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FOOTBALL

QUICK FACTS
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
QUICK FACTS
FOUNDED: 1890
NICKNAME: Cougars
COLORS: Crimson and Gray
CONFERENCE: Pac-12
ENROLLMENT: 19,756
LOCATION:
P. O. Box 641602
Pullman, WA 99164-1602
STADIUM: Martin Stadium (32,952 - Field Turf)
INTERIM PRESIDENT: Dr. Daniel J. Bernardo
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bill Moos
FACULTY ATHLETIC REP: Ken Casavant
TICKET OFFICE: 509-335-9626, 800-GO-COUGS
GENERAL DEPARTMENT: 509-335-0311
WSU ATHLETICS FAX: 509-335-5197
WSU FOOTBALL OFFICE: 509-335-0250
WSU ATHLETICS WEBSITE: www.wsucougars.com
WSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS
OFFICE ADDRESS:
Bohler Athletic Complex 195
Pullman, WA 99164-1602
OFFICE PHONE: 509-335-COUG
OFFICE FAX: 509-335-0267
MARTIN STADIUM PRESS BOX: 509-335-COUG
ASSOC. A.D./ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS: Bill Stevens
OFFICE PHONE: 509-335-4294
CELL: 916-761-7005
EMAIL: wsstevens@wsu.edu
SPORTS: Football, Womens Tennis
ASST. DIRECTOR: Bobby Alworth
OFFICE PHONE: 509-335-5785
CELL: 951-452-6129
EMAIL: bobby.alworth@wsu.edu
SPORTS: Football, Baseball, Swimming
ASST. DIRECTOR: Linda Chalich
OFFICE PHONE: 509-335-0268
EMAIL: lindak@wsu.edu
SPORTS: Volleyball, Cross Country, Track & Field
ASST. DIRECTOR: Jim Crawford
OFFICE PHONE: 509-335-0265
EMAIL: j.crawford@wsu.edu
SPORTS: Womens Soccer, Womens Basketball
ASST. DIRECTOR: Jessica Holmes
OFFICE PHONE: 509-335-0255
EMAIL: jessica_schmick@wsu.edu
SPORTS: Mens Basketball, Mens and Womens Golf, Rowing

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
QUICK FACTS
2-4
MARTIN STADIUM
5-20
COACHING STAFF/SUPPORT STAFF
21-26 2015 SPRING ROSTERS
27-54
PLAYER PROFILES
55-66 2014 SEASON REVIEW
67-78
YEARLY RESULTS/ALL-TIME RESULTS
79-86
BOWL HISTORY
RECORD BOOK/ALL-TIME COACHES
87-106
107-114
AWARDS/NFL DRAFT
ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
115-128
129-132 ADMINISTRATION
133-135
MEDIA INFORMATION

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY


COACHING STAFF
HEAD COACH: Mike Leach (BYU 83)
CAREER RECORD (Years): 96-68 (13)
WSU RECORD (Years): 12-25 (3)
STAFF:
Dave Emerick, Senior Associate A.D./Chief of Staff, 4th Year
Alex Grinch, Defensive Coordinator, 1st Year
Graham Harrell, Outside Receivers, 1st Year
Antonio Huffman, Director of Football Operations, 4th Year
Jason Loscalzo, Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach, 4th Year
Roy Manning, Outside Linebackers, 1st Year
Jim Mastro, Running Backs, 4th Year
Clay McGuire, Offensive Line, 4th Year
Eric Mele, Special Teams, 1st Year
Joe Salavea, Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line, 4th Year
Ken Wilson, Linebackers, 3rd Year
David Yost, Inside Receivers, 3rd Year
Gordy Anderson, Offensive Analyst, 1st Year
Joel Filani, Offensive Quality Control, 1st Year
David Lose, Defensive Assistant, 5th Year
Brian Odom, Defensive Quality Control, 1st Year
Mike Bethea, Graduate Assistant - Defense, 3rd Year
Price Ferguson, Graduate Assistant - Offensive, 1st Year
Chris Reinert, Graduate Assistant - Offensive, 2nd Year
Vince Penza, Graduate Assistant - Special Teams, 1st Year
Tyson Brown, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, 2nd Year
Marco Candido, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, 8th Year
John Graves, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, 2nd Year
WSU ALL-TIME RECORD: 513-537-45 (118 Seasons)
CONFERENCE RECORD: 257-363-25
BOWL GAME RECORD: 6-5
2014 RECORD: 3-9
PAC-12 RECORD: 2-7
OFFENSE: Spread
DEFENSE: 3-4
RETURNING LETTERWINNERS: 39
DEFENSE: 20
OFFENSE: 17
SPECIAL TEAMS: 2
RETURNING STARTERS: 15
DEFENSE: 7
OFFENSE: 7
SPECIAL TEAMS: 1

DATE OPPONENT
Sept. 5 Portland State
Sept. 12 Rutgers
Sept. 19 Wyoming
Oct. 3
California *
Oct. 10 Oregon *
Oct. 17 Oregon State *
Oct. 24 Arizona *
Oct. 31 Stanford *
Nov. 7 Arizona State *
Nov. 14 UCLA *
Nov. 21 Colorado *
Nov. 27 Washington *

2015 SCHEDULE
SITE
TIME
Pullman
11 a.m. (P12N)
New Brunswick, N.J. 12:30 p.m. (ESPN2orU)
Pullman
5 p.m. (P12N)
Berkeley, Calif.
TBA
Eugene, Ore.
TBA
Pullman
TBA
Tucson, Ariz.
TBA
Pullman
TBA
Pullman
TBA
Pasadena, Calif.
TBA
Pullman
TBA
Seattle, Wash. 12:30 p.m./1 p.m. (FOX or FS1)

* Pac-12 Conference Game


Home Games in Bold

MARTIN STADIUM HISTORY


NAME: Clarence D. Martin Stadium and Academic Center
CAPACITY: 32,952
HISTORY
1892Built as Soldier Field.
1895 (November 9)WSU defeated Idaho 10-4 in the first football game on Soldier Field.
1902The field was renamed Rogers Field in honor of the Governor of the State of Washington, John R. Rogers.
1936Washington State College built a completely new football stadium, but retained the same name; the new stadium was
an all-wood structure built on concrete pilings. The field also featured new stands, an enlarged press box and an electronic
scoreboard.
1970 (April)Fire destroyed the south stands; a one-million dollar fund drive began after the decision was made to rebuild the
stands rather than relocate or build an entirely new stadium; Dan Martin, a Los Angeles businessman, gave $250,000 to the
project with the stipulation the stadium be renamed after his father, Clarence D. Martin. Clarence Martin was Governor of the
State from 1933-40.
1972 (summer)first artificial turf (Astroturf) was installed.
1972 (Sept. 30)WSU met Utah in the first game played in refurbished Martin Stadium;
1975New north (student) stands were built.
1978 (fall)Work began on the academic portion of the complex on the south side with the computer center relocating to the
complex upon completion of the project in 1979.
1979 (January)Another renovation of the stadium began to increase the seating capacity from 27,600 to 40,000; the floor of the
stadium was excavated 16 feet to add 12,400 seats; the track was removed from the stadium and relocated to the Bailey Baseball Stadium area directly north of the football complex, while a new baseball stadium was then built just south and east of Friel
Court, home of Cougar basketball; the entire project, like the one in 1970, was funded through contributions; gift-in-kind and the
purchase of stadium builder seat options; it marked the first time a collegiate football stadium had been enlarged by digging
down rather than building up; the project was also funded in part by the Martin family, with Charlotte Martin, widow of Dan
Martin, giving $250,000 to the project; a SuperTurf artificial surface was installed.
1979 (October 13)WSU celebrated Homecoming by defeating UCLA 17-13 before a record crowd of 32,651 in the first game
played in the enlarged Martin Stadium.
1990 (summer)Installed the sand-filled Omni-Turf playing surface.
2000 (summer)Installed FieldTurf in Martin Stadium and on Rogers Field.
2006 Current stadium renovation began.
2006 (summer)Replaced FieldTurf in Martin Stadium.
2008 Phase I and II completed.
2012 (summer) The $80 million Cougar Football Project, which began in Nov., 2011, replaces the old press box on the south
stands with a new structure that includes a new press box, club seats, loge boxes, luxury suites and a club room.
2013 (summer) A $3.5 million scoreboard is added to the east end of Martin Stadium.
2014 (summer) Construction began on the $61 million, 84,000-square-foot Cougar Football Complex in winter, 2013 and completed in summer, 2014. The facility provides a home for the Cougar football program, including new weight room, lockers,
equipment and training rooms for players, in addition to position meeting rooms and coaches offices. It also features a WSU
Football heritage area and a game-day home for Gray W former letter winners.

FieldTurf at WSU

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MARTIN STADIUM attendance

Martin Stadium, home of Cougar Football, and the adjacent


Rogers Field, WSUs practice facility, both received updated FieldTurf this
past summer. During the summer of 2014, FieldTurf installed its latest product
in both facilities, putting down FieldTurf Revolution Fiber, the same surface
used by the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field, the New England Patriots,
Ohio State and Notre Dame. The surfaces of both facilities feature the iconic
Cougar logo at midfield along with crimson end zones. In 2000 WSU became
just the second NCAA Division I team to install the latest innovation in
artificial playing surfaces.

40,306
40,000
40,000
40,000
40,000
40,000
38,434
37,600
37,600
37,600
37,600
37,600
37,600
37,600
37,600
37,444
37,251
37,196
36,861
36,770
36,686
36,090
35,759
35,283

11-15-97
10-17-81
11-20-82
11-17-84
11-22-86
11-19-88
9-30-89
11-23-96
11-17-90
11-21-92
10-8-94
10-15-94
11-19-94
11-9-02
11-23-02
11-2-02
11-21-98
10-10-98
10-5-02
9-19-98
11-5-94
10-21-89
10-18-97
10-6-01

WSU 38, Stanford 28


WSU 17, UCLA 17
WSU 24, UW 20
UW 38, WSU 29
UW 44, WSU 23
WSU 32, UW 31
USC 18, WSU 17
UW 31, WSU 24 (OT)
UW 55, WSU 10
WSU 42, UW 23
WSU 21, Oregon 7
Arizona 10, WSU 7
WSU 23, UW 6
WSU 32, Oregon 21
UW 29, WSU 26 (3OT)
WSU 44, ASU 22
UW 16, WSU 9
Oregon 51, WSU 29
WSU 30, USC 27 (OT)
WSU 24, Idaho 16
USC 23, WSU 10
Arizona 23, WSU 21
WSU 63, California 37
WSU 34, OSU 27

COUGAR FOOTBALL COMPLEX

84,000-square feet
State-of-the-art locker room and players lounge
Team meeting auditorium, position meeting rooms
and coaches suites

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11,153 square-foot football-only weight room


Training and equipment rooms
Cougar Football Hall of Fame and Heritage Area
Gameday home for Gray W letterwinners

COACHING STAFF

MIKE LEACH

Mike

LEACH

Head Coach
4th Year

Mike Leach begins his fourth season at Washington State University after being named the
Cougars head football coach, Nov. 30, 2011.
In 2014 Leachs offense led the nation in passing at 477.7 yards per game, the second-highest
total in FBS history, trailing only Houstons 511.3 in 1989. WSU set or tied 42 school, conference or
NCAA records during the season, including quarterback Connor Halliday who threw for an NCAA
single-game record 734 yards against California. WSU also placed five student-athletes on Pac12 All-Academic teams and five on All-Pac-12 teams during the season.
In 2013, Leachs second season at the helm of the Cougars, he guided Washington State to
the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, the first bowl game for the Cougars in a decade. Last season the
Cougars ranked fourth in the nation in passing offense, setting a school-record at 368.00 yards
per game, eclipsing the previous mark of 343.3 ypg in 1997. The Cougar offense threw for more
than 400 yards five times, including a 2013 NCAA FBSbest 557 yards at Oregon. Quarterback
Connor Halliday set WSU single-season records for passing yards (4,587), attempts (714) and
completions (449), the first WSU quarterback to surpass the 4,000-yard mark. The Cougars picked
up more national recognition as safety Deone Bucannon became WSUs first All-America firstteam selection since 2005 and was later selected as the No. 27 overall pick in NFL Draft by the
Arizona Cardinals, the first Cougar taken in the first round since 2003. The Cougars also placed
eight student-athletes on Pac-12 All-Academic teams during the season.
In his first season in Pullman, Leachs high-powered offense led the Pac-12 Conference in
passing, averaging 330.42 yards per game. That figure ranked ninth nationally and marked the
second-highest average in school history. Seven times the Cougars threw for more than 350 yards,
including the season-ending, 31-28, overtime win against Washington. In a season that produced
a 3-9 overall record, the Cougars saw a bit of a youth movement as 17 freshmen played and only
four seniors started regularly. Academically, nine Cougars received Pac-12 All-Academic honors
while the 2012 fall semester football GPA of 2.66 marked the first time the football team had been
over a 2.60 GPA for fall semester.
Leach brought a proven record of winning to Pullman. In 10 seasons as a head coach, all at
Texas Tech (2000-09) his program earned 10 bowl bids. In addition, the Susanville, Calif., native
who was raised in Cody, Wyo., recorded a school-record 84 victories during his tenure.
Leading the most prolific passing offense in the country, Leach received three national coach
of the year awards in 2008 - the Woody Hayes Award, Howie Long/Fieldturf Coach of the Year,
and George Munger Award. His offense spreads the field with his exciting brand of football and
guided Texas Tech to six NCAA passing titles and three total offense titles during his 10 seasons in
Lubbock. Leachs offense produced school records in nearly every passing category in 2000, his
first season with the Red Raiders, but surpassed those numbers in each of his next nine seasons.
During Leachs time in Lubbock, Texas, the Red Raiders increased their yards per game by
more than 150 and averaged nearly 20 points more per outing. In the passing game, Texas Tech
threw for about 300 yards more per game in the decade Leach was at the helm.
Leach led Texas Tech to one of the most memorable seasons in school history in 2008 as
the team set a program record with 11 regular-season wins en route to an 11-2 record. The win
total tied the mark, set previously by the 1953 and 1973 Red Raider squads. Numerous accolades
poured in from across the country as an unprecedented four players earned first-team AllAmerica status, in addition to Leachs three coach of the year honors. Quarterback Graham
Harrell, offensive tackle Rylan Reed and offensive guard Brandon Carter each garnered firstteam honors, while wide receiver Michael Crabtree was honored as a unanimous consensus
All-American for the second-straight season.
On the field in 2008, the Red Raiders led the nation in passing for the sixth time in Leachs ten
seasons and ranked among the top five in total offense. Harrell finished his storied career second
on the NCAA career passing yardage list with 15,793 yards. Harrell also broke the career NCAA
passing touchdowns mark with 134.
The Texas Tech program has established itself as one of the nations leading producers of
productive quarterbacks since the 2000 season. Harrell threw for 4,555 yards in his debut as the
starter in 2006 and became the sixth player and third Red Raider in NCAA history to throw for 5,000
yards in a season with his 5,705-yard effort in 2007 and 5,111 yards last season. He also is the third
quarterback under Leach to win nine games in a season and the first Red Raider in history to win
11 in a regular season. Former quarterback Kliff Kingsbury in 2002 and Cody Hodges in 2005 each
posted nine-win seasons during their careers, while 2003 and 2004 signal callers B.J. Symons and
Sonny Cumbie each won eight games in their respective seasons as the starter.
The Red Raiders improved their total offensive numbers from 324.8 yards per game to 531.0
yards per game since Leachs arrival. Leachs first nine seasons at Tech rank as the top nine alltime in total offense, while scoring went from 23 points per game in 1999 to a school-record 43.8
points in 2008. The most significant increase was in the passing game, where the Red Raiders
averaged 475.3 yards per game in 2008 compared to 175.4 yards in 1999.
The running game flourished under Leach as well. Former Red Raider Taurean Henderson
holds the NCAA career record for receptions by a running back. The Red Raiders 28 total rushing
scores in 2008 were the most for a Tech team since the 1993 team scored 30. Despite Techs

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HEAD COACHING RECORD

YEAR SCHOOL

RECORD

POSTSEASON

2000 Texas Tech

7-6 (3-5 Big 12) GalleryFurniture Bowl (L)

2001 Texas Tech

7-5 (4-4 Big 12)

Alamo Bowl (L)

2002 Texas Tech

9-5 (5-3 Big 12)

Tangerine Bowl (W)

2003 Texas Tech

8-5 (4-4 Big 12)

Houston Bowl (W)

2004 Texas Tech

8-4 (5-3 Big 12)

Holiday Bowl (W)

2005 Texas Tech

9-3 (6-2 Big 12)

Cotton Bowl (L)

2006 Texas Tech

8-5 (4-4 Big 12)

Insight Bowl (W)

2007 Texas Tech

9-4 (4-4 Big 12)

Gator Bowl (W)

2008 Texas Tech

11-2 (7-1 Big 12)

Cotton Bowl (L)

2009 Texas Tech

8-4 (5-3 Big 12)

Alamo Bowl

2012 Washington State

3-9 (1-8 Pac-12)

2013 Washington State

6-7 (4-5 Pac-12)

2014 Washington State

3-9 (2-7 Pac-12)

13 SEASONS

New Mexico Bowl (L)

96-68

5-5

COACHING ACCOLADES
11 BOWL GAME APPEARANCES
5 BOWL GAME WINS
2008 BIG 12 COACH OF THE YEAR
2008 WOODY HAYES AWARD
2008 AFCA REGIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR
2008 GEORGE MUNGER AWARD
7 NCAA PASSING TITLES
21 NFL DRAFT PICKS
2 FIRST-ROUND NFL DRAFT PICKS
22 ALL-AMERICANS
7 FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICANS
6 FRESHMEN ALL-AMERICANS
149 ALL-BIG 12 SELECTIONS
20 ALL-PAC-12 SELECTIONS
21 FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG 12 SELECTIONS
1 FIRST TEAM ALL-PAC-12 SELECTION
4 HEISMAN TROPHY TOP-10 FINALISTS
162 BIG 12 ALL-ACADEMIC SELECTIONS
22 PAC-12 ALL-ACADEMIC SELECTIONS
94 BIG 12 FIRST TEAM ALL-ACADEMIC SELECTIONS
3 PAC-12 FIRST TEAM ALL-ACADEMIC SELECTIONS
3 SAMMY BAUGH TROPHIES (NATIONS TOP QUARTERBACK)
2 NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION SCHOLAR-ATHLETES
2 AT&T PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNERS
2 FRED BILETNIKOFF AWARD WINNERS
17 EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME SELECTIONS
13 SENIOR BOWL SELECTIONS

MIKE LEACH

COACHING CAREER
2012-Present

WASHINGTON STATE
Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

2000-09

TEXAS TECH

Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

1999

OKLAHOMA

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

1997-98

KENTUCKY

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

1992-96

VALDOSTA STATE

Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line (1994-96)

Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers/Quarterbacks (1992-93)

1989-91

1989

1988

IOWA WESLEYAN
Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line
PORI, FINLAND (EUROPEAN LEAGUE)
Head Coach
COLLEGE OF THE DESERT (CALIF.)

Linebackers
1987

CAL POLY
Offensive Line

EDUCATION
Masters
Juris Doctor
Bachelors
offense revolving around the pass, Leach did a tremendous job of incorporating the
running back position into the mix. Henderson finished his career with 303 receptions,
which ranks first in NCAA history among running backs and fourth overall.
The Red Raiders were not known solely for their play on the scoring side of the
ball. The Texas Tech defense also flourished during Leachs 10 seasons. Texas Tech
held opponents without an offensive touchdown a dozen times under Leach, including
seven shutouts. Three of the whitewashes came in 2000 when the Red Raiders tied for
the national lead.
The play of the special teams also improved with each season. Former placekicker
Alex Trlica holds the NCAA record with 233 career extra points and another record
for extra points made without a miss. He finished with 377 career points, which ranks
among the top 10 in NCAA history among kickers. While leading the Red Raiders to 76
wins in his nine seasons, Leach is the only coach in school history to lead ten teams
to bowl games.
Although Leachs presence was felt throughout the team, it also was beneficial for
the players individually. In addition to picking up the Sammy Baugh Trophy in 2007,
Harrell was the recipient of the National Football Foundation and College Football
Hall of Fames Post-Graduate Scholarship and was one of 15 players selected as a
candidate for the prestigious Draddy Award, the academic Heisman. Harrell also
ranked fourth in the 2008 Heisman voting, while Crabtree was fifth. Symons was the
second Tech quarterback to receive The Touchdown Club of Columbus Sammy Baugh
Trophy (Kingsbury in 2002).
Kingsbury, a 2002 All-Big 12 first-team quarterback and sixth-round draft pick of the
New England Patriots, led the Big 12 Conference in several passing categories during
his final three seasons and was a Heisman Trophy candidate in 2002. He also was
named the Verizon Academic All-American of the Year for football and was awarded
an $18,000 postgraduate scholarship by the National Football Foundation and College
Hall of Fame.
In 2004, inside receiver Trey Haverty became Techs first Associated Press AllAmerican since Montae Reagor in 1998, when he was selected to the third team. Free
safety Dwayne Slay earned first-team All-America honors from Sports Illustrated in
2005, marking the first in seven seasons. Slay was one of the countrys most punishing
tacklers that year and led the conference and finished second nationally with eight
forced fumbles.
Leach has coached several players who have gone on to the NFL. While at Tech,
18 players have been drafted and 21 others have signed free agent contracts. In the
spring of 2009, four players were selected among the first four rounds of the NFL Draft,
marking the most successful draft for Texas Tech in the Leach era. Crabtree became
the highest draft pick at No. 10, since Gabe Rivera in 1983. Crabtree, selected by the
San Francisco 49ers, is the highest drafted Tech receiver since Dave Parks went No.
1 overall in 1964.
Safety Darcel McBath was selected by the Denver Broncos in the second round,
while offensive lineman Louis Vasquez was taken in the third by San Diego. Defensive
end Brandon Williams went to the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth.
The program made strides academically as well under Leach. During his 10 years,
Tech was recognized as one of the nations top institutions for consistently being
above a 70 percent graduation rate, according to the American Football Coaches

U.S. SPORTS ACADEMY, 88


PEPPERDINE, 86
BYU, 83

Association.
Prior to coming on board at Texas Tech, Leach, in just one season at Oklahoma,
directed a Sooner offense that went from one of the worst in the Big 12 Conference to
one of the best. Under Leachs tutelage, Josh Heupel was named 1999 Big 12 Offensive
Newcomer of the Year. For his efforts, Leach was nominated for the 1999 Broyles
Award as the top assistant coach in the country.
Leach guided an Oklahoma offense that went from 11th in the Big 12 in 1998 to first
in 1999 and 101st in the nation to 11th. In just one year, OUs total offense numbers
improved from 293.3 to 427.2 yards per game.
The rise in passing and scoring offense categories is just as impressive. Oklahoma
went from last to first in the Big 12 in passing offense in one year, from 107th in the
country to ninth. Under Leach, the Sooners improved from 109.9 yards passing per
game to 321.7 yards per game.
In 1998, Oklahoma was last in the Big 12 and 101st in the country in scoring offense
at 16.7 points per game. In 1999, the Sooners improved to second in the league and
eighth in the country in scoring at 36.8 points per game, an increase of just over 20
points per game.
Under Leach, the Oklahoma offense set six Big 12 Conference and 17 OU records.
The Sooners were one of only two schools in the nation to have six players with 20 or
more receptions in 1999.
Prior to joining Bob Stoops Oklahoma staff, Leach served as offensive coordinator
for Hal Mumme at the University of Kentucky and Valdosta (Ga.) State University. For
two years at Kentucky under Mumme, Leach coached the Kentucky Air Raid offense
that was one of the most explosive in Southeastern Conference history. Under Mumme
and Leach, the Kentucky offense set six NCAA records, 41 Southeastern Conference
records and 116 school records in 22 games.
Leachs Kentucky offense featured the talented Tim Couch, who passed for 4,275
yards and 34 touchdowns as a senior and was the top pick of the 1999 NFL Draft.
Named 1996 Division II Offensive Coordinator of the Year by American Football
Quarterly magazine, Leach helped Mumme lead Valdosta State to a 40-17-1 record.
The 1993 Blazer offense smashed 66 school records, 22 conference records and seven
national records. In 1994, Valdosta State advanced to the Division II playoffs with
Leachs offense shattering 80 school records, 35 conference records and seven more
national marks.
Leach and Mumme first teamed up at Iowa Wesleyan College in 1989. From 1989
to 1991 Leach served as offensive coordinator and line coach for an offense that led
the NAIA in passing yardage one season and finished second the other two. Iowa
Wesleyan quarterbacks passed for more than 11,000 yards in Leachs three seasons
and broke 26 national records.
Leach also has made coaching stops in Pori, Finland, where he served as a head
coach in the European Football League (1989), as well as one-year stints at College of
the Desert (1988) and Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo (1987).
After graduating with honors from BYU in 1983, Leach earned a masters degree
from the U.S. Sports Academy and his law degree from Pepperdine University, where
he graduated in the top one-third of his class.
The oldest of six siblings, Leach and his wife, Sharon, are the parents of four
children; Janeen, Kim, Cody and Kiersten.

COACHING STAFF

Alex
GRINCH

Defensive Coordinator
1st Year

Alex Grinch was named the defensive coordinator at Washington State University
Jan. 14, 2015. In addition to his defensive coordinator role, Grinch will coach the
secondary.
Grinch spent the last three seasons at Missouri where he coached safeties, helping
Missouri to a 23-5 record over the past two years, two SEC East Division titles, a Citrus
Bowl victory over Minnesota and a Cotton Bowl victory over Oklahoma State in 2014.
Grinchs safeties played a key role in Missouris defensive improvement in 2014, as
they combined to grab six of the Tigers 12 interceptions on the year - led by senior SS
Braylon Webbs team-high four picks. Webb earned Second-Team All-SEC honors for
his 2014 season which included 69 tackles.
The 2013 season saw improved play from the Tiger safeties, which helped Missouris
defense be one of the most disruptive units in the country and earn the first of twostraight SEC East Division titles. Grinchs safeties combined for five interceptions,
including three from Webb, who ranked second on the team with 89 tackles and seven
pass break ups.
Grinchs first year at Missouri saw him get solid play from his starting safeties
Kenronte Walker and Webb. Walker finished the 2012 season with 71 tackles (fifth on
the team) and won the first-ever SEC Defensive Player of the Week honors for a Tiger
player.
Prior to Missouri, Grinch spent three seasons coaching the Wyoming secondary.
Three of his Cowboy defensive backs earned postseason honors in 2011, as Wyoming
reached a bowl game for the second time in his three years in Laramie. Wyoming
concluded the 2011 regular season ranked No. 34 in the nation in pass defense,
allowing only 202.2 yards passing per game, and ranked No. 1 in the Mountain West
and tied for No. 5 in the NCAA in most turnovers gained (31 total).
During his time in Laramie, Grinch coached two Freshman All-Americans, six AllMountain West Conference recipients and five MWC All-Academic honorees. Two
of his players, Chris Prosinski and Tashaun Gipson, remain in the NFL with Prosinski
being a fourth round-round selection by Jacksonville in 2011 and Gipson spending the
past three seasons with Cleveland, earning a Pro Bowl selection in 2014.
Grinch coached at New Hampshire for four seasons from 2005-08. In his first two
seasons he coached the cornerbacks before being promoted to secondary coach
and recruiting coordinator for the 2007-08 seasons. At UNH the Wildcats posted
a combined 37-13 record and reached the FCS playoffs four times, including three
quarterfinal appearances and a No. 7 ranking in the final FCS Coaches Poll of 2008.
He coached four players to a total of six all-conference honors, including cornerback
Corey Graham, who was a fifth-round selection of the Chicago Bears in the 2007 NFL
Draft and was a 2012 NFL Pro Bowl selection.
Prior to New Hampshire, Grinch was the defensive graduate assistant coach
at Missouri for the 2003 and 2004 campaigns, and was an administrative graduate
assistant at Missouri for the 2002 season.
Grinch enjoyed an outstanding college playing career at Mount Union College in
Alliance, Ohio. He was a member of three NCAA Division III National Championship
teams at Mount Union in 1998, 2000 and 2001. Over his four-year career, Grinchs Mount
Union teams posted a 54-1 record and won four-consecutive Ohio Athletic Conference
Championships. His senior season of 2001, he was named a Third Team All-America
safety by D3football.com and a First Team Academic All-Conference selection.
Grinch and his wife, Rebecca, have two children, a son, Tyler, and a daughter, Corbi.

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COACHING CAREER
2015-Present

2012-14

WASHINGTON STATE
Defensive Coordinator / Secondary
MISSOURI

Safeties
2009-11

WYOMING

Secondary
2005-08

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Secondary / Recruiting Coordinator (2007-08)

Cornerbacks (2005-06)

2002-04

MISSOURI
Graduate Assistant

EDUCATION
Bachelors

MOUNT UNION, 02

PLAYING CAREER

1998-2001

MOUNT UNION

Safety
Three-time NCAA Divison III National Champion (1998, 2000, 2001)

Third Team All-American (2001)

First Team Academic All-Conference

COACHING STAFF

Graham
HARRELL

Outside Receivers
1st Year

Graham Harrell was promoted to outside receivers coach in February, 2015 after
spending one season as an offensive analyst, assisting the Cougar offense with film
breakdown, player evaluations and game planning.
Harrell spent the 2010 season in Canadian Football League before spending three
seasons (2010-12) with the Green Bay Packers, earning a Super Bowl in ring in 2010.
Harrell was a record-setting quarterback at Texas Tech University from 2004-08
for Cougar head coach Mike Leach, finishing his career with an NCAA-record 134
touchdown passes, the second-most career yards (15,793) in NCAA history and with
the third-highest career passing average with 350.96 yards-per-game.
As a junior, the Ennis, Texas native was an All-Big-12 Conference second team
selection and Gator Bowl MVP, finishing the year with a school-record 5,707 passing
yards, the second-highest season total ever in the NCAA FBS ranks, to go along with
his 48 touchdown passes. In each of his three seasons as a starter, his passing yardage
figures placed in the Top 25 all-time at the FBS level (21st in 2006 with 4,555 yards and
sixth in 2008 with 5,111 yards). As a senior, Harrell was named AT&Ts All-America
Player of the Year, and was a First-Team All-American after leading the country with
5,111-passing yards while tossing 45 touchdowns and only nine interceptions.
Harrell earned his bachelors degree in history in 2007. Harrell and his wife, Brittney
have one son, Herschel.

COACHING CAREER
2014-Present

WASHINGTON STATE

Oustide Receivers

Offensive Analyst (2014)

EDUCATION
Bachelors

2010-12

2010
2004-08

TEXAS TECH, 07

PLAYING CAREER
GREEN BAY PACKERS
2010 Super Bowl Champion
SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS
TEXAS TECH

Quarterback

Fourth in 2008 Heisman Trophy Voting

2008 AT&T All-America Player of the Year

2008 First-Team All-American

NCAA-Record 134 Career Touchdown Passes

Two-Time All-Big-12

Three-Time Academic All-Big-12

COACHING STAFF

Roy
MANNING

Outside Linebackers
1st Year

Roy Manning joined the Washington State coaching staff as the outside linebackers
coach in January, 2015.
Manning arrived in Pullman after serving the past two seasons at his alma mater,
the University of Michigan, serving as the cornerbacks coach in 2014 after coaching
the outside linebackers in 2013. Under his direction, Michigans SAM linebackers Cam
Gordon and Jake Ryan combined for 70 tackles, 13 tackles for loss and five sacks in
2013 while defensive back Raymond Taylor earned 2014 All-Big Ten honors in 2014.
Prior to arriving back in Ann Arbor, Manning served as the running backs coach at
the University of Cincinnati in 2012. That season Mannings group led the Big East in
rushing in 2012, averaging 201.5 yards per game. Running back George Winn totaled
the second-best rushing season in school history with 1,334 rushing yards (102.6 per
game) and 13 touchdowns, both conference bests.
Prior to joining the Cincinnati staff, Manning served as offensive graduate assistant
at Michigan, where he worked with the offensive line and was part of a coaching staff
that led the Wolverines to an 11-2 record and a victory in the 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl.
Mannings first coaching experience came at Cincinnati in 2010, when he worked as
a defensive assistant.
Prior to his appointment in Cincinnati, Manning spent three seasons in the NFL with
five different teams. He signed as a free agent with the Green Bay Packers in 2005. He
played in 15 games and started two contests as a rookie, tallying 41 tackles and one
pass breakup. Manning tied for third on the team with 21 tackles on special teams.
He also had stints with the Houston Texans, Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars and
Cincinnati Bengals.
Manning played in 37 career games and made 10 starts at linebacker as a fifthyear senior with Michigan. He was named the Roger Zatkoff Award winner as the
teams top linebacker in 2004 after posting 39 tackles, six tackles-for-loss and one
sack. Manning finished his career with 72 stops, nine TFLs and three sacks.
Manning, a native of Saginaw, Mich., earned his bachelors degree in general
studies from Michigan in 2004.

COACHING CAREER
2015-Present

2013-14

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Outside Linebackers
MICHIGAN

Cornerbacks (2014)

Outside Linebackers (2013)

2012

2011

2010

CINCINNATI
Running Backs (2012)
MICHIGAN
Graduate Assistant
CINCINNATI
Defensive Assistant

EDUCATION
Bachelors

MICHIGAN, 04

PLAYING CAREER
2005-07

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Cincinnati Bengals

Jacksonville Jaguars

Buffalo Bills

Houston Texans

Green Bay Packers

2001-04

MICHIGAN

Linebacker

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COACHING STAFF

Jim
MASTRO
Running Backs
4th Year

Jim Mastro, a veteran in the collegiate coaching ranks for more than two decades,
begins his fourth year as running backs coach on Mike Leachs staff.
Since arriving on staff Mastro has guided a youthful core of backs, teaching the
intricacies of the Air Raid offense from the backfield perspective. Redshirt freshman
Jamal Morrow set a WSU record for running backs with 61 receptions and the second
most by a running back in the nation. Another redshirt freshman, Gerard Wicks, rushed
for a team-leading four touchdowns in his first campaign.
In 2013, Mastro guided a running back group that doubled its yards-per-carry
average, nearly doubled its total rushing yardage and rushed for 10 touchdowns.
Running back Marcus Mason led the team in all-purpose yards and finished second
on the team in receptions
Prior to WSU Mastro coached tight ends and F-backs at UCLA in 2011 and also
played a key role in UCLAs running attack, which averaged more than 190 yards per
game, third in the Pac-12 Conference in 2011.
Mastro, 46, spent the previous 11 seasons at Nevada (2000-10), building one of the
top running attacks in the nation. In five of those seasons, a Wolf Pack running back
led the Western Athletic Conference in rushing. In his last four years, he has helped
Nevada running backs produce five 1,000-yard seasons.
In 2010, senior Vai Taua recorded his third consecutive 1,000-yard season, finishing
seventh nationally with an average of 123.9 yards per contest. As a team, Nevada
ranked No. 3 nationally with an average of 292.2 yards per game. The Wolf Pack led
the nation in 2009 and ranked third nationally in 2008.
Mastros 1,000-yard rushers at Nevada included: Taua (2008, 2009, 2010); Luke
Lippincott (2007, 2009); B.J. Mitchell (2005); Chance Kretschmer (2001, 2003); and Matt
Milton (2002). Five of those running backs also led the WAC in rushing: Taua (2008 and
2010); Lippincott (2007); Mitchell (2005); and Kretschmer (2001).
The success in the Nevada backfield began in Mastros second season (2001),
when he developed Kretschmer, a walk-on redshirt freshman, into the nations leading
rusher. The following year, with Kretschmer out with injury, Mastro guided Milton to
1,000-yard season.
The creation of the Pistol offense by head coach Chris Ault began the latest
onslaught by Nevada backs. Beginning with Mitchell in 2005, Nevada has had at least
one 1,000-yard rusher and a first-team All-WAC selection in each season since with
the exception of 2006. That year, Robert Hubbard came four yards short of the 1,000yard mark.
Mastro also served as Nevadas recruiting coordinator and oversaw several top
recruiting classes. He enjoyed tremendous success recruiting the Bay Area during
most of his tenure and had recently been focused on Orange County.
Prior to coaching at Nevada, Mastro was on the staff at Idaho for two years (199899). During his tenure in Moscow, he coached the 1998 Big West Player of the Year
and Idahos career rushing leader, Joel Thomas.
Prior to that, Mastro was a linebackers and special teams coach at San Jose State
in 1995. He spent one season (1994) as the defensive run game coordinator at Cal Poly
San Luis Obispo and was the running backs coach for five years (1989-93) prior to that
at his alma mater. His coaching career started at Cal Poly SLO in 1989, while he was
completing his undergraduate degree.
Mastro, who earned his Bachelors degree in Physical Education at Cal Poly in 1994,
earned two letters as a running back at Cal Poly (1987-88). During the 1987 season one
of Mastros coaches was Mike Leach, who began his coaching career that year as
Cal Polys offensive line coach. Prior to that, he was a starting running back at San
Jose City College (1985-86), earning All-America honorable mention as a sophomore.
Mastro married his wife Terri in 2002. Mastro has one son, Michael.

COACHING CAREER
2012-Present

2011

2000-10

1998-99

1995

1989-94

WASHINGTON STATE
Running Backs
UCLA
Tight Ends/F-Backs
NEVADA
Running Backs
IDAHO
Running Backs
SAN JOSE STATE
Linebackers/Special Teams
CAL POLY

Defensive Run Game Coordinator (1994)

Running Backs (1989-93)

EDUCATION
Bachelors

1987-88

1985-86

CAL POLY, 94

PLAYING CAREER
CAL POLY
Running Back
SAN JOSE CITY COLLEGE

Running Back

1986 All-America Honorable Mention

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COACHING STAFF

Clay
McGUIRE
Offensive Line
4th Year

Clay McGuire begins his fourth season as offensive line coach at Washington State University
and eighth season working on a Mike Leach-coached staff. McGuire played for Leach at Texas
Tech, then later served four seasons on the Red Raider staff.
Last season the Cougar offensive line paved the way as WSU led the nation in passing at 477.7
yards per game, setting a Pac-12 record as well. The WSU offense also set 10 school singleseason records, including total offense, first downs and yards per game. The offensive line
was playing with three players seeing their first significant college action while junior offensive
lineman Joe Dahl received All-Pac-12 honorable mention.
In 2013, McGuire saw the offensive line make huge strides from the season prior, doubling the
yards-per-carry average, nearly doubling the total rushing yardage and nearly cutting the number
of sacks allowed in half. Senior center and team captain Elliott Bosch closed his career earning
All-Pac-12 honorable mention for the second straight season after anchoring and offensive line
that protected the Cougars air raid offense that finished with the fourth-best passing attack in the
country, Pac-12 single-season records for completions, pass attempts and WSU single-season
records for passing yards and total yards.
In his first season with the Cougars in 2012, McGuire guided an offensive line that saw just two
players start all 12 games and a total of seven players take a snap. Junior center Elliott Bosch,
the only player to start every game in the same position, earned All-Pac-12 Conference honorable
mention honors.
McGuire arrived in Pullman having spent the previous two years as running backs coach and
special teams coordinator on Ruffin McNeills staff at East Carolina. He was initially hired to solely
direct the Pirates rushing game, but added special teams duties prior to the 2010 fall camp.
In addition to guiding Jonathan Williams (847/52) and Giavanni Ruffin (384/25) to single-season
career-highs in ground and reception totals in 2010, McGuire also provided direct oversight to
special teams units which ranked among the Top 35 nationally in punt return average (30th), punt
return defense average (31st) and kickoff return defense average (29th).
McGuire also tutored a pair of first-year performers in placekicker Michael Barbour and
punter Ben Ryan during notable campaigns, which included a No. 42 FBS standing with a 1.23
field goals per game average. The Pirates also broke a single-game record which had stood since
1980 under McGuires watch when ECU racked up 303 kickoff return yards against Southern Miss
during a 44-43 victory on Oct. 9.
Prior to East Carolina, McGuire enjoyed a total of nine bowl appearances as a player and staff
member at his alma mater, Texas Tech, before his move to East Carolina.
He had spent four seasons on the Texas Tech staff, but the 2009 campaign however, marked
his first heading the running backs corps - a position he lettered in for four years. His move to the
backfield followed service as special teams coordinator in 2008, an offensive graduate assistant
in 2007 and a video intern in 2006.
McGuires three primary running backs, which included two freshmen, all averaged over 5.0
yards a carry in 2009. Junior Baron Batch was Texas Techs offensive MVP after racking up a
team-high 1,279 all-purpose yards - 884 on the ground, 395 receiving - and 15 touchdowns. He
assumed the special teams coordinator role early in 2007 on an interim basis, after McNeill moved
over to the defensive coordinator position before the fifth game.
The special teams units responded to McGuire immediately when he took over in 2007 as
the punt team thwarted any attempt at return opportunities for the opposition. Tech opponents
averaged a mere 6.7 yards per return and returned only 18 of 30 punts. The kickoff coverage unit
was also second in the Big 12.
McGuire appeared in 45 games at the H-Back position for the Red Raiders during the course
of four seasons from 2000 to 2004. A big, physical player, he was noted for his effectiveness as
a blocker in Techs offense, and also factored into the passing game, catching 32 passes for 320
yards and two touchdowns during his career.
He spent the 2006 season as an intern in the football programs video department, helping
break down game and practice film for the coaching staff. As the offensive graduate assistant,
his responsibilities included aligning and preparing each weeks defensive scout team, working
with both the offensive linemen and skill players, and helping the assistant coaches with weekly
game plans.
McGuire earned a bachelors degree in history from Texas Tech in 2004 before following with
a masters in secondary education in 2007.
McGuire, a native of Crane, Texas, and his wife, Jeri, are the parents of two daughters - Jorja
and Addison.

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COACHING CAREER
2012-Present

2010-11

2006-09

WASHINGTON STATE
Offensive Line
EAST CAROLINA
Running Backs/Special Teams Coordinator
TEXAS TECH
Running Backs (2009)

Special Teams Coordinator (2008)

Offensive Graduate Assistant (2007)

Video Intern (2006)

EDUCATION
Masters

TEXAS TECH, 07

Bachelors

TEXAS TECH, 04

PLAYING CAREER
2000-04

TEXAS TECH
H-Back

COACHING STAFF

Eric
MELE

Special Teams
1st Year

Eric Mele was promoted to special teams coach in February, 2015 after serving in
the same role on an interim basis the final two months of the 2014 campaign. Mele
spent the previous two and a half seasons in an offensive quality control position,
working with film breakdown and assisting with the development of quarterbacks.
Prior to Washington State, Mele spent five seasons as the special teams
coordinator/running backs coach at Wingate University. In his time at Wingate, Mele
helped guide the Bulldogs to a 36-19 record highlighted by a second-appearance in
the 2010 NCAA Division II playoffs.
Prior to his time at Wingate, Mele spent the 2006 season as the wide receivers
coach/passing game coordinator at Saint Peters College (N.J.), the 2005 season as
the co-defensive coordinator at Marist High School (N.J.) and two seasons as the
special teams coordinator/defensive backs coach at William Paterson University
(N.J.).
Mele was a three-year starter at strong safety and outside linebacker at William
Paterson where he earned his bachleors degree in sociology and criminal justice
in 2002. He earned his masters degree in sports management from the American
Military University in 2007.
Mele and his wife, Melissa, have four daughters, Samantha, Jordan, Taylor and
Madison.

COACHING CAREER
2012-Present

WASHINGTON STATE
Special Teams (2015-Present)

Interim Special Teams (2014)

Offensive Quality Control (2012-14)

2007-11

2006

2003-04

WINGATE (N.C.)
Special Teams Coordinator / Running Backs
SAINT PETERS COLLEGE (N.J.)
Passing Game Coordinator / Wide Receivers
WILLIAM PATERSON (N.J.)
Special Teams Coordinator / Defensive Backs

EDUCATION
Bachelors
Masters

WILLIAM PATERSON, 02
AMERICAN MILITARY, 07

PLAYING CAREER
1998-01

WILLIAM PATERSON (N.J.)

Outside Linebacker / Safety

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COACHING STAFF

Joe
SALAVEA

Assistant Head Coach


Defensive Line
4th Year
Nine-year National Football League veteran Joe Salavea begins his fourth year on Mike
Leachs Washington State coaching staff, the first three as the defensive line coach and
adding the title of Assistant Head Coach prior to the 2015 season.
Since arriving at WSU Salavea has energized the Cougar defensive line, posting two of the
top three season sack totals in the past nine years. In 2014 WSU registered 29 sacks and 77
tackles-for-loss, both improvements over 2013 totals.
In 2013, the defensive line played a huge part in the Cougar defense forcing 30 turnovers,
second-most in the Pac-12 Conference. Salavea saw his young group take another step
forward as sophomore defensive tackle Xavier Cooper posted team-highs in tackles-for-loss
(13.5) and sacks (5).
Salavea guided a young group in 2012 that included only four players who had taken snaps
at the Division I level. The youthful line led WSU to its most tackles-for-loss (92) since the 2003
season and most sacks (35) since 2006. Both figures ranked among the nations best, finishing
eighth in tackles-for-loss and 11th in sacks. Defensive end Xavier Cooper finished the season
as one of the top freshmen in the conference, earning All-Pac-12 honorable mention honors.
Salavea spent the 2011 season at Arizona after returning to his alma mater as a defensive
line coach on Mike Stoops staff in time for December preparations for the 2010 Valero Alamo
Bowl.
Salavea began his coaching career as defensive line coach for Dick Tomey at San Jose
State in 2008 and 2009. Tomey served as head coach at Arizona when Salavea played in
Tucson.
Salavea made an immediate impact in his first coaching venture after a noteworthy pro
football career. In 2008, he mentored San Jose State Spartans tackle Jarron Gilbert, the
NCAA leader in tackles for loss and the Chicago Bears first pick in the 2009 NFL Draft.
Salavea was drafted in the fourth round by Tennessee in 1998 and spent five seasons with
the Titans, one split year with the Baltimore Ravens and San Diego Chargers (2003) and his
final three years in the NFL with the Washington Redskins from 2004-06.
He recorded 157 career tackles at Arizona, all as an interior lineman, with 43.5 tackles for
loss and 21.5 sacks. He led the team in sacks and tackles for loss in both 1996 and 1997, and
in fumbles caused in 1994 and 1996.
Salavea lettered at Arizona as a defense tackle from 1994-97, serving as team captain in
1996. He earned honorable mention All-Pacific-10 Conference honors in 1995, second-team
honors in 1996 and was a first-team selection in 1997.
Salavea was recruited by Tomey in 1993 and became one of the mainstays of the Arizona
defenses of the mid-1990s at defensive tackle. He was selected team captain and named the
teams Most Valuable Player for the 1996 season. Salavea has the unique distinction of being
invited to the East-West Shrine and Hula Bowl All-Star Games after both his third and fourth
seasons because he was awarded an additional year of playing eligibility.
His Arizona career was an academic success story as well, capped by NCAA eligibility
restoration after he graduated within four years. He enrolled at UA in 1993-94, but was
ineligible for football as a partial qualifier, losing the year of eligibility. After his senior year in
1996-97, the NCAA changed its rules in spring 1997, and as a May graduate he was afforded a
fourth year of playing eligibility (fifth year in residence), one of the first such student-athletes
to benefit under the new rule.
A native of Leone, American Samoa, Salavea has been one of the territorys foremost
football ambassadors promoting the game among Samoan youth, including founding a
foundation to help introduce the game and strengthen its appeal.
His NFL career spanned 100 games, 28 as a starter, where he totaled 82 tackles, 7.5 sacks
and two forced fumbles.. He was the 107th overall draft selection and a member of the Titans
Super Bowl XXXIV team that lost to St. Louis, 23-16.
He founded the Joe Salavea Foundation in 2001. The foundation specializes in free
football clinics for youngsters in American Samoa and Hawaii. His work was recognized
by Congressman Eni Faleomavaega in a 2005 White House ceremony hosted by President
George W. Bush to celebrate Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month.
Salavea and his wife, Josephine, have a daughter, Katalina Elizabeth, and a son, Joseph
Fatuimoana Jr.

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COACHING CAREER
2012-Present

2010-11

2008-09

WASHINGTON STATE
Defensive Line
ARIZONA
Defensive Line
SAN JOSE STATE
Defensive Line

EDUCATION
Bachelors

Arizona, 97


PLAYING CAREER
2004-06
2003
1998-2002
1994-97

WASHINGTON REDSKINS
BALTIMORE RAVENS/SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
TENNESSEE TITANS
ARIZONA

Defensive Tackle

Three-Time All-Pac-10 Selection

Fourth-Round Draft Pick by Tennesse Titans

COACHING STAFF

Ken
WILSON
Linebackers
3rd Year

Ken Wilson joined Coach Leachs staff in February, 2013 after spending the previous
23 years at the University of Nevada, 19 on the Wolf Pack coaching staff.
During his time with the Cougars, Wilson oversaw a linebacking group that in 2013
produced four of WSUs top five tacklers led by Justin Sagotes 106 tackles, fifth in the
Pac-12 Conference, and helped develop the Cougar defense that forced 30 turnovers,
second-most in the conference and the most by WSU since 2006. In 2014 Wilson
coached All-Pac-12 linebacker Jeremiah Allison, who finished second on the team
in tackles.
Wilson, who worked with current Cougars running backs coach Jim Mastro for
seven seasons at Nevada, helped the Wolf Pack appear in 11 bowl games and claim
nine conference championships during his 13 seasons on the sidelines. Wilson served
the last five seasons as the associate head coach/linebackers coach and also worked
six seasons with linebackers, one with safeties, one with defensive ends and a total of
three seasons as the defensive coordinator.
Wilson has seen 16 of his former players sign professional contracts including six
linebackers who were under NFL contract in 2012. Wilson mentored first team AllWAC selection Dontay Moch, who was taken by the Cincinnati Bengals with the 66th
overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. He put another defensive end into the NFL after the
2011 season as Kaelin Burnett signed with the Oakland Raiders.
In 2009, Wilson headed up the linebacking corps and oversaw the development
of a youthful group that included second-team All-WAC selection James-Michael
Johnson in 2009. He also coached current NFL linebacker Joshua Mauga (New York
Jets) and former New York Giant and St. Louis Ram, Jerome Johnson. During the 2007
season, Wilson served as the defensive coordinator and was also the safeties coach.
Nevadas starting safeties, Uche Anyanwu and Justin Jackson, combined for 144
tackles. Overall, the defense was fourth in pass defense and fifth in total defense.
Prior to that, Wilson headed up the Packs inside linebacking corps while also
serving as the teams assistant head coach. In 2006, two of Wilsons pupils - Jason
DeMars and Joshua Mauga - finished second and third on the team in tackles, tallying
over 110 tackles combined.
Prior to going back to coaching when Ault took over the program in December 2003,
Wilson had served as an assistant athletics director/sports services at Nevada the
previous four and half years. He oversaw football, mens basketball, baseball, track
and tennis while coordinating grant-in-aid for all student-athletes in Nevadas 19-sport
athletics program.
Wilson spent six seasons working with Ault from 1989-92 and 1994-95. He was also
an assistant coach for Jeff Horton in 1993 and Jeff Tisdel from 1996-98, spending
those final three seasons as defensive coordinator. As the nations youngest Division
I defensive coordinator, he directed the 1996 defense to the top of the conference in
every defensive category and was part of the Las Vegas Bowl victory over Ball State.
The North Central (Ill.) graduate (1986) has coached six players who signed
professional contracts, three of them in the NFL, including Nevadas all-time tackles
leader, DeShone Myles, as well as Mike Crawford and Steve Bryant. Two of his pupils
- Mylwa and Matt Clafton - were named to Nevadas All-Century team at linebacker.
Wilson has coached defensive line, linebackers and secondary during his career,
which also included stints at his alma mater (1986) and at New Mexico (1987-88).
Wilson and his wife, Heather, have a son, Tyler who plays football at Nevada, and
a daughter, Baylie.

COACHING CAREER
2013-Present

WASHINGTON STATE

Linebackers
1989-2012

NEVADA

Associate Head Coach/Linebackers (2012)

Associate Head Coach/Defensive Ends (2010-11)

Associate Head Coach/Linebackers (2008-09)

Defensive Coordinator/Safeties (2007)

Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers (2004-06)

Defensive Coordinator (1996-98)

Assistant Coach (1989-95)

1987-88

1986

NEW MEXICO
Graduate Assistant
NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE (ILL.)
Graduate Assistant

EDUCATION
Bachelors

NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE (Ill.), 86

1983-86

NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE (Ill.), 86

PLAYING CAREER

Football (Tight End/Linebacker)

Baseball (First Baseman)

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COACHING STAFF

David
YOST

Inside Receivers
3rd Year

David Yost brought a wealth of experience to Washington States inside receiver


position when he joined the Cougar coaching staff in February, 2013.
In his two seasons coaching inside receivers, the Cougars have caught the most
passes in Pac-12 single-season history twice, and in 2014 WSUs offense led the nation
in passing at 477.7 yards per game. Inside receivers accounted for 185 receptions last
season and 15 touchdowns, with four different receivers grabbing multiple touchdown
passes. In 2013, Yost mentored freshman receiver River Cracraft to All-Pac-12
honorable mention honors.
Yost had spent the previous 12 years with Head Coach Gary Pinkel at the University
of Missouri. He began in 2001 as the quarterbacks coach and recruiting coordinator,
and added the duties of offensive coordinator in 2009. Since 2011 he also held the title
of assistant head coach.
While at Missouri Yost coached three of the top quarterbacks in school history,
and are currently in the National Football League, in Brad Smith (Philadephia), Chase
Daniel (Kansas City) and Blaine Gabbert (San Francisco). The trio earned 12 different
all-conference honors between them, and Daniel emerged on the national stage in
2007 when he was a Heisman Trophy finalist, eventually finishing fourth in the voting.
Smith became the first quarterback in NCAA FBS history to throw for 8,000 yards and
rush for 4,000 yards in a career. Gabbert followed Daniel and became an eventual
first-round NFL Draft pick.
In 2011, Yost guided the Tigers offense to a Big 12 Conference rushing title and
finished the season ranked ninth nationally after averaging 244.0 yards per game.
Missouri was one of only two schools in the country to average at least 230 yards
rushing and passing on the year.
Yost assumed the added role of offensive coordinator prior to the 2009 and oversaw
a Tiger offense that ranked No. 14 in the nation in passing at 285.4 yards per game. The
Tigers followed that season with a 10-win campaign in 2010, finishing No. 35 nationally
in yards per game (409.62).
Yost was instrumental in the development of MUs renowned spread attack. The
Tigers broke numerous offensive school records in 2008, putting together only the third
10-win season in school history. The Tigers established records for points (591), points
per game (42.2) and passing yards (4,625).
Yost is considered one of the top quarterback coaches in the nation, based on his
work in helping develop Gabbert, Daniel, and his predecessor Smith. Daniel had an
amazing three-year run as a starter come to a close in 2008, and he left holding virtually
every major passing and total offense record on the books. The 22 wins amassed over
the 2007 and 2008 seasons ranked third nationally during that stretch, trailing only
Oklahoma and USC.
During the early stages of Yosts tenure, he helped Smith to become the first player
in NCAA D-IA history to reach the 2,000/1,000 mark twice in a career, accomplishing
the feat in 2002 and 2005.
From 1997 to 2000, Yost held the same responsibilities for Pinkel at Toledo. He spent
four seasons coaching two of the most productive quarterbacks in Toledo history in
Tavares Bolden and Chris Wallace. Yost came to Toledo from Tiffin University, where
he coordinated the offense along with coaching quarterbacks and receivers in 1995.
During the 1994 season, he coached wide receivers.
A native of Carrollton, Ohio, Yost spent time coaching his former high school team
after graduating from Kent State University. A graduate of Kent State, Yost earned a
Bachelor of Arts degree in early childhood education in 1992.
Yost and his wife, Carrie have three children; daughter, Kennedy and sons, Keaton
and Kamden.

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COACHING CAREER
2013-Present

WASHINGTON STATE
Inside Receivers

2001-12

MISSOURI

Assistant Head Coach/Recruitng Coord./Quarterbacks (2011-12)


Offensive Coord./Recruiting Coord./Quarterbacks (2009-10)

Recruiting Coordinator/Quarterbacks (2001-08)

1994-2000

TOLEDO

Recruiting Coord./Quarterbacks (1996-2000)

Graduate Assistant (1994-95)

1988-95

TIFFIN

Offensive Coordinator (1990-95)

Wide Receivers (1988-89)

EDUCATION
Bachelors

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FOOTBALL STAFF

Dave
EMERICK

Senior Associate A.D.


Football Chief of Staff
4th Year
When Mike Leach was named head coach at Washington State University, he
wasted no time in naming David Emerick as his chief of staff, a position similar to
what Emerick held while he and Leach were at Texas Tech.
Emerick, beginning his fourth year at Washington State, has taken on additional
responsibilities since joining the Cougar staff and was promoted to Senior
Associate Director of Athletics/Chief of Staff for football prior to the 2013 season.
Emerick is no stranger to the Pac-12 Conference, having spent the 2010-11
seasons at the University of Arizona, where he oversaw Arizonas recruiting efforts
as assistant director of operations and director of on-campus recruiting. In 2010 the
Wildcats reached the Alamo Bowl against Oklahoma State.
Emerick joined the Arizona football staff in February 2010 after six years working
with Leach as a member of the Texas Tech Red Raider staff. During his final two
years in Lubbock he was chief of staff and assistant athletics director. There he
oversaw the entire recruiting process for the football program and assisted in the
organization and execution of football camps.
Additionally, Emerick served as the liaison between the football program and
the Texas Tech overall department, specifically in academics, compliance, media
relations and marketing areas.
Emerick began his Texas Tech stint in 2004 as he served as unit coordinator
during his first season and Director of Player Personnel his next three seasons,
before assuming the chief of staff position.
A 2002 political science graduate of the University of Kentucky, Emerick was
a college scouting intern with the Houston Texans during the franchises first
season in 2002. Prior to his stint with the Texans, Emerick was the recruiting and
football operations intern at Kentucky while in school during the 1997 through 2001
seasons. As such he was part of the 1998 Outback Bowl and 1999 Music City Bowl
appearances by the Wildcats.
Emerick is a graduate of Catholic Memorial High School in his hometown of
Waukesha, Wis., and lettered in football, basketball and baseball. He received his
masters degree in interdisciplinary studies with an emphasis in sport management
in May of 2007 from Texas Tech.
He and his wife, Sara, have one son, Cristian and one daughter, Caroline.

Antonio
HUFFMAN

Director of Football Operations


4th Year

Antonio Huffman begins his fourth year as director of football operations at


Washington State University, joining Mike Leachs staff in January, 2012.
Huffman arrived in Pullman following two seasons at East Carolina University,
where he served in a similar role on Ruffin McNeills staff.
Prior to his appointment at ECU, Huffman served as director of player personnel
for two seasons at his alma mater Texas Tech, where he was the chief liaison officer
between the football program and the athletics departments NCAA compliance
division. He also held the title of Techs assistant recruiting coordinator, setting
up and executing official and unofficial prospect visits, campus tours and summer
camps.
In addition to managing the Red Raiders eligibility and procedural matters,
Huffman also handled housing responsibilities and worked closely with players
in academic and community relations activities that prompted the founding of the
popular Huffs Huggables charity drive. He gained added experience assisting
with NFL scouting, team travel and logistical elements of bowl game operations.
Huffman was also charged with providing oversight of Texas Techs new Football
Training Facility (FTF) in 2009. He supervised both the presentation of the building
as well as the maintenance of aesthetics that enabled the FTF to rank as one of the
premier training facilities nationally.
A three-year starter as a defensive back for the Red Raiders, Huffman completed
his career with 189 tackles, four interceptions and 25 pass breakups. In his final
collegiate contest, he was named Defensive MVP of the 2006 Insight Bowl after a
game-changing interception helped Texas Tech to a 44-41 overtime victory over
Minnesota that completed an improbable comeback.
Huffman played one season for the Lubbock Renegades (AFL2) in 2007 before
accepting a sales position at Chrysler Motors LLC and then re-joining the Big 12
Conference member a year later.
During his academic tenure at Tech, Huffman earned selection to prestigious
honors such as the John Wooden Leadership Cup (2007), NCAA Leadership
Conference (2006), Draddy Award (semifinalist in 2006), President and Deans List
(2005-06). He graduated in 2006 with a bachelors degree in human development
and family studies and is currently working on completing a masters degree in
sociology.
Before enrolling at TTU, he attended Garden City (Kan.) Community College in
2001-2003 where he was a member of Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Society and
elected freshman class president.
A highly-recruited athlete out of Lovejoy (Ga.) High School, Huffman also was
active in the schools ROTC program as group commander in 1999, 2000 and 2001.
Huffman is married to the former Shelley Bartley of Lubbock, Texas, and they are
the parents of a son, Aeson Deon, and daughter, Aniyah Jordan.

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

Jason
LOSCALZO

Head Football Strength


and Conditioning Coach
4th Year
Jason Loscalzo begins his fourth season as the head football strength and
conditioning coach after spending the previous five seasons working in the same
capacity at Boston College. At WSU, Loscalzo is responsible for all aspects involved
in the development, coordination, implementation and supervision of the strength
and conditioning programs for the Cougar football team.
Loscalzo served as the director of strength and conditioning for football at BC
from January 2007 -January 2012. Loscalzo helped the Eagles claim back-to-back
ACC Atlantic Division titles in 2007-08, a win at the 2007 Champs Sports Bowl, and
trips to the Music City Bowl in 2008, the Emerald Bowl in 2009 and the Kraft Fight
Hunger Bowl in 2010.
The Cool, Calif. native spent four seasons as the top assistant strength and
conditioning coach and director of sports nutrition for the Auburn University football
team. He also served as the head strength and conditioning coach for baseball and
softball. Loscalzo helped the football team to four straight bowl games including a
Nokia Sugar Bowl win and No. 2 final season ranking in 2005.
Prior to Auburn, Loscalzo served as the assistant strength and conditioning
coach and sports nutrition professional consultant at Marshall University from
August 2001-May 2003, helping the Thundering Herd to consecutive GMAC Bowl
titles in 2001-02. He was an assistant strength and conditioning coach and athletic
sports nutritionist at the University of Nevada, Reno from August 1999-August 2001.
Loscalzo was a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at University
of Arkansas from May 1999-August 1999 and began his career as a strength and
conditioning student assistant at Humboldt State University from January 1996-May
1999.
Loscalzo, a fullback for Sierra College and Humboldt State, received his
bachelors degree in kinesiology in 1999, and masters in athletic administration
from Nevada in 2001. Loscalzo has been certified by CSCS, SCCC, SPN and USAW
Level I.
Loscalzo and his wife, Nicci, have two sons, JP and Luke and one daughter,
Gianna.

Marco
CANDIDO

Assistant Football Strength and


and Conditioning Coach
8th Year
Marco Candido enters his eighth year at Washington State University as an
assistant football strength and conditioning coach. Prior to joining the Cougars in
2008, Candido spent two seasons in Des Moines, Iowa as Drake Univeristys head
football strength and conditioning coach after working the 2005-06 campaign at
Washington State as an intern assistant strength and conditioning coach.
Candido has also worked in the strength and conditioning programs at the
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Arizona State University, Birmingham
Steeldogs (Arena Football 2), University of La Verne, and Occidental College.
Candido was a four-year starter at running back for Occidental College in Los
Angeles, earning a bachelors degree in kinesiology in 2003. He later earned his
masters degree in exercise physiology in 2005 from the University of Alabama at
Birmingham.
Candido is a member of and certified by the National Strength & Conditioning
Association - C.S.C.S., Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association S.C.C.C., and U.S.A. Weightlifting - S.P.C.C.

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Tyson
BROWN

Assistant Football Strength


and Conditioning Coach
2nd Year
Tyson Brown enters his second season as the Cougars assistant football
strength and conditioning coach after working the previous year as associate
director of strength and conditioning at the University of South Florida.
At USF, Brown was the lead assistant strength and conditioning coach for the
football program and the director of strength and conditioning for the volleyball
program. Prior to South Florida, Brown spent two years as an assistant strength
and conditioning coach at the University of Washington, assisting with the football
team while working primarily with the baseball and mens crew programs, helping
the mens crew teams claim the 2011 and 2012 national championships. In 2008, he
was an intern strength and conditioning coach at his alma mater University of Souix
Falls, later worked a graduate assistant athletic performance coach at the Baylor
University in 2009 and then as a strength coach intern for the NFLs Houston Texans
during the 2010 season.
A native of Bothell, Wash., Brown earned his bachelors degree in exercise
science from the University of Sioux Falls where he was a two-year letterwinner,
helping Sioux Falls to NAIA national championships in 2006 and 2008 and a runnerup finish in 2007. He earned his masters degree in exercise science at California
University of Pennsylvania. Brown has been certified by CSCS and USAW.
Brown and his wife, Kinzie have one son, Brody and one daughter, Bella.

John
GRAVES

Assistant Football Strength and


Conditioning Coach
2nd Year
John Graves enters in his second season at Washington State as an assistant
football strength and conditioning coach.
Prior to WSU, Graves spent two seasons at his alma mater Virginia Tech as
a football strength and conditioning assistant coach. Graves was a four-year
letterwinner for the Hokies at defensive tackle, earning Second Team All-ACC
honors as a senior in 2010. During his time at Virginia Tech, he was part of three
ACC Championship teams, earned Academic All-American honors twice, was a
three-time weight room All-American by NSCA and was voted a team captain as
a senior in 2010.
Graves was a member of the Houston Texans in 2010 and the Seattle Seahawks
in 2010-11.
Graves earned his bachelors degree in psychology and sociology from Virginia
Tech in 2010. The Richmond, Va. native is certified by CSCS, USAW Level I and level
1 by functional movement screening.

FOOTBALL STAFF

Joel
FILANI

Offensive Quality Control


1st Year

Joel Filani joined the Washington State coaching staff in February, 2015 in an
offensive quality control position.
Filani arrived at WSU following two seasons as an offensive graduate assistant
at Boise State, where he worked primarily with the wide receivers.
Filani played his collegiate career as a wide receiver under Leach at Texas Tech
from 2003-06, earning first-team All-Big 12 honors in both 2005 and 2006. He caught
65 passes for 1,007 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior, and had 91 receptions
for 1,300 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior.
He was selected in the sixth round by the Tennessee Titans in the 2007 National
Football League Draft, and was also a member of the Minnesota Vikings, the Seattle
Seahawks, the Detroit Lions, the St. Louis Rams and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
from 2007-09. Filani also played for the Chicago Rush of the Arena League in 2011.
Filani, a native of Phoenix, Ariz., earned his bachelors degree in finance from
Texas Tech in 2006 and his masters degree in educational leadership from Boise
State in 2014. Filani and his wife, Shayla have one son, Caleb.

David
LOSE

Defensive Assistant
5th Year

David Lose enters his fifth season as Washington States defensive assistant,
working in the film room and on scouting reports.
Lose joined the Cougars coaching staff in 2011 and has served as a defensive
student assistant, defensive graduate assistant and defensive quality control. Prior
to WSU, Lose was the defensive line coach for two seasons at Saint Pauls College
(2009-10) in Virginia and for three seasons at his alma mater Luther Burbank High
School (2006-08) in Sacramento.
A native of Sacramento, Lose was a three-year letterwinner at Oregon State
University, appearing in 22 games, including 18 starts on the offensive lineman 2000,
02-03. Lose played on the OSU teams that reached the 2001 Fiesta Bowl and the
2003 Las Vegas Bowl.
Lose earned his bachelors degree in liberal studies from Oregon State in 2004
and his masters degree in sport management from Washington State in 2014.

Brian
ODOM

Defensive Quality Control


1st Year

Brian Odom joined the Washington State coaching staff in January, 2015 in a
defensive quality control position.
Odom arrived at WSU following three seasons at the University of Houston
where he served as Co-Director of Sports Performance. Prior to Houston he spent
seven seasons at the University of Arizona in a similar position, focusing on the
development of the Wildcat football team. His coaching career began as a graduate
assistant at Missouri, where he worked with current Cougar defensive coordinator
Alex Grinch.
Odom was a running back at Oklahoma in 2001, earning the Oklahoma Football
Iron Man Award for his performance in the weight room and lettering on the team
that won the BCS National Championship. He completed his career as a three-year
starter (2002-04) for Southeastern Oklahoma State, where he earned first-team AllLone Star Conference honors and his degree in 2004.
A native of Ada, Okla., Odom and his wife, Mackenzie, have a son, Benjamin.

Gordy
ANDERSON
Offensive Analyst
1st Year

Gordy Anderson is in his third season at Washington State and his first season
as an Offensive Analyst, working with film breakdown and assisting the inside
receivers and defensive scout team.
Anderson spent the previous two seasons as a student assistant for the Cougs.
He walked on to the team in 2010 at quarterback and moved to tight end in 2011.
Due to a back injury, Anderson stopped playing football and stayed on as a student
assistant with Coach Leachs staff.
Anderson graduated in 2014 with a bachelors in sport management and is
currently working towards his masters degree in sport management.

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GRADUATE ASSISTANTS

Mike
BETHEA

Graduate Assistant - Defense


3rd Year

Mike Bethea begins his third year on the Cougars coaching staff as a defensive
graduate assistant after joining the program in January, 2013. Bethea works
primarily with the linebackers and assists with the scout teams.
A former starter in the linebacking corps for the University of Nevada, Bethea
served as a defensive graduate assistant for the Wolf Pack during the 2011-12
seasons.
As a player, Bethea went to Nevada in 2008 as a transfer from Palomar College
in Southern California, where he was a second-team Junior College Grid-Wire AllAmerican. As a junior in 2008 at Nevada, Bethea played in eight games in an injuryshortened season, recording 28 tackles with 4.5 for a loss. In 2009, Bethea was
second on the team in tackles with 64, including 5.5 TFLs and 2.5 sacks with one
interception and a fumble recovery.
The Encinitas, Calif., native earned his bachelors degree from Nevada in 2010.
Bethea and his wife, Alyssa, have two sons, Mason and Weston.

Chris
REINERT

Graduate Assistant - Offense


2nd Year

Chris Reinert begins his second season at Washington State University as the
Cougars graduate assistant after spending the previous three seasons on the UCLA
football staff.
At UCLA, Reinert assisted with the defensive backs, working the 2012 and 2013
seasons as a defensive graduate assistant and the 2011 campaign as the defensive
quality control coach. In 2013, Reinert was part of a Bruin defensive staff that
produced a defense that finished among the top three in the Pac-12 Conference in
pass defense, passing touchdowns allowed, and third-down defense. During his
time at UCLA, Reinert helped develop such players as 2011 Freshman All-American
safety Tevin McDonald, current NFL players Tony Dye, Sheldon Price, and Brandon
Sermons along with four defensive backs who earned All-Pac-12 recognition.
Reinert was a four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver/punt returner at
Vanderbilt University, playing in over 30 career games from 2005-09. The Santa
Ana, Calif. native served as a member of the teams Leadership Council, and was
honored with Vanderbilt Universitys highest football honor, the Dedication Award.
He was a five-time All-SEC Academic Team honoree.
Reinert earned his bachelors degree in economics from Vanderbilt in 2009 and
is currently working towards his masters degree in education.

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Price
FERGUSON

Graduate Assistant - Offense


1st Year

Price Ferguson joined the Washington State coaching staff in February, 2015 as
a graduate assistant working with the offensive line.
Ferguson spent the previous two seasons working in the same role at Louisiana
Tech, helping the Bulldogs to a victory in the Heart of Dallas Bowl in 2014.
Prior to Louisiana Tech, Ferguson worked as the offensive line and tight ends
coach at Tyler Junior College (Texas) for three years, coaching six all-conference
and one junior college All-American selection, helping TJC earn a No. 2 national
ranking.
A native of Katy, Texas, Ferguson started his coaching career as a student
assistant coach at his alma mater Texas A&M in 2009 where he completed his
bachelors degree in sport management in 2010. He later earned his masters in
kinesiology at Louisiana Tech in 2014. Ferguson was a three-year letterwinner for
the Aggies on the offensive line, twice earning Big XII Commissioners Honor Roll
recognition.

Vince
PENZA

Graduate Assistant - Special Teams


1st Year

Vince Penza begins his first season at Washington State as the Cougars special
teams graduate assistant after a four-year playing career at the University of
Toledo.
Penza punted for the Rockets from 2010-13, helping Toledo to three bowl games
and was a twice named to the Ray Guy Award Watch List.
A native of Canfield, Ohio, Penza attended Youngstown Cardinal Mooney High
School.

2015 ROSTER

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NUMERICAL

NO. NAME
1
PRIESTER, Kyrin
2
HAMEED, Suli
3
HILINSKI, Tyler
3
McLENNAN, Ivan
4
FALK, Luke
4
WHITE, Charleston
5
GREEN, Calvin
6
BENDER, Peyton
6
POWELL, Kameron
8
ALLISON, Jeremiah
8
ENNIS, Connor
9
MARKS, Gabe
10
PARKER, Kirkland
12
JIMISON, Matt
12
MARTIN JR., Tavares
13
JORGENSON, Christian
15
LEWIS, Robert
16
BROUGHTON, Treshon
17
ANDERSON, Erik
17
PORTER, Pat
18
LUANI, Shalom
19
BARTOLONE, Brett
19
TEGLOVIC, Colton
20
TAYLOR, Paris
21
CRACRAFT, River
21
HAY, Brendan
23
HECKER, Andrew
23
WICKS, Gerard
24
HARRINGTON, Keith
25
CRACRAFT, Skyler
25
MORROW, Jamal
26
BAKER, Tyler
27
PIPPINS, Marcellus
28
LEMORA, Darius
29
HENRY, Parker
30
TALIULU, Taylor
31
BOONE, Xavius
31
DOTSON, Isaac
32
DAVIS, Isaiah
32
JENKINS, Kemoree
32
WILLIAMS, James
33
HANSER, Dylan
34
TAULELEI, Madigan
35
DALE, Hunter
35
HAVELOCK, Cody
36
BUCANNON, David
37
YATES-BROWN, Julius
38
FOSSUM, Kaleb
38
SINCHAK, Dakota
39
SINGLETON, Deion
40
HEARN, Thomas
40
PALACIO, Kache
41
BRESHEARS, Quentin
41
ROACH, Willie
42
HOYD III, Greg
43
FERNANDEZ, Kingston
44
CELLI, Kyle
44
LENIU, Chandler
45
LEE, Alijah
45
MOLTON, Darrien
46
POWELL, Erik
47
PELLUER, Peyton
48
ABRAMO, Matt
49
SCHAFER, Brett

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NO.
48
8
17
82
26
92
19
89
6
79
31
41
16
36
44
95
62
55
56
94
21
25
56
35
28
54
60
88
31
63
90
8
74
4
96
43
64
38
78
71
5
57
2
33
24
35
21
40
23
29
3
72
42
32
12
13
93
45
28
44
15
87
18
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ALPHABETICAL

NAME
POS. HT. WT. YR. EXP.
HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE)
ABRAMO, Matt
K
6-2 186 FR HS
Petaluma, Calif. (Casa Grande)
ALLISON, Jeremiah
LB
6-2 228 SR 3V
Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey)
ANDERSON, Erik
WR 6-2 190 SO* SQ
Burien, Wash. (Highline)
ANDRE, Zaire
WR 5-10 167 FR* RS
Inglewood, Calif. (Inglewood)
BAKER, Tyler
WR 5-10 190 SR* 1V
Bullard, Texas (Brook Hill/Ole Miss)
BARBER, Robert
NT 6-3 307 JR* 2V
Pago Pago, American Samoa (Fagaitua)
BARTOLONE, Brett
WR 5-10 182 JR* 2V
La Habra, Calif. (La Habra)
BEGG, Nick
TE
6-5 237 FR* RS Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Santa Margarita)
BENDER, Peyton
QB 6-0 187 FR* RS
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons)
BIGGE-DUREN, Cedric
OL
6-6 308 FR HS
Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside)
BOONE, Xavius
WR 5-9 171 FR HS
Altadena, Calif. (Maranatha)
BRESHEARS, Quentin
K
6-0 184 SR* 1V
Turlock, Calif. (Fresno State/Fresno CC)
BROUGHTON, Treshon CB 6-1 175 JR TR
Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta/Riverside CC)
BUCANNON, David
S
6-0 194 JR* 1V
Fairfield, Calif. (Vanden)
CELLI, Kyle
LB/LS 6-1 230 FR* HS
Seattle, Wash. (Bishop Blanchet)
CHARME, Zach
P/K 6-1 192 FR HS
Boise, Ida. (Timberline)
CHRIST, Moritz
OL
6-5 327 SR* SQ
Siegen, Germany (Leander HS (TX))
COATES, Reggie
LB
6-0 235 JR* RS
Encino, Calif. (Crespi/Nevada)
COMFORT, Taylor
LB
6-0 238 FR* RS
Sultan, Wash. (Sultan)
COX, Mitchell
K
6-0 202 JR TR
Kent, Wash. (Kentwood/Eastern New Mexico)
CRACRAFT, River
WR 6-0 200 JR 2V
Trabuco Canyon, Calif. (Santa Margarita)
CRACRAFT, Skyler
DB 5-11 193 SR* SQ
Trabuco Canyon, Calif. (Tesoro)
DAHL, Joe
OL
6-5 310 SR* 2V
Spokane, Wash. (University/Montana)
DALE, Hunter
S
5-10 202 FR HS
River Ridge, La. (John Curtis)
DAVIS, Isaiah
WR 6-1 183 FR* HS
Renton, Wash. (Hazen)
DeRIDER, Nate
LB
6-1 224 SO* SQ
Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue)
DILLARD, Andre
OL
6-5 270 FR* RS
Woodinville, Wash. (Woodinville)
DIMRY, C.J.
WR 6-5 200 JR* TR Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon/Saddleback College)
DOTSON, Isaac
S
6-1 215 SO* 1V
Bellevue, Wash. (Newport)
EKLUND, Gunnar
OL
6-7 305 SR* 3V
Lake Stevens, Wash. (Lake Stevens)
EKUALE, Daniel
DL
6-3 288 SO* 1V
Pago Pago, American Samoa (Nuuuli Technical)
ENNIS, Connor
QB 5-11 186 SO* SQ
Washington D.C. (Gonzaga)
EVERS, Brandon
OL
6-6 290 FR* RS
Redding, Calif. (Enterprise)
FALK, Luke
QB 6-4 205 SO* 1V
Logan, Utah (Logan)
FEHOKO, T.J.
DE 6-1 273 FR HS
Salt Lake City, Utah (Cottonwood)
FERNANDEZ, Kingston DE 6-2 256 FR* RS
Kapolei, Hawaii (Kapolei)
FLOR, Sam
OL
6-4 309 JR* 1V
Seattle, Wash. (ODea)
FOSSUM, Kaleb
WR 5-10 187 FR HS
Lake Forest, Calif. (El Toro)
FREEMAN, Carlos
OL
6-3 303 SO* SQ
Midwest City, Okla. (Midwest City)
GRAVELLE, Lucas
LS
6-0 218 JR TR
Niagra, N.Y. (Wheatfield/Erie CC)
GREEN, Calvin
WR 5-10 175 SO 1V
Sacramento, Calif. (Luther Burbank)
GRIFFIN, Drew
LB 5-11 221 FR* RS
Tacoma, Wash. (Bellarmine Prep)
HAMEED, Suli
S
5-10 190 SO 1V
Oakland, Calif. (Alameda)
HANSER, Dylan
LB
6-4 230 SO SQ
Billings, Mont. (Central Catholic)
HARRINGTON, Keith
RB 5-8 180 FR* RS
St. Petersburg, Fla. (Northeast)
HAVELOCK, Cody
WR 6-1 190 FR* HS
Buckley, Wash. (White River)
HAY, Brendan
CB 5-11 175 JR HS
Richland, Wash. (Richland)
HEARN, Thomas
FB 5-11 228 JR* RS
Bakersfield, Calif. (Liberty/Bakersfield College)
HECKER, Andrew
S
6-0 180 FR HS
Poulsbo, Wash. (North Kitsap)
HENRY, Parker
LB 5-11 207 JR* 2V
Vancouver, Wash. (Skyview)
HILINSKI, Tyler
QB 6-3 187 FR HS
Claremont, Calif. (Upland)
HOPKINS, Mack
OL
6-5 302 FR* RS
Connell, Wash. (Connell)
HOYD III, Greg
LB
6-1 221 FR* RS
Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta)
JENKINS, Kemoree
CB 5-10 179 FR HS
Tacoma, Wash. (Lakes)
JIMISON, Matt
QB 6-2 208 FR HS
Folsom, Calif. (Vista del Lago)
JORGENSON, Christian QB 6-2 190 FR HS
Bellingham, Wash. (Squalicum)
LAIRD, Jacob
DL
6-0 252 FR* RS
Ephrata, Wash. (Ephrata)
LEE, Alijah
RB 5-6 177 FR* HS
Los Angeles (Venice)
LEMORA, Darius
S
6-0 196 SO* 1V
Port Arthur, Texas (Memorial)
LENIU, Chandler
LB
6-0 261 FR* RS
Lakewood, Calif. (St. John Bosco)
LEWIS, Robert
WR 5-9 170 SO* 1V
South Gate, Calif. (South East)
LILIENTHAL, Daniel
WR 6-2 203 SR* SQ
Hemet, Calif. (West Valley/Mt. San Jacinto JC)
LUANI, Shalom
S
6-0 201 JR TR Masausi, American Samoa (Fagaitua/San Francisco CC)
LUVU, Frankie
LB
6-3 237 SO 1V
Pago Pago, American Samoa (Tafuna)

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NO.
61
9
12
50
59
69
3
73
98
45
25
57
76
53
70
40
10
99
47
68
27
52
17
46
6
1
41
65
75
49
66
38
39
58
83
84
30
95
34
20
19
86
85
94
97
81
4
23
80
32
37

NAME
MADISON, Cole
MARKS, Gabe
MARTIN JR., Tavares
MATAAFA, Hercules
MATTOX, Hunter
McCLAIN, Devonte
McLENNAN, Ivan
MIDDLETON, Eduardo
MITCHELL, Jeremiah
MOLTON, Darrien
MORROW, Jamal
NORVELL, Drew
OCONNELL, Cody
OGUAYO, Nnamdi
OSUR-MYERS, Noah
PALACIO, Kache
PARKER, Kirkland
PAULO, Darryl
PELLUER, Peyton
PERROT, Davis
PIPPINS, Marcellus
PORTER, Aaron
PORTER, Pat
POWELL, Erik
POWELL, Kameron
PRIESTER, Kyrin
ROACH, Willie
SAKARIA, Amosa
SALMONSON, B.J.
SCHAFER, Brett
SEYDEL, Jacob
SINCHAK, Dakota
SINGLETON, Deion
SORENSON, Riley
SWEET, Kyle
TAGO, Logan
TALIULU, Taylor
TAPA, Ngalu
TAULELEI, Madigan
TAYLOR, Paris
TEGLOVIC, Colton
THOMPSON, D.J.
THOMPSON, John
TOKI, Thomas
VAEAO, Destiny
WARE, Barry
WHITE, Charleston
WICKS, Gerard
WILLIAMS, Dom
WILLIAMS, James
YATES-BROWN, Julius

POS.
OL
WR
WR
DE
DL
DL
LB
OL
DE
CB
RB
OL
OL
OLB
OL
LB
CB
DL
LB
OL
CB
LB
CB
K/P
S
WR
DB
OL
OL
K
OL
DB
S
OL
WR
ATH
S
DL
RB
LB
S
WR
WR
DL
DL
WR
CB
RB
WR
RB
CB

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

WT.
303
190
165
242
259
304
233
310
256
170
190
283
346
210
321
231
185
255
227
270
170
242
170
193
202
190
196
308
295
165
295
180
190
319
186
228
205
314
205
219
195
188
194
307
298
191
185
224
200
185
187

YR.
SO*
JR*
FR
FR*
FR
SR*
SR*
JR*
JR*
FR
SO*
FR
SO*
FR
FR
SR
SO*
SR*
SO*
FR
SO
JR
SO
SO*
FR
FR*
JR*
FR
SO*
FR
SR*
SO*
FR
JR
FR
FR
SR
FR*
FR
JR*
JR*
FR*
JR
FR
SR
FR*
SO*
SO*
SR*
FR
FR

EXP.
HOMETOWN (HIGH SCHOOL/COLLEGE)
1V
Burien, Wash. (Kennedy)
2V
Venice, Calif. (Venice)
HS
Belle Glade, Fla. (William T. Dwyer)
RS
Lahaina, Hawaii (Lahainaluna)
HS
Calabasas, Calif. (Sierra Canyon)
SQ East Palo Alto, Calif. (James Logan/College of San Mateo)
1V
Hawthorne, Calif. (Leuzinger/El Camino JC)
1V
Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside)
TR
Lake Elsinore, Calif. (Elsinore/Riverside CC)
HS
Temecula, Calif. (Chaparral)
1V
Menifee, Calif. (Heritage)
HS
Bellingham, Wash. (Sehome)
SQ
Wenatchee, Wash. (Wenatchee)
HS
Beltsville, Md. (High Point)
HS
Walnut Creek, Calif. (Las Lomas)
3V
Gardena, Calif. (Junipero Serra)
TR
The Woodlands, Texas (Kingwood/Blinn College)
2V
Sacramento, Calif. (Grant)
1V
Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline)
HS
Phoenix, Ariz. (Mountain Pointe)
1V
Richmond, Calif. (El Cerrito)
TR
La Habra, Calif. (La Habra/UCLA/Cerritos College)
1V
Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Paul W. Bryant)
1V
Vancouver, Wash. (Seton Catholic)
HS
Upland, Calif. (Upland)
TR
St. Petersburg, Fla. (Brookwood/Clemson)
1V
Federal Way, Wash. (Todd Beamer)
HS
Pago Pago, American Samoa (Tafuna)
1V
Everson, Wash. (Nooksack Valley)
HS
Edmonds, Wash. (Meadowdale)
1V
Riverside, Calif. (Arlington/Riverside CC)
SQ
Oak Harbor, Wash. (Oak Harbor)
HS
Kennewick, Wash. (Chiawana)
2V
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Santa Margarita)
HS
Dove Canyon, Calif. (Santa Margarita)
HS
Pago Pago, American Samoa (Samoana)
3V
Aiea, Hawaii (Kamehameha)
RS
Sacramento, Calif. (Luther Burbank)
HS
Boise, Idaho (Boise)
1V Altamonte Springs, Fla. (Lake Brantley/LA Pierce College)
1V
Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake)
RS
Los Angeles, Calif. (Venice)
2V
Spanaway, Wash. (Bethel)
HS
Mountain View, Calif. (St. Francis)
3V
Pago Pago, American Samoa (Tafuna)
RS
Corona, Calif. (Centennial)
1V
Amarillo, Texas (Palo Duro)
1V
Carson, Calif. (Long Beach Poly)
3V
Pomona, Calif. (Garey)
HS
Burbank, Calif. (Burbank)
HS
Tacoma, Wash. (Wilson)

NUMERICAL
NO. NAME
50
MATAAFA, Hercules
51
LUVU, Frankie
52
PORTER, Aaron
53
OGUAYO, Nnamdi
54
DeRIDER, Nate
55
COATES, Reggie
56
COMFORT, Taylor
56
DAHL, Joe
57
GRIFFIN, Drew
57
NORVELL, Drew
58
SORENSON, Riley
59
MATTOX, Hunter
60
DILLARD, Andre
61
MADISON, Cole
62
CHRIST, Moritz
63
EKLUND, Gunnar
64
FLOR, Sam
65
SAKARIA, Amosa
66
SEYDEL, Jacob
68
PERROT, Davis
69
McCLAIN, Devonte
70
OSUR-MYERS, Noah
71
GRAVELLE, Lucas
72
HOPKINS, Mack
73
MIDDLETON, Eduardo
74
EVERS, Brandon
75
SALMONSON, B.J.
76
OCONNELL, Cody
78
FREEMAN, Carlos
79
BIGGE-DUREN, Cedric
80
WILLIAMS, Dom
81
WARE, Barry
82
ANDRE, Zaire
83
SWEET, Kyle
84
TAGO, Logan
85
THOMPSON, John
86
THOMPSON, D.J.
87
LILIENTHAL, Daniel
88
DIMRY, C.J.
89
BEGG, Nick
90
EKUALE, Daniel
92
BARBER, Robert
93
LAIRD, Jacob
94
COX, Mitchell
94
TOKI, Thomas
95
CHARME, Zach
95
TAPA, Ngalu
96
FEHOKO, T.J.
97
VAEAO, Destiny
98
MITCHELL, Jeremiah
99
PAULO, Darryl

* = Redshirted

PRONUNCIATIONS
#2 SULI Hameed Soo-lee
#19 Brett BARTOLONE Bart- toe loan eee
#21 River CRACRAFT KRAY craft
#25 Jamal MORROW MOR - row
#30 Taylor TALIULU TAH-lee-oo-loo
#40 KACHE PALACIO KUH-shay / PAH-lah-shee-oh
#44 Chandler LENIU LAY nee - YEW
#47 Peyton PELLUER PELL loo - er
#50 Hercules MATAAFA MAH Tah AH - FAH

#51 Frankie LUVU Loo voo


#59 Hunter MATTOX MATT-TOX
#62 MORITZ CHRIST MO-reetz / Krist
#66 Jacob SEYDEL Sye- DELL
#68 Davis PERROT PUR - ROW
#70 Noah OSUR-MYERS OH-shur
#90 Daniel EKUALE Eee-qwall-lay
#95 NGALU TAPA NAH loo / TAH - PAH
#97 Destiny VAEAO Vye-OW

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COUGARS BY POSITION

CORNERBACKS (10)
BROUGHTON, Treshon, JR
HAY, Brendan, JR
JENKINS, Kemoree, FR
MOLTON, Darrien, FR
PARKER, Kirkland, SO*
PIPPINS, Marcellus, SO
PORTER, Pat, SO
SINCHAK, Dakota, SO*
WHITE, Charleston, SO*
YATES-BROWN, Julius, FR
DEFENSIVE LINEMEN (14)
BARBER, Robert, JR*
COATES, Reggie, JR*
EKUALE, Daniel, SO*
FEHOKO, T.J., FR
FERNANDEZ, Kingston, FR*
LAIRD, Jacob, FR*
MATAAFA, Hecules, FR*
MATTOX, Hunter, FR
McCLAIN, Devonte, SR*
MITCHELL, Jeremiah, JR*
PAULO, Darryl, SR*
TAPA, Ngalu, FR*
TOKI, Thomas, FR
VAEAO, Destiny, SR
LINEBACKERS (16)
ALLISON, Jeremiah, SR
CELLI, Kyle, FR*
COMFORT, Taylor, FR*
DeRIDER, Nate, SO*
GRIFFIN, Drew, FR*
HANSER, Dylan, SO
HENRY, Parker, JR*
HOYD III, Greg, FR*
LENIU, Chandler, FR*
LUVU, Frankie, SO
McLENNAN, Ivan, SR*
OGUAYO, Nnamdi, FR
PALACIO, Kache, SR
PELLUER, Peyton, SO*
PORTER, Aaron, JR*
TAYLOR, Paris, JR*
SAFETIES (13)
BUCANNON, David, JR*
CRACRAFT, Skyler, SR*
DALE, Hunter, FR
DOTSON, Isaac, SO*
HAMEED, Suli, SO
HECKER, Andrew, FR
LEMORA, Darius, SO*
LUANI, Shalom, JR
POWELL, Kameron, FR
ROACH, Willie, JR*
SINGLETON, Deion, FR
TALIULU, Taylor, SR
TEGLOVIC, Colton, JR*
PUNTERS (2)
CHARME, Zach, FR
POWELL, Erik, SO*
LONG SNAPPERS (2)
CELLI, Kyle, FR*
GRAVELLE, Lucas, JR

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KICKERS (6)
ABRAMO, Matt, FR
BRESHEARS, Quentin, SR*
CHARME, Zach, FR
COX, Mitchell, JR
POWELL, Erik, SO*
SCHAFER, Brett, FR
ATHLETE (1)
TAGO, Logan, FR
FULLBACKS (1)
HEARN, Thomas, JR*
OFFENSIVE LINE (20)
BIGGE-DUREN, Cedric, FR
CHRIST, Moritz, SR*
DAHL, Joe, SR*
DILLARD, Andre, FR*
EKLUND, Gunnar, SR*
EVERS, Brandon, FR*
FLOR, Sam, JR*
FREEMAN, Carlos, SO*
MADISON, Cole, SO*
MIDDLETON, Eduardo, JR*
HOPKINS, Mack, FR*
NORVELL, Drew, FR
OCONNELL, Cody, SO*
OSUR-MYERS, Noah, FR
PERROT, Davis, FR
PRICE, Joseph, FR
SAKARIA, Amosa, FR
SALMONSON, B.J., SO*
SEYDEL, Jacob, SR*
SORENSON, Riley, JR
QUARTERBACKS (6)
BENDER, Peyton, FR*
ENNIS, Connor, SO*
FALK, Luke, SO*
HILINSKI, Tyler, FR
JIMISON, Matt, FR
JORGENSON, Christian, FR
RUNNING BACKS (6)
HARRINGTON, Keith, FR*
LEE, Alijah, FR*
MORROW, Jamal, SO*
TAULELEI, Madigan, FR
WICKS, Gerard, SO*
WILLIAMS, James, FR
TIGHT ENDS (1)
BEGG, Nick, FR*
WIDE RECEIVERS (21)
ANDERSON, Erik, SO*
ANDRE, Zaire, FR*
BAKER, Tyler, SR*
BARTOLONE, Brett, JR*
BOONE, Xavius, FR
CRACRAFT, River, JR
DAVIS, Isaiah, FR*
DIMRY, C.J., JR*
FOSSUM, Kaleb, FR
GREEN, Calvin, SO
HAVELOCK, Cody, FR*
LEWIS, Robert, SO*
LILIENTHAL, Daniel, SR*
MARKS, Gabe, JR*
MARTIN JR., Tavares, FR
PRIESTER, Kyrin, FR*
SWEET, Kyle, FR
THOMPSON, D.J., FR*
THOMPSON, John, JR
WARE, Barry, FR*
WILLIAMS, Dom, SR*

COUGARS BY CLASS

FRESHMEN (30)
ABRAMO, Matt, K
BIGGE-DUREN, Cedric, OL
BOONE, Xavius, WR
CHARME, Zach, P/K
DAVIS, Hunter, S
FEHOKO, T.J., DL
FOSSUM, Kaleb, WR
HECKER, Andrew, S
HILINSKI, Tyler, QB
JENKINS, Kemoree, CB
JIMISON, Matt, QB
JORGENSON, Christian, QB
MARTIN JR., Tavares, WR
MATTOX, Hunter, DL
MOLTON, Darrien, CB
NORVELL, Drew, OL
OGUAYO, Nnamdi, LB
OSUR-MYER, Noah, OL
PERROT, Davis, OL
POWELL, Kameron, S
PRICE, Joseph, OL
SAKARIA, Amosa, OL
SCHAFER, Brett, K
SINGLETON, Deion, S
SWEET, Kyle, WR
TAGO, Logan, ATH
TAULELEI, Madigan, RB
TOKI, Thomas, DL
WILLIAMS, James, RB
YATES-BROWN, Julius, CB

RS-SOPHOMORES (20)
ANDERSON, Erik, WR
DeRIDER, Nate, LB
DOTSON, Isaac, S
EKUALE, Daniel, DL
ENNIS, Connor, QB
FALK, Luke, QB
FREEMAN, Carlos, OL
HUNDEBY, Nathan, LB
LEMORA, Darius, S
LEWIS, Robert, WR
MADISON, Cole, OL
MORROW, Jamal, RB
OCONNELL, Cody, OL
PARKER, Kirkland, CB
PELLUER, Peyton, LB
POWELL, Erik, K
SALMONSON, B.J., OL
SINCHAK, Dakota, CB
WHITE, Charleston, CB
WICKS, Gerard, RB

RS-FRESHMEN (23)
ANDRE, Zaire, WR
BEGG, Nick, TE
BENDER, Peyton, QB
CELLI, Kyle, FR*
COMFORT, Taylor, LB
DAVIS, Isaiah, WR
DILLARD, Andre, OL
EVERS, Brandon, OL
FERNANDEZ, Kingston, DL
GRIFFIN, Drew, LB
HARRINGTON, Keith, RB
HAVELOCK, Cody, WR
HOPKINS, Mack, OL
HOYD III, Greg, LB
LAIRD, Jacob, DL
LEE, Alijah, RB
LENIU, Chandler, LB
MATAAFA, Hecules, DL
PRIESTER, Kyrin, WR
SIMPSON, Connor, WR
TAPA, Ngalu, DL
THOMPSON, D.J., WR
WARE, Barry, WR

REDSHIRT-JUNIORS (15)
BARBER, Robert, NT
BARTOLONE, Brett, WR
BUCANNON, David, S
COATES, Reggie, DL
DIMRY, C.J., WR
FLOR, Sam, OL
HEARN, Thomas, FB
HENRY, Parker, LB
MARKS, Gabe, WR
MIDDLETON, Eduardo, OL
MITCHELL, Jeremiah, DL
PORTER, Aaron, LB
ROACH, Willie, S
TAYLOR, Paris, LB
TEGLOVIC, Colton, S

SOPHOMORES (6)
GREEN, Calvin, WR
HAMEED, Suli, S
HANSER, Dylan, LB
LUVU, Frankie, LB
PIPPINS, Marcellus, CB
PORTER, Pat, CB

JUNIORS (8)
BROUGHTON, Treshon, CB
COX, Mitchell, K
CRACRAFT, River, WR
GRAVELLE, Lucas, LS
HAY, Brendan, CB
LUANI, Shalom, S
SORENSON, Riley, OL
THOMPSON, John, WR

SENIORS (4)
ALLISON, Jeremiah, LB
PALACIO, Kache, LB
TALIULU, Taylor, S
VAEAO, Destiny, DL
REDSHIRT-SENIORS (12)
BAKER, Tyler, WR
BRESHEARS, Quentin, K
CHRIST, Moritz, OL
CRACRAFT, Skyler, S
DAHL, Joe, OL
EKLUND, Gunnar, OL
LILIENTHAL, Daniel, WR
McCLAIN, Devonte, DL
McLENNAN, Ivan, LB
PAULO, Darryl, DL
SEYDEL, Jacob, OL
WILLIAMS, Dom, WR

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POST-SPRING DEPTH CHART


COUGAR OFFENSE

COUGAR DEFENSE

80 Dom WILLIAMS
87 Daniel LILIENTHAL

6-2
6-2

200
203

SR*
SR*

99 Darryl PAULO
60 Reggie COATES
98 Jeremiah MITCHELL

6-2
6-0
6-4

255
235
256

SR*
JR*
JR*

21 River CRACRAFT
26 Tyler BAKER

6-0 200
5-10 190

JR
SR*

NT

90 Daniel EKUALE
92 Robert BARBER

6-3
6-3

288
307

SO*
JR*

LT

56 Joe DAHL
60 Andre DILLARD

6-5
6-5

310
270

SR*
FR*

97 Destiny VAEAO
50 Hercules MATAAFA

6-4
6-2

298
242

SR
FR*

LG

63 Gunnar EKLUND
76 Cody OCONNELL

6-7
6-8

305
346

SR*
SO*

RUSH
or

40 Kache PALACIO
3 Ivan McCLENNAN

6-2
6-4

231
233

SR
SR*

C

or

58 Riley SORENSON
78 Carlos FREEMAN
64 Sam FLOR

6-4
6-3
6-4

319
303
309

JR
SO*
JR*

WIL

8 Jeremiah ALLISON
20 Paris TAYLOR

6-2
6-3

228
219

SR
JR*

RG

73 Eduardo MIDDLETON
62 Moritz CHRIST

6-5
6-5

310
327

JR*
SR*

MIKE

47 Peyton PELLUER
44 Chandler LENIU

6-0
6-0

227
261

SO*
FR*

RT

61 Cole MADISON
66 Jacob SEYDEL

6-5
6-6

303
295

SO*
SR*

170
194

SO*
JR

NICKEL 28 Darius LEMORA



19 Colton TEGLOVIC
or
29 Parker HENRY

6-0 196
6-0 195
5-11 207

SO*
JR*
JR*

15 Robert LEWIS
85 John THOMPSON

5-9
5-8

Gabe MARKS
Calvin GREEN

6-0 190
5-10 175

SO*
SO

CB

27 Marcellus PIPPINS
17 Pat PORTER

5-10 167
5-10 166

SO
SO

9
5

Luke FALK
Peyton BENDER

6-4
6-0

205
187

SO*
FR*

FS

31 Isaac DOTSON
41 Willie ROACH

6-1
6-1

215
196

SO*
JR*

QB
or

4
6

23 Gerard WICKS
24 Keith HARRINGTON
25 Jamal MORROW

6-0
5-8
5-9

224
180
190

SO*
FR*
SO*

SS

30 Taylor TALIULU
2 Sulaiman HAMEED

6-0 205
5-10 190

SR
SO

RB

or

CB

4 Charleston WHITE
36 David BUCANNON

6-0
6-0

SO*
SO*

* = Redshirted

COUGAR SPECIALISTS
P TBD
K TBD
LS TBD
H TBD
PR

TBD

KOR TBD

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194

PLAYER PROFILES

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PLAYER PROFILES

JEREMIAH ALLISON ***

ERIK ANDERSON

Linebacker
6-2 228
Senior
Los Angeles, Calif.
Dorsey HS 12
Criminal Justice

Wide Receiver
6-2 190
RS-Sophomore
Burien, Wash.
Highline HS 13
Sport Management

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WSU CAREER

WSU CAREER

JUNIOR (2014): Prior to season, named to All State Good Works Team for charitable
work and community work (Habitat For Humanity, WSU Reading Buddies, Sr.
Buddies, Special Olympics, Butchs Holiday Bash, Student-Athlete Advisory
Committee)earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, starting the
final nine at WILL linebackernamed All-Pac-12 honorable mentionsecond
on team with 78 tackles, 69 coming as a starterthird on team with 8.5 tacklesfor-loss including 3.5 sacksrecorded three double-digit tackle performances
voted a team captain prior to the Arizona gamemade two tackles against Rutgers
in Seattlerecorded four tackles at Nevadamade two tackles-for-loss against
Portland State...made first career start against No. 2 Oregon, made 10 tackles
made a career-high 13 tackles with two for loss in win at Utahhad two tackles
against Californiamade nine tackles, including one sack, at No. 25 Stanford
had eight tackles against No. 15 Arizonamade six tackles with one sack against
USCmade 12 tackles with one sack in road win at Oregon Statemade four
tackles at No. 13 Arizona Statehad five tackles in Apple Cup.
SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games, mainly
on special teamstallied seven tackles and recovered one fumblemade three
tackles on special teamsrecorded two solo tackles in the win over Southern
Utahmade one tackle against Idaho and one against No. 5 Stanford in Seattle
recovered a fumble on a kickoff in the win at Californiamade a tackle in the win
at Arizona and the win over Utahmade one tackle against Colorado State in the
New Mexico Bowl.
FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 gamesrecorded
four tackles, three solo while playing mainly on special teamsassisted on one
tackle at No. 14 Oregon Statemade two solo tackles against Californiamade
one solo tackle in the Apple Cup.

