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2011 Information Guide
2011 WEBER STATE
FOOTBALL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WSU 2011 Schedule......................................1
Quick Facts....................................................2
Radio Information..........................................3
Athletics Media Relations.............................4
Follow the Wildcats.......................................5
Weber State Coaches.............................. 6-14
Head Coach Ron McBride...................... 6-9
Football Support Staff........................... 15-17
Big Sky Conference....................................18
Player profiles........................................ 19-62
Roster................................................... 20-23
Pronunciation Guide.................................22
2010 season stats.................................. 63-66
History and Records........................... 67-103
Year-by-year results..................................68
Wildcat Head Coaches..............................69
Year-by-year game results.................. 70-74
Record against opponents................. 75-78
All-time NFL Draft picks............................79
All-time CFL Draft picks............................80
All-Americans............................................81
Statistical leaders and records........ 83-102
All-time attendance averages.................103
Stewart Stadium................................ 104-105
2011 Opponents composite schedule.....106
Credits
The 2011 Weber State Football Information Guide
was created, designed and edited by Paul Grua,
Athletics Media Relations Director. Thanks to Matt
Gerrish who assisted with the history and records
section.
2011 WILDCAT SCHEDULE
Sept. 3
at Wyoming
7:00 p.m.
Sept. 10
at Utah State
6:00 p.m.
Sept. 17 *Sacramento State
6:00 p.m.
Sept. 24
*at Northern Colorado
1:30 p.m.
Oct. 1
*at Eastern Washington 1:30 p.m.
Oct. 15
*Idaho State
4:00 p.m.
Oct. 22
Southern Utah
4:00 p.m.
Oct. 29
*at Montana
1:00 p.m.
Nov. 5
*Montana State
1:30 p.m.
Nov. 12
*Northern Arizona
1:30 p.m.
Nov. 19
*at Portland State
2:00 p.m.
Photo Credits
Player, coaches, staff, and action shots by
Robert Casey of Casey Fotografiks.
Acknowledgment
Special thanks and acknowledgment to BRAD
LARSEN who retired in March 2011 after 31 YEARS
as Media Relations Director for Weber State Athletics. Thanks to Brad for ALL HIS SUPPORT and all
he did for the Wildcats.
All times are Mountain and subject to change
*Big Sky Conference game
On the Cover
Nick Webb, J.C. Oram, Brian Jankowski, Caleb
Turner, Tyson Tiatia, Adam Sagapolutele-White,
Head Coach Ron McBride.
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WSU FOOTBALL
QUICK FACTS
GENERAL INFORMATION
Name of School..................... Weber State University
Location...................................................Ogden, Utah
Founded.................................. 1889 (Four-year 1962)
Enrollement......................................................24,000
Nickname...................................................... Wildcats
School colors.................................. Purple and White
Affiliation................................. NCAA Division I (FCS)
Conference......................................................Big Sky
Stadium (Capacity)............ Stewart Stadium (17,500)
Playing Surface....................................................Turf
President..........................................Dr. F. Ann Millner
Athletic Director......................................Jerry Bovee
Associate A.D./SWA.............................. Amy Crosbie
Website...................................WeberStateSports.com
ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS
Media Relations Director...........................Paul Grua
Office phone....................................... (801) 626-7414
Cell phone...........................................(801) 452-3811
Email.............................................. [email protected]
Fax...................................................... (801) 626-6490
Press Box........................................... (801) 626-6588
Dir. of Publications/Digital Media..........Darin Hogge
Media Relations Assistant................. Justin Johnson
Mailing Address....................... 2701 University Circle
Weber State University
Ogden, UT 84408-2702
TEAM INFORMATION
2010 record............................................................6-5
2010 Big Sky record/finish..........................5-3 / t3rd
Offensive formation........................................Multiple
Defensive formation..............................................4-3
Lettermen Returning / lost.............................. 38 / 17
Starters Returning (O/D/SP).......................... 6 / 7 / 1
TEAM HISTORY
First year............................................................. 1962
All-time record................................. 257-269-3 (.486)
All-time Big Sky record...................... 139-179 (.437)
Big Sky Titles................................4 / ‘65, ‘68, ‘87, ‘08
FCS Playoff Apperances.............4 / ‘87, ‘91, ‘08, ‘09
COACHING STAFF
Head Coach.............................................Ron McBride
Alma Mater................................... San Jose State ‘ 63
Record at Weber State............. 38-32 (.543) / 6 years
Big Sky record at Weber State............... 29-18 (.617)
Overall record....................... 126-95 (.570) / 18 years
Football Office Phone........................ (801) 626-8640
Best time to call....................................... Contact SID
ASSISTANT COACHES
Asst. Head Coach / OC / WR.................Matt Hammer
Co-Def. Coordinator / Saf. / ST..............Jake Cookus
Co-Def. Coordinator / Linebackers....... Colton Swan
Quarterbacks............................................ Jason Beck
Cornerbacks...........................................Andre Dyson
Defensive Ends..................................... Jason Kaufusi
Tight Ends / Video Coordinator..........Tom Stackaruk
Offensive Line........................................Cecil Thomas
Defensive Tackles...............................John Zamberlin
Running Backs...................................... Brian Zeches
Director of Football Operations........ Kamaal Ahmad
Student Assistant Coach.......................Trevyn Smith
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RADIO
INFORMATION
CARL ARKY
Voice of the Wildcats
Carl Arky returns for his 14th season as the radio voice for Weber
State Athletics. For Wildcat football games he will be joined in the booth by
former WSU standout Ty Sparrow.
Arky began at Weber State in 1998. He was a member of the WSU
Athletic Department, serving as the Director of Broadcast Services for five
years before moving on in September of 2002 to become the afternoon sports
anchor at KFAN Sports Radio in Salt Lake City.
Before coming to Weber State, Arky had been the Sports Director at
KTVX-TV (ABC 4) in Salt Lake City and served as the color analyst on the
televised games of the Salt Lake Buzz Triple AAA baseball team. He also
served as the television voice for Pro Rodeo on ESPN for four seasons.
A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Arky graduated from the University of
Missouri School of Journalism in 1977. His first full-time position came in 1978
at KTUL-TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he served as a sportscaster and was
the producer/host of the Jimmy Johnson Oklahoma State Football Coaches
Show. Arky came to Utah in 1983 where he worked at KUTV-TV Channel 2
in Salt Lake City.
In 1987, he left to become the Director of Broadcasting for the Utah
Jazz. There he was responsible for the production and syndication of all
Utah Jazz radio and television programming, and served as the color analyst on those broadcasts. After two seasons with the Jazz, Arky formed his
own production company (C.A.P.) and broadcasted cable TV games of the
Sacramento Kings, as well as the Western Athletic Conference Game of the
Week, Air Force Blue-White Network and selected games for the University
of Utah from 1989 through 1991.
Arky is married to Deborah Linder, they are the parents of two sons,
Jake and Sam.
WILDCATS ON THE ZONE
Beginning this season Weber State Athletics will have a new partnership
with 1280 KZNS “The Zone” to broadcast all Weber State football and men’s
basketball games. The Zone will be the exclusive radio home for the Wildcats
and will air all football and men’s basketball games live.
Longtime play-by-play voice of the Wildcats Carl Arky will continue to
broadcast all of Weber State’s football and men’s basketball home and away
games. A pre and post-game show will continue to be a part of every WSU game.
In addition, the Zone will air a weekly coaches show and will have an increased
football pre-game show, which will include tailgating at all football home games.
The Zone is an all-sports radio station in Salt Lake City that has covered
Utah sports for years. In addition to being aired on 1280, many of WSU’s games
will be simulcast on 97.5 on the FM dial, further increasing the coverage of the
Wildcats. The games will also be available live online at 1280thezone.com.
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ATHLETICS
MEDIA RELATIONS
Paul Grua is in his seventh year at Weber State. In April 2011 he was named to the position of Media Relations for the Wildcats.
In his role at Media Relations Director, Grua serves as the primary media contact for all of WSU’s 16 NCAA sponsored sports, with
specific responsibilities for football, men’s basketball, and men’s and women’s track and field.
In his seven years with Weber State Athletics Grua has worked in the media relations and marketing and promotions. He began
working at Weber State in January 2004 as a Sports Information Assistant, where he handled men’s and women’s Indoor and Outdoor
Track and Field and Men’s and Women’s Tennis for Weber State. He served as the media coordinator for the 2004 Big Sky Tennis
Championship and 2004 Big Sky Outdoor Track and Field Championships, both held in Ogden.
In August 2004 he was hired full-time as the Assistant Media Relations Director. In October 2005 Grua was the media coordinator
for the 2005 Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships in Ogden and in 2007 he was the media coordinator for the NCAA Mountain
Region Cross Country Championships, also in Ogden. He was also the Meet Director for the 2010 Big Sky Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field
Championships at Weber State.
In 2008 Grua moved to the Marketing & Promotions department with the athletic department where he was the Assistant Marketing & Promotions Director.
In 2010 he was named Marketing Coordinator and was responsible for the Marketing of all of WSU Athletics as well as game management and operations.
Prior to coming to Weber State, Grua worked as the Assistant Information Director for the Big Sky Conference in the fall of 2003 where was the league contact for women’s soccer and men’s and women’s Cross Country. He served as the media coordinator for the 2003 Big Sky Women’s Soccer Championship.
A native of Ogden, Grua graduated from Weber State University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication. While a student at Weber State, he
served as Sports Director for both the campus radio station KWCR and the Weber State Television News station. He also helped the WSU Sports Information office with the computer statistical program for men’s and women’s basketball games. He has also worked as a producer at Sports Radio 1280 “The
Zone” in Salt Lake City and as an intern for KSL-TV. During the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics he worked as a broadcasting systems operator. He is a
1995 graduate of Ogden High School.
Grua is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Professional Communication from Weber State. Grua married Melissa Hales in July 2005. The couple
has two boys, Seth (4) and Levi (1).
Paul Grua
(Media Relations Director - FB, MBB, XC, TF)
Email.................................................................. [email protected]
Office......................................................................... 801-626-7414
Cell.............................................................................801-452-3811
Justin Johnson
(Media Relations Assistant - WBB, VB, SOC, SFB)
Email...................................................... [email protected]
Cell............................................................................ 801-690-6891
Darin Hogge
(Director of Publications and Digital Media - TEN, GOLF)
Email............................................................... [email protected]
Office......................................................................... 801-626-6012
Cell............................................................................ 801-725-8868
Darin Hogge
GAME CREDENTIALS
Justin Johnson
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Only working press and scouts, with advance notice, will be allowed access
to the press box. Area media who normally cover Weber State Athletic events
will receive a Press Pass good for Stadium entrance AND Parking, prior to
the beginning of the season. All others desiring credentials should contact
Paul Grua at least one week in advance. Requests for Press, Photography,
Broadcast and Scouting passes will be honored as they are received. If time
permits, they will be mailed. If not, they may be picked up at the will call
window, located in the Ticket Booth on the northwest side of Stewart Stadium.
Press Parking is located in the lot north of Stewart Stadium.
All photographers must have a photographers pass to gain access to the
field. Only photographers from working media or for WSU Media Relations
purposes will be granted a pass. Per NCAA rules photographers are prohibited between the 25-yard lines.
PRESS BOX AND AREA ACCESS
Coaches and player will have a mandatory 10 minute cooling off period. That
period begins when all players and coaches enter the locker room. Both
locker rooms are closed to the media.
Press and Media members enter the Press Box facility on the sixth floor of
the Stewart Stadium SkySuites. Passes must be presented or shown for
elevator access. A wireless network is available and open to all guests.
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RADIO LINES
There are two courtesy radio lines available in the Visiting Radio Booth,
located on the sixth floor of the Press Box and inside the press room area.
POST-GAME INTERVIEWS
The post-game press interview room is located on third floor of the Stadium.
Coaches and players will be brought to the room approximately 15 minutes
after the completion of the game.
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FOLLOW THE
WILDCATS
WeberStateSports.com
The official website of Weber State Athletics
Watch games on the
Internet...for free
WeberStateSports.com is the official website for
Weber State Athletics. Visit the site for information
For the sixth season fans can now
watch the Wildcats from your comincluding scores, results, schedules, videos, bios,
puter...for free. The Big Sky Conferand other information about Weber State Athletics.
ence’s video streaming web service
The site will feature live stats for all home games, as
will bring fans all football, volleyball
well as updated stats, bios on coaches and players,
and men’s and women’s basketball
pictures, and much more.
games held in league venues.
A re-design of the website will launch in the Fall
Big Sky TV, the Big Sky Conference’s comprehensive
2011.
video streaming, allows fans to watch all football, volleyball,
and men’s and women’s basketball games held in Big Sky
venues free of charge.
This is the third season that the Big Sky has teamed with
America One (formerly B2 Networks) to distribute Big Sky
TV. Fans can enter Big Sky TV through bigskytv.org, or
through b2tv.com.
Big Sky TV brings more than 400 live events to viewers around the world each season. During the 2010-11
season, more than 30,000 fans registered to view Big
Sky TV events. Since its inception in the fall of 2006, Big
Sky TV has produced more than 1,600 games and press
conferences, including Football Championship Subdivision
playoff games, as well as Big Sky volleyball, soccer, track
and field, and basketball championships.
SOCIAL MEDIA
Now you can keep up and chat about what’s going on with the Wildcats. Join the Weber State Athletics
fan page on Facebook at facebook.com/weberstateathletics.
Keep up with the Wildcats by becoming a follower on Twitter at twitter.com/weberstate.
See video highlights and interviews with the Wildcats on YouTube at youtube.com/weberstatesports.
facebook.com/weberstateathletics
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HEAD COACH
RON MCBRIDE
Ron McBride
Head Coach
7th season
Legendary Weber State head coach Ron McBride is in his
seventh season as head coach of the Wildcats and his 20th
season as a Division I head coach. He has been coaching at
the Division I level since 1965.
or honorable mention honors. In addition, 10 players earned
Second or Third Team All-America honors.
The ‘Cats had another strong year in 2009 where they finished
7-5 overall and 6-2 in Big Sky action, finishing in a tie for second
in the league standings. They also advanced to the FCS playoffs for the second consecutive season.
In 2010 Mac led the ‘Cats to their third-straight winning season for the first time in 12 seasons. Weber State was 6-5 on the
year with a 5-3 record in Big Sky play. They defeated Montana
for the second time in the three seasons and also had a wild
four-overtime win over Northern Colorado.
Coach McBride will turn 72 in October 2011. He is currently
the sixth oldest active head coach in Division I football. Penn
State’s Joe Pateron, Albany’s Bob Ford, Appalachian State’s
Jerry Moore, Kansas State’s Bill Snyder and Florida Atlantic’s
Howard Schnellenberger are the five head coaches older than
McBride.
WEBER STATE
Coach McBride was named the ninth coach in Weber State
history in December 2004, marking his return to the state of
Utah as a head coach. In his six seasons since joining the
Wildcats Coach Mac has posted a 38-32 overall record at Weber State and is 29-18 in Big Sky Conference games. He has
also led the Wildcats to the NCAA FCS Playoffs two times and
brought WSU its first Big Sky trophy since in 40 years.
In his first season with the Wildcats (2005) he led the Wildcats to a 6-5 record after winning just one game the previous
season. In his first game as head coach Weber State set a
new attendance record at Stewart Stadium. That season also
included a 28-23 win at No. 6 Eastern Washington.
In 2006 the Wildcats posted a 4-7 record and the ‘Cats were
5-6 in 2007 but finish the year winning five of their last season
games.
The highlight season for Coach Mac came in 2008 when the
Wildcats came out of nowhere to win the Big Sky and post a
10-4 record. WSU was 7-1 in the Big Sky and advanced to the
FCS playoffs for the first time since 1991 and only the third time
in school history. Sophomore quarterback Cameron Higgins
was named Big Sky MVP. The season included a 45-28 win
over Montana, the first victory over the Grizzlies in ten seasons.
The Wildcats defeated third-ranked Cal Poly in the first round of
the playoffs before losing to Montana in the second round. The
ten wins were the most for Weber State in 21 years.
McBride’s 2008 squad produced 12 players who earned First
Team
All-Big
Sky honors
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KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS
Coach McBride came to Weber State after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at the University of Kentucky under
his old colleague, Rich Brooks. McBride coached the inside
linebackers at Kentucky for the 2003 and 2004 seasons.
UTAH UTES
Coach Mac is known for his success in revitalizing the football
program at the University of Utah. He had three different stints
at Utah, twice as an assistant, before becoming head coach.
His first taste of Utah came in 1977 when he followed Wayne
Howard from Long Beach State to Utah. McBride was named
Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line coach for the Utes
for five seasons under Howard and one under Chuck Stobart.
McBride then left the Utes to join the staff at the University of
Wisconsin where he was offensive line coach for the Badgers.
When former Weber State assistant coach Jim Fassel was
named head coach at Utah in 1985, he summoned McBride to
coach the Ute offensive linemen, which he did for two seasons.
In 1987 McBride left to become assistant head coach and offensive line coach at the University of Arizona under Dick Tomey.
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Following the 1989 season, McBride returned to Utah when
he was named head coach of the Utes. During his 13 seasons as head coach of the Utes, McBride guided his teams to
an overall mark of 88-63. Those 88 victories are still the second most wins by a coach in Utah football history. He took the
Utes to six bowl games, a noteworthy feat considering Utah had
played in just three bowl games in the previous 97 years and
hadn’t played in one since 1964. In 1994 his team won a thenschool record 10 games and attained the highest post-season
ranking at the time, in school history climbing to No. 8 in the
USA Today/ESPN poll and No. 10 in the Associated Press poll.
That team concluded its season with a 16-13 win over Arizona
in the Freedom Bowl. His 1999 squad beat Fresno State 17-16
in the Las Vegas Bowl and his 2001 team beat USC 10-6 also in
the Freedom Bowl. McBride also excelled in the in-state rivalry
games, rebuilding the rivalry with BYU. His Utes won six of its
last 11 games against the Cougars, after losing 16 of the previous 18 games. Under coach Mac, Utah also dominated Utah
State, posting an 11-2 record against the Aggies.
EARLY MAC
A native of Los Angeles, California, McBride was an all-city
football and baseball star at South Gate High School. He
played football at San Jose State from 1959 to 1962 and served
as team captain his senior year. He later played professionally
with the San Jose Apaches for the USA League.
Bowl championship team in 2010. In 2008 Dimitri Tsoumpas
was selected with the second overall pick in the Canadian Football League draft by the Calgary Stampeders.
In his days with the Utes McBride coached notable players
like Jamal Anderson who played for the Atlanta Falcons. Running back Mike Anderson was the 2000 NFL Offensive Rookie
of the Year for the Denver Broncos. Kevin Dyson was the first
receiver taken in the 1998 NFL Draft and was a starter with the
Tennessee Titans in the 2000 Super Bowl. Luther Ellis was an
all-pro and two-time Pro Bowler defensive lineman for the Detroit Lions . Steve Smith is a four-time NFL Pro Bowler and a
three-time All-Pro selection with the Carolina Panthers. Jordan
Gross was selected with the eighth pick of the 2003 Draft by the
Carolina Panthers and is a three-time Pro Bowl selection.
In April 2008, Coach McBride was honored by the Utah
Football Coaches Association and given the first ever Lifetime
Achievement Award for his contributions to football in the state
of Utah.
In March 2010 he and his wife Vicky celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary. Mac has four children: Danny, Mike, Kelly, and Jill. McBride’s son-in-law John Baxter, who is married
to daughter Jill, is the assistant head coach at Fresno State
University.
His coaching career began in 1965 when he served as the
freshman team coach at San Jose State and also served as the
defensive coordinator and linebacker coach. In 1966, he left
to become an assistant coach at Piedmont Hills High School
until 1968. He then returned to the collegiate coaching ranks,
serving as an assistant coach at Gavilan Junior College from
1969 through 1971. His long association with Wayne Howard
began in 1972 when he became the offensive coordinator and
offensive line coach under Howard at the now-defunct football
program at UC Riverside. In 1974, Howard took McBride and
most of the staff to Long Beach State where they coached for
three seasons before coming to the University of Utah.
MAC PRODUCES PLAYERS
Coach McBride has sent a steady stream of players into the
NFL. Since taking over the ranks at Weber State, Coach Mac
has had five players drafted into the NFL. After his first season
with the Wildcats, two of his Wildcats, Paul and Pat McQuistan
were selected in the 2006 NFL Draft. Paul was a third round selection of the Oakland Raiders and Pat was selected in the seventh round by the Dallas Cowboys. In 2008, David Hale was
selected in the fourth round by the Baltimore Ravens. In 2009,
J.D. Folsom was drafted in the seventh round by the Miami Dolphins and in 2010, Tim Toone was selected with the last pick of
the draft by the Detroit Lions and was known as “Mr. Irrelevant”.
In addition, Marcus Mailei signed with the Philadelphia Eagles
in 2009 and was a member of the New Orleans Saints Super
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HEAD COACH
RON MCBRIDE
RON McBRIDE vs.
ALL OPPONENTS
McBride’s Coaching Time Line
1965
San Jose State...........Freshman Coach/Def. Coordinator/Linebackers
1966-68
Piedmont Hills HS...............................................Defensive Coordinator
1969-71
Gavilan JC................................ Offensive Coordinator / Offensive Line
1972-73
UC Riverside....................................................... Offensive Coordinator
1974-76
Long Beach State................................................ Offensive Coordinator
1977-82 Utah...................................................................... Offensive Coordinator
1983-84 Wisconsin......................................................................... Offensive Line
1985-86 Utah................................................................................... Offensive Line
1987-89 Arizona..................................... Assistant Head Coach / Offensive Line
1990-02 Utah....................................................................................... Head Coach
2003-04 Kentucky............................................................................... Linebackers
2005-
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2011 WSU opponents in BOLD
OPPONENT
OVERALL
AT WSU
Air Force......................................... 4-6......................0-0
Arizona........................................... 1-2......................0-0
Arizona State.................................. 0-2......................0-0
Boise State..................................... 0-3......................0-1
Boston College............................... 0-1......................0-1
Brigham Young............................... 6-7......................0-0
Cal Poly.......................................... 2-2......................2-0
California........................................ 0-1......................0-0
UC Davis........................................ 1-0......................1-0
Colorado State................................ 4-8......................0-2
Dixie State...................................... 1-0......................1-0
*Eastern Washington............3-3................. 3-3
Fort Lewis....................................... 1-0......................1-0
Fresno State................................... 4-4......................0-1
Hawai’i............................................ 3-4......................0-1
Idaho............................................... 0-1......................0-1
*Idaho State..........................7-0................. 6-0
Indiana............................................ 2-0......................0-0
Kansas............................................ 2-0......................0-0
Louisiana-Monroe........................... 1-0......................0-0
Louisville......................................... 2-0......................0-0
Michigan......................................... 0-1......................0-0
Minnesota....................................... 1-0......................0-0
*Montana...............................2-5................. 2-5
*Montana State.....................1-5................. 1-5
Montana-Western........................... 1-0......................1-0
Nebraska........................................ 0-1......................0-0
*Northern Colorado...............5-0................. 5-0
New Mexico.................................... 8-5......................0-0
North Dakota State......................... 0-1......................0-1
*Northern Arizona.................4-2................. 4-2
Oregon............................................ 2-3......................0-0
Oregon State.................................. 2-0......................0-0
*Portland State......................4-2................. 4-2
Rice................................................ 1-1......................0-0
*Sacramento State................4-2................. 4-2
San Diego State............................. 5-5......................0-0
San Jose State............................... 1-0......................0-0
South Florida.................................. 1-0......................0-0
Southern Methodist........................ 1-1......................0-0
Southern Utah.......................2-0................. 2-0
Stanford.......................................... 1-1......................0-0
TCU................................................ 2-0......................0-0
Texas Tech...................................... 0-1......................0-1
Tulsa............................................... 1-1......................0-0
UNLV.............................................. 4-0......................0-0
USC................................................ 1-1......................0-0
Utah................................................ 0-1......................0-1
Utah State............................11-2................ 0-0
UTEP.............................................. 8-1......................0-0
Washington State........................... 1-2......................0-0
Western State................................. 1-0......................1-0
William & Mary................................ 0-1......................0-1
Wisconsin....................................... 0-1......................0-0
Wyoming................................7-5................. 0-1
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HEAD COACH
RON MCBRIDE
RON McBRIDE’S
FOUR-YEAR LEVEL COACHING CREDITS
YEAR SCHOOL
1965
1972
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1974
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1977
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2003
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2006
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2008
2009
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OVERALL CONF.
POST-SEASON
Assistant.............San Jose State..................................... 5-5
Assistant.............UC Riverside........................................ 9-1
Assistant.............UC Riverside........................................ 8-2
Assistant.............Long Beach State................................ 6-5
Assistant.............Long Beach State................................ 9-2
Assistant.............Long Beach State................................ 8-3
ASSISTANT.........UTAH
............................................. 3-8
ASSISTANT.........UTAH
............................................. 8-3
ASSISTANT.........UTAH
............................................. 6-6
ASSISTANT.........UTAH
.......................................... 5-5-1
ASSISTANT.........UTAH
.......................................... 8-2-1
ASSISTANT.........UTAH
............................................. 5-6
Assistant.............Wisconsin............................................. 7-4
Assistant.............Wisconsin.......................................... 7-4-1
ASSISTANT.........UTAH
............................................. 8-4
ASSISTANT.........UTAH
............................................. 2-9
Assistant.............Arizona .......................................... 4-4-3
Assistant.............Arizona ............................................. 9-2
Assistant.............Arizona ............................................. 8-3
UTAH...................4-7
2-6 / 7th
UTAH...................7-5
4-4 / 4th
UTAH...................6-6
4-4 / T5th........ Copper Bowl (L)
UTAH...................7-6
5-3 / T4th......Freedom Bowl (L)
UTAH...................10-2
6-2 / T2nd....Freedom Bowl (W)
UTAH...................7-4
6-2 / T1st
UTAH...................8-4
6-2 / T2nd....... Copper Bowl (L)
UTAH...................6-5
5-3 / T2nd
UTAH...................7-4
5-3 / T3rd
UTAH...................9-3
5-2 / T1st.. Las Vegas Bowl (W)
UTAH...................4-7
3-4 / 5th
UTAH...................8-4
4-3 / T3rd.. Las Vegas Bowl (W)
UTAH...................5-6
3-4 / T4th
Assistant.............Kentucky............................................. 4-8
Assistant.............Kentucky............................................. 2-9
WEBER STATE....6-5
4-3 / T4th
WEBER STATE....4-7
3-5 / T5th
WEBER STATE....5-6
4-4 / T4th
WEBER STATE...10-4
7-1 / T1st.. FCS Playoffs 2nd RD
WEBER STATE....7-5
6-2 / T2nd..FCS Playsoff 1st RD
WEBER STATE....6-5
McBride vs. the Big Sky
TEAM
OVERALL
Eastern Washington
3-3
*Idaho State
7-0
Montana
2-5
Montana State
1-5
Northern Arizona
3-2
Northern Colorado
5-0
Portland State
4-2
Sacramento State
4-2
HOME
1-2
*4-0
2-1
0-3
2-1
3-0
2-1
3-0
ROAD
2-1
3-0
0-4
1-2
1-1
2-0
2-1
1-2
*1-0 vs. ISU while coaching at Utah
40-Years 21 Assistant / 18 Head Coach (7 Schools)261-194-6 (.566)
HEAD COACHING BOWL & PLAYOFF APPEARANCES
1992 Copper Bowl
28-31
Loss
to Washington State
1993 Freedom Bowl
21-28
Loss
to SouthernCal
1994 Freedom Bowl
16-13
Win
over Arizona
1996 Copper Bowl
10-38
Loss
to Wisconsin
1999 Las Vegas Bowl 17-16
Win
over Fresno State
2001 Las Vegas Bowl 10-6
Win
over Southern Cal
2008 FCS Playoffs 49-35
Win
at Cal Poly
2008 FCS Playoffs
13-24
Loss
at Montana
2009 FCS Playoffs
0-38
Loss
at William & Mary
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Matt Hammer
Assistant Head Coach
Offensive Coordinator
Wide Receivers • 6th season
Matt Hammer enters his sixth season with the Wildcats coaching
staff. The 2011 season will be his third season as Assistant Head
Coach and Offensive Coordinator for the Wildcats. He also coaches the wide receivers.
Hammer came to Weber State in the spring of 2006. During the
2006 season he assisted Kevin Clune, working with the linebackers as a graduate assistant before being elevated to full-time status
in 2007. Hammer was the WSU Recruiting Coordinator for three
seasons with the Wildcats.
Since joining the staff he coached several Wildcats to prominence. He was instrumental in the development of running back
Trevyn Smith, who became the first player in WSU history to rush
for 1,000 yards or more for four straight seasons. Smith led the
Big Sky in rushing three seasons and became just the third player
in Big Sky Conference history to earn First Team All-Conference
honors four times.
Hammer also coached fullback Marcus Mailei who was a twotime All-Big Sky First Team member and won a Super Bowl ring
with the New Orleans Saints in 2010.
In 2010 Hammer coached the wide receiving group that included
Joe Collins and Mike Phillips. Collins earned All-American honors
in 2010.
Hammer graduated from Southern Utah in 2006, where he
earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education with a minor in
Criminal Justice. He played both receiver and defensive back at
Southern Utah under coaches Ray Gregory, current Utah State
head coach Gary Anderson, and Wes Meier in his four seasons
with the Thunderbirds.
He was a standout prep star at Clearfield High School where he
earned two varsity letters in football and three in baseball.
Hammer and his wife Sheena are the parents of two children,
Jagger and Skylee.
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Jake Cookus
Co-Defensive Coordinator
Safeties/Special Teams
7th season
Jake Cookus begins his 7th season on the Wildcat coaching staff
and his third year as the Co-Defensive Coordinator. He will once
again oversee the successful Wildcat special teams and coach the
safeties.
Cookus came to Weber State in 2005, the first year for WSU head
coach Ron McBride. Under Cookus’ tutelage, WSU return specialist Bryant Eteuati became the most prolific kick return specialist
in the WSU and Big Sky Conference history. Eteuati earned First
Team All-Big Sky honors in 2007 as a Return Specialist and was
Second Team All-Big Sky as a Special Teams players serving as
the holder on place kicks. In 2007 Eteuati led the nation in allpurpose yards averaging 207.5 per game. Eteuati left WSU as the
Big Sky and WSU career leader in Punt Returns (117) and Kickoff
Returns (100). Cookus also coached Beau Hadley and returners
Tim Toone and Bo Bolen, who all earned All-Big Sky honors.
Cookus came to Weber State after spending two seasons as a
graduate assistant coach on the University of Kentucky staff under
head coach Rick Brooks, and coaching along side coach McBride
at Kentucky. While with the Wildcats, Cookus coached the Wildcat
defensive backs and worked on a master’s in Sports Administration.
A native of Roseburg, Oregon, Cookus was a three-sport standout in football, basketball and baseball. On the gridiron, he played
quarterback and defensive back. His senior season he threw for
1,449 yards and 18 touchdowns, and rushed for 943 yards and 17
more touchdowns. He led his team to a perfect 28-0 record and two
state titles his junior and senior seasons. He was named the 1996
Oregon Player of the Year his senior season by USA Today.
After high school, he attended the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, playing quarterback for one season before
transferring to Oregon State, where he joined the team as a walkon in 1998. Playing mainly on special teams for the Beavers, he
had four tackles and one recovered fumble. Because of his dedication and persistence, coach Dennis Erickson awarded Cookus
a scholarship his sophomore season. He helped the Beavers to a
7-5 record and an appearance in the Oahu Bowl. It was OSU’s first
bowl appearance since 1964. He saw action in all 12 games of
his junior season and was a starter in the last three. Against archrival Oregon, he intercepted three passes from Heisman Trophy
candidate Joey Harrington, helping the Beavers to a 23-13 victory.
Oregon State went on to defeat 10th ranked Notre Dame, 41-9, in
the Fiesta Bowl. He graduated from OSU in 2001 with a degree in
business finance and a minor in athletic administration.
Following his playing days at OSU, he accepted a position at Southern Oregon University in Ashland where he coached linebackers for
coach Jeff Olson. The Raiders advanced to the 2002 NAIA playoffs
with an 8-3 record. SOC was ranked 3rd in the nation at one time
during the season, the highest ranking in school history.
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Colton Swan
Co-Defensive Coordinator
Linebackers • 7th season
Former Weber State linebacker Colton Swan, who served as
a graduate assistant in 2005, begins his seventh season on the
Wildcat Staff. The 2011 season will mark his third season as CoDefensive Coordinator. He also coaches the WSU linebackers.
Last season Swan coached junior Nick Webb who earned First
Team All-Big Sky honors. In 2009 the Wildcat’s were second in the
Big Sky Conference in scoring defense, allowing 21.7 points per
game and second in passing efficiency defense allowing teams a
rating of just 120.8. The ‘Cats were third in total defense allowing
375.8 yards per game. In his first year overseeing the linebackers,
Taylor Sedillo earned First Team All-Big Sky honors and led the
Wildcats in total tackles with 100.
Swan spent three years coaching the WSU safeties. One of
Swan’s pupils, Ty Sparrow, led the Wildcats in total tackles in 2007.
Sparrow was named First Team All-Big Sky. Another of Swan’s
safeties, Beau Hadley, earned First Team All-Big Sky and Third
Team All-America in 2008. Swan’s safeties were part of secondary which helped the Wildcats lead the Big Sky Conference in Pass
Defense allowing just 212.2 passing yards per game by opponents
in 2007.
Swan is one of WSU’s successful “walk-on” stories. He came to
WSU in 1999 to try out and ended up red-shirting the season. In
2000, he played in 10 games, mostly on special teams, and had 12
tackles. Between the 2000 and 2001 season, he worked extremely
hard in the weight room and went from 190 pounds to a solid 210.
He became a starter in the last five games of his sophomore season in 2001, registering 60 tackles.
As a junior in 2002, he became a full-time starter earning a
scholarship. He was named Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference and led the Wildcats with 89 total tackles.
He was a
mainstay on the 2003 team which posted an 8-4 record. He was
voted Second Team All-Big Sky Conference after he recorded 109
total tackles (54 unassisted), had three forced fumbles and an interception.
He was also a three-time member of the Big Sky All-Academic
team. He left WSU with 135 career unassisted tackles, which ties
him for 6th on the WSU career charts.
His younger brother, Clayton “Biff” Swan, transferred to WSU
from Utah State and played two seasons (2007-2008) for the Wildcats.
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Jason Beck
Assistant Coach
Quarterbacks
3rd season
Jason Beck begins his third season under Coach Ron McBride on
the Wildcat staff. Beck coaches the WSU quarterbacks.
For the past three season Beck has coached WSU quarterback
Cameron Higgins. Higgins completed his four-year standout career as one of the top players in Weber State history. He set school
records for most career passing yards (12,274), most career touchdowns passes (98), most career total touchdowns (105), most career pass completions (935), and career passing efficiency rating
(144.5). His 98 career touchdown passes is also the most in Big
Sky Conference history. His 12,261 yards of total offense is the
third most in Big Sky history and his 105 touchdowns is tied for the
second most in the conference history.
Beck came to Weber State after serving the 2008 season as a
graduate at Louisiana State University assisting former BYU head
coach, Gary Crowton, with the Tiger offense. Beck assisted in coordination of the passing game. The Bayou Tigers averaged 38.6
points per game in 2008 and set 10 offensive school records.
Prior to his stint at LSU, Beck served as a graduate assistant
at BYU under Coach Bronco Mendenhall. He was responsible for
coaching and running the “scout team” each week and breaking
down film for coaches to used in scouting opponents.
The Cougars were 2006 and 2007 Mountain West Conference
champions during his coaching tenure in Provo and were the top
ranked offensive team in the league both seasons.
Beck played three seasons for BYU after transferring from the
College of the Canyons. Beck served as the primary backup to
John Beck. In 2004, he led College of the Canyons to an undefeated season and a number one ranking in the California JC system and was named to the JUCO All-America team both athletically
and academically as a sophomore. He spent his freshman season
at Ventura JC. He played high school football at Hueneme High
School in his hometown of Oxnard, California. After graduating,
Beck left to serve a two-year LDS Church mission to Denver, Colorado before embarking on his collegiate football career.
Beck earned a bachelor’s degree from BYU in Communications
in 2006 and is currently working on a Master’s Communications
from BYU. Married, his wife’s name is Jamie. She played soccer
at BYU where she earned all-America honors.
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Andre Dyson
Jason Kaufusi
Assistant Coach
Cornerbacks
3rd season
Assistant Coach
Defensive Ends
2nd season
Former NFL player Andre Dyson enters his third season on the
Wildcat coaching staff. Dyson coaches the cornerbacks for Weber
State.
Jason Kaufusi, begins his second season on the Weber State
football staff overseeing the defensive line. This season marks his
eighth season involved in coaching, following his standout career
at Utah.
Dyson was instrumental in the maturity of corner back Josh Morris in 2009, who learned a great deal from the former NFL standout
and ended up signing with the Philadelphia Eagles. Morris earned
2009 First Team All-Big Sky Conference honors, and First Team AllAmerica honors from The Associated Press, The Sports Network
and The Walter Camp Foundation.
Dyson grew up in Clinton, Utah and attended Clearfield High
School where he earned All-State honors under Coach Randy
Johnson. He still holds the Clearfield High record in the 40-yd dash
at 4.41. He also earned All-State honors as a soccer player as well.
Dyson followed his brother, Kevin, to the University of Utah where
he played four seasons under Coach Ron McBride. He was named
Second Team All-Mountain West Conference in 1999 and tied for
the league lead in interceptions with six.
Dyson played four seasons (2001-2004) with the Tennessee Titans. In 2001 he became the first rookie to lead the team in interceptions (3) since 1964. Against Tampa Bay that season, he returned
an interception for a touchdown and his brother Kevin caught a
touchdown pass making them the first brothers in NFL history to
record an interception touchdown and a receiving touchdown in the
same game.
In 2005, Dyson played with the Seattle Seahawks and helped
them to their first ever Super Bowl appearance. In week 13 of that
season, he scored on a 72-yard interception return and on a 25yard fumble return at Philadelphia. He became just the 6th NFL
player since 1970 to score on an interception and fumble return in
the same game.
Dyson finished his NFL career in 2006 with the New York Jets
where he had interceptions against Brett Favre, Joey Harrington,
Vince Young and Kerry Collins during the season. He ended his
96-game NFL career with 317 total tackles and 22 interceptions,
four of those returned for touchdowns/.
He and his wife Heather are the parents of a son, Dontae and twin
girls, Brooklyn and Avery, born in May 2010.
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Prior to coming to Weber State, Kaufusi spent nine months as
an administrative assistant at Utah under head Coach Kyle Whittingham assisting with the cornerbacks.
From March of 2004 through June of 2008, Jason served as an
assistant coach at Cottonwood High School in Salt Lake City under
Coach Tom Jones and Coach Cecil Thomas. Thomas is now the
offensive line coach at Weber State. Two of his defensive linemen,
Simi Fili and Lynn Katoa earned national high school all-America
honors.
Kaufusi coached the defensive line for the Colts. The 2008
squad posted a 13-1 mark with the only loss coming in the Utah
Class 4A title game against Timpview High. The 2007 team was
10-1 with the only loss coming in the quarterfinal game of the 4A
playoffs. He also oversaw the academic study table and academic
progress for the team and assisted with strength and conditioning
as well.
Kaufusi attended East High in Salt Lake City where in his senior
season (1996) he was named the 4A Player of the Year and led the
Leopards to a 13-0 record and the Class 4A state title. He recorded
16 quarterback sacks and on offense caught 17 passes for 327
yards as a tight end.
He signed a letter of intent to play at Utah in February of 1997
but left to serve a two-year LDS Church mission to Panama before
beginning his collegiate career.
In the Fall of 2000 he joined the Ute program under head coach
Ron McBride and was voted the Co-Mountain West Conference
Freshman of the Year and earned Honorable Mention all-conference honors with eight quarterback sacks and starting in the nine
games in which he played. He went on to earn First Team All-Mountain West Conference honors in 2001 and 2002. In 2003, he was a
pre-season all-america candidate and was on the Bronco Nagurski
Trophy and Outland Trophy watch lists but a shoulder injury prevented him from participating in 2003.
He is the fourth Kaufusi to play at the University of Utah following
the steps of his brothers Doug, Henry and Jeff. Married, he and
his wife, Tenille are the parents of a daughters Taliana and Malia
and a son, Ammon.
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Tom Stackaruk
Assistant Coach
Tight Ends / Video Coordinator
18th season
Former Wildcat player Tom Stackaruk begins 18th season with
the Wildcats. Stackaruk coaches the tight ends for the Wildcats
and also works as the video coordinator. In addition, he is the staff
liaison to the Weber State Gridiron Club, a group of former players.
The Gridiron Club sponsors a golf tournament each summer and
the annual Senior Night Banquet each spring.
Stackaruk has worked under three different head coaches at Weber State. He began his coaching career with the Wildcats in 1994
where he was a graduate assistant and part-time coach for head
coach Dave Arslanian. Stackaruk helped coach the offensive line
that season, working particularly with the tackles. In 1997 he was
elevated to full-time assistant coach.
