakim vs. Oklahoma, Sept. 21, 1996 Darnay Scott vs. Texas-El Paso*, Oct. 17, 1992 13 others occasions with

LONGEST RECEPTION/PASS Yards 794 719 541

Yards 644 417 383 380

Yards 3,572 3,139 3,110 2,896 2,890 2,678 2,622 2,535 2,242 2,241

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 3. 6. 7.

9. 10. 13.

Quarterback Kevin O’Connell Brian Sipe Ryan Lindley J.R. Tolver Jack Hawley Tim Gutierrez Dennis Shaw Billy Blanton Doug Matheson Todd Santos Mark Halda Mark Halda Jeff Atteberry Ryan Lindley David Lowery Don Horn

n TDs SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Receiver Chaz Schilens Robert West Vincent Brown Kassim Osgood Derrick Lewis Marshall Faulk Tom Nettles Nate Jacquet Dan Laskowski Vince Warren Bobby Taylor Steve Stapler Mike Reed Vincent Brown Darnay Scott Craig Scoggins

Opponent Yards vs. TCU, Nov. 24, 2007 (L, 33-45) 97 at Fresno State*, Oct. 30, 1971 (L, 10-17) 92 vs. (25) Utah*, Nov. 20, 2010 (L, 34-38) 90 at Hawai'i, Dec. 7, 2002 (L, 40-41) 87 at UNLV*, Nov. 20, 1999 (W, 37-7) 87 at Fresno State*, Nov. 20, 1993 (L, 37-63) 87 vs. Southern Mississippi, Nov. 9, 1968 (W, 68-7) 86 at UNLV*, Nov. 16, 1996 (L, 42-44) 85 vs. Weber State, Sept. 23, 1967 (W, 58-12) 85 vs. Colorado State*, Oct. 20, 1984 (W, 41-24) 84 vs. Miami, Oct. 13, 1979 (W, 31-20) 83 vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 29, 1979 (W, 24-17) 83 vs. UC Santa Barbara*, Nov. 14, 1970 (W, 65-7) 83 vs. Utah State, Sept. 25, 2010 (W, 41-7) 82 at California, Sept. 11, 1993 (W, 22-20) 82 vs. Cal State Los Angeles*, Nov. 26, 1966 (W, 39-12) 82

Receiving

Player, Season Tom Reynolds, 1969 Tim Delaney, 1970 J.R. Tolver, 2002 Ronnie Smith, 1977 Ken Burrow, 1970 6. Will Blackwell, 1996 7. Vincent Brown, 2010 Jeff Webb, 2005 Darnay Scott, 1993 Dennis Arey, 1990 Webster Slaughter, 1985

CAREER

TDs 18 14 13 12 12 11 10 10 10 10 10

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7.

9. 10.

Player, Seasons Tom Reynolds, 1969-70-71 Gary Garrison, 1964-65 Will Blackwell, 1994-95-96 Darnay Scott, 1991-92-93 Vincent Brown, 2007-08-09-10 Az Hakim, 1994-95-96-97 Jeff Webb, 2001-03-05-05 Tim Delaney, 1968-69-70 DeMarco Sampson, 2005-08-09-10 J.R. Tolver, 1999-00-01-02

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n 100-Yard

Games

Receiving

300-Yard Performances By Player (1 Total; 1 Player) Tom Nettles 1. 200-Yard Performances By Player (22 Total; 15 Players) - Darnay Scott 4, Will Blackwell 2, Tim Delaney 2, Tom Reynolds 2, J.R. Tolver 2, Marshall Faulk 1, Gary Garrison 1, Tom Nettles 1, Jimmy Raye 1, Patrick Rowe 1, Chaz Schilens 1, Craig Scoggins 1, Brett Swain 1, Jeff Webb 1, DeMarco Sampson 1. Most 200-Yard Performances in a Season (4 Total; 3 Players) - 2 by J.R. Tolver in 2002, Darnay Scott in 1992, Tim Delaney in 1969. 100-Yard Performances By Player (302 Total; 76 Players) - Vincent Brown 13, J.R. Tolver 13, Will Blackwell 12, Gary Garrison 12, Patrick Rowe 12, Darnay Scott 12, Jeff Webb 12, Az Hakim 11, Haven Moses 10, Tim Delaney 9, Dennis Arey 8, Kassim Osgood 8, Webster Slaughter 8, Ken Burrow 7, Tom Reynolds 7, DeMarco Sampson 7, Craig Scoggins 7, Vince Warren 7, Darius Durham 6, Dwight McDonald 6, Tom Nettles 6, Jim Sandusky 6, Monty Gilbreath 5, Derrick Lewis 5, Robert Claiborne 4, Darold Nogle 4, Dennis Pearson 4, Jimmy Raye 4, Chaz Schilens 4, Isaac Curtis 3, Keith Denson 3, Byron Olander 3, Kerry Reed-Martin 3, Steve Stapler 3, Brett Swain 3, Bobby Taylor 3, Jeff Baker 2, Jim Beatrow 2, Leandrew Childs 2, Vollon Dixon 2, Marshall Faulk 2, Nate Fergerson 2, DeAndre Maxwell 2, Kenny Moore 2, Marv Owens 2, Don Roberts 2, Curtis Shearer 2, Ronnie Smith 2, Tim Boyer 1, Roger Clark 1, Anthony Conyers 1, Duke Fergerson 1, Damon Gourdine 1, Chris Hardy 1, Merton Harris 1, Nathaniel Jacquet 1, Taj Johnson 1, Mario Mendez 1, DeAngelo Mitchell 1, Lonnie Mitchell 1, Lonnie Moore 1, Greg Moses 1, Robert Ortiz 1, Neal Petties 1, Braxton Pinkins 1, Volney Quinlan 1, Michael Reed 1, Jesus Reyes 1, Clinton Sampson 1, Phil Smith 1, Tim Thorn 1, David Turner 1, Roberto Wallace 1, Don Warren 1, Mekell Wesley 1, Bull Williams 1.

100-YARD RECEIvING GAMES  Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 25. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 36. 39. 40. 43. 44.

Player Yards Tom Nettles 362 J.R. Tolver 296 Tom Reynolds 290 Gary Garrison 289 J.R. Tolver 283 Will Blackwell 280 Tim Delaney 275 Darnay Scott 274 DeMarco Sampson 257 Jeff Webb 253 Darnay Scott 243 Craig Scoggins 239 Brett Swain 224 Patrick Rowe 224 Darnay Scott 217 Chaz Schilens 215 Tom Reynolds 211 Will Blackwell 210 Jimmy Raye 209 Marshall Faulk 205 Darnay Scott 204 Tim Delaney 203 Will Blackwell 197 Darius Durham 197 Will Blackwell 196 Dwight McDonald 196 Curtis Shearer 195 Haven Moses 193 Craig Scoggins 192 Keith Denson 188 Will Blackwell 187 J.R. Tolver 185 Vincent Brown 184 J.R. Tolver 184 Haven Moses 184 Vincent Brown 183 Webster Slaughter 183 183 Tim Delaney DeMarco Sampson 179 Kassim Osgood 178 Kassim Osgood 178 Tom Reynolds 178 Vincent Brown 177 DeMarco Sampson175 Vince Warren 175 Tom Nettles 175

Opponent

Date Southern Mississippi 11-9-68 Arizona State 9-14-02 Utah State 10-22-71 Fresno State* 10-31-64 at Hawai'i 12-7-02 at California 9-14-96 New Mexico State 11-15-69 Texas-El Paso* 10-17-92 at Colorado State* 10-24-09 Brigham Young* 10-4-03 Brigham Young* 11-16-91 CS Los Angeles* 11-26-66 Portland State 9-22-07 at UCLA 10-13-90 at Air Force* 9-18-93 at Air Force* 11-17-07 at West Texas State 10-11-69 New Mexico* 11-4-95 Hawai’i* 11-10-90 at Fresno State* 11-20-93 Fresno State* 11-21-92 Long Beach State* 11-29-69 at Brigham Young* 9-15-95 Texas-El Paso* 11-21-81 at UNLV* 11-16-96 at North Texas State 11-2-74 Air Force* 10-1-94 CS. Los Angeles* 11-26-66 Northern Arizona 11-19-66 at Fresno State* 11-17-73 Fresno State* 11-26-94 Utah* 10-12-02 (25) Utah* 11-20-10 at Idaho 9-21-02 Mexico Polytechnic 9-17-66 Idaho 9-27-08 New Mexico* 11-23-85 North Texas State 11-22-69 Nicholls State 9-4-10 at Idaho 9-21-02 (17) Colorado 9-7-02 Pacific* 11-8-69 Utah State 9-25-10 at Wyoming* 10-30-10 at Texas-El Paso* 9-24-83 Fresno State 11-2-68

J.R. Tolver finished his San Diego State career as the school’s all-time leader for most 200yard receiving performances in a single season (2 in 2002) and the most 100-yard receiving efforts by one player (13).

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174 47. Chaz Schilens Az Hakim 174 174 Patrick Rowe 50. Dwight McDonald 173 51. Az Hakim 172 Will Blackwell 172 Tom Reynolds 172 172 Gary Garrison 55. Dennis Arey 171 56. Kassim Osgood 170 Haven Moses 170 58. Gary Garrison 169 59. Webster Slaughter 168 167 60. Vincent Brown 166 61. Darold Nogle Isaac Curtis 166 63. Vincent Brown 165 64. Keith Denson 164 65. Taj Johnson 163 66. Jim Sandusky 162 162 Isaac Curtis 162 Tim Delaney Haven Moses 162 70. Patrick Rowe 161 Craig Scoggins 161 72. Darnay Scott 160 160 Darold Nogle 74. Kassim Osgood 158 J.R. Tolver 158 76. Robert Claiborne 157 77. Darius Durham 156 78. Patrick Rowe 155 Gary Garrison 155 80. DeMarco Sampson 154 81. Derrick Lewis 153 Anthony Conyers 153 Isaac Curtis 153 84. Leandrew Childs 152 Dennis Pearson 152 Gary Garrison 152 87. J.R. Tolver 151 Nate Fergerson 151 Tom Reynolds 151 90. Dennis Arey 150 Don Roberts 150 Dwight McDonald 150 93. Gary Garrison 149 94. Darnay Scott 148 Michael Reed 148 96. Vincent Brown 147 Keith Denson 147 98. J.R. Tolver 146 Gary Garrison 146 100. Kassim Osgood 145 Will Blackwell 145 102. Vincent Brown 144 Robert Claiborne 144 104. Vincent Brown 143 Az Hakim 143 Vince Warren 143 107. Vincent Brown 142 Jeff Webb 142 Jeff Webb 142 Jimmy Raye 142 Monty Gilbreath 142 112. Monty Gilbreath 141 Clinton Sampson 141 Darius Durham 141 Braxton Pinkins 141 116. J.R. Tolver 140 Az Hakim 140 Tom Reynolds 140 Craig Scoggins 140 120. Vincent Brown 139 Jeff Webb 139 Darnay Scott 139 Ken Burrow 139 124. Jeff Webb 138 Kassim Osgood 138 Derrick Lewis 138 Haven Moses 138 128. J.R. Tolver 137 Robert Claiborne 137 Vince Warren 137 131. Will Blackwell 136 Tom Nettles 136 133. DeAngelo Mitchell 135 Marv Owens 135 135. Darium Durham 134 Dennis Pearson 134

TCU* Idaho Wyoming* Bowling Green Navy Fresno State* North Texas State Cal Western at Wyoming*

11-24-07 9-7-96 10-6-90 11-23-74 9-5-97 10-14-95 12-4-71 11-27-65 10-6-90 (17) Colorado State* 11-15-02 Weber State 9-23-67 at Cal Poly SLO* 10-3-64 Oregon 10-26-85 at (3) TCU* 11-13-10 North Texas State 11-24-73 at Long Beach State* 11-25-72 vs. Navy (PB) 12-23-10 at San Jose State* 11-3-73 Navy 9-5-97 at Hawai’i* 10-1-83 Bowling Green 10-21-72 at Fresno State* 11-1-69 at Long Beach State* 10-8-66 Texas-El Paso* 11-24-90 North Dakota State 11-5-66 at (21) California 9-11-93 at San Jose State* 11-3-73 Arizona State 9-14-02 at Fresno State 8-29-02 New Mexico* 11-4-89 New Mexico* 10-16-82 Hawai’i* 11-10-90 Cal Poly Pomona 10-23-65 (25) Utah* 11-20-10 UNLV* 11-25-00 at Colorado State* 11-1-86 Oregon State 9-8-72 (16) Wyoming* 11-7-96 Texas-El Paso 10-15-77 Akron 9-25-65 UNLV* 10-26-02 Tampa 9-21-74 Iowa State 11-27-71 at New Mexico* 11-17-90 at California 9-18-82 Utah State 11-30-74 at UCSB 10-24-64 (25) UCLA 9-30-93 UCSB* 11-14-70 Brigham Young* 10-17-09 Iowa State 12-1-73 (24) Colorado State* 10-28-00 SFVS* 11-14-64 UCLA 9-28-02 Fresno State* 11-23-96 at Wyoming* 10-30-10 at (20) Hawai’i* 10-7-89 at Idaho 9-19-09 at Wyoming* 10-22-94 Colorado State* 10-20-84 Southern Utah 9-12-09 at Hawai’i 12-3-05 at Utah* 10-15-05 New Mexico* 11-4-89 at Utah* 9-30-89 Long Beach State 10-14-89 Oklahoma State 11-27-82 at Hawai’i* 11-6-82 Arizona State 10-26-57 at Utah* 11-10-01 at California 9-14-96 Arizona 11-20-71 at Weber State 9-24-66 at UCLA 9-5-09 Wyoming* 10-25-03 Minnesota 9-25-93 UCSB* 10-25-69 (9) Utah* 10-30-04 Brigham Young* 11-2-02 Air Force* 11-18-00 CS Los Angeles* 10-14-67 Eastern Illinois 10-6-01 Cal State Fullerton 9-23-89 Wyoming* 11-12-83 Hawai’i* 11-18-95 Montana State 9-28-68 Long Beach State 10-24-87 Southern Mississippi 10-10-70 Wyoming* 11-7-81 at Pacific 11-5-77

134 Jeff Baker 138. Jeff Webb 133 133 J.R. Tolver Dennis Arey 133 Vollon Dixon 133 Tim Delaney 133 143. Jeff Webb 132 132 Darnay Scott Vince Warren 132 132 Tim Boyer Tim Delaney 132 Tom Nettles 132 149. DeAndre Maxwell 131 131 Patrick Rowe 131 Jim Sandusky 152. Ken Burrow 130 Haven Moses 130 Mario Mendez 130 155. Jeff Webb 129 Jeff Webb 129 129 Derrick Lewis 129 J.R. Tolver Vince Warren 129 Haven Moses 129 161. DeMarco Sampson 128 Will Blackwell 128 128 Darold Nogle Tom Reynolds 128 165. DeMarco Sampson 127 J.R. Tolver 127 Ken Burrow 127 168. Kassim Osgood 126 J.R. Tolver 126 Vince Warren 126 Jim Beatrow 126 Gary Garrison 126 173. Robert Ortiz 125 Neal Petties 125 175. Tom Nettles 124 Haven Moses 124 177. Vincent Brown 123 Kassim Osgood 123 Leandrew Childs 123 Az Hakim 123 Kenny Moore 123 Tim Thorn 123 Byron Olander 123 184. Darnay Scott 122 Webster Slaughter 122 Darius Durham 122 Dwight McDonald 122 188. Derrick Lewis 121 Webster Slaughter 121 Ronnie Smith 121 191. Az Hakim 120 Az Hakim 120 Patrick Rowe 120 Darius Durham 120 Don Warren 120 Ken Burrow 120 Gary Garrison 120 198. Vincent Brown 119 Chaz Schilens 119 Will Blackwell 119 Chris Hardy 119 Marv Owens 119 Tim Delaney 119 204. Dennis Arey 117 Jimmy Raye 117 Robert Claiborne 117 Bobby Taylor 117 Ken Burrow 117 209. Marshall Faulk 116 Patrick Rowe 116 Webster Slaughter 116 Gary Garrison 116 213. Jeff Webb 115 Jim Sandusky 115 Tim Delaney 115 Ken Burrow 115 217. Webster Slaughter 114 Nate Fergerson 114 Haven Moses 114 220. Darnay Scott 113 Patrick Rowe 113 Webster Slaughter 113 Steve Stapler 113 Byron Olander 113 Gary Garrison 113 226. Merton Harris 112

Brigham Young 10-3-70 San Jose State 9-24-05 at Wyoming* 10-19-02 at (4) BYU* 11-22-90 Arizona 11-8-75 Pacific* 11-8-69 New Mexico* 10-22-05 (23) Hawai’i* 11-14-92 at Hawai’i* 10-27-84 Bowling Green 10-21-72 at Pacific* 11-7-70 Utah State 11-30-68 San Jose State 10-21-95 at New Mexico* 11-17-90 at Colorado State* 10-15-83 Iowa State 11-28-70 North Dakota State 11-5-66 at CS Los Angeles10-19-63 Brigham Young* 10-1-05 Colorado State* 10-16-04 at Brigham Young* 10-21-00 at Wyoming* 10-7-00 New Mexico* 11-25-85 Fresno State* 10-29-66 UNLV* 11-27-10 Hawai’i* 10-29-94 (13) Houston 10-6-73 UCSB* 10-25-69 at New Mexico 10-23-10 Air Force* 9-29-01 at Northern Illinois 9-12-70 at Hawai’i 12-7-02 at Air Force* 11-23-02 UCLA 9-9-84 Colorado State* 11-10-82 Pacific 9-18-65 at (17) Michigan 9-18-04 UC Santa Barbara 10-26-63 CS Los Angeles 10-19-68 Montana State 11-18-67 at Air Force* 9-26-09 at Air Force* 11-23-02 at San Jose State* 11-2-96 at Hawai’i* 11-18-95 Oregon 10-26-85 San Jose State* 10-19-74 North Texas 11-22-69 New Mexico* 10-23-93 New Mexico* 11-17-84 vs. Air Force* 11-29-81 at Arizona 11-14-74 at Kansas 9-25-99 Stanford 10-5-85 (13) Florida State 11-19-77 Oklahoma 9-21-96 at Texas-El Paso* 10-28-95 Utah* 11-3-90 (12) Iowa State 10-10-81 at Long Beach State* 10-28-78 Fresno State* 10-31-70 at Cal Poly Pomona 9-19-64 UNLV* 11-22-08 at Hawai’i 12-3-05 Nevada 9-28-95 Air Force* 10-25-86 at San Jose State* 11-6-71 Texas Southern 10-12-68 Long Beach State 9-15-90 Pacific 10-21-89 at Utah* 9-30-89 at Wyoming* 10-25-80 Long Beach State*10-20-70 Brigham Young* 11-16-91 at (4) BYU* 9-22-90 at (12) UCLA 9-21-85 at San Jose State 11-18-64 Wyoming* 11-19-05 Long Beach State 8-10-83 Long Beach State*11-20-70 at UT-Arlington 10-18-69 Long Beach State 9-14-85 Long Beach State*10-26-74 Utah State 11-25-67 at Utah* 10-30-93 Colorado State* 9-11-91 at Wyoming* 11-9-85 at Missouri 9-8-79 UCSB* 10-25-69 at Northern Arizona 11-20-65 Wyoming* 11-2-91


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Patrick Rowe 112 Kerry Reed-Martin 112 Craig Scoggins 112 David Turner 112 Ken Burrow 112 Brett Swain 111 Jeff Baker 111 Nathaniel Jacquet 110 Will Blackwell 110 Jimmy Raye 110 Webster Slaughter 110 Mekell Wesley 109 Damon Gourdine 109 Jim Sandusky 109 Jim Beatrow 109 Bull Williams 109 109 Bobby Taylor Darold Nogle 109 Brett Swain 108 108 Az Hakim Kenny Moore 108 Jeff Webb 107 Az Hakim 107 DeAndre Maxwell 107 107 Lonnie Moore Bobby Taylor 107 Duke Fergerson 107 DeMarco Sampson 106 Roberto Wallace 106 106 Chaz Schilens Jesus Reyes 106 Greg Moses 106 Az Hakim 106 Monty Gilbreath 106 Ronnie Smith 106 Derrick Lewis 105 Darnay Scott 105 Dennis Arey 105 Kerry Reed-Martin 105 Dennis Pearson 105 Dwight McDonald 105 105 Tom Nettles Haven Moses 105 Dennis Arey 104 Dwight McDonald 104 Volney Quinlan 104 Az Hakim 103 Monty Gilbreath 103 Steve Stapler 103 Gary Garrison 103 Patrick Rowe 102 Patrick Rowe 102 Dennis Arey 102 Monty Gilbreath 102 Vince Warren 102 Jim Sandusky 102 Phil Smith 102 Steve Stapler 102 Roger Clark 102 Vincent Brown 101 Jeff Webb 101 Lonnie Mitchell 101 Will Blackwell 101 Curtis Shearer 101 Patrick Rowe 101 Dennis Arey 101 Kerry Reed-Martin 101 Jim Sandusky 101 Dennis Pearson 101 Tim Delaney 101 Craig Scoggins 101 Craig Scoggins 101 Darnay Scott 100 Don Roberts 100 Vollon Dixon 100 Byron Olander 100

Air Force* 9-29-90 Colorado State* 11-14-87 at CS Los Angeles10-16-65 Long Beach State 11-12-77 Brigham Young 10-3-70 at Colorado State* 10-6-07 Iowa State 11-28-70 Fresno State* 11-23-96 Colorado State* 11-25-95 at New Mexico* 11-17-90 Utah* 10-19-85 Idaho 9-27-08 Texas-El Paso* 11-21-98 Wyoming* 11-12-83 at Colorado State* 11-12-81 (12) Iowa State 10-10-81 Miami (Fla.) 10-13-79 New Mexico State 10-13-73 New Mexico 11-25-06 at (3) Washington 9-13-97 at New Mexico* 9-27-86 at (17) Michigan 9-18-04 at Wisconsin 9-10-97 at Minnesota 9-17-94 UNLV 11-10-80 (12) Missouri 9-27-80 New Mexico State 10-18-75 (23) Air Force* 10-16-10 at UNLV* 11-28-09 (21) BYU* 12-1-07 San Jose State* 11-8-97 Iowa St. 12-1-73 Nevada 9-28-95 Wyoming* 10-8-88 at San Jose State 11-26-77 Wyoming* 11-27-99 at Brigham Young* 9-10-92 Texas-El Paso* 11-24-90 Stanford 10-17-87 at Fresno State 10-8-77 Tampa 9-21-74 Texas Southern 10-12-68 Cal Poly SLO* 9-30-67 Air Force* 9-29-90 New Mexico State 11-16-74 Arizona State 10-20-51 San Jose State 10-21-95 Cal State Fullerton 9-23-89 Utah* 12-2-78 Cal Western 11-21-64 at Texas-El Paso* 10-19-91 (2) Miami (Fla.) 12-1-90 Utah* 11-3-90 New Mexico* 11-21-87 Texas-El Paso* 11-16-85 California 9-10-83 Oklahoma State 11-27-82 at Colorado State* 10-20-79 UC Santa Barbara 10-26-63 at Brigham Young* 10-9-10 Nevada 9-25-04 at Utah* 10-23-99 (16) Wyoming* 11-7-96 at Colorado State* 10-31-92 at Utah* 10-26-91 (2) Miami (Fla.) 12-1-90 at Brigham Young* 11-7-87 at New Mexico* 11-19-83 Cal State Fullerton 9-10-77 CS Los Angeles* 9-26-70 at CS Northridge* 11-13-65 Cal Poly SLO* 10-2-65 at New Mexico* 10-3-92 vs. Air Force* 11-29-81 at San Jose State*11-15-75 Pacific* 11-8-69

MULTIPLE 100-YARD RECEIvING GAMES 

45 times, SDSU is 29-13-3 when multiple players have 100 yards or more receiving Date Opponent No. Yds. TDs 10-26-63 UC Santa Barbara (W, 42-14) Neal Petties 6 125 1 Roger Clark 5 102 2 11-5-66 North Dakota State (W, 36-0) Craig Scoggins 9 161 0 Haven Moses 6 130 1

11-26-66 Cal State Los Angeles* (W, 39-12) 15 239 Craig Scoggins 9 193 Haven Moses 10-12-68 Texas Southern (W, 42-23) Tim Delaney 9 119 4 105 Tom Nettles 10-25-69 UC Santa Barbara* (W, 55-13) Ken Burrow 7 139 Tom Reynolds 6 128 7 113 Byron Olander 11-8-69 Pacific* (W, 58-32) Tom Reynolds 11 178 Tim Delaney 8 133 7 100 Byron Olander 11-22-69 North Texas State (W, 42-24) Tim Delaney 12 183 Byron Olander 7 123 10-3-70 Brigham Young (W, 31-11) 4 134 Jeff Baker Ken Burrow 5 112 11-28-70 Iowa State (L, 22-28) 6 130 Ken Burrow 4 111 Jeff Baker 10-21-72 Bowling Green (W, 35-19) Isaac Curtis 5 162 7 132 Tim Boyer 11-3-73 at San Jose State* (T, 27-27) Keith Denson 8 164 8 160 Darold Nogle 12-1-73 Iowa State (W, 41-28) Keith Denson 6 147 Greg Moses 5 106 9-21-74 Tampa (W, 28-25) Nate Fergerson 4 151 Dwight McDonald 5 105 10-10-81 (12) Iowa State (W, 52-31) Darius Durham 6 120 Bull Williams 8 109 11-29-81 vs. Air Force* (L, 16-21) Darius Durham 6 122 Don Roberts 11 100 11-27-82 Oklahoma State (W, 35-6) Phil Smith 5 102 Clinton Sampson 4 141 11-12-83 Wyoming* (L, 21-33) Vince Warren 7 137 Jim Sandusky 4 109 10-26-85 Oregon (L, 37-49) Webster Slaughter 15 168 Kenny Moore 6 123 9-23-89 Cal State Fullerton (T, 41-41) Robert Claiborne 6 137 Monty Gilbreath 7 103 9-30-89 at Utah* (W, 38-27) Monty Gilbreath 7 142 Robert Claiborne 9 117 11-4-89 New Mexico* (W, 45-28) Robert Claiborne 7 157 Jimmy Raye 8 142 9-29-90 Air Force* (W, 48-18) Patrick Rowe 5 112 Dennis Arey 4 104 10-6-90 at Wyoming* (L, 51-52) Patrick Rowe 10 174 Dennis Arey 8 171 11-3-90 Utah* (W, 66-14) Patrick Rowe 7 120 Dennis Arey 7 102 11-10-90 Hawai’i* (W, 44-38) Jimmy Raye 10 209 Patrick Rowe 6 155 11-17-90 at New Mexico* (W, 40-34) Dennis Arey 8 150 Patrick Rowe 6 131 Jimmy Raye 8 110 11-24-90 Texas-El Paso* (W, 53-31) Patrick Rowe 7 161 Dennis Arey 8 105 12-1-90 (2) Miami (L, 28-30) Patrick Rowe 9 102 Dennis Arey 7 101 11-16-91 Brigham Young* (T, 52-52) Darnay Scott 8 243

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Marshall Faulk 6 Nevada (W, 30-27) 8 Will Blackwell Az Hakim 5 San Jose State (W, 49-20) 5 DeAndre Maxwell 3 Az Hakim at Hawai’i* (W, 49-10) Will Blackwell 7 4 Az Hakim at California (L, 37-42) Will Blackwell 11 Az Hakim 6 (16) Wyoming* (W, 28-24) 11 Leandrew Childs Will Blackwell 8 Fresno State* (W, 31-21) 8 Will Blackwell 5 Nathaniel Jacquet Navy (W, 45-31) Az Hakim 6 6 Taj Johnson Arizona State (L, 28-39) J.R. Tolver 12 Kassim Osgood 10 at Idaho (L, 38-48) J.R. Tolver 14 Kassim Osgood 6 at Air Force* (W, 38-34) J.R. Tolver 13 Kassim Osgood 12 at Hawai’i (L, 40-41) 18 J.R. Tolver Kassim Osgood 5 at (17) Michigan (L, 21-24) Robert Ortiz 7 Jeff Webb 11 at Hawai’i (L, 38-49) Jeff Webb 13 Chaz Schilens 8 Idaho (W, 45-17) Vincent Brown 8 Mekell Wesley 6 at Wyoming (W, 48-38) DeMarco Sampson 7 Vincent Brown 5 (25) Utah (L, 34-38) Vincent Brown 8 DeMarco Sampson 12

CONSECUTIvE 100-YARD  RECEIvING GAMES  Date Opponent No. Patrick Rowe - 9 9-22-90 at (4) Brigham Young* 6 9-29-90 Air Force* 5 10-6-90 at Wyoming* 10 10-13-90 at UCLA 11 11-3-90 Utah* 7 11-10-90 Hawai’i* 6 11-17-90 at New Mexico* 6 11-24-90 Texas-El Paso* 7 12-1-90 (2) Miami 9 Gary Garrison - 7 10-24-64 at UC Santa Barbara 9 10-31-64 Fresno State* 11 11-14-64 San Fernando Valley State* 7 11-21-64 Cal Western 14 11-28-64 at San Jose State 6 9-18-65 Pacific 10 9-25-65 Akron 10 Vincent Brown - 5 11-22-08 UNLV* 8 9-5-09 at UCLA 5 9-12-09 Southern Utah 6 9-19-09 at Idaho 13 9-26-09 at Air Force* 10 Tim Delaney - 5 11-1-69 at Fresno State* 10 11-8-69 Pacific* 8 11-15-69 New Mexico State 16 11-22-69 North Texas State 12

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145 110

1 0

172 163

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1 1

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3 1

126 123

0 1

283 126

2 1

125 107

1 1

142 119

2 1

183 109

3 0

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Yds. TDs 116 112 174 224 120 155 131 161 102

1 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0

149 289 146 103 116 126 152

1 4 2 1 1 2 1

119 139 142 143 123

0 1 1 1 2

162 133 275 183

1 3 6 1

11-29-69 Long Beach State* Kassim Osgood - 4 at (17) Colorado 9-7-02 9-14-02 Arizona State 9-21-02 at Idaho 9-28-02 UCLA Darnay Scott - 4 9-11-93 at California 9-18-93 at Air Force* 9-25-93 Minnesota 9-30-93 UCLA Dennis Arey - 4 9-15-90 Long Beach State 9-22-90 at (4) Brigham Young* 9-29-90 Air Force* 10-6-90 at Wyoming* DeMarco Sampson - 3 10-16-10 (25) Air Force* 10-23-10 at New Mexico* 10-30-10 at Wyoming* Chaz Schilens - 3 11-17-07 at Air Force* 11-24-07 TCU* 12-1-07 (21) Brigham Young* Kassim Osgood - 3 11-15-02 Colorado State* 11-23-02 at Air Force* 12-7-02 at Hawai’i Az Hakim - 3 9-5-97 Navy 9-13-97 at Washington 9-20-97 at Wisconsin Will Blackwell - 3 11-7-96 Wyoming* 11-16-96 at UNLV* 11-23-96 Fresno State* Az Hakim - 3 9-7-96 Idaho 9-14-96 at California 9-21-96 Oklahoma Dennis Arey - 3 11-17-90 at New Mexico* 11-24-90 Texas-El Paso* 12-1-90 (2) Miami Robert Claiborne - 3 9-23-89 Cal State Fullerton 9-30-89 at Utah* 10-7-89 at (20) Hawai’i* Jim Sandusky - 3 10-1-83 at Hawai’i* 10-8-83 Long Beach State 10-15-83 at Colorado State* Dwight McDonald - 3 11-16-74 New Mexico State 11-23-74 Bowling Green 11-30-74 Utah State Tom Reynolds - 3 11-20-71 Arizona 11-27-71 Iowa State 12-4-71 North Texas State Tom Nettles - 3 9-28-68 at Montana State 10-12-68 Texas Southern 10-19-68 Cal State Los Angeles

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160 217 139 148

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4 11 4 8

117 133 104 171

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4 7 7

106 127 175

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8 6 8

215 174 106

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10 12 5

170 123 126

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6 7 10

172 108 107

2 0 1

8 12 8

101 196 145

0 1 1

6 6 6

174 140 120

1 0 3

8 8 7

150 105 101

0 0 1

6 9 7

137 117 144

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8 11 5

162 115 131

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7 11 11

104 173 150

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9 10 9

140 151 172

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1,000-YARD RECEIvING SEASONS  Jim Allison, 1964 Date Opponent Game-By-Game Unavailable

Gary Garrison, 1964 Date Opponent S.19 at Cal Poly (Pomona) S.26 San Francisco State O.3 at Cal Poly (SLO)* O.10 at Long Beach State* O.17 Cal State Los Angeles* O.24 UC Santa Barbara O.31 Fresno State* N.14 San Fernando VS* (1K) N.21 Cal Western University N.28 at San Jose State TOTALS (10 games)

Sr. Att. Yds. TD

Att. 8 5 9 2 7 9 11 7 14 6 78

Jr. Yds. TD 120 1 55 0 169 3 43 1 82 0 149 2 289 4 146 2 103 1 116 1 1272 15

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RECORDS/RECEIVING cont. Haven Moses, 1966 Date Opponent Att. S.17 Mexico Polytechnic 4 S.24 at Weber State 4 O.1 at Cal Poly (SLO)* 6 7 O.8 at Long Beach State* O.19 at San Jose State 6 O.29 Fresno State* 5 N.5 North Dakota State 6 N.12 San Fernando Valley State* 6 N.19 Northern Arizona 4 N.26 Cal State Los Angeles* (1K) 9 TOTALS (10 games) 57 5 D.10 vs. Montana State (CB) TOTALS (11 games) 62

Jr. Yds. TD 184 3 84 0 60 0 162 0 80 2 129 0 130 1 85 0 43 0 193 2 1150 8 56 2 1206 10

Craig Scoggins, 1966 Date Opponent No. 3 S.17 Mexico Polytechnic S.24 at Weber State 10 O.1 at Cal Poly (SLO)* 11 9 O.8 at Long Beach State* 2 O.19 at San Jose State O.29 Fresno State* 4 N.5 North Dakota State 9 N.12 San Fernando Valley State* 8 N.19 Northern Arizona 9 N.26 Cal State Los Angeles*(1K)15 TOTALS (10 games) 80 D.10 vs. Montana State (CB) 5 TOTALS (11 games) 85

Sr. Yds. TD 92 1 140 2 91 0 124 1 25 0 65 1 161 0 73 1 192 0 239 2 1202 8 99 0 1301 8

Tom Nettles, 1968 Date Opponent No. S.14 Texas-Arlington 4 S.20 Northern Illinois 6 S.28 at Montana State 6 O.12 Texas Southern 4 O.19 Cal State Los Angeles 5 O.26 San Jose State 5 N.2 Fresno State 9 N.9 Southern Mississippi (1K) 11 N.23 Tennessee State 5 N.30 Utah State 7 TOTALS (10 games) 62

Sr. Yds. TD 39 0 10 2 136 1 105 0 124 1 52 2 175 3 362 4 92 1 132 0 1227 14

Tim Delaney, 1969 Date Opponent S.27 Cal State Los Angeles* O.4 at San Jose State* O.11 at West Texas State O.18 at Texas-Arlington O.25 UC Santa Barbara* N.1 at Fresno State* N.8 Pacific* N.15 New Mexico State N.22 North Texas State (1K) N.29 Long Beach State* TOTALS (10 games) D.6 vs. Boston (PB) TOTALS (11 games)

No. 8 6 6 2 4 10 8 16 12 13 85 4 89

Jr. Yds. TD 94 0 73 1 79 0 29 0 28 0 162 1 133 3 275 6 183 1 203 2 1259 14 41 0 1300 14

Tom Reynolds, 1971 Date Opponent S.25 at Southern Mississippi O.2 Northern Illinois O.9 Pacific* O.16 at UC Santa Barbara* O.22 Utah State O.30 at Fresno State* N.6 at San Jose State* N.13 Long Beach State* N.20 Arizona N.27 Iowa State D.4 North Texas State (1K) TOTALS (10 games)

Sr. No. Yds. TD 7 82 0 did not play 3 49 0 6 98 2 17 290 1 1 9 0 3 60 0 2 19 0 9 140 0 10 151 3 9 172 1 67 1070 7

Dwight McDonald, 1974 Date Opponent S.14 at Arizona S.21 Tampa S.28 at UTEP O.12 Fresno State*

Sr. No. Yds. TD 9 122 1 5 105 1 5 59 1 9 82 0

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O.19 San Jose State* O.26 Long Beach State* N.2 at North Texas State N.9 Pacific* N.16 New Mexico State N.23 Bowling Green (1K) N.30 Utah State TOTALS (11 games)

6 6 14 3 7 11 11 86

84 59 196 23 104 173 150 1157

0 0 0 0 1 1 2 7

Jim Sandusky, 1983 Date Opponent S.3 at Tulsa S.10 California S.17 at Utah* S.24 at UTEP* O.1 at Hawai’i* O.8 Long Beach State O.15 at Colorado State* O.22 Brigham Young* O.27 at UNLV N.12 Wyoming* (1K) N.19 at New Mexico* D.3 Air Force* TOTALS ( 12 games)

No. 5 4 3 5 8 11 5 11 3 4 7 3 69

Sr. Yds. TD 99 0 102 0 51 0 95 0 162 2 115 0 131 1 93 1 55 0 109 1 101 0 58 1 1171 6

Webster Slaughter, 1985 Date Opponent S.14 Long Beach State S.21 at UCLA S.28 Colorado State* O.5 Stanford O.12 at Brigham Young* O.19 Utah* O.26 Oregon N.2 at Air Force* N.9 at Wyoming* N.16 UTEP* N.23 New Mexico* (1K) N.30 at Hawai’i* TOTALS ( 12 games)

No. 5 13 2 4 6 7 15 4 8 2 13 3 82

Sr. Yds. TD 114 1 116 2 23 0 121 2 43 0 110 1 168 2 31 1 113 0 24 0 183 1 25 0 1071 10

Dennis Arey, 1990 Date Opponent S.8 at Oregon S.15 Long Beach State S.22 at Brigham Young* S.29 Air Force* O.6 at Wyoming* O.13 at UCLA N.3 Utah* N.10 Hawai’i* N.17 at New Mexico* N.24 UTEP* (1K) D.1 Miami TOTALS ( 11 games)

No. 4 4 11 4 8 5 7 2 8 8 7 68

Sr. Yds. TD 51 0 117 1 133 0 104 2 171 3 64 1 102 2 20 0 150 0 105 0 101 1 1118 10

Patrick Rowe, 1990 Date Opponent S.8 at Oregon S.15 Long Beach State S.22 at Brigham Young* S.29 Air Force* O.6 at Wyoming* O.13 at UCLA N.3 Utah* N.10 Hawai’i* N.17 at New Mexico* (1K) N.24 UTEP* D.1 Miami TOTALS ( 11 games)

No. 2 2 6 5 10 11 7 6 6 7 9 71

Jr. Yds. TD 42 1 55 0 116 1 112 1 174 1 224 1 120 2 155 0 131 0 161 1 102 0 1392 8

Darnay Scott, 1992 Date Opponent S.5 USC S.10 at Brigham Young* S.26 at UCLA O.3 at New Mexico* O.17 UTEP* O.24 Air Force* O.31 at Colorado State* N.7 at Wyoming* N.14 Hawai’i* N.21 Fresno State* (1K)

No. 7 7 1 7 12 6 5 3 7 7

So. Yds. TD 78 1 105 2 45 0 100 0 274 3 57 0 43 0 42 0 132 1 204 1

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6 70 68 1150

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Darnay Scott, 1993 Date Opponent S.4 Cal State Northridge S.11 at California S.18 at Air Force* S.25 Minnesota S.30 UCLA O.9 at Hawai’i* O.16 Colorado State* O.23 New Mexico* (1K) O.30 at Utah* N.11 Brigham Young* N.20 at Fresno State* N.27 Wyoming* TOTALS ( 11 games)

Jr. No. Yds. TD 7 91 0 7 160 2 11 217 2 9 139 2 8 148 1 4 93 1 5 68 0 7 122 1 9 113 1 did not play 5 91 0 3 20 0 75 1262 10

Will Blackwell, 1995 Date Opponent S.2 California S.9 at Oklahoma S.16 at Brigham Young* S.28 Nevada O.7 at Utah* O.14 Fresno State* O.21 San Jose State O.28 at UTEP* N.4 New Mexico* N.11 Wyoming* N.18 at Hawai’i* (1K) N.25 Colorado State* TOTALS (11 games)

So. No. Yds. TD 4 32 0 8 84 0 15 197 2 8 119 1 10 81 1 8 172 1 did not play 1 1 0 8 210 1 5 65 1 7 136 1 12 110 0 86 1207 8

Az Hakim, 1995 Date Opponent S.2 California S.9 at Oklahoma S.16 at Brigham Young* S.28 Nevada O.7 at Utah* O.14 Fresno State* O.21 San Jose State O.28 at UTEP* N.4 New Mexico* N.11 Wyoming* N.18 at Hawai’i* N.25 Colorado State* (1K) TOTALS (12 games)

No. 7 6 4 5 6 2 3 5 4 4 4 7 57

Will Blackwell, 1996 Date Opponent S.7 Idaho S.14 at California S.21 Oklahoma O.12 Hawai’i* O.19 at New Mexico* O.26 at Colorado State* N.2 at San Jose State* N.7 Wyoming* N.16 at UNLV* N.23 Fresno State* N.28 Air Force* (1K) TOTALS (9 games)

Jr. No. Yds. TD did not play 11 280 4 did not play 1 8 0 3 98 2 5 22 1 5 64 2 8 101 0 12 196 1 8 145 1 7 86 0 60 1000 11

Kassim Osgood, 2002 Date Opponent No. A.29 at Fresno State 9 S.7 at (17) Colorado 14 S.14 Arizona State 10 S.21 at Idaho 6 S.28 UCLA 10 O.12 Utah* 8 O.19 at Wyoming* 3 O.26 UNLV* 5 N.2 at Brigham Young* (1K) 12 N.9 at New Mexico* 4 N.15 (17) Colorado State* 10 N.23 at Air Force* 12 D.7 at Hawai’i 5 TOTALS (13 games) 108

So. Yds. TD 73 0 94 1 73 1 106 1 90 1 31 0 103 2 120 0 76 1 69 0 123 1 64 0 1022 8

Sr. Yds. TD 58 0 178 0 158 1 178 1 145 1 94 1 73 1 40 0 138 0 71 0 170 1 123 1 126 1 1552 8

J.R. Tolver, 2002 Date Opponent A.29 at Fresno State S.7 at (17) Colorado S.14 Arizona State S.21 at Idaho S.28 UCLA O.12 Utah* O.19 at Wyoming* (1K) O.26 UNLV* N.2 at Brigham Young* N.9 at New Mexico* N.15 (17) Colorado State* N.23 at Air Force* D.7 at Hawai’i TOTALS (13 games)

No. 10 8 12 14 3 16 7 9 4 4 10 13 18 128

Sr. Yds. TD 158 1 79 0 296 1 184 3 30 0 185 1 133 0 151 2 30 1 34 0 96 2 126 0 283 2 1785 13

Jeff Webb, 2005 Date Opponent S.3 UCLA S.10 at Air Force* S.17 at (9) Ohio State S.24 San Jose State O.1 Brigham Young* O.8 at UNLV* O.15 at Utah* O.22 New Mexico* O.29 (20) TCU* N.12 at Colorado State* N.19 Wyoming* D,3 at Hawai’i (1K) TOTALS (12 games)

No. 5 8 4 8 13 3 9 9 9 4 7 13 92

Sr. Yds. TD 71 1 91 0 18 0 133 1 129 0 25 0 142 2 132 2 50 1 61 1 115 0 142 2 1109 10

Vincent Brown, 2010 Date Opponent S.4 Nicholls State S.11 at New Mexico State S.18 at Missouri S.25 Utah State O.9 at Brigham Young* O.16 (23) Air Force* O.23 at New Mexico* O.30 at Wyoming* N.6 Colorado State* N.13 at (3) TCU* N.20 (25) Utah* (1K) N.27 UNLV* TOTALS (12 games) D.23 Navy (PB) TOTALS (13 games)

No. 5 5 5 5 6 3 7 5 3 4 8 5 61 8 69

Sr. Yds. TD 39 0 99 0 17 0 177 2 101 1 60 0 85 0 144 0 40 0 167 2 184 3 74 1 1187 9 165 1 1352 10

DeMarco Sampson, 2010 Date Opponent S.4 Nicholls State S.11 at New Mexico State S.18 at Missouri S.25 Utah State O.9 at Brigham Young* O.16 (23) Air Force* O.23 at New Mexico* O.30 at Wyoming* N.6 Colorado State* N.13 at (3) TCU* N.20 (25) Utah* (1K) N.27 UNLV* TOTALS (12 games) D.23 Navy (PB) TOTALS (13 games)

No. 7 4 6 2 4 4 7 7 2 4 12 6 65 2 67

Sr. Yds. TD 179 2 73 0 81 0 40 0 47 0 106 0 127 2 175 2 23 0 42 0 154 0 128 2 1175 8 45 0 1220 8


RECORDS

Total Offense Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game.

n Team

Records

Most Plays Game: 110, vs. North Texas State, 11/22/69 Season: 955, in 1991 (8-4-1)

Yards Per Game 1. 532.2, in 1969 (11-0) 2. 527.9, in 1990 (6-5) 3. 482.1, in 1995 (8-4) 4. 478.3, in 1991 (8-4-1) 5. 476.5, in 1996 (8-3) 6. 467.5, in 1989 (6-5-1) 7. 465.5, in 1993 (6-6) 8. 456.7 in 2010 (9-4) 9. 438.6, in 1987 (5-7) 10. 436.8, in 1985 (5-6-1)

Touchdowns 1. 61, in 1969 (11-0) 2. 58, in 2010 (9-4) 3. 57, in 1990 (6-5) 4. 51, in 1996 (8-3) 51, in 1995 (8-4) 51, in 1993 (8-4) 7. 47, in 1965 (8-2) 47, in 1951 (10-0-1) 9. 46, in 1987 (5-7) 46, in 1968 (9-0-1)

Fewest Plays Game: 41, at TCU*, 10/4/08, vs. Wyoming*, 11/4/06 and at (9) Ohio State, 9/17/05 Season: 418, in 1959 (1-6-1); record since 1963

n Individual

Most Yards Game: 769, vs. New Mexico State, 11/15/69 Season: 5,937, in 2010 (9-4)

Most Plays Game: 70, Todd Santos vs. Stanford, 10/17/87 Season: 584, Matt Kofler, 1981 Career: 1,722, Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87

Fewest Yards Game: 85, at TCU*, 10/4/08 Season: 1,397, in 1960 (1-6-1)

Most Yards Game: 528, David Lowery vs. BYU*, 11/16/91 and Dan McGwire at New Mexico*, 10/17/87 Season: 3,7,99, Ryan Lindley, 2010 Career: 10,513, Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87

Most Yards Per Game Season: 527.9, in 1990 (6-5)

Touchdowns Responsible For Game: 9, Dennis Shaw vs. New Mexico State, 11/15/69 Season: 45, Dennis Shaw, 1969 Career: 71, Todd Santos, 1984-85-86-87

Fewest Yards Per Game Season: 139.7, in 1960 (6-5) Most Yards Per Play Season: 6.86, in 2010 (9-4)

MOST YARDAGE Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

7. 8. 9. 10.

Opponent (Plays) Date New Mexico State (81), Nov. 15, 1969 Mexico Polytechnic (56), Sept. 17, 1966 Pacific (99), Sept. 14, 1991 Brigham Young* (79), Nov. 16, 1991 Texas-El Paso* (95), Nov. 24, 1990 at New Mexico* (95), Nov. 17, 1990 Long Beach State (84), Oct. 24, 1987 (23) Hawai’i* (83), Nov. 14, 1992 at UNLV* (76), Nov. 16, 1996 at Utah* (86), Sept. 30, 1989

MOST OFFENSIvE PLAYS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Opponent (Yards) Date North Texas State (634), Nov. 22, 1969 Texas-El Paso* (492), Nov. 17, 1979 at (4) Brigham Young* (496), Sept. 22, 1990 Pacific (699), Sept. 14, 1991 North Texas State (417), Dec. 4, 1971 6. at (1) Miami (427), Nov. 30, 1991 at Long Beach State (524), Oct. 28, 1978 8. (25) UCLA (380), Sept. 30, 1993 at Wyoming* (530), Nov. 9, 1985 (19) at Iowa State (496), Sept. 16, 1978

Yards 769 730 699 695 688 688 676 675 670 659

Plays 110 102 101 99 99 97 97 96 96 96

SINGLE-SEASON HIGHS Attempts 1. 955, in 1991 (8-4-1) 2. 954, in 2002 (4-9) 3. 951, in 1989 (6-5-1) 4. 927, in 1990 (6-5) 5. 924, in 1987 (5-7) 6. 914, in 1993 (8-4) 7. 883, in 1995 (8-4) 8. 881, in 1970 (9-2) 9. 870, in 1980 (4-8) 10. 866, in 1982 (7-5)

Records

Yards 1. 5,937 in 2010 (9-4) 2. 5,798, in 1990 (6-5) 3. 5,785, in 1995 (8-4) 4. 5,739, in 1991 (8-4-1) 5. 5,610, in 1989 (6-5-1) 6. 5,586, in 1993 (6-6) 7. 5,322, in 1969 (11-0) 8. 5,263, in 1987 (5-7) 9. 5,250, in 2002 (4-9) 10. 5,242, in 1985 (5-6-1)

Games with 100 Yards Passing and 100 Yards Rushing Career: 1, Kevin O’Connell at BYU*, 11/6/04 (229 passing, 101 rushing) and 1, Joe Turpin vs. Cal Poly SLO, 9/30/67 (102 passing, 116 rushing)

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

Player, Season Ryan Lindley, 2010 Todd Santos, 1987 Dan McGwire, 1990 Matt Kofler, 1981 Kevin O’Connell, 2007 Dan McGwire, 1989 Billy Blanton, 1995 Dennis Shaw, 1969 Billy Blanton, 1996 Adam Hall, 2002

SEASON PER GAME Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season Dan McGwire, 1990 Matt Kofler, 1981 Todd Santos, 1987 Ryan Lindley, 2010 Dennis Shaw, 1969

Yards 3,799 3,688 3,664 3,528 3,471 3,423 3,324 3,197 3,161 3,143

YPG 333.1 320.7 307.3 292.2 290.6

Dan McGwire, a first-team all-Western Athletic Conference pick in 1990, is the all-time Aztec leader in total offense in a season (333.1 ypg. in 1990) and in a career (308.1 ypg).

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

Player Todd Santos Ryan Lindley Kevin O’Connell Billy Blanton Dan McGwire David Lowery Brian Sipe Dennis Shaw Adam Hall Matt Kofler

Seasons 1984-85-86-87 2008-09-10 2004-05-06-07 1993-94-95-96 1989-90 1989-91-92-93 1969-70-71 1968-69 2001-02-03 1980-81

Rush -912 -224 1,312 -151 -397 -68 -333 47 -166 215

Rush TDs 1 2 19 1 3 4 1 14 1 14

Passing Pass TDs Total Off. 11,425 70 10,513 9,537 67 9,313 7,689 46 9,001 8,165 67 8,014 7,484 43 7,087 5,998 44 5,930 5,707 44 5,374 5,324 58 5,371 5,173 24 5,007 4,476 24 4,691

CAREER PER GAME

min. 15 att. per game Pl. Player, Seasons YPG 1. Dan McGwire, 1989-90 308.1 2. Dennis Shaw, #1968-69 268.6 3. Ryan Lindley, 2008-09-10 258.7 4. Billy Blanton, 1993-94-95-96 258.5 5. Tim Gutierrez, 1992-93-94 234.2 # - Shaw’s 1968 Division II season stats are included

n Single-Game TOTAL OFFENSE Pl. 1.

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

Player David Lowery Dan McGwire Dennis Shaw Ryan Lindley Matt Kofler Mark McKay Todd Santos Dan McGwire Adam Hall Adam Hall

Total Offense Leaders

Opponent, Date Rushing Passing vs. Brigham Young*, Nov. 16, 1991 -40 568 at New Mexico*, Nov. 17, 1990 -2 530 vs. Southern Mississippi, Nov. 9, 1968 2 524 vs. (25) Utah*, Nov. 20, 2010 -10 528 vs. (12) Iowa State, Oct. 10, 1981 73 444 at Hawai’i*, Nov. 6, 1982 -3 513 vs. Stanford, Oct. 17, 1987 -32 536 vs. Utah*, Sept. 30, 1989 -12 510 vs. Arizona State, Sept. 14, 2002 -19 516 at Idaho, Sept. 21, 2002 -10 506

Total 528 528 526 518 517 510 504 498 497 496

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RECORDS/TOTAL OFFENSE cont.

n Annual

Total Offense Leaders

Year Player Cl. NR CR Pass Rush Total TDR John Simcox Jr. 317 295 612 8 1947 1948 John Simcox Sr. 665 88 753 6 1949 Leon Parma Jr. 603 -30 573 9 Art Preston Jr. 0 780 780 7 1950 Jesse Thompson Sr. 1,304 -113 1,191 13 1951 1952 Norm Nygaard So. 0 1,016 1,016 9 1953 Norm Nygaard Jr. 0 889 889 12 Norm Nygaard Sr. 0 714 714 4 1954 1955 Don Magee So. 792 -155 637 4 1956 Claude Lewis Sr. 0 470 470 4 1957 Joe Duke So. 719 -3 716 5 Joe Duke Jr. 787 -122 665 7 1958 1959 Joe Duke Sr. 696 47 745 8 1960 Russ Boehmke So. 293 111 404 2 Wayne Sevier Jr. 463 319 782 13 1961 1962 Wayne Sevier Sr. 3 578 289 867 9 1963 Rod Dowhower Jr. 3 1,136 98 1,234 16 Rod Dowhower Sr. 1 1,728 6 1,734 27 1964 1965 Don Horn Jr. 1,688 -66 1,622 23 1966 Don Horn Sr. 2 2,234 -38 2,196 21 1967 Joe Turpen Jr. 495 284 779 11 1968 Dennis Shaw Jr. 2,139 35 2,174 27 Dennis Shaw Sr. 1 3,185 12 3,197 45 1969 1970 Brian Sipe Jr. 7 1 2,618 -196 2,422 23 1971 Brian Sipe Sr. 1 2,532 -204 2,328 17 1972 Bill Donckers Sr. 5 1,325 223 1,558 14 1973 Jesse Freitas Sr. 1 1 2,993 -92 2,901 23 1974 Craig Penrose Jr. 20 4 1,683 -78 1,605 12 1975 Craig Penrose Sr. 2 1 2,660 -191 2,469 15 1976 David Turner Jr. 16 982 998 7 1977 Joe Davis Sr. 2,260 -152 2,208 25 1978 Mark Halda So. 2,262 -99 2,163 14 1979 Mark Halda Jr. 1,684 -132 1,552 11 1980 Matt Kofler Jr. 1,139 24 1,163 10 1981 Matt Kofler Sr. 3,337 191 3,528 28 1982 Mark McKay Jr. 1,985 4 1,989 12 1983 Mark McKay Sr. 2,490 -185 2,305 15 1984 Todd Santos Fr. 2,063 -233 1,830 9 1985 Todd Santos So. 2,877 -111 2,766 21 1986 Todd Santos Jr. 2,553 -324 2,229 15 1987 Todd Santos Sr. 1 1 3,932 -244 3,688 26 1988 Brad Platt Sr. 1,466 -190 1,276 6 1989 Dan McGwire Jr. 3,651 -228 3,423 18 1990 Dan McGwire Sr. 3,833 -169 3,664 28 1991 David Lowery So. 2,575 15 2,590 22 1992 David Lowery Jr. 2,632 -71 2,561 21 1993 Tim Gutierrez Jr. 3,033 -209 2,824 24 1994 Tim Gutierrez Sr. 1,575 -76 1,499 11 1995 Billy Blanton Jr. 3,300 24 3,324 23 1996 Billy Blanton Sr. 3,221 -60 3,161 30 1997 Kevin McKechnie Sr. 1,449 -23 1,426 11 1998 Brian Russell So. 11 1,438 176 1,614 13 1999 Jack Hawley Jr. 3 1,942 90 2,032 16 2000 Lon Sheriff So. 50 4 2,163 -162 2,001 7 2001 Larry Ned Sr. 9 0 1,549 1,549 15 2002 Adam Hall Jr. 10 1 3,253 -110 3,143 17 2003 Adam Hall Sr. 5 1,320 -56 1,264 6 2004 Kevin O'Connell Fr. 69 5 1,328 347 1,675 10 2005 Kevin O’Connell So. 29 3 2,663 402 3,065 24 2006 Kevin O’Connell Jr. 635 155 790 5 2007 Kevin O’Connell Sr. 24 2 3,063 408 3,471 26 2008 Ryan Lindley Fr. 42 4 2,653 -62 2,591 17 2009 Ryan Lindley So. 39 3 3,054 -131 2,923 24 2010 Ryan Lindley Jr. 14 1 3,830 -31 3,799 28 NR - national ranking in total yards per game. CR - conference ranking in total yards per game. TDR - touchdowns responsible for (passing TDs + rushing TDs).

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n Division

Records

I Era Team

MOST FIRST DOWNS Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Opponent Date vs. Long Beach State 10/24/87 vs. New Mexico State 11/15/69 vs. UTEP* 11/24/90 9/27/86 at New Mexico* vs. North Texas 11/24/73 6. vs. Pacific 9/14/91 11/17/90 at New Mexico* at Long Beach State 10/28/78 9. vs. North Texas 11/22/69 10. at New Mexico* 10/3/92 at UTEP* 10/28/89 vs. Utah* 9/12/87 in a Mountain West Conference game vs. UNLV 11/27/10 against a nationally ranked opponent 11/14/92 vs. (23) Hawai’i at (19) Iowa State 9/16/78

HIGHEST YARDS PER RUSH Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Opponent vs. San Jose State vs. UTEP* vs. Pacific at Missouri vs. Hawai’i* vs. Colorado State* vs. Eastern Illinois vs. New Mexico State at UTEP* (16) Brigham Young*

Date 10/21/95 11/16/85 9/14/91 9/18/10 10/11/96 9/28/85 10/6/01 11/15/69 10/28/95 10/27/01

First Downs 37 36 35 35 35 34 34 34 33 32 32 32 30 30 30

YPR 9.36 8.53 7.96 7.58 7.48 7.23 7.12 7.10 7.07 6.95

HIGHEST PASSING COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Opponent vs. Pacific* vs. Utah* vs. Navy vs. UTEP vs. Navy vs. Cal State Fullerton

Date 11/11/72 9/12/87 9/3/94 8/31/06 9/5/97 10/23/76

Pct. 84.00 83.33 81.25 80.65 80.00 80.00

9/13/86 7. at Utah* 8. vs. Navy (PB) 12/23/10 9. vs. Hawai’i* 11/22/86 10. vs. Colorado State* 10/20/84 in a Mountain West Conference game vs. UNLV 11/11/06 against a nationally ranked opponent vs. (16) Wyoming 11/7/96

78.95 78.26 77.78 77.14 76.19 75.00

HIGHEST PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING Pl. Opponent Date 9/5/97 1. vs. Navy 2. vs. Stanford 10/5/85 3. at Kansas 9/25/99 4. Utah State 9/25/10 5. vs. Portland State 9/22/07 6. vs. New Mexico* 11/4/95 7. vs. Brigham Young* 11/16/91 8. vs. Cal State Fullerton* 10/4/75 9/3/94 9. vs. Navy 10. at Pacific 11/5/77 in a Mountain West Conference game UNLV* 11/27/10 against a nationally ranked opponent vs. (23) Hawai’i 11/14/92

MOST YARDS PER PLAY Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Opponent Date vs. San Jose State 10/21/95 vs. New Mexico State 11/15/69 vs. Navy 9/5/97 vs. Portland State 9/22/07 at UNLV* 11/16/96 vs. Brigham Young* 11/16/91 vs. Fresno State* 10/14/95 Nicholls State 9/4/10 vs. Navy (PB) 12/23/10 at Hawai’i 12/7/02 vs. UTEP* 11/16/85 in a Mountain West Conference game (25) Utah* 11/20/10 against a nationally ranked opponent (25) Utah* 11/20/10 vs. (13) Florida State 11/19/77

Rating 291.82 247.42 230.85 230.45 230.34 226.88 226.18 216.04 216.03 214.24 211.97 180.26

Yards/Play 9.98 9.49 8.92 8.90 8.82 8.80 8.75 8.70 8.67 8.54 8.54 7.83 7.83 7.83

Quarterback Todd Santos became the first player in San Diego State history, dating back to the 1947 campaign, to lead the Aztecs in total offense in four consecutive seasons.


