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2013 WILDCAT FOOTBALL

2013 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL TABLE OF CONTENTS

2013 Schedule...............................................1 Quick Facts....................................................4 Media/Radio Information........................... 5-6 Athletic Communications.............................7 Follow the Wildcats.......................................8 Big Sky Conference......................................9 ROOT Sports................................................10 Weber State Coaches.............................11-19 Head Coach Jody Sears..................... 12-13 Football Support Staff........................... 20-22 Player profiles........................................ 23-65 Roster................................................... 24-26 Pronunciation Guide.................................26 2011 season stats.................................. 64-68 2013 opponents..................................... 69-75 Wildcat history....................................... 76-92 Year-by-year results..................................77 Wildcat Head Coaches..............................78 Year-by-year game results.................. 80-85 Record against opponents................. 86-89 All-time NFL Draft picks............................90 All-time CFL Draft picks............................91 All-Americans............................................92 Records.................................................93-115 Statistical leaders and records.........94-114 All-time attendance averages.................115 Stewart Stadium........................................116 Weber State University......................117-123

2013 WILDCAT SCHEDULE Aug. 31

Stephen F. Austin

6:00 pm

Sept. 7

at Utah

12:00 pm

Sept. 14

at Utah State

6:00 pm

Sept. 21

at McNeese State

6:00 pm

Sept. 28

*Sacramento State

6:00 pm

Oct. 5

*at Eastern Washington 5:00 pm

Oct. 12

*at Cal Poly

7:00 pm

Oct. 19

*Montana State

3:30 pm

Nov. 2

*at Portland State

2:00 pm

Photo Credits

Nov. 9

*Southern Utah

1:00 pm

Acknowledgment

Nov. 16

*at Montana

12:00 pm

Nov. 23

*Idaho State

1:00 pm

Credits

The 2013 Weber State Football Information Guide was created, designed and edited by Paul Grua, Director of Athletic Communications. Player, coaches, staff, and action shots by Robert Casey of Casey Fotografiks. Special thanks and acknowledgment to BRAD LARSEN who retired in March 2011 after 31 YEARS as Media Relations Director for Weber State Athletics. Thanks to Brad for ALL HIS SUPPORT and all he did for the Wildcats.

On the Cover

The Weber State 2013 seniors. Photo by Robert Casey of Casey Fotografiks.

All times are Mountain and subject to change *Big Sky Conference game

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HOPEKIDS FOOTBALL CAMP In June 2013 The Weber State football team held a football camp for the HopeKids organization. More than 150 kids and family members attended the camp as did several members of the WSU football team. The Wildcat players and coaches led the kids in several football drills and taught them the basics of the game. HopeKids is a national organization that provides ongoing events and activities and a powerful, unique support community for families who have a child with cancer or some other life-threatening medical condition. The foundation surrounds these remarkable children and their families with the message that hope can be a powerful medicine.


WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY

WSU FOOTBALL QUICK FACTS

GENERAL INFORMATION

Name of School..................... Weber State University Location...................................................Ogden, Utah Founded.................................. 1889 (Four-year 1962) Enrollement...................................................... 26,583 Nickname...................................................... Wildcats School colors.................................. Purple and White Affiliation................................. NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference......................................................Big Sky Stadium (Capacity)............ Stewart Stadium (17,500) Playing Surface............................................FieldTurf President.....................................Dr. Charles A. Wight Athletic Director......................................Jerry Bovee Associate A.D./SWA.............................. Amy Crosbie

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Director of Athletic Communications.......Paul Grua Office phone....................................... (801) 626-7414 Cell phone...........................................(801) 452-3811 Email.............................................. pgrua@weber.edu Press Box........................................... (801) 626-6588 Dir. of Publications/Digital Media..........Darin Hogge Athletic Communications Asst......... Justin Johnson Website...................................WeberStateSports.com Facebook............Facebook.com/WeberStateAthletics Twitter.......................... @weberstate, @weberstatefb

TEAM HISTORY

First year............................................................. 1962 All-time record................................. 264-284-3 (.482) All-time Big Sky record...................... 146-188 (.437) Big Sky Championships..................... 3 / ‘65, ‘68, 08 FCS Playoff Apperances.............4 / ‘87, ‘91, ‘08, ‘09

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach................................................Jody Sears Alma Mater.................................Washington State ‘91 Record at Weber State........................ 2-9 (1 season) Overall record.....................................................same Big Sky record at Weber State........... 2-6 (1 season)

ASSISTANT COACHES

Associate Head Coach / OL.................. Steve Morton Offensive Coordinator / RB................Robin Pflugrad Defensive Coordinator / CB....................... Eric Lewis Defensive Line.......................................Jason Belford Quarterbacks........................................ Justin Rascati Special Teams.........................................Ryan Smaha Tight Ends.................................................Ted Stanley Wide Receivers.................................Craig Stutzmann Linebackers............................................ Colton Swan

TEAM INFORMATION

2012 record............................................................2-9 2012 Big Sky record/finish........................ 2-6 / t11th Lettermen Returning (O/D/SP)......... 36 - (16 / 18 / 2) Starters Returning (O/D/SP)................ 16 - (7 / 7 / 2) Lettermen lost......................................................... 19

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MEDIA INFORMATION

GAME CREDENTIALS

NEWSPAPERS STANDARD-EXAMINER

DESERET NEWS

SALT LAKE TRIBUNE

WEBER STATE SIGNPOST

(801) 625-4265 standard.net CHRIS MILLER - Sports Editor JIM BURTON - Sports Columnist ROY BURTON- WSU Beatwriter (801) 257-8917 sltrib.com JOE BAIRD - Sports Editor MARTY RENZHOFER - WSU Beatwriter

TELEVISION KUTV-TV CH. 2 (CBS)

(801) 973-3167 / 3199 kutv.com DAVE FOX - Sportscaster DAVID JAMES - Sportscaster ADAM MIKULICH - Sportscaster

KTVX-TV CH. 4 (ABC)

(801) 975-4427 / 4428 / 4429 abc4.com WES RUFF - Sportscaster DANA GREENE - Sportscaster

KSL-TV CH. 5 (NBC)

(801) 575-5593 / 5538 / 5539 ksl.com TOM KIRKLAND - Sportscaster ROD ZUNDEL - Sportscaster JEREMIAH JENSEN - Sportscaster

KSTU-TV Ch. 13 (FOX)

(801) 536-1371 fox13now.com JEFF RHINEER - Sportscaster JER BATES - Sportscaster

(801) 237-2161 desnews.com KENT CONDON - Sports Editor RYAN LOVE - WSU Beatwriter RANDY HOLLIS - WSU Beatwriter Weber State University (801) 626-7983 wsusignpost.com MARCUS JENSEN - Sports Editor

RADIO KLO AM 1430 / FM 103.1 (801) 627-1430 kloradio.com

KZNS AM 1280 “The Zone”

(801) 524 - 2600 or (801) 670 - 1280 1280thezone.com SCOTT GARRARD - Program Director

KFNZ AM 1320 “KFAN”

(801) 485-6700 1320kfan.com KEVIN GRAHAM - Program Director

KALL AM 700

(801) 524-2600 kall700sports.com BILL RILEY - Sports Director

KWCR-FM 88.1

Weber State University (801) 626-6450 881weberfm.org TYSON EWING - Sports Director

Only working press and scouts, with advance notice, will be allowed access to the press box. Area media who normally cover Weber State Athletic events will receive a Press Pass good for Stadium entrance AND Parking, prior to the beginning of the season. All others desiring credentials should contact Paul Grua at least one week in advance. Requests for Press, Photography, Broadcast and Scouting passes will be honored as they are received.

PRESS BOX AND AREA ACCESS

Press and Media members enter the Press Box facility on the sixth floor of the Stewart Stadium SkySuites. Passes must be presented or shown for elevator access. A wireless network is available and open to all guests.

PHOTOGRAPHERS

All photographers must have a photographers pass to gain access to the field. Only photographers from working media or for WSU Media Relations purposes will be granted a pass. Per NCAA rules photographers are prohibited between the 25-yard lines.

RADIO/ETHERNET LINES

There are two courtesy radio lines available in the Visiting Radio Booth, located on the sixth floor of the Press Box and inside the press room area. There is also one ethernet line available for visiting radio.

POST-GAME INTERVIEWS

Coaches and player will have a mandatory 10 minute cooling off period. That period begins when all players and coaches enter the locker room. Both locker rooms are closed to the media. The post-game press interview room is located on third floor of the Stadium. Coaches and players will be brought to the room approximately 15 minutes after the completion of the game.

WIRE SERVICE ASSOCIATED PRESS

(801) 322-3405 LYNN DeBRUIN - Sports Editor

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RADIO INFORMATION

CARL ARKY Voice of the Wildcats

Carl Arky returns for his 16th season as the radio voice for Weber State Athletics. For Wildcat football games he will be joined in the booth by former WSU standout Ty Sparrow. In 2011 Arky was honored as the Utah Sportscaster of the Year. Arky began at Weber State in 1998. He was a member of the WSU Athletic Department, serving as the Director of Broadcast Services for five years before moving on in September of 2002 to become the afternoon sports anchor at KFAN Sports Radio in Salt Lake City. Before coming to Weber State, Arky had been the Sports Director at KTVXTV (ABC 4) in Salt Lake City and served as the color analyst on the televised games of the Salt Lake Buzz Triple AAA baseball team. He also served as the television voice for Pro Rodeo on ESPN for four seasons. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Arky graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 1977. His first full-time position came in 1978 at KTUL-TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he served as a sportscaster and was the producer/host of the Jimmy Johnson Oklahoma State Football Coaches Show. Arky came to Utah in 1983 where he worked at KUTV-TV Channel 2 in Salt Lake City. In 1987, he left to become the Director of Broadcasting for the Utah Jazz. There he was responsible for the production and syndication of all Utah Jazz radio and television programming, and served as the color analyst on those broadcasts. After two seasons with the Jazz, Arky formed his own production company (C.A.P.) and broadcasted cable TV games of the Sacramento Kings, as well as the Western Athletic Conference Game of the Week, Air Force Blue-White Network and selected games for the University of Utah from 1989 through 1991. Arky is married to Deborah Linder, they are the parents of two sons, Jake and Sam.

WEBER STATE FOOTBALL ON KLO AM/FM

Weber State University Athletics has announced a multi-year partnership with KLO AM/FM radio to broadcast Wildcat football and men’s basketball games.

KLO be the exclusive radio home for the Wildcats and will air all football and men’s basketball games live. All games will be simulcast on 1430 AM and 103.1 FM and will also be heard online at kloradio.com. KLO has been the home of Weber State Athletics for many years in the past.

A pre and post-game show will continue to be a part of every WSU game broadcast. KLO has a long history in the Ogden area. It is one of the oldest stations in the West and began broadcasting in 1924 in Ogden. Since 2008 it has been broadcasting from its new studios in downtown Salt Lake City. KLO serves the entire Wasatch Front and boosts one of the strongest signals in the state.

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ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

Paul Grua is in his ninth year at Weber State. He is in his third year as the Director of Athletic Communications for Weber State Athletics. In his role, Grua serves as the primary media contact for all of WSU’s 16 NCAA sponsored sports, with specific responsibilities for football, men’s basketball, and men’s and women’s track and field. He also helps coordinate Weber State social media and online presence. WeberStateSports.com saw a massive increase in hits during the past year.

In April 2011 he was named Director of Athletic Communications. In the past season he helped promote and coordinate numerous media inquires surrounding All-American Damian Lillard and his rise to the NBA.

In his nine years with Weber State Athletics, Grua has worked in media relations and marketing and promotions. He began working at Weber State in January 2004 as a Sports Information Assistant, where he handled men’s and women’s track and field and men’s and women’s tennis. He served as the media coordinator for the 2004 Big Sky Tennis Championship and 2004 Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championships, both held in Ogden. In August 2004 he was hired full-time as the Assistant Media Relations Director. In October 2005 Grua was the media coordinator for the 2005 Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships in Ogden and in 2007 he was the media coordinator for the NCAA Mountain Region Cross Country Championships, also in Ogden. He was also the Meet Director for the 2010 Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championships. In 2008 Grua moved to the Marketing & Promotions department with the athletic department where he was the Assistant Marketing & Promotions Director. In 2010 he was named Marketing Coordinator and was responsible for the marketing of all of WSU Athletics as well as game management and operations. Prior to coming to Weber State, Grua worked as the Assistant Information Director for the Big Sky Conference in the fall of 2003 where he was the league contact for women’s soccer and men’s and women’s cross country. A native of Ogden, Grua graduated from Ogden High School in 1995. He graduated from Weber State University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication. While a student at Weber State, he served as Sports Director for both the campus radio station KWCR and the Weber State TV News station. He also helped the WSU Sports Information office with the computer statistical program for men’s and women’s basketball games. He has also worked as a producer at AM-1280 “The Zone” in Salt Lake City and as an intern for KSL-TV. During the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics he worked as a broadcasting systems operator. In 2013 Grua earned a master’s degree in Professional Communication from Weber State. As part of his maste’rs project he wrote a history book on the 50th anniversary of Division I basketball at Weber State. Grua married Melissa Hales in July 2005. The couple has three children, Seth, Levi and Avery.

Paul Grua

(Media Relations Director - FB, MBB Email.................................................................. pgrua@weber.edu Office......................................................................... 801-626-7414 Cell.............................................................................801-452-3811

Darin Hogge

(Director of Publications and Digital Media - TEN, GOLF Email............................................................... dhogge@weber.edu Office......................................................................... 801-626-6012 Cell............................................................................ 801-725-8868

Justin Johnson

(Media Relations Assistant - VB, SOC, SFB Email...................................................... justinjohnson@weber.edu Cell............................................................................ 801-690-6891

Trevor Amicone

(Media Relations Assistant - WBB, XC, TF Email.....................................................trevoramicone@weber.edu Cell............................................................................ 801-244-6922

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FOLLOW THE WILDCATS

WeberStateSports.com The official website of Weber State Athletics

The all-new WeberStateSports.com is the official website for Weber State Athletics. Visit the site for information including scores, results, schedules, videos, bios, and other information about Weber State Athletics. The site will feature live stats for all home games, as well as updated stats, bios on coaches and players, pictures, and much more. The site was redesigned in 2011. Over the past year the site has seen a dramatic increase in web visits.

Watch games online for free

Once again fans can catch all their favorie Big Sky teams online....for free. The Big Sky Conference’s video streaming web service, Watch Big Sky, will bring fans all football, volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball games held in league venues. The Big Sky has teamed with America One to distribute Big Sky TV. Fans can enter Big Sky TV through bigskyconf.com. This year will also inlcue new mobile technology to make game accessible by mobile devices.

SOCIAL MEDIA

Keep up and chat about what’s going on with the Wildcats on social media. Join the Weber State Athletics fan page on Facebook at facebook.com/weberstateathletics. Follow the Wildcats on Twitter at twitter.com/weberstate and twitter.com/weberstatefb. See video highlights and interviews with the Wildcats on YouTube at youtube.com/weberstatesports.

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MONTANA @ NORTHERN ARIZONA PORTLAND STATE @ MONTANA

MONTANA STATE @ EASTERN WASHINGTON EASTERN WASHINGTON @ CAL POLY

MONTANA STATE @ WEBER STATE EASTERN WASHINGTON @ MONTANA

MONTANA @ MONTANA STATE PORTLAND STATE @ EASTERN WASHINGTON

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HEAD COACH JODY SEARS

JODY SEARS Head Coach 2nd Season

Jody Sears enters his second season as head coach at Weber State. He came to Weber State in January 2012 as the defensive coordinator and was named head coach in April 2012. In his first season as a head coach he led the Wildcats to a 2-9 record, including wins over conference rivals Southern Utah and Idaho State. In the seasonending 40-14 win at Idaho State the Wildcats rushed for 417 yards, the fifth most in school history and senior C.J. Tuckett set a school record with 289 rushing yards. His Wildcat team had seven All-Conference performers in 2012, led by junior linebacker Anthony Morales who earned second team All-Conference honors. Morales led the Big Sky and was third in the nation in tackles. The Wildcats also had 12 student-athletes that earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors. Sears has nearly 20 years of coaching experience. Before coming to Weber State he spent the past three seasons at Washington State where he spent the last three seasons as the co-defensive coordinator with the Cougars under head coach Paul Wulff, a former college teammate at Washington State. He also coached the cornerbacks at his alma mater.

He is no stranger to the Big Sky Conference as he spent five seasons (2003-07) as the defensive coordinator at Eastern Washington, also under Paul Wulff. During his time with the Eagles he coached safeties, linebackers and defensive backs. In his five seasons at Eastern Washington he coached seven players to Big Sky All-Conference honors. Prior to his time at Eastern Washington Sears spent three seasons (2000-02) as an assistant coach at Army where he coached cornerbacks and the defensive line. In 1998 he was the defensive coordinator at St. Ambrose University, an NAIA school in Davenport, Iowa. He began his collegiate coaching career at Iowa State in 1994 where he spent three seasons as a graduate assistant with the Cyclones, helping coach the defensive backs and wide receivers. Sears played football at Washington State where he was a two-year letterwinner with the Cougars after walking on as a wide receiver. He played under head coaches Jim Walden, Dennis Erickson, and former Weber State head coach Mike Price. He graduated from Washington State in 1991 and received his master’s degree from Iowa State in 1996. Sears was born Oct. 21, 1967 and is a native of Pullman, Washington. He and his wife Molly are the parents of five children: Weston, Hannah Jo, J.T., Kylee Ann and Charlie Ray.

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Sears file

Born: Oct. 21, 1967 Hometown: Pullman, WA School: Washington St. ‘91 Overall record: 2-9 (2nd season) Wife: Molly Children: Weston, Hannah Jo, J.T., Kylee Ann, Charlie Ray

Coaching Experience

Weber State Head Coach/DC - 2012-pres. Washington State Def. Coordinator - 2008-11 Eastern Washington Def. Coordinator - 2003-07 Army Assistant Coach - 2000-02 St. Ambrose Def. Coordinator -1998 Iowa State Graduate Assistant -1994-96

Education

Iowa State Master’s Degree - 1996

Washington State Bachelor’s Degree - 1991

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STEVE MORTON Associate Head Coach/ Offensive Line 2nd Season Veteran college coach Steve Morton is in his second season at Weber State. In February 2013 he was elevated to the position of Associate Head Coach. He also continues to coach the offensive line for the Wildcats.

Kwame Harris of Stanford and Lincoln Kennedy of Washington. As a player, he was a center and offensive guard on the 1973 and 1974 Washington State teams, playing for head coach Jim Sweeney. He graduated in 1977 with a degree in physical education. Morton and his wife Karen have two adult children, son Beau and daughter Bethany. He also has a sonin-law, Zech Bordon, a grandson, Caleb and a granddaughter Isabel.

Morton has an extensive resume of college football coaching, bringing 39 years of coaching experience to the Wildcat program including stints at major FBS universities. Prior to coming to Weber State in the summer of 2012 he spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Washington State where he coached with Jody Sears. Morton began his coaching career in 1975 as a Washington State graduate assistant under Jim Walden. He became a full-time assistant coach at his alma mater in 1977 and spent the next 10 seasons in Pullman. In 1987 Morton moved to Iowa State University, where he spent the next five seasons. He then went to Washington as offensive line coach where he spent seven seasons and had five bowl appearances with the Huskies. He then spent two seasons at USC (1999-2000). He also had a one-year stint at Nevada in 2001 before spending three seasons at Stanford as the offensive line coach (2002-04). He spent five years at San Jose State, the first as offensive line coach and the last four as the offensive coordinator. Morton has coached five Pac-10 Morris Trophy winners, signifying the conference’s best lineman. Additionally he has mentored four first-team All-America players, and NFL first2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL round draft choices

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Alma Mater: Washington St. ‘77 Wife: Karen - Children: Beau, Bethany

Coaching Experience

Weber State Associate Head Coach/OL - 2012-pres. Washington State Assistant Coach - 2010-11 San Jose State Offensive Coordinator/OL - 2004-08 Stanford Assistant Coach - 2002-04 Nevada Assistant Coach - 2001 USC Assistant Coach - 1999-00 Washington Assistant Coach - 1992-98 Iowa State Assistant Coach - 1987-91 Washington State Assistant Coach -1977-86 Washington State Graduate Assistant -1975-76

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WILDCAT COACHING STAFF ROBIN PFLUGRAD Offensive Coordinator/ Running backs 1st Season Robin Pflugrad is in his first season as the Offensive Coordinator at Weber State after joining the Wildcat football program in February 2013. Pflugrad (Flewgrad) comes to Weber State with nearlay 30 years of college football coaching experience, including several years coaching in the Big Sky. In addition to serving as offensive coordinator he will also coach the running backs.

Pflugrad began his coaching career at his alma mater, Portland State in 1980. He spent his first stint as an assistant coach at Montana from 1986-1994 where he worked with the quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers. From 1991-94 he was promoted to assistant head coach. Pflugrad was born Nov. 29, 1957 in Eugene, Ore., and is a 1980 graduate of Portland State with a degree in Business Administration. He was a wide receiver and team captain as a senior in 1979 for the Vikings. He and his wife Marlene have two children, Aaron and Amanda.

He was the head coach at the University of Montana from 2010-11. Prior to becoming head coach at Montana Pflugrad was an assistant coach with the Grizzlies in 2009, coaching the wide receivers. From 2006-08 Pflugrad was an assistant coach at the University of Oregon where he served as the wide receivers coach for the three seasons with the Ducks under head coach Mike Bellotti, a former Weber State assistant coach. Prior to his stint in his hometown of Eugene, Pflugrad coached the tight ends and served as assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator for five seasons (2001-05) at Washington State. During his stint at WSU the Cougars won 30 games during a three-year stretch, including a Pac-10 title in 2002 and trip to the Rose Bowl. Pflugrad was also the wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator at Arizona State from 1995-2000. In 1996 the Sun Devils were undefeated and Pac-10 champions and also went to the Rose Bowl.

Pflugrad file

Born: Nov. 29, 1957 Alma Mater: Portland State ‘80 Wife: Marlene - Children: Aaron, Amanda

Coaching Experience

Weber State Offensive Coordinator - 2013-pres. Montana Head Coach - 2010-11 Montana Assistant Coach - 2009 Oregon Assistant Coach - 2006-08 Washington State Assistant Coach - 2001-05 Arizona State Assistant Coach -1995-00 Montana Assistant Head Coach -1986-94 Portland State Assistant Coach -1980, 82-85

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ERIC LEWIS Defensive Coordinator/ Secondary 2nd Season Eric Lewis is in his second as an assistant coach at Weber State. In February 2013 he was elevated to the position of Defensive Coordinator. He also continues to coach the secondary for the Wildcats

Lewis played football at San Diego State where he graduated in 1998. He was a four-year starter with the Aztecs and earned All-WAC second team honors as a senior. He is his San Diego State’s all-time leader in career pass breakups. He graduated with a degree in finance and business administration. Lewis was born Jan. 2, 1976 in Lansing, Mich. He is the son of long-time college and NFL coach Sherman Lewis. Lewis and his wife Sara are the parents of two children, Taylor and Harper.

Lewis joined the staff in the spring of 2012 and coached cornerbacks during the 2012 season. He comes to Weber State with extensive coaching experience in college football and the NFL. He was the defensive coordinator at Eastern Michigan during the 2009 season. Prior to that Lewis spent the 2008 season as an assistant coach at the University of Louisville where he coached the cornerbacks. Before that he spent two seasons as a defensive quality coach for the Green Bay Packers of the NFL where he assisted cornerbacks coach Lionel Washington and secondary coach Kurt Schottenheimer. His duties included breaking down opponent game film as well as organizing the playbook and installation. He began his coaching career at St. Augustine High School in San Diego where he was the receivers coach. He then moved to Michigan State where he was a defensive graduate assistant coach, primarily assisting with the defensive backs. From there he spent one season at Bucknell before moving to Ball State for three seasons (2003-05) where he coached the safeties. He was also a graduate assistant coach at Michigan State in 2001.

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Lewis file Born: Jan. 2, 1976 Alma Mater: San Diego State ‘98 Wife: Sara - Children: Taylor, Harper

Coaching Experience

Weber State Defensive Coordinator - 2013-pres. Weber State Assistant Coach - 2012 Eastern Michigan Defensive Coordinator - 2009 Louisville Assistant Coach - 2008 Green Bay Packers Defensive Quality Coach - 2006-07 Ball State Assistant Coach - 2003-05 Bucknell Assistant Coach - 2002 Michigan State Graduate Assistant - 2001

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WILDCAT COACHING STAFF JASON BELFORD

JUSTIN RASCATI

Assistant Coach/ Defensive Line 2nd Season

Assistant Coach/ Quarterbacks 2nd Season

Jason Belford enters his second season with the Wildcat coaching staff where he coaches the defensive line. Belford came to Weber State in the spring of 2012 and has roots in the Big Sky Conference. He played football at Eastern Washington where he started in 36 of 38 career games. He finished his career with the Eagles with 17 sacks, ranking 11th in school history. As a senior in 2008 he earned Second Team Big Sky All-Conference honors and served as the team’s defensive co-captain. He earned honorable mention All-Conference honors as a junior in 2007, starting all 13 games at defensive end. Belford came to Weber State from Washington State where he spent two seasons as a Graduate Assistant with the Cougars working with Jody Sears, who was the defensive coordinator for the Cougars. At Washington State he handled a variety of duties on the defensive side of the ball, including running the scout team, film breakdown, and practice sessions. He is a native of Tacoma, Washington where he graduated from Lincoln High School. Belford was born in American Samoa.

Belford file

Alma Mater: Eastern Washington ‘08

Coaching Experience

Weber State Assistant Coach/DL - 2012-pres. Washington State Graduate Assistant - 2010-11

Justin Rascati is in his second season as an assistant coach with the Wildcats. He joined the WSU staff in the spring of 2012 and coaches the quarterbacks at Weber State. In his first season with the Wildcats in 2012 he coached Mike Hoke to a strong season at quarterback for Weber State. Hoke threw for more than 2,000 yards and 13 touchdowns during his senior season. Rascati played quarterback under then head coach John L. Smith at Louisville before transferring to James Madison where he led the Dukes to the Division I-AA (now FCS) championship in 2004. James Madison defeated Montana in the championship game. As a senior in 2004 he threw for over 2,00 yards and 14 touchdowns. He also rushed for 375 yards and 10 touchdowns. After graduating from James Madison he had tryouts in the NFL and the CFL. He played in the Arena Football 2 League and was an offensive coordinator for a high school in Kentucky before coming to Weber State. Rascati is a native of Gainsville, Florida. He is married to Jennifer Rascati. In June 2013 the coulple had their first child.

Rascati file

Alma Mater: James Madison ‘05

Coaching Experience

Weber State Assistant Coach/QB - 2012-pres. Kentucky Country Day (HS) Offensive Coordiantor - 2010-11

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RYAN SMAHA

TED STANLEY

Assistant Coach/ Special Teams 2nd Season

Assistant Coach/ Tight Ends 2nd Season

Ryan Smaha enters his second season as an assistant coach with the Wildcats where he coaches the special teams. He joined the WSU program in the summer of 2012. During his first season with the Wildcats Smaha coached junior punter Tony Epperson, who led the nation in punting average, before suffering a seasonending injury. Smaha came to Weber State from Idaho State where he was an assistant coach for the Bengals in 2011 coaching the outside linebackers. Prior to Idaho State Smaha spent the 2010 season as the tight ends coach at Western Oregon where he assisted the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach in run game planning. Smaha worked as a graduate assistant coach at Washington State from January 2007 to April 2010, where he coached with coach Sears. While working with Cougars, Smaha coached the SAM linebackers in 2008-09 and the assisted the defensive backs coach in 2007. During his coaching tenure he coached three Pac10 honorable mention players who all signed free agent contracts with NFL teams. Prior to WSU he had his first stint at Idaho State where he was the assistant recruiting coordinator from 2004-06. A native of Pullman, Wash., Smaha played for Eastern Oregon during in 2002 and 2003 seasons. He earned his bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and Marketing from Eastern Oregon in 2004 and graduated with his master’s degree in Higher Education Administration in 2011.

Stanley came to Weber State after spending the past nine seasons as the head football coach at Kenyon College, a Division III school in Gambier, Ohio. In 2005 he helped rebuild the Kenyon program and led the Lords to a 6-4 overall record an a second place finish in the North Coast Athletic Conference. He guided Kenyon to great success on the offensive side of the ball. Prior to his time at Kenyon, Stanley spent two seasons as the co-defensive coordinator at the University of Chicago. Prior to that he spent three seasons as the defensive line coach at Grinnell College, a Division III school in Grinnell, Iowa. Stanley served as the Director of Football Operations at the University of Utah in 1996 and 1997, under head coach Ron McBride. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Grinnell College in 1993 and went on to receive a master’s degree in Sports Management from the University of Utah in 1996. He also spent time as an assistant coach at Allen Hancock Junior College where he coach wide receivers and was a graduate assistant at Utah. Stanley is a native of Salt Lake City and graduated from Skyline High School. He has a one-year old daughther Emmerson.

Smaha file

Alma Mater: Eastern Oregon ‘04, Idaho State ‘11

Coaching Experience

Weber State - Assistant Coach/ST - 2012-pres. Idaho State - Assistant Coach - 2011 Western Oregon - Assistant Coach - 2010 Washington State - Graduate Assistant - 2007-09 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL Idaho State - Asst. Recruiting Coor. - 2004-06

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Ted Stanley returns for his second season on the Wildcat coaching staff where he coaches the tight ends. He joined the Wildcat staff in the spring of 2012.

Stanley file

Alma Mater: Grinnell College ‘93, Utah ‘96

Coaching Experience

Weber State - Assistant Coach/TE - 2012-pres. Kenyon College - Head Coach - 2003-11 U. of Chicago - Defensive Coordinator - 2001-02 Grinnell College - Assistant Coach - 1999-01 Utah - Dir. of Football Operations - 1996-97

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WILDCAT COACHING STAFF CRAIG STUTZMANN

COLTON SWAN

Assistant Coach/ Wide Receivers 2nd Season

Assistant Coach/ Linebackers 9th Season

Craig Stutzmann returns for his second season on the Wildcat coaching staff where he coaches wide receivers. During his first season with the Wildcats he coached Xavian Johnson, who earned Honorable Mention Big Sky All-Conference honors. Before coming to Weber State Stutzmann spent the 2011 season as an assistant coach at Rhodes College, a Division III school in Memphis. Prior to that he was a graduate assistant coach at the University of Memphis. Stutzmann has coaching experience in the Big Sky Conference as he spent the 2009 season as the wide receivers coach at Portland State. Prior to working with the Vikings he was a graduate assistant wide receivers coach in 2008 at his alma mater, the University of Hawaii. Stutzmann played wide receiver at Hawaii from 1998-2001, where he played under coach June Jones. He finished his career fifth in school history in career receptions with 177 catches for 2,025 yards and 18 touchdowns in 46 career games. He earned All-WAC honorable mention honors in 1999 and 2000. He was a team captain as a senior and graduated from Hawaii with a degree in Political Science in 2002. Following one season of playing for the BC Lions in the CFL, Stutzmann became a teacher and football offensive coordinator at Kalaheo High School in Hawaii in 2003. He then moved to St. Louis High School in 2004 where he was the head junior varsity coach for four seasons. St. Louis won the Hawaii junior varsity state championships in 2006 and 2007. Stutzmann and his wife Briana have one son, Baylor.

Stutzmann file

Alma Mater: Hawaii ‘02

Coaching Experience

Weber State - Assistant Coach/WR - 2012-pres. Rhodes College - Assistant Coach - 2011 Memphis - Graduate Assistant - 2010 Portland State - Assistant Coach - 2009 Hawaii - Graduate Assistant - 2008 St. Louis HS (HI) - Assistant Coach - 2004-07

Former Weber State linebacker Colton Swan returns for his ninth season with the Wildcats in 2013, making him the longest tenured coach at Weber State on the Wildcat staff. He coaches the linebackers at Weber State and also coordinates the efforts of the WSU Gridiron Club, a group of former Weber State football players. In 2012 Swan coached junior Anthony Morales, who earned Second Team Big Sky All-Conference honors and led the conference and was third in the nation in tackles. Prior to taking over the linebacker position, Swan spent three seasons as the Co-Defensive Coordinator for the Wildcats. During that stint he coached several players to All-Conference honors including Nick Webb and Trevor Pletcher and Taylor Sedillo. Prior to that, Swan spent three years coaching the WSU safeties. Swan is one of WSU’s successful walk-on stories. He came to Weber State in 1999 to try out and red shirted the season. In 2000 he played in 10 games, mostly on special teams, and had 12 tackles. He became a starter in the last five games of his sophomore season in 2001, registering 60 tackles. As a junior in 2002, he became a full-time starter earning a scholarship. He was named Honorable Mention AllBig Sky Conference and led the Wildcats with 89 total tackles. He was a mainstay on the 2003 team which posted an 8-4 record. He was named Second Team All-Big Sky Conference after he recorded 109 total tackles, had three forced fumbles and an interception. He graduated from Weber State in 2004 and was a three-time member of the Big Sky Academic All-Conference team. Swan was born Oct. 31, 1980 and is a native of Jerome, Idaho.

Swan file

Alma Mater: Weber State ‘04

Coaching Experience

Weber State Assistant Coach/LB - 2012-pres. Weber State Co-Defensive Coordiantor - 2008-10 Weber State Assistant Coach/Saf. - 2005-07

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WILDCAT SUPPORT STAFF

TYLER CARD

LOUIS BLAND

Graduate Assistant 2nd Season

Football Academic Coordinator 1st Season

Tyler Card is in his second season with the Weber State football team and his first as a Graduate Assistant Coach.

Louis Bland is in his first season at Weber State where he works as the Football Academic Coordinator.

Card joined the WSU program in 2012 and worked as the Football Academic Coordinator, as well as assisting in other areas with the team.

Bland comes to Weber State after four years of playing football at Washington State. He played linebacker for the Cougars from 2008-12, spending three seasons playing for Coach Jody Sears, who was the defensive coordinator.

Prior to coming to Weber State Card worked as an assistant football coach and recruiting coordinator at Southern Virginia University in Buena Vista, Va. Card coached the offensive line at SVU and assisted in other areas with the program. He joined the coaching staff at Southern Virginia after a standout playing career at the school. He played four seasons at center for the Knights and earned NAIA Honorable Mention All-American honors and NAIA All-Independent Second Team honors in 2009. He participated in the 2010 NAIA College Fanz All-Star game.

As a freshman in 2008 Bland playing in 12 games and started nine games and was named to Phil Steele’s Freshman All-America Third Team. He recorded 55 total tackles and two sacks on the season. Bland is a native of Modesto, Calif., and played high school football at Central Catholic High School in Modesto.

JAMES MONTGOMERY

Card was also a member of the 2007 Southern Virginia football team that recorded the program’s first winning season and the most wins of any NAIA Independent team that season.

Quality Control 1st Season

A native of West Valley City, Utah, Card attended Cottonwood High School.

James Montgomery is in his first season with the Weber State football program where he serves as Quality Control. In his role he assists in many aspects of the football program including assisting with game plans, scouting reports and film. Montgomery comes to Weber State after two seasons as an assistant coach at Del Campo High School in Sacramento. He played four seasons of college football with two seasons at California and two at Washington State. He was a member of the Cal Bears team from 2006-08 before transferring to Washington State where he played with the Cougars in 2009 and 2010. Coach Jody Sears was the defensive coordinator at WSU at the time. As a senior running back in 2010, Montgomery rushed for 493 yards and four touchdowns. He graduated from Washington State in 2011 with a degree in Social Sciences.

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A native of Sacramento, Montgomery attended Cordova High School.

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WILDCAT SUPPORT STAFF

JOEL BASS

JOHN HENDERSON

Assistant Athletic Director/ Head Athletic Trainer 22nd Season

Strength and Conditioning Coach 2nd Season

Joel Bass is in his 22nd season with Weber State Athletics. In 2011 he was elevated to the position of Assistant Athletic Director for Support Services/Head Athletics Trainer. A certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and a licensed athletic trainer in the state of Utah, Bass has been an active force in the better treatment of high school, collegiate and professional athletes. As a result of his work and dedication, Weber State now offers a four-year degree in Sports Medicine. Bass was the driving force behind the curriculum. Bass works primarily with the Wildcat football and men’s basketball teams, but also oversees all administrative responsibilities of the athletic training program. Athletics has always been a part of Bass’ life. The son of a former high school football coach, Bass participated in football, basketball, baseball and track as a teen. He played football at Ricks College, and then transferred to Utah State University where he earned a B.S. degree in Exercise Science, and served as an athletic training student. He received his Master’s degree in Athletic Training from Indiana State University in 1988 and then served as the Assistant Athletic Trainer at Montana State University for three years before coming to Ogden. He and his wife, Beth, are the parents of a daughter, Melissa, and a son, Jason. In October 2011 they welcomed their first grandchild Vincent.

John Henderson is in his second season as Strength and Conditioning coach at Weber State, overseeing all 16 WSU sports. He returned to WSU in 2012 after spending one year as the head athletic trainer at Cal State Monterrey Bay. Henderson initially came to Weber State in 2008 and served as an athletic trainer and assistant strength and conditioning coach. As a certified athletic trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association, John provides sports medicine coverage for Weber State’s 16 varsity sports. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in clinical athletic training from Weber State University in 2007, and a Master of Science degree in Sports Conditioning and Performance from Southern Utah University. Henderson is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Prior to coming to Weber State, Henderson served as the Program Development Coordinator for Mountain Land Physical Therapy and as the Director of Athletic Training Services at BASICS Sports Medicine. He created sports medicine outreach programs and provided services for local high schools, club, and professional sports teams including serving as the Head Athletic Trainer for a professional arena football team. He is an approved clinical instructor for the athletic training education program and teaches beginning and advanced rehabilitation. Henderson created and manages the strength and conditioning internship program which allows students to prepare for the CSCS exam and gain strength and conditioning experience in the university setting. He and his wife Yvette have two sons, Derek and Marcus.

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TOM SHURTLIFF Head Equipment Manager 21st Season

Tom Shurtliff is in his 21st season as Head Equipment Manager at Weber State. He oversees equipment needs for all 16 of Weber State’s intercollegiate sports. He began at Weber State in January 1992. Shurtliff follows in the footsteps of his father-in-law Ron Flygare, who served for over 30 years in the same capacity. A native of Ogden Shurtliff graduated from Ogden High School. He spent 17 years working for Steiner’s American Linen before assuming his current role at Weber State. Shurtliff is a Certified Member of the Athletic Equipment Manager’s Association. Married to the former Ronda Flygare, he is the father of three daughters, Sarah, Kellie and Stephanie. He is grandfather to five: Kendrick, Mickell, Saraih, Kyson, and Kempton.

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ALPHABETICAL

14 Jordan Adamczyk 30 Hasan Ali 94 Jalin Ames

QB S DL

8 24 66 63 7 20

Bo Bolen Josh Booker Tyson Brook Tyrone Brown Josh Burton DJ Bush

RB RB DL OL S S

42 16 78 17 25 21 47 15 77

Jonathan Carlson Austin Chipoletti Mike Cisneros Jadrian Clark Barrinton Collins A.J. Coney Kellen Copeland Braden Corpus Max Curtis

LB QB OT QB RB CB RB WR OL

19 6 2 57 34

Gabe Davis Robbie Diamond Cordero Dixon Romello Dixon Antonio Douglas

WR CB CB DL WR

12 Tony Epperson

S

41 39 33 80 95

K CB DT WR DL

Carson Fackrell Jalen Fields Karl Finai Gamal Fowler Darien Freeman

89 Jason Galligan 43 Grant Gary

TE LS

22 59 55 88 26 40

Eddy Hall Siamani Harris Joe Hawkins Helam Heimuli Justin Holliday Marquel Holmes

WR DE OL TE WR LB

46 56 5 23 4

Caleb Jackson Dakota Jenkins-Baty Devonte Johnson Tre’von Johnson Chris Jones

LB OL CB S S

No. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10

Name Pos. Ht. Cordero Dixon CB 5-10 Jonathan Willis QB 5-11 Chris Jones S 5-11 Devonte Johnson CB 6-1 Robbie Diamond CB 6-0 Josh Burton S 6-1 Bo Bolen RB/KR 5-9 Kela Marciel WR 5-10

Wt. 175 190 190 170 160 175 200 180

Yr. So. JR. Jr. So. Sr. RFr. Jr. Sr.

Exp. 1VL JC JC 1VL 3VL RS 2VL 3VL

Hometown (Previous School) Gainesville, FL (Gainesville) Oakland, CA (San Mateo JC) Compton, CA (Coll. of San Mateo) Denver, CO (South) Oklahoma City, OK (Putnam) Roseland, LA (Amite) Aurora, CO (Grandview) Kailua, HI (‘Iolani)

11 12 13 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Luke King LB Tony Epperson P Ryan Tuiasoa LB Jeff Kidd QB Jordan Adamczyk QB Braden Corpus WR Austin Chipoletti QB Jadrian Clark QB Anthony Miles-Woods CB Gabe Davis WR

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

220 So. 220 Sr. 210 Fr. 210 So. 205 Sr. 215 RFr. 190 Fr. 215 RFr. 200 Jr. 205 Fr.

1VL 3VL HS JC 2VL RS HS RS JC HS

Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood) Park City, UT (Park City) Kailua, HI (Punahou) Salem, OR (Redley) Canyon Country, CA (Canyons) Boise, ID (Borah) Jacksonville, FL (Oakleaf) Lakeland, FL (Lakeland) Santa Rosa, CA (Snow JC) Jacksonville, FL (Bartram Trail)

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

DJ Bush A.J. Coney Eddy Hall Chase Nakamura Tre’von Johnson Josh Booker Barrinton Collins Justin Holliday Tony Schmitz Adam Padilla Kiwa Mo’o Zach Smith

S CB WR WR S RB RB WR RB S WR RB

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

205 Jr. 170 Fr. 185 Fr. 190 Sr. 190 Fr. 205 Sr. 195 Jr. 185 RFr. 225 Sr. 185 So. 190 Fr. 190 Fr.

JC HS HS 2VL HS 3VL JC RS 2VL 1VL HS HS

San Jose, CA (Foothill College) Orlando, FL (Oviedo) Wellsville, UT (Mountain Crest) Wailuku, HI (Utah) Salt Lake City, UT (Hunter) Oklahoma City, OK (Putnam No.) Corona, CA (Centennial) El Paso, TX (UTEP) Boise, ID (Boise) La Mirada, CA (St. Paul) Syracuse, UT (Syracuse) Kissimmee, FL (Gateway)

30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

Hasan Ali Cody Raymond Jimmy Ralph Karl Finai Antonio Douglas Oran Maxwell Matt Strebel Chris Wheeler Felix Woods Jalen Fields

S WR WR DT WR RB S S LB CB

6-0 5-9 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-10

220 175 185 245 160 180 205 185 200 165

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

RS 1VL JC 2VL JC RS HS 1VL HS RS

San Antonio, TX (Holy Cross) Sandy, UT (BYU) Raymond, AB, Canada (Lethbridge) Kearns, UT (Kearns) Oakland, CA (San Jose CC) Orlando, FL (Evans) Reno, NV (Robert McQueen) Templeton, CA (Allan Hancock JC) Lake City, FL (Columbia) Mira Mesa, CA (Mira Mesa)

Marquel Holmes Carson Fackrell Jonathan Carlson Grant Garry Anthony Morales Obi Owoh Caleb Jackson Kellen Copeland Spencer Unga Shaun McClain

LB K DL LS LB DE LB RB LB K

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

205 175 250 225 230 245 210 195 200 250

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

1VL HS JC RS 3VL 1VL HS HS RS 3VL

Ocala, FL (Trinity Catholic) Ogden, UT (Bonneville) Antioch, CA (Diablo Valley Coll.) Sandy, UT (Jordan) Edmond, OK (Edmond Memorial) Roswell, GA (Roswell) Cerritos, CA (Gahr) Boise, ID (Timberline) Ogden, UT (Bonneville) Redlands, CA (Redlands)

84 Jake Kahawaii TE 85 Shaydon Kehano WR 13 Jeff Kidd QB 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 11 Luke King LB

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51 Alex Land OG 50 98 Adam Lewis DE 51 81 Cameron Livingston WR 52 53 10 Kela Marciel WR 55 56 53 Dustin Martin DE 57 35 Oran Maxwell RB 59 49 Shaun McClain K 87 Cody McKague TE 63 18 Anthony Miles-Woods CB 66 28 Kiwa Mo’o WR 68 44 Anthony Morales LB 69 90 Danny Mullarkey DE 92 Connor Myers DT 70 74 23 Chase Nakamura WR 75 76 70 Shane Oliverson OL 77 45 Obi Owoh DE 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89

Roman Valenzuela Alex Land Tyson Tiatia Dustin Martin Joe Hawkins Dakota Jenkins-Baty Romello Dixon Siamani Harris

LB OL C DE OL C DL DT

6-0 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-3

220 280 260 255 295 260 230 255

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

1VL 2VL 3VL 1VL 1VL HS RS 1VL

South Jordan, UT (Bingham) Edmond, OK (Edmond Santa Fe) Provo, UT (Timpview) Liberty, UT (Weber) Vero Beach, FL (Vero Beach) Salt Lake City, UT (Cottonwood) New Orleans, LA (Archbishop Shaw) Kearns, UT (Hunter)

Tyrone Brown Tyson Brook Shelton Robinson Joe Rauseo

OL DL OT OL

6-2 6-1 6-3 6-7

290 RFr. 265 RFr. 285 Jr. 290 Fr.

RS RS 2VL HS

Orlando, FL (Lake Highland) Connell, WA (BYU) Pocatello, ID (Highland) Daytona Beach, FL (Mainland)

Shane Oliverson Cameron Young A.J. Wilcox Justin Turner Max Curtis Mike Cisneros

OL OL OL OL OL OT

6-4 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-4

260 305 275 265 260 270

So. RFr. RFr. So. RFr. Fr.