In 1998 he was retained by new head coach Jerry Graybeal and
continued to coach the offensive line and work as video coordinator. He was also retained under head coach Ron McBride in 2005.
Stackaruk is a native of Smithville, Ontario, Canada and came to
Weber State in 1988 as an offensive tackle under coach Mike Price
where he played as a first-year freshman. In 1989, he came under
the guidance of new head coach Dave Arslanian. He played center and offensive tackle under Arslanian’s reign and earned three
varsity letters.
In 1991, he helped protect record-setting quarterback, Jamie Martin. That 1991 team posted an 8-4 record and advanced to the first
round of the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs. WSU led I-AA in total offense, averaging 516.7 yards per game, and set a I-AA single game
record which still stands of 876 yards against Idaho State. With
Stackaruk’s help, Martin was voted the 1991 NCAA Division I-AA
Offensive Player of the Year, receiving the Walter Payton Trophy.
He graduated from Weber State in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in Technical Sales and Physical Education. In 1992 he was
selected in the third round of the Canadian Football League by the
Winnipeg Blue Bombers, where he played briefly before returning
to Ogden.
Stackaruk and his wife Kelly have three daughters, Keatyn, McKayle, and Sarah.
Cecil Thomas
Assistant Coach
Offensive Line
2nd season
Beginning his second season on the Weber State football staff is
Cecil Thomas. Thomas coaches the offensive line at Weber State,
one of the strenghts in the program in recent years.
In 2010 Thomas coached All-American J.C. Oram and Caleb
Turner, who earned All-Big Sky honors.
Thomas comes to Weber State after a successful coaching career at Cottonwood High School in Salt Lake City, Utah. Thomas
served as head of the Colts for three seasons (2007-2009) posting
an overall record of 31-6. His 2008 squad posted a 13-1 mark,
losing its only game in the Class 4A state championship game. In
2007, his team was 10-1 with a loss in the quarterfinal game of
the 4A state championship. During his tenure at CHS, Thomas’s
teams won three region titles and 15 of his players earned Division
I football scholarships. Three of his players earned high school allAmerica honors and he produced 12 First Team All-State players.
Every one of his players during his three-years graduated and qualified through the NCAA Clearinghouse. In 2008 he was selected to
coach the offensive line in the ESPN Under Armour High School
All-American game and also coached in the 2009 ESPN Under Armour where his offensive line did not allow a sack the entire game.
Prior to being named head coach, Thomas served four-years
as an assistant at Cottonwood. In 2004 the Colts advanced to the
state 4A championship game and lost in the semifinals in 2005. In
2001 he served as the offensive line and strength coach at Taylorsville High before moving to Cottonwood.
A native of Hammond, Louisiana, Thomas graduated from Hammond High where he was a four-year letter winner in both football
and soccer. He spent his initial season at Utah as a red-shirt in
1989 under Coach Fassel. In 1990, Ron McBride took over the
Utah program and Thomas was a part of his rebuilding project for
the Utes. He became a three-year letter winner and a two-year
starter on the offensive line under McBride. He played in two bowl
games for the Utes against Washington State in the 1992 Copper
Bowl and in 1993 versus Southern Cal in the Freedom Bowl.
Thomas graduated from Utah in 1992 with a bachelor’s of science
degree in Sociology with a minor in Criminology and later earned
a Master’s degree from the University of Phoenix in Education and
also a Teaching Certificate in Physical Education.
Upon graduation he served a coaching internship at the CFL
Training Camp for the Calgary Stampeders working with the offensive line. From 1996-1998 he worked as a graduated assistant
coach at Utah under Ron McBride working with the tackles and
tight ends.
Thomas and his wife, the former Natalie Evans from Providence,
Utah, are the parents of a son Jordan, a daughter Madison, and a
son C.J.
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John Zamberlin
Assistant Coach
Defensive Tackles
1st season
Brian Zeches
Assistant Coach
Running backs
2nd season
John Zamberlin begins his first season as an assistant coach with
the Wildcat football program. Zamberlin will coach the defensive
tackles for the Wildcats.
Brian Zeches enters his second season with the Wildcats. He is
primarly responsible for the running backs and fullbacks at Weber
State.
Zamberlin is no stranger to Weber State or the Big Sky. For the
past four seasons he was the head coach at Idaho State. With the
Bengals he compiled a 6-39 overall record. He also spent time as
an assistant coach at Eastern Washington.
Zeches comes to Weber State after serving as a graduate assistant coach at UTEP in 2008 and 2009 under Coach Mike Price,
working with the defense. In 2006 and 2007, he served as a graduate assistant at the University of New Mexico.
Prior to coaching at Idaho State Zamberlin was the head coach at
Central Washington for ten seasons from 1997 to 2006. At Central Washington he compiled a 63-41 overall record and twice advanced the Wildcats to post-season play.
Zeches is not new to Ogden. In 1987 and 1988, his father, Jim
Zeches, served on the Weber State football staff under Coach Mike
Price coaching the inside linebackers. Brian was five-years old at
the time.
Before becoming a head coach Zamberlin spent nine seasons as
an assistant coach with stints at the University of Richmond, Eastern Washington, and the University of Massachusetts.
In 1989 his father left Weber State, with Price, to join the coaching staff at Washington State. Brian graduated from Pullman High
where he played quarterback on the football team and first base on
the baseball team. His senior year, he directed Pullman High to an
11-1 record and into the state semifinal game.
As a player Zamberlin played linebacker in the NFL for six seasons,
playing 78 total games with the New England Patriots (1979-1982)
and the Kansas City Chiefs (1983-1984). He was a fifth round draft
choice of New England out of Pacific Lutheran University, where he
earned a degree in 1979 in physical education.
He began his collegiate career at the University of Illinois (200102), then transferred to Idaho State where he played three seasons
for the Bengals under Coach Larry Lewis. He appeared in three
games as a reserve quarterback during the 2005 season.
His father, who played collegiately at Cal State Northridge, is
currently an NFL Scout for the Washington Redskins.
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Kamaal Ahmad
Director of Football Operations
NFL Liason
6th season
Kamaal Ahmad begins his sixth season in the Wildcat program
this year. He serves as Weber State’s Director of Football Operations and NFL Liason.
Kamaal started at Weber State in 2006 and worked two years as
a graduate assistant coach, helping on the defensive line. In 2008
he became a part-time coach.
His connections in his native state of Oklahoma have paid off for
the Wildcats. Eight players on the 2010 roster are from the Sooner
state, and several of them are expected to make an impact for the
‘Cats this season.
A native of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Ahmad was an All-City linebacker and graduated from Santa Fe High School. He played two
seasons at Northeast Oklahoma A&M where he was a Phi Theta
Kappa honor student in the classroom. He red-shirted his freshman
year and started as a sophomore helping his team to the junior college playoffs.
Kamaal played at the University of Kentucky from 2002 through
2004 and was selected as the Players Council rep serving in that
capacity for two seasons. He graduated in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and history. In 2005 he boxed for the
University of Kentucky boxing team. He won the Midwest regional heavyweight championship and captured the 2006 Kentucky
state Golden Gloves heavyweight championship with a 16-second
knockout! He has fought on several local and regional fight cards
and is trained by Ogden native, Bob Lopez.
Trevyn Smith
Student Assistant Coach
1st season
Former Weber State standout running back Trevyn Smith joins
Weber State as a student assistant coach for the 2011 season. He
will assist with coaching the offensive line and helping with other
duties for the Wildcat coaching staff. He is in the process of completing his bachelor’s degree in Technical Sales at Weber State.
Smith was a four-year standout for the Wildcats from 2006-09
and is one of the top running backs in school history. He ranks
as WSU’s career leader in rushing yards with 5,029, which also
ranks as the third most yards in Big Sky Conference history. Smith
carried the ball 997 times and rushed for 43 touchdowns in his 47
career games with the Wildcats. He is Weber State’s career leader
in all-purpose yards with 6,420 and ranks seventh in WSU history
in total offense. He accounted for 52 career touchdowns, the third
most in school history, and the most of any non-quarterback. He
also ranks second in WSU history in career points with 316.
Smith is one of three players in Big Sky history to be named to
the Big Sky First Team All-Conference Team in four seasons. Smith
also led the Big Sky in rushing in each of his first three seasons.
As a red-shirt freshman with the Wildcats in 2006 Smith started
fall camp third on the depth chart but ended up leading the Big Sky
in rushing with 1,129 yards on 205 carries and had eight touchdowns. In 2007 he led the league once again with 1,314 yards on
263 carries and had seven rushing touchdowns.
2008 was a standout year for Smith and the Wildcats as the team
posted a 10-4 record and claimed the Big Sky Conference title with
a 7-1 record. The ‘Cats advanced to the FCS Playoffs for just the
third time in school history. A total of 12 players earned All-Conference honors that season, including Smith who was a First Team
selection and once again led the Big Sky in rushing. In 14 games
that season Smith totaled 1,585 rushing yards on 295 carries and
had 21 rushing touchdowns.
As a senior in 2009 Smith did not lead the Big Sky in rushing but
did have 1,001 yards on 234 carries and seven touchdowns and
once again earned First Team All-Conference honors.
Smith signed with Weber State in February 2005, part of Coach
Ron McBride’s first recruiting class with the Wildcats. He came on
Weber State from Springville High School where he led the state of
Utah in rushing in 2004 with 2,108 yards, an average of 9.1 yards
per carry. He earned First Team All-State honors and was named
the 2004 Old Spice/Red Zone Utah Player of the Year.
Smith and his wife Erica have two daughters, Ryan Rae and
Reggie.
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Marshall Parnell
Leadership Coordinator
2nd season
Marshall Parnell joined Weber State’s staff in the spring of 2010
as a Leadership Coach. He has over 27 years of Martial Arts experience and leadership training.
Parnell, a United States Marine Corp Company Honorman, graduated number one in his class of 600 recruits. He has used his
expertise as a master instructor of martial arts, and his experience
as a United State Marine, to build confidence and leadership in
athletes and business leaders around the world.
Working with the team since early Summer, Parnell has been instrumental in creating a player level leadership structure which has
resulted in a higher level of mental toughness, confidence, player
pride and ownership within the program, and has enabled the ‘Cats
to reach a higher level of competitiveness.
Among his many awards, promotions and levels of competence
earned, Parnell has studied eight different martial arts and is a 5th
Degree Tae Kwon Do Black Belt, and a 5th Degree Haidong Gumdo Black Belt.
He has traveled across the entire world coaching, teaching and
developing leadership skills to some of the greatest individuals, and
teams, in the field of martial arts. As a rest of his coaching, and
leadership training, Parnell was awarded a sword presented by
President Kim of South Korea in 2003. He became the first foreign
master to ever receive this prestigious honor.
Joel Bass
Head Athletic Trainer
21st season
Joel Bass is in his 21st season as the Head Athletic Trainer at
Weber State University.
A certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association
and a licensed athletic trainer in the state of Utah, Bass has been
an active force in the better treatment of high school, collegiate and
professional athletes.
As a result of his work and dedication, Weber State now offers
a four-year degree in Sports Medicine. Bass was the driving force
behind the curriculum, and has been active within the State of Utah
in helping high school athletic departments develop athletic training programs in their schools, and making sure each school has a
certified athletic trainer on staff.
Bass works primarily with the Wildcat football and Men’s basketball teams, but also oversees all administrative responsibilities of
the athletic training program.
Originally from Alvin, Texas, he attended high school in Colorado.
He played football at Ricks College, and then transferred to Utah
State University where he earned a B.S. degree in Exercise Science, and served as an athletic training student.
He received his Master’s degree in Athletic Training from Indiana
State University in 1988 and then served as the Assistant Athletic
Trainer at Montana State University for three years before coming
to Ogden.
He and his wife, Beth, are the parents of a daughter, Melissa, and
a son, Jason.
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Eric Hohn
Strength and Conditioning Coach
14th season
Tom Shurtliff
Head Equipment Manager
21st season
Eric Hohn joined the Wildcat staff in April of 1998 as the strength
and conditioning coach for the Weber State University Athletic Department. He supervises the strength and conditioning routines of
all WSU student-athletes.
Tom Shurtliff begins his 19th season as Head Equipment Manager at Weber State. He oversees equipment needs for all 16 of
Weber State’s intercollegiate sports. He began at Weber State in
January 1992.
A native of Downey, California, Hohn graduated from Warren High
in 1977 and attended the University of Oregon, where in 1983 he
received a B.S. degree in physical education. He later earned a
master’s degree from the University of South Carolina in physical
education.
Shurtliff follows in the footsteps of his father-in-law Ron Flygare,
who served for over 30 years in the same capacity.
He spent four seasons as the assistant strength coach at the
University of Washington, working with future NFL standouts such
as Mark Brunell and Lincoln Kennedy. While he was at UW, the
Huskies appeared in three straight bowl games.
He left to become the head strength coach at the University of
California-Berkeley for six seasons and went to three bowl games
with the Bears. Some of Hohn’s pupils at Cal included NFL firstround draft choices Sean Dawkins, Todd Steussie, Regan Upshaw,
Tony Gonzalez and Hardy Nickerson. He also oversaw the strength
and conditioning programs of future NBA players Jason Kidd, Sharif Abdur-Rahim, Ed Gray and Lamond Murray.
A native of Ogden Shurtliff graduated from Ogden High School.
He spent 17 years working for Steiner’s American Linen before assuming his current role at Weber State.
Shurtliff is a Certified Member of the Athletic Equipment Manager’s Association.
Married to the former Ronda Flygare, he is the father of three
daughters, Sarah, Kellie and Stephanie. He is grandfather to five:
Kendrick, Mickell, Saraih, Kyson, and Kempton.
Practicing what he preaches, Hohn is avid hiker who has scaled
Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa and the Andes of South America. In the
Spring of 2008, he hiked into the Base Camp for Mount Everest
spending two weeks in the Himalayas.
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THE BIG SKY
CONFERENCE
The Big Sky Conference enters its 49th year of athletic competition
in 2011-12. The Big Sky is an NCAA Division I member in all sports,
with member institutions classified in the Football Championship
Subdivision (formally I-AA). For the sixth and final year, the Big Sky
is a nine-team league.
The current lineup includes Eastern Washington, Idaho State, Montana, Montana State, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, Portland
State, Sacramento State and Weber State. Northern Colorado is the
newest member of the league, having joined the conference in 2006.
The Big Sky will expand to an 11-team league with 13 footballplaying members on July 1, 2012. Southern Utah University and the
University of North Dakota will join as full members. Cal Poly and
UC Davis will join as football-affiliate members.
The league has become one of the strongest Division I conferences
in the West and is a national leader in the Football Championship
Subdivision. Six times, Big Sky teams have won the Division I
National Championship, including Eastern Washington in 2010. A
Big Sky team has played for the national championship each of the
past three seasons.
The Big Sky Conference was established in 1963 by six charter
members – Idaho, Idaho State, Gonzaga, Montana, Montana State
and Weber State. Those six schools formed the foundation of the Big
Sky before the league expanded in 1970 by adding Boise State and
Northern Arizona. Gonzaga left the Sky in 1979 and was replaced
by Nevada, which gave the league eight members. The conference
grew to nine schools in 1987 with the addition of Eastern Washington.
The 1990s saw change in the makeup of the league, beginning
in 1992 when Nevada departed and put the Big Sky back at eight
teams. In 1996 Boise State and Idaho left and at the same time the
conference added Portland State, Sacramento State and Cal State
Northridge. The Big Sky maintained nine teams for five years before
Cal State Northridge departed in the spring of 2001.
The Big Sky spreads across eight states spanning from the Pacific
Ocean to the Rocky Mountain Front. The Big Sky is represented
along the entire west coast with schools in Washington, Oregon
and California. League schools also range up and down the Rocky
Mountains with institutions in Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona and
Colorado. Of the eight western-most states in the contiguous United
States only one, Nevada, is not represented in the Big Sky.
On Feb 25, 1963, the name Big Sky was adopted by the six presidents of the charter members as the name of the new conference.
The name Big Sky originated in a novel written by the late A.B. (Bud)
Guthrie of Great Falls, Mont., in 1947 entitled “The Big Sky.” Jack
Hollowell, a former Montana advertising director, promoted the Big
Sky theme for the Treasure State. While on a track and field trip from
Pocatello, Idaho, to Missoula, Mont., the legendary Dubby Holt of
Idaho State saw a “Welcome to Big Sky Country” sign as his team
entered Montana. Holt, and his athletes thought “Big Sky” would be
a perfect name for the new conference. Harry Missildine of the Spokane Spokesman-Review called for the newly formed league to be
named the Big Sky Conference in his column dated Feb. 20, 1963.
The Big Sky sponsors championships in 14 sports, including men’s
and women’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field,
basketball and tennis. In addition, there are also championships in
football, and women’s volleyball, golf and soccer. The Big Sky will
add a softball championship in the spring of 2013.
The 2011-12 season will mark the 24th year that the Big Sky
Conference will sponsor championships in women’s sports. The
former Mountain West Conference existed from 1982-88, sponsoring
championships for women’s sports at the same institutions the Big
Sky had men’s programs. The Big Sky merged with the Mountain
West in 1988, forming one league for both men and women.
Doug Fullerton, the fifth commissioner of the
Big Sky Conference, is in his 17th year at the
helm. Fullerton took over the Big Sky on July
1, 1995, replacing longtime commissioner Ron
Stephenson, who passed away in 2011. Stephenson served the league for 14 years. Steve
Belko was the commissioner from 1977-81, while
John Roning held the post from 1971-77. The
first league commissioner was Jack Friel, who
served from 1963-71.
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2011
WILDCATS
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL ROSTER
No. Name
1 Robbie Diamond
Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Exp. Hometown
HS/Previous School
Willie Okwuonu
Devin Pugh
Xavian Johnson
Jordan Clemente
Blake Keller
Kris Parham
Tanner Hinds
Jarrett Gooden
Josh Tenove
CB
S
CB
WR
TE
S
RB
RB
CB
DE
6-0
6-0
5-10
6-0
6-4
6-2
5-8
5-9
5-10
6-3
175
200
175
180
215
220
180
200
170
250
So.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Sr.
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
1VL
1VL
HS/RS
HS/RS
1VL
3VL
JC/RS
HS
JC
HS/RS
Oklahoma City, OK
Putnam
Edmond, OK
Santa Fe
Tulsa, OK
Jenks
Las Vegas, NV
Cheyenne
Tooele, UT
Tooele
Salt Lake City, UT
Bingham
Oklahoma City, OK Bishop McGuiness / Ventura
Kaysville, UT
Davis
Richmond, CA Benicia / C. of San Matteo / UTEP
Irvine, CA
Woodbridge
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16
17
18
18
19
Kela Marciel
Mike Hoke
Tony Epperson
Brian Jankowski
Jordan Adamczyk
Kyle Shaney
Mo Neal
Steve Carpenter
Ben Maraz
Danny Mullarkey
Tyler Parson
Lanny Papanikolas
CB
QB
S
TE
QB
WR
LB
WR
QB
DE
QB
WR
5-10
6-2
6-4
6-4
6-1
6-0
6-2
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-0
6-0
180
220
215
255
205
185
240
195
210
250
175
185
So.
Jr.
So.
Jr.
So.
Sr.
Sr.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
Jr.
1VL
2VL
1VL
2VL
SQ
TR
1VL
HS
HS
1VL
HS
JC
Kailua, HI
‘Iolani
Kailua, HI
Kamehameha
Park City, UT
Park City
Idaho Falls, ID
Skyline
Canyon Country, CA
Canyons
Sparks, NV
Reed / Utah State
Oakland, CA
San Leandro / Utah
Tulsa, OK
Edison
Phoenix, AZ
Sunnyslope
Phoenix, AZ
Desert Vista
Bountiful, UT
Woods Cross
Salt Lake City, UT Skyline / Cal Poly / Saddleback
20
21
22
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
David James
Solomon Means
C.J. Tuckett
Devonte Johnson
Jarred Henry
Josh Booker
Barrinton Collins
Marvin Walker
Tony Schmitz
Adam Padilla
Willie Harris
CB
CB
RB
CB
LB
RB
RB
CB
LB
CB
LB
5-11
6-1
5-10
6-1
6-2
6-0
5-9
6-0
6-0
5-7
6-0
185
165
200
180
210
215
185
205
245
175
220
Jr.
Fr.
Jr.
Fr.
So.
So.
Fr.
Sr.
So.
Fr.
Jr.
1VL
HS
2VL
HS
1VL
1VL
HS
1VL
1VL
HS
2VL
Edmond, OK
Edmond Memorial / Wyoming
Stockton, CA
Lincoln
Malta, ID
Raft River
Denver, CO
South
Columbia, MO
Rockbridge
Oklahoma City, OK
Putnam North
Corona, CA
Centennial
Chino, CA
Chino
Boise, ID
Boise
La Mirada, CA
St. Paul
Layton, UT
Layton
30 Clay Ramos
FB
6-2
31 Jaime Rigby
S
5-10
32 Trifon Gochis
S
5-10
33 Tevita Baravilala
S
5-10
33 Karl Finai
RB 5-11
34 Matt Miller
WR 5-10
35 Marquis Walters
WR
6-0
36 Zach Higgins
S
5-10
37 Josh Kealamakia
K/P
6-1
38 Zane Smith
TE
6-4
2011
39 Maurice
Talley
CB
6-1
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240
175
205
180
225
185
180
195
195
220
180
Sr.
JC Nampa, ID
Fr. HS/RS Bountiful, UT
So.
SQ Tooele,UT
Fr.
HS Honolulu, HI
Fr.
HS Kearns, UT
Sr.
2VL Scotts Valley, CA
Fr.
HS Del City, OK
Sr.
1VL Hawai’i Kai, HI
So.
1VL Syracuse, UT
Fr.
HS Salt Lake City, UT
Fr.
HS Elk Grove, CA
20
Nampa / U. of Mary/ Yuba JC
Bountiful
Tooele / Utah State
Radford
Kearns
Scotts Valley / Cabrillo
Del City
Saint Louis
Syracuse
Brighton
Consumnes Oaks
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WILDCATS
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
Caldwell Taylor
Ceejay Santos
Tevia Tolutau
Luke King
Anthony Morales
Nick Webb
Trevor Pletcher
Gabe Bowers
Mike Baker
Shaun McClain
DE
K/P
FB
LB
LB
LB
DE
DE
DE
K/P
6-5
6-1
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-4
6-2
6-3
6-5
6-3
220
205
255
200
230
245
245
265
260
215
Jr.
2VL Deweyville, UT
Fr.
HS Wailuku, HI
Fr.
HS Provo, UT
Fr.
HS Salt Lake City, UT
So.
1VL Edmond, OK
Sr.
3VL Salt Lake City, UT
Jr.
2VL Edmond, OK
Sr.
3VL Salt Lake City, UT
Fr. HS/RS Layton, UT
So.
1VL Redland, CA
Bear River
HP Baldwin
Timpview
Cottonwood
Edmond Memorial
East
Edmond Santa Fe
Brighton
Northridge
Redlands
50
51
52
54
55
56
57
58
59
Roman Valenzuela
Alex Land
Curtis Cosgrove
Austin Butler
Dustin Martin
Devin Ellis
Malone Fiso
Obi Owoh
Sifa Heimuli
LB
OG
DE
OG
LB
LB
DT
LB
LB
6-0
6-4
6-3
6-2
6-3
6-2
6-0
6-2
5-11
220
295
255
285
220
220
270
220
230
Fr.
HS South Jordan, UT
Fr. HS/RS Edmond, OK
So.
SQ Brigham City, UT
Fr. HS/RS Stansbury Park, UT
Fr.
HS Liberty, UT
So.
1VL Draper, UT
So.
1VL Laie, HI
Fr.
HS Roswell, GA
Fr. HS/RS Kahuku, HI
Bingham
Edmond Santa Fe
Box Elder
Stansbury
Weber
Alta
Kahuku
Roswell
Kahuku
62
64
65
68
Cash Knight
Spencer Rangasan
Tyson Tiatia
Shelton Robinson
DT
OC
OC
OT
6-3
6-0
6-2
6-3
280
280
270
275
Fr. HS/RS Park City, UT
So.
1VL West Jordan, UT
So.
1VL Provo, UT
Fr. HS/RS Pocatello, ID
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
Tytan Timoteo
Jiniki Timoteo
Caleb Turner
J.C. Oram
Bijon Mostoufi
Ged Carrington
Justin Turner
Jeff Ramussen
Joel Turrubiates
OT
OG
OT
OG
DT
OT
OT
OT
OT
6-1
6-3
6-4
6-4
6-2
6-3
6-3
6-8
6-7
310
310
285
300
295
295
245
310
340
Jr.
2VL Waianae, HI
So.
1VL Waipahu, HI
Sr.
2VL Redlands, CA
Sr.
3VL Slaterville,UT
So.
SQ Honolulu, HI
Jr.
SQ Valencia, CA
Fr.
HS Layton, UT
Fr. HS/RS South Jordan, UT
Sr.
1VL Bakersfield, CA
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
89
89
Payden Dallimore
Bobby Parker
Tyrell Francisco
Erik Walker
Austin Raught
Shaydon Kehano
Darchon Taggart
Eric Shufford
Chase Nakamura
Jalin Ames
WR
WR
TE
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
WR
DE
5-9
6-6
6-3
5-10
6-2
5-11
6-2
6-0
6-3
6-3
185
215
250
175
205
180
175
175
180
230
Fr.
Jr.
Sr.
So.
Sr.
So.
Fr.
Fr.
So.
Fr.
90
91
92
95
96
97
98
99
Pete Rolf
James Washington
Connor Myers
Ryan Eastman
Veteson Sauni
Jeff Gueck
Sione Tupouniua
Adam Sagapolutele-White
DE
DE
DT
DT
DT
DE
DT
DT
6-4
6-5
6-0
6-0
6-0
6-3
6-4
5-11
265
250
280
285
285
235
260
290
Sr.
1VL Salt Lake City, UT
Fr.
HS Kearns, UT
Fr.
HS Edmond, OK
Jr.
2VL Honolulu, HI
So.
1VL Laie, HI
Fr. HS/RS Springville, UT
Fr.
TR Oakland, CA
Jr.
2VL Waipahu, HI
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HS
SQ
3VL
1VL
2VL
1VL
HS
HS
SQ
HS
Midvale, UT
San Diego, CA
Kelowna, BC
Park City, UT
Farr West, UT
Kaneohe, HI
Bountiful, UT
Fontana, CA
Wailuku, HI
West Jordan, UT
Park City
Cottonwood
Timpview
Highland
Saint Louis
Leilehua
Redlands East Valley
Fremont
Kaiser
Valencia / Pierce (CA)
Layton
Bingham
Bakersfield / Bakersfield JC
Hillcrest
Scripps Ranch
Rutland Secondary
Park City
Fremont
Castle
Woods Cross
AB Miller
HP Baldwin / Utah
Juan Diego
Piqua (OH) / Ball State
Cottonwood
Edmond Memorial
Saint Louis
Kahuku
Springville
Fremont / Utah
Saint Louis
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2011
WILDCATS
ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
14
89
48
33
24
47
54
16
75
5
25
52
80
1
95
56
12
33
57
82
32
9
97
29
59
23
36
8
11
20
13
22
4
37
85
6
43
62
51
17
10
55
49
21
34
44
74
Jordan Adamczyk
Jalin Ames
Mike Baker
Tevita Baravilala
Josh Booker
Gabe Bowers
Austin Butler
Steven Carpenter
Ged Carrington
Jordan Clemente
Barrinton Collins
Curtis Cosgrove
Payden Dallimore
Robbie Diamond
Ryan Eastman
Devin Ellis
Tony Epperson
Karl Finai
Malone Fiso
Tyrell Francisco
Trifon Gochis
Jarrett Gooden
Jeff Gueck
Willie Harris
Sifa Heimuli
Jarred Henry
Zach Higgins
Tanner Hinds
Mike Hoke
David James
Brian Jankowski
Devonte Johnson
Xavian Johnson
Josh Kealamakia
Shaydon Kehano
Blake Keller
Luke King
Cash Knight
Alex Land
Ben Maraz
Kela Marciel
Dustin Martin
Shaun McClain
Solomon Means
Matt Miller
Anthony Morales
Bjion Mostoufi
18
92
89
16
2
73
58
28
19
7
81
18
46
3
30
64
77
84
31
68
90
99
41
96
27
15
87
38
86
39
40
9
65
71
70
42
22
98
72
76
78
50
83
26
35
91
45
Danny Mullarkey
Connor Myers
Chase Nakamura
Mo Neal
Willie Okwuonu
J.C. Oram
Obi Owoh
Adam Padilla
Lanny Papanikolas
Kris Parham
Bobby Parker
Tyler Parson
Trevor Pletcher
Devin Pugh
Clay Ramos
Spencer Rangasan
Jeff Rasmussen
Austin Raught
Jamie Rigby
Shelton Robinson
Pete Rolf
Adam Sagapolutele-White
Ceejay Santos
Veteson Sauni
Tony Schmitz
Kyle Shaney
Eric Shufford
Zane Smith
Darchon Taggart
Maurice Talley
Caldwell Taylor
Josh Tenove
Tyson Tiatia
Jiniki Timoteo
Tytan Timoteo
Tevia Tolutau
C.J. Tuckett
Sione Tupouniua
Caleb Turner
Justin Turner
Joel Turrubiates
Roman Valenzuela
Erik Walker
Marvin Walker
Marquis Walters
James Washington
Nick Webb
PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
Jordan Adamczyk
Tevita Baravilala
Ged Carrington
Karl Finai
Trifon Gochis
Jeff Gueck
Xavian Johnson
Shaydon Kehano
Kela Marciel
Bjion Mostoufi
Willie Okwuonu
Obi Owho
Devin Pugh
Sagapolutele-White
Veteson Sauni
Eric Shufford
Darchon Taggart
Jiniki Timoteo
Tevia Tolutau
Sione Tupouniua
Joel Turrubiates
a-dom-check
Bar-a-vee-la-la
Ged (G as in Geddes)
Fee-Nigh
Trif-in Go-chis
Geck
X-Ay-Vee-In
Kay-Ha-No
Kell-ah Mar-see-ell
Bee-zjohn Moes-two-fee
OH-Kwon-ooh
Oh-Bee Oh-Whoa
Pew
Sag-a-pool-a-tell-e White
Vet-Son Saw-Nee
Shoe-ford
Dar-Shawn
Ja-Kee-Key Tee-mo-tay-oh
Tev-e-a Tow-lou-tau
Tu-po-knee-ooh-a
Tur-rue-Bee-awe-tis
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WILDCATS
ROSTER BREAKDOWN
By Location
Utah (37)
Jalin Ames
Canada (1)
Tyrell Francisco
Mike Baker
Gabe Bowers
Austin Butler
Jordan Clemente
Curtis Cosgrove
Payden Dallimore
Idaho (3)
Devin Ellis
Missouri (1)
Brian Jankowski
Tony Epperson
Jarred Henry
Clay Ramos
Karl Finai
C.J. Tuckett
Trifon Gochis
Jeff Gueck
Colorado (1)
Willie Harris
Devonte Johnson
Tanner Hinds
Josh Kealamakia
Georgia (1)
Blake Keller
Nevada
(2)
Arizona
(2)
Luke King
Obi Owoh
Cash Knight
Xavian Johnson
Ben Maraz
Dustin Martin
Kyle Shaney
Danny Mullarkey
J.C. Oram
Lanny Papanikolas
Tyler Parson
Hawaii (15)
California (15)
Oklahoma (13)
Spencer Rangasan
Tevita Baravilala
Jordan Adamczyk
Josh Booker
Jeff Rasmussen
Ryan Eastman
Ged Carrington
Steven Carpenter
Austin Raught
Malone Fiso
Barrinton Collins
Robbie Diamond
Jamie Rigby
Sifa
Heimuli
Jarrett
Gooden
David James
Pete Rolf
Zach
Higgins
Shaun
McClain
Alex Land
Zane Smith
Mike Hoke
Solomon Means
Dustin Martin
Darchon Taggart
Shaydon
Kehano
Matt
Miller
Anthony Morales
Caldwell Taylor
Kela
Marciel
Adam
Padilla
Connor Myers
Tyson Tiatia
Bijon Mostoufi
Bobby Parker
Willie Okwuonu
Tevia Tolutau
Chase
Nakamura
Eric
Shufford
Kris Parham
Justin Turner
Adam
Saga-White
Maurice
Talley
Trevor Pletcher
Roman Valenzuela
Ceejay Santos
Josh Tenove
Devin Pugh
Erik Walker
Veteson Sauni
Sione Tupouniua
Marquis Walters
James Washington
Jiniki
Timoteo
Caleb
Turner
Nick Webb
Tyton Timoteo
Marvin Walker
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HONORS
CANDIDATE
J.C. ORAM
73
6-4 • 300 • OG
Senior
Marriott-Slaterville, UT
J.C. returns as one of the top offensive guards in the Big Sky and in all of FCS.
He was named a preseason All-American by Phil Steele and The Sports Network and
has also bee named to the Big Sky Preseason All-Conference Team. He is one of three
returning Wildcats that earned First Team All-Big Sky honors last season and is the only
returning All-American. J.C. has tremendous body strength to go along with excellent
technique and foot work. He has started in 36 of his 37 career games at Weber State.
2010 (Junior)
Earned Second Team All-American honors by The Sports Network...Was named to the Big Sky All-Conference First Team
in 2010 as one of the top offensive guards in the Big Sky...Started all 11 games for the Wildcats and was part of a line that
enabled Vai Tafuna to earn All-Conference fullback honors and Bo Bolen to honorable mention All-Conference honors.
2009 (Sophomore)
Earned Second Team All-Big Sky Conference honors in 2009, helping the Wildcats to a 7-5 record overall and a 6-2 mark
in Big Sky Conference play...Was part of a line which enabled running back Trevyn Smith to attain his fourth straight 1,000
yards rushing season, and gave protection to quarterback Cameron Higgins, allowing him to throw for 3,326 yards and 30
touchdowns...Played and started in all 12 games.
2008 (Freshman)
Earned Second Team All-Big Sky Conference honors as a red-shirt freshman...Was part of an offensive line which helped
the Wildcats to a 10-4 overall record and a 7-1 record in Big Sky play...The Wildcats were Co-Big Sky Conference champions, the first league title by the Wildcats since 1968...WSU earned the automatic bid to the NCAA Division I FCS playoffs
where they stunned No. 3 ranked Cal Poly, on the road, 49-35 in the opening round...His play enabled Cameron Higgins to
throw for a WSU single season record 4,477 yards and 36 touchdowns, and helped Trevyn Smith rush for 1,585 yards and
21 touchdowns...Smith was the 2008 Big Sky rushing leader...Higgins was the
league passing leader and Offensive MVP.
2007
Sat out the season as a red-shirt.
Fremont High School
Named 1st Team All-State Class 5A by both the Deseret Morning News and Salt
Lake Tribune...Helped the Silverwolves into the 2006 5A semifinal game...Placed
4th in the 2006 5A wrestling meet in the heavyweight division...Older brother
Shawn was a starting offensive lineman at Idaho State in 2006.
Personal
Full
Name
is JosephSTATE
C. Oram...Was
born on July 18, 1989...Is majoring in Tech2011
WEBER
FOOTBALL
nical Sales at Weber State.
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CANDIDATE
CALEB TURNER
72
6-4 • 285 • OT
Senior
Redlands, CA
Caleb returns for his senior season with the Wildcats after a strong year
in 2010. He was named to the Big Sky Preseason All-Conference Team for the
upcoming season. He is one of three WSU players who earned All-Big Sky First
Team honors that is returning for the 2011 season.
2010 (Junior)
Was named to the Big Sky All-Conference First Team at tackle during the season...
Started all 11 games at left tackle for the Wildcats during the season...Helped block for First Team All-Conference
member Vai Tafuna and Honorable Mention member Bo Bolen.
2009 (Sophomore)
Played in all 12 games for the Wildcats, and was the starting left tackle in the last seven games of the season...
Helped Trevyn Smith achieve a fourth-straight 1,000 yards rushing season and helped Cameron Higgins throw
for 3,326 yards and 30 touchdowns.
2008 (Freshman)
Played behind All-American tackle, Paul Carpenter, as a red-shirt freshman during WSU’s 10-4 season.
2007
Sat out as a red-shirt.
East Valley High School
Played for Coach Kurt Bruich at Redlands East Valley High...
Earned First Team All-Citrus Belt League honors...Threeyear starter.
Personal
Full name is Caleb Turner..Was born on June 2, 1989...Is
majorinig in Technical Sales at Weber State.
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NICK WEBB
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6-4 • 245 • ROV
Senior
Salt Lake City, UT
Nick enters his senior season as one of the top linebackers in the Big Sky and was
named to the Big Sky Preseason All-Conference Team. He earned First Team All-Conference honors last season and is one of three Wildcats to earn First Team All-Conference
honors last season that are returning for this year. In three seasons at Weber State Nick
has played in 35 games career games at WSU and has recorded 186 career total tackles.
He also has 117 unassisted tackles and 12.5 tackles for loss.
2010 (Junior)
Nick started all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Earned First Team All-Big Sky honors as the outside linebacker
position...Finished seventh in the Big Sky in total tackles with 99 on the season...Recorded 69 unassisted tackles on the
season, which ranks as the fourth most in WSU single-season history...Also had 30 assisted tackles on the year...Had a
career-high 14 total tackles in WSU’s with over Portland State on October 23...Also recorded 13 tackles at Northern Arizona
and 12 at Idaho State, both wins for Weber State...Was 17th in the league in tackles for loss with 8.5 for a loss of 30 yards...
Had an interception for 29 yards in Weber State’s win over Montana October 30, the final home game of the season...He also
recorded a pass breakup in that game, one of three on the season...Had one sack on the year, a 13-yard loss at Idaho State.
2009 (Sophomore)
Earned Honorable Mention All-Big Sky Conference honors with 58 Total Tackles (33 Unassisted)...Had a huge game in
WSU’s 31-13 road win at Eastern Washington with a career high 13 Total Tackles and a career-high nine unassisted stops...
Had four Tackles For Loss accounting for a minus 15 yards...Had a Forced Fumble, and recovered the fumble, at home vs.
Cal Poly...Named to the 2009 Big Sky Conference Football All-Academic Team with a 3.21 gpa in Business Administration/
Management.
2008 (Freshman)
Played in 12 of the 14 games for the Wildcats during their Big Sky Conference Co-Championship season...Had 29 tackles,
15 unassisted, many of them coming on Special Teams play where he was an outstanding player on the kickoff and punt
cover teams...Had a season-high six Total Tackles in WSU’s 44-7 win at home vs. Dixie State...Had a Forced Fumble in the
season opener at home vs. Montana-Western.
East High School
A Tremendous all-around athlete, he played quarterback, receiver and defensive back at East High...Passed for over 1,000
yards and rushed for over 600 yards his senior season...Threw five TD passes and rushed for nine more...He also had just over
300 yards receiving and caught three touchdown passes under Coach Aaron Whitehead...Had 55 tackles and two interceptions as a defensive back...Was the Region Five Offensive MVP...Earned Second team All-State honors as a defensive back.
Personal
Full name is Nicholas Joseph Webb...Was born October 6, 1986...Is majoring in Business Administration, with focus on
Management at Weber State...Is married and wife’s name is Laura...Was a member of Coach McBride’s first WSU recruit2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
ing class, signing in February of 2005...Enrolled at WSU for the 2008 Spring semester after returning from a two-year LDS
Church mission to Ventura, California.
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INTERCEPTIONS
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
ALL PURPOSE
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
TACKLES
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
SACKS
2008
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
12
12
11
35
no. yards
0
1
1
2
td long
0
2
29
31
0
0
0
0
0
2
29
29
avg/r
avg/g
0.0
2.0
29.0
15.5
0.0
0.2
2.6
0.9
g
rush
rcv
pr
kr
ir
total
avg/g
12
12
11
35
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
29
31
0
2
29
31
0.0
0.2
2.6
0.9
g
ua
a
total
tfl
pd
ff
fr
blk
12
12
11
35
15
33
69
117
14
25
30
69
29
58
99
186
0.0-0
4.0-15
8.5-30
12.5-45
0
1
4
5
1
1
0
2
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
g
ua
a
total
yards
12
12
11
35
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0.0
0.0
1.0
1.0
0
0
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MIKE HOKE
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Junior
Kailua, HI
Mike returns for his junior season with the Wildcats and enters fall camp as WSU’s
starting quarterback. He has appeared in 16 career games in his two seasons with the
Wildcats. He had a strong showing in WSU’s spring ball practices and culminated that with
the spring game where he was 24-37 passing for 273 yards and one passing touchdown
and one rushing touchdown.
2010 (Sophomore)
Appeared in nine games for the Wildcats as the backup quarterback...Emerged from 2010
Spring drills as the number two quarterback behind fellow Hawaiian, Cameron Higgins...Finished the season 23-36 passing
for 345 passing yards...Had two touchdowns and no interceptions on the season...Was 5-8 for 43 yards in WSU’s first game
of the season at Boston College...After Higgins left the game for an injury, Mike came in at Northern Arizona November 13
and was 11-15 passing for 168 yards and a touchdown in leading the Wildcats to victory...His touchdown was an 80-yard
completion to Joe Collins...The next week at Texas Tech Mike was 5-8 passing for 102 yards, including a 30-yard touchdown
to Bo Bolen...On the season he rushed the ball 27 times for 104 yards and one touchdown...Had a career-high 27 rushing
yards on seven attempts at Northern Arizona...Recorded a two-yard touchdown rush September 25 in WSU’s Homecoming
win over UC Davis.