RECORDS

All-Purpose Yardage Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game.

n Individual

SEASON PER GAME Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Records

Most Yards Season: 2,174, Marshall Faulk, 1993 Career: 5,562, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93

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

Player, Season (Plays) Marshall Faulk, 1993 (347) George Jones, 1995 (317) Jim Sandusky, 1983 (103) J.R. Tolver, 2002 (136) Webster Slaughter, 1985 (134) Marshall Faulk, 1992 (283) Patrick Rowe, 1990 (87) Larry Ned, 2001 (327) Darnay Scott, 1992 (93) David Turner, 1977 (273)

YPG 181.2 163.4 159.8 156.4 156.0

CAREER PER GAME (min. 15 games) Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 2. George Jones, 1995-96 3. David Turner, 1976-77 4. Darnay Scott, 1991-92-93 5. Paul Hewitt, 1987-88

Most Yards Per Play Season: 21.8, Derrick Lewis, 2000 Career: 19.6, Patrick Rowe, 1987-88-90-91

SEASON

Player, Season Marshall Faulk, 1993 George Jones, 1995 Marshall Faulk, 1992 Jim Sandusky, 1983 Patrick Rowe, 1990

Yards 2,174 1,961 1,877 1,830 1,812 1,758 1,716 1,687 1,669 1,669

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE/CAREER Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Player Marshall Faulk Darnay Scott Monty Gilbreath Vincent Brown Patrick Rowe Larry Ned Az Hakim J.R. Tolver Chris Hardy Art Preston Norm Nygaard

Seasons 1991-92-93 1991-92-93 1986-87-88-89 2007-08-09-10 1987-88-90-91 1998-99-00-01 1994-95-96-97 1999-00-01-02 1983-84-85-86 1949-50-51 1952-53-54

nr.

Ronnie Hillman

2010

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Rush 4,589 118 29 34 19 3,562 15 34 2,341 1,664 2,619

Rec. 973 3,139 2,241 3,110 2,678 343 2,622 3,572 616 N/A 92

1,532

68

KOR PR 33 0 1,399 2 1,543 795 767 46 1,243 0 0 0 999 68 66 5 685 -6 N/A N/A 457 37 0

0

YPG 179.4 156.1 151.3 141.2 111.9

n Single-Game Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Marshall Faulk Darnay Scott Darnay Scott Patrick Rowe Ron Slack Larry Ned George Jones Marshall Faulk Marshall Faulk J.R. Tolver

n Annual

All-Purpose Leaders

Opponent, Date vs. Pacific, Sept. 14, 1991 vs. UTEP*, Oct. 17, 1992 vs. Brigham Young*, Nov. 16, 1991 at UCLA, Oct. 13, 1990 vs. Long Beach State, Oct. 14, 1989 vs. Eastern Illinois, Oct. 6, 2001 vs. Fresno State*, Oct. 14, 1995 vs. (23) Hawai’i*, Nov. 14, 1992 at Brigham Young*, Sept. 10, 1992 vs. Arizona State, Sept. 14, 2002

Rush 386 0 0 0 197 285 270 300 299 -5

Rec. 11 274 243 224 57 34 36 3 3 296

Other 25 80 104 106 68 0 0 0 0 3

Total 422 354 347 330 322 319 306 303 302 294

All-Purpose Leaders

Year

Player

Cl.

1970

Tim Delaney

Sr.

NR

CR Rush

794

794

1971

Tom Reynolds

Sr.

1,070

1,070

1972

Tim Boyer

Jr.

1973

Keith Denson

Sr.

1974

Dwight McDonald

Sr.

1975

Duke Fergerson

Sr.

1976

David Turner

Jr.

982

72

1977

David Turner

Sr.

1252

417

1978

Steve Stapler

Jr.

-1

490

-21

Rec.

PR

KR

IR

464

91 324

879

922

339

1,240

127

1,012

1,157 -1

Yards

1,157

886

1,054 1,669 13 552

1,054

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 N/A 38

Total 5,595 4,658 4,608 3,957 3,940 3,905 3,704 3,677 3,636 3,463 3,243

1979

Tony Allen

Sr.

1094

170

1980

Bobby Taylor

Sr.

-23

656

1981

Phil Smith

Jr.

-2

476

1982

Phil Smith

Sr.

68

355

450

873

1983

Jim Sandusky

Sr.

-15 1,171

381 340

1,877

1984

Mike Waters

Sr.

234

399

1,337

1985

Webster Slaughter

Sr.

58 1,071

270 413

1986

Chris Hardy

Sr.

947

287

1,234

1987

Paul Hewitt

Jr.

1001

378

1,379

1988

Paul Hewitt

Sr.

1055

140

0

1,600

1989

Monty Gilbreath

Sr.

29

903

173 206

1,311

1990

Patrick Rowe

Jr.

-4 1,392

324

1,712

1991

Marshall Faulk

Fr.

3

1

1429

201

33

1,663

1992

Marshall Faulk

So.

3

1

1630

18

1993

Marshall Faulk

Jr.

1530

644

1994

Curtis Shearer

Sr.

9

737

1995

George Jones

Jr.

1842

119

1996

George Jones

Sr.

968

119

1997

Jonas Lewis

So.

1021

36

42

1998

Damon Gourdine

Jr.

294 539

1999

Larry Ned

Jr.

2000

Derrick Lewis

Jr.

75

2001

Larry Ned

Sr.

13

2002

J.R. Tolver

Sr.

24

1

2003

Lynell Hamilton

Fr.

47

2004

Brandon Bornes

Fr.

2005

Jeff Webb

Sr.

2006

Atiyyah Henderson

Fr.

2007

Brett Swain

Sr.

2008

Atiyyah Henderson

Jr.

490

228

2009

Vincent Brown

Jr.

10

778

5

1

10

1

704

17 26

4

26

649

9

894

161

4

20

782

2

1549

138

40 1,785

3

1087

100

9

578

27

1,264 633 553

764

78

3

973

1,812

1,195

1,758 2,174 630

1,376 1,961 1,087 1,099 1,508 1,055

56 296

1,154 1,687

5

1,830 1,187 294

12 1,109 10

1,027

899 1,121 842

88

973 718

33 220

1,041

2010

Paul Hewitt led San Diego State in all-purpose yardage for two straight years in 1987 and 1988. He rushed for more than 1,000 yards in both of those seasons.

Ronnie Hillman T-Fr. 42 1 1,532 68 1,600 NR - national ranking in yards per game. CR - conference ranking in yards per game. In some cases, SDSU had a player with a higher YPG average but the player listed as the annual leader is the individual with the most yards in the season.

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RECORDS

Scoring

Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game. ^ - Indicates Division I era record.

n Team

Utah* (2nd), Nov. 3, 1990 Utah* (1st), Sept. 12, 1987 Hawai’i* (1st), Nov. 22, 1986 (12) Iowa State (3rd), Oct. 10, 1981 New Mexico State (2nd), Nov. 16, 1974 New Mexico State (2nd), Nov. 15, 1969 Southern Mississippi (4th), Nov. 9, 1968

Records

Most Points Quarter: 31, Cal State Fullerton*, 10/4/75 Half: 49, vs. New Mexico State, 11/15/69 Game: 72, vs. UC Santa Barbara*, 11/21/53 Season: 464 in 1969 (11-0) Fewest Points Game: 0, many times, most recent at TCU*, 11/18/06 Season: 50, in 1942 (0-6-1) and 1921 (4-6) Most Points Per Game Season: 42.2, in 1969 (11-0) Fewest Points Per Game Season: 6.5, in 1955 (2-8)

Most Field Goals Game: 4, 7 times, most recent vs. Wyoming*, 1025-03 Season: 18, 2003 and 1990

Pl. Opponent (Quarter) Date 1. Cal State Fullerton* (1st), Oct. 4, 1975 2. Long Beach State (3rd), Sept. 8, 1991 Northern Illinois (3rd), Oct. 21, 1967 4. Fresno State* (4th), Nov. 26, 1994 Navy (2nd), Sept. 3, 1994 at New Mexico* (2nd), Nov. 17, 1990

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

Opponent, Date Santa Barbara College*, Nov. 21, 1953 California Christian, Oct. 1, 1927 New Mexico State, Nov. 15, 1969 Cal Poly SLO*, Oct. 5, 1963 Southern Mississippi, Nov. 9, 1968 Utah*, Nov. 3, 1990 UC Santa Barbara*, Nov. 14, 1970 Cal State Los Angeles*, Oct. 27, 1951 9. Cal State Fullerton*, Oct. 4, 1975 Cal Poly SLO*, Oct. 3, 1964

MOST POINTS/SEASON

Most Touchdowns Quarter: 4, 13 times, most recent vs. Fresno State, 11-26-94 Half: 7 vs. New Mexico State, 11-15-69 Game: 10 vs. New Mexico State, 11-15-69 Season: 66 in 1969 (11-0)

MOST POINTS/QUARTER

MOST POINTS/GAME

Points 31 30 30 28 28 28

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

Season (Record) 1969 (11-0) 1990 (6-5) 2010 (9-4) 1996 (8-3) 1964 (8-2) 1993 (6-6) 1991 (8-4-1) 1995 (8-4) 1968 (9-0-1) 1989 (6-5-1)

n Individual

28 28 28 28 28 28 28

Points 72 71 70 69 68 66 64 64 59 59

Points 464 459 455 428 423 413 403 401 377 368

Records

Most Points Game: 44, Marshall Faulk vs. Pacific, 9/14/91 Season: 144, Marshall Faulk, 1993 and Paul Hewitt, 1987 Career: 376, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93

Chris O’Brien owns the San Diego State record for highest field goal percentage in a season and in a career. O’Brien connected on 89.5 percent of his attempts in 1985 and finished his two-year career with an 87.5 success rate. Most Touchdowns Game: 7, Marshall Faulk vs. Pacific, 9/14/91 Season: 24, Marshall Faulk, 1993 and Paul Hewitt, 1987 Career: 62, Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93

Most Field Goals Game: 4, 7 times, most recent J.C. Mejia vs. Wyoming*, 10/25/03 Season: 18, J.C. Mejia, 2003 and Andy Trakas, 1990 Career: 56, Andy Trakas, 1989-90-91-92

Most Extra Points Game: 10, Al Limahelu vs. New Mexico State, 11/22/69 Season: 59, Al Limahelu, 1969 Career: 170, Andy Trakas, 1989-90-91-92

Most Field Goals Attempted Game: 5, 4 times, most recent J.C. Mejia vs. Wyoming*, 10/25/03 Season: 29, J.C. Mejia, 2003 Career: 82, Andy Trakas, 1989-90-91-92

Best Extra-Point Percentage Season: 100.0%, 13 times, most recent Garrett Palmer (20-20), 2006 Career: 100.0%, Marco Morales (50-50), 1982-83 and Steve Duncan (40-40), 1977-78

Highest Field Goal Percentage Season: .895 (17-19), Chris O’Brien, 1985 (min. 10 att.) Career: .875 (28-32), Chris O’Brien, 1984-85 (min. 25 att.)

Most Two-Point Conversions Season: 3, Mario Mendez, 1963 Career: 5, Mario Mendez, 1961-62-63

Most Consecutive Field Goals Made Career: 18, Chris O’Brien, 1984-85

SCORING/CAREER

Peter Holt ranks third in San Diego State history in career scoring with 302 points while wearing the Scarlet and Black from 1993-96.

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

Player Marshall Faulk Andy Trakas Peter Holt Garrett Palmer Nate Tandberg Larry Ned George Jones Paul Hewitt Art Preston Gary Garrison Kern Carson

nr. nr.

Ronnie Hillman Abelardo Perez

Most Kick Scoring Game: 16, 4 times, most recent Tommy Kirovski at Hawai’i, 12-7-02 Season: 107, Andy Trakas, 1990 Career: 338, Andy Trakas, 1989-90-91-92

Seasons 1991-92-93 1989-90-91-92 1993-94-95-96 2004-05-06-07 1997-98-99-00 1998-99-00-01 1995-96 1987-88 1949-50-51 1964-65 1961-62-63 2010 2010

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TD 62 0 0 0 0 36 34 34 32 29 29

FG PAT1 0-0 0-0 56-82 170-178 48-72 158-169 48-67 116-121 13-27 28-28 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

18 0

0-0 17-22

0-0 54-56

PAT2 S/DXP Points 1-2 0 376 0-0 0 338 0-0 0 302 0-0 0 260 0-0 0 239 0-0 0 216 1-2 0 206 0-0 0 204 0-0 0 192 0-2 0 174 0-0 0 174 0-0 0-0

0 0

108 105


RECORDS/SCORING cont.

n Most

Points

SEASON

Pl. Player, Season (How Scored) 1. Marshall Faulk, 1993 (24 TD) Paul Hewitt, 1987 (24 TD) 3. Marshall Faulk, 1991 (23 TD, 1 2XP) 4. George Jones, 1995 (23 TD) 5. Ronnie Hillman, 2010 (18 TD) Tom Reynolds, 1969 (18 TD) 7. Andy Trakas, 1990 (53 XP, 18 FG) 8. Abelardo Perez, 2010 (54 XP, 17 FG) 9. Jim Allison, 1964 (16 TD) 10. Marshall Faulk, 1992 (15 TD, 1 2XP)

n Most

Touchdowns

SEASON

Pl. Player, Season 1. Marshall Faulk, 1993 Paul Hewitt, 1987 3. George Jones, 1995 Marshall Faulk, 1991 5. Ronnie Hillman, 2010 Tom Reynolds, 1969 7. Jim Allison, 1964 8. Larry Ned, 2001 Marshall Faulk, 1992 10. J.R. Tolver, 2002 Ronnie Smith, 1977 Tom Nettles, 1968 Gary Garrison, 1965 Art Preston, 1951

CAREER

Points 144 144 140 138 108 108 107 105 98 92

Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Marshall Faulk, 1991-92-93 2. George Jones, 1995-96 Paul Hewitt, 1987-88 4. Will Blackwell, 1994-95-96 Darnay Scott, 1991-92-93 Casey Brown, 1982-83-84-85 Tom Reynolds, 1969-70-71

TDs 24 24 23 23 18 18 16 15 15 14 14 14 14 14

8. Vincent Brown, 2007-08-10 Chris Hardy, 1983-84-85-86 10. Az Hakim, 1994-95-96-97 --nr. Ronnie Hillman, 2010

n Most Pl. 1. 2. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player, Season Al Limahelu, 1969 Abelardo Perez, 2010 Andy Trakas, 1990 Peter Holt, 1993 Al Limahelu, 1970 Peter Holt, 1996 Peter Holt, 1995 Andy Trakas, 1991 8. Andy Trakas, 1992 Chris O’Brien, 1985 Benny Ricardo, 1973

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

18

PAT

SEASON

CAREER

23 23 22

Player, Seasons Andy Trakas, 1989-90-91-92 Peter Holt, 1993-94-95-96 Garrett Palmer, 2004-05-06-07 Al Limahelu, 1969-70 Nate Tandberg, 1997-98-99-00 Benny Ricardo, 1973-74 Chris O’Brien, 1984-85 Tyler Ackerson, 1987-88 Lane Yoshida, 2008-09 Steve LaPlant, 1975-76 --nr. Abelardo Perez, 2010

PAT 59 54 53 45 44 41 40 40 39 39 39

PAT 170 158 116 103 101 71 62 58 57 56 54

TDs 62 34 34 25 25 25 25

Garrett Palmer ended his San Diego State career ranked third all-time for most PATs with 116. He is one of just five place-kickers in Aztec history to nail 100 or more career pointafter attempts.

n Annual Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955

Scoring Leaders

Player Cl. NR CR TDs 1XP 2XP John Simcox Jr. 7 0 0 Dick Simmons Jr. 5 0 0 Jim Simmons Jr. 9 0 0 Art Preston Jr. 11 0 0 Art Preston Sr. 14 0 0 Norm Nygaard So. 9 0 0 Norm Nygaard Jr. 12 0 0 Verne Dodds Sr. 5 8 0 Braxton Pinkins So. 2 0 0 So. 2 0 0 Jim Pyles Hugh Simpson Sr. 2 0 0 Al Canizales Jr. 2 0 0 1956 Harold Jackson Jr. 7 0 0 1957 Cecil McGehee Jr. 3 0 0 So. 3 0 0 Al Silva 1958 Bob Ball So. 6 0 0 1959 Dick Morris Jr. 4 5 0 1960 Dick Morris Sr. 5 3 0 1961 Wayne Sevier Jr. 8 7 2 Kern Carson Jr. 1 12 0 0 1962 1963 Kern Carson Sr. 2 12 0 0 1964 Jim Allison Sr. 2 16 0 0 1965 Gary Garrison Sr. 14 0 0 1966 Craig Scoggins Sr. 1 8 19 0 1967 Dick Wood Jr. 0 32 0 Tom Nettles Sr. 14 0 0 1968 1969 Tom Reynolds Sr. 2 18 0 0 1970 Ken Burrow Sr. 2 12 0 1 1971 Adam Victoria Jr. 3 9 0 0 1972 Dennis Haughan Jr. 8 2 16 0 1973 Keith Denson Sr. 2 11 0 0 1974 Benny Ricardo Sr. 3 0 32 0 1975 Steve LaPlant Jr. 25 3 0 35 0 1976 Steve LaPlant Sr. 0 21 0 1977 Ronnie Smith Sr. 14 0 0 1978 Steven Duncan Sr. 0 23 0 1979 Tony Allen Sr. 10 0 0 1980 Matt Kofler Jr. 7 0 0 1981 Dave Meyer Jr. 0 31 0 1982 Marco Morales Jr. 0 34 0 1983 Jim Sandusky Sr. 8 0 0 1984 Casey Brown Jr. 10 0 0 1985 Chris O'Brien Sr. 0 39 0 1986 Chris Hardy Sr. 12 0 0 1987 Paul Hewitt Jr. 24 0 0 1988 Tyler Ackerson Sr. 0 20 0 1989 Andy Trakas Fr. 0 38 0 1990 Andy Trakas So. 5 1 0 53 0 1991 Marshall Faulk Fr. 1 1 23 0 1 1992 Marshall Faulk So. 3 1 15 0 1 1993 Marshall Faulk Jr. 2 1 24 0 0 1994 Wayne Pittman Sr. 13 0 0 1995 George Jones Jr. 2 1 23 0 0 1996 Peter Holt Sr. 0 41 0 1997 Nate Tandberg Fr. 0 28 0 1998 Nate Tandberg So. 0 24 0 1999 Nate Tandberg Jr. 4 0 31 0 2000 Nate Tandberg Sr. 9 0 18 0 2001 Larry Ned Sr. 26 4 15 0 0 2002 J.R. Tolver Sr. 78 6 14 0 2 2003 J.C. Mejia Sr. 87 7 0 20 0 2004 Garrett Palmer Fr. 7 0 26 0 2005 Garrett Palmer So. 6 0 36 0 2006 Garrett Palmer Jr. 0 20 0 2007 Garrett Palmer Sr. 10 0 34 0 2008 Lane Yoshida Jr. 18 0 27 0 2009 Lane Yoshida Sr. 11 0 30 0 2010 Ronnie Hillman T-Fr. 32 1 18 0 0 NR - national ranking in points per game. CR - conference ranking in points per game.

FGs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 10 13 12 0 15 0 0 7 14 0 0 17 0 0 14 16 18 0 0 0 0 0 15 13 8 13 12 0 0 18 12 15 8 13 8 10 0

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Pts. 42 30 54 66 84 54 72 38 12 12 12 12 42 18 18 36 32 33 59 72 72 96 84 73 44 84 108 74 54 46 66 62 74 57 84 68 60 42 52 76 48 60 90 72 144 62 86 107 140 92 144 78 138 86 67 48 70 54 90 86 74 62 81 44 73 51 60 108

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n Single-Game MOST POINTS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 6.

Player Marshall Faulk Tim Delaney George Jones George Jones Marshall Faulk Ronnie Hillman Ronnie Hillman Larry Ned Will Blackwell Marshall Faulk Marshall Faulk Paul Hewitt Marv Owens

Scoring Leaders

(Rk.) Opponent TD vs. Pacific, Sept. 14, 1991 7 vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 15, 1969 6 at New Mexico*, Oct. 19, 1996 5 vs. Fresno State*, Oct. 14, 1995 5 at Hawai’i*, Oct. 5, 1991 5 vs. Navy (PB), Dec. 2, 2010 4 at New Mexico State, Sept. 11, 2010 4 vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 17, 2001 4 at California, Sept. 14, 1996 4 at Hawai’i*, Oct. 19, 1993 4 vs. (20) Hawai’i*, Nov. 14, 1992 4 vs. Air Force*, Sept. 11, 1988 4 vs. Southern Mississippi, Oct. 10, 1970 4

FG 1XP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2XP S/DX 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 44 36 32 30 30 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

(Rk.) Opponent Rush Rec KOR vs. Pacific, Sept. 14, 1991 7 0 0 vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 15, 1969 0 6 0 at New Mexico*, Oct. 19, 1996 5 0 0 vs. Fresno State*, Oct. 14, 1995 5 0 0 at Hawai’i*, Oct. 5, 1991 5 0 0 vs. Navy (PB), Dec. 2, 2010 4 0 0 at New Mexico State, Sept. 11, 2010 4 0 0 vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 17, 2001 4 0 0 at California, Sept. 14, 1996 0 4 0 at Hawai’i*, Oct. 19, 1993 4 0 0 vs. (20) Hawai’i*, Nov. 14, 1992 4 0 0 vs. Air Force*, Sept. 11, 1988 4 0 0 vs. Southern Mississippi, Oct. 10, 1970 4 0 0

PR Def 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 7 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

MOST TOUCHDOWNS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 6.

Player Marshall Faulk Tim Delaney George Jones George Jones Marshall Faulk Ronnie Hillman Ronnie Hillman Larry Ned Will Blackwell Marshall Faulk Marshall Faulk Paul Hewitt Marv Owens

6.

Player (Rk.) (Rk.) Opponent, Date Al Limahelu vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 15, 1969 Andy Trakas vs. Utah*, Nov. 3, 1990 Peter Holt vs. Hawai’i*, Oct. 11, 1996 Steve LaPlant vs. Cal State Fullerton*, Oct. 4, 1975 Dave Meyer vs. Texas-El Paso*, Nov. 21, 1981 Garrett Palmer vs. Portland State, Sept. 22, 2007 Peter Holt at Hawai’i*, Nov. 18, 1995 Peter Holt vs. Navy, Sept. 3, 1994 Andy Trakas vs. Texas-El Paso*, Nov. 24, 1990 Andy Trakas at New Mexico*, Oct. 3, 1992 10 other occasions with

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE Pl. 1.

Player J.C. Mejia Tommy Kirovski Peter Holt Peter Holt Marco Morales Steve LaPlant Benny Ricardo

n Highest

PAT Percentage SEASON

MOST PAT Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Andy Trakas logged a pair of perfect seasons while kicking extra points for San Diego State. Trakas connected on all 53 attempts in 1990, which is the school record, and then hit all 39 point-after attempts in 1992.

(Rk.) Opponent, Date Made vs. Wyoming*, Oct. 25, 2003 4 at Hawai’i, Dec. 7, 2002 4 vs. Idaho, Sept. 7, 1996 4 vs. Minnesota, Sept. 25, 1993 4 vs. UNLV*, Sept. 25, 1982 4 at Oregon State, Sept. 13, 1975 4 at Texas-El Paso*, Sept. 28, 1974 4

PAT 10 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7

Missed 1 1 0 1 0 0 2

FGs 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Andy Trakas, 1990 Andy Trakas, 1992 Tyler Ackerson, 1989 Marco Morales, 1982 Peter Holt, 1994 Ed Corral, 1980 Nate Tandberg, 1997 Steve Duncan, 1978 Steve LaPlant, 1976 Garrett Palmer, 2006 Nate Tandberg, 2000 Steve Duncan, 1977 Marco Morales, 1983

CAREER

Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Marco Morales, 1982-83 Steve Duncan, 1977-78 3. Tyler Ackerson, 1987-88 4. Nate Tandberg, 1997-98-99-00 5. Abelardo Perez, 2010 6. Garrett Palmer, 2004-05-06-07 7. Andy Trakas, 1989-90-91-92 8. Al Limahelu, 1969-70 9. Ed Corral, 1979-80 10. Chris O’Brien, 1984-85

n Most SEASON

George Jones scored five touchdowns in a game on two occasions (1995 and 1996) and ranks third all-time for most touchdowns in a single game.

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CAREER

Pct. (XP-A) 1.000 (53-53) 1.000 (39-39) 1.000 (38-38) 1.000 (34-34) 1.000 (32-32) 1.000 (31-31) 1.000 (28-28) 1.000 (23-23) 1.000 (21-21) 1.000 (20-20) 1.000 (18-18) 1.000 (17-17) 1.000 (16-16)

Pct. (XP-A) 1.000 (50-50) 1.000 (40-40) .983 (58-59) .971 (101-104) .964 (54-56) .959 (116-121) .955 (170-178) .954 (103-108) .950 (38-40) .939 (62-66)

Field Goals

Pl. Player, Season 1. J.C. Mejia, 2003 Andy Trakas, 1990 3. Abelardo Perez, 2010 Tommy Kirovski, 2002 Chris O’Brien, 1985 6. Peter Holt, 1993 Andy Trakas, 1989 8. Garrett Palmer, 2005 Peter Holt, 1996 Steve Duncan, 1978

Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Andy Trakas, 1989-90-91-92 2. Garrett Palmer, 2004-05-06-07 Peter Holt, 1993-94-95-96 4. Nate Tandberg, 1997-98-99-00 5. Chris O’Brien, 1984-85 6. Tommy Kirovski, 2001-02 7. Tyler Ackerson, 1987-88 Steve LaPlant, 1975-76 9. Marco Morales, 1982-83 10. Lane Yoshida, 2008-09 J.C. Mejia, 2003 --nr. Abelardo Perez, 2010

FGs 56 48 48 46 28 27 25 25 22 18 18 17

n Highest

Field Goal Percentage SEASON

minimum 10 atts. Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Season Chris O’Brien, 1985 Garrett Palmer, 2005 Garrett Palmer, 2007 Chris O’Brien, 1984 Peter Holt, 1996 Abel Perez, 2010 Tommy Kirovski, 2001 Marco Morales, 1982 Tyler Ackerson, 1987 Marco Morales, 1983 Benny Ricardo, 1973

Pct. (FG-A) .895 (17-19) .882 (15-17) .867 (13-15) .846 (11-13) .789 (15-19) .773 (17-22) .769 (10-13) .737 (14-19) .733 (11-15) .727 (8-11) .727 (8-11)

CAREER

FGs 18 18 17 17 17 16 16 15 15 15

minimum 25 atts. Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Player, Seasons Chris O’Brien, 1984-85 Marco Morales, 1982-83 Garrett Palmer, 2004-05-06-07 Tyler Ackerson, 1987-88 Steve Duncan, 1977-78 Andy Trakas, 1989-90-91-92 Tommy Kirovski, 2001-02 Peter Holt, 1993-94-95-96 Lane Yoshida, 2008 Benny Ricardo, 1973-74 --nr. Abel Perez, 2010

Pct. (FG-A) .875 (28-32) .733 (22-30) .716 (48-67) .714 (25-35) .690 (20-29) .683 (56-82) .675 (27-40) .667 (48-72) .621 (18-29) .621 (18-29) .773 (17-22)


RECORDS

Defense

Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game.

n Team

Records

Fewest Points Allowed Game: 0, many times, most recent vs. Nicholls State, 9/4/10 Season: 16, in 1937 (7-1) DI Era: 123, in 1970 (9-2) Most Points Allowed Game: 70, at New Mexico*, 11/18/08 Season: 446, in 2008 (2-10) Fewest Points Allowed Per Game Season: 2.0, in 1937 (7-1) DI Era: 11.2, in 1970 (9-2) Most Points Allowed Per Game Season: 37.2, in 2008 (2-10) Fewest Total Plays Allowed Game: 41, at Wyoming*, 11/4/06 Season: 524, in 1954 (5-4) DI Era: 725, in 1969 (11-0) Most Total Plays Allowed Game: 111, vs. TCU*, 11/24/07 Season: 1,003, in 2002 (4-9) Fewest Total Off. Yards Allowed Game: 55, vs. Cal Western, 11/27/65 Season: 1,964, in 1965 (8-2) DI Era: 2,263, in 1970 (9-2)

Fewest Rushing TDs Allowed Game: 0, many times, most recent vs. UNLV, 11/27/10 Season: 4, in 1967 (10-1) and 1965 (8-2) Most Rushing TDs Allowed Game: 8, at New Mexico*, 10/18/08 and at Air Force*, 11/17/07 Season: 36, in 1987 (5-7) Most Quarterback Sacks (Since 1982) Game: 9, vs. New Mexico*, 10/12/91 and at Hawai’i*, 10/31/87 Season: 42, in 1991 Fewest Quarterback Sacks (Since 1982) Game: 0, many times, most recent vs. Wyoming*, 11/14/09 Season: 13, in 2008 Fewest Passing Attempts Allowed Game: 3, vs. Air Force*, 10/25/86 Season: 125, in 1958 (3-5) Most Passing Attempts Allowed Game: 69, vs. Idaho State, 9/4/04 Season: 479, in 1995 (8-4) Fewest Passing Completions Allowed Game: 1, three times, most recent at Air Force*, 10/25/86 Season: 47, in 1953 (5-3-1) Most Passing Completions Allowed Game: 42, vs. Portland State, 9/22/07 Season: 285, in 1995 (8-4)

Most Total Offense Yards Allowed Game: 767, vs. Brigham Young*, 11/16/91 Season: 5,978, in 2007 (4-8)

Fewest Passing Yards Allowed Game: 2, vs. Utah State, 11/30/74 Season: 657, in 1953 (5-3-1)

Fewest Total Off. Per Game Allowed Season: 255.5, in 1975 (8-3)

Most Passing Yards Allowed Game: 599, vs. Brigham Young*, 11/16/91 Season: 3,643, in 1991 (8-4-1)

Most Total Off. Per Game Allowed Season: 498.2, in 2007 (4-8) Fewest First Downs Allowed Game: 8, vs. Fresno State*, 11/7/98 and vs. North Carolina, 12/19/98 Season: 86, in 1953 (5-3-1) Most First Downs Allowed Game: 39 vs. TCU*, 11/24/07 Season: 322, in 2007 (4-8) Fewest Rushing Attempts Allowed Game: 17, vs. Idaho State, 9/4/04 Season: 323, in 1963 (7-2) Most Rushing Attempts Allowed Game: 77, vs. Air Force*, 10/11/08 and vs. (18) Air Force*, 12/3/83 Season: 1,964, in 1965 (8-2) DI Era: 639, in 1983 (2-9-1)

Fewest Passing TDs Allowed Game: 0, many times, most recent at Brigham Young*, Oct. 9, 2010 Season: 4, three times, most recent 1976 (10-1) Most Passing TDs Allowed Game: 6, at Idaho, 9/21/02 and vs. Brigham Young, 11/16/91 Season: 31, in 2002 (4-9)

FEWEST TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS ALLOWED Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(Rk.) Opponent, Date Cal Western, Nov. 27, 1965 at North Texas State, Sept. 19, 1970 Fresno State*, Nov. 7, 1998 Brigham Young*, Nov. 29, 1986 Colorado State*, Oct. 16, 1993 Nicholls State, Sept. 4, 2010 at UNLV*, Nov. 8, 2003 at Kansas, Sept. 25, 1999 at San Jose State*, Oct. 4, 1969 at Wyoming*, Oct. 7, 2000

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(Rk.) Opponent, Date Cal Western, Nov. 27, 1965 at Brigham Young*, Sept. 16, 1995 at San Jose State*, Oct. 4, 1969 at North Texas State, Sept. 19, 1970 at Kansas, Sept. 25, 1999 Hawai’i*, Nov. 22, 1986 at California, Sept. 18, 1982 Long Beach State, Sept. 6, 1986 at (14) Pacific*, Nov. 7, 1970 Portland State, Sept. 22, 2007

FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

(Rk.) Opponent, Date Utah State, Nov. 30, 1974 at Colorado State*, Oct. 20, 1979 Air Force*, Sept. 29, 1990 Air Force*, Oct. 25, 1986 vs. North Carolina, Dec, 19, 1998 Air Force*, Sept. 18, 1993 at Texas-El Paso*, Nov. 15, 1980 at Air Force*, Sept. 20, 1980 at Air Force*, Sept. 26, 2009 at Oklahoma State, Sept. 26, 1981

Yards 55 59 136 167 168 171 175 181 182 184

Yards -95 -16 -8 -6 0 1 2 11 12 13

Yards 2 6 21 24 33 46 47 50 51 55

SINGLE-SEASON HIGHS Total Points Per Gm. 1. 7.1, in 1964 (8-2) 2. 8.7, in 1965 (8-2) 3. 9.8, in 1966 (11-0) 4. 11.2, in 1970 (9-2) 5. 11.4, in 1976 (10-1) 6. 11.7, in 1973 (9-1-1) 7. 12.0, in 1951 (10-0-1) 8. 12.9, in 1967 (10-1) 9. 13.0, in 1972 (10-1) 10. 13.1, in 1975 (8-3) 13.1, in 1963 (7-2) Total Offense Per Gm. 1. 169.4, in 1965 (8-2) 2. 189.6, in 1953 (5-3-1) 3. 192.6, in 1964 (8-2) 4. 205.7, in 1970 (9-2) 5. 220.9, in 1966 (11-0) 6. 235.3, in 1962 (8-2) 7. 239.6, in 1951 (10-0-1) 8. 240.4, in 1954 (5-4) 9. 244.6, in 1963 (7-2) 10. 253.5, in 1967 (10-1) Interceptions 1. 36, in 1969 (11-0) 2. 32, in 1951 (10-0-1) 3. 31, in 1973 (9-1-1) 4. 26, in 1995 (8-4) 26, in 1968 (9-0-1) 6. 24, in 1954 (5-4) 7. 23, in 1964 (8-2) 23, in 1962 (8-2) 9. 22, in 1979 (8-3) 22, in 1977 (10-1)

Passing Yards Per Gm. 1. 72.7, in 1953 (5-3-1) 2. 88.0, in 1954 (5-4) 3. 89.9, in 1951 (10-0-1) 4. 95.0, in 1962 (8-2) 5. 96.5, in 1970 (9-2) 6. 107.6, in 1958 (1-6-1) 7. 108.2, in 1961 (7-2-1) 8. 111.6, in 1976 (10-1) 9. 117.4, in 1950 (5-3-1) 10. 118.8, in 1955 (2-8) Rushing Yards Per Gm. 1. 51.0, in 1965 (8-2) 2. 61.7, in 1964 (8-2) 3. 74.7, in 1966 (11-0) 4. 80.0, in 1967 (10-1) 5. 100.1, in 1968 (9-0-1) 6. 106.9, in 1969 (11-0) 7. 108.0, in 1999 (5-6) 8. 109.2, in 1970 (9-2) 9. 113.0, in 1977 (10-1) 10. 116.9, in 1953 (5-3-1) Interception Ret. Yards 1. 391, in 1973 (9-1-1) 2. 368, in 1995 (8-4) 3. 342, in 1980 (4-8) 4. 306, in 2005 (5-7) 5. 301, in 1974 (8-2-1) 6. 297, in 1986 (8-4) 7. 288, in 1979 (8-3) 8. 271, in 1977 (10-1) 9. 268, in 1982 (7-5) 10. 261, in 1996 (8-3)

Ints. Returned For TDs 1. 3, in 2005 (5-7) 3, in 1979 (8-3) 3, in 1979 (9-2) 4. 2, in 2008 (2-10) 2, in 2007 (4-8) 2, in 2004 (4-7) 2, in 2002 (4-9) 2, in 2000 (3-8) 2, in 1999 (5-6) 2, in 1996 (8-3) 2, in 1984 (4-7-1) 2, in 1975 (8-3) 2, in 1969 (11-0)

Most Interceptions Game: 7, vs. UC Santa Barbara*, 11/22/51 Season: 36, in 1969 (11-0) Most Interceptions Returned For TDs Game: 2, at San Jose State*, 10/4/69 Season: 3, three times, most recent: 2005 (5-7)

Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Game: -95, vs. Cal Western, 10/27/65 Season: 510, in 1965 (8-2) Most Rushing Yards Allowed Game: 539, at Air Force*, 9/2/89 Season: 3,323, in 1983 (2-9-1)

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n Single-Game MOST TACKLES Pl. 1. 2. 5. 7.

Player Russell Allen Corey Boudreaux Alan Dale Ty Youngs Lee Brannon Whip Walton Heath Farwell Kirk Morrison Lyndon Earley Jack Eaton Scott Carter Scott Carter

Defensive Leaders

(Rk.) Opponent, Date at Utah*, Oct. 13, 2007 vs. Air Force*, Oct. 11, 2008 vs. (12) Iowa State, Oct. 10, 1981 vs. Iowa State, Nov. 27, 1971 vs. Hawai’i*, Oct. 15, 1988 vs. Tulsa, Oct. 29, 1977 at Air Force*, Nov. 13, 2004 at Air Force*, Nov. 13, 2004 at Utah*, Oct. 29, 1988 at Utah*, Sept. 17, 1983 at Miami, Nov. 18, 1978 at Texas-El Paso, Sept. 23, 1978

MOST TACKLES/TWO PLAYERS COMBINED Pl. 1. 2. 4. 5.

Player Corey Boudreaux (21), Andrew Preston (18) Heath Farwell (19), Kirk Morrison (19) Ty Youngs (21), Bill Ferguson (17) Russell Allen (22), Ray Bass (14) Bobby Henderson (18), Joe Amaral (16)

(Rk.) Opponent, Date vs. Air Force*, Oct. 11, 2008 vs. Air Force*, Nov. 13, 2004 vs. Iowa State, Nov. 27, 1971 at Utah, Oct. 13, 2007 vs. Kent State, Sept. 30, 1973

Tackles 22 21 21 21 20 20 19 19 19 19 19 19

Tackles 39 38 38 36 34

Andy Coviello Eric Duncan Brett Faryniarz Brett Faryniarz James Johnson

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 5. 8.

Player Matt McCoy Andy Osborne Corey Boudreaux Rico Curtis Robert Griffith Mark Sims Ken Jackson Andrew Preston Jomar Butler Jason Moore Darrell Lewis Todd Richards

(Rk.) Opponent, Date at (17) Michigan, Sept. 18, 2004 at Hawai’i*, Oct. 25, 1997 vs. Air Force*, Oct. 11, 2008 vs. Air Force*, Oct. 2, 1999 at UCLA, Oct. 13, 1990 vs. Bowling Green, Nov. 23, 1974 vs. Pacific*, Nov. 11, 1972 vs. Air Force*, Oct. 11, 2008 at Brigham Young*, Oct. 21, 2000 at Colorado State*, Oct. 26, 1996 vs. Air Force*, Oct. 24, 1992 vs. Oregon, Oct. 26, 1985

Tackles 17 15 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12

MOST ASSISTED TACKLES

since 1979 Pl. 1. 4. 6. 8. 9.

Player (Rk.) (Rk.) Opponent, Date Jack Eaton at Utah*, Sept. 17, 1983 Bill Fairbrother at Oklahoma State, Sept. 26, 1981 Travis Hitt vs. New Mexico, Nov. 27, 1976 Bill Fairbrother vs. Hawai’i*, Oct. 24, 1981 Scott Carter at Texas-El Paso*, Sept. 23, 1978 Alan Dale vs. (12) Iowa State, Oct. 10, 1981 Whip Walton vs. Brigham Young, Oct. 2, 1976 Whip Walton vs. UNLV, Oct. 22, 1977 Lee Brannon vs. Hawai’i*, Oct. 15, 1988 nine other occasions with

Tackles 17 17 17 16 16 15 15 14 13 13

3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

MOST PASSES DEFLECTED/PBU

since 1979 Pl. 1. 2. 4.

Player (Rk.) Opponent, Date Darrell Lewis at Hawai’i*, Oct. 9, 1993 Mike Fox vs. Oklahoma State, Nov. 27, 1982 vs. (12) Iowa State, Oct. 10, 1981 Mike Fox Terrell Maze vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 19, 2005 seven other occasions with

MOST FORCED FUMBLES Pl. 1.

Player (Rk.) Opponent, Date Miles Burris vs. Colorado State, Nov. 6, 2010 10 other occasions with

PD 8 5 5 4 4

FF 2 2

MOST FUMBLE RECOvERIES

since 1972 Pl. 1.

MOST UNASSISTED TACKLES

since 1972

vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 2, 1991 vs. (20) Brigham Young*, Nov. 5, 1988 vs. Colorado State*, Nov. 14, 1987 at Hawai’i*, Oct. 31, 1987 at Texas-El Paso*, Sept. 24, 1983

Player Kirk Morrison Brad Hicks Gary Nobles Terrell Ward Kevin Feeney Rance Olison

(Rk.) Opponent, Date at New Mexico*, Nov. 9, 2002 vs. New Mexico*, Nov. 17, 1984 vs. Long Beach State, Oct. 23, 1982 at New Mexico*, Oct. 6, 1979 vs. Arkansas State, Sept. 12, 1976 vs. (13) Houston, Oct. 6, 1973

FR 2 2 2 2 2 2

MOST INTERCEPTIONS Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Player (Rk.) Opponent, Date Dick Adair vs New Mexico State, Oct. 15, 1949 Ed Ricketts vs. Marines, Oct. 13, 1951 Donny Baker vs. Texas-El Paso, Aug. 31, 2006 27 others occasions with

Int. 4 3 2 2

MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDAGE

since 1969 Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player Ricky Parker Harold Hicks Dave Croudip Terrell Ward Tory Nixon

(Rk.) Opponent, Date at Oklahoma, Sept. 9, 1995 vs. Hawai’i*, Nov. 22, 1986 vs. Long Beach State, Oct. 23, 1982 at New Mexico*, Oct. 6, 1979 at Air Force*, Sept. 1, 1984

MOST INTERCEPTIONS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Pl. 1.

Player (Rk.) Opponent, Date Corey Boudreaux vs. UNLV*, Nov. 22, 2008 44 other occasions with

Yards 146 133 100 98 97

TDs 1 1

MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS

since 1979 Pl. 1. 2. 3. 5.

Player (Rk.) Opponent, Date Michael Duran at Utah*, Oct. 23, 1999 Joseph Tuipala at Hawai’i*, Nov. 18, 1995 Russell Allen at San Jose State, Sept. 13, 2008 Siaosi Fifita vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 3, 2007 Miles Burris vs. Colorado State*, Nov. 6, 2010 B.J. Williams at (17) Brigham Young, Nov. 8, 2008 Andy Osborne at Fresno State*, Nov. 15, 1997 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila at Wyoming*, Nov. 1, 1997 Lou Foster vs Texas-El Paso*, Nov. 24, 1990 Ron Spears vs. UNLV*, Oct. 11, 1980

TFL 6.0 5.0 4.5 4.5 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

MOST SACKS

since 1979 Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Player (Rk.) Opponent, Date Mike Douglass at Texas-El Paso, Oct. 30, 1976 Andy Coviello vs. New Mexico*, Oct. 12, 1991 Levi Esene vs. Brigham Young*, Nov. 29, 1986 Heath Farwell vs. Nevada, Sept. 25, 2004 Blake Lobel at (17) Michigan, Sept. 18, 2004 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila vs. Southern Florida, Sept. 4, 1999 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila vs. UNLV*, Oct. 18, 1997

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Sacks 5.0 4.5 3.5 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

Mike Douglass’ 5.0 sacks at UTEP back on Oct. 30, 1976, still stands as the most in a single game in San Diego State history.


RECORDS/DEFENSE cont.

n

Matt McCoy is the San Diego State record holder for most unassisted tackles in a game. McCoy finished the Sept. 18, 2004, contest at 17th-ranked Michigan with 17 solo stops.

n Individual

Records

Most Total Tackles Game: 22, Russell Allen at Utah, 10/13/07 Season: 198, Rick Carusa, 1980 Career: 407, Whip Walton, 1974-75-76-77 Most Unassisted Tackles Game: 17, Matt McCoy at Michigan, 9/18/04 (since 1972) Season: 108, Rick Carusa, 1980 (since 1979) Career: 241, Kirk Morrison, 2001-02-03-04 (since 1979) Most Assisted Tackles Game: 17, 3 times, most recent: Jack Eaton at Utah*, 9/17/83 (since 1972) Season: 93, Alan Dale, 1981 (since 1979) Career: 161, Russell Allen, 2005-06-07-08 (since 1979) Most Tackles For Loss Game: 6, Michael Duran at Utah*, 10/23/99 Season: 33, Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1998 Career: 67.0, K. Gbaja-Biamila, 1996-97-98-99 Most Sacks Game: 5.0, Mike Douglass at UTEP, 10/30/76 Season: 21.0, Mike Douglass, 1976 Career: 33.0, K. Gbaja-Biamila, 1996-97-98-99 Most Interceptions Game: 4, Dick Adair vs. New Mexico State, 10/15/49 Season: 12, Ed Ricketts, 1951 Career: 14, Kack Kaiser, 1946-47-48 Most Interception Return Yardage Game: 146, Ricky Parker at Oklahoma, 9/9/95 Season: 223, Tory Nixon, 1984

Career: 313, Ricky Parker, 1993-94-95-96 Most Interceptions Returned For TDs Game: 1, many times, most recent Corey Boudreaux vs. UNLV*, 11/22/08 Season: 1, many times Career: 3, Ricky Parker, 1993-94-95-96 Most Passes Defended Game: 8, Darrell Lewis at Hawai’i*, 10/9/93 Season: 22, Marlon Andrews, 1990 Career: 37, Eric Lewis, 1995-96-97-98

Annual Total Tackle Leaders

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

Player Bill Ferguson Bobby Henderson Bobby Henderson Travis Hitt Whip Walton Whip Walton Scott Carter Terrell Ward Rick Carusa Alan Dale Mike Fox Thomas Carter Herb Brohn Todd Richards Randy Kirk Brett Faryniarz Lyndon Earley John Wesselman Lou Foster Damon Pieri Darrell Lewis Darrell Lewis Craigus Thompson Craigus Thompson Jason Moore Andy Osborne Rico Curtis Joey Mayo Jomar Butler Will Demps Kirk Morrison Matt McCoy Kirk Morrison Freddy Keiaho Joe Martin Russell Allen Russell Allen Jerry Milling Miles Burris

Cl. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

NR

CR

33 32

2 4 15 21

UA 56 88 98 69 82 97 71 45 108 47 54 51 45 49 41 49 55 90 52 95 67 67 58 46 53 68 52 51 89 59 60 75 72 68 58 71 63 44 54

AT 34 70 67 84 102 74 68 50 90 93 35 36 42 76 83 57 54 34 32 48 46 42 43 53 39 69 37 38 23 33 37 50 43 45 51 48 44 31 26

Total 90 158 165 153 184 171 139 95 198 140 89 87 87 125 124 106 109 124 84 143 113 109 101 99 92 137 89 89 112 92 97 125 115 113 109 119 107 75 80

TFL n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 1 7 3 4 9 8 2 3 3 0 12 8 3 0 4 2 10 0 14 3 7 9 9 9 13 9 11.5 7.5 5.5 9.5 9.5 20.0

Sacks n/a 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 n/a 0.5 2 6 2 0 1 13 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 3 4 0 1 3 1 2.5 1.5 9.5

Most Forced Fumbles (since 1980) Game: 2, 11 times, most recent Miles Burris vs. Colorado State, Nov. 6, 2010 Season: 6, Kevin Mitchell, 1980 Career: 11, Robert Griffith, 1990-91-92 Most Fumble Recoveries (since 1972) Game: 2, 7 times, most recent Kirk Morrison at New Mexico*, 11/9/02 Season: 6, Kevin Mitchell, 1980 Career: 10, Kirk Morrison, 2001-02-03-04

n Tackles SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Player, Season Rick Carusa, 1980 Damon Pieri, 1991 Alan Dale, 1981 Whip Walton, 1977 Andy Osborne, 1997 Scott Carter, 1978 Lou Foster, 1991 Matt McCoy, 2003 Todd Richards, 1985 Whip Walton, 1976

Tackles 198 143 140 139 137 132 131 125 125 125

Whip Walton, who played on Montezuma Mesa from 1974-77, owns the San Diego State record for career tackles with 407.

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RECORDS/DEFENSE cont. SEASON/SENIOR

Since 1978 Pl. Player, Season 1. Rick Carusa, 1980 2. Andy Osborne, 1997 3. Lou Foster, 1991 4. Todd Richards, 1985 5. John Wesselman, 1989 Randy Kirk, 1986

4. Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1997 5. Randy Mastin, 1979 Tackles 198 137 131 125 124 124

SEASON/JUNIOR Since 1978 Pl. Player, Season 1. Damon Pieri, 1991 2. Alan Dale, 1981 3. Russell Allen, 2007 4. Kirk Morrison, 2003 5. Darrell Lewis, 1992

Tackles 143 140 119 115 113

SEASON/SOPHOMORE Since 1978 Pl. Player, Season 1. Matt McCoy, 2003 2. Rico Curtis, 1997 3. Craigus Thompson, 1994 4. Jason Moore, 1995 5. Ricky Parker, 1994

Tackles 125 112 101 99 97

SEASON/FRESHMAN Since 1979 Pl. Player, Season 1. Morey Paul, 1987 2. Joseph Tuipala, 1995 3. Larry Maxey, 1989 4. Andrew Preston, 2007 5. Rico Curtis, 1996 Kevin Richey, 1979

Tackles 98 90 76 72 70 70

SEASON/LINEMAN Since 1979 Pl. Player, Season 1. Brett Faryniarz, 1987 2. Levi Esene, 1986 3. Kevin Richey, 1980

Tackles 106 97 86

82 80

SEASON/SECONDARY Since 1979 Pl. Player, Season 1. Damon Pieri, 1991 2. John Wesselman, 1989 3. Darrell Lewis, 1992 4. Rico Curtis, 1997 Steve Lauter, 1986

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

Player, Seasons Whip Walton, 1974-75-76-77 Kirk Morrison, 2001-02-03-04 Russell Allen, 2005-06-07-08 Rico Curtis, 1996-97-98-99 Jason Moore, 1994-95-96-97 John Wesselman, 1987-88-89 Mike Fox, 1979-80-81-82 Craigus Thompson, 1993-94-95-96 Chris Johnson, 1990-91-92-93 Darrell Lewis, 1991-92-93

Tackles 143 124 113 112 112

Tackles 407 396 375 355 328 296 293 292 284 279

Tackles 261 226 221 205 176

Since 1978 Pl. Player, Season 1. Rick Carusa, 1980 2. Damon Pieri, 1991 3. John Wesselman, 1989 4. Jomar Butler, 2000 5. Matt McCoy, 2003 6. Brian Berg, 2000 7. Kirk Morrison, 2004 8. Ricky Parker, 1994 Russell Allen, 2007 Ray Bass, 2007

Tackles 108 95 90 89 75 73 72 71 71 71

Tackles 355 328 293 284 279

Since 1979 Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Kirk Morrison, 2001-02-03-04 2. Russell Allen, 2005-06-07-08 3. Rico Curtis, 1996-97-98-99 4. Damon Pieri, 1990-91-92 5. Jason Moore, 1994-95-96-97 6. Darrell Lewis, 1991-92-93 7. Andrew Preston, 2007-08-09-10 John Wesselman, 1987-88-89 9. Matt McCoy, 2002-03-04 10. Chris Johnson, 1990-91-92-93

n Assisted

Tackles 241 214 199 186 184 176 171 171 170 168

Tackles 93 83 76 76 76 71 68 68 61 59 59

Since 1979 Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Russell Allen, 2005-06-07-08 2. Rico Curtis, 1996-97-98-99 3. Kirk Morrison, 2001-02-03-04 4. Joseph Tuipala, 1995-96-97-98 Jason Moore, 1994-95-96-97 6. Brett Faryniarz, 1984-85-86-87 7. Craigus Thompson, 1993-94-95-96 Mike Fox, 1979-80-81-82 9. Alan Dale, 1981-82 10. Steve Lauter, 1984-85-86

Tackles 161 156 155 144 144 142 137 137 134 128

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Since 1979 Pl. Player, Season 1. Jack Eaton, 1985 2. Levi Esene, 1984 Doug Reed, 1982 4. Kevin Richey, 1979 Mike Douglass, 1976 6. Miles Burris, 2010 Andy Coviello, 1991 Mike Stevens, 1984 James Johnson, 1983 10. Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1999 Others tied at

TFL 24 22 22 21 21 20 20 20 20 19 19

TFL 58.5 55.5 44.5 43.5 41.5 40.0 39.5 37.5 35.5 33.0

n Sacks Pl. 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 9.

Player, Season Mike Douglass, 1976 Brett Faryniarz, 1987 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1997 Andy Coviello, 1991 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1999 Levi Esene, 1986 Miles Burris, 2010 Jack Eaton, 1985 Doug Reed, 1982 Kevin Richey, 1979

CAREER

Player, Seasons Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1996-97-98-99 Mike Douglass, 1976-77 Brett Faryniarz, 1984-85-86-87 La'Roi Glover, 1992-93-94-95 Levi Esene, 1984-85-86 Kevin Richey, 1979-80-81-82 7. Adrian Ioja, 1993-94-95-96 8. Antwan Applewhite, 2004-05-06 Milt Wilson, 1986-87-88-89 10. Jamal Duff, 1991-92-93-94 Andy Coviello, 1990-91

Sacks 21.0 13.0 12.5 12.5 11.0 10.5 9.5 9.5 9.0 9.0

Sacks 34.0 26.0 20.5 18.5 18.5 18.5 17.5 17.0 17.0 15.5 15.5

n Passes

Defended/PBU Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Player, Season Marlon Andrews, 1990 Ricky Sharpe, 2002 Jacob Elimimian, 2003 Jeff Shoate, 2003 Eric Lewis, 1995 Ricky Parker, 1995 Tory Nixon, 1984 8. Donny Baker, 2004 Gary Taylor, 1991 10. Leon McFadden, 2010 Donny Baker, 2005 Terrell Maze, 2005 Aazaar Abdul-Rahim, 1999 Clark Moses, 1989

CAREER

SEASON

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Player, Seasons Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1996-97-98-99 Kevin Richey, 1979-80-81-82 La'Roi Glover, 1992-93-94-95 Adrian Ioja, 1993-94-95-96 Levi Esene, 1984-85-86 Kirk Morrison, 2001-02-03-04 Mike Stevens, 1982-83-84-85 Mike Hooper, 1984-85-86-87 Brett Faryniarz, 1984-85-86-87 James Johnson, 1983-84

SEASON

CAREER

Two-time All-American Kirk Morrison is the school’s all-time leader (since 1979) in career unassisted tackles with 241.

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

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Tackles

Since 1979 Pl. Player, Season 1. Alan Dale, 1981 2. Randy Kirk, 1986 3. Lou Foster, 1991 Steve Lauter, 1986 Todd Richards, 1985 6. Richard Brown, 1986 7. Andy Osborne, 1997 Bill Fairbrother, 1981 9. Levi Esene, 1986 10. Mike Fox, 1981 Randy Mastin, 1979

n Tackles

CAREER

SEASON

CAREER

SEASON

CAREER/SECONDARY

Since 1979 Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Rico Curtis, 1996-97-98-99 2. Jason Moore, 1994-95-96-97 3. Mike Fox, 1979-80-81-82 4. Chris Johnson, 1990-91-92-93 5. Darrell Lewis, 1991-92-93

Tackles

SEASON

CAREER/LINEMAN

Since 1979 Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Brett Faryniarz, 1984-85-86-87 2. Kevin Richey, 1979-80-81-82 3. Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1996-97-98-99 4. Brad Hicks, 1982-83-84 5. Eric Duncan, 1988-89-90-91

n Unassisted

Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Eric Lewis, 1995-96-97-98 2. Donny Baker, 2003-04-05 Ricky Sharpe, 1999-00-01-02 Mario Mitchell, 1985-86-87-88 5. Jeff Shoate, 2001-02-03 Marlon Andrews, 1989-90 Mike Fox, 1979-80-81-82 8. Ricky Parker, 1993-94-95-96 Gary Taylor, 1989-90-91-92 10. Clarence Nunn, 1983-85-86-87

PD 22 16 14 14 14 14 14 13 13 12 12 12 12 12

PD 37 34 34 34 29 29 29 26 26 25


RECORDS/DEFENSE cont.

n

Annual Interception Leaders

Year 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955

Freddy Keiaho blocked four kicks in his four years (2002-05) at San Diego State and tied Brad Burton (1986-89) for the most in school history.

n Forced

Fumbles

Andy Osborne, 1997 Mitch Burton, 1988 Levi Esene, 1984 David Croudip, 1982 Rick Carusa, 1980 Terrell Ward, 1979

SEASON

Since 1980 Pl. Player, Season 1. Kevin Mitchell, 1980 2. Robert Griffith, 1990 Mike Fox, 1982 4. Miles Burris, 2010 Heath Farwell, 2004 Kirk Morrison, 2003 Heath Farwell, 2002 Jeff Shoate, 2001 Andy Osborne, 1997 Robert Griffith, 1991 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1996

CAREER Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player, Seasons Robert Griffith, 1990-91-92 Heath Farwell, 2002-03-04 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, 1996-97-98-99 Kirk Morrison, 2001-02-03-04 Kevin Mitchell, 1979-80 Luke Laolagi, 2006-07-08-09 Jonathan Bailes, 2003-04-05-06 La'Roi Glover, 1992-93-94-95 Mario Mitchell, 1985-86-87-88 Ramondo Stallings, 1990-91-92-93

n Fumble SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3.