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Member of the teamdid not appear in a game.


FRESHMAN (2013): Walked on January, 2014

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Three-year letterwinner for head coach Paul Knox at Dorsey High School...earned
first team All-Coliseum League honors as SOPHOMORE after making 88 tackles and
leading the city with 20 sacks... Wave Newspapers All-City Team...as a JUNIOR
tallied 97 tackles, a city-best 20 sacks and one interception...named to Los Angeles
Times All-Southland Team... All-LA City Section Team... Wave Newspapers All-City
Team...named to MaxPreps Division I All-California First Team..as a SENIOR made
118 tackles and recorded 23 sacks...finished his high school career with 63 sacks...
participated in Semper Fidelis Bowl last month...named to All-LA Times Southland
Team... All-Los Angeles City Section Team...repeated selection on MaxPreps
Division I All-California First Team...rated three stars by ESPNU, Rivals.com and
Scout.com...Scout.com has him rated as the No. 7 OLB in the West and No. 45
overall prospect in California...named to Tacoma News Tribunes Western 100...
received straight As throughout high school career...4.31 GPA...also lettered in
track and field.
PERSONAL
Majoring in criminal justice.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2012
11/0 4 3 1 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0
2013
13/0 7 1 6 0/0 0/0 0 1 0
0/0
2014
12/9 78 51 27 8.5/-31 3/-18 0 0 0
0/0
TOTALS
36/9 89 55 34 8.5/-31 3/-18 0 1 0
0/0

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Highline High School in Burien, Wash.three-year letterwinneras a
SOPHOMORE, named All-Seamount League honorable mention as a safety and
quarterbackas a JUNIOR, named All-Seamount League honorable mention as
a safety and quarterbackas a SENIOR, named All-Seamount League Second
Team as a quarterbackalso lettered three times in basketball and baseball
two-time all-league selection in basketball and all-league shortstop as a senior.
PERSONAL
Parents Mark and Suedad, Mark, played tight end at Western Washington
plans to major in sport management.

ZAIRE ANDRE
Wide Receiver
5-10 167
RS-Freshman
Inglewood, Calif.
Inglewood HS 14
Undeclared

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FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Inglewood High School in Inglewood, Calif.JUNIOR season was an AllOcean League Second Team selection at wide receiver after catching 12 passes
for 217 yards and two touchdownsas a SENIOR, named Ocean League Offensive
Player of the Year and to the All-Wave Second Team as an all-purpose selection
by the Los Angeles Wavecaught 20 passes for 245 yards and two touchdowns
while splitting time at quarterbackrushed for 130 yardsrated three stars by
ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com ranked the No. 80 overall prospect in
California by ESPN.com.

PLAYER PROFILES

TYLER BAKER *

BRETT BARTOLONE **

Wide Receiver
5-10 190
RS-Senior
Bullard, Texas
Brook Hill HS 11 / Ole Miss
Social Sciences

Wide Receiver
5-10 182
RS-Junior
La Habra, Calif.
La Habra HS 12
Sport Management

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WSU CAREER

RS-JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, making
three startscaught 27 passes for 308 yards and two touchdownsappeared
mostly on special teams the first six gamesmade first career catch for six yards
at No. 25 Stanfordhad four catches for 59 yards and one eight-yard touchdown
against No. 15 Arizonahad nine receptions for 89 yards against USChad nine
catches for 113 yards and one 21-yard touchdown at Oregon Statehad four
receptions for 41 yards at No. 13 Arizona State.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2013): Member of team...did not appear in a game.
RS-FRESHMAN (2012): Sat out season due to NCAA transfer rules.

JUNIOR (2014): Redshirt season.


SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in five games and
making two startscaught 10 passes for 53 yardsstarted at Auburn and made
one catch for six yardshad four receptions for 25 yards in the win at No. 25
USCcaught two passes for 10 yards at Californiamade two catches for four
yards against Oregon State.
FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, making
nine startsnamed All-Pac-12 honorable mentionled team with 53 receptions
tallied 435 receiving yards and four touchdownsreturned six punts for 15 yards
returned two kickoffs for 48 yardsfirst collegiate catch went for 22 yards at
BYUmade five receptions for 15 yards against Eastern Washingtonmade first
career start, recorded four catches for 27 yards at UNLVposted season-highs of
nine receptions and 87 yards and caught first career touchdown pass (26 yards)
against No. 2 Oregon in Seattlehad six catches for 44 yards and two touchdowns
(8 yards, 6 yards) against California, had a 28-yard kickoff returnhad six catches
for 41 yards and one five-yard punt return at No. 19 Stanfordcaught a seven-yard
touchdown pass against No. 17 UCLAmade four catches for 28 yards and caught
a two-point conversion in Apple Cup win over Washington.

OLE MISS CAREER


FRESHMAN (2011): Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Played for coach Terry Pirtle at Brook Hill High School...earned all-state honors
all four years...named MVP of the state championship game as a JUNIOR and
SENIOR...scored 134 career touchdowns...rushed for over 4,000 yards and 63
TDs in his career...threw for more than 5,000 yards and 55 TDs...posted 19 career
interceptions and seven touchdowns on defense...earned all-state honors in
basketball.
PERSONAL
Parents Steve Baker and Julie Stokes...social sciences major.
CAREER STATS
RECEIVING
2013
2014
TOTALS

G/GS PC
0/0 0
12/3 27
12/3 27

YDS AVG TD
0 0.0 0
308 11.4 2
308 11.4 2

LG
0
24
24

ROBERT BARBER **
Nose Tackle
6-3 307
RS-Junior
Pago Pago, American Samoa
Fagaitua HS 12
Criminal Justice

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WSU CAREER
RS-SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games,
making one starttotaled six tackles including one for lossmade two tackles
including one for loss at Nevadamade one tackle against Portland State, No. 2
Oregon and at Utahmade one tackle in Apple Cup.
RS-FRESHMAN (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in four games
tallied one tackle against Southern Utahappeared at USC, against Idaho and
Oregon State.
FRESHMAN (2012): Redshirted after suffering knee injury in fall camp.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Four-year letterwinner for head coach Frank Mazzotta at La Habra High School...
as a FRESHMAN helped LHHS to a 12-2 record, a Freeway League title and CIF
championship...as a SOPHOMORE earned first team All-CIF, All-Area and AllFreeway League accolades and helped LHHS to 13-1 record, a league title and a
CIF championship...made 45 catches for 1,042 yards and 12 touchdowns...also had
21 carries for 179 yards and two scores...as a JUNIOR earned first team all-area
and all-league honors...helped LHHS to a 11-3 record and its third straight CIF and
league titles...named Freeway League Offensive Player of the Year and first team
All-County as a SENIOR...made 50 receptions for 643 yards and eight touchdowns...
rushed for 924 yards and nine touchdowns...was an all-CIF Southwest Division,
all-area and all-league first team selection...helped LHHS to its fourth consecutive
league title.
PERSONAL
Majoring in sport management.
CAREER STATS
RECEIVING G/GS PC YDS AVG TD
2012
12/9 53 435 8.2 4
2013
5/2 10 53 5.3 0
2014 Redshirt Season
TOTALS
17/11 63 488 7.7 4

LG
26
13
26

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


As a JUNIOR helped team to runner-up finish in Island championship game...
SENIOR year team captured Island championship...participated in 2011 Samoa
Bowl, 2012 IFAF World Game and 2012 IFAF Samoa vs. Australia game...also played
cricket.
PERSONAL
Majoring in criminal justice.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2013
4/0 1 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0
2014
12/1 6 2 4 1/-4 0/0 0 0 0
0/0
TOTALS 16/1 7 2 5 1/-4 0/0 0 0 0
0/0

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PLAYER PROFILES

NICK BEGG

QUENTIN BRESHEARS *

Tight End
6-5 237
RS-Freshman
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.
Santa Margarita HS 13
Marketing

Kicker
6-0 184
RS-Senior
Turlock, Calif.
Pitman HS 11 / Fresno State / Fresno City College 14
Social Sciences

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WSU CAREER

FRESHMAN (2014): Enrolled at WSU in Jan., 2014 and participated in spring drills...
redshirt season.

RS-JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, 10 as the


starting kickermade 9-of-12 field goal attempts with a long of 46went 41-of-42
on extra point attemptsrecorded 68 pointsmade from 38 yards at Nevada
made from 29 and all eight PATs in win over Portland Statewent 1-for-2 on
field goal attempts against No. 2 Oregon, making from 30 yardswent 1-for-2 on
field goal attempts against California, making from 42 and all eight PATsmade
season-high 46 yards at No. 25 Stanfordmade from 40 yards out and went 4-for-5
in PATs against No. 15 Arizonamade from 27 yards against USCwent 1-for-2
on field goal attempts in win at Oregon State, hitting from 32 yardsmade 27-yard
field goal at No. 13 Arizona State.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Santa Margarita High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. with
current Cougars River Cracraft, Riley Sorenson and Kyle Sweet...two-year
letterwinner...as a SENIOR, earned All-West Region honors by PrepStarrated
three stars by Rivals.com and Scout.comranked the No. 95 defensive end
prospect in the country by Scout.com in 2013...listed as the No. 96 defensive end
recruit in the nation by ESPN in 2013graduated from SMHS in 2013initially
signed with Arizona State by chose to delay enrollment.
PERSONAL
Parents Frank and Mary Ann...younger sister, Morgan...majoring in marketing.

Attended Fresno City Collegeas a REDSHIRT-SOPHOMORE in 2013, appeared in


11 gameswent 7-of-9 on field goal attempts and 47-of-50 in extra pointstotaled
68 pointsalso punted once for 50 yards.
FRESNO STATE CAREER

PEYTON BENDER
Quarterback
6-0 187
RS-Freshman
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Cardinal Gibbons HS 14
Sport Management

JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER

Attended Fresno State Universityredshirted 2011 seasonas a REDSHIRTFRESHMAN in 2012, went 12-for-15 on field-goal attempts with a long of 43 yards
posted a .786 field goal percentage...12 made field goals were the third most in the
conference...was 57-of-63 on PAT attempts...made all four of his field goal attempts
at No. 4 Oregon...was named the MW Special Teams Player of the Week following
the Oregon game, becoming the first Bulldog to ever earn the weekly Mountain
West award.

WSU CAREER

PERSONAL

FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season...in the 2015 Crimson & Gray Spring Game,
completed 29-of-42 pass attempts for 265 yards with two touchdowns (38,16) and
two interceptions.

Majoring in social sciences.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.as a JUNIOR,
split time at quarterbackwent 96-of-176 for 1,402 yards with 15 touchdowns and
six interceptionsas a SENIOR, named 5A All-State honorable mentionwent
167-for-256 for 2,184 yards, 28 touchdowns and six interceptions in 10 gamesled
team to 9-1 record before breaking collarbone in 10th game, missing the remainder
of the seasonrated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com
ranked the No. 25 pro-style quarterback in the country and No. 81 overall prospect
in Florida by Rivals.comScout.com lists him at No. 80 among Florida prospects.

CAREER STATS
KICKING G/GS PTS PAT FGM-FGA 1-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LG
2012 (FSU) 13/13 93 57-63 12-15
4-5 7-8
1-2 0-0 43
2013 (FCC)
11 68
47-50
7-9 - - - -
43
2014 (WSU)
11/10 68 41-42 9-12 3-5 3-4 3-3 0-0 46

DAVID BUCANNON *
Safety
6-0 194
RS-Junior
Fairfield, Calif.
Vanden HS 12
Management Information Systems

PERSONAL
Parents Mike and Kelley...majoring in sport management.

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WSU CAREER
RS-SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in final five
gamesplayed on special teams against No. 15 Arizona, USC, at Oregon State, at
No. 13 Arizona State and the Apple Cup.
RS-FRESHMAN (2013): Member of team...did not appear in a game.
FRESHMAN (2012): Redshirt seasonScout Team Defensive Player of the Year.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
As a JUNIOR earned all-region, all-city and all-league honors as a defensive back
after making a league-high 108 tackles...also made 17 catches for 227 yards and
three touchdowns...led the city with 114 tackles as a SENIOR... recorded two
interceptions, nine pass breakups and forced two fumbles...caught 26 passes
at wide receiver...named first-team All-California by Fox SportsNext...earned
Cal-High Sports First-Team All-State for medium schools...played in the Holiday
Classic, the Bay Areas all-star game.
PERSONAL
Parents Duane and Sonji...brothers Deone and Davondre...older brother, Deone,
was a safety for the Cougars and first-round draft pick by Arizona Cardinals in
2014....majoring in management information systems.

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PLAYER PROFILES

MORITZ CHRIST

RIVER CRACRAFT **

Offensive Line
6-5 327
RS-Junior
Siegen, Germany
Leander HS (Texas) 11
Social Sciences

Wide Receiver
6-0 200
Junior
Trabuco Canyon, Calif.
Santa Margarita HS 13
Sport Management

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WSU CAREER

WSU CAREER

RS-JUNIOR (2014): Switched back to offensive line prior to the seasondid not
appear in a game.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2013): Did not appear in a game.
RS-FRESHMAN (2012): Appeared in final two games of season.
FRESHMAN (2011): Redshirt season.

JUNIOR (2015): Named to Biletnikoff Award Watch List.


SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in nine games, making
eight startsadded to Biletnikoff Award Watch List in early Octoberthird on
team with 66 receptions, ninth in the Pac-12 and tenth-most in WSU single-season
historythird on team and tenth in the conference with 771 receiving yards
fourth on team and seventh in the Pac-12 with eight touchdown catchesranked
No. 21 in the country with 6.6 receptions-per-gameaveraged 11.7 yards-percatchposted four 100-yard gamesalso had four punt returns with a long
of 12did not play at Nevada, against USC and at Oregon Statemade eight
catches for 83 yards and a seven-yard touchdown against Rutgers in Seattle
recorded seven catches for 88 yards and a 15-yard touchdown in win over
Portland Statecaught eight passes for 107 yards with a five-yard touchdown
against No. 2 Oregonmade nine receptions for 126 yards in win at Utah
selected a team captain against Californiamade 11 catches for a career-high
172 yards and career-high three touchdowns (17, 86, 9) against Californiamade
a career-high and then WSU single-game record 14 receptions for 100 yards and
three-yard touchdown at No. 25 Stanford, also had 12-yard punt returnrecorded
three receptions for 40 yards and six-yard touchdown in Apple Cupearned Pac12 All-Academic honorable mention.
FRESHMAN (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games, starting
10 gamesnamed All-Freshman Team honorable mention by College Football
Newsearned All-Pac-12 Honorable Mentionmade 46 receptions for 614
yards and three touchdownsaveraged 13.3 yards-per-catch, second-best
on teamthird on team with eight receptions of 20-plus yards including two
for touchdownsstarted season opener at Auburn, made three catches for 14
yardsmade a season-high six receptions for 87 yards in win over Southern
Utahmade four catches for 52 yards in start against No. 5 Stanford in Seattle
had five catches for 65 yards and first career touchdown (12 yards) in start at No.
2 Oregonhad four receptions for 78 yards in start against No. 25 Arizona State
started and caught three passes for 43 yards including a 24-yard touchdown in win
at Arizonamade three catches for 44 yards in win against Utahstarted and
had three receptions for 47 yards at Washingtonstarted, tied WSU bowl game
record for receptions with nine for 125 yards and one 25-yard touchdown against
Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended and played football for Leander High School in Leander, Texas as an
exchange student during his sophomore year from 2008-09also threw the
shotput and played goalie for the LHS soccer teamattended Gymnasium Am
dohrlor (high school) as a freshman, junior and seniorplayed football in Germany
for the club team Siegen Sentinals.
PERSONAL
Born in Siegen, Germanyparents are Ralph and Petra Maechelor-Christhas
one sister, Helleoasocial sciences major.

REGGIE COATES
Defensive Line
6-0 235
RS-Junior
Encino, Calif.
Crespi 11 Nevada
Humanities

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WSU CAREER
JUNIOR (2014): Transferred in the fall...redshirt season.
NEVADA CAREER
Attended the University of Nevada...played in all 13 games as a freshman in 2012,
mostly on special teams...credited with three tackles and also broke up a pass...
played in four games a sophomore in 2013, recording six tackles.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Crespi High School in Encino, Calif....four-year letterwinners in both
football and basketball...named first-team all-league in football as a junior and
senior...also earned all-league honors in basketball.
PERSONAL
Mother, Theresa Coates...younger brother, Ryan...humanities major.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Santa Margarita High School....four-year letterwinner for coach Harry
Welchas a SOPHOMORE, earned All-State and All-Trinity League honors after
making 35 receptions for 469 yards...made 41 tackles and three interceptions...as
a JUNIOR, earned All-CIF honors after catching 43 passes for 639 yards and five
touchdowns while only playing in eight games...helped SMHS to a CIF State D1 title
and a 13-2 record...as a SENIOR, named All-County by the Orange County Register,
All-Trinity League and Trinity League Offensive Player of the Year after recording
56 receptions for 935 yards and nine touchdowns...also intercepted one pass and
recorded five pass breakups...finished carer with 134 career receptions in SMHS
history, second to former NFL wideout Brian Finneran...finished career with 2,043
career receiving yards, third-most in SMHS history...selected to play in South
Bay BMW West Coast Bowl, caught two passes for 32 yards including a 17-yard
touchdown...rated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com...ranked
the No. 91 overall prospect out of California by ESPN.com...high school teammates
with fellow Cougar signee Riley Sorensonalso played baseball and ran track.
PERSONAL
Parents are both named Tracyolder sister, Lexie and brother, Skylarfather,
Tracy played baseball at Taft Junior Collegecousin, Cheyenne Cracraft
rides equestrian at Auburn Universityinvolved in Pediatric Cancer Research
Foundation...sport management major.
CAREER STATS
RECEIVING G/GS
2013 13/10
2014 9/8
TOTALS 22/18

PC
46
66
112

YDS AVG
614 13.3
771 11.7
1385 12.4

TD
3
8
11

LG
35
86
86

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PLAYER PROFILES

JOE DAHL **

ANDRE DILLARD

Offensive Line
6-5 310
RS-Senior
Spokane, Wash.
University HS 11 Montana
Management and Operations

Offensive Line
6-5 270
RS-Freshman
Woodinville, Wash.
Woodinville HS 14
Management Information Systems

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WSU CAREER

RS-JUNIOR (2014): Earned varsity letter after starting all 12 games at left tackles
named All-Pac-12 honorable mentionnamed to All-Pac-12 third team by Phil
Steele Magazinesurrendered just one sacknamed a team captain twice
(Rutgers, at Oregon State)earned a team-best six BONE awards, given to the
offensive lineman who performed the best each weeknamed WSUs Mike Utley
Offensive Lineman of the Year.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 13 games
started first 12 at left guardstarted at left tackle against Colorado State in the
New Mexico Bowl.
RS-FRESHMAN (2012): Transferred to WSU in January, 2012 and participated in
spring drills...sat out season due to NCAA transfer rules.

FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season.

MONTANA CAREER

Dad, Mitch, was an offensive lineman for the Cougars in the late 1980s...majoring
in management information systems.

FRESHMAN (2011): Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Woodinville High School in Woodinville, Wash.as a SENIOR, named
All-KingCo First Team and KingCo 4A Crest Division Offensive Lineman of the
Yearnamed to Seattle Times All-Area First Teamrated two stars by ESPN.com,
Rivals.com and Scout.comranked the No. 6 overall prospect in Washington by
ESPN.comnamed a red chip prospect, one of Washingtons top-16 prospects by
The Seattle Times.
PERSONAL

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

ISAAC DOTSON *

Three-year letterwinner in both football and basketball at University High School


in Spokane...was the only Spokane-area player to be named All-Greater Spokane
League First Team on offense and defense...selected first team all-state at
defensive end...also a starter in basketball.

Safety
6-1 215
RS-Sophomore
Bellevue, Wash.
Newport HS 13
Marketing

PERSONAL
Majoring in management and operations.

WSU CAREER

NATE DeRIDER
Linebacker
6-1 224
RS-Sophomore
Bellevue, Wash.
Bellevue HS 13
Marketing

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WSU CAREER
RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Member of teamdid not appear in a game.
FRESHMAN (2013): Walked on in fallredshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Bellevue High School in Bellevue, Wash.four-year letterwinner and
four-time state championas a JUNIOR, named second team All-KingCo at
linebackeras a SENIOR, named team captain and earned second All-KingCo
league honors after leading team in tacklesBHS named 2012 HUDL National
High School Championsreceived Reach of the Stars scholarship award.
PERSONAL
Born in Bellevue, Wash.parents Robert and Julieyounger sister, Elleboth
parents attended WSU, mom, Julie was a member of the crew teamcousin,
former Cougar baseball player Derek Jones, holds school record for home runs
majoring in marketing.

SOPHOMORE (2014): Appeared in two games, mostly on special teamsmade two


tackles against Rutgers in Seattle and two tackles at Nevadamissed remainder
of season with an injury.
FRESHMAN (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in seven games, mostly
on special teamsrecorded 10 tackles, four coming on kickoff coveragevoted
a team captain prior to the Oregon gamemade two tackles in win over Southern
Utahhad three tackles in win over Idahorecorded two tackles against No.
5 Stanford in Seattlemade one tackle at California, against Oregon State and
against No. 25 Arizona State.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Newport High Schoolfour-year letterwinner for coach Mike Miller
as a SOPHOMORE, named All-King County second team quarterbacknamed
All-King County second team in basketballas a JUNIOR, named All-King County
honorable mention at quarterbackrushed for 741 yards and 12 touchdowns
also passed for 1,073 yards and 10 touchdownsalso named All-King County
second team in basketballas a SENIOR, earned All-Area honors by the Seattle
Times and All-King County first team at quarterback after rushing for 1,047 yards
and 17 touchdownsalso threw for 765 yards and 11 touchdownsselected to
play in East-West All-Star Gamenamed a red chip prospect, one of Washingtons
top 100 prospects by the Seattle Timesrated three stars by Rivals.com and ESPN.
comranked the No. 16 prospect in Washington by ESPN.comnamed All-King
County first team in basketball as a senioralso lettered four times in basketball.
PERSONAL
Parents, Michael and Chrisifour older sisters, Kalla, Jeunai, Stephanie and
Chanelfather, Michael, wrestled for the Cougars (1983-86), was a three-time
NCAA and Pac-10 qualifier and earned All-American honors as juniorsister,
Kalla, played basketball at Whitman Collegeboth parents along with sisters,
Stephanie and Chanel attended WSUpursuing a degree in marketing.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2013
7/0 10 7 3 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0
2014
2/0 4 1 3 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0
TOTALS
9/0 14 8 6 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0

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PLAYER PROFILES

GUNNAR EKLUND ***

CONNOR ENNIS

Offensive Line
6-7 305
RS-Senior
Lake Stevens, Wash.
Lake Stevens HS 11
Political Science

Quarterback
5-11 186
RS-Sophomore
Washington D.C.
Gonzaga HS 13
Entrepreneurship

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WSU CAREER

WSU CAREER

RS-JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games at left guard
earned three BONE awards, given to the offensive lineman who performed the
best each week.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 13 gamesstarted
first 12 games at left tacklestarted at left guard against Colorado State in the
New Mexico Bowl.
RS-FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in seven games
started seven games at left tackle...first career start came at UNLV...missed final
three games due to injury.
FRESHMAN (2011): Redshirt season.

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Member of teamdid not appear in a game...in the 2015


Crimson & Gray Spring Game, completed 8-of-14 pass attempts for 62 yards with
one interception.
FRESHMAN (2013): Walked on in Fall, 2013...redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

Plans to pursue a degree in entrepreneurship.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Gonzaga High School in Washington D.C.as a SENIOR, went 54-of-88
for 681 yards and six touchdowns.
PERSONAL

Two-year letterwinner in football for coach Tom Trias a SENIOR, named to AllArea First Team as both a defensive lineman and offensive linemanselected to
start in East-West gamealso lettered once in basketball, named to All-Wesco
League First Team as a SENIORalso lettered once in track and fieldplayed
legion baseball as a sophomore and won at state tournament, hit .690 in the
tournament.

BRANDON EVERS
Offensive Line
6-6 290
RS-Freshman
Redding, Calif.
Enterprise HS 14
Economics

PERSONAL
Born in Redmond, Wash.older brother Jake attended WSUyounger brother,
Lars and older sister, Jamiemajoring in political science.

DANIEL EKUALE *
Defensive Line
6-3 288
RS-Sophomore
Pago Pago, American Samoa
Nuuuli Technical HS 13
Criminal Justice

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WSU CAREER
FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season.

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WSU CAREER
RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games
tallied nine tacklesmade three tackles-for-loss including one sackfirst career
tackle came at Nevadamade two tackles in win over Portland Staterecorded
one tackle against No. 2 Oregon and at No. 25 Stanfordmade first career tacklefor-loss against No. 15 Arizonatallied a tackle-for-loss in win at Oregon State
made two tackles including first career sack at No. 13 Arizona State.
FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Enterprise High School in Redding, Calif.as a JUNIOR, named Eastern
Athletic League honorable mentionas a SENIOR, named to Cal-Hi Sports AllState First Team for medium schools, All-CIF Northern Section First Team and
All-Eastern Athletic League First Team as an offensive linemanalso named
All-Northern California Second Team as a defensive linemanhelped EHS post a
13-1 record while winning a D1 CIF Northern Section Title and reach the Division
II State Championship gameoffensive averaged over 400 yards-per-game
helped EHS go 22-4 over final two seasons, claimed back-to-back CIF Northern
Division titlesrated three stars by Rivals.com and two stars by ESPN.com and
Scout.comRivals lists him at No. 99 among California prospects.
PERSONAL
Plans to pursue a degree in economics.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Nuuuli Techincal High School, graduated in 2012rated three stars
by Scout.comranked the No. 92 defensive tackle prospect by Scout.com and
America Samoas top overall prospect by 247sports.com.
PERSONAL
Plans to pursue a degree in criminal justice.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
12/0 9 6 3 3/-13 1/-9 0 0 0
0/0

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PLAYER PROFILES

LUKE FALK *

KINGSTON FERNANDEZ

Quarterback
6-4 205
RS-Sophomore
Logan, Utah
Logan HS 13
Psychology

Defensive Line
6-2 256
RS-Freshman
Kapolei, Hawaii
Kapolei HS 14
Kinesiology

WSU CAREER

WSU CAREER

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in six games, starting
final three gamescompleted 156-of-243 pass attempts for 1,859 yardsthrew
13 touchdowns and seven interceptionsaveraged 309.8 yards-per-gameposted four 300-games including marks for 471 yards and 601 yardsthrew multiple
touchdowns four timesmade collegiate debut for one play at Nevadasecond
career completion was 84-yard touchdown in win over Portland Statecame in
for injured Connor Halliday against USC, went 38-for-57 for 346 yards with two
touchdowns (9, 12) and one interceptionfirst career start came in win at Oregon
State, went 44-for-61 for 471 yards and five touchdowns, most yards and touchdowns thrown by a Cougar quarterback in first career startnamed Pac-12 Conference Player of the Week following win at OSUin start at No. 13 Arizona State,
recorded third-most pass attempts in school history (74), fourth-most completions
in school history (45) and second-most yards in school history (601)threw three
touchdowns and four interceptions, also rushed for one-yard touchdownin first
career Apple Cup, went 27-of-49 for 355 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions...in 2015 Crimson & Gray Spring Game, went 26-of-33 for 323 yards with
two touchdowns (55,9).
FRESHMAN (2013): Walked on in fall...redshirt season.

FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season.


HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Kapolei High School in Kapolei, Hawaiias a JUNIOR, named All-Oahu
Interscholastic Association Red West honorable mentionas a SENIOR, named
All-State Third Team by Hawaii Star-Advertiser.named All-OIA Red West First
Team after making 68 tackles including 17 sacksnamed a team captain as a
seniornamed Defensive Player of the Year Finalist by KHON Cover2rated
three stars and the No. 2 overall prospect in Hawaii by Scout.com.
PERSONAL
Majoring in kinesiology.

SAM FLOR
Offensive Line
6-4 309
RS-Junior
Seattle, Wash.
ODea HS 12
Social Sciences

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Logan High School in Logan, Utahthree-year letterwinneras a
SOPHOMORE, earned first-team All-Region and All-Valley League honors after
passing for 1,486 yards and 17 touchdownsas a JUNIOR, attended Oaks Christian
High School in Westlake Village, Calif.as a SENIOR, earned first-team All-State
and All-Region honors after throwing for 3,618 yards and 36 touchdownsset Utah
high school single-season records for pass attempts (562) and completions (330)
selected to play in the Utah High School All-Star gamethree-year letterwinner in
basketball, earning first-team All-Region honors as a junior.
PERSONAL
Parents Mike and Analeeolder sisters, Alexa and Nataleeuncle, Eric Falk,
played defensive end at Utah Stateuncle, Jeff Anderson, played basketball at
Utah State...pursuing a degree in psychology.
CAREER STATS
PASSING
2014

G/GS PA PC PI YDS TD LG AVG


6/3 243 156 7 1859 13 84
309.8

RS-SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games


made two starts at center, against No. 15 Arizona and USCearned Pac-12 AllAcademic honorable mention.
RS-FRESHMAN (2013): Member of team...did not appear in a game.
FRESHMAN (2012): Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
As a SOPHOMORE earned second team All-Metro League honors on offensive
line...helped OHE claim Metro League title...earned first team all-league honors
and led OHS to second straight Metro League title as a JUNIOR...as a SENIOR
named all-classifications all-state by Seattle Times...named Class 3A all-state by
Associated Press and all-area...earned first team all-league honors and Metro
League Offensive Lineman of the Year...led OHS to third consecutive league title
and an appearance in state title game...named to Seattle Times Red Chip list...also
lettered twice in basketball.

Majoring in social sciences.

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PERSONAL

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PLAYER PROFILES

CARLOS FREEMAN

SULI HAMEED *

Offensive Line
6-3 303
RS-Sophomore
Midwest City, Okla.
Midwest City HS 13
Construction Management

Safety
5-10 190
Sophomore
Oakland, Calif.
Alameda HS 14
Undeclared

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WSU CAREER

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Member of team did not appear in a game.


FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt season.

FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in six games, making
three startstotaled 17 tackles and one pass breakupdid not play in first three
gamesmade collegiate debut against No. 2 Oregon, tallied six tackles, five
solofirst career start came at Utah, made three tackles and broke up one pass
missed game against California...started, made four tackles at No. 25 Stanford
started and tallied one tackle against No. 15 Arizonarecorded two tackles in win
at Oregon Statemissed final two games at No. 13 Arizona State and Apple Cup.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Midwest City High Schooltwo-year letterwinner for coach Darrell
Hallas a JUNIOR, helped MCHS to a 11-1 recordnamed U.S. Army All-America
Team honorable mention, All-State honorable mention and All-District 1A and AllMid-State Conferenceas a SENIOR, helped MCHS to an 11-1 record and earned
All-State accolades from the Oklahoma Coaches Associationnamed District
3 Offensive Lineman of the Year, Mid-State Conference Lineman of the Year
also ranked states No. 1 heavyweight wrestler allowed just one sack in 23
career startsnamed to The Oklahomans Super 30 prospect list for the state of
Oklahomarated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.comranked
the No. 25 center prospect in the country by Scout.com and the No. 11 overall
prospect out of Oklahoma by ESPN.com...four-year letterwinner in wrestling
and trackalso lettered twice in powerliftingas a wrestler, ranked ninth as a
sophomore, placed third in state as junior and was state runner-up as a seniorin
powerlifting, placed third in state as a junior.
PERSONAL
Parents, Carlos Freeman Sr. and Kimberly Loweolder brother, Joshua
older sister Andrea and younger sister, Erincarries a 4.0 GPAValedictorian
nomineeplans to pursue a degree in construction management.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Alameda High School in Alameda, Calif.as a JUNIOR, missed season
with injuryas a SENIOR, named West Alameda Shoreline League First Team
defensive back despite missing first four games with injuryalso named All-Metro
League (San Francisco Bay Area) honorable mentionplayed five positions during
senior seasoncaught 26 passes for 433 yards and five touchdownsrushed for
128 yards and a score on just 20 carriescompleted 7-of-8 passes for 136 yards
and a touchdownposted 32 tackles with three passes defendedrated three
stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com.
PERSONAL
Full name, Sulaiman Hameed...pursuing a degree in communications.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
6/3 17 14 3 0/0 0/0 0 0 1
0/0

CALVIN GREEN *
Wide Receiver
5-10 175
Sophomore
Sacramento, Calif.
Luther Burbank HS 13
Undeclared

DYLAN HANSER
Linebacker
6-4 230
Sophomore
Billings, Mont.
Central Catholic HS 13
Sport Management

WSU CAREER
FRESHMAN (2014): Enrolled at WSU in Jan., 2014 and participated in spring
drills...earned a varsity letter after appearing in nine games, making one start
totaled 13 receptions for 68 yards with a long of 14made collegiate debut and
recorded first career reception against Rutgers in Seattle, made two catches for
six yardsfirst career start at Nevada, caught one pass for three yardsmade
three receptions for 24 yards in win over Portland Statecaught two passes for
five yards against No. 2 Oregoncaught three passes for 31 yards with a long of
14 against Californiamade one catch at No. 25 Stanford.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif.high school
teammates with Cougar signee Ngalu Tapaas a JUNIOR, rushed for 1,178 yards
and 12 touchdownsalso caught 23 passes for 543 yards and six touchdowns
recorded 61 tackles and five interceptionsas a SENIOR, named All-Metro
first-team defensive back by The Sacramento Beenamed Metro League Most
Valuable Player and All-CIF Sac-Joaquin Section after recording 1,701 all-purpose
yards and making 52 tackles along with two interceptionstied a national high
school record with 99-yard kickoff return in his final gameplayed in Sacramento
Optimist All-Star Game with Ngalu Taparated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.
com and Scout.comranked the No. 48 overall prospect in California by ESPN.
com, the No. 79 wide receiver prospect in the country by Scout.com, No. 56 in
Californias final rankings and No. 80 in the West region by Scout.comRivals.
com sees him as the 82nd-ranked player in Californiagraduated from LBHS in
Dec., 2013.

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FRESHMAN (2014): Enrolled at WSU in Jan., 2014 and participated in spring drills...
appeared in four games, mostly on special teamsmade collegiate debut against
Californiamade one tackle against No. 15 Arizonaappeared in games against
USC and in win at Oregon Statemissed final two games.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Central Catholic High School in Billings, Mont.as a JUNIOR, earned
All-State honors as both an outside linebacker and tight endas a SENIOR,
earned All-State and All-Conference honors at outside linebacker and tight
endhelped CCHS win state title after recording 37 tackles, 3.5 sacks and three
forced fumblesalso long snapped at CCHSearned All-Conference honors in
basketball as a junior.
PERSONAL
Pursuing a degree in sport management.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
4/0 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0

CAREER STATS
RECEIVING
2014

G/GS PC YDS AVG TD LG


9/1 13 68 5.2 0 14

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KEITH HARRINGTON

GREG HOYD III

Running Back
5-8 180
RS-Freshman
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Northeast HS 14
Communication

Linebacker
6-1 221
RS-Freshman
Murrieta, Calif.
Vista Murrieta HS 14
Kinesiology

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WSU CAREER

FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season.

FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

Attended Northeast High School in St. Petersburg, FlaSOPHOMORE season


rushed for 600 yards and had 250 receiving yardsAll-Pinellas County Athletic
conference First Team running backas a JUNIOR, named All-PCAC First Team
after recording 1,372 all-purpose yards and 10 touchdownsaveraged 10.5 yardsper-carry and nearly 17.0 yards-per-receptionnamed MVP of running backs at
NFTC in Orlando and MVP of a Big County Preps combine in Tampaas a SENIOR,
named to Florida top-100 by Orlando Sentinelnamed Offensive Most Valuable
Player of the Blue-Gray All-American Bowl Game in January after recording 304
total yards and scoring four touchdownsduring regular season rushed for 700
yards, had three yards receiving and had eight touchdownsnamed All-PCAC
First Team running back for third-straight season and participated in PCAC All
Star Gamerated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.comranked
the No. 14 all-purpose running back prospect in the country and No. 51 overall
prospect in Florida by Rivals.com.

Attended Vista Murrieta High School in Murrieta, Calif.as a JUNIOR, earned AllSouthwestern League Second Teamrecorded 81 tackles, four forced fumbles
and two interceptionshelped VMHS to a 12-2 record, winning a league title and
earning a trip to the CIF Southern Section title gameas a SENIOR, earned AllSouthwestern League First Team honorstallied 63 tackles including five for loss
and two sacks, also picked off two passes and returned one for a touchdown
rated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.comranked the No. 48
outside linebacker prospect in the country by Scout.com, the No. 69 prospect in
California and No. 96 in the West regionranked the No. 80 overall prospect in
California by Rivals.com.
PERSONAL
Pursuing a degree in kinesiology.

PERSONAL

DARIUS LEMORA *

Pursuing a communication degree.

Safety
6-0 196
RS-Sophomore
Port Arthur, Texas
Memorial HS 13
Comparative Ethnic Studies

PARKER HENRY **
Linebacker
5-11 207
RS-Junior
Vancouver, Wash.
Skyview HS 12
Social Sciences

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WSU CAREER
RS-SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter appearing in 11 games, all on
special teamstallied seven tacklesmade one tackle against Portland State,
No. 2 Oregon and at Utahmade two tackles against USCmade one tackle in
win at Oregon Stateselected team captain, made one tackle at No. 13 Arizona
Stateput on scholarship following the season.
RS-FRESHMAN (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in eight games,
mainly on special teams.
FRESHMAN (2012): Walked on in the fallredshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Played at Skyview High Schoolthree-year letterwinner in footballas a
SOPHOMORE, started at both running back and cornerbackas a JUNIOR,
earned second team All-Region and second team All-Greater Saint Helens League
after rushing for 1,300 yards and 17 touchdownsas a SENIOR, named first team
All-State by Associate Press, Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune as a
running back after rushing for 2,133 yards and 35 touchdownsnamed first team
All-Greater Saint Helens League at linebackerhelped SHS reach the state title
game, the best finish in school historyalso lettered once in basketball.
PERSONAL
Parents, Bill and Vonnaolder sister, Liz...social sciences major.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2013
8/0 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0
2014
11/0 7 7 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0
TOTALS 19/0 7 7 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0

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RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, starting
final 10 games playedfourth on team with 68 tacklesbroke up six passes and
recorded a half tackle-for-lossmade collegiate debut with six tackles against
Rutgers in Seattlefirst career start came at Nevada, made eight tackles and a
half-tackle-for-lossmade six tackles in win over Portland Staterecorded four
tackles against No. 2 Oregonmade six tackles, four solo and a pass breakup in
win at Utahtallied two tackles and pass breakup against Californiamade nine
tackles, eight solo at No. 25 Stanfordmade career-high 10 tackles, seven solo
against USCrecorded seven tackles in win at Oregon Statehad two tackles
at No. 13 Arizona Statemade eight tackles and broke up one pass in Apple Cup.
FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Memorial High School in Port Arthur, Texasplayed for coach Kenny
Harrisonserved as team captain three yearsas a JUNIOR, earned 5A All-State
honorable mention by the Associated Pressas a SENIOR, earned All-District
second team after making 54 tackles, two sacks and two pass breakupsearned
Academic All-District first teamrated two stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and
Scout.comnamed the No. 96 safety prospect in the country by ESPN.comalso
ran track.
PERSONAL
Parents Sidney and Feliciaolder sisters, Coronda and DeAvonte and younger
sister, Sydnie...pursuing a degree in comparative ethnic studies.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
11/10 68 45 23 .5/-2 0/0 0 0 3
0/0

PLAYER PROFILES

CHANDLER LENIU

ROBERT LEWIS *

Linebacker
6-0 261
RS-Freshman
Lakewood, Calif.
St. John Bosco HS 14
Undeclared

Wide Receiver
5-9 170
RS-Sophomore
South Gate, Calif.
South East HS 12
Criminal Justice

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WSU CAREER

FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season.

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in final 11 games,


making three startsrecorded 41 receptions for 370 yards and two touchdowns
averaged 9.0 yards-per-catchdid not play against Rutgers in Seattlemade
collegiate debut, first career start and first career catch at Nevada, posted seasonhighs of eight receptions and 81 yards with a long of 21caught four passes for
26 yards in win over Portland Statemade two catches for 13 yards against No.
2 Oregoncaught two passes against California and in the win at Utahstarted,
made two receptions at No. 25 Stanfordrecorded four catches for 25 yards
against No. 15 Arizonacaught five passes for 50 yards including a nine-yard
touchdown against USC, his first career touchdownmade six receptions for 55
yards including a nine-yard touchdown in the win at Oregon Statestarted, made
one catch for 25 yards at No. 13 Arizona Staterecorded five receptions for 52
yards in Apple Cup.
FRESHMAN (2013): Enrolled at WSU in Jan., 2013...participated in spring drills...
redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Calif. as a freshman and sophomore
as a FRESHMAN, named team Most Valuable Playeras a SOPHOMORE, named
first-team All-State and All-Moore League First Team accolades after recording
126 tackles and three fumble recoveriesattended St. John Bosco High School
in Bellflower, Calif. as a junior and senioras a JUNIOR, named first-team All-CIF
and Most Valuable Player of the Trinity League after tallying 157 tackles including
2.5 sacks, one interception and two forced fumblesas a SENIOR, helped SJHS to
a 16-0 season, a CIF Open Division Championship and a No. 1 in the final MaxPreps
High School Top-25named Parade All-America honorable mention, first-team
All-CIF and Most Valuable Player of the Trinity Leaguetallied 238 tackles, thirdmost in California and sixth-most in the country, 161 solo including two sacks and
two interceptionsnominated for the National High School Butkus Award, one
of four players nominated from Californiaselected to play in the Semper Fidelis
All-American Bowl and the Blue-Grey National All-Star Classicfinished high
school career with 526 tackles, 26 tackles-for-loss, five sacks, three interceptions,
five forced fumbles, four fumble recoveriesrated four stars, the No. 11 inside
linebacker prospect in the country and the No. 22 overall prospect in California by
Rivals.comrated four stars and the No. 12 linebacker prospect in the country by
Scout.com...originally signed NLI with California but did not attend.
PERSONAL
Parents David and Jannifersisters Cheyanne and Silviabrother Chayce.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


As a SOPHOMORE made 14 catches for 192 yards and two touchdowns and carried
137 times for 1,085 yards and seven scores...as a JUNIOR earned second team AllLos Angeles and first team All-Eastern League honors...rushed 142 times for 1,090
yards and seven scores...caught 14 passes for 160 yards and two touchdowns...
had two punt returns for touchdowns, one kickoff return for a touchdown and
also scored once on a fake punt...as a SENIOR was named the Player of the
Year in the division, league and region...led South East HS to a 13-1 record and
its inaugural City Section D-II Championship...also played running back, safety
and returned kicks...scored 36 total touchdowns...had 203 carries for 2,023 yards
and 30 touchdowns, and 20 receptions of 338 yards...as a defensive back made 59
tackles, five interceptions and blocked three kicks...named All-Area First Team by
the Los Angeles Times and was All-Los Angeles City Section Division II Team...
ranked the nations No. 10 running back prospect by Rivals.com...named No. 26
prospect in California by ESPNU...rated four stars by ESPNU...rated the No. 106
overall prospect in the West Top 150 by Scout.com...rated the No. 13 wide receiver
prospect in the West by FoxSportsNext.com.
PERSONAL
Pursuing a degree in criminal justice.
CAREER STATS
RECEIVING
2014

G/GS PC YDS AVG TD LG


11/3 41 370 9.0 2 25

DANIEL LILIENTHAL
Wide Receiver
6-2 203
RS-Senior
Hemet, Calif.
West Valley HS 11 Mt. San Jacinto JC 13
Sociology

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RS-JUNIOR (2014): Member of teamdid not appear in a game.
JUNIOR (2013): Walked on in fallredshirt season.
JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER
SOPHOMORE (2012): As a sophomore, caught six passes for 62 yards including one
40-yard touchdown.
PERSONAL
Parents Malcolm and Derylolder brothers Malcolm Jr., Quintin and Michael
older sister Eriamajoring in sociology.

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FRANKIE LUVU *

GABE MARKS **

Linebacker
6-2 237
Sophomore
Pago Pago, American Samoa
Tafuna HS 14
Undeclared

Wide Receiver
6-0 190
RS-Junior
Venice, Calif.
Venice HS 12
Sociology

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WSU CAREER

FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in final eight games,
all on special teamstallied three tacklestied for team lead with two forced
fumblesmade collegiate debut with one tackle in win at Utahrecorded one
tackle and forced a fumble against No. 15 Arizonahad a tackle and forced a
fumble at No. 13 Arizona State.

JUNIOR (2014): Redshirt season.


SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games, starting
the first nine games of the seasonnamed All-Sophomore Team Honorable
Mention by College Football News...posted team-highs of 74 receptions, secondmost in WSU single-season history, and 807 yardscaught seven touchdown
passes, tied for most on the teamfourth on team with seven receptions for
20-plus yards including three for touchdownsmade nine catches for 81 yards
at Auburnhad four receptions for 38 yards in win at No. 25 USCcaught
seven passes for 83 yards and a one-yard touchdown in win over Southern
Utahrecorded 11 receptions for a career-high 146 yards and two touchdowns
(43, 1) in win over Idahocaught six passes for 75 yards including a 57-yard
touchdown against No. 5 Stanford in Seattlehad four catches for 55 yards in
win at Californiacaught five passes for 34 yards against Oregon Stateset a
WSU single-game record with 13 receptions at No. 2 Oregon, tallied 143 yards
and an eight-yard touchdown catchcaught four passes for 66 yards and a 34yard touchdown against No. 25 Arizona Statecaught four passes for 46 yards at
Washington.had five receptions for 37 yards and one-yard touchdown against
Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl.
FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, starting
seventhird on team with 49 receptionssecond on team with 560 receiving
yardscaught two touchdown passesaveraged 11.4 yards-per-catch
tallied two 100-yard gamesnamed to Jewish Sports Reviews All-America
Team...started at BYU, made three receptions for 16 yardsstarted, made three
receptions for 77 yards in win over Eastern Washingtonmade six receptions for
126 yards and 52-yard touchdown in win at UNLVmade a season-high seven
catches for 107 yards and 32-yard touchdown against Coloradocaught three
passes for 38 yards against No. 2 Oregon in Seattlecaught four passes for 25
yards against Californiamatched a season-high with seven receptions for 52
yards at No. 19 Stanfordmade six catches for 51 yards against No. 17 UCLA
had two receptions for 13 yards in Apple Cup victory over Washington.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Tafuna High School in American Samoa with current Cougar Destiny
Vaeaoas a SENIOR, in an eight-game season, recorded 8.5 tackles-for-loss, 3.5
sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recoveryscored one touchdown
named All-Territory and Special Teams Player of the Yearselected to play in the
Samoa Bowl against an All-Star team from Hawaiialso kicked off, 90 percent
of his kickoffs went for touchbacksnever lost a game in his high school career
and helped THS win back-to-back championships the past two seasonsplayed
safety for THSrated three stars by ESPN.com and Scout.comalso played
midfielder for America Samoa U-17 soccer team.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
8/0 3 2 1 0/0 0/0 2 0 0
0/0

COLE MADISON *
Offensive Line
6-5 303
RS-Sophomore
Burien, Wash.
Kennedy HS 13
Criminal Justice

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RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after starting first eight games at
right tackledid not play final four gamesmade collegiate debut and first career
start in season-opener against Rutgers in Seattle.
FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Kennedy High Schoolfour-year letterwinner for coach Bob Bourgette
as a SOPHOMORE, earned First Team All-Seamount League at defensive tackle
and offensive tackle named Second Team All-Seamount League in basketball
as a JUNIOR, named First Team All-Seamount League as a tight end and defensive
end and Seamount League Offensive Lineman of the Yeartallied 15 receptions
for 265 yards along with 37 tackles and two sacksinvited to Army Bowl Junior
Class Combinenamed Second Team All-Seamount League in basketballas
a SENIOR, First Team 3A All-State by the Associated Pressnamed Defensive
Interior Player of the Year and First Team All-Seamount League as a tight end and
as a defensive linemanselected to play in East-West All-Star game named a
red chip prospect, one of Washingtons top 100 prospects by the Seattle Times
named to the West Top 150 by Scout.comranked the No. 9 guard prospect in
the West by Scout.comrated three stars by ESPN.com and Scout.comranked
the No. 42 guard in the country by Scout.com and the No. 14 overall prospect in
Washington by ESPN.comalso letter four times in basketball.
PERSONAL
Parents, Mark and Marianneolder sister, Allifather, Mark, played basketball
at Central Washington Universityplans to pursue a degree in criminal justice.

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Posted 53 tackles as a SOPHOMORE...as a JUNIOR was named MVP of Los
Angeles Nike Football Training Camp...caught 35 passes and recorded 1,344 allpurpose yards...scored 13 touchdowns and made five interceptions...named
leagues defensive player of the year as a SENIOR...had 65 receptions and 10
touchdowns.... named All-Area First Team on defense by the Los Angeles Times...
All-LA Times Southland Team... All-Los Angeles City Section Defensive MVP... four
interceptions...rated a four-star prospect by ESPNU, Rivals.com and Scout.com...
rated the No. 87 overall prospect in The Rivals 250 by Rivals.com...rated the No. 39
wide receiver prospect by Scout.com...rated the No. 5 wide receiver prospect in
the West by FoxSportsNext.com...Rivals.com ranks him the No. 15 overall prospect
out of California...named the No. 44 overall prospect in the West Top 150 by Scout.
com...rated the No. 13 wide receiver prospect by Rivals.com...named to Tacoma
News Tribunes Western 100...rated No. 16 athlete prospect by Superprep AllAmerica.
PERSONAL
Majoring in sociology.
CAREER STATS
RECEIVING G/GS PC YDS AVG TD
2012
12/7 49 560 11.4 2
2013
13/9 74 807 10.9 7
2014 Redshirt Season
TOTALS
25/16 123 1,367 11.1 9

LG
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47
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PLAYER PROFILES

HERCULES MATAAFA

IVAN McLENNAN *

Defensive End
6-2 242
RS-Freshman
Lahaina, Hawaii
Lahainaluna HS 14
Undeclared

Linebacker
6-4 233
RS-Senior
Hawthorne, Calif.
Leuzinger HS 10 El Camino JC 12
Humanities

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WSU CAREER

FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season.

RS-JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 gamesmade


21 tackles with 5.5 for loss including 4.5 sacksalso blocked an extra point
made WSU debut with two tackles and a half sack against Rutgers in Seattle
made three tackles including a tackle-for-loss at Nevadarecorded four tackles
with first career full sack in win over Portland Statemade career-high five
tackles including 1.5 sacks against No. 2 Oregonmade two tackles in win at
Utahhad half a sack and blocked an extra point against Californiahad a sack
and quarterback hurry against No. 15 Arizonarecorded three tackles including
one sack at No. 13 Arizona State.
JUNIOR (2013): Enrolled in Jan., 2013...participated in spring drills...redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Lahainaluna High School in Lahaina, Hawaiias a SOPHOMORE, earned
All-Maui Interscholastic League second teamas a JUNIOR, named All-MIL First
Team after tallying 64 tackles including 12.5 sacksas a SENIOR, earned AllState First Team honors from Hawaii Star-Advertiser and ScoringLivenamed
winner of the Cover2: Hawaii High School Football Weekly Defensive Player of the
Year Award by KHON2 Sports...also named All-MILL First Team after recording
24 tackles-for-loss including 15 sacksalso wrestled, was state finalist as junior
and senior at 215-pound weight classrated three stars by ESPN.com and Rivals.
comranked the No. 4 overall prospect in Hawaii by Rivals.com and No. 7 by
ESPN.com.
PERSONAL
Parents, Vivao and Sophie...has two brothers and four sisters.

JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER


Attended El Camino Junior College in Torrance, Calif....as a FRESHMAN, earned
All-Central Conference honors after making 77 tackles, 10.5 tackles-for-loss and
three sacks...as a SOPHOMORE, earned JUCO All-American honors and first team
all-conference honors after making 79 stops including 9.5 tackles-for-loss and 1.5
sacks...rated No. 24 junior college, No. 2 outside linebacker prospect by 247Sports.
com.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

DEVONTE McCLAIN
Defensive Line
6-5 304
RS-Senior
East Palo Alto, Calif.
James Logan HS 11 College of San Mateo 13
Sociology

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WSU CAREER
RS-JUNIOR (2014): Member of teamdid not appear in a game...moved to
defensive during spring drills.
JUNIOR (2013): Redshirt season.

Attended Leuzinger High School in Lawndale, Calif....as a SENIOR, named All-Bay


League first team and defensive MVP of 2011 Lions All-Star game.
PERSONAL
Humanities major.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
12/0 21 11 10 5.5/-39 4.5/-37 0 0 0
0/0

EDUARDO MIDDLETON *
Offensive Line
6-5 310
RS-Junior
Oceanside, Calif.
Oceanside HS 12
Management and Operations

JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER


Attended College of San Mateo in San Mateo, Calif..played two seasons for
coach Brett Pollackas a SOPHOMORE in 2012, earned All-NorCal League first
team honors at tackle.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended James Logan High Schoolcompeted in football and threw the shotput.
PERSONAL
Parents, Dametta Smith and Anthony McClainbrother, Shemar Jackson
cousin, Austin Yancy, played football at Stanford (2006-10)...sociology major.

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WSU CAREER
RS-SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games at right
guardfirst career start came in season-opener against Rutgers in Seattle
earned two BONE awards, given to the offensive lineman who performed the
best each week.
RS-FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in game at right tackle against Southern Utah.
FRESHMAN (2012): Redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
As a SENIOR was named all-San Diego Section, all-area and all-league...named
Academic All-San Diego...awarded OHS Offensive Lineman of the Year...named
Offensive Line MVP of Los Angeles Ultimate 100 Camp...ranked No. 93 offensive
lineman by Scout.com...rated three stars by Rivals.com and Scout.com.
PERSONAL
Majoring in management and operations.

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PLAYER PROFILES

JAMAL MORROW *

CODY OCONNELL

Running Back
5-9 190
RS-Sophomore
Menifee, Calif.
Heritage HS 13
Sport Managment

Offensive Line
6-8 346
RS-Sophomore
Wenatchee, Wash.
Wenatchee HS 13
Human Development

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WSU CAREER

WSU CAREER

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games,


starting the first 11led team in rushing with 87 carries for 351 yardsaveraged
4.9 yards-per-carryfourth on team with 61 receptions, second-most by a running
back in the country most receptions by a Cougar running back in single-season
history, breaking Steve Broussards 1987 record of 59 had 460 receiving yards
averaged 7.5 yards-per-receptionled team with 22 kick returns for 453 yards
with a long of 36averaged 20.6 yards-per-return, tied for 10th-best in the Pac-12
Conferencesecond on team with 1,264 all-purpose yards, averaged 105.3 per
gamemade collegiate debut and first career start in season-opener against
Rutgers in Seattle, rushed six times for 17 yards and caught two passes for 15
yardscarried seven times for 32 yards, caught three passes and had a 36-yard
kickoff return at Nevadacarried a season-high 10 times for 38 yards and had
four receptions for 73 yards including a long of 53 in the win over Portland State
rushed nine times for 33 yards and caught six passes for a season-best 79 yards
including a 45-yarder against No. 2 Oregoncarried eight times for season-high
48 yards and caught three passes in win at Utahhad nine carries, made six
receptions for 31 yards and six kick returns against Californiamatched season
high of 48 rushing yards and caught season-high 11 passes for 70 yards against
No. 15 Arizonahad seven carries and six receptions against USCcarried nine
times for 46 yards and caught nine passes for 51 yards in win at Oregon State
matches season-high with 10 carries and caught four passes at No. 13 Arizona
Statecarried twice and had three kick returns in Apple Cup.
FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt seasonnamed Scout Team Offensive Player of the
Year.

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Member of teamdid not appear in a game.


FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Heritage High School in Menifee, Calif.three-year letterwinner for
coach Kraig Broachas a SOPHOMORE, named All-Sunbelt League second team
and All-Valley League third teamrushed for 731 yards and eight touchdowns
as a JUNIOR, named All-Valley Offensive Player of the Year and Sunbelt League
Offensive MVP after rushing 207 times for a school-record 1,777 yards and 21
touchdownsalso caught 15 passes for 139 yardsas a SENIOR, named to AllCIF Central Division first team, All-Valley Offensive Player of the Year, All-Area by
the Press Enterprise and Sunbelt League Player of the Year after rushing for a
school-record 2,092 yards and 15 touchdownsreached the 200-yard mark six
timesalso caught two touchdown passesaveraged 9.96 yards-per-carry and
helped HHS to the CIF Southern Section semifinalsalso made 26 tackles, two
interceptions and forced two fumblesrated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com
and Scout.comranked the No. 84 running back prospect in the country by Scout.
comalso lettered four times in track and field.
PERSONAL
Parents, Johnnie and Verayounger brother, Isaiah...plans to pursue a degree in
sport management.
CAREER STATS
RUSHING
2014

G/GS TC YG YL NYG AVG TD LG


12/11 87 382 31 351 4.0 0 17

RECEIVING
2014

G/GS PC YDS AVG TD LG


12/11 61 460 7.5 0 53

KICKOFF RETURNS G/GS NO. YDS


AVG TD LG
2014 12/11 22 148 7.8 0 36

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Wenatchee High Schoolas a JUNIOR, named All-Big Nine second
teamnamed Offensive Line MVP as the NW Elite Football Camp in May, 2012
as a SENIOR, earned all-classifications All-State honors by the Seattle Times and
Tacoma News Tribune despite missing most of season with knee injuryalso
named 4A All-State by the Associated Press and Big Nine Lineman of the Year
named a red chip prospect, one of Washingtons top 20 prospects by the Seattle
Timesrated three stars by ESPN.com and Rivals.comrated the No. 75 offensive
tackle prospect in the country and No. 10 overall prospect in Washington by ESPN.
com honorable mention Northwest Nugget by theTacoma News Tribune.
PERSONAL
Plans to pursue a degree in human development.

PLAYER PROFILES

KACHE PALACIO ***

DARRYL PAULO **

Linebacker
6-2 231
Senior
Gardena, Calif.
Serra HS 12
Social Sciences

Defensive Line
6-2 255
RS-Senior
Sacramento, Calif.
Grant HS 11
Criminal Justice

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WSU CAREER

SENIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 gamesrecorded 57


tacklessecond on team with 9.5 tackles-for-lossmade team-high 6.5 sacks,
tied for 12th in the Pac-12 Conferenceforced one fumble and recovered one
made four tackles and broke up a pass at Nevadatallied six tackles in win over
Portland Statehad two sacks against No. 2 Oregonmade eight tackles, shared
a sack and forced a fumble he recovered in win at Utahmade three tackles and
broke up at pass against Californiamade career-high 19 tackles against No. 15
Arizonahad a sack against USCrecorded three tackles-for-loss including a
pair of sacks in win at Oregon Statemade five tackles including one sack at No.
13 Arizona Statemade seven tackles, six solo in Apple Cup.
SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games,
earning seven starts including final four gamesmade 49 tackles including 6.5 for
losssecond on team with four sacks and four quarterback hurriesforced two
fumbles and recovered anothermade two tackles at Auburnhad two tackles
in the win at USCrecorded six tackles including a sack in win over Southern
Utahmade a career-high seven tackles, six solo and one tackle for loss, in win
over Idahorecorded three tackles, all solo against No. 5 Stanford in Seattle
had five tackles including a sack in win at Californiarecorded three tackles and
quarterback hurry against Oregon Staterecovered a fumble at No. 2 Oregon
made four tackles including a sack in the win at Arizonatallied four tackles
including one for loss and forced a fumble in win over Utahmade four tackles,
had a sack and forced a fumble at Washingtonmatched career-high with seven
tackles and broke up a pass against Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl.
FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games
played mostly on special teamstallied eight tackles and a half-sackforced
two fumblesrecord four tackles on special teamsmade one tackle in win
at UNLVmade four tackles, assisted on a sack and forced a fumble against
Coloradomade one tackle and forced a fumble against No. 17 UCLAmade two
tackles in the Apple Cup victory over Washington.

RS-JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, making
three startsmade 18 tackles including seven tackles-for-loss and two sacks
forced a fumble and recovered a fumblefirst career start came against No. 2
Oregon, recorded career-high five tackles with two tackles-for-loss including one
sackstarted, made four tackles with one for loss in win at Utahshared a sack
against Californiasplit a sack at No. 25 Stanfordforced and recovered a fumble
against USCmade three tackles with one for loss in win at Oregon Statehad a
tackle-for-loss at No. 13 Arizona Staterecorded two tackles in Apple Cup.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games
made nine tackles including 3.5 for lossrecorded 1.5 sacks and recovered one
fumblerecorded a quarterback hurry in win over Southern Utahmade two
tackles including one for loss in win over Idahotallied three tackles, all solo,
in win at Californiamade one tackle against Oregon Statemade two tackles
including 1.5 for loss and assisted on a sack at Washington.made first career
sack and recovered first career fumble against Colorado State in the New Mexico
Bowl.
RS-FRESHMAN (2012): Member of the teamdid not appear in a game.
FRESHMAN (2011): Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


As a JUNIOR recorded 70 tackles including 16 sacks...made one interception and
broke up eight passes...as a SENIOR was named co-MVP of Mission League after
making 92 tackles (45 solo), 13.5 sacks, one interception five pass breakups and
three forced fumbles...rated three stars by Rivals.com and Scout.com...ranked the
No. 15 outside linebacker prospect in the West by FoxSportsNext.com.
PERSONAL
Social sciences major.
CAREER STATS

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Earned three varsity letter playing for head coach Mike Alberghini at Grant...as
a SOPHOMORE had eight tackles and a sack...team went 14-0 en route to State
championship, defeating Long Beach Poly 25-20 in title game...JUNIOR year
team went 12-1, falling in section title game... was second on the team in tackles
with 110...named to All-Metro League first team at linebacker and was selected
to Sacramento Bees All-Metro Team...SENIOR season finished season with a
team-leading 150 tackles...team went 13-1, falling in Sac-Joaquin Section title
game for second straight season...named to Cal-Hi Sports All-State third team and
NorCalPreps.com All-NorCal second team...repeated as an All-Metro League first
team linebacker.
PERSONAL
Criminal justice major.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2012 DNP
11/0 9 7 2 3.5/-16 1.5/-9 0 1 0
0/0
2013
2014
12/3
18 9 9 7/-23 2/-15 1 1 0
0/0
TOTALS
23/3 27 16 11 10.5/-39 3.5/-24 1 2 0
0/0

DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS


2012
12/0 8 5 3 .5/-7 .5/-7 2 0 0
0/0
2013
13/7 49 26 23 6.5/-35 4/-29 2 1 2
0/0
2014
12/12 57 33 24 9/-45 6.5/-45 1 1 2
0/0
TOTALS 37/19 114 64 50 16/-87 11/-81 5 2 4
0/0

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PLAYER PROFILES

PEYTON PELLUER *

MARCELLUS PIPPINS *

Linebacker
6-0 227
RS-Sophomore
Sammamish, Wash.
Skyline HS 13
History

Cornerback
5-10 170
Sophomore
Richmond, Calif.
El Cerrito HS 13
Anthropology

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WSU CAREER

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games,


starting the final five at MIKE linebackerrecorded 39 tackles with 5.5 for loss
including one sackmade collegiate debut and recorded first career tackle
against Rutgers in Seattlemade four tackles in win over Portland State
made three tackles against Californiamade career-high eight tackles at No.
25 Stanfordmade first career start, tallied one tackle-for-loss against No. 15
Arizonamade five tackles including two for loss against USCrecorded four
tackles, one for loss in win at Oregon Statetallied four tackles at No. 13 Arizona
Statematched career high with eight tackles including first career sack in Apple
Cupnamed to Pac-12 All-Academic First Team.
FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt season.

FRESHMAN (2014): Enrolled at WSU in Jan., 2014 and participated in spring drills...
earned a varsity letter after appearing in three games, starting the final twotallied eight tackles including two for lossbroke up two passesdid not play in first
nine gamesmade collegiate debut in win at Oregon Statemade first career
start and recorded first career tackle at No. 13 Arizona State, posting three tackles,
one for loss and broke up a passstarted, made five tackles including one for loss
and broke up a pass in Apple Cup.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Skyline High Schoolas a SOPHOMORE, earned 4A All-State honors
by the Associated Press after making 176 total tackles including 110 soloas
a JUNIOR, helped SHS to a state championship and named 4A All-State by the
Associate Press after making 153 total tackles including 122 soloas a SENIOR,
helped SHS repeat as state championswas named First Team All-State by the
Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune and 4A All-State by the Associated
Press after making 55 tackles including 40 solo, two sacks and one interception
missed four games due to an injuryselected to play in the Semper Fidelis AllAmerican Bowl, led the West team with six tackles, including three solonamed
a red chip prospect, one of Washingtons top 20 prospects by the Seattle Times
rated four stars ESPN.com and three stars by Rivals.com..ranked the No. 25 middle
linebacker prospect in the country and the No. 5 overall prospect in Washington
by ESPN.comone of 14 linebackers named to the Western 100 by the Tacoma
News Tribunenamed an honorable mention Northwest Nugget by theTacoma
News Tribune.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended El Cerrito High School in El Cerrito, Calif.former Cougar great Lamont
Thompson was position coachas a JUNIOR, earned All-East Bay first-team
honorsrecorded 10 touchdowns and picked off seven passesas a SENIOR,
named to All-East Bay first teamrated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and
Scout.comranked No. 75 cornerback prospect in the country by Scout.com in
2012.
PERSONAL
Majoring in anthropology.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
3/2 8 7 1 2/-6 0/0 0 0 2
0/0

PAT PORTER *
Cornerback
5-10 170
Sophomore
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Paul W. Bryant HS 14
Undeclared

PERSONAL
Father, Scott, started at linebacker for the Cougars (1977-80) and played five
seasons in NFL for the New Orleans Saintsgrandfather, John, played end for
WSU (1953-55) and his great grandfather, Carl Gustafson, played flanker for the
Cougars (1925-27) and was given WSUs Fred Bohler Award for inspiration
uncle, Steve, played quarterback at Washington and later played eight years in
the NFL, five for the Dallas Cowboys and three for the Kansas City Chiefs...majoring
in history.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
12/5 39 19 20 5.5/-19 1/-10 0 0 0
0/0

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WSU CAREER
FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in four games, making
two startstallied nine tackles and two pass breakupsmade collegiate debut
in win over Portland Staterecorded first career tackle at No. 25 Stanford, finishing with two and a pass breakupfirst career start came against No.15 Arizona,
recording six tackles, all solo along with a pass breakupstarted against USC,
recorded one tackle.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Paul W. Bryant High School in Tuscaloosa, Alaas a SOPHOMORE,
recorded two interceptionsas a JUNIOR, limited to three games due to injury.
named Super All-State Preseason Second Team by AlabamaVaristy.com as a
SENIORmade 68 tackles, nine for loss, four interceptions, 13 pass breakups and
three forced fumblesalso played quarterbackalso played basketballrated
three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.comranked No. 75 cornerback
in the country by ESPN.comranked No. 33 in Alabamas Most Wanted by Rivals.
com.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
4/2 9 9 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 2
0/0

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PLAYER PROFILES

ERIK POWELL *

B.J. SALMONSON *

Kicker
6-1 193
RS-Sophomore
Vancouver, Wash.
Seton Catholic HS 13
Mathematics

Offensive Line
6-4 295
RS-Sophomore
Everson, Wash.
Nooksack Valley HS 12
Criminal Justice

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WSU CAREER

WSU CAREER

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, two as


the starting kickerkicked off most of the season, recording eight touchbacks
went 2-of-5 on field goal attempts with a long of 26went 6-of-6 on PATsrecorded 12 pointsstarted, went 1-for-2 on field goal attempts, hitting rom 22 and
going 5-for-5 on PATs against Rutgers in Seattlestarted, went 1-for-3 on field
attempts, hitting from 25 at Nevada.
FRESHMAN (2013): Walked on in Fall, 2013...redshirt season.

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in seven games


played mostly on special teams and also appeared on the offensive line.
FRESHMAN (2013): Enrolled in Jan., 2013...participated in spring drills...redshirt
season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Seton Catholic High Schooltwo-year letterwinner in footballas a
JUNIOR, earned first-team All-Trico League honors going 8-for-9 in field goals
including 3-of-4from 40-plus with a long of 47 yardsas a SENIOR, named firstteam All-Trico League after going 4-of-5 in field goals with 10 touchbacksalso
played wide receiverfour-year letterwinner in soccerfour-time first-team
All-Trico League in socceras a JUNIOR, named second-team All-Stateas a
SENIOR earned first-team All-State and Trico League Most Valuable Player honors
after scoring a league-high 49 goals.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


As a JUNIOR named first-team Class 1A all-state as a defensive lineman and allstate honorable mention as an offensive lineman by Associated Press...named
all-classifications Whatcom County and first-team all-NWC on both lines...finished
season with 78 tackles including 16.5 for loss and 9.5 sacks...as a SENIOR named
first-team all-state on offensive line by Associated Press... named to Seattle Times
Red Chip list.
PERSONAL
Plans to pursue a criminal justice degree.

PERSONAL

JACOB SEYDEL *

Parents Mark and Tinahas 10 siblings, seven brothers and three sisters
second cousin with USC Head Coach Steve Sarkisianfather, Mark was a
goalkeeper at the University of San Franciscomother, Tina played volleyball at
San Franciscopursuing a major in mathematics.

Offensive Line
6-6 295
RS-Senior
Riverside, Calif.
Arlington HS 10 Riverside CC 12
Social Sciences

CAREER STATS
KICKING G/GS PTS PAT FGM-FGA 1-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LG
2014
11/2 12 6-6 2-5
2-2 0-2 0-0 0-1 25

WILLIE ROACH *
Defensive Back
6-1 196
RS-Junior
Federal Way, Wash.
Todd Beamer HS 13
Social Sciences

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WSU CAREER
RS-SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in four games,
playing special teamsmade collegiate debut against No. 15 Arizonamade
tackle on punt coverage in win at Oregon State.
RS-FRESHMAN (2013): Member of teamdid not appear in a game.
FRESHMAN (2012): Walked on in fall, 2012redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Todd Beamer High School in Federal Way, Wash.three-year
letterwinneras a SENIOR, earned first-team All-South Puget Sound League
honors at wide receiverlettered three times in track and field and twice in
basketballplaced third in high jump at state track and field championships.

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WSU CAREER
RS-JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in nine games, starting
final four games at right tackleearned Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention.
JUNIOR (2013): Enrolled in Jan., 2013...participated in spring drills...redshirt season.
JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER
Attended Riverside City College...full qualifier out of high school, went to junior
college route...as a FRESHMAN, earned All-Central Conference second team
honors...enrolled at UCLA following freshman year but came back to Riverside for
the 2012 season...as a SOPHOMORE, named to All-Central Conference first team.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Arlington High School...as a SOPHOMORE, named All-Inland Valley
League honorable mention...as a JUNIOR, earned First Team All-Inland Valley
League honors and helped Lions to a 10-2 record...as a SENIOR, named First Team
All-Inland Valley League and helped AHS to a 9-2 record.
PERSONAL
Majoring in social sciences.

PERSONAL
Parents Willie and Merionolder sister Biancamajoring in social sciences.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
4/0 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0
0/0

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PLAYER PROFILES

DAKOTA SINCHAK

TAYLOR TALIULU ***

Cornerback
5-9 180
RS-Sophomore
Oak Harbor, Wash.
Oak Harbor HS 13
Kinesiology

Safety
6-0 205
Senior
Aiea, Hawaii
Kamehameha HS 12
Sport Management

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WSU CAREER

WSU CAREER

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Walked on in Jan., 2014redshirt season.

JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, starting 10
fifth on team with 66 tacklesrecorded four pass breakupstied for team lead
with two forced fumblesrecorded six tackles against Rutgers in Seattlemade
five tackles at Nevadarecorded five tackles and forced a fumble in win over
Portland Statetallied six tackles against No. 2 Oregonmade career-high 12
tackles, nine solo and broke up a pass against Californiamade six tackles and
forced a fumble at No. 25 Stanfordstarted final five gamesmade four tackles
against No. 15 Arizona and against USCrecorded five tackles in win at Oregon
Statetallied four tackles at No. 13 Arizona Statemade nine tackles in Apple
Cup.
SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, started
first 10fourth on team with 54 tacklesforced one fumble and recovered one
made four tackles and forced a fumble at Auburnrecorded six tackles in win at
No. 25 USChad seven tackles in win over Southern Utahmade five tackles and
recovered a fumble in win over Idahorecorded seven tackles, five solo against
No. 5 Stanfordmade three tackles in win at Californiatallied eight tackles,
all solo, and broke up a pass against Oregon Statemade four tackles at No. 2
Oregon and four against No. 25 Arizona Statehad six tackles in win at Arizona.
FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 10 games, making two
startsmade 22 tackles and broke up two passes...started season-opener, made
nine tackles and broke up two passes at BYUstarted, made seven tackles in win
over Eastern Washingtonappeared mainly on special teams following first two
gamesmade two tackles against No. 2 Oregon in Seattlemade three tackles at
Arizona Statemade one tackle in Apple Cup victory over Washington.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Oak Harbor High Schoolthree-year letterwinneras a SENIOR,
earned All-Wesco North second-team honors at linebackerselected to play on
high school all-star team that traveled to Paris, France and beat a French Junior
National American Football team, 19-0also lettered three times in track.
PERSONAL
Parents Jeffery and Kyrstieolder brother Ianmajoring in kinesiology.

RILEY SORENSON **
Offensive Line
6-4 319
Junior
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.
Santa Margarita HS 13
Management Information Systems

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WSU CAREER
SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 gamesstarted
10 games at centerstarted first eight games...missed game against Arizona
started final three gamesearned BONE award after Oregon game, given to the
offensive lineman who performed the best each week.
FRESHMAN (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in three games
appeared at right guard against Southern Utah, Oregon State and at No. 2 Oregon.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


As a JUNIOR named All-State honorable mention...ranked No. 101 safety in country
and rated three stars by Scout.com during SENIOR year...earned all-State second
team honors...rated the No. 10 prospect in Hawaii by ESPNU, No. 4 by 247Sports
and No. 7 by Rivals.com.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

PERSONAL

Attended Santa Margarita High School...three-year starter at SMSH...as


a SOPHOMORE, named All-State and to the All-State SuperSoph Team by
GoldenStatePrep.com...as a JUNIOR, named MaxPrep All-American, All-State,
All-Orange County, All-CIF Southern Section and All-Trinity League first team and
helped SMHS to a California Division I State Championship...as a SENIOR, named
All-CIF Southern Section, All-Orange County and All-Trinity League first team...
rated three stars by ESPN.com. Rivals.com and Scout.com...teammates with fellow
Cougars River Cracraft and Nick Begg.

Majoring in sport management.

PERSONAL
Plans to pursue a management information systems degree.

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CAREER STATS
DEFENSE
2012
2013
2014
TOTALS

G/GS TT PT AT
10/2 22 9 13
11/10 54 30 24
12/10 66 45 21
33/22 142 84 58

TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS


0/0 0/0 0 0 2
0/0
0/0 0/0 1 1 1
0/0
0/0 0/0 2 0 4
0/0
0/0
0/0 3 1 7
0/0

PLAYER PROFILES

NGALU TAPA

COLTON TEGLOVIC *

Nose Tackle
6-2 314
RS-Freshman
Sacramento, Calif.
Luther Burbank HS 14
Undeclared

Safety
6-0 195
RS-Junior
Sammamish, Wash.
Eastlake HS 12
Social Sciences

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WSU CAREER

FRESHMAN (2014): Redshirt season.

RS-SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 10 games, all on


special teamsrecorded two tackles in win over Portland Staterecorded one
tackle in win at Oregon Statemade one tackle at No. 13 Arizona State.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, Calif.high school
teammates with Cougar signee Calvin Greenas a JUNIOR, named All-State
First Team Underclassmen by CalHiSports named All-Sac-Joaquin Section
and Junior Player of the Yearearned All-Metro League First Team and Metro
League Defensive Player of the Year accolades after making 124 tackles and 24
sacksas a SENIOR, named All-Class All-State First Team by USA Todaynamed
All-Metro First Team and Division II Defensive Player of the Year by Sacramento
Beenamed All-Sac-Joaquin Section and All-Northern California First Team by
MaxPrepsMetro League Defensive Player of the Year accolades after making
14.5 sacksplayed in Sacramento Optimist All-Star Game with high school and
Cougar teammate Calvin Greenrated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and
Scout.comranked the No. 8 defensive tackle prospect in the West and No.
123 among players in the West region by Scout.comranked the No. 67 overall
prospect in California by Rivals.com.
PERSONAL

Majoring in social sciences.

JOHN THOMPSON **
Wide Receiver
5-8 194
Junior
Spanaway, Wash.
Bethel HS 13
Sport Management

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WSU CAREER
SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in two games
appeared in game against USCcaught a five-yard pass in win at Oregon State.
FRESHMAN (2013): Earned a varsity letter...appeared in two gamescaught two
passes for six yards against No. 5 Stanfordalso appeared at No. 2 Oregon.

Full name, Feaomoengalu Tapa.

PARIS TAYLOR *
Linebacker
6-3 219
RS-Junior
Altamonte Springs, Fla.
Lake Brantley HS 11 LA Pierce College
Humanities

PERSONAL

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WSU CAREER
RS-SOPHOMORE (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games
recorded six tackles including 1.5 for lossmade one sack and recovered one
fumblemade WSU debut against Rutgers in Seattlefirst career tackle came at
Nevada, finished with two tacklesrecovered a fumble at No. 25 Stanfordfirst
career sack came against No. 15 Arizonashared a tackle-for-loss in Apple Cup.
SOPHOMORE (2013): Redshirt season.
JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER
Attended Los Angeles Pierce Collegeas a FRESHMAN in 2012, appeared in seven
games before suffering knee injury on an interception returntallied 25 tackles,
one interception and recovered one fumblerated two stars by Scout.com.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Bethel High School in Spanaway, Wash.four-year letterwinneras a
SOPHOMORE, recorded three interceptionsas a JUNIOR, first career touchdown
came against Permian Panthers in Odessa, Texas, the school featured in the movie
Friday Night Lightsnamed South Puget Sound League Defensive Back of the
Year, first team All-SPSL and All-Area honorable mention after picking off eight
passesalso had three touchdowns rushing, four receiving, two via kickoff return
and one via interceptionas a SENIOR, named first team All-SPSL after rushing
for 12 touchdowns and catching two touchdownslimited to just five games with
an ankle injury...also lettered four times in basketball and track.
PERSONAL
Born in Lakewood, Wash.parents Tony and Pamela, older sisters Marcella and
PaigeMarcella attended WSUthird cousin of Baseball Hall of Famer Willie
Maysboth parents ran track at Long Beach Statemajoring in sport managment.
CAREER STATS
RECEIVING
2013
2014
TOTALS

G/GS PC
2/0 2
2/0 1
4/0 3

YDS AVG TD
6 3.0 0
5 5.0 0
11 3.6 0

LG
3
5
5

Attended Lake Brantley High Schoolas a SENIOR in 2010, recorded 24 tackles


and two pass breakups.
PERSONAL
Plans to pursue a humanities degree.
CAREER STATS
DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS
2014
12/0 6 3 3 1.5/-6 1/-5 0 1 0
0/0

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PLAYER PROFILES

DESTINY VAEAO ***

CHARLESTON WHITE *

Defensive Line
6-4 298
Senior
Pago Pago, American Samoa
Tafuna HS 12
Criminal Justice

Cornerback
6-0 185
RS-Sophomore
Amarillo, Texas
Palo Duro HS 13
Criminal Justice

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WSU CAREER

JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 10 games he appeared in
recorded 14 tackles including 3.5 for loss and two sacksrecovered one fumble
made a tackle against Rutgers in Seattlerecorded two tackles at Nevadahad a
tackle and recovered a fumble in win over Portland Statemissed games against
Oregon and at Utahmade two tackles, one for loss at No. 25 Stanfordhad a
sack against No. 15 Arizonamade three tackles including one sack at No. 13
Arizona Staterecorded three tackles and shared a tackle-for-loss in Apple Cup.
SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, making
10 startsrecorded 24 tackles and 3.5 tackles-for-lossmade one tackle and
recorded a quarterback hurry at Auburntallied three tackles including two for
loss in win at No. 25 USCmade three tackles including one for loss against No. 5
Stanford in Seattlehad a tackle in win at Californiamade three tackles at No.
2 Oregon and against No. 25 Arizona Statetallied a career high six tackles in win
at Arizonamade two tackles in win over Utahassisted on one tackle-for-loss
against Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl.
FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in seven games, making
two startstallied five tackles and forced one fumblemade one tackle at BYU
started and registered one tackle at No. 19 Stanfordstarted, made one tackle
and forced a fumble against No. 17 UCLA.

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 10 games, making


seven startsmade 34 tackles and picked off one passforced one fumble
led team with 13 pass breakups, tied for second-most in the Pac-12 Conference
made collegiate debut against Rutgers in Seattlefirst career start came at Nevada, made two tackles and a pass breakupmade six tackles, picked off a pass
and forced a fumble in win over Portland Staterecorded three tackles and broke
up three passes including the final pass to clinch win at Utahmade career high
12 tackles and broke up three passes against Californiaregistered three tackles
at No. 25 Stanfordmissed games against Arizona and USCmade four tackles
in win at Oregon Statehad two tackles and two pass breakups at No. 13 Arizona
State.
FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


As a JUNIOR helped team to Island Championship...SENIOR year team reach
championship game...had eight touchdown receptions and 500 receiving yards...
selected to play in the International Bowl all-star game for high school seniors
from Samoa and Canada against seniors from other states...participated in 2011
Samoa Bowl, 2012 IFAF World Game and 2012 IFAF Samoa vs. Australia game.
PERSONAL
Criminal justice major.

G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS


7/2 5 2 3 0/0 0/0 1 0 0
0/0
11/10 24 15 9 3.5/-14 0.5/-8 0 0 0
0/0
10/10 14 9 5 3.5/-11 2/-10 0 1 0
0/0
28/22 43 26 17 7/-25 2.5/-18 1 1 0
0/0

BARRY WARE
Wide Receiver
6-2 191
RS-Freshman
Corona, Calif.
Centennial HS 14
Undeclared

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WSU CAREER
FRESHMAN (2014): Arrived midway through the season...redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Centennial High School in Corona, Calif.as a JUNIOR, made 45
receptions for 1,095 yards and 11 touchdownsas a SENIOR, caught 56 passes
for 1,211 yards and 17 touchdownsin final game, made 13 catches for 146 yards
and four touchdownsrated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.
comranked No. 93 wide receiver in the country and No. 54 overall prospect in
California by ESPN.comScout.com has him at No. 83 overall in the West region
while Rivals.com lists him at No. 75 among all California players.

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Attended Palo Duro High School in Amarillo, Texasthree-year letterwinner


for coach Steve Parras a JUNIOR, had 46 receptions for 759 yards and six
touchdownsas a SENIOR, earned 4A All-District 3 first team honors as a wide
receiver and a defensive back after making 50 tackles, six pass breakups, two
interceptions and catching 26 passes for 557 yards and six scoresrated three
starts by ESPN.com and two stars by Scout.comrated the No. 209 wide receiver
prospect in the country by ESPN.com.also lettered four times in basketball and
track.
PERSONAL
Parents, Charles and Laiceishaolder brother, Michael and younger brother,
Brandonfather, Charles played football at the University of North Texas
brother, Michael plays basketball at Oklahoma Panhandle State University...
criminal justice major.
CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS
DEFENSE
2012
2013
2014
TOTALS

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

DEFENSE G/GS TT PT AT TFL SACKS FF FR PD INT/YDS


2014
10/7 34 30 4 0/0 0/0 1 0 13
1/0

PLAYER PROFILES

GERARD WICKS *

DOM WILLIAMS ***

Running Back
6-0 224
RS-Sophomore
Long Beach, Calif.
Long Beach Poly HS 13
Criminal Justice

Wide Receiver
6-2 200
RS-Senior
Pomona, Calif.
Garey HS 11
Criminal Justice

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WSU CAREER

RS-FRESHMAN (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in nine games


second on team in rushing with 62 carries for 234 yardsled team with four rushing touchdownsaveraged 3.8 yards-per-carrycaught 16 passes for 76 yards
made collegiate debut against Rutgers in Seattle, rushing twice for seven yards
and caught two passes for 18 yardshad a season-high 12 carries for 50 yards
including a one-yard touchdown in win over Portland Statecarried seven times
for 36 yards and caught two passes for 16 yards against No. 2 Oregonrushed 11
times for season-high 56 yards with a long of 24 in win at Utahmatched seasonhigh with 12 carries for 38 yards and rushed for two touchdowns (1,1) against Californiahad nine carries for 17 yards, a one-yard touchdown run and six receptions against No. 15 Arizonamissed games against USC, at Oregon State and at
Arizona Staterushed five times for 22 yards in Apple Cup.
FRESHMAN (2013): Redshirt season.

RS-JUNIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 gamesfifth on


team with 43 receptions for 656 yardstied for second on team and fifth in Pac12 Conference with nine touchdown catches, tied for 25th nationallyaveraged
15.3 yards-per-catchled team with seven receptions for 25-plus yards including
three that went for touchdownstwo 100-yard gameshad one catch for 64 yards
against Rutgers in Seattlecaught five passes for 77 yards at Nevadamade four
receptions for 112 yards and two touchdowns (17, 84) in win over Portland State
caught two touchdown passes (18, 8) against No. 2 Oregonhad two touchdown
receptions (35, 20) in win at Utahrecorded five receptions for 107 yards against
Californiacaught seven passes for 40 yards against No. 15 Arizonacaught
an 18-yard touchdown pass in win at Oregon Statehad a two-yard touchdown
catch at No. 13 Arizona Statemade a 35-yard touchdown catch in Apple Cup.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games,
starting final seven gamesmade 40 receptions for 647 yards, good for second
on teamtied for team-high with seven touchdown catchesrecorded two
100-yard gamesaveraged team-best 16.2 yards-per-catchled team with
10 receptions of 20-plus yards including four for touchdownscaught three
passes for 43 yards at Auburnmade two catches for 50 yards including 50-yard
reception on game-winning drive in win at No. 25 USChad three receptions for
101 yards and two touchdowns (43, 55) in win over Southern Utahhad 30-yard
touchdown catch in win over Idahomade three catches for 27 yards against No.
5 Stanford in Seattlemade season-high seven receptions for 59 yards and an
11-yard touchdown at No. 2 Oregonmatched season-high with seven catches
for 75 yards in win at Arizonahad five receptions for career-high 154 yards and
two touchdowns (5, 71) in win over Utahcaught three passes for 32 yards and
a five-yard touchdown at Washingtoncaught one pass for three yards against
Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl.
RS-FRESHMAN (2012): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, starting
the final five gamesmade 34 receptions for 546 yards and three touchdowns
averaged 16.1 yards-per-catchposted two 100-yard gamessecond on team
with seven catches of 25-plus yardshad two catches for 25 yards at BYU
recorded one 23-yard reception against Coloradomade three catches for 60
yards against Californiamade first career start, had six catches for 79 yards and
a three-yard touchdown at No. 19 Stanfordmade four catches for 56 yards at
Utahtallied seven receptions for 108 yards, first career 100-yard game, and two
touchdowns (6, 11) against No. 17 UCLAmade three receptions for 52 yards at
Arizona Stateposted season highs of eight catches and 143 yards, including a
season-long 61-yard catch in Apple Cup win over Washington.
FRESHMAN (2011): Redshirt seasonearned WSU Scout Team Offensive Player
of the Week honors against UNLV.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Long Beach Poly High School in Long Beach, Calif.played for coach
Raul Laraas a JUNIOR, named All-CIF and Moore League MVP after rushing
for 772 yards and 11 touchdownsaveraged 8.0 yards-per-carrynamed All-CIF
in track, helped 4x100m relay team to third place at state championshipsas a
SENIOR, named Pac-5 Division Offensive Player of the Year, All-CIF Pac-5 Division
first team and Moore League MVPalso named to All-Area Team by Long Beach
Telegram after rushing 156 times for 1,596 yards and 20 touchdownsalso named
the Division 1 All-State team by MaxPrepsselected to play in South Bay BMW
West Coast Bowl, rushed 10 times for 52 yardsselected to play in All-Star AllAmerican Football Gamenamed to the West Top 150 by Scout.comone of 10
running backs named to the Western 100 by the Tacoma News Tribunerated
three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.comranked the No. 51 running
back in the country and the No. 77 overall prospect in California by Rivals.com
named one of 15 three-star prospects to watch in 2013also lettered three years
in track and field.
PERSONAL
Parents, Gerald Wicks Sr. and Stacy Young-Wicksolder brothers, Jay and
Gerald IIolder sister Hadiya and younger sister, Desireeuncle, Bruce Young
played safety at the University of Colorado 1988-89junior Olympic sprinter in 100
and 200 meters as well as 4x100 meter relay team from 2007-09criminal justice
major.
CAREER STATS
RUSHING
2014

G/GS TC YG YL NYG AVG TD LG


9/0 62 250 16 234 3.8 4 24

RECEIVING
2014

G/GS PC YDS AVG TD LG


9/0 16 76 4.8 0 13

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


As a JUNIOR, he had 45 catches for 1,213 yards with 10 touchdowns. He also
racked up 2,125 all-purpose yards, including two kickoff returns and a punt return
that were brought back for scores...SENIOR year totaled 18 touchdowns in leading
team to first round appearance at CIF Southern Section playoffs...earned firstteam All-Mt. Baldy League at receiver and was an All-Inland Empire second-team
selection.
PERSONAL
Majoring in criminal justice.
CAREER STATS
RECEIVING G/GS
2012
11/5
2013
13/7
2014
12/0
TOTALS
36/12

PC YDS AVG TD
34 546 16.1 3
40 647 16.2 7
43 656 15.3 9
118 1,849 15.7 19

LG
61
71
84
84

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SIGNING CLASS

2015 SIGNING CLASS


NAME
Abramo, Matt
Bigge-Duren, Cedric
Broughton, Treshon
Dale, Hunter
Dimry, C.J.
Fehoko, T.J.
*Hilinksi, Tyler
Luani, Shalom
Martin Jr., Tavares
Mattox, Hunter
*Mitchell, Jeremiah
Molton, Darrien
Oguayo, Nnamdi
Osur-Myers, Noah
Parker, Kirkland
Perrott, Davis
Porter, Aaron
Powell, Kameron
*Priester, Kyrin
Sakaria, Amosa
%Singleton, Deion
Sweet, Kyle
Tago, Logan
Toki, Thomas
Williams, James

POS
K
OL
CB
S
WR
DE
QB
S
WR
DL
DL
CB
OLB
OL
CB
OL
LB
S
WR
OL
S
WR
ATH
DL
RB

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

WT
186
308
175
202
200
273
187
201
165
259
256
170
210
321
185
270
230
202
190
308
190
186
228
307
185

YR
HOMETOWN (LAST SCHOOL)
FR
Petaluma, Calif. (Casa Grande HS)
FR
Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside HS)
JR
Murrieta, Calif. (Vista Murrieta HS/Riverside CC)
FR
River Ridge, La. (John Curtis Christain HS)
JR
Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon HS/Saddleback Col.)
FR
Salt Lake City, Utah (Cottonwood HS)
FR
Upland, Calif. (Upland HS)
JR
Masausi, American Samoa (Fagaitua HS/San Francisco CC)
FR
Belle Glade, Fla. (William T. Dwyer)
FR
Calabasas, Calif. (Sierra Canyon HS)
JR
Lake Elsinore, Calif. (Elsinore HS/Riverside CC)
FR
Temecula, Calif. (Chaparral HS)
FR
Beltsville, Md. (High Point HS)
FR
Walnut Creek, Calif. (La Lomas HS)
SO*
Humble, Texas (Blinn CC)
FR
Phoenix, Ariz. (Mountain Pointe HS)
JR
La Habra, Calif. (La Habra HS/UCLA/Cerritos College)
FR
Upland, Calif. (Upland HS)
FR*
St. Petersburg, Fla. (Brookwood HS (Ga.)/Clemson)
FR
Pago Pago, American Samoa (Tafuna HS)
FR
Pasco, Wash. (Chiawana HS)
FR Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Santa Margarita Catholic HS)
FR
Pago Pago, American Samoa (Samoana HS)
FR
Mountain View, Calif. (St. Francis HS)
FR
Burbank, Calif. (Burbank HS)

*Signed FAA/NLI and enrolled at WSU in January, 2015


%Signed original NLI in 2014 with WSU and enrolled in January, 2015
--Complete bios included on following pages--

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EARLY SIGNEES

The following student-athletes signed Financial Aid Agreements or a National Letter of Intent and enrolled at WSU in January.

TYLER HILINSKI
Quarterback
6-3 187
Freshman
Claremont, Calif.
Upland HS 14

KYRIN PRIESTER
Wide Receiver
6-1 190
RS-Freshman
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brookwood HS 13 (Ga.) / Clemson

WSU CAREER
Enrolled at WSU in January, 2015 after transferring from Clemsonparticipated in
spring football drills...will sit out 2015 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

WSU CAREER
FRESHMAN (2015): Enrolled at WSU in January, 2015 to begin semesterparticipated in spring football drills...in 2015 Crimson & Gray Spring Game, went 9-for-14
for 133 yards and two touchdowns (8,11).
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Played two varsity seasons for head coach Tim Salter at Upland HS in Upland,
Calif.set or broke 9 passing related records for Upland High School including passing percentage (68%), TDs In a game (7), pass completions (182), single
game yardage (446)SENIOR season completed 165 of 242 passes (.682) for 2,738
yards, 22 touchdowns and only five interceptions in 13 gamesalso rushed for
166 yards and four touchdownsled team to 10-3 mark and semifinal berth in CIF
South Section playoffnamed to Cal-Hi Sports All-California Fourth Team, All-CIF
Southern Section West Valley Division First Team, All- Baseline League First Team,
All-Inland Valley Second Team by Daily Bulletin, All-Inland Area Honorable Mention and San Bernardino County Sun All-Area Honorable Mentionas a JUNIOR
completed 177 of 260 (.681) passes for 3,053 yards, 34 touchdowns and eight interceptionsadded 297 yards rushing and four scores in 13 gamesled team to 9-4
mark and a share of the Baseline League title2013 Offensive Player of the Year
by the Daily Bulletin, All- Baseline League First Team and All-Inland Valley First
Team by Daily Bulletinrated four stars by Rivals.com, three stars by Scout.com
and ESPN.comRivals.com lists him as the 10th-ranked pro style QB in nation,
44th-ranked overall prospect in CaliforniaScout.com has him as the 13th-ranked
QB in West, 9th in California.

CLEMSON CAREER
Played one game on special teams before leaving team.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Rated as the No. 3 prep school player and No. 1 wide receiver in the nation by
247Sports.com ... No. 170 player and No. 20 wide receiver in the nation and No.
19 player in Georgia by ESPN ... had 56 receptions for 1,116 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior at Brookwood High School ... All-Southeast Region by PrepStar
... had 31 receptions for 565 yards and five touchdowns as a junior ... coached by
John Shuman at Fork Union Military Academy and Mark Crews at Brookwood High
School.
PERSONAL
Majoring in sport management...mom, Detrice

DEION SINGLETON
Safety
6-2 190
Freshman
Pasco, Wash.
Chiawana HS 14

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WSU CAREER
Enrolled at WSU in January, 2015participated in spring drills.

JEREMIAH MITCHELL
Defensive Line
6-4 256
RS-Junior
Lake Elsinore, Calif.
Elsinore HS 12 / Riverside City College 14

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WSU CAREER
Enrolled at WSU in January, 2015participated in spring drills.
JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER
Attended Riverside City College in Riverside, Calif.as a REDSHIRT-FRESHMAN,
tallied 44 tackles including 9.5 for loss and three sacksas a REDSHIRT-SOPHOMORE, earned All-Central League second-team honors after making 43 tackles,
including 13.5 for loss, and six sacks.helped RCC to a 10-2 record and a CCCAA
State semifinal appearancerated a four-star prospect by Scout.com and No. 28
overall junior college prospect, along with the No. 16 defensive end prospect by
ESPN.com.
PERSONAL
Majoring in humanitees.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Played first three seasons at Godby HS in Tallahassee, Fla.as a SOPHOMORE,
made 35 tackles, six interceptions, one returned for a touchdown and 10 pass
breakupsas a JUNIOR, earned All-State Second Team honors after helping GHS
claim the 6A State titlemade 51 tackles, one interception, eight pass breakups,
two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveriesreturned interception 56 yards
for a touchdown and returned a fumble 95 yards for a touchdownas a SENIOR
in 2013, played for Chiawana HS in Pasco, Wash.led CHS to 4A State title
named All-Class All-State by the Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune
named Tri-City Herald Player of the Year and Mid-Columbia Conference Most Valuable Playernamed All-Area First Team at wide receiver and defensive back
caught 45 passes for 838 yards and nine touchdownspicked off four passes on
defenserated three stars by ESPN.com, 247sports.com and Scout.comrated
No. 18 safety prospect in the country and No. 3 overall prospect in Washington by
ESPN.comnamed a 2013 red chip prospect, one of Washingtons top-16 prospects by The Seattle Timesnamed one of five Northwest Nuggets (top prospects
in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska) by the Tacoma News Tribuneone of
the seven defensive backs named to The Western 100 by The News Tribune.
PERSONAL
Born in Tallahassee, Fla.parents, Linal and Bettyolder brothers, Lionall and
Donavanyounger brother, Kobeolder brother Lionell, played football for
Florida International and currently plays for Tri-Cities Fever of the Indoor Football
League.

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SIGNING CLASS

The following student-athletes signed Financial Aid Agreements or a National Letter of Intent.

MATT ABRAMO
Kicker
6-2 186
Freshman
Petaluma, Calif.
Casa Grande HS 15

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Played three seasons under head coach Trent Herzog at Casa Grande HScareer totals include making 21 of 31 field goal attempts, including career-long of
46scored a total of 157 points ranked No. 13 nationally in most recent Chris
Sailor kicker rankingsSENIOR year made 10 of 12 field goals and 23 of 24 extra points, totaling 53 pointshad a long of 46named Cal-Hi Sports Northern
California Special Teams Player of the Week after making an extra point and two
field goals, including a long of 41 yards, while also handling punting and kickoff dutiesall five of his kickoffs went for touchbacks while he averaged 34 yards a punt
with three of his four punts pinning his opponents inside their own 20-yard line
named All-North Bay League Specialist of the Year and All-North Bay League First
Teamas a junior connected on 10 of 16 field goals and 33 of 37 extra points for
63 pointsnamed All-North Bay League Kicker of the Year, All-North Bay League
First Team, All-Empire First Team and San Francisco Bay Area All-Metro Team
Honorable MentionSOPHOMORE season made one of three field goals and 38 of
42 extra points for 41 total pointsrated three stars by Scout.com, ESPN.com and
two stars by Rivals.com.

CEDRIC BIGGE-DUREN
Offensive Line
6-6 308
Freshman
Oceanside, Calif.
Oceanside HS 15

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Played three varsity seasons for head coach John Carroll at Oceanside HS in
Oceanside, Calif.as a SENIOR helped team to 14-1 record, with only loss coming
in California State Division I Championship game against Folsomdefeated Helix
High to win CIF San Diego Section Division I Championship then defeated Edison
of Fresno to win CIF Divison I South titleanchored offensive line that averaged
158 yards rushing and 216 yards receiving on seasonnamed to All-San Diego
Section and All-Avocado West League Second Teamsparticipated in 2015 West
Coast Bowl in Southern Californiaas a junior helped team to 10-3 record and
berth in San Diego Section championship gamethree star rating by Scout.com
and ESPN.com, two stars by Rivals.com.
PERSONAL CAREER
Born in San Jose, Califparents, Dennis and Emelyolder sister, Sidney.

TRESHON BROUGHTON
Cornerback
6-1 175
Junior
Murrieta, Calif.
Vista Murrieta HS 13 / Riverside City College 15

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JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER


Attended Fullerton Junior College in Fullerton, Calif. as a FRESHMANmade 32
tackles with two interceptions including one returned for a touchdownattended
Riverside City College in Riverside, Calif. as a SOPHOMORE, made 34 tackles, 11
pass break ups and five interceptionsalso scored two touchdowns on an interception and a fumble recovery.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Tustin HS in Tustin, Calif. as a sophomore and junior and Vista Murrieta
HS in Murrieta, Calif. as a senior SENIOR season helped Vista Murrieta to a
13-1 record and finish the regular season undefeated before falling in the Inland
Division Championship game ... played in the 28th Annual SPORT Foundation Inland Empire All-Star Classic ... had 40 tackles, one sack, three fumble recoveries
and eight pass breakups... garnered All-Southwestern League Second Team honorsJUNIOR season totaled 49 tackles and three interceptions, leading Tustin to
an 11-3 record and a share of Empire League titlealso added nine receptions
for 160 yards as team captured CIF Southern Section Southwest Division title.
earned All-Empire League Second Team honors on defenseSOPHOMORE year
scored two touchdowns as team went 12-2, won the league title and reached the
CIF Southern Section Southwest Division championship gamerated a three-star
prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.comranked the No. 86 overall Junior College prospect in the JUCO Top 100 by Rivals.com.
PERSONAL
Played with current Cougar linebacker Greg Hoyd III at Vista Murrieta HS as a
senior.

HUNTER DALE
Defensive Back
5-10 202
Freshman
River Ridge, La.
John Curtis Christian HS 15

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended John Curtis HS in River Ridge, La.four-year starter for coach J.T. Curtisas a SOPHOMORE, recorded four interceptions and started for JCHS who
went 14-0 and was named national champions by Rivals, USA Today, PrepNation,
Scout.com and MaxPrepsas a JUNIOR, made 43 tackles and picked off eight
passes, helping JCHS to a 3A State championshipearned first-team 3A All-State
honors from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association and to The New Orleans
Advocate All-Metro Teamas a SENIOR, named the No. 28 prospect in The TimesPicayunes Fantastic 40 prior to the seasonnamed All-State and to The New
Orleans All-Metro team after recording 53 tackles, one sack and three interceptionsalso forced three fumbles and two recovered tworeturned one punt for
a touchdownrated three stars by ESPN.com, Scout.com and 247sports.com
rated No. 27 overall prospect in Louisiana by ESPN.comrated No. 81 safety prospect in country and No. 4 safety in Louisiana by Scout.comalso an outfielder on
the JCHS baseball team, as a JUNIOR, had nine doubles, 24 runs scored and eight
stolen bases.
PERSONAL
Born in New Orleansparents Wyatt Harris and Michelle Daledad, Wyatt
played football at Southern University and at A&M College...mom, Michelle played
basketball at Spring Hill College (DII) in Mobile, Alagrandfather, Peter Dale, Sr.
played football at LSU...godfather, Irv Smith played tight end at Notre Dame, was an
NFL first-round pick by the New Orleans Saints in 1993 and played seven seasons
in the NFL (1993-99), his first five with the Saints, one with the San Francisco 49ers
and one with the Cleveland Browns.