2009 (Freshman)
Played in seven games for the Wildcats in 2009, completing 7-9-1 passes for 74 yards and one touchdown...Was 3-3 passing
for a career high 40 yards at home vs. Idaho State...Career long pass completion was a 20-yarder in that game to Joe Collins...Threw a 19-yard touchdown pass to Tyrell Francisco in WSU’s 27-9 home field win in the snow over Northern Arizona...
Had 15 rushing attempts for 40 yards...Best game was five rushes for 21 yards at home vs. Sacramento State...Long rush
was eight yards at home vs. Idaho State and Sacramento State...Was named to the Big Sky Academic All-Conference team.
2008
Sat out the season as a red-shirt.
Kamehameha High School
Was a two-year starter a Kamehameha HS under Coach David Stant...Voted the team MVP for the 2007 season...Was
named the “Impact Player of the Game” in the first-ever televised ILH game...Played in the Max Emtmeyer All-American
game and started in the 2007 HUB All-Star game... Attended the Weber State Summer Football camp his before his junior
and senior seasons in high school.
Personal
Full name is Michael Lopaka Hoke...Was born March 13, 1990...Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State.
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Mike Hoke
RUSHING
2009
2010
TOTAL
PASSING
2009
2010
TOTAL
TOTAL OFFENSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
SCORING
2009
2010
TOTAL
ALL PURPOSE
2009
2010
TOTAL
g
att
yards
td
long
avg/c
avg/g
7
9
16
15
27
42
40
104
144
0
1
1
8
15
15
2.7
3.9
3.4
5.7
11.6
9.0
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7
9
16
cmp-att-int
yards
td long
74
345
419
7-9-1
23-36-0
30-45-1
1
2
3
g
rush
pass
total
avg/g
7
9
16
40
104
144
74
345
419
114
449
563
16.3
49.9
35.2
g
7
9
16
td rush
0
1
1
0
1
1
rcv
ret
0
0
0
0
0
0
pct
avg/p
20 77.8
80 63.9
80 66.7
8.2
9.6
9.3
pat 2pat
0
0
0
0
0
0
total
avg/g
0
0
0
0
6
6
0.0
0.7
0.4
rush
rcv
pr
kr
ir
total
avg/g
7
9
16
40
104
144
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
40
104
144
5.7
11.6
9.0
effic
10.6 161.3
38.3 162.7
26.2 162.4
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Jordan Adamczyk
Quarterback • 6-1 • 205
Sophomore
Canyon, Country, CA
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Jordan comes into this season after two years in the Wildcat program. Had a strong 2010 spring camp and completed 24-31 passes
for 289 yards and five touchdowns in the Purple and White Game.
2010 (Freshman)
Was third on the depth chart at quarterback behind Cameron Higgins and Mike Hoke...Did not see game action during the season
but gained experience during practice.
2009: Sat out the season as a red-shirt.
Canyons High School
Played under Coach Chris Varner at Canyons High School...Completed 173-280 passes for 2,622 yards and 26 touchdowns his senior season...Had a single-game best of 402 yards and five touchdowns, completing 18-27 passes against Chaminade...Set school
record, completing 62 percent of his passes in 2008...Earned First
Team Foothill League and Santa Clarita Valley honors.
Personal
Full name is Jordan Robert Adamczyk...Last named is pronounced
a-DOM-check....Was born February 20, 1991...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State...Enjoys camping and hanging
out with friends.
Jalin Ames
Defensive End• 6-3 • 230
Freshman
West Jordan, UT
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Jalin will be a freshman on the defensive end for the Wildcats this
fall.
Juan Diego High School
Graduated from Juan Diego High School...Played for coach Jon
Colosimo...Earned First Team 3A All-State honors...Recorded 51
tackles and 7.5 sacks as a senior...Signed with the Wildcats in February 2011.
Mike Baker
Defensive End• 6-5 • 260
R-Freshman
Layton, UT
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Mike will be a red-shirt freshman as a defensive end for the Wildcats this season.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after returning home from an LDS
Church mission.
Northridge High School
Played under Coach Eric Thompson at Northridge High School in
Layton, Utah...Earned First Team Class 5A honors in 2006 and was
voted the “Hardest Hitter” in Davis County by the Davis Clipper...
Was the 2006-07 Class 5A wrestling champion in the 215 pound
class.
Personal
Full name is Michael Jonas Baker...Was born May 4, 1989...Signed
with the Wildcats in February 2007 then left to serve a two-year
LDS Church mission to the Dominican Republic...Likes to tumble
(gymnastics), do carpentry and leather work, paint, draw and play
the piano.
Tevita Baravilala
Safety • 5-10 • 180
Freshman
Honolulu, HI
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Tevita joins the Wildcats as a freshman safety this fall.
Radford High School
Graduated from Radford high School in Honolulu...Played for
Coach Fred Salanoa...Was a three-year varsity letterman and was
a two-time All-State West Player...Recorded a 97-yard interception
for a touchdown in high school.
Personal
Full name is Ratu Tevita Waqanivalu Baravilala...Last name is pronunced: Bar-a-vee-la-la Was born Jan. 12, 1993...Plans on majoring in Zoology at Weber State...is the nephew of former WSU assistant and current UCLA assistant coach Inoke Breckterfield.
Personal
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Josh Booker
Running back • 6-0 • 215
Sophomore
Oklahoma City, OK
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Gabe Bowers
Defensive End • 6-3 • 265
Senior
Salt Lake City, UT
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Josh returns for his sophomore season after a strong freshman
year last year. He enters the season as one of WSU’s top running
backs.
Gabe returns for his senior season at defensive end for the Wildcats. He has appeared in 38 career games at Weber State and has
recorded 7.5 sacks and 47 total tackles.
2010 (Freshman)
Played in all 11 games and started one game for the Wildcats during the season...Finished third on the team in rushing yards per
game at 50...Rushed for 550 yards on 91 carries during the season, an average of 6.0 yards per carry, best on the WSU squad...
Also recorded two touchdowns, one at Boston College and one at
Northern Colorado...Had a career-high game of 90 yards on eight
carries in the four-overtime win over Northern Colorado, including
a 61-yard rush, his longest of the season...Also had 13 receptions
for 97 yards on the season, and had one receiving touchdown at
Sacramento State...Was fourth on the Wildcat team in all-purpose
yards with 647 for an average of 58.8 per game.
2010 (Junior)
Played in all 11 games and started in eight games at the defensive
end position for the Wildcats during the season...Led Weber State
and ranked 17th in the Big Sky in with 3.5 quarterback sacks during the season...Had 1.5 sacks at Idaho State and also recorded
a sack at home against Northern Colorado and at Sacramento
State...Recorded 23 total tackles on the year with 14 assisted and
nine unassisted...Had four total tackles in three games during the
year...Also recorded four tackles for loss...Had one forced fumble
during the season...Was named to the Big Sky Academic All-Conference Team.
2009
Sat out the season as a red-shirt.
Putnam North High School
Played under Coach Bob Wilson at Putnam North High School in
Oklahoma City...Was a high school rival with current WSU teammate Robbie Diamond who attended Putnam High...Made the
Oklahoma “Top 50 List” in 2008...Earned All-State Class 6A honors...Rushed for more than 1,100 yards in 2008, averaging 9.4
yards per game.
Personal
Full name is Joshua Booker...Was born Oct. 2, 1990...Is majoring
in Business Administration at Weber State...Favorite pro athlete is
Reggie Bush...Loves cinnamon rolls, singing and acting.
2009 (Sophomore)
Saw action in all 12 games, recording 19 total tackles (5 unassisted)...Had a quarterback sack for minus four yards at Portland
State...Had a single-game best of four total tackles at Wyoming and
at home vs. Cal Poly.
2008 (Freshman)
Played in 13 games and had four unassisted tackles during the
championship season for the Wildcats.
2007
Sat out the 2007 season as a red-shirt.
Bingham High School
Played for Coach Tom Cushing at Brighton HS where he helped
the Bengals to a 12-1 record in 2004...Had 80 total tackles and 11
quarterback sacks his senior season...Named First Team Class 5A
by the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune.
Personal
Full name is Gabriel Bowers...Was born on Oct. 2, 1986...He is the
oldest player on this year’s Wildcat team, just four days older than
Nick Webb...Originally signed with the Wildcats in February of 2005
but served an LDS Church mission to San Francisco before enrolling in school...Is majoring in Political Science at Weber State...Is a
serious Star Trek fan who says he speaks fluent Klingon and is well
versed in the uses of the Vulcan Death Grip.
Wildcat Fact
Born Oct. 2, 1986, Gabe Bowers is the oldest
player on this year’s Wildcat roster.
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Austin Butler
Offensive Guard • 6-2 • 285
R-Freshman
Grantsville, UT
54
Ged Carrington
Offensive Tackle • 6-3 • 295
Junior
Valencia, CA
75
Austin will be a red-shirt freshman on the offensive line for the Wildcats this season.
Ged returns for his junior season this fall at the offensive tackle
position for the Wildcats.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after walking on to the program
in the summer.
2010 (Sophomore)
Appeared in two games for the Wildcats during the season at the offensive line...Played in WSU’s first game of the year Sept. 4 at Boston College...Also saw action in the October 2 home game against
Eastern Washington, the eventual FCS national champions.
Stansbury High School
Graduated from Stansbury High School in Grantsville, Utah where
he played under Coach Clint Christiansen...Earned Second Team
All-State Class 4A honors in 2009 from the Deseret News...Was a
three-year starter on both sides of the line.
Personal
Full name is Austin Richard Butler...Was born December 11, 1991...
Is majoring in Business at Weber State...Favorite pro athlete is former Idaho State player and current NFL defensive end Jared Allen..
Likes to play tennis.
Steven Carpenter
Wide Receiver• 6-2 • 195
Freshman
Tulsa, OK
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2009
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after transferring to WSU after one
season at Pierce JC in California.
Pierce Junior College
Played the 2008 season under Coach Efrin Martinez at Pierce JC.
Valencia High School
Played under Coach Larry Muir at Valencia High School...Played
against current teammate, Jordan Adamczyk, in the Foothill
League...Earned Second Team All-League honors his senior season and was named Co-Offensive Lineman of the Year...Played in
the Daily News All-Star Game...Scored a touchdown by recovering
a fumble in the end zone...Played on his high school baseball team
as well.
Personal
Full name is Geddes Warren Carrington...First name is pronounced GED (G as in Geddes), not Jed...Was born on December
19, 1989....Is majoring in History at Weber State...Favorite sports
memory is hitting a walk-off home run in high school to win a game.
Steven joins the Wildcats from Tulsa, Oklahoma and will be a freshman wide receiver with the Wildcats this fall.
Edison High School
Started his high school career at Jenks High but switched to Tulsa’s
Edison High as a senior where he played for coach Jim Cherry...
As a senior he totaled 26 receptions for 450 yards and three touchdowns...Also had 318 return yards on seven returns...Was listed
as one of the top 30 prospects in Oklahoma and number 27 in
the state by Scout.com...Played at Jenks High School with current
Wildcat teammate Devin Pugh where he totaled 768 all-purpose
yards.
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Lamar Carpenter,
Jr...Was born October 26,
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one of several players on the roster from Oklahoma.
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Jordan Clemente
Tight End • 6-4 • 215
Sophomore
Tooele, UT
5
Curtis Cosgrove
Defensive End • 6-3 • 255
Sophomore
Brigham City, UT
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Jordan will be a sophomore tight end for the Wildcats this fall.
Curtis returns as a sophomore defensive end for the ‘Cats this fall.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in seven games during the season for the Wildcats...Had
two receptions for a total of 14 yards on the season...Had one catch
in WSU’s season opening game at Boston College...Also recorded
a nine-yard reception in the Oct. 16 win at Idaho State.
2010 (Freshman)
Returned to the Wildcats during the summer after a two-year LDS
Church mission...Did not see any action during the 2010 season.
2009 - Sat out the season as a red-shirt.
2007
Sat out the 2007 season as a red-shirt.
Tooele High School
Played under Coach Ray Groth at Tooele High School...Earned
First Team All-State Class 4A honors his senior season...Named
the 2009 Region 7 110-meter hurdles champion and placed fifth at
the state meet in the Long Jump.
Box Elder High School
Played at Box Elder under Coach Wes Roesler...Named First Team
Class 4A by the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune...Was the
2006 Region defensive MVP...Had 8.5 quarterback sacks, 65 total
tackles, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and three pass
deflections...Was the 2006-07 state of Utah powerlifting champion.
Personal
Full name is Jordan David Clemente...Was born July 2, 1991...Is
majoring in Human Performance Management...Enjoys modern art
and artists such as Van Gogh, along with art sculptures.
Personal
Full name is Curtis Cosgrove...Was born July 23, 1989...Is majoring
in Forensic Science at Weber State...Served an LDS Church mission to Oklahoma.
Barrinton Collins
Running Back • 5-9 • 185
Freshman
Corona, CA
25
Payden Dallimore
Wide Receiver • 5-9 • 185
Freshman
Midvale, UT
80
Barrinton comes to Weber State as a freshman from Corona, California. He had a very strong fall camp at the running back position.
Payden will be a freshman wide receiver for the Wildcats this fall.
He participated with the Wildcats during spring 2011 camp.
Centennial High School
Played for coach Matt Logan at Centennial High School in Corona,
California...Was named the Big VIII League Co-Offensive Player
of the Year and earned Rivals.com First Team All-State honors...
Was also named to the California Hi Sports All-State Team...Totaled 2,400 career rushing yards with 42 touchdowns...Averaged
10.1 yards per carry...Scored five touchdowns in a game on four
different occasions...His Centennial team set the all-time California
record with over 7,000 total yards as a senior...Centennial won the
Inland Division Championship and advanced to the state title game.
Hillcrest High School
Graduated in 2008 from Hillcrest High School...Played for coach
Kirk Merhish...As a senior in 2007 he earned All-State and All-Region honors...Was the team captain at Hillcrest and totaled over
1,000 receiving yards...Was a four-sport athlete...Earned All-Region honors in basketball and the team won the region title twice...
Also went to the state track meet in four events.
Personal
Full name is Barrinton Collins...Was born December 29, 1992...
Plans on majoring in Communication at Weber State.
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Full name is Payden Dallimore...Was born Sept. 16, 1989...Is married and his wife’s name is Mandie...Plans on majoring in Business
Administration at Weber State...Served an LDS Church mission to
Montreal, Canada...Speaks French and Spanish.
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Robbie Diamond
Cornerback • 6-0 • 175
Sophomore
Oklahoma City, OK
1
Robbie returns as a sophomore cornerback for the ‘Cats and is
listed as one of WSU’s top cornerbacks entering the season.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in all 11 games as a red-shirt freshman and started one
game for the ‘Cats...Recorded six total tackles during the season
with three assisted and three unassisted...Had a season-high two
tackles in a win at Northern Arizona...Also had one fumble recovery, coming in WSU’s first game of the season Sept. 4 at Boston
College.
2009
Sat out the 2009 season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in February 2009.
Putnam High School
Starred at Putnam High School in Oklahoma City under Coach
Mark Little and John Wofford...Was a high school rival of current
WSU teammate, Josh Booker, who attended Putnam North...Was
the Putnam team captain and MVP in 2008...Had 96 tackles and
two interceptions as a defensive back and 13 catches for 187 yards
and two touchdowns as a receiver...Earned an invitation to play in
the Jim Thorpe All-Star game.
Personal
Full name is Robbie LaVell Diamond...Was born October 27, 1990...
Is majoring in Business Administration/Marketing at Weber State...
Is one of 13 players on this year’s roster from Oklahoma...Says he
smiles about almost everything and anything!
Ryan Eastman
Defensive Tackle • 6-0 • 285
Junior
Honolulu, HI
and attended school in the fall and participated with the Wildcats in
the 2011 spring practices.
2009 (Sophomore)
Was named to the Big Sky Preseason All-Conference team as a
sophomore...Played in just seven games during the season due
to injury but started all seven of those contests...Earned Big Sky
All-Conference Honorable Mention honors for the second straight
season...In seven games he recorded 26 total tackles with nine unassisted and 17 assisted...Had a career-high of six total tackles in
two games, at Eastern Washington and at Northern Colorado. Also
recorded five tackles for loss...Totaled four sacks on the season
with three of them coming at Eastern Washington in WSU’s win on
October 10...For his performance in that game he was honored as
the Big Sky Defensive Player of the Week...Also had one fumble
recovery on the season.
2008 (Freshman)
Signed with the Wildcats as a highly prized recruit...Played in all 14
games as a true freshman and started two games during the season...Earned Big Sky All-Conference Honorable Mention honors
as a true freshman...Was part of the Wildcat squad that captured
the Big Sky title and advanced to the Second Round of the FCS
Playoffs...Recorded 22 total tackles as a defensive tackle...Had 13
unassisted and nine assisted tackles...Had a season-high five total
tackles in his second game playing in his home state of Hawaii...
Recorded four tackles for loss...Also had two sacks and one forced
fumble during the season.
Saint Louis High School
Played for Coach Delbert Tengan at Saint Louis High School, a
perennial prep power in the Aloha State...Comes from the same
program which produced current WSU players Zach Higgins, Adam
Sagapolutele-White, Tytan Timoteo and former Wildcat standout
quarterback Cameron Higgins...Team won two ILH championships
during his career...All-State defensive lineman named by the Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star Bulletin...Was rated the 110th
best defensive lineman in the country by ESPN...Ranked the ninth
best player in the state of Hawaii in 2007 by Rivals.com...Named to
the Goodwill HUB East/West All-Star Game.
Personal
Full name is Ryan George Kapono Eastman...Parents are Cindy,
and Bulla and Lynette Eastman...Is majoring in General Studies at
Weber State...At the age of 15 he was the Hawaii state racquetball
champion in the Novice Division.
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Ryan returns to the Weber State this fall and will be a junior this
season. He played two seasons for the Wildcats in 2008 and 2009.
He has appeared in 21 career games with the Wildcats and has 48
career tackles. He has nine career tackles for loss and six sacks.
Eastman transferred home to play for the University of Hawaii for
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Devin Ellis
Linebacker • 6-2 • 220
Sophomore
Draper, UT
56
Devin will be a sophomore for the Wildcats this fall.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in four games as a Wildcat during the season...Saw action against Boston College, Northern Colorado, Eastern Washington, and Montana.
2009
Sat out the 2009 season as a red-shirt after signing he was invited
to walkon with the ‘Cats that summer.
Alta High School
Played at Alta High under Coach Les Hamilton...Was a member of
the 2008 team which captured the Utah Class 5A state title...The
Hawks won back to back Region titles in 2007 and 2008 as well...
Served as a team captain and won the Alta High “Mr. Hustle Award”
his senior season.
Personal
Full name is Devin James Ellis...Was born April 10, 1991...Is majoring in Business Administration/Marketing at Weber State...Collects
state quarters as a hobby.
Tony Epperson
Safety • 6-4 • 215
Sophomore
Park City, UT
12
2009
Sat out the 2009 season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in February 2009.
Park City High School
Played at Park City High School under coach Brandon Matich, the
same school as current Wildcat teammates Cash Knight and Erik
Walker...Was named First Team All-State Class 3A by the Deseret
News and Second Team by the Salt Lake Tribune...Helped lead the
Miners to the semifinal game of the 2007 Class 3A playoffs...Played
both free safety and wide receiver.
Personal
Full name is Anthony John Epperson...Birthday is Oct. 14, the
same birthday as WSU head coach Ron McBride...Is majoring in
Business Administration at Weber State...Loves to solve Rubiks
Cubes and has figured out the 7 x 7 cube.
Karl Finai
Running back • 5-11 • 225
Freshman
Kearns, UT
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Karl joins the Wildcats this season as a freshman. He participated
in 2011 spring practice after returning from an LDS Church Mission.
Kearns High School
Graduated from Kearns High School in 2007...Played for coach Bill
Casper at Kearns...Earned All-Region honors as a senior in 2006...
Played running back and defensive back for the Cougars.
Personal
Full name is Karl Mani Finai...Last name is pronunced Fee-Nigh...
Was born Sept. 11, 1988...Served an LDS Church Mission to San
Bernardino, California before joining the Wildcats.
Tony will be a sophomore for the ‘Cats this fall. He played in all 11
games for WSU last season as a freshman. he will see action as
a safety and a punter.
2010 (Freshman)
Played in all 11 games as a freshman for the Wildcats...Recorded
three tackles on the season with one tackle each coming against
Northern Colorado, Sacramento State, and Idaho State...Also punted the ball in the first three games of the season for the ‘Cats...Had
seven punts for 235 yards, an average of 33.6 yards per game.
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Malone Fiso
Defensive Tackle • 6-0 • 270
Sophomore
Laie, HI
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Malone will be a sophomore on the defensive line for the Wildcats
this fall after playing in five games as a freshman last season.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in five games as a defensive tackle for the Wildcats during the season...Played in the last five games of the season...Recorded six total tackles on the season with a season-high three
tackles in WSU’s Nov. 13 win at Northern Arizona...Also had one
tackle for a loss at Montana State and also had a force fumble in
the game against the Bobcats.
Kahuku High School
Comes out of the perennial Hawaii high school power, Kahuku
High, in Laie where he played under Coach Reggie Torres...Helped
the Raiders to the 2006 state championship title...First Team AllLeague OTA East, Second Team All-State...Is one of three Wildcats
on the roster from Kahuku High...Sifa Heimuli and Veteson Sauni
are the other Wildcats from Kahuku.
Personal
Full name is Malone Matui Ikaika Fiso...Was born July 11, 1988...Is
majoring in Health Administrative Services at Weber State...Originally signed with the Wildcats in February 2007, but left to serve an
LDS Church mission to Apia, Samoa.
Tyrell Francisco
2009 (Junior)
Shared time with Kevin Halfhill and Brian Jankowski after Cody
Nakamura sustained his season-ending injury...Appeared in all 12
games for the Wildcats on the season...Recorded 12 catches for
a total of 131 yards and had three touchdowns...Had two catches,
both touchdowns, in the home game blizzard of WSU’s win over
Northern Arizona on November 14...Totaled a career-high 34 receiving yards for those two touchdowns...Had over 20 yards receiving in four games...Also had a touchdown in WSU’s win at Northern
Colorado October 24.
2008 (Sophomore)
Sustained an Achilles Tendon tear the first week of 2008 Spring
practice, but worked hard to get himself back for the 2008 season...
Played in 13 of the 14 games for the Wildcats as Weber State finished the season 10-4 and was co-Big Sky Champions....Did not
have a reception on the season but did have one kickoff return for
seven yards in WSU’s victory at Montana State October 11.
2007 (Freshman)
Appeared in nine games as a freshman for the Wildcats...Had two
receptions for a total of 16 yards on the year...Caught a 12-yard
pass in WSU’s final home game of the season, a win over Fort
Lewis...Also had a four-yard catch at Eastern Washington in the
final game of the season.
Rutland Secondary
Played for Coach Peter Mall at Rutland Secondary...Helped his
team to the 2004 Kelowna City championship...Was the MVP on
the basketball team for the 2003-04 season...Signed with Weber
State in February 2006.
Personal
Full name is Tyrell Francisco....Was born August 6, 1987...Is majoring in Soiciology at Weber State...Is a member of WSU’s StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).
Tight End • 6-3 • 250
Senior
Kelowna, BC, Canada
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Tyrell returns for his senior season with the Wildcats this fall. He
missed all of 2010 due to an Achilles tendon injury. Tyrell has appeared in 34 games in his career for the Wildcats. He had 14 career catches for 145 yards and three touchdowns. In May 2011 he
was drafted with the 36th pick of the Canadian Football League
Draft by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, the 29th player in Weber State
history drafted in the CFL.
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Trifon Gochis
Safety • 5-10 • 205
Sophomore
Tooele, UT
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Trifon will be a sophomore at the safety position for the Wildcats
this fall after transferring from Utah State before the 2010 season.
2010 (Freshman)
Transferred to Weber State from Utah State at the 2010 spring semester break...Appeared in just one game for the ‘Cats during the
2010 season, seeing action in WSU’s Homecoming win over UC
Davis on Sept. 25.
2009 (Utah State)
Red-shirted the 2009 season at Utah State under coach Brent Guy
at where he was the Defensive Scout Player of the Year.
Tooele High School
Played under Coach Sam Elliott at Tooele High where he was a
teammate with current WSU receiver Jordan Clemente...Was a
three-year starter for the Buffaloes...Earned Second Team All-State
Class 3A honors in 2007...Scored a game winning touchdown his
sophomore and senior year against Lehi.
Personal
Full name is Trifon Ray Gochis...Name is pronounced: Trif-in Gochis...Was born Sept. 16, 1989...Loves to play ping-pong.
Jarret Gooden
Cornerback • 5-10 • 170
Junior
Richmond, CA
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Jarret joins Weber State as a junior cornerback after transferring
to Weber State from UTEP. He is also expected to return kicks for
the ‘Cats this fall.
2010 (UTEP)
Transferred to UTEP to play for former Weber State head coach
Mike Price...Did not record any statistics during the 2010 season.
2009 (College of San Mateo)
Played as a freshman in 2009 at the College of San Mateo in San
Mateo, California...Started at cornerback in 10 of 12 games and
also was a return specialist...Aided the team to the 2009 Northern
California Championship and a no. 4 ranking in the country.
Benicia High School
Graduated from Benicia High School in 2008...Played for coach
Craig Holden...Was a four-year letterwinner...As a senior he
earned All-League and All-Region honors...Was also named to the
All-Times Herald Defensive Team and was named Benicia team
MVP...Totaled a team-best 1,200 yards of total offense and had ten
touchdowns, with five of them coming on special teams...Compiled
650 yards on kickoff returns...Also recorded 55 tackles and had
four interceptions and two fumble recoveries.
Personal
Full name is Jarret Gooden...Parents are Larrese Gooden and Kimberly Hines-Dozier...Mother ran track at Old Dominion...Was born
Feb. 21, 1990...Is pursuing a Bachelor of Integrated Studies at Weber State...Had a cousin who played wide receiver at Cal and an
uncle who played at Oregon and in the NFL.
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Jeff Gueck
Defensive End • 6-3 • 235
R-Freshman
Springville, UT
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Jeff comes into this season as a red-shirt freshman as a defensive
end after sitting out last year.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt.
Springville High School
Played at Springville High under former Detroit Lions quarterback
and University of Utah quarterback, Scott Mitchell...Earned First
Team Class 4A honors as a defensive lineman in 2009 by the Deseret News...Was the team captain as a senior...Led the team in
sacks, tackles, and quarterback hurries...Was the 2009-10 Class
4A state wrestling champion at 215 pounds.
Personal
Full name is Jeffrey James Gueck...Last name is pronounced
Geck...Was born June 24, 1991...A star wrestler who has great balance and foot work.
Willie Harris
Linebacker • 6-0 • 220
Junior
Layton, UT
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Willie will be a junior at linebacker this fall for the Wildcats. He has
appeared in 18 career games in his two seasons with the Wildcats
and has recorded 40 career total tackles.
2010 (Sophomore)
Played in nine games for the Wildcats and started one contest,
WSU’s Homecoming win over UC Davis on September 25...Recorded 18 total tackles on the year with eight unassisted and 18
assisted...Had season-highs of five tackles in back-to-back games
against UC Davis and Eastern Washington...Also recorded four
tackles in WSU’s first game of the season at Boston College.
2008
Came to WSU as a walk on in the Fall of 2008 but showed some
tough, physical play in practice sessions which caught the eyes of
coaches...Sat out the season as a red-shirt.
Layton High School
Played for Coach Jim Batchelor at Layton High...Earned First Team
All-State Class 5A honors...Helped the Lancers to a school record
13 wins during the 2007 season...Layton advanced to the state title
game but lost...Was part of the school 4x100 meter team which set
a Layton High school record.
Personal
Full name is William Paul Harris...Was born November 10, 1989...
His father, Mark, was an outstanding wrestler at Utah State...Is majoring in Physical Education at Weber State.
Sifa Heimuli
Linebacker • 5-11 • 230
R-Freshman
Kahuku, HI
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Sifa will be a red-shirt freshman for the Wildcats this season at the
linebacker position.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after returning from an LDS
Church mission.
Kahuku High School
Played under Coach Reggie Torres at perennial Hawaii prep powerhouse, Kahuku High in Laie, Hawaii...Helped lead his team to the
2007 state championship...Earned Second Team All-State honors
an was First Team All-League OIA East...High school teammate of
current WSU teammates, Malone Fiso and Veteson Sauni.
Personal
Full name is Joseph Hemuli but prefers to be known as Sifa...Was
born March 29, 1988...Signed with the Wildcats in February 2008,
but left to serve a two-year LDS Church mission to the Marshall Islands before enrolling in school...Is majoring in Business at Weber
State...Is one of 13 players on this year’s squad from Hawaii.
2009 (Freshman)
Played in nine games and had 22 tackles...Had eight unassisted
stops, five of them coming on special teams...Had a huge game at
Montana with a career single-game best 10 tackles...Suffered an
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Jarred Henry
Linebacker • 6-2 • 210
Sophomore
Columbia, MO
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Jarred returns for his sophomore season after playing in six games
as a freshman for the ‘Cats last year.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in six games for the Wildcats as a freshman safety...Saw
action against Northern Colorado, Sacramento State, UC Davis,
Eastern Washington, Northern Arizona and Texas Tech but did not
record any stats during the season.
2009
Sat out the 2009 season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in February 2009.
Rock Bridge High School
Graduated from Rock Bridge High School in Columbia, Missouri
where he played for coach A.J. Ofodile.
Personal
Full name is Jarred Taylor Henry...Was born July 1, 1991...Is majoring in Computer Science at Weber State...Likes to juggle as a
hobby...He is the only player on the WSU roster from Missouri...
His father, Lloyd Henry, played at Utah in the late 1970’s when
Coach Ron McBride was an assistant for the Utes...His older brother, Rocky Henry, played under Coach McBride at Utah in the mid
1990’s...Both his father and brother played in the NFL.
Zach Higgins
Safety • 5-10 • 195
Senior
Hawaii Kai, HI
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Zach returns for his senior season at safety with the Wildcats. He
has appeared in 10 career games with the Wildcats.
2009 (Sophomore)
Saw action in four games during the season but did not have any
statistics...Played at home vs. Idaho State, Northern Arizona and
Cal Poly and on the road vs. Northern Colorado.
2008 (Freshman)
Played in four games his first season...Had one unassisted tackle
at Idaho State and at Northern Arizona.
2007
Sat out the season as a red-shirt
Saint Louis High School
Played under Coach Delbert Tengan at Saint Louis High, a perennial power each year in the state of Hawaii..
Personal
Full name is Zachary Higgins...Was born August 21, 1989...Is the
younger brother of former Weber State quarterback Cameron Higgins, who finished his career last season as WSU’s and the Big
Sky’s career leader in touchdown passes...Zach is majoring in Sociology at Weber State.
Tanner Hinds
Running back • 5-9 • 200
Freshman
Kaysville, UT
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Tanner will be a freshman for the Wildcats this fall and is expected
to be one of several running backs used by the ‘Cats.
Davis High School
Graduated from Davis High School in 2010 where he played for
Coach Ryan Bishop...Was named the 2009 Utah Class 5A MVP...
Led the Darts to the 2009 5A state championship game...Had 281
carries for 1,931 yards and 24 touchdowns in 2009 and finished
with 2,578 all-purpose yards...Averaged 148.5 rushing yards per
game...Earned First Team 5A All-State Honors.
Personal
Full name is Tanner Franklin Hinds...Was born April 19, 1991...
Plans on majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber
State...Favorite sports moment was beating rival Syracuse High for
the Region championship in 2009.
2010 (Junior)
Saw action in just two games during the season for the Wildcats...
Played in WSU’s season opener at Boston College on September
4...Also played in WSU’s final home game, a win over Montana on
October 30...Recorded one tackle in the Montana game.
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David James
Cornerback • 5-11 • 285
Junior
Edmond, OK
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Brian Jankowski
Tight End • 6-4 • 255
Junior
Idaho Falls, ID
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David returns for his junior season at Weber State. He played
in 2010 with the Wildcats after transferring from the University of
Wyoming where he played in 2009. He will be one of WSU’s top
cornerbacks this season.
Brian returns for his junior season with the Wildcats after starting
every game in 2010. He has appeared in 16 career games in his
two seasons at Weber State and will be one of WSU’s top tight
ends during the season.
2010 (Sophomore)
Played in all 11 games for the Wildcats and started in six games in
his first season at WSU....Transferred to Weber State from the University of Wyoming...Recorded 21 total tackles on the season with
10 unassisted and 11 assisted tackles...Had three interceptions
during the season...Recorded interceptions at Boston College,
home against Eastern Washington, and home against Montana...
Also had seven pass break-ups during the season.
2010 (Sophomore)
Played and started in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season at the tight end position...Had 10 receptions for 89 total receiving yards...Had a season-high of 17 yards on two receptions in
WSU’s win at Northern Arizona on November 13...Had one touchdown on the season, coming in WSU’s final game of the year at
Texas Tech...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors.
2009 (University of Wyoming)
Came off a red-shirt year to earn a spot on the Cowboy depth chart,
slated to back up junior Marcell Gipson at the boundary cornerback
spot where he played in several games but did not have stats...
Red-shirted the 2008 season at Wyoming.
Edmond Memorial High School
Played free safety, wide receiver and was the kick return specialist
at Edmond Memorial HS...Was a high school teammate to current
WSU teammate Anthony Morales...Had 44 tackles and interception
on defense, caught 29 passes for 432 yards and five touchdowns...
Had 245 return yards and rushed for another 183 yards...Ran a
10.65 100 meter dash time his senior season...Played under Coach
Mark Walker...Was recruited by Iowa State, Rice and Tulsa.
Personal
Full name is David James...Was born May 26, 1990...Is majoring in
Technical Sales at Weber State.
2009 (Freshman)
Played in five games for the Wildcats in 2009...Had two receptions for 27 yards...Had a 17-yard snag on the road vs. Portland
State and a 10-yard grab on the road vs. Northern Colorado...Was
named to the Big Sky Academic All-Conference team.
2008
Sat out the season as a red-shirt
Skyline High School
Played under Coach Dale Guilford and Scott Berger at Skyline...
Named First Team All-Conference and All-District his senior season...Earned First Team Academic All-Conference honors as well.
Personal
Full name is Brian Jankowski...Was born on December 30, 1988...
Is majoring in Integrated Studies at Weber State.
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Devonte Johnson
Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 165
Freshman
Denver, CO
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Devonte joins the Wildcats from Denver, Colorado. He played wide
receiver in high school but is expected to play as a cornerback at
Weber State.
South High School
Graduated from South High School in Denver where he played for
coach Tony Lindsay...Finished his senior year of 2010 with 38 receptions for 803 yards, finishing as the third-best receiver in the
state of Colorado...Earned First Team All-Conference and Second
Team All-State honors...Also earned high school letters in track and
field and basketball...Averaged 14.3 points, four assists, and 2.3
steals per game in basketball and competed in the state track and
field meet in the relay events.
Personal
Full name is Devonte Johnson...Nickname is Vonte...Was born
January 3, 1993...Plans on majoring in Criminal Justice.
Xavian Johnson
Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 180
R-Freshman
Las Vegas, NV
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Josh Kealamakia
Kicker/Punter • 6-1 • 195
Sophomore
Syracuse, UT
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Josh returns for his sophomore season and will be one of WSU’s
top punters and kickers this season.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in ten games as a freshman for the Wildcats in 2010...
Finished the season sixth in the Big Sky in punting average at 39.9
yards per punt...Had 45 total punts on the year for 1,797 yards...
Had a season-long punt of 65 yards against Eastern Washington...
Also kicked off 48 times for the Wildcats for 3,061 yards, an average of 63.8 yards per kick.
Syracuse High School
Earned three letters in football and four in soccer at Syracuse High
School...Played under Coach Russ Jones...Earned First Team
Class 5A honors as a junior and Second Team honors as a senior...
Kicked a career long 51-yard field goal as a junior and had a career
long 70-yard punt.
Personal
Full name is Joshua Kali’i Kealamakia...Was born Jan. 20, 1992...
His uncle, Terry Kealamakia, was an outstanding hurdler for the
Wildcats and ranks sixth (14.29) in the 110-meter hurdles and fifth
(51.54) in the 400-meter hurdles...His aunt, Elizabeth Ward Kealamakia, is a member of the Weber State Athletic Hall of Fame and
still holds six WSU school records... Played soccer in Spain for the
Real Salt Lake Junior Team.
Xavian returns as a red-shirt freshman wide receiver for the Wildcats this season. Is expected to be a key contributor as a receiver
for the Wildcats.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in
February 2010.
Cheyenne High School
Graduated from Cheyenne High School in Las Vegas, Nevada
where he played for coach Perryn Hale...Earned First team AllLeague and All-Southern Nevada honors...Once ran a kickoff back
83-yards with three seconds left in the 4th quarter to defeat Shadow Ridge High School
Personal
Full name is Xavian Deontae Johnson...First name is pronounced
X-AY-Vee-In...Was born May 22, 1992...Nickname is X...Is the only
player on this year’s roster from Nevada.
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Shaydon Kehano
Wide Receiver • 5-11 • 180
Sophomore
Kaneohe, HI
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Shaydon returns for his sophomore season after playing in six
games as a freshman for the ‘Cats last year. Had a strong spring
camp for the Wildcats and caught a touchdown in the Spring Game.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in six games for the Wildcats during the season and
started at home against Portland State on Oct. 23...Only recorded
stats in one game during the season, his first collegiate game Sept.
4 at Boston College...Had two catches for 50 yards in that game,
including a 24-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter of that
game...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors during the
season.
Castle High School
Played under Coach Nelson Mae’ea at Castle High...Helped lead
his team to a victory in the 2009 state quarterfinal game, scoring on
a screen pass with less than a minute to play.
Personal
Full name is Shaydon Ioane Kehano...Last name is pronounced:
KAY-HA-NO...Was born Oct. 7, 1992...Is majoring in Communication at Weber State...Likes to play the piano and ukuele...Came to
Weber State because of the success of Tim Toone and wants to
emulate his game.
Blake Keller
Safety • 6-2 • 220
Senior
Salt Lake City, UT
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Blake returns for his senior season at safety with the Wildcats. He
has appeared in 34 games during his career and has 106 career
total tackles. He also has 53 unassisted tackles and 53 assisted
tackles in his career.
2010 (Junior)
Played and started in all 11 games for the Wildcats at the safety position...Recorded 79 total tackles with 41 unassisted tackles and 38
assisted tackles...Twice recorded 10 total tackles, at home against
Montana and at Northern Arizona...Finished 17th in the Big Sky
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2009 (Sophomore)
Appeared in 11 of WSU’s 12 games during the season...Recorded
15 total tackles in 2009, eight of them unassisted...Had two total
tackles in five different games...Had a forced fumble in WSU’s 27-9
win at home in the snow over Northern Arizona...Named to the
2009 Big Sky Conference All-Academic Team.
2008 (Freshman)
Played in 12 of WSU’s 14 games during the 10-4 Big Sky championship season...Had 12 total tackles, four unassisted...Had a fumble recovery on an Idaho State kickoff return which the Wildcats
turned into a quick touchdown in the 59-27 win over the Bengals.
Bingham High School
Played under Coach Dave Peck at Bingham High, helping the Miners to a 10-1 record his senior year in 2005...Led his team with four
interceptions during that season.
Personal
Full name is Blake Chad Keller...Was born June 10, 1988...Attended Salt Lake Community College his freshman year of school
before transferring to Weber State...Is majoring in Electronic Media
at Weber State.
Luke King
Linebacker • 6-0 • 200
Freshman
Salt Lake City, UT
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Luke comes to Weber State from Salt Lake City. He will be a freshman linebacker for the Wildcats this fall.
Cottonwood High School
Graduated from Cottonwoood High School in Salt Lake City where
he played for coach Josh Lyman...Earned Second Team All-State
honors and First Team All-Region honors...Was named the Defensive MVP for Region 2.
Personal
Full name is Luke King...Was born March 10, 1993...Plans on majoring in Computer Science at Weber State.
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Cash Knight
Defensive Tackle • 6-3 • 280
R-Freshman
Park City, UT
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Cash returns as a red-shirt freshman defensive tackle for the ‘Cats.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in
February 2010. Originially signed as a offensive lineman.
Park City High School
Played for coach Brandon Matich at Park City High School...Is one
of three Park City players on this years team, joining Tony Epperson and Erik Walker...Was named First Team Class 3A in 2009...
Two-year starter on both sides of the line...Helped the Miners to an
11-2 record overall in 2009 and to the Region 10 championship with
a 4-0 record...Helped pave the way for teammate Dylan Chynoweth
(RB), to rush for 2,258 yards and 34 touchdowns...Chynoweth was
the 2009 3A MVP.
Personal
Full name is Cash Knight...Was born May 27, 1992...Is the son of
former BYU football star Sean Knight...Is majoring in English at
Weber State.