FF 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 FF 11 9 8 7 6 5 5 5 5 5

Recoveries

Player, Season Kevin Mitchell, 1980 Kirk Morrison, 2002 Lou Foster, 1991 Ken Moore, 1983 Bob Epps, 1979 6. Russell Allen, 2008 Antwan Applewhite, 2005 Kirk Morrison, 2004 Ricky Sharpe, 2000

CAREER Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Player, Seasons Kirk Morrison, 2001-02-03-04 Kevin Mitchell, 1979-80 Lou Foster, 1990-91 Thomas Carter, 1982-83 5. Lyndon Earley, 1986-87-88 Brad Hicks, 1982-83-84 Steve Lauter, 1984-85-86 Rick Carusa, 1979-80 Bob Epps, 1979-80 10. 11 tied with

n Blocked

FR 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3

FR 10 7 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 4

Kicks

SEASON

Pl. Player, Season 1. Brad Burton, 1989 2. Leon McFadden, 2009 Freddy Keiaho, 2002 Robert Griffith, 1991 John Wesselman, 1989 Alfred Jackson, 1985

CAREER

3 3 3 3 3 3

Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Freddy Keiaho, 2002-03-04-05 Brad Burton, 1986-87-88-89 3. John Wesselman, 1987-88-89 4. Leon McFadden, 2009-10 Robert Griffith, 1990-91-92 Alfred Jackson, 1985-86-87-88

Blk. 3 2 2 2 2 2

Blk. 4 4 3 2 2 2

Player Cl. NR CR No. Yds. Avg. Fred Bates Sr. 7 47 6.7 Ed Ricketts Sr. 12 172 14.6 Ed Fletcher Sr. 6 67 11.2 Verne Dodds Jr. 4 29 7.3 Verne Dodds Sr. 6 31 5.2 Jim Pyles So. 2 38 19.0 Jr. 2 0 0.0 Claude Lewis Jay Gutowski Sr. 3 65 21.7 1956 Claude Lewis Sr. 3 47 15.7 1957 Joe Duke So. 5 31 6.2 Bob Ball So. 4 53 13.3 1958 1959 Dick Morris Jr. 3 57 19.0 1960 not available 1961 Neal Petties So. 3 18 6.0 Larry Korsmeier Sr. 5 11 2.0 1962 1963 Jim Allison Jr. 5 58 11.6 1964 David Lawson Sr. 6 22 3.7 1965 Cliff Kinney Sr. 3 57 19.0 1966 John Williams Sr. 5 46 9.2 John Beck Sr. 6 40 6.7 1967 1968 Nate Wright Sr. 5 39 7.8 Tom Deckert Jr. 3 8 36 4.5 1969 1970 Willie Buchanon Jr. 4 47 11.8 1971 Willie Buchanon Sr. 5 5 42 8.4 1972 Ken Jackson Sr. 4 61 15.3 1973 Bobby Henderson Jr. 2 5 77 15.4 1974 Monte Jackson Sr. 1 6 160 26.7 1975 Ed Kertel Sr. 3 5 114 22.8 1976 Gary Marshall Sr. 3 77 25.7 1977 Terry Jackson Sr. 6 102 17.0 1978 Steve Jorde Sr. 3 61 20.3 1979 Reuben Henderson Jr. 4 1 0.3 1980 Rick Boyer Jr. 3 65 21.7 1981 Vernon Dean Sr. 1 6 89 14.8 1982 Trent Collins Jr. 4 94 23.5 Gary Nobles Sr. 4 5 1.3 1983 Tory Nixon Jr. 4 10 2.5 1984 Tory Nixon Sr. 5 223 44.6 1985 Steve Lauter Jr. 2 5 2.5 Ellis Powers Jr. 2 2 1.0 1986 Steve Lauter Sr. 4 51 12.8 1987 Clarence Nunn Sr. 3 12 4.0 1988 Casey Copeland Sr. 3 14 4.7 Lyndon Earley Jr. 3 14 4.7 1989 John Wesselman Sr. 2 6 75 12.5 1990 Gary Taylor So. 4 0 0.0 1991 Damon Pieri Jr. 4 3 32 10.7 1992 Darrell Lewis Jr. 4 80 20.0 1993 Chris Johnson Sr. 3 85 28.3 1994 Eric Sutton Sr. 3 64 21.3 1995 Ricky Parker Jr. 17 2 6 199 33.2 1996 Jason Moore Jr. 14 4 5 154 30.8 1997 Aazaar Abdul-Rahim Jr. 14 3 0 0.0 1998 Rico Curtis Jr. 8 3 20 6.7 1999 Aazaar Abdul-Rahim Sr. 10 3 16 5.3 2000 Will Demps Jr. 9 2 43 21.5 Donte Gamble Jr. 6 2 6 3.0 2001 Garret Pavelko Sr. 34 4 4 40 10.0 2002 Kirk Morrison So. 7 3 91 30.3 Ricky Sharpe Sr. 7 3 37 12.3 Marviel Underwood So. 7 3 10 3.3 2003 Jacob Elimimian So. 50 3 4 106 26.5 2004 Josh Dean Sr. 86 7 3 0 0.0 2005 Marcus Demps Sr. 42 3 4 46 11.5 2006 Donny Baker Sr. 3 24 8.0 2007 Vonnie Holmes Jr. 61 3 4 65 16.2 Aaron Moore So. 61 3 4 18 4.5 2008 Jose Perez So. 11 2 9 4.5 Corey Boudreaux Sr. 12 2 120 60.0 2009 Luke Laolagi Sr. 8 3 82 27.3 2010 Andrew Preston Sr. 3 69 23.0 NR - national ranking in interceptions per game. CR - conference ranking in interceptions per game.

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TDs 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

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n Interceptions SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Player, Season Ed Ricketts, 1951 Tom Deckert, 1969 Galen Pavelko, 1969 Fred Bates, 1950 5. Ricky Parker, 1995 John Wesselman, 1989 Vernon Dean, 1981 Terry Jackson, 1977 Monte Jackson, 1974 John Beck, 1967 David Lawson, 1964 Verne Dodds, 1954 Ed Fletcher, 1952

Int. 12 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

CAREER

Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Jack Kaiser, 1946-47-48 2. Jason Moore, 1994-95-96-97 Bob Tomlinson, 1946-47-48-49 4. Ed Ricketts, 1950-51 Dick Adair, 1947-48-49 6. Tom Deckert, 1969 1971 Dick Morris, 1958-59-60 Verne Dodds, 1952-53-54 9. Ricky Parker, 1993-94-95-96 Terry Jackson, 1975-76-77

n Interception

Yards

Int. 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 10

Return

CAREER Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player, Seasons Ricky Parker, 1993-94-95-96 Bob Tomlinson, 1946-47-48-49 Jason Moore, 1994-95-96-97 Tory Nixon, 1983-84 Monte Jackson, 1973-74 Eldridge Cooks, 1961-62-63 George Coleman, 1946-47-48 8. Harold Hicks, 1986-87 9. Ed Ricketts, 1950-51 10. Bob Jones, 1965-66

Yards 355 269 237 233 224 177 177 176 172 170

n Interceptions

Returned for TD SEASON

Pl. Player, Opponent, Date TDs 1. 44 players tied with 1 Most recent: Corey Boudreaux vs. UNLV*, Nov. 22, 2008

CAREER

Since 1969 Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Ricky Parker, 1993-94-95-96 2. Ricky Sharpe, 1999-00-01-02 Will Demps, 1999-00-01 Tory Nixon, 1983-84 Thomas Hayes, 1969-70 Leon Van Gorkum, 1969-70

n Division

Records

TDs 3 2 2 2 2 2

I Era Team

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED Pl. Opponent Date 1. vs. UC Santa Barbara* 10/25/69 2. at Long Beach State 11/20/76 vs. Fresno State* 10/31/70

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First Downs 6 7 7

10/17/70 vs. San Jose State* 5. vs. North Carolina 12/19/98 vs. Fresno State* 11/7/98 at Fresno State* 10/11/75 11/2/74 at North Texas State 9. vs. Eastern Illinois 10/6/01 at Colorado State* 9/22/01 vs. Cal State Northridge 9/4/93 9/12/76 vs. Arkansas State vs. Fresno State* 10/28/72 vs. Oregon State 9/8/72 at Fresno State* 10/30/71 at UC Santa Barbara* 10/16/71 11/17/70 at Pacific* vs. CS Los Angeles* 9/27/69 in a Mountain West Conference game at Colorado State* 9/22/01 against a nationally ranked opponent at (2) Ohio State 9/6/03

FEWEST YARDS PER RUSH ALLOWED Pl. Opponent Date 9/27/69 1. vs. CS Los Angeles* 2. at Brigham Young* 9/16/95 3. at San Jose State* 10/4/69 4. at North Texas 9/19/70 5. at Brigham Young* 11/11/78 6. at Kansas 9/25/99 11/22/86 7. vs. Hawai’i* 8. at California 9/18/82 10/17/70 9. vs. San Jose State* 10. vs. Fresno State* 10/31/70 in a Mountain West Conference game 11/6/10 vs. Colorado State* against a nationally ranked opponent vs. (13) Brigham Young* 11/6/99

n Rallies Date Nov. 3, 2007 Oct. 12, 1974 Dec. 7, 2002 Oct. 19, 1985 Nov. 23, 1974 Sept. 18, 1993 Nov. 12, 1983 Oct. 28, 1978 Nov. 3, 1973 Nov. 22, 1969 Nov. 4, 2000 Oct. 16, 1971 Oct. 24, 2009 Sept. 14, 1996 Oct. 7, 1995 Sept. 5, 1992 Oct. 28, 1989 Sept. 6, 1986 Oct. 26, 1985 Nov. 26, 1977 Sept. 23, 1989 Oct. 22, 1971 Nov. 15, 1997 Sept. 27, 1997 Nov. 23, 2002 Oct. 3, 1998 Oct. 26, 1991 Oct. 6, 1990 Sept. 16, 1989 Nov. 6, 1982 Nov. 29, 1969

7 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 10

YPR -1.63 -0.62 -0.24 -0.14 -0.12 0.00 0.04 0.06 0.07 0.13

LOWEST PASSING COMPLETION PERCENTAGE ALLOWED Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Opponent Date vs. CS Los Angeles* 9/26/70 vs. West Texas State 11/4/72 at Colorado State* 10/20/79 at Wyoming* 10/14/78 9/16/78 at (19) Iowa State 6. at North Texas 9/19/70 7. vs. Arizona 11/10/79 8. at Hawai’i* 10/5/91 11/30/74 9. vs. Utah State 10/30/71 at Fresno State* against a nationally ranked opponent at (19) Iowa State 9/16/78

Pct. 11.11 11.76 14.29 16.67 16.67 17.24 19.05 19.23 20.00 20.00 16.67

LOWEST PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING ALLOWED Pl. Opponent Date 1. vs. Arizona 11/10/79 2. vs. CS Los Angeles* 9/26/70 11/4/72 3. vs. West Texas State 9/19/70 4. at North Texas 5. at Fresno State* 10/30/71 6. at Colorado State* 10/20/79 7. at San Jose State* 11/15/75 10/18/69 8. at Texas-Arlington 9. vs. Brigham Young* 11/29/86 10. vs. Tampa 9/21/74 in a Mountain West Conference game at UNLV* 11/7/03 against a nationally ranked opponent vs. (18) Air Force* 12/3/83

Rating -8.57 -6.44 1.58 15.33 20.46 21.49 22.88 23.23 24.53 26.66 62.05 33.60

0.79 1.22

LOWEST YARDS PER PLAY ALLOWED Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Opponent Date at North Texas 9/19/70 vs. CS Los Angeles* 9/26/70 vs. San Jose State* 10/17/70 vs. CS Los Angeles* 9/27/69 at Oregon State 9/13/75 at Fresno State* 10/30/71 at Fresno State* 10/11/75 vs. Pacific* 10/9/71 at Brigham Young* 11/11/78 vs. UC Santa Barbara* 11/14/70 in a Mountain West Conference game vs. Colorado State* 10/16/04 against a nationally ranked opponent at (2) Ohio State 9/6/03

Yards/Play 0.82 1.70 1.83 1.84 2.20 2.21 2.38 2.43 2.44 2.44 2.97 3.44

MOST TURNOvERS FORCED

Pl. Opponent Date Turnovers 11/24/73 10 1. vs. North Texas 2. vs. Wyoming* 11/17/01 9 vs. North Texas 12/4/71 9 4. vs. Long Beach State 10/23/82 8 vs. Utah* 11/29/80 8 vs. Arizona 11/10/79 8 vs. Kent State 9/30/73 8 at Texas-Arlington 10/18/69 8 at San Jose State* 10/4/69 8 10/28/95 7 10. at UTEP* 5 other occasions with 7 in a Mountain West Conference game 11/13/04 6 at Air Force* against a nationally ranked opponent at (7) at Miami 11/18/99 6 San Diego State is 15-0 in the Division I era when forcing at least seven turnovers and 28-1-1 when forcing at least six turnovers.

From Largest Deficits Opponent Wyoming* Fresno State* at Hawai’i Utah* Bowling Green at Air Force* Wyoming* at Long Beach State at San Jose State* North Texas at New Mexico* at UC Santa Barbara* at Colorado State* at California at Utah* vs. USC at UTEP* Long Beach State Oregon at San Jose State Cal State Fullerton Utah State at Fresno State (25/25) at Air Force* at Air Force* at Tulsa* at Utah* at Wyoming* (20) UCLA at Hawai’i* Long Beach State*

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Final W, 27-24 W, 24-21 L, 40-41 L, 37-39 T, 21-21 W, 38-31 L, 21-33 L, 25-27 T, 27-27 W, 42-24 W, 17-16 W, 27-23 W, 42-28 L, 37-42 W, 24-21 T, 31-31 W, 34-31 W, 27-24 L, 37-49 W, 37-34 T, 41-41 W, 36-20 W, 20-19 L, 18-24 W, 38-34 W, 24-14 W, 24-21 L, 51-52 L, 25-28 W, 31-28 W, 36-32

Trailed By 21 21 19 18 18 17 17 17 17 17 16 16 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Deficit Score 0-21 0-21 3-22 3-21 3-21 14-31 0-17 7-24 10-27 7-24 0-16 7-23 7-21 0-14 0-14 7-21 7-21 0-14 14-28 10-24 7-20 7-20 7-19 0-12 10-21 3-14 10-21 3-14 10-21 10-21 21-32

Deficit Time 2nd, 1:18 2nd, 10:01 2nd, 13:32 1st, 0:16 2nd, 7:43 4th, 12:40 1st, 3:21 3rd, 14:31 4th, 8:47 2nd, 2:15 2nd, 0:09 3rd, 9:35 2nd, 1:25 1st, 8:59 1st, 9:15 2nd, 1:58 1st, 6:30 2nd, 13:21 2nd, 3:15 2nd, 3:15 2nd, 13:21 3rd, 7:53 2nd, 5:22 3rd, 5:47 3rd, 11:46 3rd, 5:53 3rd, 0:41 2nd, 11:07 4th, 14:18 2nd, 0:16 2nd, 4:14

of Comeback 2nd, 0:13 2nd, 7:24 2nd, 9:17 2nd, 11:04 3rd,11:00 4th, 10:33 2nd, 10:26 3rd, 9:43 4th, 8:30 2nd 1:23 3rd, 4:17 3rd, 3:11 3rd, 9:59 1st, 8:25 2nd, 10:49 3rd, 12:29 2nd, 14:07 2nd, 8:51 2nd, 0:27 2nd, 0:33 2nd, 11:09 3rd, 7:05 3rd, 13:01 3rd, 2:58 3rd, 8:53 3rd, 3:31 4th, 12:19 2nd, 9:50 4th, 11:24 3rd, 9:52 4th, 13:59

Score 27-24 24-21 40-29 37-27 21-21 38-31 21-17 25-24 27-27 42-24 17-16 27-23 42-28 21-21 17-14 and 24-21 28-21 and 31-24 24-21 and 34-21 20-17 and 27-24 31-28 37-34 34-23 36-20 20-19 18-18 31-27 and 38-34 24-14 24-21 27-14 25-21 24-21 and 31-28 36-32


RECORDS

Punt Returns Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game.

n Team

Records

39 32 32

Most Return Yardage Game: 158, vs. Utah*, 10/24/98 Season: 483, in 1969 (11-0) Highest Return Average Per Return Game: 46.0, (3) at Utah, 9/17/83 (min. 3) Season: 18.8, in 1998 (7-5) Most Returns for Touchdowns Game: 1, many times, most recent: vs. UNLV*, 10/26/02 Season: 3, in 1998 and 1975

Records

Most Returns Game: 10, T.C. Wright, at Hawai’i*, 10/5/91 Season: 36, Ray Peterson, 1992 Career: 87, Monty Gilbreath, 1986-87-88-89 Most Return Yards Game: 138, Jim Sandusky at Utah*, 9/17/83 Season: 381, Jim Sandusky, 1983 Career: 1,201, Ray Peterson, 1992-93-94-95

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

Player, Season Jim Sandusky, 1983 T.C. Wright, 1991 Ray Peterson, 1992 Tom Deckert, 1969 Leandrew Childs, 1996 Ray Peterson, 1993 Ray Peterson, 1995 Volney Quinlan, 1951 Damon Gourdine, 1998 Art Preston, 1949

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

Player, Seasons Ray Peterson, 1992-93-94-95 Monty Gilbreath, 1986-87-88-89 Kyle Conerly, 2001-02-03-04 Nate Wright, 1967-68 Tom Deckert, 1969, 1971 Art Preston, 1949-50-51 Art Delvaux, 1963-64 Jim Sandusky, 1983 T.C. Wright, 1990-91 Ed Fletcher, 1951-52

n Single-Game MOST YARDS

n Yards

Most Returns Game: 10, vs. San Jose State*, 10/17/70 and Cal Western, 11/27/66 Season: 54, in 1970 (9-2)

n Individual

9. T.C. Wright, 1990-91 10. Donte Gamble, 2000-01 Webster Slaughter, 1984-85

Yards 381 376 361 346 332 330 320 311 294 283

Yards 1,201 835 599 526 479 462 438 381 376 362

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

Player Jim Sandusky Ray Peterson Ray Peterson Eric Lewis T.C. Wright Damon Gourdine Craig Scoggins T.C. Wright Kyle Conerly Damon Gourdine

MOST ATTEMPTS Pl. 1. 2. 4.

8.

Player T.C. Wright Ray Peterson Tom Deckert Michael Franklin Donte Gamble Eric Lewis T.C. Wright Michael Franklin Kyle Conerly Kyle Conerly Michael Franklin

Punt Return Leaders

(Rk.) Opponent, Date No. at Utah*, Sept. 17, 1983 3 vs. CS Northridge, Sept. 4, 1993 8 vs. San Jose State*, Oct. 21, 1995 vs. San Jose State*, Nov. 8, 1997 6 vs. Long Beach State, Sept. 8, 1991 6 vs. Utah*, Oct. 24, 1998 3 vs. Cal Western, Nov. 27, 1965 7 at Hawai’i*, Oct. 5, 1991 10 vs. UNLV*, Oct. 26, 2002 4 vs. Hawai’i*, Oct. 9, 1998 5

Yards 138 136 129 128 127 120 112 108 107 96

Avg. 46.0 17.0

TD 1 0

21.3 21.2 40.0 16.0 10.8 26.8 19.2

1 0 1 0 0 1 0

(Rk.) Opponent, Date No. at Hawai’i*, Oct. 5, 1991 10 vs. CS Northridge, Sept. 4, 1993 8 vs. Utah State, Oct. 22, 1971 6 vs. San Jose State, Sept. 24, 2005 6 at Colorado State*, Sept. 22, 2001 6 vs. San Jose State*, Nov. 8, 1997 6 vs. Long Beach State, Sept. 8, 1991 6 vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 19, 2005 5 vs. Colorado State*, Oct. 16, 2004 5 at UNLV*, Nov. 8, 2003 5 at Idaho, Sept. 21, 2002 5

Yards 108 136 21 43 4 128 127 13 37 56 44

Avg. 10.8 17.0 3.5 7.2 0.7 21.3 21.2 2.6 7.4 11.2 8.8

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

n Touchdowns

Highest Return Average Game: 46.0, Jim Sandusky at Utah*, 9/17/83 (min. 3) Season: 19.1, Jim Sandusky, 1983 Career: 20.7, Volney Quinlan, 1951

SEASON

Most Returns For TDs Game: 1, many times, most recent: Kyle Conerly vs. UNLV*, 10/26/02 Season: 2, three times, most recent: Damon Gourdine, 1998 Career: 3, Ray Peterson, 1992-93-94-95

CAREER

Pl. Player, Season 1. Damon Gourdine, 1998 Ray Peterson, 1994 Mike Fox, 1985

Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Ray Peterson, 1992-93-94-95 2. Damon Gourdine, 1997-98-99 Mike Fox, 1979-80-81-82

Number 2 2 2

Number 3 2 2

n Attempts SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Player, Season T.C. Wright, 1991 Ray Peterson, 1992 Kyle Conerly, 2003 Ray Peterson, 1993 Jon Robertson, 1970 6. Webster Slaughter, 1986 Mel Jacobs, 1975 8. Donte Gamble, 2001 Sean Pierce, 2000 10. Monty Gilbreath, 1988

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

Player, Seasons Ray Peterson, 1992-93-94-95 Monty Gilbreath, 1986-87-88-89 Kyle Conerly, 2001-02-03-04 Tom Deckert, 1969, 1971 Michael Franklin, 2002-03-04-05 Ken Mathis, 1976-77 Sean Pierce, 1997-99-00 Mel Jacobs, 1974-75

Number 39 32 30 30 30 29 29 28 28 27

Number 96 86 63 50 47 43 42 40

Damon Gourdine, a threat on punt returns during his time at San Diego State, ranks first in school history in punt return touchdowns in a season (2) and second in the career category (2).

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RECORDS

Kickoff Returns Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game. ^ - Indicates Division I era record.

n Team

Records

Most Returns Game: 9, five times, most recent: vs. (24) Cincinnati, 9/29/07 Season: 64, in 1987 (5-7) Most Return Yardage Game: 218, at Cal St. Los Angeles, 10/19/63 Season: 1,418, in 1988 (3-8) Highest Return Average Per Return Game: 48.3, (3) vs. (20) Brigham Young*, 11/5/88 (min. 3) Season: 24.9, in 1970 (9-2) Most Returns for Touchdowns Game: 1, many times, most recent: vs. Colorado State*, 10/25/08 Season: 2, in 1997 and 1983

n Individual

Records

Most Returns Game: 8, Vincent Brown vs. (24) Cincinnati, 9/29/07 and Ray Bass at TCU*, 11/18/06 Season: 40, Monty Gilbreath, 1987 Career: 74, Monty Gilbreath, 1986-87-88-89 Most Return Yards Game: 188, Ray Bass at TCU*, 11/18/06 Season: 880, Monty Gilbreath, 1987 Career: 1,521, Monty Gilbreath, 1986-87-88-89

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

Patrick Rowe, 1987-88-90-91 Mekell Wesley, 2006-07-08-09 Curtis Shearer, 1992-93-94 Michael Franklin, 2002-03-04-05 Steve Stapler, 1978-79 Az Hakim, 1994-95-96-97 Phil Smith, 1981-82

49 48 47 46 41 40 40

n Yards SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Season Monty Gilbreath, 1987 Patrick Rowe, 1988 Darnay Scott, 1991 Davion Mauldin, 2009 Curtis Shearer, 1994 Donte Gamble, 2001 Davion Mauldin, 2008 Mekell Wesley, 2007 Jon Robertson, 1970 Phil Smith, 1981

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

Player, Seasons Monty Gilbreath, 1986-87-88-89 Darnay Scott, 1991-92-93 Patrick Rowe, 1987-88-90-91 Davion Mauldin, 2008-09 Mekell Wesley, 2006-07-08-09 Phil Smith, 1981-82 Az Hakim, 1994-95-96-97 Steve Stapler, 1978-79 Curtis Shearer, 1991-92-93-94 Michael Franklin, 2002-03-04-05

Highest Return Average Game: 48.3, Patrick Rowe vs. BYU, 11/5/88 (min. 3) Season: 32.8, Mike Fox, 1980 Career: 27.9, John Robertson, 1969-70

Yards 880 799 680 636 630 595 588 568 557 553

Yards 1,505 1,397 1,232 1,224 1,020 1,003 999 886 875 823

n Single-Game MOST YARDS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Ray Bass Mekell Wesley Mike Fox Davion Mauldin Darnay Scott Patrick Rowe Patrick Rowe Davion Mauldin Vincent Brown Patrick Rowe Monty Gilbreath

MOST ATTEMPTS Pl. 1. 4.

10.

Player Davion Mauldin Vincent Brown Ray Bass Michael Franklin Michael Franklin Darnay Scott Patrick Rowe Monty Gilbreath Monty Gilbreath Davion Mauldin Davion Mauldin Mekell Wesley Vincent Brown Donte Gamble Curtis Shearer Curtis Shearer Darnay Scott Darnay Scott Darnay Scott Monty Gilbreath Monty Gilbreath

Kickoff Return Leaders

(Rk.) Opponent, Date at TCU, Nov. 18, 2006 at UNLV, Nov. 10, 2007 vs. New Mexico*, Nov. 22, 1980 vs. BYU*, Oct. 17, 2009 vs. UCLA, Sept. 26, 1991 vs. Hawai’i*, Oct. 15, 1988 vs. Wyoming*, Oct. 8, 1988 vs. (6) TCU*, Nov. 7, 2009 at Washington State, Sept. 8, 2007 vs. (20) BYU*, Nov. 5, 1988 at BYU*, Nov. 7, 1988

No. 8 5 5 6 6 7 5 8 6 3 7

Yards 188 178 171 160 159 157 154 151 146 145 145

Avg. 23.5 35.6 34.2 26.7 26.5 22.4 30.8 18.9 24.3 48.3 20.7

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

(Rk.) Opponent, Date vs. (6) TCU*, Nov. 7, 2009 vs. (24) Cincinnati, Sept. 29, 2007 at TCU, Nov. 18, 2006 at Hawai’i, Dec. 4, 2005 vs. New Mexico*, Oct. 22, 2005 vs. BYU*, Nov. 16, 1991 vs. Hawai’i*, Oct. 15, 1988 at BYU*, Nov. 7, 1987 at (3) UCLA, Sept. 5, 1987 vs. BYU*, Oct. 17, 2009 vs. (8) Utah, Nov. 15, 2008 vs. (21) BYU, Dec. 1, 2007 at Washington State, Sept. 8, 2007 vs. Air Force*, Sept. 29, 2001 vs. Utah*, Oct. 8, 1994 at Minnesota, Sept. 17, 1994 vs. UCLA, Sept. 30, 1993 vs. (1) Miami, Nov. 28, 1992 vs. UCLA, Sept. 26, 1991 vs. Texas-El Paso*, Oct. 10, 1987 at (19) UCLA, Sept. 20, 1986

No. 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Yards 151 142 188 113 129 104 157 145 136 160 107 79 146 125 134 117 123 115 159 142 114

Avg. 18.9 17.8 23.5 16.1 18.4 14.9 22.4 20.7 19.4 26.7 17.8 13.2 24.3 20.8 22.3 19.5 20.5 19.2 26.5 23.7 19.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Most Returns For TDs Game: 1, many times, most recent: Davion Mauldin, vs. Colorado State, 10/25/08 Season: 1, many times, most recent: Jesus Reyes and Az Hakim in 1997 Career: 1, many times, most recent: Jesus Reyes at Wyoming, 11/1/97

n Attempts SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Player, Season Monty Gilbreath, 1987 Curtis Shearer, 1994 Darnay Scott, 1991 Patrick Rowe, 1988 Davion Mauldin, 2009 Michael Franklin, 2005 Donte Gamble, 2001 8. Mekell Wesley, 2007 Davion Mauldin, 2008 10. Vincent Brown, 2007

CAREER Pl. 1. 2. 3.

Player, Seasons Monty Gilbreath, 1986-87-88-89 Darnay Scott, 1991-92-93 Davion Mauldin, 2008-09

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Monty Gilbreath is the San Diego State record holder for most kickoff return attempts in a season (40) and a career (74) and holds the top spot in single-season kickoff return yards (880) and career yards (1,505).


RECORDS

Punting

Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game.

n Yards

n Team

SEASON

Records

Most Punts Game: 12, 4 times, most recent: 9/16/06 at Wisconsin Season: 86, in 1980 (4-8) Fewest Punts Game: 0, most recent: vs. E. Illinois, 10/6/01 Season: 25, 1959 (1-6-1) Most Yardage Game: 543, Wayne Ross vs. BYU*, 11/29/86 Season: 3,435, 1980 (4-8)

Records

Most Punts Game: 12, Michael Hughes at Wisconsin, 9/16/06, Wayne Ross vs. BYU, 11/29/86 and John Beck vs. Tennessee St., 9/15/67 Season: 84, Mike Jezulin, 1980 Career: 248, vs. Wayne Ross, 1984-85-86-87 Most Yards Game: 543, Wayne Ross vs. BYU, 11/29/86 Season: 3,435, Mike Jezulin, 1980 Career: 10,402, Wayne Ross, 1984-85-86-87 Highest Average Game: 54.8, Mike Saxon vs. BYU, 10/22/83 (min. 6) Season: 46.5, Noel Prefontaine, 1996 Career: 44.7, Noel Prefontaine, 1995-96

n Attempts SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Player, Season Mike Jezulin, 1980 Wayne Ross, 1984 Michael Hughes, 2007 Brian Stahovich, 2008 Seth Santoro, 2003 Wayne Ross, 1986 Willie Buchanon, 1971 8. Michael Hughes, 2005 9. Don Copeland, 1997 Scott Oatsvall, 1992

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

Player, Seasons Wayne Ross, 1984-85-86-87 Michael Hughes, 2004-05-06-07 Brian Stahovich, 2008-09-10 Brian Simnjanovski, 1999-00-01-02 Tim Thorn, 1972-73-74 Mike Jezulin, 1980-81 Willie Buchanon, 1970-71 Don Copeland, 1997-98 Ed Kaszycki, 1993-94 Jason Savorn, 1990-91-93

Player, Season Mike Jezulin, 1980 Michael Hughes, 2007 Wayne Ross, 1984 Seth Santoro, 2003 Brian Stahovich, 2008 Don Copeland, 1997 Wayne Ross, 1986 Brian Simnjanovski, 2001 Brian Stahovich, 2009 Michael Hughes, 2005

CAREER

Highest Average Per Punt Game: 53.0 (6), at BYU*, 9/16/95 (min. 3) Season: 44.8, in 2005 (5-7)

n Individual

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

Number 84 73 72 71 70 69 69 67 65 65 Number 248 230 185 178 140 139 129 126 109 108

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

Player, Seasons Wayne Ross, 1984-85-86-87 Michael Hughes, 2004-05-06-07 Brian Stahovich, 2008-09-10 Brian Simnjanovski, 1999-00-01-02 Mike Jezulin, 1980-81 Don Copeland, 1997-98 Tim Thorn, 1972-73-74 Willie Buchanon, 1970-71 Noel Prefontaine, 1995-96 Joe Santos, 1988-89

n Single-Game Yards 3,435 3,163 3,128 2,915 2,812 2,797 2,782 2,747 2,674 2,653

Yards 10,402 9,768 7,887 7,627 5,794 5,318 5,157 4,751 4,469 4,287

n Average SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player, Season (No.-Yds.) Noel Prefontaine, 1996 (48-2,234) Mike Saxon, 1983 (57-2,592) Brian Stahovich, 2010 (53-2,406) Michael Hughes, 2005 (67-3,003) Michael Hughes, 2007 (72-3,163) Brian Stahovich, 2009 (61-2,674) Brian Simnjanovski, 2001 (63-2747) Don Copeland, 1997 (65-2,797) Noel Prefontaine, 1995 (52-2,235) Mike Jezulin, 1981 (55-2,359)

MOST YARDS Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Wayne Ross Michael Hughes Mike Jezulin Michael Hughes John Beck Michael Hughes Brian Stahovich Joe Santos Don Copeland Wayne Ross

MOST ATTEMPTS Pl. 1. 4. 7.

Player Michael Hughes Wayne Ross John Beck Michael Hughes Joe Santos Mike Jezulin Brian Stahovich Brian Stahovich Michael Hughes Justin Sisco Don Copeland Bill Kushner

HIGHEST AvERAGE Avg. 46.54 45.47 45.39 44.82 43.93 43.84 43.60 43.03 42.98 42.89

Pl. Player 1. Mike Saxon 2. Michael Hughes 3. Noel Prefontaine 4. Brian Stahovich 5. Michael Hughes 6. Noel Prefontaine 7. Mike Saxon 8. Michael Hughes 9. Brian Stahovich 10. Noel Prefontaine minimum four punts.

Punting Leaders

(Rk.) Opponent, Date vs. Brigham Young*, Nov. 29, 1986 at (9) Ohio State, Sept. 17, 2005 vs. New Mexico*, Nov. 22, 1980 vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 3, 2007 vs. Tennessee State, Sept. 15, 1967 at Wisconsin, Sept. 16, 2006 at Missouri, Sept. 18, 2010 at (7) Miami, Nov. 18, 1989 at Air Force*, Sept. 27, 1997 at (12) Oklahoma State, Sept. 24, 1984

No. 12 11 11 10 12 12 10 11 9 9

Yards 543 483 482 481 479 478 456 437 432 428

Avg. 45.3 43.9 43.8 48.1 39.9 39.8 45.6 39.7 48.0 47.6

(Rk.) Opponent, Date at Wisconsin, Sept. 16, 2006 vs. Brigham Young*, Nov. 29, 1986 vs. Tennessee State, Sept. 15, 1967 at (9) Ohio State, Sept. 17, 2005 at (7) Miami, Nov. 18, 1989 vs. New Mexico, Nov. 22, 1980 at Missouri, Sept. 18, 2010 at TCU*, Oct. 4 2008 vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 3, 2007 at Illinois, Sept. 11, 1999 at Southern California, Sept. 12, 1998 at (5) UCLA, Sept. 3, 1988

No. 12 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10

Yards 478 543 479 483 437 482 456 361 481 374 377 367

Avg. 39.8 45.3 39.9 43.9 39.7 43.8 45.6 36.1 48.1 37.4 37.7 36.7

(Rk.) Opponent, Date vs. BYU*, Oct. 22, 1983 at Air Force*, Nov. 17, 2007 at BYU*, Sept. 16, 1995 at Air Force*, Sept. 26, 2009 at Wyoming*, Nov. 4, 2006 vs. Air Force*, Nov. 28, 1996 at Hawai’i*, Oct. 1, 1983 at UNLV*, Oct. 8, 2005 at New Mexico State, Sept. 11, 2010 vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 11, 1995

No. 6 4 5 6 5 6 5 8 4 5

Yards 329 219 265 315 261 310 255 408 203 250

Avg. 54.833 54.750 53.000 52.500 52.200 51.667 51.000 51.000 50.750 50.000

CAREER

minimum 90 attempts Pl. Player, Seasons 1. Noel Prefontaine, 1995-96 2. Mike Saxon, 1982-83 3. Brian Simnjanovski, 1999-00-01-02 4. Brian Stahovich, 2008-09-10 5. Michael Hughes, 2004-05-06-07 6. Don Copeland, 1997-98 7. Wayne Ross, 1984-85-86-87 8. Mike Jezulin, 1980-81 9. Joe Santos, 1988-89 10. Ed Kaszycki, 1993-94

Avg. 44.7 44.1 42.8 42.6 42.5 42.2 41.9 41.7 40.8 38.5

Michael Hughes, a two-time All-American, ranks second in San Diego State history for most punting yards in a season and a career with 3,163 and 9,768, respectively.

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RECORDS

Miscellaneous Records Bold indicates record set by a current Aztec. * Indicates conference game. ^ - Indicates Division I era record.

n Team

Records

Most Wins Season: 11, in 1969 (11-0) and 1966 (11-0) Most Consecutive Wins Overall: 25, (10/23/65 - 11/18/67) Season: 11, in 1969 (11-0) and 1966 (11-0) Most Conference Wins Season: 7, in 1998 (7-1 WAC) and 1986 (7-1 WAC) MWC: 5, in 2010 (5-3) Most Returns for Touchdowns Game: 3, vs. Hawai’i, 10/11/96 Season: 6, in 1970 (9-2) Largest Winning Margin Game: 72, vs. UC Santa Barbara, 11/21/53 League: 72, vs. UC Santa Barbara, 11/21/53 MWC: 34 vs. UNLV, 11/27/10

LARGEST WINNING MARGIN Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Opponent, Date Pts. Santa Barbara*, Nov. 21, 1953 72 California Christian, Oct. 1, 1927 71 Cal Poly (SLO)*, Oct. 5, 1963 69 Cal State Los Angeles*, Oct. 27, 1951 64 UC Santa Barbara*, Nov. 14, 1970 58 at El Centro Junior College, Nov. 5, 1924 58 7. San Francisco State, Sept. 26, 1964 54 8. San Fernando Valley State*, Nov. 14, 1964 53 52 9. Utah*, Nov. 3, 1990 at Cal Poly (SLO)*, Oct. 3, 1964 52

Most First Downs Season: 305, in 1993 (6-6) Fewest First Downs Season: 80, in 1958 (3-5) DI Era : 187, in 2000 (3-8) Fewest First Downs Allowed Season: 86, in 1958 (3-5) DI Era: 134, in 1970 (9-2) Most First Downs Allowed Season: 322, in 2007 (4-8) Most First Downs Passing Season: 174, in 1990 (6-5)

Most First Downs Rushing Season: 133, in 1995 (8-4)

Most Penalty Yards Season: 1,144, in 1970 (9-2)

Most First Downs By Penalty Season: 27, in 1993 (6-6)

Fewest Fumbles Season: 13, in 2010 (9-4), 2007 (4-8) and 1992 (5-5-1)

FIRST DOWNS/SEASON Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Season 1993 (6-6) 1989 (6-5-1) 1991 (8-4-1) 1990 (6-5) 1995 (8-4) 2002 (4-9) 1987 (5-7) 8. 2010 (9-4) 1969 (11-0) 10. 1996 (8-3)

First Downs 305 292 291 287 282 281 281 264 264 260

Most Fumbles Season: 54, in 1955 (2-8) DI Era: 39, in 1973 (9-1-1) Fewest Fumbles Lost Season: 5, in 1992 (5-5-1) and 1961 (7-2-1) Most Fumbles Lost Season: 29, in 1955 (2-8) DI Era: 25, in 1973 (9-1-1)

Fewest Penalties Season: 27, in 1959 (1-6-1) DI Era: 66, in 2001 (3-8) Most Penalties Season: 110, in 1985 (5-6-1) Fewest Penalty Yards Season: 243, in 1959 (1-6-1) DI Era: 487, in 2000 (3-8)

During the 2003 and 2004 seasons, San Diego State’s “Darkside Defense” ranked among the nation’s best in four major defensive categories. In 2003, The Darkside finished the campaign ranked fourth in passing defense, eighth in opponent total offense,13th in scoring defense and 32nd in rushing defense. In 2004, the Aztecs ranked in the top 75 in Division I in the same four categories, finishing as high as 44th in rushing defense.

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RECORDS

Longest Plays PASSING PLAYS Yds. 97 92 90 87 87 87 86 85 85 84 83 83 83 82 82 82

Passer to Receiver, Opponent, Date (Result) Kevin O’Connell to Chaz Schilens vs. TCU*, Nov. 24, 2007 (L, 33-45) Brian Sipe to Robert West at Fresno State*, Oct. 30, 1971 (L, 10-17) Ryan Lindley to Vincent Brown vs. (25) Utah*, Nov. 20, 2010 (L, 34-38) J.R. Tolver to Kassim Osgood at Hawai'i, Dec. 7, 2002 (L, 40-41) Jack Hawley to Derrick Lewis at UNLV*, Nov. 20, 1999 (W, 37-7) Tim Gutierrez to Marshall Faulk at Fresno State*, Nov. 20, 1993 (L, 37-63) Dennis Shaw to Tom Nettles vs. Southern Mississippi, Nov. 9, 1968 (W, 68-7) Billy Blanton to Nate Jacquet at UNLV*, Nov. 16, 1996 (L, 42-44) Doug Matheson to Dan Laskowski vs. Weber State, Sept. 23, 1967 (W, 58-12) Todd Santos to Vince Warren vs. Colorado State*, Oct. 20, 1984 (W, 41-24) Mark Halda to Bobby Taylor vs. Miami, Oct. 13, 1979 (W, 31-20) Mark Halda to Steve Stapler vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 29, 1979 (W, 24-17) Jeff Atteberry to Mike Reed vs. UC Santa Barbara*, Nov. 14, 1970 (W, 65-7) Ryan Lindley to Vincent Brown vs. Utah State, Sept. 25, 2010 (W, 41-7) David Lowery to Darnay Scott at California, Sept. 11, 1993 (W, 22-20) Don Horn to Craig Scoggins vs. Cal State Los Angeles*, Nov. 26, 1966 (W, 39-12)

RUSHING PLAYS Yds. 98 93 92 92 92 88 86 85 79 77 76 75 75 75 75

Player, Opponent, Date (Result) Phil Prokop vs. Pepperdine*, Oct. 11, 1952 (W, 33-13) Ronnie Hillman at Missouri, Sept. 18, 2010 (L, 24-27) Chris Hardy vs. Texas-El Paso*, Nov. 16, 1985 (W, 34-6) Chris Hardy vs. Colorado State*, Sept. 28, 1985 (W, 48-23) Volney Quinlan vs. San Diego Marines, Oct, 13, 1951 (W, 34-18) Kern Carson at Fresno State*, Nov. 2, 1963 (W, 34-6) Ted Washington vs. North Dakota State, Nov. 5, 1966 (W, 36-0) Bob Tomlinson vs. Utah State, Sept. 19, 1947 (W, 24-19) Jesus Reyes vs. Texas-El Paso*, Nov. 21, 1998 (W, 34-29) Larry Ned at Utah*, Oct. 23, 1999 (L, 16-38) Bob Cozens vs. Caltech, Nov. 14, 1941 (W, 44-6) Ronnie Hillman at Missouri, Sept. 18, 2010 (L, 24-27) George Jones vs. Fresno State*, Oct. 14, 1995 (W, 48-24) Jimmy Pyles at New Mexico, Nov. 24, 1956 (L, 6-34) Jim Simmons vs. Cal Poly*, Nov. 19, 1949 (W, 40-19)

INTERCEPTION RETURNS Yds. 100 100 98 98 97 96 91 88 86 85 85 85

Player, Opponent, Date (Result) Harold Hicks vs. Hawai'i*, Nov. 22, 1986 (W, 35-5) Dave Croudip vs. Long Beach State, Oct. 23, 1982 (W, 51-17) Terrell Ward at New Mexico*, Oct. 6, 1979 (W, 35-7) Bob Jones vs. North Dakota State, Nov. 5, 1966 (W, 36-0) Tory Nixon at Air Force*, Sept. 1, 1984 (L, 16-34) James McMichael vs. LaVerne*, Oct. 19, 1935 (W, 14-6) Dick Weber at San Fernando Valley State*, Nov. 11, 1967 (W, 30-21) Ricky Parker at Oklahoma, Sept. 9, 1995 (L, 22-38) Joe Martin at UNLV*, Oct. 8, 2005 (L, 10-13) Jacob Elimimian at Texas-El Paso, Sept. 13, 2003 (W, 34-0) Bob Tomlinson at Fresno State*, Nov. 5, 1949 (W, 18-7) Eddie Preisler vs. San Diego Marines, Nov. 11, 1938 (W, 9-0)

KICKOFF RETURNS Yds. 100 100 99 98 97 96 96 93 91 89 87 85 85

Player, Opponent, Date (Result) Charlie Crews vs. Texas-El Paso*, Nov. 17, 1979 (W, 42-20) Mel Jacobs vs. North Texas State, Sept. 20, 1975 (W, 31-10) Mike Fox vs. Colorado State*, Nov. 20, 1982 (W, 38-10) Jon Robertson vs. Brigham Young, Oct. 3, 1970 (W, 31-11) Jim Sandusky at New Mexico*, Nov. 19, 1983 (L, 14-34) Jesus Reyes at Wyoming*, Nov. 1, 1997 (L, 17-41) Art Preston vs. Arizona State, Oct. 20, 1951 (T, 27-27) Davion Mauldin vs. Colorado State*, Oct. 25, 2008 (L, 34-38) Kern Carson at Cal State Los Angeles, Oct. 19, 1963 (L, 30-43) Mekell Wesley at UNLV*, Nov. 10, 2007 (W, 38-30) Art Preston vs. Cal Poly Pomona, Oct. 8, 1949 (W, 33-13) Az Hakim vs. Navy, Sept. 5, 1997 (W, 45-31) Art Delvaux vs. San Fernando Valley State*, Nov. 14, 1964 (W, 53-0)

86 80 79 79 78 76 75

Mel Jacobs vs. Texas-El Paso, Sept. 6, 1975 (W, 31-10) Gilbert Warren vs. Cal State Northridge, Nov. 3, 1962 (W, 39-0) Eric Lewis vs. San Jose State*, Nov. 8, 1997 (W, 48-21) Nate Wright at Fresno State*, Oct. 28, 1967 (W, 28-21) T.C. Wright vs. Long Beach State, Sept. 8, 1991 (W, 49-13) Webster Slaughter vs. New Mexico*, Nov. 23, 1985 (W, 52-20) Ray Peterson vs. Navy, Sept. 3, 1994 (W, 56-14)

FIELD GOALS Yds. 57 54 53 53 53 52 51 51 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50

Player, Opponent, Date (Result) Ed Corral at Air Force*, Sept. 20, 1980 (W, 13-10) Chris O'Brien at Air Force*, Nov. 2, 1985 (L, 10-31) Abel Perez vs. UNLV*, Nov. 27, 2010 (W, 48-14) Peter Holt at Colorado State*, 1996 (L, 18-27) Steve LaPlant vs. Arizona, Nov. 8, 1975 (L, 24-31) Dave Meyer at New Mexico*, Oct. 3, 1981 (W, 17-15) J.C. Mejia at Colorado State*, Nov. 15, 2003 (L, 6-21) Chris O'Brien vs. New Mexico*, Nov. 17, 1984 (W, 37-31) Garrett Palmer at Arizona State, Sept. 15, 2007 (L, 13-34) Garrett Palmer vs. Nevada, Sept. 25, 2004 (W, 27-10) Nate Tandberg vs. New Mexico*, Oct. 11, 1997 (L, 21-36) Andy Trakas vs. Long Beach State, Sept. 15, 1990 (W, 38-20) Andy Trakas at Miami, Nov. 18, 1989 (L, 6-42) Tyler Ackerson at Stanford, Sept. 17, 1988 (L, 10-31) Chris O'Brien vs. New Mexico*, Nov. 17, 1984 (W, 37-31) Marco Morales at Air Force*, Sept. 11, 1982 (L, 32-44) Steve Duncan vs. Cal State Fullerton, Sept. 10, 1977 (W, 34-17)

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Yds. Player, Opponent, Date (Result) 89 Brian Stahovich at Wyoming*, Oct. 30, 2010 (W, 48-38) 82 Noel Prefontaine at New Mexico*, Oct. 19, 1996 (W, 48-42) 80 Mike Saxon at Brigham Young*, Nov. 13, 1982 (L, 8-58) 78 Michael Hughes at UNLV*, Oct. 8, 2005 (L, 10-13) 76 Joe Duke vs. San Diego Marines, Nov. 21, 1959 (L, 6-64) 75 Michael Hughes vs. Wyoming*, Nov. 3, 2007 (W, 27-24) 73 Michael Hughes at Colorado State*, Nov. 12, 2005 (W, 30-10) 73 Ed Mendez vs. Long Beach State*, Oct. 12, 1963 (W, 33-8) 70 Noel Prefontaine vs. Air Force*, Nov. 28, 1996 (W, 28-23) 70 Jack Henley vs. Cal Poly Pomona, Oct. 28, 1950 (W, 49-20) 69 Mike Saxon vs. Brigham Young*, Nov. 22, 1983 (W, 32-7) 68 Tim Thorn at Kent State, Sept. 30, 1972 (W, 14-0) * - Indicates conference game.

n All Yds. 100 100 100 100 99 99 98 98 97 97

Opponent Plays

Player, Opponent (Rk.), Date (Result) Will Allen interception return, at (2) Ohio State, Sept. 9, 2003 Emmanuel Franklin interception return, at Arizona State, Sept. 8, 2001 Dexter Wynn kickoff return, vs. Colorado State, Oct. 28, 2000 Jessie Kendrick kickoff return, vs. Cal State Los Angeles, Oct. 25, 1952 Terry Peel pass to Robert Ford, at Houston, Oct. 14, 1972 Roy Ross kickoff return, vs. Texas-El Paso, Nov. 24, 1990 Paul Oates pass to Sean Foster, vs. Long Beach State, Oct. 14, 1989 Mike Harris kickoff return, vs. Tampa, Sept. 21, 1974 Troy Reffett interception return, at Texas-El Paso, Nov. 12, 1988 Jimmy Pyles rush, vs. San Diego Marines, Nov. 8, 1958

PUNT RETURNS Yds. 95 91 90 88 87

Player, Opponent, Date (Result) Damon Gourdine vs. Utah*, Oct. 24, 1998 (W, 21-20) Ray Peterson vs. Fresno State*, Nov. 21, 1992 (L, 41-45) Jim Sandusky at Utah*, Sept. 17, 1983 (L, 24-27) Art Preston at Pepperdine, Oct. 1, 1949 (W, 9-7) Kyle Conerly vs. UNLV*, Oct. 26, 2002 (W, 31-21)

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Attendance Records LARGEST HOME GAME ATTENDANCE Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Att. Opponent Date Result 59,473 (16) Iowa (HB) Dec. 30, 1986 L, 38-39 57,216 Idaho State (so) (FW) Sept. 4, 2004 W, 38-21 56,737 Brigham Young* Nov. 16, 1991 T, 52-52 55,868 San Jose State (FW) Sept. 24, 2005 W, 52-21 53,794 Utah (FW)* Sept. 23, 2006 L, 7-38 53,611 vs. Southern California (HC) Sept. 5, 1992 T, 31-31 53,611 Arizona Nov. 8, 1975 L, 24-31 8. 53,110 Portland State (FW) Sept. 22, 2007 W, 52-17 9. 52,108 (1) Miami Nov. 28, 1992 L, 17-63 10. 50,710 UCLA (so) Sept. 3, 2005 L, 21-44 11. 50,453 (13) Florida State Nov. 19, 1977 W, 41-16 12. 50,338 (19) UCLA Sept. 20, 1986 L, 14-45 13. 50,318 (4) UCLA Sept. 9, 1984 L, 15-18 14. 50,021 (23) Hawai’i Nov. 14, 1992 W, 52-28 15. 49,466 Texas-El Paso Oct. 17, 1992 W, 49-27 16. 48,817 North Texas State Nov. 22, 1969 W, 42-24 17. 48,632 Pacific* Nov. 8, 1969 W, 58-32 18. 48,049 Navy (PB) Dec. 23, 2010 W, 35-14 19. 47,605 UC Santa Barbara* Oct. 25, 1969 W, 55-13 20. 47,125 Montana State Nov. 18, 1967 W, 14-3 * - indicates conference game. so - indicates season opener; FW - indicates KGB SkyShow; HB Holiday Bowl; PB - Poinsettia Bowl; HC - Ralph’s Holiday Classic.

YEAR-BY-YEAR ATTENDANCE Year 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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All Gms. 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 12 11 13 11 12 11 12 11 12 12 11 11 11 13 12 11 12 12 12 12 12 13

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

Overall Total 354,938 312,466 231,022 279,168 261,893 294,617 323,717 314,962 354,739 312,434 379,955 352,968 391,934 359,464 248,626 372,895 339,385 310,297 385,968 270,224 319,800 299,133 461,660 457,556 461,122 362,640 416,559 283,032 439,923 325,944 361,894 326,081 378,840 394,023 396,227 480,708 465,423 395,339 390,436 380,105 328,151 452,481

Overall Average 32,267 28,406 21,002 25,278 23,808 26,783 29,428 28,633 32,249 28,403 34,541 32,088 35,630 29,955 20,719 31,074 28,282 28,208 32,164 24,565 26,650 27,193 35,512 41,596 38,426 32,967 34,713 25,730 36,660 29,361 32,899 29,643 34,440 30,309 33,019 43,701 38,785 32,945 32,536 31,675 27,346 34,806

Home Gms. 6 7 7 7 7 8 6 8 7 5 6 6 5 6 5 7 7 7 6 5 7 6 7 6 7 6 7 6 5 6 5 5 6 5 6 5 6 6 6 6 6 7

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Home Record 6 0 0 6 1 0 5 2 0 7 0 0 6 1 0 7 0 1 4 2 0 7 1 0 7 0 0 4 1 0 5 1 0 2 4 0 2 3 0 5 1 0 1 4 0 3 3 1 5 2 0 4 3 0 4 2 0 2 3 0 4 2 1 5 1 0 5 1 1 2 3 1 4 3 0 3 3 0 5 2 0 6 0 0 3 2 0 4 2 0 2 3 0 0 5 0 2 4 0 2 3 0 4 2 0 3 2 0 3 3 0 3 3 0 2 4 0 2 4 0 3 3 0 6 1 0

ROAD/NEUTRAL GAME ATTENDANCE Rk. Att. Opponent 1. 109,432 at (17) Michigan 2. 104,533 at (9) Ohio State 3. 104,433 at (2) Ohio State 4. 102,432 at Ohio State 5. 81,090 at Wisconsin 6. 80,795 at Notre Dame 7. 80,000 vs. Air Force* (MB) 8. 76,864 at Wisconsin 9. 76,340 at Wisconsin 10. 71,119 at (14) Oklahoma 11. 71,081 at (3) Washington 12. 65,407 at (11) Brigham Young* 13. 65,261 at Brigham Young* 14. 64,471 at Brigham Young* 15. 64,431 at Brigham Young* 16. 64,107 at Brigham Young* 17. 64,050 at (4) Brigham Young* 18. 62,176 at Brigham Young* 19. 62,168 at Missouri 20. 61,194 at Brigham Young* 21. 60,804 at Brigham Young* 22. 60,044 at (4) Brigham Young* 23. 59,362 at Brigham Young* 24. 58,576 at (23) Brigham Young* 25. 57,221 at Brigham Young* MB - Mirage Bowl (Tokyo, Japan)

Home Total 246,834 236,845 182,471 215,715 212,407 229,524 252,242 278,889 274,068 179,047 236,978 149,068 171,829 122,711 89,743 163,650 136,396 249,809 137,464 111,992 143,236 132,365 232,689 280,601 269,339 191,271 215,386 170,498 130,109 155,181 149,398 117,244 135,109 126,316 135,754 179,976 217,339 175,364 167,637 146,255 146,785 238,930

Home Average 41,139 33,835 26,047 30,816 30,201 28,691 42,040 34,861 38,153 35,809 39,978 24,450 34,366 20,452 17,949 23,378 19,485 35,687 22,911 22,398 20,462 22,061 33,241 46,766 38,477 31,879 30,769 28,416 26,022 25,864 29,880 23,449 22,518 25,263 22,626 35,995 36,223 29,227 27,940 24,376 24,464 34,133

Largest Home Crowd 48,817 vs. North Texas State 46,294 vs. Fresno State 39,464 vs. Pacific 39,048 vs. Iowa State 38,627 vs. Iowa State 35,344 vs. Fresno State 53,611 vs. Arizona 41,756 vs. Brigham Young 50,453 vs. (13) Florida State 42,424 vs. Fresno State (so) 46,121 vs. Brigham Young 28,212 vs. UNLV 45,750 vs. Iowa State (so) 24,938 vs. Long Beach State 25,232 vs. Long Beach State 49,220 vs. (4) UCLA (so) 30,886 vs. Long Beach State (so) 59,473 vs. (16) Iowa (Holiday Bowl) 28,645 vs. Utah (so) 27,142 vs. Hawai’i 31,639 vs. UCLA 34,201 vs. Miami 56,737 vs. Brigham Young 53,611 vs. Southern California (HC) 44,669 vs. UCLA 40,922 vs. California 41,603 vs. Colorado State 34,812 vs. Oklahoma 29,869 vs. San Jose State 37,471 vs. Wisconsin (so) 40,836 vs. Brigham Young 30,931 vs. Arizona State (so) 30,064 vs. Brigham Young 33,610 vs. UCLA 32,137 vs. Brigham Young 57,216 vs. Idaho State (so) (FW) 55,868 vs. San Jose State (FW) 53,794 vs. Utah (FW) 53,110 vs. Portland State (FW) 43,630 vs. Air Force (FW) 42,137 vs. Southern Utah (FW) 48,049 vs. Navy (Poinsettia Bowl)

Date Sept. 18, 2004 Sept. 17, 2005 Sept. 9, 2003 Oct. 20, 2001 Sept. 16, 2006 Sept. 6, 2008 Nov. 29, 1981 Sept. 20, 1997 Oct. 4, 1980 Sept. 9, 1995 Sept. 13, 1997 Oct. 12, 1985 Sept. 10, 1992 Nov. 13, 1982 Nov. 7, 1987 Nov. 15, 2008 Nov. 10, 1984 Oct. 9, 2010 Sept. 8, 1979 Oct. 21, 2000 Oct. 7, 2006 Sept. 22, 1990 Nov. 2, 2002 Nov. 10, 1994 Sept. 16, 1995

Result L, 21-24 L, 6-27 L, 13-16 L, 12-27 L, 0-14 L, 13-21 L, 16-21 L, 10-36 L, 12-35 L, 22-38 L, 3-36 L, 0-28 W, 45-38 L, 8-58 L, 21-38 L, 12-41 L, 3-34 L, 21-24 L, 15-45 W, 16-15 L, 17-47 L, 34-62 L, 10-34 L, 28-35 L, 19-31


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Punter Noel Prefontaine was one of six Aztecs to earn all-Western Athletic Conference first-team honors in 1996.

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Offense Year-By-Year Conf. Rushing--------------------------------------Season G W-L-T Pct. W-L-T Pct. Place No. Yds. TDs YPG YPC 1949 9 6-3 .667 3-1 .750 2nd 432 1,771 196.8 4.1 9 5-3-1 .611 3-0-1 .875 1st 403 1,561 18 173.4 3.9 1950 11 10-0-1 .954 4-0 1.000 1st 417 2,083 30 208..3 5.0 1951 1952 9 4-5 .444 2-2 .500 3rd 427 2,425 269.4 5.7 9 5-3-1 .611 3-1-1 .700 2nd 387 1,959 28 217.7 5.1 1953 1954 9 5-4 .556 2-2 .500 2nd 404 1,782 20 198.0 4.4 1955 10 2-8 .200 no conference standings 390 988 5 98.8 2.5 1956 9 4-3-2 .556 2-1-1 .625 t-2nd 419 1,522 169.1 3.6 1957 9 2-7 .222 0-1 .000 5th 340 933 103.7 2.7 1958 8 3-5 .375 1-4 .200 4th 262 637 9 79.6 2.4 8 1-6-1 .187 0-5 .000 6th 278 880 4 110.0 3.2 1959 1960 8 1-6-1 .187 0-5 .000 6th 922 4 115.3 1961 10 7-2-1 .750 2-2-1 .500 3rd 442 2,140 24 214.0 4.8 10 8-2 .800 5-0 1.000 1st 490 2,317 31 231.7 4.7 1962 1963 9 7-2 .778 3-1 .750 t-1st 417 1,977 30 219.7 4.7 1964 10 8-2 .800 4-1 .800 2nd 408 2,150 32 215.0 5.2 1965 10 8-2 .800 3-2 .600 3rd 382 2,022 22 202.2 5.3 1966 11 11-0 1.000 5-0 1.000 1st 361 1,585 18 158.5 4.4 1967 11 10-1 .909 5-0 1.000 1st 449 1,738 21 173.8 3.8 1968 10 9-0-1 .950 independent 489 1,813 25 181.3 3.7 1969 11 11-0 1.000 6-0 1.000 1st 423 1,580 18 158.0 3.7 1970 11 9-2 .818 5-1 .833 t-1st 465 1,438 16 130.7 3.1 1971 11 8-4 .667 5-1 .833 t-4th 371 763 14 69.4 2.0 1972 11 10-1 .909 4-0-0 1.000 1st 502 1,728 17 157.1 3.4 1973 11 9-1-1 .863 3-0-1 .875 1st 434 1,422 18 129.3 3.2 1974 11 8-2-1 .773 4-0 1.000 1st 489 2,025 22 184.1 4.1 1975 11 8-3 .727 3-2 .600 1st 396 1,316 18 119.5 3.3 1976 11 10-1 .909 independent 559 2,060 17 187.2 3.7 1977 11 10-1 .909 independent 418 1,890 19 171.8 4.5 1978 11 4-7 .363 2-4 .300 6th 503 1,880 13 170.9 3.7 1979 11 8-3 .727 5-2 .714 t-2nd 512 1,194 20 108.5 3.9 1980 12 4-8 .333 4-4 .500 4th 504 1,151 12 95.9 2.3 1981 11 6-5 .545 3-5 .375 6th 342 839 16 76.2 2.5 1982 12 7-5-0 .583 4-3 .571 t-3rd 411 1,169 12 97.4 2.8 1983 12 2-9-1 .208 1-6-1 .187 8th 373 920 10 76.7 2.5 1984 12 4-7-1 .375 4-3-1 .562 t-4th 400 1,141 19 95.1 2.9 1985 12 5-6-1 .458 3-4-1 .438 6th 390 1,795 16 149.6 4.6 1986 12 8-4 .667 7-1 .875 1st 443 1,029 15 93.5 2.3 1987 12 5-7 .417 4-4 .500 5th 415 1,273 20 106.1 3.1 1988 11 3-8 .273 3-5 .375 t-6th 433 1,161 16 105.5 2.7 1989 12 6-5-1 .542 4-3 .571 t-5th 502 1,913 30 159.4 3.8 1990 11 6-5 .545 5-2 .714 3rd 442 1,712 28 155.6 3.9 1991 13 8-4-1 .654 6-1-1 .813 2nd 521 2,476 30 206.3 4.8 1992 11 5-5-1 .500 5-3 .625 4th 421 2,012 18 182.9 4.8 1993 12 6-6 .500 4-4 .500 t-6th 449 1,750 23 145.8 3.9 1994 11 4-7 .364 2-6 .250 8th 405 1,236 14 112.4 3.1 1995 12 8-4 .667 5-3 .625 5th 487 2,433 27 202.8 5.0 1996 11 8-3 .727 6-2 .750 *t-2nd 443 1,905 22 173.2 4.3 1997 12 5-7 .417 4-4 .500 *t-4th 441 1,356 9 113.0 3.1 1998 11 7-5 .583 7-1 .875 *t-1st 472 2,052 17 186.6 4.4 1999 11 5-6 .455 3-4 .429 t-5th 441 1936 14 176.0 4.4 2000 11 3-8 .273 3-4 .429 t-5th 365 854 10 77.6 2.3 2001 11 3-8 .273 2-5 .286 7th 429 1,627 17 147.9 3.8 2002 13 4-9 .308 4-3 .571 t-3rd 370 948 9 72.9 2.6 2003 12 6-6 .500 3-4 .429 t-4th 413 1,470 11 122.5 3.6 2004 11 4-7 .364 2-5 .286 7th 377 1,432 9 130.2 3.8 2005 12 5-7 .417 4-4 .500 t-4th 458 1,770 16 147.5 3.9 2006 12 3-9 .250 3-5 .375 t-6th 423 1,430 10 119.2 3.4 2007 12 4-8 .333 3-5 .375 6th 359 1,247 19 103.9 3.5 2008 12 2-10 .166 1-7 .125 t-8th 284 878 11 73.2 3.1 2009 12 4-8 .333 2-6 .250 7th 328 940 8 78.3 2.9 2010 13 9-4 .692 5-3 .625 t-3rd 439 2,097 29 161.3 4.8 * - Denotes WAC Pacific Division finish. CR - Conference ranking. NR - National ranking.

