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UNLV 2012 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DATE

OPPONENT

TIME/TV

Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

MINNESOTA NORTHERN ARIZONA WASHINGTON STATE AIR FORCE* at Utah State at Louisiana Tech NEVADA, RENO* at Boise State* at San Diego State* NEW MEXICO* (HC) at Colorado State* WYOMING* at Hawai’i*

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

SERIES

NOTE TO KNOW

1st Meeting UNLV 5-2 WSU 4-0 AFA 13-4 USU 12-7 UNLV 2-0 UNR 22-15 BSU 4-3 SDSU 13-8 UNM 10-9 CSU 13-6-1 WYO 11-9 UH 13-8

Gophers are 3rd Big Ten team to visit Las Vegas 1st meeting between programs since 1992 Cougars come to town for 1st time since 1991 1st time opening with 4 straight home games since ‘73 UNLV will face former head coach Mike Sanford in Logan Rebs snapped Tech’s 18-game home win streak last visit (‘93) Only 5th time teams will meet as conferenece foes UNLV makes 1st trip to Boise since 1977 Rebels face another former UNLV head coach, Jeff Horton UNLV looking for 3rd straight home win vs. Lobos Rebels looking for 1st victory in Fort Collins in a decade Home squad has won 5 straight in this series Teams meeting as league rivals for 1st time since 1997

*Mountain West Game

UNLV 2011 RESULTS (2-10/1-6/T6th MW) DATE Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3

OPPONENT at #11/10 Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’I SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming* COLORADO STATE* #5/5 BOISE STATE* (HC) at New Mexico* at Air Force* SAN DIEGO STATE* at #18/17 TCU*

RESULT L, 51-17 L, 59-7 W, 40-20 L, 41-16 L, 37-0 L, 41-14 W, 38-35 L, 48-21 L, 21-14 L, 45-17 L, 31-14 L, 56-9

TV ESPN None Mtn. & CBSSN

The Mtn. Cox & ESPN3 Mtn. & CBSSN

The Mtn. CBSSN The Mtn. The Mtn. The Mtn. VERSUS

SERIES UW 8-2 WSU 5-0 UH 13-8 UNLV 3-1 UNR 22-15 Tied 10-10 CSU 13-6-1 BSU 4-3 UNM 10-9 AFA 13-4 SDSU 13-8 TCU 9-1

ATT 77,085 27,018 21,248 18,102 25,978 22,985 21,289 26,281 14,937 24,401 19,075 32.012

NOTE TO KNOW Hottest game in Camp Randall Stadium recorded history Rebels avoid being shut out with late 95-yard kickoff return UNLV has now won four of last five in Las Vegas vs. Warriors T-Birds return three Rebel interceptions for touchdowns Despite forcing 5 turnovers, Rebs shut out by Pack for first time Home team wins this matchup for fifth straight season UNLV wins two straight at home vs. CSU for first time Visiting team wins for first time ever in series Lobos break 12-game losing streak with win over Rebels Rebels have not won in Colorado Springs since 2001 UNLV wastes 14-0 lead, career rushing day by Tim Cornett Game marks fiinal meeting as conference foes between schools


2012 SPRING PROSPECTUS 2012 UNLV QUICK FACTS Location: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: President: Director of Athletics: Faculty Representative: Conference: Stadium: Capacity/Surface: Record in Stadium: UNLV All-Time Record: All-Time MW Record: 2011 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost: Base Offense: Base Defense: Head Coach/Special Teams: Record at UNLV: Record Overall: Defensive Coord./DBs: Offensive Coord./Tight Ends: Quarterbacks: Asst. HC/Outside Linebackers: Defensive Line: Inside Linebackers: Wide Receivers: Offensive Line: Running Backs: Strength & Conditioning: Football Program Coordinator: Dir. Player Personnel/Asst. RC: Defensive Graduate Asst.: Offensive Graduate Asst.: Dir. Athletic Training: Dir. Equipment: Dir. FB Game Operations:

Las Vegas, NV 89154 1957 28,000 Rebels (Only men’s BB is Runnin’ Rebels) Scarlet & Gray Dr. Neal Smatresk Jim Livengood Brackley Frayer Mountain West Sam Boyd Stadium 36,800/Artificial (TurfTech) 137-109-3 (.556/41 seasons) 223-272-4 (.451/44 seasons) 25-72 (.258/13 seasons) 2-10 overall/1-6 MW (T6th place) 47 (23 offense/22 defense/2 ST) 24 (9 offense/14 defense/1 ST) 15 (8 offense/5 defense/2 kickers) 9 (3 offense/6 defense/0 kickers) Multiple 4-3 Bobby Hauck (Montana 1988) 4-21 (3rd Year) 84-38 (.689/10th Year) J.D. Williams (3rd Year/Fresno State 1990) Brent Myers (3rd Year/Eastern Washington 1982) Rob Phenicie (3rd Year/Memphis 1989) Kraig Paulson (3rd Year/Montana 1987) Michael Gray (3rd Year/Oregon 1984) Tim Hundley (1st Year/Western Oregon State 1974) Cedric Cormier (3rd Year/Colorado 2001) Chad Germer (3rd Year/Montana 1993) Dominic Daste (3rd Year/Washington 2001) Mike Gerber (3rd Year/Maine 1981) Kim Underwood (2nd Year/Colorado State 2003) Jimmy Morimoto (5th Year/University of Phoenix 2002) TBA Mike Ferriter (3rd Year/Montana 2009) Kyle Wilson (29th Year/West Virginia 1982) Paul Pucciarelli (28th Year/Orange Coast College 1982) Erik Schwarz (20th Year/West Virginia 1993)

KEEPING IN TOUCH – AREA CODE (702) Sam Boyd Press Box: Rebel Football Office: UNLV Athletic Dept: UNLV Ticket Office: UNLV Website Address: UNLV Radio Flagship: Media Relations Office: Media Relations Address: Football Contact: Wallington Phone Numbers: Wallington email Address: Asst. Football Contact:

895-1248 895-3400 895-4729 (702) 739-FANS unlvrebels.com ESPN 1100 AM & 98.9 FM PH 895-3207 FAX 895-0989 TMC 74 Box 450004, 4505 Maryland Parkway Las Vegas, NV 89154-0004 Mark Wallington (20th Year/Florida 1993) Office: 895-4472/Cell: 528-6291 mark.wallington@unlv.edu Paul Pancoe (O: 895-3764)


REBEL DEPTH CHART POST-SPRING 2012 REBEL OFFENSE

REBEL DEFENSE

POS LT

POS DE

NO NAME (HGT, WGT, YR-EXP) 69 Brett Boyko (6-7, 310, SO-1L) 67 Brad Overand (6-6, 280, JR-1L) LG 78 Cameron Jefferson (6-6, 300, SO-1L) 75 Allen Carroll (6-4, 320, SR-TR) C 79 Robert Waterman (6-2, 290, SO-1L) 58 Brian Roth (6-5, 300, SO-1L) RG 64 Doug Zismann (6-2, 300, SR-3L) 61 Nick White (6-5, 305, FR-RS) RT 77 Yusef Rodgers (6-2, 260, SR-3L) 73 Andrew Oberg (6-7, 280, FR-RS) TE 46 Jake Phillips (6-6, 245, FR-RS) 49 Nick Gstrein (6-4, 275, FR-HS) WR 18 Marcus Sullivan (5-9, 195, SO-1L) 21 Taylor Spencer (6-1, 210, SO-1L) WR 81 Devante Davis (6-3, 200, SO-1L) 82 Marquis Thompson (5-10, 175, FR-RS) QB IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER 8 Caleb Herring (6-3, 200, JR-2L) -or14 Sean Reilly (6-4, 210, SR-1L) -or15 Nick Sherry (6-5, 240, FR-RS) -orRB 35 Tim Cornett (6-0, 205, JR-2L) 28 Bradley Randle (5-7, 190, JR-2L) FB 37 William Vea (6-0, 230, SO-1L) -or89 Tyler Bergsten (6-4, 240, FR-RS)

DT DT DE WLB MLB SLB CB SS FS CB

NO 85 93 95 47 68 99 98 90 55 13 41 16 43 40 17 2 29 20 42 5 23 24

NAME (HGT, WGT, YR-EXP) Jordan Sparkman (6-6, 250, SO-1L) -orSonny Sanitoa (6-3, 235, FR-RS) Alex Klorman (6-2, 270, JR-2L) Trent Allmang-Wilder (6-6, 290, SR-1L) Nate Holloway (6-3, 360, JR-2L) -orTyler Gaston (6-3, 290, JR-2L) Desmond Tautofi (6-3, 300, SO-1L) -orParker Holloway (6-4, 240, JR-TR) John Lotulelei (6-0, 235, SR-1L) Eric Tuiloma-Va’a (6-0, 200, JR-2L) Tani Maka (6-1, 240, JR-2L) Taylor Barnhill (6-4, 240, SO-1L) Tim Hasson (6-2, 215, JR-2L) -orPrinceton Jackson (6-0, 210, SR-1L) Kenneth Penny (5-11, 170, SO-1L) Ken Spigner (5-10, 185, JR-1L) Tajh Hasson (6-1, 190, SO-1L) Kenny Brown (5-10, 175, SR-2L) Peni Vea (6-1, 195, FR-RS) Dre Crawford (6-0, 185, SR-TR) Sidney Hodge (5-8, 175, JR-2L) Fred Wilson (6-0, 175, FR-RS)

REBEL SPECIALISTS PK KO SNAP HOLD

27 39 27 42

Nolan Kohorst (6-0, 175, JR-2L) -orChase Lansford (6-2, 195, SR-1L) Nolan Kohorst (6-0, 175, JR-2L) -orChase Lansford (6-2, 195, SR-1L) Peni Vea (6-1, 195, FR-RS) TBD

PUNT KR PR

39 27

Chase Lansford (6-2, 195, SR-1L) -orNolan Kohorst (6-0, 175, JR-2L) TBD TBD


2012 SQUAD BREAKDOWN RETURNING LETTERMEN

INCOMING PLAYERS

BY CLASS

RETURNING SCHOLARSHIP REDSHIRTS: 12 Alvin Amilcar# (DL), Brandon Baker (DB), Tyler Bergsten (TE), Alex Novosel (OL), Andrew Oberg (OL), Jake Phillips (TE), Sonny Sanitoa (DL), Nick Sherry (QB), Marquis Thompson (WR), Peni Vea (DB), Nick White (OL), Fred Wilson (DB)

46 – 22 Offense/22 Defense/2 Kickers

SENIORS: 13 Trent Allmang-Wilder (DL), Beau Brence (DL), Kenny Brown (DB), Princeton Jackson (LB), Chase Lansford (P/PK), John Lotulelei (LB), Trey Mays (WR), Aaron Reed (TE), Sean Reilly (QB), Yusef Rodgers (OL), Imari Thompson (RB), Reggie Umuolo (LB) Doug Zismann (OL) JUNIORS: 17 Tim Cornett (RB), Kurt Davis (WR), Tyler Gaston (DL), Tim Hasson (LB), Caleb Herring (QB), Sidney Hodge (DB), Nate Holloway (DL), Max Johnson (TE), Alex Klorman (DL), Nolan Kohorst (PK), Jason Koontz (OL), Tani Maka (LB), Brad Overand (OL), Bradley Randle (RB), Ken Spigner (DB), John Therrell (DB), Eric Tuiloma-Va’a (LB) SOPHOMORES: 16 Taylor Barnhill (LB), Brett Boyko (OL), Perry Cooper (LB), Devante Davis (WR), Tajh Hasson (DB), Mike Horsey (DB), Jonathon James (WR), Cameron Jefferson (OL), Kenneth Penny (DB), Brian Roth (OL), Jordan Sparkman (DL), Taylor Spencer (WR), Marcus Sullivan (WR), Desmond Tautofi (DL), William Vea (FB), Robert Waterman (OL)

BY POSITION OFFENSE: 22 QB (2): Caleb Herring, Sean Reilly WR (6): Devante Davis, Kurt Davis, Jonathon James, Trey Mays, Taylor Spencer, Marcus Sullivan RB (3): Tim Cornett, Bradley Randle, Imari Thompson TE (2): Max Johnson, Aaron Reed FB (1): William Vea OL (8): Brett Boyko, Cameron Jefferson, Jason Koontz, Brad Overand, Yusef Rodgers, Brian Roth, Robert Waterman, Doug Zismann DEFENSE: 22 DL (7): Trent Allmang-Wilder, Beau Brence, Tyler Gaston, Nate Holloway, Alex Klorman, Jordan Sparkman, Desmond Tautofi LB (8): Taylor Barnhill (QB in 2011), Perry Cooper, Tim Hasson, Princeton Jackson, John Lotulelei, Tani Maka, Eric Tuiloma-Va’a, Reggie Umuolo DB (7): Kenny Brown, Tajh Hasson, Sidney Hodge, Mike Horsey, Kenneth Penny, Ken Spigner, John Therrell KICKERS: 2 P (1): Chase Lansford PK (1): Nolan Kohorst

40 – 12 Redshirts/5 Transfers/23 Freshmen

#Junior who received injury redshirt in 2011 after transferring to UNLV

JUNIOR-COLLEGE TRANSFERS: 5 James Boyd* (QB), Allen Carroll^(OL), Dre Crawford^ (DB), Parker Holloway* (DL), Eric Johnson^ (WR) *Midyear signee who participated in 2012 Spring Practice ^Will be a senior in 2012

GRAYSHIRT FRESHMEN: 5 Connor Afoa (LB), Patrick Carroll (OL), David Green (DL), Nick Gstrein (TE), Kenny Keys (DB) FRESHMAN SIGNEES: 18 Bobby Alvarez, Dominic Baldwin, Justin Chandler, Tom Clarkson, Marcell Frazier, David Greene, Troy Hawthorne, Charles Howard, Trent Langham, Matt Lea, Marc Philippi, Andrew Price, J’Ondray Sanders, Ron Scoggins, Michael Thomas, Jeremiah Valoaga, Anthony Williams, Jonavaughn Williams

RETURNING STARTERS (15) OFFENSE (8) LT 69 LG 78 C 79 RG 64 RT 77 QB 8 RB 35 FB 37

Brett Boyko (6-7, 310, SO-1L) Cameron Jefferson (6-6, 300, SO-1L) Robert Waterman (6-2, 290, SO-1L) Doug Zismann (6-2, 300, SR-3L) Yusef Rodgers (6-2, 260, SR-3L) Caleb Herring (6-3, 200, JR-2L) Tim Cornett (6-0, 205, JR-2L) William Vea (6-0, 230, SO-1L)

DEFENSE (5) CB 23 LB 41 LB 43 DT 95 DT 99

Sidney Hodge (5-8, 175, JR-2L) Tani Maka (6-1, 240, JR-2L) Tim Hasson (6-2, 215, JR-2L) Alex Klorman (6-2, 270, JR-2L) Tyler Gaston (6-3, 290, JR-2L)

KICKERS (2) PK 27 P 39

Nolan Kohorst (6-0, 175, JR-2L) Chase Lansford (6-2, 195, SR-1L)


2012 UNLV NUMERICAL ROSTER NO

NAME

2 5 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 35 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 52 55 56 58 59 61 64 65 67 68 69 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 81 82

Ken Spigner DB Dre Crawford DB Caleb Herring QB Eric Johnson WR James Boyd QB Kurt Davis WR Eric Tuiloma-Va’a LB Sean Reilly QB Nick Sherry QB Taylor Barnhill LB Kenneth Penny DB Marcus Sullivan WR Kenny Brown CB Taylor Spencer WR Sidney Hodge DB Fred Wilson DB Brandon Baker DB Nolan Kohorst PK Bradley Randle RB Tajh Hasson DB Imari Thompson RB Tim Cornett RB William Vea FB Mike Horsey DB Chase Lansford P/PK Princeton Jackson LB Tani Maka LB Peni Vea DB Tim Hasson LB Kenny Keys DB John Therrell DB Jake Phillips TE Trent Allmang-Wilder DL Beau Brence DE Nick Gstrein TE Reggie Umuolo LB John Lotulelei LB Perry Cooper LB Brian Roth OL Connor Afoa LB Nick White OL Doug Zismann OL Patrick Carroll OL Brad Overand OL Nate Holloway DL Brett Boyko OL Andrew Oberg OL Alex Novosel OL Allen Carroll OL Jason Koontz OL Yusef Rodgers OL Cameron Jefferson OL Robert Waterman OL Devante Davis WR Marquis Thompson WR

POS

HGT WGT

CL-EX

HOMETOWN

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

JR-1L SR-TR JR-2L SR-TR JR-TR JR-2L JR-2L SR-1L FR-RS SO-1L SO-1L SO-1L SR-2L SO-1L JR-2L FR-RS FR-RS JR-2L JR-2L SO-1L SR-2L JR-2L SO-1L SO-1L SR-1L SR-1L JR-2L FR-RS JR-2L FR-HS JR-2L FR-RS SR-1L SR-3L FR-HS SR-1L SR-1L SO-1L SO-1L FR-HS FR-RS SR-3L FR-HS JR-1L JR-2L SO-1L FR-RS FR-RS SR-TR JR-2L SR-3L SO-1L SO-1L SO-1L FR-RS

Miami, FL Jackson HS/College of the Sequoias Miami, FL South Miami HS/Arizona Western Moreno Valley, CA Citrus Hill HS Green Cove Springs, FL Fleming Island HS/Coll. of the Sequoias Los Angeles, CA Jordan HS/USC/West Los Angeles Bellflower, CA Centennial HS Las Vegas, NV Desert Pines HS Trabuco Canyon, CA Trabuco Hills HS/Saddleback College Petaluma, CA Casa Grande HS Rhome, TX Justin NW HS Lancaster, TX Lancaster HS North Las Vegas, NV Cheyenne HS Palmdale, CA Paraclete HS/College of the Canyons Las Vegas, NV Bishop Gorman HS Las Vegas, NV Palo Verde HS Bakersfield, CA West HS Lancaster, TX Lancaster HS Henderson, NV Green Valley HS Murrieta, CA Vista Murrieta HS Los Angeles, CA Cathedral HS DeSoto, TX Cedar Hill HS Galena Park, TX North Shore HS Alamo, NV Pahranagat Valley HS Baltimore, MD Dunbar HS Yorba Linda, CA El Dorado HS/Santa Ana College Houston, TX Cypress HS/Blinn College Long Beach, CA Jordan HS Kailu- Kona, HI Kealakehe HS Las Vegas, NV Cimarron-Memorial HS San Diego, CA Helix HS Las Vegas, NV Bishop Gorman HS Lakewood, CA Lakewood HS Palm Springs, CA Palm Springs HS/College of the Desert Plano, TX Plano Senior HS Irvine, CA Woodbridge HS Phoenix, AZ Centennial HS Kihei, HI Baldwin HS/Merced College The Woodlands, TX The Woodlands HS Lake Forest, CA El Toro HS Henderson, NV Foothill HS Chandler, AZ Gilbert HS Phoenix, AZ Shadow Mountain HS La Canada, CA St. Francis HS Yakima, WA West Valley HS North Las Vegas, NV Spring Valley HS Saskatoon, Sask. St. Joseph HS Islip, NY Islip HS Littleton, CO Chatfield Senior HS McClymonds HS/Washington/C. of the Sequoias Oakland, CA Corona, CA Santiago HS Van Nuys, CA Crespi HS Las Vegas, NV Desert Oasis HS Castaic, CA West Ranch HS Galena Park, TX North Shore HS Los Angeles, CA Crenshaw HS

185 185 200 170 255 220 200 210 240 240 170 195 175 210 175 175 180 175 190 190 215 205 230 180 195 210 240 195 215 185 170 245 290 255 275 195 235 230 300 245 305 300 275 280 360 310 280 270 320 315 260 300 290 200 175

HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL(S)


2012 UNLV NUMERICAL ROSTER NO

83 85 86 87 89 90 91 93 94 95 98 99

NAME

POS

Max Johnson TE/H Jordan Sparkman DL Aaron Reed TE/H Trey Mays WR Tyler Bergsten TE Parker Holloway DL Alvin Amilcar DL Sonny Sanitoa DL David Green DL Alex Klorman DL Desmond Tautofi DL Tyler Gaston DL Bobby Alvarez OL Darius Andres FB Dominic Baldwin DL Jordan Butler WR Justin Chandler TE Tom Clarkson OL Travone Davis DB Marcell Frazier DL David Greene DB Troy Hawthorne QB Charles Howard DL Jonathon James WR Trent Langham LB Matt Lea DB Prince Oroke LB Marc Philippi DB Andrew Price TE Kameron Rose PK J’Ondray Sanders OL Justice Sarcedo DB Ron Scoggins Jr. OL Michael Thomas Jr. WR Jeremiah Valoaga DL Anthony Williams WR Jonavaughn Williams ATH

HGT WGT

CL-EX

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL(S)

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

JR-2L SO-1L SR-1L SR-2L FR-RS JR-TR JR-RS FR-RS FR-HS JR-2L SO-1L JR-2L FR-HS FR-RS FR-HS SO-SQ FR-HS FR-HS FR-RS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS SO-1L FR-HS FR-HS JR-TR FR-HS FR-HS SO-SQ FR-HS FR-RS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS

Wildomar, CA San Diego, CA Las Vegas, NV Las Vegas, NV Phoenix, AZ DeSoto, TX Belle Glade, FL Pago Pago, A. Samoa Wasilla, AK Las Vegas, NV Honolulu, HI North Las Vegas, NV Barstow, CA Claremont, CA Santa Maria, CA North Las Vegas, NV Kingwood, TX Mission, B.C. Los Angeles, CA Portland, OR Dallas, TX Glendale, AZ Stockton, CA Las Vegas, NV Garden Grove, CA Fresno, CA Las Vegas, NV Las Vegas, NV Blaine, WA Santa Rosa, CA Henderson, NV Honolulu, HI Las Vegas, NV Elk Grove, CA Oxnard, CA Brentwood, CA Ventra, CA

Elsinore HS Point Loma HS Silverado HS Bishop Gorman HS/College of the Desert Greenway HS Trinity Christian Academy/Trinity Valley CC Palm Beach Central HS/C. of the Sequoias Samoana HS Wasilla HS Del Sol HS Calvary Chapel (NV) HS Rancho HS Barstow HS Claremont HS Ernest Righetti HS Cheyenne HS Kingwood Park HS Mission Secondary School Rancho Verde HS David Douglas HS Skyline HS Centennial HS Lincoln HS Canyon Springs HS Pacifica HS Central HS Legacy HS/Colorado School of the Mines Bishop Gorman HS Blaine HS Piner HS Basic HS Kaimuki HS Bishop Gorman HS Consumnes Oaks HS Channel Island HS De LaSalle HS Ventra HS