Personal
Full name is Alex Land...Was born April 21, 1992...Plans on majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State...Is one of
13 players on this year’s WSU team from Oklahoma.
Ben Maraz
Quarterback • 6-2 • 210
Freshman
Phoenix, AZ
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Ben joins the Wildcats as a freshman quarterback from Phoenix,
Arizona this fall.
Sunnyslope High School
Graduated from Sunnyslope High School in Phoenix...Played for
coach Tim Mayfield where he was a four-year starter...Earned
Second Team All-Region honors...Threw for 1,900 yards and 12
touchdowns as a senior in 2010...For his career he threw for over
5,700 yards and totaled 43 touchdowns, with seven coming on the
ground.
Personal
Full name is Benjamin Scott Maraz...Was born February 25, 1993...
Plans on majoring in Business at Weber State.
Alex Land
Offensive Guard • 6-4 • 295
R-Freshman
Edmond, OK
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Alex returns as a red-shirt freshman on the WSU offensive line.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in
February 2010.
Santa Fe High School
Played under Coach Bruce Gowen at Santa Fe High School in Edmond, Oklahoma...Comes out of the same high school program as
Wildcat teammates Willie Okwuonu and Trevor Pletcher...Earned
All-State, All-District, All-Area and All-Conference honors in 2009...
Was rated as one of the top 20 offensive linemen in the state of
Oklahoma his senior season...Helped two of his running back
teammates rush for over 1,000 yards in 2008 and 2009...Posted
a 3.80 GPA.
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Kela Marciel
Cornerback • 5-10 • 180
Sophomore
Kailua, HI
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Kela returns as a sophomore cornerback for the Wildcats this fall.
He played in all 11 games last season.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season, starting two games at home against Portland State and Montana...Recorded 22 total tackles on the season with 18 unassisted and four
assisted...Had a season-high four tackles in WSU’s Homecoming
win over UC Davis on Sept. 25...Also recorded one tackle for loss
at Sacramento State...Ha one interception for six yards in WSU’s
win at Northern Arizona on Nov. 13...Was named to the Big Sky
Academic All-Conference Team.
2009
Sat out the 2009 season as a red-shirt.
‘Iolani High School
Played for Coach Wendell Look at ‘Iolani High in Kailua, Hawaii...
Played on two state championship teams in football and one in
basketball...Earned All-State honors his sophomore year as a defensive back and at quarterback his junior and senior seasons...
Had 12 career interceptions...Had a 70-yard touchdown run in the
state championship his senior which was televised throughout the
Islands.
Personal
Full name is Wylie Kapo’okela Heine Marciel...Name is pronounced:
KELL-ah MAR-see-ell...Was born July 18, 1990...Is majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State.
Dustin Martin
Linebacker • 6-3 • 220
R-Freshman
Liberty, UT
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Dustin will be a freshman for the Wildcats at the linebacker position
after returning from and LDS Church mission. He also competes
for the WSU men’s track and field team as a thrower.
Weber State Track and Field
Competed for the Weber State men’s track and field team during
the 2009 outdoor season...Won the Big Sky title in the discus at the
outdoor championships in Missoula, Montana...Posted a mark of
167-05 to win the event, a mark that ranks as the fifth best in Weber State history and is a WSU freshman record...Became just the
fourth Wildcat to capture the Big Sky title in the discus...Qualified
for the NCAA West regional meet where he finished 13th.
Weber High School
Earned varsity letters in football, wrestling and track for the Weber
High Warriors...Was the 2008 Utah Class 5A state wrestling champion at 215 pounds and earned all-America honors as well...Was
the 2008 Utah Class 5A state Discus champion...Earned All-Region
honors in football.
Personal
Full name is Dustin Miller...Parents are Mike and Brenda Martin...
Was born April 9, 1990.
Shaun McClain
Kicker/Punter • 6-3 • 215
Sophomore
Redlands, CA
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Shaun returns for his sophomore season after a strong freshman
campaign in 2010. In July 2011 he was named to the CFPA Watch
List as a placekicker. Shaun is a left-footer with a strong, accurate
leg.
2010 (Freshman)
Played in all 11 games as a kicker for the Wildcats during the season...Was 15-20 on field goals on the season...Had a season-long
field goal of 40 yards in WSU’s win at Northern Arizona Nov. 13...
Made 11 straight field goals during the year...Was 24-26 on extra
point attempts on the season for a percentage of 92.3 percent,
sixth best in the Big Sky...Scored 69 points for the Wildcats, sixth
best in the Big Sky among kickers...Also had five kickoffs for 267
yards, all coming in WSU’s first game at Boston College on Sept. 4.
Redlands High School
Played under Coach Jim Walker at Redlands High...Earned Second Team All-CBL and All-CIF honors and First Team All-County as
a punter...Was a Kohl’s Kicking Finalist and a multiple award winner in the Snap, Hold and Kick competition.
Personal
Full name is Shaun Douglas McClain...Was born Feb. 25, 1992...
Is majoring in Criminal Justice at Weber State...His favorite sports
memory was kicking a game-winning field goal in 2009.
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Solomon Means
Cornerback • 6-1 • 165
Freshman
Stockton, CA
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Solomon joins the Wildcats from Stockton, California and will be a
freshman cornerback this season.
Lincoln High School
Graduated from Lincoln High School in Stockton, California where
he played for coach Brian Gray...Earned First Team All-Area honors
as a defensive back...Also earned Outstanding Defensive honors
and was named the Lincoln High School Player of the Year.
Personal
Full name is Solomon Hopi Means...Nickname is Sol...Was born
March 26, 1993...Plans on majoring in Art at Weber State.
Matt Miller
Wide Receiver• 5-10 • 185
Senior
Scotts Valley, CA
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Matt returns for his senior season with the Wildcats this fall. He has
appeared in 16 career games at Weber State.
2010 (Junior)
Played in ten games for the Wildcats during the season...Started in
WSU’s home win over Portland State on October 23, his first career
start...Did not record any stats during the season.
2009 (Sophomore)
Came to WSU in the Summer of 2009 as a walk on, urged on by
former WSU receivers coach, Steve Cox...Appeared in five games
for the Wildcats in a reserve role...Had one catch for 19 yards in
WSU’s 44-17 home field win over Idaho State.
Played both receiver and defensive back at Scotts Valley High...
Set a school record his senior seasons with 10 receptions for 220
yards...Two-time First Team All-League as a receiver...Was his
school’s 2006-07 Scholar-Athlete Award winner.
Personal
Full name is Matthew Miller...Was born on August 2, 1989...Is majoring in Psychology at Weber State.
Anthony Morales
Middle Linebacker • 6-0 • 230
Sophomore
Edmond, OK
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Anthony returns for his sophomore season after a strong freshman
year where he played in ten games for the Wildcats. He will be one
of WSU’s team captains this season....He is one of 13 players on
this year’s roster from Oklahoma, including six from his hometown
of Edmond.
2010 (Freshman)
Played ten games as a red-shirt freshman for the Wildcats and
started one game...Recorded 19 total tackles on the year with 10
unassisted and nine assisted...Had a season-high eight tackles at
Sacramento State, including one tackle for loss.
2009
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in
February 2009.
Edmond Memorial High School
Played for Coach Mark Walker at Edmond Memorial...Was the twotime team Defensive Player of the Year...Two-time All-State and AllBig City...Was the 2008 District Player of the Year...Named as one
of the state’s “Top 50” players by Rivals.com...Three-year starter,
and team captain his senior year...Was a highly skilled high school
wrestler and was the 2008-09 state 165-pound wrestling champion...Was high school teammates with current Wildcat teammate
David James.
Personal
Full name is Anthony
David
Morales...Was
born Aug. 27, 1990...
Loves
snowboarding
and plans to get better
while living in Utah.
Cabrillo Junior College
Played one season at Cabrillo College where he served as team
captain and was a starter as a receiver and kick return specialist.
Scotts Valley High School
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Bijon Mostoufi
Defensive Tackle • 6-2 • 295
Sophomore
Honolulu, HI
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Bijon will be a sophomore for the Wildcats on the defensive line
this fall.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in three games for the Wildcats during the season, playing in the first three games of the season at Boston College, home
to Northern Colorado, and at Sacramento State...Recorded one
tackle in the game at Sacramento State.
2009
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in
February 2009.
Kaiser High School
Played for coach Patrick Samsohas at Kaiser High School...Served
as team captain his senior season and was selected to play in the
Hawaii prep All-Star game where he got a tackle for loss on the first
play of the game...Named to the state All-Academic Team as well.
Personal
Full name is Bijon Ali Mostoufi...Name is pronounced: BEE-zjohn
MOES-two-fee...Was born Jan. 20, 1991...Is majoring in Political
Science at Weber State.
Danny Mullarkey
Defensive End • 6-3 • 250
Sophomore
Phoenix, AZ
2009
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in
February 2009.
Desert Vista High School
Comes out of Desert Vista High, a perennial prep football power in
the state of Arizona...Played under Coach Dan Hinds...Team was
the 2007 state runners up...Earned Second Team state class 5A
honors as a tight end and Honorable Mention All-Arizona team as
a defensive end.
Personal
Full name is Daniel Scott Mullarkey...Was born June 28, 1990...Is
majoring in Business Administration at Weber State.
Connor Myers
Defensive Tackle • 6-0 • 280
Freshman
Edmond, OK
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Connor will be a freshman defensive end for the Wildcats this fall
after signing with WSU in February 2011. Is one of several players
on the roster from Oklahoma.
Edmond Memorial High School
Graduated from Edmond Memorial High School in Edmond, Oklahoma where he played for Coach Justin Meredith...Earned All-State
and All-Big City honors...Was named the Edmond Defensive Player
of the Year as a senior in 2010.
Personal
Full name is Daymond Connor Myers...Was born Aug. 20, 1993...
Plans on majoring in Human Performance at Weber State.
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Danny will be a sophomore for the Wildcats at the defensive end
this season.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in six games for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded four total tackles on the year, two unassisted and two assisted...Totaled two tackles in his first collegiate game, Sept. 4 at
Boston College...Also had one quarterback hurry, coming in WSU’s
win at Idaho State Oct. 16...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors.
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Chase Nakamura
Wide Receiver • 6-3 • 180
Sophomore
Wailuku, HI
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Chase will be a sophomore wide receiver for the Wildcats this fall
after transferring to Weber State from the University of Utah.
University of Utah
Spent two seasons with the University of Utah football team...Redshirted in 2009 and did not compete in a game for the Utes as a
freshman in 2010.
HP Baldwin High School
Graduated from HP Baldwin High School in Wailuku, Hawaii...
Comes from the same high school as current WSU teammate Ceejay Santos.
Personal
Was born March 7, 1990...His older brother Cody Nakamura played
four seasons as a tight end for the Wildcats from 2006-09...Cody
appeared in 29 career games and had 79 receptions for 984 yards
and 14 touchdowns.
Mo Neal
Linebacker • 6-2 • 240
Senior
Oakland, CA
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Maurice (Mo) Neal returns for his senior season with the Wildcats
after a strong year in 2010. He started in nine of ten games last
season and is expected to be one of the leaders on the defensive
side this season.
2010 (Junior)
Transferred to Weber State for the 2010 Spring semester after
spending two years at the University of Utah earning a varsity letter...In his first season with the Wildcats he appeared in 10 games
and started nine games at the outside linebacker position...Recorded 36 total tackles on the season with 28 unassisted tackles and
eight assisted tackles...Had a career-high seven tackles, all unassisted at Sacramento State on September 18...Also had five tackles in WSU’s four-overtime win over Northern Colorado and had
five tackles at Texas Tech...Had one interception on the season,
which he returned for 73 yards in WSU’s win at Idaho State October
16...Also had one pass breakup on the season.
University of Utah
Knee injuries slowed him his first two seasons...Sat out the 2007
year as a red-shirt, but made the Athletic Director’s Academic Honor Roll...Played in nine games during the 2008 season and had
nine total tackles (four unassisted) with a game best four tackles
vs. San Diego State.
San Leandro High School
2006 Cream of the Crop and preseason All-American...First Team
all league and Second Team All-East Bay...Played for two-time
HAAL champion San Leandro High...Had 48 tackles, interceptions
returned for touchdowns, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries his senior season.
Personal
Full name is Maurice Neal...Nickname is Mo...Was born on Jan. 2,
1988...Is majoring in Sociology at Weber State.
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Willie Okwuonu
Safety • 6-0 • 200
Sophomore
Edmond, OK
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Willie returns for his sophomore season with the Wildcats this fall
after playing in all 11 games last season. He is one of 11 players on
this year’s roster from Oklahoma, including six from his hometown
of Edmond.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Recorded 15 total tackles for the Wildcats with seven unassisted and
eight assisted tackles...Had a season-high six tackles in WSU’s
Homecoming win over UC Davis on Sept. 25...Also recorded one
tackle for loss, coming in a home game against Eastern Washington...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors.
2009
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in
February 2009.
Edmond Santa Fe High School
Played at Edmond Santa Fe High School in Edmond, Oklahoma...
Played under Coach Bruce Gowen...Was the 2008 Defensive
Player of the Year in his league...Holds his school record for most
interceptions in a game with four...Named First Team All-State and
All-District...Earned All-State honors as a soccer player as well,
serving four years as the team captain...Played in high school with
current WSU teammates Alex Land and Trevor Pletcher.
Personal
Full name is Willie Kenechukwu Okwuonu...Last name pronounced:
AH-kwon-oo...Was born October 10, 1990...Is majoring in Human
Performance Management at Weber State.
Obi Owoh
Linebacker • 6-2 • 220
Freshman
Roswell, GA
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Obi will be a freshman linebacker with the Wildcats this fall. He
participated with the team in Spring 2011 practices.
Roswell High School
Attended Roswell High School in Roswell, Georgia...Played for
Coach Leo Barker at Roswell...David Brunner was his defensive
line coach.
Personal
Full name is Obinna Ikenna Owoh...Was born July 25, 1992 in Riverside, California...Plans on majoring in Athletic Therapy at Weber
State...Is of Nigerian descent...Is the only player on the roster from
the state of Georgia.
Adam Padilla
Cornerback • 5-7 • 175
Freshman
La Mirada, CA
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Adam will be a freshman cornerback with the Wildcats this fall. He
participated with WSU during spring 2011 camp.
St. Paul High School
Played for coach Casey Morales at St. Paul High School in La Mirada, California...Graduated in 2010 from St. Paul...Played wide
receiver and defensive back.
Personal
Full name is Adam Paul Padilla...Was born May 10, 1992.
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Lanny Papanikolas
Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 185
Junior
Salt Lake City, UT
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Lanny will be a junior wide receiver with the Wildcats this fall after transferring from Saddleback College. He participated with the
Wildcats during the spring 2011 camp.
Saddleback JC
Played two seasons (2009, 2010) at Saddleback College in Mission
Viejo, California...As a freshman in 2009 he had two receptions for
36 yards for the Gauchos...As a sophomore in 2010 he played in
five games and has three catches for 23 yards, and average of 7.7
yards per catch.
Cal Poly
After graduating from high school he attended future Big Sky member Cal Poly...Redshirted the 2008 season with the Mustangs before transferring.
Skyline High School
Graduated from Skyline High School in Salt Lake City where he
played for Roger Dupaix...Earned All-Region honors and was an
Honorable Mention All-State selection.
Personal
Full name is Lanny Landures Papanikolas...Was born Feb. 16,
1990...Is majoring in Accounting at Weber State.
Kris Parham
Running back • 5-8 • 180
R-Junior
Oklahoma City, OK
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Bishop McGuinnes High School
Coached by Kenny Young at Bishop McGuinnes High School in
Oklahoma City...Helped lead his team to back-to-back state titles
his junior and senior season.
Personal
Full name is Kris Parham...Was born November 11, 1989...Is majoring in Technical Sales at Weber State.
Bobby Parker
Wide Receiver • 6-6 • 215
Junior
San Diego, CA
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Bobby will be a junior for the Wildcats this fall at the wide receiver position. He participated in the 2011 spring ball sessions and
caught a 31-yard touchdown in the annual Purple and White game.
2010 (Sophomore)
Did not play in any game during the season for the Wildcats...
Moved to wide receiver in the Spring of 2010 but suffered a knee
injury early in Spring drills and missed the rest of the sessions.
2009 (Freshman)
Was a member of the roster but did not appear in any game during
the 2009 season.
2008
Came to Weber State as a walk-on and red-shirted the 2008 season as a tight end.
Scripps Ranch High School
Played under Coach Sergio Diaz at Scripps Ranch High School...
Earned Second Team All-League honors his senior season.
Personal
Full name is Robert J. Parker...Was born on September 1, 1988...Is
majoring in Human Performance Management/Wellness at Weber
State.
Kris will be a junior for the Wildcats in the 2011 season. He sat out
the 2010 season as a red-shirt after transferring from Ventura Junior College. Saw plenty of reps during spring ball for the Wildcats.
2010
Coaches made a call to him after one week of Fall camp and asked
him to come aboard...Red-shirted with the Wildcats for the 2010
season.
Ventura Junior College
Played for Coach John Mack at Ventura Junior College in Ventura,
California...Had eight catches for 89 yards during the 2009 season.
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Tyler Parson
Quarterback • 6-0 • 175
Freshman
Bountiful, UT
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Tyler will be a freshman quarterback with the Wildcats this fall.
Woods Cross High School
Graduated from Woods Cross High School...Played for coach Fred
Fernandes, former Weber State assistant coach...Was a three-year
starter with the Wildcats...Played on the same team as WSU teammate Darchon Taggart...
Personal
Full name is Tyler Parson...Was born Feb. 26,1993...Is originally
from Oregon...Favorite pro athlete is Drew Brees.
2009 (Freshman)
Played in eight games as a true freshman for the Wildcats and
started in six contests...Did not record any stats during the year and
served as the long snapper for most of the season...
Edmond Santa Fe High School
Set a school record in Tackles for Loss (33) and Quarterback Sacks
(12) his senior season at Edmond Santa Fe...Was named prep
player of the week six times in his career...Played under Coach
Bruce Gowen...Signed with the Wildcats in February 2009, along
with high school teammate, Willie Okwuonu.
Personal
Full name is Byron Trevor Pletcher...Was born December 4, 1990...
Is majoring in Human Performance Management/Sports & Recreation at Weber State.
Devin Pugh
Cornerback • 5-10 • 175
R-Freshman
Tulsa, OK
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Devin returns as a red-shirt freshman with the Wildcats at the cornerback position this season.
Trevor Pletcher
Defensive End • 6-2 • 245
Junior
Edmond, OK
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Trevor returns for his junior season at the defensive end position
for the Wildcats...In just two seasons with the Wildcats Trevor has
played in 19 career games and has started in 13 of those contests.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after deciding to attend Weber
State in May 2010.
Jenks High School
Graduated from Jenks High School in Jenks, Oklahoma, one of
the traditional prep powerhouse football programs in the Oklahoma
each year...Helped Coach Allen Trimble’s team to state championships in 2006 and 2007.
Personal
Full name is Devin Michael Pugh...Was born January 13, 1992...Is
majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State...Is
one of several players on the team from Oklahoma.
2010 (Sophomore)
Played in all 11 games for the Wildcats and started in seven of
those games at the defensive end position...Recorded 27 total
tackles on the year with 16 unassisted and 11 assisted tackles...
Had season-highs of five total tackles twice, home against UC Davis and at Idaho State...Recorded 4.5 tackles for loss on the year
and had three sacks...Had a sack against UC Davis, at Idaho State,
and home to Montana, all WSU victories...Also had one fumble recovery at Montana State.
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Clay Ramos
Fullback • 6-2 • 240
Senior
Nampa, ID
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Clay will be a senior fullback with the Wildcats this fall. He came
to Weber State for fall camp of 2010 but was hurt and left the team
after fall camp. He returned to join WSU this fall.
Yuba Community College
Transferred to Yuba Community College in Marysville, California
and competed as a sophomore in 2009.
University of Mary
Competed as a freshman in 2006 at the University of Mary a Division II school in Bismarck, North Dakota...Was on the roster in 2007
but did not compete.
Nampa High School
Graduated from Nampa High School in 2006...Played for coach Jay
Whinery...Recorded 22.5 sacks his senior season...Earned First
Team All-State and First Team All-Conference honors as a defensive lineman...Was the Nampa team MVP.
Personal
Full name is William Clayton Ramos, Jr...Nickname is Claymore...
Was born May 12, 1988...Is majoring in Physical Education at Weber State.
Spencer Rangasan
Center • 6-0 • 280
Sophomore
West Jordan, UT
Cottonwood High School
Played at Cottonwood High School for Coach Cecil Thomas who
is now his position coach at Weber State...Earned First Team AllState Class 4A honors in 2008.
Personal
Full name is Spencer Lane Kawika Rangason...Last name is pronounced: RANG-a-san... Is half-Hawaiian...Was born May 10,
1990...Is majoring in Business/Multi-Media Technology at Weber
State.
Jeff Rasmussen
Offensive Tackle • 6-8 • 310
R-Freshman
South Jordan, UT
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Jeff returns as a redshirt freshman for the Wildcats on the offensive
line this season.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after returning home from and
LDS Church mission.
Bingham High School
Played for Coach Dave Peck at Bingham High, one of the top prep
football programs in the state of Utah...Helped the Miners to a perfect 12-0 season and 5A state championship in 2005...Won both
the University of Utah and BYU “Lineman Challenge” in Summer
camps...Earned Honorable Mention All-State 5A honors.
Personal
Full name is Jeffery Lynn Rasmussen...Was born November 25,
1987...Nickname is Big Sexy...Signed with the Wildcats in February 2006 before serving a two-year LDS Church mission to Sacramento, California...Is majoring in Political Science at Weber State...
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Spencer returns for his sophomore season as a center. He sat out
the 2010 season as a red-shirt.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt sophomore.
2009 (Freshman)
Appeared in four games as a true freshman for the Wildcats and
started two games...Started at Colorado State and at Montana...
Also saw action against Idaho State and Northern Arizona, both
wins at home.
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Austin Raught
Wide Receiver • 6-2 • 205
Senior
Farr West, UT
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Austin enters his senior season as one of the top returning receivers for the Wildcats...He played in all 11 games last season as a
junior and has appeared in 24 career games for the Wildcats. He
has 250 career receiving yards entering this season.
2010 (Junior)
Appeared in all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Had
18 receptions for a total of 184 yards and one touchdown...Ranked
fourth on the team in receiving yards...Had 40 or more receiving
yards in three games during the season...Caught four balls for a
career-high 47 yards and had his only career touchdown in WSU’s
four-overtime win over Northern Colorado on September 11...Had
a career-high five receptions for 42 yards at Montana State and
also had three catches for 40 yards in WSU’s win at Idaho State,
including a season-long 42 yard reception...Also had one tackle on
the season...Was named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic
Team.
2009 (Sophomore)
Saw action in four games for the Wildcats but did not have a reception.
2006 (Freshman)
Played in nine games for the Wildcats as a first-year freshman.
... Had eight catches for 66 yards. ... Had a single game high two
receptions vs. Northern Colorado, Montana, and at Montana State.
... Had a single game high 24 receiving yards vs. Montana State,
including a career long reception of 19 yards.
Fremont High School
Played for Coach Blaine Monkres at Fremont High...Left as the alltime leading receiver in Utah prep history with 231 receptions for
3,430 yards and 41 touchdown receptions...Most of those 231 receptions came from Joel Hancock...In 2004 he had 86 receptions
which is a state single-season record.
Personal
Full name is Austin Raught...Last name pronounced: ROT...Was
born on Jan. 2, 1988...Is majoring in Organizational Communication at Weber State...Left after his freshman season to serve a twoyear LDS Chruch mission...Is married to Kierstin Raught, who is a
member of Weber State’s soccer team.
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Jamie Rigby
Safety • 5-10 • 175
R-Freshman
Bountiful, UT
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Jamie returns as a redshirt freshman for the Wildcats at safety this
season.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after returning home from and
LDS Church mission.
Bountiful High School
Played for Coach Larry Wall at Bountiful High...Earned First Team
4A All-State honors as a defensive back...Had 12 career interceptions...Had over 1,700 all-purpose yards in his career and returned
one kickoff back for a touchdown in 2007...Was named “Mr. Football” in Region Five for the 2007 season.
Personal
Full name is Jamie Kim Rigby...Was born August 7, 1989...Signed
with the Wildcats in February 2008 but left to serve a two-year LDS
Church mission to Seoul, Korea...Is majoring in Business Management at Weber State...Is half Korean.
Shelton Robinson
Offensive Tackle • 6-3 • 275
R-Freshman
Pocatello, ID
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Shelton returns as a redshirt freshman for the Wildcats on the offensive line.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after signing with the Wildcats in
February 2010.
Highland High School
Played for Coach Geno Mariani at the traditionally strong football
program of Highland High School in Pocatello, Idaho...Helped the
Rames win the 2009 state title...Earned First Team All-State, AllArea, and All-Conference honors...Also played basketball at Highland High.
Personal
Full name is Shelton Robinson...Nickname is Shelt...Was born
June 12, 1992...Is majoring in Physical Therapy at Weber State....
Likes to snow ski.
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Pete Rolf
Defensive End • 6-4 • 265
Senior
Salt Lake City, UT
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Pete returns for his senior season with the Wildcats after playing in
all 11 games last season.
2010 (Junior)
Transferred to Weber State in early August after spending three
seasons at Ball State...Played in all 11 games as a junior for the
Wildcats...Started in four of the final 11 games at defensive end...
Recorded 29 tackles on the season...Had 12 unassisted tackles
and 17 assisted tackles...Had a season-high eight tackles at home
against Eastern Washington on October 2...Had 4.5 tackles for the
loss on the year, for a total of 25 yards...Also recorded 2.5 sacks on
the year, with 1.5 at Idaho State and one at Texas Tech...Blocked
a kick in WSU’s four overtime win over Northern Colorado on September 11 and also had one pass breakup at Sacramento State.
Ball State
Red-shirted for the Cardinals in 2007. ... Did not play in any games
in 2008. ... Played in all 12 games in 2009, earning a varsity letter
Piqua High School
Earned three varsity letters at Piqua HS under Coach Bill Ness...
Also lettered four seasons in basketball...Helped his team to a 13-2
record and the state championship as a senior...Tallied 90 tackles,
five quarterback sacks and 18 tackles for loss his senior season,
and added three interceptions...Moved to Ohio his freshman year
in high school.
Personal
Full name is Peter Edward Rolf...Was born on May 8, 1989...Is
the nephew of WSU defensive line coach, Jason Kaufusi...Pete’s
mother, Rachel, is Jason’s sister...Is majoring in Business at Weber
State.
Adam
Sagapolutele-White
Defensive Tackle • 5-11 • 290
Junior
Waipahu, HI
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Adam returns for his junior season with the Wildcats after earning
All-Conference Honorable Mention honors as a defensive tackle
last season. He has appeared in 22 games in the last two seasons
with the Wildcats. Has 48 career total tackes with nine tackles for
loss. Has tremendous overall body strength and gives opposing
centers fits with his deceptive speed and quickness.
2010 (Sophomore)
Played in ten games during the season for the Wildcats and started
in seven contests...Earned Honorable Mention Big Sky All-Conference honors for his play...Ranked fifth on the WSU team in total
tackles with 41...Recorded 12 unassisted tackles and 29 assisted
tackles...Had a career-high of nine tackles in WSU’s home opening win over Northern Colorado on September 11...Recorded 5.5
tackles for loss on the season, third most on the WSU squad...Had
a season-high of 1.5 tackles for loss in a home win over Portland
State...Also recorded a half sack at Idaho State.
2009 (Freshman)
Played in all 12 games as a first year freshman and was a starter
in seven of those contests...Had 23 total tackles (four unassisted)...
Had a career-high four tackles vs. Montana State and Northern
Arizona...Had 3.5 tackles for loss, two of them coming in the FCS
playoff game at William & Mary...Had a quarterback sack for minus
six yards at home against Cal Poly.
Saint Louis High School
Played at Saint Louis High School, a perennial prep power in the
state of Hawaii...Same high program which produced former WSU
starting quarterback, Cameron Higgins as well as current teammates Zach Higgins, Tytan Timoteo and Ryan Eastman...Was the
captain of the Hawaii team in the Samoa Bowl.
Personal
Full name is Adam Anthony Sagapolutele-White...Last name is pronounced: Sag-a-pool-a-tell-e-White...Was born May 21, 1991...Is
majoring in General Studies at Weber State.
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Ceejay Santos
Personal
Was born November 21, 1992... Name is pronounced: VET-son
SAW-nee...Is majoring in Business Management at Weber State.
Kicker/Punter • 6-1 • 205
Freshman
Wailuku, HI
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Ceejay will be a freshman kicker for the Wildcats this fall from Hawaii.
HP Baldwin High School
Graduated from H.P. Baldwin High School in Wailuku, Hawaii
where he played for Coach A. J. Roloos...Comes from the same
high school as teammate Chase Nakamura...HP Baldwin is also
the same school as former WSU assistant coach and current Utah
assistant coach Chad Kauhaahaa...Earned First Team All-State
honors as a senior...Recorded the most 50-yard field goals in the
league and had a career-best 53-yard field goal...Also played receiver in high school where he caught 15 passes for 151 yards and
four touchdowns as a senior...Also returned a kickoff 99-yards for a
touchdown...Was a four-year letter winner in football and baseball...
Signed with the Wildcats in February 2011.
Personal
Full name is Ceejay Santos...Was born May 6, 1993...Plans on majoring in Business Management at Weber State.
Veteson Sauni
Defensive Tackle • 6-0 • 285
Sophomore
Laie, HI
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Veteson returns for his sophomore season after playing in all 11
games as a true freshman last season.
2010 (Freshman)
Played in all 11 games as a true freshman on the defensive line
for the Wildcats...Started in two games, against Portland State and
Northern Arizona...Recorded 15 total tackles on the season with
seven unassisted and eight assisted...Also had 1.5 sacks on the
year coming against Portland State and Northern Arizona.
Kahuku High School
Graduated from Kahuku High School in Laie, Hawaii, a powerful
prep program which has produced a number of NFL players...Was
coached by Reggie Torres...Returned a recovered fumble 80 yards
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Tony Schmitz
Linebacker • 6-0 • 245
Sophomore
Boise, ID
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Tony returns for his sophomore season after playing in six games
for the ‘Cats last season.
2010 (Freshman)
Appeared in six games for the Wildcats during the season...Had
one tackle in two games, at home against Northern Colorado and
at Idaho State.
2009
Sat out the 2009 season as a red-shirt...Signed with Weber State
in February 2009...Came to WSU as a roverback but was moved to
safety in the spring of 2010.
Boise High School
Played at Boise High under Coach Bob Clark...Helped his 2008
team to its first winning seasons in 12 years, and served as a team
captain on that squad...Earned Second Team all-State honors and
First Team all-Conference honors...Had 17 tackles for loss and 10
quarterback sacks his senior year.
Personal
Full name is Anthony Charles Schmitz...Was born September 14,
1990...Is majoring in Business Administration at Weber State...
Plays the guitar, bass, ukulele and drums.
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Kyle Shaney
Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 185
Senior
Sparks, NV
15
Kyle will be a senior wide receiver for the Wildcats this fall after
transferring from Utah State. He did participate with the Wildcats
during the spring 2011 camp.
2008-10 (Utah State University)
Transferred to Utah State where he attended for three seasons but
did not compete in any games for the Aggies.
2007 (Butte College)
Attended Butte College in Oroville, California in 2007 where he
competed as a freshman for the Roadrunners, the same school
where Green Bay Packers Super Bowl MVP quarterback Aaron
Rogers started his career.
Reed High School
Graduated from Reed High School in Sparks, Nevada in 2007...
Earned First Team All-State, First Team All-Region, and First Team
All-League honors as a senior...Set school records for the most
yards in a season with 1,049, longest receiving touchdown (96
yards), most yards in one game receiving (216), and most receiving touchdowns in a career (15)...Earned Second Team All-League
honors as a junior.
Personal
Full name is Kyle Shaney...Was born Jan. 3, 1989...Is pursuing a
Bachelor of Integrated Studies at Weber State in Zoology, Botany
and Environmental Studies...Is one of two players on this year’s
roster from Nevada (Xavian Johnson).
Eric “Munchie” Shufford
Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 175
Freshman
Fontana, CA
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Eric “Munchie” Shufford will be a freshman wide receiver with the
Wildcats. Had a strong fall camp for the ‘Cats. Is a tremendous
all-around athlete who can play several positions. Signed with the
Wildcats in February 2011.
A.B. Miller High School
Came to Weber State from A.B. High School in Fontana, California
where he played for Coach Victor Landry...Earned First Team AllLeague and Second Team All-State honors.
Personal
Full name is Eric Duchay Shufford, Jr...Last name is pronounced
Shoe-ford...Prefers to be known by his nickname Munchie...Was
born Jan. 30, 1994 and at 17 years old is the youngest player on
this year’s Wildcat team...Plans on majoring in Business Management at Weber State.
Wildcat Fact
Born Jan. 30, 1994, Eric “Munchie” Shufford is the
youngest player on this year’s Wildcat roster.
Zane Smith
Tight End • 6-4 • 220
Freshman
Salt Lake City, UT
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Zane joins the Wildcats as a true freshman tight end this fall.
Brighton High School
Graduated in 2011 from Brighton High School where he played for
Coach Ryan Bullet...Was the team captain as a senior and earned
All-Region Honorable Mention honors...Also played baseball at
Brighton.
Personal
Full name is Zane Grayson Smith...Was born Oct. 7, 1992...Plans
on majoring in Health Promotions at Weber State...His favorite
sports memory was scoring his first high school touchdown against
rival Jordan High on his birthday as a junior.
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Darchon Taggart
Wide Receiver • 6-2 • 175
Freshman
Bountiful, UT
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Darchon joins the Wildcats as a freshman wide receiver from Bountiful, Utah after signing with the Wildcats in February 2011.
Woods Cross High School
Graduated from Woods Cross High School...Played for former
WSU assistant coach Fred Fernandes...Was a teammate with current WSU teammate Tyler Parson...Averaged over 28 yards per
catch as a senior and totaled over 1,000 receiving yards...Earned
4-A First Team All-State honors from the Deseret News and Salt
Lake Tribune...Was the Woods Cross Team MVP his senior season.
Personal
Full name is Darchon Taggart...First name is pronounced: DarShawn...Was born April 20, 1993...Plans on majoring in Architecture at Weber State.
Maurice Talley
Cornerback • 6-1 • 180
Freshman
Elk Grove, CA
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Maurice will be a freshman cornerback with the Wildcats this fall
after signing with Weber State in February 2011.
Consumnes Oaks High School
Attended Consumnes Oaks High School in Elk Grove, California...
Played for Coach Ryan Gomes...Led the league in interceptions
during his senior season...Earned First Team All-Conference honors and won the Team Defensive Back MVP award for Consumnes
Oaks.
Caldwell Taylor
Defensive End • 6-5 • 220
Junior
Deweyville, UT
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Caldwell returns to the Wildcats as a junior defensive end this
season. He played two seasons for the ‘Cats but elected not to
play during the 2010 season, before returning to the team. He
has played in 21 career games with Weber State and has 55 total
tackles. He is the only one of Coach McBride’s original recruiting
class still at Weber State.
2009 (Sophomore)
Played in all 12 and started in ten games for the Wildcats during
the season...Recorded 39 total tackles on the season with 22 unassisted and 17 assisted...Had 2.5 tackles for loss and one sack,
coming at Montana...Also had one blocked kick during the season.
2008 (Freshman)
Appeared in nine games and started in two games for the Wildcats,
as the ‘Cats won the Big Sky title...Recorded 16 total tackles on the
season with eight assisted and eight unassisted...Had two tackles for loss...Also had one forced fumble and one fumble recovery,
both coming at Hawaii...Returned home for an LDS Church mission
and participated with the Wildcats in spring 2008 camp.
Bear River High School
Graduated from Bear River High School in Tremonton, Utah...Was
a member of two state Class 3A championship teams at Bear River
High under Coach Chris Wise, the 2004 team posted a perfect 13-0
record...Named Second Team All-State by the Deseret News and
Salt Lake Tribune.
Personal
Full name is Calvin Caldwell Taylor...Was born Dec. 1, 1986...Is
majoring in Accounting at Weber State...Is married to former Weber
State volleyball player Jocilyn Randall Taylor...Originally signed in
Feburary 2005, part of Coach McBrides’s first recruiting class at
Weber State...Elected to serve an LDS Church mission to Mississippi before coming to Weber State.
Personal
Full name is Maurice Talley...Nickname is Mo...Was born March 10,
1993...Plans on majoring in Radiology at Weber State.
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Josh Tenove
Defensive End • 6-3 • 250
R-Freshman
Irvine, CA
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Josh will be a red-shirt freshman defensive end with the Wildcats
this fall.
2010
Sat out the season as a red-shirt after joining the Wildcats in the
spring of 2010.
Woodbridge High School
Was a standout defensive player at Woodbridge High in Irvine, California under Coach Rick Gibson...Earned First Team All-League
and All-City in 2008 and was named his league’s Defensive Player
of the Year...Set a school record with 18 tackles in a game.
Personal
Full name is Joshua Glen Tenove...Was born Dec. 16, 1990...Is
majoring in Athletic Training at Weber State.
Tyson Tiatia
Center • 6-2 • 270
Sophomore
Provo, UT
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Tyson returns for his sophomore season after earning All-Conference Honorable Mention honors as a freshman in 2010. He is one
of only six returning Wildcats that earned All-Conference honors
last season.
2010 (Freshman)
Earned Honorable Mention All-Big Sky honors as a center for
the Wildcats as a true freshman...Played and started the final six
games of the season for the Wildcats...Was part of the offensive
line that helped block for First Team All-Conference member Vai
Tafuna and Honorable Mention member Bo Bolen.
Timpview High School
Graduated from Timpview High School in Provo...Was one of the
top high school offensive linemen in the state in 2009...Was a member of three-straight 4A championship teams at Timpview...Earned
First Team All-State honors.
Personal
Full name is Tyson Tiatia...Was born on July 9, 1992.
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Jiniki Timoteo
Tytan Timoteo
Offensive Guard • 6-3 • 310
Sophomore
Waipahu, HI
Offensive Tackle • 6-1 • 310
Junior
Waianae, HI
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Jiniki returns for his sophomore season this fall after starting in
eight games as a true freshman for the Wildcats in 2010. He will
be a part of a strong offensive line for the Wildcats this season.
Tytan returns for his junior season with the Wildcats at offensive
tackle. He has appeared in 19 career games at Weber State and
started all 11 games for the ‘Cats last season.
2010 (Freshman)
Jinki played in eight games as a true freshman for the Wildcats and
started all eight of those games on the offensive line...Was part of
the offensive line that helped block for First Team All-Conference
member Vai Tafuna and Honorable Mention member Bo Bolen.
2010 (Sophomore)
Tytan played and started in all 11 games for the Wildcats as a
sophomore on the offensive line...Was part of the line that enabled
Vai Tafuna to earn All-Conference fullback honors and Bo Bolen to
honorable mention All-Conference honors.
Leilehua High School
Graduated from Leilehua High School in Waipahu, Hawaii where
he played for coach Nolan Tukuda.
2009 (Freshman)
Signed with the Wildcats in February 2009...Looked like he would
red-shirt the 2009 season, but when the injury bug hit, he was
pressed into active duty...Appeared in five games for the Wildcats.
Personal
Was born September 25, 1992...Name is pronounced: JA-kneekey TEE-moe-tee-oh...Has tremendous size and strength...Is the
cousin of WSU offensive lineman Tytan Timoteo...Has excellent
foot skills and blocking technique....Is majoring in Communication
at Weber State.
Saint Louis High School
Played at Saint Louis High under Coach John Hao, same prep
program that produced WSU star quarterback, Cameron Higgins...
Was a starting guard as a sophomore and tackle his junior and
senior seasons...Earned First Team All-State honors in 2008 and
played in the Mainland vs. Hawaii Bowl.
Personal
Full name is Tytan Paulo Travis Timoteo...Last name is pronounced:
TEE-moe-tee-oh...Was born November 17, 1991...Is majoring in
Business Administration at Weber State...Is a Samoan cultural
dancer...Is part German and was a pig farmer...His cousin, Jiniki, is
a sophomore guard for the Wildcats.
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Tevia Tolutau
Fullback • 6-2 • 255
Freshman
Provo, UT
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Tevia will be a freshman with the Wildcats this fall and is expected
to see action as a fullback. Signed with WSU in February 2011 as
a defensive lineman but was moved to fullback in fall camp.
Timpview High School
Played for Coach Louis Wong at Timpview High School in Provo,
Utah...Was a high school teammate with fellow Wildcat Tyson Tiatia...Earned Second Team All-State honors from the Deseret News
and Salt Lake Tribune...The Thunderbirds were 34-3 in his three
seasons of high school and won the Utah State 4A title his sophomore and junior seasons.
Personal
Full name is Tevia Tolutau...Name is pronounced: TEV-E-A TOWLOU-TAU...Was born Sept. 22, 1993...Plans on majoring in Construction Management and Visual Design at Weber State.