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SIGNING CLASS

C.J. DIMRY

SHALOM LUANI

Wide Receiver
6-5 200
Junior
Carlsbad, Calif.
La Costa Canyon HS 12 / Saddleback College 15

Safety
6-1 201
Junior
Masausi, American Samoa
Fagaitua HS 12 / City College of San Francisco 15

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JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER

JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER

As a SOPHOMORE spent the 2014 season at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo,


Calif totaled 26 receptions for 541 yards and six touchdownshis 20.8 yards per
catch were fourth in conferencenamed Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 18)
in a win over Golden West, catching five passes for 143 yards and a touchdown
FRESHMAN season (2012) played at Palomar College, making one catch for eight
yards, then redshirted the 2013 seasonrated two stars by Rivals.com.

Attended City College of San Francisco as a FRESHMAN, earned All-California


Region I First Team accolades after making 49 tackles, seven interceptions and
recovering four fumblesas a SOPHOMORE, named First-Team All-American,
California Community College Defensive Player of the Year, Region I First-Team AllCalifornia and Region I Defensive Player of the Yearalso named Bay 6 Conference Defensive Player of the Year after recording 69 tackles, six tackles-for-loss
with four interceptions and two forced fumbleshelped CCSF to an 11-2 record, a
California Community College Athletic Association Northern California titlewas
named the CCCAA State Championship Defensive Player of the Game after making
a team-high eight tackles, including two for lossrated four-star prospect and
the No. 19 overall junior college prospect by Scout.comrated the No. 1 junior
college safety in the country by 247Sports and No. 38 in the ESPN JC50, the top 50
prospects by ESPN.com.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Played two seasons under head coach Sean Sovacool at La Costa Canyon HS in
Carlsbad, CalifSENIOR season team went 9-3 en route to capturing the Avacado
West League title and a semifinal berth in the CIF San Diego Section playoffs
JUNIOR season team posted an 8-4 record, reaching the second round of the CIF
San Diego Section playoffs.

PERSONAL

PERSONAL
Born in Littleton, Colo.full name Christopher James Dimryparents Charles and
Erinolder sisters, Erin and Carleeyounger sisters, Sophie, Soleil and Gia
dad, Charles played defensive back at UNLV and in the NFL for 12 seasons with the
Falcons, Broncos, Buccaneers, Eagles and Chargers, making 21 career interceptionsplans to major in communications.

T.J. FEHOKO
Defensive Line
6-1 273
Freshman
Salt Lake City, Utah
Cottonwood HS 15

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Played four varsity seasons at Cottonwood HS, one under head coach Josh Lyman
and the last three under head coach Greg Coshawtotaled 322 tackles, including
77 sacks, while forcing 19 fumbles in his careeras a SENIOR had 121 tackles, including 34 tackles-for-loss and 21 sacks, while forcing 10 fumbles and blocking two
puntshad eight double-digit tackle games, including season-best 17 against Hillcrestadded 69 yards rushing on 14 carries while scoring three touchdowns
named Utah Defensive Player of the Year, Coaches All-State Second Team and
Deseret News 5A All-State First TeamJUNIOR season recorded 100 tackles
with 54 tackles for loss and a national-best 34 sacks while also rushing for six
yards and a touchdownnamed to Deseret News First-Team All-State, Salt Lake
Tribune First-Team All-State, Salt Lake Tribune First-Team Top 24 All-Star and AllRegion 2 First Teamas a SOPHOMORE was a MaxPreps Sophomore All-American Second Team selection after registering 30 tackles, including 13.5 sacks
garnered Salt Lake Tribune First-Team All-State and Deseret News Second-Team
All-StateFRESHMAN season was named Deseret News Honorable Mention AllState, Region 3 Lineman of Year and First-Team All-Regionrated three stars by
Scout.com, Rivals.com and ESPN.com.

Born in Pago Pago, American Samoaparents, Penitito and Niukinibrothers,


Tui and Poysisters, Makerita, Sina and Elisahigh school teammates with current Cougar nose tackle Robert Barberalso played soccer, known for scoring
during American Samoas first FIFA-sanctioned win against Tonga in November
2011scored twice for American Samoa that game, making him the territorys
joint top goalscorer of all time with fellow forward Ramin Ott. Also that year,
was a member of the American Samoa senior team that represented the territory
in the 2011 Pacific Games.

HUNTER MATTOX
Defensive Line
6-3 259
Freshman
Calabasas, Calif.
Sierra Canyon HS 15

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Westlake HS in Westlake Village, Calif. his first three years attended
Sierra Canyon HS as a SENIOR, played for John Ellinghousenamed Gold Coast
League Defensive MVP after making 86 tackles including 15 sacks and 10 tacklesfor-lossnamed MaxPreps Division IV All-State season-best 18 tackles in win
against Agoura and 10 tackles and four sacks in his final prep game. named to
Daily News All-Area First Team Defense and All-Mid Valley Team by Mid Valley
Sports as a JUNIOR and SOPHOMORE, tallied 50 total tackles and eight sacks
All-Marmonte League Honorable Mention honors as a sophomorerated threestar prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.comranked the No. 21 defensive end prospect in the West and No. 10 defensive end prospect in California by
Scout.com.
PERSONAL
Born in Pasadena, Calif.parents, Marvin and Dianeyounger brother, Tydad
played defensive back for Kansas Jayhawks (1984-87)plans on pursuing a degree in communications.

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SIGNING CLASS

TAVARES MARTIN JR.

NOAH OSUR-MYERS

Wide Receiver
6-1 165
Freshman
Belle Glade, Fla.
William T. Dwyer HS 15

Offensive Line
6-4 321
Freshman
Walnut Creek, Calif.
Las Lomas HS 15

12

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

Played first three seasons at John I. Leonard High School in Greenacres, Fla....as
a SOPHOMORE, earned All-County honors after catching 52 passes for 926 yards
and nine touchdowns...as a JUNIOR, played quarterback, completed 47 percent
of his passes...transferred to William T. Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. for his senior seasons...prior to senior seasons, named to ESPN300...
also named a Super 11 Prospect by the Palm Beach Post and Sun Sentinel...as a
SENIOR, earned first-team All-Palm Beach County honors after catching 37 passes
for 641 yards and six touchdowns...rated a four-star prospect by ESPN.com and
three stars by Rivals.com and Scout.com...rated No. 107 wide receiver prospect in
the country and No. 19 in Florida by Scout.com.

Played two varsity seasons for head coach Mike Downing at Las Lomas HS in
Walnut Creek, Calif.helped team to 9-3 record and second round showing of
2014 CIF North Coast Section Division III Championship in 2014SENIOR season
blocked for offensive unit that averaged 389 yards of total offensealso had 14 total tackles as a defensive lineman, including two tackles-for-lossnamed to MaxPreBurnett, Deontayps California Division III All-State First Team and Cal-Hi Sports
All-California Medium Schools Second TeamSan Francisco Chronicles 2014 AllMetro Second TeamAll-Diablo Foothill Athletic League First Team and All-East
Bay second team by Contra Costa Timesselected to represent Team USA in the
International Bowl in Texasas a JUNIOR earned all-league second team honors
as team went 7-5 and reached quarterfinals of CIF playoffsnamed to U18 Team
for USA Football at International Bowlthree-star ranking by Scout.com, Rivals.
com and ESPN.comScout lists him as 15th-best guard on west coast, eighth in
Californiaprior to season was named one of San Francisco Bay Areas Top 25
Players to Watch.

DARRIEN MOLTON
Cornerback
5-10 170
Freshman
Temecula, Calif.
Chaparral HS 15

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PERSONAL
Parents Dean Myers and Jill Osurmom played softball at Californiahas an
older brother, Ryan, and older sister, Jordan, who rowed at Californiaspecial
Olympics volunteerplans to major in communication or business.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Chaparral HS in Temecula, Calif. as a SENIOR, named No. 141 prospect
in Preseason Scout.com Western 150totaled 17 tackles in four games as season
was cut short due to injuryalso had 30 rushing yards and 101 receiving yards
and a touchdownas a JUNIOR, earned First Team All-State by CalHi Sports, First
Team All-CIF Southern Section and First Team All-Southwestern Leaguemade
57 tackles and six interceptions rated three-star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.
com and Scout.comranked No. 24 cornerback prospect in the West by Scout.
com and No. 55 cornerback prospect in the country by ESPN.com.

Parents, Kevin and Sarah...older brother, Kevin...younger brother, Zach...older sisters, Angela and Alexis...younger sister, Kayla..uncle, Willie Gibson played linebacker at Bowling Green from 1993-94.

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Played two varsity seasons at High Point High School in Beltsville, MdSENIOR
year received Prince Georges County All-Gazette honorable mention honors
participated in 2015 Offense-Defense All-Star Game in Floridarated two stars
by Rivals.com.
PERSONAL
Born in Washington D.C.parents, Chima and Chinyeneyounger brothers, Chiemeziem and Chibuikemyounger sister, Nnedithree-time member of National
Honor Societyplans to major is sports medicine.

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

Attended Blinn College in Blinn, Texas...redshirted in 2013..as a REDSHIRT-FRESHMAN in 2014, tallied 17 tackles, two interceptions, three pass breakups, blocked
one punt, forced one fumble and recovered another.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Attended Kingwood Park High School in Kingwood, Texas...as a SENIOR, earned
first-team All-District honors after making 77 tackles and four interceptions...rated
three-star prospect by 247Sports.com.

NNAMDI OGUAYO

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JUNIOR COLLEGE CAREER

PERSONAL

Linebacker
6-3 210
Freshman
Beltsville, Md.
High Point HS 15

KIRKLAND PARKER
Cornerback
6-1 185
RS-Sophomore
Humble, Texas
Kingwood Park HS 13 / Blinn College 15

PERSONAL
Born in New Orleans...mother, Eula...brothers, Curtis and Theo, sister, Kimberly.

SIGNING CLASS

DAVIS PERROTT

KAMERON POWELL

Offensive Line
6-4 270
Freshman
Phoenix, Ariz.
Mountain Pointe HS 15

Safety
6-0 202
Freshman
Upland, Calif.
Upland HS 15

68

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

Played two varsity seasons for head coach Norris Vaughan at Mountain Pointe
HS in Phoenix, Ariz., posting a combined 24-3 recordas a SENIOR team went
10-3, rushing for 4062 yards in 13 games, averaging 312.5 ypg...reached semifinals
of State Division I playoffs, falling to eventual champion Chandlermade switch
from defensive line to offensive line in spring prior to senior seasonnamed to
American Family Insurance All-USA Arizona Division I Second Team, Division I,
Section IV First Team, All-Arizona First Team, All Arizona Division I Team First
TeamJUNIOR season played defensive line as team went 14-0 and captured the
State Division I titlerated three stars by Scout.com, Rivals.com and ESPN.com
Scout.com lists him as the fourth-best offensive tackle in Arizona.

Played two seasons of varsity football under head coach Tim Salter at Upland
HStotaled 158 tackles from his safety position, forced two fumbles and recovered four during his high school careerSENIOR season posted 77 tackles, 53
solo, including a season-best 10 in win over Rancho Cucamongateam went 10-3
while capturing Baseline League title and advancing to semifinals of CIF Southern
Section West Valley Division playoffsearned All-Baseline League First Team,
Daily Bulletin All-Area Honorable Mention and All-Inland Area Second Team honorsas a JUNIOR had 81 total tackles, including career-best 12 in win over South
Hillshelped team to 9-4 record and share of Baseline League title before advancing to semifinals of CIF Southern Section Inland Division, falling to eventual champion Centennialgarnered All-Baseline League Second Team honorsrated four
stars by Scout, ranked as 31st-best safety in nation, fourth in west and fourth in
California...three stars by Rivals.com and ESPN.com.

PERSONAL
Born in Phoenix, Ariz.dad, Richardolder brother, Will.

PERSONAL
Born in Los Angelesparents, Bobby and Sashaolder brothers, Bobby Jr. and
Ericyounger brothers, Emmaunuel and Alyx.

AARON PORTER
Linebacker
6-3 230
RS-Junior
La Habra, Calif.
La Habra HS 12 / UCLA / Cerritos College 15

52

COLLEGE CAREER
Attended UCLA in 2012-13, redshirting the 2012 season and played in one game
in 2013attended Cerritos College and played for coach Frank Mazzotta Sr.as
a REDSHIRT-SOPHOMORE, named First-Team All-Northern League after making
team-high 87 tackles with 12 tackles-for-loss including six sacks and one interceptionhelped Cerritos to a Golden State Bowl win, earning MVP honors after making 12 tackles including 2.5 for loss and 1.5 sacks...ranked the No. 45 overall Junior
College prospect in the JUCO Top 100 by Rivals.com.

AMOSA SAKARIA
Offensive Line
6-2 308
Freshman
Pago Pago, American Samoa
Tafuna HS 15

65

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Tafuna HS in American Somoarated three stars by ESPN.com, two
stars by Scout.com and Rivals.com247Sports ranks him as the second-best
prospect from Somoa this year.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

PERSONAL

Attended La Habra HS in La Habra, Calif.played for a coach Frank Mazzotta Jr.


as a SOPHOMORE, second on team with 89 tackles and six sacksas a JUNIOR,
recorded 156 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, 11 sacks and two interceptionsas a
SENIOR, named All-CIF Southwest Division Defensive Player of the Year and AllCIF Southwest teams on both offense and defensealso named U.S. Air Force
Medium Schools All-American, SuperPrep All-American and Orange County Register Defensive Player of the Yearnamed All-State by Cal-Hi Sports and Freeway
League Athlete of the Yeartotaled 172 tackles, 23 tackles-for-loss including 12
sacks, five forced fumbles and two interceptions...also rushed for 923 yards and
23 touchdowns.also earned three letters in baseballas a JUNIOR, hit .464 with
four homers and 25 runs batted in.as a SENIOR, hit .494 with nine home runs and
35 runs batted in while being named the league MVPrated four-star prospect
by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.comrated No. 22 outside linebacker in the
country by Rivals.comrated No. 11 middle linebacker in the country by Scout.
comnamed No. 16 prospect in California by ESPN.com.

High school teammate with current Cougar defensive lineman Destiny Vaeao.

PERSONAL
Born in Bellflower, Calif.parents, Tony and Sandysister, Jennifermom
played softball in College World Series for Cal State Long Beach and is member
of LBSU Hall of Fameolder sister, Jennifer currently attends WSUhigh school
teammate of current Cougar wide receiver Brett Bartoloneplans to major in
criminal justice.

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SIGNING CLASS

KYLE SWEET

THOMAS TOKI

Wide Receiver
6-0 186
Freshman
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.
Santa Margarita HS 15

Defensive Line
6-1 307
Freshman
Mountain View, Calif.
St. Francis HS 15

83

94

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

Played three varsity seasons at Santa Margarita Catholic High School, the first
two under head coach Harry Welch and his senior season under head coach Rick
Curtishad career totals of 151 receptions for 2420 yards (school record) and 22
touchdownsSENIOR season collected 89 catches (school record) for 1,341 yards
(school record) with eight touchdownsalso recorded 30 tackles as a cornerback
and returned 11 kickoffs for 210 yardsteam went 6-5 and reached CIF Southern
Section Pac 5 Division Playoffshad five games of 100-plus receiving yards, including season-best 235 on 15 receptions and two touchdowns against Orange
Lutheran named to Cal-Hi Sports All-California Fourth Teamearned MaxPreps
California Division I All-State Second Team honors and All-CIF Southern Section
PAC 5 Division First Team accoladesalso named to Orange County Register AllCounty First Team and All-Trinity League First Teamset school record with 15 receptions in a game, twice as a seniorduring his JUNIOR season he passed for
357 yards and two touchdowns, rushed for 235 yards and two scores and caught
51 passes for 909 yards and nine touchdownshad school-record 295 receiving
yards, on 13 receptions, to go with three touchdowns against national powerhouse
Bishop Gorman...named to All-Trinity League First Team and Orange County Register All-County Second Team..as a SOPHOMORE had 11 catches for 170 yards and
five touchdownsalso rushed for 268 yards and three touchdownsteam went
9-3 and reached second round of CIF Southern Section Pac 5 Playoffsearned
All-Trinity League Second Team honorsrated three stars by Scout.com, Rivals,
ESPN and 247 Sports.

Attended Juanita HS in Kirkland, Wash. his first three years attended St. Francis
HS in Mountain View, Calif. as a SENIORnamed No. 49 prospect in Preseason
Scout.com Western 150made 57 tackles and earned West Catholic Athletic
League Honorable Mention honors named to Tacoma News Tribunes Western 100, one of 11 defensive lineman selected member of 2015 U.S. Under-19
National Team that participated in 2015 International Bowl in Arlington, Texas
as a JUNIOR, earned First-Team All-KingCo after making 29 tackles, 17 solo including four sacksAll-Area Frist Team and earned First-Team All-KingCo as a
SOPHOMORErated a four star prospect by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.
comranked the No. 21 defensive tackle prospect in the country by ESPN.com
and Rivals.comrated the No. 22 overall prospect in California by ESPN.com
rated the No. 5 defensive tackle prospect in California by Scout.comranked the
No. 180 prospect in the ESPN 300.

PERSONAL
Born in Mission Viejo, Calif.parents, Eric and Jodiolder sister, Kaelieolder
brother, Logan is a receiver at UCLAdad played football at the University of San
Diego.

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER


Attended Samoana HS in Pago Pago, American Samoarated three-star prospect
by Scout.comchose WSU over offers from Oregon State, Washington, Colorado
and Hawaii.
PERSONAL
Full name, Uumaulauaganuu Tago.

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Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

Born in Berkeley, Calif.full name Fukaeiki Tokiparents Tom and Visiniaolder


brother, Finovyounger sisters, Seini, Alice and Angelica.

JAMES WILLIAMS
Running Back
5-11 185
Freshman
Burbank, Calif.
Burbank HS 15

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HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

LOGAN TAGO
Athlete
6-3 228
Freshman
Pago Pago, American Samoa
Samoana HS 15

PERSONAL

Played three varsity seasons at Burbank HS, two under Hector Valencia and his
senior year for Richard Broussardas a SENIOR suffered a season-ending injury
during second game of the yearJUNIOR year led team to a 10-3 record and a
semifinal berth in the CIF Southern Section, Southeast Division Playoffsfor the
season had 164 carries for 1,469 yards and school-record 22 touchdownsalso
had 22 receptions for 482 yards and five touchdownsadded 185 yards in kick
returns and 171 in punt returnsrecorded 2,307 all-purpose yards (178 per game)
and 29 touchdowns totalearned All-CIF Southern Section Southeast Division
First Team honorsPacific League Offensive Player of the Year and All-Pacific
League First TeamAll-Area First TeamSOPHOMORE season rushed for 1,443
yards and 17 touchdowns, averaging 10.9 yards per carryadded 11 receptions
for 101 yardsPacific League Offensive Player of the Year, All-Pacific League First
TeamAll-CIF Southern Section Southeast Division First Team and All-Area First
Teamthree stars by Scout.com, Rivals.com and ESPN.com.

2014 SEASON REVIEW

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2014 SEASON REVIEW

Date

Aug 28, 2014


Sep 05, 2014
Sep 13, 2014
* Sep 20, 2014
* Sep 27, 2014
* Oct 04, 2014
* Oct 10, 2014
* Oct 25, 2014
* Nov 1, 2014
* Nov 08, 2014
* Nov 22, 2014
* Nov 29, 2014

2014 Washington State Football


Washington State Game Results (as of Feb 09, 2015)
All games
Opponent

Score

Team Statistics

WSU

SCORING
Points Per Game
Points Off Turnovers
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 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
Washington State
55 127 65 135
Opponents
107 109 116 131

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Overall

Conference

RUTGERS
L
38-41
0-1
0-0
at Nevada
L
13-24
0-2
0-0
PORTLAND STATE
W
59-21
1-2
0-0
#2 OREGON
L
31-38
1-3
0-1
at Utah
W
28-27
2-3
1-1
CALIFORNIA
L
59-60
2-4
1-2
at #25 Stanford
L
17-34
2-5
1-3
#15 ARIZONA
L
37-59
2-6
1-4
USC
L
17-44
2-7
1-5
at Oregon State
W
39-32
3-7
2-5
2014 Washington State Football
at #13 Arizona State
L
31-52
3-8
2-6
Washington State Overall Team Statistics (as of Feb 09, 2015)
WASHINGTON
L games
13-31
3-9
2-7
All

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

382
31.8
146
326
45
251
30
478
841
363
243
2.0
39.8
5
5732
510-771-18
7.4
11.2
477.7
45
6210
1014
6.1
517.5
49-970
23-165
3-19
19.8
7.2
6.3
14-7
94-812
67.7
49-2039
41.6
32.9
67-3930
58.7
37.3
31:24
78/186
42%
18/40
45%
29-209
0
50
11-17
2-5
(49-61) 80%
(39-61) 64%
(47-48) 98%
215689
7/30813
OT

0
0

Total
382
463

Time

Attend

3:29
3:28
3:27
3:16
3:33
4:04
3:26
3:27
3:23
3:34
3:40
3:12

30927
26023
30874
32952
45859
30020
44135
32952
25012
44377
51428
32952

OPP

463
38.6
385
256
88
140
28
1748
2091
343
430
4.1
145.7
18
3559
276-429-3
8.3
12.9
296.6
33
5307
859
6.2
442.2
53-1156
19-329
18-173
21.8
17.3
9.6
11-5
95-839
69.9
63-2752
43.7
38.8
88-5381
61.1
39.6
28:31
68/173
39%
10/18
56%
36-273
0
59
18-21
0-0
(46-53) 87%
(33-53) 62%
(55-57) 96%
211822
5/42364
0/0

2014 Washington State Football


2014 SEASON REVIEW
Washington State Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Feb 09,
2015)
All games
SEASON
Rushing

gp

att

gain loss

Morrow, Jamal
Wicks, Gerard
West, Theron
Mason, Marcus
Dascalo, Jordan
TEAM
Falk, Luke
Halliday, C.
Total
Opponents

12 87 382
9 62 250
9 21
98
12
5
10
12
1
3
4
2
0
6 36
65
9 29
33
12 243 841
12 430 2091

Passing

gp

Halliday, C.
Falk, Luke
TEAM
Total
Opponents
Receiving

Mayle, Vince
Myers, Isiah
Cracraft, River
Morrow, Jamal
Williams, Dom
Lewis, Robert
Galvin, Rickey
Baker, Tyler
West, Theron
Wicks, Gerard
Green, Calvin
Williams, K.
Loftus, Drew
Thompson, John
Mason, Marcus
Total
Opponents
Total Offense

Halliday, C.
Falk, Luke
Morrow, Jamal
Wicks, Gerard
West, Theron
Mason, Marcus
Dascalo, Jordan
TEAM
Total
Opponents

9
6
4
12
12

CAREER

effic comp-att-int

pct

67.3
64.2
0.0
66.1
64.3

no.

yds

td

g plays

rush

12 106 1483
12 78 972
9 66 771
12 61 460
12 43 656
12 41 370
11 37 400
12 27 308
9 17 119
9 16
76
9 13
68
2
2
36
9
1
6
3
1
5
12
1
2
12 510 5732
12 276 3559
9 555 -131
6 279 -70
12
87 351
9
62 234
9
21
88
12
5
7
12
1
3
4
4
-4
12 1014 478
12 859 1748

avg

14.0
12.5
11.7
7.5
15.3
9.0
10.8
11.4
7.0
4.8
5.2
18.0
6.0
5.0
2.0
11.2
12.9
pass

3873
1859
0
0
0
0
0
0
5732
3559

9
12
8
0
9
2
3
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
33

td

yds

3873
1859
0
5732
3559

gp

17 29.2
24 26.0
26
9.8
5
0.6
3
0.2
0 -1.0
9 -11.7
13 -14.6
26 39.8
76 145.7
td

32
13
0
45
33

lg avg/g

90
84
0
90
87

87
62
25
123
1

att

gain

loss

31
16
10
31
0

351
234
106
604
3

net

avg

td

0
4
0
3
0

17
24
26
65
3

lg

avg/g

6
35

36
112

65
107

135
599

-70
-492

-1.9
-4.4

1
0

9
13

-11.7
-14.1

35
6

lg avg/g

415.8
298.2
29.2
26.0
9.8
0.6
0.2
-1.0
517.5
442.2

12
9
21
48
12

gp

430.3
309.8
0.0
477.7
296.6

gp

90 123.6
67 81.0
86 85.7
53 38.3
84 54.7
25 30.8
52 36.4
24 25.7
18 13.2
13
8.4
14
7.6
29 18.0
6
0.7
5
1.7
2
0.2
90 477.7
87 296.6

total avg/g

3742
1789
351
234
88
7
3
-4
6210
5307

lg avg/g

4.0 0
3.8 4
4.2 0
1.4 0
3.0 0
-2.0 0
-1.9 1
-4.5 0
2.0 5
4.1 18

354-526-11
156-243-7
0-2-0
510-771-18
276-429-3

gp

145.04
140.35
0.00
143.19
158.01

net avg

31 351
16 234
10
88
3
7
0
3
4
-4
135 -70
164 -131
363 478
343 1748

25
45
22
12
36
13
40
12
21
9
9
35
11
6
48

35
6
12
9
21
48
12

382
250
116
635
3

effic comp-att-int

132.24 1013-1633-50
140.35 156-243-7

no.

148
164
112
61
117
41
113
27
20
16
13
84
2
3
69

plays

1745
279
87
62
25
123
1

yds

2022
1911
1385
460
1849
370
1021
308
169
76
68
852
43
11
486

rush

avg

13.7
11.7
12.4
7.5
15.8
9.0
9.0
11.4
8.4
4.8
5.2
10.1
21.5
3.7
7.0

pass

-492 11304
-70 1859
351
0
234
0
106
0
604
0
3
0

pct

4.0
3.8
4.2
4.9
3.0

yds

62.0 11304
64.2 1859

td

16
19
11
0
19
2
8
2
1
0
0
6
0
0
3

total

10812
1789
351
234
106
604
3

lg

90
67
86
53
84
25
52
24
28
13
14
57
37
5
68

td

90
13

29.2
26.0
5.0
12.6
0.2

lg

90
84

avg/g

323.0
309.8

avg/g

80.9
42.5
63.0
38.3
51.4
28.5
25.5
25.7
8.0
8.4
7.6
24.3
3.9
1.8
10.1

avg/g

308.9
298.2
29.2
26.0
5.0
12.6
0.2

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2014 SEASON
REVIEW
Washington
State Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Feb 09, 2015)

All games

SEASON
Scoring

Myers, Isiah
Breshears, Q.
Mayle, Vince
Williams, Dom
Cracraft, River
Wicks, Gerard
Galvin, Rickey
Powell, Erik
Baker, Tyler
Lewis, Robert
Falk, Luke
Total
Opponents

td

fg

12 - 9-12
9 9 8 4 3 - 2-5
2 2 1 50 11-17
59 18-21

CAREER
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf

kick

41-42
6-6
47-48
55-57

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

pts

- 72
- 68
- 54
- 54
- 48
- 24
- 20
- 12
- 12
- 12
6
- 382
- 463

td

19
16
19
11
4
13
2
2
1

fg

9-12
2-5
-

Punt Returns

no.

19
4
23
19

148
17
165
329

yds avg

td

0
0
0
3

44
12
44
81

lg

no.

Kick Returns

no.

yds avg

td

lg

no.

22
9
18
4
24
2
1

453
177
378
91
438
3
4

Interceptions

no.

1
1
1
3
18

yds avg

10
0
9
19
173

td

lg

no.

yds

Fumble Returns

no.

yds avg

td

lg

no.

yds

Galvin, Rickey
Cracraft, River
Total
Opponents
Morrow, Jamal
Mayle, Vince
Williams, K.
West, Theron
Mason, Marcus
Barber, Robert
Paulo, Darryl
Total
Opponents
Coen, Cyrus
White, C.
Pritchard, Tana
Total
Opponents
Coen, Cyrus
Total
Opponents

58

22 453
9 177
8 175
4
91
3
67
2
3
1
4
49 970
53 1156

1
1
1

7.8
4.2
7.2
17.3

20.6
19.7
21.9
22.8
22.3
1.5
4.0
19.8
21.8
10.0
0.0
9.0
6.3
9.6

11 11.0
11 11.0
51 51.0

0 36
0 39
0 26
0 29
0 25
0
2
0
4
0 39
3 100
0
0
0
0
2

0
0
0

10
0
9
10
45
11
11
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19
4

4
1
1

yds

148
17

yds

56
0
22

11

PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf

kick

41-42
6-6
-

avg

td

avg

td

avg

td

avg

td

7.8
4.2

20.6
19.7
21.0
22.8
18.2
1.5
4.0

14.0
0.0
22.0

11.0

0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

- - - 1 - - 1 - - - - 1-2

lg

44
12

lg

36
39
27
29
32
2
4

lg

27
0
13

lg

11

pts

114
68
96
116
66
24
80
12
12
12
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2014 SEASON REVIEW
Washington State Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Feb 09,
2015)
All games
SEASON
All Purpose

Mayle, Vince
Morrow, Jamal
Myers, Isiah
Cracraft, River
Williams, Dom
Galvin, Rickey
Lewis, Robert
Wicks, Gerard
Baker, Tyler
West, Theron
Williams, K.
Mason, Marcus
Green, Calvin
Coen, Cyrus
Pritchard, Tana
Loftus, Drew
Thompson, John
Paulo, Darryl
Dascalo, Jordan
Barber, Robert
TEAM
Falk, Luke
Halliday, C.
Total
Opponents

rush

rcv

Field Goals

12
5
17
21

Punting

ir

long

9
2
11
18

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
173

54
13
67
88

3167
763
3930
5381

138.3
105.3
81.0
87.6
54.7
49.8
30.8
34.4
25.7
33.1
105.5
6.3
7.6
0.9
0.8
0.7
1.7
0.3
0.2
0.2
-1.0
-11.7
-14.6
613.7
580.4

0
0
0
0
lg blk

0
0
0

tb ob

58.6 8
58.7 3
58.7 11
61.1 37

rush

0
351
0
0
0
604
0
234
0
106
1
604
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0

2022
460
1911
1385
1849
1021
370
76
308
169
852
486
68
0
0
43
11
0
0
0

0
0
0
17
0
148
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

177
453
0
0
0
618
0
0
0
91
378
438
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
56
22
0
0
0
0
0

2199
1264
1911
1402
1849
2391
370
310
308
366
1231
1528
68
56
22
43
11
4
3
3

88.0
105.3
42.5
63.7
51.4
59.8
28.5
34.4
25.7
17.4
35.2
31.8
7.6
1.2
0.6
3.9
1.8
0.2
0.2
0.2

6
35

-70
-492

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

-70
-492

-11.7
-14.1

att

good

long

blkd

no.

yds

no.

yds

25
12
45
22
36
40
13
9
12
21
35
48
9
46
34
11
6
23
12
16

12
5

49 2039 41.6 56
49 2039 41.6 56
63 2752 43.7 65

no. yds avg

total avg/g

1660
1264
972
788
656
548
370
310
308
298
211
76
68
10
9
6
5
4
3
3
-4
-70
-131
7364
6965

blkd

46
25
46
47

no. yds avg

Dascalo, Jordan
Total
Opponents
Powell, Erik
Dascalo, Jordan
Total
Opponents

kr

0 177
0 453
0
0
17
0
0
0
148
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
91
0 175
0
67
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
165 970
329 1156

att good

Breshears, Q.
Powell, Erik
Total
Opponents

Kickoffs

pr

12
0 1483
12 351 460
12
0 972
9
0 771
12
0 656
11
0 400
12
0 370
9 234
76
12
0 308
9
88 119
2
0
36
12
7
2
9
0
68
11
0
0
11
0
0
9
0
6
3
0
5
12
0
0
12
3
0
12
0
0
4
-4
0
6 -70
0
9 -131
0
12 478 5732
12 1748 3559

CAREER

1
0
1
1

9
2

49 2039

54 3167
13 763

rcv

pr

46
25

avg

ir

total

avg/g

0
0

41.6

56

lg

blk

avg

tb

ob

58.6
58.7

kr

8
3

1
0

FG SEQUENCE
WASHINGTON STATE
OPPONENTS
Auburn
(43) 50,(47),(26),(42)
USC
(41) 32,43
Southern Utah
(46),(30) (40)
Idaho
- 45
Stanford
(36),45 (28),(27)
California
39,(44),(41),(28) (35),(43)
Oregon State
(27) (20)
Oregon
(49) Arizona State
-
(37), (36)
Arizona
(24), 46
40, (25), 34
Utah
(27), (52), (28), 52
(34)
Washington
(49) (48), (38)
Colorado State
(33)
(25), (19), (30), (41)
Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

59

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Washington State Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Feb 09, 2015)
All games

2014 SEASON REVIEW

SEASON
## Defensive Leaders

4
8
13
28
30
42
40
47
96
16
33
48
3
99
37
98
97
90
17
27
22
29
20
92
35
36
2C
31
34
1
83
18
24
51
46
5
58
88
38
65
45
2D
0D
12
25
6
43

60

Brown, Daquawn
Allison, J.
Monroe, Darryl
Lemora, Darius
Taliulu, Taylor
Coen, Cyrus
Palacio, Kache
Pelluer, Peyton
Cooper, Xavier
White, C.
Pritchard, Tana
Peterson, M.
McLennan, Ivan
Paulo, Darryl
Hameed, Sul.
Pole, Kalaf.
Vaeao, Destiny
Ekuale, Daniel
Porter, Pat
Pippins, Mar.
Clark, Tracy
Henry, Parker
Taylor, Paris
Barber, Robert
Mason, Marcus
Glover, Beau
Teglovic,Colton
Dotson, Isaac
Caldwell, T.
Mayle, Vince
Green, Calvin
Williams, K.
West, Theron
Luvu, Frankie
Powell, Erik
Galvin, Rickey
Sorenson, Riley
Myers, Isiah
Griffin, Kevin
Den Bleyker, A.
Dascalo, Jordan
Roach, Willie
Falk, Luke
Halliday, C.
Morrow, Jamal
Su'a, Chester
Hanser, Dylan
Total
Opponents

gp

ua

CAREER
a total

12 56 26 82
12 51 27 78
12 39 31 70
11 45 23 68
12 45 21 66
11 39 23 62
12 33 24 57
12 19 20 39
12 17 20 37
10 30
4 34
11 12 11 23
10 16
5 21
12 11 10 21
12
9
9 18
6 14
3 17
11
5
9 14
10
9
5 14
12
6
3
9
4
9
.
9
3
7
1
8
3
4
4
8
10
7
.
7
12
3
3
6
12
2
4
6
12
1
4
5
5
4
1
5
10
2
2
4
4
1
3
4
2
3
1
4
12
3
1
4
9
3
1
4
2
3
.
3
9
3
.
3
8
2
1
3
11
1
2
3
11
2
.
2
11
1
1
2
12
2
.
2
3
2
.
2
10
1
1
2
12
.
1
1
4
1
.
1
6
1
.
1
9
1
.
1
12
1
.
1
2
.
1
1
4
1
.
1
12 527 306 833
12 570 308 878

tfl sack int pbu

6.0
8.5
4.0
0.5
0.0
6.5
9.0
5.5
9.5
0.0
1.0
1.0
5.5
7.0
0.0
1.5
3.5
3.0
0.0
2.0
0.5
0.0
1.5
1.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
77
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gp

ua

25 92 40
36 56 33
38 139 105
11 45 23
33 84 58
46 123 68
37 62 52
12 19 20
36 69 52
10 30
4
34 46 40
18 19
5
12 11 10
23 16 11
6 14
3
46 35 40
28 27 16
12
6
3
4
9
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3
7
1
19 13
4
18
7
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12
3
3
16
2
5
48
9 10
6
4
1
10
2
2
11
8
6
25
4
1
25
3
1
9
3
1
35
7
2
21
5
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8
2
1
11
1
2
40
3
5
14
1
1
45
4
3
3
2
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22
1
1
12
.
1
4
1
.
6
1
.
35
2
.
12
1
.
26 30 27
4
1
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total

132
89
244
68
142
191
114
39
121
34
86
24
21
27
17
75
43
9
9
8
17
7
6
7
19
5
4
14
5
4
4
9
5
3
3
8
2
7
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
57
1

tfl

sack int pbu

8.5
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8.5 3.5
20.5 6.5
0.5
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0.0
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26.0 7.0
16.0 11.0
5.5 1.0
31.5 13.0
0.0
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6.5
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1.0
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5.5 4.5
10.5 3.5
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10.5 4.0
7.0 2.5
3.0 1.0
0.0
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2014 SEASON REVIEW

RUTGERS VS. WASHINGTON STATE

WASHINGTON STATE AT NEVADA

Aug. 28, 2014 CenturyLink Field Att.: 30,927 TV: FOX Sports 1

Sept. 5, 2014 Mackay Stadium Att.: 26,023 TV: ESPN

SEATTLE Paul James ran for 173 yards and scored his third touchdown with 3:24 left to give Rutgers a
wild 41-38 victory over Washington State in the Scarlet Knights first game as a member of the Big Ten.
Gary Nova threw a 78-yard touchdown to Leonte Carroo on the first play from scrimmage and Rutgers
withstood a passing onslaught from Washington States Connor Halliday. Rutgers won its opener for the
sixth time in nine years and picked up a significant road victory with a challenging Big Ten slate ahead.
Meanwhile, Washington State has just one victory in its last nine openers. Halliday did his part. The senior
completed 40 of 56 passes for 532 yards and five touchdowns, but his fourth-down pass for River Cracraft
near midfield with 53 seconds left was batted away. Nova was 16 of 27 for 281 yards and a pair of touchdowns, but the Scarlet Knights rode James and the run game. James had 113 yards rushing in the first
half and touchdown runs of 1 and 56 yards as Rutgers built a 21-10 lead. The Scarlet Knights leaned on
James at the end. Cracraft fumbled a punt near midfield with 7 minutes left and Rutgers recovered trailing
38-34. James carried on four straight plays and Nova hit consecutive passes, the second an 11-yard dart to
Carroo to the 14 with 4:11 left. James capped the drive with a 3-yard TD run and Rutgers was back ahead.
Washington State couldnt put together one final drive. Halliday was sacked and a pair of incompletions
turned the ball over with less than a minute left. Halliday overcame a shaky start and was nearly flawless
in the middle two quarters. After an early interception, Halliday connected on 15 of his next 21 throws
the rest of the half, including touchdown tosses of 4 yards to Isiah Myers and a 26-yard flick to Vince
Mayle late in the first half to pull Washington State to 21-17 at the break. He was even better in the third
quarter, leading the Cougars to a pair of touchdowns with nearly flawless efficiency. Halliday hit on 13 of
15 passes to start the second half, his only incompletions a throwaway under pressure and a drop in the
end zone. Halliday hit Cracraft on a 7-yard strike to give Washington State a 24-21 lead. Myers had his
second touchdown catch, taking a huge hit while hauling in a 14-yard strike on third-and-goal for a 31-24
lead. Just as quickly the lead was gone. Kyle Federicos second field goal, on the first play of the fourth
quarter, pulled Rutgers to 31-27 and after a Washington State three-and-out, Nova found John Tsimis for
a 29-yard TD and a 34-31 lead with 10:50 remaining. Halliday answered in a hurry. He found Myers for 43
yards to the 9, then went over the 500-yard mark on a 5-yard TD pass to Rickey Galvin for a 38-34 lead with
8:13 left, the Cougars final lead.

RENO, Nev. Don Jackson ran for two touchdowns and Nevadas defense allowed a lone field goal in the
second half as the Wolf Pack beat Washington State 24-13. Cody Fajardo passed for 110 yards and ran
for another 100 for Nevada (2-0). Connor Halliday passed for 389 yards but only one touchdown and was
intercepted twice for the Cougars (0-2). In two games, hes completed 78-of-113 attempts for 921 yards,
but doesnt have a win to show for it after dropping the opener to Rutgers, 41-38. Nevada never trailed
after Kendall Jackson returned an interception 45 yards to set up fellow freshman Don Jacksons 1-yard
score late in the first quarter. Jackson also ran 2 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter and finished
with 69 yards rushing. The Wolf Pack held Washington State to 38 yards rushing on 18 carries and sacked
Halliday four times to claim only their third victory over a Pac-12 team in the past 10 years, after beating
Cal in 2010 and 2012. Nevada opened a 14-0 lead early in the second quarter when James Butler scored
from the 1 after Fajardo got loose on a keeper up the middle for 55 yards. Duran Workman intercepted
Halliday on the next series but after that Halliday led the Cougars on their only touchdown drive, going 80
yards on five plays. The drive was capped by Hollidays 13-yard TD pass to Vince Mayle to cut the lead to
14-7 midway through the second quarter. Erik Powells 25-yard field goal made it 14-10 with 1:54 left before
halftime. However, Powell missed a 37-yard attempt on WSUs first drive of the second half and was wide
right again on a 39-yard try with 2:49 left in the third quarter. Fajardo then led Nevada on a 14-play, 79-yard
drive, capped by Jacksons 2-yard TD run to go ahead 21-10 with 12:15 left in the game. Jamal Morrow returned the ensuing kickoff 36 yards to WSUs 40 and Halliday passed 19 yards to Vince Mayle before coach
Mike Leach turned to Quentin Breshears to kick a 38-yard field goal to cut it to 21-13 with 9:32 remaining.
Howver, on the next series, Fajardo hit Hasaan Henderson with a 21-yard pass over the middle and Brent
Zuzo made a 40-yard field goal to put Nevada ahead 24-13 with 4:25 left.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Rutgers
7 14 3 17
Washington State
3 14 14 7
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 14:44 RU
Carroo, Leonte 78 yd pass from Nova, Gary (Federico, Kyle kick)

04:29 WSU Powell, Erik 22 yd field goal
2nd 12:58 RU
James, Paul 1 yd run (Federico, Kyle kick)

07:09 WSU Myers, Isiah 4 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Powell, Erik kick)

04:58 RU
James, Paul 56 yd run (Federico, Kyle kick)

01:42 WSU Mayle, Vince 26 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Powell, Erik kick)
3rd 12:27 WSU Cracraft, River 7 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Powell, Erik kick)

07:48 RU
Federico, Kyle 36 yd field goal

03:56 WSU Myers, Isiah 14 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Powell, Erik kick)
4th 14:46 RU
Federico, Kyle 25 yd field goal

10:50 RU
Tsimis, John 29 yd pass from Nova, Gary (Federico, Kyle kick)

08:13 WSU Galvin, Rickey 5 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Powell, Erik kick)

03:24 RU
James, Paul 3 yd run (Federico, Kyle kick)

TOTAL
41
38
1-78 0:16
4--1 1:33
12-75 6:31
5-80 2:08
4-73 2:06
8-72 3:10
7-75 2:33
10-54 4:33
9-63 3:46
10-68 3:59
6-73 2:26
6-67 2:31
8-50 3:49

TEAM STATISTICS
RUT WSU

22
22
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
43-215
14-6
PASSING YDS (NET)
281
532
27-16-1
56-40-1
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 70-496
70-538
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punt Returns-Yards
1-7
3-5
Kickoff Returns-Yards
6-131
7-155
1-0
1-9
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
4-33.8
2-40.5
Fumbles-Lost
0-0
1-1
Penalties-Yards
8-78
9-77
Possession Time
33:17
26:43
Third-Down Conversions
6 of 14
8 of 13
1 of 1
0 of 2
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
4-4
5-6
Sacks By: Number-Yards
3-21
1-7

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Washington State
0 10 0 3
Nevada
7 7 0 10
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 01:18 NEV JACKSON, Don 1 yd run (ZUZO, Brent kick)
2nd 10:59 NEV BUTLER, James 1 yd run (ZUZO, Brent kick)

07:15 WSU Mayle, Vince 13 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Powell, Erik kick)

01:54 WSU Powell, Erik 25 yd field goal
4th 12:15 NEV JACKSON, Don 2 yd run (ZUZO, Brent kick)

09:32 WSU Breshears, Q. 38 yd field goal

04:25 NEV ZUZO, Brent 40 yd field goal

TOTAL
13
24
4-12 1:27
10-91 3:49
5-80 1:32
13-62 3:56
14-79 5:34
8-39 2:37
12-52 5:07

TEAM STATISTICS
WSU NEV

25
17
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
18-38
56-214
PASSING YDS (NET)
389
110
Passes Att-Comp-Int
57-38-2
21-12-0
77-324
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 75-427
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punt Returns-Yards
2-21
1-0
Kickoff Returns-Yards
4-100
3-58
Interception Returns-Yards
0-0
2-46
3-40.3
6-45.8
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
0-0
0-0
Penalties-Yards
10-72
9-90
Possession Time
27:08
32:52
Third-Down Conversions
5 of 15
6 of 18
0 of 2
1 of 3
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
3-6
4-4
Sacks By: Number-Yards
0-0
4-26
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Washington State-Morrow, Jamal 7-32; West, Theron 3-29; Wicks, Gerard 2-minus 1; Halliday, C. 6-minus 22.
Nevada-FAJARDO, Cody 16-100; JACKSON, Don 22-69; BUTLER, James 14-55; TEAM 2-minus 2; TURNER, Richy
1-minus 4; SANCHEZ, B. 1-minus 4.
PASSING: Washington State-Halliday, C. 38-57-2-389. Nevada-FAJARDO, Cody 12-21-0-110.
RECEIVING: Washington State-Myers, Isiah 9-102; Mayle, Vince 8-86; Lewis, Robert 8-81; Williams, Dom 5-77; Morrow,
Jamal 3-10; Galvin, Rickey 2-17; West, Theron 1-7; Loftus, Drew 1-6; Green, Calvin 1-3. Nevada-HENDERSON, H.
6-77; TURNER, Richy 2-12; JACKSON, Don 1-9; BUTLER, James 1-5; GIPSON, Jarred 1-5; BROCK, Kendall 1-2.
INTERCEPTIONS: Washington State-None. Nevada-JOHNSON, K. 1-45; WORKMAN, Duran 1-1.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Rutgers-James, Paul 29-173; Peoples, Desmon 8-36; Tsimis, John 1-9; Grant, Janarion 1-7; TEAM 3-minus 3;
Nova, Gary 1-minus 7. Washington State-Morrow, Jamal 6-17; Wicks, Gerard 2-7; West, Theron 1-minus 2; Halliday, C. 5-minus 16.

FUMBLES: Washington State-None. Nevada-None.

PASSING: Rutgers-Nova, Gary 16-27-1-281. Washington State-Halliday, C. 40-56-1-532.

TACKLES (UA-A): Washington State-Brown, Daquawn 8-5; Monroe, Darryl 5-5; Pritchard, Tana 3-6; Lemora, Darius 4-4;
Taliulu, Taylor 3-2; Coen, Cyrus 2-3; Allison, J. 3-1; Peterson, M. 3-1; Palacio, Kache 2-2; McLennan, Ivan 2-1; Clark,
Tracy 1-2; Pole, Kalaf. 1-2; White, C. 2-0; Barber, Robert 2-0; Vaeao, Destiny 1-1; Taylor, Paris 1-1; Cooper, Xavier
1-1; Dotson, Isaac 0-2; Mason, Marcus 0-2; Halliday, C. 1-0; Williams, K. 1-0; West, Theron 1-0; Ekuale, Danile 0-1.
Nevada-LANE JR., Bryan 3-6; DOBRICH, Jordan 6-2; HEKKING, Brock 3-5; FAVORS, Evan 3-5; MCNEAL, J. 4-3;
LYONS, Matthew 1-6; CALLOWAY, Tere 1-6; HAIKINS, Nigel 4-2; JONES, Lenny 2-2; GARRETT, C. 0-3; WORKMAN,
Duran 2-0; SEAU, Ian 2-0; YATES, Rykeem 1-1; JACKSON, L.J. 0-2; WILSON, Tyler 0-2; ROBERTS-JORDAN 0-2;
BERTRANDO, Alex 0-2; JOHNSON, K. 1-0; BROCK, Kendall 0-1; FAAITUALA, F. 0-1; TAFT, Trevor 0-1.

RECEIVING: Rutgers-Carroo, Leonte 6-151; Grant, Janarion 4-48; Tsimis, John 3-40; Burton, Michael 2-36; Flanagan, Matt
1-6. Washington State-Mayle, Vince 12-124; Cracraft, River 8-83; Myers, Isiah 6-94; Galvin, Rickey 4-86; Williams, K.
2-36; Wicks, Gerard 2-18; Morrow, Jamal 2-15; Green, Calvin 2-6; Williams, Dom 1-64; West, Theron 1-6.
INTERCEPTIONS: Rutgers-Goodwin, Justin 1-0. Washington State-Pritchard, Tana 1-9.
FUMBLES: Rutgers-None. Washington State-Cracraft, River 1-1.

SACKS (UA-A): Washington State-None. Nevada-DOBRICH, Jordan 1-0; JONES, Lenny 1-0; WORKMAN, Duran 1-0; SEAU,
Ian 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): Rutgers-Turay, Kemoko 2-0; Hamilton, Dariu 1-0. Washington State-Cooper, Xavier 0-1; McLennan, Ivan 0-1.
TACKLES (UA-A): Rutgers-Stephenson, Del 5-4; Glashen, Gareef 6-2; Aiken, Johnatha 7-0; Longa, Steve 4-3; Snyder, Kevin
2-4; Jacobs, Davon 3-1; Burton, Michael 3-1; Waters, Lorenzo 3-0; Goodwin, Justin 3-0; Turay, Kemoko 3-0; Mera,
Djwany 2-0; Gause, Quentin 1-1; Hamilton, Dariu 1-1; Milewski, David 1-0; Lumpkin, Keith 1-0; Stephenson, Dar 1-0;
Lambert, Quanze 0-1. Washington State-Peterson, M. 12-4; Monroe, Darryl 3-4; Lemora, Darius 5-1; Taliulu, Taylor
5-1; Pritchard, Tana 3-2; Clark, Tracy 3-2; Caldwell, T. 3-1; Cooper, Xavier 2-2; Brown, Daquawn 2-2; Williams, K.
2-0; Allison, J. 1-1; Dotson, Isaac 1-1; McLennan, Ivan 0-2; Vaeao, Destiny 1-0; Pole, Kalaf. 1-0; Den Bleyker, A. 0-1;
Pelluer, Peyton 0-1; Sua, Chester 0-1.

61

2014 SEASON REVIEW

PORTLAND STATE AT WASHINGTON STATE

NO. 2 OREGON AT WASHINGTON STATE

Sept. 13, 2014 Martin Stadium Att.: 30,874 TV: Pac-12 Networks

Sept. 20, 2014 Martin Stadium Att.: 32,952 TV: ESPN

PULLMAN, Wash. Connor Halliday threw for 544 yards and six touchdowns as Washington State beat
Portland State 59-21. Isiah Myers caught 11 passes for 227 yards and three touchdowns for Washington
State (1-2), which had opened the season with losses to Rutgers and Nevada but proved too much for
FCS Portland State. Kieran McDonagh led Portland State (1-2) with 269 passing yards and a touchdown.
Alex Toureen caught seven passes for 100 yards. Halliday, a senior, completed 41 of 62 passes and was
intercepted twice. Washington State piled up 706 yards of offense while holding Portland State to 362
yards. Dom Williams caught four passes for 112 yards and two touchdowns for the Cougars, highlighted
by an 84-yard score from redshirst-freshman quarterback Luke Falk for his first career touchdown pass on
just his second career pass attempt. Five different players scored touchdowns for Washington State as
running back Gerard Wicks tallied his first career score with a 1-yard plunge that opened the scoring late
in the first quarter. WSU tallied three sacks, one interception by Charleston White and linebacker Cyrus
Coen led the way with 12 tackles.

PULLMAN, Wash. Marcus Mariota threw for 329 yards and five touchdowns as No. 2 Oregon held off
Washington State 38-31 in a matchup of two of the top offenses in the nation. Devon Allen and Keanon
Lowe each had two touchdown receptions for Oregon (4-0, 1-0 Pac-12), which has won eight straight games
against Washington State. Connor Halliday threw for 436 yards and four touchdowns for Washington State
(1-3, 0-1), which boasts the nations top passing attack. They came into the game as 24-point underdogs,
but stayed close the entire way. Washington State played stout defense in the first half, sacking Mariota
five times and recording seven tackles for losses, while holding the Ducks to a total of 210 yards. The score
was tied 21-all at halftime. However, the Cougars offense stalled in the second half, as the Ducks outscored
them 17-10 to take the win. Mariota completed 21 of 25 passes with no interceptions. Halliday was 43 for
63. Washington State outgained the potent Oregon offense 298 yards to 210 in the first half. The Ducks then
drove to the Cougars 15 on the first drive of the second half, but Matt Wogan missed a 32-yard field goal.
Oregon recovered a fumble by Washington States Jamal Morrow on its own 35. On fourth-and-10, Mariota
ran for 28 yards to the 8-yard line. On the next play he threw a touchdown pass to Pharaoh Brown for a 28-21
lead with 4:32 left in the third. WSU replied with an 87-yard drive that ended with Quentin Breshears 30-yard
field goal to pull to 28-24 early in the fourth. However, Oregon marched down to the WSU 17, where Wogan
kicked a 34-yard field goal to extend the lead to 31-24 with 11:04 left. Halliday then led the Cougars on a
75-yard drive, with a 54-yard pass to Morrow covering most of the distance. River Cracraft caught a 5-yard
touchdown pass in the end zone to tie the score at 31-31 with 8:57 to go. Oregon came right back with a
79-yard drive in nine plays, with Mariota passing to Lowe for a 6-yard touchdown pass and a 38-31 lead with
5:33 left. The Cougars werent done, as Hallidays 34-yard pass to Vince Mayle brought WSU to the Oregon
35. But Washington State stalled and turned the ball over on downs with 3:34 left. Washington State scored
first, taking possession at its own 44 after Oregon punted on its first possession. Halliday threw completions
on all five plays and hit Dom Williams in the back of the end zone for an 18-yard touchdown pass and a 7-0
lead midway through the first quarter. Oregon punted again and the Cougars drove to the Ducks 11. The
Cougars had a chance to extend the lead but Breshears hit the left upright on a 29-yard field goal. Oregon
took over on its 20 and Mariota connected with Allen at midfield on the first play, and Allen outran the
efense for an 80-yard touchdown play that tied the score. Washington State regained the lead on its next
possession as Halliday hit Dom Williams in the end zone with an 8-yard scoring pass on 4th and 2. Halliday
threw for 167 yards in the first quarter. Mariota threw a 57-yard touchdown pass to Lowe to tie the score
at 14-all early in the second quarter. After the Cougars turned the ball over on downs at the Oregon 31 on
their next possession, Mariota ran for 41 yards on the Ducks first play. He later threw a 13-yard touchdown
pass to a wide-open Allen in the end zone to give Oregon its first lead at 21-14 with just under 9 minutes left
in the first half. Washington State replied with a 14-play drive that covered 74 yards, with Halliday passing
connecting with Rickey Galvin on a 6-yard pass to tie the score at 21-all with 2:47 left in the half.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Portland State
0 0 14 7
Washington State
7 21 7 24
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 02:05 WSU Wicks, Gerard 1 yd run (Breshars, Q. kick)
2nd 12:10 WSU Cracraft, River 15 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshars, Q. kick)

11:01 WSU Williams, Dom 17 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshars, Q. kick)

03:04 WSU Mayle, Vince 3 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshars, Q. kick)
3rd 11:13 PSU Shaq Richard 6 yd run (J. Gonzales kick)

08:16 PSU Alex Toureen 24 yd pass from Kieran McDonagh (J. Gonzales kick)

04:11 WSU Myers, Isiah 8 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshars, Q. kick)
4th 14:47 WSU Myers, Isiah 4 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshars, Q. kick)

13:19 PSU P. Onwuasor 42 yd interception return (J. Gonzales kick)

11:57 WSU Breshars, Q. 29 yd field goal

08:09 WSU Myers, Isiah 55 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshars, Q. kick)

05:34 WSU Williams, Dom 84 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshars, Q. kick)

TOTAL
21
59
14-80 5:55
6-93 1:34
1-17 0:07
6-80 1:51
11-85 3:43
6-71 1:37
12-75 4:05
7-34 2:19
5-57 1:17
6-95 1:55
3-87 1:03

TEAM STATISTICS
PSU WSU

23
33
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
33-93
23-76
PASSING YDS (NET)
269
630
Passes Att-Comp-Int
51-31-1
64-43-2
87-706
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 84-362
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punt Returns-Yards
1-6
6-70
Kickoff Returns-Yards
7-109
1-4
Interception Returns-Yards
2-42
1-0
9-48.7
3-45.0
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
2-1
2-0
Penalties-Yards
6-49
7-70
Possession Time
31:30
28:30
Third-Down Conversions
8 of 18
7 of 12
1 of 1
0 of 1
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
1-3
7-7
Sacks By: Number-Yards
1-12
3-25
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Portland State-Shaq Richard 11-68; Steven Long 9-36; Nate Tago 5-11; TEAM 1-minus 1; Kieran McDonagh
3-minus 10; Paris Penn 4-minus 11. Washington State-Wicks, Gerard 12-50; Morrow, Jamal 10-38; Halliday, C.
1-minus 12.
PASSING: Portland State-Kieran McDonagh 31-51-1-269; Paris Penn 0-0-0-0. Washington State-Halliday, C. 41-62-2-544;
Falk, Luke 2-2-0-86.
RECEIVING: Portland State-Kasey Closs 8-81; Alex Toureen 7-100; Thomas Carter 5-30; Darnell Adams 3-14; Roston Tatum
2-18; Cam Sommer 2-16; Paris Penn 2-3; Steven Long 1-5; Nate Tago 1-2. Washington State-Myers, Isiah 11-227;
Cracraft, River 7-88; Mayle, Vince 5-35; Williams, Dom 4-112; Morrow, Jamal 4-73; Galvin, Rickey 4-41; Lewis,
Robert 4-26; Green, Calvin 3-24; Wicks, Gerard 1-4.
INTERCEPTIONS: Portland State-P. Onwuasor 1-42; D. Washington 1-0. Washington State-White, C. 1-0.
FUMBLES: Portland State-Thomas Carter 1-0; Shaq Richard 1-1. Washington State-Galvin, Rickey 1-0; Paulo, Darryl 1-0.
SACKS (UA-A): Portland State-Xavier Coleman 1-0. Washington State-McLennan, Ivan 1-0; Cooper, Xavier 1-0; Coen, Cyrus
1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Portland State-D. Jackson 8-1; P. Onwuasor 6-1; Max Lyons 5-2; Xavier Coleman 4-2; Aaron Sibley
4-1; Jeremy Lutali 1-3; Beau Duronslet 3-0; John Norcross 3-0; B. Brody-Heim 2-1; Brandon Tobias 1-2; Sadat
Sulleyman 2-0; Joe Lopez 2-0; Corey Crowder 1-1; S. Talalemotu 1-1; D. Washington 0-2; Malik Cyphers 1-0;
Michael Doman 1-0; Kasey Closs 1-0; Dame Ndiaye 1-0; William Dawson 0-1. Washington State-Coen, Cyrus 9-3;
Brown, Daquawn 5-5; Palacio, Kache 2-6; White, C. 5-1; Lemora, Darius 4-2; Pritchard, Tana 4-2; Taliulu, Taylor 4-1;
McLennan, Ivan 3-1; Pelluer, Peyton 2-2; Monroe, Darryl 1-3; Allison, J. 3-0; Cooper, Xavier 2-1; Ekuale, Danile 1-1;
Teglovic,Colton 1-1; Pole, Kalaf. 0-2; Taylor, Paris 1-0; Mayle, Vince 1-0; Henry, Parker 1-0; Barber, Robert 0-1.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Oregon
7 14 7 10
Washington State
14 7 0 10
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 08:46 WSU Williams, Dom 18 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

03:38 ORE Allen, Devon 80 yd pass from Mariota, Marcus (Wogan, Matt kick)

00:41 WSU Williams, Dom 8 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)
2nd 12:57 ORE Lowe, Keanon 57 yd pass from Mariota, Marcus (Wogan, Matt kick)

08:05 ORE Allen, Devon 13 yd pass from Mariota, Marcus (Wogan, Matt kick)

02:47 WSU Galvin, Rickey 6 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)
3rd 04:32 ORE Brown, Pharaoh 8 yd pass from Mariota, Marcus (Wogan, Matt kick)
4th 14:50 WSU Breshears, Q. 30 yd field goal

11:04 ORE Wogan, Matt 34 yd field goal

08:57 WSU Cracraft, River 5 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

05:33 ORE Lowe, Keanon 6 yd pass from Mariota, Marcus (Wogan, Matt kick)

TOTAL
38
31
5-56 1:56
1-80 0:12
7-75 2:57
3-73 0:51
4-69 0:57
12-74 5:11
6-65 2:02
11-74 4:34
10-57 3:41
6-75 2:07
9-79 3:18

TEAM STATISTICS
ORE WSU

22
29
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
42-172
17-63
PASSING YDS (NET)
329
436
Passes Att-Comp-Int
25-21-0
63-43-0
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS
67-501
80-499
0-0
0-0
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
2-12
3-10
Kickoff Returns-Yards
4-80
3-65
Interception Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punts (Number-Avg)
4-36.0
2-44.5
Fumbles-Lost
1-0
2-2
Penalties-Yards
10-86
5-54
Possession Time
28:13
31:47
Third-Down Conversions
5 of 12
5 of 13
Fourth-Down Conversions
1 of 1
2 of 4
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
4-6
5-6
1-6
7-48
Sacks By: Number-Yards
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Oregon-Freeman, Royce 20-75; Mariota, Marcus 13-58; Marshall, Byron 2-22; Tyner, Thomas 5-20; TEAM 2-minus
3. Washington State-Wicks, Gerard 7-36; Morrow, Jamal 9-33; Halliday, C. 1-minus 6.
PASSING: Oregon-Mariota, Marcus 21-25-0-329. Washington State-Halliday, C. 43-63-0-436.
RECEIVING: Oregon-Allen, Devon 7-142; Marshall, Byron 6-45; Lowe, Keanon 5-104; Brown, Pharaoh 3-38. Washington
State-Cracraft, River 8-107; Mayle, Vince 7-75; Morrow, Jamal 6-79; Myers, Isiah 6-28; Williams, Dom 5-63; Galvin,
Rickey 5-50; Wicks, Gerard 2-16; Lewis, Robert 2-13; Green, Calvin 2-5.
INTERCEPTIONS: Oregon-None. Washington State-None.
FUMBLES: Oregon-Mariota, Marcus 1-0. Washington State-Morrow, Jamal 1-1; Galvin, Rickey 1-1.
SACKS (UA-A): Oregon-Washington, T. 1-0. Washington State-Cooper, Xavier 0-3; Palacio, Kache 1-2; McLennan, Ivan 1-1;
Paulo, Darryl 1-0; Monroe, Darryl 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Oregon-Dargan, Erick 5-5; Ekpre-Olomu, I. 4-5; Daniels, Reggie 5-2; Hardrick, R. 3-4; Washington, T.
3-3; Walker, Joe 2-4; Malone, Derrick 4-1; Hill, Troy 3-0; Mathis, Dior 2-1; Robinson, Tyree 2-1; Buckner, D. 2-1;
Armstead, Arik 2-1; Nelson, Charles 2-1; Coleman, Tyson 2-0; Balducci, Alex 1-1; French, C. 0-1; Forde, Ayele 0-1.
Washington State-Allison, J. 6-4; Monroe, Darryl 6-4; Coen, Cyrus 5-4; Brown, Daquawn 4-4; Hameed, Sul. 5-1;
Taliulu, Taylor 1-5; Paulo, Darryl 2-3; McLennan, Ivan 2-3; Cooper, Xavier 0-5; Palacio, Kache 2-2; Lemora, Darius
0-4; Mason, Marcus 1-1; White, C. 1-1; Henry, Parker 1-0; Pelluer, Peyton 1-0; Mayle, Vince 1-0; Myers, Isiah 1-0;
Pole, Kalaf. 0-1; Ekuale, Daniel 0-1; Barber, Robert 0-1.

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Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

2014 SEASON REVIEW

WASHINGTON STATE AT UTAH

CALIFORNIA AT WASHINGTON STATE

Sept. 27, 2014 Rice-Eccles Stadium Att.: 45,859 TV: Pac-12 Networks

Oct. 4, 2014 Martin Stadium Att.: 30,020 TV: Pac-12 Networks

SALT LAKE CITY Connor Halliday threw for 417 yards and four touchdowns, including the game-winning score
to Vince Mayle, and Washington State overcame a 17-point halftime deficit to shock Utah 28-27 on Saturday
night. Rain fell steadily throughout but Halliday heated up in the second half, throwing for 267 yards in the final
two quarters and the WSU defense came up with key stops to give the Cougars (2-3, 1-1 Pac-12) a big road
victory. On a drive they started on their own 8, Halliday connected with Mayle in full stride across the middle.
Mayle, who had eight receptions for 120 yards, sped untouched 81 yards for the go-ahead touchdown with 4:58
remaining. On the ensuing possession, the Utes (3-1, 0-1 Pac-12) converted one fourth down on a Devontae
Booker run but Charleston White broke up a long pass to give the ball back to the Cougars at the WSU 49
with 2:30 play. Aided by two timeouts, the Utah defense held and the Cougars punted after consuming just
1:04. Again, White broke up a fourth-down pass intended for receiver Dres Anderson, who didnt have a catch
after compiling 252 in the first three games. In stark contrast to Halliday, Utahs Travis Wilson completed 18 of
38 passes for 165 and consistently overthrew receivers or rifled the ball too hard. Booker rushed 24 times for
178 yards but the Cougars outgained the Utes 495-357. One week after falling just short to No. 2 Oregon (38-31),
the Cougars saved their best for last against the previously unbeaten Utes. On fourth-and-14, Halliday waited
for Williams to clear to the back of the end for a 20-yard touchdown with 8:08 to play. Halliday and his coach,
Mike Leach, who is known for taking risks, scored two TDs on fourth-and-long situations. Jason Fanaika, who
spent much of the game in the WSU backfield, wrestled away a loose ball after it slipped out of Hallidays hands
just before he wound up to throw a pass. Halliday had completed eight straight passes before the rain-soaked
ball squirted up into the air and glanced off the quarterbacks helmet and onto the ground. The Ute offense, on
the other hand, sputtered when the ball wasnt in Bookers hands but moved enough for Andy Phillips to kick a
43-yard field goal with 14:13 remaining to make it 27-14 for Utah but the Utes couldnt get close enough again to
get Phillips a chance at a game-winner. After a fumble recovery by Kache Palacio in the third quarter, Halliday
finally looked like he was in rhythm and marched the Cougars down the field with passes to the right, left and
middle. Halliday hit Mayle on a 11-yard touchdown strike to draw WSU to 24-14. Halliday escaped the Ute rush
on fourth-down-and-9 and lofted a 35-yard touchdown pass to Dom Williams with 6:54 left until halftime. Phillips added a 46-yard field goal with five seconds remaining in the second quarter and the Utes looked to be in
command with a 24-7 lead at halftime. Eric Rowe jumped a quick slant, grabbed a tipped ball for an interception
and returned it 11 yards for Utahs first touchdown of the game with 10:01 left in the first quarter. After stopping
the Cougar offense again, Kaelin Clay shed a tackle near the sideline and then sped across the field and down
the other sideline for a 58-yard TD return. The scintillating run marked his third punt return for a touchdown this
season which ties Steve Smiths record set in 1999. The Utes scored again when Booker scampered 76 yards
for a touchdown and made it 21-0 in the first quarter. 165 and consistently overthrew receivers or rifled the ball
too hard. Booker rushed 24 times for 178 yards but the Cougars outgained the Utes 495-357.

PULLMAN, Wash. Jared Goff threw for 527 yards and five touchdowns as California held on to beat Washington State 60-59 on
Saturday in a game in which WSU quarterback Connor Halliday broke the NCAA passing record. Washington State kicker Quentin
Breshears attempted a 19-yard field goal with 19 seconds remaining and was wide right, preserving the win for California (4-1, 2-1
Pac-12). Halliday threw for 734 yards and six touchdowns for Washington State (2-4, 1-2). Washington State has the nations No.
1 passing attack, while Cals is No. 8, and the teams did not disappoint, combining for 1,400 yards of offense. Goffs 51-yard touchdown pass to Trevor Davis with 3:18 left in the game provided the winning points for California. Halliday broke the NCAA passing
yardage record for all levels, breaking the mark of 716 set by David Klingler of Houston in 1990. Trevor Davis of Cal ran two kickoffs
back for touchdowns in the wild third quarter when the two teams combined to score 56 points. Washington State scored first on
a 90-yard touchdown pass when Halliday threw to a streaking Vince Mayle, who caught the ball over his shoulder at midfield and
outran the Cal defense into the end zone. Breshears kicked a 42-yard field goal to give WSU a 10-0 lead. California was forced to
punt on its first three possessions. But the Golden Bears got on the scoreboard when Goff hit Davis, who broke three tackles to
complete a 27-yard touchdown reception. Washington State replied with an 85-yard drive that ended when Halliday connected with
Isiah Myers on a 16-yard touchdown pass for a 17-7 lead with 10:59 left in the half. Cal marched quickly down the field on its next
possession, but the drive stalled on the WSU 13 and the Golden Bears settled for James Langfords 31-yard field goal to cut WSUs
lead to 17-10. Halliday replied with his third touchdown pass, a 17-yarder to River Cracraft for a 24-10 lead late in the first half. The
drive featured a 30-yard reception by Dom Williams. Washington State turned the ball over on downs with just over a minute to play
in the half. Cals drive stalled at the 8 and Langford kicked a 26-yard field goal to bring the Golden Bears within 24-13 at halftime.
Halliday, the nations passing yardage leader, had 337 yards in the first half on 22-of-29 passing. The third quarter saw an explosion
of offense, with each team scoring four touchdowns. Cals first play of the second half was a 55-yard pass completion from Goff to
Stephen Anderson. Then Daniel Lasco caught a short pass from Goff and ran up the middle for a 27-yard touchdown to cut WSUs
lead to 24-20. After a WSU punt, California took the lead with an 85-yard drive that required only four plays. Goffs 40-yard pass to
Chris Harper put the ball at WSUs 15. Lasco ran the next play in for a touchdown that gave Cal a 27-24 lead with 11:31 left in the
third. But WSU regained the lead on the next series when Halliday threw an 86-yard touchdown strike to a wide-open Cracraft for
a 31-27 lead. Then Washington State recovered an on-side kick and drove to the Cal 1, where Gerard Wicks ran in for a touchdown
and a 38-27 WSU lead. Cals Davis took the ensuing kickoff in the end zone and ran it back 100 yards for a touchdown, cutting the
WSU lead to four points. Halliday threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Myers on WSUs next possession and the Cougars once again
led by 11 points. But Davis again took the ensuing kickoff and ran 96 yards up the right sideline for a touchdown, cutting WSUs lead
to 45-41. Halliday hit Cracraft for a 9-yard touchdown pass and a 52-41 lead. Cal opened the fourth quarter with a 5-yard touchdown
pass from Goff to Bryce Treggs to get within 52-48. Cal went ahead when Goff connected with Treggs on a 21-yard touchdown pass
that put the Golden Bears up 54-52 with 8:34 left in the game. Langfords conversion kick was blocked by Xavier Cooper. Washington
State drove 69 yards in 11 plays on the next possession, with Gerard Wicks running over from the 1 to put the Cougars ahead 5954 with 4:19 left. But California came right back, with Goff throwing a 51-yard touchdown pass to Davis for a 60-59 lead with 3:18
remaining. The Golden Bears attempted a two-point conversion pass that failed. Washington State took over with 3:17 left in the
game and drove to the California 1. Breshears 19-yard field goal attempt was wide right with 19 seconds left..

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Washington State
0 7 7 14
Utah
21 3 0 3
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 10:01 UTAH Rowe, Eric 11 yd interception return (Phillips, Andy kick)

09:01 UTAH Clay, Kaelin 58 yd punt return (Phillips, Andy kick)

05:52 UTAH Booker,Devontae 76 yd run (Phillips, Andy kick)
2nd 06:54 WSU Williams, Dom 35 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

00:05 UTAH Phillips, Andy 46 yd field goal
3rd 06:00 WSU Mayle, Vince 11 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)
4th 14:13 UTAH Phillips, Andy 43 yd field goal

08:08 WSU Williams, Dom 20 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

04:58 WSU Mayle, Vince 81 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

TOTAL
28
27

2-82 0:32
10-71 3:28
7-26 1:23
8-61 3:33
6-17 2:26
12-75 6:05
4-92 1:23

TEAM STATISTICS
WSU UTAH

FIRST DOWNS
27
18
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
25-78
40-192
417
165
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
61-39-2
40-18-0
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 86-495
80-357
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punt Returns-Yards
3-18
2-66
2-48
3-50
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
0-0
2-18
Punts (Number-Avg)
6-38.7
7-45.9
Fumbles-Lost
1-1
1-1
Penalties-Yards
4-40
8-78
Possession Time
34:13
25:47
Third-Down Conversions
10 of 20
7 of 20
Fourth-Down Conversions
2 of 4
1 of 3
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
2-3
0-0
Sacks By: Number-Yards
1-9
3-17
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Washington State-Wicks, Gerard 11-56; Morrow, Jamal 8-48; West, Theron 1-1; TEAM 1-minus 2; Halliday, C. 4-minus
25. Utah-Booker,Devontae 24-178; Poole, Bubba 5-9; Wilson, Travis 10-7; Clay, Kaelin 1-minus 2.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
California
0 13 28 19
Washington State
10 14 28 7

SCORING SUMMARY
1st 09:27 WSU Mayle, Vince 90 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

05:17 WSU Breshears, Q. 42 yd field goal
2nd 14:24 CAL Davis, Trevor 27 yd pass from Goff, Jared (Langford, James kick)

10:59 WSU Myers, Isiah 16 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

08:51 CAL Langford, James 31 yd field goal

05:27 WSU Cracraft, River 17 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

00:00 CAL Langford, James 26 yd field goal
3rd 14:19 CAL Lasco, Daniel 27 yd pass from Goff, Jared (Langford, James kick)

11:31 CAL Lasco, Daniel 15 yd run (Langford, James kick)

10:36 WSU Cracraft, River 86 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

07:37 WSU Wicks, Gerard 1 yd run (Breshears, Q. kick)

07:24 CAL Davis, Trevor 100 yd kickoff return (Langford, James kick)

04:39 WSU Myers, Isiah 9 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

04:25 CAL Davis, Trevor 98 yd kickoff return (Langford, James kick)

02:02 WSU Cracraft, River 9 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)
4th 14:12 CAL Treggs, Bryce 5 yd pass from Goff, Jared (Langford, James kick)

08:34 CAL Treggs, Bryce 21 yd pass from Goff, Jared (Langford, James kick blockd)

04:19 WSU Wicks, Gerard 1 yd run (Breshears, Q. kick)

03:18 CAL Davis, Trevor 51 yd pass from Goff, Jared (Goff, Jared pass failed)

TOTAL
60
59
1-85 0:12
6-20 2:36
9-68 2:11
9-85 3:17
8-63 2:03
8-68 3:22
11-58 1:20
2-82 0:36
4-85 0:51
2-95 0:46
10-55 2:56
7-71 2:38
6-75 2:23
8-63 2:45
10-95 4:01
11-69 4:08
4-65 1:01

TEAM STATISTICS

CAL WSU
FIRST DOWNS
27
33
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
18-62
25-78
PASSING YDS (NET)
527
734
Passes Att-Comp-Int
53-37-0
70-49-0
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 71-589
95-812
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punt Returns-Yards
3-22
1-14
Kickoff Returns-Yards
8-286
8-134
Interception Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punts (Number-Avg)
4-40.2
4-43.2
0-0
0-0
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
8-34
12-121
Possession Time
24:13
35:47
Third-Down Conversions
5 of 12
7 of 15
Fourth-Down Conversions
2 of 2
2 of 3
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
4-4
6-7
Sacks By: Number-Yards
0-0
1-9
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: California-Lasco, Daniel 11-61; Harper, Chris 1-9; Enwere, Vic 2-5; Muhammad, Khalf 2-1; TM 1-minus 5; Goff, Jared
1-minus 9. Washington State-Wicks, Gerard 12-38; Morrow, Jamal 9-19; Halliday, C. 3-17; West, Theron 1-4.

PASSING: Washington State-Halliday, C. 39-61-2-417. Utah-Wilson, Travis 18-38-0-165; Thompson,Kendal 0-2-0-0.

PASSING: California-Goff, Jared 37-53-0-527. Washington State-Halliday, C. 49-70-0-734.

RECEIVING: Washington State-Cracraft, River 9-126; Mayle, Vince 8-120; Galvin, Rickey 5-41; Williams, Dom 4-73; Myers, Isiah
4-27; Morrow, Jamal 3-17; Wicks, Gerard 3-11; Lewis, Robert 2-3; Green, Calvin 1-minus 1. Utah-Scott, Kenneth 7-70;
Clay, Kaelin 5-65; Patrick, Tim 2-23; Tonga, Westlee 2-11; Booker,Devontae 2-minus 4.

RECEIVING: California-Treggs, Bryce 10-120; Harper, Chris 6-92; Lawler, Kenny 6-83; Anderson, Steph 5-95; Lasco, Daniel 5-42;
Davis, Trevor 3-82; Harris, Maurice 2-13. Washington State-Mayle, Vince 11-263; Cracraft, River 11-172; Myers, Isiah
9-96; Morrow, Jamal 6-31; Williams, Dom 5-107; Green, Calvin 3-31; Lewis, Robert 2-33; Wicks, Gerard 1-6; West, Theron
1-minus 5.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington State-None. Utah-Rowe, Eric 1-11; Paul, Gionni 1-7.


FUMBLES: Washington State-Halliday, C. 1-1. Utah-Clay, Kaelin 1-1.
SACKS (UA-A): Washington State-Palacio, Kache 0-1; Allison, J. 0-1. Utah-Fanaika, Jason 2-0; Norris, Jared 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington State-Allison, J. 5-8; Monroe, Darryl 5-6; Brown, Daquawn 5-4; Palacio, Kache 3-5; Lemora, Darius
4-2; Cooper, Xavier 0-5; Paulo, Darryl 3-1; Coen, Cyrus 1-3; Hameed, Sul. 3-0; White, C. 2-1; McLennan, Ivan 0-2; Pole,
Kalaf. 0-2; Galvin, Rickey 1-0; Pritchard, Tana 1-0; Henry, Parker 1-0; Mason, Marcus 0-1; Luvu, Frankie 0-1; Barber, Robert 0-1. Utah-Norris, Jared 6-6; Blechen, Brian 8-2; Williams,Marcus 5-4; Hatfield, Dom. 5-2; Paul, Gionni 5-1; Thomas,
Justin 5-1; Orphey, Davion 3-2; Fanaika, Jason 4-0; Rowe, Eric 2-2; Dominguez,Chase 2-0; Ianu, Sese 1-1; Orchard, Nate
1-1; Lotulelei, Lowe 1-1; Johnson, Chandl 1-0; Phillips, Andy 1-0; S.-Williams,Ma 0-1.

INTERCEPTIONS: California-None. Washington State-None.


FUMBLES: California-None. Washington State-None.
SACKS (UA-A): California-None. Washington State-McLennan, Ivan 0-1; Paulo, Darryl 0-1.
TACKLES (UA-A): California-Allensworth, Da 5-4; Lowe, Michael 6-2; Piatt, Griffin 4-4; Nickerson, Hard 6-1; Dozier, Cedric 6-1;
Barton, Michael 3-4; Walker, Cameron 5-1; Coleman, Caleb 3-1; Downs, Devante 2-2; Wainwright, Art 3-0; Jefferson,
Jale 2-1; Barr, Todd 2-1; Willis, Joel 2-0; Jalil, Mustafa 1-0; Garner, David 1-0; Emesibe, Kenned 1-0; Cheek, Trey 1-0;
McGovern, Bryce 1-0; Scarlett, Brenn 1-0; Kelly, Trevor 0-1; White, Darius 0-1; Kearney, Jake 0-1; Tongilava, Aise 0-1.
Washington State-White, C. 12-0; Taliulu, Taylor 9-3; Brown, Daquawn 5-1; Monroe, Darryl 2-4; Coen, Cyrus 2-2; Pole,
Kalaf. 2-1; Palacio, Kache 1-2; Pelluer, Peyton 0-3; Cooper, Xavier 2-0; West, Theron 2-0; Lemora, Darius 2-0; Allison, J.
1-1; Pritchard, Tana 1-0; Den Bleyker, A. 1-0; Vaeao, Destiny 0-1; McLennan, Ivan 0-1; Paulo, Darryl 0-1.

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2014 SEASON REVIEW

WASHINGTON STATE AT NO. 25 STANFORD

NO. 15 ARIZONA VS. WASHINGTON STATE

Oct. 10, 2014 Stanford Stadium Att.: 44,135 TV: ESPN

Oct. 25, 2014 Martin Stadium Att.: 32,952 TV: Pac-12 Networks

STANFORD, Calif. Kevin Hogan threw for 284 yards and three touchdowns and No. 25 Stanford slowed
down Connor Halliday and the Air Raid offense in a 34-17 victory over Washington State. Greg Taboado
grabbed his first two career TDs and fellow tight end Eric Cotton had his first scoring catch for the Cardinal (4-2, 2-1). A week after Halliday threw for an NCAA-record 734 yards in a 60-59 loss to California, the
nations stingiest scoring defense harassed him all over the backfield. Stanford held Halliday to 42-for-69
passing for 292 yards and two touchdowns, forced one interception and had four sacks. Ty Montgomery
hauled in seven passes for 72 yards, Cotton caught a 39-yard TD pass and Taboado tallied two short
scores from Hogan to give the Cardinal a 24-10 lead. Hogan completed 23 of 35 passes. Stanford improved
to 9-0 after losses under David Shaw and hasnt dropped consecutive games since October 2009. But
penalties and miscues in the red zone cost the Cardinal from taking control - which has been a theme this
season - against a Washington State defense that struggled again. The usually stoic Shaw even broke
out of character a couple of times, though it was often directed at officials, including tossing his headset
while arguing on the sideline for pass interference. He also dropped his hands to his side and shrugged
after fullback Patrick Skov fumbled while trying to stretch the ball over the goal line late in the first half.
Stanford still outgained Washington State 477 to 266 yards - enough to bring a smile out of Tiger Woods on
the sideline - and leaned on its defense to do the rest. The Cardinal entered the game with the countrys
best scoring defense (8.6 points) and ranked second in total defense (232 yards) and passing defense (107
yards) per game. They lived up to the billing again, pressuring Halliday constantly to break up the Cougars
pass-happy schemes. Halliday moved Washington State well, at times, but never found his quick-strike
prowess. He tossed a 9-yard touchdown pass to Vince Mayle in the first quarter and threw across his body
for a 3-yard TD strike to River Cracraft on fourth down to slice Stanfords lead to 24-17 early in the fourth
quarter. Cracraft finished with 14 receptions for 100 yards. Jordan Williamson made two of three field
goals, including a 34-yarder to extend the Cardinals lead to 27-17 with 8:13 left. Quentin Breshears kicked
a 46-yard field goal for Washington State earlier. Remound Wright ran for 98 yards and a TD in the closing
minutes, and Barry Sanders had 68 yards rushing as the Cardinal totaled 193 yards on the ground. The
Cougars had minus-26 yards rushing. Zach Hoffpauir led the Cardinal with 15 tackles. Cougars cornerback
Charleston White was helped off the field several minutes after colliding with teammate Darius Lemora in
the third quarter. Stanford wide receiver Devon Cajuste also stumbled off the field after taking a hard hit.

PULLMAN, Wash. Anu Solomon threw five touchdown passes and No. 15 Arizona beat Washington State
59-37 in a game featuring the top offenses in the Pac-12. The freshman quarterback was 26 of 38 for 294
yards without an interception. Terris Jones-Grigsby added 107 yards rushing for Arizona (6-1, 3-1), which
was coming off an off week after losing to Southern California. Washington State (2-6, 1-4), also off last
week, lost its third straight game. Washington States Connor Halliday, the nations leading passer, completed 56 of 79 passes for 489 yards, with four touchdowns and two interceptions, and became the leading
career passer in school history. Isiah Myers caught two touchdown passes for the Cougars. Washington
State gave up 60 points in a loss to California and 59 points to Arizona in its past two home games. Arizona
scored 24 straight points in the first quarter, including two touchdowns by DaVonte Neal, to win for the
fourth consecutive time in Martin Stadium. Washington State went three-and-out on its first possession
and punted. Neal returned the punt 81 yards for a touchdown, continuing a season-long trend of specialteam failures for the Cougars. Arizona drove 84 yards on its next possession, but had to settle for Casey
Skowrons 31-yard field goal and a 10-0 lead. Neal caught a 2-yard touchdown pass from Solomon to cap
an 80-yard drive on Arizonas next possession for a 17-0 lead with 3:55 left in the first quarter. Washington
State, desperate to generate some offense, turned the ball over on downs on its own 34 on the next possession. Nate Phillips caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from Solomon for a 24-0 lead with 1:11 left in the
first quarter. Solomon completed 15 of 19 passes for 169 yards in the first quarter. Cayleb Jones caught a
3-yard touchdown pass from Solomon, on fourth-and-goal, as Arizona took a 31-0 lead midway through
the second quarter. Washington State finally got on the scoreboard when Halliday hit Myers with a 37yard touchdown pass with 6:36 left in the first half. The play also allowed Halliday to break Alex Brinks
school career passing yards record of 10,913. Halliday fired an 18-yard scoring pass to Myers, completing
a 90-yard drive, with 1:51 left in the first half. The conversion kick failed. Arizona fumbled away the ensuing
kickoff and Cyrus Coen recovered to give WSU the ball on Arizonas 17. The Cougars couldnt move the ball
and settled for Quentin Breshears 40-yard field goal to cut Arizonas lead to 31-16 at halftime. Nick Wilson
ran over from the 2 on the opening drive of the second half to lift Arizona to a 38-16 lead. Austin Hill caught
a 14-yard touchdown pass and Trey Griffey caught a 13-yarder from Solomon later in the third for a 52-16
lead. Gerard Wicks scored on a short run and Vince Mayle and Tyler Baker caught touchdown passes in
the fourth quarter for Washington State. Arizonas Cayleb Jones added a kickoff return for a touchdown
late in the game. Washington State won in Tucson last season, a key victory as the Cougars went to a bowl
game for the first time in a decade. This was Arizonas first visit to Pullman since 2010.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Washington State
7 0 3 7
Stanford
10 7 7 10
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 11:47 STAN Williamson,J 22 yd field goal


09:30 STAN Cotton,E 39 yd pass from Hogan,K (Williamson,J kick)

04:35 WSU Mayle, Vince 9 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)
2nd 11:08 STAN Taboada,G 3 yd pass from Hogan,K (Williamson,J kick)
3rd 07:51 WSU Breshears, Q. 46 yd field goal

03:07 STAN Taboada,G 4 yd pass from Hogan,K (Williamson,J kick)
4th 13:02 WSU Cracraft, River 3 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

08:13 STAN Williamson,J 34 yd field goal

01:38 STAN Wright,R 6 yd run (Williamson,J kick)

TOTAL
17
34
7-59 3:13
3-69 1:09
11-75 4:55
4-16 1:52
14-42 4:45
9-56 4:44
16-75 5:05
11-50 4:41
4-44 0:26

TEAM STATISTICS
WSU STAN

FIRST DOWNS
18
20
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
11--26
33-193
292
284
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
69-42-1
35-23-0
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 80-266
68-477
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punt Returns-Yards
1-12
3-63
3-67
3-71
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
0-0
1-0
Punts (Number-Avg)
8-42.0
4-35.8
Fumbles-Lost
0-0
1-1
Penalties-Yards
10-75
9-80
28:10
31:50
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
5 of 19
4 of 12
Fourth-Down Conversions
4 of 5
0 of 1
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
3-3
5-7
Sacks By: Number-Yards
2-9
4-56
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Washington State-Morrow, Jamal 4-22; Wicks, Gerard 2-9; West, Theron 1-minus 1; Halliday, C. 4-minus 56.
Stanford-Wright,R 14-98; Sanders,B 7-68; McCaffrey,C 3-28; Young,K 1-3; Skov,P 2-2; Team 2-minus 2; Hogan,K
4-minus 4.
PASSING: Washington State-Halliday, C. 42-69-1-292. Stanford-Hogan,K 23-35-0-284.
RECEIVING: Washington State-Cracraft, River 14-100; Myers, Isiah 8-53; Morrow, Jamal 7-30; Mayle, Vince 6-78; West,
Theron 2-12; Lewis, Robert 2-7; Baker, Tyler 1-6; Wicks, Gerard 1-6; Green, Calvin 1-0. Stanford-Montgomery,T
7-72; Rector,M 2-65; McCaffrey,C 2-25; Trojan,J 2-20; Cajuste,D 2-20; Taboada,G 2-7; Cotton,E 1-39; Hooper,A 1-13;
Owusu,F 1-12; Sanders,B 1-5; Young,K 1-3; Wright,R 1-3.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Arizona
24 7 21 7
Washington State
0 16 0 21
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 13:54 ARIZ Neal, D. 81 yd punt return (Skowron, C. kick)

08:28 ARIZ Skowron, C. 31 yd field goal

03:55 ARIZ Neal, D. 2 yd pass from Solomon, A. (Skowron, C. kick)

01:11 ARIZ Phillips, N. 21 yd pass from Solomon, A. (Skowron, C. kick)
2nd 08:56 ARIZ Jones, C. 3 yd pass from Solomon, A. (Skowron, C. kick)

06:36 WSU Myers, Isiah 37 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

01:51 WSU Myers, Isiah 18 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick failed)

00:19 WSU Breshears, Q. 40 yd field goal
3rd 13:37 ARIZ Wilson, N. 2 yd run (Skowron, C. kick)

10:12 ARIZ Hill, A. 14 yd pass from Solomon, A. (Skowron, C. kick)

01:06 ARIZ Griffey, T. 13 yd pass from Solomon, A. (Skowron, C. kick)
4th 11:26 WSU Wicks, Gerard 1 yd run (Breshears, Q. kick)

06:15 WSU Mayle, Vince 8 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

06:09 ARIZ Jones, C. 44 yd kickoff return (Skowron, C. kick)

00:16 WSU Baker, Tyler 8 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Breshears, Q. kick)

TEAM STATISTICS
ARIZ WSU

25
33
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
36-157
20-54
PASSING YDS (NET)
294
489
38-26-0
79-56-2
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-451
99-543
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
1-11
Punt Returns-Yards
2-80
1-19
Kickoff Returns-Yards
5-97
4-87
2-0
0-0
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
4-49.0
4-50.8
Fumbles-Lost
1-1
3-0
Penalties-Yards
8-89
11-85
25:36
34:24
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
7 of 13
7 of 18
1 of 1
1 of 4
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
6-6
5-6
Sacks By: Number-Yards
4-25
1-3

TOTAL
59
37

13-84 3:58
10-80 2:42
5-34 1:10
12-68 3:58
7-60 2:13
9-90 3:26
4--6 1:22
6-61 1:13
7-77 2:06
6-54 2:14
12-75 4:40
11-80 2:58
7-65 1:39

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Arizona-Jones-Grigsby 13-107; Solomon, A. 9-31; Wilson, N. 10-18; Green, Z. 2-5; Team 2-minus 4. Washington
State-Morrow, Jamal 6-48; Wicks, Gerard 9-17; Halliday, C. 5-minus 11.
PASSING: Arizona-Solomon, A. 26-38-0-294. Washington State-Halliday, C. 56-79-2-489.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington State-None. Stanford-Martinez,B 1-0.

RECEIVING: Arizona-Jones, C. 7-78; Hill, A. 4-63; Grant, S. 4-57; Neal, D. 3-29; Phillips, N. 2-26; Wilson, N. 2-7; Jones-Grigsby
1-15; Griffey, T. 1-13; Haden, J. 1-3; Johnson, T. 1-3. Washington State-Mayle, Vince 14-145; Morrow, Jamal 11-70;
Williams, Dom 7-40; Myers, Isiah 6-95; Wicks, Gerard 5-15; Baker, Tyler 4-59; Lewis, Robert 4-25; Galvin, Rickey
3-18; Cracraft, River 2-22.

FUMBLES: Washington State-None. Stanford-Skov,P 1-1.

INTERCEPTIONS: Arizona-Parks, W. 1-0; Denson, C. 1-0. Washington State-None.

SACKS (UA-A): Washington State-Allison, J. 1-0; Paulo, Darryl 0-1; Monroe, Darryl 0-1. Stanford-Anderson,H 1-0;
Kalambayi,P 0-1; Tarpley,AJ 1-0; Parry,D 1-0; Shittu,A 0-1.

FUMBLES: Arizona-Baker, J. 1-1. Washington State-Halliday, C. 3-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Washington State-Lemora, Darius 8-1; Allison, J. 7-2; Pelluer, Peyton 3-5; Taliulu, Taylor 5-1; Brown,
Daquawn 5-0; Monroe, Darryl 4-1; Green, Calvin 3-1; Hameed, Sul. 3-1; White, C. 2-1; Coen, Cyrus 2-1; Porter, Pat
2-0; Vaeao, Destiny 2-0; Cooper, Xavier 1-1; Ekuale, Daniel 1-0; Myers, Isiah 1-0; Paulo, Darryl 0-1. StanfordHoffpauir,Z 8-7; Tarpley,AJ 7-1; Martinez,B 4-4; Richards,J 4-3; Olugbode,K 3-4; Carter,A 3-1; Alexander,T 3-1;
Lyons,W 0-3; Anderson,H 2-0; Davis,N 1-1; Harris,R 0-2; Palma,K 1-0; Williamson,J 1-0; Parry,D 1-0; Flacco,J 1-0;
Shittu,A 0-1; Vaughters,J 0-1; Kalambayi,P 0-1.

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SACKS (UA-A): Arizona-Wright III, S. 3-0; Tevis, J. 1-0. Washington State-Allison, J. 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Arizona-Tevis, J. 9-4; Grandon, J. 8-2; Wright III, S. 8-0; Allah, J. 5-3; Denson, C. 6-1; McKnight, J. 6-1; Lopez, A. 3-4; Turituri, D. 3-2; Parks, W. 3-2; Bondurant, T. 3-0; Murphy, B. 3-0; McCall Jr., J. 1-2; Brady, B. 1-0; Gilbert,
R. 1-0; Holiday, D. 1-0; Wood, T. 1-0; Jackson, J. 1-0; Skowron, C. 0-1; Griffey, T. 0-1; Jones, Tel. 0-1; Jackson, S.
0-1; Haden, J. 0-1. Washington State-Palacio, Kache 7-3; Allison, J. 7-1; Porter, Pat 6-0; Monroe, Darryl 5-1; Glover,
Beau 4-1; Coen, Cyrus 4-0; Taliulu, Taylor 4-0; Cooper, Xavier 2-1; Brown, Daquawn 1-1; Taylor, Paris 1-0; Pelluer,
Peyton 1-0; Mayle, Vince 1-0; Ekuale, Daniel 1-0; Hanser, Dylan 1-0; Powell, Erik 1-0; Griffin, Kevin 1-0; Hameed,
Sul. 1-0; Luvu, Frankie 1-0; McLennan, Ivan 1-0.

2014 SEASON REVIEW

USC AT WASHINGTON STATE

WASHINGTON STATE AT OREGON STATE

NOV. 1, 2014 Martin Stadium Att.: 25,012 TV: Pac-12 Networks

NOV. 8, 2014 Reser Stadium Att.: 44,377 TV: Pac-12 Networks

PULLMAN, Wash. Cody Kessler threw for 400 yards and five touchdowns and Southern California beat
Washington State 44-17 in rainy, foggy conditions. JuJu Smith caught three touchdown passes for Southern California (6-3, 5-2 Pac-12), which became eligible for postseason play. Nelson Agholor caught eight
passes for 220 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns. Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday,
the nations passing yardage leader, was knocked out of the game in the first quarter with an unspecified
injury and did not return. Washington State (2-7, 1-5) does not publicly discuss injuries. Freshman Luke Falk
replaced Halliday. He threw for 370 yards and two touchdowns. Southern Cal had 527 yards of total offense
to 442 for Washington State. Kessler completed 21 of 32 passes. Special teams have been a problem for
Washington State all season, and they broke down again early for the Cougars, who went three-and-out
on their first possession. Agholor took the ensuing punt and ran untouched through the WSU team for a 65yard touchdown return and a 7-0 lead with 12:13 left in the first quarter. It was Agholors fourth kick return
for a touchdown, a USC record. Halliday was intercepted on the next series by Hayes Pullard, who ran the
ball down to the WSU 19. Kessler hit Smith on a 22-yard touchdown pass to put USC up 14-0 with 10:33 left
in the first quarter. Halliday was injured on the next series, when two players appeared to fall onto him
after he threw a pass. He was driven off the field in a cart while strapped to a stretcher. Falk, a walk-on,
came in for his first extensive action of the season. Andre Heidari booted a 37-yard field goal to give USC a
17-0 lead early in the second quarter. Washington State, with Halliday out, punted on its next four possessions, and then turned the ball over on downs on the fifth. Starting at the WSU 36, Kessler threw 14-yard
pass to Agholor and then a 22-yard touchdown pass to Smith, for a 24-0 lead. Washington State finally got
on the scoreboard late in the first half when Falk hit Robert Lewis with a 9-yard touchdown pass, capping
an 81-yard drive, to cut USCs lead to 24-7 at halftime. The Cougars scored the first points of the second
half when Quentin Breshears kicked a 27-yard field goal to cut USCs lead to 24-10 with 6:10 left in the third
quarter. The kick came after WSU drove to the Trojan 9-yard line. But the Trojans came right back, as Kessler hit a wide open Agholor at midfield and the receiver completed an 87-yard touchdown play for a 31-10
lead. Smith added a 7-yard touchdown reception from Kessler late in the third. Kessler threw a touchdown
pass to Steven Mitchell in the fourth. For WSU, Falk threw a late touchdown pass to Isiah Myers. Halliday,
a senior, holds the NCAA single-game record for yards passing (734), set this year against California, plus
a slew of school records. Tailback Javorius Allen of USC, who leads the Pac-12 in rushing, rushed for at
least 100 yards for the sixth straight game, totaling 114 on 19 carries.

CORVALLIS, Ore. Redshirt-freshman Luke Falk made his first start and threw for 471 yards and five touchdowns and Washington State snapped a four-game losing streak with a 39-32 victory over Oregon State.
Tyler Baker caught nine passes for 113 yards and a touchdown for the Cougars (3-7, 2-5 Pac-12) who also
snapped a three-game losing streak to the Beavers (4-5, 1-5). Sean Mannion, who set the Pac-12 all-time
record for passing yards last weekend in a loss to California, threw for 419 yards and a touchdown. Garrett
Owens added four field goals for the Beavers, who have lost four straight. Falk was making his first start for
the Cougars in place of senior Connor Halliday, who broke his ankle last weekend in the first quarter of the
Cougars 44-17 loss to USC. Falk was poised and confident from the start against the Beavers, throwing for
251 yards and three touchdowns in the first half alone in coach Mike Leachs Air Raid offense. Going into the
game the Beavers had allowed just seven touchdown receptions over the season, and their pass defense
ranked second in the conference behind Stanford. The Beavers scored on their first series, a 75-yard, fourplay drive capped by Mannions 14-yard touchdown pass to Connor Hamlett. The Cougars had a chance
to close the gap but Quentin Br eshears 31-yard field goal attempt went wide left. Oregon States Garrett
Owens made a 24-yard field goal on the other end to make it 10-0. Falk found Isiah Myers in the end zone
with 5-yard scoring pass before end of the first quarter. He put the Cougars in front early in the second with a
21-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Baker. Owens made a 37-yard field goal for the Beavers to cut Washington
States lead to 14-13 but Falk threw a 48-yard touchdown pass to Vince Mayle to extend the Cougars lead.
It was Mayles 83rd reception of the season, a school record. Owens hit again on a 44-yard field goal, narrowing Washington States lead to 21-16 at halftime. Breshears opened the second half with a 32-yard field
goal to extend the lead but the Beavers running game finally awoke after gaining just 11 yards in the first half
and scored on Terron Wards 1-yard touchdown run. The pass failed on the conversion but Oregon State still
narrowed it to 24-22. It appeared that the Beavers had taken over the lead on Mannions 38-yard pass play to
Victor Bolden, but it was called back by offensive holding on Hunter Jarmon. Oregon State settled for Owens
46-yard field goal for a 25-24 lead. Falk answered by efficiently marching the Cougars downfield, capping the
drive with an 18-yard touchdown scoring pass on the run to Dom Williams. After the conversion, Washington
State led 32-25 with 11:01 left. Falk hit Robert Lewis with a 9-yard touchdown pass with 5:57 left before the
Beavers answered with another 1-yard scoring run for Ward for the final margin.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
USC
14 10 13 7
Washington State
0 7 3 7

TOTAL
44
17

SCORING SUMMARY
1st 12:13 USC Agholor, Nelson 65 yd punt return (Heidari, Andre kick)

10:33 USC Smith, JuJu 22 yd pass from Kessler, Cody (Heidari, Andre kick)
2nd 10:37 USC Heidari, Andre 37 yd field goal

06:13 USC Smith, JuJu 22 yd pass from Kessler, Cody (Heidari, Andre kick)

01:33 WSU Lewis, Robert 9 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick)
3rd 06:10 WSU Breshears, Q. 27 yd field goal

05:51 USC Agholor, Nelson 87 yd pass from Kessler, Cody (Heidari, Andre kick)

01:33 USC Smith, JuJu 7 yd pass from Kessler, Cody (Heidari, Andre kick failed)
4th 12:18 USC Mitchell, Steve 5 yd pass from Kessler, Cody (Heidari, Andre kick)

05:30 WSU Myers, Isiah 12 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick)

3-19 0:41
5-49 1:14
2-36 0:17
11-81 4:32
12-74 3:44
2-87 0:17
8-72 2:54
5-70 1:39
4-7 1:52

TEAM STATISTICS

USC WSU
21
23
FIRST DOWNS
32-127
26-34
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
400
386
Passes Att-Comp-Int
32-21-0
66-44-2
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-527
92-420
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
2-71
0-0
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
3-67
6-117
Interception Returns-Yards
2-41
0-0
Punts (Number-Avg)
6-38.2
7-40.4
Fumbles-Lost
2-1
2-1
7-70
5-48
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
23:30
36:30
Third-Down Conversions
2 of 11
7 of 20
Fourth-Down Conversions
1 of 2
2 of 4
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
4-5
3-5
Sacks By: Number-Yards
3-20
3-19
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: USC-Allen, Javorius 19-114; Davis, Justin 9-44; TEAM 1-minus 12; Kessler, Cody 3-minus 19. Washington StateWest, Theron 9-41; Morrow, Jamal 7-6; Falk, Luke 10-minus 13.
PASSING: USC-Kessler, Cody 21-32-0-400. Washington State-Falk, Luke 38-57-1-346; Halliday, C. 6-9-1-40.
RECEIVING: USC-Agholor, Nelson 8-220; Smith, JuJu 6-74; Farmer, George 3-61; Mitchell, Steve 2-28; Allen, Javorius 1-18;
Davis, Justin 1-minus 1. Washington State-Baker, Tyler 9-89; Mayle, Vince 9-83; West, Theron 7-67; Morrow,
Jamal 6-26; Lewis, Robert 5-50; Galvin, Rickey 3-34; Williams, Dom 3-17; Myers, Isiah 2-20.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Washington State
7 14 3 15
Oregon State
10
6 6 10 32
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 13:17 OSU Hamlett, Connor 14 yd pass from Mannion, Sean (Owens, Garrett kick)

05:50 OSU Owens, Garrett 24 yd field goal

01:19 WSU Myers, Isiah 5 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick)
2nd 12:21 WSU Baker, Tyler 21 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick)

01:52 OSU Owens, Garrett 37 yd field goal

01:15 WSU Mayle, Vince 48 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick)

00:04 OSU Owens, Garrett 44 yd field goal
3rd 10:38 WSU Breshears, Q. 32 yd field goal
13-62 4:16

06:41 OSU Ward, Terron 1 yd run (Mannion, Sean pass failed)
4th 14:15 OSU Owens, Garrett 46 yd field goal

11:01 WSU Williams, Dom 18 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Galvin, Rickey pass from Falk, Luke)

05:57 WSU Lewis, Robert 9 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick)

03:00 OSU Ward, Terron 1 yd run (Owens, Garrett kick)

TOTAL
39

4-75 1:43
8-73 3:15
10-75 4:31
7-79 2:39
10-56 5:32
4-70 0:36
7-25 1:03
8-80 3:57
7-43 2:51
10-70 3:06
6-52 2:06
11-75 2:49

TEAM STATISTICS
WSU OSU

33
23
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
22-35
24-37
PASSING YDS (NET)
471
419
61-44-0
41-31-0
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 83-506
65-456
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punt Returns-Yards
2--1
1-2
Kickoff Returns-Yards
6-100
5-108
0-0
0-0
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
2-44.0
4-42.0
Fumbles-Lost
0-0
1-0
Penalties-Yards
5-51
10-100
Possession Time
31:18
28:42
Third-Down Conversions
8 of 13
4 of 12
0 of 1
0 of 0
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
4-5
5-5
Sacks By: Number-Yards
4-38
4-19
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Washington State-Morrow, Jamal 9-46; Mason, Marcus 4-2; TEAM 1-minus 2; Falk, Luke 8-minus 11. Oregon StateWard, Terron 11-49; Brown, Chris 5-24; Hawkins, Xavier 1-13; Bolden, Victor 1-0; Mannion, Sean 6-minus 49.
PASSING: Washington State-Falk, Luke 44-61-0-471. Oregon State-Mannion, Sean 31-41-0-419.