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Passing-----------------------------------------------------Att. Com. Int. TDs Yards Rating 164 71 18 10 967 91.0 171 83 17 13 1,275 116.4 219 107 12 17 1,585 124.3 200 86 16 12 1,145 94.9 136 50 17 5 812 74.1 147 58 13 6 585 68.7 159 75 18 5 930 84.0 136 56 12 5 845 87.9 175 68 17 6 1,088 83.0 167 68 14 9 888 86.4 140 66 16 7 742 85.3 111 64 9 2 475 83.3 124 62 3 10 1,079 144.9 117 66 8 9 1,018 141.2 147 68 7 13 1,287 139.5 250 132 10 27 2,076 150.2 256 160 13 25 2,083 152.2 299 166 17 19 2,681 140.4 220 114 11 15 1,819 133.8 278 150 17 21 2,370 138.3 417 244 28 43 3,742 154.5 390 215 24 28 3,029 131.8 409 211 27 18 2,765 109.7 327 184 25 18 2,525 124.0 385 247 24 24 3,355 145.5 358 174 18 15 2,496 110.9 411 238 27 17 3,204 123.9 215 125 8 5 1,371 111.9 331 192 16 26 2,685 142.4 378 212 15 14 2,347 112.5 338 174 25 13 2,426 109.7 366 183 24 7 2,028 89.7 447 265 15 21 3,366 131.3 455 250 18 21 3,264 122.5 403 216 25 14 2,835 111.8 360 198 16 12 2,542 116.4 437 269 21 24 3,447 136.3 390 241 12 14 2,766 127.1 509 314 16 26 3,990 138.1 387 220 18 7 2,473 107.2 449 262 20 16 3,697 130.4 485 287 8 29 4,086 146.4 433 228 15 22 3,263 125.8 386 201 11 22 2,764 125.3 465 269 14 28 3,836 141.0 410 257 16 27 3,244 143.1 396 246 14 24 3,352 146.2 360 235 5 29 3,336 166.9 359 186 16 18 2,638 121.2 270 144 11 8 1,616 105.2 331 175 11 17 2,270 120.8 376 194 13 7 2,501 106.7 333 160 15 5 1,927 92.6 584 352 10 24 4,302 132.3 442 241 17 10 2,609 103.9 444 240 17 16 2,691 109.2 401 246 14 20 2,779 129.0 294 171 17 8 1,804 107.1 458 270 9 16 3,272 126.6 489 271 11 16 2,871 111.0 448 246 16 25 3,163 125.5 426 244 14 28 3,840 148.1

YPG 107.4 141.7 158.5 127.2 90.2 65.0 93.0 93.9 120.9 111.0 92.8 59.4 107.9 101.8 143.0 207.6 208.3 268.1 181.9 237.0 374.2 275.4 251.4 229.5 305.0 226.9 291.3 124.6 244.1 213.4 220.5 169.0 306.0 272.0 236.3 211.8 287.3 251.5 332.5 224.8 308.1 371.5 271.9 251.3 319.7 294.9 279.3 303.3 219.8 146.9 206.4 227.4 175.2 330.9 217.4 244.6 231.6 150.3 272.7 239.3 263.6 295.4

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4 1 5 4 2 4 5 3 2 3 3 4 11 5 3 5 1 3 4 5 8 2 4 2 1


HISTORY

Offense Year-By-Year Total Offense------------------------------Season Plays Yards YPP YPG 1949 596 2,738 4.6 304.2 574 2,836 4.9 315.1 1950 636 3,668 5.8 366.8 1951 1952 627 3,570 5.7 396.6 523 2,771 5.3 307.9 1953 1954 551 2,352 4.3 261.3 1955 549 1,918 3.5 191.8 1956 558 2,367 4.2 263.0 1957 515 2,021 3.9 224.6 1958 429 1,525 3.5 190.6 418 1,622 3.8 202.8 1959 1960 1,397 139.7 1961 566 3,219 5.5 321.9 607 3,335 5.5 333.5 1962 1963 564 3,264 5.8 362.7 1964 658 4,226 6.4 426.6 1965 638 4,105 6.3 410.5 1966 660 4,266 6.4 426.6 1967 669 3,557 5.3 355.7 1968 767 4,183 5.4 418.3 1969 840 5,322 6.3 532.2 1970 855 4,467 5.2 406.1 1971 780 3,528 4.5 320.1 1972 829 4,254 5.1 386.7 1973 819 4,777 5.8 434.3 1974 847 4,521 5.3 411.0 1975 806 4,520 5.6 410.8 1976 774 3,431 4.4 311.9 1977 749 4,575 6.1 415.9 1978 881 4,227 4.8 384.3 1979 850 4,420 5.2 401.8 1980 870 3,179 3.65 264.9 1981 789 4,205 5.32 382.2 1982 866 4,433 5.12 369.4 1983 776 3,755 4.84 312.9 1984 760 3,683 4.85 306.9 1985 827 5,242 6.34 436.8 1986 833 3,795 4.6 345.0 1987 924 5,263 5.7 438.58 1988 820 3,634 4.4 330.4 1989 951 5,610 5.9 467.5 1990 927 5,798 6.3 527.9 1991 955 5,739 6.0 478.3 1992 807 4,776 5.9 434.2 1993 914 5,586 6.1 465.5 1994 815 4,480 5.5 407.3 1995 883 5,785 6.6 482.1 1996 813 5,241 6.5 476.5 1997 800 3,994 5.0 332.8 1998 742 3,668 4.9 333.5 1999 772 4,206 5.4 382.4 2000 804 3,852 4.8 305.0 2001 762 3,554 4.7 323.1 2002 954 5,250 5.5 403.8 2003 855 4,079 4.8 339.9 2004 821 4,123 5.0 374.8 2005 859 4,549 5.3 379.1 2006 717 3,234 4.5 269.5 2007 817 4,519 5.5 376.6 2008 773 3,749 4.8 312.4 2009 776 4,103 5.3 341.9 2010 865 5,937 6.9 456.7 CR - Conference ranking. NR - National ranking.

NR

CR

8 8

1 1 3 1 1 1 1

10 68 7 3 6 13 11 26 7 8 76 75 49 103 98 29 88 56 58 108 73 99 86 16

8 3 8 3 2 2 3 4 7 1 3 10 12 4 6 8 2 6 4 7 9 5 8 7 2

Scoring----------Points PPG 195 21.7 212 23.6 352 35.2 238 26.4 230 25.6 177 19.7 65 6.5 149 16.6 77 8.6 84 10.5 74 9.3 53 6.6 231 23.1 294 29.4 317 35.2 423 42.3 353 35.3 289 28.9 292 29.2 377 34.3 464 46.4 364 33.1 245 22.3 266 24.2 321 29.2 292 26.5 320 29.0 197 17.9 349 31.7 242 22.0 286 26.0 161 13.4 279 25.3 308 25.7 221 18.4 265 22.1 348 29.0 254 23.1 357 29.8 204 18.5 368 30.7 459 41.7 403 33.6 334 30.4 413 34.4 332 30.2 401 33.4 428 38.9 257 21.4 230 20.9 272 24.7 170 15.5 184 16.7 309 23.8 224 18.7 234 21.3 323 26.9 170 14.2 301 25.1 231 19.3 280 23.3 455 35.0

NR

17 79 19 3 14 14 14 23 12 8 77 78 68 106 111 82 102 91 56 113 76 104 85 20

CR

7 3 7 5 2 2 3 3 5 1 3 12 10 5 8 8 6 7 6 6 9 6 8 6 2

First Downs-------Fumbles----Rush Pass Pen Total No-Lost 116 79 50 2 131 31-17 127 19 164 14 135 21 111 17 57 43 7 107 54-29 73 38 4 115 22-14 49 40 4 93 30-17 34 43 3 80 20-13 55 26 7 88 15-8 87 116 27 5 148 19-5 125 45 5 169 30-16 115 43 8 166 20-10 106 83 12 201 23-9 95 77 11 183 34-22 68 105 14 188 29-17 82 64 11 157 30-19 96 92 12 200 22-13 98 152 14 264 19-14 110 102 22 234 24-16 58 116 16 190 34-17 89 106 15 210 32-20 72 164 15 251 39-25 107 115 20 242 37-20 77 148 17 242 29-17 114 68 11 193 34-16 89 112 11 212 23-9 123 109 21 253 29-18 114 96 14 224 36-22 85 89 18 192 31-15 61 144 20 225 24-9 79 133 20 232 26-17 57 127 17 201 16-8 66 109 17 192 23-11 94 149 16 259 38-17 84 127 12 233 19-8 87 169 25 281 27-19 70 124 11 205 26-8 108 166 18 292 24-12 95 174 18 287 20-7 127 143 21 291 26-14 104 110 16 230 13-5 110 168 27 305 20-12 96 131 16 243 28-15 133 132 17 282 21-13 101 147 12 260 17-7 77 107 15 199 25-10 101 76 15 192 20-9 108 92 17 217 25-13 64 109 14 187 22-11 85 88 15 188 23-13 68 188 25 281 24-17 84 118 20 222 21-12 85 115 18 218 21-10 94 126 19 239 23-12 85 74 16 175 26-8 70 136 12 218 13-7 59 129 19 207 17-14 50 145 19 214 17-9 92 154 18 264 13-8

SDSU Miscellaneous-------TOs ToP Pen-Yds 34 31 30 38 30 47 26 34 27 22

52-491 660 599 442 64-579 43-383 378 42-333 29-275 27-243

1,167 1,237 1,237 869 1,005 1,084 1,115 852 974 906

Punts 58-33.6 50-32.8 53-33.5 42-31.7 37-32.8 50-31.7 51-35.8 40-31.9 55-37.2 49-34.6 45-38.2

8 24 17 19 35 34 30 30 42 40 44 45 49 38 44 24 25 33 47 39 24 35 33 27 29 20 35 26 32 15 29 16 26 31 27 12 26 20 24 24 28 27 29 27 26 25 16 25 25 22

44-468 42-406 70-668 88-839 88-832 77-817 84-888 72-643 78-882 106-1,144 86-891 80-779 76-826 83-864 80-794 67-672 90-986 84-854 86-890 87-884 91-967 105-1,004 94-707 99-742 110-917 86-678 109-908 75-673 90-831 92-829 97-893 75-615 102-838 79-567 94-875 84-631 103-907 78-679 80-670 58-487 66-566 82-686 81-737 89-817 72-566 71-260 72-602 73-612 67-570 77-672

960 1,258 1,212 1,096 982 838 1,366 761 1,667 1,328 1,235 909 1,199 1,234 1,039 786 1,071 1,154 1,332 1,468 1,193 1,323 1,370 1,411 988 1,264 1,581 1,738 1,344 1,080 1,421 4,399 1,440 1,363 1,610 1,597 1,315 1,229 985 1,170 1,256 1,450 1,007 1,131 1,124 1,057 1,632 1,518 1,525 1,020

36-35.0 29-36.3 33-39.3 40-34.9 39-40.3 45-41.9 62-38.0 60-35.3 36-33.8 65-37.0 70-36.5 58-38.2 50-32.5 56-35.9 37-36.9 66-36.8 56-38.1 50-37.9 51-41.7 86-39.9 57-41.7 76-37.5 74-44.0 76-42.5 48-41.5 69-40.3 60-42.6 71-39.8 55-39.8 50-37.1 61-37.6 32-11.1 55-36.1 59-38.4 52-43.0 48-46.5 66-42.4 63-40.0 57-36.8 81-40.5 67-41.4 65-39.2 71-41.1 62-36.0 67-44.8 64-39.9 73-43.6 72-39.1 62-43.7 55-43.7

27:59 28:41 31:06 30:44 29:17 31:03 27:47 30:13 29:24 28:56 29:55 27:14 26:14 27:47 28:15

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Defense Year-By-Year Conf. Rushing--------------------------------------Season G W-L-T Pct. W-L-T Pct. Place No. Yds. TDs YPG YPC 9 6-3 .667 3-1 .750 2nd 1,307 145.2 1949 1950 9 5-3-1 .611 3-0-1 .875 1st 1,539 171.0 1951 11 10-0-1 .954 4-0 1.000 1st 1,497 149.7 9 4-5 .444 2-2 .500 3rd 2,049 227.7 1952 1953 9 5-3-1 .611 3-1-1 .700 2nd 1,052 116.9 1954 9 5-4 .556 2-2 .500 2nd 364 1,354 150.4 10 2-8 .200 no conference standings 438 1,787 178.7 1955 1956 9 4-3-2 .556 2-1-1 .625 t-2nd 350 1,820 202.2 1957 9 2-7 .222 0-1 .000 5th 423 2,181 242.3 8 3-5 .375 1-4 .200 4th 419 2,052 256.5 1958 1959 8 1-6-1 .187 0-5 .000 6th 2,001 23 250.1 8 1-6-1 .187 0-5 .000 6th 1,313 164.1 1960 10 7-2-1 .750 2-2-1 .500 4th 385 1,573 157.3 4.1 1961 1962 10 8-2 .800 5-0 1.000 1st 374 1,403 140.3 3.8 9 7-2 .778 3-1 .750 t-1st 323 1,123 9 124.8 3.5 1963 1964 10 8-2 .800 4-1 .800 2nd 349 617 5 61.7 1.8 10 8-2 .800 3-2 .600 3rd 354 510 4 51.0 1.4 1965 11 11-0 1.000 5-0 1.000 1st 356 747 7 74.7 2.1 1966 1967 11 10-1 .909 5-0 1.000 1st 409 880 4 80.0 2.2 1968 10 9-0-1 .950 independent 398 1,001 9 100.1 2.5 1969 11 11-0 1.000 6-0 1.000 1st 411 1,069 15 106.9 2.6 1970 11 9-2 .818 5-1 .833 t-1st 512 1,201 10 109.2 2.3 1971 11 8-4 .667 5-1 .833 t-4th 549 1,534 20 139.5 2.8 1972 11 10-1 .909 4-0 1.000 1st 506 1,608 9 146.2 3.2 1973 11 9-1-1 .863 3-0-1 .875 1st 551 1,820 10 165.5 3.3 1974 11 8-2-1 .773 4-0 1.000 1st 527 1,807 11 164.3 3.4 1975 11 8-3 .727 3-2 .600 1st 507 1,449 10 131.7 2.8 1976 11 10-1 .909 independent 498 1,713 10 155.7 3.4 1977 11 10-1 .909 independent 512 1,243 13 113.0 2.4 1978 11 4-7 .363 2-4 .300 t-5th 530 2,191 20 199.2 4.1 1979 11 8-3 .727 5-2 .714 t-6th 513 2,024 18 184.0 3.9 1980 12 4-8 .333 4-4 .500 4th 626 2,357 21 196.4 3.8 1981 11 6-5 .545 3-5 .375 6th 517 1,891 17 171.9 3.7 1982 12 7-5-0 .583 4-3-0 .571 t-3rd 517 2,166 19 151.5 3.5 1983 12 2-9-1 .208 1-6-1 .187 8th 639 3,323 30 250.8 4.7 1984 12 4-7-1 .375 4-3-1 .562 t-4th 548 2,307 14 160.1 3.5 1985 12 5-6-1 .458 3-4-1 .438 6th 517 2,423 23 167.3 3.9 1986 12 8-4 .667 7-1 .875 1st 393 1,373 10 124.8 3.5 1987 12 5-7 .417 4-4 .500 5th 508 2,219 36 184.9 4.4 1988 11 3-8 .273 3-5 .375 t-6th 495 2,528 35 229.8 5.1 1989 12 6-5-1 .542 4-3 .571 t-5th 454 2,171 27 180.9 4.8 1990 11 6-5 .545 5-2 .714 3rd 399 1,681 27 152.8 4.2 1991 13 8-4-1 .654 6-1-1 .813 2nd 453 1,790 22 149.2 4.0 1992 12 5-5-1 .500 5-3 .625 4th 477 2,189 21 199.0 4.6 1993 12 6-6 .500 4-4 .500 t-6th 480 2,222 24 185.2 4.6 1994 11 4-7 .364 2-6 .250 8th 497 2,036 18 185.1 4.1 1995 12 8-4 .667 5-3 .625 5th 451 1,898 13 158.2 4.2 1996 11 8-3 .727 6-2 .750 *t-2nd 460 1,882 23 171.1 4.1 1997 12 5-7 .417 4-4 .500 *t-4th 517 1,912 20 159.3 3.7 1998 12 7-5 .583 7-1 .875 * t-1st 431 1,477 10 134.4 3.4 1999 11 5-6 .455 3-4 .429 t-5th 425 1,188 2.8 108.0 2.8 2000 11 3-8 .273 3-4 .429 t-5th 455 1,602 15 145.6 3.5 2001 11 3-8 .273 2-5 .286 7th 444 1,546 18 140.6 3.5 2002 13 4-9 .308 4-3 .571 t-3rd 568 2,226 19 171.2 3.9 2003 12 6-6 .500 3-4 .429 t-4th 468 1,944 5 129.5 3.3 2004 11 4-7 .364 2-5 .286 7th 451 1,526 13 138.7 3.4 2005 12 5-7 .417 4-4 .500 t-4th 514 2,223 30 185.2 4.3 2006 12 3-9 .250 3-5 .375 t-6th 489 2,169 14 180.8 4.4 2007 12 4-8 .333 3-5 .375 6th 547 2,898 28 241.5 5.3 2008 12 2-10 .166 1-7 .125 t-8th 583 2,970 35 247.5 5.1 2009 12 4-8 .333 2-6 .250 7th 503 1,986 23 165.5 3.9 2010 13 9-4 .692 5-3 .625 t-3rd 521 1,934 16 148.8 3.7 * - Denotes WAC Pacific Division finish. CR - Conference ranking. NR - National ranking.

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NR

CR

12

1 3 4 4 2 2

70 89 69 46 39 83 72 69 54 70 63 34 19 52 50 83 32 44 95 106 118 118 85 57

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

Passing-------------------------------------------------Att. Com. Int. TDs Yards Rating 1,091 199 89 11 11 1,057 96.5 220 65 32 7 899 45.2 208 94 17 1,309 151 47 15 4 657 56.6 160 64 24 5 789 61.7 173 77 11 12 1,188 112.4 196 103 13 11 1,482 121.3 139 69 13 11 1,075 122.0 125 52 12 861 159 85 8 7 1,161 119.3 146 80 6 1,153 195 94 18 1,082 175 75 23 950 216 102 21 7 1,078 80.4 267 123 23 4 1,309 75.0 255 98 17 7 1,184 73.2 278 137 14 7 1,462 91.7 326 136 14 15 1,655 91.0 321 146 26 11 1,828 88.4 314 128 36 11 1,700 74.9 230 85 12 6 1,062 73.9 260 112 17 8 1,562 90.6 233 98 12 9 1,364 93.7 332 136 31 6 1,660 70.3 277 106 18 10 1,512 83.0 240 106 20 7 1,361 84.8 247 107 16 4 1,228 77.5 334 169 22 9 2,266 103.3 225 106 11 10 1,444 105.9 278 125 22 11 1,773 95.8 277 144 15 16 1,944 119.2 322 165 19 14 2,057 107.5 382 205 17 21 2,573 119.5 315 175 15 14 2,554 128.8 363 189 14 10 2,501 111.3 408 254 9 15 2,859 128.8 379 194 15 16 2,353 109.4 344 205 16 18 2,994 140.7 295 165 10 11 2,218 124.6 412 211 19 20 3,143 122.1 375 195 9 22 3,139 136.9 436 216 11 26 3,643 134.4 335 176 9 20 2,443 128.1 381 186 11 26 2,915 129.8 379 221 14 19 2,836 130.3 479 285 26 17 3,606 123.6 363 217 12 16 3,103 139.5 337 197 11 19 2,682 137.4 345 198 10 16 2,224 121.1 313 180 12 15 2,161 123.7 349 202 8 15 2,250 121.6 309 170 13 15 2,178 121.8 435 243 14 31 3,121 133.2 345 176 12 12 1,923 102.4 383 207 14 17 2,501 116.2 407 236 18 10 2,649 111.9 294 174 9 22 2,052 136.3 397 266 16 23 3,080 143.2 311 205 9 21 2,559 151.5 348 204 11 15 2,598 129.2 427 221 10 18 2,665 113.4

YPG 121.2 117.4 89.9 145.4 72.7 88.0 118.8 164.7 119.4 107.6 145.1 144.1 108.2 95.0 119.8 130.9 118.4 146.2 165.5 182.8 170.0 96.5 142.0 124.0 150.9 137.5 123.7 111.6 206.0 131.3 161.2 162.0 187.0 214.4 212.8 208.4 238.3 213.9 249.5 201.6 261.9 285.3 303.5 222.1 242.9 257.8 300.5 282.1 223.5 202.2 196.5 204.6 198.0 240.1 160.3 227.4 220.8 171.0 256.7 213.2 216.5 205.0

NR

CR

1 3 4 4 3 3

100 68 101 92 90 92 74 76 63 95 87 91 67 40 33 91 4 75 61 17 94 68 53 39

3 8 3 7 7 6 9 3 6 5 14 14 11 3 4 3 7 1 7 3 2 9 6 4 4


HISTORY

Defense Year-By-Year Total Defense---------------Scoring---------First Downs--------Fumbles Season Plays Yards YPP YPG NR CR Points PPG NR CR Rush Pass Pen Total No-Lost 2,398 266.4 200 22.2 102 1949 1950 2,596 288.4 186 20.7 88 43 6 137 41-24 1951 2,396 239.6 120 12.0 127 27 3,358 373.1 267 29.7 142 15 1952 1953 1,706 189.6 142 15.8 86 15 1954 524 2,146 4.1 240.4 141 15.7 94 17 611 2,975 4.9 297.5 231 23.1 93 44 11 148 45-18 1955 1956 545 3,101 5.7 344.6 217 24.1 86 51 3 140 24-20 1957 562 3,256 5.8 361.8 243 27.0 106 41 6 153 35-22 544 2,913 5.4 364.1 200 25.0 95 38 2 135 31-19 1958 1959 2,963 370.4 208 26.1 84 42 2 128 17-9 2,466 308.3 207 25.9 116 1960 580 2,655 4.6 265.5 154 15.4 98 45 1 144 10-6 1961 1962 549 2,353 4.3 235.3 135 13.5 68 44 5 117 21-12 539 2,201 4.1 244.6 118 13.1 67 43 12 122 15-9 1963 1964 616 1,926 3.1 192.6 71 7.1 54 54 21 129 37-20 609 1,694 2.8 169.4 87 8.7 47 54 20 121 28-21 1965 634 2,209 3.5 220.9 98 9.8 54 61 19 134 16-11 1966 1967 735 2,535 3.4 253.5 129 12.9 62 76 26 164 28-17 1968 719 2,829 3.9 282.9 155 15.5 69 70 15 154 28-17 1969 725 2,769 3.8 276.9 187 18.7 67 57 23 147 22-12 1970 742 2,263 3.0 205.7 1 123 11.2 77 37 20 134 36-15 1971 809 3,096 3.8 281.5 2 230 20.9 101 58 23 182 38-19 1972 739 2,972 4.0 270.2 4 143 13.0 85 52 14 151 36-25 1973 883 3,480 4.0 316.4 4 129 11.7 95 86 17 198 38-19 1974 816 3,319 4.1 301.7 2 170 15.5 105 62 18 185 27-16 1975 747 2,810 3.8 255.5 1 145 13.1 86 61 21 168 33-15 1976 745 2,941 3.9 267.3 125 11.4 101 52 21 174 25-15 1977 856 3,509 4.1 319.0 165 15.0 85 106 28 219 25-14 1978 755 3,635 4.8 330.5 257 23.3 110 68 27 205 28-18 1979 791 3,797 4.8 345.2 276 25.1 95 78 27 200 43-21 1980 903 4,301 4.8 358.4 294 24.5 141 79 29 249 41-28 1981 839 3,948 4.7 358.9 227 20.6 111 88 15 214 27-14 1982 899 4,386 4.9 365.5 320 26.7 104 116 22 242 28-14 1983 954 5,563 5.8 463.6 347 28.9 159 117 13 289 29-17 1984 911 4,422 4.9 368.5 250 20.8 106 120 19 245 36-15 1985 925 4,867 5.3 405.6 317 26.4 117 133 21 271 25-12 1986 772 3,726 4.8 338.7 3 240 21.8 5 92 96 13 201 30-16 1987 852 5,213 6.1 434.4 95 7 428 35.7 98 8 113 137 19 269 25-14 1988 790 4,746 6.0 431.5 95 6 384 34.9 100 8 134 102 17 253 22-12 1989 866 5,314 6.1 442.8 96 7 378 31.5 90 6 104 133 20 257 22-9 1990 774 4,820 6.2 438.2 95 9 386 35.1 100 9 94 115 24 233 21-16 1991 889 5,433 6.1 452.8 103 8 361 30.1 86 5 107 124 25 256 26-12 1992 812 4,632 5.7 421.1 97 8 337 30.6 95 9 111 109 10 229 29-12 1993 878 5,137 5.9 428.1 94 7 392 32.7 99 8 106 116 14 236 21-9 1994 876 4,872 5.6 442.9 95 7 337 30.6 87 7 112 133 8 253 24-13 1995 947 5,504 5.8 458.7 95 8 283 23.6 56 3 99 168 17 284 26-11 1996 823 4,985 6.1 453.2 100 13 303 27.6 69 8 103 129 19 251 19-8 1997 854 4,594 5.4 382.8 72 13 333 27.8 74 11 107 98 34 243 25-12 1998 776 3,701 4.8 336.5 35 5 224 20.4 32 5 87 101 20 208 22-10 1999 738 3,349 4.5 304.5 16 1 226 20.5 30 3 67 94 17 178 18-8 2000 804 3,852 4.8 350.2 45 5 273 24.8 57 5 84 113 12 209 25-11 2001 753 3,724 4.9 338.6 34 3 290 26.4 66 5 87 89 16 192 21-6 2002 1,003 5,347 5.3 410.9 95 7 411 31.6 92 7 130 139 23 292 31-13 2003 813 3,477 4.3 289.8 8 1 207 17.3 13 1 77 87 27 191 23-16 2004 834 4,027 4.8 366.1 52 3 282 25.6 62 4 91 103 28 222 21-12 2005 921 4,872 5.3 406.0 83 6 325 27.1 71 4 129 118 16 263 19-10 2006 783 4,221 5.4 351.8 73 6 325 27.1 94 8 125 91 18 234 15-9 2007 944 5,978 6.3 498.2 115 9 413 34.4 103 9 168 145 9 322 15-6 2008 894 5,529 6.2 460.8 113 9 446 37.2 113 9 157 113 10 280 15-10 2009 851 4,584 5.4 382.0 74 5 366 30.5 98 7 114 116 20 250 12-4 2010 948 4,599 4.9 353.8 44 5 287 22.1 35 5 112 126 25 263 16-6 # - Does not include interception return yardage. ^ - Does not include punt return yardage. CR - Conference ranking. NR - National ranking.

Opponent Miscellaneous--------------TOs ToP Pen-Yds Return

Punts

35 59 32 30 41 29 33 35 31 17

46-412 538 532 418 52-567 69-594 534 56-567 61-524 51-523

811#^ 665#^ 1,090 526# 736#

53-30.2 31.9 33.5 36.7 54-32.9 44-36.4 29-38.7 37-30.0 26-36.3 25-34.7

24 35 30 43 38 25 31 43 48 29 36 37 40 34 35 31 36 29 43 43 33 31 32 29 21 31 30 22 28 25 23 21 20 27 37 20 23 20 20 17 19 27 28 26 28 18 22 19 15 16

50-417 37-334 44-413 61-537 51-447 52-569 59-630 59-743 50-486 62-681 64-659 71-718 61-607 73-848 58-672 67-697 49-518 75-729 78-756 86-901 79-785 86-707 84-751 78-699 93-798 75-600 85-802 64-523 76-665 72-606 93-757 68-523 103-964 77-583 104-872 56-551 70-609 67-570 78-631 72-640 70-604 79-665 73-700 66-604 80-722 51-430 69-610 64-573 76-707 81-687

841 1,491 1136 1,068 1,225 1,049 1,373 1,535 1,648 1,328 1,235 1,258# 1,192# 1,393# 1,199# 931# 1,023# 1,031 1,694 1,057 1,241 940 731 983 1,293 1,526 1,731 1,407 1,870 1,541 1,169 1,212 1,694 1,171 1,738 1,158 1,578 1,361 1,174 1,504 1,405 1,177 1,511 1,359 1,587 1,208 1,742 1,529 1,741 1,711

45-32.0 41-36.2 42-36.4 65-33.2 77-34.5 77-37.6 76-35.2 74-37.0 71-36.0 103-35.3 67-34.1 84-35.3 59-37.1 75-34.3 73-35.8 75-36.0 60-35.0 60-40.8 60-38.7 65-41.5 65-37.7 77-36.2 53-41.8 69-40.3 67-40.4 63-39.6 53-38.6 50-38.0 58-39.0 64-37.6 69-37.7 64-40.0 68-38.2 53-38.0 59-36.8 59-43.3 62-40.5 58-39.3 65-39.6 68-41.4 61-40.8 73-39.9 76-41.6 65-39.2 61-39.9 41-37.1 49-40.4 51-37.5 49-42.0 77-39.5

32:01 31:19 28:54 29:14 30:43 28:57 32:08 29:47 30:36 31:04 30:05 32:45 33:45 32:13 31:45

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Coaching History Coaching Ledger 17 Head Coaches Coach (Alma Mater) Years Seasons Games W L T Pct. PF C.E. Peterson (Oregon St.) 1921-29 9 78 43 31 4 .577 1,274 W.B. Herreid (Washington St.) 1930-34 5 46 20 21 5 .489 383 Leo Calland (Southern Calif. ’23) 1935-41 7 60 34 22 4 .600 638 John Eubank (Washington St. ’33) 1942 1 7 0 6 1 .071 50 Bob Breitbard (San Diego St. ’41) 1945 1 7 2 5 0 .286 65 Bill Terry (Western Kentucky ’32) 1946 1 10 6 4 0 .600 152 Bill Schutte (Idaho ’33) 1947-55 9 88 48 36 4 .568 1,852 Paul Governali (Columbia ’43) 1956-60 5 42 11 27 4 .310 437 Don Coryell (Washington ’50) 1961-72 12 125 104 19 2 .840 3,998 Claude Gilbert (San Jose St. ’59) 1973-80 8 89 61 26 2 .697 2,167 Doug Scovil (Pacific ’52) 1981-85 5 59 24 32 3 .432 1,415 Denny Stolz (Alma College ’55) 1986-88 3 35 16 19 0 .457 853 Al Luginbill (Cal Poly Pomona ’67) 1989-93 5 58 31 25 2 .534 1,977 Ted Tollner (Cal Poly SLO ’62) 1994-01 8 91 43 48 0 .473 2,266 Tom Craft (San Diego St. ’77) 2002-05 4 48 19 29 0 .396 1,090 Chuck Long (Iowa ’85) 2006-08 3 36 9 27 0 .250 742 Brady Hoke (Ball St. ’82) 2009-10 2 25 13 12 0 .520 735 APF - Average Points For; APA - Average Points Against; CC - Conference Championships (won outright or shared); BG - Bowl Games.

Most VIctorIes

Coach (Seasons) Wins Don Coryell (1961-72) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104 Claude Gilbert (1973-80) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61 Bill Schutte (1947-55) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Ted Tollner (1994-2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 C.E. Peterson (1921-29) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43 Leo Calland (1935-41) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Al Luginbill (1989-93) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 Doug Scovil (1981-85) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 W.B. Herreid (1930-34) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Tom Craft (2002-05) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Denny Stolz (1986-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Brady Hoke (2009-10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Paul Governali (1956-60) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Chuck Long (2006-08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Bill Terry (1946) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Bob Breitbard (1945) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 John Eubank (1942) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0

HIgHest WInnIng Percentage

Coach (Seasons) Percentage Don Coryell (1961-72) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..840 Claude Gilbert (1973-80) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..697 Leo Calland (1935-41) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..600 Bill Terry (1946) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..600 C.E. Peterson (1921-29) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..577 Bill Schutte (1947-55) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..568 Al Luginbill (1989-93) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..534 Brady Hoke (2009-10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..520 W.B. Herreid (1930-34) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..489 Ted Tollner (1994-2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..473 Denny Stolz (1986-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..457 Doug Scovil (1981-85) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..432 Tom Craft (2002-05) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..396 Paul Governali (1956-60) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..310 Bob Breitbard (1945) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..286 Chuck Long (2006-08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250 John Eubank (1942) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..071

PA 828 366 552 211 163 105 1,645 1,075 1,630 1,561 1,466 1,091 1,824 2,371 1,225 1,184 653

APF 16.33 8.33 10.63 7.14 9.29 15.20 21.05 10.40 31.98 24.35 23.98 24.37 34.09 24.90 22.71 20.61 29.40

APA 10.62 7.96 9.20 30.14 23.29 10.50 18.69 25.60 13.04 17.54 24.85 31.17 31.45 26.05 25.52 32.89 26.12

CC 3 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 7 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

Most gaMes coacHes

Coach (Seasons) Games Don Coryell (1961-72) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .125 Ted Tollner (1994-2001) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91 Claude Gilbert (1973-80) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89 Bill Schutte (1947-55) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88 C.E. Peterson (1921-29) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78 Leo Calland (1935-41) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Doug Scovil (1981-85) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Al Luginbill (1989-93) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Tom Craft (2002-05) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 W.B. Herreid (1930-34) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46 Paul Governali (1956-60) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Chuck Long (2006-08) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Denny Stolz (1986-88) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Brady Hoke (2009-10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Bill Terry (1946) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Bob Breitbard (1945) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 John Eubank (1942) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

C.E. Peterson

W.B. Herreid

Bill Terry

Bill Schutte

Paul Governali

Don Coryell

Claude Gilbert

Doug Scovil

Denny Stolz

Al Luginbill

Ted Tollner

Tom Craft

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All-Time Coaches Below is a list of San Diego State’s football coaches (excludes current staff) along with their alma mater and the years served on the SDSU staff. Following the list are brief bios on a couple of notable former assistants. Name Ulima Afoa Ron Aiken Chris Ash Dave Atkins Dino Babers Ralph Baker Al Baldock Damon Baldwin Dave Barnes Tom Bass Carl Benton Dana Bible Brian Billick Fred Bleil George Booker Al Borges Bob Breitbard Harry Broadbent Andy Buh Leo Calland Charlie Camp Joe Bob Clements Ken Conatser Don Coryell Tom Craft Steve Devine Ken Delgado Wayne Dickens Al Douglas Rod Dowhower T.A. "Bull" Durham Bob Elliott Ron English Jim Erkenbeck John Eubank Steve Fairchild Frank Falks John Featherstone Dan Ferrigno Jeff Fitzgerald John Fox Darrell Funk Tom Freeman Walter Gaskins Neil Gates Joe Gibbs Claude Gilbert Paul Governali Jay Gutowski Sid Hall Al Hammerschmidt Jim Hanifan Jeff Hecklinski W.B. Herreid Jonathan Himebauch Brady Hoke Jon Hoke Larry Holton Jim House Bret Ingalls William Inge Matt Irvin Curtis Johnson Harry Johnston Thom Kaumeyer Otto Kofler Barry Lamb Dave Lay Chuck Long Al Luginbill John Madden Ken Madison Ollie Matson Max McCartney Tim McConnell Dennis McKnight

Alma Mater ’Year San Diego St. ’81 North Carolina A&T ’77 Drake ’96 Texas-El Paso ’72 Hawai’i ’84 Northwestern ’28 Southern California ’53 San Diego St. ’90 San Diego St. ’28 San Jose St. ’60 UCLA ’48 Cincinnati ’76 Brigham Young ’77 Westmar ’71 Western Washington ’93 Chico State ’81 San Diego St. ’41 Oklahoma ’36 Nevada ’96 Southern California ’23 Arizona ’96 Kansas St. ’99 Cincinnati ’67 Washington ’50 San Diego St. ’77 Heidelberg ’72 San Jose St. ’84 Rutgers ’73 Oklahoma ’20 San Diego St. ’65 Washington St. ’16 Iowa ’76 California ’91 San Diego St. ’52 Washington ’33 Colorado St. ’81 Parsons ’67 San Diego St. ’70 San Francisco St. ’77 Cal St. Northridge ’83 San Diego St. ‘77 Colorado St. ’88 San Diego St. ’68 Montana ’73 Ohio St. ’38 San Diego St. ’64 San Jose St. ’59 Columbia ’43 San Diego St. ’57 Pacific ’59 Cal Poly Pomona ’63 California ’59 Western Illinois ’97 Washington St. Southern California ’98 Ball St. ’82 Ball St. ’79 Iowa St. ’70 Wyoming ’70 Idaho ’84 Iowa ’96 UNLV ’92 Idaho ’85 Nebraska ’43 Regents ’93 Washington St. ’49 Oregon ’78 San Diego St. ’64 Iowa ’85 Cal Poly Pomona ’67 Cal Poly SLO ’59 San Diego St. ’66 San Francisco ’52 Whittier ’59 Wisconsin ’77 Drake ’81

Seasons at SDSU 1982-93, 1997-2001 1998 2007-08 1981-85 1994 1934 1969-71 1996, 1997 (GA), 1993-2004 1927 1961 (GA), 1962-63 1948-50, 1952-57 1986-88 1981-85 1998-2005 2000-01 2009-10 1945 (HC) 1949-55 2002-05 1935-41 (HC) 2000-01 2006-07 1984-85 1961-72 (HC) 1994-96, 2002-05 (HC) 1988-89 1994-2001 1995-2001 1926 1966-72 1922-23 2006-08 1996-97 1961 1942 (HC) 1986, 1991 1980 1980-81 2009-10 1994-97 1978 (GA) 2009-10 1981-83 2002-04 1949 1964-65 (GA), 1966 1967-72; 1973-80 (HC), 1995-99 1956-60 (HC) 1963-64 1964-79 1973-80 1972 2009-10 1930-34 (HC) 2006-08 2009-10 (HC) 1987-88 2006-08 2002-05 1988-93 2006-07 2002-04 1988-93 1965 2002-06 1973-80 1988-93 1978-80, 1989-91, 1997-2001 2006-08 (HC) 1989-93 (HC) 1964-66 1966-67 (GA), 1973 1974-75 1963 1986-87 2005

Name Alma Mater ’Year Wofford ’52 Burnie Miller Del Miller Northern Iowa ’76 Washington St. ’72 Ron Mims John Morello Pacific ’68 Washington ’77 Wayne Moses Missouri ’95 Toby Neinas Mike Nelson Dayton ’69 Eastern Illinois ’87 Sean Payton C.E. Peterson Oregon St. Ray Peterson San Diego St. ’96 Kennedy Pola Southern California ’87 Cole Proctor Morehead St. ’67 Donnie Rea San Diego St. ’71 Monty Reedy San Diego St. ’76 Ed Schmidt Wyoming ’73 Dave Schramm San Diego St. ’87 Occidental ’32 Mel Schroeder William Schutte Idaho ’33 Doug Scovil Pacific ’52 Steve Shafer Utah St. ’63 Charles Smith San Diego St. ’31 Pacific ’52 Doug Smith Mark Smith Purdue ’79 Eastern Tennessee St. ’80 Mike Smith Choc Sportsman North Texas St. ’27 Brian Stark Colorado ’97 Denny Stolz Alma College ’55 Bill Terry Western Kentucky ’32 Chase Thurston Anderson ’08 Ted Tollner Cal Poly SLO ’62 Frank Vitale Cornell ’52 Dick Wells Occidental ’53 Ed White California ’68 Del Wight Wyoming ’62 Brad Wilson Ball State ’06 Ernie Zampese Cal Poly SLO ’62 Gary Zauner Wisconsin-La Crosse ’72 HC - head coach, GA - graduate assistant

Seasons at SDSU 1981-85 2006-08 1986-93 1981-85 1986-88 2006-08 1987-88, 2008 1992-93 1921-29 (HC) 2002 (GA), 2003-05 1994-96, 1999 1981-85 1973-80 1976-79 (GA), 1980 1985-93 1992-2001 1946 1947-55 (HC), 1956-65 1981-85 (HC) 1975-82, 1994 1934-41, 1946-61 1981-85 2009-10 1983-85 1947 2002-05, 2008 1986-88 (HC) 1946 (HC), 1947-48 2009-10 (GA) 1973-80, 1994-2001 (HC) 1956-60 1961-63 1994-97, 2005 1993 2009 (GA) 1967-75 1981-85 Does not include current coaching staff

BrIan BIllIck

Years at SDSU: 1981-85

Following a four-year assistant coaching stint at SDSU (1981-85) and successful tenures at Utah St. (1986-88) and Stanford (1989-91), Brian Billick moved on to the pro ranks. He became an assistant coach with Minnesota Vikings in 1992 and was promoted to offensive coordinator three games into the 1993 season, a position he held for the duration of his seven-year stay. Billick directed a Vikings’ attack that set a variety of NFL and team records during an NFL-best 15-1 1998 season. Billick became the Baltimore Ravens head coach in 1999 and quickly changed the course of a team which went 16-31-1 in its previous three years, producing an 8-8 mark in his first season. The Ravens followed that up with a 12-4 regular season mark in 2000 and a sweep through the playoffs to the Super Bowl XXXV championship. Billick finished his tenure with the Ravens in 2007 with a 80-64 record in nine seasons.

Joe gIBBs

Years at SDSU: 1964-66

Joe Gibbs, one of the most successful coaches in the history of the NFL, got his coaching start at his alma mater, San Diego St., in 1964. He joined the Aztecs’ staff as a graduate assistant and coached the offensive line during a period when the team won 27 of 31 games, including an 11-0 mark in 1966. Following assistant coaching jobs at Florida State, Southern California, Arkansas, and three NFL teams, Gibbs was named the head coach of the Washington Redskins, where he created a dynasty. He led the Redskins to four Super Bowls - winning three titles - and accumulated a 124-60 record during regularseason play and an amazing 16-5 post-season record (.789 win percentage) in 12 seasons. In 1993, he left Washington and the NFL at the pinnacle of his career and established Joe Gibbs Racing, assembling a NASCAR team that would go on to find success similar to what he achieved in the NFL. Gibbs came back to coach the Redskins from 2004-08, 11 seasons after originally retiring to spend more time with his family and his racing team. His final head coaching record stands at 154-94, including a 17-7 mark in the playoffs, and a career .621 winning percentage. Gibbs was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1996.

JoHn Madden

Years at SDSU: 1964-66

John Madden came to The Mesa as a defensive coordinator in 1964 after coaching Hancock Junior College (Calif.) beginning in 1960. In 1967, he was hired by the Oakland Raiders. Two years later, Madden, at 33 years old, became the youngest head coach in the old American Football League. Madden, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, led the Raiders to a 10-year overall record of 103-32-7 - the best winning percentage in NFL history. During his tenure, the Raiders won seven division titles, including a Super Bowl XI victory in 1976. He retired after the 1979 season to become a television analyst. Madden’s move to the broadcast booth has been even more historic, as demonstrated by his 16 Emmy nominations. He began work as an NFL analyst for NBC in 2006 until announcing his retirement in 2009.

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Bowl History all-tIMe BoWl aPPearances 8 Appearances - 4 Wins, 4 Losses Season Bowl Date 1947 Harbor Bowl Jan. 1, 1948 1951 Pineapple Bowl Jan. 1, 1952 1966 Camellia Bowl Dec. 10, 1966 1967 Camellia Bowl Dec. 9, 1967 1969 Pasadena Bowl Dec. 6, 1969 1986 Holiday Bowl Dec. 30, 1986 1991 Freedom Bowl Dec. 30, 1991 1998 Las Vegas Bowl Dec. 19, 1998 2010 Poinsettia Bowl Dec. 23, 2010

n 1948

OpponentResult Hardin-Simmons Hawai’i Montana St. San Francisco St. Boston Univ. Iowa Tulsa North Carolina Navy

Score L W W W W L L L W

0-53 34-13 28-7 28-6 28-7 38-39 17-28 13-20 35-14

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing (Att-Net Yds) Passing (PC-PA-Int-Yds) Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yardage

n 1967

san dIego state 27, san FrancIsco state 6

Dec. 9, 1967 u Hughes Stadium u Sacramento, Calif. u Att: 15,740 SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The San Diego State defense limited San Francisco State to minus 11 rushing yards and forced eight Gator turnovers en route to a 27-6 victory over San Francisco State at the Camellia Bowl. Jim Crossley’s interception return for a touchdown was the only score of the first half as the Aztecs went into intermission with a 7-0 lead. The interception was one of six SDSU had in the game. Tom Nettles made it a 14-0 lead for the Aztecs just 2:17 into the second half when he caught a 32-yard TD pass from Joseph Turpen. Two TD runs of one and two yards by Ted Washington gave SDSU all the points it would need down the

HardIn-sIMMons 53, san dIego state 0

Jan. 1, 1948 u Balboa Stadium u San Diego, Calif. u Att: 12,000

Score by Quarter Hardin-Simmons San Diego State

1 14 0

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing (Net Yds) Passing (PC-PA-Int-Yds) Total Net Yardage

n 1952

2 13 0

3 14 0

SDSU 11 66 5-20-1-60 126

4 12 0

F 53 0

Pineapple Bowl

san dIego state 34, HaWaI’I 13

HONOLULU -- Despite the heat and humidity that slowed down a potent San Diego State offense in the first half of the 1952 Pineapple Bowl, the Aztecs pulled away in the second half to take a 34-13 victory over Hawai'i. After a 14-6 SDSU lead at the half, the Aztecs took advantage of cooler temperatures in the second half with three quick touchdowns by Art Preston, Preston Robinson and Don Jurk. It would be all the offense they would need as the SDSU defense stopped UH’s running back Jimmy Asato and their dangerous single-wing attack. Most of the Aztecs suffered from a bout of food poisoning following the game, but completely recovered in time for the flight back to the mainland.

n 1969

2 7 0

3 7 0

4 0 7

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F 28 7

SDSU 18 55-249 11-22-1-122 77 371

4 6 6

F 27 6

SFSU 22 22-(-11) 28-60-6-267 82 256

san dIego state 28, Boston UnIVersIty 7

PASADENA, Calif. -- San Diego State spotted Boston University an early touchdown before scoring the final 28 points to earn a 28-7 triumph over the Terriers at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. It was the third bowl win for the Aztecs in four years. John Featherstone had touchdown catches of 34 and 57 yards for the SDSU offense, which outgained Boston, 485167, including a 294-57 advantage through the air. Dennis Shaw completed 16-of-29 passes for 219 yards and one score, and rushed for another 59 yards on eight carries. Del Pifer led the Aztecs with 60 yards rushing, while Galen Pavelko had two interceptions on defense.

san dIego state 28, Montana state 7

1 14 0

3 14 0

Dec. 6, 1969 u Rose Bowl u Pasadena, Calif. u Att: 41,276

Dec. 10, 1966 u Hughes Stadium u Sacramento, Calif. u Att: 15,740 SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Don Horn completed 23-of-38 passes for 343 yards and four touchdowns to lead San Diego State to a 28-7 win over Montana State in the 1966 Camellia Bowl. Horn had touchdown passes of 22, 50, 32 and 12 yards. Tom Nettles led the Aztecs with eight catches for 95 yards and a TD. Craig Scoggins had five receptions for 99 yards and Haven Moses caught five passes for 56 yards and two scores. Robert Jones had the other TD for SDSU on a 50-yard reception.

2 7 0

Pasadena Bowl

Camellia Bowl

Score by Quarter San Diego State Montana State

1 0 0

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing (Att-Net Yds) Passing (PC-PA-Int-Yds) Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yardage

Jan. 1, 1952 u Honolulu, Hawaii

n 1966

stretch. Washington led a balanced Aztec ground game with 94 yards on 23 carries, while Turpen contributed 74 yards on 10 carries and Daniel Laskowski added 61 rushing yards. Turpen also completed 10-of-16 passes for 118 yards and the 32-yard touchdown score to Nettles. Score by Quarter San Diego State San Francisco State

HS 11 470 3-5-0-75 545

MSU 12 41-115 13-19-0-117 60 232

Camellia Bowl

Harbor Bowl

SAN DIEGO -- Hardin-Simmons blanked San Diego State, 53-0, before 12,000 in the 1948 Harbor Bowl at Balboa Stadium. The loss snapped the Aztecs’ five-game unbeaten streak, as the Cowboys controlled the ball for the majority of the game, outgaining SDSU, 470-66, on the ground. San Diego State still finished its bowl season with a 7-3-1 record and the Aztecs’ seven wins tied the 1937 and 1924 teams for most in school history.

SDSU 21 28-112 23-40-1-343 68 455

Score by Quarter San Diego State Boston University Team Statistics First Downs Rushing (Att-Net Yds) Passing (PC-PA-Int-Yds) Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yardage

1 0 7

2 14 0 SDSU 24 50-191 28-32-3-294 82 485

3 7 0

4 7 0 BU 12 46-110 7-17-3-57 63 167

F 28 7


HISTORY/BOWL HISTORY cont.

n 1986

Holiday Bowl

IoWa 39, san dIego state 38

Dec. 30, 1986 u Holiday Bowl u San Diego, Calif. u Att: 59,478 SAN DIEGO -- Rob Houghtlin hit a field goal as time expired to lift Iowa to a 39-38 victory over San Diego State in the Holiday Bowl before the largest crowd (59,478) ever to watch an Aztec football game at that time. Rick Bayless led the Hawkeyes, who were down 28-13 with 7:52 left in the third quarter, with 110 yards and one touchdown on 19 carries. After two Iowa touchdowns in the fourth quarter, SDSU’s Kevin Rahill nailed a 21-yard field goal to give the Aztecs a 3836 lead with only 47 seconds remaining. However, the Hawkeyes marched down to the Aztec 24-yard-line and Houghtlin made the game-winning kick for Iowa. Todd Santos completed 21-of-33 passes for 298 yards and three touchdowns to lead the SDSU offense. Corey Gilmore caught nine passes for 70 yards and ran for 35 more, including a 1-yard run in the third quarter. Score by Quarter Iowa San Diego State

1 7 6

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing (Att-Net Yds) Passing (PC-PA-Int-Yds) Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yardage

n 1991

2 6 15

3 8 7

SDSU 17 36-117 21-33-2-298 69 415

4 18 10

F 39 38

UI 21 41-141 15-29-1-222 70 363

Freedom Bowl

tUlsa 28, san dIego state 17

Dec. 30, 1991 u Anaheim Stadium u Anaheim, Calif. u Att: 34,217 ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Ron Jackson rushed for 211 yards and a Freedom Bowl-record four touchdowns on 46 carries to lead Tulsa to a 28-17 victory over San Diego State at Anaheim Stadium. Freshman All-American Marshall Faulk rushed for 157 yards on 30 carries, including a 2-yard touchdown run with 5:23 remaining in the first quarter to give the Aztecs an early 7-0 lead. After two Tulsa scores, SDSU QB David Lowery capped a 10-play, 65-yard drive with a 4-yard touchdown run to tie the game at 14 at the half. The Hurricane defense limited the Aztecs to just 83 total yards and a 26-yard field goal by Andy Trakas in the second half, before Jackson’s 4-yard TD run with 3:59 remaining sealed the victory for Tulsa. Score by Quarter Tulsa San Diego State

1 7 7

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing (Att-Net Yds) Passing (PC-PA-Int-Yds) Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yardage

n 1998

2 7 7 SDSU 21 38-189 19-37-0-164 75 353

3 7 0

4 7 3

F 28 17

UT 23 58-256 9-17-0-122 75 378

Las Vegas Bowl

nortH carolIna 20, san dIego state 13

Dec. 19, 1998 u Sam Boyd Stadium u Las Vegas, Nev. u Att: 21,429 LAS VEGAS -- Freshman quarterback Ronald Curry ran for a 48-yard touchdown in the first quarter and linebacker Keith Newman intercepted a Brian Russell pass at the goal line in the final minute as North Carolina held on for a 20-13 victory over San Diego State in the Las Vegas Bowl. After a 60-yard TD run by SDSU’s Lonny Mitchell, UNC rattled off 20 straight points before Nate Tandberg's 32-yard field goal with 2:16 left in the first half brought the Aztecs to within 20-10. With 9:49 to play in the game, SDSU took control on their own 6-yard line and began a march that covered 75 yards in

13 plays, culminating with a 38-yard field goal by Tanberg with 3:51 left. The Aztecs got the ball back when Joe Tuipala recovered a fumble on the UNC 23. Two plays later, Russell hooked up with Damon Gourdine on a 13-yard gain to the 10. After an incompletion in the left corner of the end zone, SDSU saw its hopes end moments later when Russell's pass over the middle was tipped by Brandon Spoon and picked off by Newman. With the wind blowing at nearly 50 miles per hour, the Aztecs limited the Tar Heels to 33 yards passing for the game and held a 20-8 advantage in first downs, while controlling the time of possession, 33:47-26:13. Score by Quarter North Carolina San Diego State

1 12 7

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing (Att-Net Yds) Passing (PC-PA-Int-Yds) Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yardage

n 2010

2 8 3

3 0 0

SDSU 20 49-193 11-23-1-102 72 295

4 0 3

F 20 13

UNC 8 37-163 4-13-0-33 50 196

Poinsettia Bowl

san dIego state 35, naVy 14

Dec. 23, 2010 u Poinsettia Bowl u San Diego, Calif. u Att: 48,049 SAN DIEGO -- Ronnie Hillman scored four touchdowns and tied his career best with 228 yards rushing on 28 carries to lead San Diego State to its first bowl victory since 1969, a 3514 win over Navy at Qualcomm Stadium. Hillman, the Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year, scored on runs of 22, 37 and 2 yards, and pulled in a 15yard scoring pass from Ryan Lindley. Hillman broke the previous Poinsettia Bowl record of 129 yards rushing by Navy's Adam Ballard in 2005. The Aztecs outrushed Navy 279-235. SDSU took a 14-0 lead in the first quarter on Hillman's 22yard TD run and Lindley's 53-yard TD pass to Vincent Brown. Navy pulled to 14-7 on Ricky Dobbs' 30-yard scoring pass to Greg Jones early in the second quarter. Hillman put the Aztecs up by two touchdowns again as he ran untouched 37 yards up the middle with 3:15 before halftime. Navy closed within one score on Dobbs' 1-yard keeper seven seconds before halftime. Lindley then hit a wide-open Hillman in the right corner of the end zone for a 28-14 lead on the first play of the fourth quarter. Hillman scored on a 2-yard run midway through the period for the final score of the game. Lindley completed 18 of 23 passes for 276 yards. Wide receiver Vincent Brown had eight catches for 165 yards, also a Poinsettia Bowl record. Score by Quarter Navy San Diego State

1 0 14

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing (Att-Net Yds) Passing (PC-PA-Int-Yds) Total Offensive Plays Total Net Yardage

n Team

2 14 7 SDSU 27 41-279 18-23-0-276 64 555

3 0 0

4 0 14

F 14 35

NAVY 22 51-235 8-15-1-147 66 382

Records

Points - 38 vs. Iowa, 1986 Holiday Bowl First Downs - 27 vs. Navy, 2010 Poinsettia Bowl Rushing Attempts - 55 vs. San Francisco St., 1967 Camellia Bowl Rushing Yards - 279 vs. Navy, 2010 Poinsettia Bowl Pass Attempts - 40 vs. Montana St., 1966 Camellia Bowl Pass Completions - 23 vs. Montana St., 1966 Camellia Bowl Total Offense - 555 vs. Navy, 2010 Poinsettia Bowl Penalty Yards - 166 (21 penalties) vs. San Francisco St., 1967 Camellia Bowl 3rd Down Conversion Pct. - .700 (7-for-10) vs. Navy, 2010 Poinsettia Bowl Quarterback Sacks By - 5 vs. Iowa, 1986 Holiday Bowl

n Individual

Records

Rushing Yards - 228 by Ronnie Hillman (28 carries) vs. Navy, 2010 Poinsettia Bowl Passing Yards - 343 by Don Horn vs. Montana St., 1966 Camellia Bowl Made Field Goals - 2 by Nate Tandberg vs. North Carolina, 1998 Las Vegas Bowl Tackles - 12 by Damon Pieri vs. Tulsa, 1991 Freedom Bowl

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First-Team All-Americans Henry Allison all-aMerIcan - 1970 Played two seasons at San Diego State after transferring from College of Sequoias where he also lettered twice ... He anchored the offensive line that set the record for points in a season (44.9 per game) ... Received first-team All-America honors in 1970, his last year at SDSU ... Was drafted in the fifth round by Philadelphia and finished his five-year NFL career with St. Louis and Denver ... SDSU Hall of Fame member.

Willie Buchanon all-aMerIcan - 1971 A two-year letterwinner at San Diego State (1970 and 1971) and a team captain his senior season … Earned most valuable player honors in the 1971 East-West Shrine All-Star Game ... He also played in the Coaches All-America Game and College All-Star Game … Had five interceptions as a senior, the most on the team and the fifth highest total in the Pacific Coast Athletic Association … Also punted 39 times for a 36.5 yard average, the fifth best mark in the PCAA … Selected as a cornerback on The Sporting News all-time college team … First-round draft choice by the Green Bay Packers in 1972 … Named NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1972 … Charter member of the Aztec Hall of Fame (1988) … Also inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame (1993) and San Diego Hall of Champions (1994) and has had his No. 28 jersey retired by San Diego State.

John Butler

ball for the Los Angeles Bulldogs … His son, Steve, was also an All-American at SDSU ... Was an Aztec Hall of Fame inductee in 2007.

Fred Dryer lIttle all-aMerIcan - 1968 A two-year letterwinner and starter at San Diego State (1967, 1968) who helped guide the Aztecs to a 19-1-1 record during his tenure … Played 13 seasons in the National Football League for the New York Giants and the Los Angeles Rams … A two-time Pro Bowl selection, Dryer anchored a defensive line that led the Rams to an appearance in Super Bowl XIX … Following his football career, he had a successful acting career, staring in the long-running television series "Hunter" and later starting his own production company … Inducted into the Aztec Hall of Fame in 1988 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 1997.