C.J. Tuckett
Running back • 5-10 • 200
Junior
Malta, ID
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C.J. returns for his junior season with the Wildcats this fall. Has
appeared in 14 career games with the ‘Cats and is expected to see
more playing this season. Had a strong outing in spring ball and
recorded two touchdowns in the Purple and White Spring Game.
Also had five catches for 45 yards in the spring game.
2010 (Sophomore)
Appeared in nine games for the Wildcats at running back and special teams...Had four carries for 12 yards, all coming in WSU’s first
game of the season September 4 at Boston College...Also recorded three total tackles, with two of them unassisted...Earned Big Sky
Academic All-Conference honors.
2009 (Freshman)
Earned a varsity letter playing on the WSU special teams. ... Played
in six games and had on unassisted tackle at home vs. Idaho State.
2008
Sought out the Wildcats to walk on in the summer of 2008...Impressed coaches with his work ethic and positive attitude...Sat out
the 2008 season as a red-shirt.
Raft River High School
Was one of the top Idaho prep players in the 1A ranks at Raft River
High in Malta, Idaho....Played for Coach Randy Spaeth...Helped
his team to state 1A titles in 2002 and 2004...The 2004 team posted
a perfect 11-0 record...Was voted the 2004 Idaho 1A Player of the
Year...Had 99 carries for just over 1,200 yards...Scored 31 touchdowns - 26 rushing and five receiving...Had 77 tackles and five
quarterback sacks on defense.
Personal
Full name is Cameron J. Tuckett...Was born May 27, 1987...Is majoring in Human Performance Management at Weber State...His
great-uncle is former BYU Athletic Director and baseball coach,
Glen Tuckett...Did not attend college after high school but elected
to serve a two-year LDS Church mission in Nagoya, Japan...Father
owns a rodeo company: CT Rodeo & Livestock.
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Sione Tupouniua
Defensive Tackle • 6-4 • 260
Freshman
Oakland, CA
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Joel Turrubiates
Offensive Tackle • 6-7 • 340
Senior
Bakersfield, CA
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Sione will be a red-shirt freshman defensive lineman with the Wildcats this season after transferring from the University of Utah.
Joel will be a senior for the Wildcats on the offenisve line this season.
2010 (University of Utah)
Attended the Univresity of Utah during the 2010 season and redshirted the season with the Utes.
2010 (Junior)
Joel signed with the Wildcats in February 2010 as a JC transfer
but did not participate in spring practice...During the 2010 season
he appeared in six games for the ‘Cats at the offensive tackle position...Saw action in games at home with Eastern Washington, Portland State, and Montana...Also played in the final three games of
the season at Montana State, Northern Arizona, and Texas Tech.
Fremont High School (California)
Graduated from Fremont High School in Oakland...Was named the
conference MVP in 2009 and Oakland Athletic League’s Defensive
MVP in 2008...Earned First-Team All-East Bay in 2008 and 2009...
Rushed for 380 yards and two touchdowns in the league championship game...Led Fremont High to the 2009 OAL Silver Bowl Championship...Fremont also won the conference title.
Personal
Full name is Sione Otusia Tupouniua... Last name is pronunced:
Tu-po-knee-ooh-a...Was born May 2, 1991.
Justin Turner
Offensive Tackle • 6-3 • 245
Freshman
Layton, UT
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Bakersfield Junior College
Played for Coach Jeff Chudy at Bakersfield Junior College...Earned
All-League honors in 2009, helping his team to the Valley Conference championship.
Bakersfield High School
Was a two-year starter on both sides of the line for Coach Paul
Golla at Bakersfield High...Helped his team to a league championship his senior season...Was named First Team All-Conference that
year as well.
Personal
Full name is Joel D. Turrubiates...Last name is pronounced: TURrue-BE-awe-tis...Was born December 21, 1989...Is majoring in
Business Accounting at Weber State.
Justin will be a freshman on the offensive line for the Wildcats this
fall after returning from an LDS Church mission. Participated with
the Wildcats in spring 2011 camp.
Layton High School
Graduated from Layton High School in 2008 where he played for
Jim Bachelor...Earned 5A First Team All-State honors from the Salt
Lake Tribune...Helped the Lancers advance to the state championship game and post a 12-2 record as a senior.
Personal
Full name is Justin Kenneth Turner...Was born Dec. 18, 1989...
Originally signed with the Wildcats in February 2008 before serving
an LDS Church mission to San Juan Puerto Rico.
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Roman Valenzuela
Linebacker • 6-0 • 220
Freshman
South Jordan, UT
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Roman will be a freshman linebacker for the Wildcats this fall after
signing with WSU in February 2011.
Bingham High School
Graduated from Bingham High School where he earned Honorable
Mention All-State Class 5A honors for Coach Dave Peck...Helped
the Miners to the 2011 Class 5A state championship title...Bingham
ended the season as the fourth ranked high school team in the
nation...Was the team captain for two seasons...Led the team in
tackles as a senior in 2010.
Personal
Full name is Roman Venezuela...Was born Sept. 7, 1992...Plans on
majoring in Business at Weber State.
Erik Walker
Wide Receiver • 5-10 • 175
Sophomore
Park City, UT
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Cash Knight...Played quarterback and defensive back in high
school...Was a two-year starter on both sides of the line and earned
First Team Class 3A honors in 2009...Helped the Miners to an 11-2
record overall in 2009 and to the Region 10 championship with a
4-0 record...Accounted for 28 touchdowns, passing and running,
in 2009...Was the 2009 state 3A 100 meters champion as a junior.
Personal
Was born August 11, 1991...Is majoring in Sports Science.
Marvin Walker
Cornerback • 6-0 • 205
Senior
Chino, CA
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Marvin enters his fourth season with the Wildcats this fall. He has
played in 18 career games at Weber State. He had a 100-yhard
interception return for a touchdown in Weber State’s 2011 spring
football game.
2010 (Junior)
Marvin played in all 11 games at safety for the Wildcats during the
year…He recorded 17 total tackles on the season, including 15
unassisted tackles…Had a four tackles in WSU’s home win over
Montana on October 30 and had a career-high six tackles, all unassisted, in the final regular season game November 20 at Texas
Tech…Also recorded two tackles for loss on the season, both coming against Montana, where he also had one pass breakup.
2009 (Sophomore)
Played in five games with the Wildcats during the season…Had two
unassisted tackles…Had one at home vs. Idaho State and one at
home vs. Sacramento State.
Erik will be a sophomore wide receiver this fall for the Wildcats after
playing in all 11 games last season. He is had the second most
catches of any Wildcat returning to the team this season. Had a
strong spring camp in 2011 and caught a touchdown pass in the
annual Spring Game.
2008 (Freshman)
Played in the season opener vs. Montana-Western but did not have
any statistics.
2010 (Freshman)
Saw action in all 11 games as a true freshman for the Wildcats
and started in the Oct. 23 home win over Portland State...Had 14
catches for 122 yards on the season for an average of 8.7 yards
per catch...Was fifth on the WSU squad in receiving at 11.1 yards
per game...Caught a ball in eight of the 11 games and had two
catches in five games...Also had 13 or more receiving yards in five
games, including a season-high 40 yards on two catches Nov. 6 at
Montana State.
Chino High School
Was a standout prep player at Chino High under Coach Manny
Saiz…Earned First Team All-Sierra League honors both as a
running back and defensive back…Named First Team All-Inland
Empire defensive back…Rushed for over 1,200 yards his senior
season in 2006…Earned his school’s Silver Spur Award for outstanding academic achievement.
Park City High School
Played for Coach Brandon Matich at Park City High School, the
same school as current Wildcat teammates Tony Epperson and
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Personal
Full name is Marvin Dennis Walker Jr…Was born July 26, 1989…Is
majoring in Communication with an emphasis in Electronic Media.
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Marquis Walters
Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 180
Freshman
Del City, OK
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Marquis joins Weber State from Del City, Oklahoma and will be a
freshman wide receiver this fall. He signed with the Wildcats in
February 2011. Is one of several players on the Wildcat roster from
Oklahoma.
Del City High School
Played for Coach Nick Warzhime at Del City High School...Earned
First Team All-City, All-Conference, and All-District honors as a senior...Also competed in track and field at Del City and earned track
All-State honors in the 400 meters.
Personal
Full name is Marquis Walters...Was born March 3, 1993...Plans on
majoring in Business at Weber State.
James Washington
Defensive End • 6-5 • 250
Freshman
Kearns, UT
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James will be a freshman defensive end for the Wildcats this fall
after signing with Weber State in February 2011.
Kearns High School
Graduated from Cottonwood High School...Played for Coach Josh
Lyman and Kearns and was a high school teammate with fellow
Wildcat teammate Luke King...Earned Second Team 5A All-State
honors as a senior and was named to the All-Region 2 First Team.
Personal
Full name is James Matthew Washington...Was born April 14,
1993...Is originally from Chula Vista, California...Plans on majoring
in Pre-Medicine at Weber State.
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RESULTS AND STATS
2010 Weber State Football
Weber State Combined Team Statistics (as of Jul 08, 2011)
All games
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Date
Sep 04, 2010
Sep 11, 2010
Sep 18, 2010
Sep 25, 2010
Oct 02, 2010
Oct 16, 2010
Oct 23, 2010
Oct 30, 2010
Nov 06, 2010
Nov 13, 2010
Nov 20, 2010
Opponent
at Boston College
NORTHERN COLORADO
at Sacramento State
UC DAVIS
EASTERN WASHINGTON
at Idaho State
PORTLAND STATE
MONTANA
at #12 Montana State
at Northern Arizona
at Texas Tech
Rushing
Bo Bolen
Vai Tafuna
Josh Booker
Mike Hoke
Zac Eldridge
Cameron Higgins
C.J. Tuckett
Joe Collins
Erik Walker
Austin Raught
Team
Total
Opponents
Passing
Cameron Higgins
Mike Hoke
Total
Opponents
Receiving
Joe Collins
Mike Phillips
Bo Bolen
Austin Raught
Erik Walker
Josh Booker
Brian Jankowski
Vai Tafuna
Zac Eldridge
Kam. Kaimikaua
Joel Hancock
Derek Cosper
Shaydon Kehano
Jordan Clemente
Kevin Halfhill
Total
Opponents
Field Goals
Shaun McClain
Scoring
Shaun McClain
Vai Tafuna
Joe Collins
Bo Bolen
Mike Phillips
Josh Booker
Shaydon Kehano
Joel Hancock
Kam. Kaimikaua
Brian Jankowski
Mike Hoke
Austin Raught
Cameron Higgins
Team
Total
Opponents
Score by Quarters
Weber State
Opponents
gp-gs
11-8
11-2
11-1
9-0
9-9
11-11
9-0
11-11
11-0
11-0
6-0
11
11
gp-gs
11-11
9-0
11
11
att
gain loss
effic comp-att-int
avg
pct
124.93 210-359-11
162.72 23-36-0
128.38 233-395-11
140.60 213-367-9
gp-gs
no.
yds
pct. 01-19
td
avg
fg
- 15-20
10
6
4
4
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
34 15-20
41 18-29
1st
8-8
kick
24-26
0-2
24-28
40-40
2nd
34 59
70 141
td
3rd
6
4
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
17
22
30-39
6-7
lg avg/g
yds
td
lg avg/g
65 228.4
80 38.3
80 259.7
55 268.8
lg avg/g
40-49
1-3
4th
70 100
42 76
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16
13
Total
279
342
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
no.
Josh Kealamakia
Tony Epperson
40
pts
- 69
- 60
- 36
- 30
- 24
- 18
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
0
- 279
1 342
0
Punt Returns
no.
Kick Returns
no.
24
24
11
Bo Bolen
Zac Eldridge
Josh Booker
Jordan Brown
Vai Tafuna
Derek Cosper
Total
Opponents
All Purpose
Bo Bolen
Joe Collins
Mike Phillips
Josh Booker
Vai Tafuna
Total
Opponents
Total Offense
Cameron Higgins
Bo Bolen
Vai Tafuna
Josh Booker
Mike Hoke
Total
Opponents
Away
2-4
2-2
0-2
WSU
245
108
122
15
1992
472
4.2
181.1
17
2857
233-395-11
7.2
12.3
259.7
17
4849
5.6
440.8
42-907
24-279
9-170
18-13
87-732
52-39.1
30:15
84/188
13/21
yds
avg
12 4.0
6 6.0
47 47.0
3 3.0
29 29.0
73 73.0
0 0.0
yds
avg
lg
45 1797 39.9 65
7 235 33.6 55
Jordan Brown
Total
Opponents
0-2
-
no.
Punting
lg blk
Home
4-1
3-1
1-0
Team Statistics
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
PUNTS-AVG
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
4TH-DOWN Conversions
David James
Kela Marciel
Jordan Brown
Taylor Sedillo
Nick Webb
Maurice Neal
Antwain Stutson
50-99
- - - 1 - - - - - - - - 0-1
- 1-2
- 1 1-3
- -
Overall
6-5
5-3
1-2
Interceptions
80 95.1
65 72.1
30 23.3
42 16.7
21 11.1
16
8.8
16
8.1
19
6.6
15
3.1
20 28.5
13
2.9
10
2.0
26
8.3
9
2.0
4
0.7
80 259.7
55 268.8
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
2-3
2-3
0-1
Record:
All games
Conference
Non-Conference
45 64.0
60 50.1
61 50.0
15 11.6
13
7.8
10
1.3
4
1.3
9
0.5
0 -0.1
0 -0.5
0 -2.0
61 181.1
40 173.6
58.5 2512 15
63.9 345 2
59.0 2857 17
58.0 2957 22
17.1
15.2
8.0
10.2
8.7
7.5
8.9
8.1
3.5
14.2
6.7
6.7
25.0
7.0
4.0
12.3
13.9
20-29
15-20 75.0 0-0
td
net
Att.
34168
7219
6937
10221
5462
5083
4880
6782
14267
6087
55083
153 745 41 704 4.6 3
135 577 26 551 4.1 10
91 563 13 550 6.0 2
27 115 11 104 3.9 1
17
71
1
70 4.1 0
29
82 68
14 0.5 1
4
12
0
12 3.0 0
3
9
4
5 1.7 0
1
0
1
-1 -1.0 0
1
0
5
-5 -5.0 0
11
0 12
-12 -1.1 0
472 2174 182 1992 4.2 17
419 2118 208 1910 4.6 16
11-11 61 1046
11-11 52 793
11-8 32 256
11-0 18 184
11-0 14 122
11-1 13
97
11-11 10
89
11-2
9
73
9-9
8
28
2-0
4
57
7-0
3
20
10-2
3
20
6-0
2
50
7-0
2
14
11-5
2
8
11 233 2857
11 213 2957
fg
Score
20-38
50-47
17-24
20-9
24-35
16-13
44-41
30-21
10-24
27-26
21-64
L
W
L
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
L
35
3
1
1
1
1
42
38
g
rush
yds
yds
rcv
OPP
241
95
132
14
1910
419
4.6
173.6
16
2957
213-367-9
8.1
13.9
268.8
22
4867
6.2
442.5
38-763
11-91
11-328
9-6
66-546
50-42.6
29:42
56/152
7/12
lg
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
6
47
3
29
73
0
tb
fc i20 50+ blk
2 22 15
0 0 3
avg
td
avg
td
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
65
12
0
26
5
9
65
39
pr
kr
ir
279 11.6
279 11.6
91 8.3
847
20
0
26
5
9
907
763
td
24.2
6.7
0.0
26.0
5.0
9.0
21.6
20.1
Neutral
0-0
0-0
0-0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
lg
49
49
48
lg
total avg/g
11 704 256
0 847
0 1807 164.3
11
5 1046
0
0
0 1051 95.5
11
0 793
0
0
0 793 72.1
11 550
97
0
0
0 647 58.8
11 551
73
0
5
0 629 57.2
11 1992 2857 279 907 170 6205 564.1
11 1910 2957 91 763 328 6049 549.9
g plays
11
11
11
11
9
11
11
rush
pass
total avg/g
388
14 2512 2526 229.6
153 704
0 704 64.0
135 551
0 551 50.1
91 550
0 550 50.0
63 104 345 449 49.9
867 1992 2857 4849 440.8
786 1910 2957 4867 442.5
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DEFENSIVE STATS
2010 Weber State Football
Weber State Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Jul 08, 2011)
All games
#
9
45
30
6
99
16
38
90
46
3
47
15
20
21
44
29
26
2
96
51
40
17
57
18
4
22
25
8
12
27
37
69
84
34
35
36
10
1
74
ua
Tackles
a
tot
Defensive Leaders
gp-gs
Jordan Brown
Nick Webb
Taylor Sedillo
Blake Keller
Adam Saga-White
Maurice Neal
Sam Fenn
Pete Rolf
Trevor Pletcher
Faron Creighton
Gabe Bowers
Kela Marciel
David James
Antwain Stutson
Anthony Morales
Willie Harris
Marvin Walker
Willie Okwuonu
Veteson Sauni
Alofaio Levale
Brett Felton
Robbie Diamond
Malone Fiso
Danny Mullarkey
Joe Collins
C.J. Tuckett
Tony Epperson
Bo Bolen
Cameron Higgins
Tony Schmitz
Josh Kealamakia
Kevin Halfhill
Austin Raught
Zac Eldridge
Alema Key
Zach Higgins
Joel Hancock
Mike Phillips
Bijon Mostoufi
Total
Opponents
11-11
67
33
11-11
69
30
11-11
33
52
11-11
41
38
10-7
12
29
10-9
28
8
11-10
14
21
11-4
12
17
11-7
16
11
11-10
15
12
11-8
9
14
11-2
18
4
11-6
10
11
9-4
16
3
10-1
10
9
9-1
8
10
11-0
15
2
11-0
7
8
11-1
7
8
5-5
6
5
11-0
6
3
11-1
3
3
5-0
3
3
6-0
2
2
11-11
2
1
9-0
2
1
11-0
2
1
11-8
1
2
11-11
1
1
6-0
2
.
10-0
1
.
11-5
.
1
11-0
.
1
9-9
.
1
9-0
.
1
2-0
.
1
7-0
1
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11-11
1
.
3-0
.
1
11
440 348
11
482 396
100
99
85
79
41
36
35
29
27
27
23
22
21
19
19
18
17
15
15
11
9
6
6
4
3
3
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
788
878
tfl/yds
Sacks
no-yds
Pass defense
Fumbles
blkd
int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds
ff kick
1.5-2
8.5-30
4.5-13
1.5-4
5.5-11
2.5-5
6.5-10
4.5-25
4.5-31
.
4.0-32
1.0-1
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1.0-4
1.0-3
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2.0-4
1.0-1
2.5-11
3.0-25
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57-170
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1-47
1.0-13
1-29
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1.0-3
1-73
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TEAM STATS
2010 Weber State Football
Weber State Overall Team Statistics (as of Aug 25, 2011)
All games
Team Statistics
SCORING
Points Per Game
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Yards gained rushing
Yards lost rushing
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Total Plays
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
KICK RETURN AVERAGE
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
INT RETURN AVERAGE
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
Average Per Game
PUNTS-Yards
Average Per Punt
Net punt average
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
3rd-Down Pct
4TH-DOWN Conversions
4th-Down Pct
SACKS BY-Yards
MISC YARDS
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS
ON-SIDE KICKS
RED-ZONE SCORES
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS
PAT-ATTEMPTS
ATTENDANCE
Games/Avg Per Game
Neutral Site Games
Score by Quarters
Weber State
Opponents
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
1st
2nd
34 59
70 141
WSU
279
25.4
245
108
122
15
1992
2174
182
472
4.2
181.1
17
2857
233-395-11
7.2
12.3
259.7
17
4849
867
5.6
440.8
42-907
24-279
9-170
21.6
11.6
18.9
18-13
87-732
66.5
52-2032
39.1
36.6
30:15
84/188
45%
13/21
62%
15-122
10
34
15-20
0-3
(37-49) 76%
(24-49) 49%
(24-28) 86%
34564
5/6913
3rd
4th
70 100
42 76
OT
16
13
OPP
342
31.1
241
95
132
14
1910
2118
208
419
4.6
173.6
16
2957
213-367-9
8.1
13.9
268.8
22
4867
786
6.2
442.5
38-763
11-91
11-328
20.1
8.3
29.8
9-6
66-546
49.6
50-2129
42.6
35.8
29:42
56/152
37%
7/12
58%
11-58
0
41
18-29
1-1
(39-51) 76%
(27-51) 53%
(40-40) 100%
121625
6/20271
0/0
Total
279
342
65
2010 SEASON
GAME-BY-GAME STATS
2010 Weber State Football
Weber State Team Game-by-Game (as of Jul 08, 2011)
All games
TEAM STATISTICS
Date
Opponent
no.
Sep 04
at Boston College
Sep 11
NORTHERN COLORADO
Sep 18
at Sacramento State
Sep 25
UC DAVIS
Oct 02
EASTERN WASHINGTON
Oct 16
at Idaho State
Oct 23
PORTLAND STATE
Oct 30
MONTANA
Nov 06
at Montana State
Nov 13
at Northern Arizona
Nov 20
at Texas Tech
Weber State
Opponents
39 104 1
45 223 2
25
95 0
36 158 1
36 144 0
44 183 2
49 337 4
68 259 4
50 190 1
32 122 1
48 177 1
472 1992 17
419 1910 16
Games played: 11
Avg per rush: 4.2
Avg per catch: 12.3
Pass efficiency: 128.38
Kick ret avg: 21.6
Punt ret avg: 11.6
All purpose avg/game: 564.1
Total offense avg/gm: 440.8
Date
Opponent
Sep 04 at Boston College
Sep 11 NORTHERN COLORAD
Sep 18 at Sacramento State
Sep 25 UC DAVIS
Oct 02 EASTERN WASHINGTO
Oct 16 at Idaho State
Oct 23 PORTLAND STATE
Oct 30 MONTANA
Nov 06 at Montana State
Nov 13 at Northern Arizona
Nov 20 at Texas Tech
Weber State
Opponents
34
39
51
33
34
39
38
24
37
50
61
440
482
Date
Opponent
no.
Sep 04 at Boston College
Sep 11 NORTHERN COLORAD
Sep 18 at Sacramento State
Sep 25 UC DAVIS
Oct 02 EASTERN WASHINGTO
Oct 16 at Idaho State
Oct 23 PORTLAND STATE
Oct 30 MONTANA
Nov 06 at Montana State
Nov 13 at Northern Arizona
Nov 20 at Texas Tech
Weber State
Opponents
Rushing
yds td
ua
4
3
6
6
5
5
5
6
4
4
4
52
50
Tackles
a
total
20
52
18
46
50
32
50
38
10
28
4
348
396
yds
176
86
218
251
229
198
155
227
165
165
162
2032
2129
54
91
69
79
84
71
88
62
47
78
65
788
878
avg
44.0
28.7
36.3
41.8
45.8
39.6
31.0
37.8
41.2
41.2
40.5
39.1
42.6
no.
Receiving
yds td
tfl-yds
Sacks
no-yds
lg
lg
Passing
cmp-att-int
yds
td
Kick Returns
no. yds td lg
lg
20 29 277 1 26
29-47-1 277 1 26
61 33 340 4 38
33-54-0 340 4 38
17 21 253 2 46
21-42-1 253 2 46
34 19 248 1 60
19-33-1 248 1 60
15 25 315 3 65
25-44-3 315 3 65
15 16 200 0 42
16-33-4 200 0 42
60 11 211 2 59
11-19-1 211 2 59
19 13 129 0 33
13-18-0 129 0 33
45 25 261 0 28
25-37-0 261 0 28
15 23 341 2 80
23-37-0 341 2 80
27 18 282 2 42
18-31-0 282 2 42
61 233 2857 17 80 233-395-11 2857 17 80
40 213 2957 22 55 213-367-9 2957 22 55
1.0-1
6.0-19
9.0-22
4.0-21
4.0-17
8.0-55
6.0-16
5.0-16
4.0-15
6.0-21
3.0-16
56.0-219
57.0-170
0.0-0
1.0-11
1.0-7
2.0-18
0.0-0
6.0-52
2.0-9
1.0-7
0.0-0
1.0-7
1.0-11
15.0-122
11.0-58
Punting
long
55
44
58
46
65
48
49
46
45
49
45
65
71
Fumble
ff fr-yds
blkd
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
6
12
tb
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
3
0
0
1
2
2
3
4
4
3
2
1
22
12
114
96
118
45
69
58
157
37
26
68
119
907
763
Pass Defense
int-yds qbh brup
1-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-3
3-0
0-0
0-0
6-3
13-28
fc
5
6
5
2
3
4
5
2
1
2
7
42
38
50+
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
9
2-3
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
1-73
0-0
3-88
0-0
2-6
0-0
9-170
11-328
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
0
4
19
i20
md-att
3
0
3
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
18
13
3
2
2
3
4
6
1
6
3
2
2
34
26
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Blkd
kick
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
Field Goals
2-3
3-3
1-1
2-2
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-1
1-3
2-3
0-1
15-20
18-29
long blkd
32
35
32
22
39
20
20
33
29
40
0
40
52
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
34
40
41
23
38
35
65
20
26
45
26
65
39
Punt Returns
no. yds td lg
0
0
0
0
5 53
3 -2
5 70
3 54
3 71
2 14
1 14
1 -5
1 10
24 279
11 91
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
PAT Attempts
kick rush rcv
2-2
3-4
2-2
2-2
3-3
1-1
3-5
1-2
1-1
3-3
3-3
24-28
40-40
no.
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
Kickoffs
yds
5 267
6 393
3 194
5 344
4 269
4 212
8 511
6 341
2 122
6 416
4 259
53 3328
67 4284
avg
53.4
65.5
64.7
68.8
67.2
53.0
63.9
56.8
61.0
69.3
64.8
62.8
63.9
tot
off
0 381
0 563
49 348
1 406
29 459
28 383
34 548
9 388
14 451
0 463
10 459
49 4849
48 4867
saf
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
tb
0
2
0
2
3
1
1
0
0
2
2
13
22
pts
20
50
17
20
24
16
44
30
10
27
21
279
342
ob
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
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FOOTBALL
HISTORY AND RECORDS
Stewart Stadium - 1975
Stewart Stadium - 2011
YEAR-BY-YEAR
RESULTS
YEAR
HEAD COACH
RECORD
1962
Wally Nalder
5-4
1963
Wally Nalder
6-3
1964
Wally Nalder
2-6
1965
Sark Arslanian
8-1
1966
Sark Arslanian
6-3
1967
Sark Arslanian
6-4
1968
Sark Arslanian
7-2
1969
Sark Arslanian 6-4
1970
Sark Arslanian
5-5-1
1971
Sark Arslanian
7-2-1
1972
Sark Arslanian
5-5
1973
Dick Gwin
3-8
1974
Dick Gwin
4-7
1975
Dick Gwin
1-9-1
1976
Dick Gwin
2-9
1977
Pete Riehlman
4-6
1978
Pete Riehlman
4-7
1979 Pete Riehlman
3-8
1980
Pete Riehlman
4-7
1981
Mike Price
7-4
1982
Mike Price
4-7
1983
Mike Price
6-5
1984
Mike Price
5-6
1985
Mike Price
6-5
1986
Mike Price
3-8
1987
Mike Price
10-3
1988
Mike Price
5-6
1989
Dave Arslanian
3-8
1990
Dave Arslanian
5-6
1991
Dave Arslanian
8-4
1992
Dave Arslanian
8-4
1993
Dave Arslanian
7-4
1994
Dave Arslanian
5-6
1995
Dave Arslanian
6-5
1996
Dave Arslanian
7-4
1997
Dave Arslanian
6-5
1998
Jerry Graybeal
6-5
1999
Jerry Graybeal
3-8
2000
Jerry Graybeal
7-4
2001
Jerry Graybeal
3-8
2002
Jerry Graybeal
3-8
2003
Jerry Graybeal
8-4
2004
Jerry Graybeal
1-10
2005
Ron McBride
6-5
2006
Ron McBride
4-7
2007
Ron McBride
5-6
2008
Ron McBride
10-4
2009
Ron McBride
7-5
2010
Ron McBride
6-5
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49 seasons
257-269-3 (.486)
68
BIG SKY
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0-3
3-1
2-2
2-2
3-1
3-1
3-3
3-2-1
2-4
2-4
1-5
1-4-1
1-5
2-4
2-4
3-4
4-4
4-3
2-5
3-4
3-4
4-3
2-5
7-1
4-4
1-7
3-5
6-2
6-2
3-4
2-5
4-3
5-3
4-4
4-4
3-5
5-3
2-5
1-6
4-3
1-6
4-3
3-5
4-4
7-1
6-2
5-3
139-179 (.437)
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WILDCAT
HEAD COACHES
WALLY NALDER
MIKE PRICE
1962-64 (3 seasons)
Overall: 13-13
Big Sky: 1-5
1981-88 (8 seasons)
Overall: 46-44
Big Sky: 29-29
SARK ARSLANIAN
DAVE ARSLANIAN
DICK GWINN
JERRY GRAYBEAL
PETE RIEHLMAN
RON MCBRIDE
1965-72 (8 seasons)
Overall: 50-26-2
Big Sky: 21-16-1
1989-97 (9 seasons)
Overall: 53-47
Big Sky: 34-36
1973-76 (4 seasons)
Overall: 10-33
Big Sky: 5-14-1
1998-04 (7 seasons)
Overall: 32-46
Big Sky: 20-32
1976-80 (4 seasons)
Overall: 15-28
Big Sky: 11-16
2005-pres. (6 seasons)
Overall: 38-32
Big Sky: 29-18
ALL - TIME WEBER STATE COACHING RECORDS
YEARS
COACH
SEASONS
1962-64
Wally Nalder
3
1965-72
Sark Arslanian
8
1973-76
Dick Gwinn
4
1977-80
Pete Riehlman
4
1981-88
Mike Price
8
1989-97
Dave Arslanian
9
1998-04
Jerry Graybeal
7
2005-
RON McBRIDE
6
TOTALS
49
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
GAMES
26
78
44
43
90
100
78
69
529
W
13
50
10
15
46
53
32
38
257
L
13
26
33
28
44
47
46
32
269
T
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
.PCT
.500
.641
.227
.349
.511
.530
.410
.543
.4858
TITLES
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
69
YEAR-BY-YEAR
GAME RESULTS
WALLY NALDER
13-13 / 1-5 BSC
3 seasons
1962
1965
Overall: 5-4
Independent
DateOpponent
09-22 at Western State
09-29 Eastern Montana
10-06 Oregon Tech
10-13 at Montana
10-20 Idaho State
10-27 College of Idaho
11-03 at Eastern Oregon
11-10 Western Montana
11-17 at Southern Oregon
SARK ARSLANIAN
50-26-2 / 21-16-1 BSC
8 seasons
Overall: 8-1
Big Sky: 3-1, t1st
Result
L 6-26
W 33-6
W 29-13
L 6-25
L 20-42
W 27-14
W 34-0
W 28-0
L 7-26
DateOpponent
09-18 Northern Arizona
09-25 at Eastern Montana
10-02 * Montana State
10-09*Montana
10-16 Whitworth College (HC)
10-23 * at Idaho State
10-30 at Western State
11-06*Idaho
11-13 * Portland State
Result
W 21-14
W 42-7
W 19-16
L 14-15
W 44-13
W 28-17
W 14-7
W 14-7
W 74-6
1966
1963
Overall: 6-3
Big Sky: 2-2, 3rd
Overall: 6-3
Big Sky: 1-2, 4th
DateOpponent
Result
09-14 at Eastern Montana
W 13-7
09-21 Southern Oregon
W 40-32
09-28 at Oregon Tech
W 29-7
10-05 at Southern Colorado
W 28-14
10-12 * Montana State (HC) (Og. Std.)L8-26
10-26 Eastern Oregon
W 48-7
11-02*Montana (Ogden Stadium)
W19-13
11-09 * at Idaho State
L 26-36
11-16 Western State
L 6-19
DateOpponent
09-17 at Northern Arizona
09-24 Cal State-San Diego
10-01 Cal State-Los Angeles
10-08 * at Montana
10-22 * at Montana State
10-29 * Idaho State
11-05 Western State
11-12 at Portland State
11-19 * at Idaho
Result
W 32-14
L 34-38
W 70-7
W 28-0
L 36-45
W 16-7
W 42-7
W 51-6
L 12-42
DateOpponent
Result
09-19 at Northern Arizona
L 6-41
09-26 Eastern Montana
W 20-0
10-03 Southern Colorado
W 19-14
10-17 * at Montana
L 12-20
10-24 * Idaho State (Ogden Stadium) L0-31
10-31 Western State
L 0-7
11-14 * Montana State (Ogden Stadium)L 0-24
11-21 at Portland State
L 10-18
DateOpponent
09-16 Northern Arizona
09-23 at Cal State-San Diego
09-30*Montana
10-07 Cal State-Los Angeles
10-14 Parsons College
10-21 * at Montana State
10-28 * at Idaho State
11-04 * Idaho (HC)
11-11 Portland State
11-18 at Western State
Result
W 29-28
L 12-58
L 12-13
W 13-3
L 14-31
L 6-21
W 19-0
W 28-17
W 40-21
W 20-0
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1970
Overall: 5-5-1
Big Sky: 3-3, 3rd
DateOpponent
09-12 Wisconsin-Oshkosh
09-19 Drake
09-26 Parsons College
10-03 * at Montana
10-10 at Portland State
10-17 * Montana State
10-24 * Idaho State
10-31 * at Northern Arizona
11-07 * at Idaho (Pullman, WA)
11-14 * at Boise State
11-21 South Dakota
Result
W 60-0
L 19-36
W 28-3
L 29-38
L 14-46
W 56-13
L 14-30
W 38-6
L 17-27
W 41-7
T 21-21
DateOpponent
09-18 North Texas State
09-25 * Northern Arizona
10-02 * Boise State
10-09 Portland State
10-16 * at Montana State
10-23 at UNLV
10-30*Montana
11-06*Idaho
11-20 * at Idaho State
11-27 at Cal State Northridge
Result
W 20-0
W 23-7
W 20-7
W 54-26
T 21-21
W 30-17
L 13-14
L 20-24
W 28-21
W 44-7
1972
Overall: 7-2
Big Sky: 3-1, t1st
DateOpponent
09-14 at South Dakota State
09-28 at Northern Arizona
10-05 Boise State
10-12 at Portland State
10-19 * Montana State
10-26 * Idaho State
11-02 * at Idaho
11-09 * at Montana
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11-16 Cal State Northridge
Result
W 28-13
W 52-6
L 23-24
L 17-20
L 13-35
W 53-3
W 28-25
L 19-21
W 28-7
W 16-6
Overall: 7-2-1
Big Sky: 3-2-1, 4th
Overall: 6-4
Big Sky: 2-2, t2nd
Overall: 2-6
Big Sky: 0-3, 4th
DateOpponent
09-13 South Dakota State
09-20 Eastern Washington
09-27 Northern Michigan
10-04*Montana
10-11 at North Texas State
10-18 * at Montana State
10-25 * at Idaho State
11-01 Northern Arizona
11-08*Idaho
11-15 at Parsons College
1971
1967
1964
1969
Overall: 6-4
Big Sky: 3-1, 2nd
Overall: 5-5
Big Sky: 2-4, 6th
Result
W 27-12
W 21-14
W 44-3
W 28-12
W 20-14
W 23-16
L 42-50
W 20-16
L 18-29
DateOpponent
09-23*Idaho
09-30 * at Boise State
10-07 * at Montana
10-14 * Montana State
10-21 * at Northern Arizona
10-28 UNLV
11-04 * Idaho State
11-11 Northern Michigan
11-18 at New Mexico Highlands
11-23 at Utah State
Result
W 26-10
L 16-49
L 7-12
L 3-9
W 28-7
W 30-0
L 7-49
W 30-18
W 2-0 (f)
L 16-20
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GAME RESULTS
DICK GWINN
10-33 / 5-14-1 BSC
4 seasons
1973
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 2-4, t4th
DateOpponent
09-15 Utah State
09-22 * Northern Arizona
09-29 * Cal State Fullerton
10-06 * Boise State
10-13 * at Montana State
10-20 * at Idaho
10-27 * at Idaho State
11-03 at Southern Mississippi
11-10 * Montana (HC)
11-17 at Brigham Young
11-22 at Eastern Michigan
Result
L 3-10
W 25-13
W 16-14
L 7-34
L 0-33
L 13-17
W 38-23
L 7-28
L 0-10
L 14-45
L 7-44
1976
DateOpponent
09-11 at Cal State Long Beach
09-18 at Western Illinois
09-25 UNLV
10-02 * at Montana
10-09 * Montana State
10-16 * at Idaho
10-23 * Idaho State (HC)
11-06 at Utah State
11-13 South Dakota State
11-20 * at Northern Arizona
11-27 * at Boise State
Result
L 7-19
L 19-21
L 16-33
L 25-28
L 0-44
L 17-45
W 34-7
L 10-36
W 52-19
L 18-30
L 31-56
PETE RIEHLMAN
15-28 / 11-16 BSC
4 seasons
1974
Overall: 4-6
Big Sky: 2-4, t4th
Result
L 10-28
W 28-0
W 31-21
L 13-24
W 28-10
L 20-21
L 8-10
L 14-42
L 13-38
W 21-14
L 7-20
DateOpponent
9-10 * Boise State
9-17 Portland State
9-24 * Northern Arizona
10-01 * vs. @ Montana
10-08 * vs. @ Montana State
10-15 vs. @ UNLV
10-22 Bemidji State
10-29*Idaho
11-05 Utah State
11-12 * vs. @ Idaho State
Result
L 9-19
W 40-22
L 10-36
W 31-23
L 24-27
L 13-26
W 31-28
W 30-27
L 14-23
L 18-21
1978
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 2-4, t5th
1975
Overall: 1-9-1
Big Sky: 1-4-1, 6th
DateOpponent
09-13 Southern Mississippi
09-20 Western Illinois
09-27 * Boise State
10-04*Montana
10-11 * at Montana State
10-18 Utah State
10-25 * at Idaho State
11-01 at Cal State Northridge
11-08*Idaho
11-15 at UNLV
11-22 * Northern Arizona
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 3-4, t3rd
1977
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 1-5, 7th
DateOpponent
09-14 UNLV
09-21 Cal State Northridge
09-28 at Cal State Fullerton
10-05 * at Montana
10-12 * Montana State
10-19 * at Northern Arizona
10-26 * Idaho State
11-02 * at Boise State
11-09 * at Idaho
11-16 Eastern Michigan
11-23 at Utah State
1979
Overall: 2-9
Big Sky: 1-5, 6th
Result
L 10-14
L 10-19
L 13-28
L 12-48
L 14-31
L 7-30
L 3-20
L 10-17
T 40-40
L 14-38
W 19-8
DateOpponent
09-09 North Dakota State
09-16 at Cal State Fresno
09-23 Northern Iowa
09-30*Montana
10-07 * Montana State
10-14 at Utah
10-21 * at Boise State
10-28 * at Idaho
11-04 * Idaho State
11-11 at Utah State
11-18 * at Northern Arizona
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L 28-49
L 14-55
W 35-9
L 7-27
L 14-21
L 7-30
L 13-14
W 51-6
W 34-12
W 44-25
L 0-10
DateOpponent
09-08 at North Dakota State
09-15 at Brigham Young
09-22 Portland State
09-29 * at Montana
10-06 * at Montana State
10-13 * Northern Arizona
10-20 * at Nevada
10-27 * Boise State
11-03 * at Idaho State
11-10*Idaho
11-17 Utah State
Result
L 10-11
L 3-48
L 13-16
L 16-23
L 21-40
W 34-10
L 3-22
L 7-23
W 14-10
W 12-7
L 10-34
1980
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
DateOpponent
09-13 at Northern Iowa
09-20 * Idaho State
09-27*Nevada
10-04 * Montana State
10-11*Montana
10-18 * at Northern Arizona
10-25 * at Boise State
11-01 * at Idaho
11-08 Utah State (HC)
11-15 * at Idaho State
11-22 at Portland State
Result
L 10-31
W 21-17
W 10-0
W 12-7
W 38-21
L 7-32
L 0-24
L 6-31
L 13-50
L 5-46
L 0-75
MIKE PRICE
46-44 / 29-29 BSC
8 seasons
1981
Overall: 7-4
Big Sky: 4-3, t4th
DateOpponent
09-12*Idaho
09-19 at Utah State
09-26 Portland State
10-03 * at Montana State
10-10 Puget Sound
10-19 * at Nevada
10-24 * Boise State (HC)
10-31 * Northern Arizona
11-07 Augustana (S.D.)