1VL RS RS 1VL RS HS

Hyde Park, UT (Preston) Cove, TX (Barbers Hill) Clearfield, UT (Syracuse) Layton, UT (Layton) Meridian, ID (Mountain View) Las Vegas, NV (Desert Pines)

Gamal Fowler Cameron Livingston Zane Smith Erik Walker Jake Kahawaii Shaydon Kehano Tyler Parson Cody McKague Helam Heimuli Jason Galligan

WR WR TE WR TE WR WR TE TE TE

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

180 185 240 170 245 185 185 230 225 230

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

1VL HS 1VL 3VL 1VL 2VL SQ RS RS HS

Dayton, TX (Dayton) Ocala, FL (Ocala Vanguard) Salt Lake City, UT (Brighton) Park City, UT (Park City) Laie, HI (Golden West CC) Kaneohe, HI (Castle) Bountiful, UT (Woods Cross) Boise, ID (Borah) Woods Cross, UT (Bountiful) Marsing, ID (Marsing)

DE DE DT DL DL DL DE DL

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

245 Sr. 280 Jr. 270 Jr. 245 So. 300 Fr. 270 Jr. 240 Fr. 250 Fr.

3VL 2VL 2VL SQ HS JC HS HS

Phoenix, AZ (Desert Vista) Kearns, UT (Cottonwood) Edmond, OK (Edmond Memorial) West Jordan, UT (Juan Diego) Renton, WA (Bellevue) Granite Bay, CA (Colorado State) Meridian, ID (Rocky Mountain) Mililani, HI (Mililani)

28 86 97 99

Adam Padilla Tyler Parson Colton Paulhus Mene Perese

CB WR DL DL

32 69 31 68

Jimmy Ralph Joe Rauseo Cody Raymond Shelton Robinson

WR OL WR OT

27 29 82 36

Tony Schmitz Zach Smith Zane Smith Matt Strebel

65 Tyson Tiatia 13 Ryan Tuiasoa 76 Justin Turner

RB 90 Danny Mullarkey RB 91 James Washington TE 92 Connor Myers S 94 Jalin Ames 95 Darien Freeman C 97 Colton Paulhus LB 98 Adam Lewis OL 99 Mene Perese

48 Spencer Unga

LB

50 Roman Valenzuela

LB

83 91 37 93 3 38

WR DE S OL QB LB

Erik Walker James Washington Chris Wheeler A.J. Wilcox Jonathan Willis Felix Woods

74 Cameron Young

OL

Coaching staff

Jody Sears Steve Morton Robin Pflugrad Eric Lewis Jason Belford Justin Rascati Ryan Smaha Ted Stanley Craig Stutzmann Colton Swan Tyler Card

Head Coach Associate Head Coach / Offensive Line Offensive Coordinator / Running backs Defensive Coordinator / Secondary Assistant Coach / Defensive Line Assistant Coach / Quarterbacks Assistant Coach / Special Teams Assistant Coach / Tight Ends Assistant Coach / Wide Receivers Assistant Coach / Linebackers Graduate Assistant Coach

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PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

Assistant Coach / Quarterbacks

Jordan Adamczyk Karl Finai Gamal Fowler Helam Heimuli Jake Kahawaii Shaydon Kehano Kela Marciel Obi Owoh Adam Padilla Mene Perese Tyson Tiatia

a-dom-check Fee-Nigh Jamal Hey-Moo-Lee KAH-Hawaii Kay-Ha-No Kell-ah Mar-see-ell Oh-Bee Oh-woe Pa-Dee-A Per-es-ay Tee-A-Tee-A

Ryan Smaha

Assistant Coach / Special Teams

Robin Pflugrad

FLEW-grad

Ted Stanley

Assistant Coach / Tight Ends

Craig Stutzmann

Assistant Coach / Wide Receivers

Colton Swan

Assistant Coach / Linebackers

Jody Sears

Head Coach

Steve Morton

Associate Head Coach / Offensive Line

Robin Pflugrad

Offensive Coordinator / Running backs

Eric Lewis

Defensive Coordinator / Secondary

Jason Belford

Assistant Coach / Defensive Line

Justin Rascati

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Washington (2) Utah (25)

Jalin Ames

Tyson Brook

Darien Freeman

Canada (1)

Jimmy Ralph

Colorado (2)

Bo Bolen

Georgia (1)

Obi Owoh

Devonte Johnson

Oregon (1)

Tony Epperson Jeff Kidd Carson Fackrell Karl Finai Idaho (8) Grant Garry Kellen Copeland Eddy Hall Braden Corpus Siamani Harris Max Curtis Willie Harris Jason Galligan Helam Heimuli Adam Lewis Dakota Jenkins Cody McKague Trevon Johnson Shelton Robinson Luke King Tony Schmitz Dustin Martin Kiwa Mo’o Nevada (2) Shane Oliverson Mike Cisneros Tyler Parson Matt Strebel Cody Raymond Zane Smith Tyson Tiatia Justin Turner Spencer Unga Hawaii (6) Roman Valenzuela Jake Kahawaii Erik Walker Shaydon Kehano James Washington Kela Marciel A.J. Wilcox Chase Nakamura Mene Perese Ryan Tuiasoa

Texas (4)

Hasan Ali

Justin Holliday Gamal Fowler Cameron Young

Louisiana (2) Arizona (1)

Danny Mullarkey California (14)

Jordan Adamczyk

Josh Burton

Romello Dixon

Oklahoma (5)

Josh Booker

D.J. Bush Robbie Diamond Jonathan Carlson Alex Land Barrinton Collins Anthony Morales Antonio Douglas Connor Myers Jalen Fields Caleb Jackson Chris Jones Shaun McClain Adam Padilla Colton Paulhus Chris Wheeler Jonathan Willis A. Woods-Burningham

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Tyrone Brown

Austin Chipoletti Jadrian Clark A.J. Coney Gabe Davis Cordero Dixon Joe Hawkins Marquel Holmes Cameron Livingston Oran Maxwell Joe Rauseo Zach Smith Felix Woods

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6-0 • 230 • MLB Senior Edmond, Okla.

2012 All-Big Sky Second Team Anthony returns for his senior season with the Wildcats and is one of the top returners in the Big Sky this season. For the third straight season Anthony will serve as one of the Wildcat team captains. He led the conference and was third in the nation in tackles in 2012. In three years at Weber State he has played in 30 career games and had 242 career tackles. He enters the season needing 32 more tackles to move into the WSU career top 10. Also needs 26 more assisted tackles to make the top 10 list. Anthony was named to the Big Sky Conference Preseason All-Conference team, the only Wildcat named to the list. Has also earned several preseason All-American honors, including being named to the College Sports Journal Preseason All-American Third Team. He was also named to the Phil Steele FCS Preseason All-American Fourth Team.

2012 (Junior)

Served as one of the Wildcat team captains and started nine of 11 games during the season...Earned Second Team Big Sky All-Conference honors at linebacker...Led the Big Sky and was third in the nation in tackles per game at 12.0...Averaged 13.9 tackles per game in seven Big Sky Conference games played...Missed the first and last games of the season due to injuries...Recorded 108 total tackles on the season with 48 unassisted and 60 assisted tackles...Had 10 or more tackles in six of nine games on the year... Recorded a career-high 23 tackles in WSU’s loss to Montana on Nov. 3...The 23 tackles was the most by a Wildcat in a game in 11 years and tied for the sixth most in school history...Also had 17 tackles against Cal Poly and 16 against Eastern Washington, both nationally ranked teams...Had 9.5 tackles for loss on the year for a total of 26 yards... Averaged 1.06 tackles for loss per game, 17th best in the Big Sky...Also recorded one fumble recovery, one quarterback hurry and a half a sack during the season.

2011 (Sophomore)

Started in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Earned Honorable Mention Big Sky All-Conference honors at linebacker...Finished third in the Big Sky in tackles at 10.5 per game...Recorded 115 total tackles during the season with 79 assisted and 36 unassisted...Recorded double digits in tackles in eight of 11 games...Had a career-high 14 tackles in WSU’s Homecoming win over Idaho State Oct. 15...Was ninth in the conference in tackles for loss with 10 for an average of 0.91 per game...Had 2.5 in the win over Idaho State...Also recorded two sacks, one at Utah State and one against Montana State and had one forced fumble and two quarterback hurries...Recorded his first career interception in the season-ending win at Portland State and returned that interception 25 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL yards.

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2010 (Freshman)

Played ten games as a red shirt freshman for the Wildcats and started one game...Recorded 19 total tackles on the year with 10 unassisted and nine assisted...Had a seasonhigh eight tackles at Sacramento State, including one tackle for loss.

2009

Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with the Wildcats in February 2009.

Edmond Memorial High School

Played for Coach Mark Walker at Edmond Memorial in Edmond, Okla...Was the two-time team Defensive Player of the Year...Two-time All-State and All-Big City...Was the 2008 District Player of the Year...Named as one of the state’s “Top 50” players by Rivals.com... Three-year starter, and team captain his senior year...Was a highly skilled high school wrestler and was the 2008-09 state 165-pound wrestling champion.

Personal

Full name is Anthony David Morales...Was born Aug. 27, 1990...Loves snowboarding and plans to get better while living in Utah.

Individual Career History

CAREER STATS

Anthony Morales INTERCEPTIONS

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL ALL PURPOSE

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL TACKLES

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL SACKS

2010 2011 2012 TOTAL

g

10 11 9 30

no. yards

0 1 0 1

td long

0 25 0 25

0 0 0 0

0 25 0 25

avg/r

avg/g

0.0 25.0 0.0 25.0

0.0 2.3 0.0 0.8

g

rush

rcv

pr

kr

ir

total

avg/g

10 11 9 30

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 25 0 25

0 25 0 25

0.0 2.3 0.0 0.8

g

ua

a

total

tfl

pd

ff

fr

blk

10 11 9 30

10 36 48 94

9 79 60 148

19 115 108 242

1.0-3 10.0-40 9.5-26 20.5-69

0 1 0 1

0 1 1 2

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

g

ua

a

total

yards

10 11 9 30

0 2 0 2

0 0 1 1

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BO BOLEN 5-9 • 200 • RB/KR Junior Aurora, Colo.

Bo is a former All-American who returns to the Wildcats after serving a two-year mission for the LDS Church to the Philippines. He will serve as one of the Wildcat team captains this season. He enters his junior season in 2013 and is expected to be a top contributor at running back and in kickoff returns. He has appeared in 23 games at Weber State and earned All-American honors as a freshman in 2009...He enters the 2013 season ranked third in WSU history in career kickoff returns yards with 1,805 for an average of 24.4 per return...Is also eighth in school history in career all-purpose yards with 3,476 and is 24th in WSU history in career rushing yards with 1,146 and has six career touchdowns.

2010 (Sophomore)

Was not expected to play for the Wildcats during the 2010 season due to serving an LDS Church mission...Received his mission call to the Philippines and was not assigned to leave until Dec. 8 so he returned to play the 2010 season with the Wildcats...Earned Second Team Big Sky All-Conference honors on special teams...Played in all 11 games and started eight games for the Wildcats...Finished eighth in the Big Sky in rushing at 64 yards per game...Had 153 carries for 704 yards and three touchdowns...Had a seasonhigh 156 rushing yards and two touchdowns in a home win over Portland State...Also rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown in WSU’s four overtime home win over Northern Colorado on Sept. 11... Finished third in the Big Sky in all-purpose yards at 163.8 per game...Totaled 1,802 all-purpose yards on the season...Was fourth in the conference in kick return average at 24.2 per kick...Returned 35 kicks for 847 yards...Had over 110 yards on kick returns in four games during the season...Also had 32 receptions for 256 yards and one touchdown.

2009 (Freshman)

Earned Second Team All-Big Sky Conference honors as a fullback, and was named Second Team All-American by The Sports Network...Rushed 88 times for 442 yards and three touchdowns, and had 27 catches for 269 yards and three more touchdowns...Had a huge game at Northern Colorado, filling in for Trevyn Smith as the starter...Carried a career high 37 times for a career high 207 yards and scored one touchdown...Also had three catches for 43 yards and three kickoff returns for 45 yards...Had 39 kickoff returns for 958 yards (24.6 ypr) with a long of 67 yards at Eastern Washington...Had seven kickoff returns for 168 yards in the NCAA Division I FCS playoff game at William & Mary...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Physics.

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Grandview High School

Ran for 4,284 yards and scored 53 touchdowns during his career at Grandview High School for Coach John Schultz...Led the Colorado 5A schools in rushing both in 2006 (1,910 yds) and 2007 (2,374 yards)...Led Grandview HS to the 2007 state 5A championship and was named the game’s offensive MVP...Named the 2007 Colorado 5A Player of the Year...A two-time member of the All-State Academic Team as well.

Personal

Full name is Bo Taimalelagi-Craig Bolen...Was born Sept. 10, 1990...Is the great-great grandson of Taimalelagi Malietoa, former king of Samoa...Is majoring in Physics at Weber State.

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6-4 • 220 • Punter Senior Park City, Utah

Tony returns for his senior season with the Wildcats. In 2012 he established himself as one of the top punters in the nation and led the nation in punting prior to a season-ending injury. Was named to the College Football Performance Award Punter Watch list prior to the 2013 season. In three seasons he has appeared in 27 career games at Weber State. Has spent three seasons playing safety but will likely only focus on punting this season.

2012 (Junior)

Played in six games during the season for the Wildcats before suffering a season-ending knee injury...Prior to the injury he was leading the nation in punting...In just six games had one of the best punting seasons in WSU history...Had 32 punts for 1,536 yards, an average of 48.0 yards per punt, the best single-season average in school history...Half of his punts were 50 or more yards...Set a school record with an average of 55 yards per punt in the home opener against McNeese State where he had eight punts for 440 yards...Had the fifth best average single-game average at 51.3 at UC Davis and had the seventh best average of 50.7 at BYU...Had a career-high punt of 74 yards at BYU, the seventh longest punt in school history...Also started all six games at safety and recorded 42 tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery...Had one interception for 25 yards against BYU...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors.

2011 (Sophomore)

Had a strong sophomore year and played and started in 10 games for the ‘Cats... Earned Honorable Mention Big Sky All-Conference honors as a safety...Recorded 68 total tackles during the season, third most on the WSU team and 16th most in the Big Sky... Averaged 6.8 tackles per game...Had 43 assisted tackles and 25 unassisted tackles... Had a career-high 12 tackles Oct. 29 at Montana and recorded 11 tackles in WSU’s 3912 Homecoming win over Idaho State on Oct. 15...Also recorded 2.5 tackles for loss and had one pass breakup...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Business Administration.

2010 (Freshman)

Played in all 11 games as a freshman for the Wildcats...Recorded three tackles on the season with one tackle each coming against Northern Colorado, Sacramento State, and Idaho State...Also punted the ball in the first three games of the season for the ‘Cats... Had seven punts for 235 yards, an average of 33.6 yards per game.

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Park City High School

Played at Park City High School under coach Brandon Matich, the same school as History Individual Career current Wildcat teammate Erik Walker...Was named First Team All-State Class 3A by the Deseret News and Tony Second Team by the Salt Lake Tribune...Helped lead the Miners Epperson to the semifinal game of the 2007 Class 3A playoffs...Played both free safety and wide RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g receiver. 2010 11 0 0 0 2011 10 0 0 0 Personal 2012 6 2 -4 0 27 2 is Oct. -4 14...Is 0 Full name is AnthonyTOTAL John Epperson...Birthday

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JORDAN ADAMCZYK Quarterback • 6-1 • 205 Senior Canyon Country, Calif.

14 Jordan returns for his senior season and fifth year in the Wildcat program. He is expected to be one of the top quarterbacks for Weber State this season. He has appeared in nine career games heading into the 2013 season.

HASAN ALI

2012 (Junior) Saw action in four games as the number two quarterback during the season...Finished the season 8-12 passing for 128 yards...Had a season-high 75 yards passing against McNeese State...Was 2-2 for 48 yards against BYU, including a season-high 39-yard completion...Also had four carries for 19 yards...Finished the year with a pass efficiency rating of 156.3. 2011 (Sophomore) Jordan was the number two quarterback for the Wildcats and saw action in five games during the season...Earned his first collegiate start Oct. 29 at Montana...In the game against the Grizzlies he finished the day 18-40 for 196 yards passing...For the year he was 1943 passing...Finished the season with a pass efficiency of 73.17. 2010 (Freshman) Was third on the depth chart at quarterback behind Cameron Higgins and Mike Hoke...Did not see game action during the season but gained experience during practice. 2009 Sat out the season as a red-shirt. Canyons High School Played under Coach Chris Varner at Canyons High School...Completed 173-280 passes for 2,622 yards and 26 touchdowns his senior season...Had a single-game best of 402 yards and five touchdowns, completing 18-27 passes against Chaminade...Set school record, completing 62 percent of his passes in 2008...Earned First Team Foothill League and Santa Clarita Valley honors.

Safety • 6-0 • 220 R-Freshman San Antonio, Texas

30 Hasan will be a red shirt freshman safety with the Wildcats this season. 2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012. Holy Cross High School Played for coach Mike Harrison at Holy Cross High School in San Antonio...Was the team captain and also earned First Team AllDistrict, All-Area, All-City, and All-State honors...Recorded 96 tackles with three sacks and one interception...Also had three fumble recoveries and returned one for a touchdown...Had nine rushing touchdowns on offense and one kickoff return for a touchdown... Also ran track at Holy Cross High School Personal Was born Aug. 20, 1993.

Personal Full name is Jordan Robert Adamczyk...Last named is pronounced a-DOM-check....Was born Feb. 20, 1991...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State...Enjoys camping and hanging out with friends.

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JALIN AMES Defensive End • 6-3 • 245 Sophomore West Jordan, Utah

94 Jalin returns for his sophomore season on the defensive line for the Wildcats. 2012 (Freshman) Appeared in just one game on the season...Saw action in WSU’s home opener against McNeese State but did not record any stats. 2011 Sat out the season as a red-shirt with the Wildcats. Juan Diego High School Graduated from Juan Diego High School...Played for coach Jon Colosimo...Earned First Team 3A All-State honors...Recorded 51 tackles and 7.5 sacks as a senior...Signed with the Wildcats in February 2011. Personal Full name is Jalin Ames...Was born March 12, 1993...Plans on majoring in Business at Weber State.

JOSH BOOKER Running back • 6-0 • 205 Senior Oklahoma City, Okla.

24 Josh returns for his senior season and his fifth year in the Wildcat program. He is a returning All-Conference performer. After three seasons he has played in 32 games at Weber State. He enters the season with 250 career rushes for 1,146 career rushing yards, which ranks 19th in WSU history...Has eight career rushing touchdowns.

Was Weber State’s top running back throughout the season and earned Big Sky Second Team All-Conference honors...Finished fourth in the Big Sky in rushing at 63.7 yards per game...Led the Wildcat rushing attack finishing with 118 rushing attempts for 701 yards and five rushing touchdowns...Averaged 5.9 yards per carry...Rushed for over 100 yards twice during the year...Finished with 117 yards on 18 carries in WSU’s first game of the season at Wyoming...Had a career-high 121 yards on 17 carries against second-ranked Montana State on Nov. 5...Also had a seasonhigh two rushing touchdowns in the game with the Bobcats...Also had touchdowns against Sacramento State and Southern Utah... Against the Thunderbirds he had a career-long 42-yard rush...During the season he became the 26th Wildcat to reach 1,000 career rushing yards...Finished the season with 16 receptions for 109 yards...Was fourth on the Wildcat squad in all-purpose yards with 810, 73.6 yards per game. 2010 (Freshman) Played in all 11 games and started one game for the Wildcats during the season...Finished third on the team in rushing yards per game at 50...Rushed for 550 yards on 91 carries during the season, an average of 6.0 yards per carry, best on the WSU squad... Also recorded two touchdowns, one at Boston College and one at Northern Colorado...Had a career-high game of 90 yards on eight carries in the four-overtime win over Northern Colorado, including a 61-yard rush, his longest of the season...Also had 13 receptions for 97 yards on the season, and had one receiving touchdown at Sacramento State...Was fourth on the Wildcat team in all-purpose yards with 647 for an average of 58.8 per game. 2009 Sat out the season as a red-shirt. Putnam North High School Played under Coach Bob Wilson at Putnam North High School in Oklahoma City...Was a high school rival with current WSU teammate Robbie Diamond who attended Putnam High...Made the Oklahoma “Top 50 List” in 2008...Earned All-State Class 6A honors...Rushed for more than 1,100 yards in 2008, averaging 9.4 yards per game. Personal Full name is Joshua Booker...Was born Oct. 2, 1990...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State...Favorite pro athlete is Reggie Bush...Loves cinnamon rolls, singing and acting.

2012 (Junior) Saw action in 10 games during the season for the Wildcats...Had 41 rushes for 165 yards and one touchdown...Rushed for a seasonhigh 64 yards on 10 carries and had one touchdown in the second game of the season at BYU...Also totaled five receptions for 31 yards and had 196 all-purpose yards on the season. 2011 (Sophomore) Played in all 11 games for the Wildcats and started in 10 games...

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WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY

2013 WILDCATS

TYSON BROOK

JOSH BURTON

Defensive Line • 6-1 • 265 R-Freshman Connell, Wash.

Safety • 6-1 • 175 R-Freshman Roseland, La.

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Tyson will be a red shirt freshman on the defensive line this season after joining the Wildcats in the summer. BYU Tyson originally signed at BYU at sat out the 2012 season as a red shirt with the Cougars. Connell High School Graduated from Connell High School in 2012 where he played for coach Wayne Riner...Earned First Team All-State honors on both the offensive and defensive line...Team won the state title in 2009 with a perfect 14-0 record and in 2011 at 13-1. Personal Was born Nov. 27, 1993 in Kennewick, Wash...Parents are Brandon and Stephanie Brook...Enjoys hunting, fishing and hanging out with family...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State.

TYRONE BROWN

Josh returns as a red shirt freshman safety for the Wildcats. 2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012. Amite High School Played for coach Alden Foster at Amite High School in Amite, Louisiana, graduating in 2012...Earned Second Team All-District honors as a senior and Honorable Mention All-District honors as a junior... Had six career interceptions, recorded 112 tackles and had one touchdown...Team lost by one point in the finals of the state championship as a senior. Personal Full name is Joshua Burton...Was born Nov. 3, 1993 in Hammond, Louisiana...Parents are Roy Burton and Rosa McGee...Nickname is JB...Is majoring in Human Performance at Weber State...Plays the piano.

Offensive Line • 6-2 • 290 R-Freshman Orlando, Fla.

63 Tyrone returns as a red shirt freshman on the offensive line for the Wildcats. 2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012. Lake Highland High School Played for coach Tim Borcky at Lake Highland Preparatory School, graduating in 2011...Was named to the Super 60 list his final two seasons (one of the top 60 players in Central Florida)...Started three seasons at Lake Highland and played four years of varsity football. Personal 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL Was born July 21, 1993 in Orlando...Parents are Keith and Beatrice Brown...Plans on majoring in Communication at Weber State.

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D.J. BUSH

JONATHAN CARLSON

Safety • 6-0 • 205 Junior San Jose, Calif.

Defensive Line • 6-2 • 250 Junior Antioch, Calif.

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D.J. joins Weber State as a safety after playing two years of junior college football. He enrolled at Weber State in the spring of 2013 and participated in spring camp. Foothill College Played two seasons at Foothill College in Los Altos, Calif....Saw action in 10 games for the Owls and recorded 57 total tackles in 2012, 17th best in the NorCal Conference...Averaged 5.7 tackles per game and had 40 solo tackles, ranking 13th in the conference... Also had three interceptions and returned one for a touchdown. Arizona State Originally signed with Arizona State and sat out the 2010 season as a red shirt with the Sun Devils. Archbishop Mitty High School Graduated from Archbishiop Mitty High School in San Jose... Earned Honorable Mention CCS honors.

Jonathan joined Weber State this summer as a defensive lineman. Diablo Valley Junior College Played two seasons at Diablo Valley Junior College in Pleasant Hill, Calif...Was part of the Diablo team that went to a bowl game in 2012. Clayton Valley High School Graduated from Clayton Valley High School in 2010 where he played for Coach Dardi...Earned First Team All-League honors and played defensive end and offensive tackle. Personal Was born Dec. 27, 1991 in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif...Parents are Christopher and Bergin Carlson...Plans on majoring in Psychology at Weber State.

AUSTIN CHIPOLETTI

Personal Was born March 4, 1992...Parents are Michael and Nancy Bush.

Quarterback • 5-11 • 190 Freshman Jacksonville, Fla.

16 Austin comes to Weber State as a true freshman quarterback after signing with the Wildcats in February. He is one of several players on the team from Florida. Oakleaf High School Attends Oakleaf High School where he played for his father, Derek Chipoletti...As a senior in 2012 was named to the Second Team AllFirst Coast Area and earned All-State Honorable Mention honors and First Team All-County honors...Was named Offensive MVP of the Florida-Georgia All-State Game...Finished the season 112-191 passing for 1,510 yards and 15 touchdowns...Also rushed for 295 yards and six touchdowns...Attended Bradford High School as a junior in 2011 and passed for 1,896 yards and 18 touchdowns and earned First Team All-State honors...Also rushed for 529 yards and 11 touchdowns...Also punted at Oakleaf and averaged 36.4 yards per punt.

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2013 WILDCATS

MIKE CISNEROS

BARRINTON COLLINS

Offensive Tackle • 6-4 • 270 Freshman Las Vegas, Nev.

Running back • 5-9 • 195 Junior Corona, Calif.

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Mike will be a freshman offensive tackle for the Wildcats after signing in February.

Barrinton is back with the Wildcats after missing the 2012 season. He will be a junior running back with the ‘Cats this season.

Desert Pines High School Played for Coach Bennett and Desert Pines High School in Las Vegas...Was a First Team All-League selection on the offensive line and the defensive line...Also earned First Team All-Division and Second Team All-State honors on both sides of the ball.

2011 (Freshman) Had a strong fall camp for the ‘Cats but was originally scheduled to red-shirt the season...Did not play in WSU’s first game but saw action in the final 10 games...Led Weber State in all purpose yards with 914 on the year, an average of 91.4 yards per game...Had 74 rushing attempts for 359 yards and one touchdown...Had a seasonhigh 79 rushing yards and one touchdown in WSU’s 45-21 win at Northern Colorado on Sept. 24...Also had eight carries for 70 yards win the home opening win over Sacramento State...Had 12 receptions for 149 yards and one touchdown...Had a 59-yard reception at Northern Colorado and had an 18-yard touchdown reception in the Homecoming win over Idaho State...Had 20 kickoff returns for the Wildcats for 406 yards...Averaged 20.3 yards per kickoff return, ninth best in the Big Sky.

Personal Was born April 19, 1995 in Mexico...Parents are Alfonzo and Maria Cisneros.

JADRIAN CLARK Quarterback • 6-3 • 215 R-Freshman Lakeland, Fla.

17 Jadrian returns as a red shirt freshman quarterback for the Wildcats. 2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012.

Centennial High School Played for coach Matt Logan at Centennial High School in Corona, California...Was named the Big VIII League Co-Offensive Player of the Year and earned Rivals.com First Team All-State honors... Was also named to the California Hi Sports All-State Team...Totaled 2,400 career rushing yards with 42 touchdowns...Averaged 10.1 yards per carry...Scored five touchdowns in a game on four different occasions...His Centennial team set the all-time California record with over 7,000 total yards in his senior season...Centennial won the Inland Division Championship and advanced to the state title game. Personal Full name is Barrinton Collins...Was born Dec. 29, 1992...Plans on majoring in Communication at Weber State...Attended the same high school as WSU men’s basketball junior Gelaun Wheelwright.

Lakeland High School Played for coach Bill Castle at Lakeland High School...Earned Second Team All-County honors as a junior...In one game during junior season he passed for 302 yards and four touchdowns in just one half of a game...Earned Second Team preseason All-State honors as a senior. Personal 2011 STATE FOOTBALL Was bornWEBER April 22, 1994 in Indianapolis, Indiana...Plans on majoring in Business Administration at Weber State.

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A.J. CONEY

BRADEN CORPUS

Cornerback • 5-8 • 170 Freshman Orlando, Fla.

Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 215 R-Freshman Boise, Idaho

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A.J. comes to Weber State as a freshman cornerback from Orlando. He is one of 12 players on this year’s team from Florida. Oviedo High School Was named to the Orlando Sentinel Super 60 list as one of the top players in Central Florida...Was ranked 24th on the Super 60 list...Earned First Team All-Central Florida honors and was named the top cornerback in Central Florida...Played for Coach Wes Allen at Oviedo High School where he was a three-year starter... Also earned First Team 7A All-State, First Team All-Conference and First Team All-District honors...Helped lead Oviedo to an 11-2 record...Recorded five interceptions and had 34 total tackles on the season...Also rushed for 142 yards and three touchdowns and had seven pass deflections...Played in the Central Florida All-Star Game. Personal Was born Dec. 30, 1994 in Coca Beach, Fla....Mother is Deborah Coney.

KELLEN COPELAND

Braden returns as a red shirt freshman wide receiver. 2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012...Originally signed as a quarterback but was moved to wide receiver during fall camp. Borah High School Played for his father, coach Darren Corpus at Borah High School, the same high school as fellow Wildcat freshman Cody McKague... Threw for over 1,900 yards and 16 touchdowns with no interceptions as a senior...Also rushed for 900 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns..Earned First Team All-Conference Honors as a quarterback...Was the Team Captain and the Team MVP...Also was an All-Star selection...Also played basketball and track at Borah High. Personal Was born May 21, 1994...Parents are Darren and Christy Corpus... Father was his high school coach. Siblings are Kai and Kiana.

MAX CURTIS

Running back • 5-10 • 195 Freshman Boise, Idaho

Offensive Line • 6-5 • 260 R-Freshman Meridan, Idaho

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Max returns as a red shirt freshman on the offensive line for the Wildcats.

Timberline High School Graduated from Timberline High School in Boise in 2012 where his father Kirk was the head coach...As a junior he earned Second Team All-Conference honors as a defensive back and led the team in tackles with 94...As a senior he earned First Team All-Conference honors as a running back and a defensive back and was First Team All-State as a defensive back.

2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012.

Personal Was born July 1, 1994 in Idaho Falls, Idaho...Full name is Kellen Dean Copeland...Parents are Kirk and Lisa Copeland...Is majoring in Business at Weber State.

Mountain View High School Played for coach Judd Benedicks at Mountain View High School in Meridian, Idaho...Was the team captain as a senior in 2011 and earned the MAV Award for being outstanding on and off the field... Was named to the honor roll at Mountain View all four years...Also played basketball and track and field at Mountain View. Personal Was born Oct. 27, 1993 in Meridian, Idaho...Full name is Maxwell Curtis.

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2013 WILDCATS

GABE DAVIS

ROBBIE DIAMOND

Wide Receiver • 5-11 • 205 Freshman Orlando, Fla.

Cornerback • 6-0 • 170 Senior Oklahoma City, Okla.

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Gabe comes to Weber State as a freshman wide receiver from Jacksonville after signing with the Wildcats in February. Is one of 12 players on this year’s squad from Florida.

Robbie returns as a senior at cornerback for the Wildcats. In three seasons at Weber State he has appeared in 27 career games and has 39 career tackles.

Bartram Trail High School Attended Bartram Trail High School in Jacksonville, Fla., where he played for Coach Sutherland...Played running back and wide receiver and returned kicks...Earned All-Conference and All-County honors as a senior in 2012 and was an All-First Coast Honorable Mention selection...Had 32 receptions for 631 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior...Also had 14 rushes for 157 yards and three touchdowns and returned two kickoffs for touchdowns...Totaled 13 touchdowns on the year...Had nine kickoff returns for 285 yards for an average of 31.7 per return...Had one return of 99 yards and one of 91 yards...Was also a member of the Bartram Trail track and field 4X400 meter relay team that won the state title.

2012 (Junior) Played in all 11 games and started seven games for the Wildcats... Recorded 16 total tackles on the season with 10 unassisted and six assisted...Had a season-high five tackles at BYU and had three at Fresno State.

Personal Was born Sept. 22, 1993...Full name is Gabriel Davis.

2011 (Sophomore) Battled injuries throughout the season but was able to play in five games at cornerback during the season...Totaled 17 tackles with 10 unassisted and seven assisted tackles...First action came in WSU’s Homecoming win over Idaho State Oct. 15 where he had a season-high eight tackles...Also played in the final four games of the season...Had six tackles with five unassisted tackles in the final home game of the season against Northern Arizona. 2010 (Freshman) Appeared in all 11 games as a red-shirt freshman and started one game for the ‘Cats...Recorded six total tackles during the season with three assisted and three unassisted...Had a season-high two tackles in a win at Northern Arizona...Also had one fumble recovery in WSU’s first game of the season Sept. 4 at Boston College. 2009 Sat out the 2009 season as a red-shirt. Putnam High School Starred at Putnam High School in Oklahoma City under Coach Mark Little and John Wofford...Was a high school rival of current WSU teammate, Josh Booker, who attended Putnam North...Was the Putnam team captain and MVP in 2008...Had 96 tackles and two interceptions as a defensive back and 13 catches for 187 yards and two touchdowns as a receiver...Earned an invitation to play in the Jim Thorpe AllStar game.

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Personal Full name is Robbie LaVell Diamond... Was born October 27, 1990...Is majoring in Health Promotions at Weber State.

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CORDERO DIXON

ANTONIO DOUGLAS

Cornerback • 5-10 • 175 Sophomore Gainesville, Fla.

Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 160 Junior Oakland, Calif.

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Cordero returns as a sophomore cornerback and kickoff returner with the Wildcats. He was named to the College Football Performance Awards preseason FCS watch list for kick returners. 2012 (Freshman) Played in 10 of 11 games as a true freshman for the Wildcats...The highlight of the year came on his first career kickoff return which he returned 100 yards for a touchdown against Montana on Nov. 3...It was the fifth 100 yard kickoff return in WSU history and the first in six years...It was also the first kickoff return for a touchdown in five years...In the last three games of the season he had four kickoff returns for 170 yards and one touchdown...Averaged 42.5 yards per kick return, all coming in the final three games of the season. Gainesville High School Earned All-Area honors and participated in the Florida-Georgia AllStar game where he was named the Team MVP...Had four interceptions, 56 tackles, nine pass breakups and two defensive touchdowns...Has a 37” vertical leap.

Antonio joined WSU this summer as a junior wide receiver. San Jose City College Played two seasons at San Jose City College, playing for coach Carlton Coner...Earned First Team All-Conference honors at wide receiver...Helped team win the 2011 Living Breath Bowl game. Milpitas High School Graduated from Milpitas High School in 2010...Played for coach Kelly King...Earned First Team All-League honors at wide receiver...Team won league title and CCS title. Personal Was born Dec. 9, 1991 in Pasadena, Calif...Is majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State.

CARSON FACKRELL Kicker • 5-11 • 175 Freshman Ogden, Utah

Personal Was born Nov. 10, 1993... Mother is Vickie Allen...Has three older brothers, Gary, Barry and Robert...Is pursing a BIS degree.

ROMELLO DIXON

Defensive Line • 6-1 • 230 R-Freshman New Orleans, La.

57 Romello will be a red shirt freshman linebacker. Archbishop Shaw High School Graduated from Archbishop Shaw High School in New Orleans in 2012. Personal Was born Aug. 23, 1994 in New Orleans...Parents are Rodney and Michele Dixon...Plans on majoring in Zoology at Weber State.

41 Carson comes to Weber State as a freshman kicker from Ogden. He enrolled at Weber State in the spring of 2013 and participated in spring camp. Bonneville High School Graduated from Bonneville High School in 2012 where he played for coach Randy Johnson...Only played football his senior year of high school...As a senior in 2011 he played in 10 games and made nine field goals and 21 PAT’s...Made a 54-yard field goal against Roy...Also made the game winning PAT in the 4A-5A All-Star game...Was a soccer player prior to playing football...Was named Region 5 Co-MVP as a kicker in 2011 by the Standard-Examiner... Was the soccer team captain as a senior and earned All-Region honors as a forward...Posted a perfect 4.0 G.P.A. during his senior year at Bonneville. Personal Was born Aug. 22, 1993 in Ogden...Parents are Jim and Valerie Fackrell.

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JALEN FIELDS Cornerback • 5-10 • 165 R-Freshman San Diego, Calif.

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Kearns High School Graduated from Kearns High School in 2007...Played for coach Bill Casper at Kearns...Earned All-Region honors as a senior in 2006... Played running back and defensive back for the Cougars. Personal Full name is Karl Mani Finai...Last name is pronounced Fee-Nigh... Was born Sept. 11, 1988...Is majoring in Forensic Science/Investigation at Weber State...Served an LDS Church Mission to San Bernardino, California before joining the Wildcats.

Jalen returns as a red shirt freshman running back for the Wildcats. 2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012. Mira Mesa High School Graduated in 2012 from Mira Mesa High School...Played for coach Gary Blevins at Mira Mesa...Was named Varsity Team MVP and was named to the All-Academic Team.

GAMAL FOWLER

Personal Was born Sept. 16, 1994 in San Diego...Name is pronounced: Jaylen...Plans on majoring in Kineseology at Weber State.

Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 180 Sophomore Dayton, Texas

KARL FINAI Defensive Tackle • 5-11 • 245 Junior Kearns, Utah

33 Karl returns for his junior season at Weber State. After playing two years at running back he was moved to the defensive line prior to the 2013 season. He has appeared in 20 career games in two seasons with the Wildcats. 2012 (Sophomore) Played in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Had two rushing attempts for a total of four yards...Also had three receptions for 13 yards with two catches in the season-ending with at Idaho State...Had one kickoff return for 27 yards against Northern Colorado. 2011 (Freshman) Participated in spring practice with the Wildcats after return home for an LDS Church mission...Played in the final nine games for the season at fullback for the Wildcats...Had just one rushing attempt and two receptions...His first career reception was a oneyard touchdown catch in WSU’s 45-21 win at Northern Colorado on Sept. 24...Also had a seven-yard reception at Montana Oct. 29... 2011 FOOTBALLBig Sky Academic Had two WEBER total tacklesSTATE on the season...Earned All-Conference honors in Forensic Science/Investigation.

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80 Gamal returns for his sophomore season at wide receiver after playing as a true freshman last year. 2012 (Freshman) Appeared in six games and started one for the Wildcats as a true freshman...Finished the season with 11 receptions for 101 yards... Had three catches for 34 yards in his first collegiate game against Cal Poly...Had two catches in each of the next four games. Dayton High School Played for coach Jowell Hancock at Dayton High School...Earned First Team All-District honors as a wide receiver...Had 61 receptions for 900 yards and 15 touchdowns...Also played three years of basketball and track and field at Dayton High. Personal Name is pronounced: Jamal...Was born April 26, 1994...Parents are Stephen and Geretta Fowler...Has six siblings...Is majoring in Family Studies at Weber State.

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DARIEN FREEMAN

GRANT GARRY

Defensive Line • 5-11 • 300 Freshman Renton, Wash.

Long snapper • 6-2 • 225 Sophomore Sandy, Utah

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Darien will be freshman defensive tackle with the Wildcats after coming to WSU this summer. Bellevue High School Graduated in 2013 from Bellevue High School in Bellevue, Wash... Team won state title in all four years of high school...Team only lost one game in his four years of high school...Earned All-League honors each of his final three seasons...Was First Team All-State as a junior and senior. Personal Was born Nov. 22, 1994 in Riverside, Calif...Parents are Yusef and Allona Freeman...Has four brothers and four sisters...Nickname is Big Baby D...Loves legos...Is fluent in Sign Language...Plans on majoring in Business at Weber State.

JASON GALLIGAN

Grant will be a sophomore long snapper with the Wildcats this season. He enrolled in WSU in the spring of 2013 and participated in spring camp. Utah State Was a red shirt freshman at Utah State during the 2011 season before coming to WSU. Jordan High School Graduated from Jordan High School in 2011 where he played for coach Eric Kjar...Earned All-State honors as a junior at linebacker where he had 83 tackles, four fumble recoveries and four sacks... Was a team captain. Personal Was born Sept. 2, 1992 in Sacramento...Middle name is Quinn... Parents are Brian and Andrea Garry...Is majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State...Wants to work in the FBI or Secret Service after college.

EDDY HALL

Tight End • 6-4 • 230 Freshman Marsing, Idaho

Wide Receiver • 5-9 • 185 Freshman Wellsville, Utah

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Eddy will be a freshman wide receiver with the Wildcats this season.

Marsing High School Comes to Weber State from Marsing High School where he graduated in 2013 and played for coach Jamie Wood...Earned First Team All-Conference honors as a junior and senior...Was a punter and played wide receiver and defensive end...Team won the conference title and finished third in the state in his senior year...Also earned All-Conference honors in basketball for four years and was a high jump district champion...He holds the Marsing High School record in the high jump at 6-01.