INTERCEPTIONS: USC-McQuay III, Leo 1-22; Pullard, Hayes 1-19. Washington State-None.

RECEIVING: Washington State-Baker, Tyler 9-113; Morrow, Jamal 9-51; Myers, Isiah 7-53; Mayle, Vince 6-143; Lewis, Robert
6-55; Galvin, Rickey 4-31; Williams, Dom 1-18; Thompson, John 1-5; Mason, Marcus 1-2. Oregon State-Bolden, Victor
10-126; Villamin, J. 5-84; Ward, Terron 5-33; Hamlett, Connor 3-43; Jarmon, Hunter 2-48; Brown, Chris 2-21; Smith,
Caleb 2-12; Dockery, Rahmel 1-49; Ortiz, Ricky 1-3.

FUMBLES: USC-Allen, Javorius 1-1; TEAM 1-0. Washington State-Falk, Luke 2-1.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington State-None. Oregon State-None.

SACKS (UA-A): USC-Townsend Jr., G 1-0; Simmons, Delvon 1-0; Burks, Charles 1-0. Washington State-Vaeao, Destiny 1-0;
Palacio, Kache 1-0; Allison, J. 1-0.

FUMBLES: Washington State-None. Oregon State-Mannion, Sean 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): USC-Pullard, Hayes 9-0; Jackson, Adoree 8-0; Seymour, Kevon 5-2; McQuay III, Leo 5-0; Sarao, Anthony
4-1; Cravens, Sua 4-0; Felix, Scott 3-0; Williams, Leona 3-0; Dillard, Ryan 3-0; Lopes, Matt 3-0; Pelon, Claude 2-0;
Hawkins, Chris 2-0; Hutchings, Mich 1-1; Powell, Quinton 1-1; Burks, Charles 1-0; Simmons, Delvon 1-0; Bowman,
Gerald 1-0; Tucker, Olajuwo 1-0; Townsend Jr., G 1-0; Foy, Joel 1-0; Woods, Antwaun 1-0; Nwosu, Uchenna 0-1.
Washington State-Lemora, Darius 7-3; Brown, Daquawn 5-2; Allison, J. 6-0; Pelluer, Peyton 4-1; Taliulu, Taylor 3-1;
Monroe, Darryl 3-0; Coen, Cyrus 3-0; Palacio, Kache 2-1; Henry, Parker 2-0; Cooper, Xavier 2-0; Pole, Kalaf. 1-1;
Peterson, M. 1-0; Vaeao, Destiny 1-0; Galvin, Rickey 1-0; Morrow, Jamal 1-0; Hameed, Sul. 1-0; Griffin, Kevin 1-0;
Paulo, Darryl 1-0; Porter, Pat 1-0; Pritchard, Tana 0-1.

SACKS (UA-A): Washington State-Palacio, Kache 2-0; Allison, J. 1-0; Cooper, Xavier 1-0. Oregon State-James, Jaswha 1-0;
Hautau, Siale 1-0; Delva, Bud 1-0; Alexander, D.J. 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington State-Allison, J. 7-5; Coen, Cyrus 5-4; Brown, Daquawn 5-2; Lemora, Darius 5-2; Palacio,
Kache 3-2; Taliulu, Taylor 3-2; White, C. 4-0; Pelluer, Peyton 2-2; Monroe, Darryl 2-1; Paulo, Darryl 1-2; Hameed, Sul.
1-1; Powell, Erik 0-2; Ekuale, Daniel 1-0; Roach, Willie 1-0; Henry, Parker 1-0; Cooper, Xavier 1-0; Vaeao, Destiny 0-1;
Dascalo, Jordan 0-1; Teglovic,Colton 0-1. Oregon State-Zimmerman, Ty 9-3; Murphy, Ryan 7-3; Strong, Justin 5-5;
Alexander, D.J. 4-3; Nelson, Steven 2-4; Wynn, Dylan 3-2; Noland-Lewis, C 2-2; Gwacham, Obum 1-3; Brown, Chris
2-1; Doctor, Michael 1-2; Hautau, Siale 1-2; Scott, Larry 0-3; Saulo, Caleb 1-1; James, Jaswha 1-1; Delva, Bud 1-1;
Marable, M. 1-0; Johnson, Jabral 0-1; Ortiz, Ricky 0-1; Anderson, Tyler 0-1; Barnett, L. 0-1.

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2014 SEASON REVIEW

WASHINGTON STATE AT NO. 13 ARIZONA STATE

WASHINGTON AT WASHINGTON STATE

NOV. 22, 2014 Sun Devil Stadium Att.: 51,428 TV: Pac-12 Networks

NOV. 29, 2014 Martin Stadium Att.: 32,952 TV: FOX Sports 1

TEMPE, Ariz. After a sluggish start, Taylor Kelly made his last home game a fine one. The Arizona State
senior, coming off a subpar performance in an upset loss at Oregon State, threw for four touchdowns and
the No. 13 Sun Devils dominated the second half for a 52-31 victory over Washington State. D.J. Foster
rushed for three scores and Arizona State converted all five Cougars turnovers into touchdowns. Arizona
States Cameron Smith caught six passes for a career-best 131 yards and two touchdowns for the Sun
Devils (9-2, 6-2 Pac-12), who can still win the Pac-12 South title, with some help. Redshirt freshman Luke
Falk, in his second start after Connor Halliday went down with a season-ending injury, passed for 601 yards
for Washington State (-38, 2-6) but was intercepted four times and fumbled the ball away once. Vince Mayle caught 15 for 252 yards. Sun Devils defensive end Marcus Hardison had an interception, forced fumble
and sack. Arizona State was without standout wide receiver Jaelen Strong, who sustained a concussion
last week. Washington State led 21-7 in the second quarter and 24-21 at the half. The Sun Devils, also 13th
in the College Football Playoff rankings, scored 31 straight points in the second half before the Cougars
managed a touchdown with 24 seconds to play. Arizona State started slowly with six three-and-outs in its
first seven possessions but scored two touchdowns in a 41-second span to tie it at 21-21 with 2:31 left in
the half. Washington State marched quickly downfield, though, and Quentin Breshears 27-yard field goal
as time expired gave the Cougars a 24-21 halftime lead. The Sun Devils hopes for a college playoff spot
were dashed a week earlier in a loss at Oregon State, and Taylor had a subpar performance in that game.
Hes not played to his usual level since returning from foot surgery. But he launched a perfect 67-yard yard
third-period pass to Smith, Taylors longest completion of the season. It set up Fosters 1-yard touchdown
run and the Sun Devils took the lead for good, 28-24. Hardison hit Falk hard and the young quarterback
fumbled. Latu Viliami picked the ball up and rambled 51 yards to the Washington State 18. Foster ran 18
yards for the score on the next play. The Cougars turned it over again. Salamo Fiso intercepting at the
Washington State 38. Seven plays later, Kelly threw five yards to Smith for the touchdown. Taylors final
touchdown pass came after the Cougars turned it over on downs.

PULLMAN, Wash. Dwayne Washington rushed for 135 yards and touchdown runs of 51 and 60 yards, and
Washington retained the Apple Cup with a 31-13 win over Washington State. Washington continued his
late-season touchdown binge and reached the 100-yard mark for the third straight game. Washington had
touchdown runs of 68 yards against Oregon State and 66 yards against Arizona and closed the season with
six touchdowns rushing in his final four games. Washington State quarterback Luke Falk threw two interceptions and Vince Mayle had a costly fumble late in the second quarter. The Cougars (3-9, 2-7) were shut
out in the first half for the first time in 26 games. The Huskies were on the verge of shutting out Washington
State in Pullman for the first time since 1935 before Falk found Dom Williams on a 35-yard touchdown with
9:55 left. It avoided Mike Leach being shutout for the first time in his career as a head coach. The Huskies
romp snapped a string of close contests played on the Cougars home field. The previous six Apple Cups
played in Pullman had been decided by seven points or less. Washington QB Cyler Miles was 25 of 39 for
249 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He found Kasen Williams on a 6-yard TD reception late in the second
quarter for a 14-0 halftime lead and added an 18-yard TD pass to Joshua Perkins early in the fourth quarter.
Williams TD was just his second since the 2013 season opener and came in his final regular season game
for the Huskies. Dwayne Washingtons two long TD runs both came on the Huskies second offensive play
of each half. The Huskies had eight offensive touchdowns of 35 or more yards in their final three games.
The 107th meeting between the rivals was the coldest on record with a temperature of 19 degrees for the
7:30 p.m. PST kickoff. And nothing came easy for Washington States passing game that had been so potent all season. The Huskies were able to fluster Falk by rushing just four defensive linemen and dropping
the rest into coverage making it a struggle to find open receivers downfield. Falk threw for 355 yards - most
after the game was decided - and was intercepted by John Ross III in the closing seconds of the second
quarter and by Kevin King in the third quarter. Washington entered the game No. 2 in the nation in sacks
and got to Falk four times. The Huskies consistent pressure without needing to blitz was the bigger impact.
Washington State was shutout in the first half for the first time since Nov. 17, 2012 at Arizona State, a 46-7
loss. It wasnt for a lack of opportunities. The Cougars outgained the Huskies 183-167 in the first half, but
three times failed to convert on fourth-down in Washington territory. The Cougars gave up possession
at the Washington 42, 19 and 32 on their first three possessions. Falk appeared to hit Williams on for a
19-yard touchdown on Washington States second possession but Budda Baker separated Williams from
the ball. Washington State got a rare turnover when Cyrus Coen intercepted Miles early in the second
quarter, the Cougars first interception since Sept. 13 against Portland State. But Mayles fumble late in
the second quarter at the Cougars 27 led to Williams catching a fade pass with 50 seconds left in the half
and a 14-0 Washington lead.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Washington State
7 17 0 7
Arizona State
0 21 7 24
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 02:45 WSU Falk, Luke 1 yd run (Breshears, Q. kick)
2nd 14:52 ASU Foster, D.J. 17 yd run (Gonzalez,Zane kick)

10:03 WSU Galvin, Rickey 1 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick) 11-75 4:49

04:52 WSU Myers, Isiah 20 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick) 6-80 2:14

03:12 ASU Smith, Cameron 42 yd pass from Kelly, Taylor (Gonzalez,Zane kick)

02:31 ASU Gammage, Fred 10 yd pass from Kelly, Taylor (Gonzalez,Zane kick)

00:00 WSU Breshears, Q. 27 yd field goal
3rd 06:24 ASU Foster, D.J. 1 yd run (Gonzalez,Zane kick)
4th 14:18 ASU Gonzalez,Zane 47 yd field goal

11:45 ASU Foster, D.J. 18 yd run (Gonzalez,Zane kick)

08:55 ASU Smith, Cameron 5 yd pass from Kelly, Taylor (Gonzalez,Zane kick)

03:19 ASU Kohl, Kody 6 yd pass from Kelly, Taylor (Gonzalez,Zane kick) 7-30 4:12

00:24 WSU Williams, Dom 2 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick) 11-75 2:55

TOTAL
31
52
10-53 3:14
4-62 1:04
5-76 1:33
2-13 0:34
8-65 2:31
4-70 1:38
8-40 3:29
1-18 0:05
7-38 2:10

TEAM STATISTICS
WSU ASU

30
16
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
24-21
36-98
PASSING YDS (NET)
601
232
76-45-4
25-15-0
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 100-622
61-330
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
1-51
Punt Returns-Yards
1--3
1-0
Kickoff Returns-Yards
3-46
4-86
0-0
4-26
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
4-37.5
7-52.9
Fumbles-Lost
2-1
2-0
Penalties-Yards
7-49
5-25
Possession Time
35:50
24:10
8 of 18
6 of 14
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
3 of 5
0 of 0
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
5-5
6-6
Sacks By: Number-Yards
5-30
6-44
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Washington State-Morrow, Jamal 10-37; Mason, Marcus 1-5; Dascalo, Jordan 1-3; West, Theron 2-1; Falk,
Luke 10-minus 25. Arizona State-Foster, D.J. 15-96; Lewis, Deantre 8-24; Gammage, Fred 1-5; Richard,Demario 2-2;
Ballage, Kalen 1-0; Kelly, Taylor 9-minus 29.
PASSING: Washington State-Falk, Luke 45-74-4-601; TEAM 0-2-0-0. Arizona State-Kelly, Taylor 15-25-0-232.
RECEIVING: Washington State-Mayle, Vince 15-252; Myers, Isiah 7-111; Williams, Dom 5-36; Morrow, Jamal 4-58; Galvin,
Rickey 4-43; Baker, Tyler 4-41; Cracraft, River 4-33; Lewis, Robert 1-25; West, Theron 1-2. Arizona State-Smith,
Cameron 6-131; Foster, D.J. 5-59; Lewis, Deantre 1-20; Gammage, Fred 1-10; Nelson, D. 1-6; Kohl, Kody 1-6.
INTERCEPTIONS: Washington State-None. Arizona State-Fiso, Salamo 1-14; Hardison,Marcus 1-12; Brown,Kweishi 1-0;
Randall, D. 1-0.
FUMBLES: Washington State-Falk, Luke 2-1. Arizona State-Middlebrooks, K 2-0.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2 3 4
Washington
7 7 10 7
Washington State
0 0 0 13
SCORING SUMMARY
1st 12:24 WASH Washington, Dw. 51 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick)
2nd 00:50 WASH Williams, Kasen 6 yd pass from Miles, Cyler (Van Winkle, C. kick),
3rd 14:15 WASH Washington, Dw. 60 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick)

03:07 WASH Van Winkle, C. 18 yd field goal
4th 12:30 WASH Perkins, Joshua 18 yd pass from Miles, Cyler (Van Winkle, C. kick)

09:55 WSU Williams, Dom 35 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Breshears, Q. kick) 7-65 2:35

01:00 WSU Cracraft, River 6 yd pass from Falk, Luke (Falk, Luke pass failed)

TOTAL
31
13
2-58 0:36
5-27 0:46
2-64 0:40
15-64 6:11
10-85 3:59
9-69 2:44

TEAM STATISTICS
WASH WSU

22
20
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
37-188
18-21
PASSING YDS (NET) 249
355
Passes Att-Comp-Int 41-25-1
49-27-2
67-376
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 78-437
Fumble Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Punt Returns-Yards
0-0
0-0
Kickoff Returns-Yards
2-13
3-47
Interception Returns-Yards
2-0
1-10
4-37.0
Punts (Number-Avg) 4-43.0
Fumbles-Lost
0-0
1-1
Penalties-Yards
7-60
9-70
Possession Time
32:28
26:32
Third-Down Conversions
8 of 17
1 of 10
Fourth-Down Conversions
1 of 3
2 of 5
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
3-3
1-2
Sacks By: Number-Yards
4-34
1-10
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Washington-Washington, Dw. 16-135; Coleman, Lavon 9-27; Miles, Cyler 4-14; Cooper, Deontae 4-13; Mickens,
Jaydon 1-2; Taylor, Kendyl 1-minus 1; TM 2-minus 2. Washington State-Wicks, Gerard 5-22; West, Theron 3-15;
Morrow, Jamal 2-5; Falk, Luke 8-minus 21.
PASSING: Washington-Miles, Cyler 25-39-1-249; Lindquist, Jeff 0-2-0-0. Washington State-Falk, Luke 27-49-2-355.
RECEIVING: Washington-Mickens, Jaydon 5-51; Taylor, Kendyl 5-18; Perkins, Joshua 3-51; Washington, Dw. 3-27; Williams,
Kasen 3-25; Pettis, Dante 2-47; Lenius, Brayden 2-8; Hartvigson, M. 1-13; Hall, Marvin 1-9. Washington StateMayle, Vince 5-79; Lewis, Robert 5-52; West, Theron 4-30; Myers, Isiah 3-66; Williams, Dom 3-49; Cracraft, River
3-40; Galvin, Rickey 3-39; Wicks, Gerard 1-0.
INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-King, Kevin 1-0; Ross, John 1-0. Washington State-Coen, Cyrus 1-10.

SACKS (UA-A): Washington State-Palacio, Kache 1-0; Ekuale, Daniel 1-0; McLennan, Ivan 1-0; Vaeao, Destiny 1-0; Cooper,
Xavier 1-0. Arizona State-Hardison,Marcus 2-0; Smallwood,T. 1-0; Fiso, Salamo 1-0; Calhoun, DJ 1-0; Latu, Viliami
1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington State-Palacio, Kache 5-0; Allison, J. 4-0; Brown, Daquawn 4-0; Taliulu, Taylor 3-1; Pelluer,
Peyton 3-1; Cooper, Xavier 3-1; Pippins, Mar. 3-0; McLennan, Ivan 3-0; Vaeao, Destiny 3-0; Monroe, Darryl 3-0;
White, C. 2-0; Lemora, Darius 2-0; Coen, Cyrus 2-0; Ekuale, Daniel 2-0; Sorenson, Riley 1-1; Teglovic,Colton 1-0;
Henry, Parker 1-0; Luvu, Frankie 1-0; Paulo, Darryl 1-0; Falk, Luke 1-0; Taylor, Paris 0-1; Mayle, Vince 0-1. Arizona
State-Randall, D. 9-2; Moeakiola,Laiu 8-0; Carrington, L. 4-3; Longino,Antonio 4-3; Brown,Kweishi 5-0; Simone,
Jordan 5-0; Fiso, Salamo 4-1; Perry,Armand 3-0; Calhoun, DJ 3-0; Smallwood,T. 3-0; Hardison,Marcus 2-1; Johnson,
James 1-2; Latu, Viliami 2-0; Thompson,Matt 1-0; Fraboni, M. 1-0; Boateng,Edmond 1-0; Lewis, Ronald 1-0;
Sam,Christian 1-0; Garoutte, Alex 1-0; Crawford, Paul 1-0; Scott,Deandre 1-0.

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FUMBLES: Washington-None. Washington State-Mayle, Vince 1-1.


SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Hudson, Andrew 1-1; Shelton, Danny 0-1; Mathis, Joe 1-0; Kikaha, Hauoli 0-1; Hudson, Evan
0-1. Washington State-Pelluer, Peyton 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Timu, John 5-2; Baker, Budda 4-3; Hudson, Andrew 3-2; Thompson, Shaq 2-3; King, Kevin
3-1; Kikaha, Hauoli 2-2; Shelton, Danny 0-4; Hudson, Evan 2-1; Ross, John 2-1; Victor, Azeem 2-0; Beaver, Brandon
1-1; Feeney, Travis 1-1; Gardenhire, D. 1-0; Daniels,Darrell 1-0; Bierria, K. 1-0; Williams, Troy 1-0; Perkins, Joshua
1-0; Jones, Sidney 1-0; Mathis, Joe 1-0; Clay, Brian 0-1; Hale, Naijiel 0-1; Littleton, Cory 0-1. Washington StateTaliulu, Taylor 5-4; Lemora, Darius 4-4; Pelluer, Peyton 3-5; Brown, Daquawn 7-0; Palacio, Kache 6-1; Coen, Cyrus
4-3; Pippins, Mar. 4-1; Allison, J. 1-4; Cooper, Xavier 1-3; Vaeao, Destiny 1-2; Paulo, Darryl 1-1; Monroe, Darryl 0-2;
Taylor, Paris 0-1; Barber, Robert 0-1.

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1894 (1-1-0)

1905 (4-4-0)

DATE
N. 18
N. 29
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
Idaho
10-0 W
Spokane HS
0-18 L
William Goodyear

DATE
N. 9
N. 28
Coach:

OPP
Idaho
Spokane AC
F. W. Waite

ATT LOC
NA A
1,500 A

1895 (2-0-0)
SCORE W/L
10-4 W
26-4 W

ATT LOC
500 H
1,100 A

OPP
SCORE
Lewiston AA
26-0
Company C, NGW 24-0
Lewiston AA
6-6
D. A. Brodie

DATE
N. 13
N. 25
Coach:

OPP
Spokane AC
Whitman
Robert R. Galley

W/L
W
W
T

ATT LOC
NA H
NA Colfax
NA A

SCORE W/L
16-8 W
16-4 W

ATT LOC
NA A
NA A

1897 (2-0-0)

1898 (0-0-1)
DATE OPP
N. 5 Whitman
Coach: Frank Shively

SCORE W/L
0-0 T

ATT LOC
NA H

1899 (1-1-0)
DATE
O. 28
N. 10
Coach:

OPP
Idaho
Whitman
Frank Shively

DATE
O. 13
O. 20
N. 10
N. 24
N. 29
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
Lewiston AA
2-0 W
Spokane AC
6-0 W
Walla Walla AC
5-0 W
Spokane AC
21-0 W
Washington
5-5 T
William Allen

SCORE W/L
11-0 W
10-11 L

ATT LOC
500 H
NA A

1900 (4-0-1)
ATT LOC
NA A
NA H
NA A
NA A
1,500 A

1901 (4-1-0)
DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
O. 18 Lewiston Normal 16-0 W
O.25 Idaho
0-5 L
N. 1 Washington
10-0 W
N. 9 Oregon
16-0 W
N. 28 Whitman
5-2 W
Coach: William Namack

ATT LOC
NA H
NA A
NA H
NA H
NA A

1902 (2-3-0)
DATE
O. 11
O. 18
O. 24
N. 1
N. 27
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
Lewiston Normal 0-12 L
Pacific (Oregon)
5-6 L
Idaho
17-0 W
Whitman
6-5 W
Washington
0-16 L
William Allen

ATT LOC
300 A
NA H
NA H
NA H
4,000 A

1903 (3-3-2)
DATE
O. 3
O.14
O. 23
O. 30
N. 7
N. 11
N. 21
N. 26
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Spokane High School 40-0
Puget Sound
0-0
Idaho
0-32
Washington
0-10
Oregon
0-0
Oregon State
0-6
Montana
34-0
Whitman
18-6
James N. Ashmore

DATE
O. 21
O. 29
N. 16
N. 24
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Idaho
0-5
Washington
6-12
Montana
6-5
Whitman
34-4
Everett M. Sweeley

W/L
W
T
L
L
T
L
W
W

ATT LOC
NA H
NA H
NA A
NA H
NA A
NA A
NA H
1,500 A

W/L
L
L
W
W

ATT LOC
1,500 H
NA A
NA A
1,000 A

1904 (2-2-0)

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OPP
SCORE
Spokane H.S.
51-0
Lewiston H.S.
52-0
Montana State
32-0
Willamette
6-11
Oregon State
0-29
Montana
28-6
Idaho
0-5
Whitman
6-10
Everett M. Sweeley

1913 (4-4-0)
W/L
W
W
W
L
L
W
L
L

ATT LOC
350 H
400 H
600 H
600 Salem
NA A
600 H
500 A
700 A

DATE
O. 4
O. 11
O. 17
O. 25
N. 1
N. 8
N. 15
N. 27
Coach:

1906 (6-0-0)

1896 (2-0-1)
DATE
N. 14
N. 26
D. 5
Coach:

DATE
S. 30
O. 7
O. 11
O. 18
O. 21
O. 28
N. 10
N. 30
Coach:

DATE
O. 13
O. 19
N. 3
N. 9
N. 17
N. 24
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Blair Business Col. 11-0
Montana
5-0
Spokane AC
4-0
Idaho
10-0
Spokane AC
8-0
Whitman
6-0
John R. Bender

DATE
O. 5
O. 12
O. 18
O. 26
N. 8
N. 21
N. 28
D. 25
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Eastern Washington 46-0
Blair Business Col. 86-0
Montana
38-0
Spokane AC
70-0
Idaho
4-5
Washington
11-5
Whitman
16-8
St. Louis
11-0
John R. Bender

OPP
SCORE
Puget Sound
74-0
Idaho
18-0
Whitworth of Tacoma 38-0
Whitman
23-6
Denver
6-11
William S. Kienholz

DATE
O. 21
O. 29
N. 1
N. 12
N. 24
Coach:

OPP
Idaho
Oregon State
Multnomah AC
Washington
Whitman
Oscar P. Osthoff

OPP
Gonzaga
Idaho
Oregon
Oregon State
Whitman
Washington
Oscar P. Osthoff

OPP
Idaho
Oregon
Oregon State
Whitman
Washington
John R. Bender

SCORE
0-10
0-7
0-7
3-0
7-6
0-45

DATE
O. 6
O. 13
O. 19
O. 27
N. 3
N. 17
N. 24
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
ATT LOC
Pacific (Oregon)
19-0 W
4,000 H
Gonzaga
14-27 L
8,000 A
Idaho
0-14 L
9,000 H
California
0-9 L
11,000 P
Oregon
13-7 W
6,000 H
Oregon State
3-3 T
3,000 T
Washington
7-24 L
20,000 A
A. A. Exendine

DATE
O. 4
O. 11
O. 17
O. 25
N. 8
N. 15
N. 22
N. 27
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
Pacific (Oregon)
65-0 W
Gonzaga
12-14 L
Idaho
3-19 L
California
7-20 L
Oregon State
13-14 L
Oregon
7-7 T
Washington
0-14 L
Gonzaga
0-0 T
A. A. Exendine

DATE
O. 3
O. 17
O. 31
N. 7
N. 21
N. 26
D. 25
J. 1
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Montana
9-0
Idaho
6-7
Washington
0-23
California
0-35
Gonzaga
0-0
USC
17-12
Honolulu All-Stars 24-7
Hawaii
11-20
A. A. Exendine

DATE
O. 2
O. 9
O. 16
O. 23
N. 6
N. 13
N. 25
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
College of Idaho
35-0
USC
7-16
Montana
14-6
Washington
9-6
Idaho
6-0
Oregon
7-0
Gonzaga
7-0
Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

DATE
S. 24
O. 1
O. 8
O 15
O. 22
O. 29
N. 11
N. 19
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Mt. St. Charles
6-6
College of Idaho
53-0
Montana
35-0
Gonzaga
13-0
Washington
0-14
Oregon State
6-13
Idaho
7-7
USC
0-27
Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

ATT LOC
NA H
NA H
NA H
NA H
2,000 A
3,000 A
2,000 A
NA S

DATE
O. 9
O. 16
O. 30
N. 6
N. 16
N. 25
J. 1
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Oregon
28-3
Oregon State
29-0
Idaho
41-0
Montana
27-7
Whitman
17-0
Gonzaga
48-0
Brown (Rose Bowl) 14-0
William H. Dietz

W/L
L
L
L
W
W
L

ATT LOC
NA H
NA H
NA H
NA A
NA H
NA H

DATE
O. 14
O. 28
N. 4
N. 11
N. 25
N. 30
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
Oregon State
10-13 L
Montana
27-0 W
Idaho
31-0 W
Oregon
3-12 L
Gonzaga
18-0 W
Whitman
46-0 W
William H. Dietz

DATE
O. 13
O. 20
O. 27
N. 3
N. 10
N. 17
N. 29
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
ATT LOC
362nd Infantry
0-0 T
15,000 T
Oregon
26-3 W
NA H
Whitman
19-0 W
NA H
Idaho
19-0 W
NA A
Oregon State
6-0 W
NA A
Montana
28-0 W
2,000 S
Washington
14-0 W
7,000 A
William H. Dietz

DATE
N. 28
D. 7
Coach:

OPP
Gonzaga
Idaho
Emory Alvord

DATE
O. 18
O. 25
N. 1
N. 8
N. 15
N. 22
N. 27
Coach:

OPP
Multnomah AC
California
Idaho
Oregon
Washington
Oregon State
Montana
Gus Welch

DATE
O. 9
O. 15
O. 30
N. 6
N. 13
N. 25
Coach:

OPP
Gonzaga
Idaho
Montana
California
Oregon State
Nebraska
Gus Welch

1915 (7-0-0)

ATT LOC
NA H
NA A
NA H
NA A
NA S

W/L
L
L
W
L
W

ATT LOC
NA H
NA P
NA P
2,600 S
NA A

1918 (1-1-0)
SCORE W/L
20-6 W
6-7 L

ATT LOC
NA H
NA A

1919 (5-2-0; 2-2-0)


SCORE
58-0
17-0
0-6
0-6
11-0
6-30

W/L
W
W
L
L
W
L

ATT LOC
NA H
NA A
NA H
NA A
NA S
6,000 A

SCORE
0-13
7-0
10-9
0-30
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SCORE
49-0
14-0
37-0
7-0
7-13
0-6
42-14

W/L
ATT LOC
W
2,500 S
W
NA A
W
3,000 H
W
12,000 P
L
7,000 H
L
7,500 P
W
NA A

1920 (5-1-0; 1-1-0)


W/L
L
W
W
L
L

ATT LOC
3,000 H
NA A
NA H
NA S
NA A

SCORE
35-0
14-7
31-0
0-49
28-0
21-20

ATT LOC
4,000 A
5,000 H
12,000 P
6,000 H
10,000 A
15,000 A
12,000 Pa

SCORE
10-7
18-9
13-16
0-61
0-13
0-16
3-41

W/L
ATT LOC
W
6,000 A
W
4,000 A
L
7,000 H
L
20,000 A
L
12,000 A
L
6,000 P
L
11,000 Pa

1924 (1-5-2; 0-4-1)


ATT LOC
NA H
NA A
2,500 H
6,000 P
NA A
NA A

1917 (6-0-1, 3-0-0)


W/L
W
W
W
W
L

W/L
W
W
L
T
W
W
L

1923 (2-4-1; 1-3-1)


W/L
ATT LOC
W
NA H
W
3,000 A
W
3,000 A
W
NA H
W
NA H
W
NA A
W
10,000 Pa

1916 (4-2-0; PCC Begins)


W/L
W
W
W
T
T
W

SCORE
54-7
20-3
0-14
7-7
7-3
14-0
7-28

1922 (2-5-0; 1-5-0)

W/L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W

1912 (2-3-0)
DATE
O. 18
O. 26
N. 1
N. 9
N. 28
Coach:

OPP
Gonzaga
Idaho
Washington
California
Oregon
Oregon State
USC
Gus Welch

OPP
Montana
Oregon
Oregon State
Idaho
Whitman
Washington
John R. Bender

1911 (3-3-0)
DATE
O. 7
O. 20
O. 27
N. 11
N. 18
N. 30
Coach:

ATT LOC
NA A
NA P
NA H
4,000 H
1,500 S
NA A

DATE
O. 14
O. 20
O. 28
N. 4
N. 11
N. 25
N. 30
Coach:

DATE
O. 6
O. 17
O. 24
N. 7
N. 14
N. 26
Coach:

1910 (2-3-0)
SCORE
5-9
3-9
9-0
0-16
8-0

OPP
Gonzaga
Idaho
California
Oregon
Oregon State
Washington
USC
Gus Welch

ATT LOC
NA H
NA A
350 A
NA H
NA A
1,000 H

1909 (4-1-0)
DATE
O. 20
N. 5
N. 16
N. 28
D. 4
Coach:

DATE
O. 15
O. 21
O. 29
N. 5
N. 11
N. 24
D. 3
Coach:

W/L
W
W
W
W
W
W

1908 (4-0-2)
OPP
SCORE
Eastern Washington 73-0
Spokane YMCA
33-0
Bremerton Navy
44-0
Washington
6-6
Idaho
4-4
Whitman
4-0
Walter Rheinschild

ATT LOC
NA H
NA H
2,500 A
NA A
NA H
NA H
NA A
NA A

1914 (2-4-0)

1907 (7-1-0)

DATE
O. 10
O. 17
O. 30
N. 7
N. 14
N. 21
Coach:

1921 (4-2-1; 2-1-1)

OPP
SCORE W/L
Bremerton Navy 26-12 W
Montana
34-9 W
Idaho
0-3 L
Multnomah AC
0-7 L
Gonzaga
26-0 W
Whitman
23-0 W
Oregon State
2-10 L
Washington
0-20 L
John R. Bender

W/L
ATT LOC
W
3,000 A
W
5,000 A
W
5,000 H
L
20,000 A
W
3,000 H
W
10,000 A

ATT LOC
4,000 H
8,000 H
10,000 A
35,000 A
3,000 H
10,000 P
10,000 A
8,000 A

1925 (3-4-1; 2-3-0)


W/L
W
L
L
L
T
W
W
L

ATT LOC
5,000 A
10,000 H
8,000 H
30,000 A
8,000 A
20,000 A
10,000 A
12,000 A

1926 (6-1-0; 4-1-0)


W/L
ATT LOC
W
1,500 H
L
NA A
W
2,000 H
W
28,000 A
W
5,000 A
W
8,000 H
W
10,000 A

1927 (3-3-2; 1-3-1)


W/L
T
W
W
W
L
L
T
L

ATT LOC
3,000 H
4,000 H
9,000 H
8,000 A
32,000 A
10,000 A
15,000 H
40,000 A

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1928 (7-3-0; 4-3-0)


DATE OPP
SCORE
33-6
S. 22 Whitman
S. 29 Gonzaga
3-0
O. 6 Montana
26-6
3-13
O. 13 California
O. 20 Oregon State
9-7
51-0
O. 27 College of Idaho
N. 3 Idaho
26-0
N. 10 UCLA
38-0
13-27
N. 17 USC
N. 29 Washington
0-6
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

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

1934 (4-3-1; 4-0-1)


ATT LOC
4,000 H
10,000 A
6,000 A
30,000 A
10,000 H
5,000 H
10,000 A
1,000 P
50,000 A
30,000 A

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

ATT LOC
4,000 H
5,000 H
40,000 A
15,000 H
6,000 H
15,000 P
10,000 H
3,000 A
8,000 A
45,000 A
10,000 A
12,000 A

1930 (9-1-0; 6-0-0)


DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 27 College of Idaho 47-12
O. 4 California
16-0
O. 11 USC
7-6
O. 18 Gonzaga
24-0
O. 25 Montana
61-0
N. 1 Oregon State
14-7
N. 8 Idaho
33-7
N. 15 Washington
3-0
N. 29 Villanova
13-0
J. 1
Alabama (Rose Bowl) 0-24
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

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

ATT LOC
4,000 H
35,000 A
22,000 H
6,500 A
5,000 H
32,600 P
7,000 A
41,225 A
25,000 A
65,000 Pa

1931 (6-4-0; 4-3-0)


DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 26 College of Idaho
41-0
O. 3 UCLA
13-0
O. 10 USC
6-38
O. 17 California
7-13
O. 24 Montana
13-0
O. 31 Oregon State
7-6
N. 7 Idaho
9-8
N. 14 Washington
0-12
N. 21 Gonzaga
13-6
D. 5 Tulane
14-28
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

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

ATT LOC
4,000 H
10,000 H
NA A
12,000 P
6,000 A
15,000 P
10,000 H
30,000 A
10,000 A
20,000 A

1932 (7-1-1; 5-1-1)


DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 24 College of Idaho
40-0
O. 1 USC
0-20
O. 8 Willamette
30-0
O. 15 California
7-2
O. 22 Oregon State
7-6
O. 29 Montana
31-0
N. 5 Idaho
12-0
N. 12 Washington
0-0
N. 24 UCLA
3-0
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

W/L
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
T
W

ATT LOC
4,000 H
40,000 A
3,000 H
25,000 A
5,000 A
3,000 H
8,000 H
20,000 A
35,000 A

1933 (5-3-1; 3-3-1)


DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 30 Puget Sound
56-0
O. 7 USC
0-33
O. 14 Montana
13-7
O. 21 California
6-6
O. 28 Oregon State
0-2
N. 4 Gonzaga
16-0
N. 11 Idaho
14-6
N. 25 Washington
17-6
N. 30 UCLA
0-7
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

W/L
W
W
L
W
L
W
T
L

1941 (6-4-0; 5-3-0)


ATT LOC
7,000 H
50,000 A
11,000 A
13,000 H
20,000 SF
11,000 H
38,000 A
6,000 A

1935 (5-3-1; 3-2-0)

1929 (10-2-0; 4-2-0)


DATE OPP
SCORE
48-0
S. 28 College of Idaho
O. 5 Mt. St. Charles
38-0
0-14
O. 12 California
O. 19 Washington
20-13
O. 26 Whitman
58-6
9-0
N. 2 Oregon State
N. 9 Idaho
41-7
13-0
N. 16 Montana
N. 23 Gonzaga
27-0
N. 30 USC
7-27
D. 25 Honolulu Townies 12-0
J. 1
Hawaii
28-7
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

DATE OPP
SCORE
27-0
S. 29 Montana
O. 6 USC
19-0
O. 13 Gonzaga
6-13
31-0
O. 27 Oregon State
N. 2 St. Marys
6-9
19-0
N. 10 Idaho
N. 24 Washington
0-0
D. 1 Detroit
0-6
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

W/L
W
L
W
T
L
W
W
W
L

ATT LOC
5,000 H
40,000 A
6,000 A
16,000 H
10,000 P
10,500 A
9,000 A
17,000 H
20,000 A

DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 28 Puget Sound
46-6
O. 5 Willamette
30-0
13-7
O. 12 Montana
O. 19 Washington
0-21
26-13
O. 26 Oregon State
N. 2 Gonzaga
0-7
N. 9 Idaho
6-0
10-20
N. 16 USC
N. 30 St. Marys
7-7
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

W/L
W
W
W
L
W
L
W
L
T

ATT LOC
4,000 H
6,000 H
6,000 A
20,000 H
20,000 P
5,000 H
6,000 A
40,000 A
15,000 SF

1936 (6-3-1; 6-2-1)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
19-0 W
S. 26 Montana
O. 3 Stanford
14-13 W
O. 10 Idaho
14-0 W
O. 17 USC
0-0 T
O. 24 Oregon
3-0 W
O. 31 California
14-13 W
N. 7 (17) Oregon State 6-16 L
N. 14 (14) UCLA
32-7 W
N. 26 (20) Washington (6) 0-40 L
D. 5 Gonzaga
6-13 L
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

ATT LOC
6,500 H
23,000 H
7,000 A
25,000 A
12,000 H
35,000 A
13,000 H
35,000 A
40,000 A
6,000 A

1937 (3-3-3; 3-3-2)


DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 25 Gonzaga
0-0
O. 2 Idaho
13-0
O. 9 California
0-27
O. 16 Washington
7-7
O. 23 UCLA
3-0
O. 30 USC
0-0
N. 6 Oregon
6-10
N. 13 Stanford
0-23
N. 20 Oregon State
7-0
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

W/L
T
W
L
T
W
T
L
L
W

ATT LOC
14,000 A
13,500 H
40,000 A
17,500 H
20,000 A
8,700 H
13,362 P
15,000 A
12,000 A

1938 (2-8-0; 1-7-0)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
S. 24 Oregon
2-10 L
O. 1 California
3-27 L
O. 8 Stanford
0-8 L
O. 15 USC
6-19 L
O. 22 Oregon State
6-7 L
O. 29 Gonzaga
15-13 W
N. 5 UCLA
0-21 L
N. 12 Idaho
12-0 W
N. 26 Washington
0-26 L
D. 3 Oklahoma (5) 0-28 L
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

ATT LOC
6,000 H
10,000 H
12,000 A
35,000 A
10,000 P
9,000 A
8,000 H
7,000 A
20,000 A
15,000 A

1939 (4-5-0; 3-5-0)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
S. 23 Gonzaga
19-6 W
O. 7 USC
0-27 L
O. 14 Washington
6-0 W
O. 21 California
7-13 L
O. 28 Oregon State (15) 0-13 L
N. 4 Oregon
0-38 L
N. 11 Idaho
21-13 W
N. 18 Stanford
7-0 W
N. 30 UCLA (13)
7-24 L
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

ATT LOC
9,000 H
45,000 A
18,000 H
35,000 A
8,000 A
2,800 A
12,000 H
6,000 A
25,000 A

1940 (4-4-2; 3-4-2)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
S. 28 USC
14-14 T
O. 5 Montana
13-0 W
O. 12 California
9-6 W
O. 19 (19) Stanford (10) 14-26 L
O. 26 Oregon
6-6 T
N. 2 Idaho
26-0 W
N. 9 Oregon State
0-21 L
N. 16 UCLA
26-34 L
N. 23 Gonzaga
14-7 W
N. 30 Washington (12) 9-33 L
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

ATT LOC
40,000 A
7,500 H
25,000 A
23,500 H
6,500 H
4,500 A
8,000 A
35,000 A
8,000 A
25,000 A

DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
6-7 L
S. 26 UCLA
O. 4 California
13-6 W
O. 11 Washington
13-23 L
6-7 L
O. 18 USC
O. 25 Oregon State (18) 7-0 W
13-0 W
N. 1 Oregon
N. 8 Idaho
26-0 W
N. 15 Stanford (6)
14-13 W
59-0 W
N. 22 Gonzaga
D. 6 (19) Texas A&M (9) 0-7 L
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

1949 (3-6-0; 2-6-0)


ATT LOC
35,000 A
5,000 H
22,000 H
40,000 A
10,000 H
5,000 A
10,000 H
45,000 A
7,500 A
26,000 T

ATT LOC
15,000 A
8,000 H
10,000 H
45,000 A
21,786 P
13,000 S
5,000 A
9,000 S
22,000 A
18,000 SA

1945 (6-2-1; 6-2-1)


OPP
Idaho
Oregon State
Washington
Oregon
Idaho
California
Oregon
Oregon State
Washington
Phil Sarboe

SCORE
43-12
33-0
0-6
13-26
21-0
7-7
20-13
13-6
7-0

DATE
S. 27
O. 5
O. 12
O. 19
O. 26
N. 2
N. 16
N. 30
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
USC
7-13 L
Idaho
32-0 W
Washington
7-21 L
Oregon
0-0 T
Oregon State
12-13 L
California
14-47 L
Stanford
26-27 L
Michigan State
20-26 L
Phil Sarboe

W/L
ATT LOC
W
9,000 A
W
9,000 H
L
38,000 A
L
6,500 A
W
5,000 H
T
40,000 A
W
3,000 H
W
8,000 A
W
15,000 H

1946 (1-6-1; 1-5-1)


ATT LOC
68,282 A
14,000 H
25,000 H
18,000 A
15,000 H
30,000 A
18,000 A
19,691 A

1947 (3-7-0; 2-5-0)


DATE
S. 20
S. 27
O. 4
O. 11
O. 18
O. 25
O. 31
N. 8
N. 15
N. 22
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
Penn State
6-27 L
USC
0-21 L
Idaho
7-0 W
Michigan State
7-21 L
California (4)
6-21 L
Montana
12-13 L
Portland
35-0 W
Oregon
6-12 L
Oregon State
14-13 W
Washington
0-20 L
Phil Sarboe

ATT LOC
20,000 Her
48,173 A
23,500 A
18,500 H
36,000 A
13,000 H
3,950 H
15,000 H
12,400 A
31,500 A

1948 (4-5-1; 4-3-1)


DATE
S. 18
O. 2
O. 9
O. 16
O. 23
O. 30
N. 6
N. 13
N. 20
N. 27
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
UCLA
26-48 L
Stanford
14-7 W
Montana
48-0 W
Washington
10-0 W
Oregon
7-33 L
Idaho
19-14 W
Oregon State
26-26 T
California (4) 14-44 L
Michigan State (12) 0-40 L
Penn State (18) 0-7 L
Phil Sarboe

DATE
S. 23
S. 30
O. 7
O. 14
O. 28
N. 4
N. 11
N. 18
N. 25
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
Utah State
46-6 W
UCLA
0-42 L
USC
20-20 T
Montana
14-7 W
Idaho
7-7 T
Oregon
21-13 W
Stanford
18-28 L
Oregon State
21-7 W
Washington (18) 21-52 L
Forest Evashevski

DATE
S. 22
S. 29
O. 5
O. 13
O. 20
O. 27
N. 3
N. 10
N. 17
N. 24
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
USC
21-31 L
Santa Clara
34-20 W
Oklahoma State 27-13 W
California (2) 35-42 L
Oregon State
26-13 W
Oregon
41-6 W
(16) Stanford (11) 13-21 L
(17) Idaho
9-6 W
(17) Montana 47-10 W
(17) Washington 27-25 W
Forest Evashevski

DATE
S. 19
S. 27
O. 4
O. 18
O. 25
N. 1
N. 8
N. 15
N. 22
N. 29
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
(15) USC (16)
7-35 L
(15) Stanford (13) 13-14 L
Baylor
7-31 L
Ohio State (16)
7-35 L
Oregon State
33-20 W
Idaho
36-6 W
Oregon
19-6 W
California
13-28 L
Oklahoma A&M
9-7 W
Washington
27-33 L
Al Kircher

DATE
S. 19
S. 26
O. 3
O. 10
O. 17
O. 24
O. 31
N. 7
N. 14
N. 21
Coach:

OPP
USC (8)
Pacific
Iowa
Oregon
Idaho
UCLA (12)
Stanford (17)
Texas Christian
Oregon State
Washington
Al Kircher

DATE
S. 17
S. 25
O. 2
O. 9
O. 16
O. 23
O. 30
N. 6
N. 13
N. 20
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
USC (17)
0-39 L
Pacific
18-0 W
Texas (12)
14-40 L
Oregon State
34-6 W
California
7-17 L
Idaho
0-10 L
Stanford
30-26 W
Michigan State
6-54 L
Oregon
14-26 L
Washington
26-7 W
Al Kircher

ATT LOC
9,500 H
7,000 H
36,243 A
16,000 H
21,500 A
21,000 H
15,000 A
40,000 A
35,000 A

ATT LOC
5,000 A
20,117 A
16,000 H
8,000 A
19,000 H
15,176 A
15,000 A
12,000 H
28,181 S

1951 (7-3-0; 4-3-0)

19431944 - No Football, WWII

DATE
S. 29
O. 6
O. 13
O. 20
O. 27
N. 3
N. 10
N. 18
N. 24
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
Utah State
33-0 W
Montana
13-7 W
USC
7-35 L
Oregon
0-21 L
Idaho
35-13 W
UCLA
20-27 L
Oregon State
6-35 L
California (4) 14-33 L
Washington
21-34 L
Phil Sarboe

1950 (4-3-2; 2-3-2)

1942 (6-2-2; 5-1-1)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
6-0 W
S. 26 Stanford
O. 3 Oregon
7-0 W
68-16 W
O. 10 Montana
O. 17 (10) USC
12-26 L
O. 24 Oregon State
26-13 W
25-13 W
N. 7 Michigan State
N. 14 (14) Idaho
7-0 W
N. 21 (12) Second Air Force 6-6 T
N. 28 (15) Washington 0-0 T
D. 5 (17) Texas A&M
0-21 L
Coach: Orin E. Babe Hollingbery

DATE
S. 17
S. 24
O. 1
O. 8
O. 15
O. 22
O. 29
N. 5
N. 19
Coach:

ATT LOC
43,399 A
17,300 H
9,000 A
23,000 H
20,000 A
17,000 H
12,000 H
40,000 A
36,045 A
18,000 T

ATT LOC
28,876 A
17,000 S
18,000 S
17,500 H
15,500 A
12,000 H
49,000 A
14,000 A
4,000 H
52,000 A

1952 (4-6-0; 3-4-0)


ATT LOC
58,288 A
25,000 H
17,000 A
71,280 A
14,000 H
14,000 H
12,500 A
26,000 A
14,000 A
25,000 S

1953 (4-6-0; 3-4-0)


SCORE
13-29
26-20
12-54
7-0
30-13
7-44
19-48
7-21
0-7
25-20

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

ATT LOC
19,000 H
23,203 A
31,500 A
16,000 H
19,000 A
27,608 A
18,500 A
17,500 S
13,500 A
40,000 A

1954 (4-6-0; 3-4-0)


ATT LOC
37,645 A
12,000 S
27,000 A
15,000 H
27,000 A
17,000 H
13,000 A
45,849 A
16,000 A
18,000 H

69

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
1955 (1-7-2; 1-5-1)
DATE
S. 17
S. 24
O. 1
O. 8
O. 15
O. 22
O. 29
N. 5
N. 12
N. 19
Coach:

OPP
USC (13)
Kansas
UCLA (7)
California
Idaho
Oregon State
Pacific
Oregon
San Jose State
Washington
Al Kircher

SCORE
12-50
0-13
0-55
20-20
9-0
6-14
0-30
0-35
13-13
7-27

W/L
L
L
L
T
W
L
L
L
T
L

DATE
S. 22
S. 29
O. 6
O. 13
O. 20
O. 27
N. 3
N. 10
N. 17
N. 24
Coach:

OPP
Stanford (14)
San Jose State
Idaho
UCLA
Oregon State
Pacific
USC (20)
Oregon
California
Washington
Jim Sutherland

DATE
S. 21
S. 28
O. 5
O. 12
O. 19
O. 26
N. 2
N. 9
N. 16
N. 23
Coach:

OPP
Nebraska
California
Iowa (8)
Stanford
Oregon
USC
Oregon State
UCLA
Idaho
Washington
Jim Sutherland

DATE
S. 10
S. 27
O. 4
O. 11
O. 18
O. 25
N. 1
N. 8
N. 15
N. 22
Coach:

OPP
Stanford
Northwestern
California
Idaho
Oregon (14)
USC
UCLA
Oregon State
Pacific
Washington
Jim Sutherland

DATE
S. 19
S. 26
O. 3
O. 10
O. 17
O. 24
O. 31
N. 14
N. 21
N. 26
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
California
6-20 L
San Jose State
30-6 W
Oregon
6-14 L
Pacific
20-12 W
Stanford
36-19 W
Idaho
27-5 W
Oregon State
14-0 W
Oregon (14)
6-7 L
Washington (14)
0-20 L
Houston
32-18 W
Jim Sutherland

DATE
S. 17
S. 23
O. 1
O. 8
O. 15
O. 22
O. 29
N. 5
N. 12
N. 29
Coach:

OPP
Stanford
Denver
Arizona State
California
Oregon
Pacific
San Jose State
Oregon State
Idaho
Washington (6)
Jim Sutherland

1961 (3-7-0)
ATT LOC
35,051 A
19,000 A
20,000 H
33,000 A
13,000 A
17,000 A
12,000 A
9,000 H
1,600 H
30,000 A

DATE
S. 23
S. 30
O. 7
O. 14
O. 21
O. 28
N. 4
N. 11
N. 18
N. 25
Coach:

1956 (3-6-1; 2-5-1)


SCORE
26-40
33-18
33-19
0-28
0-21
12-33
12-28
7-7
14-13
26-40

W/L
L
W
W
L
L
L
L
T
W
L

ATT LOC
23,500 S
9,000 H
16,300 A
27,192 A
14,500 H
23,500 A
13,000 H
13,200 A
32,000 A
20,700 S

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

ATT LOC
31,000 A
16,000 H
47,334 A
25,000 A
19,000 H
24,902 A
20,200 A
27,000 S
13,400 H
47,500 A

DATE
S. 22
S. 29
O. 6
O. 13
O. 20
O. 27
N. 3
N. 10
N. 17
N. 24
Coach:

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

ATT LOC
20,750 H
27,500 A
25,000 A
15,000 A
18,500 A
22,500 S
25,090 A
17,500 H
21,500 A
24,250 S

DATE
S. 21
S. 28
O. 5
O. 12
O. 19
O. 26
N. 2
N. 9
N. 16
N. 30
Coach:

70

W/L
W
L
L
T
L
W
W
L
W
L

ATT LOC
22,000 S
19,504 A
29,600 A
31,000 A
18,500 A
15,500 H
19,500 A
15,600 H
8,500 A
28,750 S

OPP
San Jose State
Wyoming
Arizona State
Stanford
Indiana
Pacific
Oregon State
Oregon
Idaho
Washington
Jim Sutherland

OPP
Texas Tech
Iowa
Arizona
San Jose State
Oregon State
Army
Idaho
Oregon
Stanford
Washington
Jim Sutherland

DATE
S. 9
S. 26
O. 3
O. 10
O. 17
O. 24
O. 31
N. 7
N. 14
N. 21
Coach:

OPP
Stanford
Wyoming
Arizona
Pacific
San Jose State
Idaho
Oregon State
Oregon
Texas Tech
Washington
Bert Clark

DATE
S. 18
S. 25
O. 2
O. 9
O. 16
O. 23
O. 30
N. 6
N. 13
N. 30
Coach:

OPP
Iowa
Minnesota
Idaho
Villanova
Arizona
Indiana
Oregon State
Oregon
Arizona State
Washington
Bert Clark

SCORE
49-8
21-15
24-24
21-6
21-15
12-13
12-18
10-28
22-14
21-26

W/L
W
W
T
W
W
L
L
L
W
L

SCORE
7-16
14-14
7-2
8-13
6-30
0-23
14-10
7-21
32-15
0-16

W/L
L
T
W
L
L
L
W
L
W
L

DATE
S. 17
S. 23
O. 1
O. 9
O. 15
O. 22
O. 29
N. 5
N. 12
N. 19
Coach:

OPP
California
Houston
Baylor
Arizona State
Utah
Idaho
Oregon State
Oregon
Arizona
Washington
Bert Clark

SCORE
29-23
7-28
12-28
50-0
16-14
13-28
7-24
21-21
10-28
0-14

W/L
W
L
L
W
W
L
L
T
L
L

DATE
S. 15
S. 23
S. 30
O. 7
O. 14
O. 21
O. 28
N. 4
N. 11
N. 18
Coach:

SCORE
7-0
14-13
13-17
24-14
21-3
8-7
10-8
27-7
6-7
9-27

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

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

SCORE
0-49
0-21
23-51
7-10
10-31
20-31
7-35
13-17
52-14
9-7

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

1973 (5-6-0; 4-3-0)


ATT LOC
44,364 A
51,700 A
24,200 S
20,000 A
26,000 A
16,500 S
18,115 A
19,000 H
15,100 H
47,500 A

ATT LOC
15,300 H
12,385 A
31,015 A
17,000 S
15,500 S
11,050 A
16,500 H
19,400 A
11,500 A
35,700 S

OPP
Idaho
UCLA (8)
Utah
Arizona State
Stanford (14)
Oregon State
Arizona
Oregon
San Jose State
Washington
Jim Sweeney

ATT LOC
31,500 A
52,600 A
18,200 S
19,500 H
17,810 A
31,200 A
18,500 H
13,000 H
27,500 A
56,000 A

DATE
S. 20
S. 27
O. 4
O. 11
O. 18
O. 25
N. 1
N. 8
N. 15
N. 22
Coach:

OPP
Illinois
Iowa
Oregon
UCLA (11)
Stanford (18)
California
Pacific
USC (6)
Oregon State
Washington
Jim Sweeney

SCORE
14-7
21-31
14-17
14-41
21-21
8-16
14-28
13-27
46-0
24-0

DATE
S. 12
S. 19
S. 26
O. 3
O. 10
O. 17
O. 24
O. 30
N. 7
N. 14
N. 21
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Kansas
31-48
Idaho
44-16
Michigan State
14-28
Oregon
13-28
Arizona State (14) 30-37
Stanford (9)
16-63
California
0-45
UCLA (19)
9-54
USC
33-70
Oregon State
16-28
Washington
25-43
Jim Sweeney

DATE
S. 11
S. 18
S. 25
O. 2
O. 9
O. 16
O. 23
O. 30
N. 6
N. 13
N. 20
Coach:

OPP
Kansas
Arizona
Minnesota
Utah
UCLA
California
Stanford (10)
Oregon
USC (17)
Oregon State
Washington
Jim Sweeney

DATE
S. 9
S. 16
S. 23
S. 30
O. 7
O. 14
O. 21
O. 28
N. 4
N. 11
N. 18
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Kansas
18-17
California
23-37
Arizona
28-6
Utah
25-44
Idaho
35-14
Oregon
31-14
Oregon State
37-7
UCLA (9)
20-35
USC (1)
3-44
Stanford (20)
27-13
(20) Washington (17) 27-10
Jim Sweeney

W/L
W
L
L
L
T
L
L
L
W
W

ATT LOC
23,612 S
41,759 A
16,503 H
36,226 A
15,700 S
20,781 H
31,400 A
23,000 A
8,450 A
31,986 S

1969 (1-9-0; 0-7-0)


SCORE
19-18
35-61
24-25
14-46
0-49
0-17
20-27
7-28
3-38
21-30

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

ATT LOC
40,345 A
43,321 A
21,092 H
22,100 S
31,000 A
16,700 S
16,000 H
47,158 A
23,679 A
54,500 A

1970 (1-10-0; 0-7-0)


ATT LOC
19,000 S
17,500 H
29,400 A
13,000 H
13,000 A
17,778 A
16,000 H
19,000 A
25,500 A
36,000 S

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

ATT LOC
34,000 A
27,200 S
64,053 A
21,800 A
46,098 A
30,400 S
26,103 A
30,029 A
14,500 S
16,300 S
33,200 S

1971 (4-7-0; 2-5-0)


ATT LOC
53,000 A
46,917 A
22,600 H
13,732 S
16,500 S
32,061 A
20,079 A
20,000 H
32,872 A
56,800 A

ATT LOC
23,300 S
36,104 A
18,500 S
18,700 H
20,051 A
14,500 A
18,500 H
17,500 A
23,000 A
33,500 S

DATE
S. 15
S. 22
S. 29
O. 6
O. 13
O. 20
O. 27
N. 3
N. 10
N. 17
N. 24
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Kansas
8-29
Arizona State (13) 9-20
Idaho
51-24
Ohio State (1)
3-27
USC (4)
35-46
UCLA (13)
13-24
Stanford
14-45
Oregon
21-14
Oregon State
13-7
California
31-28
Washington
52-26
Jim Sweeney

DATE
S. 14
S. 21
S. 28
O. 5
O. 12
O. 19
O. 26
N. 2
N. 9
N. 16
N. 23
Coach:

OPP
Kansas
Idaho
Illinois (16)
Ohio State (1)
USC (7)
UCLA
Stanford
Oregon
Oregon State
California (19)
Washington
Jim Sweeney

DATE
S. 13
S. 20
S. 27
O. 4
O. 11
O. 18
O. 25
N. 1
N. 8
N. 15
N. 22
Coach:

OPP
Kansas
Utah
California
Illinois
USC (3)
UCLA (18)
Stanford
Oregon
Oregon State
Idaho
Washington
Jim Sweeney

DATE
S. 11
S. 18
S. 25
O. 2
O. 9
O. 16
O. 23
O. 30
N. 6
N. 13
N. 20
Coach:

OPP
Kansas (19)
Minnesota
Wisconsin
Idaho
USC (11)
UCLA (4)
Stanford
Oregon
Oregon State
California
Washington
Jackie Sherrill

1968 (3-6-1; 1-3-1; Pacific-8 Conference)

1966 (3-7-0; 1-3-0)


SCORE
6-21
7-21
14-20
24-15
15-26
14-7
13-41
14-13
18-28
7-19

OPP
USC (7)
Oklahoma
UCLA (4)
Baylor
Stanford
Arizona State
Oregon State
Oregon
Idaho
Washington
Bert Clark

DATE
S. 21
S. 28
O. 5
O. 12
O. 19
O. 26
N. 2
N. 9
N. 16
N. 23
Coach:

1965 (7-3-0; 2-1-0)

1960 (4-5-1)
SCORE
15-14
26-28
21-24
21-21
12-21
51-12
29-6
10-20
18-7
7-8

ATT LOC
37,000 A
13,000 S
40,000 A
19,432 H
23,307 A
7,700 S
13,716 A
10,200 H
21,000 A
48,500 A

1964 (3-6-1; 1-2-1)

1959 (6-4-0; PCC Dissolved)


ATT LOC
24,850 S
15,500 A
16,800 A
15,500 A
28,500 A
19,200 H
17,601 A
15,500 H
56,000 A
6,000 A

1967 (2-8-0; 1-5-0)


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

1963 (3-6-1; 1-1-0)

1958 (7-3-0; 6-2-0)


SCORE
40-6
28-29
14-34
8-0
6-0
6-14
38-20
7-0
34-0
18-14

SCORE
6-28
14-34
8-41
34-0
7-33
19-21
6-14
22-21
30-0
17-21

1962 (5-4-1; 1-1-0,


AAWU Conference Begins)

1957 (6-4-0; 5-3-0)


SCORE
34-12
13-7
13-20
21-18
13-14
13-12
25-39
13-19
21-13
27-7

OPP
Missouri
Utah State
Texas (5)
Idaho
Indiana
San Jose State
Oregon State
Oregon
Stanford
Washington
Jim Sutherland

SCORE
0-34
28-39
31-20
34-12
21-34
23-24
24-23
31-21
20-30
14-21
20-28

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

ATT LOC
37,750 A
13,500 S
32,020 A
15,008 A
30,500 S
12,600 S
52,250 A
25,400 S
57,432 A
20,385 A
60,100 A

1972 (7-4-0; 4-3-0)


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

ATT LOC
33,500 A
30,794 A
30,000 A
20,200 H
18,500 H
23,000 A
22,100 H
29,950 A
46,500 Se
20,500 H
34,100 S

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

ATT LOC
39,750 A
51,252 A
22,500 H
87,425 A
50,975 A
32,200 S
48,000 A
19,800 H
17,336 A
13,082 H
56,500 A

1974 (2-9-0; 1-6-0)


SCORE
7-14
17-10
19-21
7-42
7-54
13-17
18-20
21-16
3-17
33-37
17-24

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

ATT LOC
29,350 A
19,300 H
40,594 A
50,000 Se
32,000 S
30,686 A
22,000 H
21,500 A
17,500 H
26,573 A
27,800 S

1975 (3-8-0; 0-7-0)


SCORE
18-14
30-14
21-33
21-27
10-28
23-37
14-54
14-26
0-7
84-27
27-28

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

ATT LOC
38,620 A
19,622 A
24,500 H
51,060 A
47,408 A
28,500 S
35,000 A
18,100 H
13,489 A
17,300 H
57,100 A

1976 (3-8-0; 2-5-0)


SCORE
16-35
14-28
26-35
45-6
14-23
3-62
16-22
23-22
29-24
22-23
32-51

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

ATT LOC
39,475 A
31,627 A
69,658 A
23,500 H
37,268 Se
35,508 A
24,300 H
22,200 A
20,122 H
30,000 A
35,800 S

1977 (7-4-0; 3-4-0)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
ATT LOC
S. 10 Nebraska (15)
19-10 W
75,922 A
S. 17 Michigan State
23-21 W
50,263 A
S. 24 (15) Kansas
12-14 L 44,540 A
S. 30 USC (2)
7-41 L
61,809 A
O. 8 California (14)
17-10 W
27,500 H
O. 15 UCLA
16-27* W
37,750 S
O. 22 Stanford
29-31 L
47,500 A
O. 29 Oregon
56-20 W
27,200 H
N. 5 Oregon State
24-10 W
22,657 A
N. 12 Idaho
45-17 W
18,500 H
N. 19 Washington (19) 15-35 L
60,964 A
* = Game later forfeited to WSU by order of
Pacific-10 Conference
Coach: Warren Powers

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
1978 (4-6-1; 2-6-0; Pacific-10 Conference
Begins)

1983 (7-4-0; 5-3-0)

DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
ATT LOC
S. 9
UNLV
34-7 W
26,250 S
28-0 W
16,950 H
S. 16 Idaho
S. 23 Arizona State
51-26 W
33,507 S
21-21 T
31,612 A
S. 30 Army
O. 14 UCLA (14)
31-45 L
40,023 A
O. 21 Stanford
27-43 L
27,411 H
7-31* W
25,000 A
O. 28 Oregon
N. 4 Oregon State
31-32 L
20,061 H
14-22 L
28,750 A
N. 11 California
N. 18 Arizona
24-31 L
49,557 A
N. 25 Washington
8-38 L
35,187 S
* = Game later forfeited to WSU by order of
Pacific-10 Conference
Coach: Jim Walden

1979 (5-6-0; 4-4-0)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
ATT LOC
Arizona
7-22 L
26,753 S
S. 8
S. 15 Montana
34-14 W
20,157 S
29-45 L
87,495 A
S. 22 Ohio State (16)
S. 29 Syracuse
25-52 L
10,004 B
O. 6 USC (1)
21-51 L
55,117 A
17-14 W
32,651 H
O. 13 UCLA
O. 20 Arizona State
17-28* W
70,729 A
26-37* W
18,650 A
O. 27 Oregon
N. 3 Oregon State
45-42 W
21,500 A
13-45 L
22,055 H
N. 10 California
N. 17 Washington (16)
7-17 L
57,750 A
* = Game later forfeited to WSU by order of
Pacific-10 Conference
Coach: Jim Walden

1980 (4-7-0; 3-4-0)


DATE
S. 13
S. 20
S. 27
O. 4
O. 11
O. 18
O. 25
N. 1
N. 8
N. 15
N. 22
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
San Jose State
26-31 L
Tennessee
23-35 L
Army
31-18 W
Pacific
22-24 L
Arizona State
21-27 L
Arizona
38-14 W
Stanford
34-48 L
Oregon
10-20 L
Oregon State
28-7 W
California
31-17 W
Washington (16) 23-30 L
Jim Walden

ATT LOC
18,153 S
93,520 A
24,213 H
18,123 H
64,333 A
47,132 A
30,371 H
30,083 A
15,651 H
30,000 A
34,557 S

1981 (8-3-1; 5-2-1)


DATE
S. 12
S. 19
S. 26
O. 3
O. 10
O. 17
O. 24
O. 31
N. 7
N. 14

OPP
SCORE W/L
Montana State
33-21 W
Colorado
14-10 W
Arizona State (18) 24-21 W
Pacific
31-0 W
Oregon State
23-0 W
(18) UCLA
17-17 T
(16) Arizona
34-19 W
(14) USC (4)
17-41 L
Oregon
39-7 W
(17) California 19-0 W

N. 21

(14) Washington (17)

D. 18 (20) BYU (14)*


*Holiday Bowl
Coach: Jim Walden

10-23

36-38

ATT LOC
23,721 S
35,277 A
24,481 H
17,923 H
32,500 A
40,000 H
50,265 A
60,972 A
33,500 H
31,000 S
60,234

OPP
Idaho
Colorado
Minnesota
Tennessee
Oregon State
UCLA (12)
Stanford
Arizona
Oregon
California
Washington (5)
Jim Walden

SCORE
34-14
0-12
11-41
3-10
14-14
17-42
26-31
17-34
10-3
14-34
24-20

W/L
W
L
L
L
T
L
L
L
W
L
W

OPP
SCORE
Montana State
27-7
Michigan (6)
17-20
Arizona (7)
6-45
UNLV
41-28
USC
17-38
UCLA
14-24
Arizona State (13) 31-21
Oregon
24-7
Oregon State
27-9
California
16-6
Washington (15)
17-6
Jim Walden

DATE
S. 1
S. 8
S. 15
S. 22
O. 6
O. 13
O. 20
O. 27
N. 3
N. 10
N. 17
Coach:

OPP
Tennessee
Utah
Ohio State (9)
Ball State
USC
UCLA
Stanford
Oregon
Oregon State
California
Washington (8)
Jim Walden

DATE
A. 31
S. 7
S. 14
S. 21
S. 28
O. 12
O. 19
O. 26
N. 2
N. 16
N. 23
Coach:

OPP
Oregon
California
Arizona
Utah
Ohio State (5)
Oregon State
UCLA (18)
Arizona State
USC
Montana State
Washington
Jim Walden

DATE
S. 6
S. 13
S. 20
S. 27
O. 4
O. 11
O. 25
N. 1
N. 8
N. 15
N. 22
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
UNLV
34-14
San Jose State
13-20
California
21-31
Arizona State (11) 21-21
Oregon State
24-14
USC (9)
34-14
UCLA (17)
16-54
Stanford
12-42
Arizona (17)
6-31
Oregon
17-27
Washington (12) 23-44
Jim Walden

1988 (9-3-0; 5-3-0)


ATT LOC
21,750 S
103,256 A
25,000 H
16,500 S
43,106 A
30,000 H
67,516 A
29,500 H
32,500 A
15,000 H
59,220 A

SCORE
27-34
42-40
0-44
16-14
27-29
24-27
49-42
50-41
20-3
33-7
29-38

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

ATT LOC
93,727 A
21,000 H
89,297 A
16,000 H
33,000 H
40,122 A
33,000 A
24,874 A
26,000 H
20,250 A
40,000 H

1985 (4-7-0; 3-5-0)


SCORE
39-42
20-19
7-12
37-44
32-48
34-0
30-31
16-21
13-31
64-14
21-20

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

ATT LOC
25,900 H
30,135 H
46,437 A
28,576 A
89,954 A
27,236 A
32,302 H
14,875 H
46,954 A
15,000 H
60,197 A

1986 (3-7-1; 2-6-1)

ATT LOC
25,321 S
30,923 S
50,653 A
91,744 A
22,937 H
41,732 Pa
26,806 H
27,412 H
20,178 A
34,060 A
40,000 H

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

1984 (6-5-0; 4-3-0)

W/L
W
L
L
T
W
W
L
L
L
L
L

ATT LOC
17,000 H
15,000 H
41,500 A
70,543 A
25,200 H
26,000 H
46,189 A
35,000 A
17,000 H
25,137 A
40,000 H

DATE
S. 5
S. 12
S. 19
S. 26
O. 10
O. 17
O. 24
O. 31
N. 14
N. 21
N. 29
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Fresno State
41-24
Wyoming
43-28
Michigan (19)
18-44
Colorado
17-26
Stanford
7-44
Arizona State
7-38
Arizona
45-28
USC
7-42
Oregon
17-31
Washington
19-34
Cal (Coca Cola Bowl) 17-17
Dennis Erickson

W/L
W
W
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
T

DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
Illinois
44-7 W
S. 3
S. 10 Minnesota
41-9 W
S. 17 Oregon
28-43 L
52-24 W
O. 1 Tennessee
O. 8 (19) California
44-13 W
28-45 L
O. 15 Arizona
O. 22 Arizona State
28-31 L
O. 29 UCLA (1)
34-30 W
24-21 W
N. 5 Stanford
N. 12 Oregon State
36-27 W
N. 19 (19) Washington 32-31 W
D. 25 (18) Houston (14)* 24-22 W
*Aloha Bowl
Coach: Dennis Erickson

1993 (5-6-0; 3-5-0)


ATT LOC
54,458 A
40,071 A
30,263 H
92,276 A
27,077 H
48,287 A
33,170 H
51,970 A
36,500 A
19,702 H
40,000 H
35,132 Hon

1989 (6-5-0; 3-5-0)


DATE
S. 2
S. 7
S. 16
S. 23
S. 30
O. 7
O. 14
O. 21
O. 28
N. 11
N. 18
Coach:

OPP
SCORE W/L
Idaho
41-7 W
Brigham Young (24) 46-41 W
(23) Oregon State 41-3 W
Wyoming
29-23 W
(19) USC (11)
17-18 L
(21) Oregon (23) 51-38 W
(17) Stanford 31-13 W
(15) Arizona (22) 21-23 L
(23) Arizona State 39-44 L
California
26-38 L
Washington
9-20 L
Mike Price

DATE
S. 1
S. 8
S. 15
S. 22
S. 29
O. 6
O. 20
O. 27
N. 3
N. 10
N. 17
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Texas Christian
21-3
Wyoming
13-34
Brigham Young (5) 36-50
California
41-31
UCLA
20-30
USC (15)
17-30
Oregon State
55-24
Arizona (23)
34-42
Stanford
13-31
Arizona State
26-51
Washington (10) 10-55
Mike Price

DATE
S. 7
S. 14
S. 21
S. 28
O. 5
O. 12
O. 19
N. 2
N. 9
N. 16
N. 23
Coach:

OPP
SCORE
Oregon
14-40
Fresno State
30-34
Ohio State (16)
19-33
UNLV
40-13
Oregon State
55-7
USC
27-34
Arizona State (25) 17-3
UCLA (23)
3-44
Arizona
40-27
Stanford (22)
14-49
Washington (2)
21-56
Mike Price

ATT LOC
33,914 H
64,310 A
26,883 H
20,041 A
38,434 H
44,963 A
24,617 H
36,090 H
62,416 A
33,000 A
73,527 A

ATT LOC
22,971 H
24,151 H
103,521 A
43,527 A
31,538 H
70,341 A
22,269 H
24,834 A
14,089 H
74,038 A
54,000 J

DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
S. 5
Montana
25-13 W
S. 12 Arizona
23-20 W
S. 26 Fresno State
39-37 W
O. 3 Temple
51-10 W
O. 10 Oregon State
35-10 W
O. 17 (22) UCLA
30-17 W
O. 24 (13) USC (15)
21-31 L
O. 31 (19) Oregon
17-34 L
N. 7 (25) Arizona State 20-18 W
N. 14 (21) Stanford (15) 3-40 L
N. 21 Washington (5)
42-23 W
D. 29 (18) Utah*
31-28 W
*Copper Bowl
Coach: Mike Price

SCORE
14-41
54-14
51-6
3-34
12-0
44-25
34-7
6-9
23-46
27-40
3-26

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

DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
S. 1
Illinois (21)
10-9 W
S. 10 Fresno State
24-3 W
21-0 W
S. 24 (22) UCLA (18)
O. 1 (17) Tennessee 9-10 L
O. 8 (22) Oregon
21-7 W
O. 15 (20) Arizona (14)
7-10 L
O. 22 (23) Arizona State 28-21 W
O. 29 (22) California 26-23 W
N. 5 (16) USC (22)
10-23 L
N. 12 (24) Oregon State 3-21 L
N. 19 Washington (18)
23-6 W
D. 31 (24) Baylor*
10-3 W
*Alamo Bowl
Coach: Mike Price

ATT LOC
25,198 A
30,484 H
65,838 A
32,229 H
34,190 H
59,357 A
27,245 A
55,520 A
30,000 A
20,070 H
37,600 H

DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
S. 2
Pittsburgh
13-17 L
S. 9
Montana
38-21 W
S. 23 UCLA (16)
24-15 W
S. 30 Nebraska (2)
21-35 L
O. 7 Oregon State
40-14 W
O. 14 USC (5)
14-26 L
O. 21 Oregon (12)
7-26 L
O. 28 Arizona
14-24 L
N. 4 California
11-27 L
N. 11 Stanford
24-36 L
N. 18 Washington (22) 30-33 L
Coach: Mike Price

ATT LOC
42,995 A
20,647 H
92,687 A
20,628 A
25,100 H
23,997 H
48,682 A
43,592 A
21,520 H
18,238 H
72,581 A

DATE OPP
SCORE
A. 31 Colorado (5)
19-37
S. 7
Temple
38-34
S. 21 Oregon (25)
55-44
S. 28 San Jose State
52-16
O. 5 Arizona
26-34
O. 12 Oregon State
24-3
O. 19 California (19)
21-18
O. 26 USC
24-29
N. 9 UCLA
14-38
N. 16 Stanford
17-33
N. 23 Washington (12) 24-31(OT)
Coach: Mike Price

ATT LOC
105,512 A
19,068 H
24,682 H
48,471 A
14,616 A
27,077 H
30,117 H
46,675 A
35,846 A
34,987 H
72,688 A

ATT LOC
39,472 Ch
24,107 H
42,877 A
95,556 A
37,600 H
37,600 H
46,494 A
34,000 A
36,686 H
26,438 A
37,600 H
44,106 SA

ATT LOC
35,513 A
28,312 H
33,711 H
75,777 A
31,876 H
51,131 A
46,109 A
32,924 H
31,000 A
26,572 H
74,144 A

1996 (5-6; 3-5)

1991 (4-7-0; 3-5-0)


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

OPP
Michigan (3)
Montana State
Oregon State
USC
Pacific
Arizona State
California (21)
(25) Arizona (7)
Oregon
UCLA (12)
Washington
Mike Price

1995 (3-8; 2-6)

1990 (3-8-0; 2-6-0)


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

DATE
S. 4
S. 11
S. 18
S. 25
O. 2
O. 9
O. 16
O. 23
O. 30
N. 6
N. 20
Coach:

1994 (8-4; 5-3)

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

ATT LOC
51,481 A
10,169 A
30,124 H
24,195 H
47,405 A
26,722 A
27,182 H
33,111 H
40,421 A
30,280 A
37,600 H

1997 (10-2; 7-1)

1992 (9-3-0; 5-3-0)

1987 (3-7-1; 1-5-1)

52,419 SD

1982 (3-7-1; 2-4-1)


DATE
S. 11
S. 18
S. 25
O. 2
O. 9
O. 16
O. 23
O. 30
N. 6
N. 13
N. 20
Coach:

DATE
S. 3
S. 10
S. 17
S. 24
O. 8
O. 15
O. 22
O. 29
N. 5
N. 12
N. 19
Coach:

ATT LOC
21,068 H
39,112 A
38,077 A
21,861 H
30,459 A
32,208 H
54,038 A
25,450 H
15,441 H
52,018 A
37,600 H
40,867 Tuc

DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
ATT LOC
A. 30 UCLA
37-34 W
26,000 H
S. 13 USC (23)
28-21 W
51,655 A
S. 20 (19) Illinois
35-22 W 47,131 A
S. 27 (15) Boise State
58-0 W
34,131 H
O. 4 (15) Oregon
24-13 W 43,516 A
O. 18 (13) California 63-37 W 35,759 H
O. 25 (10) Arizona 35-34 (OT) W
31,137 H
N. 1
(10) Arizona State (20) 31-44 L
73,644 A
N. 8 (16) SW Louisiana 77-7 W
32,345 H
N. 15 (14) Stanford 38-28 W 40,306 H
N. 22 (11) Washington (16) 41-35 W
74,268 A
J. 1
(8) Michigan (1)* 16-21 L 101,219 Pa
*Rose Bowl
Coach: Mike Price

71

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS
1998 (3-8; 0-8)
DATE
S. 5
S. 12
S. 19
S. 26
O. 3
O. 10
O. 17
O. 31
N. 7
N. 14
N. 21

OPP
SCORE W/L
Illinois
20-13 W
Boise State
33-21 W
Idaho
24-16 W
California
14-24 L
UCLA (4)
17-49 L
Oregon (15)
29-51 L
USC
14-42 L
Arizona State
28-38 L
Arizona (10)
7-41 L
Stanford
28-38 L
Washington
9-16 L
Coach: Mike Price

2003 (10-3, 6-2)


ATT LOC
31,568 H
26,189 A
36,770 H
32,000 A
67,210 A
37,196 H
31,178 H
34,039 H
47,761 A
30,418 A
37,251 H

1999 (3-9; 1-7)


DATE OPP
Utah
S. 4
S. 11 Stanford
S. 18 Idaho
S. 25 Arizona
O. 2 California
O. 9 Louisiana-Laf.
O. 23 Arizona State
O. 30 Oregon State
N. 6 Oregon
N. 13 USC
N. 20 Washington
N. 27 Hawaii
Coach: Mike Price

SCORE
7-27
17-54
17-28
24-30
31-7
44-0
21-33
13-27
10-52
28-31
14-24
22-14

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

ATT LOC
26,179 H
36,592 A
34,873 H
26,787 H
27,682 H
23,276 H
57,537 A
34,240 H
44,090 A
23,065 H
72,973 A
45,382 A

2000 (4-7; 2-6)


DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 2
Stanford
10-24
S. 16 Utah
38-21
S. 23 Idaho
34-38
S. 30 California
21-17
O. 7 Boise State
42-35
O. 14 Arizona (22) 47-53 (OT)
O. 21 Arizona State 20-23 (OT)
O. 28 Oregon State (18) 9-38
N. 4 Oregon (7)
24-27 (OT)
N. 11 USC
33-27
N. 18 Washington (6)
3-51
Coach: Mike Price

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

ATT LOC
21,793 H
38,814 A
31,409 H
30,500 A
25,129 H
50,350 A
25,199 H
34,491 A
23,314 H
40,565 A
33,010 H

2001 (10-2; 6-2)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
A.30 Idaho
36-7 W
S.8
Boise State
41-20 W
S.22 California
51-20 W
S.29 Arizona
48-21 W
O.6
Oregon State
34-27 W
O.13 Stanford (23)
45-39 W
O.18 (19) Montana State 53-28 W
O.27 (14) Oregon (11) 17-24 L
N.3
(16) UCLA (9)
20-14 W
N.10 (11) Arizona State 28-16 W
N.17 (9) Washington (16) 14-26 L
D.31 (13) Purdue*
33-27 W
*Sun Bowl
Coach: Mike Price

ATT LOC
31,097 H
27,697 A
21,534 H
42,729 A
35,283 H
40,950 A
14,325 H
34,150 H
33,462 H
47,229 A
74,442 A
47,812 EP

2002 (10-3; 7-1)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
ATT LOC
A.31 (12) Nevada
31-7 W 63,588 Se
S. 7
(11) Idaho
49-14 W 30,110 H
S. 14 (10) Ohio State (6) 7-25 L 104,553 A
S. 21 (16) Montana State 45-28 W
23,713 H
S. 28 (16) California 48-38 W 29,297 A
O. 5 (17) USC (18) 30-27 (OT) W
36,861 H
O. 12 (12) Stanford 36-11 W 30,750 A
O. 26 (9) Arizona
21-13 W 46,462 A
N. 2
(8) Arizona State (16) 44-22 W
37,444 H
N. 9 (5) Oregon (15)
32-21 W
37,600 H
N. 23 (3) Washington 26-29 (3OT) L
37,600 H
D. 7 (7) UCLA
48-27 W 56,335 A
J. 1
(7) Oklahoma (8)* 14-34 L
86,848 Pa
*Rose Bowl
Coach: Mike Price

72

DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
25-0 W
A. 30 Idaho
S. 6
Notre Dame (19) 26-29 (OT) L
S. 13 Colorado (17)
47-26 W
S. 20 (24) New Mexico 23-13 W
S. 27 (21) Oregon (10) 55-16 W
30-7 W
O. 4 (14) Arizona
O. 18 (6) Stanford
24-14 W
O. 25 (6) Oregon State 36-30 W
16-43 L
N. 1 (6) USC (3)
N. 8 (12) UCLA
31-13 W
N. 15 (8) Arizona State 34-19 W
N. 22 (8) Washington 19-27 L
D. 30 (15) Texas (5)*
28-20 W
*Holiday Bowl
Coach: Bill Doba

2008 (2-11, 1-8)


ATT LOC
50,113 Se
80,795 A
48,146 A
32,344 H
57,473 A
34,923 H
48,526 A
35,117 H
82,478 A
33,846 H
30,423 H
74,549 A
61,102 SD

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

ATT LOC
34,860 A
56,188 Se
34,858 H
43,579 A
35,117 H
34,963 H
36,265 A
35,117 H
62,251 A
60,319 A
34,334 H

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

2013 (6-7, 4-5)


ATT LOC
50,830 Se
27,906 H
25,595 A
23,920 H
30,927 H
65,469 A
45,289 A
25,118 H
26,662 A
24,118 H
61,490 A
32,211 H
42,312 A

DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 5
Stanford
13-39
S. 12 Hawaii
20-38
33-30 (OT)
S. 19 SMU
S. 26 USC (12)
6-27
6-52
O. 3 Oregon (16)
O. 10 Arizona State
14-27
O. 24 California
17-49
O. 31 Notre Dame (25) 14-40
N. 7 Arizona (21)
7-48
7-43
N. 14 UCLA
N. 21 Oregon State (20) 10-42
N. 28 Washington
0-30
Coach: Paul Wulff

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

ATT LOC
22,386 H
42,912 Se
22,319 H
75,216 A
57,378 A
26,010 H
54,738 A
53,407 SA
50,242 A
25,661 H
16,167 H
68,697 A

2010 (2-10, 1-8)

2005 (4-7, 1-7)


DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 1
Idaho
38-26
S. 9
Nevada
55-21
S. 17 Grambling State
48-7
O. 1 Oregon State
33-44
O. 8 Stanford
21-24
O. 15 UCLA (12)
41-44 (OT)
O. 22 California (25)
38-42
O. 29 USC (1)
13-55
N. 5 Arizona State
24-27
N. 12 Oregon
31-34
N. 19 Washington
26-22
Coach: Bill Doba

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

ATT LOC
28,339 H
17,552 A
51,486 Se
42,908 A
33,442 H
35,117 H
52,569 A
92,021 A
31,054 H
27,595 H
70,713 A

DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
S. 4
Oklahoma State 17-65 L
S. 11 Montana State
23-22 W
S. 18 SMU
21-35 L
S. 25 USC (20)
16-50 L
O. 2 UCLA
28-42 L
O. 9 Oregon (3)
23-43 L
O. 15 Arizona (17)
7-24 L
O. 23 Stanford (12)
28-38 L
O. 30 Arizona State
0-42 L
N. 6 California
13-20 L
N. 13 Oregon State
31-14 W
D. 4 Washington
28-35 L
Coach: Paul Wulff

ATT LOC
48,962 A
26,356 H
18,184 A
24,310 H
62,072 A
24,768 H
23,955 H
36,679 A
44,903 A
17,648 H
45,389 A
30,157 H

2006 (6-6, 4-5)


DATE OPP
S. 2
Auburn (4)
S. 9
Idaho
S. 16 Baylor
S. 23 Stanford
S. 30 USC (3)
O. 7 Oregon State
O. 14 California (10)
O. 21 Oregon (16)
O. 28 UCLA
N. 4 (25) Arizona
N. 11 Arizona State
N. 18 Washington
Coach: Bill Doba

SCORE
14-40
56-10
17-15
36-10
22-28
13-6
3-21
34-23
37-15
17-27
17-47
32-35

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

ATT LOC
87,451 A
29,431 H
41,358 Se
37,498 A
35,117 H
42,951 A
31,441 H
35,117 H
53,058 A
35,117 H
53,289 A
35,117 H

2007 (5-7, 3-6)


DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 1
Wisconsin (7)
21-42
S. 8
San Diego State 45-17
S. 15 Idaho
45-28
S. 22 USC (1)
14-47
S. 29 Arizona
20-48
O. 6 Arizona State (18) 20-23
O. 13 Oregon (9)
7-53
O. 27 UCLA
27-7
N. 3 California
17-20
N. 10 Stanford
33-17
N. 17 Oregon State
17-52
N. 24 Washington
42-35
Coach: Bill Doba

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

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

DATE OPP
A. 31 Auburn
S. 7
USC (25)
S. 14 Southern Utah
S. 21 Idaho
S. 28 Stanford (5)
O. 5 California
O. 12 Oregon State
O. 19 Oregon (2)
O. 31 Arizona St. (25)
N. 16 Arizona
N. 23 Utah
N. 29 Washington
D. 21 Colorado St.*
*New Mexico Bowl
Coach: Mike Leach

SCORE
24-31
10-7
48-10
42-0
17-55
44-22
24-52
38-62
21-55
24-17
49-37
17-27
45-48

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

ATT LOC
85,095 A
77,823 A
31,127 H
31,521 H
40,095 Se
44,682 A
31,955 H
56,949 A
20,617 H
42,080 A
23,112 H
71.753 A
27,104 Abq

2009 (1-11, 0-9)

2004 (5-6, 3-5)


DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 3
New Mexico
21-17
12-20
S. 11 Colorado
S. 18 Idaho
49-8
20-19
S. 25 Arizona
O. 9 Oregon
38-41
O. 16 Stanford
17-23
19-38
O. 23 Oregon State
O. 30 USC (1)
12-42
31-29
N. 6 UCLA
N. 13 Arizona State (20) 28-45
N. 20 Washington
28-25
Coach: Bill Doba

DATE OPP
SCORE
A. 30 Oklahoma State 13-39
S. 6
California
3-66
S. 12 Baylor
17-45
48-9
S. 20 Portland State
S. 27 Oregon (22)
14-63
3-28
O. 4 UCLA
O. 11 Oregon State
13-66
O. 18 USC (6)
0-69
0-58
N. 1 Stanford
N. 8 Arizona
28-59
0-31
N. 15 Arizona State
N. 22 Washington 16-13 (2OT)
N. 29 Hawaii
10-24
Coach: Paul Wulff

ATT LOC
81,547 A
46,290 Se
32,064 H
86,876 A
50,945 A
35,117 H
58,749 A
31,027 H
55,711 A
31,110 H
22,660 H
72,888 A

2011 (4-8, 2-7)


(Pac-12 Conference Begins)
DATE OPP
SCORE
S. 3
Idaho State
64-21
S. 10 UNLV
59-7
S. 17 San Diego State 24-42
O. 1 Colorado
31-27
O. 8 UCLA
25-28
O. 15 Stanford (7)
14-44
O. 22 Oregon State
21-44
O. 29 Oregon (7)
28-43
N. 5 California
7-30
N. 12 Arizona State
37-27
N. 19 Utah
27-30 (OT)
N. 26 Washington
21-38
Coach: Paul Wulff

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

ATT LOC
22,034 H
27,018 H
57,286 A
51,928 A
64,217 A
30,843 H
49,219 Se
59,126 A
35,506 A
27,213 H
26,419 H
64,559 A

2012 (3-9, 1-8)


DATE OPP
SCORE W/L
ATT LOC
S. 1
BYU
6-30 L 57,045 A
S. 8
Eastern Wash.
24-20 W
33,548 H
S. 15 UNLV
35-27 W
17,015 A
S. 22 Colorado
34-35 L
31,668 H
S. 29 Oregon (2)
26-51 L 60,929 Se
O. 6 Oregon State (14) 6-19 L
46,579 A
O. 13 California
17-31 L
27,339 H
O. 27 Stanford (19)
17-24 L
41,496 A
N. 3 Utah
6-49 L
45,069 A
N. 10 UCLA (17)
36-44 L 28,110 H
N. 17 Arizona State
7-46 L 53,438 A
N. 23 Washington 31-28 (OT) W
30,544 H
Coach: Mike Leach

2014 (3-9, 2-7)


DATE OPP
SCORE
A. 28 Rutgers
38-41
S. 5
Nevada
13-24
59-21
S. 13 Portland State
S. 20 Oregon (2)
31-38
28-27
S. 27 Utah
O. 4 California
59-60
O. 10 Stanford (25)
17-34
37-59
O. 25 Arizona (15)
N. 1 USC
17-44
N. 8 Oregon State
39-32
N. 22 Arizona State (13) 31-52
N. 29 Washington
13-31
Coach: Mike Leach

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

ATT LOC
30,927 Se
26,023 A
30,874 H
32,952 H
45,859 A
30,020 H
44,135 A
32,952 H
25,012 H
44,377 A
51,428 A
32,952 H

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

73

ALL-TIME RECORDS AGAINST


FIRST-LAST
GAME
SCHOOL
1930-1930
Alabama, University of (Rose Bowl)
1963-2014
Arizona, University of
1960-2014 Arizona State University
1963-1980
Army
2006-2013
Auburn
1984-1984
Ball State
1952-2008
Baylor University
1906-1907
Blair Business College
1908-1913
Bremerton Navy
1981-2012 Brigham Young
1997-2001
Boise State
1915-1915
Brown University (Rose Bowl)
1919-2013
California, University of
1926-1932
College of Idaho
1981-2012
Colorado, University of
2013-2013
Colorado State University
1896-1896
Company C-NGW
1909-1960
Denver, University of
Detroit, University of
1934-1934
Eastern Washington State College
1907-2012
1987-1994
Fresno State
1911-1941 Gonzaga University
2005-2005
Grambling State University
1925-2009
Hawaii, University of
Honolulu All-Stars
1925-1925
1929-1929
Honolulu Townies
1959-1988
Houston, University of
1894-2013
Idaho, University of
2011-2011
Idaho State University
Illinois, University of (Urbana-Champaign)
1969-1998
1961-1965
Indiana University (Bloomington)
1953-1969
Iowa, University of
1955-1977
Kansas, University of
1896-1905
Lewiston
Louisiana-Lafayette
1997-1998
1983-1997
Michigan, University of
1942-1977
Michigan State University
1965-1988
Minnesota, University of (Minneapolis)
Missouri, University of (Columbia)
1961-1961
1903-1995
Montana, University of
1905-2001
Montana State University
1927-1929
Mount St. Charles
1910-1919
Multnomah Athletic Club (Portland)
1920-1995
Nebraska, University of (Lincoln)
2002-2014
Nevada-Reno
1978-2012
Nevada-Las Vegas
2003-2004
New Mexico
1958-1958
Northwestern University
2003-2009
Notre Dame
1952-1991
Ohio State University
1938-2003
Oklahoma, University of
1951-2010
Oklahoma State University
1901-2014
Oregon, University of
1903-2014
Oregon State University

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WSU WSU WSU WSU


POINTS
PERCENT
WON
LOST
TIED
POINTS
AGAINST
WSU WINS
0
1
0
0
24
.000
14
26
0
884
1104
.350
13 26 2 935 1210 .341
1 1 1 52 62
.500
0 2 0 38 71
.000
1 0 0 16 14
1.000
2 4 0 62
124
.333
2 0 0 97 0
1.000
2 0 0 70 12
1.000
1 3 0 124 159 .250
4 0 0
174 77
1.000
1
0
0
14
0
1.000
26
45
5
1377
1855
.375
7
0
0
315
12
1.000
3
5
0
174
183
.375
0
1
0
45
48
.000
1 0 0 24 0
1.000
0
2
0
32
39
.000
0 1 0 0 6
.000
3
0
0
143
20
1.000
3 1 0
134 98
.750
18 5 3 497 120 .750
1 0 0 48 7
1.000
2
3
0
91
103
.400
1 0 0 24 7
1.000
1 0 0 12 0
1.000
2
1
0
63
61
.667
71
17
3
1959
728
.797
1
0
0
64
21
1.000
5
2
0
168
114
.714
2
1
0
36
55
.667
1
3
1
81
149
.300
2
7
0
110
218
.222
4 1 1
102 18
.750
2 0 0
121 7
1.000
0
4
0
65
126
.000
2
5
0
95
103
.286
3
2
0
111
111
.600
0
1
0
6
28
.000
32
2
0
886
178
.941
7
0
0
286
106
1.000
1 0 1 44 6
.750
2
1
0
58
7
.667
3
1
0
95
77
.750
2 1 0 99 52
.667
6 0 0
243 96
1.000
2 0 0 44 30
1.000
0 1 0 28 29
.000
0 2 0 40 69
.000
0
7
0
97
274
.000
0
3
0
14
83
.000
2
2
0
66
124
.500
38
47
7
1654
1900
.451
49
47
3
1658
1588
.510

ALL-TIME RECORDS AGAINST


FIRST-LAST
GAME
SCHOOL
1953-1993
Pacific, University of (Stockton)
1902-1924
Pacific, University of (Oregon)
1947-1948
Penn State University
1995-1995
Pittsburgh
1947-1947
Portland, University of
2008-2014
Portland State University
1903-1936
Puget Sound, University of
2001-2001
Purdue
2014-2014
Rutgers University
2007-2011
San Diego State
1955-1996
San Jose State University
1951-1951
Santa Clara, University of
1942-1942
Second Air Force
1921-2014
Southern California, University of
2009-2010
Southern Methodist
1895-1907
Spokane Athletic Club
1894-1905
Spokane High School
1908-1908
Spokane YMCA
St. Louis University
1907-1907
1934-1935
St. Marys College (California)
1936-2014 Stanford University
1979-1979
Syracuse University
Temple
1992-1996
1980-1994 Tennessee
1954-2003
Texas, University of
1941-1942
Texas A&M University
1953-1990
Texas Christian University
1963-1964
Texas Tech University
Tulane University
1931-1931
1928-2012 UCLA
1966-2014
Utah, University of
1949-1961
Utah State University
1930-1965
Villanova University
Walla Walla Athletic Club
1900-1900
1900-2014
Washington, University of
1897-1929 Whitman College
1905-1935
Willamette University
Wisconsin
1976-2007
1962-1990
Wyoming, University of
Whitworth of Tacoma
1909-1909
1917-1917
362nd Infantry

WSU WSU WSU WSU


POINTS
PERCENT
WON
LOST
TIED
POINTS
AGAINST
WSU WINS
8
5
0
308
171
.615
2
1
0
89
6
.667
0 2 0 6 34
.000
0 1 0 13 17
.000
1 0 0 35 0
1.000
2
0
0
107
30
1.000
3
0
1
176
6
.875
1 0 0 33 27
1.000
0 1 0 38 41
.000
1
1
0
69
59
.500
7
4
1
334
166
.625
1
0
0
34
20
1.000
0 0 1 6 6
.000
9
59
4
907
2159
.153
1 1 0 51 62
.500
7
0
0
151
12
1.000
2
1
0
91
18
.667
1 0 0 33 0
1.000
1 0 0 11 0
1.000
0
1
1
13
16
.000
25 39 1 1300 1916 .392
0 1 0 25 52
.000
2 0 0 89 44
1.000
1 4 0 114 113 .200
1
2
0
50
101
.333
0 2 0 0 28
.000
1
1
0
28
24
.500
0
2
0
17
44
.000
0 1 0 14 28
.000
18 40 1 1115 1572 .314
7
7
0
383
416
.500
2
1
0
93
40
.667
2 0 0 37 14
1.000
1 0 0 5 0
1.000
32
69
6
1517
2319
.327
18 3 1 366 104 .841
2 1 0 66 11
.667
0 2 0 47 77
.000
3
2
0
113
128
.600
1
0
0
38
0
1.000
0 0 1 0 0
.000

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS

WSU-ARIZONA

WSU Wins: 14 Arizona Wins: 26


DATE LOC ATT
WSU-AZ
10-5-63 S 18,200 7-2
10-3-64 A 29,400 12-28
10-16-65 S 16,500 21-3
11-12-66 A 23,000 18-28
11-2-68 A 31,400 14-28
9-18-71 S 13,500 28-39
9-23-72 A 30,000 28-6
11-8-78 A 49,557 24-31
9-8-79 S 26,753 7-22
10-18-80 A 47,132 38-14
10-24-81 A 50,265 34-19
10-30-82 H 27,412 17-34
9-17-83 H 25,000 6-45
9-14-85 A 46,437 7-12
11-8-86 H 17,000 6-31
10-24-87 H 22,269 45-28
10-15-88 A 48,287 28-45
10-21-89 H 36,090 21-23
10-27-90 A 27,245 34-42
11-9-91 H 21,520 40-27
9-12-92 A 39,112 23-20
10-23-93 A 46,675
6-9
10-15-94 H 37,600 7-10
10-28-95 H 32,924 14-24
10-5-96 A 47,405 26-34
10-25-97 H 31,137 35-34
11-7-98 A 47,761 7-41
9-25-99 H 26,787 24-30
10-14-00 A 50,350 47-53(OT)
9-29-01 A 42,729 48-21
10-26-02 A 46,462 21-13
10-4-03 H 34,923 30-7
9-25-04 A 43,579 20-19
11-4-06 H 35,117 17-27
9-29-07 A 50.945 20-48
11-8-08 H 24,118 28-59
11-7-09 A 50,242 7-48
10-16-10 H 23,955 7-24
11-16-13 A 42,080 24-17
10-25-14 H 32,952 37-59

WSU-ARIZONA STATE

10-31-13 H 20,617
11-22-14 A 51,428
W/L
W
L
W
L
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
W
W
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
W
L

WSU Wins: 13* ASU Wins: 26 Ties: 2


DATE LOC ATT
WSU-AZ W/L
10-1-60 A 29,600 21-24
L
10-6-62 A 31,015 24-24
T
11-13-65 A 32,872
6-7
L
10-9-66 H 18,700 24-15
W
10-21-67 S 16,500 20-31
L
10-12-68 A 36,226 14-41
L
10-10-70 A 46,098 30-37
L
9-22-73 A 51,252 9-20
L
9-23-78 S 33,507 51-26
W
10-20-79 A 70,729 17-28*
W
11-11-80 A 64,333 21-27
L
9-26-81 H 24,481 24-21
W
10-22-83 A 67,516 31-21
W
10-26-85 H 14,875 16-21
L
9-27-86 A 70,543 21-21
T
10-17-87 A 70,341 17-38
L
10-22-88 H 33,170 28-31
L
10-28-89 A 62,416 39-44
L
11-10-90 H 20,070 26-51
L
10-19-91 A 48,682 17-3
W
11-7-92 H 15,441 20-18
W
10-9-93 H 27,077 44-25
W
10-22-94 A 46,494 28-21
W
11-1-97 A 73,644 31-44
L
10-31-98 H 34,039 28-38
L
10-23-99 A 57,537 21-33
L
10-21-00 H 25,199 20-23(OT)
L
10-10-01 A 47,229 28-16
W
11-2-02 H 37,444 44-22
W
11-15-03 H 30,423 34-19
W
11-13-04 A 60,319 28-45
L
11-5-05 H 31,054 24-27
L
11-11-06 A 53,289 17-47
L
10-6-07 H 35,117 20-23
L
11-15-08 A 61,490 0-31
L
10-10-09 H 26,010 14-27
L
10-30-10 A 44,903 0-42
L
11-12-11 H 27,213 37-27
W
11-17-12 A 53,438 7-46
L