11-14 * at Montana
11-21 * at Idaho State
Result
W 42-21
L 18-31
W 31-16
W 28-20
W 31-10
L 14-28
L 19-33
W 24-23(ot)
W 27-7
W 7-6
L 30-33(3ot)
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GAME RESULTS
1982
1985
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 2-5, 7th
DateOpponent
09-11 Eastern Washington
09-18 at Utah State
09-25 at Fresno State
10-02 * at Idaho
10-09 * Montana State
10-16 at Portland State
10-23 * at Boise State
10-30 * Idaho State (HC)
11-06*Nevada
11-13*Montana
11-20 * at Northern Arizona
Result
W 27-24
L 10-31
L 9-25
L 34-35
L 20-23
W 20-6
L 21-41
W 26-7
W 46-43(3ot)
L 20-42
L 28-35
DateOpponent
09-07 Southern Utah State
09-14 Eastern Washington
09-21 Portland State
10-05 * at Montana State
10-12 * Idaho (HC) 10-19 * at Nevada
10-26 * Boise State
11-02 * at Montana
11-09 * Northern Arizona
11-16 * at Idaho State
11-23 at Pacific
1983
Result
W 62-20
L 19-31
W 45-24
W 50-36
L 28-31
L 12-47
L 21-24
W 57-29
W 37-10
W 46-45
L 34-36
Result
W 33-21
W 26-13
W 21-17
W 23-20
L 26-28
W 28-10
L 3-41
L 27-38
W 37-13
L 32-38
L 34-40
DateOpponent
09-13 Adams State
09-20 * at Northern Arizona
09-27 at Portland State
10-04*Nevada
10-11 * Montana State (HC)
10-18 * at Boise State
10-25 * Idaho State
11-01 at Eastern Washington
11-08*Montana
11-15 * at Idaho
11-22 at Nicholls State
1984
Result
W 55-21
L 24-45
L 22-27
L 24-38
W 24-3
L 13-23
W 63-33
L 31-41
L 29-55
L 17-31
L 30-34
1987
Overall: 10-3
Big Sky: 7-1, t1st
Result
L 16-52
W 44-0
L 21-42
L 24-27
W 47-14
L 0-48
W 40-37
W 29-10
L 21-35
L 22-26
W 23-21
DateOpponent
09-05 Western State
09-12 at Cal State Long Beach
09-19 Southern Utah State
09-26 * Boise State
10-10 * Northern Arizona
10-17 * at Montana State
10-24 * at Montana
10-31*Idaho
11-07 Eastern Washington
11-14 * at Nevada
11-21 * at Idaho State
11-28 # at Idaho
12-05 # at Marshall
# NCAA FCS Playoffs
DateOpponent
09-10 at UTEP
09-17 Nicholls State
09-24 Southern Utah State
10-01 * at Boise State
10-08 * Idaho State
10-15*Nevada
10-22 * at Idaho
10-29*Montana
11-05 * at Eastern Washington
11-12 * Montana State
11-19 * at Northern Arizona
Result
L 21-48
L 23-28
W 49-30
L 27-31
W 34-13
W 37-31
L 24-27
L 14-41
W 51-30
W 59-35
L 21-27
DAVE ARSLANIAN
53-47 / 34-36 BSC
9 seasons
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 2-5, t6th
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 3-4, 6th
DateOpponent
09-01 at Utah
09-08 Fort Lewis
09-15 * at Northern Arizona
09-22 at Portland State
09-29*Montana
10-06 * Montana State
10-13 * at Idaho
10-20 Southern Utah State
10-27 * Nevada (HC)
11-03 * Idaho State
11-10 * at Boise State
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
1986
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 3-4, t5th
DateOpponent
09-03 Southwest State (Minn.)
09-17 * Northern Arizona
09-24 at Eastern Washington
10-01 * at Montana State
10-08 * at Montana
10-15 * Idaho (HC)
10-22 * at Nevada
10-29 * Boise State
11-05 Portland State
11-12 * at Idaho State
11-19 at UTEP
1988
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-3, 4th
Result
W 40-10
L 7-30
W 36-26
W 55-44
W 30-17
W 35-32
W 29-26
L 38-41
W 46-23
W 38-15
W 53-37
W 59-30
L 23-51
1989
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 1-7, 9th
DateOpponent
09-09 at UNLV
09-16 * Northern Arizona
09-23*Idaho
09-30 * Boise State
10-07 * at Montana
10-14 Southern Utah State
10-21 * at Nevada
10-28 * at Montana State
11-04 * Eastern Washington
11-11 Southwest State
11-18 * at Idaho State
Result
L 12-16
L 17-20
L 33-46
L 24-41
L 6-31
W 42-7
L 15-47
L 27-31
L 10-27
W 55-0
W 45-35
1990
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 3-5, t5th
DateOpponent
09-01 at Southern Utah State
09-08 * at Boise State
09-15 * Idaho State
09-22 * at Idaho
09-29 * Montana State
10-06 * at Eastern Washington
10-13*Montana
10-20 at Wyoming
10-27*Nevada
11-10 * at Northern Arizona
11-17 at McNeese State
Result
W 37-21
L 14-24
W 45-38(2ot)
L 27-37
W 32-20
W 36-34
L 37-39
L 12-21
L 7-28
L 35-38
W 27-7
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GAME RESULTS
1991
1995
Overall: 8-4
Big Sky: 6-2, t2nd
DateOpponent
08-31 at Air Force
09-07 Southern Utah
09-14 * Northern Arizona
09-28 * Eastern Washington
10-05 * at Montana State
10-12 * Idaho 10-19 * at Montana
11-02 * at Nevada
11-09 * New Mexico Highlands
11-16 * Boise State
11-23 * at Idaho State
11-30 # at Northern Iowa
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-3, t2nd
Result
L 31-48
W 33-14
W 43-38
W 63-59
W 36-25
W 45-17
L 38-47
L 49-55
W 62-7
W 35-32
W 60-41
L 21-38
DateOpponent
08-31 at Western Michigan
09-09 at Central Michigan
09-16 Saint Mary’s
09-23 Cal Poly
09-30 * Eastern Washington
10-07 * at Montana
10-14 * Boise State (HC)
10-21 * at Montana State
10-28*Idaho
11-11 * Northern Arizona
11-18 * at Idaho State
Result
L 21-28
L 31-39
W 49-14
W 53-43
W 40-30
L 22-49
L 14-40
W 14-7
W 25-19
W 20-14
L 25-35
# NCAA FCS Playoffs
1992
1996
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-3, t3rd
DateOpponent
09-05 at New Mexico State
09-12 Southern Utah
09-19 * at Idaho
09-26 * Montana State
10-03 * at Eastern Washington
10-10*Montana
10-17 * at Boise State
10-24 * Idaho State
10-31 at Nevada
11-07 * at Northern Arizona
11-21 McNeese State
1993
Overall: 7-4
Big Sky: 5-3, t3rd
Result
L 21-37
W 35-24
L 24-52
W 47-19
L 14-32
W 24-7
L 24-24
W 27-11
W 23-21
W 25-19
L 22-23
DateOpponent
09-07 * Eastern Washington
09-14 Western State
09-21 at Cal Poly
09-28 at Toledo
10-05 * at Northern Arizona
10-12 * Cal State Northridge
10-19 * at Portland State
11-02 * Montana State
11-09 * at Sacramento State
11-16*Montana
11-23 * at Idaho State
Overall: 7-4
Big Sky: 3-4, t5th
DateOpponent
09-04 Sonoma State
09-11 Cal State Northridge
09-18*Idaho
09-25 * at Montana State
10-02 * Eastern Washington
10-09 * at Montana
10-16 * Boise State
10-23 * at Nevada
10-30 Southern Utah
11-06 * Northern Arizona
11-13 * at Idaho State
Result
W 40-28
W 27-12
L 0-56
L 10-14
L 22-36
L 17-45
W 21-14
W 47-30
W 43-39
W 67-28
W 21-17
1994
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 2-5, t6th
DateOpponent
09-03 Western Montana
09-10 Montana Tech
09-17 * Montana State
09-24 * at Eastern Washington
10-01 at Northeast Louisiana
10-08 * at Boise State
10-15 at Southern Utah
10-22 * Montana (HC)
10-29 * at Northern Arizona
11-05 * Idaho State
11-12 * at Idaho
Result
W 22-20
W 36-3
W 30-20
L 24-31
L 45-59
L 28-35
W 35-10
W 17-7
W 41-31
L 10-24
W 37-22
1997
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
DateOpponent
09-06 Western State
09-13 Southern Utah
09-20 at Boise State
09-27 * at Eastern Washington
10-04 * Northern Arizona
10-11 * at Cal State Northridge
10-18 * Portland State (HC)
11-01 * at Montana State
11-08 * Sacramento State
11-15 * at Montana
11-22 * Idaho State
Result
W 30-12
W 47-7
W 41-13
L 6-24
L 37-62
L 17-24
W 20-14
L20-35
L 20-24
W 40-6
L 30-79
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32-46 / 20-32 BSC
7 seasons
1998
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
DateOpponent
09-03 Montana Tech
09-12 Humboldt State
09-19 * at Idaho State
09-26 * No. 11 Montana
10-03 * at Sacramento State
10-10 * Montana State
10-17 at Boise State
10-24 * at Portland State
10-31 * Cal State Northridge
11-07 * at Northern Arizona
11-14 * Eastern Washington
Result
W 38-7
W 41-12
W 6-3
W 27-20
W 27-14
L 7-10
L 13-24
L 27-34
L 10-26
L 17-20
W 27-23
1999
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 3-5, t5th
DateOpponent
09-02 Western State
09-11 at Wyoming
09-18 * Idaho State
09-25 * at No. 2 Montana
10-02 * No. 24 Sacramento State
10-09 * at Montana State
10-16 Southern Utah (HC)
10-23 * Portland State
10-30 * at Cal State Northridge
11-06 * Northern Arizona
11-13 * at Eastern Washington
Result
W 33-3
L 16-41
W 27-24
L 22-81
W 52-49
L 6-29
L 7-39
L 14-31
L 28-30
L (f) 19-36
L 27-30
(f) awarded victory over NAU for use of an ineligible player.
Result
W 29-13
W 33-32
L 7-24
L 11-35
W 36-23
L 20-30
W 16-7
L 14-28
W 52-14
L 13-38
W 26-7
2000
Overall: 7-4
Big Sky: 5-3, t2nd
DateOpponent
08-31 Western State
09-09 at Toledo
09-16 * at Montana State
09-23 * Eastern Washington
09-30 * at Sacramento State
10-05 * Cal State Northridge
10-14 * at Northern Arizona
10-21 * No. 2 Portland State
10-28 * at Idaho State
11-04 Western New Mexico
11-11*Montana
Result
W 44-13
L 0-51
W 28-7
L 24-27(ot)
L 7-35
W 31-14
W 12-10
W 41-9
W 16-13
W 41-10
L 28-30
73
YEAR-BY-YEAR
GAME RESULTS
2001
RON MCBRIDE
38-32 / 29-18 BSC
6 seasons
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 2-5, 6th
DateOpponent
09-01 at Southern Utah
09-08 * Montana State
09-22 * at Eastern Washington
09-29 * Sacramento State
10-06 at Arkansas
10-13 * No. 22 Northern Arizona
10-20 * at Portland State
10-27 * Idaho State
11-03 Cal Poly
11-10 * at No. 1 Montana
11-17 at Utah State
Result
L 21-28
L 17-32
L 26-50
W 38-31
L 19-42
L 32-42
L 43-65
W 42-17
W 43-40(4ot)
L 23-38
L 43-56
2002
Overall: 3-8
Big Sky: 1-6, 8th
DateOpponent
08-31 at New Mexico
09-14 Western State
09-21 Eastern Oregon
10-05 * at Northern Arizona
10-12 * No. 1 Montana
10-19 * at Montana State
10-26 * at Idaho State
11-02 * Eastern Washington
11-09 * Portland State
11-16 * at Sacramento State
11-23 at Cal Poly
Result
L 24-38
W 44-0
W 56-7
L 21-26
L 7-39
L 10-44
L 0-34
L 20-38
W 20-14
L 38-41
L 26-28
2003
Overall: 8-4
Big Sky: 4-3, t4th
DateOpponent
08-30 Western State
09-06 Southern Utah
09-13 at Colorado State
09-20 Montana Tech
09-27 * at No. 17 E. Washington
10-04 * Northern Arizona
10-11 * at Montana
10-18 * Montana State
10-25 * Idaho State
11-08 * at Portland State
11-15 * Sacramento State
11-22 at Saint Mary’s 2004
Overall: 1-10
Big Sky: 1-6, 8th
DateOpponent
09-04 Southern Utah
09-11 at UTEP
09-18 UC Davis
09-25 * at No. 21 Northern Arizona
10-02*Montana
10-09 * at Montana State
10-16 * at Sacramento State
10-23 * Eastern Washington (HC)
2011
10-30
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Idaho State STATE
11-06 North Dakota State
11-13 * Portland State
74
Result
W 38-13
W 13-3
L 7-31
W 49-14
W 35-23
L 29-48
L 7-12
L 3-26
W 38-21
W 45-21
W 26-14
W 35-15
2005
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 4-3, t4th
DateOpponent
09-03 Western State
09-10 at #24 Fresno State
09-17 at #13 North Dakota State
09-24 * Northern Arizona
10-01 * at Montana
10-08 * Montana State
10-15 * Sacramento State
10-22 * at #6 Eastern Washington
10-29 * Idaho State
11-12 * at Portland State
11-19 at Southern Utah
Result
W 61-0
L 17-55
L 0-41
W 31-23
L 19-24
L 24-27
W 26-14
W 28-23
W 30-21
L 14-39
W 27-10
2006
Result
L 6-30
L 0-17
W 24-13
L 10-20
W 26-21
L 21-24
L 30-33
L 18-24
W 19-14
L 17-42
W 30-27
2007
Result
L 31-34
L 0-32
L 29-31
L 27-55
L 21-42
L 17-20
L 12-31
L 7-51
FOOTBALL
W
26-14
L 17-31
L 15-34
# NCAA FCS Playoffs
Result
W 62-6
L 17-36
W 44-7
W 32-27
L 21-37
W 45-28
W 35-12
W 17-10
W 42-14
W 31-21
W 59-27
L 26-33
W 49-35
L 13-24
2009
DateOpponent
09-05 at Wyoming
09-12 at Colorado State
09-19 * Idaho State
09-26 * at Portland State
10-03 * Montana State
10-10 * at #14 Eastern Washington
10-17 * Sacramento State
10-24 * at Northern Colorado
10-31 * at Montana
11-14 * Northern Arizona
11-21 Cal Poly
11-28 # at William & Mary
# NCAA FCS Playoffs
Result
L 22-29
L 23-24
W 44-17
W 36-29
L 21-26
W 31-13
W 49-10
W 28-20
L 10-31
W 27-9
W 47-14
L 0-38
2010
Overall: 6-5
Big Sky: 5-3, t3rd
Overall: 5-6
Big Sky: 4-4, t4th
DateOpponent
08-30 at Boise State
09-15 at #21 Cal Poly
09-22 * Montana State
09-29 * at Montana
10-06 * Sacramento State
10-13 * at Northern Colorado
10-20 * Northern Arizona
10-27 * at Portland State
11-03 * Idaho State
11-10 Fort Lewis
11-17 * at Eastern Washington
DateOpponent
08-28 Montana Western
09-06 at Hawaii
09-13 Dixie State (HC)
09-20 * at Sacramento State
09-27 at #17 Utah
10-04*Montana
10-11 * at Montana State
10-18 * Northern Colorado
10-25 * at #15 Northern Arizona
11-01 * Portland State
11-08 * at Idaho State
11-22 * Eastern Washington
11-29 # at #3 Cal Poly
12-06 # at #5 Montana
Overall: 7-5
Big Sky: 6-2, t2nd
Overall: 4-7
Big Sky: 3-5, t6th
DateOpponent
09-02 at Colorado State
09-09 Cal Poly
09-16 Southern Utah
09-23 * Portland State
09-28 * Northern Colorado
10-07 * at Sacramento State
10-21*Montana
10-28 * at #24 Montana State
11-04 * Eastern Washington
11-11 * at Northern Arizona
11-18 * at Idaho State
2008
Overall: 10-4
Big Sky: 7-1, t1st
Result
L 7-56
L 19-47
L 5-21
L 10-18
W 26-7
W 23-0
L 20-29
W 73-68
W 52-37
W 48-3
L 16-38
DateOpponent
09-04 at Boston College
09-11 * Northern Colorado
09-18 * at Sacramento State
09-25 UC Davis (HC)
10-02 * Eastern Washington
10-16 * at Idaho State
10-23 * Portland State
10-30*Montana
11-06 * at #12 Montana State
11-13 * at Northern Arizona
11-20 at Texas Tech
Result
L 20-38
W 50-47(4ot)
L 17-24
W 20-9
L 24-35
W 16-13
W 44-41
W 30-21
L 10-24
W 27-26
L 21-64
WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM
RECORD AGAINST
ALL-TIME OPPONENTS
Last
WSUOPP
Opponents
Game Won
Lost
Tie
Points
Points
Adams State
1986
100 55 21
Air Force
1991
010 31 48
Arkansas
2001
010 19 42
Augustana (S.D.)
1981
100 27 7
Bemidji State
1977
100 31 28
Boise State
2007723 0594884
Boston College
2010
010 20 38
Brigham Young
1979
020 17 93
Cal Poly
20095 3 0267244
Cal St.-Fullerton
1974
200 47 35
Cal St.-Long Beach
1987
0
2
0
14
49
Cal St.-Los Angeles 1967
200 83 10
Cal St. Northridge
2000
4
6
0
244
190
Cal St.-San Diego
1967
0
2
0
46
96
Central Michigan
1995
010 31 39
College of Idaho
1962
1
0
0
27
14
Colorado State
2008
030 36 85
Dixie State
2008
100 44 7
Drake
1970
010 19 36
Eastern Michigan
1974
110 28 58
Eastern Montana
1965
400108 20
Eastern Oregon
2002
300138 14
EASTERN WASHINGTON
2010
1415 0783867
Fresno State
2005
030 40135
Fort Lewis
2007
200 92 3
HAWAI’I
2008
010 17 36
Humboldt State
1998
100 41 12
Idaho
1995
1319 1863965
IDAHO STATE
2010
36
14
0
1400
1143
Marshall
1987
010 23 51
McNeese State
1992
110 49 30
MONTANA
201013 37 010371386
MONTANA STATE
201021 26 110051043
Montana Tech
2003
300134 28
Montana Western
2008
300120 18
Nevada
19936 9 0349481
New Mexico Highlands
1992
*2
0
0
64
7
New Mexico State
1992
0
1
0
21
37
Nicholls State
1988
020 53 62
Northeast Louisiana 1994
010 37 63
NORTHERN ARIZONA 2010
*26 21 011891167
NORTHERN COLORADO
2010
500144 98
Northern Iowa
1991
120 66 78
Northern Michigan
1972
110 53 42
North Dakota State
2005
0
4
0
55
132
North Texas
1971
110 33 35
Oregon Tech
1963
200 58 20
Pacific
1985
0
1
0
34
36
Parsons College (Iowa)
1970
2
1
0
58
40
PORTLAND STATE 2010
1912 0945777
Puget Sound
1981
100 31 10
SACRAMENTO STATE2010
10 5 0464375
Saint Mary’s
2003
200 84 29
Sonoma State
1993
100 40 28
South Dakota
1970
001 21 21
South Dakota State
1976
3
0
0
107
44
Southwest State (Minn.)
1989
2
0
0
88
21
Southern Colorado
1964
200 47 28
Southern Mississippi 1975
020 17 42
Southern Oregon
1963
110 47 58
Southern Utah
2006
14 3 0542364
Texas Tech
2010
010 21 64
Toledo
2000
020 24 82
UC Davis
2010
110 49 40
UNLV
19892 5 0125158
Utah
2008
030 44119
UTAH STATE
2001111 0195366
UTEP
2004
030 55130
Western Illinois
1976
020 29 40
Western Michigan
1995
010 21 28
Western New Mexico
2000
1
1
0
41
10
Western State
2005
11 3 0413121
Whitworth College
1965
100 44 13
William & Mary
2010
0
1
0
0
38
Wisconsin-Oshkosh 1970
100 60 0
WYOMING
2009
030 50 91
49-SEASON TOTAL
526 257 269
312,99512,714
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
HOMECOMING GAME RESULTS
(22-27-0)
1962 - College of Idaho
1963 - Montana State
1964 - Idaho State
1965 - Whitworth
1966 - Idaho State
1967 - Idaho
1968 - Idaho State
1969 - Northern Arizona
1970 - Montana State
1971-Montana
1972 - Nevada-Las Vegas
1973 - Montana
1974 - Idaho State
1975 - Utah State
1976 - Idaho State
1977 - Utah State
1978 - Idaho State
1979 - Boise State
1980 - Utah State
1981 - Boise State
1982 - Idaho State
1983 - Idaho
1984-Nevada
1985 - Idaho
1986 - Idaho State
1987-Idaho
1988 - Montana
1989 - Eastern Washington
1990 - Nevada
1991 - Idaho
1992 - Montana
1993 - Boise State
1994-Montana
1995 - Boise State
1996 - Cal State Northridge
1997 - Portland State
1998 - Montana
1999 - Southern Utah
2000 - Eastern Washington
2001 - Northern Arizona
2002 - Montana
2003 - Idaho State
2004 - Eastern Washington
2005 - Sacramento State
2006 - Portland State
2007 - Montana State
2008 - Dixie State
2009 - Sacramento State
2010 - UC Davis
27-14
8-26
0-31
44-13
16-7
28-17
23-16
21-19
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
56-13 W
14-13 L
30-0 W
10-0 L
10-8 L
30-7 L
34-7 W
23-7 L
34-12 W
23-7 L
50-13 L
33-19 L
26-7 W
28-10 W
35-21 L
31-28 L
63-33 W
41-38 L
41-14 L
27-20 L
28-7 L
45-17 W
24-7 W
21-14 W
35-20 L
41-14 L
35-28 L
16-7 W
27-20 W
39-7 L
27-24L(ot)
32-42 L
7-39 L
38-21 W
7-51 L
26-14 W
10-20 L
5-21 L
44-7 W
49-10 W
20-9 W
75
SERIES HISTORY
VS. ALL OPPONENTS
ADAMS STATE
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-13-86..... Ogden................ W....55-21
AIR FORCE
Overall: 0-1
In Colorado Springs: 0-1
08-31-91..... Col. Springs....... L...... 31-48
ARKANSAS
Overall: 0-1
In Fayetteville: 0-1
10-06-01..... Fayetteville......... L......19-42
AUGUSTANA (S.D.)
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
11-07-81..... Ogden................ W....27-7
BEMIDJI STATE
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
10-22-77..... Ogden................ W....31-28
BOISE STATE
Overall: 7-23
In Ogden: 5-9
In Boise: 2-14
10-05-68..... Ogden................ W....44-3
11-14-70..... Boise................. W....41-7
10-02-71..... Ogden................ W....20-7
09-30-72..... Boise.................. L......16-49
10-06-73..... Ogden................ L......7-34
11-02-74..... Boise.................. L......14-42
09-27-75..... Ogden................ L......13-28
11-27-76..... Boise.................. L......31-56
09-10-77..... Ogden................ L......9-19
10-21-78..... Boise.................. L......13-14
10-27-79..... Ogden................ L......7-23
10-25-80..... Boise.................. L......0-24
10-24-81..... Ogden................ L......19-33
10-23-82..... Boise.................. L......21-41
10-29-83..... Ogden................ L......27-38
11-10-84..... Boise................. W....23-21
10-26-85..... Ogden................ L......21-24
10-18-86..... Boise.................. L......13-23
09-26-87..... Ogden................ W....55-44
10-01-88..... Boise.................. L......27-31
09-30-89..... Ogden................ L......24-41
09-08-90..... Boise.................. L......14-24
11-16-91..... Ogden................ W....35-32
10-17-92..... Boise.................. L......21-24
10-16-93..... Ogden................ W....21-14
10-08-94..... Boise.................. L......17-24
10-14-95..... Ogden................ L......14-40
09-20-97..... Boise.................. L......7-24
10-17-98..... Boise.................. L......13-24
08-30-07..... Boise.................. L......7-56
CAL POLY
Overall: 5-3
In Ogden: 3-1
San Luis Obispo: 2-2
09-23-95..... Ogden................ W....53-43
09-21-96..... San Luis Obispo.. W....30-20
11-03-01..... Ogden................ W....43-40(4ot)
11-23-02..... San Luis Obispo.L......26-28
09-09-06..... Ogden................ L......0-17
09-15-07..... San Luis Obispo.L......19-47
11-29-08..... San Luis Obispo.. W....49-35
11-21-09..... San Luis Obispo.. W....49-17
CAL STATE
FULLERTON
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Fullerton: 1-0
09-29-73..... Ogden................ W....16-14
09-28-74..... Fullerton............ W....31-21
CAL STATE LOS ANGELES
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 2-0
10-01-66..... Ogden................ W....70-7
10-07-67..... Ogden................ W....13-3
CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE
Overall: 4-6
In Ogden: 3-3
In Northridge: 1-3
11-16-68..... Ogden................ L......18-29
11-27-71..... Northridge......... W....44-7
09-21-74..... Ogden................ W....28-0
11-01-75..... Northridge.......... L......10-17
09-11-93..... Ogden................ W....27-12
10-12-96..... Ogden................ L......28-35
10-11-97..... Northridge.......... L......20-30
10-31-98..... Ogden................ L......10-26
10-30-99..... Northridge.......... L......28-30
10-05-00..... Ogden................ W....31-14
CAL STATE SAN DIEGO
Overall: 0-2
In Ogden: 0-1
In San Diego: 0-1
09-24-66..... Ogden................ L......34-36
09-23-67..... San Diego.......... L......12-58
CENTRAL MICHIGAN
Overall: 0-1
In Mt. Pleasant: 0-1
09-09-95..... Mount Pleasant.. L......31-39
COLLEGE OF IDAHO
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
10-27-62..... Ogden................ W....27-14
COLORADO STATE
Overall: 0-1
In Boston: 0-1
09-04-10..... Boston................ L......20-38
Overall: 0-3
In Fort Collins: 0-3
09-13-03..... Fort Collins......... L......7-31
09-02-06..... Fort Collins......... L......6-30
09-12-09..... Fort Collins......... L......23-24
BRIGHAM YOUNG
DIXIE STATE
BOSTON COLLEGE
Overall: 0-2
In Provo: 0-2
11-17-73..... Provo.................. L......14-45
09-15-79..... Provo.................. L......3-48
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-13-08..... Ogden................ W..... 44-7
2011 WEBER STATE
Overall: 0-1
FOOTBALL
In Ogden: 0-1
09-19-70..... Ogden................ L......19-36
76
DRAKE
EASTERN MICHIGAN
Overall: 1-1
In Ogden: 1-0
In Ypsilanti: 0-1
11-22-73..... Ypsilanti.............. L......7-44
11-16-74..... Ogden................ W....21-14
EASTERN OREGON
Overall: 3-0
In Ogden: 2-0
In La Grande: 1-0
11-03-62..... La Grande......... W....34-0
10-26-63..... Ogden................ W....48-7
09-21-02..... Ogden................ W....56-7
EASTERN WASHINGTON
Overall: 14-15
In Ogden: 8-6
In Cheney: 5-7
09-20-69..... Ogden................ W....52-6
09-11-82..... Ogden................ W....27-24
09-24-83..... Cheney.............. W....21-17
09-14-85..... Ogden................ L......19-31
11-01-86..... Spokane (Albi)... L......31-41
11-07-87..... Ogden................ W....46-23
11-05-88..... Spokane (Albi).. W....51-30
11-04-89..... Ogden................ L......10-27
10-06-90..... Cheney.............. W....36-34
09-28-91..... Ogden................ W....63-59
10-03-92..... Cheney............... L......14-32
10-02-93..... Ogden................ L......22-36
09-24-94..... Cheney............... L......6-24
09-30-95..... Ogden................ W....40-30
09-07-96..... Ogden................ W....22-20
09-27-97..... Cheney............... L......11-35
11-14-98..... Ogden................ W....27-23
11-13-99..... Spokane (Albi)... L......27-30
09-23-00..... Ogden................ L......24-27(OT)
09-22-01..... Cheney............... L......26-50
11-02-02..... Ogden................ L......20-38
09-27-03..... Cheney.............. W....35-23
10-23-04..... Ogden................ L......7-51
10-22-05..... Cheney.............. W....28-23
11-04-06..... Ogden................ W....19-14
11-17-07..... Cheney............... L......16-38
11-22-08..... Ogden................ L......26-33
10-10-09..... Cheney.............. W....31-13
10-02-10..... Ogden................ L......24-35
FORT LEWIS
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 2-0
09-08-84..... Ogden................ W....44-0
11-10-07..... Ogden................ W....48-3
FRESNO STATE
Overall: 0-3
InFresno: 0-3
09-16-78..... Fresno................ L......14-55
09-25-82..... Fresno................ L......9-25
09-10-05..... Fresno................ L......17-55
HAWAII
Overall: 0-1
In Honolulu: 0-1
09-06-08..... Honolulu............. L......17-36
HUMBOLDT STATE
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-12-98..... Ogden................ W....41-12
IDAHO
Overall: 13-18-1
In Ogden: 10-5-1
In Moscow: 3-13
11-06-65..... Ogden................ W....14-7
11-19-66..... Moscow.............. L......12-42
11-04-67..... Ogden................ W....28-17
11-02-68..... Moscow.............. L......42-50
11-08-69..... Ogden................ W....28-7
11-07-70..... @Pullman, WA... L......17-27
11-06-71..... Ogden................ L......20-24
09-23-72..... Ogden................ W....26-10
10-20-73..... Moscow.............. L......13-17
11-09-74..... Moscow.............. L......13-38
11-08-75..... Ogden................ T......40-40
10-16-76..... Moscow.............. L......17-45
10-29-77..... Ogden................ W....30-27
10-28-78..... Moscow............. W....51-6
11-10-79..... Ogden................ W....12-7
11-01-80..... Moscow.............. L......6-31
09-12-81..... Ogden................ W....42-21
10-02-82..... Moscow.............. L......34-35
10-15-83..... Ogden................ W....28-10
10-13-84..... Moscow............. W....40-37
10-12-85..... Ogden................ L......28-31
11-15-86..... Moscow.............. L......17-31
10-31-87..... Ogden................ L......38-41
11-28-87..... Moscow............. W....59-30
10-22-88..... Moscow.............. L......24-27
09-23-89..... Ogden................ L......33-46
09-22-90..... Moscow.............. L......27-37
10-12-91..... Ogden................ W....45-17
09-19-92..... Moscow.............. L......24-52
09-18-93..... Ogden................ L......0-56
11-12-94..... Moscow.............. L......30-79
10-28-95..... Ogden................ W....25-19
IDAHO STATE
Overall: 36-14
In Ogden: 18-5
In Pocatello: 18-9
10-20-62..... Pocatello............ L......20-42
11-09-63..... Pocatello............ L......26-36
10-24-64..... Ogden................ L......0-31
10-23-65..... Pocatello........... W....28-17
10-29-66..... Ogden................ W....16-7
10-28-67..... Pocatello........... W....19-7
10-26-68..... Ogden................ W....23-16
10-25-69..... Pocatello........... W....28-25
10-24-70..... Ogden................ L......14-30
11-20-71..... Pocatello........... W....28-21
11-04-72..... Ogden................ L......7-49
10-27-73..... Pocatello........... W....38-23
10-26-74..... Ogden................ L......8-10
10-25-75..... Pocatello............ L......3-20
10-23-76..... Ogden................ W....34-7
11-12-77..... Pocatello............ L......18-21
11-04-78..... Ogden................ W....34-12
11-03-79..... Pocatello........... W....14-10
09-20-80..... Ogden................ W....21-17
11-03-80..... Pocatello............ L......5-46
11-21-81..... Pocatello............ L......30-33 (3ot)
10-30-82..... Ogden................ W....26-7
11-12-83..... Pocatello............ L......32-38
11-03-84..... Ogden................ L......22-26
11-16-85..... Pocatello........... W....46-45
10-25-86..... Ogden................ W....60-33
11-21-87..... Pocatello........... W....53-37
10-08-88..... Ogden................ W....34-13
11-18-89..... Pocatello........... W....45-35
09-15-90..... Ogden................ W....45-38 (2ot)
11-23-91..... Pocatello........... W....60-41
10-24-92..... Ogden................ W....27-11
11-13-93..... Pocatello........... W....21-17
11-05-94..... Ogden................ W....40-6
11-18-95..... Pocatello............ L......25-35
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11-23-96..... Pocatello........... W....37-22
11-22-97..... Ogden................ W....26-7
09-19-98..... Pocatello........... W....6-3
09-18-99..... Ogden................ W....27-24
10-28-00..... Pocatello........... W....16-13
10-27-01..... Ogden................ W....42-17
10-26-02..... Pocatello............ L......0-34
10-25-03..... Ogden................ W....38-21
10-30-04..... Pocatello........... W....26-14
10-29-05..... Ogden................ W....30-21
11-18-06..... Pocatello........... W....30-27
11-03-07..... Ogden................ W....52-37
11-08-08..... Pocatello........... W....59-27
09-19-09..... Ogden................ W....44-17
10-16-10..... Pocatello........... W....16-13
LONG BEACH STATE
Overall: 0-2
In Long Beach: 0-2
09-11-76..... Long Beach........ L......7-19
09-12-87..... Long Beach........ L......7-30
MARSHALL
Overall: 0-1
In Huntington: 0-1
12-05-87..... Huntington.......... L......23-51
McNEESE STATE
Overall: 1-1
In Ogden: 0-1
In Lake Charles: 1-0
11-17-90..... Lake Charles..... W....27-7
11-21-92..... Ogden................ L......22-23
MONTANA
Overall: 13-37
In Ogden: 7-17
In Missoula: 6-20
10-13-62..... Missoula............. L......6-25
11-02-63..... Ogden................ W....19-13
10-17-64..... Missoula............. L......12-20
10-09-65..... Ogden................ L......14-15
10-08-66..... Missoula............ W....28-0
09-30-67..... Ogden................ L......12-13
11-09-68..... Missoula............ W....20-16
10-04-69..... Ogden................ L......17-20
10-03-70..... Missoula............. L......29-38
10-30-71..... Ogden................ L......13-14
10-07-72..... Missoula............. L......7-12
11-10-73..... Ogden................ L......0-10
10-05-74..... Missoula............. L......13-24
10-04-75..... Ogden................ L......12-48
10-02-76..... Missoula............. L......25-28
10-01-77..... Missoula............ W....31-23
09-30-78..... Ogden................ L......7-27
09-29-79..... Missoula............. L......16-23
10-11-80..... Ogden................ W....38-21
11-14-81..... Missoula............ W....7-6
11-13-82..... Ogden................ L......20-42
10-08-83..... Missoula............. L......26-28
09-29-84..... Ogden................ W....47-14
11-02-85..... Missoula............ W....57-29
11-08-86..... Ogden................ L......29-55
10-24-87..... Missoula............ W....29-26
10-29-88..... Ogden................ L......14-41
10-07-89..... Missoula............. L......6-31
10-13-90..... Ogden................ L......37-39
10-19-91..... Missoula............. L......38-47
10-10-92..... Ogden................ W....24-7
10-09-93..... Missoula............. L......17-45
10-22-94..... Ogden................ L......20-35
10-07-95..... Missoula............. L......22-49
11-16-96..... Ogden................ L......10-24
11-15-97..... Missoula............. L......13-38
09-26-98..... Ogden................ W....27-20
09-25-99..... Missoula............. L......22-81
11-11-00...... Ogden................ L......28-30
11-10-01..... Missoula............. L......23-38
10-12-02..... Ogden................ L......7-39
10-11-03..... Missoula............. L......7-12
10-02-04..... Ogden................ L......21-41
10-01-05..... Missoula............. L......19-24
10-21-06..... Ogden................ L......30-33
09-29-07..... Missoula............. L......10-18
10-04-08..... Ogden................ W....45-28
12-06-08..... Missoula............. L......13-24
10-31-09..... Missoula............. L......10-31
10-30-10..... Ogden................ W....30-21
MONTANA STATE
Overall: 20-27-1
In Ogden: 11-13
In Bozeman: 9-14-1
11-02-63..... Ogden................ L......8-26
10-17-64..... Ogden................ L......0-24
10-09-65..... Ogden................ W....19-16
10-22-66..... Bozeman............ L......36-45
09-30-67..... Bozeman............ L......6-21
11-09-68..... Ogden................ W....20-14
10-04-69..... Bozeman........... W....20-14
10-03-70..... Ogden................ W....56-13
10-30-71..... Bozeman............ T......21-21
10-07-72..... Ogden................ L......3-9
11-10-73..... Bozeman............ L......0-33
10-05-74..... Ogden................ W....28-10
10-04-75..... Bozeman............ L......14-31
10-02-76..... Ogden................ L......0-44
10-08-77..... Bozeman............ L......24-27
09-30-78..... Ogden................ L......14-21
09-29-79..... Bozeman............ L......21-40
10-11-80..... Ogden................ W....12-7
11-14-81..... Bozeman........... W....28-20
11-13-82..... Ogden................ L......20-23
10-08-83..... Bozeman........... W....23-20
10-06-84..... Ogden................ L......0-48
10-05--85.... Bozeman........... W....50-36
10-11-86..... Ogden................ W....24-3
10-17-87..... Bozeman........... W....35-32
11-12-88..... Ogden................ W....59-35
10-28-89..... Bozeman............ L......27-31
09-29-90..... Ogden................ W....32-20
10-05-91..... Bozeman........... W....36-25
09-26-92..... Ogden................ W....47-19
09-25-93..... Bozeman............ L......10-14
09-17-94..... Ogden................ W....41-13
10-21-95..... Bozeman........... W....14-7
11-02-96..... Ogden................ W....17-7
11-01-97..... Bozeman............ L......14-28
10-10-98..... Ogden................ L......7-10
10-09-99..... Bozeman............ L......6-29
09-16-00..... Bozeman........... W....28-7
09-08-01..... Ogden................ L......17-32
10-19-02..... Bozeman............ L......10-44
10-18-03..... Ogden................ L......3-26
10-09-04..... Bozeman............ L......17-20
10-08-05..... Ogden................ L......24-27
10-28-06..... Bozeman............ L......18-24
09-22-07..... Ogden................ L......5-21
10-11-08..... Bozeman........... W....35-12
10-03-09..... Ogden................ L......21-26
11-06-10..... Bozeman............ L......10-24
MONTANA TECH
Overall: 3-0
In Ogden: 3-0
09-10-94..... Ogden................ W..... 47-7
09-03-98..... Ogden................ W....38-7
09-20-03..... Ogden................ W....49-14
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MONTANA - WESTERN
Overall: 3-0
In Ogden: 3-0
09-22-62..... Ogden................ W..... 28-0
09-03-94..... Ogden................ W....30-12
08-28-08..... Ogden................ W....62-6
NEVADA
Overall: 6-9
In Ogden: 3-3
In Reno: 3-6
10-20-79..... Reno.................. L......3-22
09-27-80..... Ogden................ W....10-0
10-19-81..... Reno.................. L......14-28
11-06-82..... Ogden................ W....46-43 (3ot)
10-22-83..... Reno.................. L......3-41
10-27-84..... Ogden................ L......21-35
10-19-85..... Reno.................. L......12-47
10-04-86..... Ogden................ L......24-38
11-14-87..... Reno.................. W....38-15
10-15-88..... Ogden................ W....37-31
10-21-89..... Reno.................. L......15-47
10-27-90..... Ogden................ L......7-28
11-02-91..... Reno.................. L......49-55
10-31-92..... Reno.................. W....23-31
10-23-93..... Reno.................. W....47-30
NEW MEXICO
Overall: 0-1
In Albuquerque: 0-1
08-31-02..... Albuquerque....... L......23-38
NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Las Vegas, NM: 1-0
11-18-72..... Las Vegas, NM.. W.....2-0(f)
11-09-91..... Ogden................ W....62-7
NEW MEXICO STATE
Overall: 0-1
In Las Cruces: 0-1
09-05-92..... Las Cruces......... L......21-37
NICHOLLS STATE
Overall: 0-2
In Ogden: 0-1
In Thibodaux: 0-1
11-22-86..... Thibodaux.......... L......30-34
09-17-88..... Ogden................ L......23-38
NORTHEAST LOUISIANA
Overall: 0-1
In Monroe: 0-1
10-01-94..... Monroe............... L......37-62
NORTHERN ARIZONA
Overall: 25-22
In Ogden: 17-6
In Flagstaff: 8-16
09-19-64..... Flagstaff............. L......6-41
09-18-65..... Ogden................ W....21-14
09-17-66..... Flagstaff............ W....32-14
09-16-67..... Ogden................ W....29-28
09-28-68..... Flagstaff............ W....21-14
11-01-69..... Ogden................ L......19-21
10-31-70..... Flagstaff............ W....38-6
09-25-71..... Ogden................ W....23-7
10-21-72..... Flagstaff............ W....28-7
09-22-73..... Ogden................ W....25-13
10-19-74..... Flagstaff............. L......20-21
11-22-75..... Ogden................ W....19-8
11-20-76..... Flagstaff............. L......18-30
09-24-77..... Ogden................ L......10-36
11-18-78..... Flagstaff............. L......0-10
10-13-79..... Ogden................ W....34-10
10-18-80..... Flagstaff............. L......7-32
10-31-81..... Ogden................ W....24-23 (ot)
11-20-82..... Flagstaff............. L......28-35
09-17-83..... Ogden................ W....26-13
09-15-84..... Flagstaff............. L......21-42
11-09-85..... Ogden................ W....37-10
09-20-86..... Flagstaff............. L......24-45
10-10-87..... Ogden................ W....30-17
11-19-88..... Flagstaff............. L......21-27
09-16-89..... Ogden................ L......17-20
11-10-90..... Flagstaff............. L......35-38
09-14-91..... Ogden................ W....43-38
11-07-92..... Flagstaff............ W....25-19
11-06-93..... Ogden................ W....67-28
10-29-94..... Flagstaff............. L......20-24
11-11-95..... Ogden................ W....20-14
10-05-96..... Flagstaff............. L......45-59
10-04-97..... Ogden................ W....36-23
11-07-98..... Flagstaff............. L......17-20
*11-06-99... Ogden................ L......19-36
10-14-00..... Flagstaff............ W....12-10
10-13-01..... Ogden................ L......32-42
10-05-02..... Flagstaff............. L......21-26
10-04-03..... Ogden................ L......29-48
09-25-04..... Flagstaff............. L......27-55
09-24-05..... Ogden................ W....31-23
11-11-06...... Flagstaff............. L......17-42
10-20-07..... Ogden................ L......20-29
10-25-08..... Flagstaff............ W....42-14
11-14-09..... Ogden................ W....27-9
11-13-10..... Flagstaff............ W....27-26
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NORTHERN COLORADO
Overall: 5-0
In Ogden: 3-0
In Greeley: 2-0
09-28-06..... Ogden................ W....26-21
10-13-07..... Greeley.............. W....23-0
10-18-08..... Ogden................ W....17-10
10-24-09..... Greeley.............. W....28-20
09-11-10..... Ogden................ W....50-47(4ot)
NORTHERN IOWA
Overall: 1-2
In Ogden: 1-0
In Cedar Falls: 0-2-0
09-23-78..... Ogden................ W....35-9
09-13-80..... Cedar Falls......... L......10-31
11-30-91..... Cedar Falls......... L......21-38
NORTHERN MICHIGAN
Overall: 1-1
In Ogden: 1-1
09-27-69..... Ogden................ L......3-24
11-11-72..... Ogden................ W....30-18
NORTH DAKOTA STATE
Overall: 0-4
In Ogden: 0-2
In Fargo: 0-2
09-09-78..... Ogden................ L......29-48
09-08-79..... Fargo.................. L......10-11
11-06-04..... Ogden................ L......17-31
09-17-05..... Fargo.................. L......0-41
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NORTH TEXAS
Overall: 1-1
In Ogden: 1-0
In Denton: 0-1
10-11-69..... Denton............... L......13-35
09-18-71..... Ogden................ W....20-0
OREGON TECH
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Klamath Falls: 1-0
10-06-62..... Ogden................ W....29-13
09-28-63..... Klamath Falls.... W....29-7
10-03-98..... Sacramento...... W....27-14
10-02-99..... Ogden................ W....52-49
09-30-00..... Sacramento........ L......7-35
09-29-01..... Ogden................ W....38-31
11-16-02..... Sacramento........ L......38-41
11-15-03..... Ogden................ W....26-14
10-16-04..... Sacramento........ L......12-31
10-15-05..... Ogden................ W....26-14
10-07-06..... Sacramento........ L......21-24
10-06-07..... Ogden................ W....26-7
09-20-08..... Sacramento...... W....32-27
10-17-09..... Ogden................ W....49-10
09-18-10..... Sacramento........ L......17-24
PACIFIC
Overall: 0-1
In Stockton: 0-1
11-23-85..... Stockton............. L......34-36
SONOMA STATE
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-04-93..... Ogden................ W....40-28
PARSONS COLLEGE (Iowa)
Overall: 2-1
In Ogden: 1-1
In Fairfield: 1-0
10-14-67..... Ogden................ L......14-31
11-15-69..... Fairfield............. W....16-6
09-26-70..... Ogden................ W....28-3
PORTLAND STATE
Overall: 19-12
In Ogden: 12-4
In Portland: 7-8
11-21-64..... Portland.............. L......10-18
11-13-65..... Ogden................ W....74-6
11-12-66..... Portland............ W....51-6
11-11-67..... Ogden................ W....40-21
10-12-68..... Portland............ W....28-12
10-10-70..... Portland.............. L......14-46
10-09-71..... Ogden................ W....54-26
09-17-77..... Ogden................ W....40-22
09-22-79..... Ogden................ L......13-16
11-22-80..... Portland.............. L......0-75
09-26-81..... Ogden................ W....31-16
10-16-82..... Portland............ W....20-6
11-05-83..... Ogden................ W....37-13
09-22-84..... Portland.............. L......24-27
09-21-85..... Ogden................ W....45-24
09-27-86..... Portland.............. L......22-27
10-19-96..... Portland............ W....35-10
10-18-97..... Ogden................ W....16-7
10-24-98..... Portland.............. L......27-34
10-23-99..... Ogden................ L......14-31
10-21-00..... Ogden................ W....41-9
10-20-01..... Portland.............. L......43-65
11-09-02..... Ogden................ W....20-14
11-08-03..... Portland............ W....45-21
11-13-04..... Ogden................ L......15-34
11-12-05..... Portland.............. L......14-39
09-23-06..... Ogden................ L......10-20
11-03-07..... Portland............ W....73-68
11-01-08..... Ogden................ W....31-21
09-26-09..... Portland............ W....36-29
10-23-10..... Ogden................ W....44-41
SOUTH DAKOTA
Overall: 0-0-1
In Ogden: 0-0-1
11-21-70..... Ogden................ T......21-21
SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
Overall: 3-0
In Ogden: 2-0
In Brookings: 1-0-0
09-14-68..... Brookings......... W....27-12
09-13-69..... Ogden................ W....28-13
11-13-76..... Ogden................ W....52-19
SOUTHWEST STATE (Minn.)