Mountain Crest High School Was named the Utah 4A MVP by KSL and the Logan Herald Journal...Earned First Team All-State honors at running back in 2012 as well as First Team All-Region honors...Had 235 carries for 1,585 rushing yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior...Averaged 121.9 rushing yards per game...Helped led the Mustangs to the title game in the state 4A playoffs in each of the past two seasons...Also threw for two touchdowns in 2012 and had 27 receptions for 251 yards and three touchdowns...As a sophomore, earned Newcomer of the Year Region honors and was named to the All-Region First Team.

Personal Was born Sept. 19, 1994 in Pocatello, Idaho...Parents are Don and Kathy Galligan...Nickname is “Bird” which he has had since birth... Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State...Has been able to dunk a basketball since the eighth grade.

Personal Was born Nov. 28, 1994 in Logan...Full name is Eddy Tirrell Hall... Parents are Ben and Rosa Hall...Plans on majoring in Criminology at Weber State...Is an excellent bowler.

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SIAMANI HARRIS

JOE HAWKINS

Defensive End • 6-3 • 255 Sophomore Kearns, Utah

Offensive Line • 6-2 • 225 Sophomore Vero Beach, Fla.

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Siamani returns for his sophomore season as a defensive end with the Wildcats.

Joe returns for his sophomore season after starting 10 games on the offensive line in 2012.

2012 (Freshman) Saw action in 10 games as a true freshman for the Wildcats...Recorded nine total tackles with five unassisted and four assisted... Also had one tackle for loss...Had a season-high four tackles, including one for a loss at BYU on Sept. 8...Also recorded a sack against the Cougars.

2012 (Freshman) Appeared in all 11 games and started the last 10 games as a true freshman after signing with the Wildcats in February 2012...Was part of the offensive line that blocked for All-Conference running back C.J. Tuckett and quarterback Mike Hoke.

Hunter High School Played for coach Les Hamilton at Hunter High School...Earned First Team All-Region III honors...Recorded 14 sacks...Also competed in track and field at Hunter in the 100 meters, 200 meters and shot put. Personal Nickname is “Boss”...Was born Nov. 11, 1993...Plans on majoring in Communication at Weber State.

Vero Beach High School Played for coach Lenny Jankowski at Vero Beach High School in Vero Beach, Florida...Earned First Team All-Area honors and Third Team All-State honors as a senior...Also competed in track and field at Vero Beach where he was a thrower on the team. Personal Was born Aug. 4, 1994...Parents are Joe and Demetrose Hawkins... Plans on majoring in Accounting at Weber State.

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HELAM HEIMULI

MARQUEL HOLMES

Tight End • 6-3 • 225 R-Freshman Woods Cross, Utah

Linebacker • 6-0 • 205 Sophomore Ocala, Fla.

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Helam will be a red shirt freshman tight end for the Wildcats this fall after returning from an LDS Church mission. 2010 Sat out the 2010 season with the Wildcats as a red shirt...Was originally signed as a defensive end. Bountiful High School Played under veteran coach, Larry Wall, at Bountiful High where he was a three-year starter on both sides of the ball...Earned First Team Class 4A honors in 2009...Helped lead the Braves to three straight Region championships...Named one of the team captains for the 2009 season. Personal Full name is Helam Kalei’ipana Heimuli...Parents are Lakei and Pania Heimuli...Has four siblings: Hema, Hevynn, Houston and Harrison...Is majoring in Nutrition at Weber State.

2012 (Freshman) Played in 10 games and started one as a true freshman after signing with Weber State in February 2012...Recorded seven total tackles on the season with five coming in WSU’s season ending win at Idaho State...Also had tackles against Fresno State and Cal Poly. Trinity Catholic High School Played for coach John Brawtley at Trinity Catholic High School in Ocala, Florida...Earned Second Team All-State honors as a junior and senior...Was named the team linebacker of the Year as a senior...Also earned All-County honors as a junior in 2010...Recorded 11.5 sacks and 16 tackles for loss as a junior. Personal Was born Sept. 7, 1993.

JUSTIN HOLLIDAY

CALEB JACKSON

Wide Receiver • 5-9 • 185 R-Freshman El Paso, Texas

Linebacker • 6-2 • 260 Freshman Cerritos, Calif.

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Justin will be a red shirt wide receiver this season. 2012 (UTEP) Was a red shirt freshman wide receiver at UTEP in 2012, playing under legendary coach, and former WSU head coach Mike Price. Franklin High School Graduated from Franklin High School in El Paso in 2012...Earned All-District honors and team was District champions...Totaled 40 receptions for 800 yards and 10 touchdowns. Personal Was born Sept. 22, 1993 in Atlanta...Parents are Guy and Patricia Holliday...His father Guy is currently the wide receiver coach at BYU...He played football at USC and has also spent time as an assistant coach at several other schools including UTEP and Mississippi State...Justin lived in six different states growing up...Plans on majoring in Communication at Weber State with a minor in Math.

Caleb joined WSU this summer and will be a freshman linebacker this season. Gahr High School Graduated from Gahr High School in 2013...Earned Second Team All-League honors in 2011. Personal Was born June 29, 1995 in Long Beach, Calif...Parents are Jack Jackson and Sarah Jackson-Flores...Is majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State...People have told him he looks like Tiger Woods.

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DAKOTA JENKINS-BATY

DEVONTE JOHNSON

Offensive Line • 6-1 • 260 Freshman Salt Lake City, Utah

Cornerback • 6-0 • 170 Sophomore Denver, Colo.

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Devonte returns for his sophomore season at cornerback for the Wildcats.

Cottonwood High School Graduated from Cottonwood High School in 2013 where he played for veteran coach Greg Croshaw.

2012 (Freshman) Saw action in 10 games and started six games for the Wildcats... Recorded 36 total tackles on the season with 20 unassisted and 16 assisted tackles...Had a season-high nine tackles against Northern Colorado on Nov. 10...Recorded one tackle for loss, coming in WSU’s season opener at Fresno State...Also had three pass breakups with two coming at BYU.

Personal Was born March 6, 1995 in Salt Lake City...Parents are Steve Baty and Pam Jenkins...Father Steve played football at Weber State from 1981-84 and also ran track and field...Steve Baty still has the 10th fastest time in WSU history in the 110 meter hurdles at 14.40... Brother Zach Jenkins also played football at WSU...Dakota plans on majoring in Zoology at Weber State.

2011 Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats. South High School Graduated from South High School in Denver where he played for coach Tony Lindsay...Finished his senior year of 2010 with 38 receptions for 803 yards, finishing as the third-best receiver in the state of Colorado...Earned First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-State honors...Also earned high school letters in track and field and basketball...Averaged 14.3 points, four assists, and 2.3 steals per game in basketball and competed in the state track and field meet in the relay events. Personal Full name is Devonte Johnson...Nickname is Vonte...Was born January 3, 1993...Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State.

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TRE’VON JOHNSON

JAKE KAHAWAII

Safety • 6-1 • 190 Freshman Salt Lake City, Utah

Tight End • 6-4 • 245 Junior Laie, Hawaii

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Tre’von joins Weber State as a true freshman safety after signing with the Wildcats in February. Hunter High School Played for Coach Scott Henderson at Hunter High School and earned Second Team All-Region honors as a running back and safety...Had two interceptions during the season and earned 5A Honorable Mention All-State honors...Had 98 carries for 633 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior in 2012. Personal Was born Feb. 10, 1995 in St. Louis, Mo...Parents are Will and Clarissa.

Jake returns for his junior season at tight end for the Wildcats. 2012 (Sophomore) Appeared in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded three tackles on the year with two coming against Northern Colorado and one at Idaho State...Also had one kickoff return in WSU’s first win of the season at Southern Utah. Golden West CC Played one season at Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California...Saw action in five games for the Rustlers and finished with six receptions for 52 yards...Averaged 8.7 yards per catch... Team won bowl game in 2011. Kahuku High School Graduated from Kahuku High School in Laie, Hawaii in 2006... Played for coach Siuaki Liuai...Was part of the team that won the state title his senior year of 2005.

CHRIS JONES Safety • 5-11 • 190 Junior Compton, Calif.

Personal Was born July 11, 1988 in Kahuku, Hawaii...Served an LDS Church mission to Quetzaltenango Guatemala from 2008-2010.

4 Chris will be a junior safety with the Wildcats this season. College of San Mateo Played two seasons at the College of San Mateo where he played for Coach Brett Pollack. Compton High School Graduated from Compton High School in 2010...Earned First Team All-League honors on defense and offense...Was named team MVP and Most Inspirational Player...Had a game winning interception against Compton-Dominquez. Personal Full name is Chris Dion Jones, Jr...Was born April 7, 1992 in Ingelwood, Calif...Parents are Chris Jones and Antinette Blake...Is majoring in Communication at Weber State...Loves all sports and loves to compete...Wants to become a coach after college.

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SHAYDON KEHANO Wide Receiver • 5-11 • 185 Junior Kaneohe, Hawaii

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Castle High School Played under Coach Nelson Mae’ea at Castle High...Helped lead his team to a victory in the 2009 state quarterfinal game, scoring on a screen pass with less than a minute to play. Personal Full name is Shaydon Ioane Kehano...Last name is pronounced: KAY-HA-NO...Was born Oct. 7, 1992...Is majoring in Communication at Weber State...Likes to play the piano and ukuele...Says he came to Weber State because of the success of Tim Toone and wants to emulate his game.

Shaydon is back for his junior season at wide receiver for the Wildcats. He played in just three games before suffering a season-ending knee injury in 2012 and received his junior season back as a medical red shirt. He has appeared in 20 career games at Weber State and has 56 career receptions for 1,082 yards and 11 touchdowns. He enters 2013 needing 278 more receiving yards to break into the WSU career top 20 list. 2012 Played in just three games due to injury...Started the first three games of the season but suffered a knee injury against McNeese State and missed the rest of the season...Recorded 11 receptions for 149 yards and two touchdowns in the three games played... Had four catches for 59 yards and one touchdown in the season opener at Fresno State...Also had six catches for 80 yards and a touchdown against McNeese State. 2011 (Sophomore) Had a breakout sophomore year as the top Wildcat receiver... Earned Big Sky Honorable Mention All-Conference honors and stared all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Had 43 receptions for 883 yards and eight touchdowns...Was seventh in the Big Sky in receiving yards per game at 80.3...Averaged 20.3 yards per catch...Recorded at least one catch in 10 of the 11 games... Had six receptions against Southern Utah, Montana, and Montana State...Had a career-high 157 receiving yards against Idaho State... Had three catches on the day with two of them going for touchdowns...Had an 83-yard reception against the Bengals on Oct. 15, marking the eighth longest pass play in Weber State history...Also had four catches for 100 yards and three touchdowns in WSU’s win at Northern Colorado on Sept. 24...Also had two touchdowns in a win over Sacramento State and one in the season finale victory at Idaho State...All eight of his touchdowns came in Weber State victories...Was second on the team in non-kicking scoring with 48 points...Was ninth in the league in touchdown scoring at 4.4 points per game 2010 (Freshman) Appeared in six games for the Wildcats during the season and started at home against Portland State on Oct. 23...Only recorded stats in one game during the season, his first collegiate game Sept. 4 at Boston College...Had two catches for 50 yards in that game, including a 24-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter of that game...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors during the season.

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JEFF KIDD Quarterback • 6-4 • 210 Sophomore Salem, Ore.

13 Jeff will be a sophomore quarterback with the Wildcats this season after joining WSU in the summer. Reedley College Played during the 2010 season at Reedley College in Reedley, Calif...Was a unanimous selection for All-League First Team honors at quarterback and was named to the preseason All-American list. Sprague High School Graduated from Sprague High School in Salem, Ore...Played football, basketball and baseball in high school...Earned All-State honors in football and baseball...Was named the Salem, Oregon Athlete of the Year...Holds the Sprague High School record for most career passing yards...Was the unanimous selection for league QB of the Year and was second overall in the state offensively. Personal Was born May 13, 1992 in Salem, Ore...Full name is Jeffery Wallace Kidd...Parents are Kurtis and Bonnie Kidd...Has three older siblings...Served an LDS Church mission to Sao Paulo, Brazil before coming to Weber State...Is majoring in Business at WSU.

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LUKE KING

ALEX LAND

Linebacker • 6-0 • 220 Sophomore Salt Lake City, Utah

Offensive Line • 6-4 • 280 Junior Edmond, Okla.

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Luke returns as a sophomore linebacker for the Wildcats. He played in three games in 2012 before a season-ending injury and received a medical red shirt for the season.

Alex returns for his junior season on the offensive line after starting all 11 games last year. He has played in all 22 games of his career at Weber State.

2012 Appeared in three games before suffering a season ending injury... Saw action at Fresno State, at BYU and at home against Eastern Washington...Recorded 25 tackles in the three games with nine each at Fresno State and BYU.

2012 (Sophomore) Started all 11 games on the offensive line for the Wildcats...Was part of the line that blocked for All-Big Sky running back C.J. Tuckett and for quarterback Mike Hoke.

2011 (Freshman) Played in seven games as a freshman linebacker for the Wildcats... Recorded 16 total tackles during the season with nine assisted and seven unassisted...Had a career-high six tackles in WSU’s 4521 win at Northern Colorado on Sept. 24...Also had four tackles against Utah State and Sacramento State..Had one fumble recovery, also coming at Northern Colorado...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Computer Science. Cottonwood High School Graduated from Cottonwoood High School in Salt Lake City where he played for coach Josh Lyman...Earned Second Team All-State honors and First Team All-Region honors...Was named the Defensive MVP for Region 2. Personal Full name is Luke King...Was born March 10, 1993...Plans on majoring in Computer Science at Weber State.

2011 (Freshman) Saw action in all 11 games on the offensive line for the Wildcats... Was part of the line that blocked for All-Conference performers Mike Hoke and Josh Booker. 2010 Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in February 2010. Santa Fe High School Played under Coach Bruce Gowen at Santa Fe High School in Edmond, Oklahoma...Comes out of the same high school program as former teammate Trevor Pletcher...Earned All-State, All-District, All-Area and All-Conference honors in 2009...Was rated as one of the top 20 offensive linemen in the state of Oklahoma his senior season...Helped two of his running back teammates rush for over 1,000 yards in 2008 and 2009...Posted a 3.80 GPA. Personal Full name is Alex Land...Was born April 21, 1992...Plans on majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State.

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ADAM LEWIS

KELA MARCIEL

Defensive End • 6-6 • 240 Freshman Meridian, Idaho

Wide Receiver • 5-10 • 180 Senior Kailua, Hawaii

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Adam will be a freshman defensive end for the Wildcats this season after signing with WSU in February. Rocky Mountain High School Attends Rocky Mountain High School in Meridian, Idaho where he played for Coach Warr...Earned All-Conference honors and was the team Captain as a senior in 2012...Is a three-time All-Academic selection...Also played tight end at Rocky Mountain...Was also a member of the track and field team and won the state title in the discus. Personal Was born June 9, 1995 in Phoenix...Parents are Darby and Carla Lewis...Is majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State.

CAMERON LIVINGSTON Wide Receiver • 6-2 • 185 Freshman Ocala, Fla.

81 Cameron joins WSU as a freshman wide receiver after signing with the Wildcats in February. He is one of 12 players on this year’s roster from Florida. Ocala Vanguard High School Played for Coach Casteneda at Ocala Vanguard...Earned First Team All-County honors as a senior in 2012...Tied the Ocala Vanguard school record for most receiving touchdowns...Had 30 receptions for 479 yards and four touchdowns during the season...Averaged 16 yards per catch...Set a new school record with a 93-yard touchdown reception against Bucholz...Averaged 47.9 receiving yards per game. Personal Was born April 4, 1995...Parents are Wayne and Denise Livings2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL ton...Has one brother, Wayne.

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Kela returns for his senior season with the Wildcats. After playing three years at cornerback he was moved to wide receiver prior to the 2013 season. He has appeared in 32 career games at Weber State and has 91 career tackles and 141 punt return yards. 2012 (Junior) Played in all 11 games and started three games during the season...Recorded 32 total tackles with 21 unassisted and 11 assisted tackles...Had a season-high eight tackles against Montana... Recorded 12 punt returns for 55 yards...Had 18 punt return yards against McNeese State and Cal Poly...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Human Performance Management. 2011 (Sophomore) Saw action in 10 games for the Wildcats...Finished third in the Big Sky in punt return average...Recorded 12 punt returns for 86 yards for an average of 7.2 yards per return...Had a season-long return of 30 yards in WSU’s Homecoming win over Idaho State...Also had one kickoff return of 22 yards against the Bengals...Was second on the WSU team and 13th in the Big Sky in passes defended... Had five pass breakups and recorded one interception...Recorded 37 total tackles on the season with 23 unassisted and 14 assisted. 2010 (Freshman) Appeared in all 11 games and started two games...Recorded 22 total tackles on the season...Had a season-high four tackles in WSU’s Homecoming win over UC Davis on Sept. 25...Had one interception for six yards in WSU’s win at Northern Arizona on Nov. 13...Was named to the Big Sky Academic All-Conference Team. 2009 - Sat out the 2009 season as a red-shirt. ‘Iolani High School Played on two state championship teams in football and one in basketball...Earned All-State honors his sophomore year as a defensive back and at quarterback his junior and senior seasons...Had 12 career interceptions...Had a 70-yard touchdown run in the state championship as a senior. Personal Full name is Wylie Kapo’okela Heine Marciel... Name is pronounced: KELLah MAR-see-ell...Was born July 18, 1990...Is majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State.

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DUSTIN MARTIN

ORAN MAXWELL

Defensive End • 6-3 • 255 Sophomore Liberty, Utah

Running back • 5-9 • 180 R-Freshman Orlando, Fla.

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Dustin returns for his sophomore season on the defensive line after playing in all 11 games in 2012. 2012 (Freshman) Appeared in all 11 games at defensive end for the Wildcats...Totaled 17 tackles on the year and had 1.5 tackles for loss...Had four tackles against Fresno State and Northern Colorado...Also recorded one sack against the Bears. 2011 Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats after returning from an LDS Church mission in Tijuana, Mexico. Weber State Track and Field Dustin is also a member of the Weber State men’s track and field team...In 2013 he finished fifth in the discus at the Big Sky Outdoor Championships...Also qualified for the indoor championships in the weight throw...Currently ranks fifth in school history in the discus and the weight throw...During the 2012 outdoor season he finished seventh in the discus at the Big Sky meet and was tenth in the hammer throw...As a freshman in 2009 he won the Big Sky title in the discus at the outdoor championships in Missoula, Montana... Set a WSU freshman record in the discus...Became just the fourth Wildcat to capture the Big Sky title in the discus...Qualified for the NCAA West regional meet where he finished 13th.

Oran returns as a red shirt freshman running back for the Wildcats. 2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012. Evans High School Graduated from Evans High School in 2012...Recorded more than 1,200 all-purpose yards as a senior and also finished with 86 tackles and 16 sacks...Team was 7A Division Champions in 2011... Posted a 3.6 G.P.A. in high school. Personal Was born June 13, 1993 in Orlando.

Weber High School Earned varsity letters in football, wrestling and track for the Weber High Warriors...Was the 2008 Utah Class 5A state wrestling champion at 215 pounds and earned all-America honors as well...Was the 2008 Utah Class 5A state Discus champion...Earned All-Region honors in football. Personal Full name is Dustin Miller...Parents are Mike and Brenda Martin... Was born April 9, 1990.

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SHAUN MCCLAIN Kicker • 6-3 • 250 Senior Redlands, Calif.

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Shaun returns for his senior season at kicker for the Wildcats. Prior to the 2013 season he was named to the College Football Performance Awards preseason watch list for placekickers. After three seasons at Weber State Shaun has appeared in 32 career games and has 33 career field goals. He ranks seventh in WSU history in career field goals made. He has led the Wildcats in points scored in each of the past three seasons and ranks 14th in school history in career points, entering the 2013 season. He is seventh among kickers in career points scored. 2012 (Junior) Appeared in all 11 games during the season...Finished the season 22-23 on extra point attempts, the seventh best percentage in the Big Sky...Converted on 9 of 12 field goal attempts on the season... Made five field goals of 40 or more yards...Hit a career long field goal of 46 yards twice on the year, against Cal Poly and Southern Utah...Also made a 45-yard field goal against Northern Colorado... Was a perfect 4-4 on field goal attempts under 40 yards...Made his final five field goal attempts of the season. 2011 (Sophomore) Shaun appeared in 10 games for the Wildcats on the year...Finished the season 9-17 on field goals...Was sixth in the conference in field goals per game and was eighth in field goal percentage... Had a career-long 45-yard field goal Sept. 10 at Utah State...Was the only Wildcat to attempt a field goal during the season...Was 1-1 from 20-29 yards, 6-8 from 30-39 yards, 2-7 from 40-49 yards, and 0-1 above 50 yards...Finished fourth in the conference in PAT kicking percentage at 97.1 percent...Ended the season 33-34 on extra point kicks...Made his final 31 extra point attempts to finish the season...Scored 60 points and ranked sixth in the conference in scoring by a kicker. 2010 (Freshman) Played in all 11 games as a kicker for the Wildcats during the season...Was 15-20 on field goals on the season...Had a season-long field goal of 40 yards in WSU’s win at Northern Arizona Nov. 13... Made 11 straight field goals during the year...Was 24-26 on extra point attempts on the season for a percentage of 92.3 percent, sixth best in the Big Sky...Scored 69 points for the Wildcats, sixth best in the Big Sky among kickers...Also had five kickoffs for 267 yards, all coming in WSU’s first game at Boston College on Sept. 4.

CODY MCKAUGE Tight End • 6-4 • 230 R-Freshman Boise, Idaho

87 Cody returns as a red shirt freshman tight end for the Wildcats. 2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in February 2012. Borah High School Played for coach Darren Corpus at Borah High School in Boise, the same high school as fellow Wildcat Braden Corpus...Was a team captain and earned First Team All-State and First Team All-Conference honors at the tight end position...Had 36 receptions for 626 yards and four touchdowns...Also had 23 tackles including seven tackles for loss and three sacks...Also competed in basketball and track and field at Borah High. Personal Was born April 13, 1994.

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DANNY MULLARKEY Defensive End • 6-3 • 245 Freshman Phoenix, Ariz.

Cornerback • 6-0 • 200 Junior Provo, Utah

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Anthony will be a junior cornerback for the Wildcats this season after coming to WSU during the summer. Snow Junior College Played two seasons of football at Snow Junior College where he played for coach Tyler Hughes. Provo High School Graduated from Provo High School in 2009...Played football and track and field where he was a top javelin thrower...Set the school record in the javelin and was a two-time state champion in the event...Also accidently hit someone with the javelin during the state meet but still managed to win state title. Personal Was born May 20, 1991 in Santa Rosa, Calif...Parents are Dezi and Brian Miles and LaSean Woods...Is majoring in Sales at Weber State...Enjoys motorcycle riding.

KIWA MO’O Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 190 Freshman Syracuse, Utah

28 Kiwa will be a freshman wide receiver with the Wildcats this season after joining the team in the summer. Syracuse High School Graduated in 2013 from Syracuse High School...Earned Honorable Mention 5A All-State honors from the Deseret News. Personal Was born April 18, 1995...Parents are Nathan and Janine Mo’o...Is one of four children.

Danny returns for his senior season at defensive end for the Wildcats. In three years at Weber State he has appeared in 27 career games and has 39 career total tackles. 2012 (Junior) Played in all 11 games and started in 10 games for the Wildcats during the season...Finished ninth in the Big Sky in fumbles recovered with two...Both fumble recoveries came in WSU’s home opener against McNeese State...Became the ninth player in WSU history with two fumble recoveries in one game...Recorded 18 total tackles on the season with 10 unassisted and eight assisted tackles...Had a season-high four tackles at Sacramento State including one sack...Also had a sack in the season opener at Fresno State. 2011 (Sophomore) Played in 10 games for the Wildcats at the defensive end...Recorded 17 total tackles on the year with four unassisted and 13 assisted tackles...Had a career-high five tackles in Weber State’s 49-17 home opening win over Sacramento State on Sept. 17. 2010 (Freshman) Appeared in six games for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded four total tackles on the year, two unassisted and two assisted...Totaled two tackles in his first collegiate game, Sept. 4 at Boston College...Also had one quarterback hurry, coming in WSU’s win at Idaho State Oct. 16...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors. 2009 Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in February 2009. Desert Vista High School Comes out of Desert Vista High, a perennial prep football power in the state of Arizona...Played under Coach Dan Hinds...Team was the 2007 state runners up...Earned Second Team state class 5A honors as a tight end and Honorable Mention All-Arizona team as a defensive end. Personal Full name is Daniel Scott Mullarkey...Was born June 28, 1990...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State.

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CONNOR MYERS

CHASE NAKAMURA

Defensive Tackle • 6-0 • 270 Junior Edmond, Okla.

Wide Receiver • 6-3 • 190 Senior Wailuku, Hawaii

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Connor returns as a junior defensive tackle. He will serve as one of the Wildcat team captains this season. He has played in 21 games in his two seasons at Weber State and has 27 total tackles entering the 2013 season. 2012 (Sophomore) Started all 11 games at defensive tackle for the Wildcats...Was one of nine players on the team to start all 11 games...Recorded 17 total tackles with nine unassisted and eight assisted tackles...Also had two tackles for loss...Had a season-high four tackles against Montana on Nov. 3...Had tackles for loss against Sacramento State and Southern Utah. 2011 (Freshman) Played in 10 games and started one for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded 10 tackles on the season with six assisted and four unassisted...Had two tackles each at Utah State, at Northern Colorado, at Montana and home to Montana State, the one game he started...Also had a fumble recovery against the second-ranked Bobcats on Nov. 5. Edmond Memorial High School Graduated from Edmond Memorial High School in Edmond, Oklahoma where he played for Coach Justin Meredith...Earned All-State and All-Big City honors...Was named the Edmond Defensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2010. Personal Full name is Daymond Connor Myers...Was born Aug. 20, 1993... Plans on majoring in Human Performance at Weber State.

Chase returns for his senior season for the Wildcats. In two previous years he has appeared in 12 games and has 17 career receptions for 194 yards and one touchdown. 2012 (Junior) Played in five games before suffering a season-ending injury... Played in the first five games of the season and had nine receptions for 107 yards...Had one catch for a career-long 39 yards at BYU... Also had four catches for 28 yards at UC Davis and two catches for 30 yards against Eastern Washington. 2011 (Sophomore) Appeared in seven games for the Wildcats during the season...Had eight receptions for 87 yards and one touchdown during the season...Caught passes in each of the final four games of the season... Recorded three catches for 33 yards against No. 2 ranked Montana State on Nov. 5...Had two catches for 25 yards and one touchdown in WSU’s 34-31 win over Northern Arizona on Nov. 12...Also had a two-point conversion reception in the win over the Lumberjacks. University of Utah Spent two seasons with the University of Utah football team...Red shirted in 2009 and did not compete in a game for the Utes as a freshman in 2010. HP Baldwin High School Graduated from HP Baldwin High School in Wailuku, Hawaii. Personal Was born March 7, 1990...His older brother Cody Nakamura played four seasons as a tight end for the Wildcats from 2006-09...Cody appeared in 29 career games and had 79 receptions for 984 yards and 14 touchdowns.

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SHANE OLIVERSON Offensive Line • 6-4 • 260 Sophomore Hyde Park, Utah

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ADAM PADILLA

Shane returns for his sophomore season with the Wildcats. He was moved to the offensive line prior to the 2013 season.

Cornerback • 5-9 • 185 Sophomore La Mirada, Calif.

2012 (Freshman) Saw action in six games on the defensive line for the ‘Cats during the season but did not record any stats...Was named to the Big Sky Academic All-Conference team, majoring in Physical Education. Preston (Idaho) High School Played for coach Shawn Marlow at Preston High School in Preston, Idaho...Earned All-State honors for defensive and offensive line as a junior and senior...Was named to the All-Cache Valley Team three years and was a team captain as a junior and senior...Also played basketball, rugby, and track at Preston High. Personal Was born Aug. 24, 1990...Joined Weber State in the spring of 2012 after returning home from a two-year LDS Church mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina...Is majoring in Physical Education.

OBI OWOH Linebacker • 6-2 • 245 Sophomore Rosewell, Ga.

45 Obi returns for his sophomore season at defensive end for the Wildcats.

28 Adam returns for his sophomore season at safety for the Wildcats. 2012 (Freshman) Saw action in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season... Recorded 17 total tackles with 12 unassisted and five assisted... Had a career-high eight tackles in WSU’s win at Southern Utah... Also had one tackle for loss in the win over the Thunderbirds...Had one fumble recovery against Sacramento State...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Athletic Therapy. 2011 Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats. St. Paul High School Played for coach Casey Morales at St. Paul High School in La Mirada, California...Graduated in 2010 from St. Paul...Played wide receiver and defensive back. Personal Full name is Adam Paul Padilla...Was born May 10, 1992...Is majoring in Athletic Therapy at Weber State.

2012 (Freshman) Played in all 11 games and started three games for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded 25 total tackles with eight unassisted and 17 assisted...Had five tackles against McNeese State and Montana...Had four tackles for loss on the year with three coming against McNeese State...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Health Promotion. 2011 Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats.

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TYLER PARSON

MENE PERESE

Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 185 Sophomore Bountiful, Utah

Defensive Line • 6-2 • 250 Freshman Mililani, Hawaii

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Tyler returns for his sophomore season with the Wildcats. After two years at quarterback he was moved to wide receiver prior to the 2013 season.

Mene comes to Weber State as a freshman defensive lineman after signing with WSU in February. He is one of five players on this year’s squad from Hawaii.

2012 (Freshman) Was a part of the Wildcats as a backup quarterback but did not appear in any games.

Mililani High School Played for Coach Rod York and Mililani High School...As a senior in 2012 recorded 77 total tackles and 12 sacks...Earned First Team All-OIA honors and Honorable Mention All-State honors...Parents are Siupolu and Alei.

2011 - Sat out the season as a redshirt with the Wildcats. Woods Cross High School Graduated from Woods Cross High School...Played for coach Fred Fernandes, a former Weber State assistant coach...Was a threeyear starter with the Wildcats.

Personal Was born Jan. 24, 1995 in American Samoa...Full name is Manaia Perese.

JIMMY RALPH

Personal Full name is Tyler Parson...Was born Feb. 26,1993...Is originally from Oregon...Favorite pro athlete is Drew Brees.

Wide Receiver • 5-10 • 185 Sophomore Raymond, Alberta, Canada

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Defensive Line • 6-2 • 270 Junior Granite Bay, Calif.

Jimmy joined WSU this summer as a sophomore wide receiver from Alberta, Canada. He is the only player on the roster from Canada.

97 Colton will be a junior on the defensive line this season. Colorado State Played the 2011 season at Colorado State, appearing in 12 games and recorded seven total tackles. American River College Was a team captain as a true freshman during the 2010 season at American River College in Sacramento...Earned First Team AllConference honors and helped the Beavers to a 10-1 record...Recorded 35 tackles on the season, along with 7.5 sacks. Granite Bay High School Was team captain and earned All-League and All-City honors as a senior and was the defensive line MVP in 2009.

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JOE RAUSEO

SHELTON ROBINSON

Offensive Line • 6-7 • 290 Freshman Daytona Beach, Fla.

Offensive Line • 6-3 • 285 Junior Pocatello, Idaho

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Joe joins the Wildcats as a freshman offensive lineman and long snapper. Mainland High School Attended Mainland High School and played for coach Scott Wilson...Earned All-State honors as a long snapper and was First Team All-County on the offensive line...Was named an Academic All-American and earned the Leadership Award as a senior. Personal Full name is Joseph Michael Rauseo...Was born March 11, 1994 in Daytona Beach...Plans on majoring in Health at Weber State.

CODY RAYMOND Wide Receiver • 5-9 • 175 Sophomore Sandy, Utah

31 Cody joins Weber State as a sophomore wide receiver after playing at BYU in 2012. BYU Appeared in three games with BYU during the 2012 season...had two receptions, including a two-yard touchdown against Idaho.

Shelton returns as a junior on the offensive line for the Wildcats. He will serve as one of the Wildcat team captains this season. He earned All-Conference Honorable Mention honors last season as a sophomore. He has played in all 22 games of his two year career at Weber State and has started 19 straight games. 2012 (Sophomore) Started all 11 games at offensive tackle for the Wildcats...Earned Big Sky Honorable Mention All-Conference honors...Was the only sophomore or freshman in the Big Sky to earn All-Conference honors on the offensive line... Was part of the Wildcat offensive line that blocked for All-Conference running back C.J. Tuckett and quarterback Mike Hoke. 2011 (Freshman) Played in all 11 games and started the final eight games of the season for the Wildcats...Was part of the offensive line that blocked for All-Conference performers Mike Hoke and Josh Booker as well as running back C.J. Tuckett...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors in Human Performance Management. 2010 Sat out the season as a redshirt after signing with the Wildcats in February 2010. Highland High School Played for Coach Geno Mariani at the traditionally strong football program of Highland High School in Pocatello, Idaho...Helped the Rames win the 2009 state title...Earned First Team All-State, AllArea, and All-Conference honors...Also played basketball at Highland High. Personal Full name is Shelton Robinson...Nickname is Shelt...Was born June 12, 1992...Is majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State....Likes to snow ski.

Jordan High School Earned First Team All-State honors at Jordan High School in 2006, 2007 and 2008...Totaled 197 receptions for 3,326 yards, second most in Utah high school history...Tied the Utah high school receiving touchdown record with 41 touchdowns...Also led the team in tackles as a senior. Personal Parents are Scott and Jayne Raymond...Served an LDS Church mission to New York City from 2008-10.

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TONY SCHMITZ

ZACH SMITH

Running back • 6-0 • 225 Senior Boise, Idaho

Running back • 6-0 • 190 Freshman Kissimmee, Fla.

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Zach comes to Weber State as a freshman running back from Kissimmee, Florida. He signed with WSU in February and is one of 13 players on this year’s squad from the state of Florida. Gateway High School Played for Coach Roberts at Gateway High School...Was named to the Orlando Sentinel Super 60 list as one of the top players in Central Florida...Earned All-State Honorable Mention honors as a senior in 2012 and also earned First Team All-District and First Team All-County honors...Was named the Gateway Team MVP and Offensive MVP...Rushed for 1,643 yards and 17 touchdowns in 2012...Had 215 carries for an average of 7.6 yards per carry. Personal Was born Oct. 14, 1994 in Orlando...Parents are Travis Smith and Patti Donovan...Is majoring in Computer Science at Weber State...Is left handed.

Boise High School Played at Boise High under Coach Bob Clark...Helped his 2008 team to its first winning seasons in 12 years, and served as a team captain on that squad...Earned Second Team all-State honors and First Team all-Conference honors...Had 17 tackles for loss and 10 quarterback sacks his senior year. Personal Full name is Anthony Charles Schmitz...Was born September 14, 1990...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State... Plays the guitar, bass, ukulele and drums.

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ZANE SMITH

TYSON TIATIA

Tight End • 6-4 • 240 Sophomore Salt Lake City, Utah

Center • 6-2 • 260 Senior Provo, Utah

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Zane returns for his sophomore season with the Wildcats this year. 2012 (Freshman) Saw action in nine games for the Wildcats during the season...Did not record any stats during the season. 2011 Sat out the season as a redshirt with the Wildcats. Brighton High School Graduated in 2011 from Brighton High School where he played for Coach Ryan Bullet...Was the team captain as a senior and earned All-Region Honorable Mention honors...Also played baseball at Brighton. Personal Full name is Zane Grayson Smith...Was born Oct. 7, 1992...Plans on majoring in Health Promotions at Weber State...His favorite sports memory was scoring his first high school touchdown against rival Jordan High on his birthday as a junior.

MATT STREBEL

Safety • 5-11 • 205 Freshman Reno, Nev.

36 Matt joins Weber State as a freshman safety. McQueen High School Graduated from McQueen High School in Reno...Played running back and linebacker in high school..Helped lead team to 12-2 overall record and 7-1 league record in 2011. Personal Was born Feb. 7, 1995... Parents are Scott and Holly Strebel... Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State.

Tyson returns for his senior season at center for the Wildcats. He has appeared in 26 games in his three seasons at Weber State. 2012 (Junior) Played in all 11 games and started eight games at center... Was part of the WSU offensive line that blocked for All-Conference running back C.J. Tuckett as well as senior quarterback Mike Hoke. 2011 (Sophomore) Played in nine games and started eight at center for the Wildcats...Earned Honorable Mention Big Sky All-Conference honors for the second time...Was part of the offensive line with First Team All-Conference performer J.C. Oram and helped block for All-Conference performers Mike Hoke and Josh Booker. 2010 (Freshman) Earned Honorable Mention All-Big Sky honors as a center for the Wildcats as a true freshman...Played and started the final six games of the season for the Wildcats...Was part of the offensive line that helped block for First Team All-Conference member Vai Tafuna and Honorable Mention member Bo Bolen. Timpview High School Graduated from Timpview High School in Provo...Was one of the top high school offensive linemen in the state in 2009...Was a member of three-straight 4A championship teams at Timpview... Earned First Team All-State honors. Personal Full name is Tyson Tiatia...Was born on July 9, 1992.

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RYAN TUIASOA

SPENCER UNGA

Linebacker • 5-11 • 210 Freshman Kailua, Hawaii

Linebacker • 5-11 • 200 R-Freshman Ogden, Utah

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Spencer joins Weber State as a red shirt freshman linebacker from Ogden.

Punahou High School Graduated from Punahou High School in Honolulu where he played for Coach Kale Ane...Played running back and linebacker at Punahou...As a senior in 2012 had 108 carries for 712 yards and 12 touchdowns...Averaged 6.6 yards per carry...Also had five receptions for 103 yards and two touchdowns, an average of 20.6 yards per catch...Earned First Team All-ILH honors and Second Team AllState honors...Also ran track and field and reached the state finals in the hurdles.

Bonneville High School Graduated from Bonneville High School in 2008...Played quarterback for the Lakers and led the team to the 2007 state tournament...Threw for 715 yards and two touchdowns during the 2007 season and rushed for 349 yards and four touchdowns.

Personal Parents are Sione and Lori Tuiasoa...Was born Oct. 27, 1994 in Salt Lake City.

JUSTIN TURNER Offensive Line • 6-3 • 265 Sophomore Layton, Utah

Personal Was born April 26, 1990...Parents are Fine and Madelyn Unga...Father Fine played running back at Weber State from 1987-88 and currently ranks fifth in career rushing yards in Weber State history with 2,298 yards in just two seasons...Is married to Mykklyn Unga...Plans on majoring in Economics at Weber State...Served an LDS Church mission to Morristown, New Jersey before enrolling at Weber State.

76 Justin returns for his sophomore season on the offensive line for the Wildcats. 2012 (Freshman) Saw action in nine games and started four games during the season...Was part of the offensive line that blocked for All-Conference running back C.J. Tuckett as well as senior quarterback Mike Hoke. 2011 - Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats. Layton High School Graduated from Layton High School in 2008 where he played for Jim Bachelor...Earned 5A First Team All-State honors from the Salt Lake Tribune...Helped the Lancers advance to the state championship game and post a 12-2 record as a senior. Personal Full name is Justin Kenneth Turner...Was born Dec. 18, 1989... 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL Originally signed with the Wildcats in February 2008 before serving an LDS Church mission to San Juan Puerto Rico.

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ERIK WALKER

ROMAN VALENZUELA Linebacker • 6-0 • 220 Sophomore South Jordan, Utah

Wide Receiver • 5-10 • 170 Senior Park City, Utah

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Roman returns as a sophomore linebacker with the Wildcats. 2012 (Freshman) Played in all 11 games and started nine games for the Wildcats... Recorded 59 total tackles with 28 unassisted and 31 assisted tackles...Had 10 tackles against Montana and Northern Colorado...Also had 2.5 tackles for loss...Had one fumble recovery at Sacramento State...Also had one pass breakup and one quarterback hurry. 2011 Sat out the season as a red shirt with the Wildcats...He had a strong spring 2012 camp that culminated with an outstanding performance in the Purple and White Spring game where he recorded two interceptions in helping the defense. Bingham High School Graduated from Bingham High School where he earned Honorable Mention All-State Class 5A honors for Coach Dave Peck...Helped the Miners to the 2011 Class 5A state championship title...Bingham ended the season as the fourth ranked high school team in the nation...Was the team captain for two seasons...Led the team in tackles as a senior in 2010. Personal Full name is Roman Venezuela...Was born Sept. 7, 1992...Plans on majoring in Business at Weber State.

Erik returns for his senior season at wide receiver for Weber State. In three years he has appeared in 30 career games at WSU and has 37 receptions for 530 yards and six touchdowns. 2012 (Junior) Played in all 11 games and started six games at wide receiver... Was second on the Wildcat team in receiving yards per game at 36.6...Had 22 receptions for 403 yards and five touchdowns...Had a career-best 88 receiving yards at UC Davis, including a 52-yard reception...Also had 75 receiving yards against Northern Colorado. 2011 (Sophomore) Played in eight games and started one for the Wildcats on the year...Battled injuries throughout much of the year...Had one reception for five yards and a touchdown, coming against Southern Utah on Oct. 22. 2010 (Freshman) Saw action in all 11 games as a true freshman for the Wildcats and started in the Oct. 23 home win over Portland State...Had 14 catches for 122 yards on the season for an average of 8.7 yards per catch...Was fifth on the WSU squad in receiving at 11.1 yards per game...Caught a ball in eight of the 11 games and had two catches in five games...Also had 13 or more receiving yards in five games, including a season-high 40 yards on two catches Nov. 6 at Montana State. Park City High School Played for Coach Brandon Matich at Park City High School, the same school as current Wildcat teammate Tony Epperson...Played quarterback and defensive back in high school...Was a two-year starter on both sides of the line and earned First Team Class 3A honors in 2009...Helped the Miners to an 11-2 record overall in 2009 and to the Region 10 championship with a 4-0 record...Accounted for 28 touchdowns, passing and running, in 2009...Was the 2009 state 3A 100 meters champion as a junior. Personal Was born August 11, 1991... Is majoring in Sports Science at Weber State.

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CHRIS WHEELER

JAMES WASHINGTON Defensive End • 6-5 • 280 Junior Kearns, Utah

Safety • 6-0 • 185 Senior Templeton, Calif.

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James returns as for his junior season at defensive end for the Wildcats. He has appeared in 18 games in his two years with the Wildcats. 2012 (Sophomore) Appeared in all 11 games and started five games for the Wildcats... Recorded 19 total tackles with nine unassisted and 10 assisted tackles...Had five tackles at Sacramento State...Also had 2.5 tackles for loss on the season and had one sack in WSU’s season ending win at Idaho State. 2011 (Freshman) James appeared in the final seven games of the season for the Wildcats as a true freshman defensive end...Recorded eight total tackles on the year with four assisted and four unassisted...Had four tackles in WSU’s 34-31 win over Northern Arizona on Nov. 12 and also had a sack in that game...Also recorded tackles against Eastern Washington, Southern Utah, Montana and Montana State...Had one quarterback hurry, coming against the Bobcats. Kearns High School Graduated from Cottonwood High School...Played for Coach Josh Lyman and Kearns and was a high school teammate with fellow Wildcat teammate Luke King...Earned Second Team 5A All-State honors as a senior and was named to the All-Region 2 First Team. Personal Full name is James Matthew Washington...Was born April 14, 1993...Is originally from Chula Vista, California...Plans on majoring in Pre-Medicine at Weber State.