235 250 235 175 240 240 245 235 245 270 300 290 330 215 230 150 225 275 175 225 195 185 320 165 200 200 225 210 230 175 270 180 325 175 225 190 200

REBEL PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Trent Allmang-Wilder (47) Alvin Amilcar (91) Troy Aoki (42) Travone Davis Tyler Gaston (99) Tajh Hasson (29) Tim Hasson (43) Caleb Herring (8) Alex Klorman (95) Nolan Kohorst (27) Matt Lea John Lotulelei (55) Tani Maka (41) Alex Novosel (74) Prince Oroke Marc Philippi Yusef Rodgers (77) Justice Sarcedo J’Ondray Sanders

ALL-mang ah-MEEL-car a-OH-key TRAY-von GAS-tin TAHHJ HAH-sin HAH-sin K-lib HAIR-ing KLOR-min CO-horst LEE low-2-LAY-LAY TAHN-e MOCK-ah NO-vah-sell oh-ROW-kay FILL-ah-pee YOU-seff sar-C-doh j-ON-dray

Sonny Sanitoa (93) Ken Spigner (2) Desmond Tautofi (98) John Therrell (45) Imari Thompson (30) Marquis Thompson (82) Eric Tuiloma-Va’a (13) Reggie Umuolo (49) Jeremiah Valoaga William Vea (37) Peni Vea (42) Jonavaughn Williams Doug Zismann (64)

SUN-e-TOW-ah SPIG-ner tahw-TOE-fee thah-RELL ah-MAR-ee mar-KEESE 2-we-LOW-ma VAH-ah ew-MO-low VOL-o-UN-gah VAY-ah VAY-ah JOHN-ah-VAUGN ZIS-min

Coach Cedric Cormier Coach Dominic Daste Coach Chad Germer Coach Mike Gerber Coach Bobby Hauck Coach Rob Phenicie

cor-MEER DAS-tee JUR-mur GUR-burr HOWK FEN-ah-see


2012 UNLV ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO

59 47 91 25 16 89 10 69 48 20 75 65

56 35 5 81 11

99 94 49 29 43 8 23 68 90 38 40 78 9 83 44 95 27 76 39 55 41 87 74 73

NAME

POS

Connor Afoa LB Trent Allmang-Wilder DL Bobby Alvarez OL Alvin Amilcar DL Darius Andres FB Brandon Baker DB Dominic Baldwin DL Taylor Barnhill LB Tyler Bergsten TE James Boyd QB Brett Boyko OL Beau Brence DE Kenny Brown CB Jordan Butler WR Allen Carroll OL Patrick Carroll OL Justin Chandler TE Tom Clarkson OL Perry Cooper LB Tim Cornett RB Dre Crawford DB Devante Davis WR Kurt Davis WR Travone Davis DB Marcell Frazier DL Tyler Gaston DL David Green DL David Greene DB Nick Gstrein TE Tajh Hasson DB Tim Hasson LB Troy Hawthorne QB Caleb Herring QB Sidney Hodge DB Nate Holloway DL Parker Holloway DL Mike Horsey DB Charles Howard DL Princeton Jackson LB Jonathon James WR Cameron Jefferson OL Eric Johnson WR Max Johnson TE/H Kenny Keys DB Alex Klorman DL Nolan Kohorst PK Jason Koontz OL Trent Langham LB Chase Lansford P/PK Matt Lea DB John Lotulelei LB Tani Maka LB Trey Mays WR Alex Novosel OL Andrew Oberg OL

HGT WGT

CL-EX

HOMETOWN

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

FR-HS SR-1L FR-HS JR-RS FR-RS FR-RS FR-HS SO-1L FR-RS JR-TR SO-1L SR-3L SR-2L SO-SQ SR-TR FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS SO-1L JR-2L SR-TR SO-1L JR-2L FR-RS FR-HS JR-2L FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS SO-1L JR-2L FR-HS JR-2L JR-2L JR-2L JR-TR SO-1L FR-HS SR-1L SO-1L SO-1L SR-TR JR-2L FR-HS JR-2L JR-2L JR-2L FR-HS SR-1L FR-HS SR-1L JR-2L SR-2L FR-RS FR-RS

Henderson, NV Foothill HS Palm Springs, CA Palm Springs HS/College of the Desert Barstow, CA Barstow HS Belle Glade, FL Palm Beach Central HS/C. of the Sequoias Claremont, CA Claremont HS Lancaster, TX Lancaster HS Santa Maria, CA Ernest Righetti HS Rhome, TX Justin NW HS Phoenix, AZ Greenway HS Los Angeles, CA Jordan HS/USC/West Los Angeles Saskatoon, Sask. St. Joseph HS Plano, TX Plano Senior HS Paraclete HS/College of the Canyons Palmdale, CA North Las Vegas, NV Cheyenne HS Oakland, CA McClymonds HS/Washington/C. of the Sequoias La Canada, CA St. Francis HS Kingwood, TX Kingwood Park HS Mission, B.C. Mission Secondary School The Woodlands, TX The Woodlands HS Galena Park, TX North Shore HS Miami, FL South Miami HS/Arizona Western Galena Park, TX North Shore HS Bellflower, CA Centennial HS Los Angeles, CA Rancho Verde HS Portland, OR David Douglas HS North Las Vegas, NV Rancho HS Wasilla, AK Wasilla HS Dallas, TX Skyline HS Irvine, CA Woodbridge HS Los Angeles, CA Cathedral HS Las Vegas, NV Cimarron-Memorial HS Glendale, AZ Centennial HS Moreno Valley, CA Citrus Hill HS Las Vegas, NV Palo Verde HS North Las Vegas, NV Spring Valley HS DeSoto, TX Trinity Christian Academy/Trinity Valley CC Baltimore, MD Dunbar HS Stockton, CA Lincoln HS Houston, TX Cypress HS/Blinn College Las Vegas, NV Canyon Springs HS Las Vegas, NV Desert Oasis HS Green Cove Springs, FL Fleming Island HS/Coll. of the Sequoias Wildomar, CA Elsinore HS San Diego, CA Helix HS Las Vegas, NV Del Sol HS Henderson, NV Green Valley HS Corona, CA Santiago HS Garden Grove, CA Pacifica HS Yorba Linda, CA El Dorado HS/Santa Ana College Fresno, CA Central HS Kihei, HI Baldwin HS/Merced College Long Beach, CA Jordan HS Las Vegas, NV Bishop Gorman HS/College of the Desert Littleton, CO Chatfield Senior HS Islip, NY Islip HS

245 290 330 245 215 180 230 240 240 255 310 255 175 150 320 275 225 275 230 205 185 200 220 175 225 290 245 195 275 190 215 185 200 175 360 240 180 320 210 165 300 170 235 185 270 175 315 200 195 200 235 240 175 270 280

HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL(S)


2012 UNLV ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO

67 17 46 28 86 14 77 58 93

15 85 21 2 18 98 45 30 82 13 52 42 37 79 61

24 64

NAME

POS

Prince Oroke LB Brad Overand OL Kenneth Penny DB Marc Philippi DB Jake Phillips TE Andrew Price TE Bradley Randle RB Aaron Reed TE/H Sean Reilly QB Yusef Rodgers OL Kameron Rose PK Brian Roth OL J’Ondray Sanders OL Sonny Sanitoa DL Justice Sarcedo DB Ron Scoggins Jr. OL Nick Sherry QB Jordan Sparkman DL Taylor Spencer WR Ken Spigner DB Marcus Sullivan WR Desmond Tautofi DL John Therrell DB Michael Thomas Jr. WR Imari Thompson RB Marquis Thompson WR Eric Tuiloma-Va’a LB Reggie Umuolo LB Jeremiah Valoaga DL Peni Vea DB William Vea FB Robert Waterman OL Nick White OL Anthony Williams WR Jonavaughn Williams ATH Fred Wilson DB Doug Zismann OL

HGT WGT

CL-EX

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL/PREVIOUS SCHOOL(S)

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

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2012 SEASON OUTLOOK YOUTHFUL REBELS LOOKING TO AGE WELL

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obby Hauck is tired of talking about how young his Rebel football team will be this season. You certainly can’t blame the third-year head coach for lacking enthusiasm for rehashing the sorely needed roster-building that is still in full swing at the Lied Athletic Complex. However, these stark numbers will dominate the headlines in 2012 preparations: UNLV Has Just Two Senior Returning Starters and a Total of 11 Scholarship Seniors. Want more? Only six of the 44 spots on the team’s post-spring twodeep are filled by seniors who have played at least one down for the Rebels and reaching the 85-scholarship limit for the first time since the John Robinson era is still another year away for the progam. Still, such realities are the only things the coach is lacking enthusiasm about regarding Rebel football. “We are a better-looking team in our uniforms but the depth chart shows the youth, thus we’ve got to keep developing our underclassmen and leadership within the group,” say Hauck. “It’s obvious that our offseason and strength program are beginning to pay off. Instead of spending entire practices coaching effort and intensity, we are now able to spend more time on technique and scheme.” Make no mistake, with this staff’s first two recruiting classes now taking center stage, the pieces of the pigskin puzzle are indeed falling into place for a program that has not posted a winning record in a dozen years. “This is a process and we’re right where we need to be in this stage of our program’s development in terms of building a consistent, winning football team that does things right during Saturdays in the fall and every other day during the year,” says Hauck. “Yes, we’re still young, but when people see how we play and the improvements we’re making, they’ll be excited about the future of our program. I think this team will be fun to watch. Rebel fans will be proud of the way their team competes.”

of our quarterbacks,” says Hauck. “I think everybody in our quarterback meeting room, our locker room and our staff room understands that we need to have solid play from that position to progress. We ran the ball very successfully a year ago. In order to continue to develop our offense, we need to repeat that as a strength of our team this year. If we can couple that with completing some throws down field, we will be able to increase our production on offense. “We have a good nucleus of young talent on that side of the football, the vast majority of which will be here for several years. All of the people we’re counting on are good young prospects. We have just a few fourthor fifth-year players. The variable continues to be time.”

THE OFFENSE HAUCK

HERRING A new play-caller is in place for the Rebels in 2012 as tight ends coach Brent Myers was elevated by Hauck to offensive coordinator during the offseason after having been an OC during previous stops at Boise State and NAU. With an impressive rushing attack coming back, it’s not hard to identify the key to improvement in moving the ball. The Rebels will need to throw the ball more effectively. “Our success hinges around the progression

QUARTERBACKS

All four of last year’s quarterbacks are back in 2012, though one – prized recruit Nick Sherry (6-5, 240, FR-RS) – redshirted, and another – Taylor Barnhill – headed over to defense to play linebacker during the spring after making two starts under center a year ago. Veteran Caleb Herring (6-3, 200, JR-2L), who added about 10 pounds to his frame in the off-season, has 18 career appearances under his belt but only two victories from eight starts to his credit. He paced the squad with 1,004 yards passing, which was the lowest total to lead the team since 1998. He tossed eight touchdowns to go with six interceptions while completing 55-percent of his passes. Former junior college transfer Sean Reilly (6-4, 210, SR-1L) appeared in seven games, starting two, while throwing for 186 yards, three picks and one score. The only new face in the group this spring was former USC signee James Boyd (6-5, 255, JR-TR), who is trying his hand at quarterback after transferring in from West Los Angeles College. Hauck listed the position alphabetically on the depth chart and the decision on a starter figures to push well into fall camp.


2012 SEASON OUTLOOK HAUCK SAYS: “We have a good quarterback competition going on. What our team needs is for someone to emerge from that pack and take control of the offense. We have to be assured as a football team that the guy playing quarterback can make plays in game situations. Nick Sherry looks the part. He’s got a big arm. He’s accurate down the field, which is exciting. However, his grasp of the entire offense is something that needs to be refined. Sean and Caleb, with more experience, have the upper hand coming out of spring ball.”

RUNNING BACKS

Six-game starter Tim Cornett (6-0, 205, JR-2L) is the clear leader at tailback after running for 671 yards and seven TDs. The tough, speedy Texan had two long touchdowns as a sophomore, one on an 80-yard rush vs. Hawai’i and another on a 95-yard kickoff return at Washington State. Now he’s primed to become the first player to lead the team in rushing for three consecutive seasons since Michael Morton in 1979-81. Fellow junior Bradley Randle (5-7, 190, JR-2L) started two games and looks to continue providing his powerful burst as he ran for a careerhigh 489 yards and two scores last fall. He led the team in rushing in three games, including rolling up 96 yards on just 10 carries vs. Boise State. Veteran Imari Thompson (5-9, 215, SR-2L) has only five career carries but figures to take a bigger role as long as he remains healthy. Also, former junior college speedster Eric Johnson (5-7, 190, SR-TR) showed this spring that he can play in both the slot and backfield. This position looked to be the deepest on the team with everyone back in 2012 before the unexpected spring departure from the program by sophomore-to-be Dionza Bradford, who rushed for 615 yards and three TDs as a rookie.

WIDE RECEIVERS

No area of the team is younger at the top than this one as the twodeep lists three sophomores and a redshirt freshman at the two receiver spots. In fact, you’d have to go nine names deep in last year’s catch statistics to find someone coming back to line up as a WR in 2012. That doesn’t mean, however, that the staff isn’t high on the position. Marcus Sullivan (5-9, 195, SO-1L) redshirted a year ago but can be a main cog in the passing game with the speed he showed off in 2010. Devante Davis (6-3, 200, SO-1L) had four receptions for 42 yards as a rookie and offers great size. Redshirt returnee Marquis Thompson (510, 175, FR-RS) is ready to display his speed after flashing it on the scout team a year ago while local product Taylor Spencer (6-1, 210, SO-1L) will have an opportunity to make in impact in his third year. Kurt Davis (6-5, 220, JR-2L), Trey Mays (5-10, 175, SR-2L) and the aforementioned Eric Johnson are also in the mix.

HAUCK SAYS: “Our leading rusher the past two seasons, Tim Cornett, is back for his junior year and sits atop the depth chart. Plus, we have numerous players who can fill in at that position. Bradley Randle is a tough capable guy. Imari Thompson brings us some size and there is a chance that Eric Johnson can add some spark there.” SULLIVAN

HAUCK SAYS: “It looks like we will have some speed and athleticism at wideout this year. It will be nice to have some players that are good with the football, can stretch the field and can turn short throws into big gains. One thing I’ve enjoyed seeing from this group is that they are fearless going inside to get the ball between the hashes and they are avid participants in the run game. Even though this group lacks experience, it could be a strength for our offense.”

TIGHT ENDS/FULLBACKS

A year ago Rebel tight ends caught a total of 25 passes and one score. Expect those numbers to change after a changing of the guard. With last year’s tight ends now graduated, a trio of Hauck recruits suited up at the spot during spring practice and showed onlookers why the position looks to have a bigger role moving forward. Redshirt Jake Phillips (6-6, 245, FR-RS) is listed first on the depth and is followed closely by grayshirt Nick Gstrein (6-4, 275, FR-HS) and another redshirt, Tyler Bergsten (6-4, 240, FR-RS), who may see time at fullback. Converted linebacker William Vea (6-0, 230, SO-1L) is the leader at FB while a pair of walk-ons, Darius Andres (5-10, 215, FR-RS) and Max Johnson (6-1, 235, JR-2L) will add depth. CORNETT

HAUCK SAYS: “All of our tight ends are freshmen but all three of them showed great progress in the spring. At fullback, we’ve got three guys that give us some depth at a position that we want to utilize in our offense.”


2012 SEASON OUTLOOK OFFENSIVE LINEMEN

The old men of the team reside here as the front five all return and even boast a couple of those elusive seniors. A year after blocking the way for an emerging running attack that produced six 100-yard individual efforts and the best pergame average (164.1) since 2004, this unit could also end up being home to multiple honors candidates. Big Canadian Brett Boyko (6-7, 310, SO1L) started all 12 games at left tackle and earned BOYKO second team Freshman All-America honors while right tackle Yusef Rodgers (6-2, 260, SR-3L) is relatively fleet of foot over on the right side. Returnee Brad Overand (6-6, 280, JR-1L) and redshirt rookie Andrew Oberg (6-7, 280, FR-RS) are the next wave of tackles. Wily veteran Doug Zismann (6-3, 300, SR-3L) is penciled in at right guard while Cameron Jefferson (6-6, 300, SO-1L) emerged as the starter on the left. Redshirt Nick White (6-5, 305, FR-RS) and former JC transfer Allen Carroll (6-4, 320, SR-TR) will push for time in the rotation. Robert Waterman (6-2, 275, SO-1L) took over the center spot and went on to start every game in the middle, not allowing a sack in Mountain West play to cap his impressive freshman campaign. Brian Roth (6-5, 300, SO-1L) is listed at No. 2 in the middle. HAUCK SAYS: “The O-line is the most veteran group on the field for us at any position because we have two senior starters. We expect them to lead the team. Certainly having the three guys who started as freshmen last year being sophomores, gives us experience, which is relative term around here. I like this group and I think that we’ll be able to run the football and thus be a factor in games.”

THE DEFENSE The defensive side will also see some changes on the sidelines as third-year DB coach J.D. Williams was elevated to coordinator while the staff’s only new face, Tim Hundley, came over from UCLA to oversee the Rebel inside linebackers. The maneuvering is part of an on-going process to put a defensive group together that will help keep the team in games every time the Rebels take the field. “What we said from day one here was that we have to develop a defensive mindset in our program,” says Hauck. “We have to be aggressive. We have to tackle well and we have to continue to recruit defensive players. The good news is that we are finally starting to balance out our depth chart in the various positions. Our defense must be physical and play with attitude.”

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN

Lots still to be decided here but it seems like there will be a bigger pool of talent this fall. The four defensive ends emerging through spring were Desmond Tautofi (6-3, 300, SO-1L; 11 TT, 2 TFL), converted tight end Jordan Sparkman (6-6, 250, SO-1L; 5 TT), redshirt Samoan Sonny Sanitoa (6-3, 235, FR-RS) and midyear JC signee Parker Holloway (6-4, 240, JR-TR) out of Texas. The middle features some familiar faces as Alex Klorman (62, 270, JR-2L; 21 TT, 1 SCK), Nate Holloway (6-3, 360, JR-2L; 13 TT, 3.5 TFL) and Tyler Gaston (6-3, 290, JR2L; 21 TT; 2 SCK) are joined by senior Trent Allmang-Wilder (6-6, 290, SR-1L; 19 TT, 1.5 TFL). HAUCK SAYS: “Trying to predict how our defensive line will play is N.PAULO HOLLOWAY a big projection. They need to come through and I think they could be a strength. However, there is a lot of work to be done between now and August 30 for them to be ready to match up with a Big Ten football team.”

LINEBACKERS

WATERMAN

The squad’s leading returning tackler could also be its most talented in 2012 as former JC transfer John Lotulelei (6-0, 235, SR-1L) looks for a big senior season after taking over a starting spot late in the year and finishing with 60 total tackles and 3 TFL. He’s listed No. 1 on the weakside while veteran Tani Maka (6-1, 240, JR-2L; 54 TT), who tied for the team lead with two interceptions, is the leader at the middle position. The strongside features a battle between Las Vegas native Tim Hasson (6-2, 215, JR-2L; 46 TT, 1 TFL), who took over as a starter halfway


2012 SEASON OUTLOOK through his sophomore season, and high-energy defender Princeton Jackson (6-0, 210, SR-1L; 39 TT, 2 SCK), who is a former first team JC All-American out of Blinn College. Las Vegan Eric Tuiloma-Va’a (6-0, 200, JR-2L) and converted QB Taylor Barnhill (6-4, 240, SO-1L) round out the spring two-deep.

UNLV was a force in the kickoff return game, ranking 24th in the nation in average and taking two back for touchdowns. Punt returns, however, were a different story as the team averaged under five yards an attempt. There are plenty of candidates to handle both areas but any decisions will have to wait for fall camp.

HAUCK SAYS: “Like our offensive line, the linebackers are a veteran group with a senior and two juniors challenging to be starters. We need this group to be highly productive and lead the way for our defense.”

HAUCK SAYS: “We get both our kicker and punter back. They both desire to be the guy who plays both positions so there is a good competition going there. Kickoff return has been a strength for us. Punt return has not been good enough but we should now have the ability to get the ball in the hands of some good ball-carriers who can take care of the ball, be fearless and make some big plays.”

DEFENSIVE BACKS

There is just one returning starter in the Rebel secondary this season as the cornerbacks are led by potential honors candidate Sidney Hodge (5-8, 175, JR-2L; 53 TT, 8 PBU) out of Las Vegas, who tied for fourth in the nation a year ago with four fumble recoveries. Kenneth Penny (5-11, 170, SO-1L; 9 TT) is listed atop the other CB spot while Ken Spigner (5-10, 185, JR-1L; 13 TT, 1 TFL) and nicesized redshirt Fred Wilson (6-0, 175, FR-RS) will vie for time. Strong safety feaHODGE tures Tajh Hasson (61, 190, SO-1L; 17 TT, 1 FR) and Kenny Brown (5-10, 175, SR-2L; 11 TT). Promising redshirt Peni Vea (6-1, 195, FR-RS) is the leader at free safety while former Minnesota signee Dre Crawford (6-0, 185, SR-TR) will have just one season to make his mark as a Rebel. HAUCK SAYS: “The secondary is a real unknown. The only player with substantial playing experience is Sidney Hodge at cornerback. We need to lean on him to shut down his side of the field. Beyond him it looks like it will be up to some younger players to carry the load in the defensive backfield.”

THE SPECIAL TEAMS The team will enjoy the return of both its starting place-kicker and punter. Las Vegan Nolan Kohorst (6-0, 175, JR-2L) came on strong late to finish 9-of-14 in his field-goal attempts while nailing all 24 of his extrapoint attempts en route to leading the team in scoring with 51 points. Former JC transfer Chase Lansford (6-2, 195, SR-1L) provided a big upgrade at the punter position, finishing ranked 48th nationally with an average of 41.2 yards per attempt. The son of former NFL kicker Mike Lansford also split time with Kohorst kicking off for the Rebels.