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 2-0
09-03-83..... Ogden................ W....33-21
11-11-89..... Ogden................ W....55-0
SOUTHERN COLORADO
Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Pueblo: 1-0
10-05-63..... Pueblo............... W....28-14
10-03-64..... Ogden................ W....19-14
SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI
Overall: 0-2
In Ogden: 0-1
In Hattiesburg: 0-1
11-03-73..... Hattiesburg......... L......7-28
09-13-75..... Ogden................ L......10-14
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Overall: 2-0
In Ogden: 1-0
In Moraga: 1-0
09-16-95..... Ogden................ W....49-14
11-22-03..... Moraga.............. W....35-15
TEXAS TECH
Overall: 0-1
In Lubbock: 1-1
11-20-10..... Lubbock............. L......21-64
TOLEDO
Overall: 0-2
In Toledo: 0-2-0
09-28-96..... Toledo................ L......24-31
09-09-00..... Toledo................ L......0-51
UC DAVIS
Overall: 1-1
In Ogden: 1-1
09-18-04..... Ogden................ L......29-31
09-25-10..... Ogden................ W....20-9
UNLV
Ovearll: 2-5
In Ogden: 1-2
In Las Vegas: 1-3
10-23-71..... Las Vegas......... W....30-17
10-28-72..... Ogden................ W....30-0
09-14-74..... Ogden................ L......10-28
11-15-75..... Las Vegas.......... L......14-38
09-25-76..... Ogden................ L......16-33
10-15-77..... Las Vegas.......... L......13-26
09-09-89..... Las Vegas.......... L......12-16
UTAH
Overall: 0-3
In Salt Lake City: 0-3
10-14-78..... Salt Lake City..... L......7-30
09-01-84..... Salt Lake City..... L......7-51
09-27-08..... Salt Lake City..... L......21-37
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SOUTHERN OREGON
Overall: 1-1
In Ogden: 1-0
In Ashland: 0-1
11-17-62..... Ashland.............. L......7-26
09-21-63..... Ogden................ W....40-32
SOUTHERN UTAH
09-11-04..... El Paso............... L......0-32
WESTERN ILLINOIS
Overall: 0-2
In Ogden: 0-1
In Macomb: 0-1
09-20-75..... Ogden................ L......10-19
09-18-76..... Macomb............. L......19-21
WESTERN MICHIGAN
Overall: 0-1
In Kalamazoo: 0-1
08-31-95..... Kalamazoo......... L......21-28
WESTERN NEW MEXICO
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
11-04-00..... Ogden................ W.... 41-10
WESTERN STATE
Overall: 11-3
In Ogden: 10-2
In Gunnison: 1-1-0
09-22-62..... Gunnison............ L......6-26
11-16-63..... Ogden................ L......6-19
10-31-64..... Ogden................ L......0-7
10-30-65..... Ogden................ L......14-7
11-05-66..... Gunnison.......... W....42-7
11-18-67..... Ogden................ W....20-0
09-05-87..... Ogden................ W....40-10
09-14-96..... Ogden................ W....36-3
09-06-97..... Ogden................ W....29-13
09-02-99..... Ogden................ W....33-3
08-31-00..... Ogden................ W....44-13
09-14-02..... Ogden................ W....44-0
08-30-03..... Ogden................ W....38-13
09-03-05..... Ogden................ W....61-0
WHITWORTH
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
10-16-65..... Ogden................ W....44-13
WILLIAM & MARY
Overall: 0-1
In Williamsburg: 0-1
11-28-10..... Williamsburg...... L......0-38
WISCONSIN - OSHKOSH
Overall: 1-0
In Ogden: 1-0
09-12-70..... Ogden................ W....60-0
UTAH STATE
Overall: 13-3
In Ogden: 10-2
Overall: 1-0
In Cedar City: 3-1
In Ogden: 1-0
10-20-84..... Ogden................ W....29-10
10-10-81..... Ogden................ W....31-10
09-07-85..... Ogden................ W....62-20
09-19-87..... Ogden................ W....36-26
SACRAMENTO STATE
09-24-88..... Ogden................ W....49-30
Overall: 10-5
10-14-89..... Ogden................ W....42-7
In Ogden: 7-0
09-01-90..... Cedar City......... W....37-21
InWEBER
Sacramento: 3-5
09-07-91..... Ogden................ W....33-14
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11-09-96..... Sacramento...... W....41-31
09-12-92..... Ogden................ W....35-24
11-08-97..... Ogden................ W....52-14
10-30-93..... Ogden................ W....43-39
PUGET SOUND
10-15-94..... Cedar City......... W....20-14
09-13-97..... Ogden................ W....33-32
10-16-99..... Ogden................ L......7-39
09-01-01..... Cedar City.......... L......21-28
09-06-03..... Ogden................ W....13-3
09-04-04..... Ogden................ L......31-34
11-19-05..... Cedar City......... W....27-10
Overall: 1-11
In Ogden: 0-5
In Logan: 1-6
11-23-72..... Logan................. L......16-20
09-15-73..... Ogden................ L......3-10
11-23-74..... Logan................. L......7-20
10-18-75..... Ogden................ L......7-30
11-06-76..... Logan................. L......10-36
11-05-77..... Ogden................ L......14-23
11-11-78..... Logan................ W....44-25
11-17-79..... Ogden................ L......10-34
11-08-80..... Ogden................ L......13-50
09-19-81..... Logan................. L......18-31
09-18-82..... Logan................. L......10-31
11-17-01..... Logan................. L......43-56
WYOMING
Overall: 0-3
In Laramie: 0-3
10-20-90..... Laramie.............. L......12-21
09-11-99..... Laramie.............. L......16-41
09-05-09..... Laramie.............. L......22-29
UTEP
Overall: 0-3
In El Paso: 0-3
11-19-83..... El Paso............... L......34-40
09-10-88..... El Paso .............. L......21-48
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Los Angeles Rams
Seattle Seahawks
Los Angeles Rams
Cleveland Browns
Baltimore Ravens
Pittsburgh Steelers
San Francisco 49ers
Oakland Raiders
Dallas Cowboys
Baltimore Ravens
Miami Dolphins
Detroit Lions
Lee White
Scott Shields
*Last pick of draft (Mr. Irrelevant)
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WILDCATS IN THE
PRO RANKS
ALL-TIME CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE DRAFT PICKS
Year
Player
Round
Selection Team
1973
Terry Bolych
Ex.
---
Saskatchewan Roughriders
1974
Ken McEachern
Ex.
---
Saskatchewan Roughriders
1976
Bill Norton
Ex.
---
BC Lions
1979
Doug Battershill
Ex.
---
Calgary Stampeders
1980
Dale Getty
Ex.
---
Edmonton Eskimos
1983
Kevin Lapa
2
14
BC Lions
1985
Rick Ryan
1
7
BC Lions
1985
Wes Cooper
3
20
Calgary Stampeders
1988
Ray Goerke
8
57
Ottawa Renegades
1989
Gerald Wilcox
1
1
Ottawa Roughriders
1990
Brent Chuhaniuk
2
16
Sasatchewan Roughriders
1991
Geoff Mitchell
3
19
Ottawa Roughriders
1992
Bruce Covernton
1
1
Calgary Stampeders
1992
Tom Stackaruk
3
21
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
1992
Rob Trebilcock
5
35
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
1993
Dwight Richards
2
10
Ottawa Renegades
1994
Trevor Shaw
1
6
BC Lions
1994
Pat McNerney
2
21
Edmonton Eskimos
1994
Ken Rayner
3
26
Calgary Stampeders
1994
Obie Spanic
4
31
Ottawa Renegades
1995
Rob Hitchcock
3
17
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
1997
Ian Franklin
1
3
Edmonton Eskimos
2000
Richard Clarke
2
11
Toronto Argonauts
2003
Randy Spencer
1
8
Edmonton Eskimos
2008
Dimitri Tsoumpas
12Calgary Stampeders
2009
Eric Lee
5
36
Edmonton Eskimos
2011
Tyrell Francisco
5
36
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Bruce
Covernton
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WILDCAT
ALL-AMERICANS
The following Weber State football players were selections on the major All-America College Division Football Teams (Associated Press, United Press
International, Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News, Newspaper Enterprise Association, Time Magazine, American Football Coaches
Association, Kodak, The Sports Network, Football Gazette, Walter Camp, ESPN/Sportsticker and College Sporting News).
Year
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1976
1977
1978
1980
1981
1989
1990
1991
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
2000
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
BY YEAR
Player
Sid Otten
Bruce Handley
Ron McCall
Jim Schmeeding
Lee White
Roger Trinchero
Carter Campbell
Henry Reed
Dave Taylor
Rod Bockwoldt
Dennis Duncanson
Dennis Duncanson
Dennis Duncanson
Randy Jordan
Mike Humiston
Danny Rich
Peter Macon
Mike Babb
Brent Chuhaniuk
Jamie Martin
Trevor Shaw
Bruce Covernton
Jamie Martin
Alfred Pupunu
Geoff Mitchell
Rob Hitchcock
Pat McNerney
Rob Hitchcock
Pokey Eckford
Scott Shields
Cam Quayle
Scott Shields
Cam Quayle
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Ryan Prince
Brady Fosmark
Nick Chournos
Matt McFadden
Brady Fosmark
Joe Johnson
Paul McQuistan
Brady Fosmark
David Hale
David Hale
Bryant Eteuati
Trevyn Smith
Trevyn Smith
Tim Toone
Paul Carpenter
Beau Hadley
Cameron Higgins
Cody Nakamura
Bryce Scanlon
Kevin Linehan
Marcus Mailei
Josh Morris
Josh Morris
Kyle Mutcher
Tim Toone
Bo Bolen
J.C. Oram
Vai Tafuna
Joe Collins
Pos.
OT
OG
LB
OG
FB
LB
DT
DT
OT
QB
DB
DB
DB
WR
LB
LB
TE
DB
P
QB
TE
OT
QB
TE
RB
DB
TE
DB
WR
PK
TE
PK
TE
P/K/DB
P/K/DB
TE
DE
RB
LB
DE
K
OT
DE
OT
OT
KR
RB
RB
WR
T
S
QB
TE
DT
DE
FB
CB
CB
C
WR
FB
OG
FB
WR
Team
2nd
HM
1st
1st
1st
HM
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
HM
2nd
2nd
2nd
1st
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
2nd
3rd
3rd
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
HM
HM
2nd
2nd
3rd
3rd
3rd
3rd
3rd
HM
HM
HM
1st
1st
1st
2nd
2nd
2nd
3rd
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
Player
Mike Babb
Rod Bockwoldt
Bo Bolen
Carter Campbell
Paul Carpenter
Nick Chournos
Brent Chuhaniuk
Joe Collins
Bruce Covernton
Dennis Duncanson
Pokey Eckford
Bryant Eteuati
Brady Fosmark
Beau Hadley
David Hale
Bruce Handley
Cameron Higgins
Rob Hitchcock
Mike Humiston
Joe Johnson
Randy Jordan
Kevin Linehan
Peter Macon
Marcus Mailei
Jamie Martin
Ron McCall
Matt McFadden
Pat McNerney
Paul McQuistan
Geoff Mitchell
Josh Morris
Kyle Mutcher
Cody Nakamura
J.C. Oram
Sid Otten
Ryan Prince
Alfred Pupunu
Cam Quayle
Danny Rich
Henry Reed
Bryce Scanlon
Jim Schmeeding
Trevor Shaw
Scott Shields
Trevyn Smith
Vai Tafuna
Dave Taylor
Tim Toone
Roger Trinchero
Lee White
BY PLAYER
Year
89
76
09
69
08
03
89
10
91
76,77,78
95
07
03,04,05
08
06, 07
66
08
93, 94
80
04
78
08
89
08
90, 91
66
03
93
05
89
08, 09
09
08
10
65
00
91
96, 97
81
70
08
67
90
95,96,97
07, 08
10
71
08, 09
68
67
Pos.
DB
QB
FB
DT
T
RB
P
WR
OT
DB
WR
KR
DE
S
OT
OG
QB
DB
LB
K
WR
LB
TE
FB
QB
LB
LB
TE
OT
RB
CB
C
TE
OG
OT
TE
TE
TE
LB
DT
DT
OG
TE
PK
RB
FB
OT
WR
LB
FB
Team
2nd
2nd
2nd
1st
3rd
3rd
2nd
3rd
1st
1st, 2nd
1st, 2nd
HM
1st, 2nd
3rd
2nd
HM
3rd
2nd
1st
1st
1st
HM
1st
HM
1st
1st
3rd
2nd
1st
HM
1st, HM
1st
3rd
2nd
2nd
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
3rd
1st
2nd
1st, 2nd
HM,2nd
2nd
1st
1st, 2nd
HM
1st
81
TOTAL
OFFENSE
CAREER LEADERS
NAME
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Jamie Martin
Cameron Higgins
Jeff Carlson
Tim Bernal
Bryan Martin
Dave Stireman
Trevyn Smith
Ian Pizzaro
Cole Cooper
Morris Bledsoe
PLAYS
RUSH
PASS
1,837 8012,207
1,681
-1312,274
840 -268 6,147
1,076 -7 5,619
778
196 5,211
762 804 4,592
997
5,029
0
796
92 4,600
696
9 4,118
664 -410 4,023
YARDS
TDs
93
105
49
42
43
43
52
30
33
24
1989-92
2007-10
1984-88
1981-83
1992-95
1984-85
2006-09
2003-06
1999-00
1977-78
YARDS
TDs
YEAR
12,287
12,261
5,879
5,612
5,407
5,396
5,029
4,692
4,127
3,613
YEARS
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
1. #Cameron Higgins
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
%Jamie Martin
Dave Stireman
Jamie Martin
!Cameron Higgins
Jamie Martin
Jeff Carlson
Bryan Martin
Jeff Carlson
Tyler Gladwell
#
14 games
!12 games
PLAYS
520
591
502 508
488
549
429
439
403
412
RUSH
PASS
-77
212
512
13
-122
-72
-118
22
-150
-127
%11 games
GAME LEADERS
4,477
4,125
3,247
3,700
3,326
3,207
3,044
2,799
2,968
2,733
4,400*
4,337
3,759
3,713
3,204
3,129
2,926
2,821
2,818
2,606
38
37
33
25
30
22
21
23
26
23
2008
1991
1985
1990
2009
1992
1987
1994
1988
2001
Jamie Martin
*Big Sky single-season record
(min. 450+ yards)
NAME
PLAYS
RUSH PASS YDS TDs
OPPONENT
1. Jamie Martin
67
19 624
643
4
at Idaho State 1991
2. Bryan Martin
59
92 522
614
6
Cal Poly 1995
3. Dave Stireman
57
118 428
546
5
at Montana 1985
4. Jamie Martin
66
-8
547
539
5
Montana State 1992
5. #Brad Otton
48
-4
540
536
6
Northern Arizona 1993
6. Dave Stireman
53
69 442
511
5
at Idaho State 1985
7. Jamie Martin
53
-39 504
465
3
Montana 1990
8. Steve Buck
57 20 436
456
2 Northern Arizona 1997
9. Cameron Higgins
35
21
432
453
4
Idaho State 2007
10. Jeff Carlson
42
16 434
450
6
Southern Utah 1988
Jamie Martin
54
52 398
450
4
Idaho 1991
#NCAA Division I FCS Single Game Record for a Freshman
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OFFENSE
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
PLAYER
RUSH
PASS
TOT.
2010 Cameron Higgins 14
2,512
2,526
2009 Cameron Higgins -122
3,326
3,204
2008 Cameron Higgins -77
4,477
4,400
2007 Cameron Higgins 172
1,959
2,131
2006 Ian Pizarro
-5
1,197
1,192
2005 Ian Pizarro
56
2,357
2,413
2004 Ian Pizarro
41
1,038
1,079
2003 Nick Chournos
1,649
19
1,668
2002 Tate Bennett
-21
2,228
2,207
2001 Tyler Gladwell
-127
2,733
2,606
2000 Cole Cooper
-85
2,289
2,204
1999 Cole Cooper
94
1,829
1,923
1998 Morgan Welch
1,629
0
1,629
1997 Steve Buck
113
2,393
2,506
1996 Roger Cook
-80
3,207
3,127
1995
Bryan Martin1902,377
2,567
1994 Bryan Martin
22
2,799
2,821
1993 Brad Otton
-65
2,307
2,242
1992 Jamie Martin
-72
3,207
3,129
1991 Jamie Martin
212
4,125
4,337
1990 Jamie Martin
13
3,700
3,713
1989 Ryan Schmidt
-194
1,896
1,702
1988 Jeff Carlson
-150
2,968
2,818
1987 Jeff Carlson
-118
3,044
2,926
1986 Phil Cooper
-87
2,218
2,131
1985 Dave Stireman
512
3,247
3,759
1984 Dave Stireman
292
1,345
1,637
1983 Tim Bernal
-65
2,738
2,673
1982 Tim Bernal
91
2,431
2,522
1981 Milt Myers
6
1,911
1,917
1980 Bill Tantillo
-61
1,175
1,114
1979 Bill Kelly
-97
1,178
1,081
1978 Morris Bledsoe
-263
2,128
1,865
1977 Morris Bledsoe
-147
1,895
1,748
1976 Rod Bockwoldt
1
2,268
2,269
1975 Don Reddic
737
0
737
1974 Ross Goddard
-17
1,194
1,177
1973
Blaine Church
185686871
1972 Al Butler
545
0
545
1971 Al Butler
727
0
727
1970
Dale Mager 6156441,259
1969 Sam Gipson
987
67
1,054
1968 Paul Waite
-56
2,226
2,170
1967 Lee White
1,378
0
1,378
1966 Tim Jones
-57
1,737
1,680
1965 Tim Jones
115
848
963
1964 Ron Haun
-50
515
465
1963 Lynn Smith
81
1,185
1,266
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TOP FIVE WSU
TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES
1. *876 (102 plays)
at Idaho St. 1991
2. 828
(92 plays)
No. Arizona 1993
3. 800
(94 plays)
at Montana 1985
4. 708
(78 plays)
Portland St. 1965
708
(86 plays)
Cal Poly 1995
5. 687
(82 plays)
So. Utah 1985
687 (93 plays)
at Portland State 2007
*NCAA Division I-FCS Single Game Record
TOP FIVE LOWEST WSU
TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES
1.
52
(39 plays)
Idaho St. 1964
2.
86
(48 plays)
at Colorado State 2006
3.
92
(55 plays)
Montana St. 1984
4. 109
(72 plays)
at Brigham Young 1979
5.
(49 plays)
Montana St. 1964
110
TOP FIVE OPPONENT
TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES
1. 717
(85 plays)
2. 716
(87 plays)
at Montana 1999
Idaho 1993
3. 707
(90 plays)
at Brigham Young 1979
4. 645
(79 plays)
at No. Arizona 1996
5. 625
(71 plays)
at Idaho St. 1985
TOP FIVE LOWEST OPPONENT
TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES
1.
11 (53 plays)
2.
52
(54 plays)
Montana 1966
3.
64
(47 plays)
at Oregon Tech 1963
4.
82
(60 plays)
Parsons 1970
5.
86
(55 plays)
E. Washington 1969
6. 101
(54 plays)
Cal St.-Los Angeles 1966
Fort Lewis 2007
400-YARD INDIVIDUAL
OPPONENT GAMES
1.
491
Dave Dickenson
at Montana 1995
2.
484
DREW HUBEL
at PORT. ST. 2007
3.
478
Neil Lomax
at Portland St. 1980
4.
469
Brent Pease
Montana 1986
5.
452
Marty Mornhinweg
at Montana 1985
6.
449
Chris Vargas
at Nevada 1993
7.
430
Brad Lebo
@Montana 1991
8.
416
Grady Bennett
Montana 1990
9.
407
Ken Hobart
@Idaho 1982
83
RUSHING
CAREER LEADERS / YARDS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5. 6. 7.
8.
9. 10. 11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
NAME
Trevyn Smith
Nick Chournos
Lee White
Morgan Welch
Fine Unga
Jack Brown
Johnnie Gray III
Geoff Mitchell
Henry Owens
Sean Sanders
George Jackson
Sam Gipson
Eric Hill
Derek Poole
Vonn Robinson
Freddie Cook
Kelvin Matthews
Clemente Sainten
Don Reddic
Brian Gladwell
Al Butler
Dwight Richards
Bo Bolen
Markeith Ross
Mark Billmire
YARDS
5,029
3,593
3,062
2,637
2,298
2,189
2,167
2,078
1,739
1,705
1,680
1,671
1,566
1,564
1,454
1,449
1,432
1,416
1,333
1,323
1,272
1,225
1,146
1,113
1,097
ATTS.
997
735 648
507
406
472
442
445
298
407
376
374
421
291
382
295
316
328
299
302
199
245
241
169
230
TDs
43
30
34
24
19
25
22
31
25
36
16
17
8
10
13
17
11
15
8
2
7
12
6
12
5
YEARS
2006-09
2001-04
1965-67
1996-99
1987-88
1968-70
2000-01
1987-92
1965-67
1984-87
1987-90
1968-69
1976-79
1997-99
1992-95
1982-85
1979-82
1995-96
1974-75
1973-74
1971-72
1990-92
2009-10
1993
1975-77
SEASON LEADERS / YARDS
NAME
1.Nick Chournos
2. Morgan Welch
3.Trevyn Smith
4. Johnnie Gray III
5. Lee White
6. Trevyn Smith
7. Fine Unga
8. Geoff Mitchell
9. Trevyn Smith
10. Markeith Ross
10. Nick Chournos
11. Lee White
12. Fine Unga
13. Derek Poole
15. Trevyn Smith
YARDSG ATT. TD YEAR
1,649 12297132003
1,629
11 305 13 1998
1,585 14295212008
1,571
11 305 15 2001
1,378
10 284 9
1967
1,314
11 263 7
2007
1,266
11 233 13 1988
1,170
11 239 24 1991
1,129
11 205 8
2006
1,113
11 169 12 1993
1,052
11 258 8
2004
1,034
9
196 15 1966
1,032
11 173 6
1987
1,023
11 168 6
1998
1,001
12 234 7
2009
CAREER LEADERS / TD’S
1.
2. 3.
4.
5.
6. 8.
9.
10. NAME
Trevyn Smith
Sean Sanders
Lee White
Geoff Mitchell
Nick Chournos
Henry Owens
Jack Brown
Morgan Welch
Johnnie Gray III
Fine Unga
TDs
43
36
34
31
30
25
25
24
22
19
YEARS
2006-09
1984-87
1965-67
1987-92
2001-04
1965-67
1968-70
1996-99
2000-01
1987-88
SEASON LEADERS / TD’S
1.
2.
3.
4.
6.
9.
13.
14.
NAME
Geoff Mitchell
Trevyn Smith
Sean Sanders
Lee White
Johnnie Gray III
Nick Chournos
Morgan Welch
Fine Unga
Markeith Ross
Sean Sanders
Sam Gipson
Henry Owens
Jack Brown
George Jackson
Vai Tafuna
Dave Stireman
Lee White
TDs
24
21
20
15
15
13
13
13
12
12
12
12
11
10
10
10
10
YEAR
1991
2008
1987
1966
2001
2003
1998
1988
1993
1986
1969
1965
1970
1990
2010
1985
1965
GAME LEADERS / YARDS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
Markieth Ross
Lee White
Markeith Ross
Henry Owens
Morgan Welch
Johnnie Gray III
Nick Chournos
Nick Chournos
Markeith Ross
Trevyn Smith
YDS. ATT. TDS.
280
276
271
262
254
240
234
227
226
225
36
44
39
23
34
37
41
38
43
38
OPPONENT
3
at Nevada (1993)
3
Idaho (1967)
4
So. Utah (1993)
2 at Western St. (1965)
0
at Idaho St. (1998)
3 Sacramento St. (2001)
2 at Portland St. (2003)
7
Idaho St. (2003)
1
at Idaho St. (1993)
1 at Portland St. (2007)
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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
PLAYER
Bo Bolen
Trevyn Smith
Trevyn Smith
Trevyn Smith
Trevyn Smith
Zach Hall
Nick Chournos
Nick Chournos
Nick Chournos
Johnnie Gray III
Johnnie Gray III
Derek Poole
Morgan Welch
Derek Poole
Clemente Sainten
Clemente Sainten
Larry Rogers
Markeith Ross
Dwight Richards
Geoff Mitchell
George Jackson
George Jackson
Fine Unga
Fine Unga
Sean Sanders
Freddie Cook
Wes Cooper
Dennis Rogan
Kelvin Matthews
Kelvin Matthews
Kelvin Matthews
Eric Hill
Eric Hill
Mark Billmire
Mark Billmire
Don Reddic
Chad Drecksel
Brian Gladwell
Al Butler
Al Butler
Jack Brown
Sam Gipson
Jack Brown
Lee White
Lee White
Henry Owens
Frank Bentley
Frank Kaaa
RUSH
158
234
295
263
205
188
258
297
174
305
137
168
305
123
183
145
124
169
167
239
183
147
233
173
195
166
71
140
110
87
77
124
140
111
99
161
127
158
90
109
142
223
166
284
196
150
83
90
YARDS
704
1,001
1,585
1,314
1,129
848
1,052
1,686
874
1,571
596
1,023
1,629
541
791
625
591
1,113
781
1,170
745
773
1,266
1,032
945
893
314
613
482
474
341
440
539
567
438
737
705
752
545
727
636
987
735
1,378
1,034
929
323
433
AVG
4.6
4.3
5.4
5.0
5.5
4.5
4.1
5.6
5.0
5.2
4.4
6.1
5.3
4.4
4.3
4.3
4.8
6.6
4.7
4.9
4.1
5.3
5.4
6.0
4.9
5.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
5.4
4.4
3.5
3.9
5.1
4.4
4.6
5.6
4.7
6.1
6.7
4.5
4.6
4.4
4.8
5.3
6.2
3.9
4.8
TD
3
7
21
7
8
9
8
13
9
15
7
6
13
4
9
6
5
12
7
24
10
4
13
6
12
8
2
7
5
5
1
0
6
4
1
2
5
1
3
4
11
12
5
9
15
13
2
6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
TOP FIVE WSU RUSHING GAMES
490
460
421
413
399
70 atts
84 atts
73 atts
56 atts
74 atts
-43
-38
-36
-20
-19
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
515 504
458 437 429 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
-24
-23
-19 -2
3
3
at Cal State Northridge
at Northern Arizona
Boise State
at Northern Arizona
Northern Arizona
TOP FIVE LOWEST WSU
RUSHING GAMES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
24 atts
24 atts
20 atts
26 atts
25 atts
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
at Montana
a tColorado State
Northern Arizona
at Hawai’i
Montana State
TOP FIVE OPPONENT
RUSHING GAMES
83 atts
61 atts 70 atts
79 atts
72 atts
vs.
vs.
vs. vs. vs.
at Idaho
at Air Force
Montana State
at Montana
Nevada
1971
1972
1971
1970
1971
1989
2006
1977
2008
1976
1976
1992
1976
1970
1982
TOP FIVE LOWEST OPPONENT
RUSHING GAMES
33 atts
15 atts
35 atts
39 atts
37 atts
30 atts
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
Fort Lewis 1984
at Portland State 1966
Puget Sound 1981
Fort Lewis 2007
Montana Tech 1994
at Portland State 1996
TOP 10 INDIVIDUAL
OPPONENT GAMES
298
281
274
265
255
243
239
233
221
220
Don Hass Archie Amerson
Anthony Corley Yohance Humphrey
Ray McDonald Ryan Johnson
Ray Strong Emmett White
Mark Fredback Ray Whalen
at Montana State
at Northern Arizona
Nevada
at Montana
at Idaho
Montana State
at UNLV
at Utah State
at Idaho
Nevada
1967
1996
1982
2001
1966
2001
1977
2001
1973
1990
LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS
.
1
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
97
93
93
84
82
80
80
80
78
76
75
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
(75 Yards or more)
Chad Drecksel Eli Smith
Sam Gipson
Clemente Sainten
Derek Poole
Henry Owens Johnnie Gray
JUSTIN WHITE
Buford Wilson
Jack Brown Charlie Grayson
a tBoise State
South Dakota State
at Portland State
at No. Arizona
at Montana
at Western State
Sacramento State
at Idaho State
at Northern Arizona
Montana State
Cal State Northridge
1971
1976
1968
1996
1999
1965
2001
2008
1970
1968
1971
LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN
82 - Derek Poole @Montana / 1999
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
85
PASSING
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
NAME
Cameron Higgins
Jamie Martin
Jeff Carlson
Tim Bernal
Bryan Martin
Ian Pizarro
Dave Stireman
Roger Cook
Cole Cooper
Morris Bledsoe
Paul Waite
Rod Bockwoldt
Tate Bennett
Tyler Gladwell
Steve Buck
Tim Jones
Brad Otton
Kyle Bauer
Milt Myers
Ryan Schmidt
YARDS COMP-ATT. - INT.
12,274
935 - 1,511 - 53
12,207
934 - 1,544 - 56
6,147
384 - 723 - 33
5,619
509 - 912 - 26
5,211
365 - 605 - 14
4,600
331 - 637 - 21
4,592
299 - 566 - 22
4,451
395 - 643 - 15
4,118
311 - 549 - 22
4,023
314 - 566 - 23
3,436
251-514-29
3,422
265-499-34
3,347
269-478-19
2,963
216-389-9
2,621
166-335-9
2,585
187-334-20
2,307
183-314-10
2,000
132-286-13
1,911
177-341-14
1,896
151-295-13
PCT
.619
.605
.531
.558
.603
.520
.528
.614
.567
.555
.488
.531
.563
.555
.496
.560
.582
.462
.519
.519
TDs
98
87
47
26
37
27
31
26
33
23
28
23
25
23
20
19
15
13
17
9
YEARS
2007-10
1989-92
1985-88
1981-83
1992-95
2003-06
1984-85
1995-96
1999-00
1977-78
1967-68
1973-76
2000-03
2000-01
1997-98
1965-66
1993
2003-04
1981
1989
Cameron Higgins
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5. 6.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
Cameron Higgins
Jamie Martin
Jamie Martin
Cameron Higgins
Dave Stireman
Jamie Martin
Roger Cook
Jeff Carlson
Jeff Carlson
Bryan Martin
YARDS
4,477
4,125
3,700
3,326
3,247
3,207
3,207
3,044
2,968
2,799
GMS COMP-ATT. - INT.
14
305 - 465 - 13
11
310 - 500 - 17
11
256 - 428 - 15
12
289 - 454 - 20
11
206 - 378 - 18
11
282 - 463 - 14
11
276 - 442 - 12
11
199 - 364 - 11
11
180 - 352 - 22
11
199 - 337 - 5
GAME
LEADERS
NAME
YDS COMP.-ATT. - INT
1.
Jamie Martin
*624
47 - 62 - 2
2.
Jamie Martin
547
40 - 58 - 2
3.
Brad Otton
540
25 - 44 - 0
4.
Bryan Martin
522
29 -46 - 1
5.
Jamie Martin
504
30 - 45 - 1
6.
Dave Stireman
442
19 - 35 - 1
7.
Jamie Martin
440
33 - 51 - 2
Paul Waite
440
26 - 59 - 4
9.
Steve Buck
436
28 - 46 - 0
10.
Cameron Higgins 432
21 - 31 - 1
11.
Jeff Carlson
434
23 - 36 - 0
12.
Dave Stireman
428 26 - 44 - 1
13.
Cameron Higgins
413
27 - 37 - 1
14.
Cameron
Higgins
410
31 - 47 - 0
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
15.
Bryan Martin
401
22 - 32 - 0
*NCAA Division 1-AA Single Game Record
86
.PCT
.758
.690
.568
.630
.600
.529
.647
.441
.609
.677
.639
.591
.730
.659
.688
PCT
.656
.620
.598
.637
.545
.609
.624
.547
.511
.591
TDs
4
5
6
5
3
4
7
6
2
4
6
2
2
4
3
TDs
36
35
23
30
23
20
20
19
26
19
PSEF
166.40
147.60
143.15
138.20
137.21
127.29
132.90
136.09
133.83
144.50
YEAR
2008
1991
1990
2009
1985
1992
1996
1987
1988
1994
PSEF
OPPONENT
175.18 at Idaho St. 1991
169.74 Montana St. 1992
204.91 No. Arizona 1993
189.90
Cal Poly 1995
178.30
Montana 1990
192.37
at Idaho St. 1985
174.62
E. Wash. 1991
126.71
at Idaho 1968
154.80 No. Arizona 1997
220.93
Idaho State 2007
220.16
So. Utah 1988
151.25
at Montana 1985
179.17 No. Colorado 2008
190.33 at Portland St. 2009
204.95
Idaho St. 1994
WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM
PASSING
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
PLAYER
Cameron Higgins
Cameron Higgins
Cameron Higgins
Cameron Higgins
Ian Pizarro
Ian Pizarro
Ian Pizarro
Kyle Bauer
Tate Bennett
Tyler Gladwell
Cole Cooper
Cole Cooper
Chris Wallace
Steve Buck
Roger Cook
Bryan Martin
Bryan Martin
Brad Otton
Jamie Martin
Jamie Martin
Jamie Martin
Ryan Schmidt
Jeff Carlson
Jeff Carlson
Phil Cooper
Dave Stireman
Dave Stireman
Tim Bernal
Tim Bernal
Milt Myers
Bill Tantillo
Bill Kelly
Morris Bledsoe
Morris Bledsoe
Rod Bockwoldt
Rod Bockwoldt
Ross Goddard
Blaine Church
John Edwards
John Edwards
Dale Mager
Bob Quarry
Paul Waite
Paul Waite
Tim Jones
Tim Jones
Ron Haun
Lynn Smith
ATT
359
454
465
233
189
313
134
168
311
362
302
247
216
299
442
261
337
314
463
500
428
295
352
364
263
378
188
383
400
341
204
184
304
262
313
91
169
113
30
36
111
71
296
218
226
108
76
158
CMP
210
289
305
131
100
161
69
83
181
201
179
132
101
149
276
164
199
183
282
310
256
151
180
199
135
206
93
218
226
177
103
88
176
138
183
44
86
47
8
12
50
35
144
107
130
57
39
77
TOP FIVE WSU
PASSING GAMES
1. *624 47-62-2
2.
575 27-47-0
3.
522 29-46-1
4. 504 30-45-1
5. 502 23-34-2
INT YARDS TD
11
20
13
9
7
11
3
6
11
9
12
10
9
9
12
9
5
10
14
17
15
13
22
11
14
18
5
10
17
14
8
12
13
10
21
5
16
11
1
5
9
3
21
8
13
7
5
6
2,512
3,326
4,477
1,959
1,197
2,357
1,038
1,351
2,228
2,733
2,289
1,829
1,358
2,393
3,207
2,377
2,799
2,307
3,207
4215
3,700
1,896
2,968
3,044
2,218
3,247
1,345
2,738
2,431
1,911
1,175
1,178
2,128
1,895
2,268
668
1,194
686
246
248
644
416
2,226
1,210
1,737
848
515
1,185
15
30
36
17
7
17
3
10
16
22
20
13
4
15
20
18
19
15
20
35
23
9
26
19
14
23
8
14
12
17
4
8
14
9
17
2
5
3
1
2
6
1
21
7
11
8
3
8
1991
1993
1995
1990
1986
*NCAA Division I-AA single-game Record
1.
2.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
5.