Chris returns for his senior season at safety after starting in every game last year. 2012 (Junior) Started all 11 games at safety in his first season with the Wildcats... Recorded 61 total tackles on the season with 37 unassisted and 24 assisted tackles...Had a career-high 12 tackles against Eastern Washington and had 10 tackles against Northern Colorado...Recorded 4.5 tackles for loss on the season with two coming against nationally ranked Eastern Washington...Had two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery on the year. Allan Hancock Junior College Comes to Weber State after playing two years at Allan Hancock Junior College where he played for coach Kris Dutra...Was a two-time second team All-Conference selection as a safety and was twice named the Team Defensive Back of the Year...Had 150 career tackles...During the 2011 season had 42 solo and 70 total tackles and led the team with six interceptions. Templeton High School Graduated from Templeton High School in Templeton, California where he played for coach Dave Harper...He earned All-Conference honors in football, basketball and baseball. Personal Was born Oct. 11, 1991.

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A.J. WILCOX

FELIX WOODS

Offensive Line • 6-5 • 275 R-Freshman Clearfield, Utah

Linebacker • 5-11 • 200 Freshman Lake City, Fla.

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A.J. comes to Weber State as a freshman defensive end after signing with the Wildcats in the spring. Syracuse High School Played for coach Russ Jones at Syracuse High School...Earned First Team All-Region honors as a junior...Blew out his shoulder during the summer before his senior season and did not play as a senior...Also played basketball for the Titans and earned Honorable Mention All-Region honor as a junior in 2011. Personal Was born July 26, 1993...His older brother Jared played four seasons as an offensive lineman at Weber State from 2006-2009.

Felix will be a freshman linebacker with the Wildcats this season. He signed with WSU in February and is one of 13 players on this year’s squad from Florida. Columbia High School Played for coach Allen at Columbia High School in Lake City, Fla... Was a three-time team Defensive MVP at Columbia and earned First Team Honors from the Gainesville Sun...Recorded 96 total tackles with seven sacks and eight tackles for loss as a senior in 2012...Played in the 2012 Florida-Georgia All-Star Game. Personal Was born March 31, 1995 in Ocala, Fla...Parents are Felix Woods and Antonio and Shauana Brown...Plans on majoring in Ahtletic Therapy at Weber State.

JONATHAN WILLIS

CAMERON YOUNG

Quarterback • 5-11 • 190 Junior Oakland, Calif.

Offensive Line • 6-3 • 305 Sophomore Cove, Texas

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Cameron returns for his freshman season on the offensive line after red shirting last year.

College of San Mateo Played two seasons at the College of San Mateo, under head coach Brett Pollack...In 2012 he threw for 650 yards and seven touchdowns for the Bulldogs...Averaged 81.2 yards passing per game.

2012 Sat out the season as a red shirt after signing with Weber State in the spring of 2012.

James Logan High School Graduated from James Logan High School in 2010...Played for coach George Zuber...Earned First Team All-League honors. Personal Was born Dec. 19, 1990 in Oakland...Nickname is J Will...Parents are Anthony Willis and Audrey Blanson...Is majoring in Child and Family Studies at Weber State...Also loves to play basketball.

Barbers Hill High School Played for coach Ronnie Gage at Barbers Hill High School in Cove, Texas...Earned Second Team All-State honors as an offensive lineman...Team finished 9-2 as a senior and advanced to the state playoffs...Also competed in track and field at Barbers Hill. Personal Was born Aug. 31, 1994...Is one of three players on the roster from Texas.

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2012 Weber State Football Weber State Combined Team Statistics (as of Jun 19, 2013) All games

* * * * * * * *

Date Sep 01, 2012 Sep 08, 2012 Sep 15, 2012 Sep 22, 2012 Sep 29, 2012 Oct 05, 2012 Oct 13, 2012 Oct 20, 2012 Nov 03, 2012 Nov 10, 2012 Nov 17, 2012

Opponent at Fresno State at BYU Cougars #19 MCNEESE STATE #9 EASTERN WASHINGTON at UC Davis #20 CAL POLY at Sacramento State at Southern Utah MONTANA NORTHERN COLORADO at Idaho State

Rushing

C.J. Tuckett Kris Parham Mike Hoke Josh Booker Jordan Adamczyk Karl Finai Jordan Clemente Tony Epperson TEAM Total Opponents Passing

Mike Hoke Jordan Adamczyk Josh Sorenson Tony Epperson TEAM Kris Parham Total Opponents Receiving

Jordan Clemente Xavian Johnson C.J. Tuckett Erik Walker L. Papanikolas Shaydon Kehano Gamal Fowler Brian Jankowski Chase Nakamura Kris Parham Josh Sorenson Josh Booker Karl Finai Tevia Tolutau Jarret Gooden Total Opponents Field Goals

Shaun McClain Scoring

Shaun McClain C.J. Tuckett Erik Walker Mike Hoke Kris Parham Shaydon Kehano Xavian Johnson Jordan Clemente Cordero Dixon Jordan Adamczyk L. Papanikolas Brian Jankowski Josh Booker Jarret Gooden Trevor Pletcher Kela Marciel Total Opponents Score by Quarters

gp-gs

11-11 11-0 11-11 10-0 4-0 11-0 11-10 6-6 6-0 11 11 gp-gs

11-11 4-0 7-1 6-6 6-0 11-0 11 11

att

gain loss

td

avg

td

effic comp-att-int

pct

no.

yds

avg

pct. 01-19

20-29

75.0 0-0 fg

- 9-12 8 5 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 30 9-12 43 17-23 1st

7.9 15.7 5.6 18.3 12.8 13.5 9.2 6.9 11.9 7.2 7.3 6.2 4.3 7.0 12.0 10.8 12.4 4-4

kick

22-23 22-23 37-39 2nd

3rd

td

2 2 0 5 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 21 30-39

0-0

lg avg/g

yds

td

lg avg/g

75 187.7 39 32.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 33 3.0 75 202.4 81 260.6

lg avg/g

37 28.8 75 47.2 19 12.6 52 36.6 28 24.3 36 49.7 15 16.8 29 6.3 39 21.4 16 5.3 23 7.3 11 3.1 8 1.2 10 1.8 12 1.7 75 202.4 81 260.6 40-49

5-7

4th

OT

Total

-

no.

2 1 1 1

Punting

no.

Tony Epperson Tyler McNannay TEAM

lg blk

0-1

46

pts

- 49 - 48 - 30 - 18 - 18 - 12 - 12 - 12 - 10 6 6 6 6 2 2 2 - 239 2 352

0

Home 0-5 0-4 0-1

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions Kela Marciel Tony Epperson Devin Pugh Antwain Stutson

50-99

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

Overall 2-9 2-6 0-3

Interceptions

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf

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

Record: All games Conference Non-Conference

45 87.2 19 27.5 22 24.3 23 16.5 14 4.8 4 0.2 0 -0.1 4 -0.7 0 -5.0 45 152.6 91 166.1

115.94 197-341-9 57.8 2065 13 156.27 8-12-0 66.7 128 0 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 377.20 1-1-0 100.0 33 0 117.05 206-357-9 57.7 2226 13 152.04 232-350-5 66.3 2867 21

gp-gs

fg

net

Att. 27663 60314 9617 9434 7569 5939 12106 3811 7251 4837 5125

186 973 14 959 5.2 8 64 306 4 302 4.7 3 143 540 273 267 1.9 3 41 185 20 165 4.0 1 4 20 1 19 4.8 1 2 4 2 2 1.0 0 1 0 1 -1 -1.0 0 2 4 8 -4 -2.0 0 6 0 30 -30 -5.0 0 449 2032 353 1679 3.7 16 388 2019 192 1827 4.7 21

11-10 40 317 11-11 33 519 11-11 25 139 11-6 22 403 10-1 19 243 3-3 11 149 6-1 11 101 11-11 10 69 5-0 9 107 11-0 8 58 7-1 7 51 10-0 5 31 11-0 3 13 8-0 2 14 7-0 1 12 11 206 2226 11 232 2867 9-12

Score 10-37 13-45 21-35 26-32 13-37 23-45 14-19 24-22 21-24 34-42 40-14

L L L L L L L W L L W

no.

Kick Returns

no.

Kela Marciel Jarret Gooden Xavian Johnson David James Total Opponents

12 2 1 1 16 19

Kris Parham Cordero Dixon Jake Kahawaii Obi Owoh Karl Finai Total Opponents C.J. Tuckett Kris Parham Xavian Johnson Erik Walker Jordan Clemente Total Opponents

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WSU 217 111 85 21 1679 449 3.7 152.6 16 2226 206-357-9 6.2 10.8 202.4 13 3905 4.8 355.0 36-835 16-60 5-51 17-10 91-902 61-44.2 31:29 68/172 17/24 yds

avg

0 0.0 25 25.0 -1 -1.0 27 27.0

yds

avg

lg

32 1536 48.0 74 26 1119 43.0 61 3 40 13.3 26

Punt Returns

All Purpose

Away 2-4 2-2 0-2

29 4 1 1 1 36 32

g

rush

yds

yds

rcv

OPP 235 90 119 26 1827 388 4.7 166.1 21 2867 232-350-5 8.2 12.4 260.6 21 4694 6.4 426.7 32-772 19-195 9-129 11-6 72-642 45-43.4 28:31 56/144 5/10 lg

0 0 0 0

0 25 0 25

tb

6 3 0

fc i20 50+ blk

4 10 16 3 5 7 0 0 0

avg

td

0 0 0 0 0 0

18 7 0 2 18 33

avg

td

lg

pr

kr

ir

55 4.6 6 3.0 -3 -3.0 2 2.0 60 3.8 195 10.3 615 170 11 12 27 835 772

td

21.2 42.5 11.0 12.0 27.0 23.2 24.1

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0

1 2 0

lg

0 34 1 100 0 11 0 12 0 27 1 100 0 66 total avg/g

11 959 139 0 0 0 1098 99.8 11 302 58 0 615 0 975 88.6 11 0 519 -3 0 0 516 46.9 11 0 403 0 0 0 403 36.6 11 -1 317 0 0 0 316 28.7 11 1679 2226 60 835 51 4851 441.0 11 1827 2867 195 772 129 5790 526.4

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2012 SEASON DEFENSIVE STATS

2012 Weber State Football Weber State Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Jun 19, 2013) All games # 44 37 50 2 20 12 8 10 43 45 46 32 21 91 3 90 53 28 92 6 99 29 59 60 40 31 26 33 84 25 88 4 97 11 83 42 69 68 52 51 49 27 54 9 15 80 36 41 38 5 TM

Defensive Leaders

gp-gs

ua

Tackles a tot

Anthony Morales 9-9 48 60 Chris Wheeler 11-11 37 24 Rom.Valenzuela 11-9 28 31 Willie Okwuonu 10-8 37 18 David James 11-9 28 15 Tony Epperson 6-6 23 19 Devonte Johnson 10-6 20 16 Kela Marciel 11-3 21 11 Luke King 4-2 17 9 Obi Owoh 11-3 8 17 Trevor Pletcher 10-9 13 12 Trifon Gochis 11-2 7 14 Antwain Stutson 11-3 12 9 J. Washington 11-5 9 10 Devin Pugh 8-1 11 8 Danny Mullarkey 11-10 10 8 Dustin Martin 11-0 9 8 Adam Padilla 11-0 12 5 Connor Myers 11-11 9 8 Robbie Diamond 11-7 10 6 Adam Saga-White 10-6 2 11 Willie Harris 2-0 5 7 Siamani Harris 10-0 5 4 Tyler McNannay 11-0 6 2 Marquel Holmes 10-1 4 2 Penitito Melei 3-0 . 4 Cordero Dixon 10-0 2 2 Karl Finai 11-0 1 2 Jake Kahawaii 11-0 2 1 Daniel Henry 11-0 2 1 Curtis Cosgrove 7-0 2 1 Xavian Johnson 11-11 1 1 Jeff Gueck 5-0 1 . Mike Hoke 11-11 1 . Erik Walker 11-6 1 . Tevia Tolutau 8-0 . 1 Jordan Main 5-0 1 . Sh. Robinson 11-11 1 . Tyson Tiatia 11-8 . 1 Alex Land 11-11 . 1 Shaun McClain 11-0 . 1 Tony Schmitz 9-0 1 . Austin Butler 4-0 . 1 Jarret Gooden 7-0 1 . Braden Corpus 1-0 . 1 Gamal Fowler 6-1 . 1 Dan North 1-0 . 1 Donald Beck 2-0 . 1 Mike Miller 1-0 1 . Jordan Clemente 11-10 1 . TEAM 6-0 . 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL . Total 11 410 355 Opponents 11 423 440

6666

108 61 59 55 43 42 36 32 26 25 25 21 21 19 19 18 17 17 17 16 13 12 9 8 6 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 765 863

tfl/yds

Sacks no-yds

9.5-26 4.5-13 2.5-5 2.5-6 1.0-3 0.5-1 1.0-1 0.5-1 2.0-6 4.0-16 7.0-33 1.0-1 2.0-6 2.5-13 0.5-1 2.0-21 1.5-3 1.0-1 2.0-4 . 2.0-1 1.0-0 1.0-11 . 1.5-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0-1 . . 54-177 69-329

0.5-2 . . . . . . . . 2.5-13 5.0-21 . 1.0-4 1.0-6 . 1.0-13 1.0-2 1.0-1 . . . . 1.0-11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-73 37-257

Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick

. . . . . 1-25 . 2-0 . . . . 1-27 . 1--1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-51 9-129

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. 1 1 3 2 1 3 1 . . 1 . 2 1 3 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 44

1 . 1 . . . . . . . 6 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 18

. 1-0 1-0 . . 1-12 . . . . . . . . . 2-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-12 10-23

1 2 . 1 . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 . . 8 14

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 4

saf

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

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2012 Weber State Football Weber State Overall Team Statistics (as of Jun 25, 2013) All games Team Statistics

WSU

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games

Score by Quarters Weber State Opponents

1st 2nd

29 68 56 116

239 21.7 217 111 85 21 1679 2032 353 449 3.7 152.6 16 2226 206-357-9 6.2 10.8 202.4 13 3905 806 4.8 355.0 36-835 16-60 5-51 23.2 3.8 10.2 17-10 91-902 82.0 61-2695 44.2 38.0 49-2788 56.9 46.3 31:29 68/172 40% 17/24 71% 14-73 0 30 9-12 1-3 (29-32) 91% (24-32) 75% (22-23) 96% 37078 5/7416 3rd

4th

60 82 71 109

OT

0 0

OPP

352 32.0 235 90 119 26 1827 2019 192 388 4.7 166.1 21 2867 232-350-5 8.2 12.4 260.6 21 4694 738 6.4 426.7 32-772 19-195 9-129 24.1 10.3 14.3 11-6 72-642 58.4 45-1955 43.4 39.4 71-4356 61.4 38.7 28:31 56/144 39% 5/10 50% 37-257 0 43 17-23 0-0 (40-49) 82% (27-49) 55% (37-39) 95% 116588 6/19431 0/0

Total 239 352

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2012 SEASON GAME-BY-GAME STATS 2012 Weber State Football Weber State Team Game-by-Game (as of Jun 25, 2013) All games TEAM STATISTICS Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 01 at Fresno State Sep 08 at BYU Cougars Sep 15 MCNEESE STATE Sep 22 EASTERN WASHINGTON Sep 29 at UC Davis Oct 05 CAL POLY Oct 13 at Sacramento State Oct 20 at Southern Utah Nov 03 MONTANA Nov 10 NORTHERN COLORADO Nov 17 at Idaho State Weber State Opponents

29 67 0 43 115 2 37 113 2 33 140 1 34 92 1 55 237 1 41 102 1 41 140 2 30 93 2 36 163 0 70 417 4 449 1679 16 388 1827 21

Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 3.7 Avg per catch: 10.8 Pass efficiency: 117.05 Kick ret avg: 23.2 Punt ret avg: 3.8 All purpose avg/game: 441.0 Total offense avg/gm: 355.0 Date

Opponent

Sep 01 at Fresno State Sep 08 at BYU Cougars Sep 15 MCNEESE STATE Sep 22 EASTERN WASHINGTO Sep 29 at UC Davis Oct 05 CAL POLY Oct 13 at Sacramento State Oct 20 at Southern Utah Nov 03 MONTANA Nov 10 NORTHERN COLORAD Nov 17 at Idaho State Weber State Opponents

47 47 49 32 40 21 43 42 32 32 25 410 423

Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 01 at Fresno State Sep 08 at BYU Cougars Sep 15 MCNEESE STATE Sep 22 EASTERN WASHINGTO Sep 29 at UC Davis Oct 05 CAL POLY Oct 13 at Sacramento State Oct 20 at Southern Utah Nov 03 MONTANA Nov 10 NORTHERN COLORAD Nov 17 at Idaho State Weber State Opponents

Rushing yds td

ua

8 10 8 3 4 2 7 5 6 4 4 61 45

Tackles a total

11 30 16 60 26 42 26 4 70 52 18 355 440

yds

301 507 440 134 154 82 282 258 234 151 152 2695 1955

58 77 65 92 66 63 69 46 102 84 43 765 863 avg

37.6 50.7 55.0 44.7 38.5 41.0 40.3 51.6 39.0 37.8 38.0 44.2 43.4

no.

Receiving yds td

tfl-yds

Sacks no-yds

lg

lg

21 26 207 1 36 28 15 139 0 39 14 14 144 1 28 19 18 282 2 71 19 26 268 1 52 17 22 291 1 46 17 19 135 1 27 22 16 206 1 75 28 16 136 0 18 39 24 310 4 53 45 10 108 1 38 45 206 2226 13 75 91 232 2867 21 81

2.0-14 3.0-17 6.0-27 7.0-16 4.0-6 4.0-14 7.0-28 4.0-11 6.0-21 5.0-9 6.0-14 54.0-177 69.0-329

52 74 71 66 64 42 53 58 55 45 61 74 71

blkd

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

0 1 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 8 14

tb

0 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 9 6

td

26-33-1 207 1 15-28-0 139 0 14-28-1 144 1 18-35-1 282 2 26-42-3 268 1 22-40-1 291 1 19-36-1 135 1 16-28-0 206 1 16-25-0 136 0 24-46-1 310 4 10-16-0 108 1 206-357-9 2226 13 232-350-5 2867 21

Fumble ff fr-yds

1.0-13 1.0-11 3.0-20 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-2 2.0-8 3.0-8 0.0-0 1.0-2 2.0-9 14.0-73 37.0-257

Punting

long

Passing cmp-att-int yds

0-0 1-12 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 6-12 10-23

fc

2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 7 7

50+

1 6 6 1 2 0 1 3 2 0 1 23 14

lg

36 39 28 71 52 46 27 75 18 53 38 75 81

Kick Returns no. yds td lg

5 6 3 2 4 1 4 1 4 4 2 36 32

111 105 72 51 76 15 77 11 163 101 53 835 772

Pass Defense int-yds qbh brup

0-0 1-25 0-0 1-0 1--1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-27 0-0 1-0 5-51 9-129

0 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 3 1 10 18

i20

md-att

3 1 2 2 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 15 17

1 7 0 2 1 1 2 0 1 2 4 21 44

0 24 0 34 0 34 0 27 0 22 0 15 0 24 0 11 1 100 0 30 0 35 1 100 0 66

Blkd kick

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4

Field Goals

1-1 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-1 3-4 0-1 1-1 0-0 2-2 1-1 9-12 17-23

long blkd

40 0 0 44 0 46 0 46 0 45 22 46 46

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

Punt Returns no. yds td lg

1 0 3 7 2 18 0 0 3 18 1 3 3 9 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 2 16 60 19 195

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

PAT Attempts kick rush rcv

1-1 1-2 3-3 1-1 1-1 2-2 2-2 3-3 3-3 4-4 1-1 22-23 37-39 no.

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0

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

Kickoffs

yds

3 182 3 194 4 202 5 320 3 177 5 306 3 148 5 256 4 230 7 334 7 439 49 2788 71 4356

avg

60.7 64.7 50.5 64.0 59.0 61.2 49.3 51.2 57.5 47.7 62.7 56.9 61.4

tot off

0 274 7 254 18 257 0 422 12 360 3 528 9 237 0 346 0 229 3 473 2 525 18 3905 33 4694

saf

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 tb

0 1 1 4 0 1 0 2 1 0 3 13 31

pts

10 13 21 26 13 23 14 24 21 34 40 239 352 ob

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

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OPPONENTS STEPHEN F. AUSTIN LUMBERJACKS

UTAH UTES

Aug. 31 • 6:00 p.m. Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah

Sept. 7 • 12:00 p.m. • Pac-12 Network Rice-Eccles Stadium • Salt Lake City

J.C. Harper

GENERAL INFORMATION

Brady Attaway

Location......................................................... Nacogdoches, Texas Enrollement..........................................................................12,999 Colors.................................................................. Purple and White Conference......................................................................Southland Stadium (Capacity)....................... Homer Bryce Stadium (14,575) Playing Surface....................................................................... Turf President..............................................................Dr. Baker Pattillo Athletic Director............................................................Robert Hill

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

Kyle Wittingham

GENERAL INFORMATION

Trevor Reilly

Location........................................................... Salt Lake City, Utah Enrollement..........................................................................32,388 Colors......................................................................Red and White Conference.......................................................................... Pac-12 Stadium (Capacity)......................... Rice-Eccles Stadium (45,017) Playing Surface................................................................FieldTurf President......................................................Dr. David W. Pershing Athletic Director.........................................................Dr. Chris Hill

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

2012 record................................................................................5-6 2012 Conference record/finish........................................4-3 / t4th Head Coach.................................................................. J.C. Harper Overall Record....................................................... 34-36 (6 years) Record at SFA........................................................................same Lettermen Returning..................................................................49 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................7 / 5 / 4 Series history vs. Weber State.................................. first meeting

2012 record................................................................................5-7 2012 Conference record/finish............................3-6 / 5th (South) Head Coach.........................................................Kyle Whittingham Overall Record....................................................... 71-32 (8 years) Record at Utah.......................................................................same Lettermen Returning..................................................................50 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................6 / 6 / 1 Series history vs. Weber State.............................. Utah leads 3-0

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact........................................................James Dixon Office phone........................................................... (936) 468-2606 Cell phone.............................................................. (936) 552-1171 Email................................................................... jdixon@sfasu.edu Press Box............................................................... (936) 468-3910 Website.......................................................................sfajacks.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................................................................ Liz Abel Office phone........................................................... (801) 581-3511 Cell phone.............................................................. (801) 209-6346 Email......................................................label@huntsman.utah.edu Press Box............................................................... (801) 581-4783 Website...................................................................... utahutes.com

2012 Results (5-6)

Date Opponent Result 08-31 SW Oklahoma W 49-14 09-08 at SMU L 0-52 09-15 at Montana State L 35-43 09-22 at Texas State L 37-41 09-29 Central Arkansas W 42-37 10-06 vs. Sam Houston St. L 43-51 10-20 Nicholls W 44-10 10-27 at McNeese State L 24-35 11-03 Lamar W 40-26 11-10 SE WEBER Louisiana STATE L 27-42 2011 11-17 NW State W 34-17

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2013 Schedule

Date Opponent Time (MT) 08-31 at Weber State 6:00 pm 09-07 at Texas Tech 5:00 pm 09-14 McMurry 5:00 pm 09-21 Montana State 5:00 pm 09-28 Prairie View A&M 5:00 pm 10-12 at SE Louisiana 6:00 pm 10-19 Nicholls State 2:00 pm 10-26 at Central Ark. 2:00 pm 11-02 vs. Sam Houston St. 2:00 pm 11-09 McNeese State 2:00 pm FOOTBALL 11-16 at Lamar 5:00 pm 11-23 at NW State 2:00 pm

2012 Results (5-7)

Date Opponent 08-30 Northern Colo. 09-07 at Utah State 09-15 BYU 09-22 at Arizona State 10-04 USC 10-13 at UCLA 10-20 at Oregon State 10-27 California 11-03 Washington St. 11-10 Washington 11-17 Arizona 11-23 at Colorado

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2013 Schedule

Date Opponent Time (MT) 08-29 Utah State 6:00 pm 09-07 Weber State 12:00 pm 09-14 Oregon State 8:00 pm 09-21 at BYU TBA 10-03 UCLA 8:00 pm 10-12 Stanford TBA 10-19 at Arizona TBA 10-26 at USC TBA 11-09 Arizona State TBA 11-16 at Oregon TBA 11-23 at Washington St. TBA 11-30 Colorado TBA

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OPPONENTS UTAH STATE AGGIES

MCNEESE STATE COWBOYS

Sept. 14 • 6:00 p.m. Romney Stadium • Logan, Utah

Sept. 21 • 6:00 p.m. (MDT) Cowboy Stadium • Lake Charles, La.

Matt Wells

GENERAL INFORMATION

Chuckie Keeton

Location....................................................................... Logan, Utah Enrollement..........................................................................28,994 Colors...................................... Navy Blue, White and Pewter Grey Conference..............................................................Mountain West Stadium (Capacity)...............................Romney Stadium (25,513) Playing Surface............................................................... AstroTurf President................................................................... Stan Albrecht Athletic Director........................................................ Scott Barnes

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

Matt Viator

GENERAL INFORMATION

Terence Cahee

Location...............................................................Lake Charles, La. Enrollement............................................................................8,900 Colors.......................................................................Blue and Gold Conference......................................................................Southland Stadium (Capacity)............................... Cowboy Stadium (17,610) Playing Surface............................................... Artifical, GeoMax 2 President.......................................................Dr. Phillip C. Williams Interim Athletic Director.......................................... Bridget Martin

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

2012 record..............................................................................11-2 2012 WAC record/finish....................................................6-0 / 1st Head Coach.................................................................... Matt Wells Overall Record............................................................. first season Record at USU............................................................. first season Lettermen Returning..................................................................49 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................8 / 7 / 3 Series history vs. Weber State...................Utah State leads 12-1

2012 record................................................................................7-4 2012 Conference record/finish.........................................4-3 / 4th Head Coach................................................................... Matt Viator Overall Record....................................................... 52-24 (7 years) Record at McNeese State.....................................................same Lettermen Returning..................................................................62 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................8 / 7 / 1 Series history vs. Weber State............. McNeese State leads 2-1

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact......................................................Doug Hoffman Office phone........................................................... (435) 797-3714 Cell phone.............................................................. (435) 881-8011 Email........................................................ Doug.Hoffman@usu.edu Press Box........................................................................................ Website...........................................................utahstateaggies.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact................................................Matthew Bonnette Office phone........................................................... (337) 475-5207 Cell phone.............................................................. (337) 304-1658 Email......................................................wbonnette@mcneese.edu Press Box............................................................... (337) 475-5225 Website............................................................mcneesesports.com

2012 Results (11-2)

Date Opponent Result 08-30 Southern Utah W 34-3 09-07 Utah W 27-20(ot) 09-15 at Wisconsin L 14-16 09-22 at Colorado St. W 31-19 09-29 UNLV W 35-13 10-05 at BYU L 3-6 10-13 at San Jose St. W 49-27 10-20 New Mexico St. W 41-7 10-27 at UTSA W 48-17 11-03 Texas State W 38-7 11-17 at Louisiana Tech W 48-41(ot) 11-24 Idaho W 45-9 12-15 vs. Toledo W 41-15

2013 Schedule

Date Opponent 08-29 at Utah 09-07 at Air Force 09-14 Weber State 09-21 at USC 09-27 at San Jose St. 10-04 BYU 10-12 Boise State 10-19 at New Mexico 11-02 Hawaii 11-09 at UNLV 11-23 Colorado St. 11-30 Wyoming

Time (MT) 6:00 pm 1:30 pm 6:00 pm TBA 7:00 pm 6:00 pm 5:30 pm 4:00 pm 2:00 pm TBA 1:30 pm 12:00 pm

2012 Results (7-4)

Date Opponent Result 08-30 at Mid. Tenn. St. W 27-21 09-08 McMurry (TX) W 69-7 09-15 at Weber State W 35-21 09-22 at SE Louisiana L 24-25 09-29 NW State W 30-22 10-13 Central Arkansas L 26-27 10-20 at Sam Houston St. L 10-45 10-27 Stephen F. Austin W 35-24 11-03 at Nicholls St. W 42-10 11-10 at UTSA L 24-31 11-17 Lamar W 35-0

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Date Opponent 08-31 at South Florida 09-07 Ark.-Pine Bluff 09-14 West Alabama 09-21 Weber State 09-28 at No. Iowa 10-05 at Central Ark. 10-19 Sam Houston St. 10-26 at Nicholls St. 11-02 SE Louisiana 11-09 at S.F. Austin 11-16 NW State 11-23 at Lamar

Time (MT) 5:00 pm 6:30 pm 6:00 pm 6:00 pm 3:00 pm 2:00 pm 6:00 pm 2:00 pm 6:00 pm 2:00 pm 6:00 pm 5:00 pm

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OPPONENTS SACRAMENTO STATE HORNETS

EASTERN WASHINGTON EAGLES

Sept. 28 • 6:00 p.m. (Homecoming) Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah

Oct. 5 • 5:00 p.m. (MDT) Roos Field • Cheney, Wash.

Marshall Sperbeck

GENERAL INFORMATION

Todd Davis

Location............................................................. Sacramento, Calif. Enrollement..........................................................................28,000 Colors.................................................................... Green and Gold Conference..........................................................................Big Sky Stadium (Capacity)................................. Hornet Stadium (21,195) Playing Surface................................................................FieldTurf President...................................................Dr. Alexander Gonzalez Athletic Director.................................................Dr. Terry Wanless

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

Beau Baldwin

GENERAL INFORMATION

Allen Brown

Location...................................................................Cheney, Wash. Enrollement..........................................................................12,587 Colors......................................................................Red and White Conference..........................................................................Big Sky Stadium (Capacity)........................................... Roos Field (8,600) Playing Surface.........................................................Red Sprinturf President..........................................................Dr. Rodolfo Arevalo Athletic Director...........................................................Bill Chaves

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

2012 record................................................................................6-5 2012 Conference record/finish........................................4-4 / t5th Head Coach.......................................................Marshall Sperbeck Overall Record................................................... 139-90 (20 years) Record at Sacramento State................................ 30-37 (6 years) Lettermen Returning..................................................................41 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)...............................................9/ 8 / 2 Series history vs. Weber State............................WSU leads 11-6

2012 record..............................................................................11-3 2012 Conference record/finish........................................7-1 / t1st Head Coach...............................................................Beau Baldwin Overall Record....................................................... 54-22 (6 years) Record at EWU....................................................... 44-19 (5 years) Lettermen Returning..................................................................48 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................7 / 9 / 1 Series history vs. Weber State..........................EWU leads 17-14

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact.........................................................Brian Berger Office phone........................................................... (916) 278-4313 Cell phone.............................................................. (916) 397-4325 Email...............................................................bwberger@csus.edu Press Box............................................................... (916) 278-5995 Website................................................................hornetsports.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact...........................................................Dave Cook Office phone........................................................... (509) 359-6334 Cell phone.............................................................. (509) 280-2502 Email.....................................................................dcook@ewu.edu Press Box............................................................... (509) 359-6351 Website........................................................................ goeags.com

2012 Results (6-5)

Date Opponent Result 08-30 at New Mexico St. L 19-49 09-08 at Colorado W 30-28 09-15 No. Colorado W 28-17 09-22 *North Dakota L 13-35 09-29 *at Idaho State W 54-31 10-06 *at So. Utah W 27-22 10-13 *Weber State W 19-14 10-20 *at E. Washington L 28-31 10-27 *Cal Poly W 35-29 11-03 *Montana State STATE L 17-20 2011 WEBER 11-17 *at UC Davis L 27-34

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Date Opponent 08-29 at San Jose St. 09-05 at Arizona State 09-14 So. Oregon 09-21 So. Utah 09-28 *at Weber State 10-05 *No. Colorado 10-12 *No. Arizona 10-19 *at North Dakota 11-02 *Montana 11-09 *at Cal Poly FOOTBALL 11-16 *at Portland St. 11-23 *UC Davis

Time (MT) TBA 8:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 6:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:30 pm 2:00 pm 7:00 pm 2:00 pm 2:00 pm

2012 Results (11-3)

Date Opponent Result 08-30 at Idaho W 20-3 09-08 at Washington St. L 24-20 09-22 at Weber State W 32-26 09-29 Montana W 32-26 10-06 North Dakota W 55-17 10-13 at Montana St. W 27-24 10-20 Sacramento St. W 31-28 10-27 at Southern Utah L 27-30 11-03 Cal Poly W 34-17 11-10 UC Davis W 31-28 11-17 at Portland St. W 41-34 12-01 Wagner W 29-19 12-08 Illinois State W 51-35 12-15 Sam Houston St. L 42-45

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Date Opponent 08-31 at Oregon State 09-07 Western Oregon 09-14 at Toledo 09-28 at Sam Houston St. 10-05 Weber State 10-12 at North Dakota 10-19 Southern Utah 10-26 at Montana 11-02 at Idaho State 11-09 Montana State 11-16 at Cal Poly 11-23 Portland State

Time (MT) 4:00 pm 5:00 pm 5:00 pm 1:00 pm 5:00 pm 1:30 pm 5:00 pm 1:30 pm 3:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:30 pm 3:30 pm

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OPPONENTS CAL POLY MUSTANGS

MONTANA STATE BOBCATS

Oct. 12 • 7:00 p.m. MDT Spanos Stadium • San Luis Obispo, Calif.

Oct. 19 • 3:30 p.m. • ROOT SPORTS Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah

Tim Walsh

GENERAL INFORMATION

Nick Dzubnar

Location...................................................... San Luis Obispo, Calif. Enrollement..........................................................................18,679 Colors.........................................................Forest Green and Gold Conference..........................................................................Big Sky Stadium (Capacity)................... Alex G. Spanos Stadium (11,075) Playing Surface........................................................Natural Grass President.................................................. Dr. Jeffrey D. Armstrong Athletic Director................................................. Don Oberhelman

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

Rob Ash

DeNarius McGhee

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location.................................................................Bozeman, Mont. Enrollement..........................................................................14,660 Colors.......................................................................Blue and Gold Conference..........................................................................Big Sky Stadium (Capacity).................................Bobcat Stadium (17,200) Playing Surface...............................................................Field Turf President............................................................ D. Wade Cruzado Athletic Director..........................................................Peter Fields

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

2012 record................................................................................9-3 2012 Conference record/finish........................................7-1 / t1st Head Coach.................................................................... Tim Walsh Overall Record................................................. 143-101 (22 years) Record at Cal Poly................................................. 26-19 (4 years) Lettermen Returning..................................................................58 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)............................................8 / 10 / 1 Series history vs. Weber State.................. Weber State leads 5-4

2012 record..............................................................................11-2 2012 Conference record/finish........................................7-1 / t1st Head Coach....................................................................... Rob Ash Overall Record............................................. 226-121-5 (33 years) Record at Montana State...................................... 50-22 (6 years) Lettermen Returning..................................................................37 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................8 / 6 / 2 Series history vs. Weber State.......................MSU leads 28-20-1

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact..........................................................Eric Burdick Office phone........................................................... (805) 756-6550 Cell phone.............................................................. (805) 550-3427 Email.............................................................eburdick@calpoly.edu Press Box............................................................... (805) 756-6739 Website..........................................................................gopoly.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact........................................................Bill Lamberty Office phone........................................................... (406) 994-5133 Cell phone.............................................................. (406) 580-6781 Email................................................. blamberty@msubobcats.com Press Box............................................................... (406) 994-3099 Website.................................................................msubobcats.com

2012 Results (9-3)

Date Opponent Result 09-01 San Diego W 41-14 09-15 at Wyoming W 24-22 09-22 *UC Davis W 28-20 09-29 *at North Dakota W 35-17 10-05 *at Weber State W 45-23 10-13 *No. Colorado W 56-28 10-20 *Portland State W 37-25 10-27 *at Sac State L 29-35 11-03 at E. Washington L 17-34 11-10 *Idaho State W 70-14 11-17 *at No. Arizona W 42-34 12-01 at Sam Houston St. L 18-16

2013 Schedule

Date Opponent 08-31 San Diego 09-07 at Fresno State 09-14 at Colorado St. 09-26 *at Portland St. 10-05 Yale 10-12 *Weber State 10-19 *at Montana 10-26 *No. Arizona 11-02 *at UC Davis 11-09 *Sac State 11-16 *E. Washington 11-23 *at No. Colorado

Time (MT) 5:00 pm 8:00 pm TBA 8:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:30 pm 7:00 pm 5:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:30 pm 12:00 pm

2012 Results (11-2)

Date Opponent Result 08-30 Chadron State W 33-6 09-08 at Drake W 34-24 09-15 Stephen F. Austin W 43-35 09-22 *No. Colorado W 41-16 09-29 *at So. Utah W 24-17 10-06 *at UC Davis W 48-41 10-13 *E. Washington L 24-27 10-27 *North Dakota W 55-10 11-03 *at Sac State W 20-17 11-10 *Portland State W 60-35 11-17 *at Montana W 16-7 12-01 Stony Brook W 16-10 12-07 Sam Houston St. L 16-34

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Date Opponent Time (MT) 08-29 Monmouth 7:00 pm 09-07 at SMU TBA 09-14 Colorado Mesa 1:00 pm 09-21 at Stephen F. Austin 5:00 pm 09-28 *at North Dakota 1:30 pm 10-05 *No. Arizona 2:00 pm 10-19 *at Weber State 3:30 pm 10-26 *UC Davis 2:00 pm 11-02 *at No. Colorado 1:00 pm 11-09 *at E. Washington 1:00 pm 11-16 *Southern Utah 4:00 pm 11-23 *Montana 12:00 pm

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OPPONENTS PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS

SOUTHERN UTAH THUNDERBIRDS

Nov. 2 • 2:00 p.m. MDT JELD-WEN Field • Portland, Ore.

Nov. 9 • 1:00 p.m. Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah

Nigel Burton

Jaycob Shoemaker

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location.................................................................... Portland, Ore. Enrollement..........................................................................29,524 Colors..............................................................Green, White, Silver Conference..........................................................................Big Sky Stadium (Capacity)............................... JELD-WEN Field (18,627) Playing Surface...............................................................Field Turf President............................................................... Dr. Wim Wiewel Athletic Director.....................................................Torre Chisholm

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

Ed Lamb

GENERAL INFORMATION

Zak Browning

Location................................................................ Cedar City, Utah Enrollement............................................................................8,066 Colors................................................................. Scarlet and White Conference..........................................................................Big Sky Stadium (Capacity)..................................Eccles Coliseum (8,500) Playing Surface....................................................................... Turf Interim President........................................................Rich Kendell Athletic Director..........................................................Ken Beazer

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

2012 record................................................................................3-8 2012 Conference record/finish......................................2-6 / t11th Head Coach.................................................................Nigel Burton Overall Record....................................................... 12-21 (3 years) Record at Portland State......................................................same Lettermen Returning..................................................................47 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................6 / 5 / 1 Series history vs. Weber State.............. Weber State leads 20-12

2012 record................................................................................5-6 2012 Conference record/finish........................................4-4 / t5th Head Coach...................................................................... Ed Lamb Overall Record....................................................... 26-29 (5 years) Record at Southern Utah......................................................same Lettermen Returning..................................................................38 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................6 / 6 / 2 Series history vs. Weber State................ Weber State leads 14-3

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact............................................................ Mike Lund Office phone........................................................... (503) 725-5602 Cell phone.............................................................. (503) 866-0236 Email..................................................................... lundm@pdx.edu Press Box............................................................... (503) 294-2942 Website..........................................................................goviks.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact........................................................ Neil Gardner Office phone........................................................... (435) 586-7753 Cell phone.............................................................. (435) 559-0275 Email...................................................................gardner@suu.edu Press Box............................................................... (435) 586-5447 Website..................................................................... suutbirds.com

2012 Results (3-8)

Date Opponent 09-01 Carroll College 09-08 at North Dakota 09-15 at Washington 09-22 *Southern Utah 09-29 *at No. Arizona 10-06 *Idaho State 10-20 *at Cal Poly 10-27 *at UC Davis 11-03 *No. Colorado 11-10 *at Montana St. 2011 WEBER 11-17 *E. Washington

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Result W 38-20 L 37-45 L 13-52 L 42-49 L 10-24 W 77-10 L 25-37 W 49-21 L 28-32 L 35-60 STATE L 34-41

2013 Schedule

Date Opponent Time (MT) 08-29 Eastern Oregon 8:00 pm 09-07 at California 3:00 pm 09-14 Humbolt State 2:00 pm 09-21 at UC Davis 7:00 pm 09-26 *Cal Poly 8:00 pm 10-05 *at Montana 1:30 pm 10-12 *at So. Utah 2:00 pm 10-26 *North Dakota 2:00 pm 11-02 *Weber State 2:00 pm 11-09 *at Idaho State 3:00 pm FOOTBALL 11-16 *Sac State 2:00 pm 11-23 *at E. Washington 3:30 pm

2012 Results (5-6)

Date Opponent 08-30 at Utah State 09-08 at California 09-15 NM Highlands 09-22 *at Portland St. 09-29 *Montana State 10-06 *Sac State 10-13 *at Montana 10-20 *Weber State 10-27 *E. Washington 11-03 *at North Dakota 11-10 *No. Arizona

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Result L 3-34 L 31-50 W 45-23 W 49-42 L 17-24 L 22-27 W 30-20 L 22-24 W 30-27 L 29-33 W 35-29 (3ot)

2013 Schedule

Date Opponent Time (MT) 08-29 at So. Alabama 5:30 pm 09-07 Fort Lewis 6:00 pm 09-14 at Washington St. TBA 09-21 at Sac State 7:00 pm 09-28 *at No. Colorado 1:30 pm 10-05 *UC Davis 1:00 pm 10-12 *Portland State 2:00 pm 10-19 *at E. Washington TBA 10-26 *Idaho State 1:00 pm 11-09 *at Weber State 1:00 pm 11-16 *at Montana St. 4:00 pm 11-23 *No. Arizona 1:00 pm

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OPPONENTS MONTANA GRIZZLIES

IDAHO STATE BENGALS

Nov. 16 • 12:00 p.m.

Nov. 23 • 1:00 p.m. Stewart Stadium • Ogden, Utah

Washington-Grizzly Stadium • Missoula, Mont.