THE SCHEDULE UNLV’s 13-game schedule, which will be played without a bye week, will see the Rebels open with four straight home dates for the first time since 1973 when they were a Division II school. The 45th season of football at the school kicks off Thursday Aug. 30 with the first appearance in Las Vegas by Minnesota. The Golden Gophers will be only the third Big Ten Conference team to ever play in Las Vegas, following a 2001 visit from Northwestern and five trips to Sam Boyd Stadium by Wisconsin, the last of which came in 2010. On Sept. 8, UNLV hosts Big Sky Conference member Northern Arizona for the first time since 1992. Overall, the two programs, which are located just 250 miles apart, have met seven times with the Rebels holding a 5-2 lead in the series. All but the most recent game took place during the 1970s. After the Lumberjacks play here, Pac-12 Conference member Washington State returns last year’s game by making its second-ever Las Vegas appearance and first since 1991 on Sept. 15. The Rebels open Mountain West play the following Saturday by hosting Air Force on Sept. 22. The next week will mark a stretch of four away games in five weeks for the team, starting with a trip to Utah State on Sept. 29 for the first meeting with the Aggies since 2008. A week later, UNLV begins a home-and-home series vs. defending WAC champion Louisiana Tech in Ruston on Oct. 6. The Rebels and Bulldogs have met only twice before when UNLV swept a two-game series in 1993-94. The 38th edition of the Battle for the Fremont Cannon will be waged when the Rebels host Nevada, Reno on Oct. 13. With the Wolf Pack joining the Mountain West in 2012, it will mark only the fifth time the two state rivals will meet as part of league play and first time since 1995 when both were members of the Big West Conference. An Oct. 20 game at Boise State will be UNLV’s first trip to play the Broncos since 1977. That will be followed by a game at San Diego State on Oct. 27 that will see the Rebels play the Aztecs before the month of November for the first time since 2005. UNLV returns home to host New Mexico on Nov. 3, plays at Colorado State on Nov. 10 and closes out its home schedule with a visit from Wyoming on Nov. 17. The regular season closes on Nov. 24 with a trip to play another first-year Mountain West member, Hawai’i. HAUCK SAYS: “I like the early games we have scheduled at home but it does lead to playing on the road four out of five weeks. The middle of our schedule features a tough stretch against six straight opponents that played in bowl games last year but we’re determined to work hard at making this a season our team and fans can enjoy and be proud of.”


HEAD COACH BOBBY HAUCK Bobby Hauck, who was the winningest coach in Division I FCS, was hired as the 10th head coach in Rebel football history on Dec. 23, 2009. Hauck (pronounced HOWK) immediately got to work rebuilding the UNLV program and guided his new school through the toughest schedule in its history in 2010, including taking on five conference champions and three opponents that finished ranked in the top 11 of the final AP poll. His first Rebel team emerged from that gauntlet with a 2-11 overall record but tied for sixth place in the Mountain West. Last fall’s squad also finished sixth after a 2-10 campaign. Hauck had spent the previous seven seasons as the record-setting head coach of the University of Montana where he compiled an overall record of 80-17, including leading the Grizzlies to three national championship games in the NCAA’s Football Championship Subdivision (formerly I-AA). The winningest coach in Big Sky Conference history, Hauck earned at least a share of the league’s title all seven years at Montana en route to compiling a record of 47-6. The more-recent numbers were even more impressive as his records in his last four seasons were 51-6 overall and 31-1 in conference play. Hauck, 47, was named Big Sky Coach of the Year in 2006, 2007 and 2009 and AFCA Regional FCS Coach of the Year in 2006 and 2009. He became the youngest head coach in modern Montana history when he was named to the post in 2002, and record-setting success soon followed as he compiled four more conference championships than anyone else in Grizzly history. His final UM team in 2009 team finished 14-1 and reached the FCS Championship game for the second consecutive season. “It’s my belief that Bobby Hauck is one of the great young coaches in America today,” UNLV Athletics Director Jim Livengood said. “His ability to direct a program, his history of success in recruiting and his love for the game of football clearly project him as having an exciting future here at UNLV.” A veteran of eight bowl games, Hauck also brought tremendous experience from stints coaching in both the Pacific-10 and Big 12 conferences. Previous to taking over his alma mater, he spent four years at the University of Washington (1999-2002) where he coached defensive backs and special teams and was considered one of the top recruiters in college football. Before that he was at the University of Colorado for four seasons (1995-98) where he was the special teams and recruiting coordinator while also coaching the safeties. Before joining the Buffaloes, Hauck coached the outside linebackers and handled recruiting duties for Northern Arizona University (1993-94). He served as a graduate assistant at UCLA in 1990-91 and in 1992 served as the Bruins’ on-campus recruiting coordinator. Hauck began his collegiate coaching career as a volunteer assistant for Montana in 1988-89, working with the secondary and then the inside linebackers. A native of the Treasure State, Hauk was a three-sport star at Sweet Grass High School in Big Timber, Mont., and went on to twice letter in track and field at the University of Montana. His first coaching position was in 1987 as an assistant at his prep alma mater before joining the collegiate ranks. Hauck, born on June 14, 1964, earned his bachelor’s degree from Montana in 1987 and master’s from UCLA in 1991. He and his wife, Stacey, have four children: daughters Sydney, Alexandra and Elise and son Robby. His father, Robert Hauck Sr., coached high school football in the state of Montana for three decades and his brother, Tim Hauck, played 13 seasons as a defensive back in the NFL and is currently coaching for the Cleveland Browns.

EDUCATION

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2010-PR 2003-09 2002 1999-2001 1998 1995-97 1993-94 1992 1990-91 1989 1988-89 1987

UNLV – Head Coach, Special Teams Coordinator Montana – Head Coach, Special Teams Coordinator Washington – Defensive Backs Washington – Safeties, Special Teams Coordinator Colorado – Safeties, Special Teams, Recruiting Coordinator Colorado – Outside Linebackers, Special Teams Coordinator Northern Arizona – OLB, Special Teams, Recruiting Coordinator UCLA – Assistant Recruiting Coordinator UCLA – Graduate Assistant Montana – Defensive Line Montana – Secondary Sweet Grass High School (Big Timber, MT) – Assistant Coach

HAUCK YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD TEAM Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana Montana 7 YEARS UNLV UNLV 2 YEARS 9 YEARS

OVERALL 9-4 12-3 8-4 12-2 11-1 14-2 14-1 80-17 (.825) 2-11 2-10 4-21 (.191) 84-38 (.689)

CONF. FINISH 5-2* 1st 6-1* 1st 5-2* 1st 8-0* 1st 8-0* 1st 7-1* 1st 8-0* 1st 47-6 (.887) 2-6 T6th 1-6 T6th 3-12 (.250) 50-18 (.735)

POSTSEASON First Round Championship Game First Round Semifinals First Round Championship Game Championship Game

7 Appearances

UCLA, 1991 Master’s degree in education administration

PERSONAL DATA Hometown: Wife: Children:

Big Timber, MT Stacey Daughters Sydney, Alexandra and Elise; Son Robby

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YEAR 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 MONTANA 2010 2011 UNLV CAREER

Montana, 1988 Bachelor’s degrees in business and health/ physical education

BOWL GAMES 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1996 1995 1991

Sun Bowl Holiday Bowl Rose Bowl Holiday Bowl Aloha Bowl Holiday Bowl Cotton Bowl Sun Bowl


REBEL NOTES & NUMBERS canadian import=all-american

Big Brett Boyko, a Canadian import who never even played his position before he signed with the UNLV football team, was named a Second Team Freshman All-American offensive lineman by Phil Steele’s in 2011. He also earned Honorable Mention Freshman All-America from College Football News and Honorable Mention All-Mountain West from the conference. Boyko (6-7, 310) redshirted the 2010 season a year after finishing a high school career in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, that saw him play quarterback and defensive line for St. Joseph High School. Last fall, he saw his first collegiate action by starting at the key left tackle spot on the road vs.10th-ranked Wisconsin. Boyko, who was one of three freshman offensive linemen to start for UNLV in 2011, ended up starting all 12 games and helped the offense rush for 164.1 yards a game, which was the best mark for the program since 2004. Rebel running backs turned in a total of six 100-yard rushing efforts and two backs finished with more than 600 yards each. SCHOOL 1. Wyoming 2. Air Force 3. Colorado 4. Colorado State 5. New Mexico 6. BYU 7. Utah State 8. Nevada, Reno

LOCATION Laramie, WY Colorado Springs Boulder, CO Fort Collins, CO Albuquerque, NM Provo, UT Logan, UT Reno, NV

REBELATIONS...

ELEV. 7,220 6,010 5,328 5,003 4,957 4,550 4,534 4,505

UNLV ON TO THE 2013 UP AND UP 2013 Eight FBS programs are located in cities with an elevation of at least 2012 4,500 feet above sea level and 2013 the Rebels regularly play at five of them, including two next season. 2012 Las Vegas is just over 2,000 feet 2013 above sea level.

TIMMY TOUCHDOWN After just 24 games played, running back Tim Cornett already has 16 career touchdowns (13 rushing, 2 receiving and 1 kickoff return) and is the first Rebel to have scored on the ground, through the air and on a return during his career since future NFL receiver Henry Bailey, who played from 1991-94 and finished with 29 total scores (not including four that came in a bowl game) coming four different ways: 24 receiving, 3 rushing, 1 KOR and 1 PR. The tough Texan, who will be a junior in 2012, is just six scores away from breaking into UNLV’s top five all-time. Cornett’s 80-yard touchdown run last year vs. Hawai’i marked the longest rush by a UNLV player since Darin Brightmon went 89 yards vs. New Mexico State in 1989. It tied for the eighth-longest rush in school history and came just one week after he went 95 yards on a kickoff return for a TD at Washington State. As a sophomore, Cornett was among 50 football student-athletes that comprised the Watch List for the Paul Hornung Award, which is given annually to the most versatile player in college football.

With UNLV’s season-opening game vs. Minnesota moving to a Thursday (Aug. 30), the Rebels will play their 13th Thursday game in history. The program boasts an 8-4 record on Thursdays (including one bowl game) and an impressive overall non-Saturday record of 14-7-1. The Golden Gophers will be only the third Big Ten Conference team to ever play in Las Vegas, following a 2001 visit from Northwestern and five trips to Sam Boyd Stadium by Wisconsin, the last of which came in 2010. The only other time the Rebels opened their season on a Thursday in Las Vegas was Sept. 2, 1982, vs. BYU. Rebel Football will be well represented at the UNLV Athletics Hall of Fame ceremonies on Oct. 12. Being inducted the night before the Battle for the Fremon Cannon vs. UNR is the famed 1984 squad that went undefeated in conference play and won the California Bowl over Toledo and featured players such as QB/P Randall Cunningham and RB Ickey Woods and was coached by Harvery Hyde. Also going in is arguably the top cornerback in school history, Kevin Thomas. Best remembered for his part in the most famous play in school history when he returned a fumble 100 yards for a game-winning touchdown with no time on the clock at Baylor in 1999, KT started all 46 games during an All-America career that included setting the school and conference record for interceptions in a season with seven in 2001. He went on to play four seasons with the NFL’s Buffalo Bills. Even with its primary returner -- Marcus Sullivan -- redshirting instead of running down field last season, the UNLV kickoff return game shot up the charts in 2011, finishing 24th in the nation with a team average of 23.7 yards per attempt. Senior Deante’ Purvis had the third-best return average in the MW at 24.4 yards per attempt and became both UNLV’s and the league’s all-time leader in both returns and return yardage. UNLV took two KORs back for TDs in 2011: Purvis had a 98-yarder vs. CSU and RB Tim Cornett took one back 95 yards at Washington State. Another young RB, Bradley Randle, ranked 10th in the MW with an average of 20.3. In 2010, Sullivan finished second in the league and ranked 17th in the nation at 27.9, posting at least one return over 36 yards in six of the last eight games while shattering the UNLV record for kickoff return yards in a game with 224 vs. San Diego State. Nearly 30 percent of UNLV’s 2011 opening-day roster (29 of 100 players) were products of Nevada high schools, which was the most for the program since moving up to NCAA Division I in 1978. Only the 1970 (37) and 1976 (31) teams ever had more Silver Staters on the roster. UNLV started three different quarterbacks last season for the first time since 1998 (Kevin Crook, Chris Hayward and Chad Reed). When Caleb Herring took the opening snap at Wisconsin on Sept. 1, he not only made his first collegiate start, but he also became the seventh different opening-day starter for the Rebels in the last eight years. Herring started the first five games before Sean Reilly, who signed out of Saddleback College at midyear, started two straight. Herring returned to start the Boise State game but was knocked out late against the Broncos. That led to redshirt freshman Taylor Barnhill making his first career start at New Mexico. Herring started games 10 and 11 before Barnhill went the entire way in the season finale at TCU. The third year of the Hauck era brings only one new face to the coaching staff as veteran mentor Tim Hundley took over as inside linebackers coach just before spring practice opened. He replaced Robin Ross, who left for a similar position at Wyoming. The team will also have new coordinators on both sides of the ball as during the off-season, tight ends coach Brent Myers was elevated to Offensive Coordinator and seconday coach J.D. Williams was elevated to Defensive Coordinator.


ASSISTANT COACHES CEDRIC CORMIER

3rd Year Wide Receivers Cedric Cormier (pronounced corMEER) came from Miami (Ohio) University to take over the Rebel receiving corps. He spent the 2009 season coaching the RedHawk wide receivers after working the previous two seasons in the same capacity at Montana. In Missoula he coached future NFL wideout Marc Mariani, who in 2008 was a second team All-American with 1,308 receiving yards, 15 touchdowns and a school-record 2,265 all-purpose yards. Prior to Montana, Cormier was an assistant coach at Baytown (Texas) High School for two seasons after starting his coaching career at Channelview (Texas) High School in 2004. The Houston native was a four-year letterman at receiver Colorado from 1998-2001.

DOMINIC DASTE

3rd Year Running Backs Former Pac-10 player and coach Dominic Daste (pronounced DAS-tee) oversees UNLV’s running backs after seven seasons as an assistant at Montana. He coached the Grizzlies’ tight ends during his last four years at UM and also spent 2009 as running game coordinator for its high-powered offense. He began his tenure coaching the offensive line. Daste went to Missoula after two seasons as graduate assistant coach at his alma mater, the University of Washington, after lettering four years for the Huskies at guard.

MIKE GERBER

3rd Year Strength & Conditioning Mike Gerber (pronounced GRR-burr) is in his third year at UNLV as strength and conditioning coach for the football program. Gerber came to the desert after finishing his fourth season as the University of Montana’s strength coach in charge of football. He joined the Grizzlies after being in private business in New York as owner of Mike Gerber Sport-Strength and co-owner and president of Strength in Motion. He served as the head strength and conditioning coach at Syracuse University from 1995-2000 and also made stops at the University of Maryland, Yale University and Middlebury College.

CHAD GERMER

3rd Year Offensive Line Chad Germer (pronounced JUR-mur) was hired as offensive line coach after serving in that same capacity at Montana. In the previous two years, his lines opened holes for standout running back Chase Reynolds as the 2009 second team All-American rushed for a combined 44 touchdowns and 3,085 yards in 2008-09. In 2009, the Grizzlies ranked 18th in the FCS in fewest QB sacks allowed. Germer is also a veteran of the MWC after coaching the line at Wyoming from 2003-08. A 1991 All-American center at Montana, he began his coaching career at his alma mater in 1998 and went on to coach four All-Americans during his first stint at UM.

MICHAEL GRAY

3rd Year Defensive Line Michael Gray, who coaches the defensive line at UNLV, boasts an extensive resume. A veteran of the Pac-10 and SEC, Gray spent four seasons coaching the defensive line at his alma mater, the University of Oregon, from 2005-08. He returned to the Ducks after coaching two years at the University of Kentucky (2003-04). That was preceded by a six-year stint at Oregon State (19972002) during which the Beavers played in three bowl games, including the team’s 41-9 rout of Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl.Gray spent two seasons in the NFL as part of the staff of the Los Angeles Rams (1996-97), two years at Weber State (1994-95) and got his first coaching job for the Canadian Football League’s British Columbia Lions (1993-94). The Baltimore, Md., native played two seasons at Oregon (1981-82) before turning in an eightyear career (1985-92) playing in the CFL for B.C. and Winnipeg.

TIM HUNDLEY

1st Year Inside Linebackers Veteran defensive coach Tim Hundley joined the UNLV football staff to oversee the Rebel linebackers on March 5. Hundley comes to Las Vegas after spending the last three seasons coaching the defensive secondary at UCLA. Before joining the Bruins, Hundley was assistant head coach/ linebackers coach at SMU in 2008. He spent the previous four years (2004-07) as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at UTEP. Hundley’s coaching resume includes 16 years as a defensive coordinator on the FBS level – four at UTEP, five at Washington (1999-2003), six at Oregon State (1984-89) and one at Idaho (1979). He has coached in 13 bowl games, including two Rose Bowls, and groomed 21 players who moved on to the NFL. Hundley began his coaching career in 1974 as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Western Oregon State. He went on to stints at Clackamas Community College, Idaho, UNR, Oregon State, UCLA, Colorado, Washington, UTEP, SMU and then back to UCLA.


ASSISTANT COACHES BRENT MYERS

ROB PHENICIE

3rd Year Offensive Coordinator Tight Ends Brent Myers, who boasts three decades of collegiate coaching experience, was elevated to offensive coordinator this season, in addition to continuing to oversee the team’s tight ends. Before joining UNLV, Myers spent three seasons as offensive line coach and running game coordinator at the University of Louisville. Prior to joining the Cardinals, he spent three seasons in the same position at Arizona State of the Pac10 Conference. A veteran of eight bowl games, Myers also served one season as the assistant head coach and offensive line coach at Utah in 2003. He joined the Utes after spending three seasons as the offensive line coach at Washington (2000-02). He was also the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Boise State (1998-99) and Myers’ other stops included Northern Arizona (1992-97), Eastern Washington (1982-83, 198591) and Southern Illinois (1984). A Seattle native, Myers was a Division II honorable mention All-America player at EWU in 1981 and earned his degree from the school in 1982.

3rd Year Quarterbacks Rob Phenicie (pronounced FEN-ahsee) is in his third year tutoring UNLV’s quarterbacks during what is actually his second stint at the school, as he spent one year assisting John Robinson’s first Rebel staff in 1999. He also served as UNLV’s offensive coordinator in 2010-11. In 2009, Phenicie’s Montana offense ranked second in the nation among FCS teams with 35.8 points per game and ninth in total yards with 427.4 per game while Griz quarterback Andrew Selle ranked fourth in the country in pass efficiency. Prior to joining UM, Phenicie spent three seasons coaching at MWC member Wyoming from 2000-02. He coached the Cowboys’ receivers and was the program’s recruiting coordinator in 2001 before becoming co-offensive coordinator for one campaign. He was also offensive coordinator at Cal State Northridge from 1997-98 after serving as a graduate assistant coach at UCLA and his alma mater, the University of Memphis.

KRAIG PAULSON

J.D. WILLIAMS

3rd Year Assistant Head Coach Outside Linebackers Kraig Paulson takes over as assistant head coach/ILB coach in 2012 after two years as the UNLV defensive coordinator. Before coming to Las Vegas, Paulson spent the previous six seasons as Hauck’s defensive coordinator at Montana while also coaching the ends. He also served as UM’s assistant head coach for five years. Paulson’s 2009 defense led the FCS in turnovers gained with 37, including bringing in a stunning 26 interceptions. Paulson boasts two-plus decades of college coaching experience, including serving as defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Utah State from 2000-03. The former Montana fullback actually had two stints coaching at his alma mater. He worked with the linebackers, defensive line and secondary from 1987-99, moving from graduate assistant to defensive coordinator during his first stop in Missoula.

MIKE FERRITER Graduate Asst. Coach

3rd Year Defensive Coordinator Defensive Backs J.D. Williams was named as UNLV’s defensive coordinator in 2012 and will continue to oversee the team’s secondary. Familiar with the Mountain West, Williams came from the University of Utah to serve as UNLV’s assistant head coach, pass defense coordinator and defensive backs coach in 20010. Williams coached the Ute cornerbacks in 2009 as the team ranked 17th in the nation in pass defense and went on to a Poinsettia Bowl championship. He joined Utah after seven years working in Pac-10 secondaries (2006-08 at Washington and 20022005 at California). Prior to that, Williams served two seasons as secondary coach at his alma mater, Fresno State, from 2000-01. He also coached the secondary at San Jose State in 1999 and Cal Poly in 1998. He began his coaching career in 1997 as a Fresno State graduate assistant. A second team All-American at corner for the Bulldogs, Williams was a first round NFL Draft pick in 1990, going to the Buffalo Bills with the 16th selection. He went on to play in four Super Bowls with the Bills and also played for the Cardinals and 49ers before his pro career ended after the 1996 season.


2012 UNLV SIGNEES HIGH SCHOOLERS DOMINATE HAUCK’S THIRD CLASS

LAS VEGAS (UNLVRebels.com) -- Head coach Bobby Hauck’s third recruiting class at UNLV is made up of primarily high school players as a list of 20 future Rebels was announced during the initial day of the national signing period on Feb. 1. “Like many coaches in the country today, we are excited to finally sign the 2012 recruiting class,” Hauck said. “This is a physically gifted group of young men. I have no idea what any of the recruiting services rank any one of these players, as the only evaluation we care about is ours. We think these guys are tremendously talented and they’re all winners on and off the field.” The group boasted nine players that were assigned at least three stars by either Scout.com, Rivals.com or ESPNU, which was just one behind the school record set in 2010. The recruits list, which did not include five grayshirts who signed a year ago but joined the program this semester as true freshmen, featured 18 high school players and two junior-college players, just one year after inking a class that included eight JC signees. “We want to build this program primarily around high school student-athletes for a multitude of reasons. One of those is because we believe it adds stability and long-term opportunity for success. We also see the academic success rate of high school athletes being substantially higher. That being said, we’re not opposed to junior-college transfers and we are excited about the two young men who signed with us. We feel that JC guys that come in at midyear have a much better opportunity for success.” The group consists of student-athletes whose hometowns are spread among six states and one Canadian province: 10 from California, three from Nevada, three from Texas and one each from Arizona, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. “We’ve always said that we’ll go wherever we need to go to put together a good class and this year we had good luck not only in Nevada, Texas and California, but the Northwest was good to us as well. We took three players out of the Northwest that we consider to be top-notch prospects. We feel like we stole those three and we’re proud of those guys for sticking with us. On the local front, I’m happy to say that nearly 40 percent of all Division I signees in Las Vegas signed with the Rebels.” The class is evenly split with nine offensive players, eight on defense and one listed as an athlete. The full breakdown is as follows: 5 DL, 4 OL, 3 DB, 2 TE, 2 QB, 2 WR, 1 LB and 1 ATH.