76

21-55
31-52

L
L

*Includes ASU forfeit in 1979

WSU-CALIFORNIA

WSU Wins: 26 Cal Wins: 45 Ties: 5


DATE LOC ATT WSU-CAL
10-25-19 A N/A
14-0
11-6-20 A 20,000 0-49
10-29-21 P 12,000 0-14
11-4-22 A 20,000 0-61
10-27-23 P 11,000
0-9
10-25-24 A 35,000 7-20
11-7-25 A 30,000 0-35
10-13-28 A 30,000 3-13
10-12-29 A 40,000 0-14
10-4-30 A 35,000 16-0
10-17-31 P 12,000 7-13
10-15-32 A 25,000
7-2
10-21-33 H 16,000
6-6
10-31-36 A 35,000 14-13
10-9-37 A 40,000 0-27
10-1-38 H 10,000 3-27
10-21-39 A 35,000 7-13
10-12-40 A 25,000
9-6
10-4-41 H 5,000
13-6
11-3-45 A 40,000 7-7
11-2-46 A 30,000 14-47
10-18-47 A 36,000 6-21
11-13-48 A 40,000 14-44
11-5-49 A 40,000 14-33
10-13-51 H 17,500 35-42
11-15-52 A 26,000 13-28
10-16-54 A 27,000 7-17
10-8-55 A 33,000 20-20
11-17-56 A 32,000 14-13
9-28-57 H 16,000 13-7
10-4-58 A 25,000 14-34
9-19-59 S 24,850 6-20
10-8-60 A 31,000 21-21
9-17-66 S 23,300 6-21
10-25-69 S 16,700 0-17
10-24-70 A 26,103 0-45
10-16-71 S 12,600 23-24
9-16-72 A 30,794 23-37
10-17-73 H 13,082 31-28
11-16-74 A 26,573 33-37
9-27-75 H 24,500 21-33
11-13-76 A 30,000 22-23
10-8-77 A 27,500 17-10
11-11-78 A 28,750 14-22
11-10-79 H 22,055 13-45
11-15-80 A 30,000 31-17
10-14-81 S 31,000 19-0
11-13-82 A 34,060 14-34
11-12-83 H 15,000 16-6
11-10-84 A 30,135 33-7
9-7-85 H 30,135 20-19
9-20-86 A 41,500 21-31
11-29-87 Tokyo 54,000
17-17
10-8-88 H 27,077 44-13
11-11-89 A 33,000 26-38
10-22-90 H 32,229 41-31
10-16-93 H 30,117 34-7
10-29-94 A 34,000 26-23
11-4-95 A 31,000 11-27
10-19-96 H 27,182 21-18
10-18-97 H 35,759 63-37
9-26-98 A 32,000 14-24
10-2-99 H 27,682 31-7
9-30-00 A 30,500 21-17
9-22-01 H 21,534 51-20
9-28-02 A 29,297 48-38
10-22-05 A 52,569 38-42
10-14-06 H 31,441 3-21
11-3-07 A 55,711 17-20
9-6-08 H 27,906 3-66
10-24-09 A 54,738 17-49
11-6-10 H 17,648 13-20
11-5-11 A 35,506 7-30
10-12-12 H 27,339 17-31
10-5-13 A 44,682 44-22
10-4-14 H 30,020 59-60

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

W/L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
W
T
W
L
L
L
W
W
T
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
T
W
W
L
L
T
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
T
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
L

WSU-COLORADO

WSU Wins: 3 CU Wins: 5


DATE LOC ATT
WSU-CU
9-19-81 A 35,277 14-10
9-18-82 S 30,923 0-12
9-26-87 A 43,527 17-26
8-31-96 A 51,481 19-37
9-23-03 A 48,146 47-26
9-11-04 Se 56,188 12-20
10-1-11 A 51,928 31-27
9-22-12 H 31,668 34-35

WSU-OREGON

W/L
W
L
L
L
W
L
W
L

WSU Wins: 38* Oregon Wins: 47 Ties: 7


DATE LOC ATT WSU-ORE W/L
11-9-01 H N/A
16-0
W
11-7-03 A N/A
0-0
T
10-27-11 H N/A
0-6
L
10-26-12 A N/A
7-0
W
10-17-14 H N/A
0-7
L
10-9-15 H N/A
28-3
W
11-11-16 P 6,000
3-12
L
10-20-17 H N/A
26-3
W
11-8-19 P 12,000 7-0
W
11-5-21 H 6,000
7-7
T
11-11-22 A 12,000 0-13
L
13-7
W
11-3-23 H 6,000
11-15-24 P 10,000
7-7
T
11-13-26 H 8,000
7-0
W
10-24-36 A 12,000
3-0
W
11-6-37 P 13,362 6-10
L
9-24-38 H 6,000
2-10
L
11-4-39 A 2,800
0-38
L
10-6-40 H 6,500
6-6
T
11-1-41 A 5,000
13-0
W
10-3-42 H 8,000
7-0
W
10-20-45 A 6,500
13-26
L
11-10-45 H 3,000
20-13
W
10-19-46 A 18,000
0-0
T
11-8-47 H 15,000 6-12
L
10-23-48 A 20,000 7-33
L
10-8-49
H
16,000
0-21
L
11-4-50 A 15,176 21-13
W
10-27-51 H 12,000 41-6
W
11-8-52 A 12,500 19-6
W
10-10-53 H 16,000
7-0
W
11-13-54 A 16,000 14-26
L
11-5-55 H 9,000
0-35
L
11-10-56 A 13,200
7-7
T
10-9-57 H 19,000 13-14
L
10-18-58 A 18,500
6-0
W
10-3-59 A 16,800 6-14
L
11-14-59 H 15,500
6-7
L
10-15-60 A 18,500 12-21
L
11-11-61 H 10,200 22-21
W
11-10-62 A 19,400 10-28
L
11-9-63 H 13,000 7-21
L
11-7-64 A 19,000 21-21
T
11-6-65 H 20,000 27-7
W
11-5-66 A 17,500 14-13
W
11-4-67 H 19,000 13-17
L
11-9-68 A 23,000 13-27
L
10-4-69 H 21,092 24-25
L
10-3-70 A 21,800 13-28
L
10-30-71 S 25,400 31-21
W
10-14-72 A 23,000 31-14
W
10-3-73 H 19,800 21-14
W
11-2-74 A 21,500 21-16
W
11-1-75 H 18,100 14-26
L
10-30-76 A 22,200 23-22
W
10-29-77 H 27,200 56-20
W
10-28-78 A 25,000 7-31*
W
10-27-79 H 18,650 26-37*
W
11-1-80 A 30,093 10-20
L
11-7-81 H 33,500 39-7
W
11-6-82 A 20,178 10-3
W
11-12-83 H 29,500 24-7
W
10-27-84 A 24,874 50-41
W
8-31-85 H 25,900 39-42
L
11-15-86 A 25,137 17-27
L
11-14-87 H 14,089 17-31
L
9-17-88 H 30,263 28-43
L
10-7-89 A 44,639 51-38
W
9-7-91 A 42,995 14-40
L
10-31-92 H 25,450 17-34
L
10-30-93 A 35,846 23-46
L

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS


10-8-94 H 37,600 21-7
10-21-95 A 46,109 7-26
9-21-96 H 30,124 55-44
10-4-97 A 43,516 24-13
10-10-98 H 37,196 29-51
11-6-99 A 44,090 10-52
11-4-00 H 23,314 24-27(OT)
10-27-01 H 34,150 17-24
11-9-02 H 37,600 32-21
9-27-03 A 57,473 55-16
10-9-04 H 35,117 38-41
11-12-05 H 27,595 31-34
10-21-06 H 35,117 34-23
10-13-07 A 58,749 7-53
9-27-08 H 30,927 14-63
10-3-09 A 57,378 6-52
10-9-10 H 24,768 23-43
10-29-11 A 59,126 28-43
9-29-12 Se 60,929 26-51
10-19-13 A 56,949 38-62
9-20-14 H 32,952 31-38

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

* Includes Oregon forfeits in 1978-79

WSU-OREGON STATE

WSU Wins: 49 OSU Wins: 47 Ties: 3


DATE LOC ATT WSU-OSU
11-11-03 A N/A
0-6
10-21-05 A N/A
0-29
10-29-10 P N/A
3-9
11-11-11 A N/A
0-6
11-11-12 H N/A
10-9
11-15-13 A N/A
2-10
10-24-14 H N/A
0-7
10-16-15 A 3,000
29-0
10-14-16 H N/A
10-13
11-16-17 A N/A
6-0
11-22-19 P 7,500
0-6
11-13-20 H 3,000
8-0
11-11-21 A 10,000
7-3
11-25-22 P 6,000
0-16
11-17-23 T 3,000
3-3
11-8-24 H 3,000 13-14
10-29-27 A 10,000 6-13
10-10-28 H 10,000
9-7
11-2-29 P 15,000 9-0
11-1-30 P 32,600 14-7
10-31-31 P 15,000
7-6
10-22-32 A 5,000
7-6
10-28-33 P 10,000
0-2
10-27-34 H 13,000 31-0
10-26-35 P 20,000 26-13
11-7-36 H 13,000 6-16
11-20-37 A 12,000
7-0
10-22-38 P 10,000
6-7
10-28-39 A 8,000
0-13
11-9-40 A 8,000
0-21
10-25-41 H 10,000
7-0
10-24-42 P 21,786 26-13
10-6-45 H 9,000
33-0
11-17-45 A 8,000
13-6
10-26-46 H 15,000 12-13
11-15-47 A 12,400 14-13
11-6-48 H 12,000 26-26
10-29-49 A 15,000 6-35
11-18-50 H 12,000 21-7
10-21-51 A 15,500 26-13
10-25-52 H 14,000 33-20
11-14-53 A 13,500
0-7
10-9-54 H 15,000 34-6
10-22-55 A 17,000 6-14
10-20-56 H 14,500 6-21
11-2-57 A 20,200 25-39
11-8-58 H 17,500 7-0
10-31-59 A 17,601 14-0
11-5-60 H 15,600 10-20
11-4-61 A 13,716 6-14
11-3-62 H 16,500 12-18
10-9-63 A 17,810 6-30
10-31-64 H 16,000 7-24
10-30-65 A 20,079 10-8
10-29-66 H 18,500 13-41
10-28-67 A 18,115 7-35
10-26-68 H 20,781 8-16
11-15-69 A 23,679 3-38
11-14-70 S 16,300 16-28
11-13-71 A 20,385 14-21

W/L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
W
L
W
L
W
W
L
T
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
W
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
T
L
W
W
W
L
W
L
L
L
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L

11-21-72 H 22,100
11-10-73 A 17,336
11-9-74 H 17,500
11-8-75 A 13,489
11-6-76 H 20,122
11-5-77 A 22,657
11-4-78 H 20,061
11-3-79 A 21,500
11-8-80 H 15,561
10-10-81 A 32,500
10-9-82 H 22,937
11-5-83 A 32,500
11-3-84 H 26,000
10-12-85 A 27,236
10-4-86 H 25,200
11-12-88 H 19,702
9-16-89 H 26,883
10-20-90 A 27,245
10-5-91 H 25,100
10-10-92 A 30,459
9-18-93 H 24,682
11-12-94 A 26,438
10-7-95 H 31,876
10-12-96 A 26,722
10-30-99 H 34,240
10-28-00 A 34,491
10-6-01 H 35,283
10-25-03 H 35,117
10-23-04 A 36,265
10-1-05 A 42,908
10-7-06 A 42,951
11-17-07 H 22,660
10-11-08 A 45,289
11-21-09 H 16,167
11-6-10 A 45,389
10-22-11 Se 49,219
10-6-12 A 46,579
10-12-13 H 31,955
11-8-14 A 44,377

37-7
13-7
3-17
0-7
29-24
24-10
31-32
45-42
28-7
23-0
14-14
27-9
20-3
34-0
24-14
36-27
41-3
55-24
55-7
35-10
51-6
3-21
40-14
24-3
13-27
9-38
34-27
36-30
19-38
33-44
13-6
17-52
13-66
10-42
31-14
21-44
6-19
24-52
39-32

W
W
L
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
T
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
W

WSU-PORTLAND STATE

WSU Wins: 2 PSU Wins: 0


DATE LOC ATT WSU-PSU
9-20-08 H 23,920 48-9
9-13-14 H 30,874 59-21

W/L
W
W

WSU-RUTGERS

WSU Wins: 0 RUT Wins: 1


DATE LOC ATT WSU-RUT W/L
8-28-14 Se 30,927 38-41
L

WSU-STANFORD

WSU Wins: 25 Stanford Wins: 39 Ties: 1


DATE LOC ATT WSU-STAN W/L
9-3-36 H 23,000 14-13
W
11-13-37 A 15,000 0-23
L
10-8-38 A 12,000 0-8
L
11-18-39 A 6,000
7-0
W
10-19-40 H 23,500 14-26
L
11-15-41 A 45,000 14-13
W
9-26-42 A 15,000 6-0
W
11-16-46 A 18,000 26-27
L
9-2-48 H 17,300 14-7
W
11-11-50 A 15,000 18-28
L
11-3-51 A 49,000 13-21
L
9-27-52 H 25,000 13-14
L
10-31-53 A 18,500 19-48
L
10-30-54 A 13,000 30-26
W
9-22-56 S 23,500 26-40
L
10-12-57 A 25,000 21-18
W
9-10-58 H 20,750 40-6
W
10-17-59 A 28,500 36-19
W
9-17-60 S 22,000 15-14
W
11-18-61 A 21,000 30-0
W
10-13-62 S 17,000 21-6
W
11-16-63 A
27,500
32-15
W
9-9-64 S 19,000 29-23
W
10-14-67 A 26,000 10-31
L
10-19-68 S 15,700 21-21
T
10-18-69 A 31,000 0-49
L
10-17-70 S 30,400 16-63
L
10-23-71 A 52,250 24-23
W
11-11-72 H 20,500 27-13
W
10-27-73 A 48,000 14-45
L

10-26-74 H 22,000
11-25-75 A 35,000
10-23-76 H 24,300
10-22-77 A 47,500
10-21-78 H 27,411
10-25-80 H 30,371
10-23-82 H 34,060
10-20-84 A 33,000
11-1-86 A 35,000
10-10-87 H 31,538
11-5-88 A 36,500
10-14-89 H 24,617
11-3-90 A 30,000
11-16-91 H 18,238
11-14-92 A 52,018
11-11-95 H 26,572
11-16-96 A 30,280
11-15-97 H 40,306
11-14-98 A 30,418
9-11-99 A 36,592
9-2-00 H 21,793
10-13-01 A 40,950
10-12-02 A 30,750
10-18-03 A 48,526
10-16-04 H 34,963
10-8-05 H 33,442
9-23-06 A 37,498
11-10-07 H 31,110
11-1-08 A 26,662
9-5-09 H 22,386
10-23-10 A 36,679
10-15-11 H 30,843
10-27-12 A 41,496
9-28-13 Se 40,095
10-10-14 A 44,135

18-20
14-54
16-22
29-31
27-43
34-48
26-31
49-42
12-42
7-44
24-21
31-13
13-31
14-49
3-40
24-36
17-33
38-28
28-38
17-54
10-24
45-39
36-11
24-14
17-23
21-24
36-10
33-17
0-58
13-39
28-38
14-44
17-24
17-55
17-34

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

WSU-UCLA

WSU Wins: 18 UCLA Wins: 40 Ties: 1


DATE LOC ATT WSU-UCLA W/L
10-10-28 P 1,000
38-0
W
10-3-31 H 10,000 13-0
W
11-24-32 A 35,000
3-0
W
11-30-33 A 20,000
0-7
L
11-14-36 A 35,000 32-7
W
10-23-37 A 20,000
3-0
W
11-5-38 H 8,000
0-21
L
11-30-39 A 25,000 7-24
L
11-16-40 A 35,000 26-34
L
9-26-41 A 35,000 6-7
L
9-18-48 A 43,399 26-48
L
10-22-49 H 21,000 20-27
L
9-30-50 A 20,117 0-42
L
10-24-53 A 27,608 7-44
L
10-1-55 H 20,000 0-55
L
10-13-56 A 27,192 0-28
L
10-9-57 S 27,000 13-19
L
11-1-58 A 25,090 38-20
W
9-30-67 S 24,200 23-51
L
9-28-68 A 41,759 21-31
L
10-11-69 H 22,100 14-46
L
10-30-70 A 30,029 9-54
L
10-9-71 S 30,500 21-34
L
10-28-72 A 29,950 20-35
L
10-20-73 S 32,200 13-24
L
10-9-74 A 30,686 13-17
L
10-11-75 S 28,500 23-37
L
10-16-76 A 35,508 3-62
L
10-15-77 S 37,750 16-27
L
10-14-78 A 40,023 31-45
L
10-13-79 H 32,651 17-14
W
10-17-81 H 40,000 17-17
T
10-16-82 A 41,752 17-42
L
10-15-83 H 30,000 14-24
L
10-13-84 A 40,122 24-27
L
10-19-85 H 32,302 30-31
L
10-25-86 A 46,189 16-54
L
10-29-88 A 51,970 34-30
W
9-29-90 H 34,190 20-30
L
11-2-91 A 43,592 3-44
L
10-17-92 H 32,208 30-17
W
11-6-93 H 34,987 27-40
L
9-24-94 A 42,877 21-0
W
9-23-95 H 33,711 24-15
W
11-9-96 A 40,421 14-38
L
8-29-97 H 26,000 37-34
W
10-3-98 A 67,210 17-49
L

77

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS

11-3-01 H 33,462 20-14


12-7-02 A 56,335 48-27
11-8-03 H 33,846 31-13
11-6-04 A 62,251 31-29
10-15-05
H
35,117
41-44 OT
10-28-06 A 53,058 37-15
10-27-07 H 31,027 27-7
10-4-08 A 65,469 3-28
11-14-09 H 25,661 7-43
10-2-10 A 62,072 28-42
10-8-11 A 64,217 25-28
11-10-12 H 28,110 36-44

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

(UCLA home games since 1982 played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.)

WSU-USC

WSU Wins: 9 USC Wins: 59 Ties: 4


DATE LOC ATT WSU-USC
12-3-21 Pa 6,000
7-28
11-30-22 Pa 11,000
3-41
10-26-25 A 20,000 17-12
10-9-26 A N/A
7-16
11-19-27 A 40,000 0-27
11-17-28 A 50,000 13-27
11-30-29 A 45,000 7-27
10-11-30 H 22,000
7-6
10-10-31 A N/A
6-38
10-1-32 A 40,000 0-20
10-7-33 A 40,000 0-33
10-6-34 A 50,000 19-0
10-16-35 A 40,000 10-20
10-17-36 A 25,000
0-0
10-30-37 H 8,700
0-0
10-15-38 A 35,000 6-19
10-7-39 A 45,000 0-27
9-28-40 A 40,000 14-14
10-18-41 A 40,000
6-7
10-17-42 A 45,000 12-26
9-27-46 A 68,282 7-13
9-27-47 A 48,123 0-21
10-1-49 A 36,243 7-35
9-7-50 H 16,000 20-20
9-22-51 A 28,876 21-31
9-19-52 A 58,288 7-35
9-19-53 H 19,000 13-29
9-17-54 A 37,645 0-39
9-17-55 A 35,051 12-50
10-3-56 H 13,000 12-28
10-26-57 A 24,902 13-12
10-25-58 S 25,090 6-14
9-15-67 A 44,364 0-49
10-8-69 A 47,158 7-28
10-7-70 S 14,500 33-70
10-6-71 A 57,432 20-30
10-4-72 Se 46,500 3-44
10-13-73 A 50,975 35-46
10-12-74 S 32,000 7-54
10-18-75 A 47,468 10-28
10-9-76 Se 37,268 14-23
9-30-77 A 61,809 7-41
10-6-79 A 55,117 21-51
10-31-81 A 60,972 17-41
10-8-83 A 43,106 17-38
10-6-84 H 33,000 27-29
11-2-85 A 46,954 13-31
10-11-86 H 26,000 34-14
10-31-87 A 24,834 7-42
9-30-89 H 38,434 17-18
10-6-90 A 59,357 17-30
10-12-91 H 23,997 27-34
10-24-92 A 54,038 21-31
9-25-93 A 48,471 3-34
11-5-94 H 36,686 10-23
10-14-95 A 51,131 14-26
10-26-96 H 33,111 24-29
9-13-97 A 51,655 28-21
10-17-98 H 31,178 14-42
11-13-99 H 23,065 28-31
11-11-00 A 40,565 33-27
10-5-02
H
36,861
30-27 OT
11-1-03 A 82,748 16-43
10-30-04 H 35,117 12-42
10-29-05 A 92,021 13-55
9-30-06 H 35,117 22-28
9-22-07 A 86,876 14-47
10-18-08 H 25,118 0-69

78

W/L
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
W
L
T
T
L
L
T
L
L
L
L
L
T
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
L

9-26-09 A 75,216 6-27


9-25-10 H 24,310 16-50
9-7-13 A 77,823 10-7
11-1-14 H 25,012 17-44

L
L
W
L

(In 1921 and 1922 games were played in Pasadena, Calif.)

WSU-UTAH

WSU Wins: 7 Utah Wins: 7


DATE LOC ATT WSU-UTAH W/L
10-15-66 A 20,051 15-26
L
10-5-68 H 16,503 14-17
L
10-2-71 A 15,008 34-12
W
9-30-72 H 20,200 25-44
L
9-20-75 A 19,622 30-14
W
9-8-84 H 21,000 42-40
W
9-21-85 A 28,576 37-44
L
12-29-92 Tucson* 40,867
31-28
W
9-4-99 H 26,179 7-27
L
9-16-00 A 38,814 38-21
W
11-19-11
H
16,419
27-30 (OT)
L
11-3-12 A 45,069 6-49
L
11-23-13 H 23,112 49-37
W
9-27-14 A 45,859 28-27
W
*Copper Bowl

WSU-WASHINGTON

WSU Wins: 32 UW Wins: 69 Ties: 6


DATE LOC ATT WSU-WASH W/L
10-29-00 A N/A
5-5
T
10-1-01 H N/A
10-0
W
10-27-02 A 4,000
0-16
L
10-30-03 H N/A
0-10
L
10-29-04 A N/A
6-12
L
11-21-07 A
N/A
11-5
W
11-7-08 A N/A
6-6
T
11-12-10 S 2,600
0-16
L
11-30-11 A 6,000
6-30
L
11-28-12 A N/A
0-19
L
11-27-13 A N/A
0-20
L
11-26-14 A N/A
0-45
L
11-29-17 A 7,000
14-0
W
11-15-19 H 7,000
7-13
L
11-24-21 A 15,000 14-0
W
10-28-22 H 7,000
13-16
L
11-24-23 A 20,000 7-24
L
11-22-24 A 10,000 0-14
L
10-31-25 H 8,000
0-23
L
10-23-26 A 28,000
9-6
W
10-22-27 A 32,000 0-14
L
11-29-28 A 30,000
0-6
L
10-19-29 H 15,000 20-13
W
11-15-30 A 41,225
3-0
W
11-14-31 A 30,000 0-12
L
11-12-32 A 20,000
0-0
T
11-25-33 H 17,000 17-6
W
11-24-34 A 38,000
0-0
T
10-19-35 H 20,000 0-21
L
11-26-36 A 40,000 0-40
L
10-16-37 H 17,500
7-7
T
11-26-38 A 20,000 0-26
L
10-14-39 H 18,000
6-0
W
11-30-40 A 25,000 9-33
L
10-11-41 H 22,000 13-23
L
11-28-42 A 22,000
0-0
T
10-13-45 A 38,000
0-6
L
11-24-45 H 15,000
7-0
W
10-12-46 H 25,000 7-21
L
11-22-47 A 31,500 0-20
L
10-16-48 H 23,000 10-0
W
11-19-49 A 35,000 21-34
L
11-25-50 S 28,181 21-52
L
11-24-51 A 52,000 27-25
W
11-29-52 S 25,000 27-33
L
11-21-53 A 40,000 25-20
W
11-20-54 H 18,000 26-7
W
11-19-55 A 30,000 7-27
L
11-24-56 S 20,700 26-40
L
11-23-57 A 47,500 27-7
W
11-22-58 S 24,250 18-14
W
11-21-59 A 56,000 0-20
L
11-29-60 S 28,750
7-8
L
11-25-61 A 48,500 17-21
L
11-24-62 S 35,700 21-26
L
11-30-63 A 56,000 0-16
L

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

11-21-64 S 36,000 0-14


11-30-65 A 56,800 9-27
11-29-66 S 33,500 7-19
11-28-67 A 47,500
9-7
11-23-68 S 31,986 24-0
11-22-69 A 54,500 21-30
11-21-70 S 33,200 25-43
11-20-71 A 60,100 20-28
11-18-72 S 34,100 27-10
11-24-73 A 56,500 52-26
11-23-74 S 27,800 17-24
11-22-75 A 57,100 27-28
11-20-76 S 35,800 32-51
11-10-77 A 60,964 15-35
11-25-78 S 35,187 8-38
11-17-79 A 57,750 7-17
11-22-80 S 34,557 23-30
11-21-81 A 60,052 10-23
11-20-82 H 40,000 24-20
11-19-83 A 59,220 17-6
11-17-84 H 40,000 29-38
11-23-85 A 60,197 21-20
11-22-86 H 40,000 23-44
11-21-87 A 74,038 19-34
11-19-88 H 40,000 32-31
11-18-89 A 73,527 9-20
11-17-90 H 37,600 10-55
11-23-91 A 72,581 21-56
11-21-92 H 37,600 42-23
11-20-93 A 72,688 3-26
11-19-94 H 37,600 23-6
11-18-95 A 74,144 30-33
11-23-96
H
37,600
24-31 (OT)
11-22-97 A 74,268 41-35
11-21-98 H 37,251 9-16
11-20-99 A 72,973 14-24
11-18-00 H 33,010 3-51
11-17-01 A 74,442 14-26
11-23-02
H
37,600
26-29 (3OT)
11-22-03 A 74,549 19-27
11-22-04 H 34,334 28-25
11-19-05 A 70,713 26-22
11-18-06 H 35,117 32-35
11-24-07 A 72,888 42-35
11-22-08
H
32,211
16-13 (2OT)
11-28-09 A 68,697 0-30
12-4-10 H 30,157 28-35
11-26-11 A* 64,559 21-38
11-23-12
H
30,544
31-28 (OT)
11-29-13 A 71,753 27-17
11-29-14 H 32,952 13-31
*Played at CenturyLink Field

WSU-WYOMING

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

WSU Wins: 3 WYO Wins: 2


DATE LOC ATT WSU-WYO W/L
9-29-62 A 12,385 21-15
W
9-2-64 H 17,500 7-28
L
9-12-87 H 24,151 43-28
W
9-23-89 A 20,041 29-23
W
9-8-90 H 30,484 13-34
L

LOCATION LEGEND

P = Portland
Pa = Pasadena
S = Spokane
Sa = San Antonio
SD = San Diego
Se = Seattle
T = Tacoma

BOWL HISTORY

79

BOWL HISTORY

1916 ROSE BOWL

1931 ROSE BOWL

WSU 14, BROWN 0

ALABAMA 24, WSU 0

January 1, 1916, Pasadena, Calif. A crowd of 10,000


was on hand at the Pasadena Rose Bowl January 1
to watch as undefeated Washington State took on
eastern power Brown University in the first of
the continuous Rose Bowls. WSU used third
and fourth quarter touchdown runs by Ralph
Boone and Carl Dietz to shutout the Bruins
14-0. Brown entered the game a two-to-one
favorite, despite a modest 5-3-1 record. The
Bruins 3-0 win over Yale was the key accomplishment that earned the Rhode Island team
an invitation to play in the Rose Bowl. A cold
spell, followed by a heavy rain and some
snow for three days prior to the game, turned
the playing field into a sea of mud that slowed
both teams. Brown came close to scoring twice
in the first half, but each time Washington States
defense, which had allowed just one field goal and one
touchdown all season, rose to the task and halted the Bruins short of the goal line,
once at the four yard line. Bruin star Fritz Pollard gained just 47 yards in 13 carries.
Pollard later became the first black named to a Walter Camp All-America team and
was the first black head coach in the National Football League. In the second half
WSUs size advantage began to pay off as the Cougars took command, scoring once
in each quarter. WSUs preparation for the game had been, to say the least, odd.
Coach William Lone Star Dietz, out of the Carlisle Indian School, and his Cougar
squad served as extras in the football film Tom Brown of Harvard each morning,
then practiced for the bowl game during the afternoon. Each WSU player earned
$100 for the 14 mornings of movie work. During practice sessions, Dietz appeared in
his classic coaching attire: a silk hat, Prince Albert cutaway coat, striped pants,
yellow gloves, and a walking stick. Originally known as the Pasadena Tournament of
Roses East-West game (it was 1923 when the real Rose Bowl facility was completed
that the name changed), the WSU-Brown game was played at Tournament Park.

January 1, 1931, Pasadena, Calif. - The


Alabama Crimson Tide used a secondquarter blitz, including touchdown runs
of one and 43 yards by quarterback
Monk Campbell, to post a 24-0 win over
previously undefeated Washington State
in the 17th Rose Bowl game, viewed by
65,000 fans. Alabamas coach was Wallace Wade, who had been a member of
the Brown University team that lost to
WSU in the 1916 Rose Bowl. Wade, during
his career, coached in five Rose Bowls.

BROWN
WASHINGTON STATE
TEAM
WSU
WSU

QTR
3
4

ALABAMA
WASHINGTON STATE
TEAM
Alabama
Alabama
Alabama
Alabama

0 21 3 0
24
0 0 0 0 0

QTR SCORING PLAY


2 Suther 62 pass from Moore (Campbell kick)
2 Campbell 1 run (Campbell kick)
2 Campbell 43 run (Campbell kick)
3 Whitworth 40 field goal

ATTENDANCE65,000

0 0 0 0 0
0 0 7 7
14
SCORING PLAY
Boone 3 run (Durham kick)
Dietz 4 run (Durham kick)

ATTENDANCE10,000

Babe Hollingberys fifth Cougar team went a perfect 9-0-0 to earn


a Rose Bowl berth in 1930, including a 6-0 mark during the Pacific
Coast Conference schedule. Included in the list of Cougar victims
were California 16-0, USC 7-6, Washington 3-0 and Villanova 13-0.
Two members of the WSU team later earned recognition in the College Football Hall of Fame, Mel Hein and Glen Turk Edwards.

Washington State Universitys undefeated 1915 team met eastern


power Brown University in the 1916 Rose Bowl and won 14-0, completing an undefeated season.The 1916 game was the first of the
continuous Rose Bowl contests.

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BOWL HISTORY

1981 HOLIDAY BOWL

1988 ALOHA BOWL

#14 BYU 38, #20 WSU 36

#18 WSU 24, #14 HOUSTON 22

December 18, 1981, San Diego - Three games


in one was more than the 52,000-plus fans
at San Diegos Jack Murphy Stadium paid
for, but three games is what they saw as the
Brigham Young Cougars held on to defeate
the Washington State Cougars 38-36. The BYU
squad won the first game, a 31-minute affair
that generated a 31-7 lead for the team from
Provo. The next 25 minutes just as convincingly
belonged to WSU 29-7. In the end, however, the
game belonged to BYU as much for defense
as anything. They stopped the Pullman team
with just over three minutes to play by forcing
a punt, then ran out the clock to preserve the
win. Jim McMahon, in his last collegiate game,
completed 27 of 43 passes for 342 yards and
three touchdowns. More importantly, he did not
throw an interception. The WSU Cougars used
the running of Don LaBomme and quarterback
Ricky Turner to baffle the BYU team, especially in the second half. Turner gained 92 yards
in 12 carries and scored twice, while LaBomme added 79 yards in 14 carries and scored
once. Robert Williams and Mike Martin also scored for the Cougars. WSUs failure on a
two-point conversion late in the third quarter, an interception BYUs Ron Holmoe returned
35 yards for a touchdown on the third play of the third quarter, and a key sack of Casper
on WSUs last possession loomed big in a game that had numerous turning points.

December 25, 1988, Honolulu - Washington


State scored 24 second-quarter points and
forced a last-second Houston turnover
in notching a 24-22 win over the Texan
Cougars Christmas Day. The bowl appearance was WSUs second of the 1980s and
evened the Cougars bowl record to 2-2. In
a close game there are many heros, but
for WSU, none stood out more than senior
Victor Wood. He picked up a fumble early
in the second quarter and zipped five yards
for a touchdown that put his Cougars
ahead 7-3. On WSUs next possession,
Wood caught a 15-yard scoring pass from
Timm Rosenbach to put WSU up 14-3 and
well on its way to a bowl victory viewed by
a national ABC-TV audience. Woods heroics were catching as WSU added a Jason
Hanson 33-yard field goal and another
touchdown, this one by Rosenbach, before
halftime to put Washington State in command 24-9. WSU limited the Texas visitors to
just five first half firstdowns, 46 yards rushing, and 77 yards passing before intermission. The Cougars picked off two Houston passes, one each by Shawn Landrum and
Vernon Todd. In the end, however, it was Tuineau Alipates hard hit that forced a
Houston fumble recovered by Artie Holmes at the WSU five yard line. James Dixon
was the recipient of Alipates jarring tackle after catching a David Dacus pass over
the middle that appeared for a moment to set up a potential game-winning score by
Houston. The Cougars then controlled the ball for the final 2:44, with a key six-yard
Rosenbach to Tim Stallworth pass giving WSU the much-needed first down just
before the game ended.

WASHINGTON STATE
BRIGHAM YOUNG
TEAM QTR TIME
BYU
1
9:46
BYU
2
13:58
WSU
2
9:20
BYU
2
6:15
BYU
2
1:06
BYU
3
14:00
WSU
3
10:43
WSU
3
5:16
WSU
3
0:59
BYU
4
14:55
WSU
4
5:12

0
7
21
8
36
7 17 7 7 38

SCORING PLAY
Plater 35 pass from McMahon (Gunther kick)
Hudson 7 pass from McMahon (Gunther kick)
Turner 2 run (Leland kick)
Gunther 20 field goal
Hamilton 1 run (Gunther kick)
Holmoe 35 interception return (Gunther kick)
LaBomme 18 run (Beech pass from Casper)
R. Williams 5 run (pass failed)
Turner 13 run (Leland kick)
Pettis 11 pass from McMahon (Gunther kick)
Martin 1 run (Turner run)

TOTAL OFFENSEWSU 78/351/4.5. BYU 76/437/5.8.


RUSHINGWSU 53/245: LaBomme 14/79, Turner 12/92, Williams 11/48, Harris 4/16,
Bowens 1/1, Mitchell 1/-1, Martin 6/14, Casper 3/-4, Keller 1/0. BYU 32/69: Hamilton 9/52,
Pettis 7/28, Sikahema 3/12, McMahon 12/-23, Mees 1/0.
PASSINGWSU 25/8/2/106/0/33: Casper 16/6/2/69/0/24, Turner 9/2/0/27/0/33. BYU
44/28/0/368/3/45: McMahon 43/27/0/342/3/45, Young 1/1/0/26/0/26.
RECEIVINGWSU: Keller 4/40, Jones 2/9, Beach 2/57. BYU: Collie 2/17, Pettis 8/73,
Hudson 7/126, Plater 1/35, Hamilton 3/21, Balholm 2/31, Kozlowski 2/44, Sikahema 2/2,
Hansen 1/7, Stroh 0/12.
INTERCEPTIONSWSU: None. BYU: ONeil 1/18, Holmoe 1/35td.
PUNTINGWSU: Davey 2/71/35.5/39, LaBomme 2/101/50.5, 53, Morris 4/155/38.8/44.
BYU: Mees 7/295/42.1/51.
PUNT RETURNSWSU: Gribble 6/39. BYU: Sikahema 3/16.
KICKOFF RETURNSWSU: LaBomme 4/106. BYU: Sikahema 2/5, Hansen 2/21.
SCORINGWSU: Turner 14, LaBomme 6, Williams 6, Martin 6, Beech 2, Leland 2. BYU:
Gunther 8, Platter 6, Hudson 6, Hamilton 6, Holmoe 6, Pettis 6.
FIRST DOWNSWSU 23/17/3/3. BYU 22/6/15/1.
FUMBLES/LOSTWSU 0/0. BYU 5/0.
PENALTIES/YARDSWSU 5/45. BYU 9/86.
POSSESSION TIMEWSU 32:91. BYU 27:59.
THIRD/FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONSWSU 10/19. BYU 9/18.
ATTENDANCE52,419
WSU TACKLERSTaylor 11/6/5, Blakeney 8/3/5, Retherford 6/4/2, White 5/3/2, Files
5/4/1, Collins 4/4/0, Walker 4/1/3, Elisara 4/2/2, Bradley 4/3/1, Sorensen 4/2/2, Emmil
3/1/2, West 3/3/0, Tupuola 2/2/0, P. Lynch 1/0/1, E. Williams 1/1/0, Tipton 1/0/1, Carrillo
1/0/1, Elkinton 1/0/1, Beach 1/1/0, Martin 1/1/0.
WSU SACKSElisara 2/-20, Collins 1/-4.
WSU TFLCollins 1/2, Emmil 1/4, Taylor 1/-8.

WASHINGTON STATE
HOUSTON
TEAM
UH
WSU
WSU
WSU
UH
WSU
UH
UH

QTR
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
4

TIME
13:13
13:39
8:39
6:31
4:56
0:53
4:25
13:16

0 24 0 0
24
3 6 6 7
22

SCORING PLAY
Anderson 27 field goal
Wood 5 fumble run (Hanson kick)
Wood 15 pass from Rosenbach (Hanson kick)
Hanson 33 field goal
Witherspoon 1 run (kick failed)
Rosenbach 1 run (Hanson kick)
Mason 53 pass from Dacus (pass failed)
Weatherspoon 2 pass from Dacus (Anderson kick)

TOTAL OFFENSEWSU 92/460/5.00, UH 61/309/5.01.


RUSHINGWSU 56/154: Broussard 33/139, Swinton 9/38, Rosenbach 14/-28, Wood
0/5. UH 21/683: Weatherspoon 14/80, Anderson 2/3, Ware 3/-1, Dacus 2/-14.
PASSINGWSU 36/19/1/306/1/40: Rosenbach 36/19/1/306/1/40. UH 40/17/2/241/2/53:
Dacus 11/8/0/153/2/53, Ware 28/8/2/44/0/11, Phillips 1/1/0/44/0/44.
RECEIVINGWSU: Stallworth 8/120, Wood 2/48, Wimberly 2/24, Wellsandt 1/40,
Olson 1/20, Broussard 1/11. UH: Dixon 4/52, Anderson 3/11, Mason 2/83, Williams 2/24,
Phillips 2/14, Cooper 2/11, P. Smith 1/44,Weatherspoon 1/2.
INTERCEPTIONSWSU: Landrum 1/27, Todd 1/4. UH: A. Montgomery 1/72.
PUNTINGWSU: Myers 6/276/46.0/53. UH: Rodriguez 8/358/44.8/70.
PUNT RETURNSWSU: Wood 3/52. UH: Calloway 3/26.
KICKOFF RETURNSWSU: Wood 5/123. UH: Dixon 4/166, Weatherspoon 1/25.
SCORINGWSU: Wood 12, Rosenbach 6, Hanson 6. UH: Weatherspoon 12, Mason
6, Anderson 4.
FIRST DOWNSWSU: 28/9/13/1. UH: 13/5/6/2.
FUMBLES/LOSTWSU: 2/1. UH: 2/1.
PENALTIES/YARDSWSU: 11/95. UH: 9/58.
POSSESSION TIMEWSU: 37:43. UH: 22:17.
THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONSWSU: 8/19. UH: 3/14.
ATTENDANCE35,132.
WSU TACKLERSHolmes 9/3/6, Ledbetter 8/4/4, Gray 7/2/5, Savage
7/4/3, Grayson 5/2/3, ONeal 5/2/3, Ricard 5/5/0, Alipate 3/2/1, Metcalf
3/0/3,Landrum 3/3/0, Lee 3/2/1, Todd 3/1/2, Brown 2/2/0, Cook 2/2/0, Downing 1/1/0,
Woodley 1/0/1, Noble 1/1/0, Wright 1/1/0.
WSU SACKSCook 1/-10, Ledbetter 1/-2, Savage 1/-12.
WSU TFLNone.

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BOWL HISTORY

1992 COPPER BOWL

1994 ALAMO BOWL

#18 WSU 31, UTAH 28

#24 WSU 10, BAYLOR 3

December 29, 1992, Tucson, Ariz. - Perhaps no


college bowl game following the 1992 gridiron
season was more offensive minded than the
Copper Bowl matchup between WSU and
Utah, but after all the running and passing
that accounted for more than 1,100 yards,
the deciding play was a 22-yard field goal by
WSUs Aaron Price. The Cougars scored 21
unanswered points in the first quarter and
one additional score just before halftime for
a 28-14 lead. WSU then held on until Price
gave them their final lead with 5:08 to play.
Even then, they had to watch anxiously as
Chris Yergensens 20-yard chip shot sailed
wildly to the left with 3:18 remaining. Though
the 40,000-plus fans left the stadium talking
about the offensive plays that stood out, it was
WSUs defense in the fourth quarter that made
this win possible. The Utes scored twice in the
second quarter and added two more scores to pull even with a quarter to play. Both teams
then turned to their defenses. The key play came with 6:29 to play when Utahs Frank Dolce
avoided a strong WSU rush and hooked up with Henry Lusk on a short sideline pass. John
Rushing then stripped Lusk of the ball and Singor Mobley scooped it up at the Utah 36 yard
line. Fifteen yards later, at the Utah 21, Mobley was dragged down, setting up the Cougars
with great field position. Drew Bledsoe immediately drove the Cougars to the Utah five
yard line before turning the scoring chores over to Price. Like he did the closing seconds
of WSUs 23-20 win over Arizona in the same stadium early in the season, Price came
through with the kick. Bledsoe completed 30 of 46 passes for a school record 476 yards.
Phillip Bobo caught TD passes of 87 (equalling a school record) and 48 yards, and Shaumbe
Wright- Fair picked up 123 yards rushing and scored on a pair of three-yard line smashes.

December 31, 1994, San Antonio - The Washington State offense scored on the opening
drive of the game and on the last play of the
second quarter to provide all the points the
Cougar defense needed as WSU held off
Baylors late challenge in a 10-3 win at the
second annual Builders Square Alamo Bowl
before a crowd of 44,106. Despite some anxious
moments in the closing seconds of the game,
the Cougar defense made those 10 points
stand up by limiting the record-setting Bear
offense to eight first downs, 151 yards in total
offense and just one field goal. The Cougars did
something against Baylor they had not done all
season, take the opening kickoff and drive the
length of the field for a touchdown. The drive
totaled 91 yards, equalling the longest scoring
drive of the season, and ended when Kevin
Hicks busted through the left side of the line
from one yard out to put WSU on top 7-0. The score came six minutes, 32 seconds after the
kickoff. WSUs offense provided three more points just before halftime to give the Cougs a
10-0 lead at intermission. Taking the ball after Baylors Jarvis VanDyke missed his second
field goal attempt of the first half, WSU drove from its own 30 yard line to the Baylor 20
yard line, where Tony Truant banged home a 37-yard field goal with two seconds left in the
first half. A sideline pass to Jay Dumas for a key first down, then another similar pass to
Albert Kennedy put the ball in perfect position for Truant. Davis, named the games most
valuable offensive player, hit six of eight passes on the drive. Davis, who completed 27 of
35 passes for 286 yards, gave Cougar fans a few anxious minutes in the third quarter when
he took a hard blow to the back while scrambling out of the pocket. He was able to return
one play later and finished the game. Defensively WSU was especially tough in the first
half. Baylor came into the game averaging nearly 33 points per game and 382.4 yards per
contest. In the first half WSUs defense, led by the games most valuable defensive player,
Ron Childs, limited the Bears to just 41 net yards, 24 rushing and 17 passing. Childs had
10 tackles in the game, including eight solo, of which two were for negative yardage. Only
on its last possession did Baylor come close to the WSU endzone, where Todd Jensen,
a senior who backed up John Rushing all year, picked off a Jeff Watson pass to halt any
Baylor hope of scoring. The bowl victory was WSUs second in the last three years and
third in seven years. Joining Childs defensively were Chris Hayes with seven tackles, Mark
Fields with six and Chad Eaton with five.

UTAH
WASHINGTON STATE
TEAM
WSU
WSU
WSU
Utah
Utah
WSU
Utah
Utah
WSU

QTR
1
1
1
2
2
2
3
3
4

TIME
13:25
10:32
1:20
9:35
2:51
0:31
8:49
5:25
5:08

0 14 14 0 28
21 7 0 3 31

SCORING PLAY
Wright-Fair 3 run (Price Kick)
Bobo 87 pass from Bledsoe (Price kick)
Wright-Fair 3 run (Price kick)
S.Williams 10 pass from Dolce (Yerkensen kick)
K. Williams 25 run (Yerkensen kick)
Bobo 48 pass from Bledsoe (Price kick)
Lusk 49 pass from Dolce (Yergensen kick blk)
P. Jones 8 run (Murry pass from Dolce)
Price 22 field goal

TOTAL OFFENSEWSU 89/636/7.1. UTAH 79/495/6.3.


RUSHINGWSU 41/144: Wright-Fair 27/123, Bobo 2/16, D. Sparks 1/11, Pattinson 2/5, Dumas 1/-3,
Bledsoe 6/-8. UTAH 39/179: K. Williams 13/112, P. Jones 11/43, Lusk 1/10, Anderson 4/7, Dolce 9/5, S.
Williams 1/2, .
PASSINGWSU 38/32/1/492/2/87: Bledsoe 46/30/1/476/2/87, Pattinson 2/2/0/16/0/9. UTAH
40/21/0/316/2/70: Dolce 40/21/0/316/2/70.
RECEIVINGWSU: C.J. Davis 8/134, Bobo 7/212, Wright-Fair 6/21, Pointer 5/73, Schexnayder 4/43,
Williams 1/7, Carolan 1/2. UTAH: S. Williams 7/121, Hooks 5/75, Lusk 4/75, K. Williams 2/6, P. Jones
1/17, Anderson 1/8, Welch 1/8.
INTERCEPTIONSWSU: None. UTAH: Crawford 1/9.
PUNTINGWSU: Johnston 6/219/36.5/50. UTAH: Young 6/258/43.0/53.
PUNT RETURNSWSU: Hunter 2/-2. UTAH: S. Williams 3/17.
KICKOFF RETURNSWSU: DeLaCruz 1/7. UTAH: P. Jones 2/23, Miller 2/16, K. Williams 1/25, Lusk 1/9.
SCORINGWSU: Bobo 12, Wright-Fair 12, Price 7. UTAH: S. Williams 6, K. Williams 6, Lusk 6, P.
Jones 6, Murry 2, Yergensen 2.
FIRST DOWNSWSU: 28/10/16/1. UTAH: 20/9/10/1.
FUMBLES/LOSTWSU: 4/2. UTAH: 3/1.
PENALTIES/YARDSWSU: 18/136. UTAH: 7/55.
POSSESSION TIMEWSU: 29:52. UTAH: 30:08.
THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONSWSU: 4/15. UTAH: 4/17.
ATTENDANCE40,867.
WSU TACKLERS (T-P-A) McClanahan 12/7/5, Childs 9/8/1, Mobley 7/6/1, Rushing 7/6/1, Loertscher
6/3/3, Burns 4/3/1, Jensen 4/3/1, Bush 3/3/0, Hall 3/3/0, Hunter 2/2/0, Geathers 2/2/0, Ford 2/2/0, Waldron 2/2/0, Ashworth 2/2/0, Eaton 1/1/0, Whitmire 1/1/0, Frank 1/1/0, Saldivar 1/1/0, Tobeck 1/1/0.
WSU SACKSFrank 1/-8.
WSU TFLChilds 1/-8, Frank 1/-8, Bush 1/-1.

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WASHINGTON STATE
BAYLOR
TEAM
WSU
WSU
BU

QTR
1
2
3

TIME
8:28
0:02
1:35

7 3 0 0
10
0 0 3 0 3
SCORING PLAY
Hicks 1 run (Truant kick)
Truant 37 field goal
VanDyke 36 field goal

TOTAL OFFENSE - WSU 66/293/4.4. BU 55/151/2.7.


RUSHING - WSU 31/51/44/7/1/9: Sparks 8/20, Hicks 10/12, Madu 4/55, Tims 1/-1, Martin 1/-10, Davis
7/-19. BU 32/105/31/74/0/14: Douglas 13/42, B.Lewis 9/34, Rubin 2/5, Muhammad 6/2, Moore 1/-3,
Watson 1/-6.
PASSING - WSU 35/27/0/286/0/46: Davis 35/27/0/286/0/46. BU 23/8/2/77/0/33: Watson 22/8/2/77/0/33,
Moore 1/0/0/0/0/0.
RECEIVING - WSU: Carpenter 5/91, Moore 55/38, Dumas 5/26, Hicks 4/14, Kennedy 4/62, Thomas 2/30,
Knuff 1/13, Adams 1/12. BU: Bronson 2/15, Douglas 2/16, Muhammad 2/34, Rhynes 1/5, Stanley 1/7.
INTERCEPTIONS - WSU: Jensen 1/11, Hunter 1/0. BU: None.
PUNTING - WSU: Martin 6/201/33.5/37, Team 1/35/35.0/35. BU: Atteberry 6/210/35.0/45.
PUNT RETURNS - WSU: Dumas 1/2. BU: Bronson 5/24.
KICKOFF RETURNS - WSU: Mobley 2/28. BU: Bronson 1/22, Rhynes 1/0.
SCORING - WSU: Hicks 6, Truant 4. BU: VanDyke 3.
FIRST DOWNS - WSU: 14/1/12/1. BU: 8/5/2/1.
FUMBLES/LOST - WSU: 3/1. BU: 9/0.
PENALTIES/YARDS - WSU: 15/110. BU: 2/19.
POSSESSION TIME - WSU: 32:02. BU: 27:58.
THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS - WSU: 6/17. BU: 3/15.
ATTENDANCE - 44,106.
WSU TACKLERS (T-P-A) - Childs 10/8/2, Hayes 7/6/1, Fields 6/4/2, Eaton 5/4/1, Rushing 4/3/1, Patterson 4/3/1, Sasa 3/3/0, Walker 3/2/1, Hunter 2/2/0, Mobley 2/1/1, Bender 1/1/0, Doyle 1/1/0, Tims 1/1/0,
Noteboom 1/1/0, Knuff 1/1/0, McWashington 1/0/1, Henderson 1/1/0.
WSU SACKS - Fields .5/-3, Eaton .5/-3.
WSU TFL - Childs 2/-8, Fields 1.5/-4, Patterson 1/-8, Walker 1/-6, Eaton .5/-3.

BOWL HISTORY

1998 ROSE BOWL

2001 SUN BOWL

#1 MICHIGAN 21, #8 WSU 16

#13 WSU 33, PURDUE 27

January 1, 1998, Pasadena, Calif. - The Washington State


Cougars, making their first Rose Bowl appearance in 67
years, pushed national champion and number one ranked
Michigan to the last play of the game before falling to the
Wolverines 21-16 before 101,219 fans and a world-wide
television audience. The victory left Michigan a perfect
13-0 for the season, bumping the Cougars to a 10-2
record. After Michigan thwarted two WSU drives to start
the game, the Cougar defense forced a Wolverine punt
that would set up WSUs first scoring drive. The Cougs
took over on the Michigan 47-yard-line with 6:26 to play
in the first quarter. Ryan Leaf completed two passes
during the drive, including a 15-yard touchdown toss to
Kevin McKenzie with 3:17 left in the first quarter. Rian
Lindells point-after gave WSU the early 7-0 advantage.
WSU came close to taking a 14-point lead, but Heisman
Trophy winner Charles Woodson halted a WSU drive in
the Michigan endzone when he intercepted a Leaf pass
from the 12 yard line. The Wolverines answering scoring drive began from their own 34-yard-line at the 8:04
mark in the second quarter and ended with a 58-yard pass from Bob Griese to Tai Streets that completed
the first half scoring. Early in the second half, WSU took over 99 yards from the endzone after Michigans
Jason Vinson dropped a perfect punt just outside the endzone. Shawn Tims put the finishing touches on
WSUs 99 yard drive in nine plays, taking a reverse handoff the final 14 yards. Leaf hit four of five passes in
the drive that amassed 73 yards. Lindells PAT attempt was blocked by Michigans James Hall, leaving the
WSU advantage at 13-7. The Wolverines responded immediately, moving the ball on their next possession
to their 39 yard-line to set up another Griese-to-Streets touchdown combination, this time 58 yards. Bakers
point-after gave Michigan their first lead, 14-13 with 6:07 left in the third quarter. Michigan then padded
their lead with a 14-play, 77-yard drive that ended in Grieses third touchdown pass of the game, a 23-yarder
to Jerame Tuman. Bakers extra-point kick increased the Michigan advantage to 21-13 with 11:21 to play.
Washington State responded immediately with an eight-play, 49-yard drive that set up a 48-yard field goal by
Lindell, cutting Michigans lead to five points, 21-16 with 7:25 remaining. The Wolverines then put together
a 51-yard drive that consumed almost seven minutes off the game clock. When Jay Feelys pooch punt
rolled dead at the WSU seven-yard-line, the Cougars victory hopes were 93 yards and 29 seconds away.
After two incomplete passes, the Cougars faced third-and-10 with only 16 seconds left. Leaf then found
Nian Taylor along the sideline for a gain of 46, to the Michigan 47-yard-line. After a delay of game penalty,
Leaf hit Love Jefferson at the Michigan 25 and the Coug tight end lateraled to a streaking Jason Clayton,
who managed nine more yards before being brought down in bounds at Michigans 16 yard line with 0:02
on the game clock. Out of timeouts, WSU was forced to try and spike the ball on first-down, but officials
ruled that the final two seconds slipped away before the ball was effectively downed, thus preventing
WSUs one final shot at a major upset.

December 31, 2001, El Paso, Texas - The


WSU Cougars picked up their fourth bowl
victory in their last five bowl games with a
33-27 win over the Purdue Boilermakers
before 47,812 fans at the Wells Fargo Sun
BowlLamont Thompson, with two interceptions, five deflections and 10 tackles,
was named the games MVP winner, while
Drew Dunning picked up the Special Teams
trophy after booting four field goals and
three extra pointsthe Cougs notched
five sacks and held Purdue to 55 rushing yardsforced to the air, Kyle Orton
responded with bowl records for passes, 74,
completions, 38, and yards, 419he threw
two TD passes, but was picked off twice
each by Thompson and Jason David
meanwhile Jason Gesser led WSU with
281 passing yards,137 in the third quarter
when the Cougs rebounded from a 20-17 halftime deficit to run off 16 straight points.

WASHINGTON STATE
MICHIGAN
TEAM
WSU
UM
WSU
UM
UM
WSU

QTR
1
2
3
3
4
4

TIME
3:17
7:08
8:33
5:07
11:21
7:25

7 0 6 3 16
0 7 7 7 21
SCORING PLAY
McKenzie 15 pass from Leaf (Lindell kick)
Streets 53 pass from Griese (Baker kick)
Tims 14 reverse (Lindell kick blocked)
Streets 58 pass from Griese (Baker kick)
Tuman 23 pass from Griese (Baker kick)
Lindell 48 field goal

TOTAL OFFENSE - WSU 63/398/6.3. UM 71/379/5.3.


RUSHING - WSU 28/98/31/67/1/14: Black 7/24, Gilmore 8/21, Tims 1/14, Leaf 10/35, Clayton 2/4. UM
41/154/26/128/0/28: Howard 19/72, Thomas 7/23, Floyd 5/21, Griese 7/28, Woodson 2/8, Williams 1/2.
PASSING - WSU 35/17/1/331/1/46: Leaf 35/17/1/331/1/46. UM 30/18/1/251/3/58: Griese 30/18/1/251/3/58.
RECEIVING - WSU: C. Jackson 5/89, McKenzie 5/78, McWashington 2/41, Tims 2/9, Taylor 1/46, Gilmore
1/42, Jefferson 1/8, Clayton 0/18. UM: Shaw 5/49, Streets 4/127, Tuman 2/33, Howard 2/13, Thomas 1/14,
Woodson 1/7, Campbell 1/7, Williams 1/1.
INTERCEPTIONS - WSU: Thompson 1/0. UM: Woodson 1/0.
PUNTING - WSU: Banks 6/242/40.3/46. UM: Vinson 5/160/32.0/38, Feely 1/23/23.0/23.
PUNT RETURNS - WSU: Tims 1/2. UM: Woodson 3/18.
KICKOFF RETURNS - WSU: None. UM: Thomas 2/38.
SCORING - WSU: McKenzie 6, Tims 6, Lindell 4. UM: Streets 12, Tuman 6, Baker 3.
FIRST DOWNS - WSU: 18/4/13/1. UM: 22/9/12/1.
FUMBLES/LOST - WSU: 2/0. UM: 0/0.
PENALTIES/YARDS - WSU: 4/43. UM: 4/40.
POSSESSION TIME - WSU: 27:46. UM: 32:14.
THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS - WSU: 7/15. UM: 10/17.
ATTENDANCE - 101,219.
WSU TACKLERS (T-P-A) Gleason 9-9-0, Moore 9-8-1, Stewart 8-5-3, Nelson 8-5-3, Thompson 6-5-1,
Boose 6-4-2 Bender 5-4-1, R. Jackson 4-4-0, Doyle 4-4-0, Moronkola 4-3-1, Salausa 1-1-0, Price 1-1-0,
Philley 1-1-0, Emerson 1-0-1, K. Moore 1-0-1.
WSU SACKS B. Moore 1/-15 .
WSU TFL B. Moore 4/-21, Boose 3/-7, Boose 1/-1

PURDUE
WASHINGTON STATE
TEAM
WSU
WSU
PU
PU
WSU
PU
PU
WSU
WSU
WSU
WSU
PU

QTR
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4

0 20 0 7
27
14
3
13
3
33
TIME
13:10
6:53
12:54
7:24
4:17
1:56
0:37
3:23
3:04
1:21
7:37
1:53

SCORING PLAY
David 45 interception return (Dunning kick)
Bush 46 pass from Gesser (Dunning kick)
Lowe 1 run (Dorsch kick)
Dorsch 28 field goal
Dunning 47 field goal
Stubblefield 3 pass from Orton (Dorsch kick)
Dorsch 50 field goal
Dunning 34 field goal
Gesser 1 run (Dunning kick)
Dunning 30 field goal
Dunning 37 field goal
Stubblefield 51 pass from Orton(Dorsch kick)

TOTAL OFFENSE - WSU: 68/362/5.3. PURDUE: 107/474/4.4.


RUSHING - WSU 27/81: Minnich 17/51, Cox 1/20, McElrath 1/13, Kegel 1/3, Gesser
4/-2, team 3/-4. PURDUE 32/55: Lowe 17/45, Harris 5/27, Team 1/0, Orton 9/-17.
PASSING - WSU 41/15/3/281/1/46: Gesser 40/15/3/281/1/46, Kegel 1/0/0/0/0/0.
PURDUE 75/38/4/419/2/65.
RECEIVING - WSU: Riley 6/65, McElrath 5/116, Minnich 3/54, Bush 1/46. PURDUE:
Standeford 12/103, Stratton 12/86, Stubblefield 9/196, Morales 3/27, James 1/4, Rhinehart 1/3.
INTERCEPTIONS - WSU: Thompson 2/1, David 2/73. PURDUE: Rogers 2/1, Reeves
1/0.
PUNTING - WSU: Cox 6/266/44.3/62. PURDUE: Kurz 2/56/28.0.32, Dorsch 4/177/44.2/60.
PUNT RETURNS - WSU: Coleman 5/29. PURDUE: Morales 4/31.
KICKOFF RETURNS - WSU: Newman 2/32, Coleman 2/48. PURDUE: Stubblefield 2/48.
SCORING - WSU: Dunning 15, BUSH 6, Gesser 6, David 6. PURDUE: Stubblefield 12,
Dorsch 9, Lowe 6.
FIRST DOWNS - WSU: 15/3/9/3. PURDUE: 28/5/19/4.
FUMBLES/LOST - WSU: 2/1. PURDUE 2/1.
PENALTIES/YARDS - WSU: 9/85. PURDUE: 7/49.
POSSESSION TIME - WSU: 26:08. PURDUE: 33:52.
THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS - WSU: 2/15. PURDUE: 13/27.
ATTENDANCE - 47,812.
WSU TACKLERS (T-P-A) - Trufant 10/4/2, Thompson 8/4/4, Smith 7/3/4, Price 7/4/3,
David 6/5/1, Newman 5/3/2, Nguae 5/3/2, Brown 4/3/1, Acholonu 4/1/3, Tupai 4/1/3,
Williams 3/3/0, Coleman 3/2/1, Tuupo 3/1/2, Genatone 3/0/3, Shavies 2/2/0, Knotts
1/1/0, Lunde 1/0/1, Dillon 1/0/1, Long 1/0/1, Marong 1/0/1.
WSU SACKS - Shavies 1/8, Tupai 1/7, Newman 1/6, Brown 1/5, Williams 1/3, Smith
0.5/0.
WSU TFL - Shavies 3/12, Tupai 1/7, Newman 1/6, Long 1/6, Brown 1/4, Williams 1/3.

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2003 ROSE BOWL

2003 HOLIDAY BOWL

#8 OKLAHOMA 34, #7 WSU 14

#15 WSU 28, #5 TEXAS 20

January 1, 2003, Pasadena, Calif. Oklahomas vaunted defense stifled Washington


States high-flying passing attack and captured the 89th Rose Bowl Game 34-14 in front
of 86,848 fans New Years Day. The Sooners
broke the game open with a pair of touchdowns inside the two-minute mark of the first
half. The first came on a 12-yard touchdown
pass from Nate Hybl, the games most valuable player. Antonio Perkins extended OUs
lead to 17-0 with a 51-yard punt return just
:42 seconds later. Hybl connected on 19 of
29 passes for 240 yards and two touchdowns.
Sooner running back Quentin Griffin carried
the ball 30 times for 144 yards. WSU quarterback Jason Gesser finished his career by
completing 17 of 34 passes for 240 yards and
a touchdown. Sammy Moore provided the
games final highlight, returning an OU kick
89 yards for a score with just 1:15 remaining. Linebacker Teddy Lehman led the Big XII
Champions with six tackles, including two sacks, while free safety Erik Coleman recorded
10 tackles and recovered a fumble for the Cougars.

December 30, 2003 , San Diego, Calif.


Washington State reached the 10-win plateau for the third time in as many seasons
with a 28-20 comeback victory over Texas
in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl. Facing a
10-7 halftime deficit, the Cougars rallied
to score three touchdowns in the third
quarter and take a 26-10 lead into the final
stanza. The second half fireworks began
with a 54-yard touchdown pass from Matt
Kegel to Sammy Moore with just over nine
minutes left in the third. WSU used a trick
play to get in the end zone once again four
minutes later. Kegel lined up under center,
but instead of taking the snap, ran in motion
to the right sideline, leaving running back
Jonathan Smith alone in the backfield.
Smith fumbled the snap, but recovered
and ran 12 yards for a touchdown. Two
Texas possessions later, the WSU defense
continued the onslaught when Jason David recovered a fumble and took it 18 yards for
the Cougs final touchdown of the game. Washington States defense forced a fourth
quarter safety to push its total to 28. Moore earned most valuable offensive player
honors after converting both of his catches for touchdowns and setting up another with
a 51-yard punt return. Sophomore Kyle Basler was named the games most valuable
defensive player after pinning the Longhorns inside their own five on four occasions.

OKLAHOMA
WASHINGTON STATE
TEAM
OU
OU
OU
OU
OU
WSU
OU
WSU

OT
1
2
2
3
4
4
4
4

TIME
12:13
1:51
1:09
8:06
8:02
6:08
1:29
1:15

3 14 3 14
0
0
0
14

34
14

SCORING PLAY
DiCarlo 45 field goal
Savage 12 pass from Hybl (DiCarlo kick)
Perkins 51 punt return (DiCarlo kick)
DiCarlo 30 field goal
Fagan 9 pass from Hybl (DiCarlo kick)
Riley 37 pass from Gesser (Dunning kick)
Griffin 19 run (DiCarlo kick)
Moore 89 kickoff return (Dunning kick)

TOTAL OFFENSE WSU 55/243/4.4. OU 75/386/5.1.


RUSHING WSU 21/75/71/4/14: Green 8/45, Tippins 2/12, Smith 2/2, Riley 2/-8, Gesser 7/-47.
OU Griffin 30/144, Jones 6/6, Thompson 1/4, Works 2/4, Runnels 1/2, Hybl 6/-14.
PASSING WSU 34/17/2/239/1/37: Gesser 34/17/2/239/1/37. OU 29/19/0/240/2/57: Hybl
29/19/0/240/2/57.
RECEIVING WSU: Riley 9/139, Darling 5/75, Lunde 2/17, Bush 1/8. OU: Smith 5/38,
Savage 4/52, Peoples 3/80, Fagan 3/31, Griffin 2/5, Moses 1/19, Wilson 1/15.
INTERCEPTIONS WSU: none. OU: Everage 1/15, Woolfolk 1/0.
PUNTING WSU: Basler 6/276/46.0/59. OU: Ferguson 4/131/32.8.
PUNT RETURNS WSU: Trufant 2/10. OU: Perkins 4/90.
KICKOFF RETURNS WSU: Moore 2/90, Smith 3/24. OU: Perkins 1/22.
SCORING: WSU: Riley 6, Moore 6, Dunning 2. OU: DiCarlo 10, Savage 6, Perkins 6, Fagan
6, Griffin 6.
FIRST DOWNS WSU 11/2/8/1. OU 19/8/9/2.
FUMBLES/LOST WSU 3/1. OU 2/1.
PENALTIES/YARDS WSU 9/52. OU 4/28.
POSSESSION TIME WSU 22:46. OU 37:14.
THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS WSU 2/11. OU 9/20.
ATTENDANCE - 86,848
WSU TACKLERS Coleman 10/4/6, V. Williams 9/6/3, M. Davis 7/4/3, Long 5/5/0, Trufant
5/5/0, Bennett 5/3/2, David 4/3/1, I. Davis 3/3/0, J. Williams 3/3/0, F. Shavies 3/3/0, Derting
3/2/1, Genatone 3/2/1, Abdullah 2/2/0, Kongaika 2/2/0, Tupai 2/0/2, Nettles 2/0/2, Basler
1/0/1, J. Shavies 1/0/1, Roche, 1/0/1, Boyer 1/0/1, Sperry 1/0/1, Bienemann 1/0/1, Paymah
1/0/1.
WSU SACKS J. Williams 2/-16, Kongaika 1/-11.
WSU TFL J. Williams 3/-17, F. Shavies 2/-3, M. Davis 1/-3, Long 1/-3, Bennett 1/-4,
Genatone 1/-2, Kongaika 1/-11, Tupai 1/-1.

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WASHINGTON STATE
TEXAS
TEAM
UT
WSU
UT
WSU
WSU
WSU
UT
WSU
UT

QT
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4

TIME
12:21
:59
:04
9:23
5:50
2:20
13:32
8:41
4:29

0 7 19 2 28
0 10 0 10 20
SCORING PLAY
Benson 1 run (Pino kick)
Moore 12 pass from Kegel (Dunning kick)
Pino 39 field goal
Moore 54 pass from Kegel (Dunning fail)
Smith 12 run (Dunning kick)
David 18 fumble recovery (Dunning block)
Pino 19 field goal
Team safety
Williams 30 pass from Mock (Pino kick)

TOTAL OFFENSE - WSU 65/360/5.5 UT 89/327/3.


RUSHING - WSU 33/162/5/157/1/17: Smith 21/110/1, Bruhn 10/44, Kegel 2/3. UT
40/211/80/131/1/48: Benson 22/83/1, V. Young 9/50, S. Young 1/48, Williams 1/11,
Jeffery 1/3, Mock 6/-64.
PASSING - WSU 32/18/2/203/2/54: Kegel 32/18/2/203/2/54. UT 49/20/0/196/1/46: Mock
35/14/0/181/1/46, V. Young 14/6/0/15/0/6.
RECEIVING - WSU: Smith 5/51, Lunde 3/39, Darling 3/26, Harvey 3/15, Moore 2/66/2,
Bienemann 2/6. UT: Williams 9/97/1, S. Thomas 4/20, Johnson 3/41, Melton 1/13,
Benson 1/12, S. Young 1/9, Scaife 1/4.
INTERCEPTIONS - WSU: none. UT: Crowder1/0, Geiggar 1/0.
PUNTING - WSU: Basler 7/281/40.1/56. UT: McGee 5/217/43.4/48, Team 1/36/36.0/36.
PUNT RETURNS - WSU: Moore 4/68/17.0/51. UT: S. Young 1/20/20.0/20.
KICKOFF RETURNS - WSU: Moore 5/59/11.4/22. UT: S. Young 3/74/24.6/29, Melton
1/16/16.0/16, Brown 1/15/15.0/15.
SCORING - WSU: Moore 12, David 6, Smith 6, Dunning 2, Team 2. UT: Pino 8, Benson
6, Williams 6.
FIRST DOWNS - WSU: 19/8/11/0. UT: 22/13/7/2.
FUMBLES/LOST - WSU: 0/0. UT: 5/3.
PENALTIES/YARDS - WSU: 6/68. UT: 4/24.
POSSESSION TIME - WSU: 20:41. UT: 39:19.
THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS - WSU: 6/14. UT: 8/21.
ATTENDANCE - 61,102
WSU TACKLERS (T-P-A) -- V. Williams 10/6/4, Jackson 10/5/5, Coleman 8/7/1, Cook
6/3/3, Acholonu 4/4/0, Derting 4/4/0, Brown 4/3/1, J. Williams 4/3/1, Paymah 4/2/2,
David 3/3/0, Genatone 3/2/1, Bohannon 2/2/0, Hill 2/1/1, Tupai 2/1/1, Davis 1/1/0,
Siderius 1/1/0, Frampton 1/1/0, Darling 1/1/0, Bennett 1/1/0, Bruce 1/0/1, Wagner
1/0/1.
WSU SACKS -- Acholonu 3/-30, Jackson 1/-11, Coleman 1/-5, Derting 1/-9, Tupai
1/-9.
WSU TFL - Acholonu 3/-30, Jackson 2/-11, Coleman 1/-5, Derting 1/-9, J. Williams
1/-2, Genatone 1/-1 Tupai 1/-9, V. Williams .5/-1, Cook .5/-1.

BOWL HISTORY

2013 NEW MEXICO BOWL

COLORADO STATE 48, WSU 45


December 22, 2013, ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - With less than
two minutes to play and Colorado State down by eight points,
Shaquil Barrett knew the Rams needed the ball back quickly
to finish an improbable comeback against Washington State.
Once down by 22 points in the New Mexico Bowl, the Rams got
their chance when Cougars running back Jeremiah Laufasa
came barreling toward Barrett. That fumble, at the Cougars 33,
set up Kapri Bibbs 1-yard run score and Donnell Alexanders
two-point conversion run that tied it at 45 with 33 seconds left.
Then, Washington States Teondray Caldwell fumbled a kickoff
return at the 24, setting up Jared Roberts 41-yard field goal
with 3 seconds left that gave Colorado State a 48-45 victory.
It was a quarterback shootout that saw close to 800 passing
yards combined and a game largely dominated by Washington State until the last 2 minutes. And Colorado State did not
have a led the entire game until that winning field goal. Garrett
Grayson threw for 369 yards and Bibbs ran for 169 yards and
three touchdowns for Colorado State (8-6). The Rams overcame three early turnovers. Meanwhile, Washington States
Connor Halliday threw touchdown passes to six receivers and
finished with 410 yards for Washington State (6-7). Those six
touchdown passes tied West Virginias Geno Smith and Iowas
Chuck Long for an NCAA bowl record. After the first touchdown pass, Halliday got into a shouting match with a Colorado
State coach when Halliday ran into the Rams sideline. That exchange created a social media buzz and McElwain vowed to
look into it. Washington State scored 35 points in the first half, but had only 10 in the second.
1 2 3 4
SCORE BY QUARTERS
Washington State
21 14 3 7
Colorado State
10 13 7 18

TOTAL
45
48

SCORING SUMMARY
1st 12:32 WSU River Cracraft 25 yd pass from C. Halliday (Andrew Furney kick)

11:17 WSU Gabe Marks 1 yd pass from C. Halliday (Andrew Furney kick)

07:02 CS
LOVETT, Charles 63 yd pass from GRAYSON, Garret (ROBERTS, Jared kick)

05:27 WSU Theron West 28 yd pass from C. Halliday (Andrew Furney kick)

02:52 CS
ROBERTS, Jared 25 yd field goal
2nd 09:55 CS
ROBERTS, Jared 19 yd field goal

06:52 WSU Vince Mayle 28 yd pass from C. Halliday (Andrew Furney kick)

02:48 WSU Rickey Galvin 3 yd pass from C. Halliday (Andrew Furney kick)

00:59 CS
BIBBS, Kapri 1 yd run (ROBERTS, Jared kick)

00:00 CS
ROBERTS, Jared 30 yd field goal
3rd 10:43 WSU Andrew Furney 33 yd field goal

10:30 CS
BIBBS, Kapri 75 yd run (ROBERTS, Jared kick)
4th 09:35 WSU Isiah Myers 22 yd pass from C. Halliday (Andrew Furney kick)

02:52 CS
VADEN, Jordon 12 yd pass from GRAYSON, Garret (ROBERTS, Jared kick)

00:33 CS
BIBBS, Kapri 1 yd run (ALEXANDER, Donn rush)

00:00 CS
ROBERTS, Jared 41 yd field goal

6-73 1:48
1-5 0:12
8-89 4:11
8-75 1:35
7-64 2:31
19-69 7:05
3-27 1:05
4-42 1:19
9-75 1:49
5-27 0:24
9-27 2:32
1-75 0:13
11-80 4:36
9-72 1:25
8-33 1:24
3-0 0:27

TEAM STATISTICS

WSU CSU
FFIRST DOWNS
24
29
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
19--10
46-226
PASSING YDS (NET)
410
369
Passes Att-Comp-Int
58-37-1
51-31-1
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 77-400
97-595
1-29
0-0
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
2-24
0-0
Kickoff Returns-Yards
4-66
4-52
Interception Returns-Yards
1-8
1-1
Punts (Number-Avg)
6-40.5
5-32.8
Fumbles-Lost
3-2
2-2
Penalties-Yards
10-70
7-48
Possession Time
25:39
34:21
Third-Down Conversions
8 of 17
12 of 22
Fourth-Down Conversions
1 of 1
3 of 3
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
4-5
6-6
Sacks By: Number-Yards
2-22
5-52
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING: Washington State-Theron West 3-17; T. Caldwell 3-14; Marcus Mason 4-5; Jere. Laufasa 1-2; K. Williams 1-1; C.
Halliday 7-minus 49. Colorado State-BIBBS, Kapri 27-169; ALEXANDER, Donn 7-31; GRAYSON, Garret 8-10; MORGAN, Max 1-8; SCHLAGER, Jake 1-4; CARTWRIGHT, Kiv 1-4; HANSLEY, Joe 1-0.
PASSING: Washington St.-C. Halliday 37-58-1-410. Colorado St.-GRAYSON, Garret 31-50-1-369; TEAM 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING: Washington State-River Cracraft 9-125; K. Williams 7-72; Gabe Marks 5-37; Theron West 3-50; Isiah Myers
3-45; Rickey Galvin 3-24; Marcus Mason 3-18; Vince Mayle 2-38; Dom. Williams 1-3; T. Caldwell 1-minus 2. Colorado
State-VADEN, Jordon 8-60; LOVETT, Charles 5-93; HANSLEY, Joe 4-56; GILLMORE, Crock 4-44; HIGGINS, Rashar
4-42; ALEXANDER, Donn 3-17; CARTWRIGHT, Kiv 2-51; BIBBS, Kapri 1-6.
INTERCEPTIONS: UWashington State-Deone Bucannon 1-8. Colorado State-MORGAN, Max 1-1.
FUMBLES: Washington State-Theron West 1-0; T. Caldwell 1-1; Jere. Laufasa 1-1. Colorado State-HIGGINS, Rashar 1-1;
VADEN, Jordon 1-1.
SACKS (UA-A): Washington State-Destiny Vaeao 0-1; Darryl Paulo 1-0; Xavier Cooper 0-1. Colorado State-JAMES, Cory 2-0;
JACKSON, Terry 1-0; KAWULOK, Joe 1-0; EDWARDS, Eli 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington State-Casey Locker 8-7; Justin Sagote 4-11; Darryl Monroe 5-8; Tana Pritchard 3-5; Cyrus
Coen 3-4; Kache Palacio 2-5; Damante Horton 5-1; Deone Bucannon 4-1; N. Washington 2-1; Xavier Cooper 1-2;
Ioane Gauta 1-2; Kalaf. Pole 0-2; J. Allison 1-0; Jared Byers 1-0; Darryl Paulo 1-0; Lyman Faoliu 1-0; Destiny Vaeao
0-1. Colorado State-DAVIS, Aaron 5-2; PIERRE-LOUIS, K 5-2; BARRETT, Shaqui 4-2; MORGAN, Max 5-0; JAMES, Cory
4-1; MATTHEWS, Trent 2-3; BLAKE, Bernard 3-1; BELL, Shaq 3-1; ODEN, Jasen 2-1; JACKSON, Terry 2-0; MICHEL,
Steven 2-0; BIBBS, Kapri 1-0; EDWARDS, Eli 1-0; JANUSKA, Nick 1-0; KAWULOK, Joe 1-0; RICHBURG, Westo 1-0;
TONGA, Calvin 0-1.

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2015-16 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL SCHEDULE


Date / Time (ET) ................... Bowl ...................................................................................................Site .....................................................................................Matchup ................................................... TV
TBA ......................................... Arizona Bowl ....................................................................................Arizona Stadium, Tucson, Ariz. ...........................................Mountain West vs. C-USA ...................... TBA
Sat., Dec. 19, 12 p.m. ............. AutoNation Cure Bowl ....................................................................Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fla. .....................................American vs. Sun Belt ........................ CBSSN
Sat., Dec. 19, 2 p.m. ............... Gildan New Mexico Bowl .............................................................University Stadium, Albuquerque, N.M..............................C-USA vs. Mountain West ....................ESPN
Sat., Dec. 19, 3:30 p.m. .......... Royal Purple Las Vegas Bowl........................................................Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, Nev. ..................................Mountain West/BYU vs. Pac-12 ..............ABC
Sat., Dec. 19, 5:30 p.m. .......... Raycom Media Camellia Bowl......................................................Cramton Bowl, Montgomery, Ala. ......................................MAC vs. Sun Belt...................................ESPN
Sat., Dec. 19, 9 p.m. ............... R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl...................................................Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La...................Mountain West vs. Sun Belt .................ESPN
Mon., Dec. 21, 2:30 p.m. ........ Miami Beach Bowl..........................................................................Marlins Park, Miami, Fla.....................................................American vs. C-USA ..............................ESPN
Tues., Dec. 22, 3:30 p.m. ........ Famous Idaho Potato Bowl ............................................................Albertsons Stadium, Boise, Idaho ......................................MAC vs. Mountain West .......................ESPN
Tues., Dec. 22, 7 p.m. ............. Boca Raton Bowl .............................................................................FAU Stadium, Boca Raton, Fla. ...........................................American vs. MAC .................................ESPN
Wed., Dec. 23, 4:30 p.m......... San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl.......................Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif. ...............................Mountain West vs. Army .......................ESPN
Wed., Dec. 23, 8 p.m.............. GoDaddy Bowl..................................................................................Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Ala. ..................................MAC vs. Sun Belt...................................ESPN
Thurs., Dec. 24, 12 p.m. ......... Popeyes Bahamas Bowl.................................................................Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, Nassau, Bahamas ...C-USA vs. MAC......................................ESPN
Thurs., Dec. 24, 8 p.m. ........... Hawai`i Bowl....................................................................................Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawai`i .....................................American vs. Mountain West/BYU .......ESPN
Sat., Dec. 26, 11 a.m. ............. St. Petersburg Bowl ........................................................................Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Fla. ...................................ACC vs. American ..................................ESPN
Sat., Dec. 26, 2 p.m. ............... Hyundai Sun Bowl ...........................................................................Sun Bowl, El Paso, Texas ....................................................ACC/Notre Dame vs. Pac-12 ................... CBS
Sat., Dec. 26, 2:20 p.m. .......... Zaxbys Heart of Dallas Bowl ........................................................Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas .................................................Big 12 vs. C-USA....................................ESPN
Sat., Dec. 26, 3:30 p.m. .......... New Era Pinstripe Bowl .................................................................Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y. ..............................................ACC/Notre Dame vs. Big Ten ..................ABC
Sat., Dec. 26, 5:45 p.m. .......... Independence Bowl ........................................................................Independence Stadium, Shreveport, La..............................ACC/Notre Dame vs. SEC ......................ESPN
Sat., Dec. 26, 9:15 p.m. .......... Foster Farms Bowl ...........................................................................Levis Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.......................................Big Ten vs. Pac-12 ..................................ESPN
Mon., Dec. 28, 2:30 p.m. ........ Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman .......................Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Annapolis, Md. ...ACC/Notre Dame vs. American .............ESPN
Mon., Dec. 28, 5 p.m. ............. Quick Lane Bowl..............................................................................Ford Field, Detroit, Mich. ....................................................ACC/Notre Dame vs. Big Ten ..............ESPN2
Tues., Dec. 29, 2 p.m. ............. Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl .........................................Amon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, Texas ......................Mountain West vs. Big Ten ...................ESPN
Tues., Dec. 29, 5:30 p.m. ........ Russell Athletic Bowl .....................................................................Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fla. .....................................ACC/Notre Dame vs. Big 12 ..................ESPN
Tues., Dec. 29, 9 p.m. ............. AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl ...........................................................NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas ............................................Big 12 vs. SEC ........................................ESPN
Wed., Dec. 30, 12 p.m............ Birmingham Bowl ............................................................................Legion Field, Birmingham, Ala. ...........................................American vs. SEC...................................ESPN
Wed., Dec. 30, 3:30 p.m......... Belk Bowl..........................................................................................Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, N.C. .........................ACC/Notre Dame vs. SEC ......................ESPN
Wed., Dec. 30, 7 p.m.............. Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl .........................LP Field, Nashville, Tenn. ....................................................ACC/Notre Dame or Big Ten vs. SEC .....ESPN
Wed., Dec. 30, 10:30 p.m....... National University Holiday Bowl ................................................Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif. ...............................Big Ten vs. Pac-12 ..................................ESPN
Thurs., Dec. 31, 12 p.m. ......... Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl ..................................................................Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga.................................................New Years Six .......................................ESPN
Thurs., Dec. 31, 4 or 8 p.m. .... College Football Playoff at Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic ....AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas .........................................National Semifinal .................................ESPN
Thurs., Dec. 31, 4 or 8 p.m. .... College Football Playoff at Capital One Orange Bowl..............Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens, Fla. ..............................National Semifinal .................................ESPN
Fri., Jan. 1, 12 p.m.................. Outback Bowl ...................................................................................Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla. ...............................Big Ten vs. SEC ....................................ESPN2
Fri., Jan. 1, 1 p.m.................... Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl...................................................Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Fla. .....................................Big Ten vs. SEC ........................................ABC
Fri., Jan. 1, 1 p.m.................... Fiesta Bowl .......................................................................................University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz. ..................New Years Six .......................................ESPN
Fri., Jan. 1, 5 p.m.................... Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual .............Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Calif. ...............................................Big Ten vs. Pac-12 (New Years Six) ......ESPN
Fri., Jan. 1, 8:30 p.m............... Allstate Sugar Bowl ........................................................................Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, La...................SEC vs. Big 12 (New Years Six).............ESPN
Sat., Jan. 2, 12 p.m. ............... TaxSlayer Bowl ................................................................................EverBank Field, Jacksonville, Fla. .......................................ACC/Notre Dame or Big Ten vs. SEC .....ESPN
Sat., Jan. 2, 3:20 p.m. ............ AutoZone Liberty Bowl ...................................................................Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, Tenn. .............Big 12 vs. SEC ........................................ESPN
Sat., Jan. 2, 6:45 p.m. ............ Valero Alamo Bowl..........................................................................Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas ........................................Big 12 vs. Pac-12 ...................................ESPN
Sat., Jan. 2, 10:15 p.m. .......... Cactus Bowl......................................................................................Chase Field, Phoenix, Ariz...................................................Big 12 vs. Pac-12 ...................................ESPN
Mon., Jan. 11, 8:30 p.m. ........ College Football Playoff National Championship .....................University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz. ..................National Championship .........................ESPN

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RECORD BOOK

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

PASS ATTEMPTS

No. Player
1. 89 Connor Halliday
2. 79 Connor Halliday
3. 74 Luke Falk
4. 70 Connor Halliday
5. 69 Connor Halliday
6. 67 Connor Halliday
7. 66 Drew Bledsoe
8. 65 Connor Halliday
9. 63 Connor Halliday
10. 62 Connor Halliday
62 Connor Halliday

Opponent
Oregon
Arizona
Arizona State
California
Stanford
California
Montana
Auburn
Oregon
Utah
Portland State

FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)


74 Luke Falk
Arizona State
SOPHOMORE RECORD
60 Connor Halliday
Colorado
60 Connor Halliday
Oregon
JUNIOR RECORD
89 Connor Halliday
Oregon
SENIOR RECORD
79 Connor Halliday
Arizona

PASS COMPLETIONS


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

9.

No. Player
58 Connor Halliday
56 Connor Halliday
49 Connor Halliday
45 Luke Falk
44 Luke Falk
43 Connor Halliday
42 Jeff Tuel
42 Connor Halliday
41 Connor Halliday
41 Connor Halliday

Opponent
Oregon
Arizona
California
Arizona State
Oregon State
Oregon
Stanford
Stanford
California
Portland State

FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)


45 Luke Falk
Arizona State
SOPHOMORE RECORD
33 Connor Halliday
Oregon
JUNIOR RECORD
58 Connor Halliday
Oregon
SENIOR RECORD
56 Connor Halliday
Arizona

PASSING YARDS

No. Player
1. 734 Connor Halliday
2. 601 Luke Falk
3. 557 Connor Halliday
4. 544 Connor Halliday
5. 532 Connor Halliday
6. 531 Alex Brink
7. 521 Connor Halliday
8. 494 Connor Halliday
9. 489 Connor Halliday
10. 488 Connor Halliday

Opponent
California
Arizona State
Oregon
Portland State
Rutgers
Oregon State
California
Arizona State
Arizona
Utah

FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)


601 Luke Falk
Arizona State
SOPHOMORE RECORD
531 Alex Brink
Oregon State
JUNIOR RECORD
557 Connor Halliday
Oregon
SENIOR RECORD
734 Connor Halliday
California

Date
10/19/13
10/25/14
11/22/14
10/4/14
10/10/14
10/5/13
9/5/92
8/31/13
9/20/14
11/23/13
9/13/14
11/22/14
9/22/12
9/29/12
10/19/13
10/25/14

Date
10/19/13
10/25/14
10/4/14
11/22/14
11/8/14
9/20/14
10/27/12
10/10/14
10/5/13
9/13/14
11/22/14
9/29/12
10/19/13
10/25/14

Date
10/4/14
10/22/14
10/19/13
9/13/14
8/28/14
10/1/05
10/5/13
11/12/11
10/25/14
10/23/13
10/22/14
10/1/05
10/19/13
10/4/14

TOUCHDOWNS


1.



5.










No. Player
6
Jason Gesser
6
Connor Halliday
6
Connor Halliday
6
Connor Halliday
5
Jack Thompson
5
Timm Rosenbach
5
Drew Bledsoe
5
Ryan Leaf
5
Alex Brink
5
Alex Brink
5
Alex Brink
5
Marshall Lobbestael
5
Connor Halliday
5
Connor Halliday
5
Connor Halliday
5
Luke Falk

Opponent
Date
Arizona
10/14/00 (3 ot)
Colorado State
12/21/13
Portland State
9/13/14
California
10/4/14
Washington
11/20/76
Tennessee
10/1/88
Oregon State
10/5/91
California
10/18/97
California
10/22/05
San Diego State
9/8/07
Washington
11/24/07
UNLV
9/10/11
UCLA
11/10/12
Southern Utah
9/14/13
Rutgers
8/28/14
Oregon State
11/8/14

FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)


5
Luke Falk
Oregon State
11/8/14
SOPHOMORE RECORD
6
Jason Gesser
Arizona
10/14/00 (3 ot)
JUNIOR RECORD
6
Connor Halliday
vs. Colorado State 12/21/13
SENIOR RECORD
6
Connor Halliday
California
10/414

PASSES INTERCEPTED

No. Player
1. 6
Jerry Henderson
6
Chuck Peck
6
Paul Mencke
6
Alex Brink
5. 5
Jerry Henderson
5
Jerry Henderson
5
Timm Rosenbach
5
Matt Kegel
9. 4
15 Times

Most Recent:

Luke Falk

Opponent
Arizona State
California
USC
Oregon State
Baylor
Oregon State
Oregon
Oregon State

Date
10/21/67
11/16/74
10/17/98
11/17/07
10/7/67
10/26/68
11/14/87
9/27/03

Arizona State

11/22/14

FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)


4
Aaron Garcia
Arizona
4
Connor Halliday
Utah
4
Luke Falk
Arizona State
SOPHOMORE RECORD
6
Paul Mencke
USC
JUNIOR RECORD
6
Jerry Henderson
Arizona State
SENIOR RECORD
6
Chuck Peck
California
6
Alex Brink
Oregon State

10/21/89
11/19/11
11/22/14
10/17/98
10/21/67
11/16/74
11/17/07

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (Min. 10 Att.)

No.
1. .870 (20-23)
2. .818 (9-11)
.818 (9-11)
4. .809 (38-47)
5. .806 (25-31)
6. .800 (8-10)
.800 (8-10)
.800 (8-10)
.800 (12-15)
10. .786 (11-14)
.786 (11-14)
.786 (11-14)

Player
Opponent
Alex Brink
Oregon
Wayne Berry
Iowa
R. Turner
Montana State
Alex Brink
SDSU
T. Rosenbach Arizona
Wayne Berry
UCLA
Frank Sarno
Pacific
Jerry Henderson Oregon State
Alex Brink
Idaho
Bob Newman California
Aaron Garcia
Arizona State
Jeff Tuel
UCLA

Date
10/21/06
10/3/53
9/3/83
9/8/07
10/24/87
10/24/53
9/25/54
10/29/66
9/9/06
11/17/56
10/28/89
11/10/12

FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)


.786 (11/14) Aaron Garcia
Arizona State 10/28/89
SOPHOMORE RECORD
.806 (25/31) Timm Rosenbach Arizona
10/24/87
JUNIOR RECORD
.870 (20/23) Alex Brink
Oregon
10/21/06
SENIOR RECORD
.818 (9/11) Wayne Berry
Iowa
10/3/53
.818 (9/11) Ricky Turner
Montana State 9/31/83
NOTE: Bob Newman completed 11-of-12 for the West in the
1958 East-West Shrine Game.

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CAREER 400+ PASSING YARDS


1.
2.
3.


6.


12
5
2
2
2
1
1
1
1

Connor Halliday
Alex Brink
Drew Bledsoe
Jason Gesser
Luke Falk
Ryan Leaf
Mike Pattinson
Mark Rypien
Jeff Tuel

CAREER 300+ PASSING YARDS


1.
2.

4.

6.




11.

21
12
12
6
6
5
5
5
5
5
4

Connor Halliday
Alex Brink
Ryan Leaf
Jason Gesser
Timm Rosenbach
Drew Bledsoe
Matt Kegel
Jack Thompson
Marshall Lobbestael
Jeff Tuel
Luke Falk

300 PASSING YARDS IN A HALF (SINCE 1983)

No. Player
Opponent
Date
1. 397 (2nd) Connor Halliday California
10/4/14
2. 371 (2nd) Ryan Leaf
Arizona State
11/1/97
3. 337 (1st) Connor Halliday California
10/14
4. 329 (1st) Luke Falk
Arizona State
11/22/14
5. 321 (1st) Connor Halliday Portland State
9/13/14
6. 319 (1st) Connor Halliday Oregon
10/19/13
7. 305 (1st) Ryan Leaf
Southwestern La.
11/8/97
8. 304 (1st) Alex Brink
San Diego State (Seattle) 9/8/07
9. 303 (1st) Ryan Leaf
San Jose State
9/28/96
10. 302 (1st) Mike Pattinson Arizona State
11/7/93
11. 300 (1st) Drew Bledsoe Utah (Copper Bowl) 12/29/92

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS

RUSHING ATTEMPTS

No. Player
1. 42 Jerome Harrison
2. 41 Steve Broussard
3. 39 Rueben Mayes
4. 38 Jerome Harrison
5. 37 Michael Black
37 Kevin Brown
37 Dwight Tardy
8. 36 Ken Grandberry
36 Jonathan Smith
36 Jerome Harrison

Opponent
Date
UCLA
2004
Oregon
1989
Oregon
1984
Arizona St 2005
Washington
1997
Stanford
1998
UCLA
2007
Stanford
1972
UCLA
2003
Washington 2005

FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)


26 Deon Burnett
Hawaii
SOPHOMORE RECORD
37 Kevin Brown
Stanford
37 Dwight Tardy
UCLA
JUNIOR RECORD
42 Jerome Harrison
UCLA
SENIOR RECORD
41 Steve Broussard
Oregon

NET RUSHING YARDS

No. Player
1. 357 Rueben Mayes
2. 261 Bernard Jackson
3. 260 Jerome Harrison
4. 247 Jerome Harrison
5. 240 Jerome Harrison
6. 218 Tali Ena
218 Jerome Harrison
8. 216 Rueben Mayes
9. 214 Michael Black
214 Dwight Tardy

1999
1998
2007
2004
1989

Opponent
Date
Oregon
1984
Oregon
1971
UCLA
2005
UCLA
2004
Arizona St 2005
Oregon State
1979
Stanford
2005
Stanford
1984
California
1996
UCLA
2007

FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)


145 Dwight Tardy
Oregon
SOPHOMORE RECORD
214 Dwight Tardy
UCLA
JUNIOR RECORD
357 Rueben Mayes
Oregon
SENIOR RECORD
261 Bernard Jackson
UCLA

CAREER 200+ RUSHING YARDS


1.
2.
3.




5
3
1
1
1
1
1
1

Jerome Harrison
Rueben Mayes
Michael Black
Steve Broussard
Kevin Brown
Tali Ena
Bernard Jackson
Dwight Tardy

CAREER 100+ RUSHING YARDS


1.

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

9.


15
15
14
13
11
10
9
9
6
6
6
6

Jerome Harrison
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
Steve Broussard
Rueben Mayes
Michael Black
Kerry Porter
Ken Grandberry
Tim Harris
Bernard Jackson
Andrew Jones
Frank Madu
Rich Swinton

CAREER 200+ RECEIVING YARDS


1.



5.




2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1

Jason Hill
Nian Taylor
Marquess Wilson
Vince Mayle
Ed Barker
Phillip Bobo
Gail Cogdill
Nakoa McElrath
Deron Pointer
Isiah Myers

2006

2007

(171 Games by 67 Players; Players listed with five or more)


1. 14 Marquess Wilson
2010-12
2. 11 Mike Levenseller
1975-77
3. 9
Hugh Campbell
1960-62
9
Brandon Gibson
2005-08
9
Jason Hill
2003-06
9
Tim Stallworth
1986-89
7. 7
Phillip Bobo
1990-92
7
C.J. Davis
1988-89, 91-92
7
Vince Mayle
2013-14
10. 6
Nokoa McElrath
2000-01
6
Nian Taylor
1996-99
6
Dom Williams
2012-pres.
13. 5
Ed Barker
1950-52
5
Jared Karstetter
2008-11
5
Kevin McKenzie
1996-97
5
River Cracraft
2013-pres.