Mick Delaney

GENERAL INFORMATION

Jordan Tripp

Location..................................................................Missoula, Mont. Enrollement..........................................................................14,943 Colors.................................................................Maroon and Silver Conference..........................................................................Big Sky Stadium (Capacity)............. Washington-Grizzly Stadium (25,217) Playing Surface............................................................... SprinTurf President.........................................................Dr. Royce Engstrom Athletic Director........................................................ Kent Haslam

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

Mike Kramer

GENERAL INFORMATION

Trevor Spence

Location.................................................................Pocatello, Idaho Enrollement..........................................................................14,489 Colors.................................................................Black and Orange Conference..........................................................................Big Sky Stadium (Capacity)..........................................Holt Arena (12,000) Playing Surface............................................................. Helas Turf President............................................................... Dr. Arthur Vailas Athletic Director........................................................... Jeff Tingey

FOOTBALL INFORMATION

2012 record................................................................................5-6 2012 Conference record/finish........................................3-5 / t8th Head Coach............................................................... Mick Delaney Overall Record.................................................... 12-15-1 (3 years) Record at Montana...................................................... 5-6 (1 year) Lettermen Returning..................................................................43 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)............................................7 / 10 / 2 Series history vs. Weber State....................Montana leads 39-13

2012 record..............................................................................1-10 2012 Conference record/finish.......................................0-8 / 13th Head Coach................................................................ Mike Kramer Overall Record..................................................... 80-94 (14 years) Record at Idaho State............................................. 3-19 (2 years) Lettermen Returning..................................................................44 Starters Returning (O/D/SP)..............................................8 / 8 / 2 Series history vs. Weber State.............. Weber State leads 38-14

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact.........................................................Dave Guffey Office phone........................................................... (406) 243-5402 Cell phone.............................................................. (406) 370-9435 Email..........................................................guffeydb@mso.umt.edu Press Box............................................................... (406) 243-4167 Website.......................................................................... gogriz.com

MEDIA RELATIONS Football Contact.....................................................Steve Schaack Office phone........................................................... (208) 282-2621 Cell phone.............................................................. (208) 406-3570 Email.................................................................. schaste4@isu.edu Press Box............................................................... (208) 282-2952 Website...................................................................isubengals.com

2012 Results (5-6)

Date Opponent Result 09-01 South Dakota W 35-24 09-08 at Appalachian St. L 35-27 09-15 Liberty W 34-14 09-22 *Northern Arizona L 31-41 09-29 *at E. Washington L 26-32 10-06 *at No. Colorado W 40-17 10-13 *Southern Utah L 20-30 10-20 *at North Dakota L 34-40 10-27 *Idaho State W 70-24 11-03 *at Weber State W 24-21 11-17 *Montana State L 7-16

2013 Schedule

Date Opponent Time (MT) 08-31 Appalachian St. 7:00 pm 09-14 at North Dakota 5:00 pm 09-21 OK Panhandle St. 1:00 pm 09-28 *at No. Arizona 5:00 pm 10-05 *Portland State 1:30 pm 10-12 *at UC Davis 5:00 pm 10-19 *Cal Poly 1:30 pm 10-26 *E. Washington 1:30 pm 11-02 *at Sac State 2:00 pm 11-09 at South Dakota 12:00 pm 11-16 *Weber State 12:00 pm 11-23 *at Montana State 12:00 pm

2012 Results (1-10)

Date Opponent 09-01 at Air Force 09-08 Black Hills St. 09-22 at Nebraska 09-29 *Sac State 10-06 *at Portland St. 10-13 *UC Davis 10-20 *at No. Colorado 10-27 *at Montana 11-03 *No. Arizona 11-10 *at Cal Poly 11-17 *Weber State

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Result L 21-49 W 38-5 L 7-73 L 31-54 L 10-77 L 45-52 L 14-52 L 24-70 L 10-50 L 14-70 L 14-40

2013 Schedule

Date Opponent 09-07 Dixie State 09-14 Western State 09-21 at Washington 09-28 *at UC Davis 10-05 *North Dakota 10-12 *No. Colorado 10-19 *at No. Arizona 10-26 *at So. Utah 11-02 *E. Washington 11-09 *Portland State 11-16 at BYU 11-23 *at Weber State

Time (MT) 3:00 pm 3:00 pm TBA 7:00 pm 2:00 pm 3:00 pm 4:00 pm 1:00 pm 3:00 pm 3:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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

HEAD COACH Wally Nalder Wally Nalder Wally Nalder Sark Arslanian Sark Arslanian Sark Arslanian Sark Arslanian Sark Arslanian Sark Arslanian Sark Arslanian Sark Arslanian Dick Gwin Dick Gwin Dick Gwin Dick Gwin Pete Riehlman Pete Riehlman Pete Riehlman Pete Riehlman Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Mike Price Dave Arslanian Dave Arslanian Dave Arslanian Dave Arslanian Dave Arslanian Dave Arslanian Dave Arslanian Dave Arslanian Dave Arslanian Jerry Graybeal Jerry Graybeal Jerry Graybeal Jerry Graybeal Jerry Graybeal Jerry Graybeal Jerry Graybeal Ron McBride Ron McBride Ron McBride Ron McBride Ron McBride Ron McBride Ron McBride Jody Sears 51 seasons

RECORD 5-4 6-3 2-6 8-1 6-3 6-4 7-2 6-4 5-5-1 7-2-1 5-5 3-8 4-7 1-9-1 2-9 4-6 4-7 3-8 4-7 7-4 4-7 6-5 5-6 6-5 3-8 10-3 5-6 3-8 5-6 8-4 8-4 7-4 5-6 6-5 7-4 6-5 6-5 3-8 7-4 3-8 3-8 8-4 1-10 6-5 4-7 5-6 10-4 7-5 6-5 5-6 2-9 264-284-3 (.482)

BIG SKY ----- 1-2 0-3 3-1 2-2 2-2 3-1 3-1 3-3 3-2-1 2-4 2-4 1-5 1-4-1 1-5 2-4 2-4 3-4 4-4 4-3 2-5 3-4 3-4 4-3 2-5 7-1 4-4 1-7 3-5 6-2 6-2 3-4 2-5 4-3 5-3 4-4 4-4 3-5 5-3 2-5 1-6 4-3 1-6 4-3 3-5 4-4 7-1 6-2 5-3 5-3 2-6 146-188 (.437)

FINISH ----4th 4th t1st 3rd t2nd t1st 2nd 3rd 4th 6th t4th 7th 6th 6th t4th t5th t3rd t4th t4th t4th t5th 6th 4th t6th t1st t4th 9th t5th t2nd t2nd t5th t6th t2nd t3rd t4th t4th t5th t2nd 6th 8th t4th 8th t4th t6th t4th t1st t2nd t3rd t3rd t11th

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WILDCAT HEAD COACHES

WALLY NALDER

DAVE ARSLANIAN

SARK ARSLANIAN

JERRY GRAYBEAL

DICK GWINN

RON MCBRIDE

1962-64 (3 seasons) Overall: 13-13 Big Sky: 1-5

1965-72 (8 seasons) Overall: 50-26-2 Big Sky: 21-16-1

1989-97 (9 seasons) Overall: 53-47 Big Sky: 34-36

1998-04 (7 seasons) Overall: 32-46 Big Sky: 20-32

1973-76 (4 seasons) Overall: 10-33 Big Sky: 5-14-1

2005-11 (7 seasons) Overall: 43-38 Big Sky: 34-21

PETE RIEHLMAN

JOHN L. SMITH

MIKE PRICE

JODY SEARS

1976-80 (4 seasons) Overall: 15-28 Big Sky: 11-16

1981-88 (8 seasons) Overall: 46-44 Big Sky: 29-29

2011-12 Overall: 0-0 Big Sky: 0-0

2012-pres. Overall: 2-9 Big Sky: 2-6

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FCS PLAYOFF HISTORY

ALL - TIME WEBER STATE COACHING RECORDS

YEARS COACH 1962-64 Wally Nalder 1965-72 Sark Arslanian 1973-76 Dick Gwinn 1977-80 Pete Riehlman 1981-88 Mike Price 1989-97 Dave Arslanian 1998-04 Jerry Graybeal 2005-11 Ron McBride 2012-pres. Jody Sears TOTALS

SEASONS 3 8 4 4 8 9 7 7 1 51

GAMES 26 78 44 43 90 100 78 81 11 551

W 13 50 10 15 46 53 32 43 2 264

L 13 26 33 28 44 47 46 38 9 284

T 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

.PCT .500 .641 .227 .349 .511 .530 .410 .531 .182 .479

TITLES 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3

WEBER STATE FCS PLAYOF HISTORY Date 11/28/1987 12/05/1987

Round First Round Second Round

Opponent at Idaho at Marshall

Result W 59-30 L 23-51

11/30/1991

First Round

at Northern Iowa

L 21-38

11/29/2008 12/06/2008

First Round Second Round

at #3 Cal Poly at #5 Montana

W 49-35 L 13-24

11/28/2009

First Round

at William & Mary

L 0-38

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YEAR-BY-YEAR GAME RESULTS

WALLY NALDER 13-13 / 1-5 BSC 3 seasons 1962

1965

Overall: 5-4 Independent Date Opponent 09-22 at Western State 09-29 Eastern Montana 10-06 Oregon Tech 10-13 at Montana 10-20 Idaho State 10-27 College of Idaho 11-03 at Eastern Oregon 11-10 Western Montana 11-17 at Southern Oregon

SARK ARSLANIAN 50-26-2 / 21-16-1 BSC 8 seasons Overall: 8-1 Big Sky: 3-1, t1st

Result L 6-26 W 33-6 W 29-13 L 6-25 L 20-42 W 27-14 W 34-0 W 28-0 L 7-26

Date Opponent 09-18 Northern Arizona 09-25 at Eastern Montana 10-02 * Montana State 10-09 * Montana 10-16 Whitworth College (HC) 10-23 * at Idaho State 10-30 at Western State 11-06 * Idaho 11-13 * Portland State

Result W 21-14 W 42-7 W 19-16 L 14-15 W 44-13 W 28-17 W 14-7 W 14-7 W 74-6

1966

1963

Overall: 6-3 Big Sky: 2-2, 3rd

Overall: 6-3 Big Sky: 1-2, 4th Date Opponent Result 09-14 at Eastern Montana W 13-7 09-21 Southern Oregon W 40-32 09-28 at Oregon Tech W 29-7 10-05 at Southern Colorado W 28-14 10-12 * Montana State (HC) (Og. Std.) L 8-26 10-26 Eastern Oregon W 48-7 11-02 * Montana (Ogden Stadium) W 19-13 11-09 * at Idaho State L 26-36 11-16 Western State L 6-19

Date Opponent 09-17 at Northern Arizona 09-24 Cal State-San Diego 10-01 Cal State-Los Angeles 10-08 * at Montana 10-22 * at Montana State 10-29 * Idaho State 11-05 Western State 11-12 at Portland State 11-19 * at Idaho

Result W 32-14 L 34-38 W 70-7 W 28-0 L 36-45 W 16-7 W 42-7 W 51-6 L 12-42

Date Opponent Result 09-19 at Northern Arizona L 6-41 09-26 Eastern Montana W 20-0 10-03 Southern Colorado W 19-14 10-17 * at Montana L 12-20 10-24 * Idaho State (Ogden Stadium) L 0-31 10-31 Western State L 0-7 11-14 * Montana State (Ogden Stadium) L 0-24 11-21 at Portland State L 10-18

Date Opponent 09-16 Northern Arizona 09-23 at Cal State-San Diego 09-30 * Montana 10-07 Cal State-Los Angeles 10-14 Parsons College 10-21 * at Montana State 10-28 * at Idaho State 11-04 * Idaho (HC) 11-11 Portland State 11-18 at Western State

Result W 29-28 L 12-58 L 12-13 W 13-3 L 14-31 L 6-21 W 19-0 W 28-17 W 40-21 W 20-0

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Overall: 5-5-1 Big Sky: 3-3, 3rd Date Opponent 09-12 Wisconsin-Oshkosh 09-19 Drake 09-26 Parsons College 10-03 * at Montana 10-10 at Portland State 10-17 * Montana State 10-24 * Idaho State 10-31 * at Northern Arizona 11-07 * at Idaho (Pullman, WA) 11-14 * at Boise State 11-21 South Dakota

Result W 60-0 L 19-36 W 28-3 L 29-38 L 14-46 W 56-13 L 14-30 W 38-6 L 17-27 W 41-7 T 21-21

Date Opponent 09-18 North Texas State 09-25 * Northern Arizona 10-02 * Boise State 10-09 Portland State 10-16 * at Montana State 10-23 at UNLV 10-30 * Montana 11-06 * Idaho 11-20 * at Idaho State 11-27 at Cal State Northridge

Result W 20-0 W 23-7 W 20-7 W 54-26 T 21-21 W 30-17 L 13-14 L 20-24 W 28-21 W 44-7

1972

Overall: 7-2 Big Sky: 3-1, t1st Date Opponent 09-14 at South Dakota State 09-28 at Northern Arizona 10-05 Boise State 10-12 at Portland State 10-19 * Montana State 10-26 * Idaho State 11-02 * at Idaho 11-09 * at Montana FOOTBALL 11-16 Cal State Northridge

Result W 28-13 W 52-6 L 23-24 L 17-20 L 13-35 W 53-3 W 28-25 L 19-21 W 28-7 W 16-6

Overall: 7-2-1 Big Sky: 3-2-1, 4th

Overall: 6-4 Big Sky: 2-2, t2nd

Overall: 2-6 Big Sky: 0-3, 4th

Date Opponent 09-13 South Dakota State 09-20 Eastern Washington 09-27 Northern Michigan 10-04 * Montana 10-11 at North Texas State 10-18 * at Montana State 10-25 * at Idaho State 11-01 Northern Arizona 11-08 * Idaho 11-15 at Parsons College

1971

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1964

1969

Overall: 6-4 Big Sky: 3-1, 2nd

Overall: 5-5 Big Sky: 2-4, 6th Result W 27-12 W 21-14 W 44-3 W 28-12 W 20-14 W 23-16 L 42-50 W 20-16 L 18-29

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Date Opponent 09-23 * Idaho 09-30 * at Boise State 10-07 * at Montana 10-14 * Montana State 10-21 * at Northern Arizona 10-28 UNLV 11-04 * Idaho State 11-11 Northern Michigan 11-18 at New Mexico Highlands 11-23 at Utah State

Result W 26-10 L 16-49 L 7-12 L 3-9 W 28-7 W 30-0 L 7-49 W 30-18 W 2-0 (f) L 16-20

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DICK GWINN 10-33 / 5-14-1 BSC 4 seasons 1973

Overall: 3-8 Big Sky: 2-4, t4th Date Opponent 09-15 Utah State 09-22 * Northern Arizona 09-29 * Cal State Fullerton 10-06 * Boise State 10-13 * at Montana State 10-20 * at Idaho 10-27 * at Idaho State 11-03 at Southern Mississippi 11-10 * Montana (HC) 11-17 at Brigham Young 11-22 at Eastern Michigan

Result L 3-10 W 25-13 W 16-14 L 7-34 L 0-33 L 13-17 W 38-23 L 7-28 L 0-10 L 14-45 L 7-44

1974

Date Opponent 09-11 at Cal State Long Beach 09-18 at Western Illinois 09-25 UNLV 10-02 * at Montana 10-09 * Montana State 10-16 * at Idaho 10-23 * Idaho State (HC) 11-06 at Utah State 11-13 South Dakota State 11-20 * at Northern Arizona 11-27 * at Boise State

Result L 7-19 L 19-21 L 16-33 L 25-28 L 0-44 L 17-45 W 34-7 L 10-36 W 52-19 L 18-30 L 31-56

PETE RIEHLMAN 15-28 / 11-16 BSC 4 seasons Overall: 4-6 Big Sky: 2-4, t4th

Result L 10-28 W 28-0 W 31-21 L 13-24 W 28-10 L 20-21 L 8-10 L 14-42 L 13-38 W 21-14 L 7-20

Date Opponent 9-10 * Boise State 9-17 Portland State 9-24 * Northern Arizona 10-01 * vs. @ Montana 10-08 * vs. @ Montana State 10-15 vs. @ UNLV 10-22 Bemidji State 10-29 * Idaho 11-05 Utah State 11-12 * vs. @ Idaho State

Result L 9-19 W 40-22 L 10-36 W 31-23 L 24-27 L 13-26 W 31-28 W 30-27 L 14-23 L 18-21

1978

Overall: 4-7 Big Sky: 2-4, t5th

1975

Overall: 1-9-1 Big Sky: 1-4-1, 6th Date Opponent 09-13 Southern Mississippi 09-20 Western Illinois 09-27 * Boise State 10-04 * Montana 10-11 * at Montana State 10-18 Utah State 10-25 * at Idaho State 11-01 at Cal State Northridge 11-08 * Idaho 11-15 at UNLV 11-22 * Northern Arizona

1979

Overall: 3-8 Big Sky: 3-4, t3rd

1977

Overall: 4-7 Big Sky: 1-5, 7th Date Opponent 09-14 UNLV 09-21 Cal State Northridge 09-28 at Cal State Fullerton 10-05 * at Montana 10-12 * Montana State 10-19 * at Northern Arizona 10-26 * Idaho State 11-02 * at Boise State 11-09 * at Idaho 11-16 Eastern Michigan 11-23 at Utah State

1976

Overall: 2-9 Big Sky: 1-5, 6th

Result L 10-14 L 10-19 L 13-28 L 12-48 L 14-31 L 7-30 L 3-20 L 10-17 T 40-40 L 14-38 W 19-8

Date Opponent 09-09 North Dakota State 09-16 at Cal State Fresno 09-23 Northern Iowa 09-30 * Montana 10-07 * Montana State 10-14 at Utah 10-21 * at Boise State 10-28 * at Idaho 11-04 * Idaho State 11-11 at Utah State 11-18 * at Northern Arizona

Result L 28-49 L 14-55 W 35-9 L 7-27 L 14-21 L 7-30 L 13-14 W 51-6 W 34-12 W 44-25 L 0-10

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Date Opponent 09-08 at North Dakota State 09-15 at Brigham Young 09-22 Portland State 09-29 * at Montana 10-06 * at Montana State 10-13 * Northern Arizona 10-20 * at Nevada 10-27 * Boise State 11-03 * at Idaho State 11-10 * Idaho 11-17 Utah State

Result L 10-11 L 3-48 L 13-16 L 16-23 L 21-40 W 34-10 L 3-22 L 7-23 W 14-10 W 12-7 L 10-34

1980

Overall: 4-7 Big Sky: 4-4, t4th Date Opponent 09-13 at Northern Iowa 09-20 * Idaho State 09-27 * Nevada 10-04 * Montana State 10-11 * Montana 10-18 * at Northern Arizona 10-25 * at Boise State 11-01 * at Idaho 11-08 Utah State (HC) 11-15 * at Idaho State 11-22 at Portland State

Result L 10-31 W 21-17 W 10-0 W 12-7 W 38-21 L 7-32 L 0-24 L 6-31 L 13-50 L 5-46 L 0-75

MIKE PRICE 46-44 / 29-29 BSC 8 seasons 1981

Overall: 7-4 Big Sky: 4-3, t4th Date Opponent 09-12 * Idaho 09-19 at Utah State 09-26 Portland State 10-03 * at Montana State 10-10 Puget Sound 10-19 * at Nevada 10-24 * Boise State (HC) 10-31 * Northern Arizona 11-07 Augustana (S.D.) 11-14 * at Montana 11-21 * at Idaho State

Result W 42-21 L 18-31 W 31-16 W 28-20 W 31-10 L 14-28 L 19-33 W 24-23(ot) W 27-7 W 7-6 L 30-33(3ot)

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1985

Overall: 4-7 Big Sky: 2-5, 7th Date Opponent 09-11 Eastern Washington 09-18 at Utah State 09-25 at Fresno State 10-02 * at Idaho 10-09 * Montana State 10-16 at Portland State 10-23 * at Boise State 10-30 * Idaho State (HC) 11-06 * Nevada 11-13 * Montana 11-20 * at Northern Arizona

Result W 27-24 L 10-31 L 9-25 L 34-35 L 20-23 W 20-6 L 21-41 W 26-7 W 46-43(3ot) L 20-42 L 28-35

Date Opponent 09-07 Southern Utah State 09-14 Eastern Washington 09-21 Portland State 10-05 * at Montana State 10-12 * Idaho (HC) 10-19 * at Nevada 10-26 * Boise State 11-02 * at Montana 11-09 * Northern Arizona 11-16 * at Idaho State 11-23 at Pacific

1983

Result W 62-20 L 19-31 W 45-24 W 50-36 L 28-31 L 12-47 L 21-24 W 57-29 W 37-10 W 46-45 L 34-36

Result W 33-21 W 26-13 W 21-17 W 23-20 L 26-28 W 28-10 L 3-41 L 27-38 W 37-13 L 32-38 L 34-40

Date Opponent 09-13 Adams State 09-20 * at Northern Arizona 09-27 at Portland State 10-04 * Nevada 10-11 * Montana State (HC) 10-18 * at Boise State 10-25 * Idaho State 11-01 at Eastern Washington 11-08 * Montana 11-15 * at Idaho 11-22 at Nicholls State

1984

Result W 55-21 L 24-45 L 22-27 L 24-38 W 24-3 L 13-23 W 63-33 L 31-41 L 29-55 L 17-31 L 30-34

1987

Overall: 10-3 Big Sky: 7-1, t1st Result L 16-52 W 44-0 L 21-42 L 24-27 W 47-14 L 0-48 W 40-37 W 29-10 L 21-35 L 22-26 W 23-21

Date Opponent 09-05 Western State 09-12 at Cal State Long Beach 09-19 Southern Utah State 09-26 * Boise State 10-10 * Northern Arizona 10-17 * at Montana State 10-24 * at Montana 10-31 * Idaho 11-07 Eastern Washington 11-14 * at Nevada 11-21 * at Idaho State 11-28 # at Idaho 12-05 # at Marshall

Date Opponent 09-10 at UTEP 09-17 Nicholls State 09-24 Southern Utah State 10-01 * at Boise State 10-08 * Idaho State 10-15 * Nevada 10-22 * at Idaho 10-29 * Montana 11-05 * at Eastern Washington 11-12 * Montana State 11-19 * at Northern Arizona

Result L 21-48 L 23-28 W 49-30 L 27-31 W 34-13 W 37-31 L 24-27 L 14-41 W 51-30 W 59-35 L 21-27

DAVE ARSLANIAN 53-47 / 34-36 BSC 9 seasons

Overall: 3-8 Big Sky: 2-5, t6th

Overall: 5-6 Big Sky: 3-4, 6th Date Opponent 09-01 at Utah 09-08 Fort Lewis 09-15 * at Northern Arizona 09-22 at Portland State 09-29 * Montana 10-06 * Montana State 10-13 * at Idaho 10-20 Southern Utah State 10-27 * Nevada (HC) 11-03 * Idaho State 11-10 * at Boise State

Overall: 5-6 Big Sky: 4-4, t4th

1986

Overall: 6-5 Big Sky: 3-4, t5th Date Opponent 09-03 Southwest State (Minn.) 09-17 * Northern Arizona 09-24 at Eastern Washington 10-01 * at Montana State 10-08 * at Montana 10-15 * Idaho (HC) 10-22 * at Nevada 10-29 * Boise State 11-05 Portland State 11-12 * at Idaho State 11-19 at UTEP

1988

Overall: 6-5 Big Sky: 4-3, 4th

Result W 40-10 L 7-30 W 36-26 W 55-44 W 30-17 W 35-32 W 29-26 L 38-41 W 46-23 W 38-15 W 53-37 W 59-30 L 23-51

# NCAA FCS Playoffs

1989

Overall: 3-8 Big Sky: 1-7, 9th Date Opponent 09-09 at UNLV 09-16 * Northern Arizona 09-23 * Idaho 09-30 * Boise State 10-07 * at Montana 10-14 Southern Utah State 10-21 * at Nevada 10-28 * at Montana State 11-04 * Eastern Washington 11-11 Southwest State 11-18 * at Idaho State

Result L 12-16 L 17-20 L 33-46 L 24-41 L 6-31 W 42-7 L 15-47 L 27-31 L 10-27 W 55-0 W 45-35

1990

Overall: 5-6 Big Sky: 3-5, t5th Date Opponent 09-01 at Southern Utah State 09-08 * at Boise State 09-15 * Idaho State 09-22 * at Idaho 09-29 * Montana State 10-06 * at Eastern Washington 10-13 * Montana 10-20 at Wyoming 10-27 * Nevada 11-10 * at Northern Arizona 11-17 at McNeese State

Result W 37-21 L 14-24 W 45-38(2ot) L 27-37 W 32-20 W 36-34 L 37-39 L 12-21 L 7-28 L 35-38 W 27-7

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1991

1995

Overall: 8-4 Big Sky: 6-2, t2nd Date Opponent 08-31 at Air Force 09-07 Southern Utah 09-14 * Northern Arizona 09-28 * Eastern Washington 10-05 * at Montana State 10-12 * Idaho 10-19 * at Montana 11-02 * at Nevada 11-09 * New Mexico Highlands 11-16 * Boise State 11-23 * at Idaho State 11-30 # at Northern Iowa

Overall: 6-5 Big Sky: 4-3, t2nd Result L 31-48 W 33-14 W 43-38 W 63-59 W 36-25 W 45-17 L 38-47 L 49-55 W 62-7 W 35-32 W 60-41 L 21-38

Date Opponent 08-31 at Western Michigan 09-09 at Central Michigan 09-16 Saint Mary’s 09-23 Cal Poly 09-30 * Eastern Washington 10-07 * at Montana 10-14 * Boise State (HC) 10-21 * at Montana State 10-28 * Idaho 11-11 * Northern Arizona 11-18 * at Idaho State

Result L 21-28 L 31-39 W 49-14 W 53-43 W 40-30 L 22-49 L 14-40 W 14-7 W 25-19 W 20-14 L 25-35

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1992

1996

Overall: 6-5 Big Sky: 4-3, t3rd Date Opponent 09-05 at New Mexico State 09-12 Southern Utah 09-19 * at Idaho 09-26 * Montana State 10-03 * at Eastern Washington 10-10 * Montana 10-17 * at Boise State 10-24 * Idaho State 10-31 at Nevada 11-07 * at Northern Arizona 11-21 McNeese State

1993

Overall: 7-4 Big Sky: 5-3, t3rd Result L 21-37 W 35-24 L 24-52 W 47-19 L 14-32 W 24-7 L 24-24 W 27-11 W 23-21 W 25-19 L 22-23

Overall: 7-4 Big Sky: 3-4, t5th Date Opponent 09-04 Sonoma State 09-11 Cal State Northridge 09-18 * Idaho 09-25 * at Montana State 10-02 * Eastern Washington 10-09 * at Montana 10-16 * Boise State 10-23 * at Nevada 10-30 Southern Utah 11-06 * Northern Arizona 11-13 * at Idaho State

Result W 40-28 W 27-12 L 0-56 L 10-14 L 22-36 L 17-45 W 21-14 W 47-30 W 43-39 W 67-28 W 21-17

1994

Overall: 5-6 Big Sky: 2-5, t6th Date Opponent 09-03 Western Montana 09-10 Montana Tech 09-17 * Montana State 09-24 * at Eastern Washington 10-01 at Northeast Louisiana 10-08 * at Boise State 10-15 at Southern Utah 10-22 * Montana (HC) 10-29 * at Northern Arizona 11-05 * Idaho State 11-12 * at Idaho

Date Opponent 09-07 * Eastern Washington 09-14 Western State 09-21 at Cal Poly 09-28 at Toledo 10-05 * at Northern Arizona 10-12 * Cal State Northridge 10-19 * at Portland State 11-02 * Montana State 11-09 * at Sacramento State 11-16 * Montana 11-23 * at Idaho State

Result W 22-20 W 36-3 W 30-20 L 24-31 L 45-59 L 28-35 W 35-10 W 17-7 W 41-31 L 10-24 W 37-22

1997

Overall: 6-5 Big Sky: 4-4, t4th Date Opponent 09-06 Western State 09-13 Southern Utah 09-20 at Boise State 09-27 * at Eastern Washington 10-04 * Northern Arizona 10-11 * at Cal State Northridge 10-18 * Portland State (HC) 11-01 * at Montana State 11-08 * Sacramento State 11-15 * at Montana 11-22 * Idaho State

JERRY GRAYBEAL 32-46 / 20-32 BSC 7 seasons 1998

Overall: 6-5 Big Sky: 4-4, t4th Date Opponent 09-03 Montana Tech 09-12 Humboldt State 09-19 * at Idaho State 09-26 * No. 11 Montana 10-03 * at Sacramento State 10-10 * Montana State 10-17 at Boise State 10-24 * at Portland State 10-31 * Cal State Northridge 11-07 * at Northern Arizona 11-14 * Eastern Washington

Result W 38-7 W 41-12 W 6-3 W 27-20 W 27-14 L 7-10 L 13-24 L 27-34 L 10-26 L 17-20 W 27-23

1999

Overall: 3-8 Big Sky: 3-5, t5th Date Opponent 09-02 Western State 09-11 at Wyoming 09-18 * Idaho State 09-25 * at No. 2 Montana 10-02 * No. 24 Sacramento State 10-09 * at Montana State 10-16 Southern Utah (HC) 10-23 * Portland State 10-30 * at Cal State Northridge 11-06 * Northern Arizona 11-13 * at Eastern Washington

Result W 33-3 L 16-41 W 27-24 L 22-81 W 52-49 L 6-29 L 7-39 L 14-31 L 28-30 L (f) 19-36 L 27-30

(f) awarded victory over NAU for use of an ineligible player.

Result W 29-13 W 33-32 L 7-24 L 11-35 W 36-23 L 20-30 W 16-7 L 14-28 W 52-14 L 13-38 W 26-7

Result W 30-12 W 47-7 W 41-13 L 6-24 L 37-62 L 17-24 W 20-14 L 20-35 L 20-24 W 40-6 L 30-79

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2000

Overall: 7-4 Big Sky: 5-3, t2nd Date Opponent 08-31 Western State 09-09 at Toledo 09-16 * at Montana State 09-23 * Eastern Washington 09-30 * at Sacramento State 10-05 * Cal State Northridge 10-14 * at Northern Arizona 10-21 * No. 2 Portland State 10-28 * at Idaho State 11-04 Western New Mexico 11-11 * Montana

Result W 44-13 L 0-51 W 28-7 L 24-27(ot) L 7-35 W 31-14 W 12-10 W 41-9 W 16-13 W 41-10 L 28-30

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2001

RON MCBRIDE 38-32 / 29-18 BSC 6 seasons

Overall: 3-8 Big Sky: 2-5, 6th Date Opponent 09-01 at Southern Utah 09-08 * Montana State 09-22 * at Eastern Washington 09-29 * Sacramento State 10-06 at Arkansas 10-13 * No. 22 Northern Arizona 10-20 * at Portland State 10-27 * Idaho State 11-03 Cal Poly 11-10 * at No. 1 Montana 11-17 at Utah State

Result L 21-28 L 17-32 L 26-50 W 38-31 L 19-42 L 32-42 L 43-65 W 42-17 W 43-40(4ot) L 23-38 L 43-56

2002

Overall: 3-8 Big Sky: 1-6, 8th Date Opponent 08-31 at New Mexico 09-14 Western State 09-21 Eastern Oregon 10-05 * at Northern Arizona 10-12 * No. 1 Montana 10-19 * at Montana State 10-26 * at Idaho State 11-02 * Eastern Washington 11-09 * Portland State 11-16 * at Sacramento State 11-23 at Cal Poly

Result L 24-38 W 44-0 W 56-7 L 21-26 L 7-39 L 10-44 L 0-34 L 20-38 W 20-14 L 38-41 L 26-28

2003

Overall: 8-4 Big Sky: 4-3, t4th Date Opponent 08-30 Western State 09-06 Southern Utah 09-13 at Colorado State 09-20 Montana Tech 09-27 * at No. 17 E. Washington 10-04 * Northern Arizona 10-11 * at Montana 10-18 * Montana State 10-25 * Idaho State 11-08 * at Portland State 11-15 * Sacramento State 11-22 at Saint Mary’s

2004

Overall: 1-10 Big Sky: 1-6, 8th Date Opponent 09-04 Southern Utah 09-11 at UTEP 09-18 UC Davis 09-25 * at No. 21 Northern Arizona 10-02 * Montana 10-09 * at Montana State 10-16 * at Sacramento State 10-23 * Eastern Washington (HC) 2011 10-30 * atWEBER Idaho State STATE 11-06 North Dakota State 11-13 * Portland State

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Result W 38-13 W 13-3 L 7-31 W 49-14 W 35-23 L 29-48 L 7-12 L 3-26 W 38-21 W 45-21 W 26-14 W 35-15

2005

Overall: 6-5 Big Sky: 4-3, t4th Date Opponent 09-03 Western State 09-10 at #24 Fresno State 09-17 at #13 North Dakota State 09-24 * Northern Arizona 10-01 * at Montana 10-08 * Montana State 10-15 * Sacramento State 10-22 * at #6 Eastern Washington 10-29 * Idaho State 11-12 * at Portland State 11-19 at Southern Utah

Result W 61-0 L 17-55 L 0-41 W 31-23 L 19-24 L 24-27 W 26-14 W 28-23 W 30-21 L 14-39 W 27-10

2006

Result L 6-30 L 0-17 W 24-13 L 10-20 W 26-21 L 21-24 L 30-33 L 18-24 W 19-14 L 17-42 W 30-27

2007

Result L 31-34 L 0-32 L 29-31 L 27-55 L 21-42 L 17-20 L 12-31 L 7-51 FOOTBALL W 26-14 L 17-31 L 15-34

# NCAA FCS Playoffs

Result W 62-6 L 17-36 W 44-7 W 32-27 L 21-37 W 45-28 W 35-12 W 17-10 W 42-14 W 31-21 W 59-27 L 26-33 W 49-35 L 13-24

2009

Date Opponent 09-05 at Wyoming 09-12 at Colorado State 09-19 * Idaho State 09-26 * at Portland State 10-03 * Montana State 10-10 * at #14 Eastern Washington 10-17 * Sacramento State 10-24 * at Northern Colorado 10-31 * at Montana 11-14 * Northern Arizona 11-21 Cal Poly 11-28 # at William & Mary # NCAA FCS Playoffs

Result L 22-29 L 23-24 W 44-17 W 36-29 L 21-26 W 31-13 W 49-10 W 28-20 L 10-31 W 27-9 W 47-14 L 0-38

2010

Overall: 6-5 Big Sky: 5-3, t3rd

Overall: 5-6 Big Sky: 4-4, t4th Date Opponent 08-30 at Boise State 09-15 at #21 Cal Poly 09-22 * Montana State 09-29 * at Montana 10-06 * Sacramento State 10-13 * at Northern Colorado 10-20 * Northern Arizona 10-27 * at Portland State 11-03 * Idaho State 11-10 Fort Lewis 11-17 * at Eastern Washington

Date Opponent 08-28 Montana Western 09-06 at Hawaii 09-13 Dixie State (HC) 09-20 * at Sacramento State 09-27 at #17 Utah 10-04 * Montana 10-11 * at Montana State 10-18 * Northern Colorado 10-25 * at #15 Northern Arizona 11-01 * Portland State 11-08 * at Idaho State 11-22 * Eastern Washington 11-29 # at #3 Cal Poly 12-06 # at #5 Montana

Overall: 7-5 Big Sky: 6-2, t2nd

Overall: 4-7 Big Sky: 3-5, t6th Date Opponent 09-02 at Colorado State 09-09 Cal Poly 09-16 Southern Utah 09-23 * Portland State 09-28 * Northern Colorado 10-07 * at Sacramento State 10-21 * Montana 10-28 * at #24 Montana State 11-04 * Eastern Washington 11-11 * at Northern Arizona 11-18 * at Idaho State

2008

Overall: 10-4 Big Sky: 7-1, t1st

Result L 7-56 L 19-47 L 5-21 L 10-18 W 26-7 W 23-0 L 20-29 W 73-68 W 52-37 W 48-3 L 16-38

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Date Opponent 09-04 at Boston College 09-11 * Northern Colorado 09-18 * at Sacramento State 09-25 UC Davis (HC) 10-02 * Eastern Washington 10-16 * at Idaho State 10-23 * Portland State 10-30 * Montana 11-06 * at #12 Montana State 11-13 * at Northern Arizona 11-20 at Texas Tech

Result L 20-38 W 50-47(4ot) L 17-24 W 20-9 L 24-35 W 16-13 W 44-41 W 30-21 L 10-24 W 27-26 L 21-64

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2011

Overall: 5-6 Big Sky: 5-3, t3rd Date Opponent 09-03 at Wyoming 09-10 at Utah State 09-17 * #20 Sacramento State 09-24 * at Northern Colorado 10-01 * at Eastern Washington 10-15 * Idaho State 10-22 Southern Utah 10-29 * at #11 Montana 11-05 * #2 Montana State 11-12 * Northern Arizona 11-19 * at #25 Portland State

Result L 32-35 L 17-54 W 49-17 W 45-21 L 21-27 W 39-12 L 28-35 L 10-45 L 24-44 W 34-31 W 48-33

JODY SEARS 2-9 / 2-6 BSC 1 season 2012

Overall: 2-9 Big Sky: 2-6, t11th Date Opponent 09-01 at Fresno State 09-08 at BYU 09-15 #19 McNeese State 09-22 * #9 Eastern Washington 09-29 * at UC Davis 10-05 * #20 Cal Poly 10-13 * at Sacramento State 10-20 * at Southern Utah 11-03 * Montana 11-10 * Northern Colorado 11-17 * at Idaho State

Result L 10-37 L 13-45 L 21-35 L 26-32 L 13-37 L 23-45 L 14-19 W 24-22 L 21-24 L 34-42 W 40-14

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RECORD AGAINST ALL-TIME OPPONENTS Last Opponents Game Won Lost Tie HOMECOMING GAME RESULTS Adams State 1986 1 0 0 (23-28) Air Force 1991 0 1 0 Arkansas 2001 0 1 0 Augustana (S.D.) 1981 1 0 0 1962 - College of Idaho 27-14 W Bemidji State 1977 1 0 0 1963 - Montana State 8-26 L Boise State 2007 7 23 0 Boston College 2010 0 1 0 1964 - Idaho State 0-31 L Brigham Young 2012 0 3 0 1965 - Whitworth 44-13 W CAL POLY 2012 5 4 0 1966 - Idaho State 16-7 W Cal St.-Fullerton 1974 2 0 0 Cal St.-Long Beach 1987 0 2 0 1967 - Idaho 28-17 W Cal St.-Los Angeles 1967 2 0 0 1968 - Idaho State 23-16 W Cal St. Northridge 2000 4 6 0 1969 - Northern Arizona 21-19 L Cal St.-San Diego 1967 0 2 0 Central Michigan 1995 0 1 0 College of Idaho 1962 1 0 0 1970 - Montana State 56-13 W Colorado State 2008 0 3 0 1971 - Montana 14-13 L Dixie State 2008 1 0 0 1972 - UNLV 30-0 W Drake 1970 0 1 0 Eastern Michigan 1974 1 1 0 1973 - Montana 10-0 L Eastern Montana 1965 4 0 0 1974 - Idaho State 10-8 L Eastern Oregon 2002 3 0 0 1975 - Utah State 30-7 L EASTERN WASHINGTON 2012 14 17 0 Fresno State 2012 0 4 0 1976 - Idaho State 34-7 W Fort Lewis 2007 2 0 0 1977 - Utah State 23-7 L Hawaii 2008 0 1 0 1978 - Idaho State 34-12 W Humboldt State 1998 1 0 0 Idaho 1995 13 19 1 1979 - Boise State 23-7 L IDAHO STATE 2012 38 14 0 Marshall 1987 0 1 0 1980 - Utah State 50-13 L MCNEESE STATE 2012 1 2 0 MONTANA 2012 13 39 0 1981 - Boise State 33-19 L MONTANA STATE 2011 21 27 1 1982 - Idaho State 26-7 W Montana Tech 2003 3 0 0 1983 - Idaho 28-10 W Montana Western 2008 3 0 0 Nevada 1993 6 9 0 1984 - Nevada 35-21 L New Mexico Highlands 1992 *2 0 0 1985 - Idaho 31-28 L New Mexico State 1992 0 1 0 1986 - Idaho State 63-33 W Nicholls State 1988 0 2 0 Northeast Louisiana 1994 0 1 0 1987 - Idaho 41-38 L Northern Arizona 2011 *26 22 0 1988 - Montana 41-14 L Northern Colorado 2012 6 1 0 1989 - Eastern Washington 27-20 L Northern Iowa 1991 1 2 0 Northern Michigan 1972 1 1 0 North Dakota State 2005 0 4 0 1990 - Nevada 28-7 L North Texas 1971 1 1 0 1991 - Idaho 45-17 W Oregon Tech 1963 2 0 0 Pacific 1985 0 1 0 1992 - Montana 24-7 W Parsons College (Iowa) 1970 2 1 0 1993 - Boise State 21-14 W PORTLAND STATE 2011 20 12 0 1994 - Montana 35-20 L Puget Sound 1981 1 0 0 SACRAMENTO STATE 2012 11 6 0 1995 - Boise State 41-14 L Saint Mary’s 2003 2 0 0 1996 - Cal State Northridge 35-28 L Sonoma State 1993 1 0 0 1997 - Portland State 16-7 W South Dakota 1970 0 0 1 South Dakota State 1976 3 0 0 1998 - Montana 27-20 W Southwest State (Minn.) 1989 2 0 0 1999 - Southern Utah 39-7 L Southern Colorado 1964 2 0 0 Southern Mississippi 1975 0 2 0 2000 - Eastern Washington 27-24 L(ot) Southern Oregon 1963 1 1 0 SOUTHERN UTAH 2012 14 4 0 2001 - Northern Arizona 32-42 L Texas Tech 2010 0 1 0 2002 - Montana 7-39 L Toledo 2000 0 2 0 2003 - Idaho State 38-21 W UC Davis 2012 1 2 0 UNLV 1989 2 5 0 2004 - Eastern Washington 7-51 L UTAH 2008 0 3 0 UTAH STATE 2011 1 12 0 2005 - Sacramento State 26-14 W 2006 - Portland State 10-20 L UTEP 2004 0 3 0 Western Illinois 1976 0 2 0 2007 - Montana State 5-21 L Western Michigan 1995 0 1 0 2008 - Dixie State 44-7 W Western New Mexico 2000 1 1 0 2009 - Sacramento State 49-10 W Western State 2005 11 3 0 Whitworth College 1965 1 0 0 2010 - UC Davis 20-9 W William & Mary 2010 0 1 0 2011 - Idaho State 39-12 W 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL Wisconsin-Oshkosh 1970 1 0 0 2012 - Eastern Washington 26-32 L Wyoming 2011 0 4 0 51-SEASON TOTAL 264 284 3

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SERIES HISTORY VS. ALL OPPONENTS ADAMS STATE

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 09-13-86..... Ogden................ W....55-21

AIR FORCE

Overall: 0-1 In Colorado Springs: 0-1 08-31-91..... Col. Springs....... L...... 31-48

ARKANSAS

Overall: 0-1 In Fayetteville: 0-1 10-06-01..... Fayetteville......... L......19-42

AUGUSTANA (S.D.)