UNLV 2012 FOOTBALL RECRUITING CLASS (20) HIGH SCHOOL SIGNEES (18) NAME Bobby Alvarez Dominic Baldwin Justin Chandler Tom Clarkson Marcell Frazier David Greene Troy Hawthorne Charles Howard Trent Langham Matt Lea Marc Philippi Andrew Price J’Ondray Sanders Ron Scoggins Michael Thomas Jeremiah Valoaga Anthony Williams Jonavaughn Williams

POS OL DL TE OL DL DB QB DL LB DB DB TE OL OL WR DL WR ATH

HT 6-6 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-2 5-10 5-11 6-6 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-5 5-11 6-2

WT 330 230 225 275 225 195 185 320 200 200 210 230 270 325 175 225 190 200

CL-EXP FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS FR-HS

HOMETOWN Barstow, CA Santa Maria, CA Kingwood, TX Mission, B.C. Portland, OR Dallas, TX Glendale, AZ Stockton, CA Garden Grove, CA Fresno, CA Las Vegas, NV Blaine, WA Henderson, NV Las Vegas, NV Elk Grove, CA Oxnard, CA Brentwood, CA R. Santa Margarita, CA

PREVIOUS SCHOOL Barstow HS Ernest Righetti HS Kingwood Park HS Mission Secondary School David Douglas HS Skyline HS Centennial HS Lincoln HS Pacifica HS Central HS Bishop Gorman HS Blaine HS Basic HS Bishop Gorman HS Consumnes Oaks HS Channel Island HS De LaSalle HS JSerra HS

MIDYEAR JUNIOR COLLEGE SIGNEES (2) NAME James Boyd* Parker Holloway*

POS QB DL

*Already Enrolled at UNLV

HT 6-5 6-4

WT 255 240

CL-EXP HOMETOWN JR-TR Los Angeles, CA JR-TR DeSoto, TX

PREVIOUS SCHOOL West L.A. College/USC Trinity Valley CC


UNLV STATISTICAL LEADERS Top-100 National Rankings are in Bold Italics

RETURNING

LOST

Tim Cornett (119-671-5.6-7-61.0) - 92nd

Dionza Bradford (133-615-4.6-3-51.2)

RUSHING (ATT-YDS-AVG-TD-YPG) PASSING Caleb Herring (113 CMP-206 ATT, 6 INT, 54.9 PCT, 1,004 YDS, 8 TD)

None

RECEPTIONS (REC-YDS-AVG-TD-YPG) Tim Cornett (10-54-5.4-0-4.9)

Phillip Payne (44-509-11.6-7-42.4) Michael Johnson (31-285-9.2-1-23.8)

TOTAL OFFENSE Caleb Herring (1,123, 112.3 YPG)

Michael Johnson (31, 2.6 YPG)

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE Bradley Randle (955, 79.6 YPG)

Deante’ Purvis (1,000, 100.0 YPG)

PUNT RETURNS Sidney Hodge (1-7, 7.0 AVG, 0 TD)

Michael Johnson (11-52, 4.7 AVG, 0 TD)

KICKOFF RETURNS Bradley Randle (20-406, 20.3 AVG, 0 TD)

Deante’ Purvis (41-1,000, 24.4 AVG, 1 TD) - T48th

SCORING Nolan Kohorst (51 PTS-9 FGs/24 XP) Tim Cornett (48 PTS-8 TD)

Phillip Payne (42 PTS-7 TD)

PUNTING Chase Lansford (75-3,093, 41.2 AVG, 66 LG) - 48th

None

PLACE-KICKING Nolan Kohorst (9-14 FG, 24-24 XP)

None

INTERCEPTIONS Tani Maka (2 INT, 0 YDS, 0 TD)

Quinton Pointer (2 INT, 9 YDS, 0 TD)

TACKLES John Lotulelei (24 UT, 36 AT, 60 TT) Tani Maka (25 UT, 29 AT, 54 TT)

Nate Carter (41 UT, 43 AT, 84 TT) Daniel Harper (35 UT, 26 AT, 61 TT)

TACKLES FOR LOSS Tyler Gaston (3.5 TFL, 19 YDS) Nate Holloway (3.5 TFL, 7 YDS)

James Dunlap (14.5 TFL, 62 YDS) - T39th

QB SACKS Princeton Jackson (2.0 SCK, 18 YDS) Tyler Gaston (2.0 SCK, 14 YDS)

James Dunlap (6.5 SCK, 40 YDS) - T56th

FUMBLES RECOVERED Sidney Hodge (4 FR, 23 YDS) - T4th

Anthony Vidal (2 FR, 0 YDS)


2011 UNLV STATISTICS UNLV TEAM STATISTICS

2011 RESULTS (2-10, 1-6 MW)

TEAM STATISTICS UNLV SCORING 207 Points Per Game 17.2 FIRST DOWNS 181 Rushing 101 Passing 65 Penalty 15 RUSHING YARDAGE 1969 Yards gained rushing 2313 Yards lost rushing 344 Rushing Attempts 500 Average Per Rush 3.9 Average Per Game 164.1 TDs Rushing 14 PASSING YARDAGE 1315 Comp-Att-Int 144-269-10 Average Per Pass 4.9 Average Per Catch 9.1 Average Per Game 109.6 TDs Passing 10 TOTAL OFFENSE 3284 Total Plays 769 Average Per Play 4.3 Average Per Game 273.7 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 71-1685 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 13-63 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 7-67 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 23.7 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 4.8 INT RETURN AVERAGE 9.6 FUMBLES-LOST 19-7 PENALTIES-Yards 80-734 Average Per Game 61.2 PUNTS-Yards 76-3102 Average Per Punt 40.8 Net punt average 35.9 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 30:33 3RD-DOWN Conversions 49/173 3rd-Down Pct 28% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 12/26 4th-Down Pct 46% SACKS BY-Yards 14-96 MISC YARDS 16 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 26 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 9-14 ON-SIDE KICKS 1-2 RED-ZONE SCORES (20-27) 74% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (16-27) 59% PAT-ATTEMPTS (24-24) 100% ATTENDANCE 105995 Games/Avg Per Game 5/21199 Neutral Site Games

Date Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3

OPP 485 40.4 266 121 125 20 2330 2564 234 478 4.9 194.2 30 2988 210-345-7 8.7 14.2 249.0 27 5318 823 6.5 443.2 33-781 31-337 10-209 23.7 10.9 20.9 20-13 52-428 35.7 38-1506 39.6 35.9 29:26 75/151 50% 7/13 54% 35-191 79 64 13-19 0-0 (46-56) 82% (37-56) 66% (56-59) 95% 224416 7/32059 0/0

No 75 1 76 38

Yds 3093 9 3102 1506

Avg 41.2 9.0 40.8 39.6

Long 66 8 66 55

TB 2 0 2 4

FC 8 0 8 12

I20 16 0 16 11

50+ 12 0 12 6

W/L L L W L L L W L L L L L

Score 51-17 59-7 40-20 41-16 37-0 41-14 38-35 48-21 21-14 45-17 31-14 56-9

Attend 77,085 27,018 21,248 18,102 25,978 22,985 21,289 26,281 14,937 24,401 19,075 32,012

*Mountain West game Record All Games Conference Non-Conference

Overall 2-10 1-6 1-4

Home 2-3 1-2 1-1

Away 0-7 0-4 0-3

2nd 3rd 58 24 144 110

4th OT Total 71 0 207 132 0 485

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 54 99

UNLV Opponents

ATTENDANCE (AVG) Total: Home: Away:

12/330,411 (12/27,534) 5/105,995 (5/21,199) 7/224,416 (7/32,059)

ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE

PUNTING PLAYER LANSFORD, C. TEAM Total Opponents

Opponent at No. 11/10 Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’I SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming* COLORADO STATE* No. 5/5 BOISE STATE* at New Mexico* at Air Force* SAN DIEGO STATE* at No.18/17 TCU*

BLKD 1 2 3 0

PLAYER PURVIS, Deante RANDLE, Bradley CORNETT, Tim BRADFORD, D. PAYNE, Phillip JOHNSON, M. HARRINGTON, A. HERRING, Caleb BARNHILL, Taylor VIDAL, Anthony SPIGNER, Ken DAVIS, Devante MAYS, Trey BAREFIELD, Mark CHANDLER, Will HODGE, Sidney CLAUSEN, Mike VEA, William POINTER, Quint on TUILOMA - VA’A, E. RODGERS, Yusef JAMES, Jonathon TEAM REILLY, Sean Total Opponents

G 10 12 11 12 12 12 12 10 7 12 11 11 12 9 12 12 12 10 12 9 12 2 7 7 12 12

Rush 0 489 671 615 0 31 0 119 85 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 -12 -37 1969 2330

Rec 0 60 54 45 509 285 164 -3 0 55 0 42 34 36 0 0 0 30 0 0 3 1 0 0 1315 2988

PR 0 0 0 0 0 52 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 63 337

KOR 1000 406 202 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1685 781

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 0 26 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 67 209

Tot 1000 955 927 660 509 368 164 116 85 55 52 42 38 36 32 32 30 30 9 4 3 1 -12 -37 5099 6645

Avg/G 100.0 79.6 84.3 55.0 42.4 30.7 13.7 11.6 12.1 4.6 4.7 3.8 3.2 4.0 2.7 2.7 2.5 3.0 0.8 0.4 0.2 0.5 -1.7 -5.3 424.9 553.8


2011 UNLV STATISTICS RUSHING PLAYER CORNETT, Tim BRADFORD, D. RANDLE, Bradley HERRING, Caleb BARNHILL, Taylor JOHNSON, M. CLAUSEN, Mike MAYS, Trey TEAM REILLY, Sean Total Opponents

KICK RETURNS G 11 12 12 10 7 12 12 12 7 7 12 12

Att 119 133 112 86 31 8 1 1 3 6 500 478

Gain 691 640 507 311 113 43 4 4 0 0 2313 2564

Loss 20 25 18 192 28 12 0 0 12 37 344 234

Net 671 615 489 119 85 31 4 4 -12 -37 1969 2330

Avg 5.6 4.6 4.4 1.4 2.7 3.9 4.0 4.0 -4.0 -6.2 3.9 4.9

TD 7 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 30

Lg 80 45 55 29 17 28 4 4 0 0 80 67

Avg/G 61.0 51.2 40.8 11.9 12.1 2.6 0.3 0.3 -1.7 -5.3 164.1 194.2

G 10 7 7 12 12 12 12

Effic 102.78 81.86 79.85 623.20 0.00 99.43 155.39

C-A-I 113-206-6 19-39-3 11-22-1 1-1-0 0-1-0 144-269-10 210-345-7

Pct 54.9 48.7 50.0 100.0 0.0 53.5 60.9

Yds 1004 186 102 23 0 1315 2988

TD 8 1 0 1 0 10 27

Lg 33 32 29 23 0 33 90

Avg/G 100.4 26.6 14.6 1.9 0.0 109.6 249.0

RECEIVING PLAYER PAYNE, Phillip JOHNSON, M. HARRINGTON, A. VIDAL, Anthony CORNETT, Tim BRADFORD, D. VEA, William RANDLE, Bradley DAVIS, Devante BAREFIELD, Mark MAYS, Trey RODGERS, Yusef JAMES, Jonathon HERRING, Caleb Total Opponents

G 12 12 12 12 11 12 10 12 11 9 12 12 2 10 12 12

No 44 31 15 10 10 8 6 5 4 4 4 1 1 1 144 210

Yds 509 285 164 55 54 45 30 60 42 36 34 3 1 -3 1315 2988

Avg 11.6 9.2 10.9 5.5 5.4 5.6 5.0 12.0 10.5 9.0 8.5 3.0 1.0 -3.0 9.1 14.2

TD 7 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 27

Long 33 33 29 9 20 20 9 31 18 13 25 3 1 0 33 90

Avg/G 42.4 23.8 13.7 4.6 4.9 3.8 3.0 5.0 3.8 4.0 2.8 0.2 0.5 -0.3 109.6 249.0

No 41 20 6 3 1 71 33

Yds 1000 406 202 52 25 1685 781

Avg 24.4 20.3 33.7 17.3 25.0 23.7 23.7

TD 1 0 1 0 0 2 1

Avg 16.0 23.0 19.5 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0

Long 98 47 95 21 25 98 99

FUMBLE RETURNS PLAYER HASSON, Tajh HODGE, Sidney Total Opponents

PASSING PLAYER HERRING, Caleb REILLY, Sean BARNHILL, T. CLAUSEN, Mike LANSFORD, C. Total Opponents

PLAYER PURVIS, Deante’ RANDLE, Bradley CORNETT, Tim SPIGNER, Ken HODGE, Sidney Total Opponents

No 1 1 2 0

Yds 16 23 39 0

Long 16 23 23 0

INTERCEPTIONS PLAYER POINTER, Quinton MAKA, Tani CLAUSEN, Mike CHANDLER, Will HARPER, Daniel Total Opponents

No 2 2 1 1 1 7 10

Yds 9 0 26 32 0 67 209

Avg 4.5 0.0 26.0 32.0 0.0 9.6 20.9

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

Long 9 0 26 32 0 32 74

PUNT RETURNS PLAYER JOHNSON, Michael HODGE, Sidney TUILOMA-VA’A, E. Total Opponents

No 11 1 1 13 31

Yds 52 7 4 63 337

TD 8 7 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 26 64

FGs 9-14 9-14 13-19

Avg 4.7 7.0 4.0 4.8 10.9

TD 0 0 0 0 1

Long 21 7 4 21 76

SCORING TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYER HERRING, Caleb CORNETT, Tim BRADFORD, D. RANDLE, Bradley BARNHILL, Taylor REILLY, Sean JOHNSON, M. CLAUSEN, Mike MAYS, Trey TEAM Total Opponents

G 10 11 12 12 7 7 12 12 12 7 12 12

Plays 292 119 133 112 53 45 8 2 1 3 769 823

Rush 119 671 615 489 85 -37 31 4 4 -12 1969 2330

Pass 1004 0 0 0 102 186 0 23 0 0 1315 2988

Total 1123 671 615 489 187 149 31 27 4 -12 3284 5318

Avg/G 112.3 61.0 51.2 40.8 26.7 21.3 2.6 2.2 0.3 -1.7 273.7 443.2

PLAYER KOHORST, Nolan CORNETT, Tim PAYNE, Phillip BRADFORD, D. RANDLE, Bradley HERRING, Caleb HARRINGTON, A. JOHNSON, M. VEA, William PURVIS, Deante’ Total Opponents

|——— PATs ———| Kick Rush Rcv Pass 24-24 0-2 24-24 0-2 56-59 1-1 2 2-3

DXP Saf -

Points 51 48 42 18 12 12 6 6 6 6 207 485


2011 UNLV STATISTICS DEFENSIVE STATISTICS NO 36 22 55 10 41 23 96 43 6 40 1 53 95 99 47 29 97 92 32 68 2 3 98 20 13 17 26 56 31 85 28 57 48 37 88 TM 39 87 91 58 64 27 30

PLAYER CARTER, Nate HARPER, Daniel LOTULELEI, John POINTER, Quinton MAKA, Tani HODGE, Sidney DUNLAP, James HASSON, Tim CLAUSEN, Mike JACKSON, Princeton CHANDLER, Will KRAVETZ, Matt KLORMAN, Alex GASTON, Tyler ALLMANG-WILDER, T. HASSON, Tajh BOBAK, Ian BELL, B.J. HORSEY, Mike HOLLOWAY, Nate SPIGNER, Ken COX, C.J. TAUTOFI, Desmond BROWN, Kenny TUILOMA-VA’A, E . PENNY, Kenneth PURVIS, Deante’ COOPER, Perry BROWN, Corbin SPARKMAN, Jordan RANDLE, Bradley MARTIN, A.J. BRENCE, Beau VEA, William VIDAL, Anthony TEAM LANSFORD, Chase MAYS, Trey AMILCAR, Alvin ROTH, Brian ZISMANN, Doug KOHORST, Nolan THOMPSON, Imari Total Opponents

G 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 6 11 12 9 5 10 11 6 12 12 12 12 10 12 7 12 12 3 11 12 12 8 12 12

|————Tackles————| Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 41 43 84 3.5-11 35 26 61 1.0-1 24 36 60 3.0-7 39 20 59 3.0-4 25 29 54 3.0-10 33 20 53 . 27 20 47 14.5-62 18 28 46 1.0-1 23 18 41 . 15 24 39 3.0-19 20 12 32 3.5-22 9 14 23 2.5-3 7 14 21 2.0-4 13 8 21 3.5-19 7 12 19 1.5-6 11 6 17 . 5 9 14 2.0-13 7 7 14 1.0-6 9 4 13 . 9 4 13 3.5-7 8 5 13 1.0-4 8 4 12 0.5-4 5 6 11 2.0-6 7 4 11 . 6 4 10 1.0-2 6 3 9 . 7 1 8 . 5 2 7 . 3 4 7 . 2 3 5 . 4 1 5 . 1 2 3 . 1 2 3 . 1 2 3 . 1 1 2 . 2 . 2 2.0-4 2 . 2 . 1 1 2 . 1 . 1 1.0-1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . . 1 1 . 1 . 1 . 450 401 851 59-216 461 438 899 84-312

|-Sacks-| No-Yds 0.5-3 . . . . . 6.5-40 . . 2.0-18 1.0-15 0.5-1 1.0-2 2.0-14 0.5-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-96 35-191

|—Pass Def—| Int-Yds BrUp . 5 1-0 3 . 1 2-9 3 2-0 . . 8 . . . 1 1-26 1 . 1 1-32 6 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-67 33 10-209 23

QH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2

|-Fumbles-| Rcv-Yds . . . . . 4-23 . . . . . . 1-0 1-0 . 1-16 . . . . . 1-0 . . . . 1-0 . . . 1-0 1-0 . . 2-0 . . . . . . . . 13-39 7-0

FF 1 1 . 3 . 1 3 . 2 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 10

Blkd Kick . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 3 4

Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

STARTING LINEUPS OFFENSE OPPONENT at Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’I SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming Colorado State Boise State New Mexico Air Force San Diego State TCU

WR Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Davis Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne Payne

WR/TE/FB Mays Mays Harrington Barefield Vea Barefield Vea Vea K. Davis D. Davis Harrington D. Davis

LT Boyko Boyko Boyko Boyko Boyko Boyko Boyko Boyko Boyko Boyko Boyko Boyko

DEFENSE OPPONENT at Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’i SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming Colorado State Boise State New Mexico Air Force San Diego State TCU

DE Kravetz Kravetz Kravetz Kravetz Kravetz Kravetz Kravetz Bell Bell Bell Bell Bell

DT Klorman Klorman Klorman Klorman Holloway Klorman Holloway Klorman Klorman Klorman Klorman Holloway

DT Allmang-Wilder Allmang-Wilder Allmang-Wilder Allmang-Wilder Allmang-Wilder Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Gaston Allmang-Wilder

LG Tesoro Tesoro Tesoro Tesoro Tesoro Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson DE Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap Dunlap

C Waterman Waterman Waterman Waterman Waterman Waterman Waterman Waterman Waterman Waterman Waterman Waterman

RG Zismann Zismann Zismann Zismann Zismann Zismann Zismann Zismann Zismann Zismann Zismann Zismann

LB Maka Maka Maka Maka Maka Maka Maka Lotulelei Lotulelei Lotulelei Maka Lotulelei

LB Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter Carter

RT Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers Rodgers LB Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Cox Hasson, T. Hasson, T. Hasson, T. Hasson, T. Hasson, T. Jackson

TE Vidal Vidal Vidal Vidal Vidal Vidal Vidal Vidal Vidal Vidal Vidal Vidal CB Pointer Pointer Hodge Hodge Hodge Hodge Hodge Hodge Hodge Hodge Hodge Hodge

QB Herring Herring Herring Herring Herring Reilly Reilly Herring Barnhill Herring Herring Barnhill S Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper Harper Pointer Pointer Pointer Pointer Pointer Pointer

WR Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. Johnson, Mi. S K. Brown Hasson, T. Clausen Clausen Clausen Clausen Clausen Clausen Harper Harper Harper Harper

TB Cornett Cornett Randle Randle Cornett Bradford Cornett Bradford Bradford Bradford Cornett Cornett CB Hodge Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler Chandler C. Brown Chandler Chandler

PK Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst Kohorst P Lansford Lansford Lansford Lansford Lansford Lansford Lansford Lansford Lansford Lansford Lansford Lansford


2011 UNLV STATISTICS 2011 GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS UNLV at Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’I SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming COLORADO STATE BOISE STATE at New Mexico at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE at TCU

RUSH PASS OFF. 146 98 186 108 102 153 244 182 268 227 141 116

146 60 179 294 8 104 117 137 61 41 120 48

292 158 365 402 110 257 361 319 329 268 261 164

1STDwn POSS. TOs

OPPONENT

RUSH PASS OFF. 1STDwn Poss.