1984
1971

TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
Opponent
Date
1. 5
James Matthews
Idaho
1982
2. 4
Rueben Mayes
Stanford
1984
Montana State 1985
4 Rueben Mayes
4 Shaumbe Wright-Fair Temple 1992
4
Deon Burnett
Louisiana Lafayette
1999
4
Dave Minnich
Arizona
2001
Montana State 2001
4 John Tippins
8. 3
24 Times

Most Recent: (Carl Winston, Washington, 2012)
FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)
Louisiana-Lafayette 1999
4 Deon Burnett
SOPHOMORE RECORD
3
Jerry Williams
Idaho
1946
3
Wayne Fackrell
Utah State
1950
3
Wayne Berry
Oregon
1951
3
Tim Harris
Arizona
1980
JUNIOR RECORD
4
Rueben Mayes
Stanford
1984
4
John Tippins
Montana State
2001
SENIOR RECORD
5
James Matthews
Idaho
1982

CAREER 100+ RECEIVING YARDS

RECEPTIONS (10+)

No. Player
1. 15 Vince Mayle
2. 14 River Cracraft
14 Vince Mayle
4. 13 Gabe Marks
5. 12 Doug Flansburg
12 Marquess Wilson
12 Vince Mayle
8. 11 Hugh Campbell
11 Leaford Hackett
11 Michael Bumpus
11 Brandon Gibson
11 Marquess Wilson
11 Gabe Marks
11 Isiah Myers
11 Vince Mayle
11 River Cracraft

Opponent
Arizona State
Stanford
Arizona
Oregon
Houston
Oregon
Rutgers
Arizona State
Oregon
USC
Arizona
Oregon
Idaho
Portland State
California
California

FRESHMAN RECORD (SINCE 1972)


10 Phillip Bobo
Arizona State
SOPHOMORE RECORD
14 River Cracraft
Stanford
JUNIOR RECORD
12 Doug Flansburg
Houston
12 Marquess Wilson
Oregon
SENIOR RECORD
15 Vince Mayle
Arizona State

RECEIVING YARDS

No. Player
1. 263 Vince Mayle
2. 252 Vince Mayle
3. 255 Deron Pointer
4. 254 Nian Taylor
5. 252 Gail Cogdill
6. 240 Jason Hill
7. 236 Marquess Wilson
8. 227 Isiah Myers
9. 223 Marquess Wilson
10. 215 Ed Barker

Opponent
California
Arizona State
ASU
Idaho
Northwestern
California
San Diego State
Portland State
Arizona State
Oregon State

FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)


150 Marquess Wilson
Stanford
SOPHOMORE RECORD
236 Marquess Wilson
San Diego State
JUNIOR RECORD
252 Gail Cogdill
Northwestern
SENIOR RECORD
263 Vince Mayle
California

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 3
Jack Fanning
3
Hugh Campbell
3
Mike Levenseller
3
Phillip Bobo
3
Deron Pointer
3
Nian Taylor
3
Nakoa McElrath
3
Nakoa McElrath
3
Jason Hill
3
Jason Hill
3
Chris Jordan
3
Marquess Wilson
3
Isiah Myers
3
River Cracraft

Opponent
Nebraska
Arizona State
Washington
Arizona State
Arizona State
Idaho
Arizona
Boise State
Idaho
California
Idaho
Arizona State
Portland State
California

FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)


3
Phillip Bobo
Arizona State
SOPHOMORE RECORD
3
Hugh Campbell
Arizona State
3
Jason Hill
Idaho
3
Marquess Wilson
Arizona State
3
River Cracraft
California
JUNIOR RECORD
3
Four Times

(Last: Jason Hill, California, 2005)
SENIOR RECORD
3
Five Times

(Last: Isiah Myers, Portland State, 2014)

Date
2014
2014
2014
2013
1966
2012
2014
1960
1998
2006
2007
2011
2013
2014
2014
2014
1990
2014
1966
2012
2014

Date
2014
2014
1993
1998
1958
2005
2011
2014
2011
1951
2010
2011
1958
2014

Date
1957
1960
1976
1990
1993
1998
2000
2001
2004
2005
2006
2011
2014
2014
1990
1960
2004
2011
2014

89

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS
TOTAL TACKLES

No. Player
Opponent
1. 28 Brian Forde
California
2. 25 Brian Forde
Michigan
25 Dan Grayson
Arizona
4. 24 Brian Forde
Stanford
5. 23 Anthony McClanahan USC
23 James Darling
Colorado
7. 20 Brian Forde
Arizona
20 Tuineau Alipate
Michigan
20 Dan Grayson
Arizona
20 Anthony McClanahan Stanford
20 Anthony McClanahan ASU
20 Brandon Moore
Arizona State
SOPHOMORE RECORD
28 Brian Forde
JUNIOR RECORD
24 Brian Forde
SENIOR RECORD
25 Brian Forde
25 Dan Grayson

California

1985

Stanford

1986

Michigan
Arizona

1987
1989

SOLO TACKLES

No. Player
Opponent
1. 21 Brian Forde
California
21 Anthony McClanahan USC
3. 19 Dan Grayson
Arizona
4. 16 Anthony McClanahan ASU
5. 14 Brian Flones
Arizona State
14 Brian Forde
Michigan
14 James Darling
Pittsburgh
14 James Darling
Colorado
14 Deone Bucannon
Arizona
9. 13 Brian Flones
Arizona State
13 Artie Holmes
Arizona State
13 Brian Forde
Arizona State
13 Deone Bucannon
Arizona State
FRESHMAN RECORD
14 Deone Bucannon
Arizona
SOPHOMORE RECORD
21 Brian Forde
California
21 Anthony McClanahan USC
JUNIOR RECORD
16 Anthony McClanahan Arizona State
SENIOR RECORD
19 Dan Grayson
Arizona

ASSISTED TACKLES

No. Player
Opponent
1. 15 Ben Carrillo
Washington
15 John Diggs
USC
3. 14 Brian Forde
Stanford
4. 13 Lee Blakeney
UCLA
13 Brandon Moore
Arizona State
13 Billy Newman
Arizona State
7. 12 Anthony McClanahan UNLV
8. 11 Rico Tipton
Ohio State
11 Lee Blakeney
UCLA
11 Lee Blakeney
USC
11 Brian Forde
Arizona
11 Brian Forde
Michigan
11 Tuineau Alipate
Michigan
11 Steve Gleason
Stanford
11 Justin Sagote
Colorado State
SOPHOMORE RECORD
15 Ben Carrillo
JUNIOR RECORD
14 Brian Forde
SENIOR RECORD
15 John Diggs

90

Date
1985
1987
1989
1986
1991
1996
1986
1987
1989
1991
1992
1997

TACKLES-FOR-LOSS

No. Player
Opponent
Date
1. 6.5 Cory Evans
Oregon State
2007 (-20)
2. 5.0 Keith Millard
Arizona
1983 (-26)
5.0 DeWayne Patterson Pacific
1993 (-25)
5.0 Mkristo Bruce
Stanford
2006 (-33)
5.0 Andy Mattingly
Arizona State
2007 (-31)
6. 4.5 D.D. Acholonu
Washington
2003 (-27)
7. 4.0 20 times

Most Recent: (Cyrus Coen, Arizona State, 2012)
SOPHOMORE RECORD
5.0 Andy Mattingly
JUNIOR RECORD
6.5 Cory Evans
SENIOR RECORD
5.0 Keith Millard
5.0 Mkristo Bruce

2010

INTERCEPTIONS

1989

Date
1982
1990
1986
1981
1997
2000
1991
1984
1984
1984
1986
1987
1987
1999
2013

Washington

1982

Stanford

1986

USC

1990

Oregon State

2007

Arizona
Stanford

1983
2006

No. Player
Opponent
Date
1. 5.0 Mkristo Bruce
Stanford
2006 (-33)
2. 4.0 Tim Downing
California
1987 (-8)
4.0 Keith Millard
Oregon State
1983 (-35)
4.0 DeWayne Patterson Oregon
1993 (-23)
4.0 DeWayne Patterson UCLA
1994 (-13)
4.0 Andy Mattingly
Arizona State
2007 (-29)
7. 3.5 DeWayne Patterson Oregon
1994 (-22)
8. 3.0 12 players (19 times)

Most Recent: (Scott Davis, Oregon State, 2006)
SOPHOMORE RECORD
4.0 Tim Downing
4.0 Andy Mattingly
JUNIOR RECORD
4.0 DeWayne Patterson
SENIOR RECORD
5.0 Mkristo Bruce

1992

2007

SACKS (since 1979; 3+)

Date
1985
1991
1989
1992
1980
1987
1995
1996
2010
1979
1985
1987
2011

1985
1991

Arizona State

No. Player
1. 4
Lamont Thompson
2. 3
Bill Lippincott
3
Laverne Torgeson
3
Clete Baltes
3
Rick Reed
3
Lionel Thomas
3
Lionel Thomas
3
Eric Johnson
3
Paul Sorensen
3
Ron Collins
3
Torey Hunter
3
Lamont Thompson
3
Will Derting
FRESHMAN RECORD
3
Bill Lippincott
3
Torey Hunter
3
Lamont Thompson
3
Will Derting
SOPHOMORE RECORD
3
Laverne Torgeson
3
Rick Reed
3
Ron Collins
JUNIOR RECORD
3
Clete Baltes
3
Lionel Thomas
3
Eric Johnson
SENIOR RECORD
4
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California
Arizona State

1987
2007

Oregon

1993

Stanford

2006

Opponent
UCLA
Oregon State
Penn State
Stanford
Oregon
Pacific
Idaho
Washington
Arizona
Stanford
Arizona State
Washington
Nevada

Date
2001
1945
1948
1962
1966
1969
1970
1972
1981
1984
1991
1997
2002

Oregon State
Arizona State
Washington
Nevada

1945
1991
1997
2002

Penn State
Oregon
Stanford

1948
1966
1984

Stanford
Pacific
Washington

1962
1969
1972

UCLA

2001

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

(55 Times by 45 Players)


Player
Opponent
Albert Charlton
California
Chuck Stone
Washington
Bruce Nevitt
Stanford
Garner Ekstran
Stanford
Harold Haddock
Pacific
Clancy Williams
San Jose State
Bill Gaskins
Pacific
Bill Gaskins
Villanova
Lewis Norris
Arizona State
Lionel Thomas
UCLA
Tom Poe
Minnesota
Mark Patterson
California
Matt Elisara
UCLA
Joe Taylor
Michigan
Ron Collins
UNLV
Brian Forde
Wyoming
James Hasty
Wyoming
Shawn Landrum
Arizona
Dan Webber
Arizona
Ron Ricard
Oregon
Roosevelt Noble
Oregon State
John Diggs
UCLA
Alvin Dunn
BYU
Michael Wright
Arizona
Ron Childs
UCLA
Chris Hayes
Arizona State
DeWayne Patterson UCLA
Shad Hinchen
Oregon State
Billy Newman
Idaho
Billy Newman
Stanford
Lamont Thompson
Arizona
Erik Coleman
Oregon State
Jason David
Purdue
Raonall Smith
Boise State
Will Derting
Nevada
Erik Coleman
UCLA
Jason David
Colorado
Jason David
Arizona
Virgil Williams
Oregon
Pat Bennett
ASU
Pat Bennett
USC
Eric Frampton
Nevada
Michael Graise
Stanford
Tyron Brackenridge Oregon
Eric Frampton
Washington
Husain Abdullah
Stanford
Louis Bland
Oregon State
Alex Hoffman-Ellis
SMU
Myron Beck
SMU
Alex Hoffman-Ellis
Idaho State
Damante Horton
Oregon
Damante Horton
USC
Damante Horton
Southern Utah
Damante Horton
Utah
Casey Locker
Utah

Yards
53
54
32
40
91
62
50
41
57
93
26
63
42
63
71
27
40
62
1
74
61
72
25
29
17
44
89
23
10
54
36
43
45
54
98
25
41
34
40
39
28
36
33
24
43
55
16
52
67
67
76
70
72
22
39

Date
1951
1953
1954
1960
1960
1962
1964
1965
1966
1969
1971
1975
1981
1983
1986
1987
1987
1987
1987
1989
1989
1990
1990
1991
1992
1993
1993
1996
2000
2001
2001
2001
2001
2001
2002
2002
2003
2003
2003
2003
2004
2005
2006
2006
2006
2007
2008
2009
2009
2011
2011
2013
2013
2013
2013

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS
PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

(21 Times by 16 Players)


[list includes all players since 1949 plus players prior to
1949 who were included in the list of long punt returns.]
Player
Opponent Yards
Jerry Niesksen
Idaho
80
Benton Bangs
Oregon
72
Bud Roffler
USC
46
Bill Berry
Pacific
69
Dave Kerrone
San Jose State 75
Mark Williams
San Jose State 81
Mark Williams
Oregon
73
Mark Williams
Idaho
72
Rick Reed
San Jose State 81
Lionel Thomas
Idaho
63
Robin Sinclair
Oregon State
50
Robin Sinclair
Idaho
82
Eric Johnson
Idaho
75
Mike Levenseller
UCLA
32
Kitrick Taylor
Oregon
78
Kitrick Taylor
UCLA
69
Ricky Reynolds
Montana State
35
Jay Dumas
UCLA
72
Shawn Tims
Boise State
73
Michael Bumpus
Oregon
52
Michael Bumpus
Arizona State
76
Michael Bumpus
Nevada
87

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

FIELD GOALS MADE

Date
1906
1917
1950
1953
1960
1968
1968
1968
1968
1970
1972
1973
1973
1977
1983
1985
1985
1995
1997
2004
2004
2005

(25 Times by 19 Players)


[list includes all players since 1948 plus players prior to
1949 who were included in the list of long kickoff returns.]
Player
Opponent Yards Date
William Tonkin
College of Idaho 95
1928
Ted Rowher
USC
90
1928
Bob Kennedy
Idaho
80
1941
Jerry Williams
Montana
88
1948
Jerry Williams
California
87
1948
Bud Roffler
Montana
85
1951
Don Ellingsen
USC
89
1957
Chuck Morrell
UCLA
83
1958
Ken Graham
San Jose State 91
1961
Ken Graham
Stanford
92
1962
Bill Gaskins
Idaho
?
1963
Aamon McWashington Baylor
95
1966
Mark Williams
UCLA
97
1968
Bernard Jackson
UCLA
100
1971
Bernard Jackson
Oregon State
95
1971
Steve Broussard
Arizona State
98
1989
Anthony Prior
Arizona
99
1990
Anthony Prior
USC
100
1991
Deron Pointer
UCLA
98
1992
Kevin Hicks
Michigan
97
1993
Bryant Thomas
San Jose State 50
1996
Dee Moronkola
Oregon
91
1998
Dee Moronkola
Boise State
88
1998
Sammy Moore
Oklahoma
89
2002
Sammy Moore
Colorado
97
2003

No. Player
Opponent
1. 5
Drew Dunning
New Mexico
2. 4
Chuck Diedrick
Kansas
4
Paul Watson
Kansas
4
John Traut
Tennessee
4
Jason Hanson
BYU
4
Jason Hanson
Arizona
4
Rian Lindell
Boise State
4
Drew Dunning
Purdue
4
Drew Dunning
Washington
4
Drew Dunning
Idaho
4
Drew Dunning
Washington
4 Romeen Abdollmohammadi Stanford
4
Andrew Furney
UCLA
SOPHOMORE RECORD
4
Jason Hanson
4
Jason Hanson
4
Drew Dunning
4
Andrew Furney
JUNIOR RECORD
4
Chuck Diedrick
4
Paul Watson
4
John Traut
4
Rian Lindell
4
Drew Dunning
SENIOR RECORD
5
Drew Dunning

BYU
Arizona
Purdue
UCLA

1989
1989
2001
2011

Kansas
Kansas
Tennessee
Boise State
Washington

1975
1977
1984
1998
2002

New Mexico

2003

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 4 Att.)

No. Player
Opponent
1. 1.000 5/5, Drew Dunning New Mexico
2. 1.000 4/4 by several players

Most Recent: (Andrew Furney, UCLA, 2011)

MOST 50+ FIELD GOALS

No. Player
1. 2
Kevin Morris

(52, 50)
2
Jason Hanson

(58, 52)
2
Jason Hanson

(54, 50)

Date
2003
1975
1977
1984
1989
1989
1998
2001
2002
2003
2003
2007
2011

Date
2003

Opponent
Oregon State

Date
1981

Brigham Young

1989

Fresno State

1991

LONGEST FIELD GOAL (50+)

No. Player
1. 62 Jason Hanson
2. 60 Andrew Furney
3. 58 Jason Hanson
58 Jason Hanson
5. 57 Paul Watson
57 Rian Lindell
7. 56 Nico Grasu
8. 55 Joe Danelo
55 Jason Hanson
10. 54
Jason Hanson
54 Jason Hanson
12. 53 Jason Hanson
53 Jason Hanson
53 Jason Hanson
53 Tony Truant
16. 52 Kevin Morris
52 Jason Hanson
52 Jason Hanson
52 Jason Hanson
52 Jason Hanson
52 Aaron Price
52 Rian Lindell
52 Rian Lindell
52 Rian Lindell
52 Andrew Furney
26. 51
Kevin Adams
51 Jason Hanson
51 Jason Hanson
51 Jason Hanson
51 Jason Hanson
51 Aaron Price
51 Aaron Price
51 Tony Truant
51 Andrew Furney
51 Andrew Furney
35. 50
Joe Danelo
50 Paul Watson
50 Kevin Morris
50 Jason Hanson
50 Jason Hanson
50 Jason Hanson
50 Rian Lindell
50 Nico Grasu

PUNTS

No. Player
1. 14 Mike Monahan
2. 12 Steve Johnston
3. 11 Hank Grenda
11 Tim Davey
11 Glenn Harper
11 Steve Johnston
11 George Martin
11 George Martin
11 George Martin
11 George Martin
FRESHMAN RECORD
11 Tim Davey
11 Glenn Harper
SOPHOMORE RECORD
14 Mike Monahan
JUNIOR RECORD
12 Steve Johnston
SENIOR RECORD
11 Hank Grenda
11 Steve Johnston

LONGEST PUNT

No. Player
1. 87 Kyle Basler
2. 84 Reid Forrest
3. 83 Gavin Hedrick
4. 82 Gavin Hedrick
5. 81 Rob Meyers
6. 80 Richard Emerson
7. 76 Mark Rypien
8. 75 Rob Myers
9. 74 Keith Lincoln
74 Rob Myers

Opponent
UNLV
Eastern Washington
Brigham Young
Arizona State
Idaho
Boise State
Oklahoma State
Stanford
California
UCLA
Fresno State
Oregon State
Wyoming
Stanford
Arizona
Oregon State
Oregon State
Idaho
BYU
Ohio State
Temple
Stanford
Illinois
Arizona
Utah
Washington
UCLA
Oregon State
UCLA
Arizona
Arizona
Montana State
Oregon State
California
Idaho State
USC
UCLA
Oregon State
Arizona
California
Fresno State
Oregon State
Oregon

Date
1991
2012
1989
1990
1977
1997
2010
1974
1990
1990
1991
1989
1990
1990
1996
1981
1988
1989
1989
1991
1992
1997
1998
1999
2013
1986
1988
1990
1991
1991
1992
1993
1995
2010
2011
1972
1978
1981
1989
1990
1991
1999
2010

Opponent
Stanford
UCLA
Washington
Idaho
Oregon
UCLA
Illinois
UCLA
Oregon
Arizona

Date
1969
1992
1968
1978
1982
1993
1994
1994
1994
1994

Idaho
Oregon

1978
1982

Stanford

1969

UCLA

1992

Washington
UCLA

1968
1993

Opponent
Arizona
California
California
California
USC
Oklahoma
Oregon State
Wyoming
Idaho
Washington

Date
2004
2010
1975
1977
1989
1938
1984
1989
1960
1989

91

SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS


POINTS

No.
1. 86
2. 84
3. 77
4. 74
5. 73
6. 70
7. 68
8. 65
9. 64

64

Opponent
Season
Blair Business College 1907
Idaho
1975
SW Louisiana
1997
Puget Sound
1909
Eastern Washington 1908
Spokane AC
1907
Montana
1942
Pacific (Ore.)
1924
Montana State
1985
Idaho State
2011

TOTAL OFFENSE (600+)

No.
1. 812
2. 706
3. 693
4. 675
5. 663
6. 654
7. 653
8. 638
638
10. 637
11. 636
12. 622
13. 619
14. 618
15. 615
16. 610
17. 605
18. 603
19. 602
20. 601

601

Opponent
Season
California
2014
Portland State
2014
Idaho
1975
Utah
1985
Oregon
1984
San Diego State
2007
Montana State
2001
at Oregon State
2005
Portland State
2008
Idaho
2006
Utah (Copper Bowl) 1992
Portland State
2014
California
1997
at Tennessee
1988
Minnesota
1988
UNLV
2011
California
2005
Oregon
1977
UNLV
1983
at Illinois
1988
at California
2005

TOTAL PLAYS
No.
1. 106
2. 101
3. 100
4. 99
5. 98
6. 97
7. 95
8. 92

92
92

Opponent
Montana
at Oregon
at Arizona State
Arizona
UCLA
at Oregon State
California
Colorado
Portland State
USC

FIRST DOWNS
No.
1. 36

36

36
4. 35
5. 34
6. 33

33
33
33

33

92

Opponent
Montana
San Diego State
Portland State
Oregon
Illinois
Oregon State
Portland State
California
Arizona
at Oregon State

Season
1992
2013
2014
2014
2007
2005
2014
2004
2008
2014

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS
No.
1. 7

7
3. 6

6
6
6. 5
State, 2014

Opponent
Season
UNLV
2011
Portland State
2014
Arizona
2000
Colorado State
2013
California
2014
12 times Last - at Oregon

PASS ATTEMPTS
No.
1. 89
2. 79
3. 76
76

76
6. 70
7. 69
8. 67
9. 66
10. 65
65

Opponent
at Oregon
Arizona
California
Washington
at Arizona State
California
at Stanford
at California
USC
at Auburn
Stanford

PASS COMPLETIONS
No.
1. 58
2. 56
3. 49
4. 45
5. 44

44
7. 43
43
9. 42

42

Opponent
at Oregon
Arizona
California
at Arizona State
USC
at Oregon State
Portland State
Oregon
Stanford
at Stanford

PASSING YARDS
No.
1. 734
2. 630
3. 601
4. 557
5. 532
6. 531
7. 521
8. 513
9. 503
10. 492

Opponent
California
Portland State
at Arizona State
Oregon
Rutgers
Oregon State
California
California
Arizona State
Washington

Season
1992
2007
2008
2013
1988
1991
2014
2014
2014
2014

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

Season
2013
2014
1974
1975
2014
2014
2014
2013
2014
2013
2013

Season
2013
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2014
2012
2014

Season
2014
2014
2014
2013
2014
2005
2013
2001
2011
1992

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
No.
1. 10
2. 7

7
4. 6
6

6

6
8. 5
5
5
5
5

5
5
5

5
5

5

Opponent
Season
Idaho
1975
Oregon
1977
Montana State
1985
Pacific
1964
Oregon
1981
Oregon
1984
Louisiana Monroe
1997
San Jose State
1962
Utah
1971
Washington
1973
Arizona
1980
BYU
1981
Montana State
1981
Idaho
1982
Stanford
1984
Oregon State
1985
Illinois
1988
Oregon State
1993

RUSH ATTEMPTS
No.
1. 76
76

71
69

68
67
66
66
66
66
66

Opponent
California
Washington
Montana State
UNLV
Pacific (Ore.)
Idaho
Oregon
Washington
Oregon
California
Stanford

NET RUSHING YARDS


No.
1. 524
2. 442
3. 439
4. 438
5. 417
6. 392
7. 363
8. 352
9. 350
10. 347

Opponent
Oregon
California
Idaho
Oregon
Montana State
UNLV
Army
Pacific (Ore.)
Oregon State
California

FUMBLES (Since 1957)

No.
1. 10
2. 9
9
9
5. 8
8

8
8. 7

Opponent
UCLA
Utah
UCLA
Stanford
Arizona
Kansas
Oregon State
17 Times
Last - Hawaii

FUMBLES LOST (Since 1957)


No.
1. 6
2. 5
5
5
5. 4

Opponent
UCLA
Utah State
Utah
Stanford
24 Times
Last - Hawaii

Season
1974
1975
1985
1983
1980
1975
1973
1973
1977
1981
1982

Season
1984
1974
1975
1971
1985
1983
1980
1964
1979
1973

Season
1971
1972
1973
1974
1972
1973
1984
2009

Season
1971
1961
1966
1974
2009

PUNTS

No.
1. 15
2. 12
12
4. 11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11

Opponent
Stanford
Washington
UCLA
Idaho
UCLA
Pacific
Idaho
Idaho
Oregon
UCLA
Illinois
UCLA
Oregon
Arizona

Season
1969
1968
1992
1968
1969
1969
1970
1978
1982
1993
1994
1994
1994
1994

No.
1. 57.3
2. 54.0
3. 53.9
4. 53.4
5. 53.2
6. 53.0
7. 52.0
8. 51.8
51.8
10. 51.3

Opponent
Stanford
Ohio State
Colorado
Arizona
UNLV
Boise State
Wyoming
Villanova
Washington
UCLA

Season
2010
1991
2003
2004
2012
1997
1990
1965
1989
1967

PUNT AVG.

SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS


POINTS ALLOWED

RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED - High

TOTAL OFFENSE ALLOWED - High

RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED - Low

No.
1. 70
2. 69
3. 66

66
5. 65
6. 63
63
8. 62
9. 61
61

No.
1. 745
2. 719
3. 696
4. 675
5. 664
6. 658
7. 651
8. 646
9. 626
10. 625

Opponent Season
USC
1970
USC
2008
California
2008
Oregon State
2008
Oklahoma State
2010
Stanford
1970
Oregon
2008
Oregon
2013
California
1922
Iowa
1969

Opponent Season
USC
2005
Oregon
2013
Iowa
1969
Washington
1950
Stanford
1980
Stanford
1970
Arizona State
1989
Oregon
2004
Hawaii
2009
USC
2008

TOTAL OFFENSE ALLOWED - Low


No.
1. 97
97
3. 108
4. 114
5. 115
6. 120
7. 125
8. 129
9. 131
10. 135

Opponent Season
Idaho
1958
Oregon
1994
Oregon State
1993
Idaho
1959
Boise State
1997
Stanford
1961
Colorado
2004
Oregon State
1959
Oregon State
1958
California
1993

PASSING YARDS ALLOWED - High


No.
1. 537
2. 534
3. 527
4. 521
5. 496
6. 489
7. 448
8. 437
9. 433
10. 430

430

Opponent Season
BYU
1989
Arizona State
1989
California
2014
California
2013
Oregon State
2013
Hawaii
2009
BYU
1990
Oregon
2004
USC
2005
Stanford
1978
Idaho State
2011

PASSING YARDS ALLOWED - Low


No.
1. 0
0
0
4. 6
6
6. 7
7. 8

9
8. 10
9. 11
11

Opponent Season
Oregon State
1958
California
1966
Kansas
1977
Washington
1956
Idaho
1976
Oregon State
1975
Oregon State
1974
Oregon State
1955
Oregon State
1991
USC
1971
UCLA
1973

No.
1. 479
2. 467
3. 464
4. 462
5. 446
6. 437
7. 432
8. 429
9. 428
10. 426

No.
1. -35
2. -17
3. -11
-11
5. -10
6. -6
-6
8. 1
9. 5
10. 8

Opponent Season
UCLA
1975
Kansas
1976
Iowa
1969
USC
1974
Oregon
2001
UCLA
2010
USC
1981
USC
1970
Nebraska
1995
Baylor
2008

Opponent Season
Montana State
1993
Arizona
2002
Washington
1972
Washington
1973
Baylor
2006
Pacific
1993
Montana
1995
Montana State
1985
Illinois
1994
Portland State
2008

TACKLES-FOR-LOSS
No.
1. 15
15
3. 14
14
14
14
14

14
14
10. 13

13
13

13

13
13

Opponent Season
Wyoming
1989
Pacific
1993
Oregon State
1993
Oregon
1994
California
1998
USC
2000
USC
2004
Arizona State
2007
Idaho
2013
Montana State
1993
Oregon State
1995
Colorado
1996
Boise State
1997
Boise State
1998
Utah
1999

SACKS (Since 1985)


No.
1. 10
10
3. 8
8

8
6. 7

7

7
7

7

7
7
7

7
7

Opponent Season
Oregon
1994
Wyoming
1989
Montana State
1993
Stanford
2006
Arizona State
2002
Tennessee
1988
Grambling State
2005
Arizona State
2007
Texas
2003
Oregon State
2003
Notre Dame
2003
Arizona
2002
Stanford
2001
Boise State
2001
Oregon
2014

INTERCEPTIONS
No.
1. 7
2. 6
3. 5
5

5
5
5

5
5
5
5

Opponent Season
Oregon
2003
Oregon State
1989
Idaho
1953
Pacific
1960
San Jose State
1962
Washington
1968
Pacific
1969
Arizona State
1986
Wyoming
1987
Washington
1997
UCLA
2001

FUMBLES FORCED
No.
1. 10
2. 9

9

9
5. 8

8
8

8

8
8
8

Opponent Season
Oregon
1952
Illinois
1974
Arizona State
1979
Montana State
1985
Stanford
1952
San Jose State
1955
UCLA
1969
Michigan State
1970
Oregon State
1971
Oregon
1972
Stanford
1972

FUMBLES RECOVERED
No.
1. 7
2. 6
6
6
5. 5

5

5
5
5
5
5

Opponent Season
Michigan State
1970
USC
1957
Oregon
1972
Idaho
1978
San Jose State
1955
Utah State
1961
Texas Tech
1964
Minnesota
1965
Washington
1972
Idaho
1976
California
1994

TURNOVERS FORCED
No.
1. 9 (4 INT, 5 FUM)

9 (7 INT, 2 FUM)
3. 8 (5 INT, 3 FUM)

8 (1 INT, 7 FUM)

8 (3 INT, 5 FUM)

8 (2 INT, 6 FUM)
7. 7 (5 INT, 2 FUM)

7 (3 INT, 4 FUM)

7 (3 INT, 4 FUM)

7 (1 INT, 6 FUM)

7 (2 INT, 5 FUM)

7 (5 INT, 2 FUM)

7 (5 INT, 2 FUM)

7 (3 INT, 4 FUM)

7 (1 INT, 6 FUM)

7 (5 INT, 2 FUM)

7 (6 INT, 1 FUM)

7 (5 INT, 2 FUM)

7 (3 INT, 4 FUM)

Opponent Season
Idaho
1952
Oregon
2003
San Jose State 1962
Michigan State 1970
Washington
1972
Idaho
1978
Idaho
1953
Oregon State 1952
California
1955
USC
1957
Minnesota
1965
Washington
1968
Pacific
1969
Arizona State 1970
Oregon
1972
Wyoming
1987
Oregon State 1989
UCLA
2001
UCLA
2003

KICK RETURNS
No.
1. 11
2. 10
10
4. 9
9
9
9
9
9

9
9

9
9

Opponent Season
California
2008
Iowa
1969
Stanford
2008
Montana State
1954
USC
1970
USC
1974
Stanford
1975
Stanford
1999
USC
2007
Oregon State
2008
Arizona
2008
Oregon State
2011
Oregon
2012

KICK RETURN YARDS


No.
1. 298
2. 249
3. 238
4. 228
5. 207
6. 199
7. 184
8. 178
9. 176
10. 174
174

Opponent Season
California
2008
Oregon
1998
Oregon
2012
Oregon State
2011
Arizona State
1989
Oregon State
1963
Arizona State
1990
USC
2007
Oregon
2011
USC
1973
Stanford
1999

PUNT RETURNS
No.
1. 10
2. 9

9
4. 8

8
8
7. 7
7
7

7

7
7
7
7
7
7
7

Opponent Season
Oregon
1994
California
1993
San Jose State
1996
Idaho
1972
Oregon State
1995
Stanford
2003
San Jose State
1968
Utah
1971
California
1984
Montana State
1993
Oregon State
1993
UCLA
1993
USC
1994
Oregon
2002
Arizona
2003
Arizona
2004
Nevada
2005

PUNT RETURN YARDS


No.
1. 186
2. 171
3. 163
4. 153
5. 129
6. 116
7. 113
113
9. 110
10. 105

Opponent Season
SW Louisiana
1997
San Jose State
1968
Nevada
2005
Idaho
1973
San Jose State
1959
Stanford
2003
Idaho
1968
Oregon
1983
Montana State
2003
Boise State
1997

93

BOWL GAME RECORDS

PASSING

ATTEMPTS
1. 58
Connor Halliday
Colorado State
2. 46
Drew Bledsoe
Utah
3. 40
Jason Gesser
Purdue
4. 36
Timm Rosenbach
Houston
5. 35
Chad Davis
Baylor

RECEIVING

SPECIAL TEAMS

RECEPTIONS
1. 9
Jerome Riley
Oklahoma
2003

9
River Cracraft
Colorado State
2013
3. 8
Tim Stallworth
Houston
1988

8
C.J. Davisl
Utah
1992
5. 7
Phillip Bobo
Utah
1992

PUNT RETURNS
1. 6
Billy Gribble
BYU
1981
2. 5
Erik Coleman
Purdue
2001
3. 4
Sammy Moore
Texas
2003
4. 3
Victor Wood
Houston
1988
5. 2
Three Players

COMPLETIONS
1. 37
Connor Halliday
Colorado State
2013
2. 30
Drew Bledsoe
Utah
1992
3. 27
Chad Davis
Baylor
1994
4. 19
Timm Rosenbach
Houston
1988
5. 18
Matt Kegel
Texas
2003

RECEPTION YARDS
1. 212
Phillip Bobo
Utah
2. 139
Jerome Riley
Oklahoma
3. 134
C. J. Davis
Utah
4. 125
River Cracraft
Colorado State
5. 120
Tim Stallworth
Houston

PUNT RETURN YARDS


1. 68 (4) Sammy Moore
Texas
2. 52 (3) Victor Wood
Houston
3. 39 (6) Billy Gribble
BYU
4. 29 (5) Erik Coleman
Purdue
5. 24 (2) Leon Brooks
Colorado State

2003
1988
1981
2001
2013

YARDS
1. 476
Drew Bledsoe
Utah
2. 410
Connor Halliday
Colorado State
3. 331
Ryan Leaf
Michigan
4. 306
Timm Rosenbach
Houston
5. 286
Chad Davis
Baylor

TOUCHDOWNS
1. 2
Phillip Bobo
Utah
1992

2
Sammy Moore
Texas
2003
3. 1
10 Players

LONG PUNT RETURNS


1. 51
Sammy Moore
Texas
2. 40
Victor Wood
Houston
3. 19
Leon Brooks
Colorado State
4. 15
Billy Gribble
BYU
5. 12
Erik Coleman
Purdue

2003
1988
2013
1981
2001

2013
1992
2001
1988
1994

1992
2013
1998
1988
1994

TOUCHDOWNS
1. 6
Connor Halliday
Colorado State
2013
2. 2
Drew Bledsoe
Utah
1992

2
Matt Kegel
Texas
2003
4. 1
Timm Rosenbach
Houston
1988

1
Ryan Leaf
Michigan
1998

1
Jason Gesser
Purdue
2001

1
Jason Gesser
Oklahoma
2003
INTERCEPTIONS
1. 3
Jason Gesser
Purdue
2001
2. 2
Clete Casper
BYU
1981

2
Jason Gesser
Oklahoma
2003

2
Matt Kegel
Texas
2003
5. 1
Ryan Leaf
Michigan
1998

1
Drew Bledsoe
Utah
1992

1
Timm Rosenbach
Houston
1988

1
Connor Halliday
Colorado State
2013
LONGEST PASS
1. 87
Drew Bledsoe
Utah
1992
2. 54
Matt Kegel
Texas
2003
3. 46
Chad Davis
Baylor
1994
4. 46
Ryan Leaf
Michigan
1998
5. 46
Jason Gesser
Purdue
2001

RUSHING

ATTEMPTS
1. 33
Steve Broussard
Houston
2. 27
Shambe Wright-Fair Utah
3. 17
Dave Minnich
Purdue
4. 14
Don LaBomme
BYU

14
Timm Rosenbach
Houston

1988
1992
2001
1981
1988

YARDS
1. 139
Steve Broussard
Houston
2. 123
Shambe Wright-Fair Utah
3. 110
Jonathan Smith
Texas
4. 92
Ricky Turner
BYU
5. 79
Don LaBomme
BYU

1988
1992
2003
1981
1981

TOUCHDOWNS
1. 2
Ricky Turner
BYU
1981

2
Shambe Wright-Fair Utah
1992
3. 1
10 players
LONGEST RUSH
1. 27
Steve Broussard
Houston
1988
2. 20
Shambe Wright-Fair Utah
1992
3. 20
Alan Cox
Purdue
2001
4. 18
Don LaBomme
BYU
1981
5. 17
Jonathan Smith
Texas
2003

17
Ricky Turner
BYU
1981

94

LONGEST RECEPTION
1. 87
Phillip Bobo
Utah
2. 54
C. J. Davis
Utah
3. 54
Sammy Moore
Texas
4. 46
Chad Carpenter
Baylor
5. 46
Mike Bush
Purdue

1992
2003
1992
2013
1988

1992
1992
2003
1994
2001

DEFENSE

TOTAL TACKLES
1. 15
Casey Locker
Colorado State
2013

15
Justin Sagote
Colorado State
2013
3. 13
Darryl Monroe
Colorado State
2013
1992
4. 12 Anthony McClanahan Utah
5. 11
Raonall Smith
Purdue
2001
SOLO TACKLES
1. 9
Steve Gleason
Michigan
1998
2. 8
Brent White
BYU
1981

8
Ron Childs
Utah
1992

8
Ron Childs
Baylor
1994

8
Billy Newman
Purdue
2001

8
Casey Locker
Colorado State
2013
TACKLES FOR LOSSES/YARDS
1. 4/21 Brandon Moore
Michigan
2. 3/30 D.D. Acholonu
Texas

3/17 Jeremey Williams
Oklahoma

3/12 Fred Shavies
Purdue

3/11 Donnie Jackson
Texas

3/7
Dorian Boose
Michigan

1998
2003
2003
2001
2003
2003

SACKS/YARDS
1. 3/30 D.D. Acholonu
Texas
2003
2. 2/20 Matt Elisara
BYU
1981

2/16 Jeremey Williams
Oklahoma
2003
4. 1
17 Players
INTERCEPTIONS
1. 2
Jason David
Purdue
2001

2
Lamont Thompson
Purdue
2001
3. 1
Shawn Landrum
Houston
1988

1
Vernon Todd
Houston
1988

1
Lamont Thompson
Michigan

1
Deone Bucannon
Colorado State
2013
LONG INTERCEPTION RETURNS
1. 45
Jason David
Purdue
2. 27
Shawn Landrum
Houston
3. 11
Todd Jensen
Baylor
4. 8
Deone Bucannon
Colorado State
5. 4
Vernon Todd
Houston
PASSES DEFENDED
1. 5
Lamont Thompson
Purdue

5
Jason David
Purdue
3. 4
Torey Hunter
Baylor
4. 3
Erik Coleman
Texas
5. 2
Seven Players

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2001
1988
1994
2013
1988
2001
2001
1994
2003

KICKOFF RETURNS
1. 5
Victor Wood
Houston
2. 5
Sammy Moore
Texas
3. 4
Don LaBomme
BYU
4. 3
Jonathan Smith
Oklahoma
5. 2
Four players

1988
2003
1981
2003

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS


1. 123 (5) Victor Wood
Houston
2. 106 (4) Don LaBomme
BYU
3. 90 (2) Sammy Moore
Oklahoma
4. 59 (5) Sammy Moore
Texas
5. 48 (2) Erik Coleman
Purdue

1988
1981
2003
2003
2001

LONG KICKOFF RETURNS


1. 89
Sammy Moore
Oklahoma
2. 35
Victor Wood
Houston
3. 33
Don LaBomme
BYU
4. 25
Kristoff Williams
Colorado State
5. 24
Erik Coleman
Purdue

2003
1988
1981
2013
2001

TOUCHDOWNS - KICK RETURNS


1. 1
Sammy Moore
Oklahoma

2003

FIELD GOALS/ATTEMPTS
1. 4/4
Drew Dunning
Purdue
2. 1/1 Hanson
Houston

1/1
Rian Lindell
Michigan

1/1
Andrew Furney
Colorado State
5. 1/2
Aaron Price
Utah

1/2
Tony Truant
Baylor

2001
1988
1998
2013
1992
1994

LONGEST FIELD GOALS


1. 48
Rian Lindell
Michigan
2. 47
Drew Dunning
Purdue
3. 37
Tony Truant
Baylor
4. 37
Drew Dunning
Purdue
Drew Dunning
Purdue
5. 34

1998
2001
1994
2001
2001

MOST PUNTS
1. 7
Kyle Basler
Texas
2003
2. 6
Rob Myers
Houston
1988

6
Steve Johnston
Utah
1992

6
George Martin
Baylor
1994

6
Jeff Banks
Michigan
1998

6
Alan Cox
Purdue
2001

6
Kyle Basler
Oklahoma
2003
PUNTING AVERAGE
1. 46.0 Rob Myers
Houston

46.0 Kyle Basler
Oklahoma
3. 44.3 Alan Cox
Purdue
4. 40.3 Jeff Banks
Michigan
5. 40.1 Kyle Basler
Texas

1988
2003
2001
1998
2003

LONG PUNTS
1. 62
Alan Cox
Purdue
2001
2. 59
Kyle Basler
Oklahoma
2003
3. 56
Kyle Basler
Texas
2003
4. 54
Wes Concepcion
Colorado State
2013
5. 53
Don LaBomme
BYU
1981

53
Rob Myers
Houston
1988

53
Mike Bowlin
Colorado State
2013

BOWL GAME RECORDS

OFFENSE

PASSES ATTEMPTED
1. 58
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
2. 48
Utah
1992
Copper Bowl
3. 41
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl
4. 36
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
5. 35
Baylor
1994
Alamo Bowl

35
Michigan
1998
Rose Bowl
PASSES COMPLETED
1. 37
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
2. 32
Utah
1992
Copper Bowl
3. 27
Baylor
1994
Alamo Bowl
4. 19
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
5. 18
Texas
2003
Holiday Bowl
NET YARDS PASSING
1. 492
Utah
1992
Copper Bowl
2. 410
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
3. 331
Michigan
1998
Rose Bowl
4. 306
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
5. 286
Baylor
1994
Alamo Bowl
PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED
1. 3
Purdue
2001
2. 2
BYU
1981

2
Oklahoma
2003

2
Texas
2003
5. 1
Houston
1988

1
Utah
1992

1
Michigan
1998

1
Colorado State
2013

Sun Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Rose Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Aloha Bowl
Copper Bowl
Rose Bowl
New Mexico Bowl

RUSHING ATTEMPTS
1. 56
Houston
1988
2. 53
BYU
1981
3. 41
Utah
1992
4. 33
Texas
2003
5. 31
Baylor
1994

Aloha Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Copper Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Alamo Bowl

NET YARDS RUSHING


1. 245
BYU
1981
2. 157
Texas
2003
3. 154
Houston
1988
4. 144
Utah
1992
5. 81
Purdue
2001

Holiday Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Aloha Bowl
Copper Bowl
Sun Bowl

FIRST DOWNS - TOTAL


1. 28
Utah
1992
Copper Bowl
2. 24
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
3. 23
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl

23
BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl
5. 19
Texas
2003
Holiday Bowl
FIRST DOWNS - RUSHING
1. 17
BYU
1981
2. 10
Utah
1992
3. 9
Houston
1988
4. 8
Texas
2003
Purdue
2001
5. 5

Holiday Bowl
Copper Bowl
Aloha Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Sun Bowl

FIRST DOWNS - PASSING


1. 21
Colorado State
2013
2. 16
Utah
1992
3. 13
Houston
1988

13
Michigan
1998
5. 12
Baylor
1994

New Mexico Bowl


Copper Bowl
Aloha Bowl
Rose Bowl
Alamo Bowl

FIRST DOWNS - PENALTY


1. 3
BYU
1981

3
Purdue
2001
3. 2
Utah
1992

Holiday Bowl
Sun Bowl
Copper Bowl

TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS


1. 92
Houston
1988
2. 89
Utah
1992
3. 78
BYU
1981
4. 77
Colorado State
2013
5. 68
Purdue
2001

SPECIAL TEAMS

Aloha Bowl
Copper Bowl
Holiday Bowl
New Mexico Bowl
Sun Bowl

TOTAL OFFENSE
1. 636
Utah
1992
Copper Bowl
2. 460
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
3. 400
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
4. 398
Michigan
1998
Rose Bowl
5. 362
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl
AVERAGE YARDS PER PLAY
1. 7.1
Utah
1992
2. 6.3
Michigan
1998
3. 5.5
Texas
2003
4. 5.3
Purdue
2001
5. 5.2
Colorado State
2013

Copper Bowl
Rose Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Sun Bowl
New Mexico Bowl

FUMBLES/LOST
1. 4/2
Utah
1992
Copper Bowl
2. 3/1
Baylor
1994
Alamo Bowl

3/1
Oklahoma
2003
Rose Bowl
4. 3/2
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
5. 2/1
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl

2/1
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl

2/0
Michigan
1998
Rose Bowl
PENALTIES/YARDS
1. 18/136 Utah
1992
Copper Bowl
2. 15/110 Baylor
1994
Alamo Bowl
3. 11/95 Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
4. 10/70 Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
5. 9/85 Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl

9/52 Oklahoma
2003
Rose Bowl
POSSESSION TIME
1. 37:43 Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
2. 32:02 Baylor
1994
Alamo Bowl
3. 32:01 BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl
4. 29:52 Utah
1992
Copper Bowl
5. 27:46 Michigan
1998
Rose Bowl
THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS
1. 10/19 BYU
1981
2. 8/17 Colorado State
2013
3. 7/15 Michigan
1998
4. 6/14 Texas
2003
5. 8/19 Houston
1988

Holiday Bowl
New Mexico Bowl
Rose Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Aloha Bowl

FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS


1. 1/1
BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl

1/1
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl

1/1
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
4. 2/3
Utah
1992
Copper Bowl
5. 1/2
Oklahoma
2003
Rose Bowl

DEFENSE

INTERCEPTIONS/YARDS RET
1. 4/74 Purdue
2001
2. 2/31 Houston
1988

2/11 Baylor
1994
4. 1/0
Michigan
1998

1/8
Colorado State
2013

Sun Bowl
Aloha Bowl
Alamo Bowl
Rose Bowl
New Mexico Bowl

SACKS BY DEFENSE
1. 7/64 Texas
2003
2. 5/28 Purdue
2001
3. 3/27 Oklahoma
2003

3/24 Houston
1988

3/16 BYU
1981

Holiday Bowl
Sun Bowl
Rose Bowl
Aloha Bowl
Holiday Bowl

PUNTS
1. 8
BYU
1981
2. 7
Baylor
1994

7
Texas
2003
4. 6
Houston
1988

6
Utah
1992

6
Michigan
1998

6
Purdue
2001

6
Oklahoma
2003

6
Colorado State
2013

Holiday Bowl
Alamo Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Aloha Bowl
Copper Bowl
Rose Bowl
Sun Bowl
Rose Bowl
New Mexico Bowl

PUNT YARDS
1. 327
BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl
2. 281
Texas
2003
Holiday Bowl
3. 276
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl

276
Oklahoma
2003
Rose Bowl
5. 266
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl
PUNTING AVERAGE
1. 46.0 Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl

46.0 Oklahoma
2003
Rose Bowl
3. 44.3 Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl
4. 40.9 BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl
5. 40.5 Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
PUNT RETURNS
1. 6
BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl
2. 5
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl
3. 4
Texas
2003
Holiday Bowl
4. 3
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
5. 2
Utah
1992
Copper Bowl

2
Oklahoma
2003
Rose Bowl

2
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
PUNT RETURN YARDS
1. 68
Texas
2003
Holiday Bowl
2. 52
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
3. 39
BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl
4. 29
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl
5. 24
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
1. 17.3 Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
2. 17.0 Texas
2003
Holiday Bowl
3. 12.0 Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
4. 6.5
BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl
5. 5.8
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl
KICKOFF RETURNS
1. 5
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl

5
Oklahoma
2003
Rose Bowl

5
Texas
2003
Holiday Bowl
4. 4
BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl

4
Utah
1992
Copper Bowl

4
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl

4
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
KICKOFF RETURN YARDS
1. 123
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl
2. 114
Oklahoma
2003
Rose Bowl
3. 106
BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl
4. 80
Purdue
2001
Sun Bowl
5. 66
Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl
KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE
1. 26.5 BYU
1981
2. 24.6 Houston
1988
3. 22.8 Oklahoma
2003
4. 20.0 Purdue
2001
5. 16.5 Colorado State
2013

Holiday Bowl
Aloha Bowl
Rose Bowl
Sun Bowl
New Mexico Bowl

FUMBLES RETURNED
1. 1/29 Colorado State
2013
New Mexico Bowl

1/18 Texas
2003
Holiday Bowl

1/15 Utah
1992
Copper Bowl

1/0
BYU
1981
Holiday Bowl

1/0
Houston
1988
Aloha Bowl

95

SEASON RECORDS
PASS ATTEMPTS

No. Player
1. 714
Connor Halliday
2. 526
Connor Halliday
3. 503
Alex Brink
4. 432
Drew Bledsoe
5. 410
Ryan Leaf
6. 402
Jason Gesser
7. 396
Alex Brink
8. 394
Matt Kegel
9. 390
Timm Rosenbach
10. 375
Jason Gesser
FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)
243
Luke Falk
SOPHOMORE RECORD
390
Timm Rosenbach
JUNIOR RECORD
714
Connor Halliday
SENIOR RECORD
526
Connor Halliday

PASS COMPLETIONS

No. Player
1. 449
Connor Halliday
2. 354
Connor Halliday
3. 305
Alex Brink
4. 241
Drew Bledsoe
241
Alex Brink
6. 236
Jason Gesser
7. 227
Ryan Leaf
8. 222
Timm Rosenbach
9. 219
Jeff Tuel
10. 218
Timm Rosenbach
218
Matt Kegel
FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)
156
Luke Falk
SOPHOMORE RECORD
222
Timm Rosenbach
JUNIOR RECORD
449
Connor Halliday
SENIOR RECORD
354
Connor Halliday

PASSING YARDS

No. Player
1. 4,597 Connor Halliday
2. 3,968 Ryan Leaf
3. 3,873 Connor Halliday
4. 3,818 Alex Brink
5. 3,408 Jason Gesser
6. 3,246 Drew Bledsoe
7. 3,097 Timm Rosenbach
8. 3,010 Jason Gesser
9. 2,947 Matt Kegel
10. 2,899 Alex Brink
FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)
1,859 Luke Falk
SOPHOMORE RECORD
2,891 Alex Brink
JUNIOR RECORD
4,597 Connor Halliday
SENIOR RECORD
3,873 Connor Halliday

96

Season
2013
2014
2007
1992
1997
2002
2006
2003
1987
2001
2014
1987
2013
2014

Season
2013
2014
2007
1992
2006
2002
1997
1987
2010
1988
2003
2014
1987
2013
2014

Season
2013
1997
2014
2007
2002
1992
1988
2001
2003
2006
2014
2005
2013
2014

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (Min. 100)

No. Player
1. .673 (354/526) Connor Halliday
2. .645 (218/338) Timm Rosenbach
3. .642 (156-243) Luke Falk
4. .637 (212/333) Jeff Tuel
5. .629 (449/714) Connor Halliday
6. .610 (208/341) Marshall Lobbestael
7. .609 (241/396) Alex Brink
8. .608 (115/189) Aaron Garcia
9. .606 (305/503) Alex Brink
10. .598 (219/366) Jeff Tuel

FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)
.642 (156-243) Luke Falk
SOPHOMORE RECORD
.598 (219/366) Jeff Tuel
JUNIOR RECORD
.645 (218-338) Timm Rosenbach
SENIOR RECORD
.673 (354/526) Connor Halliday

TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 34
Ryan Leaf
34
Connor Halliday
3. 32
Connor Halliday
4. 28
Jason Gesser
5. 26
Jason Gesser
26
Alex Brink
7. 24
Timm Rosenbach
24
Alex Brink
9. 21
Ryan Leaf
21
Matt Kegel
FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)
13
Luke Falk
SOPHOMORE RECORD
24
Alex Brink
JUNIOR RECORD
34
Ryan Leaf
34
Connor Halliday
SENIOR RECORD
32
Connor Halliday

PASSES INTERCEPTED

No. Player
1. 24
Ty Paine
24
Timm Rosenbach
3. 22
Connor Halliday
4. 20
Jack Thompson
5. 19
Ty Paine
6. 17
Jerry Henderson
7. 15
Drew Bledsoe
15
Drew Bledsoe
15
Mark Rypien
15
Matt Kegel
15
Alex Brink
FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)
11
Aaron Garcia
SOPHOMORE RECORD
24
Ty Paine
24
Timm Rosenbach
JUNIOR RECORD
22
Connor Halliday
SENIOR RECORD
20
Jack Thompson

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Season
2014
1988
2014
2012
2013
2011
2006
1989
2007
2010
2014
2010
1988
2014

Season
1997
2013
2014
2002
2001
2007
1988
2005
1996
2003
2014
2005
1997
2013
2014

Season
1970
1987
2013
1978
1971
1967
1991
1992
1984
2003
2007
1989
1970
1987
2013
1978

300-YARD PASSING GAMES

No. Player
1. 9
Ryan Leaf
9
Connor Halliday
3. 8
Alex Brink
4. 7
Connor Halliday
5. 5
Matt Kegel
6. 5
Marshall Lobbestael
7. 4
Jack Thompson
4
Timm Rosenbach
4
Drew Bledsoe
4
Connor Halliday
4
Luke Falk

Season
1997
2013
2007
2014
2003
2011
1976
1988
1992
2012
2014

SEASON RECORDS
RUSHING ATTEMPTS

No. Player
1. 308
Jerome Harrison
2. 264
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
3. 260
Steve Broussard
4. 258
Rueben Mayes
5. 242
Michael Black
6. 228
Rueben Mayes
7. 224
Jonathan Smith
8. 222
Steve Broussard
9. 218
Rich Swinton
10. 215
Kevin Brown
FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)
209
Deon Burnett
SOPHOMORE RECORD
218
Rich Swinton
JUNIOR RECORD
258
Rueben Mayes
SENIOR RECORD
308
Jerome Harrison

NET RUSHING YARDS (1000+)

No. Player
1. 1,900 Jerome Harrison
2. 1,637 Rueben Mayes
3. 1,330 Shaumbe Wright-Fair
4. 1,280 Steve Broussard
5. 1,237 Steve Broussard
6. 1,236 Rueben Mayes
7. 1,189 Bernard Jackson
8. 1,181 Michael Black
9. 1,059 Andrew Jones
10. 1,046 Kevin Brown
11. 1,018 Rich Swinton
12. 1,000 Kerry Porter
FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)
974
Deon Burnett
SOPHOMORE RECORD
1,046 Kevin Brown
JUNIOR RECORD
1,637 Rueben Mayes
SENIOR RECORD
1,900 Jerome Harrison

TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 16
Jerome Harrison
2. 13
Steve Broussard
13
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
4. 12
Deon Burnett
5. 11
Bob Kennedy
11
Bernard Jackson
11
Ken Grandberry
11
Samoa Samoa
11
Rueben Mayes
11
Steve Broussard
11
Michael Black
FRESHMAN RECORD (Since 1972)
12
Deon Burnett
SOPHOMORE RECORD
(Research ongoing)
JUNIOR RECORD
11
Bob Kennedy
SENIOR RECORD
16
Jerome Harrison

Season
2005
1992
1989
1984
1997
1985
2003
1988
1988
1998
1999
1988
1984
2005

Season
2005
1984
1992
1988
1989
1985
1971
1997
1973
1998
1988
1983
1999
1998
1984
2005

Season
2005
1989
1992
1999
1941
1971
1972
1980
1984
1988
1997
1999

1941
2005

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

No. Player
1. 11
Jerome Harrison
2. 8
Steve Broussard
8
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
4. 7
Kerry Porter
7
Rueben Mayes
7
Michael Black
7. 6
Rich Swinton
6
Steve Broussard
6
Kevin Brown
10. 5
Bernard Jackson
5
Ken Grandberry
5
Andrew Jones
5
Rueben Mayes
5
Shaumbe Wright-Fair

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES

No. Player
1. 7
Mike Levenseller
2. 6
Brandon Gibson
6
Marquess Wilson
6
Vince Mayle
5. 5
Tim Stallworth
5
Nakoa McElrath
5
Marquess Wilson
8. 4
Hugh Campbell
4
Mike Levenseller
4
C.J. Davis
4
Jason Hill

Season
2005
1988
1992
1983
1984
1997
1988
1989
1998
1971
1972
1973
1985
1991

Season
1976
2007
2011
2014
1988
2001
2010
1962
1977
1992
2004

RECEPTIONS

No. Player
1. 106
Vince Mayle
2. 82
Marquess Wilson
3. 78
Isiah Myers
4. 74
Gabe Marks
5. 72
Nakoa McElrath
6. 70
Michael Bumpus
7. 67
Hugh Campbell
67
Mike Levenseller
67
Brandon Gibson
10. 66
River Cracraft
FRESHMAN RECORD
55
Marquess Wilson
SOPHOMORE RECORD
82
Marquess Wilson
JUNIOR RECORD
67
Mike Levenseller
67
Brandon Gibson
SENIOR RECORD
106
Vince Mayle

RECEIVING YARDS

No. Player
1. 1,483 Vince Mayle
2. 1,388 Marquess Wilson
3. 1,180 Brandon Gibson
4. 1,163 Nakoa McElrath
5. 1,151 Tim Stallworth
6. 1,124 Mike Levenseller
7. 1,097 Jason Hill
8. 1,024 C.J. Davis
9. 1,007 Jason Hill
10. 1,006 Marquess Wilson
11. 1,005 Chris Jackson
FRESHMAN RECORD
1,006 Marquess Wilson
SOPHOMORE RECORD
1,388 Marquess Wilson
JUNIOR RECORD
1,180 Brandon Gibson
SENIOR RECORD
1,483 Vince Mayle

RECEIVING TOUHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 13
Jason Hill
2. 12
Jason Hill
12
Marquess Wilson
12
Isiah Myers
5. 11
Kevin McKenzie
11
Chris Jackson
11
Devard Darling
8. 10
Hugh Campbell
10
Mike Bush
10. 9
Ed Barker
9
Jack Fanning
9
Kitrick Taylor
9
Deron Pointer
9
Nakoa McElrath
9
Brandon Gibson
9
Dom Williams
9
Vince Mayle
FRESHMAN RECORD
6
Phillip Bobo
6
Marquess Wilson
SOPHOMORE RECORD
12
Jason Hill
12
Marquess Wilson
JUNIOR RECORD
13
Jason Hill
SENIOR RECORD
12
Isiah Myers

Season
2014
2011
2014
2013
2001
2007
1960
1976
2007
2014
2010
2011
1976
2007
2014

Season
2014
2011
2007
2001
1988
1976
2005
1992
2004
2010
1997
2010
2011
2007
2014

Season
2005
2004
2011
2014
1997
1997
2002
1960
2001
1951
1957
1986
1993
2001
2007
2014
2014
1990
2010
2004
2011
2005
2014

97

SEASON RECORDS

TOTAL OFFENSE


1. 4,420
2. 3,920
3. 3,852
4. 3,742
5. 3,433
6. 3,292
7. 3,185
8. 3,111
9. 2,997
10. 2,984

Player
Connor Halliday
Ryan Leaf
Alex Brink
Connor Halliday
Timm Rosenbach
Jason Gesser
Drew Bledsoe
Jason Gesser
Alex Brink
Jeff Tuel

SOPHOMORE RECORD
2,997 Alex Brink
JUNIOR RECORD
4,420 Connor Halliday
SENIOR RECORD
3,852 Alex Brink

TOTAL PLAYS

No. Player
1. 764
Connor Halliday
2. 566
Alex Brink
3. 555
Connor Halliday
4. 528
Timm Rosenbach
5. 516
Drew Bledsoe
6. 500
Jeff Tuel
7. 492
Ryan Leaf
8. 474
Alex Brink
9. 467
Timm Rosenbach
10. 462
Drew Bledsoe
SOPHOMORE RECORD
528
Timm Rosenbach
JUNIOR RECORD
764
Connor Halliday
SENIOR RECORD
566
Alex Brink

AVERAGE/PLAY (Min. 100 Plays)

No. Player
Season
1. 8.55
Connor Halliday
2011
2. 7.97
Ryan Leaf
1997
3. 7.35
Timm Rosenbach
1988
4. 7.24
Alex Brink
2005
5. 7.22
Jason Gesser
2002
6. 7.07
Brad Gossen
1989
7. 6.93
Mark Rypien
1985
8. 6.81
Alex Brink
2007
9. 6.75
Jason Gesser
2001
10. 6.74
Connor Halliday
2014
FRESHMAN RECORD
8.55 (109/932)
Connor Halliday
SOPHOMORE RECORD
7.24 (414/2,997)
Alex Brink
JUNIOR RECORD
7.97 (492/3,920)
Ryan Leaf
SENIOR RECORD
7.22 (456/3,292)
Jason Gesser

Season (Plays)
2013 (764)
1997 (492)
2007 (566)
2014 (555)
1988 (467)
2002 (456)
1992 (516)
2001 (461)
2005 (414)
2010 (500)
2005 (414)
2013 (764)
2007 (566)

Season
2013
2007
2014
1987
1992
2010
1997
2006
1988
1991
1987
2013
2007

(Plays/Yards)
(109/932)
(492/3,920)
(467/3,433)
(414/2,997)
(456/3,292)
(194/1,371)
(2,417)
(566/3852)
(461/3,111)
(555/3742)
2011
2005
1997
2002

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 17
Steve Broussard
17
Jerome Harrison
3. 14
Bernard Jackson
4. 13
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
13
Jason Hill
6. 12
Ken Grandberry
12
Rueben Mayes
12
Steve Broussard
12
Michael Black
12
Deon Burnett
12
Devard Darling
12
Jason Hill
12
Marquess Wilson
12
Isiah Myers
FRESHMAN RECORD
12
Deon Burnett
SOPHOMORE RECORD
12
Devard Darling
12
Jason Hill
12
Marquess Wilson
JUNIOR RECORD
13
Jason Hill
SENIOR RECORD
17
Steve Broussard

1999
2002
2004
2011
2005
1989

TOTAL POINTS

No. Player
1. 116
Drew Dunning
2. 113
Drew Dunning
3. 104
Steve Broussard
4. 102
Jerome Harrison
5. 101
Drew Dunning
6. 99
Jason Hanson
7. 97
Andrew Furney
8. 93
Rian Lindell
9. 91
Jason Hanson
10. 84
Bernard Jackson
FRESHMAN RECORD
91
Jason Hanson
SOPHOMORE RECORD
101
Drew Dunning
76
Hugh Campbell
JUNIOR RECORD
113
Drew Dunning
SENIOR RECORD
116
Drew Dunning
104
Steve Broussard

Season
2003
2002
1989
2005
2001
1989
2013
1997
1988
1971
1988 (kicker)
2001 (kicker)
1960 (non-kicker)
2002 (kicker)
2003 (kicker)
1989 (non-kicker)

TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR

No. Player
1. 40
Ryan Leaf
2. 34
Timm Rosenbach
34
Connor Halliday
Connor Halliday
4. 32
5. 28
Jason Gesser
28
Jason Gesser
7. 27
Ryan Leaf
8. 26
Alex Brink
26
Alex Brink
10. 24
Drew Bledsoe
SOPHOMORE RECORD
26
Alex Brink
JUNIOR RECORD
40
Ryan Leaf
SENIOR RECORD
28
Jason Gesser

98

Season
1989
2005
1971
1992
2005
1972
1984
1988
1997
1999
2002
2004
2011
2014

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Season
1997
1988
2013
2014
2001
2002
1996
2005
2007
1992
2005
1997
2002

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (1,000+)


No.
1. 2,118
2. 2,113
3. 1,790
4. 1,768
5. 1,660
6. 1,653
7. 1,604
8. 1,533
9. 1,501
10. 1,488
11. 1,442
12. 1,419
13. 1,398
14. 1,358
15. 1,356
16. 1,269
17. 1,264
18. 1,236
19. 1,218
20. 1,212
21. 1,208
22. 1,199
23. 1,194
24. 1,180
25. 1,179
26. 1,166
27. 1,154
28. 1,137
29. 1,124
30. 1,120
31. 1,117
32. 1,106
33. 1,093
34. 1,086
35. 1,076
36. 1,074
37. 1,057
38. 1,055
39. 1,049
40. 1,041
41. 1,040
42. 1,024
43. 1,013
44. 1,007
45. 1.006
46. 1,005

Player, Season
B. Jackson, 1971
Jerome Harrison, 2005
S. Broussard, 1989
Rueben Mayes, 1984
Vince Mayle, 2014
Sammy Moore, 2003
Isiah Barton, 2011
S. Broussard, 1988
S. Wright-Fair, 1992
Rueben Mayes, 1985
C. Williams, 1964
Jonathan Smith, 2003
Marquess Wilson, 2011
Michael Black, 1997
Bernard Jackson, 1970
Richard Calvin, 1987
Jamal Morrow, 2014
Deron Pointer, 1993
Chantz Staden, 2008
Brandon Gibson, 2007
Jerry Williams, 1948
Nakoa McElrath, 2001
Deon Burnett, 1999
Tim Stallworth, 1988
Andrew Jones, 1973
Rich Swinton, 1988
Jerome Harrison, 2004
Tali Ena, 1978
Mike Levenseller, 1976
Kevin Brown, 1998
Michael Black, 1996
Ken Grandberry, 1972
Jason Hill, 2005
Keith Lincoln, 1959
Charles Dillion, 2007
Kerry Porter, 1983
K. McKenzie, 1997
Don Paul, 1949
Steve Broussard, 1987
S. Wright-Fair, 1991
Jerome Riley, 2002
C.J. Davis, 1992
Tim Harris, 1981
Jason Hill, 2004
Marquess Wilson, 2010
Chris Jackson, 1997

FRESHMAN RECORD
1,364 Jamal Morrow
SOPHOMORE RECORD
1,398 Marquess Wilson
JUNIOR RECORD
1,768 Rueben Mayes
SENIOR RECORD
2,118 Bernard Jackson

Rush, Rec, PR, KR, IR


(1,189-185-0-744-0)
(1,900-206-0-7-0)
(1,237-326-0-227-0)
(1,637-113-0-18-0)
(0-1483-0-177-0)
(0-533-405-715-0)
(8-638-0-958-0)
(1,280-152-0-101-0
(1,330-171-0-0)
(1,236-252-0-0-0)
(783-210-108-341-0)
(961-349-0-109-0)
(10-1,388-0-0-0)
(1,181-177-0-0-0)
(590-268-498-0-0)
(822-246-0-201-0)
(351-460-0-453-0)
(0-996-0-240-0)
(141-56-51-970-0)
(0-1180-0-32-0)
(494-266-NR-448)
(36-1,163-0-0-0)
(974-220-0-0-0)
(0-1,151-0-29-0)
(1,059-29-0-91-0)
(1,018-104-0-44-0)
(900-69-13-172-0)
(728-409-0-0-0)
(0-1,124-0-0-0)
(1,046-74-0-0-0)
(948-169-0-0-0)
(833-273-0-0-0)
(-4-1,097-0-0-0)
(670-36-157-223)
(0-407-19-650-0)
(1,000-74-0-0-0
(-7-911-25-128-0
(332-352-206-195)
(254-701-0-74-0)
(843-198-0-0-0)
(67-939-0-0-0)
(0-1,024-0-0-0)
(931-71-0-11-0)
(0-1,007-0-0-0)
(0-1,006-0-0-0)
(0-1,005-0-0-0)
2014
2011
1984
1971

SEASON RECORDS

TOTAL TACKLES (100+)

No. Player
1. 157
Brian Forde
2. 153
Lee Blakeney
3. 147
Tuineau Alipate
4. 144
Anthony McClanahan
5. 141
Brian Forde
6. 140
Anthony McClanahan
7. 138
Tom Poe
8. 136
James Darling
9. 133
Dan Grayson
10 132
John Rushing
FRESHMAN RECORD
84
Deone Bucannon
SOPHOMORE RECORD
144
Anthony McClanahan
JUNIOR RECORD
157
Brian Forde
SENIOR RECORD
153
Lee Blakeney

SOLO TACKLES

No. Player
1. 99
Anthony McClanahan
2. 96
James Darling
3. 89
Gary Larson
89
Don Hover
89
Brian Forde
6. 88
Brian Forde
7. 85
Tuineau Alipate
8. 84
Dan Grayson
84
Anthony McClanahan
10. 82
Anthony McClanahan
82
Steve Gleason
SOPHOMORE RECORD
89
Don Hover
JUNIOR RECORD
99
Anthony McClanahan
SENIOR RECORD
96
James Darling

ASSISTED TACKLES

No. Player
1. 81
Lee Blakeney
2. 79
Lee Blakeney
3. 77
Brian Forde
4. 65
Tom Poe
5. 64
Lee Blakeney
64
Mike Walker
7. 62
Rico Tipton
62
Tuineau Alipate
62
Curtis Holden
10. 60
Anthony McClanahan
FRESHMAN RECORD
64
Lee Blakeney
SOPHOMORE RECORD
79
Lee Blakeney
JUNIOR RECORD
77
Brian Forde
SENIOR RECORD
81
Lee Blakeney

Season
1986
1984
1987
1991
1987
1992
1971
1996
1989
1991
2010
1991
1986
1984

Season
1992
1996
1974
1974
1987
1985
1987
1989
1991
1993
1997
1974
1992
1996

TACKLES-FOR-LOSS

No. Player
1. 22.0
DeWayne Patterson
2. 21.5
Rien Long
3. 21.0
D.D. Acholonu
4. 19.0
Brandon Moore
5. 18.5
Keith Millard
18.5
DeWayne Patterson
7. 18.0
Scott Pelluer
8. 17.5
Keith Millard
9. 16.5
Mark Fields
10. 16.0
Mkristo Bruce
SOPHOMORE RECORD
13.0
Xavier Cooper
JUNIOR RECORD
22.0
DeWayne Patterson
SENIOR RECORD
21.0
D.D. Acholonu

SACKS

No. Player
1. 17.0
DeWayne Patterson
2. 16.5
D.D. Acholonu
3. 13.5
DeWayne Patterson
4. 13.0
Rien Long
5. 12.5
Keith Millard
6. 12.0
Scott Pelluer
7. 11.0
Mkristo Bruce
8. 10.0
Mike Walker
10.0
Mkristo Bruce
10. 9.5
D.D. Acholonu
9.5
Isaac Brown
9.5
Travis Long
SOPHOMORE RECORD
9.5
D.D. Acholonu
9.5
Isaac Brown
JUNIOR RECORD
17.0
DeWayne Patterson
SENIOR RECORD
16.5
D.D. Acholonu

INTERCEPTIONS

Season
1993 (-150)
2002 (-108)
2003 (-130)
1997 (-90)
1983 (121.5)
1994 (-92)
1980 (-72)
1982 (81)
1994 (-86)
2006 (-77)

No. Player
1. 10
Lamont Thompson
2. 8
Rick Reed
3. 7
Ernest Thomas
7
Eric Johnson
7
Bill Lippincott
7
Jason David
7
Erik Coleman
8. 6
Lionel Thomas
6
Lamont Thompson
6
Jason David
6
Deone Bucannon

2013

FRESHMAN RECORD
7
Bill Lippincott
SOPHOMORE RECORD
5
Greg Burns
JUNIOR RECORD
7
Jason David
SENIOR RECORD
10
Lamont Thompson

1993
2003

Season
1993 (-128)
2003 (-121)
1994 (-73)
2002 (-85)
1983 (-107.5)
1980 (-60)
2006 (-77)
1981 (-55)
2005 (-52)
2001 (-69)
2001 (-54)
2012 (-79)

INTERCEPTION TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 3
Damante Horton
2. 2
Jason David

Season
2001
1968
1969
1973
1945
2002
2003
1969
1997
2003
2013
1945
1992
2002
2001

Season
2013
2003

2001
2001
1993
2003

Season
1984
1981
1986
1971
1980
1981
1984
1987
1999
1991
1980
1981
1986
1984

99

SEASON RECORDS
PUNT RETURNS

No. Player
1. 43
Sammy Moore
2. 41
Bill Sewell
3. 39
Jay Dumas
4. 38
Marcus Trufant
5. 34
Michael Bumpus
6. 30
Kitrick Taylor
30
Victor Wood
30
Shawn Tims
9. 28
Jay Dumas
10. 26
Kitrick Taylor

Season
2003 (405)
1941
1994 (288)
2002 (402)
2004 (391)
1985 (260)
1988 (186)
1997 (405)
1993 (210)
1982 (162)

FRESHMAN RECORD
34
Michael Bumpus
SOPHOMORE RECORD
28
Jay Dumas
JUNIOR RECORD
39
Jay Dumas
SENIOR RECORD
43
Sammy Moore

2004
1993
1994
2003

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (Min. 10 ret.)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
17.2
17.2
16.8
16.7
14.9
14.2
13.6
13.5
12.1
11.8

Player
Don Paul
Ray Williams
James Boylan
Mark Williams
Wayne Berry
Bud Roffler
Michael Bumpus
Shawn Tims
Robin Sinclair
Bud Roffler

SOPHOMORE RECORD
13.6 (17/232) Michael Bumpus
JUNIOR RECORD
17.2 (10/172) Ray Williams
SENIOR RECORD
17.2 (12/206) Don Paul

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 3
Mark Williams
2. 2
Michael Bumpus

KICKOFF RETURNS


No.
1. 43
2. 39
2. 33
33
4. 31
5. 28
6. 27
27
27
9. 24
10. 22
22
22
22

Player
Chantz Staden
Isiah Barton
Victor Wood
Sammy Moore
Charles Dillon
Isiah Barton
Bernard Jackson
Bernard Jackson
Teondray Caldwell
Rickey Galvin
Mike Washington
Anthony Prior
Curtis Nettles
Jamal Morrow

SOPHOMORE RECORD
22
Curtis Nettles
JUNIOR RECORD
43
Chantz Staden
SENIOR RECORD
39
Isiah Barton

Season (PR/YDS)
1949 (12/206)
1978 (10/172)
1960 (12/202)
1968 (20/233)
1953 (11/164)
1951 (14/199)
2005 (17/232)
1997 (30/405)
1973 (20/241)
1950 (16/189)
2005
1978
1949

Season
1968
2004

Season (YDS)
2008 (970)
2011 (958)
1988 (597)
2003 (715)
2007 (650)
2010 (620)
1970 (498)
1971 (744)
2012 (675)
2013 (537)
1978 (452)
1991 (530)
2000 (380)
2014 (453)
2000
2008
2011 (958)

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 2
Jerry Williams
2
Bernard Jackson
2
Dee Moronkola

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (Min. 10)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
31.5
28.0
27.6
26.8
25.6
25.5
25.2
25.1
25.0
24.7

Player
Dee Moronkola
Jerry Williams
Bernard Jackson
Mark Williams
Sammy Moore
Deron Pointer
Mike Washington
Mike Washington
Teondrey Caldwell
Dee Moronkola

FRESHMAN RECORD
(Research ongoing)
SOPHOMORE RECORD
25.2 (14/353) Mike Washington
JUNIOR RECORD
25.6 (11/282) Sammy Moore
SENIOR RECORD
31.5 (16/504) Dee Moronkola

PUNTS

No. Player
1. 95
George Martin
2. 86
Reid Forrest
3. 82
Kareem Anderson
4. 78
Kyle Basler
5. 77
Kyle Basler
77
Reid Forrest
7. 71
Alan Cox
8. 70
Steve Johnston
70
Kareem Anderson
10. 69
Rob Myers

PUNTING AVERAGE (Min. 25)

No.
1. 45.4 (66/2, 2998)
2. 45.3 (59/2,674)
3. 44.7 (53/2,368)
44.7 (50/2,234)
44.7 (52/2,326)
6. 43.5 (56/2,431)
43.5 (77/3,351)
8. 43.4 (41/1,779)
9. 43.2 (59/2,549)
43.2 (67/2,892)
43.2 (86/3,718)

Player
Reid Forrest
Jason Hanson
Gavin Hedrick
Gavin Hedrick
Rob Myers
Jeff Banks
Kyle Basler
Keith Lincoln
Gavin Hedrick
George Martin
Reid Forrest

SOPHOMORE RECORD
44.7 (50/2,234)
Gavin Hedrick
JUNIOR RECORD
45.4 (59/2,674)
Jason Hanson
SENIOR RECORD
45.4 (66.2, 2998) Reid Forrest

PAT MADE

No. Player
11. 57
Rian Lindell
2. 49
Andrew Furney
3. 47
Drew Dunning
47
Drew Dunning
5. 46
Jason Hanson
Quentin Breshears
6. 41
7. 39
Andrew Furney
8. 38
Tony Truant
38
Loren Langley
Jason Hanson
10. 36
FRESHMAN RECORD
46
Jason Hanson
SOPHOMORE RECORD
57
Rian Lindell
JUNIOR RECORD
47
Drew Dunning
SENIOR RECORD
49
Andrew Furney

100

Season
1948
1971
1998

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Season (KR/YDS)
1998 (16/504)
1948 (16/448)
1971 (27/744)
1968 (17/456)
2002 (11/282)
1992 (15/383)
1977 (14/353)
1980 (14/352)
2012 (27/675)
1996 (10/246)

1977
2002
1998

Season
1994
2009
1999
2004
2003
2008
2000
1992
1998
1987

Season
2010
1990
1977
1975
1989
1997
2003
1959
1976
1995
2009
1975
1990
2010

Season
1997
2013
2001
2002
1988
2014
2011
1996
2005
1989
1988
1997
2002
2013

FIELD GOALS MADE


No.
1. 27
2. 22
3. 21
4. 18
5. 17
17
7. 16
16
9. 15
10. 14

Player
Season (Attempts)
Drew Dunning
2003 (31)
Drew Dunning
2002 (33)
Jason Hanson
1989 (27)
Drew Dunning
2001 (22)
Jason Hanson
1990 (26)
Aaron Price
1993 (32)
John Traut
1983 (26)
Andrew Furney
2013 (20)
Jason Hanson
1988 (21)
Four times
Most Recent: Andrew Furney
2012

FRESHMAN RECORD
15
Jason Hanson
SOPHOMORE RECORD
21
Jason Hanson
JUNIOR RECORD
22
Drew Dunning
SENIOR RECORD
27
Drew Dinning

1988
1989
2002
2003

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 15 att.)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
.875
.871
.818
.780
.750
.737
.722
.706
.700
.667

Player
Andrew Furney
Drew Dunning
Drew Dunning
Andrew Furney
Rian Lindell
R. Abdollmohammadi
Aaron Price
Rian Lindell
Andrew Furney
Drew Dunning

MOST 50+ FIELD GOALS

No. Player
1. 7
Jason Hanson
2. 6
Jason Hanson
3. 5
Jason Hanson
4. 2
Six times

Last: Nico Grasu
FRESHMAN RECORD
(Research ongoing)
SOPHOMORE RECORD
5
Jason Hanson
JUNIOR RECORD
5
Jason Hanson
SENIOR RECORD
6
Jason Hanson

POINTS KICKING

No. Player
1. 116
Drew Dunning
2. 113
Drew Dunning
3. 101
Drew Dunning
4. 99
Jason Hanson
5. 97
Andrew Furney
Rian Lindell
6. 93
7. 91
Jason Hanson
8. 81
Andrew Furney
9. 80
Jason Hanson
10. 79
Loren Langley

Season (FGM/FGA)
2011 (14/16)
2003 (27/31)
2001 (18/22)
2013 (16/20)
1999 (12/16)
2007 (14-19)
1992 (13/18)
1997 (12/17)
2012 (14/20)
2002 (22/33)

Season
1990
1991
1989
2010

1989
1990
1991

Season
2003
2002
2001
1989
2013
1997
1988
2011
1990
2005

SEASON TEAM RECORDS


SCORING/G OFFENSE
No.
1. 40.3
2. 35.1
3. 35.0
4. 34.6
5. 33.4
6. 33.2
7. 31.9
8. 31.8
9. 31.0
10. 30.3

TOTAL POINTS
No.
1. 483
2. 431
3. 420
4. 415
5. 403
6. 394
7. 391
8. 382
9. 368
10. 358

Games Season
12
2007
11
1987
12
2001
12
1988
11
2005
13
2002
11
1989
12
2014
13
2013
13
2003

Games Season
12
1997
13
2002
12
2001
12
1988
13
2013
13
2003
11
1987
12
2014
11
2005
12
2011

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS
No.
1. 64
2. 53
3. 53
4. 52
5. 51
6. 50
7. 47
8. 45
9. 43
10. 43

TOTAL OFFENSE
No.
1. 6,210
2. 5,922
3. 5,899
4. 5,485
5. 5,478
6. 5,439
7. 5,382
8. 5,227
9. 5,187
10. 5,103

Games Season
12
1997
12
2001
12
1988
13
2002
13
2013
12
2014
11
2005
12
2011
12
1992
11
1985

Games Season
12
2014
12
1997
12
1988
13
2002
13
2013
11
1987
11
2005
12
2007
12
2001
12
1992

TOTAL YARDS/GAME
No.
1. 517.5
2. 494.5
3. 493.5
4. 491.6
5. 489.3
6. 441.0
7. 438.4
8. 435.6
9. 432.9
10. 432.2

TOTAL PLAYS
No.
1. 1,014
2. 999
3. 962
4. 946
5. 918
6. 915
7. 905
8. 898
9. 892
10. 891

Games Season
12
2014
11
1987
12
1997
12
1988
11
2005
11
1985
12
1981
12
2007
11
1984
12
2001

Games Season
12
2014
13
2013
13
2003
12
1988
12
1992
11
1970
12
2001
12
2007
12
1981
13
2002

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

No.
1. 45
2. 36
3. 35
4. 31
5. 30
6. 30
7. 26
8. 25
9. 24
10. 23
23
23

Games Season
12
2014
13
2013
12
1997
12
2001
12
2011
13
2002
12
2007
11
2005
12
1988
11
1987
12
2006
12
2012

PASS ATTEMPTS

No.
1. 771
2. 756
3. 624
4. 525
5. 492
6. 478
7. 458
8. 457
9. 442
10. 435

Games Season
12
2014
13
2013
12
2012
12
2007
12
2011
13
2003
13
2002
12
1992
11
1976
12
1997

PASS COMPLETIONS

No.
1. 510
2. 470
3. 363
4. 309
5. 297
6. 273
7. 260
8. 260
9. 259
10. 250

Games Season
12
2014
13
2013
12
2012
12
2007
12
2011
13
2002
13
2003
12
2006
12
1992
11
1976

PASSING YARDS

No.
1. 5,732
2. 4,784
3. 4,120
4. 3,965
5. 3,867
6. 3,818
7. 3,805
8. 3,591
9. 3,526
10. 3,478

Games Season
12
2014
13
2013
12
1997
12
2012
12
2011
12
2007
13
2002
12
2001
13
2003
12
1992

PASSING YARDS/G
No.
1. 477.7
2. 368.0
3. 343.3
4. 330.4
5. 322.2
6. 319.7
7. 299.2
8. 296.8
9. 292.7
10. 289.8

Games Season
12
2014
13
2013
12
1997
12
2012
12
2011
12
2007
12
2001
11
1976
13
2002
12
1992

PASS COMPLETION PCT.

No.
1. .662
2. .661
3. .648
4. .622
5. .617
6. .605
7. .604
8. .596
9. .591
10. .589

Games Season
11
1987
12
2014
12
1988
13
2013
11
1989
12
2006
12
2011
13
2002
12
2010
12
2007

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

No.
1. 36
2. 28
3. 27
4. 27
5. 26
6. 26
7. 26
8. 24
9. 23
23
23
23

Games Season
12
1981
12
1988
11
1980
12
1997
11
1984
11
1987
11
1985
11
1975
11
1971
10
1951
11
1973
11
1972

RUSH ATTEMPTS

No.
1. 639
2. 614
3. 605
4. 605
5. 605
6. 567
7. 563
8. 558
9. 553
10. 549

Games Season
11
1973
12
1981
12
1988
11
1975
11
1972
10
1951
11
1980
11
1982
11
1983
11
1987

NET RUSHING YARDS

No.
1. 2,909
2. 2,775
3. 2,757
4. 2,636
5. 2,603
6. 2,530
7. 2,501
8. 2,450
9. 2,408
10. 2,359

Games Season
12
1981
11
1984
12
1988
11
1971
11
1987
11
1985
11
1973
11
1980
11
1975
10
1951

RUSHING YARDS/G

No.
1. 264.5
2. 252.3
3. 239.6
4. 236.6
5. 235.9
6. 230.0
7. 229.8
8. 227.4
9. 222.7
10. 218.9

FIRST DOWNS

No.
1. 326
2. 316
3. 301
4. 280
5. 279
6. 277
7. 265
265
9. 265
10. 258

Games Season
12
1981
11
1984
11
1971
11
1987
10
1951
11
1985
12
1988
11
1973
11
1980
11
1975
Games Season
12
2014
12
1988
13
2013
12
1997
12
2011
12
2007
12
1992
12
2001
13
2002
12
1981

FUMBLES (Since 1957)

No.
1. 62
2. 50
3. 48
4. 47
5. 46
6. 41
7. 40
40
9. 38
10. 37

Games Season
11
1972
11
1974
11
1970
11
1971
11
1973
11
1976
10
1969
11
1984
13
2008
11
1975

No.
1. 26
2. 25
3. 22
4. 21
5. 20
20
7. 19
19
19
19
19
19

Games Season
11
1974
11
1971
11
1972
10
1958
11
1978
11
1970
10
1961
11
1964
11
1975
11
1976
11
1985
11
1996

FUMBLES LOST (Since 1957)

PUNTS

No.
1. 97
2. 87
3. 86
4. 83
5. 82
6. 81
7. 79
8. 74
74
9. 73
10. 72
72

PUNT AVG.

No.
1. 44.8
2. 44.7
3. 44.4
4. 44.2
5. 44.0
6. 43.7
7. 43.4
8. 42.8
9. 42.7
10. 41.9

Games Season
12
1994
12
2009
13
2008
12
1999
11
2004
10
1969
13
2003
10
1968
11
1998
12
1992
11
1982
11
2000
Games Season
11
1990
11
1989
11
1975
12
2010
11
1977
12
2001
12
1997
13
2003
12
2009
11
2004

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

No.
1. 33
2. 32
3. 31
4. 27
5. 26
6. 26
7. 24
8. 22
22
22
22
22

Games Season
13
2002
11
1993
13
2003
12
1989
11
1990
11
1983
11
1972
11
2005
12
2001
11
1991
11
1980
11
1973

FIELD GOALS MADE

No.
1. 27
2. 22
3. 21
4. 19
5. 17
6. 17
7. 16
16
9. 15
15

Games Season
13
2003
13
2002
12
1989
12
2001
11
1993
11
1990
11
1983
13
2013
12
1988
12
2011

101

SEASON TEAM RECORDS

SCORING/G DEFENSE

No.
1. 11.3
2. 16.4
3. 19.1
4. 19.7
5. 21.4
6. 22.4
7. 22.5
8. 23.1
9. 24.6
10. 24.3

Games
12
12
11
13
11
12
11
11
11
11

TOTAL POINTS ALLOWED

No.
1. 136
2. 197
3. 211
4. 236
5. 248
6. 255
7. 257
8. 268
9. 269
10. 271

Games
12
12
11
11
11
11
13
11
12
11

Season
1994
1981
1983
2003
1977
2001
1993
1982
1980
1989
Season
1994
1981
1983
1977
1993
1982
2003
1989
2001
1980

TOTAL OFFENSE/G ALLOWED

No.
1. 222.5
2. 298.8
3. 302.6
4. 305.7
5. 316.0
6. 317.8
7. 318.5
8. 320.6
9. 334.4
10. 338.6

Games
12
11
11
10
12
12
13
11
12
11

Season
1994
1993
1983
1968
1992
1981
2003
1972
1997
1982

PASSING YARDS/G ALLOWED

No.
1. 111.3
2. 119.7
3. 121.6
4. 125.1
5. 144.1
144.1
7. 142.7
8. 148.7
9. 158.6
10. 158.7

Games
11
11
11
11
11
12
10
12
11
11

Season
1974
1975
1976
1971
1979
1981
1968
1994
1978
1984

RUSHING YARDS/G ALLOWED

No.
1. 73.8
2. 86.3
3. 87.2
4. 90.9
5. 108.6
6. 114.1
7. 117.4
8. 117.8
9. 120.6
10. 129.6

102

Games
12
11
13
13
11
12
12
11
12
11

Season
1994
1993
2002
2003
1989
2006
1997
1983
2001
1995

TACKLES-FOR-LOSS

No.
1. 109
2. 100
3. 99
4. 98
5. 97
6. 92
7. 89
8. 87
9. 86
10. 82

SACKS

No.
1. 55
2. 50
3. 48
4. 42
42
6. 40
7. 36
8. 35
9. 34
10. 33

INTERCEPTIONS

No.
1. 26
2. 24
24
4. 23
5. 21
21
7. 19
19
9. 17
17
17
17

Games
13
12
11
13
12
12
11
12
12
11

Season
2002
1994
1993
2003
2001
2012
2004
1992
1997
2000

Games
13
13
11
11
12
12
12
12
11
12

Season
2002
2003
1989
1993
1994
2001
2006
2012
2005
1981

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

Season
2001
1989
2003
1968
1960
1983
1959
1997
1966
1973
1987
2002

FUMBLES FORCED

No.
1. 47
47
3. 44
4. 43
5. 42
6. 41
7. 38
38
9. 35
35
35

Games
11
13
11
11
11
11
10
11
11
11
11

FUMBLES RECOVERED

No.
28
25
24
23
23
21
21
20
20
20
20
17
17

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

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Season
1972
2003
1970
1971
1974
1975
1968
1976
1978
1980
1986
Season
1972
1970
2003
1971
1975
1976
1978
1968
1974
1979
1994
1977
2004

BLOCKED KICKS

No.
1. 8
2. 7
3. 5
4. 4
5. 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Games
13
12
11
11
12
12
12
13
11
12
12
12
11
12
13
13

TURNOVERS FORCED

No.
1. 48 (24 INT, 24 FUM)
2. 43 (23 INT, 20 FUM)
43 (15 INT, 28 FUM)
4. 40 (26 INT, 14 FUM)
5. 38 (13 INT, 25 FUM)
6. 37 (13 INT, 24 FUM)
7. 34 (19 INT, 15 FUM)
34 (12 INT, 22 INT)
34 (11 INT, 23 FUM)
34 (13 INT, 21 FUM)

Season
2003
1994
1995
1986
2001
2009
2011
2002
2000
1997
1992
1981
1985
1999
2008
2013

Games Season
13
2003
10
1968
11
1972
12
2001
11
1970
10
1957
10
1959
10
1953
11
1975
11
1976

KICK RETURN AVG. - ALLOWED

No.
1. 14.5
2. 16.2
3. 16.3
4. 16.7
5. 17.0
17.0
17.0
8. 17.2
9. 17.4
10. 17.8
17.8

Games Season
11
1985
10
1952
12
1992
10
1960
10
1959
11
1978
12
2010
10
1969
11
1975
11
1973
11
1982

PUNT RETURN AVG. - ALLOWED

No.
1. 3.8
2. 4.3
3. 5.3
5.3
5. 5.5
5.5
7. 5.6
8. 6.1
9. 6.3
10. 6.6

Games Season
12
1981
11
1970
11
1989
11
2005
12
1994
12
2007
12
2001
12
1992
10
1964
10
1958

KICK RETURN AVG.

No.
1. 27.1
2. 23.6
3. 22.9
22.9
5. 22.8
6. 22.4
7. 22.2
22.2
9. 22.1
10. 21.5
21.5

Games Season
10
1966
10
1964
10
1963
10
1968
12
2011
12
2012
11
1971
12
1992
11
1996
11
1976
11
1991

No.
1. 16.4
2. 15.3
3. 14.4
4. 14.2
5. 13.1
6. 12.6
7. 12.1
8. 11.6
11.6
10. 11.3

Games Season
10
1968
10
1960
10
1953
12
1997
10
1959
11
1978
11
1973
11
2004
11
2005
13
2002

PUNT RETURN AVG.

CAREER RECORDS

103

CAREER RECORDS
PASS ATTEMPTS

No. Player
1. 1,633 Connor Halliday
2. 1,451 Alex Brink
3. 1,118 Jason Gesser
4. 1,086 Jack Thompson
5. 979
Drew Bledsoe
6. 880
Ryan Leaf
7. 865
Jeff Tuel
8. 789
Timm Rosenbach
9. 725
Ty Paine
10. 640
Chad Davis

PASS COMPLETIONS

No. Player
1. 1,013 Connor Halliday
2. 848
Alex Brink
3. 611
Jason Gesser
3. 601
Jack Thompson
4. 532
Drew Bledsoe
5. 531
Jeff Tuel
6. 474
Timm Rosenbach
7. 473
Ryan Leaf
8. 371
Chad Davis
10. 335
Marshall Lobbestael

PASSING YARDS

No. Player
1. 11,304 Connor Halliday
2. 10,913 Alex Brink
3. 8,830 Jason Gesser
4. 7,818 Jack Thompson
5. 7,433 Ryan Leaf
6. 7,373 Drew Bledsoe
7. 5,995 Timm Rosenbach
8. 5,936 Jeff Tuel
9. 4,573 Mark Rypien
10. 4,167 Chad Davis

No. Player
1. 636
Rueben Mayes
2. 618
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
3. 610
Steve Broussard
4. 560
Kerry Porter
5. 542
Tim Harris
6. 528
Dwight Tardy
7. 482
Jerome Harrison
8. 453
Ken Grandberry
9. 424
Dan Doornink
424
Michael Black

Years
2011-14
2004-07
1999-2002
1975-78
1990-92
2009-12
1986-88
1994-97
1994-95
2008-11

No. Player
1. 3,519 Rueben Mayes
2. 3,054 Steve Broussard
3. 2,938 Shaumbe Wright-Fair
4. 2,830 Tim Harris
5. 2,800 Jerome Harrison
6. 2,618 Kerry Porter
7. 2,241 Dwight Tardy
8. 2,129 Michael Black
9. 2,102 Ken Grandberry
10. 1,888 Tali Ena

Years
2011-14
2004-07
1999-02
1975-78
1994-97
1990-92
1986-88
2009-12
1981-85
1994-95

No. Player
1. 33
Steve Broussard
2. 25
Jerome Harrison
3. 23
Rueben Mayes
4. 22
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
5. 19
Ken Grandberry
19
Kerry Porter
19
Michael Black
8. 18
Bernard Jackson
9. 17
Tim Harris
10. 16
Tali Ena

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (Min. 150)

No. Player
1. .620
Connor Halliday
2. .614
Jeff Tuel
3. .601
Timm Rosenbach
4. .584
Alex Brink
5. .580
Chad Davis
6. .563
Bob Newman
7. .553
Jack Thomson
8. .555
Marshall Lobbestael
9. .547
Jason Gesser
10. .543
Drew Bledsoe

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 90
Connor Halliday
2. 76
Alex Brink
3. 70
Jason Gesser
4. 59
Ryan Leaf
5. 53
Jack Thompson
Drew Bledsoe
6. 46
7. 39
Timm Rosenbach
8. 33
Jeff Tuel
9. 28
Mark Rypien
10. 27
Bob Newman

RUSHING ATTEMPTS

Years
2011-14
2004-07
1999-2002
1975-78
1990-92
1994-97
2009-12
1986-88
1970-72
1994-95

Years
2011-14 (1013/1633)
2009-12 (531/865)
1986-88 (474/789)
2004-07 (848/1451)
1994-95 (371/640)
1956-58 (246/437)
1975-78 (601/1,086)
2008-11 (335/603)
1999-02 (611/1,118)
1990-92 (532/979)

Years
2011-14
2004-07
1999-02
1994-97
1975-78
1990-92
1986-88
2009-12
1981-85
1956-58

NET RUSHING YARDS

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

RECEPTIONS

No.
1. 195 (2,022 yards)
2. 189 (3,207 yards)
3. 182 (2,756 yards)
4. 177 (2,452 yards)
5. 166 (1,988 yards)
6. 164 (1,911 yards)
7. 148 (2,182 yards)
148 (2,704 yards)
148 (2,022 yards)
10. 140 (2,447 yards)

Player
Michael Bumpus
Marquess Wilson
Brandon Gibson
Hugh Campbell
Jared Karstetter
Isiah Myers
Phillip Bobo
Jason Hill
Vince Mayle
Nian Taylor

RECEIVING YARDS

No. Player
1. 3,207 Marquess Wilson
2. 2,756 Brandon Gibson
3. 2,704 Jason Hill
4. 2,459 Hugh Campbell
5. 2,447 Nian Taylor
6. 2,250 Tim Stallworth
7. 2,182 Phillip Bobo
8. 2,168 C.J. Davis
9. 2,098 Deron Pointer
10. 2,051 Mike Levenseller

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS

No. Player
1. 32
Jason Hill

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2. 23
Marquess Wilson
3. 22
Hugh Campbell
4. 19
Jared Karstetter
19
Isiah Myers
19
Dom Williams
7. 18
Nian Taylor
18
Deron Pointer
18
Devard Darling
10. 17
Brandon Gibson

104

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TOTAL OFFENSE

Years
1982-85
1989-92
1986-89
1982-86
1979-82
2006-09
2004-05
1971-73
1974-77
1996-97

No. Player
1. 11,011 Alex Brink
2. 10,812 Connor Halliday
3. 9,007 Jason Gesser
4. 7,698 Jack Thompson
5. 7,262 Ryan Leaf
6. 7,151 Drew Bledsoe
7. 6,690 Timm Rosenbach
8. 5,978 Jeff Tuel
9. 5,101 Mark Rypien
10. 5,046 Ty Paine

Years
1982-85
1986-89
1989-92
1979-82
2004-05
1982-86
2006-09
1997-97
1971-73
1976-79

No. Player
1. 1,745 Connor Halliday
2. 1,697 Alex Brink
3. 1,357 Jason Gesser
4. 1,345 Jack Thompson
5. 1,216 Drew Bledsoe
6. 1,138 Jeff Tuel
7. 1,086 Timm Rosenbach
8. 1,053 Ryan Leaf
9. 1,052 Ty Paine
10. 808
Mark Rypien

Years
1986-89
2004-05
1982-85
1989-92
1971-73
1982-86
1996-97
1970-71
1979-82
1976-79

No. Player
1. 4,635 Steve Broussard
2. 4,418 Rueben Mayes
3. 3,804 Shaumbe Wright-Fair
4. 3,584 Tim Harris
5. 3,474 Bernard Jackson
6. 3,267 Jerome Harrison
7. 3,217 Marquess Wilson
8. 3,166 Nian Taylor
9. 3,034 Brandon Gibson
10. 2,960 Deron Pointer

Years
2004-07
2010-12
2005-08
1960-62
2008-11
2011-14
1990-92
2003-06
2013-14
1996-99

No. Player
1. 41
Steve Broussard
2. 32
Jason Hill
3. 26
Rueben Mayes
26
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
5. 25
Jerome Harrison
6. 23
Hugh Campbell
23
Marquess Wilson
8. 19
Ken Grandberry
19
Kerry Porter
19
Michael Black
19
Devard Darling
19
Isiah Myers
19
Dom Williams

Years
2010-12
2005-08
2003-06
1960-62
1996-99
1986-89
1990-92
1988-92
1991-93
1975-77

Years
2003-06
2010-12
1960-62
2008-11
2011-14
2012-present
1996-99
1991-93
2002-03
2005-08

TOTAL PLAYS

Years
2004-06
2011-14
1999-01
1975-78
1994-97
1990-92
1986-88
2009-12
1981-85
1970-72

Years
2011-14
2004-07
1999-02
1975-78
1990-92
2009-12
1986-88
1994-97
1970-72
1981-85

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS (Rush, Rec, PR, KR, IR)

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS

TOTAL POINTS

No. Player
1. 336
Drew Dunning
2. 328
Jason Hanson
3. 272
Andrew Furney
4. 248
Steve Broussard
5. 231
John Traut
Rian Lindell
6. 206
7. 192
Jason Hill
8. 169
Loren Langley
9. 167
Tony Truant
10. 163
Joe Danelo

Years
1986-89
1982-84
1989-92
1979-82
1970-71
2004-05
2010-present
1996-99
2005-08
1991-93

Years
1986-89
2003-06
1982-85
1989-92
2004-05
1960-62
2010-12
1971-73
1982-86
1996-97
2002-03
2011-14
2012-pres.

Years
2000-03
1988-91
2010-13
1986-89
1982-85
1997-99
2003-06
2004-07
1992-96
1972-74

CAREER RECORDS
TOTAL TACKLES


1.
2.
3.
4.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

No.
524
440
436
384
343
334
325
323
317
305

Player
Lee Blakeney
Anthony McClanahan
Brian Forde
Deone Bucannon
John Rushing
Tom Poe
Billy Newman
Greg Trent
Gary Larsen
Artie Holmes

SOLO TACKLES


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
287
268
263
252
221
206
199
188
185
182

Player
Anthony McClanahan
Deone Bucannon
Brian Forde
Lee Blakeney
John Rushing
Gary Larsen
Ron Childs
Steve Gleason
Billy Newman
Tom Poe

ASSISTED TACKLES


1.
2.
3.
4.

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
272
173
153
152
152
140
133
126
123
116

Player
Lee Blakeney
Brian Forde
Anthony McClanahan
Tom Poe
Greg Trent
Billy Newman
Artie Holmes
Ken Emmil
John Rushing
Deone Bucannon

TACKLES-FOR-LOSS

No.
1. 52.5
2. 45.5
3. 44.5
4. 42.0
5. 39.5
6. 35.5
7. 32.0
8. 31.5
9. 31.0
10. 30.5

SACKS


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
37.5
32.5
29.5
22.5
21.5
20.5
19.0
17.5
17.0
15.5

No.
24
16
15
14
13
13
12
12
11
11
11

Years
1990-93
2010-13
1984-87
1980-81,83-84
1991-94
1971-74
1991-94
1996-99
1998-01
1970-73

Years
1980-81,83-84
1984-87
1990-93
1970-73
2005-08
1998-01
1985-88
1979-82
1991-94
2010-13

Player
DeWayne Patterson
Mkristo Bruce
D.D. Acholonu
Travis Long
Keith Millard
Rien Long
Will Derting
Xavier Cooper
Raonall Smith
Four Times,
Most Recent: Isaac Brown

Years
1991-94 (-342)
2003-06 (-209)
2000-03 (-261)
2009-12 (-196)
1980-83 (-223.5)
2000-02 (-172)
2001-05 (-131)
2011-14 (-116)
1998-01 (-94)

Player
DeWayne Patterson
D.D. Acholonu
Mkristo Bruce
Isaac Brown
Keith Millard
Travis Long
Scott Pelluer
Ivan Cook
Rien Long
Erik Howard

Years
1991-94 (-244)
2000-03 (-235)
2003-06 (-154)
2000-03 (-145)
1981-83 (-179.5)
2009-12 (-141)
1977-80 (-87)
1985-88 (-152)
2000-02 (-119)
1982-85 (-123)

INTERCEPTIONS


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

7.

9.

Years
1980-81,83-84
1990-93
1984-87
2010-13
1991-94
1970-73
1998-01
2005-08
1971-74
1985-88

Player
Lamont Thompson
Jason David
Deone Bucannon
Rick Reed
Bill Lippincott
Lionel Thomas
Eric Johnson
Erik Coleman
Don Paul
Torey Hunter
Marcus Trufant

2000-03 (-159)

Years
1997-99,01
2000-03
2010-13
1966-68
1945-48
1969-70
1971-73
2000-03
1946-49
1991-94
1999-02

INTERCEPTION TOUCHDOWNS


1.
2.
3.




No.
4
3
2
2
2
2
2
2

PUNTS


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
275
255
217
208
192
189
168
156
154
135

Player
Damante Horton
Jason David
Bill Gaskins
Billy Newman
Erik Coleman
Pat Bennett
Eric Frampton
Alex Hoffman-Ellis

Years
2010-13
2000-03
1963-65
1998-01
2000-03
2001-04
2003-06
2009-11

Player
Reid Forrest
Kyle Basler
Gavin Hedrick
Rob Myers
Glenn Harper
Tim Davey
James Engstrom
George Martin
Kareem Anderson
Alan Cox

Years
2007-10
2002-05
1974-77
1986-89
1982-85
1978-81
1965-67
1994-95
1998-99
2000-01

PUNTING YARDS


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
11,753
10,794
9,409
8,346
7,911
7,733
6,601
6,375
6,219
5,354

Player
Reid Forrest
Kyle Basler
Gavin Hedrick
Rob Myers
Tim Davey
Glenn Harper
James Engstrom
George Martin
Kareem Anderson
Alan Cox

PUNT RETURNS


1.

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

No.
90
90
80
78
56
54
49
47
45
45

Player
Kitrick Taylor
Jay Dumas
Michael Bumpus
Bill Sewell
Jerry Williams
Phillip Bobo
Collin Henderson
Shawn Tims
Marcus Trufant
Sammy Moore

PUNT RETURN YARDS


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
801
781
706
705
700
599
483
449
419
417

Player
Michael Bumpus
Kitrick Taylor
Bill Sewell
Jay Dumas
Jerry Williams
Shawn Tims
Mark Williams
Marcus Trufant
Sammy Moore
Bud Roffler

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS


1.

3.

5.

No.
3
3
2
2
1

Player
Mark Williams
Michael Bumpus
Robin Sinclair
Kitrick Taylor
12 players

KICKOFF RETURNS


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

8.
9.
10.

No.
67
60
54
49
45
44
44
43
42
40

Player
Isiah Barton
Mike Washington
Bernard Jackson
Victor Wood
Mark Williams
Anthony Prior
Sammy Moore
Chantz Staden
Teondray Caldwell
Greg Johnson

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
1,578
1,359
1,242
1,075
1,018
1,005
997
970
954
898

Player
Isiah Barton
Mike Washington
Bernard Jackson
Mark Williams
Teondray Caldwell
Dee Moronkola
Sammy Moore
Chantz Staden
Anthony Prior
Victor Wood

Years
2010-11
1976-78,80
1972-73
1966-68
2012-14
1995-98
2002-03
2008
1989-91
1985-88

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS


1.





7.

No.
2
2
2
2
2
2
1

Player
Jerry Williams
Ken Graham
Bernard Jackson
Anthony Prior
Dee Moronkola
Sammy Moore
13 players

Years
1946-48
1961-63
1970-71
1989-91
1995-98
2002-03

PAT MADE

Years
2007-10 (275)
2002-05 (255)
1974-77 (217)
1986-89 (208)
1978-81 (189)
1982-85
1965-67 (168)
1994-95 (156)
1998-99 (154)
2000-01 (135)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
139
132
131
110
102
90
84
70
57
54

Player
Jason Hanson
Drew Dunning
Andrew Furney
Rian Lindell
John Truat
Loren Langley
Tony Truant
Joe Danelo
Aaron Price
Paul Watson

FIELD GOALS MADE

Years
1982-83,85-86 (781)
1992-95 (705)
2004-07 (801)
1939-41 (706)
1946-48 (700)
1990-92 (387)
1999-02 (333)
1994-97 (599)
1999-02 (449)
2002-03 (419)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
68
63
47
43
32
31
30
27
26
21

Player
Drew Dunning
Jason Hanson
Andrew Furney
John Traut
Rian Lindell
Joe Danelo
Aaron Price
Tony Truant
Loren Langley
Mike DeSanto

Years
1988-91
2000-03
2010-13
1997-99
1982-85
2004-06
1992-96
1972-74
1992-93
1977-78

Years
2000-03 (88)
1988-91 (96)
2010-13 (60)
1982-85 (65)
1997-99 (50)
1972-74 (61)
1992-93 (50)
1992-96 (42)
2004-05 (46)
1979-80 (33)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Min. 30 att.)

Years
2004-07 (80)
1982-83,85-86 (90)
1939-41 (78)
1992-95 (90)
1946-48 (56)
1994-97 (47)
1966-68 (40)
1999-02 (45)
2002-03 (45)
1949-51 (32)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

10.

No.
.773
.770
.662
.656
.640
.636
.625
.600
.600
.515

Player
Drew Dunning
Andrew Furney
John Traut
Jason Hanson
Rian Lindell
Mike DeSanto
Don Sweet
Aaron Price
Tony Truant
Paul Watson

MOST 50+ FIELD GOALS

Years
1966-68
2004-05
1971-74
1982-83,85-86

Years
2010-11
1976-78,80
1972-73
1985-88
1966-68
1989-91
2002-03
2008
2012-14
1972-73


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.



9.