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 11-07-81..... Ogden................ W....27-7

BEMIDJI STATE

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 10-22-77..... Ogden................ W....31-28

BOISE STATE

Overall: 7-23 In Ogden: 5-9 In Boise: 2-14 10-05-68..... Ogden................ W....44-3 11-14-70..... Boise................. W....41-7 10-02-71..... Ogden................ W....20-7 09-30-72..... Boise.................. L......16-49 10-06-73..... Ogden................ L......7-34 11-02-74..... Boise.................. L......14-42 09-27-75..... Ogden................ L......13-28 11-27-76..... Boise.................. L......31-56 09-10-77..... Ogden................ L......9-19 10-21-78..... Boise.................. L......13-14 10-27-79..... Ogden................ L......7-23 10-25-80..... Boise.................. L......0-24 10-24-81..... Ogden................ L......19-33 10-23-82..... Boise.................. L......21-41 10-29-83..... Ogden................ L......27-38 11-10-84..... Boise................. W....23-21 10-26-85..... Ogden................ L......21-24 10-18-86..... Boise.................. L......13-23 09-26-87..... Ogden................ W....55-44 10-01-88..... Boise.................. L......27-31 09-30-89..... Ogden................ L......24-41 09-08-90..... Boise.................. L......14-24 11-16-91..... Ogden................ W....35-32 10-17-92..... Boise.................. L......21-24 10-16-93..... Ogden................ W....21-14 10-08-94..... Boise.................. L......17-24 10-14-95..... Ogden................ L......14-40 09-20-97..... Boise.................. L......7-24 10-17-98..... Boise.................. L......13-24 08-30-07..... Boise.................. L......7-56

BOSTON COLLEGE

Overall: 0-1 In Boston: 0-1 09-04-10..... Boston................ L......20-38

BRIGHAM YOUNG

Overall: 0-3 In Provo: 0-3 11-17-73..... Provo.................. L......14-45 09-15-79..... Provo.................. L......3-48 09-08-12..... Provo.................. L......13-45

CAL POLY

Overall: 5-4 In Ogden: 3-2 San Luis Obispo: 2-2 09-23-95..... Ogden................ W....53-43 09-21-96..... San Luis Obispo.. W....30-20 11-03-01..... Ogden................ W...... 43-40(4ot) 11-23-02..... San Luis Obispo.L......26-28 09-09-06..... Ogden................ L......0-17 09-15-07..... San Luis Obispo.L......19-47 11-29-08..... San Luis Obispo.. W....49-35 11-21-09..... Ogden................. W....49-14 11-05-12..... Ogden................ L......23-45

CAL STATE

FULLERTON

Overall: 2-0 In Ogden: 1-0 In Fullerton: 1-0 09-29-73..... Ogden................ W....16-14 09-28-74..... Fullerton............ W....31-21

CAL STATE LOS ANGELES

Overall: 2-0 In Ogden: 2-0 10-01-66..... Ogden................ W....70-7 10-07-67..... Ogden................ W....13-3

CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE

Overall: 4-6 In Ogden: 3-3 In Northridge: 1-3 11-16-68..... Ogden................ L......18-29 11-27-71..... Northridge......... W....44-7 09-21-74..... Ogden................ W....28-0 11-01-75..... Northridge.......... L......10-17 09-11-93..... Ogden................ W....27-12 10-12-96..... Ogden................ L......28-35 10-11-97..... Northridge.......... L......20-30 10-31-98..... Ogden................ L......10-26 10-30-99..... Northridge.......... L......28-30 10-05-00..... Ogden................ W....31-14

CAL STATE SAN DIEGO

Overall: 0-2 In Ogden: 0-1 In San Diego: 0-1 09-24-66..... Ogden................ L......34-36 09-23-67..... San Diego.......... L......12-58

CENTRAL MICHIGAN

Overall: 0-1 In Mt. Pleasant: 0-1 09-09-95..... Mount Pleasant.. L......31-39

COLLEGE OF IDAHO

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 10-27-62..... Ogden................ W....27-14

COLORADO STATE

Overall: 0-3 In Fort Collins: 0-3 09-13-03..... Fort Collins......... L......7-31 09-02-06..... Fort Collins......... L......6-30 09-12-09..... Fort Collins......... L......23-24

DIXIE STATE

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 09-13-08..... Ogden................ W..... 44-7

DRAKE

Overall: 0-1 In Ogden: 0-1 09-19-70..... Ogden................ L......19-36

EASTERN MICHIGAN

Overall: 1-1 In Ogden: 1-0 In Ypsilanti: 0-1 11-22-73..... Ypsilanti.............. L......7-44 11-16-74..... Ogden................ W....21-14

EASTERN OREGON

Overall: 3-0 In Ogden: 2-0 In La Grande: 1-0 11-03-62..... La Grande......... W....34-0 10-26-63..... Ogden................ W....48-7 09-21-02..... Ogden................ W....56-7

EASTERN WASHINGTON

Overall: 14-17 In Ogden: 8-7 In Cheney: 5-8 09-20-69..... Ogden................ W....52-6 09-11-82..... Ogden................ W....27-24 09-24-83..... Cheney.............. W....21-17 09-14-85..... Ogden................ L......19-31 11-01-86..... Spokane (Albi)... L......31-41 11-07-87..... Ogden................ W....46-23 11-05-88..... Spokane (Albi).. W....51-30 11-04-89..... Ogden................ L......10-27 10-06-90..... Cheney.............. W....36-34 09-28-91..... Ogden................ W....63-59 10-03-92..... Cheney............... L......14-32 10-02-93..... Ogden................ L......22-36 09-24-94..... Cheney............... L......6-24 09-30-95..... Ogden................ W....40-30 09-07-96..... Ogden................ W....22-20 09-27-97..... Cheney............... L......11-35 11-14-98..... Ogden................ W....27-23 11-13-99..... Spokane (Albi)... L......27-30 09-23-00..... Ogden................ L......24-27(OT) 09-22-01..... Cheney............... L......26-50 11-02-02..... Ogden................ L......20-38 09-27-03..... Cheney.............. W....35-23 10-23-04..... Ogden................ L......7-51 10-22-05..... Cheney.............. W....28-23 11-04-06..... Ogden................ W....19-14 11-17-07..... Cheney............... L......16-38 11-22-08..... Ogden................ L......26-33 10-10-09..... Cheney.............. W....31-13 10-02-10..... Ogden................ L......24-35 10-01-11..... Cheney............... L......21-27 09-22-12..... Ogden................ L......26-32

FORT LEWIS

Overall: 2-0 In Ogden: 2-0 09-08-84..... Ogden................ W....44-0 11-10-07..... Ogden................ W....48-3

FRESNO STATE

Overall: 0-4 InFresno: 0-4 09-16-78..... Fresno................ L......14-55 09-25-82..... Fresno................ L......9-25 09-10-05..... Fresno................ L......17-55 09-01-12..... Fresno................ L......10-37

HAWAII

Overall: 0-1 In Honolulu: 0-1 09-06-08..... Honolulu............. L......17-36

HUMBOLDT STATE

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 09-12-98..... Ogden................ W....41-12

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IDAHO

Overall: 13-18-1 In Ogden: 10-5-1 In Moscow: 3-13 11-06-65..... Ogden................ W....14-7 11-19-66..... Moscow.............. L......12-42 11-04-67..... Ogden................ W....28-17 11-02-68..... Moscow.............. L......42-50 11-08-69..... Ogden................ W....28-7 11-07-70..... @Pullman, WA... L......17-27 11-06-71..... Ogden................ L......20-24 09-23-72..... Ogden................ W....26-10 10-20-73..... Moscow.............. L......13-17 11-09-74..... Moscow.............. L......13-38 11-08-75..... Ogden................ T......40-40 10-16-76..... Moscow.............. L......17-45 10-29-77..... Ogden................ W....30-27 10-28-78..... Moscow............. W....51-6 11-10-79..... Ogden................ W....12-7 11-01-80..... Moscow.............. L......6-31 09-12-81..... Ogden................ W....42-21 10-02-82..... Moscow.............. L......34-35 10-15-83..... Ogden................ W....28-10 10-13-84..... Moscow............. W....40-37 10-12-85..... Ogden................ L......28-31 11-15-86..... Moscow.............. L......17-31 10-31-87..... Ogden................ L......38-41 11-28-87..... Moscow............. W....59-30 10-22-88..... Moscow.............. L......24-27 09-23-89..... Ogden................ L......33-46 09-22-90..... Moscow.............. L......27-37 10-12-91..... Ogden................ W....45-17 09-19-92..... Moscow.............. L......24-52 09-18-93..... Ogden................ L......0-56 11-12-94..... Moscow.............. L......30-79 10-28-95..... Ogden................ W....25-19

IDAHO STATE

Overall: 38-14 In Ogden: 19-5 In Pocatello: 19-9 10-20-62..... Pocatello............ L......20-42 11-09-63..... Pocatello............ L......26-36 10-24-64..... Ogden................ L......0-31 10-23-65..... Pocatello........... W....28-17 10-29-66..... Ogden................ W....16-7 10-28-67..... Pocatello........... W....19-7 10-26-68..... Ogden................ W....23-16 10-25-69..... Pocatello........... W....28-25 10-24-70..... Ogden................ L......14-30 11-20-71..... Pocatello........... W....28-21 11-04-72..... Ogden................ L......7-49 10-27-73..... Pocatello........... W....38-23 10-26-74..... Ogden................ L......8-10 10-25-75..... Pocatello............ L......3-20 10-23-76..... Ogden................ W....34-7 11-12-77..... Pocatello............ L......18-21 11-04-78..... Ogden................ W....34-12 11-03-79..... Pocatello........... W....14-10 09-20-80..... Ogden................ W....21-17 11-03-80..... Pocatello............ L......5-46 11-21-81..... Pocatello............ L......30-33 (3ot) 10-30-82..... Ogden................ W....26-7 11-12-83..... Pocatello............ L......32-38 11-03-84..... Ogden................ L......22-26 11-16-85..... Pocatello........... W....46-45 10-25-86..... Ogden................ W....60-33 11-21-87..... Pocatello........... W....53-37 10-08-88..... Ogden................ W....34-13 11-18-89..... Pocatello........... W....45-35 09-15-90..... Ogden................ W....45-38 (2ot) 11-23-91..... Pocatello........... W....60-41 10-24-92..... Ogden................ W....27-11 11-13-93..... Pocatello........... W....21-17 11-05-94..... Ogden................ W....40-6 11-18-95..... Pocatello............ L......25-35

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SERIES HISTORY VS. ALL OPPONENTS 11-23-96..... Pocatello........... W....37-22 11-22-97..... Ogden................ W....26-7 09-19-98..... Pocatello........... W....6-3 09-18-99..... Ogden................ W....27-24 10-28-00..... Pocatello........... W....16-13 10-27-01..... Ogden................ W....42-17 10-26-02..... Pocatello............ L......0-34 10-25-03..... Ogden................ W....38-21 10-30-04..... Pocatello........... W....26-14 10-29-05..... Ogden................ W....30-21 11-18-06..... Pocatello........... W....30-27 11-03-07..... Ogden................ W....52-37 11-08-08..... Pocatello........... W....59-27 09-19-09..... Ogden................ W....44-17 10-16-10..... Pocatello........... W....16-13 10-15-11..... Ogden................ W....39-12 11-17-12..... Pocatello........... W....40-14

LONG BEACH STATE

Overall: 0-2 In Long Beach: 0-2 09-11-76..... Long Beach........ L......7-19 09-12-87..... Long Beach........ L......7-30

MARSHALL

Overall: 0-1 In Huntington: 0-1 12-05-87..... Huntington.......... L......23-51

McNEESE STATE

Overall: 1-2 In Ogden: 0-2 In Lake Charles: 1-0 11-17-90..... Lake Charles..... W....27-7 11-21-92..... Ogden................ L......22-23 09-15-12..... Ogden................ L......21-35

MONTANA

Overall: 13-39 In Ogden: 7-18 In Missoula: 6-21 10-13-62..... Missoula............. L......6-25 11-02-63..... Ogden................ W....19-13 10-17-64..... Missoula............. L......12-20 10-09-65..... Ogden................ L......14-15 10-08-66..... Missoula............ W....28-0 09-30-67..... Ogden................ L......12-13 11-09-68..... Missoula............ W....20-16 10-04-69..... Ogden................ L......17-20 10-03-70..... Missoula............. L......29-38 10-30-71..... Ogden................ L......13-14 10-07-72..... Missoula............. L......7-12 11-10-73..... Ogden................ L......0-10 10-05-74..... Missoula............. L......13-24 10-04-75..... Ogden................ L......12-48 10-02-76..... Missoula............. L......25-28 10-01-77..... Missoula............ W....31-23 09-30-78..... Ogden................ L......7-27 09-29-79..... Missoula............. L......16-23 10-11-80..... Ogden................ W....38-21 11-14-81..... Missoula............ W....7-6 11-13-82..... Ogden................ L......20-42 10-08-83..... Missoula............. L......26-28 09-29-84..... Ogden................ W....47-14 11-02-85..... Missoula............ W....57-29 11-08-86..... Ogden................ L......29-55 10-24-87..... Missoula............ W....29-26 10-29-88..... Ogden................ L......14-41 10-07-89..... Missoula............. L......6-31 10-13-90..... Ogden................ L......37-39 10-19-91..... Missoula............. L......38-47 10-10-92..... Ogden................ W....24-7 10-09-93..... Missoula............. L......17-45 2011 WEBER STATE 10-22-94..... Ogden................ L......20-35 10-07-95..... Missoula............. L......22-49

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11-16-96..... Ogden................ L......10-24 11-15-97..... Missoula............. L......13-38 09-26-98..... Ogden................ W....27-20 09-25-99..... Missoula............. L......22-81 11-11-00...... Ogden................ L......28-30 11-10-01..... Missoula............. L......23-38 10-12-02..... Ogden................ L......7-39 10-11-03..... Missoula............. L......7-12 10-02-04..... Ogden................ L......21-41 10-01-05..... Missoula............. L......19-24 10-21-06..... Ogden................ L......30-33 09-29-07..... Missoula............. L......10-18 10-04-08..... Ogden................ W....45-28 12-06-08..... Missoula............. L......13-24 10-31-09..... Missoula............. L......10-31 10-30-10..... Ogden................ W....30-21 10-29-11..... Missoula............. L......10-45 11-03-12..... Ogden................ L......21-24

MONTANA STATE

Overall: 20-28-1 In Ogden: 11-14 In Bozeman: 9-14-1 11-02-63..... Ogden................ L......8-26 10-17-64..... Ogden................ L......0-24 10-09-65..... Ogden................ W....19-16 10-22-66..... Bozeman............ L......36-45 09-30-67..... Bozeman............ L......6-21 11-09-68..... Ogden................ W....20-14 10-04-69..... Bozeman........... W....20-14 10-03-70..... Ogden................ W....56-13 10-30-71..... Bozeman............ T......21-21 10-07-72..... Ogden................ L......3-9 11-10-73..... Bozeman............ L......0-33 10-05-74..... Ogden................ W....28-10 10-04-75..... Bozeman............ L......14-31 10-02-76..... Ogden................ L......0-44 10-08-77..... Bozeman............ L......24-27 09-30-78..... Ogden................ L......14-21 09-29-79..... Bozeman............ L......21-40 10-11-80..... Ogden................ W....12-7 11-14-81..... Bozeman........... W....28-20 11-13-82..... Ogden................ L......20-23 10-08-83..... Bozeman........... W....23-20 10-06-84..... Ogden................ L......0-48 10-05-85..... Bozeman........... W....50-36 10-11-86..... Ogden................ W....24-3 10-17-87..... Bozeman........... W....35-32 11-12-88..... Ogden................ W....59-35 10-28-89..... Bozeman............ L......27-31 09-29-90..... Ogden................ W....32-20 10-05-91..... Bozeman........... W....36-25 09-26-92..... Ogden................ W....47-19 09-25-93..... Bozeman............ L......10-14 09-17-94..... Ogden................ W....41-13 10-21-95..... Bozeman........... W....14-7 11-02-96..... Ogden................ W....17-7 11-01-97..... Bozeman............ L......14-28 10-10-98..... Ogden................ L......7-10 10-09-99..... Bozeman............ L......6-29 09-16-00..... Bozeman........... W....28-7 09-08-01..... Ogden................ L......17-32 10-19-02..... Bozeman............ L......10-44 10-18-03..... Ogden................ L......3-26 10-09-04..... Bozeman............ L......17-20 10-08-05..... Ogden................ L......24-27 10-28-06..... Bozeman............ L......18-24 09-22-07..... Ogden................ L......5-21 10-11-08..... Bozeman........... W....35-12 10-03-09..... Ogden................ L......21-26 11-06-10..... Bozeman............ L......10-24 11-05-11...... Ogden................ L......24-44

FOOTBALL

MONTANA TECH

Overall: 3-0 In Ogden: 3-0 09-10-94..... Ogden................ W..... 47-7 09-03-98..... Ogden................ W....38-7 09-20-03..... Ogden................ W....49-14

MONTANA WESTERN

Overall: 3-0 In Ogden: 3-0 09-22-62..... Ogden................ W..... 28-0 09-03-94..... Ogden................ W....30-12 08-28-08..... Ogden................ W....62-6

NEVADA

Overall: 6-9 In Ogden: 3-3 In Reno: 3-6 10-20-79..... Reno.................. L......3-22 09-27-80..... Ogden................ W....10-0 10-19-81..... Reno.................. L......14-28 11-06-82..... Ogden................ W....46-43 (3ot) 10-22-83..... Reno.................. L......3-41 10-27-84..... Ogden................ L......21-35 10-19-85..... Reno.................. L......12-47 10-04-86..... Ogden................ L......24-38 11-14-87..... Reno.................. W....38-15 10-15-88..... Ogden................ W....37-31 10-21-89..... Reno.................. L......15-47 10-27-90..... Ogden................ L......7-28 11-02-91..... Reno.................. L......49-55 10-31-92..... Reno.................. W....23-31 10-23-93..... Reno.................. W....47-30

NEW MEXICO

Overall: 0-1 In Albuquerque: 0-1 08-31-02..... Albuquerque....... L......23-38

NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS

Overall: 2-0 In Ogden: 1-0 In Las Vegas, NM: 1-0 11-18-72..... Las Vegas, NM.. W.....2-0(f) 11-09-91..... Ogden................ W....62-7

NEW MEXICO STATE

Overall: 0-1 In Las Cruces: 0-1 09-05-92..... Las Cruces......... L......21-37

NICHOLLS STATE

Overall: 0-2 In Ogden: 0-1 In Thibodaux: 0-1 11-22-86..... Thibodaux.......... L......30-34 09-17-88..... Ogden................ L......23-38

NORTHEAST LOUISIANA

Overall: 0-1 In Monroe: 0-1 10-01-94..... Monroe............... L......37-62

NORTHERN ARIZONA

Overall: 26-22 In Ogden: 17-6 In Flagstaff: 8-16 09-19-64..... Flagstaff............. L......6-41 09-18-65..... Ogden................ W....21-14 09-17-66..... Flagstaff............ W....32-14 09-16-67..... Ogden................ W....29-28 09-28-68..... Flagstaff............ W....21-14 11-01-69..... Ogden................ L......19-21 10-31-70..... Flagstaff............ W....38-6

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09-25-71..... Ogden................ W....23-7 10-21-72..... Flagstaff............ W....28-7 09-22-73..... Ogden................ W....25-13 10-19-74..... Flagstaff............. L......20-21 11-22-75..... Ogden................ W....19-8 11-20-76..... Flagstaff............. L......18-30 09-24-77..... Ogden................ L......10-36 11-18-78..... Flagstaff............. L......0-10 10-13-79..... Ogden................ W....34-10 10-18-80..... Flagstaff............. L......7-32 10-31-81..... Ogden................ W....24-23 (ot) 11-20-82..... Flagstaff............. L......28-35 09-17-83..... Ogden................ W....26-13 09-15-84..... Flagstaff............. L......21-42 11-09-85..... Ogden................ W....37-10 09-20-86..... Flagstaff............. L......24-45 10-10-87..... Ogden................ W....30-17 11-19-88..... Flagstaff............. L......21-27 09-16-89..... Ogden................ L......17-20 11-10-90..... Flagstaff............. L......35-38 09-14-91..... Ogden................ W....43-38 11-07-92..... Flagstaff............ W....25-19 11-06-93..... Ogden................ W....67-28 10-29-94..... Flagstaff............. L......20-24 11-11-95..... Ogden................ W....20-14 10-05-96..... Flagstaff............. L......45-59 10-04-97..... Ogden................ W....36-23 11-07-98..... Flagstaff............. L......17-20 *11-06-99... Ogden................ L......19-36 10-14-00..... Flagstaff............ W....12-10 10-13-01..... Ogden................ L......32-42 10-05-02..... Flagstaff............. L......21-26 10-04-03..... Ogden................ L......29-48 09-25-04..... Flagstaff............. L......27-55 09-24-05..... Ogden................ W....31-23 11-11-06...... Flagstaff............. L......17-42 10-20-07..... Ogden................ L......20-29 10-25-08..... Flagstaff............ W....42-14 11-14-09..... Ogden................ W....27-9 11-13-10..... Flagstaff............ W....27-26 11-12-11..... Ogden................ W....34-31 *Forfeited to Weber State

NORTHERN COLORADO

Overall: 6-1 In Ogden: 3-1 In Greeley: 3-0 09-28-06..... Ogden................ W....26-21 10-13-07..... Greeley.............. W....23-0 10-18-08..... Ogden................ W....17-10 10-24-09..... Greeley.............. W....28-20 09-11-10..... Ogden................ W....50-47(4ot) 09-24-11..... Greeley.............. W....45-21 11-10-12..... Ogden................ L......34-42

NORTHERN IOWA

Overall: 1-2 In Ogden: 1-0 In Cedar Falls: 0-2-0 09-23-78..... Ogden................ W....35-9 09-13-80..... Cedar Falls......... L......10-31 11-30-91..... Cedar Falls......... L......21-38

NORTHERN MICHIGAN

Overall: 1-1 In Ogden: 1-1 09-27-69..... Ogden................ L......3-24 11-11-72..... Ogden................ W....30-18

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SERIES HISTORY VS. ALL OPPONENTS NORTH DAKOTA STATE

Overall: 0-4 In Ogden: 0-2 In Fargo: 0-2 09-09-78..... Ogden................ L......29-48 09-08-79..... Fargo.................. L......10-11 11-06-04..... Ogden................ L......17-31 09-17-05..... Fargo.................. L......0-41

NORTH TEXAS

Overall: 1-1 In Ogden: 1-0 In Denton: 0-1 10-11-69..... Denton............... L......13-35 09-18-71..... Ogden................ W....20-0

OREGON TECH

Overall: 2-0 In Ogden: 1-0 In Klamath Falls: 1-0 10-06-62..... Ogden................ W....29-13 09-28-63..... Klamath Falls.... W....29-7

SACRAMENTO STATE

Overall: 11-6 In Ogden: 8-0 In Sacramento: 3-6 11-09-96..... Sacramento...... W....41-31 11-08-97..... Ogden................ W....52-14 10-03-98..... Sacramento...... W....27-14 10-02-99..... Ogden................ W....52-49 09-30-00..... Sacramento........ L......7-35 09-29-01..... Ogden................ W....38-31 11-16-02..... Sacramento........ L......38-41 11-15-03..... Ogden................ W....26-14 10-16-04..... Sacramento........ L......12-31 10-15-05..... Ogden................ W....26-14 10-07-06..... Sacramento........ L......21-24 10-06-07..... Ogden................ W....26-7 09-20-08..... Sacramento...... W....32-27 10-17-09..... Ogden................ W....49-10 09-18-10..... Sacramento........ L......17-24 09-17-11..... Ogden................ W....49-17 10-13-12..... Sacramento........ L......14-19

Overall: 2-0 In Ogden: 1-0 In Moraga: 1-0 09-16-95..... Ogden................ W....49-14 11-22-03..... Moraga.............. W....35-15

SONOMA STATE

TEXAS TECH

PACIFIC

Overall: 0-1 In Stockton: 0-1 11-23-85..... Stockton............. L......34-36

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 09-04-93..... Ogden................ W....40-28

PARSONS COLLEGE (Iowa)

Overall: 2-1 In Ogden: 1-1 In Fairfield: 1-0 10-14-67..... Ogden................ L......14-31 11-15-69..... Fairfield............. W....16-6 09-26-70..... Ogden................ W....28-3

PORTLAND STATE

Overall: 20-12 In Ogden: 12-4 In Portland: 8-8 11-21-64..... Portland.............. L......10-18 11-13-65..... Ogden................ W....74-6 11-12-66..... Portland............ W....51-6 11-11-67..... Ogden................ W....40-21 10-12-68..... Portland............ W....28-12 10-10-70..... Portland.............. L......14-46 10-09-71..... Ogden................ W....54-26 09-17-77..... Ogden................ W....40-22 09-22-79..... Ogden................ L......13-16 11-22-80..... Portland.............. L......0-75 09-26-81..... Ogden................ W....31-16 10-16-82..... Portland............ W....20-6 11-05-83..... Ogden................ W....37-13 09-22-84..... Portland.............. L......24-27 09-21-85..... Ogden................ W....45-24 09-27-86..... Portland.............. L......22-27 10-19-96..... Portland............ W....35-10 10-18-97..... Ogden................ W....16-7 10-24-98..... Portland.............. L......27-34 10-23-99..... Ogden................ L......14-31 10-21-00..... Ogden................ W....41-9 10-20-01..... Portland.............. L......43-65 11-09-02..... Ogden................ W....20-14 11-08-03..... Portland............ W....45-21 11-13-04..... Ogden................ L......15-34 11-12-05..... Portland.............. L......14-39 09-23-06..... Ogden................ L......10-20 11-03-07..... Portland............ W....73-68 11-01-08..... Ogden................ W....31-21 09-26-09..... Portland............ W....36-29 10-23-10..... Ogden................ W....44-41 11-19-11..... Portland............ W....48-33

PUGET SOUND

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 10-10-81..... Ogden................ W....31-10

09-24-88..... Ogden................ W....49-30 10-14-89..... Ogden................ W....42-7 09-01-90..... Cedar City......... W....37-21 09-07-91..... Ogden................ W....33-14 09-12-92..... Ogden................ W....35-24 10-30-93..... Ogden................ W....43-39 10-15-94..... Cedar City......... W....20-14 09-13-97..... Ogden................ W....33-32 10-16-99..... Ogden................ L......7-39 09-01-01..... Cedar City.......... L......21-28 09-06-03..... Ogden................ W....13-3 09-04-04..... Ogden................ L......31-34 11-19-05..... Cedar City......... W....27-10 10-22-11..... Ogden................ L......28-35 10-20-12..... Cedar City.......... W....24-22

SOUTH DAKOTA

Overall: 0-0-1 In Ogden: 0-0-1 11-21-70..... Ogden................ T......21-21 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Overall: 3-0 In Ogden: 2-0 In Brookings: 1-0-0 09-14-68..... Brookings......... W....27-12 09-13-69..... Ogden................ W....28-13 11-13-76..... Ogden................ W....52-19

SOUTHWEST STATE (Minn.)

Overall: 2-0 In Ogden: 2-0 09-03-83..... Ogden................ W....33-21 11-11-89..... Ogden................ W....55-0

ST. MARY’S

Overall: 0-1 In Lubbock: 1-1 11-20-10..... Lubbock............. L......21-64

TOLEDO

Overall: 0-2 In Toledo: 0-2-0 09-28-96..... Toledo................ L......24-31 09-09-00..... Toledo................ L......0-51

UC DAVIS

Overall: 1-2 In Ogden: 1-1 In Davis: 0-1 09-18-04..... Ogden................ L......29-31 09-25-10..... Ogden................ W....20-9 09-29-12..... Davis.................. L......13-37

UNLV

Overall: 2-0 In Ogden: 1-0 In Pueblo: 1-0 10-05-63..... Pueblo............... W....28-14 10-03-64..... Ogden................ W....19-14

Ovearll: 2-5 In Ogden: 1-2 In Las Vegas: 1-3 10-23-71..... Las Vegas......... W....30-17 10-28-72..... Ogden................ W....30-0 09-14-74..... Ogden................ L......10-28 11-15-75..... Las Vegas.......... L......14-38 09-25-76..... Ogden................ L......16-33 10-15-77..... Las Vegas.......... L......13-26 09-09-89..... Las Vegas.......... L......12-16

SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI

UTAH

SOUTHERN COLORADO

Overall: 0-2 In Ogden: 0-1 In Hattiesburg: 0-1 11-03-73..... Hattiesburg......... L......7-28 09-13-75..... Ogden................ L......10-14

Overall: 0-3 In Salt Lake City: 0-3 10-14-78..... Salt Lake City..... L......7-30 09-01-84..... Salt Lake City..... L......7-51 09-27-08..... Salt Lake City..... L......21-37

SOUTHERN OREGON

UTAH STATE

.

Overall: 1-1 In Ogden: 1-0 In Ashland: 0-1 11-17-62..... Ashland.............. L......7-26 09-21-63..... Ogden................ W....40-32

SOUTHERN UTAH

Overall: 14-3 In Ogden: 10-2 In Cedar City: 4-1 10-20-84..... Ogden................ W....29-10 09-07-85..... Ogden................ W....62-20 09-19-87..... Ogden................ W....36-26

Overall: 1-12 In Ogden: 0-5 In Logan: 1-7 11-23-72..... Logan................. L......16-20 09-15-73..... Ogden................ L......3-10 11-23-74..... Logan................. L......7-20 10-18-75..... Ogden................ L......7-30 11-06-76..... Logan................. L......10-36 11-05-77..... Ogden................ L......14-23 11-11-78..... Logan................ W....44-25 11-17-79..... Ogden................ L......10-34 11-08-80..... Ogden................ L......13-50 09-19-81..... Logan................. L......18-31

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09-18-82..... Logan................. L......10-31 11-17-01..... Logan................. L......43-56 09-10-11..... Logan................. L......17-54

UTEP

Overall: 0-3 In El Paso: 0-3 11-19-83..... El Paso............... L......34-40 09-10-88..... El Paso .............. L......21-48 09-11-04..... El Paso............... L......0-32

WESTERN ILLINOIS

Overall: 0-2 In Ogden: 0-1 In Macomb: 0-1 09-20-75..... Ogden................ L......10-19 09-18-76..... Macomb............. L......19-21

WESTERN MICHIGAN

Overall: 0-1 In Kalamazoo: 0-1 08-31-95..... Kalamazoo......... L......21-28

WESTERN NEW MEXICO

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 11-04-00..... Ogden................ W.... 41-10

WESTERN STATE

Overall: 11-3 In Ogden: 10-2 In Gunnison: 1-1-0 09-22-62..... Gunnison............ L......6-26 11-16-63..... Ogden................ L......6-19 10-31-64..... Ogden................ L......0-7 10-30-65..... Ogden................ L......14-7 11-05-66..... Gunnison.......... W....42-7 11-18-67..... Ogden................ W....20-0 09-05-87..... Ogden................ W....40-10 09-14-96..... Ogden................ W....36-3 09-06-97..... Ogden................ W....29-13 09-02-99..... Ogden................ W....33-3 08-31-00..... Ogden................ W....44-13 09-14-02..... Ogden................ W....44-0 08-30-03..... Ogden................ W....38-13 09-03-05..... Ogden................ W....61-0

WHITWORTH

Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0 10-16-65..... Ogden................ W....44-13

WILLIAM & MARY

Overall: 0-1 In Williamsburg: 0-1 11-28-10..... Williamsburg...... L......0-38

WISCONSIN - OSHKOSH Overall: 1-0 In Ogden: 1-0

09-12-70..... Ogden................ W....60-0

WYOMING

Overall: 0-4 In Laramie: 0-4 10-20-90..... Laramie.............. L......12-21 09-11-99..... Laramie.............. L......16-41 09-05-09..... Laramie.............. L......22-29 09-03-11..... Laramie.............. L......32-35

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WILDCATS IN THE PRO RANKS ALL-TIME WEBER STATE NFL DRAFT PICKS Year 1967 1967 1967 1967 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1968 1969 1969 1969 1970 1970 1970 1971 1971 1972 1972 1972 1973 1973 1973 1975 1977 1984 1989 1995 1998 1999 1999 2006 2006 2008 2009 2010

Player Ron McCall Lew Kamanu Tim Jones Bill Rogers Lew White Jim Schmedding Steve Holloway John Knight Steve Hanrahan Henry Owens Halvor Hagen Stuart Gotlieb Steve Smith Randy Montgomery Carter Campbell Russ Melby Henry Reed Bob Pollard Dave Taylor Randy McDougall Jamie Nunez Jon Knoble Richard Watkins Jerry Bond Dave Benson Rob Bockwoldt Sam Slater Jeff Carlson Tau Pupua Cam Quayle Scott Shields Anthony Parker Paul McQuistan Pat McQuistan David Hale J.D. Folsom Tim Toone

Round 2 4 6 16 1 6 8 9 9 11 3 10 14 7 8 10 10 11 9 12 13 5 13 15 14 8 7 4 5 7 2 4 3 7 4 7 7

Selection 40 88 141 403 17 154 196 228 246 290 74 258 351 167 191 248 252 262 231 292 329 125 314 375 359 218 189 102 136 241* 59 99 69 211 133 214 255*

Team San Diego Chargers Detroit Lions Detroit Lions Chicago Bears New York Jets Chicago Bears Denver Broncos Pittsburgh Steelers Cincinati Bengals New York Jets Dallas Cowboys Dallas Cowboys New York Giants Denver Broncos San Francisco 49ers Green Bay Packers New York Giants New Orleans Saints Kansas City Chiefs Denver Broncos Los Angeles Rams San Diego Chargers New Orleans Saints Los Angeles Rams Washington Redskins Los Angeles Rams Seattle Seahawks Los Angeles Rams Cleveland Browns Baltimore Ravens Pittsburgh Steelers San Francisco 49ers Oakland Raiders Dallas Cowboys Baltimore Ravens Miami Dolphins Detroit Lions

Lee White

Scott Shields

*Last pick of draft (Mr. Irrelevant)

Tim Toone

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WILDCATS IN THE PRO RANKS ALL-TIME CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE DRAFT PICKS Year Player Round Selection Team 1973 Terry Bolych Ex. --- Saskatchewan Roughriders 1974 Ken McEachern Ex. --- Saskatchewan Roughriders 1976 Bill Norton Ex. --- BC Lions 1979 Doug Battershill Ex. --- Calgary Stampeders 1980 Dale Getty Ex. --- Edmonton Eskimos 1983 Kevin Lapa 2 14 BC Lions 1985 Rick Ryan 1 7 BC Lions 1985 Wes Cooper 3 20 Calgary Stampeders 1988 Ray Goerke 8 57 Ottawa Renegades 1989 Gerald Wilcox 1 1 Ottawa Roughriders 1990 Brent Chuhaniuk 2 16 Sasatchewan Roughriders 1991 Geoff Mitchell 3 19 Ottawa Roughriders 1992 Bruce Covernton 1 1 Calgary Stampeders 1992 Tom Stackaruk 3 21 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1992 Rob Trebilcock 5 35 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 1993 Dwight Richards 2 10 Ottawa Renegades 1994 Trevor Shaw 1 6 BC Lions 1994 Pat McNerney 2 21 Edmonton Eskimos 1994 Ken Rayner 3 26 Calgary Stampeders 1994 Obie Spanic 4 31 Ottawa Renegades 1995 Rob Hitchcock 3 17 Hamilton Tiger-Cats 1997 Ian Franklin 1 3 Edmonton Eskimos 2000 Richard Clarke 2 11 Toronto Argonauts 2003 Randy Spencer 1 8 Edmonton Eskimos 2008 Dimitri Tsoumpas 1 2 Calgary Stampeders 2009 Eric Lee 5 36 Edmonton Eskimos 2011 Tyrell Francisco 5 36 Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Bruce Covernton

Dimitri Tsoumpas

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WILDCAT ALL-AMERICANS

The following Weber State football players were selections on the major All-America College Division Football Teams (Associated Press, United Press International, Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News, Newspaper Enterprise Association, Time Magazine, American Football Coaches Association, Kodak, The Sports Network, Football Gazette, Walter Camp, ESPN/Sportsticker and College Sporting News).

Year 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1976 1977 1978 1980 1981 1989 1990 1991 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 2000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2011

9292

BY YEAR

Player Sid Otten Bruce Handley Ron McCall Jim Schmeeding Lee White Roger Trinchero Carter Campbell Henry Reed Dave Taylor Rod Bockwoldt Dennis Duncanson Dennis Duncanson Dennis Duncanson Randy Jordan Mike Humiston Danny Rich Peter Macon Mike Babb Brent Chuhaniuk Jamie Martin Trevor Shaw Bruce Covernton Jamie Martin Alfred Pupunu Geoff Mitchell Rob Hitchcock Pat McNerney Rob Hitchcock Pokey Eckford Scott Shields Cam Quayle Scott Shields Cam Quayle Scott Shields Scott Shields Ryan Prince Brady Fosmark Nick Chournos Matt McFadden Brady Fosmark Joe Johnson Paul McQuistan Brady Fosmark David Hale David Hale Bryant Eteuati Trevyn Smith Trevyn Smith Tim Toone Paul Carpenter Beau Hadley Cameron Higgins Cody Nakamura Bryce Scanlon Kevin Linehan Marcus Mailei Josh Morris Josh Morris Kyle Mutcher Tim Toone Bo Bolen J.C. Oram Vai Tafuna STATE WEBER Joe Collins J.C. Oram

Pos. Team OT 2nd OG HM LB 1st OG 1st FB 1st LB HM DT 1st DT 1st OT 1st QB 2nd DB 2nd DB 1st DB 1st WR 1st LB 1st LB 1st TE 1st DB 2nd P 2nd QB 1st TE 2nd OT 1st QB 1st TE 1st RB HM DB 2nd TE 2nd DB 2nd WR 1st PK 2nd TE 1st PK 1st TE 1st P/K/DB 1st P/K/DB 1st TE 1st DE 2nd RB 3rd LB 3rd DE 1st K 1st OT 1st DE 2nd OT 2nd OT 2nd KR HM RB HM RB 2nd WR 2nd T 3rd S 3rd QB 3rd TE 3rd DT 3rd DE HM FB HM CB HM CB 1st C 1st WR 1st FB 2nd OG 2nd FB 2nd FOOTBALL WR 3rd OG 1st

Player Mike Babb Rod Bockwoldt Bo Bolen Carter Campbell Paul Carpenter Nick Chournos Brent Chuhaniuk Joe Collins Bruce Covernton Dennis Duncanson Pokey Eckford Bryant Eteuati Brady Fosmark Beau Hadley David Hale Bruce Handley Cameron Higgins Rob Hitchcock Mike Humiston Joe Johnson Randy Jordan Kevin Linehan Peter Macon Marcus Mailei Jamie Martin Ron McCall Matt McFadden Pat McNerney Paul McQuistan Geoff Mitchell Josh Morris Kyle Mutcher Cody Nakamura J.C. Oram Sid Otten Ryan Prince Alfred Pupunu Cam Quayle Danny Rich Henry Reed Bryce Scanlon Jim Schmeeding Trevor Shaw Scott Shields Trevyn Smith Vai Tafuna Dave Taylor Tim Toone Roger Trinchero Lee White

BY PLAYER

Year 89 76 09 69 08 03 89 10 91 76,77,78 95 07 03,04,05 08 06, 07 66 08 93, 94 80 04 78 08 89 08 90, 91 66 03 93 05 89 08, 09 09 08 10, 11 65 00 91 96, 97 81 70 08 67 90 95,96,97 07, 08 10 71 08, 09 68 67

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Pos. DB QB FB DT T RB P WR OT DB WR KR DE S OT OG QB DB LB K WR LB TE FB QB LB LB TE OT RB CB C TE OG OT TE TE TE LB DT DT OG TE PK RB FB OT WR LB FB

Team 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 1st 1st, 2nd 1st, 2nd HM 1st, 2nd 3rd 2nd HM 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st HM 1st HM 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 1st HM 1st, HM 1st 3rd 1st, 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st 2nd 1st, 2nd HM,2nd 2nd 1st 1st, 2nd HM 1st

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TOTAL OFFENSE

CAREER LEADERS NAME 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jamie Martin Cameron Higgins Jeff Carlson Tim Bernal Bryan Martin Dave Stireman Mike Hoke Trevyn Smith Ian Pizzaro Cole Cooper

PLAYS

RUSH PASS

1,837 80 12,207 1,681 -13 12,274 840 -268 6,147 1,076 -7 5,619 778 196 5,211 762 804 4,592 910 541 4,564 997 5,029 0 796 92 4,600 696 9 4,118

YARDS

TDs

93 105 49 42 43 43 35 52 30 33

1989-92 2007-10 1984-88 1981-83 1992-95 1984-85 2009-12 2006-09 2003-06 1999-00

YARDS

TDs

YEAR

12,287 12,261 5,879 5,612 5,407 5,396 5,105 5,029 4,692 4,127

YEARS

SEASON LEADERS

NAME

1. #Cameron Higgins

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

%Jamie Martin Dave Stireman Jamie Martin !Cameron Higgins Jamie Martin Jeff Carlson Bryan Martin Jeff Carlson Tyler Gladwell

# 14 games

!12 games

PLAYS

520 591 502 508 488 549 429 439 403 412

RUSH PASS

-77 212 512 13 -122 -72 -118 22 -150 -127

%11 games

4,477 4,125 3,247 3,700 3,326 3,207 3,044 2,799 2,968 2,733

4,400* 4,337 3,759 3,713 3,204 3,129 2,926 2,821 2,818 2,606

38 37 33 25 30 22 21 23 26 23

2008 1991 1985 1990 2009 1992 1987 1994 1988 2001

Jamie Martin

*Big Sky single-season record

GAME LEADERS NAME

PLAYS RUSH PASS YDS TDs OPPONENT 1. Jamie Martin 67 19 624 643 4 at Idaho State 1991 2. Bryan Martin 59 92 522 614 6 Cal Poly 1995 3. Dave Stireman 57 118 428 546 5 at Montana 1985 4. Jamie Martin 66 -8 547 539 5 Montana State 1992 5. #Brad Otton 48 -4 540 536 6 Northern Arizona 1993 6. Dave Stireman 53 69 442 511 5 at Idaho State 1985 7. Jamie Martin 53 -39 504 465 3 Montana 1990 8. Steve Buck 57 20 436 456 2 Northern Arizona 1997 9. Cameron Higgins 35 21 432 453 4 Idaho State 2007 10. Jeff Carlson 42 16 434 450 6 Southern Utah 1988 Jamie Martin 54 52 398 450 4 Idaho 1991 #NCAA Division I FCS Single Game Record for a Freshman

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TOTAL OFFENSE

HIGHEST WSU TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS YR. PLAYER RUSH PASS TOT. 2012 Mike Hoke 267 2,065 2,332 2011 Mike Hoke 130 2,210 2,210 2010 Cameron Higgins 14 2,512 2,526 2009 Cameron Higgins -122 3,326 3,204 2008 Cameron Higgins -77 4,477 4,400 2007 Cameron Higgins 172 1,959 2,131 2006 Ian Pizarro -5 1,197 1,192 2005 Ian Pizarro 56 2,357 2,413 2004 Ian Pizarro 41 1,038 1,079 2003 Nick Chournos 1,649 19 1,668 2002 Tate Bennett -21 2,228 2,207 2001 Tyler Gladwell -127 2,733 2,606 2000 Cole Cooper -85 2,289 2,204 1999 Cole Cooper 94 1,829 1,923 1998 Morgan Welch 1,629 0 1,629 1997 Steve Buck 113 2,393 2,506 1996 Roger Cook -80 3,207 3,127 1995 Bryan Martin 190 2,377 2,567 1994 Bryan Martin 22 2,799 2,821 1993 Brad Otton -65 2,307 2,242 1992 Jamie Martin -72 3,207 3,129 1991 Jamie Martin 212 4,125 4,337 1990 Jamie Martin 13 3,700 3,713 1989 Ryan Schmidt -194 1,896 1,702 1988 Jeff Carlson -150 2,968 2,818 1987 Jeff Carlson -118 3,044 2,926 1986 Phil Cooper -87 2,218 2,131 1985 Dave Stireman 512 3,247 3,759 1984 Dave Stireman 292 1,345 1,637 1983 Tim Bernal -65 2,738 2,673 1982 Tim Bernal 91 2,431 2,522 1981 Milt Myers 6 1,911 1,917 1980 Bill Tantillo -61 1,175 1,114 1979 Bill Kelly -97 1,178 1,081 1978 Morris Bledsoe -263 2,128 1,865 1977 Morris Bledsoe -147 1,895 1,748 1976 Rod Bockwoldt 1 2,268 2,269 1975 Don Reddic 737 0 737 1974 Ross Goddard -17 1,194 1,177 1973 Blaine Church 185 686 871 1972 Al Butler 545 0 545 1971 Al Butler 727 0 727 1970 Dale Mager 615 644 1,259 1969 Sam Gipson 987 67 1,054 1968 Paul Waite -56 2,226 2,170 1967 Lee White 1,378 0 1,378 1966 Tim Jones -57 1,737 1,680 1965 Tim Jones 115 848 963 1964 Ron Haun -50 515 465 1963 Lynn Smith 81 1,185 1,266

1. *876 (102 plays)

at Idaho St. 1991

2. 828

(92 plays)

No. Arizona 1993

3. 800

(94 plays)

at Montana 1985

4. 708

(78 plays)

Portland St. 1965

708

(86 plays)

Cal Poly 1995

5. 687

(82 plays)

So. Utah 1985

687 (93 plays)

at Portland State 2007

*NCAA Division I-FCS Single Game Record

LOWEST WSU TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES 1.