TOs

19 9 22 21 7 12 20 17 16 17 15 6

at Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’I SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming COLORADO STATE BOISE STATE at New Mexico at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE at TCU

241 139 6 78 240 231 250 185 141 394 239 186

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

34:20 29:07 35:05 35:22 24:21 32:19 27:34 31:12 29:13 32:19 25:36 30:13

0 1 1 5 2 2 1 0 1 2 1 1

258 471 284 178 459 124 230 231 274 128 152 199

499 310 290 256 699 355 480 416 415 522 391 385

20 32 16 16 31 19 26 20 19 27 21 19

25:40 30:53 24:49 24:38 35:04 27:41 32:36 28:48 30:47 27:41 34:24 29:47

2011 TEAM SUPERLATIVES UNLV Points Scored First Downs Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Rushing Yards Passing Attempts Passing Completions Passing Yards Passes Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Offensive Yards Fumbles Lost Penalties Yards Sacks Yards

HIGH 40 vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 22 vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 14, at Air Force (11/19) 15 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 4 vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 58 at Air Force (11/19) 268 at New Mexico (11/12) 49 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 29 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 294 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 3 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 87 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 402 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 4 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 2 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 10 at Wasington State (9/10) 95 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 4 vs. Colorado State (10/29) 29 vs. Colorado State (10/29)

LOW 0 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 6, twice, last at TCU (12/3) 4 at TCU (12/3) 0 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 0 three times, last at TCU (12/3) 34, twice, last vs. San Diego State (11/26) 98 at Washington State (9/10) 12 at TCU (12/3) 1 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 8 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 0, twice, last at Washington State (9/10) 53 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 110 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 0, twice, last vs. Boise State (11/5) 0, six times, last at TCU (12/3) 1, vs. San Diego State (11/26) 5 vs. San Diego State (11/26) 0, four times, last at TCU (12/3) 0, four times, last at TCU (12/3)

OPPONENTS Points Scored First Downs Rushing Passing Penalty Rushing Attempts Passing Attempts Passing Completions Passing Yards Passes Had Intercepted Total Offensive Plays Total Offensive Yards Fumbles Lost Penalties Yards Sacks Yards

HIGH 59 at Washington State (9/10) 32 at Washington State (9/10) 17 at Air Force (11/19) 20 at Washington State (9/10) 4 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 58 at Air Force (11/19) 44 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 29, twice, last at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 471 at Washington State (9/10) 3 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 92 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 699 at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 4 vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 4 vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 8 vs. Colorado State (10/29) 60 vs. Colorado State (10/29) 5, twice, last at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 32 at Nevada, Reno (10/8)

LOW 20 vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 16, twice, last vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 2 vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 5 at Wyoming (Oct. 15) 0, twice, last vs. San Diego State (11/26) 16 vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 15 at Wisconsin (9/1) 11, twice, last at Wyoming (Oct. 15) 124 at Wyoming (Oct. 15) 0, twice, last at Washington State (9/10) 53 at Wisconsin (9/1) 256 vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 0, three times, last vs. San Diego State (11/26) 0, four times, last vs. San Diego State (11/26) 0 at TCU (12/3) 0 at TCU (12/3) 2, three times, last vs. Boise State (11/5) 8 at TCU (12/3)


2011 UNLV STATISTICS 2011 INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES Rushing Attempts: Rushing Yards: TD Run: Non-Scoring Run:

UNLV 22, Dionza Bradford at Wyoming (10/15) 152, Dionza Bradford at New Mexico (11/12) 80, Tim Cornett vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 55, Bradley Randle vs. Boise State (11/5)

Passes Attempted: 41, Caleb Herring vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Passes Completed: 23, Caleb Herring vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Passes Had Intercepted: 3, Caleb Herring vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Completion Percentage: .705, Caleb Herring vs. Boise State (11/5) Passing Yards: 223, Caleb Herring vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 33, twice, last Caleb Herring to Michael Johnson vs. Boise State (11/5) TD Pass: Caleb Herring to Phillip Payne vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 32, Sean Reilly to Phillip Payne at Wyoming (10/15) Non-Scoring Pass: Receptions: Reception Yards: Punt Returns: Punt Return Yards: Punt Return Long: Punt Return, TD:

13, Phillip Payne vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 175, Phillip Payne vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 5, Michael Johnson vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 43, Michael Johnson vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 21, Michael Johnson vs. Southern Utah (9/24) N/A

Kickoff Returns: Kickoff Return Yards: Kickoff Return Long: Kickoff Return, TD:

9, Deante’ Purvis at TCU (12/3) 202, Deante’ Purvis vs. Colorado State (10/29) 98, Deante’ Purvis vs. Colorado State (10/29) 98, Deante’ Purvis vs. Colorado State (10/29)

Offensive Attempts: Offensive Yards: All-Purpose Attempts: All-Purpose Yards: Points: Touchdowns:

Field Goals Attempted: Field Goals Made: Longest Field Goal Attempted: Longest Field Goal Made: Punts: Best Punting Average: Longest Punt: Tackles: Sacks: Interceptions:

Interception Return: Interception Return, TD: Fumbles Forced: Fumbles Recovered: Fumble Return: Fumble Return, TD:

53, Caleb Herring vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 225, Caleb Herring vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 23, Dionza Bradford at Wyoming (10/15) 202, Deante’ Purvis vs. Colorado State (10/29) 12, Tim Cornett vs. San Diego State (11/26) Phillip Payne vs. Colorado State (10/29) Phillip Payne vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 2, Tim Cornett vs. San Diego State (11/26) Phillip Payne vs. Colorado State (10/29) Tim Cornett at Wyoming (10/15) Phillip Payne vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 3, Nolan Kohorst at TCU (12/3) Nolan Kohorst vs. Hawai’i (9/17) Nolan Kohorst at Wisconsin (9/1) 3, Nolan Kohorst at TCU (12/3) 52, Nolan Kohorst at Wisconsin (9/1) 50, Nolan Kohorst vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 9, Chase Lansford at Wyoming (10/15) Chase Lansford at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 47.4, Chase Lansford vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 66, Chase Lansford vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 13, John Lotulelei vs. Boise State (11/5) Tani Maka at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 2.0, James Dunlap vs. Colorado State (10/29) 1, Quinton Pointer vs. San Diego State (11/26) Tani Maka vs. Colorado State (10/29) Will Chandler at Nevada, Reno (10/8) Mike Clausen at Nevada, Reno (10/8) Quinton Pointer at Nevada, Reno (10/8) Tani Maka vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Daniel Harper vs. Southern Utah (9/24) 32, Will Chandler at Nevada, Reno (10/8) N/A 2, Quinton Pointer at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 1, 10 tied, last Tyler Gason at Air Force (11/19) 23, Sidney Hodge at Nevada, Reno (10/8) N/A

Rushing Attempts: Rushing Yards: TD Run: Non-Scoring Run: Passes Attempted: Passes Completed: Passes Had Intercepted: Completion Percentage: Passing Yards: TD Pass: Non-Scoring Pass: Receptions: Reception Yards: Punt Returns: Punt Return Yards: Punt Return Long: Punt Return, TD: Kickoff Returns: Kickoff Return Yards: Kickoff Return Long: Kickoff Return, TD: Offensive Attempts: Offensive Yards: All-Purpose Attempts: All-Purpose Yards: Points: Touchdowns:

OPPONENT 32, Ronnie Hillman vs. San Diego State (11/26) 192, Ronnie Hillman vs. San Diego State (11/26) 67, Asher Clark at Air Force (11/19) 38, Chris Nwoke vs. Colorado State (10/29) 36, Bryant Moniz vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 24, Marshall Lobbestael at Washington State (9/10) 2, Cody Fajardo at Nevada, Reno (10/8) Brad Sorensen vs. Southern Utah (9/24) .769, Russell Wilson at Wisconsin (9/1) 366, Tyler Lantrip at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 90, Tyler Lantrip at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 63, Russell Wilson to Montee Ball at Wisconsin (9/1) 10, Rishard Matthews at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 220, Rishard Matthews at Nevada, Reno (10/8) 4, Leon Brooks at Washington State (9/10) 91, Chris McNeill at Wyoming (10/15) 76, Chris McNeil at Wyoming (10/15) 76, Chris McNeil at Wyoming (10/15) 5, Mike Edwards vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 105, Mike Edwards vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 40, James White at Wisconsin (9/1) 99, Greg McCoy at TCU (12/3) 42, Bryant Moniz vs. Hawai’i (9/17) 353, Marshall Lobbestael at Washington State (9/10) 34, Ronnie Hillman vs. San Diego State (11/26) 204, Ronnie Hillman vs. San Diego State (11/26) 24, Monte Ball at Wisconsin (9/1) 4, Montee Ball at Wisconsin (9/1)

Field Goals Attempted:

3, C. Vandermolen vs. Colorado State (10/29) Allen Hardison at Nevada, Reno (10/8) Field Goals Made: 3, Allen Hardison at Nevada, Reno (10/8) Longest Field Goal Attempted: 47, C. Vandermolen vs. Colorado State (10/29) Longest Field Goal Made: 46, Andrew Furney at Washington State (9/10) Punts: Best Punting Average: Longest Punt: Tackles: Sacks:

6, Austin McCoy at Wyoming (10/15) 45.0, AUstin McCoy at Wyoming (10/15) Brad Nortman at Wisconsin (9/1) 55, Austin McCoy at Wyoming (10/15) Tate Lewis vs. Southern Utah (9/24)

14, Carmen Messina at New Mexico (11/12) 2.0, Ben Durbin at Wyoming (10/15) Jack Reynoso at Nevada, Reno (10/8) Tyler Osborne vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Cody Larsen vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Louis Nzegwu at Wisconsin (9/1) Interceptions: 1, Kris Gardner at TCU (12/3) Marcus Andrews vs. San Diego State (11/26) Anthont Wright at Air Force (11/19) Shaquil Barrett vs. Colorado State (10/29) Luke Anderson at Wyoming (10/15) Isaiah Frey at Nevada, Reno (10/8) Blake Fenn vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Erron Vonner vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Nick Witzmann vs. Southern Utah (9/24) John Hardy-Tuliau vs. Hawai’i (9/17) Interception Return: 74, Erron Vonner vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Interception Return, TD: 1, Kris Gardner at TCU (12/3) Shaquil Barrett vs. Colorado State (10/29) Blake Fenn vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Erron Vonner vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Nick Witzmann vs. Southern Utah (9/24) Fumbles Forced: 1, eight tied, last Carmen Messina at New Mexico (11/12) Fumbles Recovered: 1, seven times, last Josh Hall at Air Force (11/19) Fumble Return: 0, four times, last Kurt Taufa’Asau at Wyoming (10/15) Fumble Return, TD: N/A


2011 UNLV STATISTICS 2011 GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING (Att.-Yds.-TD-Long) OPPONENT at Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’I SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming COLORADO STATE BOISE STATE at New Mexico at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE at TCU

CORNETT 14-61-0-17 10-42-0-14 11-106-2-80 11-65-0-23 2-1-0-3 8-25-0-9 11-67-0-28 DNP 9-39-1-14 19-104-0-14 15-136-2-54 9-25-0-8

PASSING (Att.-Comp.-Int.-Yds.-TD) OPPONENT at Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’I SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming COLORADO STATE BOISE STATE at New Mexico at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE at TCU

HERRING 27-18-0-146-2 20-11-0-60-0 29-17-1-178-2 41-23-3-223-1 14-1-1-8-0 2-5-0-25-0 13-9-0-90-2 17-12-0-114-1 DNP 14-6-1-41-0 26-14-0-119-0 DNP

REILLY DNP DNP 1-1-0-1-0 6-5-0-48-0 DNP 7-16-1-79-0 3-2-1-27-0 7-2-0-23-1 4-1-0-7-0 DNP 1-2-1-1-0 DNP

PAYNE 4-29-1-11 1-3-0-3 7-98-2-33 13-175-1-25 0-0-0-0 1-32-0-32 3-48-2-31 7-60-1-13 4-31-0-15 1-19-0-19 2-12-0-7 1-2-0-2

NOLAN KOHORST ATT MADE at Wisconsin 3 (34, 52, 37) 1 (37) at Washington State HAWAI’I 3 (40, 28, 50) 2 (40, 50) SOUTHERN UTAH 1 (45) 1 (45) at Nevada, Reno 1 (42) at Wyoming COLORADO STATE 2 (43, 34) 1 (43) BOISE STATE at New Mexico at Air Force 1 (27) 1 (27) SAN DIEGO STATE at TCU 3 (39, 43, 29)3 (39, 43, 29) TOTALS 14 9

BARNHILL 0-0-0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0 10-7-0-54-0 DNP DNP 12-4-1-48-0

RECEIVING (Rec.-Yds.-TD-Long) OPPONENT at Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’I SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming COLORADO STATE BOISE STATE at New Mexico at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE at TCU

FIELD GOALS

RANDLE BRADFORD HERRING 12-65-0-14 2-(-1)-0-1 9-29-0-19 8-15-0-11 9-42-0-12 6-(-1)-0-7 19-78-1-21 0-0-0-0 10-4-0-11 9-28-0-11 4-25-0-10 12-2-0-9 4-10-0-7 18-79-0-15 12-4-0-16 11-35-0-11 22-104-0-14 1-13-0-13 6-9-0-7 21-122-1-45 5-22-1-29 10-96-0-55 16-46-1-13 9-40-0-13 0-0-0-0 20-152-1-45 DNP 19-82-1-25 6-20-0-7 12-20-1-9 0-0-0-0 5-15-0-6 10-(-14)-0-11 14-71-0-22 7-11-0-4 DNP

JOHNSON, M. 7-51-0-14 5-35-0-13 2-21-0-16 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 2-23-0-19 2-27-0-16 3-50-1-33 1-10-0-10 1-6-0-6 5-40-0-10 2-17-0-12

RANDLE 2-35-0-31 0-0-0-0 1-14-0-14 1-5-0-5 0-0-0-0 1-6-0-6 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

VEA 2-14-1-9 2-4-0-6 DNP DNP 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 1-5-0-5 1-7-0-7 0-0-0-0

HARRINGTON 1-11-0-11 0-0-0-0 2-20-0-16 1-23-1-23 1-8-0-8 1-3-0-3 1-18-0-18 1-2-0-2 1-8-0-8 1-6-0-6 4-36-0-13 1-29-0-29

VIDAL 1-6-0-6 1-6-0-6 0-0-0-0 1-3-0-3 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 3-20-0-9 2-12-0-8 1-4-0-4 0-0-0-0 1-4-0-4 0-0-0-0

CORNETT 1-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 3-22-0-20 4-12-0-5 0-0-0-0 1-19-0-19 0-0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 1-1-0-1 0-0-0-0

MAYS 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 1-6-0-6 3-28-0-25 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0

TACKLING (U-A-Tot-TFL-Int-PBU-Sacks) OPPONENT

at Wisconsin at Washington State HAWAI’I SOUTHERN UTAH at Nevada, Reno at Wyoming COLORADO STATE BOISE STATE at New Mexico at Air Force SAN DIEGO STATE at TCU

MAKA

COX

5-1-6-0-0-0-0 3-0-3-0-0-0-0 1-4-5-0.5-0-0-0 2-0-2-0-0-0-0 5-2-7-0-0-0-0 2-2-4-1.0-0-0 5-1-6-0-0-0-0 2-2-4-1.5-0-0.5 2-3-5-0.5-0-0 1-1-2-0-0-0-0 4-3-7-1.0-0-0 1-0-1-0-1-0-0 4-4-8-0-0-0-0 3-3-6-0-0-0-0 6-7-13-1.0-0-0-0 1-2-3-0-0-0-0 2-4-6-0-0-1-0 5-2-7-0-0-0-0 3-1-4-0-0-1-0 1-8-9-0-0-0-0 4-3-7-0-1-0-0 0-3-3-0-0-1-0 2-6-8-0-0-1-0 DNP 3-1-4-0-0-2-0 6-2-8-0-0-1-0 0-2-2-0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0-0-0-0 5-6-11-1.0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0-0 5-4-9-0-0-1-0 5-3-8-0-0-0-0 1-3-4-0-0-0-0 3-2-5-0-0-0-0 3-3-6-0-0-0-0 3-3-6-0-0-0-0

HODGE

CARTER

2-1-3-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0-0-0-0 2-0-2-0-0-0-0 2-2-4-0-0-0-0 1-1-2-0.5-0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

CHANDLER

HARPER

3-2-5-1.5-0-0-1.0 2-1-3-0-0-0-0 2-3-5-0-0-0-0 0-3-3-0-0-0-0 0-2-2-0.5-0-0-0 2-0-2-1.0-0-0-1.0 0-2-2-0-0-0-0 5-1-6-1.0-1-0 2-3-5-0-0-0-0 3-1-4-1.0-1-0-0 1-5-6-0-0-1-0 1-0-1-0-0-0-0 3-3-6-1.0-0-0-1.0 2-1-3-0-0-2-0 DNP 2-2-4-0-0-1-0 0-0-0-0-0-0-0 2-1-3-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0-0 1-0-1-0-0-0-0 2-1-3-0-0-0-0 0-2-2-0.5-0-0 2-3-5-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0-0

JACKSON

1-1-2-0-0-0-0 4-3-7-0-0-0-0 3-1-4-0-0-1-0 1-3-4-0-1-0-0 5-2-7-0-0-0-0 4-0-4-0-0-0-0 1-4-5-0-0-1-0 1-4-5-0-0-0-0 4-1-5-0-0-0-0 4-2-6-0-0-0-0 2-2-4-0-0-1-0 5-3-8-1.0-0-0-0


2011 GAME REVIEWS NO. 11/10 WISCONSIN 51 UNLV 17

WASHINGTON STATE UNLV

GAME 1

GAME 2

Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, Wisc. Sept. 1, 2011 • Att. 77,085

Martin Stadium • Pullman, Wash. Sept. 10, 2011 • Att. 27,018

BADGERS CRUISE BY REBELS MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Bobby Hauck figured UNLV wasn’t ready for a major upset like the Rebels pulled in 2003 against Wisconsin. Still, he was satisfied with how his team rebounded after taking a first-half flurry in UNLV’s 51-17 loss to No. 11 Wisconsin on Thursday night. UNLV showed some of the same jitters that coach Hauck’s squads have struggled with. New starting quarterback Caleb Herring was a notable exception with two second-half touchdown passes that cut the lead to 51-17 in the fourth. He kept plays alive with his feet and showed poise under UNLV WISCONSIN

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WISC - Ball 4-yd pass from Russell (French kick) 11:49 1st WISC - Ball 22-yd run (French kick failed) 8:12 1st WISC - White 1-yd run (French kick) 0:38 1st WISC - Ball 1-yd run (French kick) 8:50 2nd UNLV - Kohorst 37-yd FG 1:45 2nd WISC - Wilson 46-yd run (French kick) 1:14 2nd WISC - French 29-yd FG :00 2nd WISC - Pederson 8-yd pass from Russell (French kick) 10:28 3rd WISC - Ball 1-yd run (French kick) 8:45 3rd UNLV - Payne 6-yd pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 2:53 3rd UNLV - Vea 9-yd pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 11:41 4th UNLV First Downs 19 Rushes-Yards 38-146 Passing Yards 146 Passes (A-C-I) 27-18-0 Total Offense 292 Punt returns-Yards 0-0 Kick Returns-Yards 8-160 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 1-11 Punts-Average 5-44.4 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 Penalties-Yards 7-65 Possession Time 34:20

WISC 20 38-241 258 15-11-0 499 3-58 4-101 0-0 3-19 2-45.0 0-0 6-50 25:40

Rushing: (UNLV) Randle 12-65, Cornett 14-61, Herring 9-29, Bradford 2-(-1) (WISC) White 11-64, Ball 10-63, Wilson 2-62, Gordon 7-38, Lewis 5-24. Passing: (UNLV) Herring 18-27-146-2-0, (WISC) Wilson 10-13-255-2-0, Brennan 1-2-3-0-0. Receiving: (UNLV) Johnson 7-51, Payne 4-291, Randle 2-35, Vea 2-14-1, Harrington 1-11, Vidal 1-6, Cornett 1-0 (WISC) Ball 2-67, Toon 2-54, Pederson 2-20, Ewing 1-41, White 1-40, Abbrederis 1-23, Duckworth 1-10, Doe 1-3. Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Hodge 6 (WISC) Borland 7. Sacks: (UNLV) Jackson 1-11 (WISC) Nzegwu 2-10, Gilbert 1-9. Interceptions: None

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relentless pressure, but didn’t have many options and finished 18 of 27 for 146 yards. UNLV failed to convert its first nine third-down conversions, and one second-quarter sequence highlighted the Rebels’ struggles. Wide receiver Phillip Payne committed a 15-yard personal foul for a late hit, center Robert Waterman snapped the ball over Herring’s head for an 8-yard loss, Payne dropped a pass with no defender nearby and Nolan Kohorst pulled a 52-yard field goal wide left. Russell Wilson threw two touchdown passes and ran for another in his Wisconsin debut and Montee Ball scored four times for the Badgers, who built a 51-3 lead. All the attention was on Wilson, the North Carolina State transfer who is using his last year of eligibility at Wisconsin in hopes of getting the Badgers back to the Rose Bowl or better. UNLV (0-1) had some good moments. Herring’s two second-half touchdown passes forced the Badgers to send most of their first-team defense back on the field in the fourth quarter. In some ways it was a typical Wisconsin opener. The Badgers scored on their first drive of the season for the sixth straight year. In some ways, it was very different: the temperature at kickoff was 90 degrees. Wisconsin (1-0) made it 13-0 when Ball took a handoff, busted through two arm tackles and highstepped to avoid Quinton Pointer’s desperation dive for a 22-yard touchdown. It was 20-0 when Wilson found top target Nick Toon for completions of 39 and 15 yards before James White punched it into the end zone from a yard out. Ball, who finished with 63 yards rushing, also scored on a pair of 1-yard runs, making it 51-3 midway through the third quarter. Kohorst hit a 37-yard field goal, but Wilson dropped back to pass on the next possession, broke to the right and saw no pursuit behind him for his 46-yard TD scamper as the Badgers led 37-3 at halftime after a field goal. Wilson finished 10 of 13 for 255 yards.

REBEL NOTES

Phillip Payne’s touchdown reception in the third quarter gave the senior 20 scores for his career, which moved him into third place on the school’s all-time list for TD catches. Junior college transfer punter/kicker Chase Lansford had a big debut for the Rebels, hitting a 56-yard punt on his first attempt and finishing averaging 44.4 yards on five attempts. UNLV has played Wisconsin more times (10) than any other BCS Auto-Bid Conference team but the 2011 game was the last one scheduled in the series for the time being.  The Rebels appeared on ESPN for the first time since opening the 2004 season at Tennessee. The high-flying Badgers only had one more total first down in the game than the Rebels. Another JC transfer, LB Princeton Jackson, had five TT and his team’s only QB sack in his debut off the bench. The Rebels appeared in 3D for the first time as ESPN also showed the game on its ESPN 3D channel.

COUGARS ROLL TO WIN PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) - Marshall Lobbestael threw for career highs of 361 yards and five touchdowns as Washington State pounded UNLV 59-7 Saturday. Washington State (2-0) scored touchdowns on its first five possessions and held a 35-0 lead at halftime to win its first two games of the season for the first time since 2005. This is also its first two-game winning streak under Paul Wulff, who is in his fourth season as coach. Lobbestael, who took over as starter after Jeff Tuel suffered a fractured collarbone last week, completed 24 of 32 passes. The fifth-year senior was not intercepted. UNLV (0-2) was scoreless until Tim Cornett’s UNLV WSU

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WSU - Galvin 48-yd run (Furney kick) 12:38 1st WSU - Karstetter 5-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) 6:37 1st WSU - Karstetter 19-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) 14:54 2nd WSU - Barton 21-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) 10:23 2nd WSU - Lintz 23-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) 7:00 2nd WSU - Furney 46-yd FG 9:08 3rd WSU - Wilson 7-yd pass from Lobbestael (Furney kick) 3:59 3rd WSU - Williams 57-yd pass from Halliday (Furney kick) 14:15 4th WSU - Bontemps 10-yd pass from Halliday (Gauper kick) 5:42 4th UNLV - Cornett 95-yd kick return (Kohorst kick) 5:29 4th UNLV First Downs 9 Rushes-Yards 34-98 Passing Yards 60 Passes (A-C-I) 11-20-0 Total Offense 158 Punt returns-Yards 0-0 Kick Returns-Yards 7-228 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 1-8 Punts-Average 7-41.1 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 10-85 Possession Time 29:07

WSU 32 39-139 474 29-38-0 610 4-24 1-21 0-0 2-14 1-26.0 1-1 6-55 30:53

Rushing: (UNLV) Bradford 9-42, Cornett 1042, Randle 8-15, Johnson 1-0, Herring 6-(-1) (WSU) Galvin 5-80-1, Winston 9-32, Mason 7-22, Mitz 7-5, Barton 1-5, Oertel 8-5, Team 1-(-2), Lobbestael 1-(-8). Passing: (UNLV) Herring 11-20-60-0-0, (WSU) Lobbestael 24-32-361-5-0, Halliday 5-6-110-2-0. Receiving: (UNLV) Johnson 5-35, Vea 2-4, Davis 1-9, Vidal 1-6, Barefield 1-3, Payne 1-3 (WSU) Karstetter 6-66-2, Wilson 5-102-1, WIlliams 4-89-1, Barton 4-69-1, Myers 2-35, Eaddy 2-22, Galvin 2-17, Ratliff 1-32, Lintz 1-23-1, Bontemps 1-10-1, Winston 1-6. Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Carter, Harper 7 (WSU) Mizell 7. Sacks: (UNLV) Dunlap 1-8 (WISC) Bock 1-7, Pole 0.5-3, Long 0.5-4. Interceptions: None

95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter. The Rebels gained just 158 yards and could not stop the WSU offense, which produced 610 yards. Backup quarterback Connor Halliday threw a pair of late touchdown passes for WSU, giving them seven for the game. UNLV was coming off a 51-17 loss at No. 8 Wisconsin and is trying to rebuild under secondyear coach Bobby Hauck. Quarterback Caleb Herring completed just 11-of-20 passes for 60 yards. Marquess Wilson caught five passes for 102 yards and a touchdown for WSU. Jared Karstetter had six receptions for 66 yards and two touchdowns. This one was over early, as Rickey Galvin ran 48 yards for a touchdown on WSU’s opening drive. Galvin finished with 80 yards on five carries. On WSU’s second possession, Karstetter caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from Lobbestael to cap a 74-yard drive for a 14-0 Cougars’ lead. On WSU’s third possession, Lobbestael completed passes of 22 and 37 yards to Wilson, then hit a diving Karstetter for a 19-yard touchdown strike in the end zone. At that point Lobbestael had completed nine of his first 10 passes for 145 yards. The Rebels, meanwhile, managed only 41 yards in the first quarter and their first three drives ended in punts. Lobbestael led the Cougars’ on an 80-yard drive on their fourth possession, and threaded the ball through a pair of defenders to hit Isiah Barton in the end zone for a 21-yard touchdown pass. Just over 3 minutes later, Lobbestael hit tight end Andrei Lintz on a 23-yard touchdown pass to close first half scoring. Lobbestael completed 18 of 21 passes for 274 yards in the first half, and WSU had 372 total yards in the first half while holding UNLV to 95 yards. In the third quarter, Andrew Furney kicked a 46-yard field goal and Lobbestael threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to Wilson for a 45-0 lead. Lobbestael, who led WSU to a 64-21 win last weekend against Idaho State, had thrown for only seven touchdowns in his previous three years as a WSU player. This is the first meeting between the two programs since 1991, and WSU has won all five times they have played.