John Duich lIttle all-aMerIcan - 1938 Played three seasons (1936, `37, `38) … Was captain and most valuable player on the 1938 team … Played professional foot-

Steve Duich

Rushing

lIttle all-aMerIcan - 1967

1991 1992 1993 Totals

A two-year letterwinner and starter (1966, ’67) who helped guide the Aztecs to a 21-1 record during his stay … Anchored the offensive line that averaged 29.2 points and 355.7 yards of offense in 10 games … In his All-America season, the Aztecs averaged nearly four yards per rush with four players gaining more than 280 yards rushing … Selected in the fifth round of the NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers … Son of Aztec All-American John Duich ... Was an Aztec Hall of Fame inductee in 2007.

Marshall Faulk - SDSU Totals

Receiving 1991 1992 1993 Totals

G 9 10 12 31

Att. 201 265 300 766

Yds. 1,429 1,630 1,530 4,589

Avg. 7.1 6.2 5.1 6.0

LG 63 68 71 71

TDs 21 15 21 57

G 9 10 12 31

Rec. 17 18 47 82

Yds. 201 128 644 973

Avg. 11.8 7.1 13.7 11.9

LG 80 17 87 87

TDs 2 0 3 5

Gary Garrison

Lloyd Edwards lIttle all-aMerIcan - 1968 Lettered in 1967 and 1968 at San Diego State, helping the Aztecs to a 19-1-1 record in his two seasons … Earned All-America honors as a senior in 1968 … Second leading rusher on the '67 squad, with 442 yards on 71 carries for an impressive 6.2 yards per carry … Followed that up with an 809-yard rushing campaign in 1968, carrying 178 times for a 4.5 rush average … Also had seven rushing touchdowns in his All-American campaign … He had three rushing touchdowns and was not stopped for a loss in any of his 71 carries … Selected in the third round of the 1969 NFL Draft by Oakland.

Marshall Faulk

lIttle all-aMerIcan - 1935 The first Aztec football player to receive national recognition … A three-year letterwinner (1933, `34, `35), Butler earned All-America accolades in 1935 … Played both ways, as a pulling guard on offense and a linebacker on defense … Voted to the all-conference team all three seasons … Served as the mayor of San Diego from 1951 to 1955 … Member of the Aztec Hall of Fame.

pionship with St. Louis in Super Bowl XXXIV on Jan. 30, 2000.

lIttle all-aMerIcan - 1964 A two-year letterwinner for the Aztecs (1964, ’65) … Set San Diego State records with 26 career touchdown receptions and 1,272 receiving yards in 1964 … Was the first Aztec player to participate in the East-West Shrine Game … Taken in the first round of the 1965 futures draft by San Diego … A twotime Pro Bowl selection (1971, ’73) … Inducted into the Aztec Hall of Fame in 1988. Receiving 1964 1965 Totals

all-aMerIcan - 1991, ’92, ‘93 Three-time All-American (1991, ’92, ’93), two-time unanimous consensus All-American (1992, ’93) … Led the nation in rushing as a freshman in 1991 with 1,429 yards and in 1992 as a sophomore with 1,630 yards … Despite playing just three collegiate seasons, collected 4,557 yards rushing ... Fifth player in NCAA history and first since Cornell's Ed Marinaro in 1970-71 to record back-to-back rushing titles … One of three players among the top 35 all-time NCAA rushers with fewer than 800 carries … Other NCAA Division I-A career ranks include: first in points per game (12.1), seventh in rushing yards per game (148.0) and career rushing touchdowns (57) and eighth in career points (376) and all-purpose yardage per game (180.5) … Finished in the top nine of the Heisman Trophy balloting in all three of his seasons, including second in 1992 and fourth in 1993 … Career totals included a school-record 766 carries for 4,589 yards and 57 touchdowns ... Rushed for at least 100 yards in 23 of his 32 career outings ... Posted seven 200-yard games and two 300-yard games … Rushed 201 times for 1,429 yards and 21 touchdowns in 1991 to become first freshman in NCAA history to lead nation in scoring (15.6 ppg) and rushing (158 ypg.) ... Set a career high and then-NCAA freshman record with 386 rushing yards and seven touchdowns on 37 carries vs. Pacific in his second collegiate game ... Recorded four NCAA freshman records and tied Emmitt Smith for earliest game for freshman to surpass 1,000 yards by doing so in his seventh … Second overall pick by Indianapolis in 1994 NFL Draft … A seven-time NFL Pro Bowl selection, he earned league most valuable player honors in 2000 … Won the world cham-

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Gary Garrison - SDSU Totals G 10 9 19

Rec. 78 70 148

Yds. 1,272 916 2,188

Avg. 16.3 13.1 14.8

LG 52 65 65

TDs 15 11 26

Don Horn lIttle all-aMerIcan - 1966 A two-year player at SDSU, he produced a remarkable senior season … Led the Aztecs to a perfect 10-0 mark by passing for 2,234 yards, completing 134-of-253 passes (53.0 percent) … He also threw for 18 touchdowns and rushed for three more … Led an offense that averaged 28.9 points and 426.6 yards per game … One of eight Aztec players taken in the 1967 draft, he was selected in the first round by Green Bay. Passing 1965 1966 Totals

Don Horn - SDSU Totals G 10 10 20

Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. 206 123 1,688 .597 253 134 2,234 .530 459 257 3,922 .560

Int. 11 12 23

LG 65 82 82

TDs 21 18 39

Mike Malano all-aMerIcan - 1999 A four-year letterwinner, Malano earned AllAmerica honors as a senior by the Football Writers Association … All-MWC first-team choice as a senior ... Started every game at center, recording 30 knockdowns while not allowing a quarterback sack the entire season ... Helped an offense that generated 373.3 yards per game... All-WAC first-team selection as a junior in 1998 ... Didn't allow a sack all season and registered 22


HISTORY/ALL-AMERICANS cont. knockdowns ... Named Aztecs’ Lineman of the Year ... Started the first seven games in 1997 at strong-side offensive guard before moving to center vs. Hawai’i and the remainder of the season ... Started every game at strong-side guard in 1996 ... Part of an offense that finished eighth in the nation in total and scoring offense … Started all 46 games of his college career … Selected in the seventh round by Minnesota in the 2000 Draft … Played with the Rhein Fire in NFL Europe during the 2002 season.

Kirk Morrison all-aMerIcan - 2003 Capped off a standout junior season by being named a first-team All-American as well as the Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year ... Repeated as MWC Defensive Player of the Year as a senior … In 2003, finished fourth in the MWC with 9.6 tackles per game and led the league with 1.33 tackles for loss per game ... Finished second in the conference with 17 tackles for loss on the season ... Led SDSU in tackles for loss, forced fumbles and recoveries ... Reached double figures in tackles six times, including 15 stops against BYU ... A three-time first-team all-Mountain West selection ... College Football News listed him as one of the top 40 players in the country … Left SDSU as the school's second alltime leading tackler ... Drafted in 2005 by the Raiders. Kirk Morrison - SDSU Totals

Defensive G 2001 11 2002 13 2003 12 11 2004 Totals 47

UT 39 60 70 72 241

TT TFL Sack 69 5 3 97 9 3 115 17 3.5 115 9 0 396 40 9.5

FF 1 2 4 1 8

FR 0 5 2 3 10

PBU Int. 3 1 3 3 3 1 2 1 11 6

Haven Moses all-aMerIcan - 1967 Played for two seasons at San Diego State after attending Los Angeles Harbor Junior College … Helped the Aztecs to a 19-1 mark in 1966 and 1967 … In addition to earning All-America honors from The Sporting News and Time Magazine in 1967, he also earned Little All-Coast by the AP and UPI that same year … Played in the 1967 East-West Shrine Game and also played in the 1968 College All-Star Game and Senior Bowl … Pulled in 54 passes for 958 yards and seven touchdowns in his All-America senior campaign … Caught 111 passes for 2,103 yards and 15 TDs in his two seasons on the Mesa … Was a 1968 first-round draft pick of Buffalo … Member of the 1974 Pro Bowl team.

Receiving 1966 1967 Totals

Haven Moses - SDSU Totals G 10 10 18

Rec. 57 54 111

Yds. 1,145 958 2,103

Avg. 20.1 17.7 18.9

LG 59 52 59

TDs 8 7 15

Norm Nygaard lIttle all-aMerIcan - 1954

Craig Penrose

Kyle Turley

all-aMerIcan - 1975

all-aMerIcan - 1997

Played two seasons with the Aztecs (1974 and 1975) after transferring from Colorado … Led the nation in passing in 1975, becoming the third Aztec player in a five-year span to lead the NCAA in that category (Brian Sipe - 1971, Jesse Freitas 1973) … 1975 team MVP … Finished the 1975 season ranked second nationally in total offense ... Impressive numbers during his All-America campaign, connecting on 198of-349 passes (56.7 percent) for 2,660 yards with 15 touchdowns while leading SDSU to an 8-3 record … Selected in the fourth round of the 1976 NFL Draft by Denver … Played portions of four seasons with the Broncos, logging 18 career games … Also spent time in the USFL. Passing 1974 1975 Totals

Joins Marshall Faulk as the only consensus All-Americans in SDSU history … A semifinalist for both the Outland Trophy and Lombardi Award his senior season … Earned All-America honors as a senior, becoming the first Aztec offensive lineman to earn that distinction since Henry Allison in 1970 … Selected to play in both the Senior Bowl and the East-West Shrine postseason all-star games … Blocked for three different 1,000-yard rushers during his Aztec tenure … Selected seventh overall in the 1998 draft … A 2000 Associated Press All-Pro … Set a New Orleans team record against St. Louis in 2000 with three fumble recoveries ... Was a teammate of Marshall Faulk with the Rams.

Craig Penrose - SDSU Totals G 10 11 21

Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. 235 132 1,683 .563 349 198 2,660 .567 584 330 4,343 .565

Int. 9 24 33

Henry Williams LG 52 55 55

TDs 10 15 25

Noel Prefontaine all-aMerIcan - 1996 Named a first-team All-America selection by the Associated Press and Football Writers Association ... Played at SDSU for two seasons after playing as a freshman at CS Fullerton in 1992 and as a sophomore at Arizona State in 1993 … Punted 48 times for a school-record average of 46.5 yards per punt … That average was good for second in the nation, just onetenth of a yard behind the national leader in the category … Did not have any of his 100 punts in his junior or senior seasons blocked … Showed amazing consistency as a senior, averaging 41.7 yards or better per punt in all 11 games … He averaged more than 50 yards per punt in a game twice in 1996, including a 53.5 average against Hawaii … Recorded a school-record 82-yard punt at New Mexico … Holds school records for best punting average in both a season and a career … A CFL all-star.

all-aMerIcan - 1978 A two-year letterwinner (1977 and 1978) for the Aztecs, Williams was named a Kodak All-American his senior season … Also earned second-team honors by United Press International in 1978 … Selected in the sixth round of the 1978 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. Defensive G 1977 11 1978 11 Totals 22

Henry Williams - SDSU Totals UT 30 34 64

AT 15 21 36

TFL 3 0 3

Sack 0 0 0

FR 1 0 1

PBU 9 1 10

Int. 3 2 5

Tom Reynolds all-aMerIcan - 1971 An all-Pacific Coast Athletic Association performer and earned team most valuable player honors as a senior … The nation's leading receiver in 1971 when he hauled in 67 receptions for 1,070 yards and seven touchdowns … Caught 25 more passes than any other player in the PCAA … A second-round selection of New England in the 1972 NFL Draft … Played in 21 NFL games and caught 15 passes for 279 yards and two touchdowns in two NFL seasons … Inducted into the Aztec Hall of Fame in 1990. Receiving 1969 1970 1971 Totals

Tom Reynolds - SDSU Totals G Rec. Yds. 8 50 885 Did not play due to injury 10 67 1,070 18 117 1,955

Avg. 17.7

LG 67

TDs 18

16.0 16.7

57 67

7 25

A two-time all-conference performer who played for the Aztecs for three seasons (1952, 53, 54) … His 2,619 career rushing yards were a San Diego State record until Marshall Faulk’s arrival ... Aztec Hall of Fame inductee in 2002.

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National Honors n Division

I Era Multiple All-America Recipients

87 95 98 02

3-tIMe all-aMerIcan

n Fourth-Team

13 Players (1 three-time, 12 two-time)

Todd Santos, QB George Jones, RB Damon Gourdine, WR/KR J.R. Tolver, WR

*Marshall Faulk, RB (1991-1st, 1992-1st, 1993-1st)

two times by two players

2-tIMe all-aMerIcans

Yr. 01 02

Doug Aronson, OG (1985-HM, 1986-3rd) Darius Durham, WR (1981-HM, 1982-HM) Chris Hardy, RB (1985-HM, 1986-HM) Paul Hewitt, RB (1987-HM, 1988-HM) Michael Hughes, P (2005-HM, 2007-HM) Pete Inge, OG (1978-2nd, 1979-2nd) Kirk Morrison, LB (2003-1st, 2004-2nd) Ricky Parker, DB (1995-HM, 1996-HM) *Todd Santos, QB (1986-HM, 1987-3rd) *Brian Sipe, QB (1970-HM, 1971-HM) Kyle Turley, OT (1996-HM, 1997-1st) Kevin Wells, C (1987-HM, 1988-HM) * - Member of Aztec Hall of Fame

n First-Team

75 78 91 92 93 96 97 99 03

n Second-Team

10 times by nine players Yr. 78 79 85 90 95 96 97 01 04

Player, Position Pete Inge, OG Henry Williams, DB Pete Inge, OG Webster Slaughter, WR Patrick Rowe, WR George Jones, RB Noel Prefontaine, P Kyle Turley, OT Larry Ned, RB Kirk Morrison, LB

n Third-Team

11 times by 11 players Yr. 63 70 73 79 83 86

Player, Position Neal Petties, WR Tim Delaney, WR Jesse Freitas, QB Pete Inge, OG Jim Sandusky, WR Doug Aronson, OG Rob Awalt, TE

Player, Position Larry Ned, RB J.R. Tolver, WR

Source SN SN

Mention All-Americans

54 times by 45 players Yr. 64 70

All-Americans

Player, Position Haven Moses, WR Henry Allison, OG Willie Buchanon, DB Tom Reynolds, WR Craig Penrose, QB Henry Williams, DB Marshall Faulk, RB ** Marshall Faulk, RB ** Marshall Faulk, RB Noel Prefontaine, P * Kyle Turley, OT Mike Malano, C Kirk Morrison, LB

All-Americans

n Honorable

13 times by 11 players three consensus All-America selections Yr. 67 70 71

SN FN SN SN

Source SN, TM SN, TM, NEA SN, TM, PW TM SN, TM FC AP, SN AP, FC, FN, FW, SN, UP, WC AP, FC, FN, FW, SN, UP, WC AP, FW FC, FN, FW, SN FW CF

All-Americans

71 76 78 79

80 81

82 83 84 85

Source AP UP AP, UP AP, FN AP AP FN AP AP SN

All-Americans

86

87

88 95

Source AP AP AP FN FN AP AP, FN

96

98

Player, Position James Allison, RB Tim Delaney, WR Brian Sipe, QB Leon Van Gorkum, DE Brian Sipe, QB Travis Hitt, LB Pete Inge, OG Don Warren, TE Henry Williams, DB Tony Allen, RB Pete Inge, OG Pat Mulholland, P Steve Stapler, WR Terrell Ward, DB Kevin Mitchell, LB Vernon Dean, DB Darius Durham, WR Mike Jezulin, P Matt Kofler, QB Darius Durham, WR Matt Long, C Jim Sandusky, WR Mike Saxon, P Tory Nixon, CB Doug Aronson, OG Chris Hardy, RB Mike Hooper, DT Chris O'Brien, PK Todd Richards, LB Mike Stevens, MG Levi Esene, DT Chris Hardy, RB Steve Lauter, DB Mario Mitchell, CB Todd Santos, QB Paul Hewitt, RB Kerry Reed-Martin, TE Todd Santos, QB Kevin Wells, C Monty Gilbreath, WR Paul Hewitt, RB Kevin Wells, C Chris Finch, OG Ricky Parker, DB Will Blackwell, WR Billy Blanton, QB Peter Holt, PK Adrian Ioja, DE Ricky Parker, CB Kyle Turley, OT Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, DE

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Source NEA UP AP AP, UP AP, UP UP UP AP, UP AP AP SN SN AP AP SN AP, SN AP AP SN AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP AP FN FN FN FN FN FN FN FN FN

05 07 10

Michael Hughes, P Michael Hughes, P DeMarco Sampson, WR

n Freshman

13 times by five players

CF CF SI

All-Americans

Yr. Player, Position Team Source 01 Kirk Morrison, LB 4th SN 03 Lynell Hamilton, RB 1st SN, RI 05 Russell Allen, LB HM SN 10 Gavin Escobar, TE 1st SN 10 Ronnie Hillman, RB 1st FW, PS 10 Gavin Escobar, TE 2nd RI, CF, PS 10 Ronnie Hillman, RB 2nd RI, CF, CS * - Consensus All-American as defined by the NCAA ** - Consensus All-American unanimous selection AP - Associated Press, CF - Collegefootballnews, FC - American Football Coaches Association (Kodak), FN - Football News, FW - Football Writers Association of America, NEA Newspaper Enterprise Association, PS - Phil Steele.com, PW - Pop Warner, RI - Rivals.com, SI - Sports Illustrated, SN - Sporting News, TM - Time Magazine, UP - United Press.

n Little

All-Americans (Pre D-I Era) 14 times by 13 players Yr. 35 38 54 55 56 64 66 67 68

Player, Position John Butler, OG John Duich, OT Norm Nygaard, RB Ron Steward, WR Jay Gutowski, OG Jay Gutowski, OG Jim Allison, RB Gary Garrison, WR Leo Carroll, DE Don Horn, QB Steve Duich, OT Haven Moses, WR Fred Dryer, DL Lloyd Edwards, RB

n Academic

All-Americans

three times by three players Yr. 78 98 01

Player, Position Don Warren, TE Scott Auerbach, DB Brian Simnjanovski, P

n National

Team 2nd 1st 2nd

Award Candidates

Heisman Trophy (Top College Player) 91 Marshall Faulk (9th; 52 pts.) 92 Marshall Faulk (2nd; 1,080 pts.) 93 Marshall Faulk (4th; 250 pts.)

Maxwell Award (College Player of the Year) 06 Lynell Hamilton, RB (preseason) Hossman Award (National Player of the Year) 04 Kirk Morrison, LB (preseason) Bednarik Award (Outstanding Defensive Player) 04 Kirk Morrison, LB (preseason)


HISTORY/NATIONAL HONORS cont. Nagurski Award (Top Defensive Player) 03 Kirk Morrison, LB (preseason) 04 Matt McCoy, LB (preseason) Kirk Morrison, LB (preseason) 06 Antwan Applewhite, DE (preseason) Butkus Award (Outstanding Linebacker) 02 Kirk Morrison (preseason) 03 Kirk Morrison (preseason) 04 Kirk Morrison (semifinalist) Matt McCoy (preseason) 07 Russell Allen (preseason) 08 Russell Allen (preseason) Ted Hendricks Award (Top Defensive End) 02 Antwan Applewhite (preseason) Biletnikoff Award (Top Wide Receiver) 02 J.R. Tolver (semifinalist) Kassim Osgood (preseason) 09 Vincent Brown (semifinalist) 10 Vincent Brown (preseason) Davey O’Brien Award (Outstanding Quarterback) 03 Adam Hall (preseason)

n NCAA

Statistical Champions

total oFFense Year 1969 1973 1987

rUsHIng Year 1991 1992

Player Dennis Shaw Jesse Freitas Todd Santos

Cl. Sr. Sr. Sr.

Player Marshall Faulk Marshall Faulk

Cl. Fr. So.

receIVIng

Doak Walker Award (Top Running Back) 01 Larry Ned (semifinalist) 04 Lynell Hamilton (preseason) 05 Lynell Hamilton (preseason)

receIVIng yards Per gaMe

Outland Trophy (Top Interior Lineman) 04 Mike Kracalik (preseason) Lou Groza Award (Outstanding Kicker) 96 Peter Holt (finalist) 03 J.C. Mejia (semifinalist) Ray Guy Award (Outstanding Punter) 03 Brian Simnjanovski (preseason) 06 Michael Hughes (preseason) 07 Michael Hughes (preseason) 09 Brian Stahovich (preseason) 10 Brian Stahovich (preseason) John Mackey Award (Top Tight End) 10 Alston Umuolo (preseason) Burlsworth Trophy (Top Walk-On) 10 Darryn Lewis Rudy Award (Character, Courage, Contribution and Commitment) 10 Doug Deakin

Pass 3,185 2,993 3,932

Total 3,197 2,901 3,688

YPG 319.7 263.7 307.3

Gms. 9 10

Plays 201 265

Yards 1,429 1,630

YPG 158.8 163.0

Year Player Cl. G Att. Comp. CPG 1971 Brian Sipe Sr. 11 369 196 17.8 1973 Jesse Freitas Sr. 11 347 227 20.6 1975 Craig Penrose Sr. 11 349 198 18.0 Between 1970 and 1978, the NCAA ranked passing leaders by completions per game.

Year 1971 1974

Lombardi Award (Top Down Lineman) 03 Kirk Morrison (preseason) 04 Mike Kracalik (preseason) Kirk Morrison (preseason) 08 Russell Allen (preseason)

Rush 12 -92 -244

PassIng

Manning Award (Top Quarterback) 09 Ryan Lindley (preseason)

Rimington Award (Outstanding Center) 02 Johnathan Ingram (preseason) 04 Jasper Harvey (preseason) 05 Jasper Harvey (preseason) 09 Trask Iosefa (preseason) 10 Trask Iosefa (preseason)

Plays 388 410 562

Player Tom Reynolds Dwight McDonald

Year 1990 2002

scorIng Year 1987 1991

Yards TDs 2,532 17 2,993 21 2,660 15

Gms. 10 11

Rec. 67 86

RPG 6.7 7.8

Yards 1,070 1,157

TDs 7 7

Player Patrick Rowe J. R. Tolver

Cl. Jr. Sr.

Gms. 11 13

Rec. 71 128

Yards 1,392 1,785

Avg. 126.6 137.3

TDs 8 13

Player Paul Hewitt Marshall Faulk

Cl. Sr. Fr.

Player Jim Sandusky

kIckoFF retUrns Year 1980

Pct. .531 .654 .567

Cl. Jr. Sr.

PUnt retUrns Year 1983

Int. 21 17 24

Player Mike Fox

Player Marshall Faulk

1969 1969 1969 1971 1973 1975 1983 1996

No. 20

TDs 24 23

Yards 381

2XP 0 2

TDs 1

Cl. Fr.

career PoInts Per gaMe

n NCAA

Cl. Sr.

Gms 12 9

No. 11

Years 1991-93

Gms 31

TDs 62

2XP 4

FG 0 0

Pts. 144 140

Avg. 12.0 15.6

Long 90

Avg. 19.0

Yards 361

Avg. 32.8

FG 0

Pts. 376

Avg. 12.1

Annual Team Champions

Total Offense Passing Offense Scoring Offense Passing Offense Passing Offense Passing Offense Punt Returns Net Punting

532.2 yards per game 374.2 yards per game 46.4 points per game 251.4 yards per game 305.0 yards per game 291.3 yards per game 17.0 yards per return 44.9 yards per punt

Craig Penrose became the third Aztec quarterback in a five-year span to lead the nation in passing when he threw for 2,660 yards as a senior in 1975.

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Conference Honors n League

Player of the Year

five times by four players

Yr. Player, Position Western Athletic Conference (1978-99) Todd Santos, QB 87 92 Marshall Faulk, RB George Jones, RB 95 Mountain West Conference (1999-) 03 Kirk Morrison, LB 04 Kirk Morrison, LB

Honor Offensive PoY Offensive PoY Offensive PoY Defensive PoY Co-Defensive PoY

n League Freshman of the Year

two times by two players

Yr. Player, Position Mountain West Conference (1999-) Lynell Hamilton, RB 03 10 Ronnie Hillman, RB

n League

Coach of the Year

three times by three coaches

Yr. Coach Western Athletic Conference (1978-99) 86 Denny Stolz 98 Ted Tollner

Honor CoY Pacific Division-CoY

Mountain West Conference (1999-) 10 Brady Hoke

n First-Team

242 times by 195 players

CoY

All-League

Yr. Player, Position No. 1st Team Selections Southern Calif. Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (1926-38) 26 Dave Barnes, OT 1st Ed Ruffa, RB 1st 27 Paul Mott, FB 1st 28 Werner Peterson, OT 1st Art Wilson, FB 1st 1st 29 Gordon Cox Art Wilson, FB 2nd 30 Elden Dilley, FG 1st George Mosolf, E 1st 32 Bill Bailey, FB 1st George Mosolf, E 2nd Glen Warren, C 1st 33 Bill Bailey, FB 2nd John Butler, OG 1st George Mosolf, E 3rd Jack Rand, E 1st Owen Rice, OT 1st 34 John Butler, OG 2nd Owen Rice, OT 1st 35 John Butler, OG 3rd Ed Smyth, E 1st 36 Herb Ward, OG 1st 37 Max Glass, FB 1st Herb Ward, OT 1st Abbie Vanoni, OG 1st 38 Bill Timmons, E 1st Hal Tracy, FB 1st Abbie Vanoni, OG 2nd California Collegiate Athletic Association (1939-67) 41 Bob Cozens, B 1st Joe Seminario, OG 1st 46 Leo Heaton, E 1st Bill Nelson, B 1st Al Sawaya, OT 1st 47 George Brown, OG 1st 48 Tom Dahms, OT 1st 49 Tom Dahms, OT 2nd James Dowd, OG 1st Tom Wilson, E 1st 50 Byron Chase, OT 1st Bob Conklin, OG 1st

Bob Embrey, DB Ralph Freitag, C Art Preston, B Birt Slater, DE 51 Jim Erkenbeck, OT-DG Hugh Lathman, DG George Leja, LB Ferman McPhatter, DG Chet Nicholson, E Art Preston, B Ed Ricketts, DB Jesse Thompson, B 52 Ed Fletcher, DB Paul Held, B Bob Lyons, DE Dick Ortega, OT-DT 53 Paul Held, B Harry Higgins, C Marshall Malcolm, DB Norm Nygaard, RB-DB 54 Harry Higgins, C Marshall Malcolm, DB Norm Nygaard, RB-DB 55 Jay Gutowski, OG William Ledford, OT 56 Jay Gutowski, OG William Ledford, OT 57 Joe Duke, B Joe Duke, B 58 Braxton Pinkins, E 59 Dick Morris, B 60 Pat Robbins, OG 62 Kern Carson, B David Lay, OT Neal Petties, E 63 Kern Carson, B John Farris, OT Mario Mendez, B Dave Stenson, OG 64 Jim Allison, B John Farris, OT Gary Garrison, E 65 Gary Garrison, E Nate Johns, B Cliff Kenney, LB Ken Madison, E Larry Martin, MG Ralph Wenzel, OG 66 Leo Carroll, DE Don Fisher, E Don Horn, QB Bob Howard, DB Larry Schakel, OG Craig Scoggins, E Jeff Staggs, LB Teddy Washington, B Jon Wittler, LB 67 John Beck, DB Paul Daniels, OG Steve Duich, OT Lloyd Edwards, B Cliff Hancock, DB Jim Hight, MG Haven Moses, E Pacific Coast Athletic Association (1969-75) 69 Tim Burnett, DL Tim Delaney, TE Lee Felice, OT Billie Hayes, DB Bill Pierson, C Tom Reynolds, WR Dennis Shaw, QB Tom Shellabarger, OT Bill Van Leeuwen, DL Carl Weathers, LB Lon Woodard, DL 70 Henry Allison, OG Ken Burrow, WR Tim Delaney, TE Tom Hayes, DB Al Limahelu, K

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Tom Shellabarger, OT Leon Van Gorkum, DE Willie Buchanon, DB Steve Henson, OT Tom Reynolds, WR Brian Sipe, QB Ty Youngs, DT Randy Bixler, DL 72 Isaac Curtis, WR Bill Donckers, QB Bill Ferguson, LB Joe Lavender, DB 73 Joe Amaral, LB Rick Ash, DL Tony Bachmann, OG Pat Cassady, LB Keith Denson, WR Jesse Freitas, QB Bobby Henderson, LB Monte Jackson, DB Dave Limebrook, C Claudie Minor, OT Darold Nogle, TE 74 Rick Ash, DL Tony Bachmann, RB Burt Blackwell, LB Mike Gilbert, DL Bobby Henderson, LB Monte Jackson, DB Bill Kramer, RB Dwight McDonald, WR 75 Duke Fergerson, WR Mike Gilbert, DL Travis Hitt, LB Mel Jacobs, KR Craig Penrose, QB Charlie Wortiska, OG Western Athletic Conference (1978-98) 78 Pete Inge, OG Don Warren, TE Henry Williams, DB 79 Tony Allen, RB Pete Inge, OG Steve Stapler, WR Terrell Ward, DB 80 Kevin Mitchell, LB 81 Vernon Dean, DB Mike Jezulin, P 82 Darius Durham, WR 83 Jim Sandusky, WR & Ret. Spec. 84 Rich Moran, OT Tory Nixon, CB 85 Doug Aronson, OG Chris Hardy, HB Chris O'Brien, PK Todd Richards, LB Webster Slaughter, WR 86 Doug Aronson, OG Rob Awalt, TE Levi Esene, DT Steve Lauter, S 87 Monty Gilbreath, Ret. Spec. Clarence Nunn, DB Todd Santos, QB 88 Paul Hewitt, RB 89 Monty Gilbreath, WR John Wesselman, DB 90 Dennis Arey, WR Dan McGwire, QB Patrick Rowe, WR Nick Subis, OL 91 Eric Duncan, DL Marshall Faulk, RB Jim Jennings, OL Damon Pieri, DB Patrick Rowe, WR 92 Marshall Faulk, RB Tony Nichols, OL Damon Pieri, CB Darnay Scott, WR 93 Marshall Faulk, RB 71

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HISTORY/CONFERENCE HONORS cont. Darnay Scott, WR La'Roi Glover, DL Ricky Parker, DB 95 Will Blackwell, WR Chris Finch, OG George Jones, RB Ricky Parker, DB 96 Will Blackwell, WR Leandrew Childs, Ret. Specialist Adrian Ioja, DE Ricky Parker, CB Noel Prefontaine, P Kyle Turley, OT 97 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, DE Kyle Turley, OT 98 Rick Austin, OL Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, DE Damon Gourdine, WR & Ret. Specialist Mike Malano, OL Mountain West Conference (1999-) Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, DL 99 Mike Malano, OL Gray McNeill, TE 00 Will Demps, DB Will Demps, DB 01 David Moreno, OL Larry Ned, RB 02 Kirk Morrison, LB Kassim Osgood, WR J.R. Tolver, WR 03 Brendan Darby, OL Lynell Hamilton, RB Kirk Morrison, LB Kirk Morrison, LB 04 05 Marcus Demps, S Freddy Keiaho, LB 06 Antwan Applewhite, DE 10 Vincent Brown, WR Miles Burris, LB Ronnie Hillman, RB Leon McFadden, CB DeMarco Sampson, WR Brian Stahovich, P

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n Second-Team

37 times by 29 players

Yr. Player, Position Mountain West Conference (1999-) 99 Jerome Haywood, DL Jonas Lewis, RB Joey Mayo, LB Larry Ned, RB Scott Nicholson, DL Ted Printy, OL 00 Jomar Butler, LB Jerome Haywood, DL Ricky Sharpe, DB Brian Simnjanovski, P J.R. Tolver, WR 01 Jerome Haywood, DL Brian Simnjanovski, P J.R. Tolver, WR 02 Amon Arnold, DL Jonathan Ingram, OL Jeff Shoate, DB 03 Mike Kracalik, OL Matt McCoy, LB Brandon Rager, DL Jeff Shoate, DB 04 Mike Kracalik, OL Blake Lobel, DL Matt McCoy, LB 05 Michael Hughes, P Kurt Kahui, DL Jeff Webb, WR 06 Joe Martin, LB 07 Michael Hughes, P Kevin O’Connell, QB Brett Swain, WR 09 Vincent Brown, WR DeMarco Sampson, WR Brian Stahovich, P 10 Ryan Lindley, QB Gavin Escobar, TE Trask Iosefa, OL Abelardo Perez, K

2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd (PD) 2nd (PD) 1st (PD) 1st (PD) 1st (PD) 1st (PD) 1st (PD) 1st (PD) 2nd (PD) 1st (PD) 2nd (PD) 1st (PD) 1st

All-League

3rd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

n Honorable Mention All-League

55 times by 48 players

Yr. Player, Position Mountain West Conference (1999-) 00 Brian Berg, LB Mike Houghton, OL Johnathan Ingram, OL Chester Pitts, OL Brian Russell, DB Lon Sheriff, QB 01 Andrew Bringham, DL Jomar Butler, LB Donte Gamble, KR Johnathan Ingram, OL Gray McNeill, TE Kirk Morrison, LB Garret Pavelko, DB Chester Pitts, OL Dylan Robles, LB Ricky Sharpe, DB 02 Kyle Conerly, PR/KR Brendan Darby, OL Akbar Gbaja-Biamila, DL Adam Hall, QB Jared Ritter, DL Ricky Sharpe, DB Brian Simnjanovski, P/PK 03 Jacob Elimimian, DB J.C. Mejia, PK Brook Miller, DL Seth Santoro, P Marviel Underwood, DB Jeff Webb, WR Jonathan Bailes, DL 04 Heath Farwell, LB Marviel Underwood, DB Jeff Webb, WR 05 Antwan Applewhite, DL Reggie Grigsby, DB Jasper Harvey, OL Joe Martin, LB Terrell Maze, DB Garrett Palmer, PK 06 Atiyyah Henderson, RB Patrick Justman, C Nick Osborn, DL 07 Russell Allen, LB Ray Bass, DB Mike Kravetz, OL Nick Osborn, DL Will Robinson, OL 08 Russell Allen, LB Corey Boudreaux, DB B.J. Williams, DE 09 Davion Mauldin, KR Jerry Milling, LB 10 Ernie Lawson, DL Jose Perez, DB Andrew Preston, DB

n Player

of the Week

106 times by 70 players

Yr. Player, Position (Date) Western Athletic Conference (1978-98) 80 Rick Carusa, LB (Nov. 1) Kevin Mitchell, LB (Nov. 29) 81 Matt Kofler, QB (Sept. 12) Matt Kofler, QB (Oct. 10) 82 Dave Croudip, DB (Oct. 23) Mark McKay, QB (Nov. 6) Mike Fox, DB (Nov. 20) 84 Todd Santos, QB (Sept. 8) 85 Chris Hardy, QB (Sept. 30) Webster Slaughter, WR (Oct. 28) Todd Santos, QB (Nov. 25) 86 Chris Hardy, RB (Sept. 13) Todd Santos, QB (Nov. 1) Lyndon Earley, DB (Nov. 15) Levi Essene, DT (Nov. 29) 87 Todd Santos, QB (Sept. 12) Todd Santos, QB (Oct. 17) 88 Paul Hewitt, RB (Nov. 5) 89 Darin Wagner, RB (Sept. 23) John Wesselman, DB (Sept. 30) Ron Slack, RB (Oct. 14)

Honor Defensive Defensive Offensive Offensive Defensive Offensive Co-Defensive Offensive Offensive Offensive Offensive Offensive Offensive Defensive Defensive Offensive Co-Offensive Offensive Offensive Defensive Offensive

90

Dan McGwire, QB (Sept. 29) Patrick Rowe, WR (Oct. 13) Dan McGwire, QB (Nov. 17) T.C. Wright, RB (Nov. 24) Marshall Faulk, RB (Sept. 14) 91 Andy Coviello, LB (Oct. 12) David Lowery, QB (Oct. 26) David Lowery, QB (Nov. 16) Marshall Faulk, RB (Sept. 5) 92 Marshall Faulk, RB (Sept. 12) Darnay Scott, WR (Oct. 17) Marshall Faulk, RB (Nov. 14) Craigus Thompson, LB (Oct. 9) 93 Marshall Faulk, RB (Nov. 13) Tim Gutierrez, QB (Sept. 10) 94 95 Ricky Parker, CB (Sept. 11) Julius McChristian, SS (Oct. 2) Craigus Thompson, LB (Oct. 9) George Jones, RB (Oct. 16) 96 Peter Holt, PK (Sept. 9) Will Blackwell, WR (Sept. 16) Peter Holt, PK (Sept. 23) Leandrew Childs, RS (Oct. 13) Noel Prefontaine, P (Nov. 4) Billy Blanton, QB (Nov. 11) Jason Moore, DB (Nov. 25) Billy Blanton, QB (Dec. 2) Charles Gatlin, DL (Dec. 2) Noel Prefontaine, P (Dec. 2) 97 Az Hakim, RS (Sept. 8) Jonas Lewis, RB (Nov. 17) Larry Ned, RB (Oct. 5) 98 Damon Gourdine, RS (Oct. 12) Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, DE (Oct. 26) Don Copeland, P (Nov. 9) Mountain West Conference (1999-) 99 Jack Hawley, QB (Sept. 27) Scott Nicholson, DL (Nov. 29) 00 Will Demps, DB (Sept. 4) Lon Sheriff, QB (Oct. 9) Derrick Lewis, WR (Oct. 23) Jomar Butler, LB (Oct. 23) Nate Tandberg, PK (Oct. 23) Dylan Robles, LB (Nov. 4) 01 Larry Ned, RB (Sept. 24) Larry Ned, RB (Oct. 7) 02 J.R. Tolver, WR (Sept. 16) Ricky Sharpe, DB (Oct. 14) J.R. Tolver, WR (Oct. 21) Kyle Conerly, PR (Oct. 28) 03 Jeff Webb, WR (Oct. 6) Kirk Morrison, LB (Oct. 27) Matt McCoy, LB (Nov. 10) Marviel Underwood, DB (Nov. 24) 04 Matt McCoy, LB (Sept. 20) Kirk Morrison, LB (Oct. 18) Heath Farwell, LB (Nov. 15) Kirk Morrison, LB (Nov. 15) Garrett Palmer, PK (Nov. 15) 05 Russell Allen, LB (Oct. 3) Reggie Grigsby, S (Oct. 17) Garrett Palmer, PK (Nov. 13) 06 Joe Martin, LB (Oct. 23) Garrett Palmer, PK (Oct. 23) Ray Bass, S (Nov. 13) Joe Martin, LB (Dec. 4) Freddy Dunkle, LB (Dec. 4) 07 Russell Allen, LB (Oct. 15) Luke Laolagi, LB (Nov. 5) Mekell Wesley, KR (Nov. 12) Michael Hughes, P (Nov. 15) Michael Hughes, P (Nov. 19) Garrett Palmer, PK (Dec. 3) 08 Ryan Lindley, QB (Sept. 29) Luke Laolagi, LB (Nov. 23) 09 Dey Juan Hemmings, DB (Oct. 5) Ryan Lindley, QB (Oct. 26) DeMarco Sampson, WR (Oct. 26) Brian Stahovich, P (Nov. 2) 10 Ronnie Hillman, RB (Sept. 13) Ronnie Hillman, RB (Sept. 20) Ronnie Hillman, RB (Oct. 18) DeMarco Sampson, WR (Nov. 1) Brian Stahovich, P (Nov. 1) Miles Burris, LB (Nov. 8) Ryan Lindley, QB (Nov. 29) PD - Pacific Division

Offensive Offensive Offensive Offensive Offensive Defensive Offensive Co-Offensive Offensive Offensive Offensive Offensive Defensive Offensive Offensive Defensive Defensive Defensive Offensive PD-Special Teams PD-Offensive PD-Special Teams PD-Special Teams PD-Special Teams PD-Offensive PD-Defensive PD-Offensive PD-Defensive PD-Special Teams PD-Special Teams PD-Offensive PD-Offensive PD-ST PD-Defensive PD-Special Teams Offensive Defensive Defensive Offensive Offensive Defensive Special Teams Defensive Offensive Co-Offensive Offensive Defensive Offensive Special Teams Co-Offensive Defensive Defensive Defensive Defensive Defensive Co-Defensive Co-Defensive Special Teams Defensive Defensive Special Teams Defensive Special Teams Defensive Defensive Special Teams Defensive Defensive Special Teams Special Teams Special Teams Special Teams Offensive Co-Defensive Co-Defensive Co-Offensive Co-Offensive Special Teams Offensive Co-Offensive Co-Offensive Offensive Special Teams Co-Defensive Offensive

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Team Awards n John

Simcox Memorial Trophy

The Simcox Trophy has been presented annually since 1962 by teammate Leon W. Parma (’51) to the team MVP. Yr. Player CCAA (1939-67) 1962 Kern Carson 1963 Mario Mendez 1964 Gary Garrison 1965 Gary Garrison 1966 Don Horn 1967 Haven Moses 1968 Tom Nettles PCAA (1969-75) 1969 Dennis Shaw 1970 Tim Delaney 1971 Tom Reynolds 1972 Isaac Curtis 1973 Jesse Freitas 1974 Dwight McDonald 1975 Craig Penrose 1976 Travis Hitt 1977 David Turner WAC (1978-98) 1978 Phil DuBois 1979 Tony Allen 1980 Kevin Mitchell 1981 Matt Kofler 1982 Darius Durham 1983 Jim Sandusky 1984 Tory Nixon 1985 Webster Slaughter 1986 Todd Santos 1987 Todd Santos 1988 Monty Gilbreath Paul Hewitt 1989 John Wesselman 1990 Dan McGwire 1991 David Lowery 1992 Marshall Faulk 1993 Marshall Faulk 1994 Wayne Pittman 1995 George Jones 1996 Billy Blanton 1997 Kyle Turley 1998 Damon Gourdine MWC (1999-) 1999 Rico Curtis 2000 Jomar Butler 2001 Larry Ned 2002 J.R. Tolver 2003 Kirk Morrison 2004 Kirk Morrison 2005 Freddy Keiaho 2006 Joe Martin 2007 Kevin O’Connell 2008 Russell Allen 2009 Jerry Milling 2010 Vincent Brown

n Byron

H. Chase Memorial Trophy

Originally presented to the outstanding offensive and defensive linemen in memory of Byron H. Chase '50. From 1994 to 2001, the award was expanded to include six positions. Currently, the award is presented to the outstanding offensive and defensive players. Yr. Player, Position CCAA (1939-67) 1952 Bill Vincent 1953 Frank Acosta

Ed Johns Ed Johns Jay Gutowski Jay Gutowski Braxton Pinkins Dennis Magee Leroy Dotson Bob Moss David Lay David Lay John Farris John Farris Ralph Wenzel Leo Carroll Steve Duich Larry Findley, off. Fred Dryer, def. PCAA (1969-75) 1969 Bill Pierson, off. Bill Van Leeuwen, def. 1970 Henry Allison, off. Leon Van Gorkum, def. 1971 Steve Henson, off. Ty Youngs, def. 1972 Chris Miller, off. Randy Bixler, def. 1973 Claudie Minor, off. Rich Ash, def. 1974 Tony Bachmann, off. Bobby Henderson, def. 1975 Charlie Wortiska, off. Reggie Lewis, def. 1976 Ed Imo, def. Mike Solari, off. Dave Johnston, off. 1977 Scott Bradley, off. Ed Imo, def. WAC (1978-98) 1978 Pete Inge, off. Kent Perkov, def. 1979 Pete Inge, off. Randy Mastin, def. 1980 Ulima Afoa, off. Jim Wilks, def. 1981 Matt Long, off. Mike Vance, def. 1982 Greg Foster, off. Doug Reed, def. 1983 Matt Long, off. Jeff Miller, def. 1984 Rich Moran, off. Mike Stevens, def. 1985 Doug Aronson, off. Todd Richards, def. 1986 Doug Aronson, off. Levi Esene, def. 1987 Dave DesRochers, off. Brett Faryniarz, def. 1988 Kevin Wells, off. Brad Burton, def. 1989 Roman Fortin, off. Milt Wilson, def. 1990 Nick Subis, off. Pio Sagapolutele, def. 1991 Kevin Macon, off. Eric Duncan, def. 1992 Tony Nichols, off. Jamal Duff, def. La'Roi Glover, def. 1993 Carlson Leomiti, off. La'Roi Glover, def. 1994 Chris Finch, OG La'Roi Glover, DL Wayne Pittman, RB Curtis Shearer, WR Scott Blade, LB 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

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Ricky Parker, DB Chris Finch, OG La'Roi Glover, DT George Jones, RB Will Blackwell, WR Craigus Thompson, LB Ricky Parker, DB 1996 Kyle Turley, OT Adrian Ioja, DE George Jones, RB Will Blackwell, WR Craigus Thompson, LB Jason Moore, DB 1997 Kyle Turley, OT Jonas Lewis, RB Az Hakim, WR Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, DE Rico Curtis, SS Andy Osborne, LB 1998 Mike Malano, C Jonas Lewis, RB Damon Gourdine, WR Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, DE Joseph Tuipala, LB Rico Curtis, FS MWC (1999-) 1999 Mike Malano, C Larry Ned, RB Damon Gourdine, WR Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, DE Jerome Haywood, DT Joey Mayo, LB Rico Curtis, DB 2000 David Moreno, OL Jerome Haywood, DT James Truvillion, RB J.R. Tolver, WR Jomar Butler, LB Ricky Sharpe, DB 2001 Chester Pitts, OL Jerome Haywood, DL Larry Ned, RB J.R. Tolver, WR Jomar Butler, LB Will Demps, DB 2002 Johnathan Ingram, C 2003 Lynell Hamilton, RB Matt McCoy, LB 2004 Jeff Webb, WR Heath Farwell, LB 2005 Jeff Webb, WR Kurt Kahui, DL 2006 Atiyyah Henderson, RB Brett Sturm, S 2007 Kevin O’Connell, QB Ray Bass, S 2008 Ryan Lindley, QB Corey Boudreaux, S 2009 Ryan Lindley, QB DeMarco Sampson, WR Jerry Milling, LB Luke Laolagi, LB 2010 Ryan Lindley, QB DeMarco Sampson, WR Ernie Lawson, DL Miles Burris, LB

1995

n Dr. R. Hardy/ C.E. Peterson Memorial Trophy

Presented annually to honor team captains. Perpetual trophy donated by Ken Johnson, 1928. Yr. Player, Position CCAA (1939-67) 1966 Don Horn, off. John Wittler, def. 1967 Haven Moses, off. Cliff Hancock, def. 1968 Dennis Shaw, off. Mike Meagher, def. PCAA (1969-75) 1969 Dennis Shaw, off. Tim Burnett, def. 1970 Tim Delaney, off. Leon Van Gorkum, def. 1971 Brian Sipe, off. Willie Buchanon, def. 1972 Bill Donckers, off. Bill Ferguson, def. 1973 Jesse Freitas, off. Joe Amaral, def. 1974 Bill Kramer, off. Bobby Henderson, def. 1975 Monty Reed, off. Ed Kertel, def. 1976 Tom Craft, off. Travis Hitt, def. 1977 Joe Davis, off. Whip Walton, def. WAC (1978-98) 1978 Don Warren, off. Steve Jorde, def. 1979 Pete Inge, off. 1980 Ulima Afoa, off. Rick Carusa, def. 1981 Matt Kofler, off. Vernon Dean, def. 1982 Matt Long, off. Mike Fox, def. 1983 Matt Long, off. Thomas Carter, def. 1984 Rich Moran, off. Herb Brohn, def. 1985 Casey Brown, off. Dan Knight, off. Mike Stevens, def. LeRoy Wardell, def. 1986 Levi Esene, def. Doug Aronson, def. Corey Gilmore, off. 1987 Todd Santos, off. Brett Faryniarz, def. Reggie Blaylock, off. Clarence Nunn, def. 1988 Alfred Jackson, off. Kevin Wells, off. Mario Mitchell, def. 1989 Monty Gilbreath, off. John Wesselman, def. Keith Owens, spec. teams 1990 Dan McGwire, off. Lou Foster, def. Andy Trakas, spec. teams 1991 Jim Jennings, off. Lou Foster, def. Zac Stokes, spec. teams 1992 David Lowery, off. Tracey Mao, def. Andy Trakas, spec. teams 1993 Carlson Leomiti, off. Darrell Lewis, def.


HISTORY/TEAM AWARDS cont. 1994

Wayne Pittman, off. Chris Finch, off. Scott Blade, def. La'Roi Glover, def. 1995 Chris Finch, off. La'Roi Glover, def. Ricky Parker, def. 1996 Billy Blanton, off. Adrian Ioja, def. Craigus Thompson, def. Freddie Edwards, spec. teams 1997 Kyle Turley, off. Andy Osborne, def. Julius McChristian, def. 1998 Brian Russell, off. Joe Jackson, def. Joseph Tuipala, def. Mike Duran, spec. teams Mac Cleary, spec. teams MWC (1999-) 1999 Mike Malano, off. Larry Ned, off. Rico Curtis, def. Scottie Nicholson, def. Sheldon Pope, spec. teams 2000 Lon Sheriff, off. J.R. Tolver, off. Brian Russell, def. Jerome Haywood, def. Ricky Sharpe, spec. teams 2001 Larry Ned, off. Jerome Haywood, def. Will Demps, def. Josh Dean, special teams 2002 J.R. Tolver, off. Akbar Gbaja-Biamila, def. 2003 Adam Hall, off. Jeff Shoate, def. 2004 Kevin O'Connell, off. Kirk Morrison, def. Stephen Larsen, spec. teams 2005 Kevin O’Connell, off. Freddy Keiaho, def. 2006 Kevin O’Connell, off. Lynell Hamilton, off. Reggie Grigbsy, def. Joe Martin, def. 2007 Kevin O’Connell, off. Mike Kravetz, off. Chaz Schilens, off. Russell Allen, def. Ray Bass, def. Nick Osborn, def. 2008 Darren Mougey, off. Mike Schmidt, off. Corey Boudreaux, def. Russell Allen, def. Siaosi Fifita, def. 2009 Tony DeMartinis, off. Jerry Milling, def. 2010 Doug Deakin, off. Ernie Lawson, def. Andrew Preston, def.

n President’s

Award

Presented to the player who has achieved the highest standards of athletic and academic excellence. Yr. Player, Class WAC (1978-98) 1986 Chris Kilby 1987 Chuck Nixon 1988 Roman Fortin 1989 Brad Burton 1990 Derek Sang 1991 Damon Pieri 1992 Darrell Lewis Damon Pieri 1993 Peter Holt 1994 Ray Peterson 1995 Daryl Hawkins 1996 Peter Holt

1997 Miles Fates 1998 Scott Auerbach MWC (1999-) 1999 Sheldon Pope 2000 Brian Russell 2001 Lon Sheriff Sikot Uipi, most imp. 2002 Brook Miller, most imp. Lon Sheriff 2003 James Finkle, So. Adam Gray-Hayward, Jr. Reggie Grigsby, most imp. Adam Hall, Sr. Kwan Howard, R-Fr. Patrick Justman, Fr. 2004 Matt Callahan, Fr. Derrick Durbin, most imp. Patrick Justman, So. Kirk Morrison, Sr. Shane Russell, Jr. 2005 Matt Callahan, So. Kwan Howard, most imp. Patrick Justman, Jr. Adam Miller, Sr. Josh Ulibarri, Fr. 2006 Matt Callahan, Jr. Scotty James, Jr. Patrick Justman, Sr. Mike Kravetz, most imp. Nick Sandford, Fr. Josh Ulibarri, So. 2007 Ted Edwards, Sr. Matthew Kawulok, So. Chaz Schilens, most imp. Michael Stewart, Jr. B.J. Williams, Fr. 2008 Russell Allen, Sr. Miles Burris, Fr. Doug Deakin, So. Bryan Finkel, Jr. 2009 Matthew Kawulok, Sr. 2010 Logan Ketchum, Jr.

n Most Inspirational Player

Yr. Player PCAA (1969-75) 1961 David Stenson 1962 Warren Simmons 1963 Joe Gibbs 1964 John Goddon 1965 Ken Madison 1966 Jon Wittler 1967 Cliff Hancock 1968 Mike Meagher 1969 Tim Delaney 1970 Tim Delaney Terry Mendenhall 1971 Ty Youngs 1972 Bill Ferguson 1973 Darold Nogle 1974 Rance Olison 1975 Bob Johnson 1976 Herman Edwards 1977 Ed Imo WAC (1978-98) 1978 Dave Katzenmeyer 1979 Terrell Ward 1980 Kevin Mitchell 1981 Jerome Franey 1982 Alan Dale 1983 Thomas Carter 1984 Mike Waters 1985 Jack Eaton 1986 Mike Ariey 1987 Reggie Blaylock 1988 Monty Gilbreath 1989 Joe Santos 1990 Lou Foster 1991 Lou Foster 1992 Tracey Mao

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Wayne Pittman Ray Peterson Ricky Parker Craigus Thompson Julius McChristian Joe Jackson Scottie Nicholson MWC (1999-) 1999 Scottie Nicholson 2000 Jerome Haywood 2001 Jerome Haywood 2002 Johnathan Ingram 2003 Jeff Shoate 2004 Robert Ortiz Marviel Underwood 2005 Kurt Kahui 2006 Robert Miller 2007 Ernie Lawson 2008 Eric Miclot 2009 Davion Mauldin 2010 Doug Deakin

n Prep

Player Award

Awarded by the Mesa Distributing Co., Inc., to the top scout-team players. Yr. Player, Position WAC (1978-98) 1982 Mark Grey, off. James Johnson, def. 1983 Dan Knight, off. Todd Richards, def. 1984 Maurice Sowell, off. Stuart Busbee, def. 1985 Ron Hawkins, off. Dave DesRochers, def. 1986 John Moomaw, off. Brett Branco, def. 1987 Jim Miele, off. Frank Pulice, def. 1988 Larry Maxey, off. Eric Nelson, def. 1989 Bob Shults, off. George Glaze, def. Chris Rodahoffer, def. 1990 Beveren Means, off. Tyrone Morrison, def. 1991 Ray Peterson, off. Shawn Smith, def. 1992 Marlon Manassa, off. Michael Driver, def. 1993 Will Blackwell, off. Avo Avetisyan, def. 1994 Tyrone Evans, off. Joseph Tuipala, def. 1995 Andrew Kline, off. Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, def. 1996 Lamont Webb, off. M.J. Rzeznik, def. 1997 Mac Cleary, def. Greg Morena, off. Akbar Gbaja-Biamila, def. 1998 Daniel Gourdine, off. M.J. Rzeznik, def. MWC (1999-) 1999 Jon Geisler, off. DeAngelo Nedd, def. Beau Trickey, def. 2000 Adam Hall, off. Kirk Morrison, def. Jason Perry, def. 2001 Jasper Harvey, off. Robert Ortiz, off. Heath Farwell, def. 2002 Joe Martin, def. Brett Sturm, off. Jason Van, off. 2003 Darron Howard, off. Chaz Schilens, off. Antwan Applewhite, def. 2004 Darren Mougey, off. Emil Metroka, def. 2005 Tyler Campbell, off.

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Avery Williams, def. Davon Brown, off. Andrew Preston, def. John Rivera, off. DeMarco Sampson, off. Miles Burris, def. Josh Ulibarri, off. Demetrius Barksdale, def. Robert Gregorio, off. Eron Moses, def. Jacob Driver, special teams Adam Dingwell, off. Everett Beed, def. Jacob Driver, special teams

n Most

Valuable Special Teams Player

Perpetual trophy donated by Richard L. Wagner. Yr. Player PCAA (1969-75) 1976 Terry Donovan 1977 Lew Chumich WAC (1978-98) 1978 Steve Duncan 1979 Al Fanchin 1980 Al Fanchin Mike Jezulin 1981 Mike Jezulin 1982 Steve Bullington Marco Morales 1983 Tracy Thompson 1984 Tracy Thompson 1985 Chris O'Brien 1986 Monty Gilbreath 1987 Wayne Ross 1988 John Wesselman 1989 John Wesselman 1990 Andy Trakas 1991 Zac Stokes 1992 Andy Trakas 1993 Curt Collins 1994 Ken Overby 1995 Freddie Edwards 1996 Freddie Edwards Noel Prefontaine 1997 Rico Curtis 1998 Mac Cleary Mike Duran MWC (1999-) 1999 James Truvillion 2000 Garret Pavelko 2001 Brian Simnjanovski 2002 Brian Simnjanovski 2003 J.C. Mejia 2004 Kyle Conerly 2005 Michael Hughes 2006 Tyler Schmitt 2007 Tyler Schmitt 2008 Tyler Campbell 2010 Brian Stahovich

n Most Improved Player

Yr. Player, Position WAC (1978-98) 1983 Richard Brown 1984 Dan Gaston 1985 Vince Warren 1986 Duane Pettitt 1987 Mike Knutson 1988 Samida Tuiaana 1989 Jim Jennings 1990 Kevin Macon 1991 Sebastian Glaze 1992 Mark Roberts 1993 Doug Tom 1994 Billy Blanton 1995 Kyle Turley 1996 Obafemi Ayanbadejo Jason Moore

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HISTORY/TEAM AWARDS cont. 1997

Rico Curtis Jesus Reyes 1998 Rick Austin Darryl Jones MWC (1999-) 1999 Ted Printy Antwone Young 2000 Brendan Darby, off. Andrew Brigham, def. Brian Simnjanovski, special teams 2001 Johnathan Ingram, off. Kirk Morrison, def. Garret Pavelko, def. Justin Green, special teams Jason Perry, special teams 2002 Amon Arnold 2003 Mike Kracalik, off. Brook Miller, def. 2004 Brandon Bornes, off. Blake Lobel, def. 2005 Chaz Schilens 2006 Ornan Nwansi 2007 Mike Kravetz, off. Corey Boudreaux, def. 2007 Roberto Wallace, off. B.J. Williams, def. 2008 Lance Louis, off. Jerry Milling, def.

n Iron

Man Special Teams Award Yr. 2004 2005 2006

2007 2008

Player Heath Farwell Eric Hodge Freddy Dunkle Nick Sanford Tyler Campbell Dey Juan Hemmings

n Academic

Award Yr. 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Player Michael Franklin Reggie Grigsby Fale Poumele Andrew Schantz Mike Kravetz Lance Louis Jerry Milling

n Coaches

Yr. 2004

2005 2006

2007

2008

Initiative

Award

Player, Position Josh Dean, def. Mike Kracalik, off. Marcus Demps, def. Michael Franklin, off. Robert Ortiz, off. Jonathan Bailes, def. Patrick Justman, off. Terrell Maze, def. Emil Metroka, def. Fred Amano, off. Lynell Hamilton, off. Steve Schmidt, off. Ornan Nwansi, def. Gerard Armstrong, def. T.J. McKay, def. Darren Mougey, off. Mike Schmidt, off. Justin Shaw, off.

n Outstanding Freshman Award

Yr. 2009 2010

Player Nik Embernate Ronnie Hillman

n All-Star

Game Appearances

Yr. Player All-American Bowl* 1990 Nick Subis

Yr. 1977

American Bowl* 1970 Bill Pierson Dennis Shaw 1972 Brian Sipe (MVP) 1974 Jesse Freitas

1978

Blue-Gray Game* 1973 Jesse Freitas 1974 Monte Jackson 1975 Craig Penrose 1978 Henry Williams 1981 Vernon Dean Matt Kofler 1988 Kevin Wells 1990 Dennis Arey Nick Subis 1996 Peter Holt Nathaniel Jacquet Noel Prefontaine 1998 Taj Johnson Coaches All-America Game* 1966 Gary Garrison 1968 Haven Moses 1970 Bill Pierson Dennis Shaw 1972 Willie Buchanon Tom Reynolds 1973 Isaac Curtis Bill Ferguson 1974 Jesse Freitas Claudie Minor College All-Star Game* 1966 Gary Garrison 1967 Leo Carroll Bob Jones 1968 Haven Moses 1969 Fred Dryer 1970 Dennis Shaw 1971 Henry Allison 1972 Willie Buchanon 1973 Isaac Curtis 1974 Jesse Freitas 1975 Craig Penrose East-West Shrine Game 1965 Gary Garrison 1966 Don Horn 1967 Leo Carroll Haven Moses 1968 Fred Dryer 1969 Bill Pierson Dennis Shaw (MVP) 1971 Willie Buchanon (MVP) Tom Reynolds Brian Sipe 1972 Isaac Curtis Bill Ferguson 1974 Monte Jackson 1975 Mike Gilbert Craig Penrose

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1981 1983 1984 1985 1986 1990 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2002 2006 2008 2010

Player Terry Jackson David Turner Whip Walton Don Warren Henry Williams Vernon Dean Matt Kofler Matt Long Tory Nixon Webster Slaughter Doug Aronson Robert Awalt Dennis Arey Dan McGwire Jamal Duff La'Roi Glover Ricky Parker Az Hakim Kyle Turley Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila Mike Malano Akbar Gbaja-Biamila Akbar Gbaja-Biamila J.R. Tolver Jasper Harvey Jeff Webb Kevin O’Connell Will Robinson Vincent Brown

Florida Citrus Gridiron Classic* 1999 Andrew Kline Hula Bowl* 1969 Fred Dryer 1974 Dwight McDonald 1977 David Turner (MVP) 1979 Kevin Fidel 1983 Jim Sandusky (MVP) 1986 Levi Esene 1987 Dave DesRochers Todd Santos 1990 Pio Sagapolutele 1991 Patrick Rowe 1996 Chris Finch 1997 Ricky Parker 1998 Jason Moore 1999 Joseph Tuipala 2000 Rico Curtis Mike Malano 2001 Larry Ned 2003 Kassim Osgood (MVP) Ricky Sharpe 2004 Brendan Darby 2006 Marcus Demps 2007 Joe Martin 2008 Kevin O’Connell Nick Osborn Will Robinson

Yr. Player Japan Bowl* 1976 Herman Edwards 1977 David Turner 1981 Vernon Dean Matt Kofler 1983 Matt Long Jim Sandusky 1984 Mike Waters 1985 Vince Warren 1987 Reggie Blaylock Clarence Nunn Todd Santos (MVP) 1992 Tony Nichols Damon Pieri Las Vegas All-American Classic* 2005 Josh Dean Heath Farwell Mike Kracalik Marviel Underwood Coach Fred Bleil 2006 Jasper Harvey Freddy Keiaho 2007 Terrell Maze^ Paradise Bowl* 2001 Jerome Haywood Derrick Lewis Gray McNeill Greg Taylor 2002 Jared Ritter Senior Bowl 1966 Gary Garrison 1968 Haven Moses 1970 Bill Pierson Dennis Shaw 1972 Willie Buchanon Tom Reynolds 1974 Monte Jackson 1975 Duke Fergerson Craig Penrose (MVP) 1978 Henry Williams 1984 Tory Nixon 1986 Robert Awalt Steve Lauter 1989 Roman Fortin 1990 Dan McGwire 1991 Patrick Rowe 1997 George Jones 1998 Az Hakim Ephraim Salaam Kyle Turley 1999 Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila 2001 Chester Pitts 2005 Kirk Morrison 2010 Vincent Brown

* - Game no longer played. ^ - Game canceled in 2006.