52

(39 plays)

Idaho St. 1964

2.

86

(48 plays)

at Colorado State 2006

3.

92

(55 plays)

Montana St. 1984

4. 109

(72 plays)

at Brigham Young 1979

5.

(49 plays)

Montana St. 1964

110

HIGHEST OPPONENT TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES

1. 717

(85 plays)

2. 716

(87 plays)

at Montana 1999 Idaho 1993

3. 707

(90 plays)

at Brigham Young 1979

4. 645

(79 plays)

at No. Arizona 1996

5. 635

(72 plays)

at Utah State 2011

LOWEST OPPONENT TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES 1.

11 (53 plays)

2.

52

(54 plays)

Montana 1966

3.

64

(47 plays)

at Oregon Tech 1963

4.

82

(60 plays)

Parsons 1970

5.

86

(55 plays)

E. Washington 1969

6. 101

(54 plays)

Cal St.-Los Angeles 1966

Fort Lewis 2007

TOP INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT GAMES 1.

491

Dave Dickenson

at Montana 1995

2.

484

Drew Hubel

at Portland St. 2007

3.

478

Neil Lomax

at Portland St. 1980

4.

469

Brent Pease

Montana 1986

5.

452

Marty Mornhinweg

at Montana 1985

6.

449

Chris Vargas

at Nevada 1993

7.

430

Brad Lebo

at Montana 1991

8.

420

Seth Lobato

No. Colorado 2012

8.

416

Grady Bennett

Montana 1990

9.

407

Ken Hobart

at Idaho 1982

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RUSHING CAREER LEADERS / YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

NAME Trevyn Smith Nick Chournos Lee White Morgan Welch Fine Unga Jack Brown Johnnie Gray III Geoff Mitchell Henry Owens Sean Sanders George Jackson Sam Gipson C.J. Tuckett Eric Hill Derek Poole Vonn Robinson Freddie Cook Kelvin Matthews Josh Booker Clemente Sainten Don Reddic Brian Gladwell Al Butler Dwight Richards Bo Bolen Markeith Ross Mark Billmire

YARDS 5,029 3,593 3,062 2,637 2,298 2,189 2,167 2,078 1,739 1,705 1,680 1,671 1,633 1,566 1,564 1,454 1,449 1,432 1,416 1,416 1,333 1,323 1,272 1,225 1,146 1,113 1,097

ATTS. 997 735 648 507 406 472 442 445 298 407 376 374 274 421 291 382 295 316 250 328 299 302 199 245 241 169 230

TDs 43 30 34 24 19 25 22 31 25 36 16 17 18 8 10 13 17 11 8 15 8 2 7 12 6 12 5

YEARS 2006-09 2001-04 1965-67 1996-99 1987-88 1968-70 2000-01 1987-92 1965-67 1984-87 1987-90 1968-69 2009-12 1976-79 1997-99 1992-95 1982-85 1979-82 2010-12 1995-96 1974-75 1973-74 1971-72 1990-92 2009-10 1993 1975-77

SEASON LEADERS / YARDS NAME 1. Nick Chournos 2. Morgan Welch 3. Trevyn Smith 4. Johnnie Gray III 5. Lee White 6. Trevyn Smith 7. Fine Unga 8. Geoff Mitchell 9. Trevyn Smith 10. Markeith Ross 10. Nick Chournos 11. Lee White 12. Fine Unga 13. Derek Poole 15. Trevyn Smith

YARDS G ATT. TD YEAR 1,649 12 297 13 2003 1,629 11 305 13 1998 1,585 14 295 21 2008 1,571 11 305 15 2001 1,378 10 284 9 1967 1,314 11 263 7 2007 1,266 11 233 13 1988 1,170 11 239 24 1991 1,129 11 205 8 2006 1,113 11 169 12 1993 1,052 11 258 8 2004 1,034 9 196 15 1966 1,032 11 173 6 1987 1,023 11 168 6 1998 1,001 12 234 7 2009

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CAREER LEADERS / TD’S 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Trevyn Smith Sean Sanders Lee White Geoff Mitchell Nick Chournos Henry Owens Jack Brown Morgan Welch Johnnie Gray III Fine Unga

TDs 43 36 34 31 30 25 25 24 22 19

YEARS 2006-09 1984-87 1965-67 1987-92 2001-04 1965-67 1968-70 1996-99 2000-01 1987-88

SEASON LEADERS / TD’S 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9. 13. 14.

NAME Geoff Mitchell Trevyn Smith Sean Sanders Lee White Johnnie Gray III Nick Chournos Morgan Welch Fine Unga Markeith Ross Sean Sanders Sam Gipson Henry Owens Jack Brown C.J. Tuckett Vai Tafuna George Jackson Dave Stireman Lee White

TDs 24 21 20 15 15 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 11 10 10 10 10 10

YEAR 1991 2008 1987 1966 2001 2003 1998 1988 1993 1986 1969 1965 1970 2011 2010 1990 1985 1965

C.J. Tuckett

GAME LEADERS / YARDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

NAME

C.J. Tuckett Markieth Ross Lee White Markeith Ross Henry Owens C.J. Tuckett Morgan Welch Johnnie Gray III Nick Chournos Nick Chournos Markeith Ross Trevyn Smith

YDS. ATT. TDS.

289 280 276 271 262 254 254 240 234 227 226 225

36 36 44 39 23 27 34 37 41 38 43 38

OPPONENT

2 at Idaho State (2012) 3 at Nevada (1993) 3 Idaho (1967) 4 So. Utah (1993) 2 at Western St. (1965) 3 No. Arizona (2011) 0 at Idaho St. (1998) 3 Sacramento St. (2001) 2 at Portland St. (2003) 1 Idaho St. (2003) 1 at Idaho St. (1993) 1 at Portland St. (2007)

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS IN A GAME 5 - C.J. Tuckett - at Portland State - 2011

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RUSHING YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS YR. 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963

PLAYER C.J. Tuckett Josh Booker Bo Bolen Trevyn Smith Trevyn Smith Trevyn Smith Trevyn Smith Zach Hall Nick Chournos Nick Chournos Nick Chournos Johnnie Gray III Johnnie Gray III Derek Poole Morgan Welch Derek Poole Clemente Sainten Clemente Sainten Larry Rogers Markeith Ross Dwight Richards Geoff Mitchell George Jackson George Jackson Fine Unga Fine Unga Sean Sanders Freddie Cook Wes Cooper Dennis Rogan Kelvin Matthews Kelvin Matthews Kelvin Matthews Eric Hill Eric Hill Mark Billmire Mark Billmire Don Reddic Chad Drecksel Brian Gladwell Al Butler Al Butler Jack Brown Sam Gipson Jack Brown Lee White Lee White Henry Owens Frank Bentley Frank Kaaa

RUSH 186 118 158 234 295 263 205 188 258 297 174 305 137 168 305 123 183 145 124 169 167 239 183 147 233 173 195 166 71 140 110 87 77 124 140 111 99 161 127 158 90 109 142 223 166 284 196 150 83 90

YARDS 959 701 704 1,001 1,585 1,314 1,129 848 1,052 1,686 874 1,571 596 1,023 1,629 541 791 625 591 1,113 781 1,170 745 773 1,266 1,032 945 893 314 613 482 474 341 440 539 567 438 737 705 752 545 727 636 987 735 1,378 1,034 929 323 433

AVG 5.2 5.9 4.6 4.3 5.4 5.0 5.5 4.5 4.1 5.6 5.0 5.2 4.4 6.1 5.3 4.4 4.3 4.3 4.8 6.6 4.7 4.9 4.1 5.3 5.4 6.0 4.9 5.4 4.4 4.4 4.4 5.4 4.4 3.5 3.9 5.1 4.4 4.6 5.6 4.7 6.1 6.7 4.5 4.6 4.4 4.8 5.3 6.2 3.9 4.8

TD 8 5 3 7 21 7 8 9 8 13 9 15 7 6 13 4 9 6 5 12 7 24 10 4 13 6 12 8 2 7 5 5 1 0 6 4 1 2 5 1 3 4 11 12 5 9 15 13 2 6

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

HIGHEST WEBER STATE RUSHING GAMES 490 460 421 417 413

70 atts 84 atts 73 atts 70 atts 56 atts

LOWEST WEBER STATE RUSHING GAMES

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

-43 -38 -36 -20 -19

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

515 504 458 440 437

24 atts 24 atts 20 atts 26 atts 25 atts

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

-24 -23 -19 -2 -1

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

298 281 274 265 255 243 239 233 221 220 97 93 93 84 82 80 80 80 78 76 75

at Montana a tColorado State Northern Arizona at Hawai’i Montana State

HIGHEST OPPONENT RUSHING GAMES

83 atts 61 atts 70 atts 47 atts 79 atts

at Idaho at Air Force Montana State at Utah State at Montana

1971 1972 1971 2012 1970

1989 2006 1977 2008 1976

1976 1992 1976 2011 1970

LOWEST OPPONENT RUSHING GAMES

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

at Cal State Northridge at Northern Arizona Boise State at Idaho State at Northern Arizona

33 atts 15 atts 35 atts 39 atts 33 atts

Fort Lewis 1984 at Portland State 1966 Puget Sound 1981 Fort Lewis 2007 Idaho State 2011

HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT GAMES

Don Hass Archie Amerson Anthony Corley Yohance Humphrey Ray McDonald Ryan Johnson Ray Strong Emmett White Mark Fredback Ray Whalen

at Montana State at Northern Arizona Nevada at Montana at Idaho Montana State at UNLV at Utah State at Idaho Nevada

LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS

- - - - - - - - - - -

Chad Drecksel Eli Smith Sam Gipson Clemente Sainten Derek Poole Henry Owens Johnnie Gray Justin White Buford Wilson Jack Brown Charlie Grayson

at Boise State South Dakota State at Portland State at No. Arizona at Montana at Western State Sacramento State at Idaho State at Northern Arizona Montana State Cal State Northridge

1967 1996 1982 2001 1966 2001 1977 2001 1973 1990 1971 1976 1968 1996 1999 1965 2001 2008 1970 1968 1971

LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN 82 - Derek Poole - at Montana - 1999

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PASSING CAREER LEADERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

NAME Cameron Higgins Jamie Martin Jeff Carlson Tim Bernal Bryan Martin Ian Pizarro Dave Stireman Mike Hoke Roger Cook Cole Cooper Morris Bledsoe Paul Waite Rod Bockwoldt Tate Bennett Tyler Gladwell Steve Buck Tim Jones Brad Otton Kyle Bauer Milt Myers

YARDS COMP-ATT. - INT. 12,274 935 - 1,511 - 53 12,207 934 - 1,544 - 56 6,147 384 - 723 - 33 5,619 509 - 912 - 26 5,211 365 - 605 - 14 4,600 331 - 637 - 21 4,592 299 - 566 - 22 4,564 391-648-14 4,451 395 - 643 - 15 4,118 311 - 549 - 22 4,023 314 - 566 - 23 3,436 251-514-29 3,422 265-499-34 3,347 269-478-19 2,963 216-389-9 2,621 166-335-9 2,585 187-334-20 2,307 183-314-10 2,000 132-286-13 1,911 177-341-14

PCT .619 .605 .531 .558 .603 .520 .528 .603 .614 .567 .555 .488 .531 .563 .555 .496 .560 .582 .462 .519

TDs 98 87 47 26 37 27 31 35 26 33 23 28 23 25 23 20 19 15 13 17

YEARS 2007-10 1989-92 1985-88 1981-83 1992-95 2003-06 1984-85 2009-12 1995-96 1999-00 1977-78 1967-68 1973-76 2000-03 2000-01 1997-98 1965-66 1993 2003-04 1981

Cameron Higgins

SEASON LEADERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

NAME Cameron Higgins Jamie Martin Jamie Martin Cameron Higgins Dave Stireman Jamie Martin Roger Cook Jeff Carlson Jeff Carlson Bryan Martin

YARDS 4,477 4,125 3,700 3,326 3,247 3,207 3,207 3,044 2,968 2,799

GMS COMP-ATT. - INT. 14 305 - 465 - 13 11 310 - 500 - 17 11 256 - 428 - 15 12 289 - 454 - 20 11 206 - 378 - 18 11 282 - 463 - 14 11 276 - 442 - 12 11 199 - 364 - 11 11 180 - 352 - 22 11 199 - 337 - 5

GAME LEADERS

NAME YDS COMP.-ATT. - INT 1. Jamie Martin *624 47 - 62 - 2 2. Jamie Martin 547 40 - 58 - 2 3. Brad Otton 540 25 - 44 - 0 4. Bryan Martin 522 29 -46 - 1 5. Jamie Martin 504 30 - 45 - 1 6. Dave Stireman 442 19 - 35 - 1 7. Jamie Martin 440 33 - 51 - 2 Paul Waite 440 26 - 59 - 4 9. Steve Buck 436 28 - 46 - 0 10. Cameron Higgins 432 21 - 31 - 1 11. Jeff Carlson 434 23 - 36 - 0 12. Dave Stireman 428 26 - 44 - 1 13. Cameron Higgins 413 27 - 37 - 1 14. Cameron Higgins 410 31 - 47 - 0 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 15. Bryan Martin 401 22 - 32 - 0 *NCAA Division 1-AA Single Game Record

9898

.PCT .758 .690 .568 .630 .600 .529 .647 .441 .609 .677 .639 .591 .730 .659 .688

PCT .656 .620 .598 .637 .545 .609 .624 .547 .511 .591

TDs 4 5 6 5 3 4 7 6 2 4 6 2 2 4 3

TDs 36 35 23 30 23 20 20 19 26 19

PSEF 166.40 147.60 143.15 138.20 137.21 127.29 132.90 136.09 133.83 144.50

YEAR 2008 1991 1990 2009 1985 1992 1996 1987 1988 1994

PSEF OPPONENT 175.18 at Idaho St. 1991 169.74 Montana St. 1992 204.91 No. Arizona 1993 189.90 Cal Poly 1995 178.30 Montana 1990 192.37 at Idaho St. 1985 174.62 E. Wash. 1991 126.71 at Idaho 1968 154.80 No. Arizona 1997 220.93 Idaho State 2007 220.16 So. Utah 1988 151.25 at Montana 1985 179.17 No. Colorado 2008 190.33 at Portland St. 2009 204.95 Idaho St. 1994

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PLAYER

Mike Hoke Mike Hoke Cameron Higgins Cameron Higgins Cameron Higgins Cameron Higgins Ian Pizarro Ian Pizarro Ian Pizarro Kyle Bauer Tate Bennett Tyler Gladwell Cole Cooper Cole Cooper Chris Wallace Steve Buck Roger Cook Bryan Martin Bryan Martin Brad Otton Jamie Martin Jamie Martin Jamie Martin Ryan Schmidt Jeff Carlson Jeff Carlson Phil Cooper Dave Stireman Dave Stireman Tim Bernal Tim Bernal Milt Myers Bill Tantillo Bill Kelly Morris Bledsoe Morris Bledsoe Rod Bockwoldt Rod Bockwoldt Ross Goddard Blaine Church John Edwards John Edwards Dale Mager Bob Quarry Paul Waite Paul Waite Tim Jones Tim Jones Ron Haun Lynn Smith

ATT

341 262 359 454 465 233 189 313 134 168 311 362 302 247 216 299 442 261 337 314 463 500 428 295 352 364 263 378 188 383 400 341 204 184 304 262 313 91 169 113 30 36 111 71 296 218 226 108 76 158

CMP

197 164 210 289 305 131 100 161 69 83 181 201 179 132 101 149 276 164 199 183 282 310 256 151 180 199 135 206 93 218 226 177 103 88 176 138 183 44 86 47 8 12 50 35 144 107 130 57 39 77

HIGHEST WEBER STATE PASSING GAMES

1. *624 47-62-2 2. 575 27-47-0 3. 522 29-46-1 4. 504 30-45-1 5. 502 23-34-2

INT YARDS TD

9 4 11 20 13 9 7 11 3 6 11 9 12 10 9 9 12 9 5 10 14 17 15 13 22 11 14 18 5 10 17 14 8 12 13 10 21 5 16 11 1 5 9 3 21 8 13 7 5 6

2,065 2,080 2,512 3,326 4,477 1,959 1,197 2,357 1,038 1,351 2,228 2,733 2,289 1,829 1,358 2,393 3,207 2,377 2,799 2,307 3,207 4215 3,700 1,896 2,968 3,044 2,218 3,247 1,345 2,738 2,431 1,911 1,175 1,178 2,128 1,895 2,268 668 1,194 686 246 248 644 416 2,226 1,210 1,737 848 515 1,185

13 19 15 30 36 17 7 17 3 10 16 22 20 13 4 15 20 18 19 15 20 35 23 9 26 19 14 23 8 14 12 17 4 8 14 9 17 2 5 3 1 2 6 1 21 7 11 8 3 8

at Idaho State Northern Arizona Cal Poly Montana Adams State

1991 1993 1995 1990 1986

*NCAA Division FCS single-game record

LOWEST WEBER STATE PASSING GAMES

1.

-8 1-11-0 0 0-2-0 0 0-3-1 0 0-3-0 5 2-5-0

2. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 5.

538 514 492 485 482

0 0 0 0 13

Idaho 1969 at UNLV 1971 Northern Arizona 1971 Boise State 1971 at Western State 1965

HIGHEST OPPONENT PASSING GAMES

43-73-1 38-48-0 29-55-1 35-56-0 28-52-2

at Portland State at Montana Cal Poly at Portland State at Brigham Young

LOWEST OPPONENT PASSING GAMES

0-3-0 1-7-0 0-4-0 1-5-0 4-14-0

at UTEP Montana Montana Montana Fort Lewis

1980 1995 1995 2007 1979

1983 1973 1971 1967 2007

450-YARD INDIVIDUAL OPPONENT GAMES 1. 493 36-46-0 Dave Dickenson

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

485 474 466 460 452 451

35-56-0 32-55-1 29-53-2 41-60-0 31-52-0 37-58-5

at Montana 1995 Drew Hubel at Portland State 2007 Neil Lomax at Portland State 1980 Brad Lebo at Montana 1991 Brent Pease Montana 1986 Travis Brown Northern Arizona 1997 Chris Vargas at Nevada 1993

LONGEST WEBER STATE PASS PLAYS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

97 96 92 88 87 85 84 83 81 80 80

Charlie Grayson -- Rick Bojak at Boise State 1972 Paul Waite -- Dave MacGillivray Boise State 1968 Bryan Martin -- Pokey Eckford W. Montana 1994 Bryan Martin -- Pokey Eckford St. Mary’s 1995 Bryan Martin -- Joel Pelagio-Williams Cal Poly 1995 Paul Waite -- Emmett White, Sr. at Idaho 1968 John Edwards -- Dan Leisure at Idaho St. 1971 Mike Hoke -- Shaydon Kehano Idaho State 2011 Paul Waite -- Randy Montgomery at NAU 1968 Mike Hoke -- Joe Collins NAU 2010 Cameron Higgins -- Mike Phillips at EWU 2009

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RECEIVING CAREER LEADERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20.

NAME Tim Toone Wade Orton Mike Phillips Trevor Shaw Peter Macon Taurus McGhee Pokey Eckford Dave Hall Justin DeFour Craig Slama Rick Justice Dell Stilson Jon Fuller Nate Burchette Joe Collins Curt Miller Bryant Eteuati Cam Quayle Dave MacGillivray Ryan Nath Shaydon Kehano

(Yardage)

YARDS 3,607 2,922 2,518 2,383 2,151 2,145 2,109 2,086 2,051 2,045 2,036 1,977 1,975 1,926 1,501 1,501 1,430 1,414 1,395 1,360 1,082

REC. 206 170 148 206 177 134 177 138 109 140 145 129 91 125 109 102 112 149 80 71 56

TDs 29 18 19 17 15 12 12 14 17 17 13 16 16 13 10 14 10 10 9 11 11

YEARS 2006-09 1984-88 2006-10 1989-93 1986-89 1994-97 1992-95 1986-91 2000-03 1982-85 1986-90 1988-94 1986-91 1989-93 2008-10 1978-81 2005-08 1994-97 1967-68 2001-04 2010-12

SEASON LEADERS (Yardage)

NAME YARDS REC. 1. %Tim Toone 1,525 84 2. #Craig Slama 1,290 77 3. #Alfred Pupunu 1,204 93 4. #Wade Orton 1,113 57 5. !Tim Toone 1,109 83 6. Dave MacGillivray 1,103 57 7. Randy Jordan 1,078 62 8. Pokey Eckford 1,074 77 9. Dell Stilson 1,064 60 10. Taurus McGhee 1,062 61 11. Peter Macon 1,047 92 12. Joe Collins 1,046 61 13. Dave Hall 1,043 73 Jon Jefferson 1,043 60

%14 Games

!12 Games

TDs 7 9 12 9 10 7 9 6 8 5 6 6 10 6

YEAR 2008 1985 1991 1988 2009 1968 1978 1995 1994 1997 1989 2010 1991 2000

CAREER LEADERS (Receptions: 100+)

NAME REC. YARDS TDs 1. Tim Toone 206 3,607 *29 Trevor Shaw 206 2,383 17 3. Peter Macon 177 2,151 15 4. Wade Orton 170 2,922 18 5. Pokey Eckford 158 2,109 12 6. Cam Quayle 149 1,414 10 7. Mike Phillips 148 2,518 19 8. Rick Justice 145 2,036 13 9. Craig Slama 140 2,045 17 10. Dave Hall 138 2,086 14 11. Taurus McGhee 134 2,145 12 12. Pat McNerney 135 1,283 8 13. Dell Stilson 129 1,977 16 14. Justin DeFour 126 2,051 17 15. Nate Burchette 125 1,926 13 16. Freddie Cook 120 1,515 9 17. Trevyn Smith 118 1,349 9 18. Bryant Eteuati 112 1,430 10 19. Joe Collins 109 1,501 10 20. Damon Greenberry 106 1,357 16 21. Curt Miller 102 1,501 14 22. Alfred Pupunu 101 1,291 12

SEASON LEADERS (Receptions)

NAME REC. YARDS TDs YEAR 1. !Alfred Pupunu 93 1,204 12 1991 2. #Peter Macon 92 1,047 6 1989 3. %Tim Toone 84 1,525 7 2008 4. !Tim Toone 83 1,109 10 2009 5. Craig Slama 77 1,290 9 1985 Pokey Eckford 77 1,074 6 1995 6. Rick Justice 73 880 3 1990 Dave Hall 73 1,043 10 1991 7. Trevor Shaw 65 879 6 1990 8. Randy Jordan 62 1,078 9 1978 Cam Quayle 62 658 7 1996 9. Taurus McGhee 61 1,062 5 1997 10. Dell Stilson 60 1,064 8 1994 Jon Jefferson 60 1,043 6 2000

%14 Games

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#11 Games

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YEARS 2006-09 1989-93 1986-89 1984-88 1992-95 1994-97 2006-10 1986-90 1982-85 1986-91 1994-97 1992-94 1988-94 2000-03 1989-93 1982-85 2006-09 2005-08 2008-10 1999-01 1978-81 1990-91

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS YR. 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963

PLAYER Xavian Johnson Shaydon Kehano Joe Collins Tim Toone Tim Toone Bryant Eteuati Marky Filipe Lynzell Jackson Chris McConnell Justin DeFour Scott Peery Justin DeFour Jon Jefferson Ryan Prince Taurus McGhee Taurus McGhee Taurus McGhee Pokey Eckford Dell Stilson Trevor Shaw Nate Burchette Alfred Pupunu Rick Justice Peter Macon Wade Orton Wade Orton Wade Orton Craig Slama Craig Slama Ray McNeil Gerald Bradley Eric Allen Eric Allen Curt Miller Randy Jordan Tom Coleman Tom Coleman Rick Molina Gary Childress Rob Conrad Rick Bojak Dan Leisure Mark Laughrey Mark Laughrey Dave MacGillivray Phil Tuckett Phil Tuckett Henry Owens Dennis Anderson Lynn Corbridge

* Led NCAA Division I-AA

REC 33 43 61 83 84 53 44 39 33 34 46 52 60 33 29 61 55 77 60 55 47 93 73 92 57 54 57 77 53 34 27 46 28 33 62 34 42 19 34 26 7 6 31 20 57 43 52 14 17 23

YARDS 519 883 1,046 1,109 1,525 720 459 672 627 695 501 826 1,043 508 503 1,062 778 1,074 1,064 600 765 1,204 880 *1,047 1,113 919 846 1,290 655 508 474 543 488 545 1,078 638 537 265 495 390 272 138 510 410 1,103 476 738 294 163 336

TD 2 8 6 10 7 4 2 5 2 9 4 4 6 1 1 5 5 6 8 4 7 12 3 6 9 4 5 9 7 0 0 5 3 6 9 2 2 1 1 4 2 2 6 4 7 4 6 4 0 2

(Yardage)

NAME

1. Joel Pelagio-Williams 2. D. MacGillivray 3. Wade Orton 4. Craig Slama 5. Wade Orton 6. Pokey Eckford 7. Jon Jefferson 8. Wade Orton 9. Wade Orton 10. Alfred Pupunu

YDS

261 234 230 224 218 213 208 207 202 200

REC. TDs

9 6 10 7 12 12 8 12 7 14

1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 3 1

OPPONENT

Cal Poly 1995 Boise St. 1968 at Montana St. 1987 No. Arizona 1985 at Montana 1987 E. Washington 1995 at Idaho State 2000 at Idaho 1988 at No. Arizona 1988 Idaho 1991

GAME LEADERS (Receptions)

1. 3. 4. 7.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

NAME

Phil Swan Alfred Pupunu Alfred Pupunu Peter Macon Phil Tuckett Dave Hall Peter Macon Wade Orton Wade Orton Trevor Shaw Pokey Eckford Norvel Young Cam Quayle

252 221 213 201 198 198

REC. YDS

15 15 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

125 166 200 109 101 131 130 218 207 146 213 168 124

TDs

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

OPPONENT

Utah State at Idaho State Idaho at Montana Western State E. Washington Idaho at Montana at Idaho McNeese State E. Washington at Montana at Toledo

1980 1991 1991 1989 1967 1991 1989 1987 1988 1992 1995 1995 1996

TOP FIVE OPPONENT RECEIVING GAMES 10 rec 11 rec 5 rec 9 rec 8 rec 9 rec

3 TDs 3 TDs 2 TDs 2 TDs 0 TDs 3 TDs

Kevin Curtis at Utah State 2001 Tony Vallez at Montana State 1997 Vic Wallace at Idaho 1982 Tyrone Taylor at Sacramento St. 1996 Tim White at Montana 1985 Marvin Turk at Montana 1981

100 YARDS RUSHING & RECEIVING IN SAME GAME Henry Owens vs. Portland State Nov. 13, 1965 in Ogden, Utah 18 - 158 yds Rushing (3 TDs) 3 - 113 yds Receiving (2 TDs) Trevyn Smith vs. Idaho State Nov. 13, 2007 in Ogden, Utah 33 - 115 yds Rushing (3 TDs) 5 - 120 yds Receiving (2 TDs) Trevyn Smith at Montana (FCS Playoff Game) Dec. 6, 2008 in Missoula, Montana 193 - 104 yds Rushing (1 TD) 7 - 129 yds Receiving (0 TDs)

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KICKOFF RETURNS

CAREER LEADERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

NAME *Bryant Eteuati Wiley King Bo Bolen Kris Parham Eric Brown Freddie Cook Fine Unga Maurice Jackson Junior Crockett Jamarcus Stewart Dwight Richards Henry Owens Orin Trussel Clemente Sainten Randle Anderson

RETS. 100 98 74 54 48 49 48 50 33 43 45 32 33 34 30

(Based on ret. yards)

YARDS AVG. RET. 2,644 26.44 2,031 20.72 1,805 24.39 1,148 21.36 1,078 22.46 999 20.38 967 20.14 947 18.94 919 27.85 868 20.18 828 18.40 783 24.47 715 21.66 681 20.02 673 22.43

*Big Sky Conference Career Leader for returns and yards

SEASON LEADERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

NAME

#Bryant Eteuati %Bo Bolen Bo Bolen Wiley King Eric Brown Fine Unga Bryant Eteuati Kris Parham Greg Kramer Maurice Jackson Herb Craft Kris Parham Orin Trussel Wiley King Wiley King

#11 Games

RETS.

43 39 35 29 28 31 27 29 29 29 20 25 24 27 25

YARDS

1,199 958 847 767 684 652 616 615 603 582 538 533 504 498 450

GAME LEADERS

NAME

RETS.

1. Bryant Eteuati 7 2. Bryant Eteuati 8 3. Jamaal Petersen 7 4. Bryant Eteuati 6 5. Bo Bolen 7 6. Eric Brown 6 7. Barrinton Collins 8 8. C.J. Tuckett 4 9. Maurice Jackson 7 10. Dwight Richards 6 11. Wiley King 8 12. Travis McLean 6 13. Eric Allen 6 14. Greg Kramer 6 2011 WEBER STATE 15. Jamarcus Stewart 6

102 102

YEARS 2005-08 2002-05 2009-10 2011-12 1983-86 1982-85 1987-88 1987-90 1981-85 1993-95 1989-91 1965-67 1973-74 1995-96 1970-71

(Based on ret. yards)

AVG. RET.

27.88 24.56 24.20 26.45 24.43 21.03 22.81 21.21 20.79 20.06 26.90 21.30 21.00 18.44 18.00

TDs

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

YEAR

2007 2009 2010 2004 1986 1987 2008 2012 1979 1989 2000 2011 1975 2005 2002

1. 100

100 100 100 100 6 . 97 97 8. 94 94 94 12. 93 13. 91 14. *90 15. *84

Junior Crockett at Idaho State Clemente Sainten Western State James McCowan Eastern Oregon Bryant Eteuati Montana Cordero Dixon Montana Randall Anderson Drake Sam Gipson Idaho State Don Reddic Boise State James McCowan Western State Herb Craft Montana Jamarcus Stewart at Louisiana-Monroe Buford Wilson at Montana Henry Owens at Idaho Bryant Eteuati at Portland State

1981 1996 2002 2006 2012 1970 1968 1975 2003 2000 1994 1970 1966 2007

*Non-Scoring Return

LAST WEBER STATE KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Cordero Dixon

100-Yards Nov. 3, 2012

vs. Montana

LAST OPPONENT KICKOFF RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Aaron Woods Portland State 97-Yards 1:38 - 3rd Quarter September 26, 2009 - Portland, Oregon

%12 Games

TDs 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1

LONGEST WEBER STATE KICKOFF RETURNS

(Based on ret. yards)

YARDS TDs

210 0 203 0 196 0 187 1 168 0 162 0 149 0 144 0 142 0 141 0 140 0 132 0 128 0 127 0 FOOTBALL 118 0

OPPONENT

at Portland State at Boise State at Portland State at Cal Poly at William & Mary Nevada at Montana Northern Arizona Idaho E. Washington at Montana State at Portland State at Idaho Montana State at Montana

YEAR

2007 2007 2001 2007 2009 1986 2011 2011 1989 1991 2002 1986 198 1979 1993

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CAREER LEADERS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

NAME

*Bryant Eteuati Tim Toone Pokey Eckford Taurus McGhee Jim Edwards Henry Owens Chris Darrington Josh Andrews Scott Thomas Joel Pelagio-Williams Jordan Brown Rich Willis Dallas Drecksel Dewey Crayton Herb Craft Kela Marciel

RETS. YARDS

117 39 54 50 34 31 26 44 45 37 25 30 19 30 9 24

1,206 566 502 462 458 429 415 413 382 324 294 270 186 180 161 141

AVG. RET.

10.30 14.51 9.30 9.24 13.47 13.84 15.96 9.39 8.49 8.76 11.76 9.00 9.79 6.00 17.89 5.88

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

NAME

Josh Andrews Tim Toone Bryant Eteuati Bryant Eteuati Pokey Eckford Bryant Eteuati Jordan Brown Bryant Eteuati Taurus McGhee Joel Pelagio-Williams Taurus McGhee Scott Thomas Dallas Drecksel Melvin Maxwell Randy Montgomery

RETS. YARDS

41 19 36 26 24 24 24 31 20 28 26 31 19 21 20

389 378 345 314 310 291 279 256 240 233 196 193 186 182 172

GAME LEADERS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

TDs

YEARS

2 2005-08 3 2006-09 1 1992-95 0 1994-97 3 1969-70 1 1965-67 1 1984-86 1 1998, 2000 0 1977-78 1 1992-95 0 2009-10 0 1985-89 0 2002-05 0 2002-05 0 2000 0 2010-12

*Big Sky Career Leader for returns and yards

SEASON LEADERS

NAME Chris Darrington Joel Pelagio-Williams Josh Andrews Scott Thomas Herb Craft Bryant Eteauti Pokey Eckford Bryant Eteuati Bryant Eteauti Jim Edwards Tim Toone Dallas Drecksel Tim Toone Josh Andrews Cardedrick Foreman

RETS. 5 5 8 7 5 6 5 6 6 7 4 4 6 4 7

YDs 142 110 105 105 102 98 98 97 96 92 90 89 87 86 86

LONGEST WEBER STATE PUNT RETURNS

(Based on ret. yards)

(Based on ret. yards)

AVG. RET.

9.49 19.89 9.58 12.10 12.92 12.12 11.63 8.26 12.00 8.32 7.54 6.22 9.79 8.67 8.60

TDs

1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

(Min 70 yards)

1. %95 - Tim

2. 94 3. 90 2. 84 3. 83 4. 80 5. 75 6. *73 73

Toone Sacramento St. 2009 - Randle Anderson North Texas 1971 - Tim Toone Northern Arizona 2009 - Herb Craft Montana 2000 - Pokey Eckford Western Montana 1994 - Chris Darrington Idaho State 1986 - Henry Owens Montana 1965 - Jerry Williams Northern Arizona 1969 - Joel Pelagio-Williams Southern Utah 1992 %Big Sky Conference Record

*Non-Scoring Return

LAST WEBER STATE PUNT RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN Tim Toone - 90-yards vs. Northern Arizona November 14, 2009 Ogden, Utah - 6:50 3rd Quarter

YEAR

2000 LAST WEBER STATE BLOCKED PUNT 2009 RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN 2007 Brady Fosmark: Blocked kick 2006 returned 10-yards by Rodregis Smith 1994 vs. Eastern Washington - Nov. 3, 2002 2008 2010 2005 LAST OPPONENT PUNT 1997 RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN 1992 1996 LaRue Burley: Southern Utah 78-yards 1978 September 10, 2006 - Ogden, Utah 2nd Quarter 2004 1989 1968

(Based on ret. yards)

TDs 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

OPPONENT YEAR Idaho State 1986 Southern Utah 1993 E. Washington 2000 Idaho State 1978 Montana 2000 Portland State 2006 Montana State 1994 at Portland St. 2007 Fort Lewis 2007 Idaho 1969 No. Arizona 2009 North Dakota St. 2004 E. Washington 2006 W. New Mexico 2000 Western State 1999

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INTERCEPTIONS CAREER LEADERS NAME 1. Scott Shields 2. Dennis Duncanson 3. Orin Trussel 4. Luther White Fredrick X 6. Mike Babb Elbert Gray Mike Rosky Randle Anderson 10. Kris Jugler Mike Nichter Mark Hood Junior Baker Keenan Gordon

INTs *23 15 14 11 11 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8

*Big Sky Conference Career Leader

YARDS 278 168 202 196 86 90 98 67 145 126 71 18 126 111

TDs 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS YEARS 1. 1995-98 2. 1977-78 3. 1973-76 4. 1967-68 5. 1989-93 6. 1989 7. 1978-82 8. 1977-78 9. 1970-71 1981-82 11. 1979-82 12. 1991-93 1994-97 1997-00

98 75 *66 *64 *61 *60 *59 *54 53 53 *52 51

(50 yards or More)

Luther White David James Jason Allen Lorenzo Thompson Gus Lawlar Eddie Phillips Rod Leslie Vernell Quinn Vernell Quinn Brandin Williams Scott Shields Craig Schneider

*Non-Scoring Return

Cal State Northridge Sacramento State at Montana at Boise State SW State ( Minn.) Southern Colorado Portland State Southern Utah Idaho Northern Arizona Eastern Washington Idaho

1968 2011 1999 1982 1983 1964 1965 1987 1987 2007 1998 1972

SEASON LEADERS

1. 2. 3. 4.

NAME Dennis Duncanson Scott Shields Mike Babb Orin Trussel Randle Anderson Scott Shields Luther White Fredrick X Scott Shields

INTs 10 10 9 7 7 7 6 6 6

YARDS 93 101 90 130 134 100 77 21 77

TDs 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0

YEAR 1977 1996 1989 1974 1971 1997 1967 1991 1998

GAME LEADERS Name

INTs. YDs TDs

. Mike Babb 1 2. Dennis Duncanson Dennis Duncanson Craig Schneider Fredrick X Scott Shields Keenan Gordon Josh Morris

4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

90 17 69 71 5 29 7 0

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Opponent

at Idaho State at Montana Portland State Portland State at Montana State at Portland State Sacramento State at Idaho State

1989 1977 1977 1971 1991 1996 1999 2008

Scott Shields

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Player Kela Marciel Devin Pugh David James Jordan Brown Scotty Goodloe Josh Morris Brndin Williams Ty Sparrow John Collins James McCowan Dewey Crayton Dewey Crayton Marcus Thurman Keenan Gordon Jason Allen Keenan Gordon Scott Shields Scott Shields Scott Shields Sheddric Mickles Rob Hitchcock Nick McDaniel Rob Hitchcock Derrick Beatty Fredrick X Fredrick Smith Mike Babb Three-way tie Vernell Quinn Calvin Hampton Renaldo Devers Darryl Pollard Todd Boyer Jim Arslanian Elbert Gray Kris Jugler Victor Fletcher Sam Reeves Mark Massey Dennis Duncanson Dennis Duncanson Doug Battershill Orin Trussell Orin Trussell Ralph Parish Craig Schneider Mike Mannott Randle Anderson Steve Schmitz Jerry Williams Wes Patterson Luther White John Knight Lee Bunnell Six-way tie Lyle Johnston

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

Yards 0 35 12 65 71 0 58 68 15 58 31 23 26 55 131 21 77 100 101 39 22 2 63 39 21 48 90 - 138 46 20 50 32 27 48 53 24 0 72 75 93 12 22 130 31 92 75 134 20 21 14 77 0 12 - 51

Long 0 33 12 34 41 0 53 35 12 58 31 23 15 51 66 17 52 37 35 30 15 2 38 27 16 48 35 54 24 20 26 32 27 25 43 18 0 43 41 42 3 18 42 27 51 42 47 11 14 11 21 0 -

1.

WSU INTERCEPTIONS RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWNS

Eddie Phillips................40-yds...........Montana State..1965 2. Luther White.................98-yds........... CS-Northridge..1968 3. Pete Nepote..................38-yds.....Northern Michigan..1969 4. Craig Schneider............51-yds......................... Idaho..1972 5. Mike Mannott................45-yds......................... Idaho..1972 6. Dennis Duncanson.......42-yds........... Portland State..1977 7. Joe Long.......................33-yds......................Nevada..1984 8. Darryl Pollard................27-yds........... Portland State..1985 9. Calvin Hampton............30-yds....... at Portland State..1986 10. Calvin Hampton............24-yds........... Southern Utah..1987 11. Vernell Quinn................53-yds......................... Idaho..1987 12. Calvin Hampton............22-yds..................at Nevada..1987 13. Vernell Quinn................31-yds..................at Nevada..1987 14. Mike Babb.....................25-yds............at Idaho State..1989 15. Austin Peters................28-yds...........Montana State..1990 16. Fredrick X....................48-yds............at No. Arizona .1990 17. Rob Hitchcock..............25-yds........... CS-Northridge..1993 18. Rob Hitchcock..............38-yds........... E. Washington..1993 19. Scott Shields.................18-yds........... Western State..1997 20. Scott Shields.................37-yds..... Sacramento State..1997 21. Keenan Gordon............35-yds....... at Portland State..1998 22. Eric Lohnes...................29-yds..... Sacramento State..2001 23. Marcus Thurman...........15-yds................Idaho State..2001 24. Matt McFadden.............30-yds.........Eastern Oregon..2002 25. Brady Fosmark.............22-yds................Idaho State..2003 26. Dewey Crayton.............21-yds................Idaho State..2003 27. Mike Stroshine..............25-yds....... at Portland State..2003 28. Brandin Williams...........53-yds....... Northern Arizona..2007 29. Scotty Goodloe.............41-yds........... Portland State..2008 30. David James.................75-yds......... Sacramento St... 2011

LAST OPPONENT TO RETURN AN INTERCEPTION FOR A TOUCHDOWN B.W. WEBB: William & Mary November 28, 2009 - Williamsburg, Virginia 58-yards 00:12 2nd Quarter

LAST WSU PLAYER TO RETURN A FUMBLE FOR A TOUCHDOWN KEVIN LINEHAN vs. Montana-Western 94-yards 00:01 1st Quarter August 28, 2008 - Ogden, Utah

LAST OPPONENT TO RETURN A FUMBLE FOR A TOUCHDOWN ANDY SCHANTZ: Portland State 84-yards 00:03 4th Quarter October 27, 2007 Portland, Oregon

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ALL-PURPOSE YARDS CAREER LEADERS

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

NAME Trevyn Smith Bryant Eteuati Tim Toone Nick Chournos Freddie Cook Fine Unga Henry Owens Bo Bolen Wiley King Lee White Johnnie Gray III

RUSH 5,029 46 2 3,593 1,449 2,298 1,739 1,146 18 3,062 2,167

REC. 1,349 1,430 3,607 445 1,515 391 608 525 1,235 178 542

SEASON LEADERS

NAME 1. Johnnie Gray III 2. Trevyn Smith 3. Bryant Eteuati 4. Fine Unga 5. Fine Unga 6. Freddie Cook 7. Nick Chournos 8. Tim Toone 9. Henry Owens 10. Morgan Welch 11. Bo Bolen 12. Tim Toone 13. Geoff Mitchell 14. Trevyn Smith

RUSH 1,571 1,585 19 1,032 1,266 893 1,649 0 929 1,629 442 2 1,170 1,314

REC. 446 778 720 162 229 644 128 1,525 294 43 2669 1,190 160 204

GAME LEADERS

NAME 1. C.J. Tuckett 2. Chris Darrington 3. Bryant Eteuati 4. Henry Owens 5. C.J. Tuckett 6. Lee White 7. Nick Chournos 8. Bo Bolen 9. Henry Owens 10. Fine Unga 11. Markeith Ross 12. Freddie Cook 13. Markeith Ross

RUSH 254 0 5 262 289 276 223 207 158 220 280 88 271

(MIN 3,000 yds) RET. 42 3,850 890 123 999 974 1,212 1,805 2,041 0 401

YARDS 6,420 5,326 4,499 4,160 3,963 3,663 3,559 3,476 3,294 3,240 3,110

YEARS 2006-09 2005-08 2006-09 2001-04 1982-85 1987-88 1965-67 2009-10 2002-05 1965-67 2000-01

(Min 1,500 yds) RET. 369 0 1,544 652 315 274 0 220 492 0 958 447 196 0

YARDS 2,386 2,363 2,283 1,846 1,817 1,812 1,777 1,745 1,715 1,672 1,669 1,558 1,526 1,518

YEAR 2001 2008 2007 1987 1988 1985 2003 2008 1965 1997 2009 2009 1991 2007

Trevyn Smith

Johnnie Gray III

(Min 275 yds)

REC. 9 139 28 0 14 25 61 43 113 4 0 188 4

RET. 144 228 308 75 0 0 12 45 22 57 0 0 0

YARDS 407 367 341 337 303 301 296 295 293 281 280 276 275

OPPONENT Northern Arizona Idaho State at Portland State at Western State at Idaho State Idaho at Sacramenont St. at No. Colorado Portland St. Northern Arizona at Nevada at Idaho State Southern Utah

YEAR 2011 1986 2007 1965 2012 1967 2002 2009 1965 1987 1993 1985 1993

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NAME

TDs

PATs

FGs

(180+ PTS) PTS

YEARS

PTS

YEAR

1. Scott Shields 2 111* 67 325 1995-98 2. Trevyn Smith 52 2* 0 316 2006-09 3. Joe Johnson 0 116 46 254 2002-05 4. Greg Patterson 0 127 36 235 1986-89 5. Sean Sanders 38 0 0 228 1984-87 6. Roger Ruzek 0 83 46 221 1979-82 7. Geoff Mitchell 35 1* 0 212 1987-92 8. Lee White 34 2* 0 208 1965-67 9. Tim Toone 32 0 0 192 2006-09 10. Jaime Nunez 0 89 34 191 1969-71 11. Nick Chournous 31 1* 0 188 2000-04 12. Henry Owens 30 2* 0 184 1965-67 13. Mike Minnoch 0 79 34 181 94, 98-00 Shaun McClain 0 79 33 178 2010-12

*Two-point conversion

SEASON LEADERS

NAME

TDs

PATs

FGs

Geoff Mitchell

1. Geoff Mitchell 28 1* 0 170 1991 2. Trevyn Smith 28 0 0 168 2008 3. Sean Sanders 21 0 0 126 1987 4. Johnnie Gray III 18 *1 0 110 2001 5. Henry Owens 17 0 0 102 1965 6. Lee White 15 2* 0 94 1966 7. Scott Shields 0 35 18 89 1996 8. Scott Shields 2 24 17 87 1997 Jon Williams 0 57 10 87 2008 10. George Jackson 14 1* 0 86 1990 11. Fine Unga 14 0 0 84 1988 *Two-point conversion

GAME LEADERS

1. 2. 3. 6.