REBEL NOTES

 UNLV fell to 0-5 all-time vs. Washington State and 6-25 vs. teams currently making up the Pac-12 Conference. The Rebels opened up against opponents from BCS Auto-Bid conferences in back-toback games for the fourth time in history. UNLV fell to 0-2 all-time in Pullman as two of the previous meetings took place in Spokane. The Cougars will return the game by coming to Las Vegas on Sept. 15, 2012.  The two head coaches faced each other for the sixth time as Bobby Hauck’s Montana Grizzlies went 4-1 vs. Paul Wulff’s Eastern Washington Eagles from 2003-07. Redshirt freshman LB Perry Cooper made his Rebel debut playing on special teams. Tim Cornett’s 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown went down as the third-longest return in UNLV history and longest since 1999.  The Rebels blocked a WSU field goal attempt in the fourth quarter.


2011 GAME REVIEWS UNLV HAWAI’I

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UNLV SOUTHERN UTAH

GAME 3

GAME 4

Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas, Nev. Sept. 17, 2011 • Att. 21,248

Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas, Nev. Sept. 24, 2011 • Att. 18,102

REBELS DOMINATE IN HOME OPENER LAS VEGAS - Caleb Herring connected on a pair of touchdowns passes to Phillip Payne and the UNLV defense stymied the Hawai’i offense in a thrilling 40-20 win in the 2011 home opener at Sam Boyd Stadium Saturday night. The Rebels forced four fumbles on the night, resulting in 13 points en route to a spectacular defenseive performance. After opening the game with a three and out, UNLV punted and took advantage of the first Hawai’i miscue of the night, recovering a fumble at the 45 yard line. Nine plays later the Rebels got on the board with a 40-yard field goal by Nolan Kohorst. Those points HAWAI’I UNLV

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UNLV - Kohorst 40-yd FG 9:24 1st UNLV - Cornett 80-yard run (Kohorst kick) 1:52 1st UNLV - Payne 6-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 9:42 2nd UH Clapp 10-yard pass from Moniz (Hadden kick) 6:11 2nd UNLV - Payne 33-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 14:45 3rd UNLV - Kohorst 50-yd FG 10:47 3rd UH Clapp 24-yard pass from Moniz (Hadden kick) 5:04 3rd UNLV - Cornett 1-yard run (Conversion failed) 14:28 4th UNLV - Randle 1-yard run (Kohorst kick) 5:01 4th UH Graves 1-yard run (Conversion failed) 1:21 4th UH First Downs 16 Rushes-Yards 16-6 Passing Yards 284 Passes (A-C-I) 41-25-0 Total Offense 290 Punt returns-Yards 1-0 Kick Returns-Yards 8-164 Interceptions-Yards 1-0 Sacks By-Yards 3-23 Punts-Average 5-33.6 Fumbles-Lost 4-4 Penalties-Yards 5-54 Possession Time 24:49

UNLV 22 42-186 179 30-18-1 365 0-0 1-17 0-0 3-24 4-40.5 0-0 5-40 35:05

Rushing: (UH) Jackson 5-34, Iosefa 3-1, Graves 1-1, Team 1-(-2), Moniz 6-(-28) (UNLV) Cornett 11-106-2, Randle 19-78-1, Herring 10-4, Johnson 2-(-2). Passing: (UH) Moniz 20-36-0-233-2, Graves 5-5-0-51-0 (UNLV) Herring 17-29-1-178-2, Reilly 1-1-0-1-0. Receiving: (UH) Stutzman 9-136, Clapp 9-83-2, Bright 3-28, Pollard 2-32, Iosefa 1-6, Jackson 1-(-1) (UNLV) Payne 7-98-2, Cornett 3-22, Johnson 2-21, Harrington 2-20, Randle 1-14, Mays 1-6, James 1-1, Herring 1-(-3). Tackle Leaders: (UH) Paredes 13 (UNLV) Hodge 6. Sacks: (UH) Brown 1.5-10, Laurel 1.0-9, Paredes 0.5-4 (UNLV) Chandler 1-15, Kravetz 0.5-1, Carter 0.5-3, Dunlap 0.5-2, AllmangWilder 0.5-3. Interceptions: (UH) Hardy-Tuliau 1-0

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marked the first time in the Bobby Hauck era that the Rebels had struck first in a game. Following a Hawai’i punt, the Rebels took over on their own 20 with just over two minutes to go in the opening quarter. Tim Cornett needed just one carry to extend the Rebel lead to 10-0, breaking off an 80-yard touchdown run down the sideline. Cornett finished the game with 106 yards and two touchdowns, marking his first 100-yard effort in Rebel Red. Herring found Payne from six yards out to make it 17-0. The catch capped a 10-play, 71-yard drive for UNLV. The Warriors cut the lead to 17-7 after Bryant Moniz found Justin Clapp from 10 yards out with 6:11 remaining in the first half. Hawai’i fumbled the second half kick, allowing the Rebels to set up shop on the Warriors 33 yard line. One play and a ridiculous catch in traffic by Payne quickly made it 24-7 in favor of UNLV. Payne, who moved second-place on the all-time touchdown receptions list and 10th on the all-time receiving yards list finished the night with seven catches for 98 yards. The Warriors’ third fumble of the night led way to Kohorst’s second field goal of the game, a 50-yarder, bringing the score to 27-7. Clapp caught his second touchdown of the night to bring the score to 27-14, but the Rebels responded with an 11-play, 80-yard drive with Cornett taking it in from a yard out to push the lead to 33-14. The Rebels final score of the night - a oneyard run by Bradley Randle - put the game out of reach at 40-14 with just over five minutes to go in the fourth. Hawai’i would add a late touchdown to bring the final count to 40-20. Defensively, the Rebels were led by Sidney Hodge, who totaled six tackles and a fumble recovery. Will Chandler had two tackles, a sack and a forced fumble on the night.

REBEL NOTES

 The Rebels snapped a five-game losing streak overall and improved to 28-16 all-time in season home openers, including taking three of their last four such games. Sophomore Caleb Herring earned his first career victory as a starting quarterback at UNLV after completing 17 of 29 attempts for 178 yards and two TDs. UNLV junior-college transfer Sean Reilly also saw his first time at QB for the Rebels and completed his only attempted pass for one yard. Tim Cornett’s 80-yard touchdown run in the first quarter marked the longest rush by a UNLV player since Darin Brightmon went 89 yards vs. New Mexico State on Sept. 23, 1989. It tied for the eighth-longest rush in school history. It also came one week after the sophomore went 95 yards on a kickoff return for a TD at Washington State. UNLV senior WR Phillip Payne caught seven passes for 98 yards and two scores. His two touchdowns gave him 22 in his career, which is second all-time at the school behind only Henry Bailey, who had 24 from 1991-94. Payne’s career receiving yards total improved to 1,916, which ranks 10th all-time at the school. Cornett finished with 106 yards on just 11 carries to give the sophomore his first career 100-yard game. He also caught three passes for 22 yards.

UNLV THROWS ONE AWAY LAS VEGAS - Starting quarterback Caleb Herring threw three internceptions that were returned for touchdowns as UNLV dropped a game to an NCAA FCS team for the first time since 1994, falling to Southern Utah, 41-16 Saturday night at Sam Boyd Stadium. The Rebels (1-3) took an early 7-0 lead after holder Mike Clausen found Austin Harrington from 23 yards out on a fake field goal on UNLV’s second drive. Daniel Harper’s first-quarter interception marked the first of the year for him and just the second for the UNLV defense. The Rebels lined up five plays later SUU UNLV

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UNLV - Harrington 23-yard pass from Clausen (Kohorst kick) 9:58 1st SUU - Cook 35-yd FG 13:07 2nd SUU - Witzman 35-yard INT return (Cook kick) 11:11 2nd UNLV - Kohorst 45-yd FG :10 2nd SUU - Fenn 22-yard INT return (kick failed) 14:53 3rd SUU - Minefee 6-yard run (2pt. conversion good) 7:37 3rd SUU - Cook 40-yd FG 14:14 4th SUU - Minefee 2-yard run (Miller kick) 9:11 4th SUU - Vonner 74-yard INT return (Miller kick) 8:12 4th UNLV - Payne 19-yard pass from Herring (Conversion failed) :25 4th SUU First Downs 16 Rushes-Yards 26-78 Passing Yards 178 Passes (A-C-I) 34-16-2 Total Offense 256 Punt returns-Yards 1-1 Kick Returns-Yards 2-52 Interceptions-Yards 3-131 Sacks By-Yards 6-30 Punts-Average 5-43.4 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 Penalties-Yards 4-26 Possession Time 24:38

UNLV 21 38-108 294 49-29-3 402 5-43 6-129 2-0 0-0 5-47.4 4-2 8-95 35:22

Rushing: (SUU) Minefee 16-61-2, Sorensen 3-13, Alexander 4-5, Tagliaferri 2-1, Team 1-(-2) (UNLV) Cornett 11-65, Randle 9-28, Bradford 4-25, Herring 12-2, Reilly 2-(-12). Passing: (SUU) Sorensen 16-34-2-178-0 (UNLV) Herring 23-41-3-223-1, Reilly 5-6-0-480, Lansford 0-1-0-0-0, Clausen 1-1-0-23-1. Receiving: (SUU) Moala 5-71, Ursua 4-78, Minefee 3-24, Measom 2-4, Fox 1-2, Alexander 1-(-1) (UNLV) Payne 13-175-1, Cornett 4-12, Mays 3-28, Davis 2-25, Bradford 2-7, Harrington 1-23, Barefield 1-11, Randle 1-5, Johnson 1-5, Vidal 1-3. Tackle Leaders: (SUU) Hansen 10 (UNLV) Carter 7. Sacks: (SUU) Larsen 2.0-8, Osborne 2.0-10, Tukuafu 1.0-7, Heinreich 1.0-5 (UNLV) 0. Interceptions: (SUU) Fenn 1-22, Vonner 1-74, Witzmann 1-35 (UNLV) Harper 1-0, Maki 1-0

with 1st and goal from the one, but following a pass interference call that backed them up to the 16-yard line, Herring was sacked and fumbled the ball away. Colton Cook’s 35-yard field goal early in the second quarter gave the Thunderbirds the 10-7 lead. UNLV’s Nolan Kohorst would knot the game at 10-10 with a 45-yarder with 10 seconds remaining in the half. The Rebel offensive miscues continued at the start of the second half with Herring throwing his second interception, returned by Nick Witzmann 35 yards for the score, giving SUU the 16-10 edge. Austin Minefee’s six-yard touchdown run with just over seven minutes left in the third pushed the lead to 24-10. Minefee would add a second touchdown in the fourth quarter before finishing with 61 yards on the night. Erron Vonner’s interception return put SUU ahead 41-10, sealing the win for the visiting Thunderbirds. UNLV added a late touchdown when Herring found Phillip Payne from 19 yards out. Payne finished with a career-high numbers for both receptions (13) and yards receiving (175). Nate Carter led the Rebel defense with seven total tackles, including one for a loss. Tani Maka finished with one tackle and an interception in the first quarter, marking the first of the year for UNLV.

REBEL NOTES

Tani Maka not only picked off his first career interception in the first quarter. It marked the first interception of the year for the Rebels.  UNLV faked a 41-yard field goal attempt that saw holder (and former QB) Mike Clausen instead throw a 23-yard touchdown to tight end Austin Harrington to give the Rebels a 7-0 lead. The successful fake meant UNLV scored first in two straight games after going 15 straight games seeing the opponent score first. Senior Phillip Payne had a career night in the loss with 13 receptions for 175 yards and a TD (previous highs were 10 catches for 170 yards). The 13 grabs marked the second-most in UNLV single-game history (Randy Gatewood had an NCAA-record 23 vs. Idaho in 1994). Payne’s 19-yard scoring reception late in the game gave the Las Vegas native four on the season and 23 in his career, which is just one behind all-time record holder Henry Bailey (24 from 1991-94). Payne also became the 10th Rebel in history to reach the 2,000-yard mark as he now has 2,091. He also moved up two places to rank ninth in program history with 152 catches as a Rebel.  Backup QB Sean Reilly saw his first significant action as a Rebel and completed five of six passes for 48 yards. In fact, four different Rebels attempted at least one pass vs. SUU (Herring, Reilly, holder Clausen and punter Chase Lansford -- who attempted a pass on a fake punt).  After committing one turnover in the first three games, UNLV QB Caleb Herring lost a fumble and threw three interceptions for a touchdown in the 41-16 loss.


2011 GAME REVIEWS NEVADA, RENO UNLV

WYOMING UNLV

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GAME 6

GAME 5

War Memorial Stadium • Laramie, Wyo. Oct. 15, 2011 • Att. 22,985

Mackay Stadium • Reno, Nev. Oct. 8, 2011 • Att. 25,978

UNR ROLLS TO RIVALRY VICTORY RENO - The Wolf Pack offense overcame five turnovers and racked up 699 yards of total offense en route to their seventh straight win in the Battle for the Fremont Cannon, defeating UNLV by a 37-0 mark in their home opener at Mackay Stadium. The dual quarterback threat of Tyler Lantrip and Cody Farjado accounted for 459 yards of passing and three touchdowns on the night. The Rebels could not capitalize after taking the ball away from UNR on each of the first two Wolf Pack drives, going three and out after each takeaway. After forcing the third straight three and out from UNLV, the Wolf Pack capped a 14-play, 68-yard drive UNLV UNR

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UNR - Hardison 29-yd FG 2:11 1st UNR - Matthews 90-yard pass from Lantrip (Hardison kick) 7:12 2nd UNR - Louks 34-yard pass from Lantrip (Hardison kick) 1:35 2nd UNR - Hardison 41-yd FG :17 2nd UNR - Hardison 22-yd FG 3:11 3rd UNR - Anderson 32-yard pass from Lantrip (Hardison kick) 13:14 4th UNR - Mark 4-yard run (Hardison kick) 4:33 4th UNLV First Downs 7 Rushes-Yards 39-102 Passing Yards 8 Passes (A-C-I) 14-1-1 Total Offense 110 Punt returns-Yards 1-0 Kick Returns-Yards 7-170 Interceptions-Yards 3-67 Sacks By-Yards 1-6 Punts-Average 9-43.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 5-38 Possession Time 24:21

UNR 31 48-240 459 44-29-3 699 3-3 1-35 1-0 5-32 2-35.0 2-2 5-35 35:04

with a 29-yard Allen Hardison field goal late in the first quarter to take a 3-0 lead. UNR increased its lead to 10-0 with just over seven minutes remaining in the second quarter after Lantrip hit Rishard Matthews for a 90-yard strike down the far sideline. Matthews would finish the night with 10 catches for 220 yards and the second-quarter score. Lantrip wasn’t done though, finding Corbin Louks for a 34-yard touchdown strike with just over a minute remaining in the first half, pushing the lead to 17-0. UNR made it 20-0 on Hardison’s second field goal of the night, this time from 41 yards out with just 17 seconds left on the clock in the opening half. Hardison added his third field goal of the night late in the third quarter, connecting from 22 yards out to make it a 23-0 game. Lantrip’s third touchdown pass of the night came just under two minutes into the fourth quarter, connecting with Shane Anderson from 32 yards out. Lampford Mark punched it in from four yards out to round out the UNR scoring on the night late in the fourth, sealing the shutout. Dionza Bradford rushed for 79 yards on 18 carries for the Rebels, who gained just 110 yards of total offense. Austin Harrington caught the only completion of the night from Caleb Herring, a gain of eight yards on UNLV’s final drive of the night. The UNLV defense was led by Tani Maka who totaled a game-high 13 tackles, including one for a loss. Will Chandler, Mike Clausen and Quinton Pointer each had an interception on the night. Pointer also tallied seven tackles, two forced fumbles and a pass breakup. Lineman Tyler Gaston finished the night with three tackles, including a sack and two for a loss.

Rushing: (UNLV) Bradford 18-79, Randle 4-10, Johnson 3-8, Herring 12-4, Cornett 2-1 (UNR) Jefferson 17-100, Mark 15-75-1, Fajardo 9-40, Lantrip 4-22, Bradley 1-7, Anderson 1-0, Matthews 1-(-4). Passing: (UNLV) Herring 1-14-1-8-0 (UNR) Lantrip 18-29-1-366-3, Fajardo 11-15-2-93-0. Receiving: (UNLV) Harrington 1-8 (UNR) Matthews 10-220-1, Anderson 5-92-1, Louks 3-47-1, Jefferson 3-28, Bradley 3-21, Session 2-26, Arendse 2-19, Jeffers 1-6. Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Maka 13 (UNR) Roy 11. Sacks: (UNLV) Gaston 1.0-6 (UNR) Reynoso 2.0-9, Roy 1.0-8, Marshall 1.0-8, Burnett 1.0-7. Interceptions: (UNLV) Chandler 1-32, Clausen 1-26, Pointer 1-9 (UNR) Wooten 1-0.

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REBEL NOTES

UNLV forced five turnovers in a game for the first time since 2004 at BYU.  The game marked the first shutout in the history of the Battle for the Fremont Cannon.  UNR downed UNLV for the seventh consecutive year, which is the longest streak in the history of the series. The game marked the final one between the in-state rivals that was played as a nonconference affair as UNR will join the Mountain West in 2012. Former UNLV walkon and UNR transfer PK Allen Hardison scored 12 points kicking against his former school. UNLV’s one pass completion for 21 yards were both record lows in a game for the Rebels. The Rebels were shut out for the first time since Halloween 2009 when they were blanked 41-0 at sixth-ranked TCU. Rishard Matthews’ 90-yard touchdown run and catch tied for the longest ever against the Rebels, also by UNR in 2007.

POKES TAKE MOUNTAIN WEST OPENER LARAMIE, Wyo. - UNLV opened its Mountain West season with a 41-14 loss at Wyoming Saturday afternoon as the Cowboys improved to 4-2 overall and the Rebels fell to 1-5 on the year. Playing before a homecoming crowd of 22,985 fans at War Memorial Stadium, the Cowboys jumped out to a quick 20-0 lead before the vistors rallied. Brett Smith’s 41-yard strike to Dominic Rufran gave the Pokes a 7-0 advantage just over a minute and a half into the opening quarter. Alvester Alexander punched it in from a yard out to go up 14-0 before Smith connected with Bruce Spencer from 15 yards out for his second touchdown UNLV WYOMING

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WYO - Rufran 41-yard pass from Smith (kick failed) 13:32 1st WYO - Alexander 1-yard run (Sullivan kick) 9:56 1st WYO - Bruce 15-yard pass from Smith (Sullivan kick) :07 1st UNLV - Cornett 3-yard run (Kohorst kick) 7:03 2nd UNLV - Cornett 9-yard run (Kohorst kick) 3:12 2nd WYO - Sullivan 24-yd FG 9:10 3rd WYO - McNeil 76-yard punt return (Sullivan kick) 2:50 3rd WYO - Smith 28-yard pass from McNeil (2pt. conversion good) 14:50 4th WYO - Sullivan 28-yd FG 6:18 4th UNLV First Downs 12 Rushes-Yards 48-153 Passing Yards 104 Passes (A-C-I) 21-9-1 Total Offense 257 Punt returns-Yards 2-9 Kick Returns-Yards 6-118 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 1-6 Punts-Average 9-41.6 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 9-73 Possession Time 32:19

WYO 19 45-231 124 20-11-0 355 4-106 2-42 1-12 4-25 6-45.0 3-1 1-5 27:41

Rushing: (UNLV) Bradford 22-104, Randle 11-35, Cornett 8-25-2, Herring 1-13, Barnhill 2-1, Reilly 4-(-25) (WYO) Alexander 14-74-1, Smith 10-59, Muhammad 14-49, Miller 3-31, Kirkegaard 1-12, Herron 2-8. Passing: (UNLV) Reilly 7-16-1-79-0, Herring 2-5-0-25-0 (WYO) Smith 10-19-0-96-2, McNeil 1-1-0-28-1. Receiving: (UNLV) Johnson 2-23, Payne 1-32, Cornett 1-19, Bradford 1-9, Barefield 1-9, Randle 1-6, Harrington 1-3, Rodgers 1-3 (WYO) Doctson 3-11, Herron 2-20, Rufran 1-41-1, Smith 1-28-1, Bruce 1-15-1, Miller 1-5, Ogbonna 1-4, Muhammad 1-0. Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Maka 7 (WYO) Hendricks, Ruff, Knapton 10. Sacks: (UNLV) Dunlap 1.0-6 (WYO) Durbin 2.0-12, Knapton 1.0-8, Biezuns 1.0-5. Interceptions: (UNLV) None (WYO) Anderson 1-12.

of the quarter, putting Wyoming on top 20-0. A pair of Tim Cornett touchdown runs (from three and nine yards) in the second quarter brought the Rebels to within 20-14 at halftime. The UNLV defense held Wyoming to just six total plays for a eight yards in the second quarter in the process. However, UNLV went three-and-out after receiving the third-quarter kickoff and saw mommentum swing back to the home team. Wyoming eventually got a 24-yard field goal to extend the lead before Chris McNeil returned a punt 76 yards for a score to make it 30-14 late in the third quarter. McNeill found Smith for a 28-yard strike on the first play of the fourth quarter and added a two-point conversion to make it a 38-14 game. Daniel Sullivan’s 28-yard field goal with just over six minutes left capped the scoring on the afternoon. Wyoming outgained UNLV 231-154 on the ground and earned a 355-258 advantage in total yards. The Rebels committed nine penalties for 73 yards compared to just one for five for UW. Five players were making their first start for the young Rebels, including true freshman running back Dionza Bradford, who gained 104 yards on 22 carries to post the team’s second 100-yard effort of the season. Junior-college transfer Sean Reilly made his first start at quarterback and completed seven of 16 attempts for 79 yards and one interception. Senior defensive lineman James Dunlap led the way for the Rebels on that side of the ball, finishing with seven total tackles, a quarterback sack and a forced fumble.