No.
20
5
4
3
2
2
2
2
1

Player
Jason Hanson
Rian Lindell
Andrew Furney
Aaron Price
Paul Watson
Joe Danelo
John Truant
Kevin Morris
Kevin Adams

POINTS KICKING


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
336
328
272
231
206
168
167
163
147
112

Player
Drew Dunning
Jason Hanson
Andrew Furney
John Traut
Rian Lindell
Loren Langley
Tony Truant
Joe Danelo
Aaron Price
Mike DeSanto

Years
2000-03 (68-88)
2010-13 (47-61)
1982-85 (43/65)
1988-91 (63/96)
1997-99 (32/50)
1979-80 (21/33)
1970-71 (20/32)
1992-93 (30/50)
1992-96 (27/45)
1977-78 (17/33)

Years
1988-91
1996-99
2010-13
1992-93
1977-78
1970-72
1994-96
1981
1986-87

Years
2000-03
1988-91
2010-13
1982-85
1997-99
2004-06
1992-96
1972-74
1992-93
1979-80

105

WSU COACHES

WILLIAM GOODYEAR
1894 (1-1)

1895 (2-0)

JIM SUTHERLAND

JIM WALDEN

EVERETT SWEELEY

GUS WELCH

BERT CLARK

DENNIS ERICKSON

1964-67 (15-24-1)

1987-88 (12-10-1)

JOHN BENDER

A.A. EXENDINE

JIM SWEENEY
1968-75 (26-59-1)

MIKE PRICE

1923-25 (6-13-4)

WALTER RHEINSCHILD

O.E. HOLLINGBERRY

JACKIE SHERRILL

BILL DOBA

WILLIAM KIENHOLZ

PHIL SARBOE

WARREN POWERS

PAUL WULFF

OSCAR OSTHOFF

FORREST EVASHEVSKI

1904-05 (6-6)

DAVID BRODIE
1896 (2-0-1)

1906-07, 12, 14 (21-12)

ROBERT GAILEY
1897 (2-0)

1908 (4-0-2)

FRANK SHIVELY
1898-99 (1-1-1)

WILLIAM ALLEN
1900, 1902 (6-3-1)

WILLIAM NAMACK

106

EMORY ALVORD

1903 (3-3-2)

FRED WAITE

1901 (4-1)

JAMES ASHMORE

1909 (5-1)

1910-11 (5-6)

WILLIAM DIETZ
1915-17 (17-2-1)

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1918 (1-1)

1919-22 (16-10-1)

1926-42 (93-53-14)

1945-49 (17-26-3)

1956-63 (37-39-4)

1976 (3-8)

1977 (7-4)

1950-51 (11-6-2)

AL KIRCHER

1952-55 (13-25-2)

MIKE LEACH

2012-PRESENT (12-25)

1978-86 (44-52-4)

1989-2002 (83-78)

2003-07 (30-29)

2008-11 (9-40)

AWARDS

107

NATIONAL AWARDS
ALL-AMERICA FIRST TEAM
1930


1934
1935
1936
1941
1942
1948
1956
1961
1964
1965
1974
1977
1978
1981

1984

1985

1988

Glenn Turk Edwards, T (by AP, NY Sun)


Mel Hein, C (by All-America Board)
Harold Ahlskog, G (by NY Post)
Ed Goddard, QB (Liberty Mag.)
Ed Goddard, QB (Liberty Mag.)
Ed Goddard, QB (by UPI, Liberty Mag.)
Dale Gentry, E (by NY Sun)
Bob Kennedy, FB (by UPI)
Laurie Niemi, T (by INS)
Bill Steiger, E (by FWA-Look)
Hugh Campbell, E (by All-America Board)
Clancy Williams, HB (by AP, NEA, FWA-Look)
Wayne Foster, DT (by FWA-Look)
Geoff Reece, C (by Time Magazine, Walter Camp)
Ken Greene, DB (NEA)
Jack Thompson, QB (by Sporting News)
Paul Sorensen, FS (by Football News, NEA)
Pat Beach, TE (by Sporting News)
Dan Lynch, OG (by AP, Football News)
Rueben Mayes, RB (by UPI, Football Writers)
Rueben Mayes, RB (by Football News)

1989
1991
1992
1994
1996
1997
2001
2002



2003
2005
2013

Mike Utley, OG (by AP, UPI, Football Writers, AFCA-Kodak, ScrippsHoward, Football News)
Jason Hanson, PK (by AP, UPI, AFCA-Kodak, Football Writers, Walter
Camp, NEA, Sporting News, Football News
Jason Hanson, PK (by UPI, Football Writers)
Drew Bledsoe, QB (by NEA)
DeWayne Patterson, DE (by Football News)
Scott Sanderson, OT (by Sporting News)
Ryan Leaf, QB (by Sporting News)
Lamont Thompson, FS (by AP)
Jason Gesser, QB (by College Football News)
Rien Long, DT (by AP, FWAA, CNNSI.com, Sporting News, ESPN)
Derrick Roche, OG (by AFCA)
Marcus Trufant, CB (by ESPN)
Drew Dunning, PK (by Sporting News)
Jerome Harrison, RB (by AP, FWAA, ESPN, CNNSI.com,
Sporting News, College Football News, Rivals.com)
Deone Bucannon, S (by AP, Athlon Sports)

ALL-AMERICA SECOND TEAM


1928
1930


1932
1942
1956
1962
1965
1981

1984

Mel Dressel, T (by NY Sun)


Mel Hein, C (by NANA, AP)
Glenn Turk Edwards, T (by NANA)
Elmer Schwartz, FB (by NANA)
George Sander, HB (by AP, NEA, NY Sun)
Bob Kennedy, FB (by AP)
Bill Steiger, E (by AP)
Hugh Campbell, E (by AP, UPI)
Bill Gaskins, CB (by UPI, NEA)
Pat Beach, TE (by NEA)
Paul Sorensen, FS (by Sporting News)
Dan Lynch, OG (by Sporting News)



1986

1988

1994

1996
1997
2001
2002

Rueben Mayes, RB (by AP, Football News,


CNNSI.com)
Sporting News)

Marcus Trufant, CB (by AP)
Kerry Porter, RB (by Sporting News)
2005 Jerome Harrison, RB (by Walter Camp, AFCA)
Ricky Reynolds, DB (by Sporting News)
2006 Mkristo Bruce, DE (by AP, Walter Camp)
Mike Utley, OG (by Sporting News)
2011 Marquess Wilson, WR (Yahoo)
Steve Broussard, RB (by Sporting News)
2013 Deone Bucannon, S (by Walter Camp)
DeWayne Patterson, DE (by AP)
Chad Eaton, DT (by UPI)
James Darling, LB (by Sporting News)
Ryan Leaf, QB (by AP)
Lamont Thompson, FS (by Sporting News)
Derrick Roche, OG (by AP, Sporting News,

ALL-AMERICA THIRD TEAM


1928
1930
1936
1941

1957
1960
1961
1988

Mel Dressel, T (by AP)


Elmer Schwartz, FB (by AP)
Ed Goddard, QB (by AP)
Nick Susoeff, E (by AP)
Bill Sewell, QB (by AP)
Don Ellingsen, E (by AP)
Hugh Campbell, E (by AP)
Hugh Campbell, E (by AP, UPI)
Tim Stallworth, WR (by Football News)

1990
1991
1992
1993
1994

1996
1997
2006

Jason Hanson, P (by Football News, AP)


Jason Hanson, PK (by Football News)
Anthony McClanahan, LB (by Football News)
Anthony McClanahan, LB (by Football News)
Chad Eaton, DT (by AP)
Mark Fields, LB (by AP)
Scott Sanderson, OT (by Football News)
Leon Bender, DT (by AP)
Mkristo Bruce, DE (by CNNSI.com,

NATIONAL COLLEGE AWARDS


OUTLAND TROPHY
Rein Long, 2002
NATIONAL COACH OF THE YEAR
Mike Price, 1997
ARA SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
Alex Brink, 2007
COLLEGE FOOTBALL PERFORMANCE AWARDS
Deone Bucannon, 2013 Elite Defensive Back Award

108

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CollegeFootballNews.com)
2007 Brandon Gibson, WR (Phil Steele)
2013 Deone Bucannon, S (CBS Sports)

CONFERENCE HONORS

1984
1985
1989
1992
1997
2002

OFFENSIVE
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Rueben Mayes
Rueben Mayes
Steve Broussard
Drew Bledsoe
Ryan Leaf
Jason Gesser

1994

DEFENSIVE
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Mark Fields

1983
1984
1985
1994

MORRIS TROPHY WINNERS


Keith Millard, DL
Dan Lynch, OL
Erik Howard, DL
Chad Eaton, DL

1981
1983
1988
1997
2001
2003

COACH OF THE YEAR


Jim Walden
Jim Walden
Dennis Erickson
Mike Price
Mike Price
Bill Doba

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM


(All-PCC Team by Helms Athletic Foundation, 1916-1938)
1917



1919



1920


1921

1925
1929
1930

1932
1934

1935
1936
1937
1948

1949
1950
1951

1956
1957

1958
1962
1964
1965

1966

1969

Clarence Zimmerman, E
Walter Herried, T
Silas Stites, G
Benton Bangs, HB
Roy Hanley, E
Walter Herried, T
Earl Dunlap, C
Lloyd Gillis, FB
Fred Hamilton, G
Earl Dunlap, C
Lloyd Gillis, FB
Earl Dunlap, G
(played center)
Herbert Meeker, QB
Elmer Schwartz, FB
Glenn Turk Edwards, T
Mel Hein, C
George Sander, HB
George Theodoratus, T
Ed Goddard, QB
Ed Goddard, QB
Ed Goddard, HB
Al Hoptowit, G
Laurie Niemi, T
Jerry Williams, HB
Don Paul, HB
Laverne Torgeson, LB
Ed Barker, E
Don Steinbrunner, E
Bill Steiger, HB
Don Ellingsen, E
Bob Newman, QB
Chuck Morrell, FB
Hugh Campbell, E
Clancy Williams, HB
Wayne Foster, DT
Bill Gaskins, CB
Doug Flansburg, E
Ron Vrilcak, C
Lionel Thomas, DB

1970
1971



1972

1973


1974


1975
1976

1977

1978

1979
1981

1983



1984


1985


1988

1989


Steve Busch, G
Steve Busch, G
Bernard Jackson, RB
Don Sweet, K
Ron Mims, DB
Bill Moos, OT
Steve Ostermann, G
Steve Ostermann, G
Tom Poe, LB
Geoff Reece, C
Steve Ostermann, G
Geoff Reece, C
Gary Larsen, LB
Gavin Hedrick, P
Jack Thompson, QB
Mike Levenseller, SE
Mike Levenseller, SE
Gavin Hedrick, P
Jack Thompson, QB
Mark Chandless, C
Allan Kennedy, OT
Paul Sorensen, FS
Matt Elisara, NG
Kerry Porter, RB
Dan Lynch, OG
Keith Millard, DT
Eric Williams, DT
Dan Lynch, OG
Rueben Mayes, RB
Mark Rypien, QB
Rueben Mayes, RB
Erik Howard, DT
Kitrick Taylor, RS
Mike Utley, OG
Steve Broussard, RB
Jason Hanson, PK
Steve Broussard, RB
John Husby, OT
Don Grayson, LB

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2004
2005
2006

2007
2013

Clarence Williams, TE
Jason Hanson, PK/P
Jason Hanson, P
Clarence Williams, TE
Drew Bledsoe, QB
Clarence Williams, TE
DeWayne Patterson, DE
Anthony McClanahan, LB
Deron Pointer, RS
Mark Fields, LB
DeWayne Patterson, DE
Chad Eaton, DT
Don Sasa, DT
James Darling, LB
Scott Sanderson, OT
Shawn Tims, RS
Ryan Leaf, QB
Leon Bender, DT
Derrick Roche, OG
Lamont Thompson, FS
Drew Dunning, K
Jason Gesser, QB
Calvin Armstrong, OT
Derrick Roche, OG
Rien Long, DT
Marcus Trufant, CB
Josh Parrish, OL
Will Derting, LB
Jason David, CB
Erik Coleman, FS
Drew Dunning, PK
Calvin Armstrong, OT
Jerome Harrison, RB
Mkristo Bruce, DE
Eric Frampton, SS
Brandon Gibson, WR
Deone Bucannon, S

109

ACADEMIC AWARDS

PAC-12 CONFERENCE
ALL-ACADEMIC
Year Player
1986
Cotton Sears, WR

Ed Tingstad, RB
1987
Kevin Adams, PK

James Hasty, DB

Chris Leighton, TE
1988
Rob Myers, P
1989
Jason Hanson, PK

Chris Moton, DB

Rob Myers, P
1990
Jason Hanson, PK

Ron Hawkins, DB

Russell Miller, DE

Lee Tillman, DE
1991
Jason Hanson, PK

Lee Tillman, DE
1992
Robbie Toebeck, OL
1993
Joe Brazeau, LB
1995
John Scukanec, OL
1996
Brian Chiu, OL

Jason McEndoo, OL
1997
Jason McEndoo, OL
1998
Grady Emmerson, LB

Steve Gleason, LB
1999
Grady Emmerson, LB

Steve Gleason, LB

Rian Lindell, PK

Serign Marong, LB
2000
Collin Henderson, WR

Brian Hollenberg, OL

Serign Marong, LB

Cole Sheridan, DB

Jeremy Williams, DL
2001
Collin Henderson, WR

Brian Hollenberg, OL

Serign Marong, LB

Jeremy Williams, DL

Mark Baldwin, TE (2nd)

Drew Dunning, PK (2nd)

Alex Johnson, OL (2nd)

Cole Sheridan, DB (2nd)

Tupo Tuupo, DL (2nd)
2002
Pat Bennett, LB

Collin Henderson, WR

Jeremy Williams, DL

Riley Fitt-Chappell, OL (2nd)

Cole Sheridan, DB (2nd)
2003
Pat Bennett, LB

Troy Bienemann, TE

Jeremy Williams, DL

Riley Fitt-Chappell, OL (2nd)
2004
Pat Bennett, LB

Troy Bienemann, TE

Riley Fitt-Chappell, OL

Kevin McCall, RB (2nd)

Matt Mullennix, DL (2nd)
2005
Troy Bienemann, TE

Alex Brink, QB

Riley Fitt-Chappell, OL (2nd)

Matt Mullennix, DL (2nd)
2006
Alex Brink, QB
2007
Alex Brink, QB

Jed Collins, TE

Micah Hannam, OL

Matt Mullennix, DL

Joe Eppele, OL (2nd)

Scott Selby, WR (2nd)
2008
Matt Mullennix, DL

Chima Nwachukwu, DB

Matt Eichelberger, DL (2nd)

Micah Hannam, OL (2nd)

Adam Hineline, DL (2nd)

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2014



Micah Hannam, OL
Chris Prummer, OL
Kevin Kooyman, DL
Jay Matthews, DB
Chima Nwachukwu, DB
Steven Ayers, OL, (2nd)
Joe Eppele, OL (2nd)
Josh Garrett, LB (2nd)
Jared Karstetter, WR (2nd)
Kyle McCartney, DB (2nd)
Micah Hannam, OL
Chima Nwachukwu, DB
Chris Prummer, C
Casey Hamlett, DE
Kevin Kooyman, DE
Jared Karstetter,WR
Kyle McCartney, S
Andrei Lintz, TE (2nd)
Jared Karstetter, WR
Kyle McCartney, S
Andrei Lintz, TE (2nd)
Andrei Lintz, TE
Zach Brevick, OL (2nd)
Travis Long, LB (2nd)
Alex Den Bleyker, LS (HM)
John Fullington, OL (HM)
Andrew Furney, K (HM)
David Gilbertson, QB (HM)
Logan Mayes, LB (HM)
Kristoff Williams, WR (HM)
Kristoff Williams, WR
John Fullington, OL (2nd)
Elliott Bosch, O (HM)
Zach Brevick, OL (HM)
Jared Byers, LB (HM)
Alex Den Bleyker, LS (HM)
Andrew Furney, K (HM)
Taylor Taliulu, S (HM)
Peyton Pelluer, LB (1st)
Mitchell Peterson, LB (1st)
River Cracraft, WR (HM)
Sam Flor, OL (HM)
Jacob Seydel, OL (HM)

THREE-TIME ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE


Jason Hanson
1989-91
Serign Marong
1999-2001
Collin Henderson
2000-02
2000-02
Cole Sheridan
Troy Bienemann
2003-05
Alex Brink
2005-07
Micah Hannam
2007-09
Chima Nwachukwu
2008-10
Jared Karstetter
2009-11
FOUR-TIME ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE
Riley Fitt-Chappell
2002-05
Matt Mullennix
2004-05, 2007-08

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1990

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2009
2010

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2010


2011

1982
1988
1991
2007
2011

COSIDA
ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

Steve Hamilton, RB, 2nd Team


Dan Doornick, RB, 2nd Team
Kevin Sloan, OL, 2nd Team
Jason Hanson, PK, 1st Team
Jason Hanson, P, 1st Team
Lee Tilleman, DL, 1st Team
Jason Hanson, PK, 1st Team
Troy Bienemann, TE, 2nd Team
Chima Nwachukwu, DB, 2nd Team
Chima Nwachukwu, DB, 2nd Team

COSIDA
ALL-DISTRICT VIII

Jason Hanson, PK (1st Team)


Jason Hanson, PK (1st Team)
Lee Tilleman, DL (1st Team)
Jason Hanson, PK (1st Team)
Lee Tilleman, DL (1st Team)
Steve Gleason, LB (1st Team)
Serign Marong, LB (2nd Team)
Collin Henderson, WR (1st Team)
Mark Baldwin, TE (2nd Team)
Drew Dunning, PK (2nd Team)
Serign Marong, LB, (2nd Team)
Jeremy Williams, DL (2nd Team)
Troy Bienemann, TE (1st Team)
Jeremy Williams, DL (1st Team)
Riley Fitt-Chappell, OL (2nd Team)
Troy Bienemann, TE (1st Team)
Troy Bienemann, TE (1st Team)
Alex Brink, QB (1st Team)
Riley Fitt-Chappell, OL (1st Team)
Alex Brink, QB (1st Team)
Romeen Abdollmohammadi, PK (2nd Team)
Alex Brink, QB (2nd Team)
Jed Collins, TE (2nd Team)
Micah Hannam, OL (2nd Team)
Matt Mullennix, DL (2nd Team)
Casey Hamlett, DL (1st Team)
Micah Hannam, OL (1st Team)
Chima Nwachukwu, DB (1st Team)
Chima Nwachukwu, DB (1st Team)
Micah Hannam, OL (1st Team)
Jared Karstetter, WR (1st Team)
Jared Karstetter, WR (1st Team)

NFF
SCHOLAR ATHLETES

Greg Porter
Ed Tingstad
Jason Hanson
Alex Brink
Jared Karstetter

PAC-12 FOOTBALL
STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

2011

Jared Karstetter

NFL DRAFT PICKS

111

COUGARS IN THE DRAFT

WSU DRAFT HISTORY SINCE 1960


1960 [1959 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


6th (3/63) Gail Cogdill, WR, Detroit
6th (6/66) Don Ellersick, WR, Los Angeles Rams

1961 [1960 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


5th (5/61) Keith Lincoln, RB, Chicago

1962 [1961 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


9th (14/126) Peter Schenck, RB, Green Bay
17th (12/236) Mike Martin, OL, Philadelphia
20th (9/275) Herm McKee, RB, Baltimore

1963 [1962 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


4th (8/50) Hugh Campbell, WR, San Francisco
6th (11/81) Dave Mathieson, QB, Chicago

1964 [1963 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


12th (8/162) Kenny Graham, DB, Baltimore
13th (10/178) Glenn Baker, OL, Pittsburgh

1965 [1964 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


1st (9/9) Clancy Williams, RB, Los Angeles Rams
19th (2/254) Dale Ford, RB, San Francisco

1966 [1965 SEASON]


NFL DRAFT (0)
None

1967 [1966 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


2nd (11/37) Rich Sheron, TE, New York Jets
6th (5/138) Bud Norris, TE, Miami
11th (8/271) Bob Trygstad, DT, Minnesota

1968 [1967 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


5th (1/112) Dave Middendorf, OL, Cincinnati

1969 [1968 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


7th (16/172) Steven Van Sinderen, OL, San Francisco

1970 [1969 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


15th (10/374) Jim Vest, DE, New Orleans
15th (24/388) Fred Moore, WE, Oakland
17th (6/422) Richard Smith, RB, Cincinnati

1971 [1970 SEASON]


NFL DRAFT (0)
None

1972 [1971 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


4th (3/81) Bernard Jackson, RB, Cincinnati
14th (13/351) John Van Reenan, DE, San Diego

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1973 [1972 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


9th (17/225) Ty Paine, QB, New York Giants

1974 [1973 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


6th (22/152) Robin Sinclair, DB, Cincinnati
8th (8/190) Ken Grandberry, RB, Chicago
9th (4/212) Tom Wickert, OL, Miami

1975 [1974 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


3rd (8/60) Andrew Jones, RB, New Orleans
3rd (9/61) Geoff Reece, C Los Angeles Rams
10th (23/257) Joe Danelo, K, Miami

1976 [1975 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (4)


10th (10/275) Robin Ross, OL, San Francisco
13th (23/370) Mark Young, OL, Oakland
14th (8/383) Mark Husfloen, DE, Atlanta
15th (2/405) Dan Smith, OL, Seattle

1977 [1976 SEASON]


NFL DRAFT (0) - None

1978 [1977 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (8)


1st (19/19) Ken Greene, CB, St. Louis
4th (3/87) Don Schwartz, SS, New Orleans
6th (26/164) Mike Levenseller, WR, Oakland
7th (8/174) Dan Doornink, RB, New Orleans
8th (25/219) Don Hover, LB, Washington
8th (26/220) Gavin Hedrick, P, San Diego
12th (6/312) Eason Ramson, TE, Green Bay
12th (12/318) Mark Patterson, DB, Detroit
NFL FREE AGENT (0)
CFL (1)
Brian Kelly, WR, Edmonton

1979 [1978 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


1st (3/3) Jack Thompson, QB, Cincinnati
NFL FREE AGENT (1)
George Yarno, DL, Tampa Bay

1980 [1979 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (4)


4th (25/108) Bob Gregor, DB, San Diego
11th (15/292) Tali Ena, RB, Seattle
12th (2/307) Ray Williams, RB, Detroit
12th (4/309) Tyrone Gray, WR, St. Louis
NFL FREE AGENT (1)
Mike Snow, DB, New York Giants

1981 [1980 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (5)


4th (8/91) Scott Pelluer, LB, New Orleans
9th (9/230) Samoa Samoa, QB, Cincinnati
9th (15/236) Jim Whatley, WR, Seattle
9th (25/246) Mike Wilson, WR, Dallas
10th (19/267) Allan Kennedy, OT, San Francisco
NFL FREE AGENT (4)
Brian Flones, NG, Seattle
John Little, OT, Dallas
Greg Sykes, OG, Seattle
Mike Washington, RB, Buffalo

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1982 [1981 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (4)


5th (27/138) Paul Sorensen, DB, Cincinnati
6th (1/140) Pat Beach, TE, Baltimore
8th (2/197) Ken Collins, DT, New England
11th (9/288) Jeff Keller, WR, Atlanta
NFL FREE AGENT (3)
Nate Bradley, DB, Atlanta
Matt Elisara, NG, Denver
Mark McKay, OG, Denver
CFL (1)
Mike Walker, DT, Hamilton

1983 [1982 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


11th (6/285) Steve Sebahar, C, Philadelphia
12th (4/311) Clete Casper, QB, Los Angeles Rams
NFL FREE AGENTS (3)
Tim Harris, RB, Pittsburgh
T.J. Jones, WR, Seattle
James Matthews, RB, New York Jets
USFL DRAFT (3)
13th (?/?) Kevin Sloan, OT, Michigan
16th (?/?) Tim Harris, RB, Los Angeles
24th (?/?) Steve Sebahar, C, Oakland

1984 [1983 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


1st (13/13) Keith Millard, DT, Minnesota
3rd (6/62) Eric Williams, DT, Detroit
11th (12/292) Charlie Flager, OT, New England
NFL FREE AGENTS (3)
Ralf Uebel, OL, Denver
Joe Taylor, DB, Denver
John Winslow, OT, Kansas City
USFL DRAFT (6)
1st (?/?) Keith Millard, DT, Arizona
1st (?/?) Eric Williams, DT, New Jersey
6th (?/?) Ricky Turner, QB, San Antonio
8th (?/?) Charlie Flager, OT, Arizona
14th (?/?) Joe Taylor, SS, New Orleans
17th (?/?) Dan Lynch, OG, Jacksonville
CFL (1)
Ricky Turner, QB, Toronto

1985 [1984 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


8th (28/224) Milford Hodge, DT, New England
12th (26/334) Dan Lynch, OG, Denver
NFL FREE AGENT (3)
Lee Blakeney, LB, Denver
Sam Burris, WR, Dallas
John Marshall, WR, Kansas City
CFL (3)
Mike Palumbo, OG, Calgary
Rico Tipton, LB, Calgary
Junior Tupuola, LB, Calgary

1986 [1985 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (4)


2nd (19/46) Erik Howard, DT, New York Giants
3rd (2/57) Rueben Mayes, RB, New Orleans
6th (8/146) Mark Rypien, QB, Washington
9th (12/261) Junior Tautalatasi, RB, Philadelphia
NFL FREE AGENT (1)
Cedrick Brown, CB, Philadelphia
CFL (2)
Peter Emsky, OG, Edmonton
Glenn Harper, P, Edmonton

COUGARS IN THE DRAFT

WSU DRAFT HISTORY SINCE 1960


1987 [1986 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (4)


2nd (8/36) Ricky Reynolds, DB, Tampa Bay
5th (16/128) Kitrick Taylor, WR, Kansas City
7th (3/171) Kerry Porter, RB, Buffalo
8th (7/202) Michel James, WR, Houston
NFL FREE AGENT (0)

1988 [1987 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


3rd (19/74) James Hasty, DB, New York Jets
7th (25/190) Brian Forde, LB, New Orleans
11th (27/304) Richard Calvin, RB, Denver
NFL FREE AGENT (3)
Chris Hiller, DL, Dallas
Chris Leighton, TE, Dallas
Marvin Adams, DL, Washington

1989 [1988 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


3rd (3/59) Mike Utley, OL, Detroit
8th (26/221) Chris Dyko, OL, Chicago
11th (14/293) Artie Holmes, DB New York Jets
NFL SUPPLEMENTAL DRAFT (1)
1st (1/1) Timm Rosenbach, QB, Phoenix
NFL FREE AGENT (4)
Ivan Cook, DE, Atlanta
Maury Metcalf, LB, Atlanta
Jim Michalczik, OG, Phoenix
Ken Kuiper, OT, Dallas
CFL (1)
Tuineau Alipate, LB, Saskatchewa

1990 [1989 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (6)


1st (20/20) Steve Broussard, RB, Atlanta
5th (3/112) Tony Savage, DT, New York Jets
6th (24/161) Tim Stallworth, WR, Los Angeles Rams
7th (17/182) Dan Grayson, LB, Pittsburgh
8th (11/204) Doug Wellsandt, TE, Cincinnati
11th (26/302) Tim Downing, DT, New York Giants
NFL FREE AGENT (6)
Rob Myers, P, Cincinnati
Rodd Olson, TE, Seattle
Randy Gray, DE, Seattle
John Husby, OT, Denver
Mark Ledbetter, LB, New Orleans
Paul Wulff, C, New York Jets
CFL (1)
Marlin Brown, DE, Calgary
Maury Metcalf, LB (89 draft), Saskatchewa

1991 [1990 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (0)


NFL FREE AGENT (3)
Steve Cromer, OL, Green Bay
Calvin Griggs, WR, Seattle
Ron Young, WR, NY Jets
CFL (2)
Curt Newton, LB, British Columbia
Rich Swinton, RB, Calgary

1992 [1991 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (4)


2nd (28/56) Jason Hanson, K, Detroit
5th (14/126) Michael Wright, DB, NY Giants
9th (14/238) Anthony Prior, DB, NY Giants
11th (9/289) Augustin Olobia, WR, Cleveland
NFL FREE AGENT (0)
CFL (1)
3rd (4/20) Konrad Pimiskern, OL,Winnepeg (DNP, returned
to play for WSU)

1993 [1992 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


1st (1/1) Drew Bledsoe, QB, New England
4th (15/99) Lewis Bush, DL, San Diego
7th (1/169) Clarence Williams, TE, Denver
NFL FREE AGENT (6)
Bob Garman, OL, Phoenix
Kurt Loertscher, LB, Washington
Phillip Bobo, WR, Los Angeles Rams
C.J. Davis, WR, Seattle
Shaumbe Wright-Fair, RB, Detroit
Robbie Tobeck, C, Atlanta

1994 [1993 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (0) (First Time WSU has not had a player
drafted since 1991 and just the second time since WSU
began keeping records after the 1977 season (1978 draft).
NFL FREE AGENT (5)
Brett Carolan, TE, San Francisco
Josh Dunning, OL, Chicago
Brian Ford, DT, Philadelphia
Anthony McClanahan, LB, Dallas
Deron Pointer, WR, Indianapolis
CFL (2)
Aaron Price, K, Sacramento
Robert Turner, DB, Sacramento

1995 [1994 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (4)


1st (13/13) Mark Fields, LB, New Orleans
3rd (29/93) Don Sasa, DT, San Diego
3rd (31/95) Torey Hunter, DB, Houston
7th (33/241) Chad Eaton, DL, Phoenix
NFL FREE AGENT (2)
Ron Childs, LB, Kansas City
DeWayne Patterson, DL, Seattle
CFL (2)
Singor Mobley, DB, Edmonton
John Rushing, DB, Birmingham

1996 [1995 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


7th (1/210) Chris Hayes, LB, New York Jets
NFL FREE AGENT (2)
Brian Walker, DB, Washington
Dwayne Sanders, DL, New York Jets
CFL (1)
Mark Pimiskern, LB, British Columbia

1997 [1996 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


2nd (27/57) James Darling, lb, Philadelphia
3rd (21/81) Scott Sanderson, ol, Houston
5th (9/139) Chad Carpenter, wr, Arizona
NFL FREE AGENT (1)
Shad Hinchen, db, San Diego
CFL (1)
Bryan Chiu, Montreal

1998 [1997 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (4)


1st (1/2) Ryan Leaf, qb, San Diego
2nd (1/31) Leon Bender, Oakland
2nd (26/56) Dorian Boose, de, NY Jets
7th (8/197) Jason McEndoo, c, Seattle
NFL FREE AGENT (9)
Michael Black, rb, Seattle
Shane Doyle, de, Buffalo
Chris Jackson, wr, Seattle
Ray Jackson, db, Carolina
Shawn McKenzie, wr, San Francisco
Shawn McWashington, wr, Kansas City
Brandon Moore, lb, Kansas City
Duane Stewart, db, Buffalo
Cory Withrow, og, Minnesota

1999 [1998 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


7th (36/242) Dee Moronkola, cb, Jacksonville
NFL FREE AGENT (4)
Gary Holmes, dt, Seattle
Jonathan Nance, de, Seattle
Love Jefferson, te, Chicago
Rob Rainville, ot, Oakland
CFL (1)
1st (1/1)
Rob Meier, dt, British Columbia

2000 [1999 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


7th (35/241) Rob Meier, dt, Jacksonville
NFL FREE AGENTS (5)
Rian Lindell, pk, Dallas
Kareem Anderson, p, Washington
Steve Gleason, lb, Indianapolis
Earl Riley, db, Kansas City
Ryan Tujague, ol, New England

2001 [2000 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


4th (21/116) Milton Wynn, wr, St. Louis
NFL Free Agents (1)
Marcus Williams, wr, Indianapolis

2002 [2001 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


2nd (6/38) Raonall Smith, lb, Minnesota
2nd (9/41) Lamont Thompson, db, Cincinnati
NFL FREE AGENTS (4)
Joey Hollenbeck, ol, St. Louis
Nakoa McElrath, wr, Jacksonville/Seattle
Billy Newman, s, Tennessee
Tupo Tuupo, de, San Diego

113

COUGARS IN THE DRAFT

2003 [2002 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


1st (11/11) Marcus Trufant, CB, Seattle
4th (29/126) Rien Long, DT, Tennessee
NFL FREE AGENTS (5)
Mike Bush, WR, San Francisco
Jason Gesser, QB, Tennessee
Jerome Riley, WR, Tennessee
Derrick Roche, OL, Tennesse
John Tippins, RB, Baltimore

2004 [2003 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


3rd (19/82) Devard Darling, WR, Baltimore
4th (29/125) Jason David, CB, Indianapolis
5th (11/143) Erik Coleman, FS, NY Jets
NFL FREE AGENTS (8)
D.D. Acholonu, LB, Buffalo
Isaac Brown, LB, Seattle
Jermaine Green, RB, NY Giants
Matt Kegel, QB, Minnesota
Sammy Moore, WR, Seattle
Josh Parrish, OL, Pittsburgh
Jonathan Smith, RB, Kansas City
Virgil Williams, S, Chicago

2005 [2004 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (3)


3rd (12/76) Karl Paymah, CB, Denver
6th (37/211) Calvin Armstrong, OT, Philadelphia
7th (17/231) Hamza Abdullah, DB, Tampa Bay
NFL FREE AGENTS (1)
Sam Lightbody, OL, Houston

2006 [2005 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


5th (12/145) Jerome Harrison, RB, Cleveland
NFL FREE AGENTS (4)
Kyle Basler, P, Cleveland
Troy Bienemann, TE, New Orleans
Omawale Dada, CB, New York Jets
Nick Mihlhauser, C, San Diego
CFL (1)
1st (1/1) Adam Braidwood, DE, Edmonton

2007 [2006 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


3rd (12/76) Jason Hill, WR, San Francisco
5th (28/165) Eric Frampton, S, Oakland
NFL FREE AGENTS (5)
Cody Boyd, TE, Pittsburgh
Tyron Brackenridge, CB, Kansas City
Mkristo Bruce, DE, Miami
Steve Dildine, LB, San Francisco
Charles Harris, OL, Tennessee

2009 [2008 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


6th (21/194) Brandon Gibson, WR, Philadelphia
NFL FREE AGENTS (1)
Devin Frischknecht, TE, Washington

2010 [2009 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (0)


NFL FREE AGENTS (1)
Kenny Alfred, C, Tennessee
CFL (2)
1st (1/2) Joe Eppele, OL, Toronto
3rd (Supplemental) Johnny Forzani, WR, Calgary

2011 [2010 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


6th (38/203) Zack Williams, C, Carolina
NFL FREE AGENTS (1)
Reid Forrest, P, Buffalo

2012 [2011 SEASON]

NFL FREE AGENTS (4)


Alex Hoffman-Ellis, LB, St. Louis
David Gonzales, OL, San Francisco
Brandon Rankin, DL, Detroit
Jared Karstetter, WR, Detroit

2013 [2012 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


7th (30/236) Marquess Wilson, WR, Chicago
NFL FREE AGENTS (1)
Wade Jacobson, OL, Washington
Travis Long, LB, Philadelphia
Jeff Tuel, QB, Buffalo

2014 [2013 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


1st (27/27) Deone Bucannon, S, Arizona
NFL FREE AGENTS (2)
John Fullington, OL, San Francisco
Andrew Furney, K, New York Jets

2015 [2014 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (2)


3rd (96/32) Xavier Cooper, DL, Cleveland
4th (123/24) Vince Mayle, WR, Cleveland
NFL FREE AGENTS (2)
Connor Halliday, QB, Washington
Kalafitoni Pole, DL, Cincinnati

2008 [2007 SEASON]

NFL DRAFT (1)


7th (16/223) Alex Brink, QB, Houston
NFL FREE AGENTS (5)
Husain Abdullah, DB, Minnesota
Michael Bumpus, WR, Seattle
Jed Collins, TE, Philadelphia
Charles Dillon, WR, Indianapolis
Ropati Pitoitua, DT, New York Jets

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NOTES

* = Year cited is the year the draft was held in, thus 1978
refers to those who played football at WSU in the fall of 1977.
NOTE - Figures in parentheses represent the draft position in
the round/total draft position.

WSUS NFL SUMMARY


1978-2011

Most Players Drafted: Eight in 1978


Most Players Drafted First: One, 1989 and 1993
1989 (1) - Timm Rosenbach, QB, Phoenix (supplemental)
1993 (1) - Drew Bledsoe, QB, New England
Most Players Drafted First Round: One, 10 times
1978 (19) - Ken Green, CB, St. Louis
1979 (3) - Jack Thompson, QB, Cincinnati
1984 (13) - Keith Millard, DT, Minnesota
1989 (1) - Timm Rosenbach, QB, Phoenix (supplemental)
1990 (20) - Steve Broussard, RB, Atlanta
1993 (1) - Drew Bledsoe, QB, New England
1995 (13) - Mark Fields, LB, New Orleans
1998 (2) - Ryan Leaf, QB, San Diego
2003 (11) - Marcus Trufant, CB, Seattle
2014 (27) - Deone Bucannon, S, Arizona
Most Players Drafted First Two Rounds: Three in 1998
Most Players Drafted First Three Rounds: Three in 1995, 1998
Most Players Drafted First Seven Rounds: Four 1978, 1990,
1995 and 1998
Most Free Agents Signed: 9 in 1998
Most Players Signed (Drafted and FA): 13 in 1998 (4 drafted,
9 free agents)
Total Players Drafted, 1978-2014: 129
Total Players Free Agent, 1978-2014: 106
Total Cougars Drafted by Round*:
1 - 10, 2 - 8, 3 - 11, 4 - 9, 5 - 9, 6 - 6, 7 - 11, 8 - 7,
9 - 5, 10 - 1, 11 - 7, 12 - 7
* = [NFL conducted 12-round draft through 1992, then
reduced to seven rounds beginning with the 1993 draft.]

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

115

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
NO. NAME

POS HT.

WT.

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL LETTER YEARS

A
82 Michael Abbott
E 6-0 167 Seattle
West Seattle
1961-62
74 William B. Abbott
G/T 6-3 230 Spokane
Central Valley
1967-68
Stanwood
2006-07
19 Romeen Abdollmohammadi K 6-0 235 Camano Island
28 Hamza Abdullah
FS 6-3 210 Pomona, Calif.
Pomona
2001-04
23 Husain Abdullah
FS 6-1 197 Pomona, Calif.
Pomona
2004-07
33 Richard Abrams
F 5-11 210 Bellingham
Bellingham
1945-46
17 D.D. Acholonu
DE 6-3 245 Seattle
Inglemoor
2000-03
9 Kearney Adams
WR 5-9 165 Gilbert, Ariz.
Gilbert
1994-95
4 Kevin Adams
PK 5-11 181 Everett
Cascade
1986-87
87 Marvin Adams
DE 6-6 250 Modesto, Calif.
Central Catholic
1985-87
98 Anthony Adedipe
DE 6-3 254 E. Palo Alto, Calif.
Washington
1999-00
22 Tracy Adkins
DB 5-11 170 Los Angeles, Calif.
Manual Arts
1982-83
77 Patrick Afif
OL 6-7 325 Temecola, Calif.
Temecola
2003-04
3 James Agee
Q 5-10 168 Dayton
Dayton
1932-33-34-35
88 John Mike Agee
Q 5-10 174 Alexandria, Va.
George Washington 1957-59
44 Mark Ahlberg
TE 6-5 262 Fullerton, Calif.
Troy
2002
7 Edwin Ahlskog
G
190 Coeur dAlene
Coeur d Alene
1923-24
3 Harold Ahlskog
T 6-1 195 Spokane
Lewis & Clark
1928-29-30
92 Fevaeai (Ai) Ahmu DT 6-0 280 San Diego, Calif.
Serra
2005-07
6 Frank Akins
RH 5-10 190 Spokane
Rogers
1939-40-41
48 Harold Akins
F 5-10 176 Spokane
Rogers
1942-46-47
PK 6-2 190 Billings, Mont.
Billings
1976
3 Terry Alberta
69 Robert Aldrich
OG-C 6-2 228 Sunnyvale, Calif.
Freemont
1972-73-74
20 Swinton Aldrich
Q 5-11 170 Honolulu, Hawaii
Kamehameha
1956-57
90 Ing Aleaga
DL 6-3 285 Aiea, Hawaii
Aiea
1999-2001

Elmer Alexander
RHB
160 Pasco
Pasco
1922
OL 6-3 289 Gig Harbor
Gig Harbor
2006-09
69 Kenny Alfred
55 Tuineau Alipate
MLB 6-2 238 Union City, Calif.
Logan
1985-86-87-88
12 DeWayne Allen
E 6-1 172 Huntington Park, Calif.
1934-36
19 Kourtney Allen
WR 5-10 171 Kansas City, Kan.
Summit
1996
18 Bert Allinger
F 6-0 194 Vancouver
Vancouver
1949
LB 6-2 220 Los Angeles, Calif.
Dorsey
2012-14
8 Jeremiah Allison
76 Walter Altobelli
T 5-8 220 Los Angeles, Calif.
Los Angeles
1959
22 Reynaldo Alvarado
H 5-11 205 Los Angeles, Calif.
Los Angeles
1955

Emory Alvord
T 6-0 180 McCammon, Idaho Pocatello
1914-15
59 Martin Ancellotti
DT 6-0 207 Ukiah, Calif.
Ukiah
1969-70-71
TE 6-2 227 Seattle
Interlake
1988-89
49 Kevin Andal
26 Charles Anderson
TB 6-0 190 Seaside, Calif.
Seaside
1972-73-75
63 Crosby Anderson
LB 6-2 216 Seaside, Calif.
Luke Phillips
1970-71
4 Hjalmer Anderson
RE 6-0 197 Seattle
Ballard
1942
60 Jerry Anderson
G 6-0 195 Seattle
Shorecrest
1965-66
WR 6-2 188 Woodland Hills, Calif. Taft
2007-08
85 Jeshua Anderson
9 Kareem Anderson
P 6-0 199 Phoenix, Ariz.
South Mountain
1998-99
22 Lavell Anderson
RB 5-7 170 San Diego, Calif.
Eastlake
2001
89 Neil Anderson
OE 6-3 240 Birds Landing, Calif. Rio Vista
1965-66-67
21 Ray Anderson
T 6-2 193 Spokane
Rogers
1934-36
LH 6-1 174 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1945
66 Robert Anderson
84 Rod Anderson
DE 6-1 216 Pendleton, Ore.
Pendleton
1971-73
91 Terry Anderson
DT-L 6-5 240 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1975-77
3 Joe Angelo
Q 5-10 183 San Francisco, Calif. Commerce
1936-38
45 Vincent Antonio
FB 5-11 210 Arroyo Grande, Calif. Arroyo Grande
1962
2 Austin Apodaca
QB 6-3 193 Longmont, Colo.
Silver Creek
2013
6 Harry Hack Applequist G 5-11 178 Marcus
1912-15
1 Ollie Arbelbide
H 5-10 171 Huntington Park, Calif.
1932-34
10 Gene Arger
LG 5-9 181 Tacoma
Lincoln
1941-42, 45
67 Calvin Armstrong
OL 6-7 321 Centralia
Centralia
2001-04
42 Ed Armstrong
WR 6-1 197 Tacoma
Franklin Pierce
1968-70
42 Bob Arps
C 6-3 180 Tacoma
Lincoln
1946
26 Alvan Arzu
RB 5-10 205 Sylmar, Calif.
Notre Dame
1997, 1999
57 Kevin Ashworth
LB 6-1 219 Garden Grove, Calif. Pacifica
1991-92
29 Brandon Asuega-Stark RB 5-10 219 Issaquah
Issaquah
2004-05
52 Jack Atwood
C 6-2 200 Compton, Calif.
Burbank
1956
55 Rick Austin
OL 6-3 338 Rialto, Calif.
Eisenhower
1995
78 Steven Ayers
OL 6-4 304 Bellingham
Sehome
2008-09
45 Brock Aynsley
WR 6-2 185 Kelowna, B.C.
Larry Johnson
1969-72

B
69 Leroy Babbit
G 5-9 210 Pullman
Pullman
10 Francis Bacoka
E 6-2 195 Everett
Everett
5 Bryon Bailey
H 5-10 183 Seattle
West Seattle
75 Mike Bailey
OT 6-4 274 Medford, Ore.
North Medford
43 Huarleen Bain
HB 6-0 195 Vancouver
Ft. Vancouver
60 Richard Baird
LB 6-2 195 Seattle
Roosevelt

116

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

1961
1945-47
1949-51
1990, 92-93
1965
1965-67

78
48
74
86
26
89
32
89
56
14
12
9
4
15
93
92
89

62
79
76
80
61
19
81
8
24
8
72
43
89
97
13
35
30
13
25
6
91
73
5
46
12
4
69
70
15
71
39
68
3
71
52
81
90
85
13
87
33
5
2
45
96
46
39
11
88
2
66
30
10
8
62
2
71
18
26

Eugene D. Baker
T 5-10 196
Fred Baker
Q 6-1 206
Glenn Baker
T 6-3 240
Tom Baker
LE 5-11 180
Tyler Baker
WR 5-10 180
Mark Baldwin
TE 6-6 245
Richard Baldwin
T 6-3 215
Clete Baltes
E 6-0 190
Chris Baltzer
LB 6-0 235
Benton Biff Bangs RH 5-10 170
Jeff Banks
P 6-0 175
Mory Banks
DB 5-11 198
Rex Bantz
F 6-0 185
William Bantz
T 6-5 205
Dave Barber
DT 6-2 195
Robert Barber
NT 6-3 297
Edward R. Barker
E 6-3 200
Frank T. Cack Barnard E
Charles Barnes
G 6-1 195
Noel Barnes
C 6-5 245
James Barney
T 6-1 190
Carl Barschig
TE 6-2 213
Steven Bartelle
LB 5-10 205
Brett Bartolone
WR 5-10 187
Isaiah Barton
WR 6-1 187
Kyle Basler
P 6-3 234
Christian Bass
FS 6-2 224
Paul E. Bates
E 6-0 178
R. Burgess Bauder
DT 6-0 210
Eddie Bayne
H 5-11 166
Pat Beach
TE 6-4 235
Mike Beasley
DT 6-4 237
Myron Beck
LB 6-0 209
Charles Beckel
FB 6-1 190
Joe Beckman
RT 6-0 195
Ian Bell
RB 5-10 201
Kay Bell
T 6-2 209
Henry Bendele
F 5-8 175
Leon Bender
DT 6-5 308
Henry Bendix
QT 6-1 215
LeRoy Bendix
G
180
Patrick Bennett
LB 6-0 224
Wally Bennett
QB 6-5 211
Woodson Bennett
Q 5-11 160
Kenneth Benson
G 5-11 190
William Benton
T 6-5 215
Garry Bergan
QB 6-2 185
Dave Berger
DT 6-4 232
Wayne Berry
HB 6-0 170
William Berry
G 5-7 165
Harold Bervin
E
180
George Beveridge
T 6-1 220
George Bican
T 6-1 192
Troy Bienemann
TE 6-4 258
Cleve Bigelow
CB 5-11 176
Mark Bircher
WR 6-1 184
Steve Birnbaum
QB 6-5 225
Dennis Birney
E 6-0 196
Jared Bjerkestrand WR 6-4 208
Michael Black
RB 6-0 206
Daniel Blackledge
WR 6-0 181
Louis Blakeley
FB 5-10 185
Lee Blakeney
SLB 6-0 234
Louis Bland
LB 5-10 221
Morris Blankenbaker RH 5-1 175
Drew Bledsoe
QB 6-5 224
Ozell Bledsoe
DE 6-3 222
John Bley
T 6-2 194
Raymond Blier
T 6-0 212
Mark Blocker
CB 5-9 164
Ed Blount
QB 5-11 190
Darryl Blunt
P 6-0 190
Alan Boatman
C 6-2 265
Phillip Bobo
WR 5-11 186
Matthew Bock
DL 6-2 270
George Bohannan
LE
180
Jeremy Bohannon
SS 5-10 206

Buckly
White River
1955-57
Mead
Mead
1942
Waitsburg
Waitsburg
1961-63
Tacoma
Stadium
1947-49
Bullard, Texas
Brook Hill
2014
Brandon, Miss.
Brandon
2000-01
Bellingham
N. Cent. Spokane
1967
Versailles, Ohio
Versailles
1962-63
Eugene, Ore.
Sheldon
2004-05, 07
Albion, Ida.
1914-17
Upland, Calif.
Bishop Amat
1996-97
Los Angeles, Calif.
Crenshaw
1999-00
Chehalis
Chehalis
1938-39
Chehalis
Chehalis
1937-39
Rancho Cordova, Calif. Cordova
1977
Pago Pago, Amer. Samoa Fagaitua
2013-14
Sunnyside
Sunnyside
1950-52
Seattle
Seattle H.S.
1900-02
Santa Maria, Calif.
Santa Maria
1962-63
Seattle
Franklin
1975-77
Prineville, Ore.
Prineville
1956
Pico Rivera, Calif.
Pico Rivera
1974-75
Pullman
Pullman
1966-68
La Habra, Calif.
La Habra
2012-13
Los Angeles, Calif.
Fresno CC
2010-11
McCleary
Elma
2002-05
Moreno Valley, Calif. Canyon Springs
2004-07
Albany, Ore.
Albany
1935-37
Tacoma
Wilson
1964-66
Billings, Mont.
Billings
1936-38
Pullman
Pullman
1978-81
Palo Alto, Calif.
Palo Alto
1982-83, 85
Seattle
Glendale College
2008-10
Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1952-54
Tacoma
Stadium
1939-41
Pasadena, Calif.
Taft
2005-06
Seattle
Lincoln
1934-36
Seattle
Ballard
1931-33
Santee, Calif.
Santana
1996-97
Spokane
Shadle Park
1967-69
Chewelah
Chewelah
1925-27
Forks
Forks
2001-04
Bellevue
Newport
1973-76
Seattle
Albany, Ore.
1933-35
The Dalles, Ore.
1956
East Bakersfield, Calif. East Bakersfield
1962
Issaquah
Issaquah
1970-71
Oakland, Calif.
Skyline
1968-69
LaGrande, Ore.
LaGrande
1951-53
Pullman
Pullman
1958-60
Spokane
North Central
1923-25
Temple City, Calif.
Temple City
1963-66
Sacramento, Calif. Sacramento
1931-33
Mt. View, Calif.
St. Francis
2002-05
Compton, Calif.
Compton
1981
Richland
Columbia
1985-86
Chino Hills, Calif.
Ayala
1996-99
Covina, Calif.
Covina
1965
Spokane
Shadle Park
2008
Los Angeles, Calif.
Dorsey
1996-97
Colorado Springs, Colo. Palmer
2007-10
Sacramento, Calif.
C.K. McClatchy
1960-61
Concord, Calif.
Ygnacio
1980-81-83-84
Modesto, Calif.
Central Catholic
2008-09
Yakima
Davis
1962
Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1990-92
East St. Louis, Ill.
LA Harbor JC
1974
Spokane
Lewis & Clark
1933-35
Colville
Colville
1956-58
Los Angeles, Calif.
Manual Arts
1982
Pasadena, Calif.
Blair
1984-86
Los Angeles, Calif.
St. John Bosco
2006
Kettle Falls
Kettle Falls
1985-86
Moreno Valley, Calif. Moreno Valley
1990-92
Mission Viejo, Calif. Santa Margarita
2011-13
Cle Elum
Cle Elum
1920-21
Richland
Richland
2001-04

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
45
62


10
90
99
52
66
82
60
95
65
85
20
23
46
80
98
26
16
4
12
72
30
44
13
63
99
6
75
13
37
14
46
49
77
53
80
7
41
9
70
10
9
72
75

37
7

23
4
78
19
31
60
20
38
16
53
25

40
9
8
99
22

44
94
33
44


36
20

Bennett Bontemps
WR 6-0 191
Elmo Bond
RT 6-3 200
Clarence Digger Boone G
Holt Boone
R. R. Boone
RH
187
Dorian Boose
DE 6-6 282
Eric Boose
DT 6-2 281
Robert Booth
DE 6-2 242
Steven Boots
MG 6-2 215
Boone Borden
WR 6-0 187
Elliott Bosch
OL 6-4 280
Rod Bourke
DT 6-3 232
Jeff Bowen
OL 6-1 281
William B. Bowen
G 6-0 190
Al Bowens
RB 5-10 166
Richard Bower
FB 5-11 205
Mike Bowlin
P 6-4 215
Cody Boyd
TE 6-8 264
Bryan Boyer
DT 6-4 251
James Boylan
RH 6-1 170
James Boyle
Q 5-10 177
Lee Braach
SLB 6-1 192
Tyron Brackenridge CB 6-0 186
Harold Bradford
DT 6-2 248
Nate Bradley
CB 5-10 186
Melvin Brady
HB 6-2 198
Adam Braidwood
DE 6-4 264
Allen Branco
LB 6-0 205
Mike Branigan
OLB 5-11 203
Thomas Branigan
G 5-9 184
Gary Branson
DT 6-3 223
Bob Bratkowski
SE 6-1 185
Dennis Braun
WLB 6-2 215
Stan Bray
170
Frederick C. (Bobo) Brayton G
5-9 180
Fritz Brayton
WR 6-1 195
Buzz Brazeau
OT 6-5 260
Joe Brazeau
LB 6-2 213
John Breland
SE 6-0 200
Earl Brenneis
RH 5-11 176
Quentin Breshears
K 6-0 183
Edwin Brett
E 6-2 194
Zach Brevick
OL 6-5 278
Alex Brink
QB 6-3 207
Lance Broadus
DE 6-2 226
Herman (Joe) Brocker T 6-2 210
Jerald Brockey
T 5-8 205
David Brodie
HB
Robert Brodie
FB 5-9 180
Bert Brooks
T 6-0 175
Ray Brooks
Leon Brooks
RB 5-7 175
Rudy Brooks
HB 5-10 155
Ted Brose
T 6-2 205
Jack Brossman
FS 6-0 198
Steve Broussard
RB 5-7 210
Angelo Brovelli
T 5-11 215
Bob Brown
C
186
Brandon Brown
LB 6-2 223
Cedrick Brown
RCB 5-10 178
Dave Brown
LB 6-2 210
Daquawn Brown
CB 5-11 175
G. Elmer Brown
Fred Brown
E 6-2 183
Isaac Brown
DE 6-3 222
Kevin Brown
RB 6-3 220
Marlin Brown
DE 6-3 253
Philip Brown
G
178
W. Vernon Brown
QB 5-7 165
John Browne
HB 5-10 185
Mkristo Bruce
DE 6-7 249
Chris Bruhn
RB 6-3 221
Gordon Brunswick
F 6-2 200
Arthur Prexy Bryan QB

Richard Bryan
6-2 225
David Bucannon
S 6-0 197
Deone Bucannon
S 6-1 215

Puyallup
Rogers
2010-12
Hoquiam
Hoquiam
1946
Chehalis
1917
Palouse
1908
Cunningham
1915-16
Tacoma
Henry Foss
1996-97
Tacoma
Foss
1999
Pasco
Pasco
1993-95
Sun Valley, Calif.
Poly
1965-67
Orting
Orting
1991-92
Spokane
Ferris
2010, 12-13
Aberdeen
Aberdeen
1984
St. John, Wash.
St. John Endicott
2008
Chicago, Ill.
1949-51
Boise, Idaho
Boise
1980-81
Great Falls, Mont.
Great Falls
1950-52
Aliso Viejo, Calif.
Saddleback JC
2012-13
Bellingham
Ferndale
2003-06
Lapwai, Idaho
Lapwai
2002, 04
Van Nuys, Calif.
Van Nuys
1960-61
Seattle
Ballard
1941-42
Des Moines
Mt. Rainier
1975
Ontario, Calif.
Upland
2004, 2006
New Orleans, La.
Wenatchee
1971
Santa Ana, Calif.
Saddleback
1980-81
Buttonwillow, Calif. Buttonwillow
1964-65
Delta, B.C.
Seaquam
2002-05
San Leandro, Calif. San Leandro
1961-62
Santa Monica, Calif. Palisades
1978-79
Seattle
Seattle Prep
1940-42
Spokane
Shadle Park
1969-70
Green Bay, Wis.
Premontre
1974-76-77
Corvallis, Ore.
1979
Bellingham
1923
Birdsview
Hamilton
1947-49
Pullman
Pullman
1971-73
Pullman
Pullman
1969-71
Seattle
Seattle Prep
1993
Seattle
Garfield
1982-84
Onalaska
1941-42
Turlock, Calif.
Pitman
2014
Lewiston, Idaho
1933-35
Snoqualmie
Mount Si
2012-13
Eugene, Ore.
Sheldon
2004-07
Woodland Hills, Calif. Taft
2005-07
Marysville
Marysville
1964
Seattle
Lincoln
1953-55
Monmouth, Ore.
1895
Palos Verdes, Calif. El Segundo
1962
Everett
1915
Seattle
Franklin
1903
Harbor City, Calif.
St. John Bosco
2011-13
Hayward, Calif.
Hayward
1952
Port Orchard
South Kitsap
1952-54
Bothell
Bothell
1976, 78
Los Angeles, Calif.
Manual Arts
1987-89
Burbank, Calif.
Burbank
1957-58
Spokane
Lewis & Clark
1934
Pacific
Auburn
1998
Compton, Calif.
Compton
1983-85
Royal City
Royal City
1975-76
Los Angeles, Calif.
Dorsey
2013-14
Spokane
1899
Glendale, Calif.
1937-38
Upland, Calif.
Claremont
2000-04
West Covina, Calif. Baldwin Park
1998
Foster City, Calif.
Aragon
1987-89
Vancouver
Vancouver
1922-23
Boise, Idaho
1916
San Bruno, Calif.
Capuchino
1961-63
Renton
Liberty
2003-06
Woodland, Calif.
Woodland
2003-04
Tacoma
Lincoln
1947-48
Pullman
1906-08
Baldwin Park, Calif.
1972
Fairfield, Calif.
Vanden
2014
Fairfield, Calif.
Vanden
2010-13

80

29

88
5
54
10
6
22
20
26
27
64
82
3
5
32
66
94
48
5
52
37
62
70

Anthony Buchanan WR 5-8 170


Lyle Buck
LH
154
Archie Buckley
QB 5-8 150
Robert Bucklin
RE
Ron Bull
TE 6-5 215
Michael Bumpus
WR 6-0 194
Jerry Burkhalter
MLB 6-0 208
Robert Burkhart
QB 5-11 195
Joe Burks
C
169
Anthony Burnett
DB 5-10 180
Deon Burnett
RB 5-11 212
Arthur Burns
RB 5-11 206
Greg Burns
CB 5-10 175
Melvin Burrell
LB 6-0 195
Sam Burris
WR 6-2 187
Lorenzo Bursey
CB 5-8 175
Angelo Busato
T 6-1 196
Sam Busch
SLB 6-1 197
Steve Busch
LB 6-2 225
Tony Busch
OLB 6-0 200
Lewis Bush
DE 6-3 239
Mike Bush
WR 6-6 210
Roy Busse
G 6-1 210
Jared Byers
FB/LB 6-0 218
John Byers
E
190
Bobby Byrd
OL 6-7 308

Spokane
University
2001
Mt. Vernon
1909-10
Colville
Colville
1927-29
Port Blakely
1897
Oak Harbor
Oak Harbor
1975-78
Culver City, Calif.
Culver City
2004-07
Renton
Renton
1971-73
Kellogg, Idaho
Kellogg
1951-53
Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1922-23
Upland, Calif.
Claremont
2002
Upland, Calif.
Claremont
1999
Corona, Calif.
Centennial
2010
Los Angeles, Calif.
Dorsey
1991-93, 95
Tacoma
Franklin Pierce
1967-69
Los Angeles, Calif.
Gardena
1983-84
Long Beach, Calif.
Long Beach Poly
2005
Renton
1931-33
Colton
Colton
1976, 78-79
Colton
Colton
1969-71
Colton
Colton
1979
Tacoma
Washington 1988-89, 91-92
Riverside, Calif.
Meridian
2001-02
Bremerton
East
1961-63
Pullman
Pullman
2009, 11-13
Spangle
Spangle
1931
Oceanside, Calif.
Oceanside
2004-07

C
10 Dennis M. Cadigan
S 5-11 190 Seattle
Garfield
1964, 66-67
E
157 Seattle
1924
17 Frank Cady
34 Teondray Caldwell
RB 5-8 198 Los Angeles, Calif.
Venice
2012-13
29 Paul Callow
H 5-7 155 Bremerton
1937-38
22 Richard Calvin
RB 6-0 210 Santa Ana, Calif.
Santa Ana Valley 1983-84-87
55 Melvin Camarena
DT 6-2 275 E. Palo Alto, Calif.
Carlmont
1999-00
T 6-1 190 LaCrosse
1930-32
7 Walter Camp
86 Hugh Campbell
E 6-1 180 Saratoga, Calif.
Los Gatos
1960-62
35 Jerry Campbell
LH 5-8 175 Castro Valley, Calif. Castro Valley
1960-61
18 Robert D. Campbell
G 6-1 198 Enumclaw
Enumclaw
1935
7 Robert S. Campbell
T 6-3 192 Malone
1936
HB 5-11 175 Spokane
Rogers
1952-53
9 Terry Campbell
44 Francis Cano
F 6-0 195 San Francisco, Calif. Poly
1958-60
81 Tom Caraher
DT 6-4 230 Vashon
Vashon
1972

Edward Cardwell
E
Wilbur
1900-04
51 Herbert Carlson
C 6-0 195 Newberry, Mich.
Newberry
1951,53
FB 6-1 205 Yakima
Davis
1967-68
32 Delbert Carmichael
89 Brett Carolan
TE 6-4 244 Novalto, Calif.
San Martin
1990-93
4 Anthony Carpenter
DB 6-0 195 Los Angeles, Calif. Serra
2010-13
17 Chad Carpenter
WR 6-0 204 Weiser, Idaho
Weiser
1993-96
16 Jason Carr
WR 5-10 162 Inglewood, Calif.
Morningside
1987
34 Paul Carr
RB 6-0 209 Bellevue
Interlake
1988-91
91 Ben Carrillo
ILB 6-0 231 West Covina, Calif. West Covina
1982-83, 85
36 Mike Carter
SS 6-1 190 Seattle
Garfield
1972-74
9 Clete Casper
QB 6-3 192 Seattle
Issaquah
1979-82

Cecil Cave
HB
Pullman
1906-09
68 Ernest Cecaci
LG 5-11 205 Oakland
St. Marys
1949
30 Vern Chamberlain
FB 6-1 219 Longview
Longview
1973-75
77 Mark Chandless
C 6-2 230 La Crescenta, Calif. Crescenta Valley
1976-78
16 Derek Chapman
QB 6-4 220 Chula Vista, Calif.
Chula Vista
1993-94
44 Erwin Chappel
LCB 5-11 180 Seattle
ODea
1983-86
20 Albert Charlton
HB 5-11 195 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1950-52
24 Rick Chase
WR 6-0 183 Olympia
Olympia
1984-86
42 Ron Cheatham
TB 5-9 185 Harbor City, Calif.
Harbonne
1973-74

Edward Cheeley
LH
DeBeque, Colo.
1908

Philip Cherry
C
Astoria, Ore.
1907-09
4 Stephen Chester
E 6-2 180 Tacoma
Stadium
1928
31 Ron Childs
LB 6-1 210 Kennewick
Kamiaken
1991-94

Henry Chittenden
T
Spokane
1894
68 Bryan Chiu
OG 6-2 281 Vancouver, B.C.
College Prep
1996
65 Lorin Christean
G 6-3 215 Jacksonville, Ore.
Medford
1960-62
51 Gary Christensen
DT 6-2 205 Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1967
80 Jeff Christensen
WR 5-10 181 Spokane
Mead
1985
Lincoln
1942, 47
14 Lawrence Tag Christensen RT 5-10 194 Tacoma
13 Ted Christofferson
HB 6-2 195 Honolulu
Punahou
1933-35
43 Dennis Clancy
SS 6-1 190 Tacoma
Bellarmine
1972-74
2 Asa V. Ace Clark
T 5-11 174 Albion
1911, 1914-15
52 John Clark
C 6-1 195 Wallowa, Ore.
Wallowa
1955

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
30/27Tracy Clark
CB 5-11 187 Pittsburg, Calif.
Pittsburg
63 Philip Claymore
LG 6-0 190 Marysville
Marysville
8 Desmond Clayton
WR 5-10 160 Sacramento, Calif.
Grant
24 Jason Clayton
RB 5-10 189 Las Vegas, Nev.
Chaparral
97 Justin Clayton
DL 6-4 268 Napa, Calif.
Justin-Siena

John Clemens
LE
Hay
67 Rob Cleveland
DT 6-4 250 Bakersfield, Calif.
West Bakersfield
42 Cyrus Coen
LB 6-0 215 Pearl City, Hawaii
Pearl City
50 Adam Coerper
DL 6-5 256 Hood River, Ore.
Hood River Valley
89 Gail Cogdill
E 6-2 185 Spokane
Lewis and Clark
20 Stanley Colburn
F 6-0 195 Spokane
North Central
39 Eddy Coleman
H 5-9 168 Seattle
Lincoln
27 Erik Coleman
DB 5-10 193 Spokane
Lewis and Clark
75 Robert Colleran
T 6-0 230 Prosser
Prosser
10 Benton Collins
G 6-0 194 Abilene,Texas
41 Jed Collins
TE 6-2 251 San Juan Capistrano, Calif. Mission Viejo
95 Ken Collins
DT 6-3 230 Cashmere
Cashmere
25 Milford Collins
G 6-0 190 Hoquiam

Oscar Collins
25 Ron Collins
SS 5-10 184 Cashmere
Cashmere
35 Tom Collins
LG 6-0 195 Abilene, Texas
Abilene
27 Harold Companion
G
185 Everett
44 Wes Concepcion
P 6-0 185 Kent, Wash.
Kentridge
62 Gerald Conine
G 5-11 200 Fife
Fife
H 5-9 175 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
30 Timothy Connors
78 Gerald Cook II
OL 6-6 273 Honolulu, Hawaii
Campbell
23 Harold Cook
HB
160 Bremerton
Bremerton
76 Ivan Cook
DE 6-3 243 Roseville, Calif.
Roseville
99 Stephen Cook
DT 6-3 285 Kirkland
Juanita
SS 6-0 181 Los Angeles, Calif.
Locke
41 Tony Cook
30 William Cook
E 6-3 215 Pendleton, Ore.
Pendleton

Dolph Coolidge
Colfax

Alvin R.Coon
Lewiston, Ida.
Normal
96 Xavier Cooper
DL 6-4 299 Tacoma
Wilson
H 5-8 170 Seattle
Highline
26 Clarence Coplin
62 Richard Copple
G 6-2 202 Medford, Ore.
Medford

Leo Coulter
HB
Olympia
87 Alan Cox
P 6-2 190 Manti, Utah
Manti
84 River Cracraft
WR 6-0 198 Trabuco Canyon, Calif. Santa Margarita
DT 6-3 225 Wheeling, Ill.
Wheeling
71 Greg Craighead
92 Joel Crawford
DL 6-0 230 Everett
Cascade
82 Dave Crema
DE 6-3 202 Los Gatos, Calif.
Los Gatos
60 Joe Criscione
OL 6-3 285 Whittier, Calif.
LaSerna
70 Steve Cromer
OG 6-4 285 Lewiston, Idaho
Lewiston
G 5-9 205 Richland
Richland
60 Pat Crook
40 Marvin S. Cross
F 5-10 200 Edmonds
Edmonds
40 Robert Crow
CB 5-8 168 Long Beach, Calif.
Harbor JC
24 Lanche Crowe
C
190 Pullman
Pullman

William Cumming
Pullman
FS 5-11 166 Seaside, Calif.
Monterey Peninsula
5 Rufus Cunningham
56 Dave Currie
Q 5-8 173 Willoughby
Ohio
15 Forrest Curry
E 6-0 177 Spokane
North Central
TE 6-4 250 Janesville, Wis.
Janesville Craig
84 Chad Cushing
90 Tom Cushing
SLB 6-1 216 Richland
Columbia

2011-14
1946-48
1989-90
1995-98
2010-11
1894-97
1984-86
2011-14
2011
1957-59
1931-32
1948
2000-03
1960-61
1937-38
2004-07
1978-81
1939-40
1904-05
1983-85
1946
1931
2013
1960
1960
2000
1922
1985-88
2001-04
1974
1963-64
1902
1901
2012-14
1955
1959-60
1910-13
2000-01
2013-14
1971-73
2003
1968-69
1998-99
1987-90
1959-61
1948-49
1974
1924-25
1898
1973-75
1939
1926-28
1990-91
1984

D
4 Omawale (Wale) Dada CB 5-11 198 Chicago, Ill.
Sandburg
2003-05
28 Eric Dahl
S 6-0 193 Redwood City
Sequoia
1969
56 Joe Dahl
OL 6-4 290 Spokane
University
2013-14
10 Mentor Dahlen
Q 5-10 173 Spokane
Lewis & Clark
1930-33
29 Tyrone Daisy
CB 5-11 175 Seattle
Garfield
1970-72
79 Brian Danaher
OL 6-3 284 Colfax
Colfax
2008-09
3 Joe Danelo
K 5-9 167 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1972-74
79 Joe Daniels
DE 6-3 240 Aberdeen
Aberdeen
1972-74
45 Jordan Dascalo
P 6-1 180 Woodland Hills, Calif. Taft
2014
1 Devard Darling
WR 6-3 206 Houston, Texas
Sugerland
2002-03
33 James Darling
LB 6-1 240 Kettle Falls
Kettle Falls
1993-96
28 Feddie Davey
S 5-10 190 Miami, Fla.
Miama Norland
2012
16 Tim Davey
P 6-0 178 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1978-81
29 Jason David
DB 5-8 165 Covina, Calif.
Charter Oak
2000-03
80 Adam Davis
WR 6-0 169 Aurora, Colo.
Hinkley
1998, 2000
16 Albert Davis
LG
184 Clarkston
Clarkston
1921-22
1 C. J. Davis
WR 5-11 184 Tacoma
Curtis
1988-89, 91-92
12 Chad Davis
QB 6-2 200 San Diego, Calif.
Mira Mesa
1994-95
12 Ira Davis
LB 6-0 207 Seattle
Garfield
2000-02
41 Johnny Davis
WR 5-10 175 Wichita Falls, Texas. Washington
1967-70

118

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

29
42
9
6

80
21
40
15
2
21
45
66
65
55
31
51
1
60
6

44
53
86
36
33
60
8
22
49
70
86
3
8
32
15
82
23
2
12
2
18
46
35
69
11
74

36
34
86
16
97
46
9
71
77
61
26
61
26
1
1
88
27
64
49
10
61
1
66
53
12
75
6
68
21

Nate Davis
RB 5-11 175
Scott Davis
LB 5-11 230
T. Myron (Mike) Davis H 5-11 175
Markus Dawes
CD 6-0 197
Otto Deaner
T
Justin DeBeaumont TE 6-5 237
Sean DeCambra
WR 5-10 180
Nile DeCuire
SS 6-2 188
Shawn Deeds
QB 6-5 245
Chad DeGrenier
QB 6-1 202
Shane DeLaCruz
WR 5-8 171
Vince DeMakas
RB 5-9 231
William (Wally) Dempsey G 6-0 205
Alex Den Bleyker
LS 5-10 244
Troy Dennison
LB 6-1 223
Don Denman
RB 5-10 184
Will Derting
LB 6-0 233
Mike DeSanto
PK 5-8 155
Jon DesPois
C 6-3 221
Ken Devine
C 6-3 190
Wallace DeWitt
FB
Chad Dezellem
LB 6-1 212
Rob Dezellum
OG 6-4 240
Donald F. Dickey
E 6-3 200
Kevin Dickhaut
RB 5-11 218
Chuck Diedrick
PK 5-8 165
Arnold (Gill) Diethelm G 5-10 215
Carl Dietz
FB
178
John Diggs
CB 5-10 188
Steve Dildine
LB 6-1 240
Mitch Dillard
C 6-4 228
Charles Dillon
WR 6-0 191
Derrick Dillon
LB 6-2 215
Eugene Dils
C
180
Chris Dixon
RB 6-1 226
Basil Doane
FB 5-11 159
Dennis Dobberpuhl NG 6-2 227
D. J. Dobbins
DB 6-0 168
Clarence Docka
G 5-11 182
Jim Dodd
K 6-1 190
John Dodds
CB 5-11 185
Max Dodge
LE 6-3 214
Stanley Doepke
RG 5-10 189
Mike Doerfler
FB 6-2 202
Dana Dogterom
LB 6-2 215
Dan Doornink
FB 6-3 209
Robert Doornink
T 6-2 215
William Doty
Isaac Dotson
S 6-1 212
Rodger Dougherty
FB 5-11 190
DeAndre Douglas
WR 6-1 195
Oran Dover
E 5-10 167
Tim Downing
DT 6-5 259
Shane Doyle
DE 6-3 271
Mel Dressel
T 6-1 188
John Dreyer
DT 6-2 247
Mike Dreyer
OG 6-3 267
Bob Drinkwalter
OG 6-2 235
Tyrone Duckett
DB 5-11 202
Josh Duin
OL 6-4 306
Jeff Dullum
SS 5-10 188
Jay Dumas
WR 6-2 170
Earl Dunlap
C
183
Aaron Dunn
TE 6-5 248
Alvin Dunn
FS 6-0 196
Bill Dunn
G 5-11 180
Kendrick Dunn
LB 5-11 218
Drew Dunning
K 5-11 170
Josh Dunning
OG 6-3 296
Ford Dunton
RT
180
Roger Duprel
G 5-10 220
Rod Durand
OT 6-6 287
Art Bull Durham
QB 5-8 164
Terry Durst
DT 6-3 229
Ernest Durrwachter
G
185
Chris Dyko
OT 6-6 271
George Dyson
T 6-2 220

Compton, Calif.
Compton
Kennewick
Kamiakin
Walla Walla
Walla Walla
Bradenton, Fla.
Bayshore
Sheldon, Ill.
Moses Lake
Moses Lake
Kailua, Hawaii
Kailua
Seattle
Everett
Poulsbo
North Kitsap
Santee, Calif.
Christian High
Seattle
Evergreen
Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
Reseda, Calif.
Glendale CC
Fremont, Calif.
Moreay Catholic
Missoula, Mont.
Sentinel
Tacoma
Clover Park
Okanogan
Okanogan
Seattle
Jefferson
Bakersville, Calif.
Foothills
Redwood City
Spokane
Spokane
Brewster
Brewster
Brewster
Brewster
Sedro-Wooley
Sedro-Wooley
Kennewick
Pasco
Spokane
Spokane Falls CC
Bronxville, N.Y.
Bronxville
Bremerton
Pacoima, Calif.
Kennedy
Graham
Bethel
Renton
Lindbergh
Oxnard, Calif.
Hueneme
Puyallup
Rogers
Seattle
Bellevue
Newport
Spokane
Beatrice, Neb.
Whittier, Calif.
Rio Hondo
Spanaway
Foss
Everett
Seattle
Roosevelt
Bremerton
Bremerton
Fall City
Waverly
Missoula, Mont.
Sentinel
Bozeman, Mont.
Bozeman
Wapato
Wapato
Wapato
Wapato
Latah
Bellevue, Wash.
Newport
Portland, Ore.
Jefferson
San Diego, Calif.
University City
Spokane
Lewis & Clark
Durham, Calif.
Durham
Spokane
Shadle Park
Lindsay, Calif.
Coeur dAlene, Idaho Coeur dAlene
Coeur dAlene, Idaho Coeur dAlene
Billings, Mont.
Billings
Alameda, Calif.
Encinal
Covington
Kentlake
Port Orchard
South Kitsap
Tacoma
Curtis
Dayton
Dayton
Spokane, Wash.
Mead
Bryan, Texas
Bryan
Everett
Everett
Hearne, Texas
Hearne
Issaquah
Liberty
Graham
Eatonville
Spokane
North Central
Auburn
Auburn
Spokane
Central Valley
Spokane
Lewis-Clark
Bremerton
West
Cle Elum
Spokane
University
San Francisco, Calif. Galileo

1983
2003-06
1930-32
2006, 2008
1909
1990
1998-99
1970-71
1993, 95
1993
1991-93
1998
1963-64
2012-14
1989-90
1982
2002-05
1979-80
1973-76
1937-39
1909
1987-88
1982
1950
1996
1975-76
1950-52
1912-15
1988-90
2003-06
1986
2006-07
2000-01
1925-27
1997
1915-17
1974-75
1997-98
1928-29
1971-72
1976
1942
1940-41
1976
1971
1974-77
1946-47, 49
1895-96
2013
1934-36
1999-01
1932-34
1986-89
1995-97
1926-28
1980, 82-83
1984-85
1973
2011
2003-06
1983
1993-95
1920-21
2011
1989-90
1946-48
2007-08
2000-03
1990-93
1920-22
1957, 59-60
1987
1914-16
1968-70
1921-22
1986-88
1941-42, 46

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
E

John Early
G
Northport
1900-03
11 Henry Eaddy
WR 5-8 158 Orlando, Fla.
Olympia
2011
61 Tracy Easter
OL 6-1 295 Northport
Colville
2001
90 Chad Eaton
DT 6-5 272 Puyallup
Rogers
1992-94
66 William E. Ebel
T 6-0 230 Reseda, Calif.
Reseda
1964
13 Charles Eckert
G/F 5-8 170 Ellensburg
Ellensburg
1948
86 Joseph Edington
E 6-4 220 Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1966
12 Glen Edwards
T
235 Clarkston
Clarkston
1929-31
74 Zach Edwards
OG 6-3 291 San Jose, Calif.
Leland
1994
39 Dean Eggers
Q 6-1 182 Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1946
77 Matt Eichelberger
DT 6-3 305 Bellingham
Sehome
2005-08
33 Laurence D. Eilmes
FB 6-0 205 Spokane
Rogers
1963-65
63 Gunnar Eklund
OL 6-7 300 Lake Stevens, Wash. Lake Stevens
2012-14
74 Garner Ekstran
T 5-11 210 Bow
Burlington
1958-60
90 Daniel Ekuale
DL 6-3 281 Pago Pago, Am. Samoa Nuuuli Technical
2014
30 Marc Eldridge
SB 6-2 190 San Marcos
San Marcos
1969
67 Blain Eliot
T 6-2 235 Olympia
Olympia
1961-63
73 Matt Elisara
DT 6-3 250 Pago Pago, Am. Samoa Leon
1979-81
37 Sonny Elkinton
OLB 6-3 200 Vancouver
Columbia River
1981, 83
31 Donald Ellersick
H 6-1 185 Newport
Newport
1957-59
27 Bruce Ellingsen
Q 6-1 180 Spokane
Rogers
1959-60
6 Carl (Tuffy) Ellingsen HB 5-11 178 Yakima
Yakima
1929-30
87 Donald Ellingsen
E 5-10 159 Spokane
Rogers
1956-58
C 6-3 230 La Harba, Calif.
LaHabra
1965-67
52 Gregory Elliott

Jim Elton
T
The Dalles, Ore.
1899-1901
67 Eugene Emerson
C 6-2 226 San Jose, Calif.
Mitty
1978-80
36 Dick Emerson
H 5-8 166 Portland
Washington
1937-39
44 Grady Emmerson
LB 6-0 200 Kennewick
Kennewick
1996-99
OLB 5-11 210 Snohomish
Snohomish
1979-82
34 Ken Emmil
50 Brady Emmons
LB 5-10 205 Everson
Lake Washington
2006-07
59 Peter Emsky
OT 6-4 264 Edmonton, Alb.
Lazerte
1983, 85
29 Tali Ena
FB 6-0 192 San Francisco, Calif. South San Francisco 1976-79
80 Bob Engel
TE 6-3 206 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1971-73
E 6-2 185 Glendive, Mont.
Dawson County
1952
87 Charles England
Wesley Moose Englehorn T
Spokane
Spokane
1909

55 Don Engler
NG 5-11 208 Phoenix, Ariz.
West
1968-69
34 Joseph Englmann
G 5-11 196 Chicago, Ill.
Lane Technical
1938-40
4 James Engstrom
K 6-1 175 Arlington, Tex.
Arlington
1965-67
LS 6-1 264 Sammamish
Skyline
2007-10
63 Zach Enyeart
67 Joe Eppele
OL 6-8 306 Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver College 2007-09
31 Oscar Erickson
Q 5-7 150 Hoquiam
1931-32
50 Tom Erlandson
C 6-2 205 Bellingham
Belllingham
1960-61
87 Paul Escalera
WR 6-2 200 Santa Ana, Calif.
Foothill
1978, 80-81
WR 6-2 190 San Diego, Calif.
Morse
1993
83 Syd Ethridge
14 John Eubank
F 5-11 187 Glendale, Calif.
1931-32
72 Jim Eucker
OT 6-6 286 Spokane
Ferris
1990-92
38 Cory Evans
LB 6-1 235 Boyce, La.
Northwood
2005-08
88 David Evans
DE 6-4 258 Gary, Ind.
Cortez
1995-96
WR 6-0 180 Vallejo, Calif.
Vallejo
1994
80 Shaheed Evans
40 Tom Everson
NG 5-10 190 Bellevue
Interlake
1977-78
33 Robert Ewen
FB 6-0 205 Portland, Ore.
Grant
1968-70
E
175 Colville
1925-27
11 Gerald Exley

F
22 Dan Fackell
H 5-9 170 Hoquiam
Hoquiam
58 Ken Fairhurst
OT 6-4 240 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
52 Dave Fakkema
C 6-3 272 Oak Harbor
Oak Harbor
QB 6-4 208 Logan, Utah
Logan
4 Luke Falk
81 Jack Fanning
E 6-0 175 Spokane
Rogers
DL 6-3 256 Vallejo, Calif.
College of San Mateo
50 Lyman Faoliu
22 Douglas (Doc) Farley LB 6-1 228 Hamilton, Mont.
Hamilton
15 Richard Farman
T 6-0 203 Kent
Kent
T 6-0 235 Kelso
Kelso
63 Richard Farrar
98 Jesse Feagin
DE 6-4 258 Long Beach
Jordan
34 Duke Fergerson
WR 6-1 194 Merced, Calif.
Merced JC
61 Art Feiro
G 5-10 205 Seattle
Pasco

Frank Field
C
Snohomish
26 Gregory Field
S 5-9 165 Kirkland
Lake Washington
29 Mark Fields
LB 6-2 240 Cerritos, Calif.
Washington
41 Jeff Files
CB 6-1 180 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
71 Larry Finan
OG 6-2 235 Paramount, Calif.
Pius X
53 Lee Finck
OG 6-2 230 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
50 William H. Finkbeiner C 5-10 190 Inglewood, Calif.
Lennox
5 Ray Finney
LG
180 Olympia
3 R. M. Fishback
RG 6-2 183 Olympia

1950
1987
1986-88
2014
1956-58
2013-14
2002
1936-38
1957-59
2007-09
1974
1950-52
1897
1966-68
1992,94
1978-81
1975-77
1978-79
1964
1914-15
1915-16



61
78
35
60
80
18
12
96
13
61
64
30
56

84
76
69
27
81
57
89
8
74
80
53

77
4
54
37
84
97
39
67
2
54
81
80
27
77
49

Thomas Fishback
Ford Fisher
Steve Fisher
C 6-4 236
Riley Fitt-Chappell
OL 6-7 316
Dave Fitzgerald
ILB 6-0 220
Charlie Flager
OT 6-4 250
Doug Flansburg
OE 6-2 195
Alfred Flechsig
G 5-10 190
Felix Fletcher
RH 5-11 170
Raleigh Fletcher
WLB 5-11 213
Robert Fletcher
H 6-0 189
Brian Flones
NG 6-1 211
Sam Flor
OL 6-4 306
Russ Fode
MON 6-0 195
T. J. Folkers
LB 6-1 230
John Foran
QB
John M. Forbes
E 6-0 180
Rico Forbes
OL 6-6 300
Brian Ford
DT 6-3 287
Dale Ford
QB 6-3 200
Evan Ford
WR 6-3 178
Brian Forde
MLB 6-3 231
Jim Forrest
TE 6-5 225
Reid Forrest
P 6-1 181
Dennis Forston
DT 6-4 235
Johnny Forzani
WR 6-1 195
George Foster
C 6-2 188
Myron Foster
FB
Wayne F. Foster
T 6-1 225
Scott Foxley
H 5-9 160
Kyle Foye
LB 6-2 241
Eric Frampton
DB 6-0 202
Bill Frank
TE 6-4 233
Chris Frank
DT 6-3 273
James Frankson
F 6-2 208
Tim Freeberg
DE 6-3 255
Michael Freeman
CB 5-10 180
Gregg Friberg
LB 6-2 185
Walter Frierson
DE 6-5 210
Devin Frischknecht
TE 6-3 251
Clarence Fulcher
G 5-11 175
John Fullington
OL 6-5 301
Andrew Furney
K 5-10 210

Adna
Seattle
Seattle
Missoula, Mont.
Sentinel
Anchorage, Alaska Chugiak
Torrance, Calif.
North
Chattaroy
Mead
Palouse
Palouse
Colville
Colville
Everett
Everett
Spokane
Lewis and Clark
Kelso
Sedro Woolley
Burlington-Edison
Seattle, Wash.
ODea
Moses Lake
Moses Lake
Brier
Mountlake Terrace
Seattle
Seattle
Santa Monica, Calif.
Houston, Texas
Navarro JC
Sacramento, Calif.
Rio Linda
Olympia
North Thurston
Danville, Calif.
Monte Vista
Montreal, Quebec
Father McDonald
Ephrata
Ephrata
Ephrata
Ephrata
Chicago, Ill.
Olympic JC
Calgary, Alberta
Dr. E.P. Scarlett
Seattle
Ballard
Wenatchee
Wenatchee
Port Orchard
S. Kitsap
Pasco
Pasco
Yakima
West Valley
San Jose, Calif.
Oak Grove
Chehelis
Adna
Junction City, Ore.
Willamette
Yakima
Sweetwater (Calif.)
Bothell
Bothell
Chino Hills, Calif.
Damien
Tacoma
Stadium
Stockton, Calif.
Edison
Ephraim, Utah
Manti
Richland
Columbia
Belfair, Wash.
North Mason
Burlington, Wash.
Burlington-Edison

G
Dee Gaddis
QB
Pullman


Earl Galbraith
Spokane
Spokane
24 Art Galloway
S 6-0 180 Issaquah
Issaquah
16 Earley (Sonny) Galloway
6-0 190 Exeter, Calif.
Exeter
63 Mike Galovich
DL 6-2 230 Casper, Wyo.
Natrona
5 Ricky Galvin
WR 5-8 178 Berkley, Calif.
Berkeley
10 Bob Gambold
QB 6-3 195 Longview
R.A. Long

Lester Gammon
RH
43 Phil Garabedian
OLB 6-1 207 Anaheim, Calif.
Fullerton JC
9 Aaron Garcia
QB 6-0 195 Sacramento, Calif.
Grant
73 Kenneth J. Gardner
T 5-11 190 Richland
Columbia
65 Philip Gardner
G 5-10 180 Seattle
Seattle Prep
74 Bob Garman
OG 6-4 296 Bremerton
Olympic
19 Fred Garrett
G
196 Kennewick
56 Joshua Garrett
LB 6-3 216 Tacoma
Curtis
20 William T. Gaskins Jr. HB 5-9 175 Spokane
Lewis and Clark
95 Ioane Gauta
NT 6-3 285 Anaheim, Calif.
Fullerton JC
3 Curtis Geathers
CB 5-10 174 Olympia
Timberline
WR 6-0 198 Puyallup
Rogers
86 Brandon Gibson
58 Joe Gecas
LB 6-0 216 Pullman
Pullman
41 Aaron Gehring
TE 6-5 250 Castle Rock
Castle Rock
64 Gery Gehrmann
LB 6-2 210 Tacoma
Franklin Pierce
48 Al Genatone
LB 6-0 226 Kennewick
Kamiakin
45 Dale Gentry
RE 6-3 208 Walla Walla
Walla Walla
42 Bob George
F 5-8 176 Freewater, Ore.
McLaughlin
18 Dominic J. George
H 5-7 172 Stockton, Calif.

Harry George
Pullman
52 William Geppert
T 6-0 195 Tacoma
Lincoln
22 Ted Gerela
HB 5-10 200 Powell River, B.C.
Gonzaga
17 Jason Gesser
QB 6-1 200 Honolulu, Hawaii
St. Louis
84 Don Gest
E 6-4 200 Spokane
Rogers

1908-11
1895
1974
2002-05
1982-85
1981, 83
1965-67
1927-29
1939-41
1977-78
1936
1978-80
2014
1977
1990-93
1908-10
1964
2013
1992-93
1962-63
1994
1985-87
1970-72
2007-10
1969-70
2009
1961
1912-13
1963-65
1950
1990-92
2003-06
1987
1991-92
1956
2006
2000-01
1950-52
1965-66
2007-08
1952
2010-13
2010-13

1911-13
1908-10
1976
1949-51
1977
2011-14
1948-50
1896
1987, 89
1989-90
1955
1951-53
1989-92
1930
2009
1963-65
2012-13
1990-92
2005
1998-99
2009-10
1962
2000-02
1938, 40-41
1946-47
1934
1920
1949-51
1965-66
1999-02
1956

119

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
3
4

67
14
4
32


1
98
25
76
71
20
7
89
34
35

38
28
67
47
64

17
32

73
79

85
43
64
12
12
33
44
96
59
44
18
18
96
65
82
50
17
83
30
37
71
28
43
67
10
6
61
29
5

32
62
50
72
70
62
67
64
4
37

120

LeJuan Gibbons
DB 5-9 175
Brandon Gibson
WR 6-1 200
Weldon B. Hoot Gibson C 6-2 177
Jim Giesa
OG 6-2 230
Karl Giguiere
G 6-1 195
David Gillbertson
QB 6-1 204
Devin Giles
CB 6-0 169
Clyde Gill
E
Lloyd Gillis
FB
DeJuan Gilmore
RB 5-8 204
Terry Gilmore
LB 6-3 207
Harold Gillum
RB 5-9 181
Michael J. Gimbol
G 6-3 215
Larry Gilpin
T 6-1 215
Rodney Giske
LG 5-8 185
John Glann
QB
150
Roger Glazebrook
E 6-3 210
Steve Gleason
LB 5-11 215
Beau Glover
S 5-9 174
Fred Glover
Phillip Glover
LB 6-1 210
Edwin Goddard
Q 5-10 180
Herb Godfrey
LE 6-0 184
John Godfrey
G 5-11 185
Matt Goetz
OL 6-5 270
Art Goff
RG
Albert (Red) Golden QB 6-0 190
Brandon Golden
DB 5-11 194
Harry Goldsworthy
RE
David Golinsky
QT 6-3 225
David Gonzales
LT 6-6 286
Charles Goodsell
QB
Craig Goodwin
E 6-1 190
William Goodwin
T 6-2 190
James Gorton
LB 6-0 210
Brad Gossen
QB 6-1 213
Jack A. Graham
C 5-10 190
Kenneth J. Graham HB 6-0 195
John Grahek
E 6-0 186
Mike Graise
DE 6-3 222
Steve Grambling
OG 6-2 271
Ken Grandberry
TB 6-1 200
Steve Grant
QB 6-1 206
Nico Grasu
K 6-1 235
Randy Gray
DE 6-5 273
Ted Gray
G 6-1 195
Tyrone Gray
WR 6-2 200
Dan Grayson
LB 6-3 239
Don Greeley
QB 5-11 170
Calvin Green
WR 5-10 170
Jermaine Green
RB 5-11 220
Ken Greene
CB 6-2 188
Ronald I. Green
G 5-11 240
Bob Gregor
FS 6-2 183
Bob Gregory
SS 6-0 173
James L. Greig
T 5-11 225
Hank Grenda
QB 6-2 205
Bill Gribble
CB 5-9 167
Larry C. Griffith
LB 6-0 210
Ronald Griffith
FB
1
60
Calvin Griggs
WR 5-10 178
Forest Grimes
Robert Grimstead
T 6-3 212
J. Burl Grinols
G 6-0 204
Charles Grutzmacher C 5-11 215
B.J. Guerra
OL 6-3 321
James Guinn
ST 6-2 240
Jim Gulledge
OG 6-0 252
Tom Gunnari
T 6-1 220
Everett Gust
G 5-11 175
Carl Gustafson
F 6-1 170
Bill Gustafson
RT 6-1 205

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Jordan
1996-99
Puyallup
Rogers
2005-08
Eldorado
Tex.
1937
Coeur dAlene
IHM
1969-71
Woodland, Calif.
1938-40
Woodenville, Wash. Redmond
2012
Tampa, Fla.
Jefferson
2007-08
Pullman
1901-04
Ritzville
1917-20
Gardena, Calif.
Gardena
1996-98
Seattle
Shorecrest
1976
Cerritos, Calif.
Gahr
1975-77, 79
Portland
Franklin
1964
Richland
Richland
1962-63
Tacoma
1941-42, 45
Wenatchee
1923-25
Los Angeles
Eagle Rock
1955
Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1996-99
Gig Harbor, Wash.
Gig Harbor
2013-14
Pullman
1917
Las Vegas, Nev.
Clark
1994-95
Escondido, Calif.
Escondido
1934-36
Tacoma
1939-41
Tacoma
Lincoln
1942, 46-47
Cibolo, Texas
Navarro JC
2011-13
Colfax
1912
Walla Walla
St. Patricks
1952-53
Covina, Calif.
Charter Oak
2011
Rosalia
Oakesdale
1903-07
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver College 1966-68
Fresno, Calif.
Fresno CC
2010-11
Spokane
Spokane
1897-1900
Sumner
Sumner
1965-66
Tacoma
1930
Ventura, Calif.
Granada Hills
1967-68
Westlake Village, Calif. Westlake
1987-90
Spokane
North Central
1926-28
Santa Monica, Calif. Santa Monica
1961-63
Ely, Minn.
1934-35
Inglewood, Calif.
Inglewood
2005-07
Kennewick
Kennewick
1987
Waco, Texas.
Laughbon
1971-73
Dublin, Calif.
Chabot College
1977, 79
Encino, Calif.
Moorpark CC
2008-10
Danville, Calif.
Monte Vista
1987-89
Seattle
Franklin
1955-57
New York, NY.
1978
Woodland
Woodland
1988-89
Okanogan
1938-40
Sacramento, Calif.
Luther Burbank
2014
Daytona Beach, Fla. Spruce Creek
2002
Omak
Omak
1974-77
Monrovia, Calif.
Monrovia
1958-60
Danville, Calif.
Monte Vista
1977-79
Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1984-86
Yakima
Davis
1958-60
Burnaby, B.C.
Central
1966-68
Federal Way
Federal Way
1980-81
Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1964-66
Vancouver
1925
Rome, N.Y.
Rome Academy
1989-90
Pullman
1903
Tacoma
1935-37
Kelseyville, Calif.
El Cerrito
1954-56
San Jacinto, Calif.
San Jacinto
1962-63
Moses Lake, Wash. Moses Lake
2008-11
Seattle
Ballard
1965, 67-68
Richmond, Calif.
Conta Costa JC
1970-71
Kelso
Kelso
1953-55
Tacoma
Stadium
1953, 55-56
Ellensburg
Ellensburg
1925-27
Tacoma
Stadium
1941-42

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

H
81 Leaford Hackett
WR 5-9 174 Sylmar, Calif.
Poly Tech
1998-99
39 Harold Haddock
E 5-10 180 Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1960-61
31 James Hagerty
H 6-0 180 Pasadena, Calif.
Alhambra
1953-55
5 Marvin Hales
HB
198 Waitsburg
1923-24
43 Brian Hall
LB 6-3 245 Walla Walla
DeSales
2003-06
92 Ray Hall
DT 6-4 267 Seattle
ODea
1991-93
12 Connor Halliday
QB 6-4 201 Spokane, Wash.
Ferris
2012-14

Joe Bunch Halm
G-K
Prosser
1905-08
37 Suli Hameed
S 5-10 182 Oakland, Calif.
Alameda
2014
17 Arthur Hamilton
LT
185 Chehalis
Chehalis
1921

Boyd Hamilton
Colfax
1896-99
16 Darryl Hamilton
FS 6-4 210 Compton, Calif.
Paramount
1991-92
1 Fred Hamilton
RG
Pullman
1916-17, 20
35 Steve Hamilton
FB 5-11 205 Portland
Douglas
1971-72
44 Alex Hamill
LB 6-0 225 Coer dAlene, Idaho Lake City
2006
96 Casey Hamlett
DE 6-3 250 Edmonds
W. Washington
2009-10
54 Jim Hampton
C 6-0 220 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1969

Harold Hanley
RE
170 Spokane
North Central
1920

LeRoy Roy Hanley LE 5-9 165 Spokane
North Central
1916-17
11 R. E. Dick Hanley
HB
Spokane
North Central
1915-17, 20
76 Micah Hannam
OL 6-4 283 Gig Harbor
Peninsula
2007-10
21 McKenzie Hansell
WR 6-0 190 Hermiston, Ore.
Hermiston
2003
74 Luke Hansell
DL 6-2 244 Hermiston, Ore.
Hermiston
2008
ST 6-2 235 Athena, Ore.
C.E. Duncan
1967-69
76 Tyler Hansell
13 Ernest Hansen
G 5-11 192 Bellingham
1927-29
73 Gordon Hansen
T 6-5 235 Tacoma
Lincoln
1948-49
23 Harold Hansen
T
190 Tacoma
1924-26
22 Joe Hansen
C
175 Tacoma
1930-31
E 5-11 185 Tacoma
1928-30
39 Sam Hansen
4 Jason Hanson
KS/P 6-0 179 Spokane
Mead
1988-91

Thomas Hardwick
Pullman
1894

George Hardy
RH
Waitsburg
1903-05, 07
53 Robert Hardy
C 6-0 200 Seattle
ODay
1950-52
H 5-10 170 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1956
37 Ronald Hare
41 Don Harney
C 5-10 175 Seattle
Cleveland
1946
85 Bill Harper
SE 5-11 175 Redmond
1979
1 Glenn Harper
P 6-1 165 Edmonton, Alb.
St. Francis Xavier
1982-85
39 Perry Harper
HB 5-10 160 McKeesport, Pa.
McKeesport
1979
FLK 5-9 160 Griffin, Ga.
1978
3 Ken Harps
94 Brad Harrington
OLB 6-0 214 Bellevue
Interlake
1982
55 Charles Harris
OL 6-6 320 Spokane
Mead
2003-06
82 Charlie Harris
TE 6-0 204 Bakersfield, Calif.
Jerry Collins
1969-70
50 David Harris
C 6-0 215 Corvallis, Ore.
Corvallis
1966-68
E 6-1 177 Enumclaw
1940
28 Elmer Wayne Harris
76 Hayward Spud Harris DT 6-4 273 Tacoma
Lakes
1976-78
10 Richard Harris
H 5-11 164 San Pedro, Calif.
San Pedro
1956
43 Tim Harris
RB 5-9 193 Compton, Calif.
Compton
1979-82
52 Dave Harrison
C 6-3 231 Gig Harbor
Gig Harbor
1982

Harold E. Hal Harrison E 6-3 181 Monroe
1935-37
1 Jerome Harrison
RB 5-10 199 Kalamazoo, Mich.
Central
2004-05
62 Lee Harrison
OL 6-2 273 Bend, Ore.
Bend
1996-97

George Short Harter G
Wenatchee
1910-13

Joe Wide Harter
C
Albion
Guy
1910-13

David Hartsuck
RG
Olympia
1906-07
88 Trandon Harvey
WR 5-11 195 National City, Calif. Sweetwater
2001, 03-04
3 Will Haskell
RB 5-11 200 Staten Island, N.Y.
Curtis
1993
41 James Hasty
CB 6-0 195 Seattle
Franklin
1986-87
28 Steve Haub
FS 6-1 188 Seal Beach, Calif.
St. Anthony
1982-83, 85
85 Dwight Hawkes
E 6-1 190 Seattle
Queen Anne
1956
37 Adam Hawkins
RB 5-10 210 Pendleton, Ore.
Pendleton
1997-00
41 Blair Hawkins
RB 5-6 172 Pendleton, Ore.
Pendleton
2004
42 Ron Hawkins
FS 6-0 194 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1989-90
22 Harold Hawley
E 6-0 189 Spokane
Lewis & Clark
1933-34
10 Chuck Hawthorne
CB 5-10 175 Campbell, Calif.
Campbell
1969-71
42 Henry Hayduk
G 5-11 184 Chicago, Ill.
Lane Technical
1932-34
20 Charles Hayes
OHB 5-7 170 Laurence Harbor, N.J. Madison Township
1967
22 Chris Hayes
LB 6-0 213 San Bernadino, Calif. San Gorgonio
1992-95
27 Terrance Hayward
CB 6-1 190 Carson, Calif.
Culver City
2009-10
52 Jim Head
FB 6-1 200 Bosse H.S. Evansville Ind.
1951
25 Tony Heath
CB 6-1 192 Los Angeles, Calif.
Bell
1974-75
36 Mark Hedeen
DE 6-6 264 Rohnert Park, Calif. Rancho Cotate
1998-99
80 Thomas J. Hedemark E 6-2 205 Spokane
North Central
1963-64
83 Rick Hedlund
TE 6-0 241 Kent
Kent-Meridian
1979-80
46 Gavin Hedrick
P 6-3 190 Costa Mesa, Calif.
Newport
1974-77