HISTORY

NFL Draft Year 1952

Name, Team Volney Quinlan, Los Angeles Rams Art Preston, Los Angeles Rams

Position B B

Round 4th 21st

Overall 49 253

1953

Hugh Latham, San Francisco 49ers Paul Held, Detroit Lions

T B

17th 19th

201 229

1954

Norm Nygaard, Los Angeles Rams

B

4th

46

1955

Bob Newton, San Fran. 49ers

G

17th

202

1963

Neal Petties, Baltimore Colts Kern Carson, Baltimore Colts

E B

14th 17th

187 229

1964

John Farris, Los Angeles Rams John Butler, Baltimore Colts

T RB

11th 20th

147 274

1965

Gary Garrison, Philadelphia Eagles Jim Allison, San Diego Chargers John Godden, San Diego Chargers Leon Standridge, San Francisco 49ers

WR FB LB E

6th 12th 16th 18th

77 94 126 240

1966

Jeff Staggs, San Diego Chargers Ray Schmautz, Oakland Raiders Cliff Kinney, Oakland Raiders Ralph Wenzel, Green Bay Packers Larry Martin, Minnesota Vikings Houston Ridge, San Diego Chargers

LB LB LB G T DE

3rd 8th 9th 11th 13th 13th

1967

Don Horn, Green Bay Packers Leo Carroll, Atlanta Falcons Don Shy, Pittsburgh Steelers Bob Jones, Chicago Bears Bob Howard, San Diego Chargers Nate Johns, San Diego Chargers John Williams, Philadelphia Eagles Craig Scoggins, San Diego Chargers

QB DE RB DB DB WR DB WR

1968

Haven Moses, Buffalo Bills Steve Duich, Green Bay Packers John Beck, New Orleans Saints Ted Washington, Cincinnati Bengals

1969

1970

1971

1972

Year

Name, Team Marv Owens, Minnesota Vikings

Position RB

Round 14th

Overall 361

1973

Isaac Curtis, Cincinnati Bengals Bill Ferguson, New York Jets Jim Peterson, Los Angeles Rams Joe Lavender, Philadelphia Eagles

WR LB DE DB

1st 4th 6th 12th

15 90 133 288

1974

Claudie Minor, Denver Broncos Jesse Freitas, San Diego Chargers

T QB

3rd 6th

68 133

1975

Monte Jackson, Los Angeles Rams

DB

2nd

28

1976

Duke Fergerson, Dallas Cowboys Craig Penrose, Denver Broncos Greg Boyd, New England Patriots Mike Gilbert, Philadelphia Eagles Mel Jacobs, Detroit Lions Reggie Lewis, San Francisco 49ers

WR QB DE DT WR DE

3rd 4th 6th 11th 13th 16th

73 107 170 300 363 443

1977

Bill Helms, New York Giants

TE

11th

284

26 na na 168 195 117

1978

David Turner, Cincinnati Bengals Ron Smith, Los Angeles Rams Whip Walton, Minnesota Vikings Mike Douglass, Green Bay Packers Terry Jackson, New York Giants Dennis Pearson, Atlanta Falcons

RB WR LB LB DB WR

2nd 2nd 3rd 5th 5th 5th

45 53 75 116 120 125

1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 6th 7th 15th

25 31 35 36 48 147 174 381

1979

Don Warren, Washington Redskins Henry Williams, Oakland Raiders Kent Perkov, Cleveland Browns

TE DB DE

4th 6th 8th

103 156 204

1980

Terrell Ward, Philadelphia Eagles Kevin Fidel, Cleveland Browns

DB C

7th 10th

188 263

1981

WR T DB RB

1st 5th 12th 13th

9 121 303 354

Reuben Henderson, Chicago Bears Jim Wilks, New Orleans Saints

DB DT

6th 12th

150 305

1982

Matt Kofler, Buffalo Bills Vernon Dean, Washington Redskins

QB DB

2nd 2nd

48 49

Fred Dryer, New York Giants Lloyd Edwards, Oakland Raiders Tom Nettles, Kansas City Chiefs Doug Fisher, Pittsburgh Steelers

DE TE WR LB

1st 3rd 7th 12th

13 75 179 290

1983

Clinton Sampson, Denver Broncos Todd Seabaugh, Pittsburgh Steelers Phil Smith, Baltimore Colts Doug Reed, Los Angeles Rams Darius Durham, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

WR LB WR DT WR

3rd 3rd 4th 4th 10th

60 79 85 111 270

Dennis Shaw, Buffalo Bills Billie Hayes, Cincinnati Bengals Lon Woodard, New Orleans Saints Bill Pierson, New York Jets

QB DB DE C

2nd 4th 7th 12th

30 104 166 306

1984

Sean McNanie, Buffalo Bills Mike Saxon, Detroit Lions

DE P

3rd 11th

79 300

1985

Ken Burrow, Atlanta Falcons Henry Allison, Philadelphia Eagles Tom Shellabarger, Philadelphia Eagles Tom Hayes, Atlanta Falcons Leon Van Gorkum, San Diego Chargers Lindsey James, Atlanta Falcons

WR G T DB DE RB

2nd 2nd 5th 6th 8th 16th

33 50 108 137 195 397

Tory Nixon, Washington Redskins James Johnson, Detroit Lions Rich Moran, Green Bay Packers Mike Waters, New York Jets

DB LB G RB

2nd 3rd 3rd 9th

33 62 71 235

1986

Webster Slaughter, Cleveland Browns Dan Knight, Green Bay Packers Vince Warren, New York Giants

WR T WR

2nd 4th 5th

43 98 130

Willie Buchanon, Green Bay Packers Tom Reynolds, New England Patriots Martin Imhof, St. Louis Cardinals Robert West, Dallas Cowboys Bruce Ward, San Diego Chargers Brian Sipe, Cleveland Browns

DB WR DT WR G QB

1st 2nd 4th 4th 6th 13th

7 49 84 90 141 330

1987

Robert Awalt, St. Louis Cardinals

TE

3rd

62

1988

Harold Hicks, Washington Redskins Clarence Nunn, New Orleans Saints Todd Santos, New Orleans Saints Wayne Ross, Washington Redskins

DB DB QB P

7th 9th 10th 12th

193 246 274 315

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Name, Team Dave DesRochers, Seattle Seahawks

Position T

Round 12th

Overall 326

1989

Alfred Jackson, Los Angeles Rams

DB

5th

135

1990

Roman Fortin, Detroit Lions Robert Claiborne, Detroit Lions

C WR

8th 12th

203 313

1991

Dan McGwire, Seattle Seahawks Pio Sagapolutele, Cleveland Browns Nick Subis, Denver Broncos

QB DT C

1st 4th 6th

16 85 142

1992

Patrick Rowe, Cleveland Browns Ray Rowe, Washington Redskins Jim Jennings, Kansas City Chiefs

WR TE G

2nd 6th 8th

52 168 213

1994

Marshall Faulk, Indianapolis Colts Darnay Scott, Cincinnati Bengals Ramondo Stallings, Cincinnati Bengals

RB WR DE

1st 2nd 7th

2 30 195

1995

Jamal Duff, New York Giants

DE

6th

204

1996

La'Roi Glover, Oakland Raiders DeAndre Maxwell, Washington Redskins

DT WR

5th 7th

166 250

1997

Will Blackwell, Pittsburgh Steelers Nathaniel Jacquet, Indianapolis Colts George Jones, Pittsburgh Steelers Ricky Parker, Chicago Bears

WR WR RB DB

2nd 5th 5th 6th

53 150 154 201

1998

Kyle Turley, New Orleans Saints Az Hakim, St. Louis Rams Ephraim Salaam, Atlanta Falcons

T WR T

1st 4th 7th

7 96 199

2000

Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, Green Bay Packers Andrew Kline, St. Louis Rams Mike Malano, Minnesota Vikings

OLB G C

5th 7th 7th

149 220 240

2002

Chester Pitts, Houston Texans Larry Ned, Oakland Raiders Mike Houghton, Green Bay Packers

G RB T

2nd 6th 6th

50 197 200

2003

J.R. Tolver, Miami Dolphins

WR

5th

169

2004

Jeff Shoate, Denver Broncos

CB

5th

152

2005

Matt McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles Kirk Morrison, Oakland Raiders Marviel Underwood, Green Bay Packers

OLB ILB FS

2nd 3rd 4th

63 78 115

2006

Freddy Keiaho, Indianapolis Colts Jeff Webb, Kansas City Chiefs

ILB WR

3rd 6th

94 190

2008

Kevin O’Connell, New England Patriots Tyler Schmitt, Seattle Seahawks Brett Swain, Green Bay Packers Chaz Schilens, Oakland Raiders

QB LS WR WR

3rd 6th 7th 7th

94 189 217 226

2009

Lance Louis, Chicago Bears

G

7th

246

2011

Vincent Brown, San Diego Chargers DeMarco Sampson, Arizona Cardinals

WR WR

3rd 7th

82 249

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Aztecs In First 100 NFL Picks

Ranked By Selection -- 52 top 100 selections Year 1994 1998 1972 1968 1969 1973 1991 1967 1975 1994 1970 1967 1985 1971 1967 1967 1986 1978 1954 1982 1967 1982 1972 1952 2002 1971 1992 1997 1978 1983 1987 1985 2005 1974 1985 1976 1978 1969 1965 2005 1984 1983 2011 1972 1991 1983 1973 1972 2008 2006 1998 1986

Name, NFL Team Marshall Faulk, Indianapolis Colts Kyle Turley, New Orleans Saints Willie Buchanon, Green Bay Packers Haven Moses, Buffalo Bills Fred Dryer, New York Giants Isaac Curtis, Cincinnati Bengals Dan McGwire, Seattle Seahawks Don Horn, Green Bay Packers Monte Jackson, Los Angeles Rams Darnay Scott, Cincinnati Bengals Dennis Shaw, Buffalo Bills Leon Carroll, Atlanta Falcons Tory Nixon, Washington Redskins Ken Burrow, Atlanta Falcons Don Shy, Pittsburgh Steelers Bob Jones, Chicago Bears Webster Slaughter, Cleveland Browns David Turner, Cincinnati Bengals Norm Nygaard, Los Angeles Rams Matt Kofler, Buffalo Bills Bob Howard, San Diego Chargers Vernon Dean, Washington Redskins Tom Reynolds, New England Patriots Volney Quinlan, Los Angeles Rams Chester Pitts, Houston Texans Henry Allison, Philadelphia Eagles Patrick Rowe, Cleveland Browns Will Blackwell, Pittsburgh Steelers Ron Smith, Los Angeles Rams Clinton Sampson, Denver Broncos Robert Awalt, St. Louis Cardinals James Johnson, Detroit Lions Matt McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles Claudie Minor, Denver Broncos Rich Moran, Green Bay Packers Duke Fergerson, Dallas Cowboys Whip Walton, Minnesota Vikings Lloyd Edwards, Oakland Raiders Gary Garrison, Philadelphia Eagles Kirk Morrison, Oakland Raiders Sean McNanie, Buffalo Bills Todd Seabaugh, Pittsburgh Steelers Vincent Brown, San Diego Chargers Martin Imhof, St. Louis Cardinals Pio Sagapolutele, Cleveland Browns Phil Smith, Baltimore Colts Bill Ferguson, New York Jets Robert West, Dallas Cowboys Kevin O’Connell, New England Patriots Freddy Keiaho, Indianapolis Colts Az Hakim, St. Louis Rams Dan Knight, Green Bay Packers

Pos. RB T DB WR DE WR QB QB DB WR QB DE DB WR RB DB WR RB B QB DB DB WR B G G WR WR WR WR TE LB OLB T G WR LB TE WR ILB DE LB WR DT DT WR LB WR QB ILB WR T

Rd. 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 4th 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 4th 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 6th 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 4th 3rd 3rd 4th 4th

Pick 2 7 7 9 13 15 16 25 28 30 30 31 33 33 35 36 43 45 46 48 48 49 49 49 50 50 52 53 53 60 62 62 63 68 71 73 75 75 77 78 79 79 82 84 85 85 90 90 94 94 96 98


HISTORY

Aztecs in the NFL Bold indicates player was on NFL roster during the 2010 season.

A Allen, Russell (LB) - Jacksonville (2009-) Allison, Henry (OL) - Philadelphia (1971-72), St. Louis (1975-77), Denver (1977) Allison, Jim (RB) - San Diego (1965-68) Applewhite, Antwan (DE) - San Diego (2007-) Ariey, Mike (OL) - Green Bay (1989) Aronson, Doug (OL) - Cincinnati (1987-88) Awalt, Rob (TE) - Cardinals (1987-89), Dallas (1990-91), Denver (1992), Buffalo (1993) Ayanbadejo, Obafemi (TE/FB) - Minnesota (1997-99), Baltimore (2000-01), Miami (2002-03), Arizona (2004-06)

B Blackwell, Will (WR) - Pittsburgh (1997-2001) Bledsoe, Curtis (RB) - Kansas City (1981-82) Boyd, Greg (DE) - New England (1977-78), Denver (198082), Green Bay (1983-84) Brown, Richard (LB) - Los Angeles (1987-89), San Diego (1990), Cleveland (1991-93), Minnesota (1995) Buchanon, Willie (DB) - Green Bay (1972-78), San Diego (1979-82) Burrow, Ken (WR) - Atlanta (1971-75)

C Carroll, Leo (DE) - Green Bay (1968), Washington (1969-70) Carson, Kern (RB) - New York Jets (1965) Claiborne, Robert (WR) - Tampa Bay (1992-93) Croudip, David (DB) - L.A. Rams (1984), Atlanta (1985-88) Curtis, Isaac (WR) - Cincinnati (1973-84)

D Dahms, Tom (OL) - L.A. Rams (1951-55), Green Bay (1955), San Francisco (1957) Dean, Josh (DB) - Chicago (2005) Dean, Vernon (DB) - Washington (1982-87) Demps, Will (DB) - Baltimore (2002-05), N.Y. Giants (2006), Houston (2007-08) Denson, Keith (WR/KR) - N.Y. Jets (1976) DesRochers, Dave (OL) - Seattle (1988) Dobbins, Herb (OL) - Philadelphia (1974) Dombrowski, Brandyn (OL) - San Diego (2008-) Donckers, Bill (QB) - St. Louis Cardinals (1976-77) Douglass, Mike (LB) - Green Bay (1978-85), San Diego (1986) Dryer, Fred (DE) - N.Y. Giants (1969-71), L.A. Rams (1972-81) DuBois, Phil (TE) - Washington (1979-80) Duff, Jamal (DE) - N.Y. Giants (1995-96), Washington (199798), Chicago (1999) Duich, Steve (OL) - Atlanta (1968), Washington (1969)

E Edwards, Herman (DB) - Philadelphia (1977-86) Edwards, Lloyd (RB) - Oakland (1969)

F Farris, John (OL) - San Diego (1965-66) Farwell, Heath (LB) - Minnesota (2005-) Faryniarz, Brett (DE) - L.A. Rams (1988-91), Atlanta (1992), San Francisco (1993), Houston (1994), Carolina (1995)

Faulk, Marshall (RB) - Indianapolis (1994-98); St. Louis (1999-2006) Fergerson, Duke (WR) - Seattle (1977-79), Buffalo (1980) Ferguson, Bill (LB) - N.Y. Jets (1973-74) Fisher, Doug (LB) - Pittsburgh (1969-70) Fortin, Roman (OL) - Detroit (1990-91), Atlanta (1992-97), San Diego (1998-2001) Freitas, Jesse (QB) - San Diego (1974-75)

G Garrison, Gary (WR) - San Diego (1966-76), Houston (1977) Gbaja-Biamila, Akbar (LB) - Oakland (2003-05), San Diego (2006) Gbaja-Biamila, Kabeer (DE) - Green Bay (2000-08) Glover, La'Roi (DL) - Oakland (1996), New Orleans (19972001), Dallas (2002-2005), St. Louis (2006-08) Griffith, Robert (DB) - Minnesota (1994-2001), Cleveland (2002-2004), Arizona (2005-06)

H Hakim, Az (WR) - St. Louis (1998-01), Detroit (2002-04), New Orleans (2005), San Diego (2006) Hamilton, Lynell (RB) - New Orleans (2008-) Harvey, Jasper (C) - Eagles (2006) Hayes, Billie (DB) - New Orleans (1972) Hayes, Tom (DB) - Atlanta (1971-75), San Diego (1976) Held, Paul (WR/QB) - Green Bay (1955) Henderson, Reuben (DB) - Chicago (1981-82), San Diego (1983-84) Horn, Don (QB) - Green Bay (1967-70), Denver (1971-72), Cleveland (1973), San Diego (1974) Houghton, Mike (OL) - Buffalo (2002), Carolina (2003-04) Howard, Bob (DB) - San Diego (1967-74), New England (1975-77), Philadelphia (1978-79)

I Imhof, Martin (DT) - St. Louis (1972), Washington (1974), New England (1975), Denver (1976) Ingram, Johnathan (OL) - Kansas City (2004-06) Ioja, Adrian (DE) - Oakland (1997) Jackson, Alfred (DB) - L.A. Rams (1989-90), Cleveland (1991), Minnesota (1995)

J Jackson, Monte (DB) - L.A. Rams (1975-77), Oakland (197881) Jackson, Terry (DB) - N.Y. Giants (1978-83), Seattle (198487) Jacquet, Nathaniel (WR/PR) - Indianapolis (1997), Miami (1998-99), San Diego (2000), Minnesota (2001) Johnson, James (LB) - Detroit (1985-87) Jones, Bob (DB/WR) - Chicago (1967), Atlanta (1969) Jones, George (RB) - Pittsburgh (1997), Jacksonville (199899)

K Kahui, Kurt (DL) - San Diego (2006) Keiaho, Freddy (LB) - Indianapolis (2006-09), Jacksonville (2010) Kirk, Randy (LB) - San Diego (1987-88), Phoenix (1989), San Diego (1991), Cincinnati (1992-93), Arizona (199495), San Francisco (1996-98) Kline, Andrew (OL) - St. Louis (2000)

Kofler, Matt (QB) - Buffalo (1982-84), Indianapolis (1985) Kracalik, Mike (OL) - Baltimore (2005-08), N.Y. Jets (2009-)

L Larsen, Stephen (LB) - Chicago (2005) Laughton, Jim (TE) - Seattle (1986-87) Lavender, Joe (DB) - Philadelphia (1973-75), Washington (1976-82) Leomiti, Carlson (OL) - Cleveland (1994) Lewis, Derrick (WR) - New Orleans (2003), Tampa Bay (2004) Lewis, Jonas (RB) - San Francisco (2000-01) Lewis, Reggie (DE) - New Orleans (1982-87) Louis, Lance (OL) - Chicago (2009-)

M Malano, Mike (C) - Minnesota (2000-01) Martin, Larry (DL) - San Diego (1966) Martin, Saladin (DB) - N.Y. Jets (1980), San Francisco (1981) McCoy, Lloyd (OL) - San Diego (1966) McCoy, Matt (LB) - Philadelphia (2005-06), New Orleans (2007), Tampa Bay (2008-09), Seattle (2010-) McDonald, Dwight (WR) - San Diego (1975-78) McGwire, Dan (QB) - Seattle (1991-94), Miami (1995) McNanie, Sean (DE) - Buffalo (1984-87), Phoenix (1988-89) Mendenhall, Terry (LB) - Oakland (1971-72) Mendez, Mario (WR) - San Diego (1964) Milks, Jack (LB) - San Diego (1966) Minor, Claudie (OL) - Denver (1974-82) Moran, Rich (OL) - Green Bay (1985- 93) Morrison, Kirk (LB) - Oakland (2005-09), Jacksonville (2010-) Moses, Haven (WR) - Buffalo (1968-72), Denver (1972-81)

N Ned, Larry (RB) - Minnesota (2003-04) Nichols, Tony (OL) - Chicago (1993) Nixon, Tory (DB) - Washington (1985), San Francisco (198588)

O O’Connell, Kevin (QB) - New England (2008), N.Y. Jets (2009-) Ogas, Dave (LB) - Oakland (1968), Buffalo (1969) Oliver, Clancy (DB) - Pittsburgh (1969-70), St. Louis (1973) Osgood, Kassim (WR) - San Diego (2003-09), Jacksonville (2010-) Owens, Marv (WR) - St. Louis (1973), N.Y. Jets (1974)

P Parker, Ricky (DB) - Jacksonville (1997) Penrose, Craig (QB) - Denver (1976-79), N.Y. Jets (1980) Pearson, Dennis (WR) - Atlanta (1978-79) Peterson, Jim (LB) - Los Angeles (1974-75), Tampa Bay (1976) Petties, Neal (WR) - Baltimore (1964-66) Pieri, Damon (DB) - N.Y. Jets (1993), Carolina (1995-98) Pino, Chris (OL) - Baltimore Ravens (2005) Pitts, Chester (OL) - Houston (2002-09), Seattle (2010-)

Q Quinlan, Volney (Skeet) (WR) - Los Angeles (1952-56), Cleveland (1956)

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R Raye, Jimmy (WR) - L.A. Rams (1991), San Diego (1992) Reed, Doug (DT) - L.A. Rams (1984-90) Reynolds, Tom (WR) - New England (1972) Ricardo, Benny (K) - Buffalo (1976), Detroit (1976-79), New Orleans (1980-81), Minnesota (1982-83), San Diego (1984) Ridge, Houston (DE) - San Diego (1966-69) Robinson, Will (OT) - Seattle (2008, 2010-), Washington (2009) Rowe, Patrick (WR) - Cleveland (1992-93) Rowe, Ray (TE) - Washington (1992) Russell, Brian (DB) - Minnesota (2001-04), Cleveland (2005-06), Seattle (2007-08), Jacksonville (2009), Houston (2009)

S Sagapolutele, Pio (DT) - Cleveland (1991-95), New England (1996), New Orleans (1997-00) Salaam, Ephraim (OT) - Atlanta (1998-2001), Denver (20022003), Jacksonville (2004-05), Houston (2006-08), Detroit (2009), Houston (2009) Sampson, Clinton (WR) - Denver (1983-86), Buffalo (1987) Saxon, Mike (P) - Dallas (1985-92), New England (1993), Minnesota (1994-95) Schilens, Chaz (WR) - Oakland (2008-) Schmautz, Ray (LB) - Oakland (1966) Schmitt, Tyler (LS) - Seattle (2008) Scott, Darnay (WR) - Cincinnati (1994-2001), Dallas (2002) Seabaugh, Todd (LB) - Pittsburgh (1983-85) Shaw, Dennis (QB) - Buffalo (1970-73), St. Louis (1974-75), N.Y. Giants (1976), Kansas City (1978) Sharpe, Ricky (DB) - Cleveland (2004) Shoate, Jeff (DB) - Denver (2004-07), Baltimore (2007), New

York Giants (2007) Shy, Don (RB) - Pittsburgh (1967-68), New Orleans (1969), Chicago (1970-72), St. Louis (1973) Simnjanovski, Brian (P) - New York Jets (2004), Tampa Bay (2005) Sipe, Brian (QB) - Cleveland (1974-83) Slaughter, Webster (WR) - Cleveland (1986-91), Houston (1992-94), Kansas City (1995-95), N.Y. Jets (1996-97), San Diego (1998), Baltimore (1999) Smith, Phil (WR) - Baltimore/Indianapolis (1983-85), Philadelphia (1986) Smith, Ron (WR) - Los Angeles (1978-79), San Diego (8081), Philadelphia (1981-83) Spears, Ron (DE) - New England (1982-83), Green Bay (1983-84) Staggs, Jeff (LB) - San Diego (1966-71, 74), St. Louis (197273) Stallings, Ramondo (DL) - Cincinnati (1994-98) Subis, Nick (OL) - Denver (1991-92) Swain, Brett (WR) - Green Bay (2008-)

T

AP 13 13 19 10 12 12 1 18 12 4 12 11 7 19 20 16 3 5 20 20 20 20 7 21 4 2 1 23 11 23 1 21

Co.

16

16 1

1 15 23

Opponent Houston Florida St. at Iowa St. Brigham Young Missouri Iowa St. at Washington Air Force at Oklahoma St. at Brigham Young at UCLA at Brigham Young at Air Force UCLA at Stanford Iowa* at UCLA at UCLA Oregon Wyoming Brigham Young UCLA at Hawai’i at Miami Brigham Young at Brigham Young Miami at Miami Tulsa# at UCLA Hawai’i Miami at California California

Wallace, Roberto (WR) - Miami (2010-) Walton, Whip (LB) - New York Giants (1980) Warren, Don (TE) - Washington (1979-92) Warren, Vince (WR) - New York Giants (1986) Washington, Ted (RB) - Cincinnati (1968) Watson, Justin (RB) - St. Louis Rams (1999-01) Weathers, Carl (LB) - Oakland (1970-71) Webb, Jeff (WR) - Kansas City (2006-08) Wenzel, Ralph (OL) - Pittsburgh (1966-70), San Diego (1972) West, Robert (WR) - Kansas City (1972-73), San Francisco (1974) Wilks, Jim (DT) - New Orleans (1980-93) Williams, Henry (DB) - Oakland (1979), San Diego (1983), L.A. Rams (1983) Wright, Nate (DB) - Atlanta (1969), St. Louis (1969-70), Minnesota (1971-80)

Y Young, Antwone (DL/FB) - Minnesota (2000)

Tolver, J.R. (WR) - Miami (2003-04), Dallas (2005) Tuipala, Joe (LB) - Jacksonville (2001-03), Washington (2004) Turley, Kyle (OL) - New Orleans (1998-2002), St. Louis (2003-05), Kansas City (2006-07) Turner, David (Deacon) (RB) - Cincinnati (1978-80)

U Underwood, Marviel (S) - Green Bay (2005-06)

San Diego State vs. Ranked Teams Division I Era

W

Date 10.6.73 11.16.77 9.16.78 11.24.79 9.27.80 10.10.81 10.2.82 12.3.83 9.24.84 11.10.84 9.21.85 10.12.85 11.2.85 9.20.86 10.4.86 12.30.86 9.5.87 9.3.88 10.1.88 10.8.88 11.5.88 9.16.89 10.7.89 11.18.89 11.25.89 9.22.90 12.1.90 11.30.91 12.30.91 9.25.92 11.14.92 11.28.92 9.11.93 9.10.94

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Result L W L L L W L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L W L L W

AP Score 9-14 41-16 13-14 14-63 7-31 52-31 25-46 7-38 16-19 3-34 16-34 0-28 10-31 14-45 10-17 38-39 14-47 6-59 13-34 27-55 27-15 25-28 24-31 6-42 27-48 34-62 28-30 12-39 17-28 7-35 52-28 17-63 25-45 22-20

23 14 16 3 25 25 20 22 16 17 15 21 24 16 17 21 2 17 9 9 20 24 21 17 8 18 6 23 23 3 25

Co. 25 14 15 3 25 22 20 23 16 17 13 10 17 17 2 17 10 9 20 19 16 7 19 4 23 25 23 3 24

Opponent at Colorado St. at Brigham Young at Oklahoma Wyoming at Washington at Air Force Colorado St. Wisconsin at Southern California Arizona at Southern California Brigham Young Illinois Colorado St. Brigham Young at Colorado Colorado St. at Ohio St. at Michigan Utah at Ohio St. TCU Cincinnati Brigham Young Brigham Young Utah Brigham Young TCU at Utah at Missouri Air Force at TCU Utah

Date 9.24.94 11.10.94 9.9.95 11.7.96 9.13.97 9.27.97 11.22.97 9.5.98 9.12.98 9.24.98 9.18.99 11.6.99 9.9.00 10.28.00 10.27.01 9.7.02 11.16.02 9.9.03 9.18.04 10.30.04 9.17.05 10.29.05 9.29.07 12.1.07 11.8.08 11.15.08 10.17.09 11.7.09 11.21.09 9.18.10 10.16.10 11.13.10 11.20.10

Result L L L W L ot-L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L L

Score 17-19 28-35 22-38 28-24 3-36 18-24 17-38 14-26 6-35 16-35 21-24 7-30 13-49 22-34 21-59 14-34 21-49 13-16 21-24 28-51 6-27 20-23 23-52 27-48 12-41 14-63 28-38 12-55 7-38 24-27 27-25 35-40 34-38

AP - Associated Press poll. Co. - Ranking in coaches poll (when available). * - Holiday Bowl, San Diego, Calif. # - Freedom Bowl, Anaheim, Calif.


HISTORY

Letterwinners A

Abras, Taft - 1966-67 Abdul-Rahim, Aazaar - 1997-98-99 Ackerson, Tyler - 1987-88 Acosta, Javier - 1952-53 Adair, Dick - 1947-48-49 Adams, Marty - 1983 Adler, Murray - 1952 Afoa, Ulima - 1979-80 Aiken, Fred (Dennis) - 1955-56 Aken-Moleta, Ikaika - 2008-09 Alexander, Mike - 1992-93 Alexander, Jason - 2007 Algra, Bruce - 1973-74 Allen, Percy - 1927-29-30 Allen, Red - 1948 Allen, Rodney - 1999-00-01-02 Allen, Russell - 2005-06-07-08 Allen, Ted - 1922 Allen, Tony - 1979 Allison, Henry - 1969-70 Allison, Jim - 1963-64 Allred, Phil - 1940 Almond, Steve - 1979-80-81 Amano, Frederick - 2006-07 Amaral, Joe - 1973-74 Amaral, Justin - 2005-06 Amend, Ray - 1923 Andersen, Barry - 1968-69 Anderson, Archie - 1928 Anderson, Cal Ray - 1978 Anderson, Jack - 1938 Anderson, Jay - 1971-72 Anderson, Marv - 1985-86 Anderson, Mike - 1982-83 Andrews, Rob - 2009-10 Andrews, Marcus - 2010 Andrews, Marlon - 1989-90 Ange, Jim - 1998-99 Applegarth, Bill Dean - 1958 Applewhite, Antwan - 2004-05-06 Arey, Dennis - 1988-89-90 Arguello, Tim - 1979 Ariey, Mike - 1983-84-85-86 Armstrong, Gerard - 2005-06-07-08 Arnett, Kendall - 1932 Arnold, Amon - 1999-00-01-02 Aronson, Art - 1986 Aronson, Doug - 1983-84-85-86 Arosemena, Eder - 2006 Arriaran, Jim - 1981 Asbury, Jason - 1997-98-99-00 Ash, Rick - 1972-73 Ashley, Richard - 1997 Ashley, William - 1950 Atteberry, Jeff - 1970 Auerbach, Scott - 1996-97-98 Ault, Don - 1927-28-29 Austin, Rick - 1998 Autele, J.J. - 2009-10 Avetisyan, Avo - 1994-95 Avey, Howard - 1927 Avey, Paul - 1927-29-30 Avii, Tuffy - 1971-72 Awalt, Robert - 1985-86 Ayala, Simon - 2008 Ayanbadejo, Obafemi - 1995-96

B

Bachmann, Tony - 1972-73-74 Baecht, Herman - 1937 Bailes, Jonathan - 2003-04-05-06 Bailey, Bill - 1931-32-33 Bailey George - 1938 Baker, Donny - 2003-04-05-06 Baker, Jeff - 1970 Baldwin, Damon - 1986-87-88-89 Balistrreri, Pete - 1998 Ball, Orville - 1945 Ball, Robert - 1958 Barbier, Matt - 2005

Bardot, Don - 1947 Barksdale, Demetrius - 2009-10 Barlow, Harold - 1986 Barman, Barnard - 1934 Barnes, David - 1924-25-26 Barnes, Sam - 1979-80 Barrick, Scott - 1988 Barteis, Joe - 1976-77 Bass, Ray - 2006-07 Bates, Aubra - 1933-34 Bates, Fred - 1948-49-50 Bates, Hugh - 1955 Bean, David - 1958 Beautrow, Jim - 1981-82 Beck, John - 1966-67 Bejarano, Brandon - 1991-92-93-94 Beckman, Bob - 1941 Belcher, Kirk - 1985 Belenzon, Art - 1953 Bell, Demetrius - 1986 Bell, Kipperr - 1979-80 Belmont, Allen - 1928-29 Bender, Jeff - 1973 Bender, Roger - 1979-80-82-83 Benjamin, Harry - 1968 Benson, Harry - 1971-72 Benton, Binky - 1976-77 Benton, John - 1940 Berg, Brian - 1999-00 Berger, Larry - 1945, 47 Bergeron, Lonny - 1996 Bergland, John - 1933-34 Berhe, Nat - 2010 Bernard, Kenny - 1987 Bienhoff, Wayne - 1964-65 Bill, Jason - 1989-90 Bird, Ruben - 1934 Bishop, Henry Jr. - 1961-62 Bixler, Randy - 1971-72 Bixler, Steve - 1972-73 Black, Paul - 1978 Blackwell, Burt - 1973-74 Blackwell, Will - 1994-95-96 Blade, Scott - 1993-94 Blaisdell, Art - 1973-74 Blake, Roger - 1994-95 Blanchard, Bob - 1973 Blanchard, Brett - 1983-84-85-86 Blanton, Billy - 1994-95-96 Blaylock, Lance - 1992 Blaylock, Reggie - 1986-87 Blecha, James - 1966-67 Bledsoe, Curtis - 1978 Bletchen, Jim - 1935 Blyth, Steve - 1988-89 Boaz, Jack - 1937 Boehmke, Russell - 1960-61 Bogard, Stan - 1999 Boles, James - 1946-47 Bonatus, Donald - 1952-53 Bonatus, Kenneth - 1945 Bond, Lawrence - 1926 Bond, Ross - 1921 Booker, Tommy - 1987-88-90 Bordier, Bud - 1948 Bornes, Brandon - 2004-05-06-07 Bosse, Brenndon - 1963 Boudreaux, Corey - 2007-08 Boyd, Dave - 1971 Boyd, Greg - 1974-75 Boyer, Rick - 1980-81 Boyer, Tim - 1972-73 Bradley, Scott - 1976-77 Brandow, Paul - 1975-76 Brannon, Lee - 1987-88 Branstetter, Gary - 1963 Brassey, Dale - 1946 Breitbard, Bob - 1938-39-40 Brewer, Aaron - 2008-09-10 Brigham, Andrew - 2000-01 Brinkley, Steve - 1968-69

Brinton, Spencer - 1997 Bristow, Gib - 1941-42 Brohn, Herb - 1980-82-83-84 Bronson, Joel - 1984 Brooks, Mitch - 1984 Broome, Michael - 1987-88 Brossard, Dan - 1971 Brown, Casey - 1982-83-84-85 Brown, Darrell - 1980-82-83-84 Brown, Davon - 2007-08-09-10 Brown, George - 1968-69-70 Brown, George - 1947 Brown, Harold - 1946 Brown, Lloyd - 1924 Brown, Marv - 1975 Brown, Mike - 1953-54 Brown, Ollie - 1973-74-75-76 Brown, Richard - 1983-84-85-86 Brown, Robert - 1938-39-40 Brown, Robert - 1931-32-33 Brown, Vincent - 2007-08-09-10 Bryant, Jess - 1946-47-48 Bryant, Walter - 1921 Buchanon, Willie - 1970-71 Buckin, Al - 1936 Bullington, Steve - 1982-83 Bunkley, Mike - 1977 Burnett, Tim - 1968-69 Burns, Linden - 1934 Burns, Mike - 1992-93 Burris, Miles - 2008-09-10 Burrow, Ken - 1969-70 Burson, Gene - 1966-67 Burton, Brad - 1986-87-88-89 Burton, Kevin - 1998-99 Burton, Mitch - 1986-87-88-89 Busbee, Stuart - 1984-85 Bush, Alvin - 1981-82 Butcher, Warren - 1942 Butler, John - 1962-63-64 Butler, John - 1933-34-35 Butler, Jomar - 1998-2000-01 Butler, William - 1945 Butts, Curtis - 1989-90-91 Buzbee, Tim - 1972-73 Byrns, Kenneth - 1938

C

Calhoun, Lawrence - 1991 Caliste, Hubert - 2001-02-03-04 Callahan, Matt - 2004-05 Callan, Murry - 1948-49 Callies, Gil - 1934 Cameron, Milton - 1927 Campbell, Tyler - 2006-07-08 Canizales, Albert - 1956-57 Cannon, Don - 1947 Cano, Octavio - 1957-58-59 Carmada, Vincent - 2009 Carman, Bernard - 1933-35 Caron, Bobby - 1978 Carr, Fletcher - 1930-32 Carr, Jack - 1941 Carr, Larry - 1928 Carr, Leslie - 1940 Carroll, Leo - 1965-66 Carsey, Mike - 1967-68 Carson, Kern - 1961-62-63 Carter, Eugene - 1968-69 Carter, Scott - 1978-80 Carter, Thomas - 1982-83 Carver, Leon - 1941 Carusa, Rick - 1979-80 Cassady, Pat - 1972-73 Cassidy, Lloyd - 1946-47-48-49 Castellanos, Rudy - 1976-77 Catsimehas, John - 1945 Chacon, Larry - 1980 Chaffin, Randy - 1960-61-62 Chambers, Wendell - 1966 Chambliss, Phil - 1977-78

Champion, George - 1921 Chandler, Garland - 1972-73 Chandler, Jim - 1974-75 Chapman, Robby - 1981 Chance, Cameron - 1996-97 Chase, Byron - 1949-50 Chavez, Bill - 1969 Childs, Leandrew - 1996 Chlumak, Martin - 1998-99 Cholewa, Tom - 1959 Chornomud, Dwight - 1994-95 Chumich, Lew - 1977 Churchman, Al - 1933-34-35 Claiborne, Robert - 1987, 1989 Clancy, Mike - 1976-77 Clark, Anthony - 1964 Clark, Avery - 1972-73 Clark, Mervyn - 1930-31-32 Clark, Roger - 1963 Clarke, Zach - 2007-08 Clayton, John - 1996 Clement, Terry - 1976-77 Clemmer, Curt - 1941-42 Clearbrook, Harold - 1924 Cleary, Mac - 1998-99-00 Cline, Theron - 1929 Clyde, Dick - 1973-74 Cochran, Kenneth - 1958 Cole, David - 1991 Coleman, David - 1979 Coleman, George - 1946-47-48 Coleman, Mark - 1981 Collett, Randy - 1975 Collins, Curt - 1992-93-94 Collins, Frederick - 2002 Collins, Mike - 1962-63-64 Collins, Trent - 1982-83 Colongi, John - 1971 Conard, Kevin - 1987 Conerly, Kyle - 2001-02-03-04 Conklin, Bob - 1949-50-51 Connell, George - 1931 Conner, Don - 1945 Conyers, Anthony - 1986 Cooks, Eldridge - 1961-62-63 Coomes, Todd - 1988-89 Cooper, David - 1987-88-89-90 Coover, Charles - 1945 Copeland, Casey - 1987-88 Copeland, Don - 1997-98 Copp, Roy - 1969-70 Corral, Ed - 1979-80 Corrin, Merle - 1932-33-34 Costello, John - 1968 Cota, Alex - 1974-75 Cotton, Bill - 1958 Coviello, Andy - 1990-91 Cox, Bobby - 1975 Cox, Gordon - 1929-30-31 Cozens, Bob - 1939-40-41 Cozens, Tom - 1937-38-39 Craft, Kevin - 2006 Craft, Tom - 1975-76 Craig, Thomas - 1945 Craney, Jay - 1971-72 Crawford, Travis - 2007-08 Crews, Charlie - 1976-77 Crosby, Craig - 1992-93-94-95 Crossley, Jim - 1966-67 Crosthwaite, Gil - 1938-39-40 Croudip, Dave - 1981-82 Cruz, Ben - 1951 Cubley, Walter - 1961-62-63 Cummings, Garry - 1952 Curry, Don - 1947 Curtis, Isaac - 1972 Curtis, Rico - 1996-97-98-99

D

Dahms, John - 1945 Dahms, Tom - 1947-48-49

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HISTORY/LETTERWINNERS cont. Dale, Alan - 1981-82 Damon, Andy - 1985-86 Daniels, Charles - 1948-49-50 Daniels, Paul - 1967-68 Darby, Brendan - 2000-01-02-03 Darcey, Mike - 1974-75 Darden, Dave - 1973 Dasovich, Percy - 1934 Dave, Al - 1972 Davenport, Ronnie - 2002 Davis, Bill - 1949-50-51 Davis, Brandon - 2008-09-10 Davis, Chris - 1984-85 Davis, Dick - 1941-42 Davis, Joe - 1976-77 Davis, Lance - 1995 Davis, Tedd - 1977-78 Dawson, Jack - 1932 Dawson, Reldon (Bing) - 1964-65 Deakin, Doug - 2009-10 Deal, Walter - 1924-25 Dean, Josh - 2001-02-03-04 Dean, Vernon - 1980-81 Deckert, Tom - 1969, 71 DeFelice, Garth - 1975-76 Delaney, Tim - 1968-69-70 Delvaux, Art - 1963-64 DeMartinis, Tony - 2006-07-08 Demps, Marcus - 2002-03-04-05 Demps, Will - 1999-00-01 Dennis, Jim - 1984-85 Denso, Dylan - 2010 Denson, Keith - 1972-73 Derrick, Jim - 1932-33-34 DesRochers, Dave - 1986-87 Diamond, Frank - 1940 Dias, John - 1950 Dickerson, Don - 1956 Dickie, Shawn - 2000-01-02-03 Diebel, Paul - 1971 Dilley, Elden - 1924-25, 30-31 Dillingham, McKinley - 1967-68 Dillon, Hi - 1921 Dillon, Mike - 1930-32 Dimich, Milan - 1960 Dimmick, Jim - 1974 Dion, Jason - 2003 Dirks, John - 1933-34 Dixon, Vollon - 1975-76 Dlugolecki, Matt - 2003-04-05 Dobbins, Herbie - 1972-73 Dodd, Charlie - 1972 Dodds, Verne - 1952-53-54 Doleman, Tom - 1977 Dombrowski, Brandyn - 2004-05-06-07 Donovan, Terry - 1975-76 Donckers, Bill - 1971-72 Donnell, Al - 1940 Dorsey, Dan - 1996-97 Doston, George - 1924-25 Dotson, Leroy - 1958-59-60 Douglass, Mike - 1976-77 Dowd, Bill - 1984-85 Dowd, Jim - 1947-48-49 Dowhower, Rod - 1963-64 Draheim, Tommie - 2009-10 Draper, Paul - 1949 Drayton, Kevin - 1988-89 Driscoll, Paul - 1931-32-33 Driver, Michael - 1993-94 Dryer, Fred - 1967-68 DuBois, Phil - 1977-78 Duckett, Ed - 1960-61 Duff, Jamal - 1991-92-93-94 Duich, John - 1935-37 Duich, Steve - 1966-67 Duke, Alan - 1964-65 Duke, Dennis - 1969 Duke, Joe - 1957-58-59 Duncan, Eric - 1988-89-90-91 Duncan, Steve - 1977-78 Dunkle, Freddy - 2004-05-06-07 Dunn, Brooke - 1975-76 Duran, Josh - 2006 Duran, Michael - 1996-97-98-99 Durbin, Derrick - 2003-04 Durham, Darius - 1980-81-82 Durland, Charles - 1934-35

E

Early, John - 1954-55-56 Earley, Lyndon - 1986-87-88 Eaton, Jack - 1982-83-84-85 Echenique, Tom - 1972-73 Eckis, Rollin - 1923-24 Edens, Bennis - 1946-47-48 Edwards, Alfred (Gene) - 1953 Edwards, Freddie - 1992, 94-95-96 Edwards, Herman - 1976 Edwards, Kwincy - 2008-09 Edwards, Lloyd - 1967-68 Edwards, Marcus - 2004-05 Edwards, Ted - 2006 Eilerts, Douglas - 1964-65 Elimimian, Jacob - 2002-03-04 Ellis, Craig - 1980 Ellison, Keith - 2002 Ellwood, Rick - 1975 Elmore, Brad - 1998-99 Emanuel, Vince - 1979-80, 82 Embernate, Nik - 2009-10 Embrey, Robert - 1948-49-50 England, Max - 1923 Engle, George - 1965-66 Engle, Jerry - 1970-71 Engstrand, Tanner - 2004 Enriquez, Henry - 1961 Epps, Bob - 1979-80 Erkenbeck, James - 1949-50-51 Erwin, Larry - 1955 Escalera, Gabriel - 1965-66 Escobar, Gavin - 2010 Esene, Levi - 1984, 86 Evans, Dallas - 1956-57 Evans, Demario - 1993 Evans, Don - 1986 Evans, Tyrone - 1995-96-97 Ewert, Burton - 1991,93-94 Eyherabide, Pascal - 1970-71

F

Fackrell, Rey Dee - 1956-57 Fairbrother, Bill - 1981-82 Fanchin, Al - 1978-79-80 Fantroy, Martrell - 2007, 09 Farias, Philip - 1961-62 Farr, Kellen - 2008, 2010 Farris, John - 1962-63-64 Farwell, Heath - 2002-03-04 Faryniarz, Brett - 1984-85-86-87 Fates, Miles - 1995-96-97 Faulk, Marshall - 1991-92-93 Featherstone, John - 1969-70 Feeney, Kevin - 1975-76 Fehoko, Whitley - 2006 Feldt, Don - 1948 Felice, Lee - 1969-70 Felice, Lynn - 1968-69 Fergerson, Duke - 1975 Fergerson, Nate - 1973-74 Ferguson, Bill - 1971-72 Fernandez, Lawrence - 1963 Fidel, Kevin - 1977-78 Fifita, Siaosi - 2005-06-07-08 Filson, Art - 1947-48 Finan, John - 1945 Finch, Chris - 1992-93-94-95 Findley, Larry - 1965-68 Finkel, Bryan - 2009 Finkle, James - 2005 Fish, Don - 1951-52 Fisher, Doug - 1967-68 Fisher, Thane - 1986, 1989 Fitz, Hollis - 1925-26-27 Fitzpatrick, Harold - 1923 Flaherty, Bernard - 1953-54-55 Fletcher, Ed - 1951-52 Fletcher, Raleigh - 2000-01-02 Fletcher, Rocky - 1971-72 Fletcher, Tom - 1991-92-93-94 Flick, Chad - 1996-97 Flisher, Gary - 1969-70 Flisher, Ron - 1965-66 Flores, Emmett - 1987 Fluegge, Donald - 1995 Fodor, Al - 1947 Fogel, Steve - 1979, 81

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Foli, Anthony - 2000-01-02-03 Foote, Herbert - 1946 Foran, Williams - 1945 Ford, Bob - 1937, 39 Ford, Garrett - 1990 Ford, Glen - 1975 Fortin, Roman - 1987-88-89 Foster, Dustan - 1980 Foster, Greg - 1981-82 Foster, Lou - 1990-91 Fox, Guy - 1927-28 Fox, John - 1975-76 Fox, Maurice - 1928 Fox, Mike - 1979-80-81-82 Fragile, Jack - 1974-75 Frame, Joe - 1935-36 Francis, Bob - 1976 Francis, Henry - 1922-23 Franey, Jerome - 1981-82 Franklin, Michael - 2002-03-04-05 Franson, Lou - 1971 Freeman, Tom - 1967-68 Freitag, Ralph - 1949-50 Freitas, Jesse - 1972-73 Frew, Dean - 1984 Frisco, Carl - 1940 Fritz, Monte - 1952-53-54-55 Frost, Jack - 1939-40 Fry, Wayne - 1937 Fudge, Bill - 1974-75

G

Gabaldon, Joe - 1960 Galindo, Joe - 1949-50 Galindo, Frank - 1936-37 Galpin, Harry - 1942 Gamble, Donte - 2000-01 Garcia, Rick - 1960 Garner, Barkham - 1924-25-26-27 Garretson, Rick - 1975-76-77-78 Garrison, Diallo - 1996 Garrison, Gary - 1964-65 Gaston, Dan - 1983-84 Gatlin, Charles - 1995-96-97 Gbaja-Biamila, A. - 1999-00-01-02 Gbaja-Biamila, K. - 1996-97-98-99 Geddies, Terry - 1927-28 Geary, Frank - 1973-74 Gearty, Steve - 1976-77-78 Gelt, Brian - 2000-01 George, Donald - 1957-58-59 George, Matt - 1994 Gibbs, Joe - 1961-62-63 Gibbs, Larry - 2010 Gilbert, Mike - 1974-75 Gilbreath, Monty - 1986-87-88-89 Gilliland, George - 1939-40 Gillis, Curtis - 1987 Gillison, Steve - 1984 Gilmore, Corey - 1983-84-85-86 Glister, Rob - 1981-82 Glass, Max - 1936-37 Glaze, George - 1991-92-93 Glaze, Raymond Jr. - 1957-58 Glaze, Sebastian - 1990-91-92-93 Glenn, Donnie - 1977-78 Glenn, Ricky - 1979 Glover, Darcel - 1994-95 Glover, La'Roi - 1992-93-94-95 Godden, John - 1962-63-64 Goebel, Dave - 1980 Goetchius, Randy - 1977-78 Gomez, Alan - 2006 Gomez, Raul - 2000-01-02 Goodchild, Bill - 1940-41 Goodwin, Daryle - 1957 Gordon, Lynn - 1962 Gorham, C.S. - 1921 Gorman, David - 2002 Gourdine, Damon - 1997-98-99 Gourdine, Daniel - 2000 Gradinger, Leo - 1979-80 Graff, Rob - 1986-87-88-89 Graham, Marty - 1996-97 Grant, Harold - 1931 Gray-Hayward, Adam - 2002-03-04 Green, Justin - 2001 Green, Robert - 1984 Gregoria, Andy - 2010

Gresoro, Max - 1959-60-61 Grider, Buss - 1978 Griffith, Gordon - 1971-72 Griffith, Robert - 1990-91-92 Grigsby, Reggie - 2003-04-05-06 Grimaud, Ronald - 1952 Gross, Morris - 1922-23-24, 26 Gunther, Kurtis - 2008, 10 Gutierrez, Al - 1966 Gutierrez, Tim - 1993-94 Gutowski, Jay - 1953-54-55-56

H

Hailey, Bryan - 1983-84-85-86 Hakim, Az - 1994-95-96-97 Halda, Mark - 1977-79-80 Hall, Adam - 2001-02-03 Hall, Darryl - 1979, 81 Halte, Donald - 1961-62-63 Hamilton, Lynell - 2003, 05-06-07 Hammerschmidt, Benn - 1937-38 Hammes, Richard - 1959-60 Hammett, Bill - 1972-73 Hammett, Bill - 1999-00 Hammond, Scott - 1993 Hammons, Jim - 1966 Hanawalt, Jim - 1988-89-90 Hancock, Cliff - 1966-67 Hancock, John - 1921-22-23-24 Hansen, Curtis - 1966-67 Hansen, Harold - 1927-28-29 Hansen, James - 1950 Hansen, Norman - 1959 Hansen, Rick - 1980-81-82 Hanzal, Brian - 1949 Hardaway, Charles - 1989 Hardy, Chris - 1983-84-85-86 Harmon, Buford - 1965-66 Harris, Clarence - 1937 Harris, Fred - 1994 Harris, Herman - 1921 Harris, Merton - 1990-91 Harrison, Robbie - 1981 Harvey, Derrick - 1980-82-83 Harvey, Jasper - 2002-03, 05 Harvey, Walt - 1937-38-39 Hastings, Reed - 1936-37 Hatch, Mike - 1996-97 Hathaway, Jones - 1921 Haughn, Dennis - 1972-73 Hawkins, Daryl - 1994-95 Hawley, Dale - 1963-64-65 Hawley, Jack - 1999-00 Hayes, Billie - 1968-69 Hayes, Thomas - 1969-70 Hays, Carl - 1959-60 Haywood, Jerome - 1998-99-00-01 Hazel, Willard - 1953 Heather, George - 1999-00 Heaton, Leo - 1946, 48 Heggins, James - 1996-97 Heiborn, Arthur - 1921 Heinz, Joe - 1990-91-92 Held, Paul - 1951-52-53 Held, Spencer - 1921-22 Helms, Bill - 1975-76 Helzer, Daniel - 1964 Hemmings, Dey Juan - 2007-08-09 Hemp, Ralph - 1958 Hemphill, Charles - 1966-67 Henderson, Atiyyah - 2006-07-08 Henderson, Bobby - 1973-74 Henderson, Reuben - 1978-79-80 Henley, Jack - 1949-50-51 Henley, Sam - 1950 Henry, Danny - 1994-95 Henson, Steve - 1971 Hertsch, Neil - 1982-83 Herrill, Clair (Red) - 1949-50 Hershey, Jay - 1935-36 Hestor, Tom - 1921-22-23, 25 Hewitt, Hunter - 2009 Hewitt, Paul - 1987-88 Hicks, Brad - 1982-83-84 Hicks, Harold - 1986 Higashi, Hideo - 1935, 37 Higgens, Clark - 1946 Higgens, Dennis - 1970-71 Higgens, Harry - 1952-53-54


HISTORY/LETTERWINNERS cont. Hight, Fred - 1971-72-73 Hight, Jim - 1966-67 Hildreth, James - 1927-28-29 Hill, Mike - 1977-78 Hill, Theron - 1995 Hillard, Lawrence - 1964-65 Hillman, Ronnie - 2010 Hinton, Ken - 1975-76 Hitt, Travis - 1973-74-75-76 Hodge, Eric - 2005 Hoffman, Tom - 1962-63-64 Holman, Damien - 2002 Holmes, Donny - 1976-77 Holmes, Vonnie - 2007-08 Holt, Peter - 1993-94-95-96 Home, Samson - 1972 Homesly, Bob - 1941 Hons, Cory - 1980 Hooper, Mike - 1984-85-86-87 Horn, Don - 1965-66 Horn, Romeo - 2007-08 Houghton, Mike - 1999-00-01 Howard, Bob - 1965-66 Howard, Kwan - 2003-04-05-06 Howard, Thomas - 1999-00-01 Howell, Kevin - 1981-82 Howell, Lou - 1951 Hoyt, Loris - 1926 Hubbard, Warren - 1956 Huffaker, Charles - 1961 Hufford, Lyle - 1950 Hughes, Everett - 1956-57 Hughes, Jim - 1935 Hughes, Michael - 2004-05-06-07 Hull, James - 1957-58 Hull, Marc - 2004-05-06-07 Hunt, James - 1970-71 Huth, Eric - 1979-80 Hyatt, Mark - 1988

I

Iata, Ryan - 2000-01-03 Iavelli, Carl - 1966 Ibe, Mike - 1990-91 Ikonne, Eric - 2008 Imhof, Martin - 1971 Imo, Ed - 1976-77 Inge, Pete - 1976-77-78-79 Ingram, Johnathan - 1999-00-01-02 Ioja, Adrian - 1993-94-95-96 Iosefa, Trask - 2007-08-09-10 Irvin, Bill - 1939-40

J

Jackson, Alfred - 1985-86-87-88 Jackson, Harold - 1956 Jackson, Joe - 1995-96-97-98 Jackson, Jonas - 1972-73 Jackson, Ken - 1972 Jackson, Monte - 1973-74 Jackson, Terry - 1975-76-77 Jacobs, Ambrous - 1966-67 Jacobs, Mel - 1974-75 Jacquet, Nathaniel - 1995-96 James, Lindsey - 1969-70 James, Scotty - 2006-07 Jantz, Jack - 1952-53 Jeffries, Kipp - 1990-91-92 Jenkins, Dennis - 1966 Jennings, Jim - 1988-89-90-91 Jennings, Marcus - 1978 Jensen, Kris - 1985-86 Jessop, Dave - 1931-32-33 Jessup, John - 1980-82 Jezulin, Mike - 1980-81 Johns, Edward - 1952-53-54 Johns, Nathan - 1965-66 Johnson, Alec - 2010 Johnson, Bob - 1974-75 Johnson, Buster - 1945 Johnson, Chris - 1990-91-92-93 Johnson, James - 1983-84 Johnson, Ken - 1925, 27-28 Johnson, Mark - 1975 Johnson, Scott - 1996-97-98-99 Johnson, Shane - 2000, 2002 Johnson, Taj - 1996-97 Johnson, Tim - 1977-78 Johnston, Dave - 1976

Jones, Darius - 2008 Jones, Darryl - 1997-98 Jones, George - 1995-96 Jones, Harry - 1931-32 Jones, Harry - 1959 Jones, Jason - 1995-96 Jones, Leonard - 1992-93-94 Jones, Robert - 1965-66 Jones, Steve - 1976 Jones, Tom - 1967 Jordan, Karl - 1957 Jordan, LaDrue - 1969 Jordan, Steve - 1970-71 Jorde, Steve - 1977-78 Joyner, Stephen - 1964-65 Jurk, Don - 1951-52 Justice, Jeremy - 2003-04 Justice, Walt - 1974-75 Justman, Patrick - 2004-05-06