REBEL NOTES

 Wyoming’s win tied the all-time series at 10-10. Making their first career starts for UNLV vs. Wyoming: QB Sean Reilly (junior), RB Dionza Bradford (freshman), OL Cameron Jefferson (freshman), WR Devante Davis (freshman) and DL Tyler Gaston (sophomore).  UNLV redshirt freshman Taylor Barnhill saw his first career action at quarterback. He previously played in 2011 on special teams. Barnhill did not throw a pass but rushed twice for a net of one yard. UNLV snapped a five-quarter scoreless streak with a three-yard TD rush by Tim Cornett in the second quarter. On the very next drive, Cornett found the end zone again from nine yards out to give him four rushing scores of the year and 10 in his Rebel career. Freshman RB Dionza Bradford rushed for a career-high 89 yards in the first half alone. He finished with 104 on 22 carries to mark his first 100-yard game and the team’s second of the season (Tim Cornett).  Wyoming returned a punt 76 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter. It marked the first time a Rebel opponent returned a punt for a score since Shaky Smithson of Utah did it on Sept. 11, 2010.


2011 GAME REVIEWS UNLV COLORADO STATE

38 35

UNLV 21 NO. 5/5 BOISE STATE 48

GAME 7

GAME 8

Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas, Nev. Oct. 29, 2011 • Att. 21,289

Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas, Nev. Nov. 5, 2011 • Att. 26,281

UNLV WINS THRILLER IN FINAL MINUTE LAS VEGAS (AP) - Quarterback Caleb Herring had a 5-yard touchdown run with 1:20 remaining to lift UNLV to a 38-35 victory over Colorado State on Saturday. In a game with eight lead changes, Phillip Payne had two TD catches for the Rebels (2-5, 1-1 Mountain West) to break the school’s career record. The senior has 25 scoring receptions. Pete Thomas was 17-of-30 for 230 yards and a touchdown for the Rams (3-5, 1-2), but a late scoring chance was denied when his deflected pass was intercepted by Tani Maka at the UNLV 28-yard line with 35 seconds remaining. Chris Nwoke led Colorado State with 156 yards CSU UNLV

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UNLV - Kohorst 43-yd FG 10:09 1st CSU - Barrett 52-yd INT return (Vandermolen kick) 5:14 1st UNLV - Purvis 98-yd kickoff return (Kohorst kick) 4:59 1st CSU - Vandermolen 40-yd FG 8:09 2nd CSU - Vandermolen 23-yd FG 2:23 2nd UNLV - Payne 8-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 0:14 2nd CSU - Gillmore 1-yard pass from Thomas (Vandermolen kick) 11:27 3rd UNLV - Payne 31-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 2:47 3rd UNLV - Bradford 1-yard run (Kohorst kick) 11:35 4th CSU - Thomas 12-yard run (2pt. conversion good) 7:39 4th CSU - Nwoke 4-yard run (Vandermolen kick) 4:06 4th UNLV - Herring 5-yard run (Kohorst kick) 1:20 4th CSU First Downs 26 Rushes-Yards 47-250 Passing Yards 230 Passes (A-C-I) 30-17-1 Total Offense 480 Punt returns-Yards 1-1 Kick Returns-Yards 7-139 Interceptions-Yards 1-52-1 Sacks By-Yards 2-11 Punts-Average 1-34.0 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 Penalties-Yards 8-60 Possession Time 32:26

UNLV 20 46-244 117 16-11-1 361 1-4 7-269-1 1-0 4-29 4-42.8 0-0 5-60 27:34

Rushing: (CSU) Nwoke 23-156-1, Carter 11-43, Clubb 1-34, Thomas 11-19-1, Lovett 1-(-2) (UNLV) Bradford 21-122-1, Cornett 11-67, Johnson 1-28, Herring 5-22-1, Randle 6-9, Team 2-(-4). Passing: (CSU) Thomas 17-30-1-230-1 (UNLV) Herring 9-13-0-90-2, Reilly 2-3-1-27-0. Receiving: (CSU) Gillmore 6-81-1, Greenwood 3-54, Cartwright 2-50, Brown 2-2, Coffman 1-17, Nwoke 1-14, Levin 1-12, Carter 1-0 (UNLV) Payne 3-48, Vidal 3-20, Johnson 2-27, Bradford 2-4, Harrington 1-18. Tackle Leaders: (CSU) Orakpo 12 (UNLV) Pointer 10. Sacks: (CSU) Skelton 1.0-4, James 1.0-7 (UNLV) Dunlap 2.0-14, Gaston 1.0-8, Jackson 1.0-7. Interceptions: (CSU) Barrett 1-52-1 (UNLV) Maka 1-0

rushing on 23 carries. His touchdown from 4 yards out, set up by a long return of a blocked field goal, gave the Rams a 35-31 lead with 4:13 remaining. Dionza Bradford had 122 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries for UNLV. Payne’s second TD and Bradford’s 1-yard scoring run gave the Rebels a 31-20 lead. Colorado State cut it 31-28 with Thomas’ 12yard touchdown run and a two-point conversion run by Nwoke. UNLV’s next drive ended when Shaq Bell blocked Nolan Kohorst’s 34-yard field-goal attempt, and Austin Gray ran it back 61 yards to set up Nwoke’s scoring run. Playing their first afternoon home game in five years, the Rebels led 17-13 at halftime. Herring hit Payne in the end zone with 14 seconds left in the first half, a score set up by a fumble recovery on a punt at the Rams’ 11-yard line. Payne’s second score broke the school record held by Henry Bailey (1990-94). Colorado State took a 7-3 on Shaqui Barrett’s 52-yard interception return of a Sean Reilly pass for a touchdown with 5:14 left in the quarter. On the ensuing kickoff, Deante’ Purvis ran it back 98 yards for a TD. Reilly, who was 2-of-3 for 27 yards, was relieved by Herring with 2:55 remaining in the first quarter. Herring finished 9-of-13 for 90 yards.

REBEL NOTES

UNLV’s 38-35 victory over Colorado State was the first game under second-year head coach Bobby Hauck – win or lose -- that was decided by 14 points or less. The previous closest game during Hauck’s 20 all-time games at the school was a 35-20 loss (15 points) to Air Force on Nov. 18, 2010. The three-point win was the closest for the Rebels since nipping Hawaii 34-33 on Sept. 19, 2009. It was also the sixth game of the 13 Mountain West meetings between UNLV and CSU that was decided by four points or less.  UNLV downed Colorado State at home in back-to-back attempts for the first time. The Rams still hold a 6-2-1 all-time record vs. the Rebels at Sam Boyd Stadium and 13-6-1 overall. UNLV’s net rushing total of 244 yards was the program’s highest since gaining 275 vs. San Diego State on Nov. 10, 2007. The four quarterback sacks marked the most by a UNLV team since getting the same amount at New Mexico on Oct. 24, 2009. UNLV senior Phillip Payne’s two touchdown receptions vs. the Rams made him the Rebels’ all-time receiving TD king. He tied the record held by Henry Bailey (24 from 1991-94) with an eight-yard pass from Caleb Herring in the second quarter. He then broke the record when his 25th came on a 31-yard catch and score (also from Herring) in the third quarter. CSU returned a Sean Reilly pass attempt 52 yards for a score in the first quarter. It marked the fourth pick-six by a Rebel opponent in the last four games and in a span of just four quarters at home (Caleb Herring threw three vs. Southern Utah). UNLV immediately answered the interception with a 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Deante’ Purvis. It marked the second-longest kickoff return in school history, following only Ken Bowles’ 99-yarder vs. Cal Poly in 1976. The KOR for a TD was the second of Purvis’ career. The senior also had one for 94 yards vs. BYU in 2009. He became the first Rebel in history to have more than kickoff return for a score as a Rebel.

STRONG FIRST HALF NOT ENOUGH LAS VEGAS (AP) - Kellen Moore threw five touchdown passes to become college football’s winningest quarterback and No. 5 Boise State brushed off a first-half scare from UNLV in a 48-21 victory Saturday night. During the first half, the Broncos looked nothing like the 41-point favorites Las Vegas casinos thought they were. Two of their three first-half touchdowns were set up by UNLV mistakes. After Boise jumped out to a quick 7-0 lead, UNLV answered right back when Dionza Bradford capped the Rebels ensuing drive with a 13-yard touchdown. Early in the second quarter, Boise State blocked a punt and took over needing 40 yards to score. Less than two minutes later, Moore hit Miller for a 30-yard BSU UNLV

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BSU - Linehan 2-yard pass from Moore (Goodale kick) 9:26 1st UNLV - Bradford 13-yard run (Kohorst kick) 5:43 1st BSU - Miller 30-yard pass from Moore (Goodale kick) 9:37 2nd UNLV - Johnson 33-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) 4:49 2nd BSU - Miller 5-yard pass from Moore (Goodale kick) :25 2nd BSU - Shoemaker 51-yard pass from Moore (Goodale kick) 8:37 3rd BSU - Shoemaker 5-yard pass from Moore (kick failed) 14:48 4th BSU - Harper 36-yard run (Goodale kick) 12:04 4th BSU - Wright 15-yard run (Goodale kick) 1:46 4th UNLV - Payne 13-yard pass from Herring (Kohorst kick) :30 4th BSU First Downs 20 Rushes-Yards 34-185 Passing Yards 231 Passes (A-C-I) 34-21-0 Total Offense 416 Punt returns-Yards 5-42 Kick Returns-Yards 1-14 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 2-9 Punts-Average 5-39.6 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 Penalties-Yards 4-53 Possession Time 28:48

UNLV 17 35-182 137 24-14-0 319 2-8 6-93 0-0 1-2 8-37.4 1-0 9-84 31:12

Rushing: (BSU) Harper 13-109-1, Wright 8-47-1, Percy 1-20, Martin 6-9, Hedrick 2-3, Burroughs 2-1, Moore 2-(-4) (UNLV) Randle 10-96, Bradford 16-46-1, Herring 9-40. Passing: (BSU) Moore 18-31-0-219-5, Southwick 3-3-0-12-0 (UNLV) Herring 12-17-0-114-1, Reilly 2-7-0-23-1. Receiving: (BSU) Miller 6-58-2, Shoemaker 5-102-2, Boldewijn 2-22, Harper 2-10, Burroughs 1-16, Moore 1-12, Martin 1-5, Potter 1-3, Linehan 1-2-1, Koch 1-1 (UNLV) Payne 7-60-1, Johnson 3-50-1, Vidal 2-12, Barefield 1-13, Harrington 1-2. Tackle Leaders: (BSU) McClellin 8 (UNLV) Lotulelei 13. Sacks: (BSU) McClellin 1.0-4, Crawford 1.0-5 (UNLV) Klorman 1.0-2. Interceptions: (BSU) None (UNLV) None.

touchdown. Once again, the Rebels fought right back and finished a 10-play drive when Caleb Herring connected with Michael Johnson for a 33-yard score to tie it up at 14-14. Herring finished 12-of17 for 117 yards and the one touchdown. Just before halftime, UNLV was called for pass interference and penalized 15 yards, setting up first-and-goal for the Broncos with just over a minute left. Three plays later, Moore found Miller again for a 5-yard score. At the break, each team had run 32 offensive plays, but UNLV had 198 yards compared with 161 for Boise State. UNLV coach Bobby Hauck said he was happier with his team’s play in the first half, but it still missed opportunities. Moore threw two touchdowns each to Tyler Shoemaker and Matt Miller, racking up 224 yards through the air on 18-of-31 passing despite leaving the game early in the fourth quarter. The victory gave Moore 46 career wins, one more than former Texas star Colt McCoy. Moore, in his fourth year as Boise State’s starting quarterback, is 46-2, tops all-time among FBS quarterbacks in winning percentage (95.8 percent). Stanford’s Andrew Luck is second at 85.3 percent (29-5). Boise State (8-0, 3-0) pulled away from UNLV during the second half, as Moore found Shoemaker streaking past UNLV’s secondary in the middle of the field for a 51-yard touchdown with 8:37 left in the third quarter. On its next possession, the Broncos faked a punt on fourth-and-8, snapping the ball to J.C. Percy and letting him run 20 yards before he was tackled at the UNLV 31-yard line. Shoemaker then gave Moore his fifth touchdown as the fourth quarter began by managing to catch a ball that had been deflected in the end zone by a UNLV defender. DJ Harper and Drew Wright added rushing touchdowns for the Broncos in the fourth quarter. Bradford finished the game with 46 yards on 16 carried for UNLV and Bradley Randle racked up 96 yards on just 10 carries. The matchup was the first between the teams since the 1970s, and could be their last for a while if Boise State leaves the Mountain West after one year for the Big East Conference.

REBEL NOTES

 Boise State defeated UNLV in Las Vegas for the first time in four all-time attempts. The Broncos took a 4-3 lead in the all-time series that was renewed this year for the first time since 1977. The 48-21 final marked the first time in the series that a visiting team won the game. No. 5/5 Boise State was the second-highest ranked team to ever play in Las Vegas. Only No. 4/4 TCU was ranked higher in 2010. The Broncos also tied for the third-highest ranked team to ever face the Rebels behind No. 2/2 Tennessee in 1996 and the Horned Frogs. The 2007 Wisconsin team was also ranked No. 5/5. Freshman running back Dionza Bradford scored from 13 yards out for his second career touchdown. Making his second career start, he finished with 46 net yards on 16 carries to snap his two-game streak of 100-yard efforts. Sophomore running back Bradley Randle ran for a career-high 96 yards, besting the 78 yards he gained vs. Hawaii earlier in 2011. His night included a career-long 55 yarder.  Making his first career start, linebacker John Lotulelei turned in a game-high 13 total tackles. The JC transfer was filling in for regular starter Tani Maka, who was one of five Rebels suspended by UNLV for the game.


2011 GAME REVIEWS NEW MEXICO UNLV

21 14

AIR FORCE UNLV

GAME 9

GAME 10

University Stadium • Albuquerque, N.M. Nov. 12, 2011 • Att. 14,937

Falcon Stadium • Colorado Springs, Colo. Nov. 19, 2011 • Att. 24,401

LOBOS FORCE FUMBLE FOR LATE WIN ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Demarcus Rogers scored a 2-yard touchdown with 1:15 left Saturday as New Mexico defeated UNLV 21-14 for its first victory of the season. Rogers’ run capped a 34-yard drive set up by Jaymar Latchison’s fumble recovery with 1:58 remaining. New Mexico (1-9, 1-4 Mountain West) opened the game with an 80-yard touchdown catch-and-run from wide receiver Deon Long, then Rogers added a 1-yard touchdown midway through the first quarter as UNLV NEW MEXICO

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UNM - Long 80-yard pass from Holbrook (Aho kick) 14:51 1st UNLV - Bradford 45-yard run (Kohorst kick) 8:50 1st UNM - Rogers 1-yard run (Aho kick) :32 1st UNLV - Cornett 4-yard run (Kohorst kick) 14:22 4th UNM - Rogers 2-yard run (Aho kick) 1:15 4th UNLV First Downs 16 Rushes-Yards 46-268 Passing Yards 61 Passes (A-C-I) 14-8-0 Total Offense 329 Punt returns-Yards 0-0 Kick Returns-Yards 4-59 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 2-10 Punts-Average 6-37.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 9-73 Possession Time 29:13

UNM 19 41-141 274 24-15-0 415 2-2 1-23 0-0 0-0 3-38.0 1-1 4-20 30:47

Rushing: (UNLV) Bradford 20-152-1, Barnhill 17-77, Cornett 9-39-1 (UNM) Gongbay 1393, Rogers 12-47-2, Wright 2-9, Barr 2-5, Holbrook 8-(-1), Team 3-(-6), Solomon 1-(-6). Passing: (UNLV) Barnhill 7-10-0-54-0, Reilly 1-4-0-7-0 (UNM) Holbrook 15-23-0-274-1, Austin 0-1-0-0-0. Receiving: (UNLV) Payne 4-31, Johnson 1-10, Davis D., 1-8, Harrington 1-8, Vidal 1-4 (UNM) Solomon 6-94, Reed 4-58, Long 2-99-1, Merritt 1-11, Rogers 1-6, Barr 1-6. Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Pointer 9 (UNM) Messina 14. Sacks: (UNLV) Dunlap 2.0-10 (UNM) None. Interceptions: (UNLV) None (UNM) None.

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the Lobos topped their first-quarter scoring output for the entire season. Crusoe Gongbay had a career-high 93 yards on 13 carries for New Mexico, while quarterback B.R. Holbrook was 15 of 23 for 274 yards. UNLV’s Dion Bradford rushed for a careerhigh 152 yards on 20 carries, but the Rebels (2-7, 1-3) could only manage 61 yards through the air. Rebel quarterback Taylor Barnhill got his first start of the season in place of injured Caleb Herring and rushed for 77 yards in 17 carries while connecting on 7-of-10 passes for 54 yards. Quinton Pointer led the Rebels on the defensive side, totaling nine tackles, including one for a loss and a pass breakup. James Dunlap added two sacks and eight total tackles, pushing his season sack total to a team-leading 6.5.

REBEL NOTES

 New Mexico broke a three-game losing streak vs. the Rebels and took a 10-9 all-time lead in the series.  UNLV had gone 10 consecutive quarters without committing a turnover until losing a fumble with two minutes remaining in the fourth vs. the Lobos, which UNM converted into the winning touchdown. Redshirt freshman Taylor Barnhill made his first career start at quarterback for UNLV. He had appeared in five games during the season but only once before at quarterback (one series at Wyoming) and four times on special teams. He became the third Rebel to start under center in 2011 as in the previous eight games, Caleb Herring started six and Sean Reilly started two. Barnhill completed his first career pass attempt for eight yards for a first down to tight end Austin Harrington in the second quarter and would finish 7 of 10 on the night for 54 yards. New Mexico threw an 80-yard touchdown pass on its first play from scrimmage, meaning the Lobos became the seventh opponent to score first this season and the 20th of the 22 opponents in the Bobby Hauck era. Dionza Bradford ran for a 45-yard touchdown in the first quarter, which tied his career long, set two weeks earlier vs. Colorado State.  Making only his third start as a Rebel, Bradford posted his third 100-yard rushing game of the season and third in four games with a career-high 152 yards on 20 carries. The effort tied the UNLV record for 100-yard games in a season by a freshman (Omar Love in 1992). UNLV rushed for 268 net yards vs. UNM, which was the team’s most since 2007 and marked the fourth consecutive game that the Rebels finished with more than 150 on the ground. That is longest such streak for UNLV since reaching that number in the first five games of 2002.  DB Sidney Hodge forced a fumble in the third quarter that was recovered by UNLV’s Alex Klorman. It was Hodge’s first force of the year to go with three recoveries.  Sophomore RB Tim Cornett rushed into the end zone from four yards out to start the fourth quarter, which marked his fifth rushing TD of the season, the 11th of his career and the 14th overall score of his career (2 receiving and one KOR).

FALCONS FLY BY REBELS AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) - Asher Clark rushed for a career-high 169 yards, Wesley Cobb scored twice and Air Force kept its bowl hopes alive with a 45-17 win over UNLV on Saturday night. Quarterback Tim Jefferson looked sharp in his return from a concussion as the Falcons (6-5, 2-4 Mountain West) beat the Rebels (2-8, 1-4) for a fifth straight time. Dionza Bradford, UNLV’s leading rusher, was limited to 20 yards on six carries on the night. Quarterback Caleb Herring helped keep the Rebels UNLV AIR FORCE

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Cobb 2-yard run (Herrington kick) 10:57 1st UNLV - Kohorst 27-yd FG 5:51 1st AFA - Cobb 7-yard run (Herrington kick) 14:15 2nd UNLV - Herring 1-yard run (Kohorst kick) 7:15 2nd AFA - Clark 67-yard run (Herrington kick) 2:34 2nd AFA - Herrington 27-yd FG :10 2nd AFA - Jefferson 1-yard run (Herrington kick) 11:09 3rd AFA - Strickland 25-yard pass from Jefferson (Herrington kick) 3:03 3rd AFA - Dewitt 2-yard run (Herrington kick) 8:11 4th AFA - Randle 5-yard run (Kohorst kick) 3:46 4th UNLV First Downs 17 Rushes-Yards 58-227 Passing Yards 41 Passes (A-C-I) 14-6-1 Total Offense 268 Punt returns-Yards 0-0 Kick Returns-Yards 5-106 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 0-0 Punts-Average 4-41.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 6-52 Possession Time 32:19

AFA 27 58-394 128 13-7-0 522 2-34 1-18 1-(-2) 1-4 0-0.0 1-1 4-35 27:41

Rushing: (UNLV) Cornett 19-104, Randle 19-82-1, Herring 12-20-1, Bradford 6-20, Mays 1-4, Johnson 1-(-3) (AFA) Clark 15-169-1, Jefferson 12-81-1, Dewitt 9-34-1, Cobb 8-30-2, Getz 4-27, Lee 4-24, Stickland 2-20, Warzeka 2-12, Team 2-(-3). Passing: (UNLV) Herring 6-14-1-41-0 (AFA) Jefferson 7-12-0-128-1, Team 0-1-0-0-0. Receiving: (UNLV) Bradford 2-5, Payne 1-19, Johnson 1-6, Harrington 1-6, Vea 1-5 (AFA) Kauth 5-90, Strickland 1-25-1, Hunter 1-13. Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Carter 11 (AFA) Amack 10. Sacks: (UNLV) None (AFA) Means 1.0-4. Interceptions: (UNLV) None (AFA) Wright 1-(-2).

close early with a 1-yard score in the second quarter to make it 14-10. But Air Force scored 31 straight points to turn the game into a rout. Jefferson did most of his damage with his legs, rushing for 81 yards and a score. He also threw for 128 yards and another TD. Tim Cornett finished with 104 yards rushing and Bradley Randle added a short touchdown late in the final quarter for the Rebels, who dropped their 15th straight road game. The Rebels have not won away from home since beating New Mexico 34-17 on Oct. 24, 2009. Even though the Falcons won their sixth game of the season, they aren’t quite bowl eligible since two of their wins came against FCS teams. They still have to beat rival Colorado State on the road in the season finale next weekend. Nate Carter led the UNLV defense with 11 total tackles, including one for a loss. Tim Hasson added nine and freshman linebacker John Lotulelei added seven in his third consecutive start . Air Force was led by linebacker Brady Amack with 10, including two for al oss. Alex Means added seven and the game’s only sack while Anthony Wright had three and the only interception on the night.