NAME

*Sean Sanders Geoff Mitchell C.J. Tuckett Henry Owens Trevyn Smith George Jackson Gerald Wilcox Eric Hill Lee White Markeith Ross Tim Toone Tim Toone Trevyn Smith Trevyn Smith Vai Tafuna

TDs 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

PATs FGs PTS 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

OPPONENT

36 *at Idaho 32 at Montana State 30 at Portland State 30 Portland State 30 Idaho State 24 Idaho State 24 Southern Utah 24 at Idaho 24 at No. Arizona 24 Southern Utah 24 Sacramento St. 24 Sacramento St. 24 Montana Western 24 E. Washington 24 Montana

*NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs - First Round, single game record

1987 1991 2011 1965 2007 1990 1988 1978 1966 1993 2009 2007 2008 2008 2010

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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS YEAR PLAYER

TD

FG

PAT

PTS

2012 Shaun McClain 0 9 22 49 2011 C.J. Tuckett 10 0 0 60 Shaun McClain 0 9 33 60 2010 Shaun McClain 0 15 24 69 2009 Tim Toone 12 0 0 72 2008 Trevyn Smith 28 0 0 168 2007 Tim Toone 10 0 0 60 2006 Trevyn Smith 8 0 0 48 2005 Joe Johnson 0 13 32 71 2004 Joe Johnson 0 17 15 66 2003 Nick Chournos 13 0 0 78 2002 Nick Chournos 10 0 0 60 2001 Johnnie Gray 18 0 0 110 2000 Mike Minnoch 0 10 32 62 1999 Mike Minnoch 0 13 23 62 1998 Morgan Welch 13 0 0 78 1997 Scott Shields 2 17 24 87 1996 Scott Shields 0 18 35 89 1995 Scott Shields 0 16 28 76 1994 Dell Stilson 8 0 0 52 1993 Markeith Ross 12 0 0 72 1992 Dwight Richards 7 0 0 44 1991 Geoff Mitchell* 28 0 0 170 1990 George Jackson* 14 0 0 86 1989 Greg Patterson 0 8 19 43 1988 Fine Unga 14 0 0 84 1987 Sean Sanders 20 0 0 120 1986 Sean Sanders 13 0 0 78 1985 Freddie Cook 11 0 0 66 1984 Craig Winberg 0 10 31 61 1983 Freddie Cook 10 0 0 60 1982 Roger Ruzek 0 16 27 75 1981 Roger Ruzek 0 9 31 58 1980 Roger Ruzek 0 10 10 40 1979 Roger Ruzek 0 11 14 47 1978 Randy Jordan 9 0 0 54 1977 Mike Korvas 0 15 21 66 1976 Mike Korvas 0 10 23 53 1975 Dannie Marrelli 0 9 13 40 1974 Three-way tie 0 0 0 36 1973 Jim Larson 7 0 0 44 1972 Rick Bojak* 6 0 0 38 1971 Jaime Nunez 0 19 24 81 1970 Jack Brown* 11 0 0 68 1969 Sam Gipson 12 0 0 72 1968 Sam Gipson* 10 0 0 62 1967 Lee White 9 0 0 54 1966 Lee White** 15 0 0 94 1965 Henry Owens 17 0 0 102 1964 Duffy Deaver* 2 0 1 15 2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 1963 Lynn Smith 6 0 19 55

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* Includes two-point conversion

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

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

74-6 73-68 70-7 67-28 63-33 63-59 62-20 62-6 61-0 60-0 60-41

(60+ points)

vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. VS. vs. vs. vs.

Portland State at Portland State Cal State Los Angeles Northern Arizona Idaho State Eastern Washington Southern Utah Montana - Western Western State Wisconsin-Oshkosh at Idaho State

1965 2007 1966 1993 1986 1991 1985 2008 2005 1970 1991

TOP FIVE OPPONENT SCORING GAMES

22-81 30-79 0-75 73-68 37-62 63-59 45-59

vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs.

at Montana 1999 at Idaho 1994 at Portland State 1980 at Portland State (Lost) 2007 at Northeast Louisiana 1994 Eastern Washington (Lost) 1991 at Northern Arizona 1996

POINTS SCORED

Team Season High.................495 45.0 1991 Team Season Low....................67 8.3 1980 Opponent Season High...........................441 40.1 2001 Opponent Season Low............................102 11.3 1965

LAST WEBER STATE SHUTOUT 23-0 at Northern Colorado October 13, 2007 in Greeley, Colorado (also last Big Sky game)

LAST WSU SHUTOUT AT HOME 61-0 vs. Western State September 3, 2005

LAST OPPONENT SHUTOUT 0-38 at William & Mary November 28, 2009

IN A BIG SKY GAME

0-34 by Idaho State October 26, 2002 in Pocatello, Idaho

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FIELD GOALS CAREER LEADERS NAME MADE 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10. 11. 12.

Scott Shields Roger Ruzek Joe Johnson Greg Patterson Jaime Nunez Mike Minnoch Shaun McClain Mike Korvas Craig Winberg Mike Snoy Connor Foley Jon Williams

67 46 46 36 34 34 33 25 24 19 12 10

FGs FGs ATT. .PCT 90 78 73 61 83 48 49 37 43 34 23 15

.744 .590 .630 .590 .410 .708 .673 .676 .558 .559 .522 .667

LONGEST FIELD GOALS

LONG YEARS 55 51 52 53 50 52 46 49 55 47 42 42

1995-98 1979-82 2002-05 1986-89 1969-71 1994, 98-00 2010-12 1976-77 1983-85 2006-09 2006-07 2008-09

SEASON LEADERS

1. 2. 3. 5. 8. 10. 12. 13.

NAME Jaime Nunez Scott Shields Scott Shields Joe Johnson Roger Ruzek Scott Shields Scott Shields Shaun McClain Mike Korvas Mike Minnoch Joe Johnson Mike Snoy Greg Patterson Roger Ruzek

MADE 19 18 17 17 16 16 16 15 15 13 13 12 11 11

FGs FGs ATT. .PCT 32 .594 24 .750 25 .680 22 .773 19 .842 18 .889 23 .696 20 .750 20 .750 17 .760 22 .590 20 .600 18 .611 19 .579

LONG 50 52 51 40 48 47 55 40 49 47 52 47 52 51

YEAR 1971 1996 1997 2004 1982 1995 1998 2010 1977 1999 2005 2009 1987 1979

1. 55 - Craig Winbergat Idaho 1984 55 - Scott Shields E. Washington 1998 2. 53 - Greg Patterson

Nicholls State 1988

3. 52 -

No. Arizona at Idaho Boise State Montana State Western State at No. Arizona Western State

Greg Patterson Craig Winberg Dannie Marrelli Mike Minnoch Scott Shields Scott Shields Joe Johnson

4. 51 - Roger Ruzek Scott Shields

1987 1984 1975 1994 1996 1996 2005

at Idaho State 1981 Utah State 1979 No. Arizona 1979 Portland State 1997

5. 50 - Brent Chuhaniuk at Montana

1989

GAME LEADERS FGs FGs MD ATT % LG

NAME

1. Scott Shields 2. Scott Shields Joe Johnson 3. Craig Winberg Roger Ruzek 4. Scott Shields 5. Greg Patterson Greg Patterson Mike Korvas Scott Shields Scott Shields Scott Shields Scott Shields Scott Shields Joe Johnson Joe Johnson Shaun McClain

5 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

5 4 4 5 5 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4

1.000 1.000 1.000 .800 .800 .667 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .750

OPPONENT

42 Northern Arizona 46 St. Mary’s 36 at Sac State 55 at Idaho 47 Nevada (3 OTs) 44 at Portland State 34 at Nevada 52 Northern Arizona 36 Portland State 47 at W. Michigan 38 E. Washington 52 Western State 42 Western State 51 Portland State 29 Southern Utah 42 UC Davis 46 Cal Poly

1997 1995 2004 1984 1982 1996 1989 1987 1977 1995 1996 1996 1997 1997 2004 2004 2012

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PUNTING CAREER LEADERS AVG. NAME 1. Bob Hagedorn 2. Russell Griffith 3. Brent Chuhaniuk Lyle Johnston 5. Scott Shields 6. Dannie Marrelli 7. Josh Kealamakia 8. Mike Snoy Steve Smith 10. Mike Korvas 11. Don Ritchey 12. Bill Kelly 13. John Pezeley

PUNTS 54 112 129 87 157 61 97 *220 122 111 108 57 66

YARDS 2,349 4,776 5,489 3,702 6,580 2,539 3,944 *8,906 4,939 4,491 4,364 2,294 2,645

(Min 50 punts)

AVG. 43.50 42.64 42.55 42.55 41.91 41.62 40.70 40.48 40.48 40.45 40.40 40.24 40.07

YEARS 1984 1985-86 1987-90 1963-65 1996-98 1975 2010-11 2006-09 1967-68 1976-77 1970-71 1979 1969

Brent Chuhaniuk

*Most Punts and Punting Yards in WSU history

SEASON LEADERS NAME 1. Tony Epperson 2. Lyle Johnston 3. Brent Chuhaniuk 4. Steve Smith 5. Bob Hagedorn 6. Russell Griffith 7. Tyler McNannay 8. Lyle Johnston 9. Scott Shields 10. Scott Shields 11. Russell Griffith 12. Mike Korvas 13. Mike Snoy

PUNTS 32 29 38 63 54 50 26 30 61 48 62 52 54

YARDS 1,536 1,340 1,682 2,783 2,340 2,158 1,119 1,282 2,597 2,043 2,618 2,193 2,276

GAME LEADERS

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

NAME

Tony Epperson Lyle Johnston Scott Shields Tyler McNannay Tony Epperson Russell Griffith Tony Epperson Scott Shields Russell Griffith Wyat Kennah Lyle Johnston Brent Chuhaniuk

PUNTS YDS

8 7 5 5 3 6 10 5 4 5 7 4

440 372 265 258 154 306 507 252 201 251 351 200

AVG. 48.00 46.20 44.26 44.17 43.33 43.16 43.04 42.73 42.57 42.56 42.22 42.17 42.15

YEAR 2012 1965 1988 1967 1984 1985 2012 1964 1998 1997 1986 1976 2007

Lyle Johnston

(Min. 3 punts) AVG.

55.00 53.14 53.00 51.60 51.33 51.00 50.70 50.40 50.25 50.20 50.14 50.00

2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL

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(min 25 punts/42.00 avg.)

OPPONENT

McNeese State 2012 Northern Arizona 1965 CS-Northridge 1996 at Southern Utah 2012 at UC Davis 2012 at Northern Arizona 1986 at BYU 2012 Southern Utah 1997 at Idaho 1986 at Idaho State 2004 Montana State 1965 at Northern Arizona 1988

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PUNTING YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS YR. 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963

PLAYER Tony Epperson Josh Kealamakia Josh Kealamakia Mike Snoy Mike Snoy Mike Snoy Mike Snoy Wyatt Kennah Wyatt Kennah Travis Atwood Joey Spendlove Wyatt Kennah Travis Atwood Joey Spendlove Scott Shields Scott Shields Scott Shields Tyler Gunderson Bryan Martin Roy Hudson Roy Hudson Roy Hudson Brent Chuhaniuk Brent Chuhaniuk Brent Chuhaniuk Dane Griffith Dane Griffith Dane Griffith Bob Hagedorn Kory Bosgieter Kory Bosgieter Curt Miller Curt Miller Bill Kelly Curt Miller Mike Korvas Mike Korvas Dannie Marrelli Ralph Parish Ralph Parish Terry Bulych Don Ritchey Don Ritchey John Pezeley Steve Smith Steve Smith Burt Wilde Lyle Johnston Lyle Johnston Lyle Johnston

No. 32 52 45 50 53 54 63 64 59 39 50 56 70 53 61 48 48 26 44 54 53 42 33 58 38 49 62 50 54 59 59 75 80 57 55 59 52 61 68 76 58 45 63 66 59 63 27 29 30 28

YARDS 1,536 2,147 1,797 2,075 2,018 2,276 2,537 2,368 2,464 1,487 1,920 2,224 2,759 2,122 2,597 2,043 1,940 1,042 1,605 2,266 2,013 1,497 1,370 2,437 1,682 1,906 2,618 2,158 2,340 2,249 2,164 3,018 3,013 2,294 2,004 2,298 2,193 2,539 2,742 2,970 2,169 1,878 2,486 2,645 2,156 2,783 1,104 1,340 1,282 1,080

Avg. 48.0 41.3 39.9 41.5 38.1 42.1 40.3 37.0 41.8 38.1 38.4 39.7 39.4 40.0 42.6 42.6 40.4 40.1 36.5 42.0 38.0 35.6 41.5 42.0 44.3 38.9 42.2 43.1 43.3 38.1 36.7 40.2 37.7 40.3 36.4 39.0 42.2 41.6 40.3 39.1 37.4 41.7 39.5 40.1 36.5 44.2 40.9 46.2 42.7 38.5

LONGEST PUNTS 1. 83 - 2. 82 - 3. 81 - 4. 80 - 5. 76 - 6. 75 - 7. 74 - 8. 73 - 10. 72 - 11. 71 - 15. 70 -

(Min of 70 yards)

Steve Smith Scott Shields Joey Spendlove Josh Kealamakia Brent Chuhaniuk Terry Bulych Tony Epperson Lyle Johnston Mike Snoy Scott Shields Tony Epperson Josh Kealamakia Steve Smith Lyle Johnston Steve Smith

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UNASSISTED TACKLES

ASSISTED TACKLES

CAREER LEADERS

CAREER LEADERS

NAME TACKLES YEARS 1. David Stroshine 215 1995-98 2. Nick Webb 167 2008-11 3. Danny Rich 165 1978-81 4. Matt McFadden 152 2000-03 5. Keenan Gordon 150 1997-00 6. Scott Shields 145 1995-98 7. Brady Fosmark 143 2002-05 8. Rob Hitchcock 135 1992-94 Colton Swan 135 1999-03 10. Calvin Hampton 134 1985-88 Anthony Morales 94 2010-12

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

SEASON LEADERS

SEASON LEADERS

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

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

NAME TACKLES YEAR Mike Powell 74 1985 David Stroshine 73 1997 Rob Hitchcock 70 1994 Nick Webb 69 2010 Jordan Brown 67 2010 David Stroshine 67 1998 Danny Rich 65 1981 Matt McFadden 62 2001 Spencer Sigoda 60 2001 Beau Hadley 59 2008 Darion Scott 59 1990 Danny Rich 59 1980 Eric Jones 59 2004

GAME LEADERS 1. 2. 4. 6.

NAME TKLS OPP. YEAR Eric Jones 17 at MSU 2004 Tim Evans 15 Utah St. 1977 Matt McFadden 15 Idaho St 2001 Danny Rich 13 at Utah St. 1981 Mike Humiston 13 at Boise St. 1980 Troy Juergens 12 at NAU 1990 Mike Powell 12 at Pacific 1985 Joe DiPoalo 12 Montana St.1983 Danny Rich 12 at PSU 1980 Curtis McGhan 12 at Nevada 1979 Rob Hitchtock 12 at So. Utah 1994 Weston Weaver 12 So. Utah 1997 Eric Weston 12 So. Utah 1997 Dallas Drecksel 12 at St. Mary’s 2003 Nick Webb 12 at PSU 2011

NAME TACKLES Danny Rich 285 Joe DiPoalo 234 Matt McFadden 198 Curtis McGhan 195 Joe Long 194 Mike Powell 190 Mike McLeod 178 Mike Humiston 174 Tim Evans 174 Jantz Afuvai 174 Anthony Morales 148

NAME TACKLES Joe DiPoalo 127 Marty Mendenhall 109 Joe DiPoalo 107 Danny Rich 102 Danny Rich 96 Tim Evans 89 Mike Powell 88 Curtis McGhan 86 Tim Evans 85 Joe Long 84

TOTAL TACKLES CAREER LEADERS YEARS 1978-81 1982-83 2000-03 1978-81 1984-87 1982-85 1977-78 1977-80 1977-78 1990-93 2010-12

NAME UN / AT 1. Danny Rich 165 / 285 2. David Stroshine 215 / 139 3. Matt McFadden 152 / 198 4. Joe DiPoalo 112 / 234 5. Mike Powell 127 / 190 6. Jantz Afuvai 129 / 174 7. Joe Long 101 / 194 8. Mike Humiston 120 / 174 9. Nick Webb 167 / 120 10. Scott Shields 145 / 129 Anthony Morales 94 / 148

TOT. YRS. 450 78-81 354 95-98 350 00-03 346 82-83 317 82-85 303 90-93 295 84-87 294 77-80 287 08-11 274 95-98 242 10-12

SEASON LEADERS YEAR 1982 1983 1983 1980 1981 1978 1985 1981 1977 1986

NAME UN / AT 1. Joe DiPoalo 57 / 127 2. Mike Powell 74 / 88 Joe DiPoalo 55 / 107 4. Danny Rich 65 / 96 Danny Rich 59 / 102 6. Marty Mendenhall 37 / 109 7. C.D. Beck 56 / 82 8. Matt McFadden 50 / 83 9. Joe Long 48 / 84 10. Tim Evans 45 / 85

GAME LEADERS

GAME LEADERS

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

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 11.

NAME TKLS OPP. YEAR Danny Rich 23 Nevada 1980 Joe DiPoalo 22 Boise St. 1982 Joe DiPoalo 20 MSU 1982 Joe DiPoalo 20 at UTEP 1983 Curtis McGhan 19 at MSU 1981 Danny Rich 18 NAU 1981 John Kavanaugh 18 at MSU 1981 Danny Rich 17 at MSU 1981 Marty Mendenhall 17 at Boise St. 1983

NAME UN / AT Danny Rich 8 / 23 Joe DiPoalo 11 / 17 Joe DiPoalo 6 / 22 Joe DiPoalo 7 / 20 Danny Rich 6 / 18 Tim Evans 15 / 8 Curtis McGhan 4 / 19 Marty Mendenhall 6 / 17 Matt McFadden 15 / 8 Anthony Morales 8 / 15 Danny Rich 5 / 17

TOT. YEAR 184 1982 162 1985 162 1983 161 1981 161 1980 146 1983 138 1988 133 2003 132 1986 130 1977

Tot Opp. 31 Nevada ‘80 28 Nevada ‘82 28 Boise St ‘83 27 MSU ‘82 24 at NAU ‘80 23 Utah St. ‘77 23 at MSU ‘81 23 BSU ‘83 23 ISU ‘01 23 UM ‘12 22 at MSU ‘81

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Name Sacks 1. Brady Fosmark 32.5 2. Jason Jensen 25 3. Kevin Linehan 22.5 4. Shane Barkdull 21.5 5. Eric Weston 19 6. David Stroshine 17 7. Obie Spanic 16 8. Robb Akey 15 Mike Lee 15 10. Trevor Pletcher 14.5

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

Name Sacks Eric Weston 13 Brady Fosmark 12.5 Otto Ribary 11 Kevin Linehan 10.5 Jason Jensen 10 Obie Spanic 10 Brian Edmisten 9 Kris Heindel 8 Mike Lee 8 Shane Barkdull 8 Brady Fosmark 8

Years 2002-05 1992-95 2006-09 00, 03-05 1996-97 1995-98 1991-94 1984-87 1984-87 2009-12

1. 7.

Name Sacks Kris Heindel 4 Otto Ribary 4 Jacob Belmont 4 Weston Weaver 4 Brian Edmisten 4 Trevor Pletcher 4 Kris Heindel 3 Robb Akey 3 Mark Russell 3 Kevin Lapa 3 Mike Humiston 3 Brady Fosmark 3 Brady Fosmark 3 Ryan Eastman 3

1. 3. 6. 7.

Year 1997 2003 1979 2008 1994 1994 1998 1990 1986 2005 2005

GAME LEADERS

FUMBLE RECOVERIES

CAREER LEADERS

SEASON LEADERS

FORCED FUMBLES

Opp. Year Idaho St. 90 Portland St. 77 MT Tech 94 at PSU 96 CS-North. 98 Idaho State 11 at Wyoming 90 Boise St. 87 at MSU 85 NAU 83 Idaho St. 78 at EWU 03 Idaho St. 03 at EWU 09

Name Brady Fosmark Beau Hadley Kevin Linehan Troy Juergens Matt McFadden Mike Lee Mike Powell Joe DiPoalo Mike Humiston Derrick Beatty Jason Jensen Weston Weaver

FF 9 8 7 7 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 5

CAREER LEADERS Years 2002-05 2006-09 2006-09 1987-90 2000-03 1984-87 1982-85 1982-83 1977-80 1991-94 1992-95 1995-97

Name Shane Barkdull Dennis Duncanson Keenan Gordon Michael Thompson Kevin Linehan Charles Boughton Tim Otton Dave Palaniuk Marty Mendenhall Vic Fletcher Curtis McGhan Doug Battershill

FR 8 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Years 00, 03-05 1977-78 1997-00 1997-00 2006-09 2001-02 1989-92 1988-90 1982-83 1981-82 1978-81 1977-78

Name Troy Juergens Beau Hadley Kevin Linehan Mike Lee Mike Powell Joe DiPoalo Mike Humiston

FF 7 5 5 4 4 4 4

SEASON LEADERS Year 1989 2008 2008 1985 1985 1983 1978

GAME LEADERS 1.

1. 2. 5.

SEASON LEADERS 1. 2. 3.

Name David Stroshine Mike Lee Mike Powell Bill Grilz Matt McFadden Brady Fosmark Beau Hadley Kevin Linehan

FF 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Opp. Year St. Mary’s 95 atMSU 85 Montana 84 at MSU 79 Idaho St. 01 at St. Mary’s 03 at NAU 08 at NAU 08

1. 2.

Name Shane Barkdull Dave Palaniuk Vic Fletcher Dennis Duncanson Kelly Felkins C.D. Beck Joe Long Mike Lee Marty Mendenhall Curtis McGhan Cam McKnight Doug Battershill Michael Thompson Charles Boughton

FR 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Year 2005 1990 1982 1977 1995 1989 1986 1984 1983 1980 1978 1977 1999 2001

GAME LEADERS 1.

Name FR Robb Akey 2 Mike Lee 2 Vic Fletcher 2 Curtis McGhan 2 Jeff Moore 2 Mike Humiston 2 Doug Battershill 2 Tim Odland 2

Danny Mullarkey 2

Opp. Year E. Wash. 87 MSU 84 at Boise St. 82 MSU 80 at No. Iowa 80 at Idaho St. 79 Utah St. 77 MT Tech 03

McNeese St. 12

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BLOCKED KICKS CAREER LEADERS

CAREER LEADERS Name Breakups 1. Junior Baker 26 2. Ian Franklin 22 3. Josh Morris 19 4 Wade Davis 18 5. David James 16 Terrell Cloud 16 Dewey Crayton 16 Calvin Hampton 16 9. Faron Creighton 15 Matt McFadden 15 Derrick Beatty 15 12. Scotty Goodloe 14 Jody Marshall 14 Mark Hood 14 Michael Thompson 14

Years 1994-97 1993-96 2007-09 1997-99 2010-12 2004-08 2002-05 1985-88 2007-10 2000-03 1991-94 2005-08 1987-90 1991-93 1997-00

SEASON LEADERS 1. 2. 4.

Name Breakups Austin Peters 11 Juron Junior 10 Matt McFadden 10 Junior Baker 9 Dave Costantino 9 Scott Shields 9 Michael Thompson 9 James McCowan 9 Curlee Dorn 9 Scotty Goodloe 9 Josh Morris 9 Faron Creighton 9

Year 1989 2000 2003 1996 1991 1997 2000 2004 2005 2008 2008 2010

GAME LEADERS 1. 2. 4.

Name PBUps Faron Creighton 5 Mike Powell 4 Matt McFadden 4 Scott Shields 3 Austin Peters 3 Maurice Jackson 3 Jody Marshall 3 Rich Willis 3 Rich Willis 3 John Richards 3 Ray Franklin 3

Opp. Year at ISU 10 at MSU 85 So. Utah 03 at PSU 96 EWU 89 Boise St. 89 at Marshall 87 NAU 87 Montana 86 Montana 86 at NAU 78

Name 1. Caldwell Taylor 2. Derek Johnson Darryl Pollard Reid Leland 5. Ty Sparrow Shane Barkdull Demario Franklin Joel Barrow Rob Hitchcock Cam McKnight 11. Junior Crockett Larry Anderson Obie Spanic Tom Smith Adam Casto Wade Davis David Stroshine Jason Allen Bryce Scanlon Trevor Pletcher

BK 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Years 2008-09, 11 2005-08 1982-85 1988-92 2006-07 2000, 03-05 2002 94, 97-00 1992-94 1977-78 1981-84 1990-92 1991-94 1992-95 1997-98 1997-99 1995-98 1997-00 2006-08 2009-12

SEASON LEADERS

1. 4.

Name Caldwell Taylor Demario Franklin Cam McKnight Derek Johnson Ty Sparrow Shane Barkdull Jason Allen Joel Barrow Wade Davis Adam Casto David Stroshine Tom Smith Obie Spanic Larry Anderson Reid Leland Darryl Pollard Darryl Pollard Junior Crockett

BKs Year 4 2011 3 2002 3 1973 2 2006 2 2006 2 2000 / 03-05 2 1999 2 1998 2 1997 2 1997 2 1997 2 1994 2 1993 2 1992 2 1989 2 1985 2 1984 2 1983

GAME LEADERS

NAME 1. Larry Anderson

BK 2

Opp. MSU 92

PENALTIES

Season:........... 124................................... 1985 Game:............... 16....................... (Five Times) Most Recent: ............ vs. No. Arizona in 1985.

PENALTY YARDS

Season:....... 1,064 ................................. 1997 Game:............. 174 ..... at Portland State 1970

FUMBLES

Season:............. 46................................... 1970 Game:................. 8.............Bemidji State 1978

FUMBLES LOST

Season:............. 27................................... 1971 Game:................. 5............Bemidji State 1978 5...............So. Oregon 1963

FUMBLES RECOVERED

Season:............. 30................................... 1972 Game:................. 8.............. Montana St. 1972

TOTAL TURNOVERS

Season:.......................... 48......................... 1979 .21 Fumbles / 27 Interceptions Game:.............................. 7.... at Montana 1979 7...... at Nevada 1979

BEST RUSHING DEFENSE

Season:.................... 862 ......... 95.5 ypg - 1965

BEST PASSING DEFENSE

Season:...................... 96 ......... 88.5 ypg - 1963

BEST TOTAL DEFENSE

Season:

............ 1,790 ........ 198.8 ypg -1965

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS

10 - Starting with the 7th game in 1967 (19-7 @ Idaho State) and ending with the 6th game in1968 (23-16 vs. Idaho State in Ogden). ... The string was snapped in a 42-50 loss at Idaho.

MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES

9 - Starting with the last game of the 1974 season (7-20 at Utah State) and ending with the 8th game of the 1975 season 10-17 at Northridge State). The string was broken with a 40-40 tie vs. Idaho in Ogden.

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NO. OF HOME GAMES

1962 6,712

HOME RECORD

963 1 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

15,473 11,862 35,293 35,506 47,861 38,523 61,568

4 4 5 6 4 6 4 6

AVERAGE ATTENDANCE

1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

53,596 65,928 41,336 56,726 37,718 57,807 29,750 50,129 43,031 35,314

6 6 5 5 5 7 4 6 5 5

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

8,933 10,988 8,267 11,345 7,544 8,258 7,438 8,355 8,606 7,062

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

1980 981 1 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

61,517 64,619 39,426 50,204 42,307 48,647 36,704 60,415 40,329 31,204

5 6 5 5 6 6 5 6 6 6

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

12,303 10,770 7,885 10,041 7,051 8,108 7,341 10,069 6,715 5,201

4-7 7-4 4-7 6-5 5-6 6-5 3-8 10-3 5-6 3-8

1990 991 1 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

32,165 37,601 42,006 33,681 64,267 54,455 44,928 50,194 52,355 42,966

4 6 5 7 5 6 5 6 6 6

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

8,041 6,267 8,401 4,812 12,853 9,076 8,986 8,366 8,726 7,161

5-6 8-4 6-5 7-4 5-6 6-5 7-4 6-5 6-5 4-7

2000 42,043 001 2 32,065 2002 40,374 2003 50,995 2004 34,735 2005 50,757 2006 35,976 2007 20,460 2008 41,461 2009 32,500 2010 34,564

6 5 5 7 6 5 6 5 6 5 5

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

7,007 6,413 8,075 7,285 5,789 10,151 5,996 4,092 6,910 6,500 6,913

2011 42,435 2012 37,078

5 5

3-2 0-5

8,487 7,416

YEAR

TOTAL ATTENDANCE

TOTALS 2,108,960

277

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

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1,678 3,095 2,372 5,882 8,877 7,977 9,631 10,261

7,614

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

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

5-6 2-9

264-284-3

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ELIZABETH DEE SHAW STEWART STADIUM

STADIUM RECORDS

Located on a hillside above the city of Ogden, and with the waters of the Great Salt Lake shimmering in the distance, there are few stadiums anywhere Overall Record.................................................................................... 170-107-2 (.612) which can match the natural surroundings as well as Elizabeth Dee Shaw Stewart Stadium located on Most Points by Weber State.........................................74 vs. Portland State / 1965 the campus of Weber State University. With recent improvements and upgrades, Stewart Stadium is Big Sky...................................................................... 67 vs. Northern Arizona / 1993 now one of the finest stadiums in all of Division I Most Points by an Opponent.............................. 59 by Eastern Washington / 1991 FCS football. In 2011 a new state-of-the-art artificial turf field Big Sky.................................................................. 59 by Eastern Washington / 1991 and a new track were installed at Stewart Stadium, thanks to a generous donation from Robert and An- Most Combined Points..... 122: Weber State: 63 Eastern Washington: 59 / 1991 nette Marquardt. A new efficient lighting system has also been installed which has created more light on Fewest Combined Points................7: Western State: 7 Weber State: 0 / 1964 nighttime events. Weber State opened a new 38,000 square foot Sky Largest WSU Win Margin.................................. 68: 74-6 vs. Portland State / 1965 Suites & Press Box complex in 2001. The facility in- Largest WSU Losing Margin............................................. 56: 0-56 vs. Idaho / 1993 cludes 26 sky suites, club seating, a press box facility for media and game operations as well as meeting Most Stadium Wins in a Season............................................................ 6: (1997 6-0) spaces. The Sky Suites and Press Box complex was built thanks to a generous donation from the Stewart Longest Stadium Win Streak....................... 9: (All 5 games of 1991, first 4 in 1992) Education Foundation. Since opening in 2001 the facility has hosted many campus and community Longest Stadium Losing Streak.........................................6: (all six games in 2004) meetings and events, as well as weddings, dances and other outside events. Stewart Stadium seats 17,500 fans and is also the home of the Weber State Athletic Department offices. The facility also features a study area specifically for 3 2005 Weber State 61 Western State 0 17,593 all WSU student-athletes. Full football locker rooms 1. Sept and new training rooms also add to the amenities of 2. Sept. 15 1973 Utah State 10 Weber State 3 17,312 the stadium. Weber State 27 Montana 20 16,954 Stewart Stadium has been the home of Weber State 3. Sept. 26 1998 football and track and field long since the 1950’s when 4. Sept. 26 1981 Weber State 31 Portland State 16 16,841 the new campus of then Weber Junior College was built. The stadium was one of the first structures 5. *Oct. 24 1994 Montana 35 Weber State 20 16,547 built on the new campus. In 1966, the west stands 6. Sept. 23 1972 Weber State 26 Idaho 10 16,134 were added. In addition to Wildcat Athletic events Stewart Stadium 7. Sept. 12 1981 Weber State 42 Idaho 21 15,896 has hosted numerous community events including Weber State 33 Southern Utah 32 15,753 concerts and religious performances. In 1998 the 9. Sept. 13 1997 band Metallica performed. In the summer of 2010 9. Oct. 15 1983 Weber State 28 Idaho 10 15,632 the stadium was filled to capacity for a community Weber State 41 Montana State 13 14,746 religious stadium FOOTBALL has been home 10. Sept. 17 1994 2011performance. WEBER The STATE to motor cross events, lacrosse games and has hosted *Day game the Utah State High School football championships.

LARGEST CROWDS

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W E B E R S TAT E W I L D C AT AT H L E T I C S Weber State University sponsors 16 NCAA athletic teams. WSU is a charter member of the Big Sky Conference since the league’s inception in 1963. The 2012-13 season marked the 50th anniversary of Weber State Athletics as a Division I institution.

Weber State sponsors seven men’s sports: basketball, football, tennis, golf, cross country, Indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field. There are nine women’s sports: basketball, volleyball, soccer, softball, tennis, golf, cross country, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field. A total of 142 Wildcats earned Big Sky AllConference honors in the last two seasons. In addition, 139 Wildcats earned Big Sky Academic AllConference honors in 2012-13. Two Wildcat track and field athletes, Sarah Callister and Amber Henry, earned Academic All-American honors. Two-thirds of Weber State student-athletes have a G.P.A. of 3.0 or better. During the 202-13 season the Weber State women’s cross country team repeated as Big Sky Champions and captured the NCAA Mountain Region title. Amber Henry earned All-American honors in cross country and track and field. The WSU men’s basketball team completed an historic season, posting a 30-7 record, setting a conference record for most wins in a season. The Wildcats also led the nation in field goal percentage and three-point field goal percentage. Former WSU All-American Damian Lillard was named the 2013 NBA Rookie of the Year with the Portland Trail Blazers. Weber State has won the Big Sky Conference Presidents Cup trophy four times. The ‘Cats won the Cup in 2003, 2004, 2008 and 2009. Weber State has claimed the most titles in both the men’s and women’s Big Sky All-Sports Trophy race. The Wildcat men have captured 16 Men’s All-Sports titles, including capturing the title in 2009 and 2010. The WSU women have won nine Women’s All-Sports trophies.


W E B E R S TAT E HEAD COACHES

MaryKay Amicone

Jim Blaidell

Tim Crompton

Jonas Ehrlin

Softball

Women’s Track and Field

Women’s Soccer

Women’s Tennis

Scott Erling

Brad Ferreria

Bethann Ord

Tom Peterson

Paul Pilkington

Men’s Golf

Men’s Tennis

Women’s Basketball

Women’s Volleyball

Men’s & Women’s Cross Country

Randy Rahe

Jody Sears

Jeff Smith

Dan Walker

Men’s Basketball

Football

Women’s Golf

Men’s Track and Field


DR. CHARLES A. WIGHT PRESIDENT WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY

Charles A. “Chuck” Wight took office as the 12th president of Weber State University on Jan. 1, 2013. A distinguished scholar and academic leader, he has more than 28 years of experience in higher education. Prior to his appointment at Weber State, Wight served three years as dean of the Graduate School at the University of Utah, where he was also the associate vice president for Academic Affairs. Wight, who grew up in northern Virginia, received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 1977 from the University of Virginia and a doctoral degree in chemistry in 1982 from the California Institute of Technology. After a two-year stint as a postdoctoral research associate in the University of Colorado’s Department of Chemistry, he joined the faculty of the University of Utah. There, he rose through the ranks, becoming a full professor of chemistry in 1993 and going on to serve as associate dean of Undergraduate Studies, assistant vice president of Continuing Education and associate vice president of several areas, including the Graduate School, Undergraduate Studies and Continuing Education. While at the U of U, Wight was selected by students to receive the 1985 Outstanding Teaching Award in Chemistry. In 2006, senior faculty honored him with the R.W. Parry Teaching Award in Chemistry. Wight was also named an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow and was designated a fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. He is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. Wight, a physical chemist, researches the chemistry of explosives and propellants and has served as the deputy director of the University of Utah’s Center for the Simulation of Accidental Fires and Explosions. He has filed three patents and is the co-author of more than 150 peer-reviewed publications and two books. In the community, Wight has served on the board of trustees for the Academy for Math, Engineering and Science, been an advocate for the Lowell Bennion Community Service Center, and co-presented at the annual Faraday Christmas Lectures, a popular free science lecture series for children of all ages. He also has been the chief mission orientation pilot for the Utah Wing of Angel Flight West, a nonprofit charity providing free nonemergency medical transportation. Wight is married to Victoria Rasmussen, who is the manager of professional development for the Utah Education Network. He is the father of three grown children. In his free time, Wight enjoys long-distance running, flying small aircraft, and backpacking and hiking.


JERRY BOVEE

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS . Jerry Bovee is entering his fifth season as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Weber State University. He was named Director of Athletics in September 2009. Since joining the Wildcats Bovee has been influential in several facility upgrades at Weber State. A new state-of-the-art Daktronics video board was installed at the Dee Events Center, giving fans a new way to enjoy men’s and women’s basketball games. In addition, a new synthetic turf field and new track have been installed at Stewart Stadium. WSU has also refurnished the Edmond Tennis Courts on campus. He has also been involved in the hiring of new employees within the athletic department including a new Senior Woman’s Administrator, a new Marketing Director, as well as new volleyball and women’s basketball head coaches. He has also partnered with KP Sports for WSU’s corporate sponsorship opportunities. Prior to being named Athletics Director, Bovee spent two years as Assistant Vice President for Administrative Support Services at Weber State. In that role he supervised operations for the Academic Services and Athletics Compliance for the Athletics Department. In addition to his athletics department responsibilities, Bovee directed Campus Police, Mail Services, Printing Services, Environmental Health and Safety and the Dee Events Center and Stewart Stadium operations. Bovee assisted in the completion of the year-long NCAA re-certification process for the Wildcats serving as chief report writer and liaison to the NCAA Peer Review Team. In addition, he has supervised the initiative to improve the Academic Performance Ratings for Weber State’s 16 athletic teams. Before coming to Weber State, Bovee served as Assistant Director of the Utah High School Activities Association where he supervised the sports of football, boy’s basketball, softball, tennis and wrestling. His duties included organization and management of state tournaments, coaches and officials education programs, sport rules interpretation and a myriad of other duties related to the administration and governance of sports and activities at the high school level throughout Utah. While at the UHSAA, Jerry served as vice-chair of the National Federation of State High School Associations football rules committee. Bovee worked as Sales and Promotion Specialist and later as Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Promotions at Utah State from 1992 to 1995. In that role, he directed the corporate sales program for Aggie Athletics. In addition, he developed group and corporate ticketing plans, in-game promotions and other game management programs. Bovee earned a bachelor’s degree in Business-Finance from Utah State University in 1992. In 2010 he earned a master’s degree in Business Administration from Weber State. He was born and raised in Ogden Utah and attended Ben Lomond High School. Bovee and his wife Julie have four children: Jared, Ethan, Addison and Seth.


DR. NORM TARBOX

VICE PRESIDENT ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES Dr. Norm Tarbox is Weber State’s Vice-President for Administrative Services. He began his service at WSU in 2002. A native of Taylorsville, Utah, Dr. Tarbox graduated from Cottonwood High School and attended Snow College where he played on the baseball team. Tarbox graduated from BYU with a BA degree in Communications where he was named the “Outstanding Student” of the Communications department. He later obtained an MBA from BYU. He went on to earn an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah. Dr. Tarbox came to WSU from the Utah State Board of Regents where he worked in various capacities for 10 years. He served as the Assistant Commissioner for Student Financial Aid, Assistant Commissioner for Finance and Facilities and Associate Commissioner for Finance and Facilities. From 1993 to 1996, he worked in the governor’s office as a budget and planning analyst. His wife, Maurie, completed a bachelor’s degree in Music Performance. She and their four children have performed in Utah Musical Theatre productions at Weber State.

AMY CROSBIE

ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR Amy Crosbie was named the Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator at Weber State University in March of 2010. Prior to being named Associate Athletic Director, Crosbie spent the past 7 years as the Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Services at Utah State where she was an Academic Advisor and the CHAMPS Life Skills Director for the Department of Athletics. During her time at Utah State she fulfilled academic duties for Men’s Basketball, Men’s Golf, Women’s Softball, Soccer, Volleyball and Men’s and Women’s Track and Field. She also chaired the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and taught an athletics section of connections, USU 1010, which is taught to all incoming student-athletes during the Fall semester. She currently serves on the DIA National CHAMPS Board and was a two-time NCAA Regional Leadership Facilitator. She is currently a mentor to new CHAMPS coordinators for the NCAA/CHAMPS Life Skills Program, now known as NCAA Student-Athlete Affairs. Crosbie, who graduated from Utah State University in 2002 with a degree in Family and Consumer science, spent two years as an assistant coach for the Aggies Volleyball program prior to working in academics. Crosbie was a four-year letter winner for Utah State’s volleyball team from 1997-2000 as an outside hitter and helped lead the Aggies to their first-ever NCAA Tournament in 2000 as USU advanced to the second round. . As the Associate Athletic Director, Crosbie oversee’s Compliance, Academics, Strength and Conditioning, and is a sport administrator for the following sports; Men’s and Women’s Golf and Men’s and Women’s Tennis. Crosbie was born and raised in Visalia, California and attended Redwood High School. Amy and her husband Jeff have two daughters and one son.


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