Hans Heg
Seattle
Broadway
1913-14
5 Homer Hein
E 6-2 190 Burlington
1931

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
14
8

62
47
83
20
12
88
3
18
31
42
17

25
41
1
23
58
26
53
47
54
17
76
83
51
59
93
15

65
63
53
23
2
17
81
79
94
17
77
64
1
78
4
66
67
29
49
71
25
19
88
29
19
55
95
76


6
50
61

18
45
16
6
8
78
88
57
73
19
20

Lloyd Hein
F 6-0 180 Burlington
1927
Melvin Hein
C 6-0 175 Burlington
1928-30
Boyce Heitzelman
Roy
Olympia
1910-11
James A. Hellyer
SG 6-4 233 Vancouver
Hudsons Bay
1967-69
Joe Hemel
E 6-0 200 Seattle
Lincoln
1940-41, 46
Collin Henderson
WR 6-1 185 Puyallup
Puyallup
1999-02
Derek Henderson
DB 6-0 198 Tacoma
Foss
1993-96
Jerry Henderson
QB 6-0 190 Puyalllup
Puyallup
1966-68
Pat Henderson
WR 6-0 188 Puyallup
Puyallup
2000
Terrell Henderson
DB 5-11 178 San Francisco, Calif. Riordan
1994-96
Jack Hendrickson
F 5-11 190 Yakima
Granger
1951
Parker Henry
LB 5-11 205 Vancouver, Wash.
Skyview
2013-14
Derrick Hentz
DE 6-2 194 East Palo Alto, Calif. Carlmont
1992
Walter Fat Herreid RT 5-10 185 Bangor
Lincoln of Seattle
1915-17
Dwight Herrold
1932-34
Gerry Herron
SB 6-1 186 Kelowna, B.C.
Kelowna
1967-69
Max Hersey
LB 6-3 235 Tacoma, Wash.
Curtis
2012-13
Vernard Hickey
H
175 Everett
Everett
1921-23
Kevin Hicks
RB 5-9 185 Los Angeles, Calif.
Crenshaw
1993-94
Mark Hicks
OLB 6-1 205 Oakland, Calif.
Skyline
1977-78
Xavier Hicks Jr.
S 6-0 219 Fullerton
Fullerton
2006-09
Hallston Higgins
LB 5-11 210 Magnolia, Texas
Mac Arthur
2007-10
Leslie Hildebrand
E
178 Spokane
Lewis & Clark
1935
Bob Hill
OG 6-1 240 Kent
Kentridge
1974-76
George Hill
E 5-10 190 Dayton
Dayton
1928-30
Howard Hill
OG 6-3 228 Lafayette, Ind.
Jefferson
1972
Jason Hill
WR 6-1 209 San Francisco, Calif. Sacred Heart
2003-06
Mike Hill
OG 6-2 244 Santa Clara, Calif.
Wilcox
1971-73
Peter Hill
C 6-1 233 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
2006
Chris Hiller
DE 6-5 245 Vancouver
Fort Vancouver
1986-87
Shad Hinchen
CB 5-9 182 Indio, Calif.
Indio
1995-96
John Hinderman
Pendleton, Ore.
1913
Adam Hineline
DT 6-2 261 Bellevue
Newport
2006, 2008
Vaughan Hitchcock
G 6-0 195 Hayward, Calif.
Hayward
1953-55
Merl H. Hitzel
C 6-2 195 Ione
Ione
1957, 59
Bob Hively
HB 5-10 172 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1965
William Hjertoos
T
188 Tolt
1923-24
Ray Hobbs
F 6-1 205 Sheridan, Wyo.
Sheridan
1950-51
Gus Hobus
TE 6-4 215 San Pedro, Calif.
Mary Star of the Sea 1977-78
1982-84
Milford Hodge
NG 6-3 262 South San Francisco, Calif. S. San Francisco
Steven Hoffart
DL 6-4 274 Davis, Calif.
Butte College
2010-12
Alex Hoffman-Ellis
LB 6-1 231 Los Angeles, Calif.
Moorpark College
2009-11
Fred Hogg
T 6-3 235 Fullerton, Calif.
Fullerton
1962-63
Melvin Holben
LT 6-3 207 Thornton
1941
Curtis Holden
LB 6-2 232 San Francisco, Calif. McAteer
1999
Robert Holen
T 6-3 247 Seattle
West Seattle
1959-62
Adam Holiday
K 6-3 230 Newbury Park, Calif. Santa Paula
2001
Joey Hollenbeck
OL 6-4 277 Enumclaw
Enumclaw
1998-01
Brian Hollenberg
OL 6-3 277 Kennewick
Kamiakin
2000-01
Torry Holliman
DB 5-10 204 Everett
Cascade
1996-99
Orin E. Hollingbery
C 6-1 188 Pullman
Pullman
1941-42
2004-05
Spencer Hollison
OL 6-6 305 Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. Santa Margarita
Erick Holmback
G 6-1 231 Aberdeen
1938
Artie Holmes
FS 6-0 203 Rialto, Calif.
Eisenhower
1985-88
Bill Holmes
E 6-1 190 River Rouge, Mich. River Rouge
1951-53
Billy Holmes
H 5-11 178 Kent
1940-41
Charles Holmes
H 6-0 183 Marysville
1936-38
Dale Holmes
H 6-0 175 Marysville
1940
Gary Holmes
DT 6-7 318 Lacey
North Thurston
1995-98
Norvell Holmes
OL 6-3 295 Inglewood, Calif.
St. John Bosco 2002, 04-05
R. Cole Holmes
E
Medford, Ore.
1910
Otto Holm
Palouse (Prep)
1902
Damante Horton
CB 5-10 178 Oakland, Calif.
Oakland
2010-11
John Hook
C 6-2 221 Bishop, Calif.
Bishop
1970-71
Delmo Hooks
OG 6-2 250 Los Angeles, Calif.
Palisades
1976
Arthur Hooper
T
Johnson
1896
98, 1900-02
John Hopkins
QB 6-1 188 Downey, Calif.
Pios X
1974-76
Alphonse Hoptowit
G 6-1 193 Wapato
Wapato
1935-37
Daniel Horan
H 6-1 186 Oakland, Calif.
1926-28
Damante Horton
CB 5-10 178 Oakland, Calif.
Oakland
2010-13
Robert Hoskins
HB 5-9 155 Tacoma
Stadium
1952
Jerry Houghton
RT 6-3 220 Zillah
Zillah
1947-49
Anthony Houston
CB 6-3 208 San Diego
Mission Bay
2007, 09
Don Hover
SLB 6-2 220 Issaquah
Issaquah
1973-75, 77
Erik Howard
DT 6-4 268 San Jose, Calif.
Bellarmine Prep
1982-85
Odell Howard
DT 6-4 277 Pomona, Calif.
Pomona
2003-04
George Hubert
T 6-3 202 Glendale, Calif.
1936-38

89
63
28
52
72

24
24
28
38
73
90
55
1

Colin Huemmer
WR 6-3 191 Redmond
Sierra College
Jason Hughes
OL 6-6 289 Richland
Richland
Jermaine Hunsaker DB 5-9 175 Pomona, Calif.
Ganesha
Tyler Hunt
OL 6-3 290 Tacoma
Wilson
Derek Hunter
OL 6-4 288 La Habra, Calif.
Fullerton JC
Fred Jumbo Hunter T
Palouse
Torey Hunter
CB 5-10 176 Tacoma
Curtis
Henry Huovila
G 6-0 217 Grayland
1938
George Hurley
G
195 San Francisco, Calif.
John Hurley
E 6-3 177 San Francisco, Calif.
John Husby
OT 6-4 268 Bellevue
Newport
Mark Husfloen
DE 6-4 240 Tacoma
Clover Park
Bob Huston
E 6-7 225 Tacoma
Derrell Hutsona
RB 5-9 181 Spring Valley, Calif. Grossmont College
Fred Hyde
Almira

I
33 Frank Ingram
C 6-3 190 Yakima
1931-33
77 Jack Inions
T 6-1 215 Yakima
Yakima
43 Mike Isaacson
LB 5-11 210 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
20 Robert Iverson
Q 6-0 170 Puyallup
Puyallup
34 Chris Ivory
RB 6-0 225 Longview, Texas
Longview

2009
1999
1997-98
1999-02
2006
1908-10
1991-94
1929-31
1928-30
1987-88
1973-75
1932
2006
1897-98

1955
2000-01
1953-55
2006-08

J
1 Alfonso Jackson
S 5-9 203 Hearne, Texas
Hearne
2007-08
26 Bernard Jackson
TB 6-0 173 Los Angeles, Calif.
Dorsey
1970-71
81 Chris Jackson
WR 6-2 200 Santa Ana, Calif.
Mater Dei
1996-97
56 Craig Jackson
C 6-3 220 Seattle
Franklin
1972
52 Donnie Jackson
LB 6-1 220 Natchez, Miss.
Natchez
2002-02
DB 6-1 210 Santa Ana, Calif.
Mater Dei
1993-94, 96-97
2 Ray Jackson
66 Steve Jackson
OG 6-2 254 Seattle
Evergreen
1976-78
54 Titus Jackson
OLB 6-1 220 Gardena, Calif.
Riverside CC
1984, 86
52 Virgil Jackson
T
197 Long Beach, Calif.
1930-31
64 Ted Jacobsen
DT 6-4 245 Graham
Bethel
1980, 83
OL 6-6 300 Hollister, Calif.
Gavilan College
2010, 12
55 Wade Jacobson
88 John Jacques
TE 6-3 200 Redwood City, Calif. San Carlos
1982
12 Lawrence Jakey
QB
165 Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1925
78 Landelin W. James
T 6-0 230 LaConner
LaConner
1949-51
88 Michel James
WR 6-0 188 Tacoma
Lakes
1983-86
HB 6-0 195 Coeur dAlene, Idaho Spokane Central Valley 1962-63
83 Robert James
60 Virgil James
OG 6-3 220 Pasadena, Calif.
Blair
1978

Steven Jayne
LH
Davenport
1900-01
20 Love Jefferson
TE 6-3 261 Garden Grove, Calif. Bolsa Grande
1996-98
10 Eldon Jenne
RH 164
Coupeville
Mt. Vernon
1921

Paul Jenne
Coupeville
1927
23 Everette (Ev) Jensen G 6-0 175 Tacoma
Lincoln
1929
70 James Jensen
T 6-4 208 Tacoma
Stadium
1960-61
18 Todd Jensen
FS 5-11 178 Salem, Ore.
Sprague
1992-94
62 Melvin Johansen
C 5-11 175 Enumclaw
1935
40 Aaron Johnson
DT 6-7 317 Fairfield, Calif.
Armijo
2004-07
65 Alex Johnson
LS 6-0 230 Yakima
Eisenhower
2001
80 Brett Johnson
WR 6-0 196 Sun City, Calif.
Hemet
2003
43 Delton Johnson
RB 5-7 179 Bellevue
Interlake
1992-93
24 DeWayne Johnson
T
190 St. Maries
Idaho
1930
25 Easton Johnson
WR 5-11 202 Renton
Hazen
2008-09
37 Eric Johnson
FS 6-0 185 Moses Lake
Moses Lake
1971-73
6 Girmar Johnson
DB 6-2 184 Castaic, Calif.
Sylmar
1993
24 Glenn Johnson
E
160 Spokane
North Central
1923
40 Greg Johnson
WR-P 6-0 188 Pasadena, Calif.
Pasadena CC
1972-73
85 Mike Johnson
DE 6-4 215 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1970-72
89 Sandy Johnson
TE 6-2 205 Ephrata
Ephrata
1975
32 Stanford Johnson
T 6-1 210 Enumclaw
1938-40
75 Steve Johnson
OT 6-6 260 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1976, 78-80
58 Randy Johnson
LB 6-3 203 Bellevue
Interlake
1970
82 Donald Johnston
E 5-10 170 Moyie Springs, Idaho Bonners Ferry
1957-59
28 Steve Johnston
P 6-0 199 Hesperia, Calif.
Big Bear
1992-93
39 Andrew Jones
FB 6-2 218 Cleveland, Ohio
East Tech
1972-74
3 Brandon Jones
DB 5-9 178 Seattle
California
2009
66 Bud Jones
G 6-2 205 Spokane
North Central
1934-36
97 Darryl Jones
DT 6-4 317 Compton, Calif.
Brethren Christian
1995
40 David Jones
H 5-11 170 The Dalles, Ore.
The Dalles
1956-57
38 Harold (Hal) Jones
HB 5-11 171 Spokane
John Rogers
1934-36
35 Jeff Jones
SLB 6-3 220 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1975-78

John (Hugh) Jones
C
Wilbur
1896-97, 1900-02
20 Oscar Stub Jones HB 6-0 180 Chehalis
1928-30

121

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
85

2
41

9

T. J. Jones
WR 6-0 198
William J. Jones
Chris Jordan
WR 6-0 213
Aaron Joseph
FS 6-2 205
Dan Jordan
E 6-2 190
Aire Justin
CB 5-11 163

Colombia, Mo.
Hickman
Wilbur
Kent
Kentlake
Tacoma
Franklin Pierce
Glendale, Calif.
Van Nuys, Calif.
Culver City

1981-82
1902-03, 05
2003-06
2003
1939
2008-10

K
20 Fran Kachaturian
CB 5-10 184 Whittier, Calif.
Rio Hondo
1972
68 Ronald Kalafat
T 6-1 200 Great Falls, Mont.
1952
51 E. Dean Kalahar
C 6-0 190 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1961-63
22 Paul Kalina
CB 5-7 166 Selah
Selah
1979
84 Jared Karstetter
WR 6-4 210 Spokane, Wash.
Ferris
2008-11
59 Sekope Kaufusi
LB 6-2 236 Palo Alto, Calif.
Woodside
2010-11
4 Matt Kegel
QB 6-5 235 Havre, Mont.
Havre
2000-03
61 Kenneth J. Keir
G 6-0 205 Calgary
Western Canada
1948
1 Bob Keiser
G 5-10 200 Hoquiam
Hoquiam
1946-49
24 Lloyd DeWitt Keith
H 6-0 185 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1954-55
16 Cecil Keller
E
170 Wenatchee
1923
15 Jeff Keller
FL 6-0 185 Baldwin Park, Calif. Baldwin Park
1980-81
32 Ronald Kelley
E 6-3 184 Snohomish
1931-33
83 Thomas Kelley
E 6-1 180 Mt. Vernon
Mt. Vernon
1963-65
44 Brian Kelly
FLK 5-9 170 Arcadia, Calif.
Bishop Amat
1975-77
85 Albert Kennedy
WR 6-3 198 San Jose, Calif.
Yerba Buena
1991-94
OL 6-7 275 Woodland Hills, Calif. El Camino
1976, 78-80
72 Allan Kennedy
2 Bob Kennedy
FB 5-11 195 Sandpoint
Idaho
1940-42
64 William Kennedy
NG 6-0 210 Medical Lake
Medical Lake
1966
27 Ryan Kensok
CD 5-8 158 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
2005-07
23 Steve Kerby
DB 6-0 187 Bozeman, Mont.
Bozeman
1969-70
LH 5-10 185 Tacoma
Stadium
1960-61
37 Dave Kerrone
26 Carl G. Ketchie
H 5-10 175 San Fernando, Calif. San Fernando
1957-58

Eddie Kienholz
HB
Spokane
Spokane
1910-12
6 Adam Kietzer
WR 6-2 203 Bellevue
Newport
1996
45 Wade Killian
OLB 6-0 214 Everett
Cascade
1982-84
SE 6-0 179 Hayward, Calif.
Chabot
1974-75
27 Ray Kimble
22 Basil Kimbrew
CB 5-10 159 Carson City, Calif.
LA Harbor
1973-74

Edward Kimmel
LG
Waitsburg
1894-96
84 Jon Kincaid
TE 6-5 254 Colfax
Colfax
1995-97
21 Carl King
G
Davenport
1915, 1919
TE 6-4 215 Sacramento, Calif.
El Camino
1974
86 Sands King
20 Raymond King
G
Davenport
1919
68 Jerry Kirk
G 5-11 205 Des Moines, Iowa
Lincoln
1962-63
73 Carl Kissler
T 5-11 195 Toppenish
Toppenish
1948
34 Charles Klawitter
E 6-1 183 Kelso
1931-33
TB 6-0 196 Salem, Ore.
South
1969-70
27 Gary Kline
76 Lee Roy Kloezeman ILB 6-3 214 San Francisco, Calif. Serra
1974
86 Dennis Kloke
E 6-3 175 Burlington
Burlington-Edison
1963
86 Hugh Klopfenstein
TE 6-4 225 Seattle
Roosevelt
1968-70
21 John Klumb
E 6-2 188 Tacoma
Stadium
1936-38
55 Donald Knapp
G 6-0 204 Pullman
Pullman
1938-39

Charles Knight
Bay Center, Wash.
Laingsburg, Mich.
1910
70 Gary Knight
DT 6-3 220 Montgomery, Ala.
Sidney Lanier
1976
71 Billy Knotts
OL 6-7 283 Vancouver
Columbia River
2000-02
1993-96
98 David Knuff
TE 6-3 240 Huntington Beach, Calif. Mater Dei
60 Dale Knuth
G 5-11 195 Ritzville
Ritzville
1962-64
5 Joe Koenig
HB
168 Olympia
1924-26
48 Zach Koepp
LS 6-2 211 Milford, Iowa
South Dakot State
2011
85 Otto Kofler
RE 6-0 175 Chewelah
Chewelah
1947-49
56 Tomasi Kongaika
DL 6-1 300 Anchorage, Alaska West
1999-00, 02
93 Kevin Kooyman
DE 6-6 262 Maple Valley
Tacoma
2006-08, 2010
51 James Krakoski
OLB 6-2 227 Fremont, Calif.
Mission San Jose
1983-86
19 Fred Kramer
T/G
175 Colton
1924-26
76 Laurence Kramer
T 6-3 210 Toppenish
Toppenish
1948
10 Peter Kramer
E
170 Colton
Pullman
1923
70 Wallace Kramer
RE 6-0 190 Toppenish
Toppenish
1942, 46
6 William Kramer
HB
160 Colton
1923-25
44 William Kramer
F 5-10 180 Clarkston
Clarkston
1954-55
86 Tim Krause
TE 6-2 206 Anaheim, Calif.
Cypress JC
1972-73
42 Andrew Kreutz
LB 5-11 208 Marysville, Wash.
Marysville
2009
72 Ken Kuiper
OT 6-5 275 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1986-88

122

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L
21 Don LaBomme
FB 6-0 216 Pacoima, Calif.
Alemany
1981, 83
61 Curt Ladines
C 6-2 250 Seattle
Highline
1983-85
21 Porter Lainhart
HB 6-0 180 Goldendale
Goldendale
1928-30

Jesse Tub Laird
T
Garfield
1908-10
62 Del LaLuc
OT 6-4 243 Brisbane, Calif.
Riordan
1974-76
32 Keith L. Lamb
T 5-10 190 Pasco
Pasco
1949
90 Nick Lambert
K 5-11 200 Bothell
Bothell
2000-01
55 Blain Lamoureux
LB 6-0 210 Calgary
Alberta
1972
83 Jeff Lamson
TE 6-4 225 Sunnyvale, Calif.
Homestead
1984-85
18 Shawn Landrum
DB 5-10 186 Long Beach, Calif.
Long Beach Poly
1985-88
72 Joe Lang
LS 6-3 216 Pullman, Wash.
Pullman
2014
4 Alfred Alf Langdon C 6-1 179 Palouse
1913-16
78 Brian Lange
DE 6-4 220 Tacoma
Curtis
1969-71
84 Ronald Langhans
LB 5-11 205 Aberdeen
Aberdeen
1960-62
27 Loren Langley
K 5-8 153 Puyallup
Puyallup
2004-06
10 Jay Languein
DB 6-2 195 Port Orchard
South Kitsap
1987-89
82 Andy Largent
WR 5-11 192 Spokane
Shadle Park
2006

Charles Larkin
E
Garfield
1897-98
42 Don Larkin
H 6-0 198 Seattle
Highline
1950
66 Gary Larsen
LB 6-1 216 Seattle
Ingraham
1972-74
68 Erik Larson
OG 6-4 277 Olympia
Capital
1998-00
67 Robert E. Larson
OG 6-1 220 Coupeville
Coupeville
1964-66
65 Tom Larsen
OG 6-3 220 Tacoma
Bellermine
1975-78

William Lasher
RH
Cheney
1900-01
38 Corey Laufasa
LB 6-0 246 Seattle, Wash.
Evergreen
2011-12
43 Jeremiah Laufasa
RB 5-10 208 Kirkland, Wash.
Central Washington
2013
61 Anthony Laurenzi
DT 6-3 289 Placentia, Calif.
El Dorado
2009-11
56 Brad Lawson
DT 6-3 300 Sacramento, Calif.
Grant
1996-97
C 6-1 190 Buckley
White River
1946-47
40 Andy Lazor
85 Pete Lazzarini
DE 6-4 228 Port Chicago, Calif. Sam DeVito
1969-70
16 Ryan Leaf
QB 6-6 240 Great Falls, Mont.
Russel
1995-97
37 Roger LeClerc
R 6-1 187 Olympia
Olympia
1970
91 Mark Ledbetter
LB 6-4 238 Tacoma
Puyallup
1986-89
LB 6-1 232 Kennewick, Wash.
River View
2008-11
44 Mike Ledgerwood
42 Ron Lee
SS 5-11 188 Tulare, Calif.
Tulare Union
1985-88

Walter Lehorn
1904
53 Doug Leifeste
C 5-11 205 Sunnyside
Sunnyside
1953-55
89 Chris Leighton
TE 6-4 224 Spangle
Liberty
1985-87
TE 6-3 232 Spokane
Liberty
1982-84
92 Vince Leighton
57 Garth Leisy
G 5-10 181 Stockton
Calif.
1933-34
12 Ward Leland
PK 6-0 190 Spokane
Lewis and Clark
1981
68 Dave Lemke
OT 6-2 250 Monroe
Sultan
1976-77
62 Mike Lemke
OG 6-2 240 Monroe
Sultan
1977-78
S 5-11 182 Port Arthur, Texas
Memorial
2014
28 Darius Lemora
38 Bob Leslie
LB 6-2 197 Spokane
Lewis and Clark
1969-71
66 Reed Lesuma
OL 6-4 303 Laie, Hawaii
Mt. San Jocinto College 2009
55 Vaughn Lesuma
6-4 323 Laie Hawaii
Fiji
2007-08
21 Mike Levenseller
SE 6-1 180 Tacoma
Curtis
1975-77
FB 6-2 236 Daley City, Calif.
Westmoor
1972-73
31 Jim Lewis
15 Rob Lewis
WR 5-9 162 South Gate, Calif.
South Gate
2014
75 Ron Lewis
OL 6-3 299 Los Angeles, Calif.
Dorsey
1993-94
88 Santana Lewis
WR 5-9 170 Miami, Fla.
Miami Beach
1993
2001-04
75 Sam Lightbody
OL 6-9 328 Huntington Beach, Calif. Huntington Beach
22 Keith P. Lincoln
HB 6-2 208 Monrovia, Calif.
Monrovia
1958-60
27 Rian Lindell
K 6-3 245 Vancouver
Mountain View
1997-99
27 William Linden
Q 5-8 146 Everett
1926-28
66 Ian Lindner
OG 6-5 254 Bellevue
Newport
1985-86
62 Myke Lindsay
G 6-1 197 Missoula, Mont.
Missoula
1957-59
74 Mike Linker
OT-L 6-6 245 Sumner
Sumner
1976-77
87 Andrei Lintz
WR 6-5 250 Bellingham, Wash. Meridian
2009-12
22 Bill Lippincott
H 6-0 176 Okanogan
Okanogan
1946-48
77 John Little
OT 6-3 275 Raymond
Raymond
1979-80
43 Carl Littlefield
F 6-0 191 Plymouth, Calif.
1936-37
83 Jason Littleton
TE 6-5 232 Puyallup
Rogers
1998

Claude Lobaugh
Pullman
1903-04
8 Marshall Lobbestael QB 6-3 209 Oak Harbor, Wash. Oak Harbor
2008-11
22 Casey Locker
S 5-11 195 Ferndale, Wash.
Ferndale
2011-13
69 Phil Locker III
OL 6-5 305 Eagle River, Alaska Chugiak
1999-02
19 Kurt Loertscher
LB 6-5 219 Montesano
Montesano
1989-92
32 Drew Loftus
WR 6-2 193 Kennewick, Wash.
Hawaii
80 Harold Lokovsek
T 6-3 190 Enumclaw
Enumclaw
1950-52
41 Tony Lomax
WR 6-3 191 Oakland, Calif.
Castelmont; Laney JC 1970-71
31 Frank Londos
F 6-1 201 Tacoma
1941-42
54 Curtis Long
OG 5-8 190 Prescott
Prescott
1965

Fred W. Long
RH
Chehalis
1894-95
72 Mickey Long
OL 6-4 304 Corona del Mar, Calif. Corona del Mar
1996-98

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
88
89

69
11
49

9
9
84

63
94
57
40
22
51
32
58
53
65
25
10

Rien Long
DL 6-6 287
Travis Long
LB 6-4 245
Charles Longstreet

Keola Loo
OL 6-1 290
Clarence Loomis
LE
168
Jeff Loomis
OLB 6-1 226
Lewis Loomis
Ray Loomis
RE 6-1 175
Kevin Lopina
QB 6-3 241
Chris Love
WR 6-3 200
Frank Lowden
C
Justin Luafalemana OL 6-0 275
Josh Luapo
DT 6-0 331
Ray Luck
QB
170
Wilbur Luft
Q
150
Scott Lunde
WR 6-2 201
Frankie Luvu
LB 6-2 219
Ken Lyday
FB 6-0 203
Dan Lynch
OG 6-4 265
Mike Lynch
C 6-0 225
Pat Lynch
NG 6-2 237
Joseph Lynn
FB 5-11 195
Chuck Lyon
QB 5-11 188
Arthur D. Lyon
QB

Anacortes
Anacortes
Spokane, Wash.
Gonzaga Prep
Moscow
Idaho
Kaneohe, Hawaii
St. Louis
Seattle
Broadway
Roseburg, Ore.
Roseburg
Ilwaco
Nahcotta
Seattle
Broadway
Pleasanton, Calif.
Kansas State
Long Beach, Calif.
LB Poly
Walla Walla
Kaunakakai, Hawaii Molokai
Carson, Calif.
LA Harbor College
Spokane
Lewis & Clark
Endicott
Vancouver
Hudsons Bay
Pago Pago, Am. Samoa Tafuna
Witchita Falls,Texas Washington
Spokane
Lewis and Clark
Seattle
Hale
Spokane
Lewis and Clark
Tacoma
Bellarmine
Saugus, Calif.
Sylmar
Marshfield, Ore.

2000-02
2009-12
1902-03
2003
1920
1983-85
1897
1914-16
2008-09
1993
1894-95
2006
2009
1930
1929-31
2000-02
2014
1969-71
1981-83
1968-70
1981-83
1965-67
1975
1917

M
Walter MacFarlane
E 6-2 180 Honolulu, Hawaii
Punahou
1963

61 Cole Madison
OL 6-5 300 Burien, Wash.
Kennedy
2014
4 Frank Madu
RB 5-9 170 San Francisco, Calif. McAteer
1993-95
SE 6-1 192 Tacoma
Wilson
1974-75
3 Mark Maenhout
77 Boyce Tex Magness HB 6-0 161 Breckenridge
Texas
1933-35
40 Jeff Magnuson
RB 6-0 205 East Wenatchee
Eastmont
1982
65 Quinn Magnuson
C 6-5 270 Saskatoon, Sask.
Holy Cross
1989-92

Franklin T. Mahr
E 6-0 185 Bremerton
1939
DT 6-3 285 Kent
Kentridge
2001
55 Nate Mallory
26 Leon L. Mangis
Q 6-1 180 Marysville
Marysville
1948
66 Justin Mann
DT 6-3 246 Woodinville, Wash. UCLA
2010
75 William Mansfield
T 6-0 220 Kennewick
Kennewick
1965
17 Clifford Marker
E
178 Tacoma
1923-25
WR 6-0 176 Los Angeles, Calif.
Venice
2012-13
84 Gabe Marks
57 Serign Marong
LB 6-2 235 Pullman
Pullman
1998-01
86 Brenden Marshall
TE 6-5 251 Longview
R.A. Long
1997
18 John Marshall
SE 6-2 186 Tustin, Calif.
Foothill
1983-84
25 Chris Martin
DB 6-0 185 Brooklyn, N.Y.
Lincoln
1998, 2000
C 5-11 185 Van Nuys, Calif.
Van Nuys
1959-60
51 Denny H. Martin
87 Edward Mike Martin E 6-3 225 Kennewick
Kennewick
1959-61
54 Darren Markle
LB 6-1 224 Meridian, Idaho
Mountain View
2010
26 George Martin
P 6-3 193 Hobart, Ind.
River Forest
1994-95
6 Marty Martin
WR 5-10 185 Tacoma
Puyallup
2002-05
23 Mike L. Mo Martin RB 5-8 183 Tacoma
Clover Park
1979-81
2 Milton Martin
QB
170 Spokane
North Central
1923-25
19 Anthony Martinez
CB 5-8 184 Riverside, Calif.
Rocky Mountain College 2010

Benjamin Mashburn
Oakesdale
1899-1901

William Ed Mashburn
Oakesdale
1898
26 Lyle Maskell
E 6-0 180 Spokane
Lewis & Clark
1928-30
35 Marcus Mason
RB 5-9 187 Etiwanda, Calif.
Etiwanda
2011-14
37 Phillip Mast
H 6-0 195 Spokane
Rogers
1956-58
11 Frank Mataya
QB 5-11 180 Roslyn
Cle Elum
1947-49
70 Mark Matthey
DT 6-2 278 Spokane
Mead
2005
10 Dave Mathieson
QB 6-1 200 Reseda, Calif.
Reseda
1961-63
61 Austin Matson
DE 6-3 262 Everett
Cascade
1997-00
21 Anthony Matthews
CB 5-10 180 Tacoma
Wilson
1998
32 James Matthews
FB 6-0 198 West Covina, Calif. Edgewood
1981-82
S 6-1 196 Lake Oswego, Ore. Lake Oswego
2009
28 Jay Matthews
45 Andy Mattingly
LB 6-4 249 Spokane
Mead
2006-09
49 Bevan Maxey
SE 6-4 203 Spokane
Lewis and Clark 1975-77, 79
79 Robert W. Mayberry T 5-11 195 Seattle
Lincoln
1949-51
83 Logan Mayes
DE 6-3 241 Eugene, Ore.
Marist
2011-12
36 Rueben Mayes
RB 6-0 200 North Battlefield, Sask. North Battlefield
1982-85
82 Tyjuan Mayfield
WR 6-0 180 San Bernadino, Calif. Eisenhower
2001
1 Vince Mayle
WR 6-3 240 Natomas, Calif.
Sierra College
2013-14
51 Chris Maynard
C 6-3 230 Auburn
Auburn
1983
23 Charles McBride
H 5-10 173 Puyallup
1933-35
66 William McCain
SG 6-2 225 Seattle
Franklin
1967-68
4 Don McCall
CB-R 6-0 195 Los Angeles, Calif.
Crenshaw
1978-79
20 Kevin McCall
RB 5-11 208 Carson, Calif.
Carson
2004, 2006-07

71
39
41
38
40
68
58


91
10
81
66
92
20
6
55
4
40
9
54
68
66
9
3
66

76
63
45
45
30
1

87
24
24
12

4
76
68
40
74
68
73
66
93
32
36
45
32
84

60
25

34
89
2
30
1
88
30
16
10
34
12
84
8
65
35

70
20
14
13

Howard McCants
E 6-8 235
Kyle McCartney
S 6-0 191
Anthony McClanahan ILB 6-2 222
Joe McClellan
E 6-2 181
T. C. McClellan
HB 5-8 170
Marc McCloskey
OG 6-4 308
Levi McCormack
H 6-1 178
Earle McCroskey
RG
Milton McCroskey
LE
Dennis M. McCurdy RH 6-1 200
Donald McDonald
H 6-0 160
Nakoa McElrath
WR 6-2 195
Jason McEndoo
OG 6-5 300
Dale McFarland
ILB 6-1 220
Robert McGuire
LH 5-10 170
Milo McIvor
LH
155
Mark McKay
OG 6-3 231
Wallace McKay
G
185
Herman McKee
FB 6-3 210
Kevin McKenzie
SB 5-10 180
Jacob McKinney
OL 6-3 284
Wilbur McKinney
OT 6-2 231
Don L. McLennan
F 6-1 188
Craig McLennan
H 5-9 170
Ivan McLennan
LB 6-4 236
John McPhee
G 5-11 185
Frank McReynolds
LH
Ryan McShane
OT 6-6 305
Jack McTaggart
DE 6-1 200
Ammon McWashington OHB 5-9 185
Shawn McWashington WR 5-11 190
Randal McWilliams DB 5-11 186
Herbert (Butch) Meeker QB
145
Lincoln Meeker
T
185
Rob Meier
DE 6-6 282
Courtney Melbourne QB 6-0 180
Melvin Melin
QB 6-0 195
Paul Mencke
QB 6-5 228
Albert Menig
G
Miguel Meriwether RB 6-0 208
Elmer Messenger
T 6-2 195
Pat Messinger
LB 6-1 210
Maury Metcalf
OLB 6-2 223
Jim Michalczik
OG 6-3 262
David Middendorf
OG 6-3 230
Eduardo Middleton
OL 6-5 318
Nick Mihlhauser
OL 6-4 280
Keith Millard
DT 6-4 237
Charles Miller
G 5-9 215
Jevon Miller
WR 6-0 193
Robert Miller
H 6-2 200
Russell A. Miller
DE 6-5 230
Russell E. Miller
QB 5-9 150
William Bad Bill Miller T
Arthur Mills
SG 6-2 234
Ron Mims
C 6-0 175
William Miner
E
Dave Minnich
RB 6-0 220
Lloyd Minor
TE 6-4 212
Cameron Mitchell
WR 5-11 166
Curry Mitchell
E
D.J. Mitchell
DB 6-1 185
Dennis Mitchell
DT 6-3 230
Don Mitchell
T
185
Frank Mitchell
G 5-11 180
Mike Mitchell
CB 6-1 185
Logwone Mitz
RB 6-1 222
C.J. Mizell
LB 6-2 228
Russell Mizin
TE 6-4 232
Singor Mobley
SS 6-0 178
Robert Mock
G 6-2 200
Josh Moen
DB 6-1 189
Milton Moeser
Gerald L. Molvik
T 6-3 195
Mike Monahan
DB 6-2 225
John Monlux
RH 5-1 170
Darryl Monroe
LB 6-1 235

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Edmonds, Wash.
Edmonds-Woodway 2009-11
Bakersfield, Calif.
Bakersfield
1990-93
Billings, Mont.
1937-38
Fontana, Calif.
Fontana
1964-65
Bend, Ore.
Bend
1991, 93-95
Clarkston
1935
Garfield
1917
Colfax
1894-97
Coeur d Alene, Idaho Coeur d Alene
1964
Renton
1927-28
La Jolla, Calif.
Scripps Ranch
2000-01
Cosmopolis
Aberdeen
1994-97
Tucson, Ariz.
Sabino
1985
Tacoma
Loncoln
1947-49
Pullman
Pullman
1920-21
Lacrosse
Lacrosse
1979-81
Endicott
1921-22
Tamaplais, Calif.
Tamalpais
1962-63
Long Beach, Calif.
Wilson
1996-97
Puyallup
Puyallup
2006
Oakland, Calif.
Oakland Tech
1972-74
Escondido, Calif.
1939-40
Seattle
Queen Anne
1950
Hawthorne, Calif.
El Camino JC
2014
Seattle
Lincoln
1956
Guy
Albion
1894
Lafayette, Calif.
Acalanes
1994-97
Woodland Hills, Calif. Taft
1967
Conroe, Tex.
San Brdno JC
1965-66
Seattle
Garfield
1994-97
Seattle
Franklin
1988-89
Spokane
Lewis and Clark
1925-27
Escondido, Calif.
1921-23
West Vancouver, B.C. Sentinel
1996-99
Cle Elum
1919
Olympia
Olympia
1959-61
Spokane
Lewis and Clark
1998-00
Cheney
1900-01
West Covina, Calif. West Covina
1995-98
Centralia
Centralia
1950-52
Soap Lake
Wenatchee
1969-70
Sacramento, Calif.
Grant
1985-88
Port Angeles
Port Angeles
1986-88
Seattle
Ingraham
1965-67
Oceanside, Calif.
Oceanside
2014
Arroyo Grande, Calif. Arroyo Grande
2002-05
Pleasanton, Calif.
Foothill
1981-83
Rathdrum, Idaho
Ruthdrum
1959-60
Anchorage, Alaska East
2002-04
Canoga Park, Calif. Canoga Park
1954
Salmon, Idaho
Salmon
1989-90
Kelso
Kelso
1946-47
Goldendale
1906-07
Auburn
Auburn
1967-69
Pasadena, Calif.
Pasadena City College 1970-71
Pullman
1905-07, 09
Stonington, Conn.
Stonington
2000-01
E. Palto Alto, Calif.
Ravenswood
1973
Richland
Columbia
1979-81
White Swan
1925
Sacramento, Calif.
Grant
1996
Campbell, Calif.
Mitty
1970-72
Yakima
1924
Wapato
Wapato
1929, 31
Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1973-74
Redmond
Redmond
2008-11
Tallahassee, Fla.
Leon
2010-11
Aberdeen
Aberdeen
1999-00
Tacoma
Curtis
1991-94
Lynden
Lynden
1954-55
Tacoma
Curtis
1999-01
Newport, Wash.
1911
Seattle
Ballard
1949
Portland, Ore.
Marshall
1969-71
Everett
Everett
1948
Orlando, Fla.
Dr. Phillips
2012-13

123

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS


21
35
89
22
11
89

88
21
3
61
93


30
6
42
84
10
25
55
29
6
17
58
58
57
86
83
45

Hamilton Montgomery FB
James Montgomery RB 5-10 200
Ron Montgomery
RB 5-10 201
Trevor Mooney
TE 6-6 250
Brandon Moore
LB 6-1 220
DeDe Moore
SE 5-11 196
Eric Moore
TE 6-5 240
Floyd Moore
QB
Fred Moore
SE 6-0 183
Kenny Moore
LB 6-0 212
Sammy Moore
WR 6-0 187
William Moos
OT 6-3 240
Delmar Morais
DT 6-3 256
Mike Moran
FB
190
Arthur Morgan
Howard Morgan
C 6-2 180
Dee Moronkola
DB 5-9 194
Charles Morrell
F 6-0 195
Gary E. Morrell
E 6-0 200
Kevin Morris
PK 6-0 180
Jamal Morrow
RB 5-8 187
Steve Morton
C 6-2 233
Howard Moses
H 5-9 178
Chris Moton
SS 6-3 205
David Muir
QB 6-0 182
Matt Mullennix
DE 6-6 255
Scott Mullennix
LB 6-2 205
Rodney Mumma
LB 6-1 215
Tramaine Murray
WR 5-10 183
Isiah Myers
WR 6-0 185
Rob Myers
P 6-1 201

Enumclaw
1906, 08
Rancho Cordova, Calif. Rancho Cordova
2009-10
San Antonio, Texas Judson
1996
Mission Viejo, Calif. Trabuco Hills
2007
Carson, Calif.
Banning
1995-97
Altadena, Calif.
Muir-Pasadena
1982-83
Garden Grove, Calif. Rancho Alamitos
1993-94
Pullman
1894-95
Washington, D.C.
Coolidge
1968-69
Menlo Park, Calif.
Menlo-Atherton
1995-97
Mesa, Ariz.
Westwood
2002-03
Olympia
Olympia
1970-72
Las Vegas, Nev.
Chaparral
1995-97
Spokane
Gonzaga
1920-21
Hoquiam
1903-05
Elma
1928
Richmond, Calif.
DeAnza
1995-98
Downey, Calif.
Downey
1956-58
Downey, Calif.
Downey
1957
Snohomish
Snohomish
1981
Menifee, Calif.
Heritage
2014
Chehalis
Grays Harbor
1973-74
Cashmere
1930-32
Inglewood, Calif.
Morningside
1987-90
Chatsworth, Calif.
Chatsworth
1997
Spangle
Liberty
2004-05, 2007-08
Spokane
Shadle Park
1974-75
Anaheim, Calif.
Sta. Ana College
1970-71
Oxnard, Calif.
Ventura JC
2004
Orlando, Fla.
Olympia
2011-14
LaCanada, Calif.
LaCanada
1986-89

N
99 Jonathan Nance
DE 6-4 234 Miami, Fla.
Miami Senior
LB 6-0 232 Long Beach, Calif.
Jordan
4 Johnny Nansen
55 Mark Nason
OL 6-3 247 East Wenatchee
Eastmont
70 Donald Nelson
T 6-3 220 North Hollywood, Calif. Hollywood
42 Ike Nelson
WR 6-3 196 Stockton, Calif.
Edison
65 James Nelson
G 6-1 220 Oakland, Calif.
Centra Costa JC

John Jack Nelson HB
Pueblo, Colo.
65 J. Robert Nelson
G 5-11 220 Ephrata
Wenatchee JC
68 Marvin Nelson
C 5-11 195 Milwaukie, Ore.
Milwaukie
66 Norman E. Nelson
G 5-11 180 Everett
Everett
64 Steve Nelson
OL 6-3 279 Colville
Colville
LB 6-3 240 Renton
Hazen
43 Todd Nelson

John Nelton
81 Doug Nessan
LB 6-3 215 Billings, Mont.
Great Falls
18 Curtis Nettles
WR 5-7 165 Venice, Calif.
Culver City
39 Don Nevels
SLB 6-1 217 San Francisco, Calif. Balboa
51 Bruce Nevitt
C 6-2 210 Burlington
Burlington
88 Ben Newland
E 6-2 187 Everett
10 Billy Newman Jr.
S 5-10 201 Laguna Niguel, Calif. Santa Margarita
24 Bob D. Newman
Q 6-2 190 El Cerrito, Calif.
El Cerrito
24 James Newson
HB 6-1 185 Sacramento, Calif.
Sacramento
52 Curt Newton
LB 6-0 218 Kansas City, Mo.
Wyandotte
42 Alex Nguae
LB 6-1 235 Inglewood, Calif.
Culver City
45 Edward Niehl
H 5-10 180 Seattle
Highline
72 Laurie Niemi
T 6-0 240 Clarkston
Clarkston

Jerry The Dane Nissen LH
Kent
41 Joe Njoku
DB 5-9 190 Tacoma, Wash.
Lakes
63 Kyle Noble
DE 6-2 262 Renton
Liberty
21 Morris Noble
CB/WR 6-0 166 Los Angeles, Calif.
Compton CC
37 Roosevelt Noble
DB 5-10 167 Sunnyvale, Calif.
St. Francis
WR 5-9 199 Los Angeles, Calif.
Long Beach Poly
29 Kevin Norrell
44 Lewis (Bud) Norris
DB 6-4 215 Sedro Woolley
Sedro Woolley
61 Robert Norvell
OG/C 6-4 262 Vancouver
Columbia River
21 Chima Nwachukwu
S 5-11 200 Allen, Texas
Allen

1996-98
1994-96
1996-97
1956-57
1971
1964
1910
1963
1957-59
1949
2003
1995-97
1910
1976
1999-02
1976-79
1952, 54
1949
1998-01
1956-58
1965
1989-90
2000-01
1947-48
1946-48
1904-07
2012
1997
1972-73
1986-89
2008
1964-66
1989-90
2007-10

O
78 Dan OLeary
OG 6-3 250 San Francisco, Calif. Riordan
41 Bob ONeal
OLB 6-5 226 Marysville, Calif.
Lindhurst
1 Nick Obrastoff
PK 6-0 181 Seattle
Nathan Hale
87 Tim Ochs
DT 6-3 242 Fife
Fife
73 Sean OConnor
OL 6-6 290 Redmond
Redmond
51 Virgil Odom
G
183 Shelton
38 Eric Oertel
RB/LB 6-1 208 Racine, Wisc.
Lutheran

1978
1984-88
1986
1973-76
2003-06
1931
2010-13

124

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL


95
89
28
24
25
83
79
11
46
9
81
42
43
84
89
62
87
50
75
78

Chester Offner
Gabriel Oladipo
DT 6-4 294
Jamie Olesen
TE 6-2 228
Frank Oliver
H 6-0 175
Verne Oliver
C 5-9 196
Augustin Olobia
WR 5-11 198
Don Olsen
DE 6-4 217
Bryan Olsen
DT 6-4 282
Rich Olson
QB 5-11 185
Rodd Olson
TE 6-4 224
Lee Omlid
DHB 5-11 185
Mel Orchard
TE 6-2 218
Ted Ornduff
LCB 5-10 189
Lee Orr
H 6-1 175
Ronald Orr
E 6-2 195
William H. Osborne
E 6-2 195
Steve Ostermann
OG 6-2 230
Tom Ostrander
WR 6-1 203
Andrew Oswald
G 5-10 193
Jon Ottenbreit
OT 6-6 285
Earl Owens
OT 6-2 254

Walla Walla
Lagos, Nigeria
Texas Southern
Sumas
Sumas
Kennewick
Everett
Everett
Benin, Nigeria
Texas Southern
Spokane
Rogers
Kent
Kentlake
Monterey Park
Montebello
Walnut Creek, Calif. Las Lomas
Eugene, Ore.
Willamette
Evanston, Wyo.
Evanston
Morgan Hills, Calif. Morgan Hills
Monroe
Monroe
Shelton
Shelton
Vancouver
Vancouver
Arlington Heights, Ill. St. Viator
Yakima
East Valley
Walla Walla
Cheney
Cheney
Pasadena, Calif.
Pasadena City CC

1898
1990
1982-84
1939
1942
1990-91
1972-73
2005
1968-69
1986-89
1967
1985-87
1984
1939
1965-67
1948
1972-74
2002, 04
1935-36
1996-97
1973-74

P
14 Ty Paine
QB 6-3 219 Billings, Mont.
Billings
1970-72
TE 6-3 200 Richland
Columbia
1970-71
81 Mark Painter
40 Kache Palacio
LB 6-2 2275 Gardena, Calif.
Serra
2012-14
54 Tolo Palelei
DT 6-4 250 Pago Pago, Am. Samoa Samoana
1988
72 Pace Paletta
T 6-2 190 Dunsmuir, Calif.
1939

L. H. Palmerton
Pullman
1898
G 6-2 277 Calgary, Alberta
St. Marys
1983
50 Mike Palumbo
34 Paul Palumbo
RB 5-11 190 Chula Vista, Calif.
Chula Vista
1977
27 Hugh Parker
CB 5-10 190 Sacramento, Calif.
Crawford
1979-80
18 Randy Parker
FS 5-11 179 Seattle
Ingraham
1989
21 John Parkhill
E
177 Wenatchee
1925-27
G 5-11 180 Stockton, Calif.
1929-31
41 Jack Parodi
50 Josh Parrish
OL 6-6 322 Chewelah
Jenkins
2000-02
67 Tom Parry
T 6-0 215 Seattle
Queen Anne
1942, 46-47
77 James Paton
G 6-0 230 Spokane
Shadle Park
1962-64
63 Gary Patrick
OG 6-3 240 Yakima
Eisenhower
1979-82
WLB 6-2 228 Cupertino, Calif.
Archbishop Mitty 1972, 74-75
94 Bill Patterson
86 DeWayne Patterson DE 6-1 248 Oakland, Calif.
McClymonds
1991-94
30 DeWayne Patterson FS 6-0 199 Redlands, Calif.
Redlands
2005
15 Mark Patterson
SS 6-2 195 Tacoma
Lincoln
1975-77
39 Wes Patterson-Aumua LB 5-11 197 Bellflower, Calif.
Bellflower
2002
QB 6-1 197 Moscow, Idaho
Moscow
1989, 91-93
13 Mike Pattinson
10 Don Paul
RH 6-0 175 Tacoma
Fife
1947-49
52 Darryl Paulo
DL 6-2 262 Sacramento, Calif.
Grant
2013-14
15 Karl Paymah
CB 6-0 200 Spanaway
Clover Park
2001-04
63 Jerry Payne
LB 6-1 218 Port Angeles
Port Angeles
1973-75
32 Jamel Payton
DB 5-10 162 Tacoma
Lincoln
1995
1 Dennis Pearson
FL 6-0 185 Seaside, Calif.
Monterey
1974-75
13 Chuck Peck
QB 6-2 209 Seattle
Ballard
1971-74
67 Dean Pedigo
LB 6-2 205 Everett
Everett
1974-77
9 Rich Pelletier
QB 6-0 187 Concord, Calif.
DeLasselle
1987
84 John (Arnie) Pelluer
E 6-3 215 Bremerton
Bremerton
1953-55
47 Peyton Pelluer
LB 6-0 224 Sammamish, Wash. Skyline
2014
47 Scott Pelluer
OLB 6-2 212 Bellevue
Interlake
1977-80
29 Romeo Pellum
CB 5-10 179 Long Beach, Calif.
Santa Fe
2007-08
88 William Pellum
WR 5-10 155 Palm Springs, Calif. College of the Desert 1987-88
92 Marc Pence
DT 6-1 223 San Leandro, Calif. Marina
1970-71, 73
75 Tyson Pencer
OL 6-8 330 Delta, B.C.
Sands Secondary
2009
35 Wade Penner
K 5-10 155 Corvallis, Ore.
Corvallis
2007
32 Woodrow Perkins
FS 5-11 180 Los Angeles, Calif.
Pierce JC
1972-73
QB 6-1 180 Toppenish
Toppenish
1945
11 Jack Perrault
81 Bob Perringer
E 6-2 185 Olympia
Olympia
1953-54

Eugene Person
East Spokane
1902
99 Tim Petek
DT 6-5 252 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1985
15 David G. Petersen
S 6-0 195 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1964-66
31 Jim Peterson
LB 6-1 180 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1968-69
68 John Peterson
G 5-9 190 Spokane
John Rogers
1946-48
87 Mike Peterson
WR 5-11 180 Spokane
University
1982
48 Mitchell Peterson
LB 6-1 200 Spokane
West Valley
2013-14
22 Brad Philley
RB 6-2 208 Puyallup
Rogers
1997-00
59 Brandon Pickering
LB 5-10 200 Monroe
Redmond
2000
39 Randy Pickering
LB 6-0 180 Issaquah
Issaquah
1970-71
62 Ryan Pickering
LB 5-11 198 Monroe
Redmond
2000

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS

28
77
43
27
47
75
50
55
18
93
58
9
98
83
20

81
68
30
17
85
46
79
19
12
20
5
28
66
44
25

57
14
37
85

Eddie Pillings
H 5-9 165
Konrad Pimiskern
OL 6-4 280
Mark Pimiskern
DE 6-3 229
Marcellus Pippins
CB 5-10 163
Marshal Pirtz
LB 6-0 244
Ropati Pitoitua
DT 6-8 291
Morris (Skip) Pixley
C 6-0 210
Harry Planck
RG 5-11 207
Mark Pleis
OLB 6-3 200
Rod Plummer
LB 6-0 226
Tom Poe
MLB 6-0 218
Deron Pointer
WR 5-11 175
Kalafitoni Pole
DL 6-1 302
Francis Polsfoot
LE 6-3 190
Dwight G. Pool
HB 6-0 180
Fred Poole
Jeff Poppe
SE 6-0 175
Greg Porter
OG 6-3 245
Kerry Porter
FB 6-2 201
Pat Porter
CB 5-9 163
Michael R. Potter
E 6-1 200
Erik Powell
K 6-1 178
Joseph Powloski
T 6-0 200
Greg Prator
WR 6-1 201
Aaron Price
KS 5-10 190
Geoffrey S. Price
H 6-0 165
James Price
LB 5-11 215
Anthony Prior
DB 5-11 188
David Pritchard
C 6-0 230
Tana Pritchard
LB 6-3 220
Nick Proen
WR 6-0 193
Charles Proff
FB
Chris Prummer
OL 6-2 263
Antone Purcel
LT
185
Merton Purnell
H 5-11 180
Jordan Puu Robinson DE 6-4 260
George Pynn

Ellensburg
Ellensburg
1941
West Vancouver, B.C. West Van. Secondary 1989-92
West Vancouver, B.C. West Van. Secondary 1993-94
Richmond, Calif.
El Cerrito
2014
Boise, Idaho
Centennial
2008
Spanaway
Clover Park
2004-07
Spokane
North Central
1954-55
Pacoima, Calif.
1942
Lafayette, Calif.
Del Valley
1981-82
Oakland, Calif.
St. Marys College
1988-91
Enumclaw
Enumclaw
1971-73
Tacoma
Curtis
1991-93
Union City, Calif.
James Logan
2011-14
Montesano
Montesano
1947-49
Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1950-52
Tekoa
1898
Mt. Vernon
Mt. Vernon
1980-81
Pleasant Hills, Calif. College Park
1978-79, 82
Great Falls, Mont.
Great Falls
1982-83, 85-86
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Paul W. Bryant
2014
Seattle
Everett JC
1964
Vancouver, Wash.
Seton Catholic
2014
Tacoma
Bellarmine
1952-54
Riverside, Calif.
Rubidoux
2004-05
Pullman
Ogden
1992-93
Everett
Everett
1958-59
Anchorage, Alaska West
1997-98, 2000-01
Mira Loma, Calif.
Rubidoux
1989-91
Tacoma
Clover Park
1981
Lakewood, Wash.
Clover Park
2012-13
Spokane
Mead
2009
Rosalia
1899-1901
Renton
Liberty
2008-10
Chehalis
Chehalis
1922
Ellensburg
Ellensburg
1952-54
Wailuku, Hawaii
Baldwin
2011
Spokane
Spokane
1911

Q
85 Russell Quakenbrush E 6-3 195 Seattle
Ballard

1953-55

R
3 Finas Rabb III
WR 6-6 198 Oakland, Calif.
El Modena
2006-07
64 Pete Rademacher
G 6-2 200 Tieton
Tieton
1950-51

Ralph Rader
FB
Walla Walla
1907
43 James Rainbolt
H 5-10 175 Everett
1940
79 Rob Rainville
OL 6-5 323 Lewiston, Idaho
Lewiston
1996-98
83 Eason Ramson
TE 6-3 230 Sacramento, Calif.
Christain Bros.
1974-77
5 Brandon Rankin
DT 6-5 287 Shallotte, N.C.
Butte College
2010-11
30 Elijah Raphael
RB 5-8 171 San Fernando, Calif. Kennedy
1993
67 Jesse Ratcliff
DE 6-3 262 Lacey
North Thurston
1998-99
33 Dennis Rath
F 6-0 190 Grandview
Grandview
1953-55
23 LaRoy Rath
E 5-11 190 Grandview
Grandview
1957-59
82 Bobby Ratiff
WR 6-2 198 Etiwanda, Calif.
Etiwanda
2011-13
70 Reed Raymond
OT 6-8 310 Moses Lake
Moses Lake
1997-00
73 Ryan Raymond
OG 6-7 302 Moses Lake
Moses Lake
1998-00
42 Dan Reardon
DE 6-3 210 Seattle
Rainier Beach
1976-77
47 Bob Redmond
WR 6-0 175 Tyler, Texas
John Tyler
1971-72
65 Geoff Reece
C 6-4 235 Everett
Cascade
1972-74
42 George Reed
FB 5-10 205 Renton
Renton
1959, 61-62
50 Paul Reed
OL 6-2 279 Vancouver
Mountain View
1991-94
22 Rich Reed
RB 5-7 170 Seattle
Nathan Hale
1984, 86
23 Richard Reed
DSB 5-11 185 Snohomish
Snohomish
1966-68

William Reed
1896
39 Dave Reetz
ILB 6-0 212 Kirkland
Lake Washington
1984-85

Walter Rehorn
LE
Walla Walla
1907
70 Clay Reis
OT 6-8 286 Cupertino, Calif.
Monta Vista
1991-94
75 Larry Reisbig
T 6-1 205 Van Nuys, Calif.
Van Nuys
1961-62
74 Alex Reitnouer
OL 6-5 240 La Canada, Calif.
St. Francis
2009
40 William Remington
C 6-0 186 South Bend, Ind.
1941-42
22 James Renfro
HB 5-11 190 Portland, Ore.
Jefferson
1956-57
21 Richard Renfro
QB 5-9 191 Los Angeles, Calif.
1939-41
19 Rod Retherford
DB 5-10 175 John Day, Ore.
Grant Union
1981-82
71 Jay Reyna
DE 6-4 241 Bellingham
Sehome
1990-91
3 Keith Reynolds
WR 5-11 182 Oakland, Calif.
Fremont
1992-93

20
62
26
34
57

36
65
20
50
62
47
83
2
84

10
24
47
52
82
77

69
85
35
17
52
25
23
64
74
28
89
55
21
3
99
3
75
58
11
60
82
37
73
46
57
10
48
51
33
17

Ricky Reynolds
LCB 6-0 182 Sacramento, Calif.
Luther Burbank
1984-86
Gottlieb Ribary
G 6-0 200 Auburn
Auburn
1952-53
Ron Ricard
DB 5-9 175 Burbank
Columbia
1987-90
Anthony Rice
RB 5-10 170 Pomona, Calif.
Garey
1992
Keith Rice
LB 6-1 219 Denver, Colo.
East
1987-88
Dave Richards
1972
Theodore Richards
Q
155 Toppenish
1931
Joe Richer
LB 5-11 202 Edmonds
Everett
1969-70
Marcus Richmond
RB 6-1 218 Mesa, Ariz.
Dobson
2007-10
Glenn E. Rickert
C 6-1 188 Puyallup
Puyallup
1948-50
Eugene Rieger
G 6-0 185 Spokane
West Valley
1949-51
Rick Riegle
WR 6-3 195 Anaheim, Calif.
Savanna
1973
Doug Riggs
E 6-2 195 Seattle
Franklin
1953-55
Earl Riley
DB 6-2 218 Dos Palos, Calif.
Dos Palos
1998-99
Jerome Riley
WR 6-2 185 Arleta, Calif.
Birmingham
2001-02
Ralph Rough House Riley T 6-2 190 Goldendale
1928-29
Francis Rish
E/C 6-3 180 Yakima
1938-40
Willie Roach
S 6-1 201 Federal Way, Wash. Todd Beamer
2014
Malik Roberson
DT 6-3 258 Spokane
Lewis and Clark
1990
Steve Roberts
MLB 6-0 195 San Francisco, Calif. Lowel
1972-74
Jim Robinson
DE 6-3 225 Bakersfield, Calif.
Bakersfield JC
1971-72
Derrick Roche
OL 6-5 295 Kent
Kentridge
1999-02
G. Graham Rock
QB
Seattle
Broadway
1912
Jake Rodgers
OL 6-6 300 Spokane
Shadle Park
2012
Alexe Rodopoulos
WR 6-3 200 Blue Springs, Mo.
Blue Springs
1998
William (Bud) Roffler H 6-1 185 Spokane
Lewis and Clark
1949-51
Gary Rogers
QB 6-7 222 Mukilteo
Kamiak
2006-08
Scott Rogers
C 6-2 224 Snohomish
Snohomish
1978-79
Thomas Rogers
RB 5-8 191 Tacoma
Clover Park
1988
Ted T. Rohwer
Q 5-11 168 Spokane
North Central
1926-28
Constantino Romero DT 6-4 265 Eureka, Calif.
Eureka
1990
Andy Roof
OL 6-5 299 Spokane
East Valley
2005-06
Patrick Rooney
K 6-0 198 El Segundo, Calif.
El Camino College
2008-09
Jerry Roquemore
WR 5-11 187 Gahanna, Ohio
Lincoln
1998
John Rosano
HB 6-0 174 Richmond, Calif.
Granite Hills
1934-36
Deon Rosemond
DB 5-10 180 Los Angeles, Calif.
Washington
1991
Timm Rosenbach
QB 6-2 210 Pullman
Pullman
1987-88
Bob Ross
RH 5-11 170 Carbonado
Buckley
1946
Earle Ross
H 6-0 176 Honolulu
Punahou
1937-39
Robin Ross
OT 6-5 239 Whittier, Calif.
Rio Hondo
1974-75
Woodrow Ross
T 6-3 210 National City, Calif.
1941
Thomas E. Roth
QB 6-1 195 El Cajon, Calif.
Granite Hills
1963-65
Dan Rowlands
OL 6-5 280 Los Alamitos, Calif. Los Alamitos
2005-07
John Rowley
E 6-3 190 Port Orchard
S. Kitsap
1948, 50-51
George Rowswell
T 6-1 230 Centralia
1936-39
Andrew Roxas
OL 6-2 288 Sun Valley, Calif.
St. Francis 2007-08; 2010-11
Chris Rumburg
C 6-3 191 Spokane
West Valley
1936-37
Dean Rumburg
C 6-2 190 Spokane
West Valley
1946-48
John Rushing
FS 5-10 208 Merced, Calif.
Merced
1991-94
Frank Russell
LB 5-9 199 Long Beach, Calif.
Wilson
1993
John Rust
MLB 6-2 225 Sandpoint, Idaho
Sandpoint
1987
Anthony (Tony) Ryan RB 6-0 205 Oklahoma City, Okla. Tecumseh
2002
Mark Rypien
QB 6-4 225 Spokane
Shadle Park
1983-85

S
44 Payam Saadat
LB 6-0 230 Santa Monica, Calif. Santa Monica
1994
17 Jerry Sage
T 6-2 183 Spokane
North Central
1936-37
77 Mike Sage
OG 6-2 318 Las Vegas, Nev.
Chaparral
1995-98
51 Justin Sagote
LB 6-0 218 Santa Clara, Calif.
College of San Mateo 2012-13
69 John R. Sahlberg
G 5-11 215 Ione, Calif.
Monterey Peninsula JC 1963
96 Taeao Salausa
DE 6-4 260 Long Beach, Calif.
LB Poly
1997
99 Vince Saldivar
DE 6-5 242 Orange, Calif.
Servite
1990-93
71 Tino Salinas
OL 6-6 282 Dixon, Calif.
Dixon
1993
75 B.J. Salmonson
OL 6-4 289 Everson, Wash.
Nooksack Valley
2014
35 Tony Salter
CB 5-10 183 Los Angeles, Calif.
Duarte
1990-91
11 Samoa Samoa
CB 6-2 202 Long Beach, Calif.
Carson
1979-80
55 Conrad Sampson
C 6-1 171 Everett
Everett
1947
69 Kirk Samuelson
G 6-4 256 White Salmon
Columbia
1982-84
99 Jessy Sanchez
2009
2 Roy Sandberg
LE
175 Bellingham
Bellingham
1920-22
50 George Sander
H 6-1 174 Spokane
North Central
1930-32
92 Dwayne Sanders
DE 6-7 245 Los Angeles, Calif.
Dorsey
1994-95
38 Melvin Sanders
OLB 6-2 220 Los Angeles, Calif.
Loyola
1976, 78-80
72 Scott Sanderson
OT 6-6 296 Concord, Calif.
Clayton Valley
1993-96

Colonel Speed Sapp FB
Tumwater
1895, 97-98, 02, 04-05
38 Phil Sarboe
QB 5-10 160 Tacoma
Lincoln
1931-33

125

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
42
94

75

3
53
56

33
32
6
37
22
87
14
91
5
26
85
67
48
33
71
74
79
84
23
79
47
80
51
84
38
63
37
21
23
3
71
39
3
29
6
44
81
22
48
82
49
82
63
15
23
88
44
63
5
10
3
39
24
36
31
17
53
1
19
69
90
24
2
39
21
72
48
24

126

Frank Sarno
Q 5-10 200
Don Sasa
DT 6-4 281
Howard Sattherwaite LH
Tony Savage
DT 6-4 288
Walter Savage
Moe Sax
Q/H
148
Kevin Scanlan
C 6-0 190
Oscar Schaaf
G 6-0 185
Ray Schaaf
E 6-2 195
William Schade
T 6-3 190
Peter Schenck
RH 6-2 185
Calvin Schexnayder WR 5-11 183
Dwight Scheyer
T 6-3 210
Russell Schleeh
H 6-2 190
Michael Schmidlen DE 6-4 220
R. D. Schnebly
RT
Dave Schneider
DL 6-5 230
Emmett Schroeder
H
180
John Schroeder
G
183
Warren L. Schroeder E 5-11 195
Mike Schuster
OL 6-5 258
Don Schwartz
MLB 6-2 195
Elmer Schwartz
FB 5-11 200
Mike Schwarz
OL 6-30 295
Milt Schwenk
TB 6-2 215
Tim Scoles
DL 5-11 243
Corey Scott
TE 6-3 245
Rodney Scott
RB 5-10 224
John Scukanec
OL 6-5 292
Cotton Sears
WR 6-1 179
Jody Sears
WR 5-11 170
Steve Sebahar
C 6-3 250
Scott Selby
WR 6-5 231
Tyler Sellers
CB 5-10 173
Charles Chuck Semancik G 5-11 190
Clement Senn
G 5-11 178
Peter Senuty
E 6-2 190
William Sewell
LH 6-0 170
Ford Sexton
Q 5-10 180
Jacob Seydel
OL 6-6 295
Alfonso Al Shambra H 5-11 172
Leo Shannon
T
195
P. J. Shank
S 6-0 178
Fred Shavies
DE 6-2 260
Josh Shavies
DL 6-6 317
Edwin E. Shaw
E 6-0 190
Glen Shaw
TB 5-10 180
Peter Shaw
S 6-0 181
R. Gerald Shaw
E 6-2 190
Stanley Shaw
E
180
Todd Shaw
DT 6-6 278
Mike Shelford
OL 6-2 275
Stan Sherer
QB 6-2 190
Cole Sheridan
CB 5-11 183
Richard C. Sheron
E 6-5 220
Bill Shore
G 5-11 201
Steven Shoun
SLB 6-3 206
Larry Sibillia
H 5-9 175
Brian Sickler
OLB 6-1 214
Graham Siderius
PK 6-2 211
Joe Sienko
F 6-0 186
Daniel Simmons
CB 5-10 184
Matthew Simmons
S 5-11 195
Melvin Simmons
LB 6-1 210
Randal Simmons
CB 5-11 180
Keith Simon
Q 5-7 155
Gino Simone
WR 6-0 184
Jordan Simone
S 6-0 178
Matt Simonet
OT 6-5 277
Robert Simpson
OE 6-2 210
Robin Sinclair
CG 6-0 185
Frank Skadan
Q
163
Brian Skjei
LB 6-3 208
Howard Slater
T
185
Kevin Sloan
OT 6-7 263
Fred Small
Q 6-1 208
Courtney Smith
F 6-0 175

Sommerville, Mass. Sommerville


1953-55
Long Beach, Calif.
Long Beach Poly
1992-94
Everett
1913-14
San Francisco, Calif. Riordan
1986-89
Pullman
1894
Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1920-21
Spokane
North Central
1954
Oakesdale
1938
Spokane
Chewelah
1947
Vallejo, Calif.
1938-40
Los Angeles, Calif.
Hamilton
1959-61
Fresno, Calif.
Bullard
1991-92
Granger
Granger
1934-36
San Francisco, Calif.
1939
El Paso, Texas
Cortez
1970
Ellensburg
1917, 20
Lynwood
Columbia Basin CC
1979
Mt. Vernon
1929-31
Pullman
Pullman
1925
Kelso
Kelso
1958-60
Richland
Richland
1985
Santa Clara, Calif.
Mitty
1974-77
Port Orchard
1928-30
Winlock
W.F. West
1998-99
Sunnyside
Sunnyside
1951-53
Mt. Vernon
Spokane Falls CC
1985-86
Cerritos, Calif.
Gahr
1997-99
Tacoma
Clover Park
1988-89, 91
Vancouver
Mountain View
1994-95
Pullman
Pullman
1984-86
Pullman
Pullman
1989-90
Pleasanton, Calif.
Amador
1980-82
Castle Rock
Castle Rock
2006-07
East Wenatchee
Eastmont
2004
Tacoma
Lincoln
1936-37
Tacoma
Lincoln
1930-32
Bellingham
1939
Tacoma
Lincoln
1939-41
Dunsmuir
Calif.
1939-40
Riverside, Calif.
Riverside CC
2014
Los Angeles
Lincoln
1931-33
Pullman
Pullman
1922-23
Dayton, Ohio
Fairview
1968-69
Oakland, Calif.
Fremont
1999-02
Oakland, Calif.
Fremont
1999-00, 02-03
Spokane
Rogers
1958-60
Yakima
Eisenhower
1966-68
Compton, Calif.
Pius X
1980-81
Calgary, Alberta
Mt. Royal College
1962-64
Yakima
1930
Portland, Ore.
Franklin
1991-94
Seattle
Kings
2001-03
Rancho Cordova, Calif. Rancho Cordova
1972
Pullman
Pullman
2000-02
Beaverton, Ore.
Beaverton
1964-66
Stanwood
1937-38
Caldwell, Idaho
Caldwell
1967-69
Cle Elum
1933-34
Dallas, Pa.
Miami
1978-80
Reno, Nev.
McQueen
2003-05
PeEll
1936-37
Ontario, Calif.
Colony
2009-12
Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.Bishop Montgomery
2011
Compton, Calif.
Dominguez
1999-00
Los Angeles, Calif.
Fairfax
1976-78
Billings, Mont.
1936
39
Sammamish, Wash. Skyline
2009-12
Sammamish, Wash. Skyline
2011
Kent
Kentwood
1988-89
Edwall
Reardan
1965-67
Portland, Ore.
Grant
1971-73
Spokane
North Central
1920-21
Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon
2004
Spokane
Deer Park
1922-23
Costa Mesa, Calif.
Estanica
1981-82
Mead
Mead
1941
Seattle
1927-28

Washington State | 2015 COUGAR FOOTBALL

73
84
41
91
5
28
63
30
21
62
72
31
23
75

13
24
34
12
69
28
58
92
81
5

25
22

80
54
55
92
69
14
10
87
23
22
44
19
99
2
86
84
12
51
45
54
56
25

23
46
16
85
41
53
18

40
77
42
52
23
69
59
50
20
32
45
84
38

86
80
93

Dan Smith
OT 6-4 258
Dustin Smith
TE/OG 6-4 255
Harold Gus Smith
H 5-10 165
James D. Smith
DE 6-3 210
Jonathan Smith
RB 5-10 190
Kealan Smith
RB 6-0 205
Mike Smith
C 6-2 280
Raonall Smith
LB 6-2 241
Richard Smith
TB 6-3 205
Ryan Smith
OL 6-4 270
Stanley Smith
C 6-1 194
Wendell Smith
DB 5-11 207
William Smith
G
180
William M. Smith
T 6-2 215
William O. Smith
QB
Mike Snow
CB 6-1 192
Tom Solberg
TB 6-3 196
Arnold Soley
FB 5-11 170
Jeffrey Solomon
WR 6-0 200
George Somnis
G 6-0 227
Paul Sorensen
CB 6-0 189
Riley Sorenson
OL 6-4 321
Gary Southwick
DT 6-5 246
Ron Souza
TE 6-2 205
Derek Sparks
RB 6-0 220
F. Eugene Spaulding
Harry Speidel
T 6-2
David Spence
WR 6-0 180
Robert Spencer
Tom Spencer
TE 6-3 227
Kevin Sperry
LB 6-2 219
Fred Spiegelberg
E 6-0 175
Dan Spitz
OL 6-7 301
Kenneth Spooner
G 5-9 200
Don L. Springer
G 6-0 192
Emile (Jim) St. Geme Q 5-10 180
Kevin St. Martin
TE 6-2 235
John Stackhouse
C
165
Chantz Staden
RB 5-10 205
Eugene Stagnaro
E 6-0 183
Justin Stallings
WR 6-0 217
Larry Stallings
LB 6-5 208
Tim Stallworth
WR 5-11 171
William Steiger
E 6-0 195
Don Steinbrunner
E 6-3 215
Paul Stensen
K 5-8 146
Kevin Stephenson
OG 6-3 235
Edward L. Stevens
F 5-8 190
Paul Stevens
DE 6-3 247
Brian Stewart
DL 6-1 265
Duane Stewart
DB 6-2 218
Elbert Shorty Stewart C
Kwame Stewart
RB 5-10 228
Kyle Stiffarm
LB 6-0 195
Silas Stites
LG
170
Robert Stogner
WR 5-8 160
Frank Stojack
G 5-10 186
Chuck Stone
C 6-2 185
Earle Stone
C 6-3 198
Fred Stone
Skylar Stormo
TE/DE 6-5 260
Alvin Stout
T 6-3 212
Jay Stoves
LH 6-3 203
Gail B. Strait
C 6-0 195
Thomas E. Strait
HB 5-10 185
Carl Strand
G 5-10 190
Randy Strawn
SLB 6-1 209
Jason Stripling
LB 5-11 215
Andre Stuckey
CB 5-10 180
Elwood Sturdevant
G 5-9 160
Chester Sua
LB 6-1 224
Lee Suksdorf
TE 6-3 196
Nick Susoeff
LE 6-2 210
Clyde Suver
T
180
Harland Svare
E 6-0 195
David E. Swanson
E 6-0 180
Wayne Swayda
DE 6-2 210

Bremerton
Olympic CC
1974-75
Kennewick
Kamiaken
1990-92
Wapato
Wapato
1936-37
Brawley, Calif.
Brawley
1967-68
Pasadena, Calif.
Narbonne
2002-03
Gig Harbor
Peninsula
2003
Auburn
Jefferson
1987-90
Gig Harbor
Peninsula
1998-01
Norristown, Pa.
Norristown
1968-69
Anderson, Calif.
Anderson Union
1990
Abilene
Texas
1934-36
Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1999, 2002
Sprague
1924-26
Olympia
Olympia
1948
Mora, Wash.
1913-14
Seattle
Lindbergh
1976-79
Auburn
Auburn
1968
Everett
1929-30
Seattle
Eastern Washington 2009-10
Olympia
Olympia
1957-59
Walnut Creek, Calif. Northgate
1980-81
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. Santa Margarita
2013-14
Fillmore, Calif.
Moorpark JC
1974
Castro Valley, Calif. Castro Valley
1967-68
Santa Ana, Calif.
Mater Dei
1991-92,94-95
Almota
1903, 05
Seattle
Franklin
1926-28
Westminster, Calif. Westminster
1994
Pullman
1899
Fremont, Calif.
Mission San Jose
1979-82
North Torrance, Calif. North Torrance
2002
Omak
Omak
1939, 41
Spokane
Mead
2009, 11
Puyallup
Puyallup
1947-49
Portland, Ore.
Washington
1935
Los Angeles, Calif.
Loyola
1954
Yakima
Eisenhower
1996
Sunnyside
Sunnyside
1923
Campbell, Calif.
De Anza College
2008, 10
Stockton, Calif.
1931-33
Lawndale, Calif.
Hawthorne
1995
Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1974
Pacioma, Calif.
Montclair Prep
1986-89
Olympia
Olympia
1955-56, 58
Wickersham
Mt. Baker
1950-52
Tacoma
Wilson
1969
Fullerton, Calif.
Servite
1975-76
Cunningham
Lind
1956-58
Tacoma
Clover Park
2004-05
Bellevue
Garfield
1994
Ontario, Calif.
Chino
1994-97
Walla Walla
1903-06
Oakland, Calif.
Skyline
1995
Clarkston
Clarkston
2000-01
Caldwell
Idaho
1914-17
Santa Rosa, Calif.
Santa Rosa JC
1987, 89
Tacoma
1932-34
Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1953
Oswego, Ore.
1938-40
Rosalia
Spokane
1899
Everett, Wash.
Kamiak
2009-11
Tacoma
Clover Park
1949
Centralia
Centralia
1940-42
Spokane
West Valley
1956-57
Spokane
Central Valley
1964
Bremerton
Bremerton
1953
Santa Clara, Calif.
Mitty
1975
Tyler, Texas
Robert E. Lee
2005
Oakland, Calif.
Freemont
1974
Montesano
Montesano
1946-48
Pearl City, Hawaii
Kaimuki
2011-12
Medford, Ore.
Medford
1968-69
Los Angeles, Calif.
1940-42
Ellensburg
1912
Poulsbo
North Kitsap
1950-52
Tacoma
Lincoln
1946-48
Phoenix, Ariz.
Camelback
1967-68

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS
3
3
33
64
9
56

Charles Sweet
Donald Sweet
Rich Swinton
Steve Swift
Josh Swogger
Greg Sykes

HB
K 6-1
RB 5-8
DT-R 6-3
QB 6-5
OG 6-6

154
186
190
230
254
243

Winona
Vancouver, B.C.
Lord Byng
Canoga Park, Calif. Montclair Prep
Seattle
Grays Harbor CC
Youngstown, Ohio
Ursuline
Los Angeles, Calif.
Hollywood

1924-26
1970-71
1987-90
1977-78
2003-04
1979-80

T
39 Tali Talakai
DB 5-9 177 Seattle
Chief Sealth
2008
79 Michael Talbot
OT 6-3 229 San Leandro, Calif. San Leandro
1970-71
30 Taylor Taliulu
S 5-11 196 Aiea, Hawaii
Kamehameha
2012-13
24 Darren Talley
WR 6-0 178 Longview
Mark Morris
1979-82
31 Dwight Tardy
RB 5-10 208 Walnut, Calif.
St. Paul
2006-08
99 Bryan Tarkington
DT 6-4 320 Woodland Hills, Calif. Moorpark JC
2006
83 Zach Tattman
TE 6-5 245 Salem, Ore.
Foothill
2009-10
38 Junior Tautalatasi
RB 5-11 211 Alameda, Calif.
Encinal
1984-85
47 Jesse Taylor
TE 6-3 250 Woodland Hills, Calif. Chaminade
2003-06
3 Joe Taylor
SS 6-0 192 Jersey City, N.J.
Snyder
1980-81, 83
8 Kitrick Taylor
WR 5-11 181 Claremont, Calif.
Pomona
1982-83, 85,86
82 Nian Taylor
WR 6-1 195 Riverside, Calif.
Ramona
1996-99
24 Norman Taylor
G 6-0 205 Glendale, Calif.
1931-32
27 Norman Taylor
E
Olympia
1925-27
20 Paris Taylor
LB 6-3 206 Altamonte Springs, Fla. LA Pierce College
2014
5 Gary Teague
S 6-0 186 Rancho Cordova, Calif. Cordova
1978-79, 81
CB 5-11 188 San Pedro, Calif.
San Pedro
2003-05
21 Alex Teems
19 Colton Teglovic
DB 6-0 193 Sammamish, Wash. Eastlake
2014
37 Richard Temby
H 6-0 185 Tonasket
Tonasket
1955
49 Sam Tennant
LB 6-0 217 Pullman
Pullman
2009
40 Floyd J. Terry
E 6-1 180 Exeter, Calif.
1934-36
WR 5-11 195 Bremerton
West
1966-68
45 Larry Thatcher

Lorne Big Thayer
T
St. Paul, Minn.
1904-07
48 George Theodoratos T 6-2 240 Sacramento, Calif.
1932-34
73 Arnold Thexton
T 6-2 235 Alhambra, Calif.
Alhambra
1962
33 Jeremy Thielbahr
RB 6-2 233 Sandpoint, Idaho
Sandpoint
1998-01
OG-L 6-4 240 Richland
Hanford
1977
78 Steve Thieme
18 Bryant Thomas
DB 6-0 204 Carson, Calif.
San Pedro
1994-97
55 David D. Thomas
C-T 6-0 225 Culver City, Calif.
Culver City
1964-66
36 Elmer Thomas
WR 6-1 184 Dallas, Texas
Carter
1987-88
91 Ernest L. Thomas
DE 6-4 220 Austin, Texas
Anderson
1967, 69
TE 6-2 230 Morgan Hills, Calif. Live Oak
1994-95
44 Jeff Thomas
22 Lionel Thomas
WR 6-1 185 Warren, Ohio
Vern Rosene
1969-70
6 Kevin Thomasson
FS 5-11 184 Sacramento, Calif.
Grant
1984-86
27 Casey Thometz
RB 6-0 210 Marysville
Marysville - Pilchuck
2009
38 Allen Thompson
RB 5-10 205 National City, Calif. Sweetwater
2001, 04
LB 6-2 228 Los Alamitos, Calif. Los Alamitos
1991-92
46 Eric Thompson
22 Harry Thompson
FS 5-9 180 Los Angeles, Calif.
Lake
1971-72
14 Jack Thompson
QB 6-3 215 Seattle
Evergreen
1975-78
19 James Thompson
LH 5-11 179 Seattle
Roosevelt
1942
83 John L. Thompson
DE 6-1 205 Seattle
West
1965-66
85 John Thompson
WR 5-7 185 Spanaaway, Wash. Bethel
2013-14
19 Lamont Thompson
FS 6-2 215 Richmond, Calif.
El Cerrito
1997-99, 2001
53 Larry Thompson
C 6-2 205 Mabton
Mabton
1962-63
64 Melvin W. Thompson G 5-10 180 Pullman
Pullman
1949, 1952-53
48 Tim Thompson
WR 6-1 203 Tacoma
Bellarmine
1970
36 Tom Thompson
OLB 6-1 210 Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1976-78
43 Tony Thompson
TE 6-2 239 Seattle
Ballard
2006, 2008-09
83 Lee Tilleman
DE 6-6 246 Havre, Mont.
Havre
1988-91
1975
93 Steve Timmerman
NG 6-2 237 Huntington Beach, Calif. Edison
9 Jack Timmons
C
175 Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1924-25
8 Shawn Tims
WR 5-11 183 Vallejo, Calif.
Vallejo
1994-97
11 Ed Tingstad
FB 6-1 201 Spanaway
Bethel
1986-88
15 Alex Tinsley
RB 5-11 192 Gilroy, Calif.
Gilroy
1998
25 John Tippins
RB 6-2 220 Santa Monica, Calif. Santa Monica
2001-02
98 Rico Tipton
SLB 6-1 228 Citrus Heights, Calif. San Juan
1981, 83-84
42 Dexter Tisby
TB 5-7 177 Los Angeles, Calif.
Fairfax
1975
66 Robbie Tobeck
OG/C 6-3 265 Tarpon Springs, Fla. NP Richey
1991-92
56 Dave Tobin
C 6-1 252 Bellevue
Newport
1974-75
29 Vernon Todd
DB 5-10 166 San Jose, Calif.
Oak Grove
1987-88
61 Otto Tollefson
LG 5-10 190 Edmonds
Edmonds
1948-49
35 William Tonkin
QB 5-8 157 Seattle
1928-30
15 Tyree Toomer
S 5-11 200 Los Angeles, Calif.
St. John Bosco 2008, 10-12
87 Hugh Toomey
E 6-2 185 Los Angeles, Calif.
Loyola
1954-55
51 Laverne Torgeson
C 6-0 205 La Crosse
La Crosse
1948-50

Alex Torpen
Montesano
1903
46 Don Transeth
WR 6-1 175 San Jose, Calif.
Delmar
1971-72
4 John Traut
PK 6-2 187 Laguna Hills, Calif.
Santa Barbara
1982-85

13
52
78
24
16

47
45
74
10
44
74
197
37
54
25
72
73
12
35
90
27
55
8
31

Rob Treece
Greg Trent
Andy Tribble
Oliver Triggvi
John Troppman
Roy Troup
Tony Truant
Marcus Trufant
Robert K. Trygstad
Jeff Tuel
Phillip Tuivali
Ryan Tujague
Faafetai (Tai) Tupai
Seaula (Junior) Tupai
Junior Tupuola
Don Turner
John Turner
Lewis Turner
Ricky Turner
Robert Turner
Toby Turpin
Dean Turulja
Pili Tutuvanu
Tupo Tuupo
Monte Tweten
Tom Tyrer

FS 5-11 185
LB 5-11 230
OT 6-5 259
QB
160
S 6-1 195
LE
K 5-10 184
CB 6-0 189
T 6-3 288
QB 6-3 221
RB 6-0 226
OT 6-7 305
DT 6-5 318
WR 5-11 186
OLB 6-2 205
CB 6-1 197
T 6-4 250
T 6-2 199
QB 5-11 178
CB 6-2 206
DT 6-5 301
WLB 6-3 192
C 6-2 241
DE 6-3 276
DS 6-0 201
E
163

Snohomish
Snohomish
Keller, Texas
Keller
Salinas, Calif.
Palma
Bellingham
Bellingham
Corte Madera, Calif. Redwood
Nelson, B.C.
Seattle
Shorewood
Tacoma
Wilson
Torrance, Calif.
Gardena
Fresno, Calif.
Clovis West
Kent
West Seattle
Pleasanton, Calif.
Amador Valley
Monterey, Calif.
Monterey
Seaside, Calif.
Monterey
Alameda, Calif.
Encinal
Spokane
University
Klamath Falls, Ore.
Klamath
Spokane
North Central
Compton, Calif.
Compton
Oakland, Calif.
McClymonds
Los Alamitos, Calif. Los Alamitos
Bellevue
Sammamish
Carson, Calif.
Narbonne
Menlo Park, Calif.
Menlo-Atherton
Yakima
Eisenhower
Seattle
Seattle

1982-84
2005-08
1990-92
1922
1976-77
1897
1994-96
1999-02
1964-66
2009-10, 12
1990
1998-99
2000-03
2002
1981-82, 84
2003-06
1950-51
1955-56
1980-83
1992-93
2008-09
1985-86
1980, 82, 84
1998-01
1970
1911-14

U
21 Neti Ulugaono
OLB 6-1 198 Waeimemalo
Hawaii
60 Mike Utley
OG 6-6 302 Seattle
Kennedy

F. Vance

1987
1985-88
1913

V
97 Destiny Vaeao
DL 6-4 290 Pago Pago, American Samoa Tafuna
77 Steven Van Sindersen ST 6-3 240 Bellingham
Bellingham

Cecil F. Vance
HB
Olympia
St. Martins College
76 Dan Verhey
T 6-1 225 Sunnyside
Sunnyside
QB 6-1 196 San Francisco, Calif. St. Ignatius
15 Dan Vaughn
88 Norman Veach
E 6-2 195 Spokane
North Central
55 James Vest
LB 6-4 250 Puyallup
Puyallup
90 Nick Volk
DT 6-2 230 Spokane
Gonzaga
52 Ronald E. Vrlicak
C 6-2 218 Beaverton, Ore.
Beaverton

2012-14
1966-68
1914
1957-58
1989
1955
1967
1985
1964-66

W
60 Aaron Wagner
LB 6-3 250 Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Sec.
2000, 2003
6 Daniel Wagner
P 6-0 214 Portland, Ore.
Jesuit
2011
42 Tom Wagner
LB 6-2 207 Bellevue
Newport
1997-98
Wilson
1998-99
64 Lincoln Walden-Schulz C 6-4 285 Long Beach, Calif.
19 Eric Waldorf
HB
185 Kennewick
1923-25
44 Buddy Waldron
SS 5-11 206 Bellevue
Bellevue
1992
36 Brian (B.T.) Walker
CD 5-10 165 Englewood, N.J.
Hackensack
2006
DB 6-1 180 Colorado Springs, Colo. Widefield
1994-95
6 Brian Walker
34 Jarred Walker
LB 6-2 205 Moses Lake, Wash. Moses Lake
2009
DT 6-1 246 Indianapolis, Ind.
Pike
1979, 81
62 Mike Walker
44 Darroll Waller
H 6-1 195 Spokane
Gonzaga
1945
46 Frank Wallulis
T
192 Roslyn
1930-31
OLB 6-3 208 San Marino, Calif.
San Marino
1982
46 Bob Walsh
15 Benny Ward
WR 6-3 204 Pacoima, Calif.
Birmingham
2005-08
LG 6-2 212 Sequim
Sequim
1941-42
44 William C. Ward
81 Wendell Wardell
T 6-5 230 Billings, Mont.
Billings
1963
67 Clyde Warehime
SLB 6-2 218 Kent
Kent-Meridian
1971-73
RB 5-10 191 Tacoma
Lakes
1976-78, 80
26 Mike Washington
2 Nolan Washington
CB 5-11 192 Seattle
Kennedy
2010-13
Pasco
1952-54
22 Talmadge (Duke) Washington F 5-11 190 Pasco
2 Jerald Waters
SS 5-11 191 Daly City, Calif.
Serramonte
1982-84
32 Brad Watkins
LB 6-3 225 Mountain View, Calif. Mountain View
1974
9 Cedric Watkins
CB 6-1 180 Long Beach, Calif.
Poly
1976
66 Frank Watkins
G 5-10 190 Pullman
Pullman
1954
22 Paul Watson
PK 6-1 195 Vancouver, B.C.
Point Grey Sec.
1977-78
81 Markham Watt
WR 6-0 174 Long Beach, Calif.
Gardena
1982
74 Lee Weatherford
DE 6-3 230 Portland, Ore.
Douglas
1972-74
92 Dan Webber
DE 6-5 260 Bellevue
Eastside Catholic
1987-90
66 Larry Weir
G 5-11 190 Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
1955
77 Victor D. Weitz
T 6-3 190 Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1952-53
76 James Welch
G 5-10 200 Seattle
Lincoln
1953-55

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26
82
82
89
44

24
94
5


21
8
57
16
69

74
13
40
33
88

45
23
34
75
13
97
55
56
28
22
98
34
80
76
95
33
18
93
8
20
31
42
24
24
76
54
77
22
25
27
55
34
13
86
86
17
14
35
74
3

92
71
50
76
95
12
13
48
90
24

94
35

128

Cecil Welchko
H 6-1 175
Doug Wellsandt
TE 6-3 248
Adam West
DE 6-6 265
Harvey West
E 6-0 215
John West
SS 6-1 183
Melville Mel West
Theron West
RB 5-7 175
Kirk Westerfield
DE 6-7 280
Cecil Wetsel
G
195
Harry Wexler
FB
Herbert Wexler
C
183
Jim Whatley
WR 6-0 172
Hugh Wheeler
FB
175
Brent White
DT 6-2 233
Charleston White
CB 5-10 176
Dan White
DT 6-2 242
Daryl Dud White
HB
Jamie White
OT 6-4 263
Jason White
WR 5-11 171
Brian Whiteaker
DE 6-2 225
Mark Whitmire
LB 6-2 222
Brad Whitsell
TE 6-1 212
Fred Whittaker
Rob Whorley
K 6-0 187
Gerard Wicks
RB 5-11 211
Mark Wicks
DHB 6-2 195
Tom Wickert
OT 6-4 247
Jack Wigmore
QB 5-11 175
Anousith Wilaikul
K 5-8 148
Frank Willard
E
175
Bill Williams
OT 6-6 270
Brian Williams
CD 6-1 160
Clarence (Clancy) Williams DB 6-2 195
Clarence (Butch) Williams TE 6-2 236
Courtney Williams
DB 6-1 200
Dom Williams
WR 6-2 192
Eric Williams
DT 6-5 258
Jeremey Williams
DT 6-5 284
Jerry Williams
H 5-10 166
Kristoff Williams
WR 6-2 216
Lenard Williams
DE 6-2 253
Marcus Williams
WR 6-5 231
Mark Williams
TB 5-8 170
Ray Williams
RB 5-9 173
Robert Williams
FB 6-1 207
Vaughn Williams
FB 6-1 205
Virgil Williams
DB 6-1 195
Wallace Williams
OT 6-2 260
Zack Williams
OL 6-4 298
Alan Williamson
T 6-2 205
Michael Willis
WR 6-2 210
Charles Wilson
T 6-0 190
David Wilson
Q 5-9 170
Eboni Wilson
DE 6-2 264
Jack WIlson
S 6-1 187
Jimmy Wilson
WR 6-1 205
Marquess Wilson
WR 6-4 185
Mike Wilson
WR 6-2 203
Michael Wimberly
WR 5-9 167
William Winans
HB
164
Richard Windham
H 5-11 185
John Winslow
OT 6-4 264
Carl Winston
RB 5-8 192
Joe Winston
QB
Brian Winter
LB 6-1 221
Cory Withrow
C 6-4 275
Hap Wolf
C 6-2 228
Steve Wolfe
C 6-4 304
Bernard Wolfgramm DT 6-3 285
Charles Wood
H 6-1 177
Victor Wood
WR 5-10 162
Ben Woodard
TE 6-5 242
Jeron Woodley
DT 6-4 270
James Wooddy
LT 6-0 202
Dennis Woods
Troy Woody
WR 6-3 205
DeMaundray Woolridge RB 5-9 299

Bonners Ferry
Idaho
1936-38
Ritzville
Ritzville
1987-89
Venice, Calif.
Venice
2002-05
Olympia
Olympia
1959-61
Marysville
Granite Falls
1978-81
Rosalia
1903
Compton, Calif.
LA Harbor College
2013-14
Benton City
Kiona-Benton
1988-91
Wenatchee
Wenatchee
1922-23
Pullman
1913, 17
Pullman
1905-08
Bellevue
Interlake
1978-80
Colfax
Colfax
1922
Sparks, Nev.
Reed
1980-81, 84
Amarillo, Texas
Palo Duro
2014
Longview
Morris
1968-69
Cle Elum
1909
Lapwai, Idaho
Lapwai
1981, 84
Milpitas, Calif.
Milpitas
2001
Mill Creek
Jackson
2001
Centralia
Charles Wright
1991-92
Lake Stevens
Lake Stevens
1979
Palouse
1899
Spokane
Mead
1988,90
Long Beach, Calif.
Long Beach Poly
2014
Watertown, S. D.
Watertown
1965-67
San Rafael, Calif.
Redwood
1971-73
Santa Ana, Calif.
Mater Dei
1969-70
Vista, Calif.
Vista
2000
Tacoma
Stadium
1931
Naches
Naches
1984-85
Las Vegas, Nev.
Desert Pines
2006-07
Renton
Renton
1962-64
Seattle
Renton
1989-92
Los Angeles, Calif.
Dorsey
2005-06
Pomona, Calif.
Garey
2012-14
Stockton, Calif.
St. Marys
1981-83
Spokane
Ferris
2000-02
Spokane
N. Central
1946-48
Antioch, Calif.
Deer Valley
2011-14
Chesterfield, S.C.
Iowa Western CC
2011
Oakland, Calif.
Berkeley
1999-00
Seattle
Garfield
1966-68
Pacomia, Calif.
San Fernando
1976-79
Compton, Calif.
Compton
1980-82
Oakland, Calif.
Fremont
1974-75
Tacoma
Curtis
1999, 2001-03
Bakersfield, Calif.
Bakersfield JC
1970-71
Pasadena, Calif.
Glendale College
2009-10
Kelso
Kelso
1956-57
Tacoma
Lincoln
2005-06, 2008
Ellensburg
Ellensburg
1945
Olympia
Olympia
1958
Los Angeles, Calif.
Jefferson
1998
Spokane
Gonzaga Prep
2010
Phoenix, Ariz.
Phoenix Christian
2001
Tulare, Calif.
Tulare Union
2010-11
Carson, Calif.
Carson
1978-80
Gardena, Calif.
El Camino JC
1987-88
Walla Walla
Walla Walla
1921
North Hollywood, Calif. Hollywood
1956-57
Overland Park, Kan. Shawnee Mission S. 1981-83
Harbor City, Calif.
Serrra
2009-12
Spokane
Spokane
1894-97
Tacoma
Curtis
2003-04
Spokane
Mead
1994-97
Yelm
Spokane Falls CC
1974
Puyallup
Puyallup
1989-91, 93
San Mateo, Calif.
College of San Mateo 2009-10
Pullman
Pullman
1937-38
Seattle
Franklin
1986-88
Cheney
Cheney
2005-08
San Jose, Calif.
Oak Grove
1987-90
Albany, Ore.
1939-41
Colfax
1896-99, 1901
Vancouver
Evergreen
1997-98
Keller, Texas
Keller
2005-06

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20
32
56
72
1

James T. Wright
Michael Wright
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
Paul Wulff
John Wyffels
Milton Wynn

T
CB
RB
C
T
WR

6-3
6-0
6-0
6-4
6-0
6-3

240
189
219
274
225
205

Kent
Seattle
Kennedy
Seaside, Calif.
Monterey
Davis, Calif.
Davis
Martinez, Calif.
Alhambra
Lancaster, Calif.
Antelope Valley

Y
36 Harold Yap
G 5-11 180 Honolulu
Punahou
50 George Yarno
DT 6-3 235 Spokane
Ferris
27 Gordon Yeomans
TB 6-0 190 Calgary, Alberta
Maning
70 Mark Young
OG 6-3 270 Vancouver
Ft. Vancouver
87 Ron Young
WR 6-3 210 San Diego, Calif.
Henry
21 Stanley Young
G
173 Spokane

Z
7 John Zaepfel
Q
160 Snohomish
Snohomish
59 Barry Zanck
OT-R 6-2 235 Spokane
Spokane Falls
77 Daryl Zanck
DT 6-3 234 Spokane
Ferris
28 Jack Zane
T 6-2 190 Bellingham
27 John Zaring
RH 6-1 195 Walla Walla
Walla Walla
52 Stanley Zemny
LG 6-1 198 Raymond
1921-23
1 Clarence Zimmerman RE 6-2 178 Everett
Everett
41 Farwan Zubedi
WR 5-10 171 North Vancouver, B.C. Chaffey
HB 5-11 167 Waitsburg
36 Walter Zuger

1941-42, 46
1988-91
1989-92
1986-89
1960-61
2000

1929-30
1975-78
1971-72
1974-75
1989-90
1924-25

1921-23
1977
1973
1928
1961
1914-17
1997-00
1934-36

***
In 2002 WSU began compiling roster information on all players who have earned varsity letters. The
project is on-going. If you have missing information for players prior to 1950, please e-mail the information
to wsstevens@wsu.edu.

ADMINISTRATION

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ADMINISTRATION

Dr. Daniel J.
BERNARDO
Interim President


The Washington State University Board of Regents named Dr. Daniel J. Bernardo Interim President July 7, 2015, succeeding Elson S. Floyd,
who passed away June 20, 2015, following eight years as the WSU President.

Bernardo has served as Provost and Executive Vice President of
Washington State University, first in an interim role before being named
to the position in May 2014. As Provost and Executive Vice President,
Bernardo served as the senior academic officer for the university and
had responsibility for academic planning; budgeting; diversity programs,
international programs, enrollment management, and recruitment and
retention of faculty, staff, and students. Reporting to the President, the
Provost and Executive Vice President worked with a team of academic
deans, vice provosts, senior administrators, faculty, staff, and student
governance bodies to formulate and implement policies in furtherance
of WSUs strategic goals.

Bernardo has extensive experience in higher education including teaching, research, administration, and policy development
at the university, college, and department levels. Previously, Dr.
Bernardo served as Vice President for Agriculture and Extension and
Dean of the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) from 2005-2013. In that position, he was responsible
for administering teaching, research, and outreach programs in food,
agriculture, natural resources and human sciences. Together, CAHNRS

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and WSU Extension have over 2,200 employees and an annual operating
budget of over $180 million. As Dean of CAHNRS, he led efforts to reinvigorate WSUs food and agricultural programs, including raising over
$220 million in private contributions to fund endowed chairs, facility improvements, and programmatic activities.

Prior to moving to Washington State, Bernardo was professor and
department head of the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University from 1995-2005. Bernardo was on the Agricultural
Economics faculty at Oklahoma State University from 1985-1995, where
he conducted research and taught courses on a variety of topics, including production economics, water resource policy, and agribusiness
economics. Dr. Bernardo has published over 200 papers on various agricultural economics topics.

Bernardo has a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Washington
State University and a B.S. in Agricultural and Managerial Economics
from the University of California, Davis.

ADMINISTRATION

Bill
MOOS

Director of Athletics


William H. (Bill) Moos began his duties as Washington State University Director of Athletics April 15, 2010. Moos, a 2004 recipient of
the prestigious WSU Alumni Achievement Award, was named athletics
director by WSU President Elson S. Floyd Feb. 24, 2010.
Since arriving in Pullman Moos has wasted no time in making his
impact felt in Cougar Athletics, spearheading a department-wide rebranding effort with Nike while securing a 10-year, $35 million marketing rights agreement with IMG College. In addition he gained Regents
approval for a $130 million addition and remodel of Martin Stadium, featuring a remodeled press box with luxury seating, including suites, loge
boxes and club room. Also included in the project was a state-of-theart video board and an 80,000-square-foot football operations building
which serves as the stadiums showpiece and opened in May, 2014.
As the dean of Pac-12 athletic directors, Moos was at the forefront
of the conferences procurement of a 12-year, $3 billion television contract with FOX and ESPN, a landmark agreement in college athletics. In
the five years under Moos direction, the Cougar Athletic Funds Annual
Giving program has seen an 81 percent increase in gifts while CAF donor
members have risen from nearly 4,000 to more than 6,000.

Additional facility enhancements under Moos include a center
hung video board in Beasley Coliseum which was installed prior to the
2011-12 season, giving Cougar Basketball one of the premier fan experiences in the conference. An indoor golf hitting facility was also completed in early 2013 and Lower Soccer Field has undergone a major renovation making the venue TV-ready while also providing one of the best
playing surfaces on the west coast, along with the addition of lights and
a new scoreboard. Other enhancements have been made to the track
facility, the baseball stadium, the basketball practice gym, the swimming facility and the indoor tennis courts, with more improvements on
the horizon.

In Moos first five years at WSU, Cougar student-athletes have accounted for 616 academic all-conference selections, 105 all-conference
accolades and 42 All-America honors.

Moos has enjoyed a long and distinguished career in collegiate
athletics, serving as the University of Oregon director of athletics from
1995-2007. While at Oregon he oversaw a 17-sport athletic department
that grew to national prominence during his tenure.
Oregons annual athletic department budget grew from $18.5 million in his first year to more than $40 million by 2007, becoming 100 percent self-sufficient during that time. Under his direction the Duck Fund
donor base increased from 4,930 to 12,290, resulting in an annual gifts
increase from $4.1 million to $15.3 million.
Moos initiated more than $160 million in facility improvements while
at Oregon. Included in that was the $90 million Autzen Stadium renovation in 2002, which added 12,000 new seats, 32 new suites, a new Club
at Autzen and a new press box to the stadium. In his 12 years the Ducks
ranked first in Pac-10 football attendance 11 times, reaching 100 percent
capacity in each of those seasons.
Additional facility improvements included the opening of the $14.6
million Ed Moshofsky Sports Center and Pap and Kilkenny Fields project, as well as an expansion of the varsity athletic weight room, indoor
and outdoor tennis facilities, and renovations to McArthur Court and
Hayward Field.
During Moos tenure, Oregon athletics captured 13 Pac-10 championships across six different sports. He increased opportunities for
women by adding two intercollegiate programs, soccer and lacrosse,
and negotiated an all-inclusive shoe and apparel contract with Nike, one
of only 14 in the country at the time.

From an academic
standpoint during Moos
tenure, Oregon studentathletes collected 722
academic all-conference
selections, 34 Academic
All-America selections,
nine NCAA post Graduate Scholars and one
NCAA Top VIII Award.
Moos assumed the duties
of director of athletics in
July 1995, after five years
in the same position at
the University of Montana. During his Montana
tenure, he created an academic support program
and hired its first athletic
academic coordinator,
developed a facility enhancement plan that created more than $4 million
in improvements, and
lifted the schools fundraising efforts to show a
300 percent increase in
private and corporate gifts.
During his Montana tenure (1990-95), he created an academic support program and hired its first athletic academic coordinator, developed a facility enhancement plan that created more than $4 million in
improvements, and lifted the schools fund-raising efforts to show a 300
percent increase in private and corporate gifts.
Academically, Montana student-athletes were equally successful
as the athletic department achieved a graduation rate 20 percent higher
than the general university enrollment. Under Moos watch Montana
garnered 269 academic all-conference selections, five Academic AllAmericans and two NCAA Post Graduate Scholar winners.
Moos began his athletics career in 1982 as assistant athletics director at Washington State University and also served as the schools associate director (1988-90). At Washington State, he was director of development for more than five years and associate director for nearly two
years, supervising all external operations. Prior to that, he managed and
owned private businesses in Washington and Oregon for eight years.
He was a student assistant football coach at Washington State for
the 1973 season, then spent part of 1974 in Washington, D.C., serving as
a government intern.
Raised on a wheat and cattle ranch in eastern Washington, Moos attended high school in Olympia when his father served in the governors
cabinet.
Moos earned his bachelors degree in history from WSU and was a
three-year letterman in football before concluding his collegiate career
by representing Washington State in the 1972 East-West Shrine all-star
game in San Francisco. He served as co-captain on the Cougars 1972
squad and garnered All-Pac-8 Conference First Team honors.
Moos and his wife Kendra have three daughters: Christa, Brittany
and Kaiti; and two sons, Bo and Benjamin.

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ADMINISTRATION

Mike
MARLOW

Deputy Director of Athletics


When Bill Moos was named Washington States Director of Athletics in the spring of 2010, he did not wait long to offer Mike
Marlow the opportunity to return to his alma matter. As deputy director of athletics, Marlow oversees the Cougar Athletic Fund (CAF),
marketing, ticket operations and communication efforts, as well as serving as the departments liaison to IMG College and the Pac12 Networks. Additionally, he serves as the athletic directors day-to-day administrator for the WSU football, mens basketball and
baseball programs.


Under Marlows direction, the CAF has seen record numbers, both in terms of membership and contributions, while home football
attendance improved to 93.5 percent in 2014, the highest total at WSU since the 2006 season. He served as the point person for WSUs 10-year, $35 million IMG
College contract,