REBEL NOTES

UNLV lost its fifth consecutive trip to Air

Force and fell to 1-7 all-time in Colorado Springs. Sophomore RB Tim Cornett posted his second 100-yard game of the season with 104 yards on 19 carries. It also marked the fifth 100-yard game by a Rebel back in 2011, which was the most in a season for the school since 2007. Deante’ Purvis’ 90 yards on four kickoff returns made him the all-time leader in KOR yardage at UNLV, passing Henry “Varoom” Vereen’s total of 2,265 set from 1975-78. UNLV’s 227 yards rushing meant the Rebels rushed for at least 150 net yards in five straight games since the first five games of 2002.  Nolan Kohorst’s 38-yard field goal in the first quarter was his first attempt since making 1-of-2 vs. Colorado State on Oct. 29. Former Air Force transfer Corbin Brown made his first start as a Rebel against his old team in the secondary.


2011 GAME REVIEWS UNLV SAN DIEGO STATE

14 31

NO. 18/17 TCU UNLV

GAME 11

GAME 12

Sam Boyd Stadium • Las Vegas, Nev. Nov. 26, 2011 • Att. 19,075

Amon G. Carter Stadium • Fort Worth, Texas Dec. 3, 2011 • Att. 32,012

AZTECS RALLY IN SECOND HALF FOR WIN LAS VEGAS (AP) -- Ronnie Hillman ran for 192 yards and two touchdowns to lead San Diego State to a 31-14 victory over UNLV on Saturday night. The Rebels (2-9, 1-5 Mountain West) were up 14-7 at halftime after Tim Cornett ran for two touchdowns, including one for 54 yards. But the Aztecs (7-4, 4-3) came back in the second half, tying it on a pass from Ryan Lindley to Colin Lockett midway through the third quarter and going ahead for good on a field goal by Abelardo Perez about seven minutes SDSU UNLV

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UNLV - Cornett 54-yard run (Kohorst kick) 4:10 1st UNLV - Bradford 25-yard run (Kohorst kick) 14:54 2nd SDSU - Hillman 44-yard run (Perez kick) 5:46 2nd SDSU - Lockett 15-yard pass from Lindley (Perez kick) 7:30 3rd SDSU - Perez 27-yard FG :39 3rd SDSU - Denso 6-yard pass from Lindley (Perez kick) 5:45 4th SDSU - Hillman 1-yard run (Perez kick) 1:11 4th SDSU First Downs 21 Rushes-Yards 47-239 Passing Yards 152 Passes (A-C-I) 29-13-1 Total Offense 391 Punt returns-Yards 1-0 Kick Returns-Yards 2-34 Interceptions-Yards 1-0 Sacks By-Yards 4-16 Punts-Average 4-40.2 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 Penalties-Yards 5-35 Possession Time 34:24

UNLV 15 34-141 120 28-15-1 261 1-(-5) 5-141 1-0 0-0 6-38.5 1-0 1-5 25:36

Rushing: (SDSU) Hillman 32-192-2, Muema 9-35, Lindley 2-14, Young 2-2, Team 2-(-4) (UNLV) Cornett 15-136-2, Bradford 8-15, Clausen 1-4, Herring 10-(-14). Passing: (SDSU) Lindley -13-29-1-152-2 (UNLV) Herring 14-26-0-119-0, Reilly 1-21-1-0. Receiving: (SDSU) Escobar 4-68, Lockett 4-45-1, Denso 2-24-1, Hillman 2-12, Young 1-3 (UNLV) Johnson 5-40, Harrington 4-36, Payne 2-12, Bradford 1-20, Vea 1-7, Vidal 1-4, Cornett 1-1. Tackle Leaders: (SDSU) Gibbs 7 (UNLV) Pointer 10. Sacks: (SDSU) Gibbs 2.0-7, Galea 1.0-5, Gavert 1.0-4(UNLV) None. Interceptions: (SDSU) Andrews 1-0 (UNLV) Pointer 1-0.

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later. Cornett finished with 136 yards on 14 carries for UNLV. Lindley completed 13-of-29 throws for 152 yards, two touchdowns and an interception after a slow first half. UNLV quarterback Caleb Herring was 14-of-26 on the day for 119 yards before leaving the game late in the fourth after being sacked by the fourth time on the night. Michael Johnson tallied a game and season-high five receptions on the night while Austin Harrington added a personalbest four catches for UNLV. Defensively, Quinton Pointer finished with a game-high 10 tackles, including one for a loss and an interception, marking the sixth of his career. Sidney Hodge totaled nine tackles while defensive lineman James Dunlap added one and a half tackles for loss to push his team-leading total to 14.5 on the year.

REBEL NOTES

UNLV honored a class of 16 seniors before their final home game. The Rebels fell to 4-9 in the final home game since joining the Mountain West in 1999. With the win, San Diego State improved its record at UNLV to 5-5 and leads 13-8 overall in the series. Former Rebel head coach Jeff Horton (199498) was on the other sideline as he is in his first season as an assistant coach for the Aztecs. Tim Cornett finished with a career-high 136 yards on 15 carries to mark his third 100-yard game of the season. Cornett’s effort marked the sixth 100-yard game of the year for UNLV (three by Cornett and three by Dionza Bradford), which was the most for the program since posting the same number in 2007. UNLV finished with 141 net yards rushing to snap a five-game streak of gaining 150 yards or more, which was the longest such string since the first five game of the 2002 season.  Cornett rushed for touchdowns from 54 and 25 yards out in the first half. It marked the sophomore’s second multiple-TD game of the season and third of his career. He rushed for a career-high three scores in 2010 vs. Wyoming (along with adding a TD reception vs. the Cowboys). After just 24 games played, Cornett already has 16 career touchdowns (13 rushing, 2 receiving and 1 kickoff return). UNLV led 14-7 at halftime to mark its third halftime lead of the season and first since 0ct. 29. It marked the first time this season that the Rebels lost when leading at the break.  With starting quarterback Caleb Herring knocked out late in the game, Sean Reilly came off the bench and threw an interception, which was the first turnover of the game for UNLV and just the fourth in the last 19 quarters of play (2 fumbles and 2 interceptions). Senior defensive back Quinton Pointer tied a career high with 10 total tackles and also hauled in his sixth career interception.

TCU RUNS AWAY IN SEASON FINALE FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) ─ Bradley Randle rushed for 71 yards to lead UNLV which lost 56-9 to TCU Saturday. UNLV (2-10, 1-6) led 3-0 after Nolan Kohorst kicked a 39-yard field goal with 5:35 left in the first quarter before TCU scored 21 unanswered points. Waymon James, Matthew Tucker and Ed Wesley all ran for touchdowns for TCU (10-2, 7-0 MWC), which won its last 24 games in that league before moving to the Big 12 Conference next season. Casey Pachall and Matt Brown both scored on UNLV TCU

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UNLV - Kohorst 39-yard FG 5:35 1st TCU - Pachall 8-yard run (Evans kick) 1:43 1st TCU - James 10-yard run (Evans kick) 7:07 2nd TCU - Tucker 32-yard run (Evans kick) 5:12 2nd UNLV - Kohorst 43-yard FG 2:13 2nd TCU - McCoy 99-yard kickoff return (Evans kick) 2:00 2nd TCU - Gardner 16-yard INT return (Evans kick) 1:48 2nd TCU - James 2-yard run (Evans kick) 10:21 3rd TCU - Wesley 9-yard run (Evans kick) 3:57 3rd UNLV - Kohorst 29-yard FG 12:59 4th TCU - Brown 6-yard run (Evans kick) 9:10 4th UNLV First Downs 6 Rushes-Yards 42-116 Passing Yards 48 Passes (A-C-I) 12-4-1 Total Offense 164 Punt returns-Yards 1-4 Kick Returns-Yards 9-195 Interceptions-Yards 0-0 Sacks By-Yards 0-0 Punts-Average 9-37.8 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 Penalties-Yards 6-64 Possession Time 30:13

TCU 19 39-186 199 23-16-0 385 4-66 3-138-1 1-16-1 3-8 4-39.5 2-1 0-0 29:47

Rushing: (UNLV) Randle 14-71, Cornett 9-25, Bradford 7-11, Barnhill 12-9 (TCU) Tucker 7-55-1, James 9-38-2, Wesley 8-34-1, Brown 4-22-1, Dean 7-20, Pachall 2-9-1, Fort 2-8. Passing: (UNLV) Barnhill 4-12-1-48-0 (TCU) Pachall 15-22-0-185-0, Brown 1-1-0-14-0. Receiving: (UNLV) Johnson 2-17, Harrington 1-29, Payne 1-2 (TCU) Carter 4-80, Hicks 4-22, Dawson 2-2, Brock 1-38, Boyce 1-29, Tucker 1-9, Jones 1-7, White 1-6, Porter 1-6. Tackle Leaders: (UNLV) Harper 8 (TCU) Maponga 9. Sacks: (UNLV) None (TCU) Maponga 1.5-5, Broughton 1.0-2, Hunter 0.5-1. Interceptions: (UNLV) None (TCU) Gardner 1-16-1.

quarterback keepers on the rain-soaked field. Pachall dropped back to pass, then tucked and ran straight forward for an 8-yard touchdown, plunging through two defenders to get into the end zone. James had a 10-yard TD run, when he went to the right sideline, planted his right foot and then lunged forward with his left hand extended holding the football. Then on the first play after Deryck Gildon blocked a punt, Tucker took a handoff and scored on a 32-yard run when at least five defenders got their hands on him without bringing him down. After Kohorst kicked a 43-yard field goal with 2:13 left in the first half, McCoy and Gardner followed with their big plays for a 35-6 halftime lead. McCoy, who already had a kickoff return for a touchdown earlier this season, backpedaled to field the ball just in front of the goal line and then took off. He ran through a group of players on the left side before breaking into the open and sprinting all the way down the field. When the Rebels got the ball back, senior linebacker Gardner picked off a pass by Taylor Barnhill and went untouched into the end zone. James scored on a 2-yard run to cap TCU’s opening drive of the second half, and Wesley later had a 9-yard run.

REBEL NOTES

Former Rebel linebacker Bryce Saldi, who is a graduate of nearby Southlake Carroll High School, returned to the football field for the first time since suffering a serious head injury in the summer of 2009. Saldi, who has been rehabilitating at his Texas home, served as one of the team’s captains during the pregame coin toss for what would have been his final collegiate game along with the team’s other 15 seniors.  TCU was the third ranked opponent to play UNLV in 2012 along with Wisconsin and Boise State. It marked the fourth consecutive season that the Rebels played at least three ranked teams. Rookie running back Dionza Bradford rushed for 10 net yards, which meant he finished the year just 11 yards short of breaking the school’s freshman season record of 624 set by James Wofford in 1997. Sophomore Nolan Kohorst made all three of his field-goal attempts on the day to mark the first time a Rebel hit a trio of three-pointers in a game since Kyle Watson went 3-3 vs. Utah in 2009. Texas native Taylor Barnhill made his second career start at quarterback for the Rebels while another Lone Star State product, senior TE Austin Harrington, led the team in receiving yards with 29.  With TCU joining the Big 12 Conference in 2012, the Horned Frogs finished their series with Rebels a perfect 5-0 vs. UNLV in Fort Worth.


2011 UNLV STATISTICS THE LAST TIME IN A REBEL FOOTBALL GAME A KICKOFF WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: 98 yards by Deante’ Purvis vs. Colorado State, Oct. 29, 2011 OPP: 99 yards by Greg McCoy at TCU, Dec. 3, 2011 A PUNT WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: 52 yards by Troy Mason vs. San Diego State, Oct. 13, 2001 OPP: 76 yards by Chris McNeil at Wyoming, Oct. 15, 2011 A BLOCKED PUNT WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: Tim Hasson at Utah, Sept. 11, 2010 OPP: Shaun Harper at Utah, Oct. 23, 2004 A BLOCKED FIELD GOAL WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: Never OPP: 86 yards by Jim Leonhard at Wisconsin, Sept. 11, 2004 AN INTERCEPTION WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: 19 yards by Will Chandler vs. Wisconsin, Sept. 4, 2010 OPP: 16 yards by Kris Garnder vs. TCU, Dec. 3, 2011 A FUMBLE WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UNLV: 64 yards by Mike Clausen at San Diego State, Nov. 27, 2010 OPP: 20 yards by Aaron Henry of Wisconsin, Sept. 4, 2010 A CONVERSION ATTEMPT WAS RETURNED FOR TWO POINTS UNLV: Never OPP: Brand Ratcliff of New Mexico, Oct. 12, 2002 A SAFETY WAS RECORDED UNLV: Team safety after ball is illegally batted through end zone at Wyoming, Nov. 29, 2003 OPP: Mark Zalewski sacks QB in end zone at Wisconsin, Sept. 11, 2004 A SHUTOUT WAS RECORDED ON THE ROAD UNLV: 13-0 vs. Cal State Fullerton, Nov. 12, 1983 OPP: 37 at Nevada, Reno, Oct. 8, 2011 A SHUTOUT WAS RECORDED AT SAM BOYD STADIUM UNLV: 27-0 vs. Utah, Sept. 22, 2007 OPP: 7-0 by San Diego State, Nov. 8, 2003 A TEAM DID NOT COMMIT A TURNOVER UNLV: vs. Boise State, Nov. 5, 2011 OPP: vs. Boise State, Nov. 5, 2011 A TEAM DID NOT PUNT UNLV: vs. Tennessee Tech, Sept. 7, 1985 OPP: at Air Force, Nov. 19, 2011

A TIE GAME WAS PLAYED UNLV: 16-16 vs. San Jose State, Nov. 23, 1985 A TEAM BLOCKED A PUNT UNLV: Nate Carter at Utah, Sept. 11, 2010 OPP: Deryck Gildon at TCU, Dec. 3, 2011 A TEAM BLOCKED A FIELD GOAL UNLV: Ian Bobak at Washington State, Sept. 10, 2011 OPP: Shaq Bell vs. Colorado State, Oct. 29, 2011 AN INDIVIDUAL KICKED FOUR OR MORE FIELD GOALS UNLV: 4 by Dillon Pieffer vs. Hawaii, Sept. 19, 2003 OPP: 4 by Peter LoCoco vs. TCU, Nov. 4, 2006 A 50-YARD FIELD GOAL WAS KICKED UNLV: 50 yards by Nolan Kohorst vs. Hawai’i, Sept. 17, 2011 OPP: 53 yards by Abel Perez at San Diego State, Nov. 27, 2010 AN INDIVIDUAL SCORED FOUR OR MORE TOUCHDOWNS UNLV: 4 by Tim Cornett vs. Wyoming, Nov. 13, 2010 OPP: 4 by Montee Ball at Wisconsin, Sept. 1, 2011 A TEAM HAD 600 OR MORE YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE UNLV: 644 vs. Wyoming, Nov. 2, 2002 OPP: 699 at Nevada, Reno, Oct. 8, 2011 A TEAM SCORED AT LEAST 50 POINTS UNLV: 54 vs. Idaho State, Sept. 2, 2006 OPP: 56 at TCU, Dec. 3, 2011 A TEAM SCORED AT LEAST 60 POINTS UNLV: 63 vs. Nebraska-Omaha, Oct. 16, 1976 OPP: 63 at Nevada, Reno, Oct. 3, 2009 A PASS WAS COMPLETED FOR AT LEAST 70-79 YARDS UNLV: 75 by Omar Clayton to Michael Johnson vs. BYU, Oct. 10, 2009 OPP: 73 bt Pete Thomas to Lou Greenwood at CSU, Oct. 16, 2010 A PASS WAS COMPLETED FOR AT LEAST 80-89 YARDS UNLV: 82 by Jon Denton to Len Ware vs. AFA, Sept. 13, 1997 OPP: 80 by B.R. Holbrook to Deon Long at UNM, Nov. 12, 2011 AN INDIVIDUAL PASSED FOR AT LEAST 400 YARDS UNLV: 401 by Jon Denton vs. SJSU, Nov. 22, 1997 OPP: 477 by Greg Alexander of Hawaii, Sept. 19, 2009 AN INDIVIDUAL PASSED FOR AT LEAST 500 YARDS UNLV: 503 by Jon Denton vs. SDSU, Nov. 16, 1996 OPP: 546 by Cody Ledbetter of NMSU, Nov. 18, 1995 AN INDIVIDUAL PASSED FOR AT LEAST 200 YARDS AND RUSHED FOR AT LEAST 100 YARDS UNLV: 304 yards passing, 135 yards rushing by Omar Clayton vs. Colorado State, Oct. 20, 2007 OPP: 284 yards passing, 122 yards rushing by Eric Hisaw of Idaho, Sept. 17, 1994 AN INDIVIDUAL COMPLETED AT LEAST 30 PASSES UNLV: 31 by Jarrod Jackson vs. BYU, Nov. 5, 2005 OPP: 31 by Greg Alexander of Hawaii, Sept. 19, 2009 AN INDIVIDUAL THREW AT LEAST FIVE INTERCEPTIONS UNLV: 6 by Bob Stockham vs. USL, Nov. 20, 1993 OPP: 5 by Dave Henigan of Pacific, Oct. 3, 1992 AN INDIVIDUAL INTERCEPTED AT LEAST THREE PASSES UNLV: 3 by Ed Saignes vs. Idaho State, Oct. 13, 1984 OPP: 3 by Darius Cunnigan of Pacific, Oct. 3, 1992

Jon Denton’s 503 yards vs. SDSU were an NCAA freshman record.

AN INDIVIDUAL HAD AT LEAST 10 RECEPTIONS UNLV: 13 by Phillip Payne vs. Southern Utah, Sept. 24, 2011 OPP: 10 by Rishard Matthews at UNR, Oct. 8, 2011

Len Ware turned this catch into an 82-yard TD in 1997.

A TEAM PASSED FOR LESS THAN 100 YARDS UNLV: 48 at TCU, Dec. 3, 2011 OPP: 99 vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 5, 2009 A TEAM HAD TWO RECEIVERS WITH AT LEAST 100 YARDS UNLV: 108 by Ryan Wolfe and 100 by Casey Flair vs. Air Force, Nov. 24, 2006 OPP: 189 by Rodney Bradley, 146 by Kealoha Pilares and 104 by Greg Salas vs Hawaii, Sept. 19, 2009 AN INDIVIDUAL RUSHED FOR AT LEAST 200 YARDS UNLV: 222 by Larry Croom at Colorado State, Nov. 30, 2002 OPP: 240 by Colin Kaepernick of Nevada, Reno, Sept. 27, 2008 A RUN WENT FOR AT LEAST 50-59 YARDS UNLV: 54 by Tim Cornett vs. San Diego State, nov. 26, 2011 OPP: 54 by Jonathan Warzeka vs Air Force, Nov. 18, 2010 A RUN WENT FOR AT LEAST 60-69 YARDS UNLV: 61 by Ronnie Smith vs. Utah, Oct. 22, 2005 OPP: 67 by Asher Clark at Air Force, Nov. 19, 2011 A RUN WENT FOR AT LEAST 70-79 YARDS UNLV: 70 by Shane Steichen at UNR, Sept. 17, 2005 OPP: 72 by Austyn Alexander vs. Wyoming, Nov. 13, 2010 A RUN WENT FOR AT LEAST 80-89 YARDS UNLV: 80 by Tim Cornett vs. Hawai’i, Sept. 17, 2011 OPP: 89 by Mike Ball at Nevada, Reno, Oct. 3, 2009 A TEAM RUSHED FOR AT LEAST 300 YARDS UNLV: 311 at Utah, Oct. 23, 2004 OPP: 394 vs. Air Force, Nov. 19, 2011 A TEAM RUSHED FOR LESS THAN 50 YARDS UNLV: 22, at BYU, Nov. 6, 2010 OPP: 6 vs. Hawai’i, Sept. 17, 2011 A TEAM HAD TWO RUNNERS WITH AT LEAST 100 YARDS UNLV: 222 by RB Larry Croom and 126 by RB Joe Haro at Colorado State, Nov. 30, 2002 OPP: 184 by RB Mike Ball, 173 by QB Colin Kaepernick and 170 by RB Luke Lippincott at Nevada, Reno, Oct. 3, 2009


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NAME Will Chandler Ken Spigner C.J. Cox Phillip Payne Dre Crawford Mike Clausen Michael Johnson Caleb Herring Eric Johnson Quinton Pointer Kurt Davis Eric Tuiloma-Va’a Sean Reilly Nick Sherry Taylor Barnhill Kenneth Penny Marcus Sullivan Charles Childers Kenny Brown Taylor Spencer Daniel Harper Sidney Hodge Fred Wilson Cas Thomas Brandon Baker Deante’ Purvis Nolan Kohorst Bradley Randle Tajh Hasson Imari Thompson Corbin Brown Mike Horsey Dionza Bradford Tim Cornett Nate Carter William Vea Tyler Bergsten Chase Lansford Princeton Jackson Tani Maka Penny Vea Troy Aoki Tim Hasson Kyle Watkins John Therrell Jake Phillips Trent Allmang-Wilder Beau Brence Darius Andres Reggie Umuolo Matt Kravetz

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NAME John Lotulelei Perry Cooper AJ Martin Brian Roth Nick White Sean Tesoro Doug Zismann Isaiah Shivers Brad Overand Nate Holloway Brett Boyko Jason Heath Shane Watterson Andrew Oberg Alex Novosel Allen Carroll Jason Koontz Yusef Rodgers Cameron Jefferson Robert Waterman Mark Barefield Devante Davis Marquis Thompson Jonathan James Irshad Stolden Jordan Sparkman Aaron Reed Trey Mays Anthony Vidal Austin Harrington Max Johnson Alvin Amilcar B.J. Bell Sonny Sanitoa Alex Klorman James Dunlap Ian Bobak Desmond Tautofi Tyler Gaston

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