K

Kafka, John - 1968-69 Kahan, Charles - 1956 Kahui, Kurt - 2002-03-04-05 Kalati, Mau - 1974-75 Kaiser, Jack - 1946-47-48 Kaiser, Robert - 1946, 48 Kalbach, Bart - 1986-87 Karno, Rich - 1978 Kaszycki, Ed - 1993-94 Katzenmeyer , Dave - 1977-78 Kawulok, Matthew - 2006-07-08-09 Kazee, Walter - 2009-10 Kearney, Bryant - 1927 Keesey, Dan - 1981 Keiaho, Freddy - 2002-03-04-05 Keil, Don - 1941 Kelley, Arthur - 1930-31 Kelly, Jack - 1940 Kelly, Leonard - 1964-65 Kelly, Percy - 1929 Kenion, Mike - 1980 Kentris, Jim - 1978 Kenyon, Bill - 1942 Kertel, Ed - 1974-75 Ketchum, Logan - 2009-10 Kilby, Chris - 1983-84-85-86 King, James - 1958-59 King, Preston - 2009 Kinney, Cliff - 1964-65 Kirk, Randy - 1985-86 Kirovski, Tommy - 2001-02 Kirschner, Todd - 1978 Kita, George - 1939-40-41 Klatt, Bobby - 1973 Kleck, Bert - 1938-39-40 Kline, Andrew - 1996-97-98-99 Kmet, John - 1977-79-80 Knight, Dan - 1984-85 Knoles, Norman - 1932-33 Knutson, Mike - 1986-87 Koenig, Mark - 1991-92-93 Kofler, Matt - 1980-81 Kohn, Brandon - 2009 Kollar, Ward - 1981 Kopp, Frank - 1926 Korsmeier, Larry - 1961-62 Kos, Jay - 2000-01 Kracalik, Mike - 2001-02-03-04 Kramer, Bill - 1973-74 Kravetz, Mike - 2004, 06-07 Krupens, Harold - 1956 Kruse, Bill - 1939-40-41 Kruzsch, Phill - 1941 Krzysiak, Pat - 1979-80 Kushner, Bill - 1988 Kutsuris, Jon - 1985

L

Lamar, James - 1977-78 Lambert, Mike - 1973 LaMonda, Zach - 2000-01 Lancaster, Jeff - 1967-68 Landis, Harold - 1945 Langley, Everett - 1970-71 Laolagi, Luke - 2006-07-08-09 LaPlant, Steve - 1975-76 Larsen, Stephen - 2001-02-03-04 Larson, Bo - 1976-77

Laskowski, Daniel - 1967 Latham, Huge - 1949-51 Laughton, Jim - 1982, 84-85 Lauter, Steve - 1984-85-86 Lavender, Joe - 1971-72 Lawanson, Sam - 1995-96 Lawson, Kent - 1962-63-64 Lawson, Ernie - 2007-08-09-10 Lay, David - 1961-62-63 Lealofi, Aloalii - 2003-04 Ledbetter, Jay - 1974-75 Ledford, William - 1956 Lee, Charles - 1932-33, 35 Leja, George - 1950-51 Lemker, Jeff - 1985-86 Lemon, Gabe - 2010 Leomiti, Carlson - 1990-91-92-93 Leomiti, Harry - 1980 Levi, Marcus - 2001 Levine, Bob - 1978-79, 81 Lewis, Claude - 1954-55-56 Lewis, Darrell - 1991-92-93 Lewis, Darryn - 2008-09-10 Lewis, Derrick - 1999-00-01 Lewis, Eric - 1995-96-97-98 Lewis, Jonas - 1996-97-98-99 Lewis, Reggie - 1975 Lightner, Dennis - 1966-67 Lily, Rick - 1965-66 Limahelu, Al - 1969-70 Limebrook, Dave - 1972-73 Linam, Delbert - 1952 Linares, Robert - 1952-53-55 Lindley, Ryan - 2008-09-10 Lizalde, Milo - 1964 Lobel, Blake - 2001-02-03-04 Lockett, Colin - 2010 Long, Jerome - 2008-09-10 Long, Matt - 1980-81-82-83 Long, Max - 1954 Long, Victor - 1953-54 Louis, John - 1990-91-92-93 Louis, Lance - 2004-05-07-08 Lovine, Allen - 1935-36 Lowery, David - 1991-92-93 Lucas, Bob - 1975 Luster, Dave - 1985 Lynch, Mike - 2003 Lyon, Robert - 1951-52-53

M

Mack, Farrell - 1978 Macias, Edgar - 1996 MacKersie, Bill - 1942 Macon, Kevin - 1987-88-90-91 Madison, Ken - 1964-65 Magee, Albert - 1957-58-59 Magee, Donald - 1955-56-57 Mahimeister, James - 1946 Maka, Va'ati - 2003-04 Malano, Mike - 1996-97-98-99 Malcolm, Marshall - 1951, 53-55 Manneh, Sam - 1968-69 Manocchia, Nick - 1980 Manos, John - 1945 Mao, Tracey - 1988-89-90-92 Maples, Milton - 1988-89 Marchbanks, Ross - 2000-01 Marsala, John - 1976 Marshall, Gary - 1973-74-75-76 Martin, Brett - 2004-05-06-07 Martin, Deric - 1999-00-01 Martin, Dick - 1932 Martin, Joe - 2003-04-05-06 Martin, Larry - 1964-65 Martin, Saladin - 1977-78 Mascan, Larry - 1973-74, 76 Masinick, Luke - 1983 Mason, Greg - 1972-73 Masthay, Mauri - 1956 Mastin, Randy - 1978-79 Matamua, Mike - 2009 Matheson, Doug - 1967 Mathie, Bill - 1938-39-40 Mathis, Ken - 1976-77 Matuszewicz, Steve - 1988-89-91-92 Mauldin, Davion - 2008-09 Maultsby, Kevin - 1987-88 Maxey, Larry - 1989-90-91-92

Maxwell, DeAndre - 1992-93-94-95 Mayhew, David - 2000-01 Mayo, Joey - 1998-99 McAuley, Mike - 1973 McBeth, Allen - 1960 McCartney, John - 1992-93-94-95 McChristian, Julius - 1994-95-96-97 McColl, Jim - 1939-40 McCoy, Lloyd - 1962-63 McCoy, Matthew - 2002-03-04 McCreery, Bill - 1925 McCreery, Bob - 1923-24-25 McCullough, Carl - 2003 McCutcheon, Freddie - 2002 McDaniel, Vernell - 1970 McDonald, Dwight - 1974 McFadden, Leon - 2009-10 McGehee, Cecil - 1956-57-58 McGillis, Mike - 1974-75 McGuire, Andy - 1965 McGwire, Dan - 1989-90 McHargue, John - 1955-56 McKay, Mark - 1982-83 McKay, T.J. - 2005-06-07-08 McKechnie, Kevin - 1994-95-96-97 McKee, Dick - 1947 McKeever, Mac - 1982 McMichael, Jim - 1934-35-36 McMichael, Paul - 1931 McNanie, Sean - 1982-83 McNeil, Rod - 1982-83 McNeill, R. (Gray) - 1997-98-99-01 McNeill, Mike - 1974 McNeill, Rodney - 1997 McPhatter, Ferman - 1949-50-51 Maze, Terrell - 2003-04-05-06 Meagher, E. (Mike) - 1967-68 Mecham, Ben - 1996-97-98 Meek, Gary - 1969-70 Mejia, J.C. - 2003 Meeker, Joseph - 1961-62-63 Mella, Rob - 1984 Mendenhall, Terry - 1969-70 Mendez, Edward - 1963-64 Mendez, Mario - 1961-62-63 Merchant, Bob - 1940-41 Merino, John - 1970 Merrill, Bob - 1968-69 Merrill, Tom - 1994 Meschi, Dan - 1973-74 Metroka, Emil - 2006 Metzger, Art - 1936 Meyer, Dave - 1981-82 Miclot, Eric - 2004-05 Mietz, Richard - 1982 Milbrand, Lance - 1983 Milke, G. (Bud) - 1948-49-50 Milks, John - 1963-64 Miller, Adam - 2004-05 Miller, Anthony - 2009 Miller, Bishop - 1999 Miller, Brook - 2002-03 Miller, Chris - 1971-72 Miller, Frank - 1971-72 Miller, Jeff - 1982-83 Miller, Mark - 1977-78 Miller, Robert - 2002-03, 06 Milling, Jerry - 2006-09 Milsan, Doel - 1940 Mims, Terry - 1986 Minor, Claudie - 1972-73 Minor, John - 1982-83-84-85 Misch, Mike - 1989-90 Mitchell, DeAngelo - 1987 Mitchell, Ken - 1947 Mitchell, Kevin - 1979-80 Mitchell, Larry - 1970 Mitchell, Lonny - 1997-98-99 Mitchell, Mario - 1985-86-87-88 Monaco, Ron - 1981 Moneymaker, Robert - 1956 Montgomery, John - 1924, 27-28 Montgomery, Marcus - 2006 Montler, Bonner - 1988 Moody, Dan - 1977-78 Moore, Aaron - 2006-07-08-09 Moore, Jason - 1994-95-96-97 Moore, Jermaine - 2002-03 Moore, Josh - 1994

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HISTORY/LETTERWINNERS cont. Moore, Johnny - 1977, 79-80 Moore, Ken - 1983-84-85-86 Moore, Lonnie - 1979 Moore, Raymond - 1952-53, 56 Moore, William - 1969-70 Morales, Marco - 1982-83 Moran, James - 1950 Moran, Rich - 1980-81, 83-84 Morehouse, Ron - 1977-78 Moreno, David - 2000-01 Morgan, Jeff - 1981 Morris, Andre - 1969-70 Morris, Cree - 1990-91 Morris, David - 1964 Morris, Richard - 1958-59-60 Morris, Shane - 2008 Morrison, Al - 1921-22 Morrison, Kirk - 2001-02-03-04 Morrison, Ty - 1991 Morton, Lance - 1954 Moses, Clark - 1987-88-89 Moses, Clinton - 1952 Moses, Greg - 1972-73 Moses, Haven - 1966-67 Moss, Robert Jr. - 1958-59-60 Mosolf, George - 1931-32-33 Mott, DeWitt - 1921 Mott, Paul - 1924-25-26-27 Mougey, Darren - 2005-06-07-08 Meuhleisen, Gene - 1936-37 Muhammad, Aqeel - 1998-99 Mulholland, Pat - 1978 Mumy, Gene - 1953 Murdock, Clayton - 1929-30 Murphy, Damien - 1996-97-98 Myatt, Jerry - 1972-73 Myer, Richard - 1969-70

N

Nadon, Adrian - 1945 Napier, Sandy - 1970-71 Naylor, Casey - 2001-02-03 Neal, David - 1997-98 Neary, Mike - 1983-84 Nelson, Robert - 1956-57 Nelson, Robert - 2005 Ned, Larry - 1998-99-00-01 Nedd, DeAngelo - 2000-01-03 Negrete, Danny - 2003 Nelson, Peter - 2007-08-09 Nelson, Robert - 2006 Nelson, William - 1946 Nesvold, Al - 1942 Nettles, Bill - 1938-39-40 Nettles, Tom - 1966-67-68 Nettles, Tony - 1989 Nettles, Wayne - 1939-40 Nevarez, Steve - 2002 Newlee, Barney - 1946-47 Newman, Ken - 1980 Newton, Robert - 1953-54-55 Nicholas, Danny - 1954-55 Nichols, Bert - 1937 Nichols, Tony - 1989-90-91-92 Nicholson, Chester - 1950-51 Nicholson, Scottie - 1998-99 Nielson, Gawin - 1936-37 Nikos, John - 1978 Nilsen, Dan - 1995-96-97 Niu, Sai - 1987-88-89-90 Nixon, Chuck - 1984-85-86-87 Nixon, Torran - 1983-84 Nobles, Gary - 1981-82 Nogle, Darold - 1972-73 Norman, Derek - 1994 Nottbusch, Frank - 1932-33-34 Nuanez, Scott - 1983 Nunez, Jim - 1940 Nunn, Clarence - 1983, 85-86-87 Nwansi, Ornan - 2006-07 Nyberg, Jake - 1990-91,93 Nygaard, Norm - 1952-53-54 Nyssen, Adam - 2003

O

O'Brien, Chris - 1984-85 O’Brien, Josh - 2010 O'Brien, Kevin - 1976 O'Brien, Thomas - 1953

O'Callaghan, John - 1984 O'Connell, Kevin - 2004-05-06-07 O'Connell, Thomas - 1927 Oatsvall, Scott - 1992 Odiorne, Dennis - 2002 Ogas, David - 1966-67 Ogas, Ray - 1968-69 Ohlin, Jerry - 1956-57-58 Ohnesorgen, George - 1973-74 Olander, Byron - 1967-68-69 Olison, Rance - 1973-74 Oliver, Clarence - 1967-68 Oliver, Larry - 1977-78 O'Mara, Jack - 1932-33-34 Orange, Rickey - 1976-77 Ortega, Richard - 1951-52 Ortiz, Robert - 2002-03-04-05 Osborn, Nick - 2004-05-06-07 Osborne, Andy - 1996-97 Osgood, Kassim - 2002 Oslin, Michael - 1967-68 Otis, John - 1952 Overby, Ken - 1994-95 Overton, Dayna - 1995 Owens, Marv - 1970-71 Owens, Keith - 1989

P

Paopau, Junior - 1971 Palmer, Garrett - 2004-05-06-07 Palumbo, Paul - 1980 Paredes, Andre - 1981-82-83 Parker, Charles - 1958 Parker, Larry - 2009-10 Parker, Ricky - 1993-94-95-96 Parker, Sherwood - 1941-42 Parker, Thomas - 1945 Parks, Lamont - 1987-88 Parma, Leon - 1948-49-50 Parrington, Trevor - 2004-05-06 Parris, Henry - 1922 Patterson, Zach - 1995 Paul, Morey - 1987-88-89-90 Pauu, Jack - 1970-71 Pavelko, Galen - 1969-70 Pavelko, Garret - 2000-01 Payne, Ceasar - 1969-70 Pearson, Dennis - 1977 Peck, George - 1941 Penman, Lonnel - 2002-03 Pentoney, Lawrence - 1951-52 Penrose, Craig - 1974-75 Penuelas, Frank - 1936-37 Penwarden, Roy - 1938 Perez, Abelardo - 2010 Perez, Jose - 2008-09-10 Perkov, Kent - 1977-78 Perry, Jason - 2001 Perry, Larry - 1981 Perry, Robert - 1923 Perry, Robert - 1972 Person, Jerry - 1979-80 Peters, Alton - 1947-48 Peterson, Dave - 1962-63-64 Peterson, Elmer - 1932 Peterson, Eric - 1994 Peterson, Harold - 1950 Peterson, Jim - 1972 Peterson, Randy - 1987-88 Peterson, Ray - 1992-93-94-95 Peterson, Werner - 1927-28-29 Petties, C. (Neal) - 1961-62-63 Pettitt, Duane - 1983-86 Pierce, Sean - 1997-99-00 Pieri, Damon - 1990-91-92 Pierson, Gary - 1975 Pierson, William - 1968-69 Pieson, Curt - 1990-91 Pifer, Del - 1968-69 Pine, Thomas - 1950 Pinkins, Braxton - 1955-56-57-58 Pinkins, Eric - 2009 Pino, Chris - 2004-05 Piper, Marvin - 1947 Pittman, Wayne - 1991-92-93-94 Pitts, Chester - 1999-00-01 Pitts, Devin - 2003-04 Platt, Brad - 1988 Plum, Jim - 1983-84-85-86

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Poe, James - 1964 Pohl, Julian - 1921-22 Poluzzi, Louis - 1941-42 Pompa, Michael - 1967-68 Pope, Sheldon - 1996-97-98-99 Porter, Ramal - 2003-04-05-06 Poumele, Faleselau - 2001-03-04-05 Powers, Ellis - 1983-84-85 Preciado, Marcus - 1990 Prefontaine, Noel - 1995-96 Preisler, Eddie - 1939-40 Preston, Andrew - 2007-08-09-10 Preston, Art - 1949-50-51 Price, David - 1985 Prim, Gary - 1973-74 Printy, Ted - 1999 Proctor, Thomas - 1961 Prokop, Phillip - 1951-52-53 Provensal, Chad - 1991-92 Pruitt, Aaron - 1993 Pulice, Frank - 1988 Purkins, John - 1949-50-51 Pyles, James - 1955-56

Q

Quigley, Bryce - 2010 Quinlan, Volney - 1951 Quinones, Erik - 2009

R

Raaka, Bill - 1934-35 Rachow, Judd - 1989-90-91 Radovich, Nick - 1947 Rager, Brandon - 2002-03 Rahill, Kevin - 1986 Ramage, Scott - 1981-82 Ramos, Leo - 1981 Rand, Jack - 1932-33-34 Randall, Sakimo - 1999-00-01 Rash, Dick - 1941 Rasmussen, Jeffrey - 1969-70 Ray, LaVance - 2002-03 Raye, Jimmy - 1988-89-90 Rayford, Bennie - 1976 Rea, Donnie - 1969-70 Reagan, Ralph - 1975-76 Reed, Doug - 1981-82 Reed, Michael - 1970-71 Reed, Troy - 1986 Reed-Martin, Kerry - 1985-86-87-88 Reeder, Rick - 1980-81 Reedy, Monty - 1974-75 Reese, Dean - 1975 Reisinger, Bob - 1985 Reyes, Jesus - 1996-97-98 Reynolds, R. (Tom) - 1969-70-71 Ricardo, Benny - 1973-74 Riccobono, Joe - 1947-48 Rice, Owen - 1932-33-34 Richards, John - 1946 Richards, Todd - 1984-85 Richardson, Frank - 1954-55 Richardson, Rickey - 1977-78 Richet, Stuart - 1925 Richey, Kevin - 1979-80-81-82 Ricketts, Bob - 1941 Ricketts, Kenneth (Ed) - 1950-51 Ridge, Houston - 1965 Rimbach, Bev - 1945 Rinehart, Mike - 1983 Ring, Dave - 1980-82 Rische, Tom - 2010 Ritter, Jared - 1999-00-01-02 Rivera, Emilio - 2008-09 Robb, Jack - 1925-26-27 Robb, Wesley - 1951-52-53 Robbins, Al - 1942 Robbins, Val - 1941-42, 46 Roberts, Don - 1981-82 Roberts, Evan - 1932 Roberts, Mark - 1991-92-93 Roberts, Patrick - 1960-61-62 Robertson, Jon - 1969-70 Robinson, Preston - 1951 Robinson, Steve - 1994-95-97 Robinson, Will - 2004-05-06-07 Robles, Dylan - 2000-01 Rockold, Joe - 1960-61 Rodahoffer, Chris - 1991-92-93

Rodriquez, Albert - 1998 Rodriquez, Andy - 1968-69-70 Rodriquez, Armando - 1945 Roe, Matt - 1993-94 Roeszler, Greg - 1977-78 Rogers, Bob - 1947-48 Romero, Gary - 1961-62 Romig, Jim - 1956-57-58 Ross, Alden - 1922 Ross, Wayne - 1984-85-86-87 Roth, Bill - 1925 Rouser, Eric - 2005-06 Rowe, Patrick - 1987-88-90-91 Rowe, Ray - 1988-89-90-91 Royal, Don - 1963-64-65 Rudisill, Steve - 1991 Ruffa, Ed - 1923-24-25-26 Rulon, Tom - 1982-83 Rumsey, Bill - 1928-29-30 Runyon, Richard - 1954-55 Russell, Brian - 1998-99-00 Russell, Shane - 2005 Russell, Bob - 1941 Russell, Robert - 1952-53 Russo, Sam - 1921-22, 24 Rutley, Mark - 1982 Ryan, Robbie - 2001-02-03 Ryan, Robert - 1922 Rymer, Steve - 1976 Rzeznik, M.J. - 1996-97-98

S

Sagapolutele, Pio - 1988-89-90 Salaam, Ephraim - 1995-96-97 Salinger, Paul - 1962 Sampson, Clinton - 1981-82 Sampson, DeMarco - 2005, 08-09-10 Sandford, Nick - 2006-07-08-09 Sandifer, Dominique - 2009-10 Sandin, Michael - 1960 Sandoval, Armando - 1997 Sandusky, George - 1975 Sandusky, Jim - 1983 Sang, Derek - 1989-90 Sanger, Jerry - 1958-59 Santifer, Derek - 1987 Santoro, Seth - 2003 Santos, Atonio - 1996-97 Santos, Joe - 1988-89 Santos, Todd - 1984-85-86-87 Savage, Bob - 1978 Savorn, Jason - 1990-91-93 Sawaya, Al - 1956-58 Saxon, Mike - 1982-83 Schacklett, John - 1959-60 Schaefer, Chris - 1978 Schakel, Larry - 1966-67 Schantz, Andrew - 2005-06 Scheel, Lyman - 1921 Scheid, Pat - 1971-72 Schevings, Albert - 1923-24 Schilens, Chaz - 2004-05-06-07 Schimpf, Larry - 1956-57-58 Schlick, Dave - 1987-88 Schmautz, Raymond - 1964 Schmidt, Mike - 2006-07-08 Schmidt, Steve - 2005, 07 Schmidt, Taylor - 2004-05 Schmitt Tyler - 2004-05-06-07 Schraeder, Vernon - 1931-32 Schweitzer, Ed - 1971-73 Scoggins, Craig - 1965-66 Scott, Bill - 1982-83 Scott, Darnay - 1991-92-93 Scott, Mark - 1999 Scroggins, Ed - 1971-73 Scudday, Brian - 1978, 80-81 Seabaugh, Todd - 1981-82 See, Elmer - 1926 Seiner, Bob - 1981-82 Sefton, Walt - 1936-37 Semenik, Alex - 1992-93 Seminario, Joe - 1940-41-42 Sevier, Wayne - 1961-62 Shank, Robert - 1957-58-59 Shankle, Damian - 2009 Shanks, Austin - 1983-84 Shapiro, Zachary - 2008-09 Sharp, Wintson - 1974


HISTORY/LETTERWINNERS cont. Sharpe, Ricky - 1999-00-01-02 Shaw, Buck - 1980, 82 Shaw, Dennis - 1968-69 Shaw, Justin - 2008 Shaw, Mike - 1973 Shea, Paul - 1928 Shearer, Curtis - 1992-93-94 Shellabarger, J. (Tom) - 1969-70 Shepard, Morris - 1941-42, 46 Sheriff, Lon - 1999-00-01-02 Shields, Bryan - 2010 Shields, D.J. - 2009-10 Shoate, Jeff - 2001-02-03 Sholten, Ray - 1965 Shreve, James - 1931 Shrewsbury, Marvin - 1945 Shults, Robert - 1990-91 Shumate, Colin - 2010 Shy, Don - 1965-66 Sibbert, James - 1960 Siluano, Rene - 2010 Silva, Alberto - 1957-58 Silverthorn, Rick - 1978 Simcox, John - 1946-47-48 Simmons, Dick - 1947-48-49 Simmons, Garric - 2000-01-02 Simmons, Jim - 1949 Simmons, Peter - 1949-50-51 Simmons, Roy (Mike) - 1947 Simmons, Warren - 1961-62-63 Simnjanovski, Brian - 1999-00-01-02 Simpson, Hugh - 1954-55 Simpson, Randy - 1965 Sims, Chet - 1970 Sims, Jim - 1938-39-40 Sims, Mark - 1973-74 Simunec, Steve - 1975 Sinclair, Alan - 1977-78 Sipe, Brian - 1969-70-71 Siraton, Moose - 1938 Sisco, Justin - 1999-00 Skaggs, Craig - 1985-86-87 Skoog, Jack - 1987-88 Slack, Ron - 1986-87-88-89 Slater, Birt - 1949-50-51 Slaughter, Webster - 1984-85 Slavin, Ben - 1935-36 Smerdon, William - 1952 Smith, Aubrey - 2008 Smith, Avey - 1951-52 Smith, Charles - 1925-26-27, 29 Smith, Ed - 1925 Smith, Edward - 1957 Smith, Frank - 1948 Smith, Frank - 1942 Smith, Gene - 1945 Smith, George - 1960 Smith, Kevin - 1986 Smith, Mike - 1997 Smith, Nick - 2006 Smith, Phil - 1981-82 Smith, Ronnie - 1976-77 Smith, Shawn - 1992-93 Smith, Turaj - 1990-91-92-93 Smith, Tairou - 1997-98-99 Smith, Zach - 1992-93-94-95 Smorin, Leonard - 1954-55 Smyth, Ed - 1935-36 Sneed, Kevin - 1974 Snyder, Ky - 1982 Snyder, Waddell - 1951 Sokoloski, Kelsey - 2007-08 Solari, Mike - 1975-76 Sommers, Bob - 1937 Soto, Jonathan - 2005, 07-08-09 Spears, Ron - 1979-80 Speer, George - 1952 Spek, Jeff - 1983 Spencer, Neil - 2007, 10 Spencer, Waika - 2006-07-08 Spillane, Greg - 1996-97-98-99 Spinello, Mike - 1988 Spinks, Brian - 2006 Spitler, Garold - 1941-42, 46 Squires, John - 1922-23 Stablein, Jerry - 1979, 81 Staggs, Jeff - 1965-66 Stahlfield, Edward - 1922, 24 Stahovich, Brian - 2008-09-10

Stahr, Dallas, Jr - 1969-70 Stallings, Ramondo - 1990-91-92-93 Standridge, Leon - 1964-65 Stapler, Steve - 1978-79 Staples, Clark - 1954-55 Stark, Victor - 1962-63 Stauber, James - 1961-62-63 Steen, Terrill - 1990-91-92-93 Steigner, Martin - 1967-68 Stein, Roger - 1935-36 Stenson, David - 1961-62-63 Stephenson, Eugene - 1923-24 Stephenson, George - 1958 Stevens, George - 1952 Stevens, Khalid - 2010 Stevens, Mike - 1982-83-84-85 Steward, Eddie - 1970-71 Steward, Ronald - 1953-54 Stewart, Brad - 1974 Stewart, Floyd - 1950-51 Stewart, Justin - 2000 Stewart, Michael - 2007 Stinnet, Ken - 1970 Stokes, Zac - 1990-91 Storrs, Bruce - 1970-71 Stuart, Samuel - 1960 Stubbs, Jim - 1936 Stubblefield, Ray - 1966 Sturm, Brett - 2003-04-05-06 Subis, Nick - 1987-88-89-90 Sulick, Tim - 1996-97 Sullivan, Brandon - 2007-08-09-10 Sutton, Dennis - 1971-72 Sutton, Eric - 1991-92-93-94 Svitenko, Steve - 1984-85 Sykes, Gerald - 2002-03 Symington, James - 1958-59-60 Swain, Brett - 2004-05-06-07 Swaney, Jason - 1989-90

T

Tamamasui, Tal - 1984-85 Tandberg, Nate - 1997-98-99-00 Tarleton, Michael - 1957-58, 60 Tarr, Alfred - 1921-22 Tate, Will - 1990-91,93 Tauanuu, Jacob - 2009-10 Taylor, Bill - 1978 Taylor, Gary - 1989-90-91-92 Taylor, Greg - 2001 Taylor, Robert B. - 1978-79 Taylor, Robert E. - 1979-80 Taylor, Steve - 1964-65-66 Tegio, Mark - 1985-86 Tenhaeff, Nick - 2010 Tereschuk, Pete - 1975 Thoemmes, Wade - 1986 Thomas, Joe - 1978-79 Thomas, Jordan - 2010 Thomas, Ron - 1973 Thomerson, Jack - 1961 Thompson, Alan - 1972-73-74 Thompson, Alex - 2004-05 Thompson, Craigus - 1993-94-95-96 Thompson, Eric - 1989 Thompson, Fred - 1952 Thompson, Jesse - 1949-50-51 Thompson, Norman - 1937-38-39 Thompson, Tracy - 1982-83-84-85 Thompson, Tyson - 2002 Thorn, Tim - 1972-73-74 Thorne, Matt - 1998 Thornton, David - 1966-67 Thrash, Ron - 1970-71 Timmons, Bill - 1937-38-39 Toccagino, Giovanni - 1998 Toledo, Jon - 2006-07, 09 Tolver, G. (J.R.) - 1999-00-01-02 Tom, Doug - 1993-94-95 Tomlinson, Robert - 1946-47-48-49 Topp, Greg - 1985 Tracy, Hal - 1939 Trakas, Andy - 1989-90-91-92 Tremblay, John - 1975 Trevis, Gilbert - 1976 Trickey, Beau - 2000-01-02-03 Triplett, Gary - 1986, 88 Trott, Mike - 1971-72 Trujillo, Frederick - 2010

Truvillion, James - 1998-99-00, 02 Tuiaana, Samida - 1987-88 Tuipala, Joseph - 1995-96-97-98 Turley, Kyle - 1994-95-96-97 Turner, David - 1976-77 Turpen, Joseph - 1967

U

Uipi, Sikoti - 2000, 2002 Ulibarri, Josh - 2008 Umuolo, Alston - 2007-08-09 Underwood, Marviel - 2001-02-03-04 Uttecht, Alvin - 1967

V

Van, Jason - 2000-01-03 Van Gorkum, Leon - 1969-70 Van Leeuwen, Wm. - 1968-69 Van Raaphorst, Bill - 1995-96 Vance, Mike - 1980-81 VanderSluis, Ron - 1976-77 Vanoni, Al - 1936-37-38-39 Varney, Joe - 1921 Vasquez, Armando - 1965-66 Vasquez, A. (AJ) - 1968-69 Vaughn, Robert - 1961-62 Venuta, Vic - 1975 Ventura, Manuel - 1957 Vassey, Tom - 1977 Victor, Brant - 1978 Victoria, Adam - 1971, 72 Vierra, John Jr - 1957 Vincent, Mike - 1988 Vincent, William - 1951-52 Voorhis, Walt - 1983-84 Vradenburg, Todd - 1988

W

Wade, Josh - 2009-10 Walden, Delbert - 1945 Walker, Al - 1953-54 Walker, Earl - 1940 Walker, Jake - 2004 Walker, Johnny - 1988-89-90 Walker, Noval - 1930-31-32 Walker, Owen - 1939-40 Walker, T.S. - 1936-37 Wallace, Jack - 1934 Wallace, Roberto - 2007-08-09 Walton, Delbert - 1927-28 Walton, Whip - 1974-75-76-77 Ward, Bruce - 1970-71 Ward, Herbert - 1936-37 Ward, Terrell - 1977-78 Wardell, Leroy - 1984-85 Warren, Darryl - 1989 Warren, Don - 1977-78 Warren, Gilbert - 1961-62-63 Warren, Glenn - 1930-31-32 Warren, Vince - 1982-83-84-85 Washington, H. (Ted) - 1966-67 Washington, Mike - 1979 Waters, Mike - 1983-84 Watkins, Jermaine - 1998-99 Watley, Ira - 1973-74 Watson, Adam - 2003 Watson, Jeff - 1979-80 Watson, Justin - 1995-96-97 Watters, Willie - 2009 Weathers, Carl - 1968-69 Webb, Bob - 1942 Webb, Dick - 1937-38-39 Webb, Jeff - 2001-03-04-05 Weber, Richard - 1967-68 Weems, Craig - 1993-94-95 Weller, Wendell - 1949 Wells, Kevin - 1985-86-87-88 Wells, Mike - 1982-83 Wells, Remond - 1980 Wenzel, Ralph - 1964-65 Werley, Robert - 1945 Wesber, Darius - 1998-99 Wesley, Mekell - 2006-07-08-09 Wesselman, John - 1987-88-89 West, James - 1923-24 West, Robert - 1970-71 Westling, Drew - 2008 Weymiller, Toby - 1989-90 Whelan, James - 1954-55

Whigham, Frank - 1941 Whitaker, Frank - 1941 White, Dana - 1974-75 White, Howard - 1942 White, James - 1970 White, John - 1976 White, Terry - 1974 Whitefield, Hershell - 1965-66 Whitfield, Barry - 1984 Whitley, Wayne - 1957-58-59 Whitman, Robert - 1995-96 Whittington, David - 1959-60 Wilder, Mike - 1983-84-85-86 Wilks, Jim - 1980 Williams, B.J. - 2007-08-09-10 Williams, Brad - 1970-80-81 Williams, Chris - 1998-99-00 Williams, Derrick - 1988-89 Williams, George - 1980-81 Williams, Henry - 1977-78 Williams, John - 1965-66 Williams, Jeryl - 1986-87 Williams, Keith - 1990-91-92-93 Williams, Mike - 1998-99 Williams, Ray - 1975 Williams, Thomas - 1967-68 Williams, Wesley - 2003-04 Williamson, Greg - 1984-85-86 Williford, Sam - 1991-92-93 Willis, Don - 1973-74 Wilson, Art - 1928-29 Wilson, Charles - 1934 Wilson, Gary - 1966-67 Wilson, George - 1921-22 Wilson, Harlan - 1927-28 Wilson, Jack - 1929 Wilson, Ted - 1932-33-34 Wilson, Milt - 1986-87-88-89 Wilson, Thomas - 1945, 48-49-50 Windham, Daniel - 1995-96 Wingo, Donnell - 1982 Winkler, Richard - 1961 Wittler, Jon - 1965-66 Wolf, James - 1960 Wollenhaupt, Dave - 1945 Wood, Alonzo - 1955-56 Wood, Ernest - 1967-68 Woodard, Glen - 1952-53-54 Woodard, Lon - 1968-69 Woodruff, Pat - 1985 Woolich, Ray - 1975 Worden, Stewart - 1942, 46-47 Wortiska, Charlie - 1974-75 Wright, Alva - 1971-72 Wright, Clark - 1967-68 Wright, Nate - 1967-68 Wright, T.C. - 1990-91 Wright, Tyron - 1994-95 Wu, James - 1997-98 Wulfemeyer, Tim - 1971-72 Wulff, Lee - 1922-23 Wurth, Tom - 1989

Y

Yamamoto, John - 1928-29-30 Yamamoto, Paul - 1931-32 Yarberry, George - 1945 Yarbrough, Darryl - 1978-79-80-81 Yarbrough, Marcus - 2007-08-09-10 Yates, Russell - 1930 Yoshida, Lane - 2008-09 Young, Antwone - 1997-98-99 Young, Chad - 2010 Young, David - 1955 Young, Ralph - 1923-24 Youngs, Tyrone - 1970-71 Yount, Jack - 1935-36

Z

Ziegler, Marc - 1991-92-93-94 Zinser, Glenn - 1937-38 Zumstein, Louie - 1991, 93-94

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All-Time Scores 1921

4-6; 1-3 scJcc (4tH)

Home: 4-3, Away: 0-3 Head Coach: C.E. Peterson 10/1 Army-Nav. Academy J.C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/6 Reserve Destroyers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/13 U.S.S. Birmingham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/15 Naval Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/19 U.S.S. Birmingham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/21 Army-Navy Academy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/28 at Santa Ana J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/4 at Fullerton J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/21 Chaffey J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/19 at Riverside J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1922

6-0 0-3 0-14 7-12 14-6 12-0 0-26 0-20 14-0 7-19 60-100

6-4; 4-0 scJcc (1st)

Home: 3-4, Away: 3-0 Head Coach: C.E. Peterson 9/19 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 18-0 9/22 Coronado H.S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 39-0 6-7 9/26 Fleet Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/30 Occidental College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-33 6-25 10/7 UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/21 Whittier College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-33 11/4 at Santa Ana J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 50-0 11/10 at Fullerton J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 31-0 11/24 Riverside J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 20-6 6-0 11/30 at Chaffey J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191-104

1923

8-2; 2-0 scJcc (1st)

Home: 7-1, Away: 1-1 Head Coach: C.E. Peterson 9/29 U.S.S. Melville . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/6 Occidental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/13 at UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/19 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/27 at Riverside J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/3 Santa Barbara St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/12 Santa Ana J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/17 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/24 La Verne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/29 Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1924

7-1-2; 3-0 scJcc (1st)

Home: 5-0-1, Away: 2-1-1 Head Coach: C.E. Peterson 10/4 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/11 California Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/18 Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/25 at La Verne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 11/1 Riverside J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/5 at El Centro J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/8 at Santa Barbara St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/15 UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 11/22 Santa Ana J.C.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/27 at Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1925

30-0 54-6 13-0 7-7 6-0 58-0 42-6 13-13 26-14 0-7 249-53

5-3-1; IndePendent

Home: 3-2-1, Away: 2-1 Head Coach: C.E. Peterson 9/26 at UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/3 at Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/25 Caltech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/24 Whittier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/31 Loyola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/7 at Santa Barbara St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/14 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 11/21 California Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/26 La Verne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1926

10-3 7-33 0-12 14-3 39-3 38-13 26-6 34-7u 27-0 12-2 207-82

0-7 10-0 10-6 24-0 9-13 10-0 14-14 14-6 7-13 108-59

3-4-1; 1-3-1 scIac (7tH)

Home: 3-2-1, Away: 0-2 Head Coach: C.E. Peterson 10/2 at Pomona* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/9 at UCLA* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/16 Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/23 California Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W

6-20 7-42 14-9 21-16

10/30 11/6 11/13 11/25

Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Santa Barbara St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1927

4-3; 2-3 scIac (t-5tH)

Home: 2-2, Away: 2-1 Head Coach: C.E. Peterson 10/1 California Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/8 at Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/15 Caltech* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/29 Pomona* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/5 at Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/12 at Santa Barbara St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/24 La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1928

7-28 16-0 7-7 0-28 78-150

71-0 32-0 13-17 12-18 7-25 16-13 39-6 190-79

3-3; 2-3 scIac (5tH)

Home: 2-2, Away: 1-1 Head Coach: C.E. Peterson 10/13 Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-20 10/27 Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-12 11/3 at California Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 18-13 11/10 La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 40-0 11/17 at Pomona* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-27 11/29 Caltech* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12-33 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111-105

1929

3-5; 1-5 scIac (6tH)

Home: 3-3, Away: 0-2 Head Coach: C.E. Peterson 9/28 California Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/5 at Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/12 at Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/19 Santa Barbara St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/2 Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/9 La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/6 Pomona* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/28 Caltech* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1930

5-4; 3-3 scIac (3rd)

Home: 3-4, Away: 2-0 Head Coach: W.B. Harreid 9/25 San Diego Marines JV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/3 at Pomona* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/11 California Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/17 at Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/25 La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/1 Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/8 Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/15 Submarines Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/27 Caltech* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1931

1933

0-0 8-0 27-0 2-13 6-6 7-0 6-0 0-13 0-13 15-0 71-45

2-6 13-0 12-15 0-0 6-19 14-19 0-14 13-0

Caltech* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1934

7-7 0-7 14-6 0-13 6-0 13-7 9-24 6-19 55-83

6-1-1; 5-0 scIac (1st)

Home: 4-1, Away: 2-0-1 Head Coach: Leo Calland 10/3 Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/10 La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/17 at Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/24 San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/31 at New Mexico St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 11/11 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/21 Santa Barbara St.* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/28 at Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7-0 35-6 27-7 14-6 7-7 0-14 9-8 19-14 118-62

7-1; 4-1 scIac (1st)

Home: 5-1, Away: 2-0 Head Coach: Leo Calland 10/2 Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/9 Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/16 La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/23 New Mexico St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/6 Redlands* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/11 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/20 at Santa Barbara St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/25 at San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1938

0-20 0-7 19-7 20-7 0-0 6-26 3-19 7-6 6-14 61-106

3-4-1; 2-2-1 scIac (t-3rd)

Home: 3-2-1, Away: 0-2 Head Coach: Leo Calland 10/5 Santa Barbara St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 10/12 Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/19 La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/25 at Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/9 Loyola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/16 Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/28 at San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12/7 Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1936

0-13 0-34 0-0 10-0 6-0 0-13 6-0 0-12 37-0 59-72

3-5-1; 2-1-1 scIac (2nd)

Home: 2-3, Away: 1-2-1 Head Coach: W.B. Harreid 9/22 at UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/28 at Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/6 Army-Nav. Academy J.C. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/13 Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/19 at La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 11/3 Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/10 Loyola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/17 at Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/29 Arizona St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1935

20-0 80-72

4-4-1; 4-2-1 scIac (4tH)

Home: 2-2, Away: 2-2-1 Head Coach: W.B. Harreid 9/23 at UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/30 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/6 at Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 10/14 Pomona* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/20 at La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/27 Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/10 at Santa Barbara St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/18 at Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/25 Caltech* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1937

3-5-1; 2-4-1 scIac (5tH)

Home: 2-4-1, Away: 1-1 Head Coach: W.B. Harreid 9/23 Santa Barbara St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/1 at Pomona* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/8 La Verne* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/22 Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 10/28 at Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/5 Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/11 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/19 Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W

174 | SAN DIEGO STATE FOOTBALL | MEDIA GUIDE

39-0 6-0 19-0 14-7 14-6 13-19 0-6 7-13 0-20 112-71

5-3-2; 2-2-1 scIac (t-4tH)

Home: 0-3-2, Away: 5-0 Head Coach: W.B. Harreid 9/19 Alumni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 9/25 at Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/2 at California Christian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/9 Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/16 Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 10/23 at Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/31 at Pomona* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/11 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/26 Caltech* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12/5 at Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1932

26-18 7-13 0-7 7-6 0-20 35-0 0-13 6-19 81-96

11/26

3-0 6-0 26-0 20-0 9-10 6-0 13-0 7-6 90-16

5-2-1; 3-2-1 scIac (3rd)

Home: 3-2, Away: 2-0-1 Head Coach: Leo Calland 9/24 U.S.S. New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/1 Occidental* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/8 at Whittier* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 10/15 Pomona* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/22 at Redlands* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/29 San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/11 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/19 at Santa Barbara St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

29-20 8-0 6-6 0-9 14-7 0-14 9-0 16-13 82-69


HISTORY/ALL-TIME SCORES cont.

1939

Home: 2-6, Away: 0-1 Head Coach: Leo Calland 9/21 Arizona St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/29 Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/6 Occidental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/13 at San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/28 Pomona (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/4 Whittier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/11 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/15 Hawai'i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/25 Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1940

33-3 20-0 0-10 20-14 0-0 6-20 33-6 9-7 7-33 128-87

6-4; 0-3 ccaa (4tH)

Home: 5-4, Away: 1-0 Head Coach: Leo Calland 9/26 Pomona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/4 Occidental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/10 San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/18 Redlands (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/25 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/7 Camp Haan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/14 Caltech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/21 at Whittier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/28 Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12/5 Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1942

0-20 26-0 10-6 0-42 6-12 12-23 6-13 0-13 0-19 60-148

5-3-1; 1-1-1 ccaa (t-2nd)

Home: 3-1-1, Away: 2-2 Head Coach: Leo Calland 9/27 Pomona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/4 Occidental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/11 at San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/19 Redlands (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/25 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 11/8 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/16 at Whittier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/23 at Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 12/7 at Hawai'i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1941

1947

2-7; 0-2 ccaa (4tH)

6-0 7-6 0-20 12-3 0-26 0-6 44-6 18-7 6-7 12-6 105-87

0-6-1; ccaa (UnaVaIlaBle)

Home: 0-4-1 Away: 0-2 Head Coach: John Eubank 10/3 Pomona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 10/11 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/17 Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/25 March Field Flyers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/31 at Cal Poly (SLO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/8 at San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/14 Whittier (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6-6 0-66 12-14 6-39 13-32 0-26 13-28 50-211

1943-44

No team due to World War II Head Coach: John Eubank

1945

2-5; ccaa (UnaVaIlaBle)

Home: 1-1, Away: 1-4 Head Coach: Bob Breitbard 9/29 at Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/6 Caltech* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/20 at Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/27 at Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/3 Pomona* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/11 at Nevada-Reno . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/17 at Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1946

6-4; 2-3 ccaa (5tH)

6-7 20-32 0-46 7-0 26-6 6-44 0-28 65-163

Home: 3-3, Away: 3-1 Head Coach: Bill Terry 9/28 Pomona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-0 10/5 Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 13-21 10/12 at Whittier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 35-7 10/19 Nevada-Reno . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-26 10/26 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 7-0 11/2 Occidental (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 21-12 11/8 at Loyola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 20-7 11/16 San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-6 11/23 at Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 9-7 11/30 at Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 13-19 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152-105

11/21

7-3-1; 2-2-1 ccaa (4tH)

Home: 6-1, Away: 1-1-1, Neutral: 0-1 Head Coach: Bill Schutte 24-19 9/19 at Utah St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 56-13 10/4 Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/11 at Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-13 10/18 Occidental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 14-0 7-32 10/25 San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-7 11/1 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 11/8 Loyola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 13-12 11/15 Whittier (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 19-0 11/22 Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 32-7 19-0 11/29 Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 1948 Harbor Bowl (Balboa Stadium; San Diego, Calif.) 1/1 Hardin-Simmons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-53 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191-156

1948

4-7; 1-4 ccaa (t-5tH)

Home: 3-3, Away: 1-4 Head Coach: Bill Schutte 9/18 at Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-14 9/25 at Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-14 38-7 10/2 Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/9 Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 14-41 10/16 Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 7-6 10/30 Loyola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-20 6-7 11/6 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/12 at San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 13-21 11/20 at Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 28-14 6-27 11/27 at Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12/4 Utah St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 28-19 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158-190

1949

6-3; 3-1 ccaa (2nd)

1950

5-3-1; 3-0-1 ccaa (1st)

1951

10-0-1; 4-0 ccaa (1st)

Home: 4-3, Away: 2-0 Head Coach: Bill Schutte 9-7 10/1 at Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/8 Pomona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 33-13 39-18 10/15 New Mexico St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/22 Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 14-62 10/29 Loyola . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 20-34 18-7 11/5 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/12 San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-40 11/19 Cal Poly (SLO)** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 40-19 11/24 Santa Barbara* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 22-0 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195-200 Home: 2-1-1, Away: 3-2 Head Coach: Bill Schutte 9/20 at Hawai'i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 49-27 9/29 at San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-26 10/7 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 14-28 10/14 Pepperdine* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 28-14 10/21 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 20-20 10/28 Pomona (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 49-20 11/4 at Arizona St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 13-31 11/18 at Cal Poly* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 12-8 11/25 at Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 28-12 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212-186 Home: 5-0-1, Away: 5-0 Head Coach: Bill Schutte 9/21 at San Francisco St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 32-14 9/29 Submarines Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 37-21 10/6 Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 32-13 10/13 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-18 10/20 Arizona St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 27-27 10/27 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 64-0 11/3 at Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 13-7 11/10 at Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 46-14 11/16 at Pepperdine* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-6 11/22 Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 40-0 1951 Pineapple Bowl (Honolulu, Hawaii) 1/1 at Hawai'i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-13 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 386-134

1952

4-5; 2-2 ccaa (3rd)

Home: 4-3, Away: 0-2 Head Coach: Bill Schutte 9/27 San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/4 at Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/11 Pepperdine* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/18 Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/25 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/1 Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/8 San Francisco St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/17 San Diego Marines (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L

6-47 18-20 33-13 27-12 41-26 33-49 39-28 21-51

at Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 20-21 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 238-267

1953

5-3-1; 3-1-1 ccaa (2nd)

1954

5-4; 2-2 ccaa (2nd)

1955

2-8; 1-1 ccaa (UnaVaIlaBle)

Home: 3-2, Away: 2-1-1 Head Coach: Bill Schutte 9/26 Hawai'i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 40-7 12-33 10/3 Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-0 10/10 at Pepperdine* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/17 at New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12-41 10/23 at Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 40-13 10/31 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 27-27 14-7 11/7 Occidental (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 7-14 11/14 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/21 Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 72-0 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230-142 Home: 4-2, Away: 1-2 Head Coach: Bill Schutte 9/25 New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-28 10/2 at Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 14-26 10/8 at San Francisco St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10-12 10/16 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 14-0 10/23 Cal St. Los Angeles* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 38-0 10/30 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-20 20-12 11/13 Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/20 at Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 33-14 11/27 Whittier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 41-28 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177-140 Home: 2-3, Away: 0-5 Head Coach: Bill Schutte 9/25 at Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/1 Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/8 at Pomona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/15 Arizona St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/22 San Diego NTC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/29 San Francisco St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/5 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/12 at New Mexico St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/19 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/26 at Whittier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1956

4-3-2; 2-1 ccaa (t-2nd)

1957

2-7; 0-2 ccaa (5tH)

0-21 6-12 20-28 0-46 14-12 7-6 6-20 6-26 0-32 6-28 65-231

Home: 1-1-2, Away: 3-2 Head Coach: Paul Governali 9/29 Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-7 10/5 at San Francisco St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 26-6 10/13 at Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 7-6 10/20 San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 27-27 10/27 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 19-19 11/3 at Arizona St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-61 11/10 at Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 30-7 11/17 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-50 11/24 at New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-34 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149-217 Home: 1-4, Away: 1-3 Head Coach: Paul Governali 9/21 Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/28 San Francisco St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/5 at La Verne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/12 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/19 at San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/26 Arizona St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/2 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/9 Hawaii Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/15 at Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1958

6-32 14-13 38-0 7-20 0-46 0-66 0-27 0-25 12-14 77-243

3-5; 2-3 ccaa (4tH)

Home: 2-3, Away: 1-2 Head Coach: Paul Governali 9/20 at Santa Barbara St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/27 Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/3 at Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/18 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/1 Fresno St.* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/8 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/15 at Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/22 Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

0-25 6-0 20-12 7-0 20-22 0-25 14-48 17-68 84-200

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1959

1-6-1; 0-5 ccaa (6tH)

Home: 0-4, Away: 1-2-1 Head Coach: Paul Governali 9/26 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/3 Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/10 at Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/17 at Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/31 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/7 UC Santa Barbara* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/14 at Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 11/21 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1960

1-6-1; 0-5 ccaa (6tH)

Home: 1-3-1, Away: 0-3 Head Coach: Paul Governali 9/24 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/1 at Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/8 at Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/15 Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 10/22 at UC Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/29 Fresno St.* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/5 Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/12 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1961

3-21 6-13 6-14 19-15 13-38 7-29 14-14 6-64 74-108

14-24 6-34 0-28 0-0 6-8 0-60 27-20 0-33 53-207

7-2-1; 2-2-1 ccaa (4tH)

Home: 5-1, Away: 2-1-1 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/23 at Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 13-13 9-6 9/30 Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 15-17 10/7 Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/14 at Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 32-20 21-6 10/21 UC Santa Barbara* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/28 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-27 21-6 11/4 at Pepperdine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/11 Cal Western . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 54-34 11/18 San Diego University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 42-12 18-13 11/27 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231-154

1962

8-2; 6-0 ccaa (1st)

Home: 5-2, Away: 3-0 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/15 Cal Poly (Pomona) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-13 9/22 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 26-14 9/29 at Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 35-14 10/6 at Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 36-8 10/13 Redlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 39-0 10/19 at UC Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 46-8 10/27 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 29-26 11/3 San Fernando Valley St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 39-0 11/10 Pacific (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 32-18 11/17 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-34 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 294-135

1963

7-2; 4-1 ccaa (1st)

Home: 4-1, Away: 3-1 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/28 Cal Poly (Pomona) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 42-7 10/5 Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 69-0 10/12 Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 33-8 10/19 at Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 30-43 10/26 UC Santa Barbara (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 42-14 11/2 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-6 11/9 at Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-18 11/16 at San Fernando Valley St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 21-6 11/30 San Diego Marines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12-16 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 317-118

1964

8-2; 4-1 ccaa (2nd)

Home: 4-1, Away: 4-1 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/19 at Cal Poly (Pomona) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 9/26 San Francisco St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/3 at Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/10 at Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/17 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/24 at UC Santa Barbara . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/31 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/14 San Fernando Valley St.* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/21 Cal Western . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/28 at San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1965

53-8 54-0 59-7 45-8 0-7 50-9 44-6 53-0 50-6 15-20 423-71

8-2; 3-2 ccaa (3rd)

Home: 5-1, Away: 3-1 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/18 Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W

46-6

9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/13 11/20 11/27

Akron . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L at Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Cal Poly (Pomona) (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W at San Fernando Valley St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W at Northern Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Cal Western . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1966

41-0 41-0 32-35 12-26 41-13 26-7 50-0 20-0 44-0 353-87

11-0; 5-0 ccaa (1st)

Home: 6-0, Away: 4-0, Neutral 1-0 Head Coach: Don Coryell 45-0 9/17 Mexico Polytechnic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 38-34 9/24 at Weber St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/1 at Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 14-13 10/8 at Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 21-18 10/19 at San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 25-0 34-13 10/29 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/5 North Dakota St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 36-0 11/12 San Fernando Valley St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 21-0 11/19 Northern Arizona (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 16-8 39-12 11/26 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 1966 Camellia Bowl (Hughes Stadium, Sacramento, Calif.) 12/10 vs. Montana St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 28-7 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 317-105

1967

10-1; 5-0 ccaa (1st)

Home: 5-1, Away: 4-0, Neutral 1-0 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/15 Tennessee St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 16-8 58-12 9/23 Weber St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 26-20 9/30 Cal Poly (SLO)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/7 Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 20-7 28-0 10/14 at Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/21 at Northern Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 47-6 28-21 10/28 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/11 at San Fernando Valley St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 30-21 11/18 Montana St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 14-3 25-31 11/25 Utah St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 1967 Camellia Bowl (Hughes Stadium, Sacramento, Calif.) 12/9 vs. San Francisco St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-6 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 319-135

1968

9-0-1; IndePendent

Home: 8-0-1, Away: 1-0 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/14 Texas-Arlington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 23-18 9/20 Northern Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 40-21 9/28 at Montana St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-22 10/12 Texas Southern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 42-23 10/19 Cal St. Los Angeles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 37-14 10/26 San Jose St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 48-6 11/2 Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 42-12 11/9 Southern Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 68-7 11/23 Tennessee St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 13-13 11/30 Utah St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 30-19 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 377-155

1969

11-0; 6-0 Pcaa (1st)

Final National Ranking: 18 (UPI) Home: 6-0, Away: 4-0, Neutral: 1-0 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/27 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 49-0 10/4 at San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 55-21 10/11 at West Texas St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 24-14 10/18 at Texas-Arlington . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-10 10/25 UC Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 55-13 11/1 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 48-20 11/8 Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 58-32 11/15 New Mexico St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 70-21 11/22 North Texas St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 42-24 11/29 (--/18) Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 36-32 1969 Pasadena Bowl (Pasadena Bowl;, Sacramento, Calif.) 12/6 (--/19) vs. Boston U. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 28-7 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 492-194

1970

9-2; 5-1 Pcaa (1st)

Home: 6-2, Away: 3-0 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/12 at Northern Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 9/19 at Northern Texas St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 9/26 Cal St. Los Angeles* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/3 (--/20) Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/10 (--/20) Southern Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/17 (--/19) San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/31 (14/14) Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/7 (14/14) at Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/14 (14/17) UC Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W

176 | SAN DIEGO STATE FOOTBALL | MEDIA GUIDE

35-3 23-0 35-0 31-11 41-14 32-6 56-14 14-13 65-7

11/20 11/28

(14/14) Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11-27 (--/19) Iowa St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 22-28 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 364-123

1971

6-5; 2-3 Pcaa (t-4tH)

1972

10-1; 4-0 Pcaa (1st)

1973

9-1-1; 3-0-1 Pcaa (1st)

1974

8-2-1; 4-0 Pcaa (1st)

1975

8-3; 3-2 Pcaa (1st)

Home: 5-2, Away: 1-3 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/25 at Southern Mississippi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-10 10/2 Northern Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 30-10 14-7 10/9 Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-23 10/16 at UC Santa Barbara* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/22 Utah St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 36-20 10/30 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10-17 11/6 at San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-45 7-12 11/13 Long Beach St.* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 39-10 11/20 Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/27 Iowa St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 31-48 12/4 North Texas St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 44-28 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 245-230 Final National Ranking: 20 (UPI) Home: 7-0, Away: 3-1 Head Coach: Don Coryell 9/8 Oregon St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 17-8 9/23 at North Texas St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 25-0 9/30 at Kent St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 14-0 23-12 10/7 San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 14-49 10/14 at Houston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/21 Bowling Green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 35-19 21-14 10/28 Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/4 West Texas St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 37-6 20-7 11/11 Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 33-14 11/25 at Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 12/2 Iowa St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-14 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 266-143 Final National Ranking: 19 (UPI) Home: 6-1, Away: 3-0-1 Head Coach: Claude Gilbert 9/22 at Utah St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 35-7 9/30 Kent St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 17-9 10/6 Houston (13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9-14 10/13 New Mexico St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-0 10/20 at Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 13-10 10/27 Florida St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 38-17 11/3 at San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 27-27 11/10 Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 17-2 11/17 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 41-6 11/24 North Texas St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 56-9 12/1 Iowa St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 41-28 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 321-129 Final National Ranking: 19 (UPI) Home: 6-0-1, Away: 2-2 Head Coach: Claude Gilbert 9/14 at Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10-17 9/21 Tampa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 28-25 9/28 at Texas-El Paso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 26-12 10/12 at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 24-21 10/19 San Jose St.* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 40-14 10/26 Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-17 11/2 (20/--) at North Texas St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9-14 11/9 Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 37-9 11/16 New Mexico St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 35-14 11/23 Bowling Green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 21-21 11/30 Utah St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-6 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 291-170 Home: 4-2, Away: 4-1 Head Coach: Claude Gilbert 9/6 Texas-El Paso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 31-10 9/13 at Oregon St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 25-0 9/20 (--/20) North Texas St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 30-12 9/27 (--/16) at Utah St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 19-10 10/4 (--/18) Cal St. Fullerton* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 59-14 10/11 (--/19) at Fresno St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 29-0 10/18 (--/18) New Mexico St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 48-3 11/1 (--/17) at Pacific* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 31-13 11/8 (13/12) Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 24-31 11/15 at San Jose St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-31 11/22 Long Beach St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 17-21 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 320-145


HISTORY/ALL-TIME SCORES cont.

1976

10-1; IndePendent

Home: 7-1, Away: 3-0 Head Coach: Claude Gilbert 24-14 9/12 Arkansas St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 7-3 9/18 Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 9/25 at Bowling Green . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-15 10/2 Brigham Young . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-8 21-15 10/16 Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-14 10/23 Cal St. Fullerton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/30 at Texas-El Paso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-16 11/6 San Jose St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 30-17 11/13 Utah St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 7-6 10-3 11/20 at Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 17-14 11/27 New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197-125

1977

10-1; IndePendent

Final National Ranking: 16 (AP), 19 (UPI) Home: 7-0, Away: 3-1 Head Coach: Claude Gilbert 9/10 Cal St. Fullerton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-17 10/17 at Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 21-14 19-0 10/1 Utah St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/8 at Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 14-34 10/15 Texas-El Paso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 49-7 10/22 UNLV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 31-7 41-7 10/29 Tulsa (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/5 at Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 29-7 11/12 Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 33-22 41-16 11/19 Florida St. (13) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/26 (16/--) at San Jose St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 37-34 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 349-165

1978

4-7; 2-4 Western atHletIc (6tH)

Home: 4-1, Away: 0-6 Head Coach: Claude Gilbert 13-14 9/16 at Iowa St. (19) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/23 at Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 24-31 31-14 10/7 Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/14 at Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 22-31 10/21 Pacific . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 31-28 25-27 10/28 at Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/4 Colorado St. (HC)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-31 11/11 at Brigham Young* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 3-21 11/18 at Miami . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 14-16 11/25 New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-24 12/2 Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 18-20 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242-257

1979

8-3; 4-2 Western atHletIc (t-2nd)

Home: 5-1, Away: 3-2 Head Coach: Claude Gilbert 9/8 at Missouri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 15-45 9/22 at Fresno St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 32-23 9/29 Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 24-17 10/6 at New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 35-7 10/13 Miami . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 31-20 10/20 at Colorado St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 3-37 10/27 at Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 17-13 11/3 Wyoming (HC)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 31-21 11/10 Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 42-10 11/17 Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 42-20 11/24 Brigham Young (10)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 14-63 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 286-276

1980

4-8; 4-4 Western atHletIc (4tH)

Home: 2-4, Away: 2-4 Head Coach: Claude Gilbert 9/13 at Brigham Young* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11-35 9/20 at Air Force* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 13-10 9/27 Missouri (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-31 10/4 at Wisconsin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12-35 10/11 UNLV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 17-28 10/18 Colorado St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-26 10/25 at Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9-34 11/1 Oklahoma St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-15 11/8 at Hawai'i* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-31 11/15 at Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 28-7 11/22 New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 24-22 11/29 Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 21-20 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161-294

1981

6-5; 3-5 Western atHletIc (6tH)

Home: 2-3, Away: 4-1, Neutral: 0-1 Head Coach: Doug Scovil 9/12 at Colorado St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 9/26 at Oklahoma St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/3 at New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/10 Iowa St. (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W

30-14 23-16 17-15 52-31

10/17 Brigham Young* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-27 10/24 Hawai'i* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10-28 14-17 10/31 at Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 13-24 11/7 Wyoming* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/14 at UNLV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 38-20 11/21 Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 59-14 1981 MIRAGE BOWL (Japan, regular season game) 16-21 11/29 vs. Air Force* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 279-227

1982

7-5; 4-3 Western atHletIc (t-3rd)

Home: 5-1, Away: 2-4 Head Coach: Doug Scovil 32-44 9/11 at Air Force* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/18 at California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-28 9/25 UNLV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 26-23 10/2 at Washington (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 25-46 24-21 10/9 at Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 17-22 10/16 New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/23 Long Beach St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 51-17 10/30 Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 21-17 11/6 at Hawai'i* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 31-28 11/13 at Brigham Young* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 8-58 11/20 Colorado St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 38-10 11/27 Oklahoma St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 35-6 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308-320

1983

2-9-1; 1-6-1 Western atHletIc (8tH)

Home: 1-4, Away: 1-5-1 Head Coach: Doug Scovil at Tulsa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9-34 9/3 28-14 9/10 California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 9/17 at Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 24-27 21-33 9/24 at Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/1 at Hawai'i* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 27-27 13-20 10/8 Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/15 at Colorado St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 15-17 10/22 Brigham Young * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12-47 10-28 10/27 at UNLV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/12 Wyoming* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 21-33 14-34 11/19 at New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 12/3 Air Force* (18) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-38 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 221-352

1984

4-7-1; 4-3-1 Western atHletIc (t-4tH)

Home: 3-3-1, Away: 1-4 Head Coach: Doug Scovil 9/1 at Air Force* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 16-34 9/9 UCLA (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 15-18 9/15 Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 51-2 9/24 at Oklahoma St. (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 16-19 10/6 at Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 21-0 10/13 Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 24-24 10/20 Colorado St.* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 41-24 10/27 at Hawai'i* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10-16 11/3 UNLV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 14-30 11/10 at Brigham Young* (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 3-34 11/17 New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 37-31 11/24 Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 17-18 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265-250

1985

5-6-1; 3-4-1 Western atHletIc (6tH)

Home: 5-2, Away: 0-4-1 Head Coach: Doug Scovil 9/14 Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-14 9/21 at UCLA (12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 16-34 9/28 Colorado St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 48-23 10/5 Stanford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 41-22 10/12 at Brigham Young* (11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 0-28 10/19 Utah* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 37-39 10/26 Oregon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 37-49 11/2 at Air Force* (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10-31 11/9 at Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 20-41 11/16 Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 34-6 11/23 New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 55-20 11/30 at Hawai'i* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 10-10 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 342-317

1986

11/15 Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 31-24 11/22 Hawai'i* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 35-5 10-3 11/29 Brigham Young* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 1986 Holiday Bowl (Jack Murphy Stadium; San Diego, Calif.) 12/30 Iowa (16) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 38-39 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 292-279 The Holiday Bowl is considered a home game for SDSU per the NCAA.

1987

5-7; 4-4 Western atHletIc (5tH)

1988

3-8; 3-5 Western atHletIc (t-6tH)

1989

6-5-1; 4-3 Western atHletIc (t-5tH)

Home: 4-2, Away: 1-5 Head Coach: Denny Stolz 9/5 at UCLA (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 14-47 52-34 9/12 Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 7-49 9/19 at Air Force* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/26 at Oregon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 20-25 10/3 at Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10-52 10/10 Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 33-34 40-44 10/17 Stanford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 52-42 10/24 Long Beach St. (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/31 at Hawai'i* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 29-21 11/7 at Brigham Young* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 21-38 11/14 Colorado St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 26-12 11/21 New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 53-30 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 357-428 Home: 2-3, Away: 1-5 Head Coach: Denny Stolz 9/3 at UCLA (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 6-59 9/11 Air Force* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 39-36 10-31 9/17 at Stanford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 13-34 10/1 Oregon (20) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/8 Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 27-55 30-32 10/15 Hawai'i* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/22 at Colorado St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-13 20-41 10/29 at Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/5 Brigham Young* (20) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 27-15 11/12 at Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 7-58 18-10 11/19 at New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204-384 Home: 4-2-1, Away: 2-3 Head Coach: Al Luginbill 9/2 at Air Force* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/16 UCLA (20) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/23 Cal St. Fullerton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T 9/30 at Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/7 at Hawai'i * (20) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/14 Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/21 Pacific (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/28 at Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/4 New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/11 Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 11/18 at Miami (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/25 Brigham Young* (21) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .368-372

1990

36-52 25-28 41-41 38-27 24-31 30-26 35-7 34-31 45-28 27-17 6-42 27-48

6-5; 5-2 Western atHletIc (3rd)

Home: 5-1, Away: 1-4 Head Coach: Al Luginbill 9/8 at Oregon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 21-42 9/15 Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 38-20 9/22 at Brigham Young* (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 34-62 9/29 Air Force* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 48-18 10/6 at Wyoming* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 51-52 10/13 at UCLA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 31-45 11/3 Utah* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 66-14 11/10 Hawai'i* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 44-38 11/17 at New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 40-34 11/24 Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 53-31 12/1 Miami (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 28-30 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 459-386

(#/#) in front of opponent is SDSU’s national rank (AP/Coaches) at game time. (#) following opponent is opponent’s national rank (AP).

8-4; 7-1 Western atHletIc (1st)

Final National Ranking: 25 (CNN/USA Today) Home: 4-3, Away: 4-1 Head Coach: Denny Stolz 9/6 Long Beach St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 9/13 at Utah* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 9/20 UCLA (19) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 9/27 at New Mexico* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/4 at Stanford (20) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 10/18 at Texas-El Paso* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W 10/25 Air Force* (HC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .L 11/1 at Colorado St.* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .W

27-24 37-30 14-45 38-34 10-17 15-10 10-22 27-26

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1991

u

8-4-1 oVerall u 6-1-1 Western atHletIc (2nd) u HoMe: 5-1-1; aWay: 3-2; neUtral: 0-1 AP Rk

Date Opponent Result Score S.8 LONG BEACH ST. W 49 - 13 S.14 PACIFIC W 55 - 34 L 20 - 21 S.21 at Air Force* S.26 UCLA L 12 - 37 at Hawai’i* W 47 - 21 O.5 O.12 NEW MEXICO* W 38 - 24 O.19 at Texas-El Paso* W 28 - 21 W 24 - 21 O.26 at Utah* N.2 WYOMING* W 24 - 22 COLORADO ST.* W 42 - 32 N.9 T 52 - 52 N.16 BRIGHAM YOUNG* N.30 at Miami L 12 - 39 1 - 1 1991 FREEDOM BOWL (Anaheim Stadium; Anaheim, Calif.) D.30 vs. Tulsa L 17 - 28 23 -

1992

u

FD 24 34 16 19 24 20 26 29 17 24 30 28

-

FD 16 31 17 34 15 24 15 17 19 22 37 19

21 - 23

Total Yds - Yds TOs -TOs 518 - 223 4 - 3 699 - 155 3 - 2 218 - 321 1 - 2 322 - 644 4 - 2 578 - 233 1 - 1 459 - 404 7 - 4 469 - 383 1 - 0 471 - 381 1 - 0 415 - 514 1 - 2 468 - 430 0 - 2 695 - 767 2 - 3 427 - 579 4 - 2

Passing Yds - Yds TDs -TDs 335 - 186 1 - 2 269 - 399 2 - 0 94 - 93 1 - 0 182 - 382 1 - 3 273 - 76 0 - 0 205 - 342 1 - 2 296 - 173 2 - 2 308 - 316 3 - 2 241 - 403 2 - 1 279 - 189 4 - 1 568 - 599 5 - 6 213 - 485 1 - 4

Yds 183 430 124 140 305 254 173 163 174 189 127 214

353 - 378

164 - 122

189 - 256

2 - 1

0 - 0

coacH: al lUgInBIll

Rushing - Yds TDs - 37 4 - 155 7 - 228 2 - 262 1 - 157 6 - 62 4 - 210 2 - 65 0 - 111 0 - 241 2 - 168 2 - 94 0

2 - 4

Date S.4 S.11 S.18 S.25 S.30 O.9 O.16 O.23 O.30 N.11 N.20 N.27

u

u

Misc N N D D N N N D N, HC N N N

Television Prime Ticket Prime Ticket Prime Ticket ESPN Prime Ticket Prime Ticket Prime Ticket ABC (r) Prime Ticket Prime Ticket ESPN ESPN

58

34,217

N

Raycom

coacH: al lUgInBIll -TDs -

Att.

0 0 3 1 1 2 2 1 3 3 0

52,168 65,261 51,101 23,186 49,446 36,892 16,310 19,140 50,021 41,523 52,108

AP Rk 21

FD 29 18 31 28 23 24 27 24 31 21 22 27

-

FD 9 19 22 17 22 15 11 15 25 20 34 27

Yds 413 364 537 457 380 493 471 417 621 495 487 451

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 285 3 - 1 - 519 3 - 3 - 395 2 - 2 - 305 2 - 3 - 521 3 - 1 - 281 1 - 4 - 168 2 - 1 - 314 1 - 1 - 592 2 - 0 - 543 3 - 1 - 696 2 - 1 - 518 1 - 2

Yds 174 323 423 375 350 259 334 251 419 265 449 214

Passing - Yds TDs - 205 0 - 335 3 - 46 2 - 205 4 - 252 1 - 123 1 - 99 3 - 231 1 - 389 4 - 417 4 - 272 4 - 341 1

Result W W L L L L W L W L L

56 22 17 17 35 22 20 35 38 28 42

Score - 14 - 20 - 40 - 19 - 36 - 38 - 13 - 52 - 23 - 35 - 49

AP Rk

23

FD 26 21 17 22 29 21 23 17 22 16 29

-

FD 11 20 24 12 19 28 29 35 20 28 27

Total Yds - Yds TOs -TOs 503 - 232 0 - 4 363 - 368 1 - 2 309 - 420 2 - 2 339 - 311 1 - 1 527 - 416 8 - 3 340 - 549 4 - 2 396 - 504 2 - 3 399 - 648 2 - 2 421 - 400 5 - 6 312 - 505 1 - 3 589 - 519 3 - 0

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

Yds 239 41 114 82 30 234 137 166 202 230 38 237

Yds 186 49 73 103 88 87 203 101 185 19 142

Rushing - Yds TDs - 20 2 - 126 0 - 207 1 - 126 1 - 305 2 - 195 1 - 329 1 - 247 1 - 187 3 - 113 0 - 181 2

Yds 229 87 94 135 169 87 365 318 201 178 242 114

Rushing - Yds TDs - 50 3 - 366 2 -(-16) 0 - 126 1 - 145 1 - 195 5 - 173 3 - 157 3 - 232 3 - 371 1 - 45 5 - 154 0

-TDs - 1 - 2 - 3 - 0 - 3 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 3 - 1 - 6 - 1

Temp 72 71 54 70 80 81 62 68 45 57 56 58

FD 20 26 18 26 29 20 23 22 34 31 19 16

178 | SAN DIEGO STATE FOOTBALL | MEDIA GUIDE

Yds 401 339 470 421 466 656 619 506 529 380 573 425

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 266 2 - 3 - 586 4 - 3 - 389 3 - 1 - 527 2 - 5 - 502 1 - 5 - 455 3 - 2 - 458 4 - 2 - 472 3 - 7 - 583 0 - 2 - 546 3 - 3 - 319 0 - 2 - 401 2 - 1

Yds 172 252 376 286 297 355 254 188 328 202 331 311

Passing - Yds TDs - 216 1 - 220 1 - 405 3 - 401 2 - 357 2 - 360 1 - 285 4 - 315 2 - 351 3 - 175 2 - 274 2 - 247 1

Television

D N D N N, HC N D D N D D

ABC (r) ESPN ABC (r) ESPN Prime Ticket ABC (r) Prime Ticket ABC (r) ESPN

Att. 40,872 42,000 40,086 41,487 44,669 45,641 32,335 39,260 23,025 40,137 41,031 30,579

Misc N D D N D N N N, HC D D D

Television Prime Ticket ABC (r) Prime Ticket ESPN Prime Ticket Prime Ticket ESPN

coacH: ted tollner

Passing Yds - Yds TDs -TDs 317 - 212 5 - 2 314 - 242 2 - 2 236 - 213 1 - 0 236 - 185 0 - 1 421 - 111 3 - 1 253 - 354 1 - 3 193 - 175 1 - 0 298 - 401 4 - 5 236 - 213 2 - 2 293 - 392 4 - 2 447 - 338 4 - 1

-TDs Temp - 0 - 0 73 - 2 Dome - 1 80 - 2 70 - 2 75 - 1 56 - 1 57 - 1 69 - 3 60 - 5 59

8-4 oVerall u 5-3 Western atHletIc (5tH) u HoMe: 5-2; aWay: 3-2

AP Coaches Date Opponent Result Score Rk - Rk FD S.2 CALIFORNIA W 33 - 9 23 S.9 at Oklahoma L 22 - 38 14 - 14 17 S.16 at Brigham Young* L 19 - 31 24 S.28 NEVADA W 30 - 27 23 O.7 at Utah* W 24 - 21 26 O.14 FRESNO ST.* W 48 - 24 27 O.21 SAN JOSE ST. W 49 - 20 23 O.28 at Texas-El Paso* W 45 - 16 25 N.4 NEW MEXICO* W 38 - 29 26 N.11 (25) WYOMING* L 31 - 34 19 N.18 at Hawai’i* W 49 - 10 27 N.26 COLORADO ST.* L 13 - 24 22 (25) prior to Wyoming indicates SDSU AP national ranking at game time.

Misc

coacH: al lUgInBIll Rushing - Yds TDs - 80 4 - 184 1 - 349 3 - 100 1 - 269 1 - 158 4 - 69 0 - 83 1 - 203 2 - 126 2 - 424 1 - 177 3

4-7 oVerall u 2-6 Western atHletIc (8tH) u HoMe: 3-3; aWay: 1-4

Opponent NAVY CALIFORNIA at Minnesota at Colorado St.* AIR FORCE* UTAH* at New Mexico* at Wyoming* HAWAI’I* at Brigham Young* FRESNO ST.*

1995

Att. 26,749 24,408 43,011 37,333 38,259 21,338 25,342 25,657 35,961 30,163 56,737 56,721

6-6 oVerall u 4-4 Western atHletIc (t-6tH) u HoMe: 4-3; aWay: 2-3

Opponent Result Score CAL ST. NORTHRIDGE W 34 - 17 at California L 25 - 45 at Air Force* W 38 - 31 MINNESOTA W 48 - 17 UCLA L 13 - 52 at Hawai’i* W 45 - 14 COLORADO ST.* W 30 - 3 NEW MEXICO* W 20 - 17 at Utah* L 41 - 45 BRIGHAM YOUNG* L 44 - 45 at Fresno St.* L 37 - 63 WYOMING* L 38 - 43

1994 Date S.3 S.10 S.17 S.24 O.1 O.8 O.15 O.22 O.29 N.10 N.26

u

Temp 68 65 72 78 81 72 76 58 65 62 57 78

5-5-1 oVerall u 5-3 Western atHletIc (4tH) u HoMe: 2-3-1; aWay: 3-2

AP Total Passing Rushing Date Opponent Result Score Rk FD - FD Yds - Yds TOs -TOs Yds - Yds TDs -TDs Yds - Yds TDs RALPH’S HOLIDAY CLASSIC (Jack Murphy Stadium; San Diego, Calif.) S.5 vs. Southern California T 31 - 31 20 - 20 391 - 443 1 - 2 162 - 278 1 - 4 229 - 165 3 S.10 at Brigham Young* W 45 - 38 17 - 27 446 - 561 1 - 2 136 - 380 2 - 5 310 - 181 3 S.26 (21) at UCLA L 7 - 35 11 11 - 28 264 - 471 3 - 4 142 - 141 0 - 2 141 - 346 1 at New Mexico* W 49 - 21 32 - 10 597 - 259 2 - 2 317 - 155 3 - 2 280 - 104 4 O.3 O.17 TEXAS-EL PASO* W 49 - 27 23 - 24 594 - 394 0 - 2 372 - 244 4 - 2 222 - 150 2 O.24 AIR FORCE* L 17 - 20 19 - 13 327 - 294 1 - 3 189 - 70 2 - 0 167 - 247 0 O.31 at Colorado St.* W 20 - 13 21 - 24 391 - 387 0 - 1 299 - 107 2 - 0 92 - 280 0 N.7 at Wyoming* L 6 - 17 20 - 19 336 - 405 3 - 5 197 - 266 0 - 1 139 - 139 0 N.14 HAWAI’I* W 52 - 28 23 30 - 13 675 - 317 2 - 0 354 - 127 3 - 0 330 - 190 4 N.21 FRESNO ST.* L 41 - 45 22 - 24 530 - 520 2 - 1 387 - 268 3 - 2 143 - 252 1 L 17 - 63 1 15 - 27 225 - 581 3 - 0 218 - 518 2 - 2 7 - 174 3 N.28 MIAMI (21) prior to UCLA indicates SDSU AP national ranking at game time. The Ralph’s Holiday Classic is considered a home game for San Diego State per the NCAA.

1993

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

Att. 25,248 40,922 32,212 32,618 33,268 34,393 26,831 21,132 34,096 58,576 23,344

Misc D N N D N N, HC N D N N D

Television

Prime Ticket

Prime Ticket ESPN

coacH: ted tollner -TDs - 0 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 2 - 1 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 2

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

Temp 73 77 82 68 55 68 63 73 62 58 84 63

Att. 32,172 71,119 57,221 23,585 31,552 28,506 31,555 13,720 25,119 32,846 27,561 41,603

Misc N D N N N N N, HC N D D N D

Television Prime Sports ESPN Prime Sports PrimeSports KMPH

ESPN2


HISTORY/ALL-TIME SCORES cont.

1996 Date S.7 S.14 S.21 O.11 O.19 O.26 N.2 N.7 N.16 N.23 N.28

8-3 oVerall u 6-2 Western atHletIc (t-2nd/PacIFIc dIV.) u HoMe: 5-1; aWay: 3-2

Opponent IDAHO at California OKLAHOMA HAWAI’I* at New Mexico* at Colorado St.* at San Jose St.* WYOMING* at UNLV* FRESNO ST.* AIR FORCE*

1997 Date S.5 S.13 S.20 S.27 O.4 O.11 O.18 O.25 N.1 N.8 N.15 N.22

u

u

u

40 37 51 56 48 18 49 28 42 31 28

Score - 21 - 42 - 31 - 8 - 42 - 27 - 20 - 24 - 44 - 21 - 23

Result W L L ot-L L L ot-W W L W W L

45 3 10 18 28 21 20 10 17 48 20 17

Score - 31 - 36 - 36 - 24 - 31 - 36 - 17 - 3 - 41 - 21 - 19 - 38

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 14 3 - 3 10 17 25 - 25 8 19 25 17 17 13 21 22 25 - 22 16

Date S.4 S.11 S.18 S.25 O.2 O.9 O.16 O.23 N.6 N.18 N.27

u

Yds 476 486 445 427 437 330 586 520 670 537 317

Yds 325 477 258 180 260 138 343 366 395 395 199

-TDs - 2 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 2 - 2 - 4 - 1 - 1

Yds 151 9 187 247 177 192 243 154 275 142 118

coacH: ted tollner Rushing - Yds TDs - 31 2 - 210 1 - 308 0 - 100 3 - 175 5 - 351 1 - 130 3 - 100 1 - 124 3 - 116 2 - 237 1

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

Temp 70 72 69 70 70 35 63 70 51 63 66

-

FD 19 20 18 22 21 22 23 27 24 18 11 18

Yds 455 196 353 154 377 403 229 311 241 481 453 341

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 373 3 - 1 - 467 3 - 3 - 365 2 - 2 - 314 1 - 1 - 495 1 - 0 - 451 1 - 0 - 378 1 - 4 - 377 0 - 4 - 422 5 - 0 - 329 2 - 3 - 197 2 - 4 - 401 5 - 1

Yds 371 203 214 130 270 277 87 173 216 280 221 196

Passing - Yds TDs - 109 4 - 314 0 - 176 1 - 88 1 - 285 3 - 294 2 - 335 0 - 289 1 - 254 1 - 213 2 - 120 1 - 205 2

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

Yds 84 (-7) 139 24 107 126 142 138 25 201 232 145

-

FD 13 25 17 22 16 24 24 15 8 18 26

-

8

Yds 205 231 357 319 451 463 310 122 338 400 472

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 297 1 - 2 - 471 2 - 1 - 354 6 - 2 - 375 0 - 2 - 302 1 - 0 - 520 2 - 1 - 348 1 - 4 - 236 1 - 1 - 136 2 - 1 - 243 0 - 4 - 419 0 - 0

295 - 196

1 - 1

Yds 147 94 167 84 188 114 117 42 177 219 267

Passing - Yds TDs - 111 0 - 239 1 - 196 1 - 213 1 - 247 2 - 367 1 - 192 1 - 120 0 - 87 0 - 171 0 - 281 2

102 - 33

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

0 - 0

Yds 58 137 190 235 263 349 193 80 161 181 205

Result W L L W L L W L L W W

41 10 21 41 22 21 17 16 7 37 39

Score - 12 - 38 - 24 - 13 - 23 - 24 - 10 - 38 - 30 - 7 - 7

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 20 15 17 - 17 16 28 17 23 13 21 15 - 13 18 25 21

-

FD 14 19 15 12 24 12 17 18 16 10 21

Yds 414 259 248 572 351 443 202 497 241 501 478

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 219 0 - 1 - 373 0 - 2 - 284 6 - 2 - 181 1 - 1 - 403 2 - 0 - 241 5 - 3 - 275 0 - 3 - 440 4 - 0 - 295 5 - 2 - 215 0 - 1 - 423 1 - 4

Yds 185 179 174 343 202 275 67 194 192 227 232

Passing - Yds TDs - 183 2 - 230 0 - 188 1 - 181 3 - 94 2 - 157 2 - 173 1 - 288 1 - 262 0 - 138 2 - 267 3

-TDs - 4 - 0 - 4 - 2 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 0 - 4 - 1 - 0 - 1

Temp 88 70 55 na 87 70 70 79 35 68 55 68

Rushing - Yds TDs - 186 1 - 232 0 - 158 1 - 162 1 - 55 3 - 153 4 - 156 0 - 116 0 - 49 1 - 72 4 - 138 2

Opponent ARIZONA ST. ILLINOIS at Arizona at Oregon St. at Wyoming* UTAH* at Brigham Young* COLORADO ST.* at New Mexico* at Air Force* UNLV*

Result L L L L W L W L W L L

7 13 3 3 34 7 16 22 17 24 24

Score - 10 - 49 - 17 - 35 - 0 - 21 - 15 - 34 - 16 - 45 - 31

-

FD 16 24 19 19 10 11 27 17 16 31 19

Yds 319 250 196 227 434 250 309 419 183 350 418

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 270 1 - 1 - 417 2 - 2 - 385 1 - 4 - 336 7 - 0 - 184 2 - 3 - 329 0 - 3 - 439 2 - 1 - 316 3 - 2 - 268 2 - 2 - 540 3 - 1 - 368 1 - 0

Yds 219 151 124 156 317 157 239 393 148 269 328

Passing - Yds TDs - 160 1 - 158 0 - 200 0 - 183 0 - 158 2 - 230 0 - 376 0 - 232 1 - 154 0 - 122 2 - 277 1

Misc N D N N N D D D D N, HC D

Television

Prime Sports ABC (r) ESPN Fox West ESPN2

193 - 163

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

1 - 1

Att. 21,176 71,081 76,864 48,399 39,195 28,732 24,628 29,342 15,157 29,869 34,195 25,704

Misc D D D N N N N N D N, HC D N

Television Fox West Fox West ESPN2 Fox West Cox 4 Cox 4 Cox 4 Cox 4 ESPN

coacH: ted tollner Temp 78 75 71 76 68 53 65 48 71 68 65

Att. 37,471 49,927 23,811 18,320 20,320 26,187 28,807 63,496 22,497 12,833 22,365

Misc N N D D N N N, HC N D D N

Cox 4 Cox 4 Cox 4 ESPN ABC (r) Cox 4 Cox 4

63

21,429

D

ESPN2

Television Cox 4 Fox West 2 ESPN

coacH: ted tollner -TDs - 1 - 3 - 2 - 1 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 1

Yds 229 80 74 229 149 168 135 303 49 280 246

Rushing - Yds TDs - 36 3 - 143 1 - 96 1 - 0 2 - 309 0 - 84 1 - 102 1 - 152 0 - 33 0 - 107 3 - 156 1

Yds 100 99 72 71 117 93 70 26 25 81 90

Rushing - Yds TDs - 110 0 - 259 1 - 185 0 - 153 0 - 26 2 - 99 1 - 63 2 - 84 0 - 114 1 - 418 1 - 91 2

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

Temp 73 87 68 79 78 88 33 61 68 66 59

3-8 oVerall u 3-4 MoUntaIn West (t-5tH) u HoMe: 0-5; aWay: 3-3 AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 21 17 14 16 21 15 16 24 17 15 15 20

Att. 29,449 37,000 34,812 27,098 27,444 25,013 11,483 28,679 11,594 32,107 18,353

coacH: ted tollner Rushing - Yds TDs - 264 1 - 153 0 - 189 0 - 226 0 - 210 1 - 157 0 - 43 2 - 88 0 - 168 0 - 116 2 - 77 2 - 196 0

5-6 oVerall u 3-4 MoUntaIn West (t-5tH) u HoMe: 2-3; aWay: 3-3

Opponent SOUTH FLORIDA at Illinois at Southern California at Kansas AIR FORCE* NEW MEXICO* at Colorado St.* at Utah* BRIGHAM YOUNG* at UNLV* WYOMING*

2000 Date A.31 S.9 S.16 S.23 O.7 O.14 O.21 O.28 N.4 N.18 N.25

AP Rk 20 22 16

u

FD 21 18 18 11 25 31 24 24 31 25 23

Passing - Yds TDs - 381 2 - 278 4 - 197 5 - 105 2 - 333 2 - 91 1 - 327 4 - 319 2 - 503 3 - 378 2 - 191 2

7-5 oVerall u 7-1 Western atHletIc (t-1st/PacIFIc dIV.) u HoMe: 4-2; aWay: 3-2; neUtral: 0-1

Coaches Date Opponent Result Score - Rk FD S.5 WISCONSIN L 14 - 26 - 20 12 S.12 at Southern California L 6 - 35 - 23 11 S.24 ARIZONA L 16 - 35 - 16 19 O.3 at Tulsa* W 24 - 14 19 O.9 HAWAI’I* W 35 - 13 23 O.17 at New Mexico* ot-W 36 - 33 23 O.24 UTAH* ot-W 21 - 20 16 O.29 at Brigham Young* L 0 - 13 9 N.7 FRESNO ST.* W 10 - 0 19 N.14 at San Jose St.* W 34 - 6 19 N.21 TEXAS-EL PASO* W 34 - 29 22 1998 LAS VEGAS BOWL (Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, Nev.) D.19 vs. North Carolina L 13 - 20 20

1999

-

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 412 0 - 4 - 488 2 - 0 - 505 1 - 2 - 205 1 - 4 - 508 1 - 2 - 442 1 - 0 - 457 1 - 1 - 419 2 - 1 - 627 1 - 0 - 494 2 - 4 - 478 0 - 2

5-7 oVerall u 4-4 Western atHletIc (t-4tH/PacIFIc dIV.) u HoMe: 3-2; aWay: 2-5

Opponent NAVY at Washington at Wisconsin at Air Force* at Arizona NEW MEXICO* UNLV* at Hawai’i* at Wyoming* SAN JOSE ST.* at Fresno St.* COLORADO ST.*

1998

Result W L W W W L W W L W W

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 20 23 20 21 22 18 29 16 - 15 29 27 30 21

Att. 25,766 35,798 53,966 34,500 31,856 30,508 26,774 38,561 40,836 18,165 20,622

Misc N D D N N N, HC D D N D D

Television ESPN+Plus ABC (r) ESPN2 UNM TV ESPN+Plus ESPN+Plus ESPN+Plus ESPN

coacH: ted tollner -TDs - 1 - 3 - 1 - 1 - 0 - 3 - 1 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 2

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

Temp 78 70 99 71 na 69 48 62 49 33 73

Att. 30,931 26,779 44,973 32,027 15,661 17,498 61,194 24,852 21,007 33,975 17,184

Misc N N N D D D D N, HC D D N

Television ESPN2 ESPN2 Fox-Ariz Fox-NW ABC (r) ESPN+Plus ESPN+Plus SportsWest ESPN+Plus SportsWest

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HISTORY/ALL-TIME SCORES cont.

2001 Date A.30 S.8 S.22 S.29 O.6 O.13 O.20 O.25 N.3 N.10 N.17

u

u

10 7 14 21 40 3 12 21 15 3 38

Score - 23 - 38 - 7 - 45 - 7 - 31 - 27 - 59 - 20 - 17 - 16

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 14 11 19 21 30 12 15 16 - 10 19 13 16 20

-

FD 17 24 9 25 9 23 19 20 11 16 17

Yds 201 190 370 403 629 160 319 415 222 258 382

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 231 3 - 1 - 425 2 - 1 - 212 1 - 1 - 427 4 - 0 - 226 4 - 2 - 427 0 - 1 - 334 5 - 1 - 450 5 - 2 - 265 1 - 1 - 363 1 - 0 - 364 2 - 9

Yds 160 102 200 199 273 121 202 130 231 194 183

coacH: ted tollner Passing - Yds TDs - 176 0 - 271 0 - 119 0 - 120 0 - 199 2 - 153 0 - 198 0 - 266 1 - 158 1 - 138 0 - 307 1

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

Yds 41 88 170 204 356 39 117 130 64 64 199

Rushing - Yds TDs - 55 1 - 154 1 - 93 2 - 319 3 - 27 3 - 274 0 - 136 1 - 266 2 - 34 0 - 225 0 - 57 4

Yds 38 42 58 79 63 116 84 156 18 30 30 109 125

Rushing - Yds TDs - 66 1 - 265 2 - 107 0 - 149 0 - 153 0 - 32 1 - 131 0 - 178 1 - 114 0 - 167 0 - 277 0 - 413 3 - 173 1

Yds 167 28 137 294 120 40 49 39 206 151 108 132

Rushing - Yds TDs - 117 2 - 120 0 - 124 3 - 106 2 - 65 1 - 238 0 - 142 0 - 207 1 - 45 1 - 31 0 - 168 0 - 191 1

Yds 291 22 146 139 68 128 -19 162 163 224 109

Rushing - Yds TDs - 46 3 - 148 1 - 84 1 - 205 1 - 72 0 - 63 0 - 114 0 - 173 1 - 187 1 - 353 2 - 81 0

Yds 156 164 13 210 265 34 166 94 125 196 214 133

Rushing - Yds TDs - 191 2 - 272 2 - 179 0 - 132 1 - 44 4 - 153 0 - 175 1 - 286 0 - 291 1 - 187 1 - 51 2 - 262 2

4-9 oVerall u 4-3 MoUntaIn West (t-3rd) u HoMe: 2-3; aWay: 2-6 Result L L L L L W W W L L L W L

14 14 28 38 7 36 24 31 10 15 21 38 40

Score - 16 - 34 - 39 - 48 - 43 - 17 - 20 - 21 - 34 - 8 - 49 - 34 - 41

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 19 17 - 17 24 25 26 17 23 21 27 18 11 21 - 17 20 26 24

-

FD 18 20 13 34 17 26 25 20 17 14 29 29 30

Yds 278 401 574 585 271 410 419 475 246 183 378 398 632

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 262 2 - 1 - 401 2 - 1 - 365 5 - 2 - 531 1 - 1 - 391 5 - 0 - 308 1 - 5 - 388 2 - 1 - 374 3 - 0 - 403 2 - 4 - 237 2 - 3 - 533 0 - 2 - 538 1 - 2 - 610 1 - 5

Yds 240 359 516 506 208 294 335 319 228 153 348 289 507

Passing - Yds TDs - 196 1 - 136 0 - 258 3 - 382 5 - 238 1 - 276 2 - 257 1 - 196 2 - 289 1 - 70 0 - 256 3 - 125 2 - 437 3

-TDs - 1 - 2 - 4 - 6 - 2 - 2 - 3 - 0 - 3 - 0 - 4 - 1 - 3

6-6 oVerall u 3-4 MoUntaIn West (t-4tH) u HoMe: 4-2; aWay: 2-4 19 13 34 37 10 36 6 7 25 7 6 24

Score - 9 - 16 - 0 - 17 - 20 - 44 - 27 - 30 - 20 - 0 - 21 - 3

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 18 2 - 2 20 14 27 13 16 15 20 21 18 20 20

-

FD 18 10 15 14 17 18 22 14 18 11 15 19

Yds 318 216 317 528 230 392 252 393 397 309 345 383

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 217 2 - 0 - 196 4 - 2 - 261 2 - 6 - 244 2 - 0 - 323 3 - 4 - 418 3 - 3 - 415 1 - 1 - 326 6 - 2 - 292 2 - 3 - 175 2 - 4 - 324 2 - 1 - 286 0 - 2

Yds 151 188 180 234 110 352 203 354 191 158 237 251

4-7 oVerall u 2-5 MoUntaIn West (7tH) u HoMe: 3-2; aWay: 1-5

Opponent IDAHO ST. at Michigan NEVADA at UCLA at Wyoming* COLORADO ST.* at New Mexico* UTAH* at Brigham Young* at Air Force* UNLV*

2005 Date S.3 S.10 S.17 S.24 O.1 O.8 O.15 O.22 O.29 N.12 N.19 D.3

u

Result L L W L W L L L L L W

Opponent Result EASTERN WASHINGTON W at Ohio St. L at Texas El-Paso W SAMFORD W at UCLA L BRIGHAM YOUNG* L at Utah* L NEW MEXICO* L WYOMING* W at UNLV* W at Colorado St.* L AIR FORCE* W

2004 Date S.4 S.18 S.25 O.2 O.9 O.16 O.23 O.30 N.6 N.13 N.20

u

Opponent at Fresno St. at Colorado ARIZONA ST. at Idaho UCLA UTAH* at Wyoming* UNLV* at Brigham Young* at New Mexico* COLORADO ST.* at Air Force* at Hawai’i

2003 Date A.30 S.9 S.13 S.20 S.27 O.4 O.11 O.18 O.25 N.8 N.15 N.22

3-8 oVerall u 2-5 MoUntaIn West (7tH) u HoMe: 2-4; aWay: 1-4

Opponent ARIZONA at Arizona St. at Colorado St.* AIR FORCE* EASTERN ILLINOIS at UNLV* at Ohio St. BRIGHAM YOUNG* NEW MEXICO* at Utah* WYOMING*

2002 Date A.29 S.7 S.14 S.21 S.28 O.12 O.19 O.26 N.2 N.9 N.15 N.23 D.7

u

Result W L W L L L L L L W W

38 21 27 10 10 17 9 28 16 37 21

Score - 21 - 24 - 10 - 33 - 20 - 21 - 19 - 51 - 49 - 31 - 3

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 27 17 - 17 15 22 21 20 16 15 9 - 10 23 21 24 14

-

FD 22 20 18 19 14 13 17 29 18 29 23

Yds 581 311 408 402 363 366 146 414 392 456 284

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 398 3 - 4 - 327 3 - 4 - 355 3 - 2 - 410 2 - 1 - 264 3 - 0 - 196 3 - 2 - 220 2 - 1 - 548 2 - 1 - 526 3 - 1 - 486 2 - 6 - 297 1 - 4

Yds 290 289 262 263 295 238 165 252 229 232 175

Passing - Yds TDs - 100 0 - 76 1 - 137 0 - 138 3 - 258 0 - 180 3 - 273 0 - 119 0 - 247 1 - 144 1 - 156 0 - 95 1

Passing - Yds TDs - 352 2 - 179 2 - 271 2 - 205 0 - 192 1 - 133 1 - 106 1 - 375 2 - 339 1 - 133 2 - 216 1

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

-TDs - 1 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 5 - 3 - 0 - 0

5-7 oVerall u 4-4 MoUntaIn West (t-4tH) u HoMe: 3-3; aWay: 2-4

Opponent UCLA at Air Force* at Ohio State SAN JOSE ST. BRIGHAM YOUNG* at UNLV* at Utah* NEW MEXICO* TCU* at Colorado St.* WYOMING* at Hawai’i

Result L L L W W L W L L W W L

21 29 6 52 31 10 28 24 20 30 34 38

Score - 44 - 41 - 27 - 21 - 10 - 13 - 19 - 47 - 23 - 10 - 21 - 49

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 23 26 9 - 9 3 28 26 10 17 15 20 - 20 20 18 22 31

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FD 16 25 21 12 15 13 30 33 24 20 20 34

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Yds 402 417 179 513 508 140 385 291 360 375 425 554

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 349 2 - 0 - 503 3 - 1 - 375 1 - 2 - 233 1 - 2 - 305 1 - 3 - 241 4 - 3 - 592 0 - 2 - 534 3 - 2 - 403 2 - 3 - 352 1 - 3 - 397 3 - 3 - 588 5 - 4

Yds 246 253 166 303 243 106 219 197 235 179 211 421

Passing - Yds TDs - 158 1 - 231 1 - 196 1 - 101 5 - 261 0 - 88 0 - 417 3 - 248 2 - 112 1 - 165 2 - 346 1 - 326 3

-TDs - 0 - 1 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 5

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

Temp Att. 67 29,386 97 54,071 78 29,110 68 22,193 63 20,064 83 22,100 57 102,432 67 30,064 60 16,538 53 36,018 60 16,864

Misc N N D N N D D N N D N

Television ESPN2 ABC (r) ESPN2 ABC (r) ESPN+Plus SportsWest SportsWest SportsWest

coacH: toM craFt -TDs - 0 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 3

Temp 85 87 68 72 70 66 53 61 36 63 75 41 74

Att. 39,111 44,126 29,041 14,887 33,610 20,410 13,757 21,541 59,362 28,770 21,714 31,023 36,671

Misc N N N D D D D D, HC D D D D N

Television ESPN2 FSN Fox-Ariz. ESPN2 KJZZ ESPN+Plus SportsWest SportsWest ESPN2 KFVE

coacH: toM craFt -TDs - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 0

Temp Att. 77 21,145 70 104,433 92 18,195 70 20,967 75 48,690 63 32,137 67 39,132 72 22,011 66 15,812 63 20,896 57 29,127 59 23,682

Misc N D N D N N N N, HC N D D N

Television ESPN+Plus Fox West 2 SportsWest KJZZ SportsWest SportsWest ESPN+Plus ESPN+Plus SportsWest

coacH: toM craFt -TDs - 2 - 0 - 1 - 1 - 0 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 3 - 4 - 0

Temp Att. 82 57,216 73 109,432 73 33,429 77 52,038 64 19,540 69 31,129 58 37,287 67 32,683 60 53,435 29 28,514 63 25,519

Misc N, FW D N D D D D N, HC D D, S N

Television ESPN SportsWest FSN West 2 ESPN+Plus ABC (r) SportsWest KJZZ ESPN+Plus ESPN+Plus SportsWest

coacH: toM craFt -TDs - 4 - 5 - 3 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 3 - 1 - 3 - 2

Temp Att. 72 50,710 79 30,101 67 104,533 76 55,868 71 41,680 83 18,372 77 41,341 60 26,670 66 21,698 52 25,411 72 20,713 77 28,326

Misc N D D N, FW N D N N N, HC D N N

Television ESPN2 ESPN360 ABC (r) SportsWest SportsWest ESPN+Plus ABC (r) SportsWest ESPN360 ESPN+Plus SportsWest


HISTORY/ALL-TIME SCORES cont.

2006 Date A. 31 S. 16 S. 23 S. 30 O.7 O.21 O.28 N.4 N.11 N.18 N.25 D.2

u

3-9 oVerall u 3-5 MoUntaIn West (t-6tH) u HoMe: 3-3; aWay: 0-6

Opponent UTEP at Wisconsin UTAH* at San Jose St. at Brigham Young* AIR FORCE* CAL POLY at Wyoming* UNLV* at TCU* at New Mexico* COLORADO ST.*

2007

u

Result L L L L L W L L W L L W

Score 27 - 34 0 - 14 7 - 38 10 - 31 17 - 47 19 - 12 14 - 16 24 - 27 21 - 7 0 - 52 14 - 41 17 - 6

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 22 7 15 10 21 15 15 10 20 6 25 9

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FD 12 14 23 20 23 23 15 23 18 30 14 19

Yds 384 115 287 239 357 284 306 232 277 87 431 235

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 243 3 - 4 - 372 1 - 1 - 359 5 - 2 - 418 3 - 2 - 419 2 - 1 - 344 0 - 2 - 284 1 - 1 - 319 1 - 1 - 250 1 - 3 - 624 2 - 1 - 301 4 - 0 - 288 1 - 1

4-8 oVerall u 3-5 MoUntaIn West (6tH) u HoMe: 2-4; aWay: 2-4

AP Coaches Total Date Opponent Result Score Rk - Rk FD - FD Yds - Yds TOs S.8 at Washington St.# L 17 - 45 21 - 36 399 - 654 1 S.15 at Arizona St. L 12 - 34 17 - 26 323 - 479 1 S.22 PORTLAND ST. W 52 - 17 27 - 24 596 - 458 0 S.29 CINCINNATI L 23 - 52 24 16 - 30 377 - 547 2 at Colorado St.* W 24 - 20 19 - 16 386 - 327 1 O.6 O.13 at Utah* L 7 - 23 12 - 27 211 - 514 2 O.20 NEW MEXICO* L 17 - 20 14 - 19 299 - 365 2 N.3 WYOMING* W 27 - 24 16 - 18 307 - 250 2 N.10 at UNLV* W 38 - 30 18 - 24 318 - 482 1 L 23 - 55 21 - 30 506 - 670 3 N.17 at Air Force* L 33 - 45 15 - 39 441 - 694 0 N.24 TCU* D.1 BRIGHAM YOUNG*^ L 27 - 48 21 - 19 22 - 33 356 - 538 1 # - Played at Qwest Field In Seattle, Wash., ^ - Game originally scheduled for Oct. 27 (PPD - Fires).

2008 Date A.30 S.6 S.13 S.27 O.4 O.11 O.18 O.25 N.1 N.8 N.15 N.22

u

u

Yds 285 180 474 312 230 149 133 249 196 410 366 288

Result L L L W L L L L L L L W

27 13 10 45 7 10 7 34 10 12 14 42

Score - 29 - 21 - 35 - 17 - 41 - 35 - 70 - 38 - 35 - 41 - 63 - 21

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 23 19 7 23 4 12 13 23 19 17 - 16 18 8 - 7 19 27

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FD 21 20 22 20 28 30 28 25 22 18 30 16

Yds 379 345 146 603 85 165 227 392 328 280 320 479

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 483 5 - 1 - 342 2 - 4 - 476 1 - 1 - 351 2 - 4 - 498 1 - 1 - 473 2 - 2 - 565 3 - 1 - 507 1 - 0 - 544 1 - 0 - 421 4 - 1 - 520 3 - 1 - 349 0 - 3

Yds 352 274 140 445 98 130 161 166 311 160 247 387

4-8 oVerall u 2-6 MoUntaIn West (7tH) u HoMe: 3-3; aWay: 1-5

Opponent at UCLA SOUTHERN UTAH at Idaho at Air Force* NEW MEXICO ST. BRIGHAM YOUNG* at Colorado St.* NEW MEXICO* TCU* WYOMING* at Utah* at UNLV*

2010

-TOs - 1 - 1 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 3 - 1

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Passing Yds TDs 213 0 85 0 167 1 282 0 267 0 47 1 80 2 97 2 211 0 349 0 87 2 175 0

Passing - Yds TDs - 469 1 - 211 0 - 445 5 - 284 2 - 188 0 - 232 0 - 239 0 - 159 2 - 207 2 - 101 1 - 318 2 - 227 1

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

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

Result L W L L W L W W L L L L

14 35 20 14 34 28 42 23 12 27 7 24

Score - 33 - 19 - 34 - 26 - 17 - 38 - 28 - 20 - 55 - 30 - 38 - 28

AP Coaches Rk - Rk FD 11 22 20 16 13 18 - 19 16 25 18 6 - 4 16 21 23 - 23 16 20

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FD 19 19 21 12 15 27 20 25 28 30 22 22

Yds 277 436 296 323 252 342 531 303 279 357 262 445

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 359 3 - 3 - 279 2 - 3 - 379 2 - 0 - 294 6 - 0 - 234 1 - 4 - 512 1 - 0 - 356 0 - 2 - 386 1 - 0 - 551 4 - 0 - 446 1 - 1 - 391 2 - 0 - 397 2 - 2

Yds 238 287 241 284 144 322 459 253 187 200 207 341

Passing - Yds TDs - 220 3 - 237 1 - 183 0 - 169 4 - 115 0 - 72 0 - 146 1 - 296 1 - 166 1 - 317 1 - 322 2 - 316 2

Passing - Yds TDs - 215 2 - 165 2 - 232 2 - 51 2 - 146 2 - 346 3 - 205 6 - 277 3 - 239 1 - 246 0 - 202 1 - 274 1

-TDs - 1 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 3 - 1 - 3 - 5 - 2

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

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Yds 114 143 122 65 156 62 166 58 122 96 75 68

Rushing - Yds TDs - 185 1 - 268 1 - 13 2 - 263 0 - 139 3 - 282 1 - 126 2 - 91 2 - 275 1 - 569 2 - 376 2 - 311 2

Yds 27 71 6 158 -13 35 66 226 17 120 73 92

Rushing - Yds TDs - 263 1 - 105 1 - 293 0 - 182 2 - 383 1 - 401 1 - 419 0 - 211 2 - 378 0 - 104 0 - 198 0 - 33 3

Yds 39 149 55 39 108 20 72 50 92 157 55 104

Rushing - Yds TDs - 144 0 - 114 2 - 147 0 - 243 0 - 88 1 - 166 1 - 151 0 - 109 0 - 312 0 - 200 3 - 189 0 - 123 1

Yds 218 244 250 142 53 205 135 76 148 38 59 250

Rushing - Yds TDs - 88 4 - 105 4 - 89 3 - 115 2 - 271 0 - 312 2 - 110 1 - 152 3 - 27 2 - 226 2 - 138 1 - 67 2

9-4 oVerall u 5-3 MoUntaIn West (t-3rd) u HoMe: 6-1; aWay: 3-3

AP Coaches Date Opponent Result Score Rk - Rk FD S.4 NICHOLLS STATE W 47 - 0 23 S.11 at New Mexico State W 41 - 21 24 S.18 at Missouri L 24 - 27 - 25 17 S.25 UTAH STATE W 41 - 7 18 O.9 at Brigham Young* L 21 - 24 12 O.16 AIR FORCE* W 27 - 25 23 - 23 16 O.23 at New Mexico* W 30 - 20 22 O.30 at Wyoming* W 48 - 38 20 N.6 COLORADO STATE* W 24 - 19 19 N.13 at TCU* L 35 - 40 3 - 3 7 N.20 UTAH* L 34 - 38 25 - 24 29 N.27 UNLV* W 48 - 14 30 2010 POINSETTIA BOWL (Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif.) D.23 NAVY W 35 - 14 27

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FD 12 17 25 14 24 29 16 21 19 27 22 15

- 22

Yds 531 563 440 504 273 452 384 441 319 300 587 588

Total - Yds TOs -TOs - 171 1 - 1 - 328 0 - 1 - 440 1 - 3 - 245 2 - 1 - 413 1 - 2 - 487 1 - 1 - 303 2 - 2 - 338 3 - 1 - 293 5 - 1 - 466 2 - 2 - 500 3 - 0 - 234 1 - 0

555 - 382

0 - 1

Yds 313 319 190 362 220 247 249 365 171 262 528 338

Passing - Yds TDs - 83 2 - 223 1 - 351 0 - 115 3 - 142 3 - 175 1 - 193 2 - 186 3 - 266 1 - 240 2 - 362 4 - 167 4

276 - 147

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

2 - 1

Rushing Yds TDs 30 3 287 0 192 0 136 1 152 2 297 0 204 0 222 0 39 1 275 0 214 0 113 2

Yds 109 13 204 163 141 151 149 40 141 31 104 184

2-10 oVerall u 1-7 MoUntaIn West (t-8tH) u HoMe: 2-4; aWay: 0-6

Opponent CAL POLY at Notre Dame at San Jose St. IDAHO at TCU* AIR FORCE* at New Mexico* COLORADO ST.* at Wyoming* at Brigham Young* UTAH* UNLV*

2009 Date S.5 S.12 S19 S.26 O.3 O.17 O.24 O.31 N.7 N.14 N.21 N.28

u

Yds 275 102 83 76 216 133 157 192 136 56 327 51

279 - 235

coacH: cHUck long -TDs - 1 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 2 - 2 - 0

Temp 72 77 73 62 54 69 77 47 63 69 57 69

Att. 34,723 81,090 53,794 14,361 60,804 26,871 20,974 14,012 21,445 26,287 23,421 17,557

Misc N D N, FW D D N N, HC D N D D N

Television CSTV ESPN+Plus The Mtn. Ch. 4 SD The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. Versus The Mtn.

coacH: cHUck long -TDs - 1 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 0 - 1 - 0 - 1 - 8 - 6 - 4

Temp 70 92 69 66 83 55 64 63 65 50 63 56

Att. 46,290 54,617 53,110 24,647 27,930 40,898 20,205 22,852 18,837 34,227 18,350 28,473

Misc D N D, FW N D D N, HC N N D N D

Television FSN Ariz. The Mtn. VERSUS The Mtn. Ch. 4 SD CSTV The Mtn. CSTV The Mtn.

coacH: cHUck long -TDs - 2 - 0 - 5 - 2 - 4 - 3 - 8 - 2 - 4 - 2 - 2 - 1

Temp 77 71 74 76 91 64 71 73 59 52 77 62

Att. 26,851 80,795 19,854 21,401 30,620 43,630 26,695 17,185 11,779 64,107 19,342 17,846

Misc N D N N N N, FW D N, HC D D N N

Television Ch. 4 SD NBC Go Vandals TV The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. CBS College

coacH: Brady Hoke -TDs - 2 - 1 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 2 - 2 - 1 - 5 - 2 - 3 - 2

Temp 89 76 NA 75 69 80 64 77 72 58 40 53

Att. 55,761 42,137 10,324 35,929 21,184 30,258 20,631 12,647 21,708 18,851 44,991 13,730

Misc D N, FW D D N D, HC D D D N D N

Television FS West SWX The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. CBS College VERSUS The Mtn. VERSUS The Mtn.

coacH: Brady Hoke -TDs - 0 - 1 - 2 - 1 - 3 - 2 - 0 - 2 - 0 - 1 - 3 - 0

3 - 1

Temp 82 89 83 87 60 66 58 56 63 62 58 55

Att. 25,290 16,891 56,050 45,682 62,176 28,178 16,488 16,252 34,689 45,694 34,951 22,091

Misc N N N N N N, HC N D N N N N

Television Aggie Vision PPV FW The Mtn. CBS College The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. VERSUS The Mtn. The Mtn.

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48,049

N

ESPN

All totals listed SDSU-Opponent. Rank is opponent’s AP and coaches poll rankings at game time. D - day game, N - night game, S - snow, HC - Homecoming, FW - KGB SkyShow.

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Year-By-Year Record Southern California Junior College Conference Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Year 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925

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

Pct .400 .600 .800 .800 .688

Conference Record Pct Finish 1-3-0 .250 4th 4-0-0 1.000 1st 2-0-0 1.000 1st 3-0-0 1.000 1st Independent

Bowl

Coach C.E. Peterson C.E. Peterson C.E. Peterson C.E. Peterson C.E. Peterson

Southern Calif. Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Year 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938

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

Pct .438 .571 .500 .375 .555 .600 .388 .500 .389 .438 .813 .875 .688

Conference Record Pct 1-3-1 .300 2-3-0 .400 2-3-0 .400 1-5-0 .167 3-3-0 .500 2-2-1 .500 2-4-1 .357 4-2-1 .643 2-1-1 .700 2-2-1 .500 5-0-0 1.000 4-1-0 .800 3-2-1 .583

Finish 7th T-5th 5th 6th 3rd T-4th 5th 4th 2nd T-3rd 1st 1st 3rd

Bowl

Coach C.E. Peterson C.E. Peterson C.E. Peterson C.E. Peterson W. Herreid W. Herreid W. Herreid W. Herreid W. Herreid Leo Calland Leo Calland Leo Calland Leo Calland

California Collegiate Athletic Conference Year 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

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

Conference Pct Record Pct Finish .222 0-2-0 .000 4th .611 1-1-1 .500 T-2nd .600 0-3-0 .000 4th .071 N/A N/A N/A World War II - No Team World War II - No Team .286 N/A N/A N/A .600 2-3-0 .400 5th .750 2-2-1 .500 4th .364 1-4-0 .200 T-5th .666 3-1-0 .750 2nd .611 3-0-1 .875 1st .955 3-0-0 1.000 1st .444 2-2-0 .500 3rd .611 3-1-1 .700 2nd .555 2-2-0 .500 2nd .200 N/A N/A N/A .555 2-1-0 .667 T-2nd .222 0-2-0 .000 5th .375 2-3-0 .400 4th .188 0-5-0 .000 6th .188 0-5-0 .000 6th .700 2-2-1 .500 4th .800 6-0-0 1.000 1st .778 4-1-0 .800 T-1st .800 4-1-0 .800 2nd .800 3-2-0 .600 3rd 1.000 5-0-0 1.000 1st .909 5-0-0 1.000 1st .818 Independent

Bowl

Harbor Pineapple

Camellia Camellia

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Coach Leo Calland Leo Calland Leo Calland Jon Eubank Bob Breitbard Bill Terry Bill Schutte Bill Schutte Bill Schutte Bill Schutte Bill Schutte Bill Schutte Bill Schutte Bill Schutte Bill Schutte Paul Governali Paul Governali Paul Governali Paul Governali Paul Governali Don Coryell Don Coryell Don Coryell Don Coryell Don Coryell Don Coryell Don Coryell Don Coryell

Year 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977

Overall Record 11-0-0 9-2-0 6-5-0 10-1-0 9-1-1 8-2-1 8-3-0 10-1-0 10-1-0

Pct 1.000 .818 .545 .909 .864 .733 .727 .909 .909

Conference Record Pct Finish 6-0-0 1.000 1st 5-1-0 .833 T-1st 2-3-0 .400 T-4th 4-0-0 1.000 1st 3-0-1 .875 1st 4-0-0 1.000 1st 3-2-0 1.000 1st Independent Independent

Bowl Pasadena

Coach Don Coryell Don Coryell Don Coryell Don Coryell Claude Gilbert Claude Gilbert Claude Gilbert Claude Gilbert Claude Gilbert

Bowl

Coach Claude Gilbert Claude Gilbert Claude Gilbert Doug Scovil Doug Scovil Doug Scovil Doug Scovil Doug Scovil Denny Stolz Denny Stolz Denny Stolz Al Luginbill Al Luginbill Al Luginbill Al Luginbill Al Luginbill Ted Tollner Ted Tollner Ted Tollner Ted Tollner Ted Tollner

Western Athletic Conference Year 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

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

Pct .364 .727 .333 .545 .583 .208 .375 .458 .750 .417 .273 .542 .545 .654 .500 .500 .364 .667 .727 .416 .583

Conference Record Pct 2-4-0 .333 4-2-0 .666 4-4-0 .500 3-5-0 .375 4-3-0 .571 1-6-1 .187 4-3-1 .562 3-4-1 .438 7-1-0 .870 4-4-0 .500 3-5-0 .375 4-3-0 .571 5-2-0 .714 6-1-1 .813 5-3-0 .625 4-4-0 .500 2-6-0 .250 5-3-0 .625 6-2 .750 4-4 .500 7-1 .875

Finish 6th T-2nd 4th 6th T-3rd 8th T-4th 6th 1st 5th T-6th T-5th 3rd 2nd 4th T-6th 8th 5th T-2nd T-4th T-1st

Holiday

Freedom

Las Vegas

Mountain West Conference Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Overall Record 5-6 3-8 3-8 4-9 6-6 4-7 5-7 3-9 4-8 2-10 4-8 9-4

Pct .455 .272 .272 .307 .500 .363 .417 .250 .333 .167 .333 .692

Conference Record Pct 3-4 .429 3-4 .429 2-5 .286 4-3 .571 3-4 .429 2-5 .286 4-4 .500 3-5 .375 3-5 .375 1-7 .125 2-6 .250 5-3 .625

Finish T-5th T-5th 7th T-3rd T-4th 7th T-4th T-6th 6th T-8th 7th T-3rd

Bowl

Poinsettia

Coach Ted Tollner Ted Tollner Ted Tollner Tom Craft Tom Craft Tom Craft Tom Craft Chuck Long Chuck Long Chuck Long Brady Hoke Brady Hoke

SDSU Record By Decade Decade 1920-1929 1930-1939 1940-1949 1950-1959 1960-1969 1970-1979 1980-1989 1990-1999 2000-2009 2010Totals

Overall Record 43-31-4 43-36-8 36-35-3 41-44-6 80-17-3 82-26-2 50-64-4 62-52-2 38-80 9-4 484-389-32

Pct .577 .540 .507 .484 .815 .755 .441 .543 .322 .692 .552

Conference Record Pct 16-17-1 .485 27-19-6 .577 9-14-2 .400 18-19-2 .487 35-11-1 .755 28-11-1 .713 37-38-3 .494 47-30-1 .609 27-48 .360 5-3 .625 249-210-17 .541


HISTORY

All-Time Series Results n Series

Records vs. Current NCAA Division I Football Teams Only

W 10 u Air Force 1 Akron Arizona 5 Arizona St. 0 Arkansas St. 1 Bowling Green 2 Brigham Young 7 California 3 u Cal Poly 13 0 Cincinnati 0 Colorado 17 u Colorado St. 1 Eastern Illinois Eastern Washington 1 Florida St. 2 u Fresno St. 26 Hawai'i 15 Houston 0 Idaho 2 1 Idaho St. 0 Illinois Iowa 0 Iowa St. 3 Kansas 1 Kent St. 2 Miami (Fla.) 1 u Michigan 0 Minnesota 1 Missouri 0 Montana St. 3 Navy 3 Nevada 2 u New Mexico 22 New Mexico St. 8 Nicholls State 1 North Carolina 0 North Dakota St. 1 North Texas 6 Northern Arizona 2 Northern Illinois 4 Notre Dame 0 Ohio St. 0 Oklahoma 1 Oklahoma St. 2 Oregon 0 Oregon St. 2 Portland St. 1 Samford 1 San Diego 1 San Jose St. 15 South Florida 1 Southern California 0 Southern Mississippi 2 Southern Utah 1 Stanford 1 u TCU 0 Tennessee St. 1 Texas-El Paso 18 Texas Southern 1 Tulsa 2 UCLA 0 u UNLV 12 Utah 12 Utah St. 10 Washington 0 u Washington St. 0 Weber St. 2 Wisconsin 1 u Wyoming 15 u- Indicates 2011 opponent.

L 19 0 10 10 0 0 27 3 11 1 1 13 0 0 0 20 9 2 2 0 2 1 3 0 0 5 1 1 3 0 0 2 15 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 1 2 4 1 0 0 0 18 0 2 1 0 3 6 0 4 0 2 21 8 17 1 2 1 0 4 17

T SDSU Opp. 0 678 885 0 41 0 0 220 283 1 101 386 0 24 14 1 83 55 1 679 1,162 0 145 158 0 571 417 0 23 52 0 14 34 0 701 652 0 40 7 0 19 9 0 79 33 4 1,017 1,011 2 796 570 0 23 63 0 143 120 0 38 21 0 23 87 0 38 39 0 186 163 0 41 13 0 31 9 0 108 210 0 21 24 0 65 57 0 46 103 0 76 32 0 136 58 0 63 107 0 924 985 1 327 127 0 47 0 0 13 20 0 36 0 0 229 87 0 36 8 0 152 40 0 13 21 0 31 70 0 73 69 0 80 56 0 91 150 0 45 43 0 52 17 0 37 17 0 42 12 2 681 780 0 41 12 1 58 90 0 109 31 0 35 19 0 101 114 0 107 256 1 29 21 0 776 449 0 42 33 0 91 83 1 241 705 0 504 403 1 718 854 0 298 144 0 28 82 0 17 45 0 96 46 0 60 128 0 826 896

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