TOP FIVE WSU
LOWEST PASSING GAMES
-8 1-11-0
0
0-2-0
0
0-3-1
0
0-3-0
5
2-5-0
538
514
492
485
482
Idaho1969
at UNLV 1971
Northern Arizona 1971
Boise State 1971
at Western State 1965
TOP FIVE OPPONENT
PASSING GAMES
43-73-1
38-48-0
29-55-1
35-56-0
28-52-2
at Portland State
at Montana
Cal Poly
at Portland State
at Brigham Young
TOP FIVE LOWEST
OPPONENT PASSING GAMES
0
0
0
0
13
0-3-0
1-7-0
0-4-0
1-5-0
4-14-0
at Texas-El Paso
Montana
Montana
Montana
Fort Lewis
1980
1995
1995
2007
1979
1983
1973
1971
1967
2007
450-YARD INDIVIDUAL
OPPONENT GAMES
1. 493 36-46-0 Dave Dickenson
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
485
474
466
460
452
451
35-56-0
32-55-1
29-53-2
41-60-0
31-52-0
37-58-5
at Montana 1995
Drew Hubel at Portland State 2007
Neil Lomax at Portland State 1980
Brad Lebo
at Montana 1991
Brent Pease Montana 1986
Travis Brown Northern Arizona 1997
Chris Vargas
at Nevada 1993
LONGEST WEBER STATE PASS PLAYS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
at Idaho State
Northern Arizona
Cal Poly
Montana
Adams State
(80 yards or more)
97 Charlie Grayson -- Rick Bojak at Boise State 1972
96 Paul Waite -- Dave MacGillivray Boise State 1968
92 Bryan Martin -- Pokey Eckford
W. Montana 1994
88 Bryan Martin -- Pokey Eckford
St. Mary’s 1995
87 Bryan Martin -- Joel Pelagio-Williams Cal Poly 1995
85 Paul Waite -- Emmett White, Sr.
at Idaho 1968
84 John Edwards -- Dan Leisure at Idaho St. 1971
81 Paul Waite -- Randy Montgomery at NAU 1968
80 Cameron Higgins -- Mike Phillips
at EWU 2009
*79 Bob Bramlett -- Tony Smith at Montana 1971
*Non-Scoring Pass
87
RECEIVING
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
17.
18.
19.
20.
NAME
Tim Toone
Wade Orton
Mike Phillips
Trevor Shaw
Peter Macon
Taurus McGhee
Pokey Eckford
Dave Hall
Justin DeFour
Craig Slama
Rick Justice
Dell Stilson
Jon Fuller
Nate Burchette
Joe Collins
Curt Miller
Bryant Eteuati
Cam Quayle
Dave MacGillivray
Ryan Nath
(Yardage)
YARDS
3,607
2,922
2,518
2,383
2,151
2,145
2,109
2,086
2,051
2,045
2,036
1,977
1,975
1,926
1,501
1,501
1,430
1,414
1,395
1,360
REC.
206
170
148
206
177
134
177
138
109
140
145
129
91
125
109
102
112
149
80
71
TDs
29*
18
19
17
15
12
12
14
17
17
13
16
16
13
10
14
10
10
9
11
YEARS 2006-09
1984-88
2006-10
1989-93
1986-89
1994-97
1992-95
1986-91
2000-03
1982-85
1986-90
1988-94
1986-91
1989-93
2008-10
1978-81
2005-08
1994-97
1967-68
2001-04
SEASON LEADERS
(Yardage)
NAME
YARDS
REC.
1. %Tim Toone
1,525
84
2.
#Craig Slama1,29077
3. #Alfred Pupunu
1,204
93
4. #Wade Orton
1,113
57
5. !Tim Toone
1,109
83
6. Dave MacGillivray 1,103
57
7. Randy Jordan
1,078
62
8. Pokey Eckford
1,074
77
9. Dell Stilson
1,064
60
10. Taurus McGhee
1,062
61
11. Peter Macon
1,047
92
12. Joe Collins
1,046
61
13. Dave Hall
1,043
73
Jon Jefferson
1,043
60
%14 Games
!12 Games
TDs
7
9
12
9
10
7
9
6
8
5
6
6
10
6
#11 Games
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
Tim Toone
88
YEAR
2008
1985
1991
1988
2009
1968
1978
1995
1994
1997
1989
2010
1991
2000
CAREER LEADERS
(Receptions: 100+)
NAME
REC.
YARDS TDs
1. Tim Toone
206
3,607
*29
Trevor Shaw
206
2,383
17
3. Peter Macon
177
2,151
15
4. Wade Orton
170
2,922
18
5. Pokey Eckford
158
2,109
12
6. Cam Quayle
149
1,414
10
7. Mike Phillips
148
2,518
19
8. Rick Justice
145
2,036
13
9. Craig Slama
140
2,045
17
10. Dave Hall
138
2,086
14
11. Taurus McGhee
134
2,145
12
12. Pat McNerney
135
1,283
8
13. Dell Stilson
129
1,977
16
14.
Justin DeFour1262,051
17
15. Nate Burchette
125
1,926
13
16. Freddie Cook
120
1,515
9
17. Trevyn Smith
118
1,349
9
18. Bryant Eteuati
112
1,430
10
19. Joe Collins
109
1,501
10
20. Damon Greenberry 106
1,357
16
21. Curt Miller
102
1,501
14
22. Alfred Pupunu
101
1,291
12
YEARS
2006-09
1989-93
1986-89
1984-88
1992-95
1994-97
2006-10
1986-90
1982-85
1986-91
1994-97
1992-94
1988-94
2000-03
1989-93
1982-85
2006-09
2005-08
2008-10
1999-01
1978-81
1990-91
SEASON
LEADERS
(Receptions)
NAME
REC.
YARDS
TDs YEAR
1. !Alfred Pupunu
93
1,204
12
1991
2. #Peter Macon
92
1,047
6
1989
3. %Tim Toone
84
1,525
7
2008
4. !Tim Toone
83
1,109
10
2009
5. Craig Slama
77
1,290
9
1985
Pokey Eckford
77
1,074
6
1995
6. Rick Justice
73
880
3
1990
Dave Hall
73
1,043
10
1991
7. Trevor Shaw
65
879
6
1990
8. Randy Jordan
62
1,078
9
1978
Cam Quayle62
6587
1996
9. Taurus McGhee
61
1,062
5
1997
10. Dell Stilson
60
1,064
8
1994
Jon Jefferson
60
1,043
6
2000
%14 Games
!12 Games
#11 Games
Trevor Shaw
WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM
RECEIVING
GAME LEADERS
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
PLAYER
Joe Collins
Tim Toone
Tim Toone
Bryant Eteuati
Marky Filipe
Lynzell Jackson
Chris McConnell
Justin DeFour
Scott Peery
Justin DeFour
Jon Jefferson
Ryan Prince
Taurus McGhee
Taurus McGhee
Taurus McGhee
Pokey Eckford
Dell Stilson
Trevor Shaw
Nate Burchette
Alfred Pupunu
Rick Justice
Peter Macon
Wade Orton
Wade Orton
Wade Orton
Craig Slama
Craig Slama
Ray McNeil
Gerald Bradley
Eric Allen
Eric Allen
Curt Miller
Randy Jordan
Tom Coleman
Tom Coleman
Rick Molina
Gary Childress
Rob Conrad
Rick Bojak
Dan Leisure
Mark Laughrey
Mark Laughrey
Dave MacGillivray
Phil Tuckett
Phil Tuckett
Henry Owens
Dennis Anderson
Lynn Corbridge
REC
61
83
84
53
44
39
33
34
46
52
60
33
29
61
55
77
60
55
47
93
73
92
57
54
57
77
53
34
27
46
28
33
62
34
42
19
34
26
7
6
31
20
57
43
52
14
17
23
YARDS
1,046
1,109
1,525
720
459
672
627
695
501
826
1,043
508
503
1,062
778
1,074
1,064
600
765
1,204
880
1,047
1,113
919
846
1,290
655
508
474
543
488
545
1,078
638
537
265
495
390
272
138
510
410
1,103
476
738
294
163
336
TD
6
10
7
4
2
5
2
9
4
4
6
1
1
5
5
6
8
4
7
12
3
6
9
4
5
9
7
0
0
5
3
6
9
2
2
1
1
4
2
2
6
4
7
4
6
4
0
2
(Yardage)
NAME
1. Joel Pelagio-Williams
2. D. MacGillivray
3. Wade Orton
4. Craig Slama
5. Wade Orton
6. Pokey Eckford
7. Jon Jefferson
8. Wade Orton
9. Wade Orton
10. Alfred Pupunu
YDS
261
234
230
224
218
213
208
207
202
200
REC. TDs
9
6
10
7
12
12
8
12
7
14
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
OPPONENT
Cal Poly 1995
Boise St. 1968
at Montana St. 1987
No. Arizona 1985
at Montana 1987
E. Washington 1995
at Idaho State 2000
at Idaho 1988
at No. Arizona 1988
Idaho 1991
GAME LEADERS
(Receptions)
1.
3.
4.
7.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
NAME
Phil Swan
Alfred Pupunu
Alfred Pupunu
Peter Macon Phil Tuckett
Dave Hall
Peter Macon
Wade Orton
Wade Orton
Trevor Shaw
Pokey Eckford
Norvel Young
Cam Quayle
252
221
213
201
198
198
REC. YDS
15
15
14
13 13
13
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
125
166
200
109
101
131
130
218
207
146
213
168
124
TDs
0
2
1
0
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
OPPONENT
Utah State
at Idaho State
Idaho
at Montana
Western State
E. Washington
Idaho
at Montana
at Idaho
McNeese State
E. Washington
at Montana
at Toledo
1980
1991
1991
1989
1967
1991
1989
1987
1988
1992
1995
1995
1996
TOP FIVE OPPONENT
RECEIVING GAMES
10 rec
11 rec
5 rec
9 rec
8 rec
9 rec
3 TDs
3 TDs
2 TDs
2 TDs
0 TDs
3 TDs
Kevin Curtis
at Utah State 2001
Tony Vallez
at Montana State 1997
Vic Wallace
at Idaho 1982
Tyrone Taylor at Sacramento St. 1996
Tim White
at Montana 1985
Marvin Turk
at Montana 1981
100 YARDS
RUSHING & RECEIVING / SAME GAME
Henry Owens vs. Portland State
Nov. 13, 1965 in Ogden, Utah
18 - 158 yds Rushing (3 TDs)
3 - 113 yds Receiving (2 TDs)
TREVYN SMITH VS. IDAHO STATE
Nov. 13, 2007 in Ogden, Utah
33 - 115 yds Rushing (3 TDs)
5 - 120 yds Receiving (2 TDs)
TREVYN SMITH at MONTANA (FCS Playoff Game)
Dec. 6, 2008 in Missoula, Montana
193 - 104 yds Rushing (1 TD)
7 - 129 yds Receiving (0 TDs)
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
89
KICKOFF
RETURNS
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
9.
10.
11.
13.
14.
NAME
*Bryant Eteuati
Wiley King
Bo Bolen
Maurice Jackson
Freddie Cook
Fine Unga
Eric Brown
Dwight Richards
Jamarcus Stewart
Clemente Sainten
Junior Crockett
Orin Trussel
Henry Owens
Randle Anderson
RETS.
100
98
74
50
49
48
48
45
43
34
33
33
32
30
YARDS AVG. RET.
2,644
26.44
2,031
20.72
1,805
24.39
947
18.94
999
20.38
967
20.14
1,078
22.46
828
18.40
868
20.18
681
20.02
919
27.85
715
21.66
783
24.47
673
22.43
*Big Sky Conference Career Leader for returns and yards
TDs
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
0
1
YEARS
2005-08
2002-05
2009-10
1987-90
1982-85
1987-88
1983-86
1989-91
1993-95
1995-96
1981-85
1973-74
1965-67
1970-71
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
10.
12.
13.
14.
15.
17.
NAME
#Bryant Eteuati
%Bo Bolen
Bo Bolen
Fine Unga
Wiley King
Greg Kramer
Maurice Jackson
Rich Blomquist
Eric Brown
Bryant Eteuati
Wiley King
Wiley King
Orin Trussel
Dwight Richards
Clemente Sainten
Eric Allen
Herb Craft
#11 Games
RETS.
43
39
35
31
29
29
29
28
28
27
27
25
24
23
21
21
20
YARDS
1,199
958
847
652
767
603
582
282
684
616
498
450
504
433
437
325
538
GAME LEADERS
NAME
RETS.
1. Bryant Eteuati
8
Wiley King
8
2. Bryant Eteuati
7
Jamaal Petersen 7
Bo Bolen
7
Maurice Jackson 7
Eric Allen
7
3. Bryant Eteuati
6
Greg Kramer
6
Eric Allen
6
Travis McLean
6
Eric Brown
6
Fine Unga
6
Maurice Jackson 6
2011
WEBER STATE
Dwight Richards 6
Jamarcus Stewart 6
90
27.88
24.56
24.20
21.03
26.45
20.79
20.06
10.07
24.43
22.81
18.44
18.00
21.00
18.83
20.81
15.48
26.90
TDs
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
YEAR
2007
2009
2010
1987
2004
1979
1989
1978
1986
2008
2005
2002
1975
1991
1996
1980
2000
%12 Games
AVG. RET.
203
0
140
0
210
0
196
0
168
0
142
0
92
0
187
1
127
0
128
0
132
0
162
0
80
0
92
0
FOOTBALL
141
0
118
0
NAME
YARDS / RET.
OPPONENT
1. Bryant Eteuati
211 / 7 at Portland State 2007
2. Bryant Eteuati
203 / 8
at Boise State 2007
3. Jamaal Petersen 196 / 7 at Portland State 2001
4. Bryant Eteuati
187 / 6
at Cal Poly 2007
5. Bo Bolen
168 / 7 at William & Mary 2009
6. Bryant Eteuati
167 / 5
Idaho State 2007
7. James McCowan 164 / 4
Western State 2003
8. Eric Brown
162 / 6
Nevada 1986
9. Herb Craft
161 / 6
Montana 2000
10.Wiley King
140 / 8 at Montana State 2002
1.100
100
100
100
5. 97
97
7. 94
94
94
11. 93
12. 91
13.*90
14.*84
Junior Crockett at Idaho State
Clemente Sainten
Western State
James McCowan
Eastern Oregon
Bryant Eteuati
Montana
Randall Anderson Drake
Sam Gipson Idaho State
Don Reddic Boise State
James McCowan
Western State
Herb Craft
Montana
Jamarcus Stewart at Louisiana-Monroe
Buford Wilson at Montana
Henry Owens at Idaho
Bryant Eteuati
at Portland State
1981
1996
2002
2006
1970
1968
1975
2003
2000
1994
1970
1966
2007
*Non-Scoring Return
LAST WEBER STATE KICKOFF
RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN
Bryant Eteuati 83-Yards at Cal Poly
September 15, 2007
YARDS TDs
(min 140 yards)
LONGEST WEBER STATE
KICKOFF RETURNS
SINGLE GAME
KICKOFF RETURN YARDS
OPPONENT
at Boise State
at Montana State
at Portland State
at Portland State
at William & Mary
Idaho Utah State at Cal Poly
Montana State at Idaho at Portland State Nevada at Marshall at Montana E. Washington at Montana YEAR
2007
2002
2007
2001
2009
1989
1980
2007
1979
1980
1986
1986
1987
1989
1991
1993
LAST OPPONENT KICKOFF
RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN
Aaron Woods Portland State
97-Yards
1:38 - 3rd Quarter
September 26, 2009 - Portland, Oregon
WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM
PUNT
RETURNS
CAREER LEADERS
NAME
*Big Sky Career Leader for returns and yards
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
12.
13.
14.
*Bryant Eteuati
Pokey Eckford
Taurus McGhee
Scott Thomas
Josh Andrews
Tim Toone
Joel Pelagio-Williams
Jim Edwards
Henry Owens
Dewey Crayton
Rich Willis
Chris Darrington
Jordan Brown
Rick Justice
RETS. YARDS
117
54
50
45
44
39
37
34
31
30
30
26
25
22
1,206
502
462
382
413
566
324
458
429
180
270
415
294
160
AVG. RET.
10.30
9.30
9.24
8.49
9.39
14.51
8.76
13.47
13.84
6.00
9.00
15.96
11.76
7.27
TDs
1.
2.
3.
5.
7.
8.
9.
12.
13.
NAME
Josh Andrews
Bryant Eteuati
Scott Thomas
Bryant Eteuati
Taurus McGhee
Bryant Eteuati
Joel Pelagio-Williams
Pokey Eckford
Pokey Eckford
Bryant Eteuati
Jordan Brown
Melvin Maxwell
Fred Safford
Randy Montgomery
Taurus McGhee
RETS. YARDS
41
36
31
31
26
26
28
25
24
24
24
21
20
20
20
389
345
193
256
196
314
233
159
310
291
279
182
123
172
240
PUNT RETURNS
(Min 70 yards)
1.
6.
11.
NAME
Josh Andrews
Taurus McGhee
Jim Edwards
Scott Thomas
Melvin Maxwell
Bryant Eteuati
Bryant Eteauti
Lyle Johnston
Joel Pelagio-Williams
Bryant Eteauti
Bryant Eteauti
Lyle Johnston
Randle Anderson
Chris Darrington
Joel Pelagio-Williams
Joel Pelagio-Williams
Pokey Eckford
Herb Craft
RETS.
8
8
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
YDs
105
44
92
105
72
97
96
71
67
98
46
38
54
142
110
64
98
102
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
1.%95- Time
AVG. RET.
9.49
9.58
6.22
8.26
7.54
12.10
8.32
6.36
12.92
12.12
11.63
8.67
6.15
8.60
12.00
GAME LEADERS
TDs
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
YEARS
(min 100 yards)
2
2005-08
Yards / Ret.
Opponent
1
1992-95 Name
0
1994-97 1. Chris Darrington 142 / 5
Idaho State 1986
0
1977-78 2. Rich Willis
114 / 3
Nevada 1986
1 1998, 2000 3. Joel Pel-Williams 110 / 5 Southern Utah 1993
3
2006-09 4. Tim Toone
109 / 2 Sacramento St. 2009
1
1992-95
5. Jim Edwards
106 / 3 E. Washington 1969
3
1969-70
6
.
Scott
Thomas
105 / 7
Idaho State 1978
1
1965-67
105 / 2
W. Montana 1994
0
2002-05 Pokey Eckford
North Texas 1970
0
1985-89 7. Randle Anderson 103 / 2
102 / 3
Montana 1965
1
1984-86 8. Henry Owens
0
2009-10
0
1986-89 LONGEST WEBER STATE
SEASON LEADERS
SINGLE GAME PUNT
RETURN YARDS
TDs
1
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
Toone
Sacramento St. 2009
- Randle Anderson
North Texas 1971
- Tim Toone
Northern Arizona 2009
- Herb Craft
Montana 2000
- Pokey Eckford
Western Montana 1994
- Chris Darrington
Idaho State 1986
- Henry Owens
Montana 1965
- Jerry Williams
Northern Arizona 1969
- Joel Pelagio-Williams Southern Utah 1992
2.94
3.90
YEAR
2.84
2000
2007 3.83
1978 4.80
2005 5.75
1996 6.*73
2006 73
1992 %Big Sky Conference Record
*Non-Scoring Return
1995
1994 2008
LAST WEBER STATE PUNT
2010
RETURNED
FOR A TOUCHDOWN
1989
Tim Toone - 90-yards
1993
vs. Northern Arizona
November 14, 2009
1968
1997
Ogden, Utah - 6:50 3rd Quarter
LAST WEBER STATE BLOCKED PUNT
RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN
OPPONENT YEAR
E. Washington 2000
Western State 1992
Idaho
1969
Idaho State
1978
S.W. Minnesota 1989
at Portland St. 2007
Fort Lewis
2007
So. Colorado 1964
McNeese State 1992
Portland State 2006
Montana State 2007
Montana State 1963
Idaho State
1971
Idaho State
1986
Southern Utah 1993
Montana Tech 1994
Montana State 1994
Montana
2000
Brady Fosmark: Blocked kick
returned 10-yards by Rodregis Smith
vs. Eastern Washington - Nov. 3, 2002
LAST OPPONENT PUNT
RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN
LaRue Burley: Southern Utah
September 10, 2006 - Ogden, Utah
78-yards
2nd Quarter
91
INTERCEPTIONS
CAREER LEADERS
NAME
1. Scott Shields
2. Dennis Duncanson
3. Orin Trussel
4. Luther White
Fredrick X
6. Mike Babb
Elbert Gray
Mike Rosky
Randle Anderson
10.Kris Jugler
Mike Nichter
Mark Hood
Junior Baker
Keenan Gordon
INTs
*23
15
14
11
11
9
9
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
YARDS
278
168
202
196
86
90
98
67
145
126
71
18
126
111
TDs
2
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
*Current Big Sky Conference Career Record
LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS
YEARS
1995-981.
1977-78 2.
1973-76 3.
1967-68 4.
1989-93 5.
1989 6.
1978-82 7.
1977-78 8.
1970-71 1981-82 9.
1979-82 10.
1991-93 1994-97
1997-00
98
*66
*64
*61
*60
*59
*54
53
53
*52
51
(50 yards or More)
Luther White
Jason Allen
Lorenzo Thompson
Gus Lawlar
Eddie Phillips
Rod Leslie
Vernell Quinn
Vernell Quinn
Brandin Williams
Scott Shields
Craig Schneider
*Non-Scoring Return
Cal State Northridge
at Montana
at Boise State
SW State ( Minn.)
Southern Colorado
Portland State
Southern Utah
Idaho
Northern Arizona
Eastern Washington
Idaho
1968
1999
1982
1983
1964
1965
1987
1987
2007
1998
1972
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
NAME
Dennis Duncanson
Scott Shields
Mike Babb
Orin Trussel
Randle Anderson
Scott Shields
Luther White
Fredrick X
Scott Shields
INTs
10
10
9
7
7
7
6
6
6
YARDS
93
101
90
130
134
100
77
21
77
TDs
1
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
YEAR
1977
1996
1989
1974
1971
1997
1967
1991
1998
GAME LEADERS
Name
INTs. YDs TDs
.Mike Babb
1
2.Dennis Duncanson
Dennis Duncanson
Craig Schneider
Fredrick X
Scott Shields
Keenan Gordon
Josh Morris
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
90
17
69
71
5
29
7
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
Opponent
at Idaho State
at Montana
Portland State
Portland State
at Montana State
at Portland State
Sacramento State
at Idaho State
1989
1977
1977
1971
1991
1996
1999
2008
Scott Shields
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
92
WEBERSTATESPORTS.COM
INTERCEPTIONS
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
PLAYER
David James
Jordan Brown
Scotty Goodloe
Josh Morris
Brndin Williams
Ty Sparrow
John Collins
James McCowan
Dewey Crayton
Dewey Crayton
Marcus Thurman
Keenan Gordon
Jason Allen
Keenan Gordon
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Sheddric Mickles
Rob Hitchcock
Nick McDaniel
Rob Hitchcock
Derrick Beatty
Fredrick X
Fredrick Smith
Mike Babb
Three-way tie
Vernell Quinn
Calvin Hampton
Renaldo Devers
Darryl Pollard
Todd Boyer
Jim Arslanian
Elbert Gray
Kris Jugler
Victor Fletcher
Sam Reeves
Mark Massey
Dennis Duncanson
Dennis Duncanson
Doug Battershill
Orin Trussell
Orin Trussell
Ralph Parish
Craig Schneider
Mike Mannott
Randle Anderson
Steve Schmitz
Jerry Williams
Wes Patterson
Luther White
John Knight
Lee Bunnell
Six-way tie
Lyle Johnston
No.
3
3
5
5
2
3
2
2
3
2
3
3
4
4
6
7
10
3
3
3
3
3
6
4
9
2
3
3
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
3
5
5
10
4
3
7
3
3
3
7
4
4
4
6
3
3
1
5
YARDS
12
65
71
0
58
68
15
58
31
23
26
55
131
21
77
100
101
39
22
2
63
39
21
48
90
-
138
46
20
50
32
27
48
53
24
0
72
75
93
12
22
130
31
92
75
134
20
21
14
77
0
12
-
51
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
LNG
12
34
41
0
53
35
12
58
31
23
15
51
66
17
52
37
35
30
15
2
38
27
16
48
35
54
24
20
26
32
27
25
43
18
0
43
41
42
3
18
42
27
51
42
47
11
14
11
21
0
-
1.
WSU INTERCEPTIONS RETURNED
FOR TOUCHDOWNS
Eddie Phillips................40-yds...........Montana State..1965
2. Luther White.................98-yds........... CS-Northridge..1968
3. Pete Nepote..................38-yds.....Northern Michigan..1969
4. Craig Schneider............51-yds......................... Idaho..1972
5. Mike Mannott................45-yds......................... Idaho..1972
6. Dennis Duncanson.......42-yds........... Portland State..1977
7. Joe Long.......................33-yds......................Nevada..1984
8. Darryl Pollard................27-yds........... Portland State..1985
9. Calvin Hampton............30-yds....... at Portland State..1986
10. Calvin Hampton............24-yds........... Southern Utah..1987
11. Vernell Quinn................53-yds......................... Idaho..1987
12. Calvin Hampton............22-yds..................at Nevada..1987
13. Vernell Quinn................31-yds..................at Nevada..1987
14. Mike Babb.....................25-yds............at Idaho State..1989
15. Austin Peters................28-yds...........Montana State..1990
16.Fredrick X....................48-yds............at No. Arizona .1990
17. Rob Hitchcock..............25-yds........... CS-Northridge..1993
18. Rob Hitchcock..............38-yds........... E. Washington..1993
19. Scott Shields.................18-yds........... Western State..1997
20. Scott Shields.................37-yds..... Sacramento State..1997
21. Keenan Gordon............35-yds....... at Portland State..1998
22. Eric Lohnes...................29-yds..... Sacramento State..2001
23. Marcus Thurman...........15-yds................Idaho State..2001
24. Matt McFadden.............30-yds.........Eastern Oregon..2002
25. Brady Fosmark.............22-yds................Idaho State..2003
26. Dewey Crayton.............21-yds................Idaho State..2003
27. Mike Stroshine..............25-yds....... at Portland State..2003
28. Brandin Williams...........53-yds....... Northern Arizona..2007
29. Scotty Goodloe.............41-yds........... Portland State..2008
LAST OPPONENT TO RETURN AN
INTERCEPTION FOR A TOUCHDOWN
B.W. WEBB: William & Mary
November 28, 2009 - Williamsburg, Virginia
58-yards
00:12 2nd Quarter
LAST WSU PLAYER TO RETURN
A FUMBLE FOR A TOUCHDOWN
KEVIN LINEHAN vs. Montana-Western
94-yards 00:01
1st Quarter
August 28, 2008 - Ogden, Utah
LAST OPPONENT TO RETURN
A FUMBLE FOR A TOUCHDOWN
ANDY SCHANTZ: Portland State
84-yards 00:03
4th Quarter
October 27, 2007 Portland, Oregon
93
ALL-PURPOSE YARDS
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
NAME
Trevyn Smith
Bryant Eteuati
Tim Toone
Nick Chournos
Freddie Cook
Fine Unga
Henry Owens
Bo Bolen
Wiley King
Lee White
Johnnie Gray III
RUSH
5,029
46
2
3,593
1,449
2,298
1,739
1,146
18
3,062
2,167
REC.
1,349
1,430
3,607
445
1,515
391
608
525
1,235
178
542
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
1.
Johnnie Gray III
2.
Trevyn Smith
3.
Bryant Eteuati
4.
Fine Unga
5.
Fine Unga
6.
Freddie Cook
7.
Nick Chournos
8.
Tim Toone
9.
Henry Owens
10.
Morgan Welch
11.
Bo Bolen
12.
Tim Toone
13.
Geoff Mitchell
14.
Trevyn Smith
RUSH
1,571
1,585
19
1,032
1,266
893
1,649
0
929
1,629
442
2
1,170
1,314
REC.
446
778
720
162
229
644
128
1,525
294
43
2669
1,190
160
204
GAME LEADERS
NAME
1.
Chris Darrington
2.
Bryant Eteuati
3.
Henry Owens
4.
Lee White
5.
Nick Chournos
6.
Bo Bolen
7.
Henry Owens
8.
Fine Unga
9.
Markeith Ross
10.
Freddie Cook
11.
Markeith Ross
RUSH
0
5
262
276
223
207
158
220
280
88
271
(MIN 3,000 yds)
RET.
42
3,850
890
123
999
974
1,212
1,805
2,041
0
401
YARDS
6,420
5,326
4,499
4,160
3,963
3,663
3,559
3,476
3,294
3,240
3,110
YEARS
2006-09
2005-08
2006-09
2001-04
1982-85
1987-88
1965-67
20092002-05
1965-67
2000-01
Trevyn Smith
(Min 1,500 yds)
RET.
369
0
1,544
652
315
274
0
220
492
0
958
447
196
0
YARDS
2,386
2,363
2,283
1,846
1,817
1,812
1,777
1,745
1,715
1,672
1,669
1,558
1,526
1,518
YEAR
2001
2008
2007
1987
1988
1985
2003
2008
1965
1997
2009
2009
1991
2007
Johnnie Gray III
(Min 275 yds)
REC.
139
28
0
25
61
43
113
4
0
188
4
RET.
228
308
75
0
12
45
22
57
0
0
0
YARDS
367
341
337
301
296
295
293
281
280
276
275
OPPONENT Idaho State at Portland State at Western State Idaho at Sacramenont St.
at No. Colorado
Portland St. Northern Arizona at Nevada at Idaho State Southern Utah YEAR
1986
2007
1965
1967
2002
2009
1965
1987
1993
1985
1993
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CAREER LEADERS
NAME
TDs
PATs
FGs
(180+ PTS)
PTS
YEARS
PTS
YEAR
1. Scott Shields
2
111*
67
325
1995-98
2.
Trevyn Smith522*03162006-09
3. Joe Johnson
0
116
46
254
2002-05
4. Greg Patterson
0
127
36
235
1986-89
5.
Sean Sanders
380 02281984-87
6.
Roger Ruzek0 83462211979-82
7.
Geoff Mitchell
351*02121987-92
8.
Lee White 342*02081965-67
9.
Tim Toone 320 01922006-09
10.
Jaime Nunez0 89341911969-71
11.
Nick Chournous
311*01882000-04
12.
Henry Owens
302*01841965-67
13. Mike Minnoch
0
79
34
181
94, 98-00
*Two-point conversion
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
TDs
PATs
FGs
Geoff Mitchell
1.
Geoff Mitchell
281*01701991
2.
Trevyn Smith280 01682008
3.
Sean Sanders
210 01261987
4. Johnnie Gray III
18
*1
0
110
2001
5.
Henry Owens
170 01021965
6.
Lee White 152*094 1966
7. Scott Shields
0
35
18
89
1996
8. Scott Shields
2
24
17
87
1997
Jon Williams
0
57
10
87
2008
10.
George Jackson
141*086 1990
11.
Fine Unga 140 084 1988
*Two-point conversion
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
NAME
*Sean Sanders
Geoff Mitchell
Henry Owens
Trevyn Smith
George Jackson
Gerald Wilcox
Eric Hill
Lee White
Markeith Ross
Tim Toone
Tim Toone
Trevyn Smith
Trevyn Smith
Vai Tafuna
TDs
6
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
PATs FGs PTS
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
*NCAA Division I FCS Playoffs - First Round, single game record
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
OPPONENT
36
*at Idaho
32 at Montana State
30
Portland State
30
Idaho State
24
Idaho State
24
Southern Utah
24
at Idaho
24
at No. Arizona
24
Southern Utah
24
Sacramento St.
24
Sacramento St.
24 Montana Western
24
E. Washington
24
Montana
1987
1991
1965
2007
1990
1988
1978
1966
1993
2009
2007
2008
2008
2010
Sean Sanders
95
SCORING
TOP WEBER STATE
SCORING GAMES
YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YEAR PLAYER
TD
FG
PAT
PTS
2010 Shaun McClain
0
15
24
69
2009 Tim Toone
12
0
0
72
2008 Trevyn Smith
28
0
0
168
2007 Tim Toone
10
0
0
60
2006
Trevyn Smith 80048
2005 Joe Johnson
0
13
32
71
2004 Joe Johnson
0
17
15
66
2003 Nick Chournos
13
0
0
78
2002 Nick Chournos
10
0
0
60
2001 Johnnie Gray
18
0
0
110
2000 Mike Minnoch
0
10
32
62
1999 Mike Minnoch
0
13
23
62
1998 Morgan Welch
13
0
0
78
1997 Scott Shields
2
17
24
87
1996 Scott Shields
0
18
35
89
1995 Scott Shields
0
16
28
76
1994
Dell Stilson 80052
1993 Markeith Ross
12
0
0
72
1992
Dwight Richards
70044
1991 Geoff Mitchell*
28
0
0
170
1990 George Jackson*
14
0
0
86
1989 Greg Patterson
0
8
19
43
1988 Fine Unga
14
0
0
84
1987 Sean Sanders
20
0
0
120
1986 Sean Sanders
13
0
0
78
1985 Freddie Cook
11
0
0
66
1984 Craig Winberg
0
10
31
61
1983 Freddie Cook
10
0
0
60
1982 Roger Ruzek
0
16
27
75
1981 Roger Ruzek
0
9
31
58
1980 Roger Ruzek
0
10
10
40
1979 Roger Ruzek
0
11
14
47
1978
Randy Jordan90054
1977 Mike Korvas
0
15
21
66
1976 Mike Korvas
0
10
23
53
1975 Dannie Marrelli
0
9
13
40
1974
Three-way tie 00036
1973
Jim Larson 70044
1972
Rick Bojak* 60038
1971 Jaime Nunez
0
19
24
81
1970 Jack Brown*
11
0
0
68
1969 Sam Gipson
12
0
0
72
1968 Sam Gipson*
10
0
0
62
1967
Lee White
90054
1966 Lee White**
15
0
0
94
1965 Henry Owens
17
0
0
102
1964
Duffy Deaver*20115
1963 Lynn Smith
6
0
19
55
* Includes two-point conversion
.
1
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
.
1
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
74-6
73-68
70-7
67-28
63-33
63-59
62-20
62-6
61-0
60-0
60-41
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
VS.
vs.
vs.
vs.
(60+ points)
Portland State at Portland State
Cal State Los Angeles Northern Arizona Idaho State Eastern Washington Southern Utah Montana - Western
Western State
Wisconsin-Oshkosh at Idaho State 1965
2007
1966
1993
1986
1991
1985
2008
2005
1970
1991
TOP FIVE OPPONENT
SCORING GAMES
22-81
30-79
0-75
73-68
37-62
63-59
45-59
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
at Montana 1999
at Idaho 1994
at Portland State 1980
at Portland State (Lost)
2007
at Northeast Louisiana 1994
Eastern Washington (Lost) 1991
at Northern Arizona
1996
POINTS SCORED
Team Season High.................49545.01991.
Team Season Low....................678.31980.
45.01991..
1980
19
Opponent
Season High...........................44140.12001.
40.12001..
20
Opponent
Season Low............................10211.31965.
11.31965..
LAST WEBER STATE SHUTOUT
23-0 at Northern Colorado
October 13, 2007 in Greeley, Colorado
(also last Big Sky game)
LAST WSU SHUTOUT AT HOME
61-0 vs. Western State
September 3, 2005
LAST OPPONENT SHUTOUT
0-38 at William & Mary
November 28, 2009
IN A BIG SKY GAME
0-34 by Idaho State
October 26, 2002 in Pocatello, Idaho
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FIELD GOALS
CAREER LEADERS
NAME
MADE
1.
2.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Scott Shields
Roger Ruzek
Joe Johnson
Greg Patterson
Jaime Nunez
Mike Minnoch
Mike Korvas
Craig Winberg
Mike Snoy
Shaun McClain
Connor Foley
Jon Williams
67
46
46
36
34
34
25
24
19
15
12
10
FGsFGs
ATT. .PCT
90
78
73 61
83
48
37
43
34
20
23
15
.744
.590
.630
.590
.410
.708
.676
.558
.559
.750
.522
.667
LONGEST FIELD GOALS
LONG YEARS
55
51
52
53
50
52
49
55
47
40
42
42
1995-98
1979-82
2002-05
1986-89
1969-71
1994, 98-00
1976-77
1983-85
2006-09
20102006-07
2008-09
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
5.
8.
10.
12.
13.
NAME
Jaime Nunez
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Joe Johnson
Roger Ruzek
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Shaun McClain
Mike Korvas
Mike Minnoch
Joe Johnson
Mike Snoy
Greg Patterson
Roger Ruzek
MADE
19
18
17
17
16
16
16
15
15
13
13
12
11
11
FGs FGs
ATT. .PCT
32
.594
24
.750
25
.680
22
.773
19
.842
18
.889
23
.696
20
.750
20
.750
17
.760
22
.590
20
.600
18
.611
19
.579
LONG
50
52
51
40
48
47
55
40
49
47
52
47
52
51
YEAR
1971
1996
1997
2004
1982
1995
1998
2010
1977
1999
2005
2009
1987
1979
1. 55 - Craig Winbergat Idaho 1984
55 - Scott Shields
E. Washington 1998
2. 53 - Greg Patterson
Nicholls State 1988
3. 52 -
No. Arizona at Idaho Boise State Montana State Western State at No. Arizona Western State
Greg Patterson
Craig Winberg
Dannie Marrelli
Mike Minnoch
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Joe Johnson
4. 51 - Roger Ruzek
Scott Shields
1987
1984
1975
1994
1996
1996
2005
at Idaho State 1981
Utah State 1979
No. Arizona 1979
Portland State 1997
5. 50 - Brent Chuhaniuk at Montana 1989
GAME LEADERS
FGsFGs
MD ATT %
LG
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
NAME
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Joe Johnson
Craig Winberg
Roger Ruzek
Scott Shields
Greg Patterson
Greg Patterson
Mike Korvas
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Joe Johnson
Joe Johnson
5
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
5
4
4
5
5
6
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1.000
1.000
1.000
.800
.800
.667
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
1.000
OPPONENT
42Northern Arizona
46
St. Mary’s
36
at Sac State
55
at Idaho
47Nevada (3 OTs)
44at Portland State
34
at Nevada
52 Northern Arizona
36 Portland State
47 at W. Michigan
38 E. Washington
52 Western State
42 Western State
51 Portland State
29 Southern Utah
42
UC Davis
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1995
2004
1984
1982
1996
1989
1987
1977
1995
1996
1996
1997
1997
2004
2004
Roger Ruzek
97
PUNTING
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
NAME
(Min 50 punts)
PUNTS
YARDS
AVG.
YEARS
54
112
129
87
157
61
*220
122
111
108
57
66
201
2,349
4,776
5,489
3,702
6,580
2,539
*8,906
4,939
4,491
4,364
2,294
2,645
7,971
43.50
42.64
42.55
42.55
41.91
41.62
40.48
40.48
40.45
40.40
40.24
40.07
39.66
1984
1985-86
1987-90
1963-65
1996-98
1975
2006-09
1967-68
1976-77
1970-71
1979
1969
2001 / 03-05
Bob Hagedorn
Russell Griffith
Brent Chuhaniuk
Lyle Johnston
Scott Shields
Dannie Marrelli
Mike Snoy
Steve Smith
Mike Korvas
Don Ritchey
Bill Kelly
John Pezeley
Wyatt Kennah
Brent Chuhaniuk
*Most Punts and Punting Yards in WSU history
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
1. Lyle Johnston
2. Brent Chuhaniuk
3. Steve Smith
4. Bob Hagedorn
5. Russell Griffith
6. Lyle Johnston
7. Scott Shields
8. Scott Shields
9. Russell Griffith
10. Mike Korvas
11. Mike Snoy
PUNTS
29
38
63
54
50
30
61
48
62
52
54
YARDS
1,340
1,682
2,783
2,340
2,158
1,282
2,597
2,043
2,618
2,193
2,276
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
Lyle Johnston
Scott Shields
Russell Griffith
Scott Shields
Russell Griffith
Wyat Kennah
Lyle Johnston
Brent Chuhaniuk
Mike Snoy
Russell Griffith
PUNTS YDS
7
5
6
5
4
5
7
4
3
5
372
265
306
252
201
251
351
200
149
247
(min 25 punts/42.00 avg.)
AVG.
46.20
44.26
44.17
43.33
43.16
42.73
42.57
42.56
42.22
42.17
42.15
YEAR
1965
1988
1967
1984
1985
1964
1998
1997
1986
1976
2007
Lyle Johnston
(Min. 3 punts)
AVG.
53.14
53.00
51.00
50.40
50.25
50.20
50.14
50.00
49.66
49.40
OPPONENT
Northern Arizona 1965
CS-Northridge 1996
at Northern Arizona 1986
Southern Utah 1997
at Idaho 1986
at Idaho State 2004
Montana State 1965
at Northern Arizona 1988
at Colorado State 2009
at Nevada 1985
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YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS
YR.
2010
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
PLAYER
David James
Josh Kealamakia
Mike Snoy
Mike Snoy
Mike Snoy
Mike Snoy
Wyatt Kennah
Wyatt Kennah
Travis Atwood
Joey Spendlove
Wyatt Kennah
Travis Atwood
Joey Spendlove
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Scott Shields
Tyler Gunderson
Bryan Martin
Roy Hudson
Roy Hudson
Roy Hudson
Brent Chuhaniuk
Brent Chuhaniuk
Brent Chuhaniuk
Dane Griffith
Dane Griffith
Dane Griffith
Bob Hagedorn
Kory Bosgieter
Kory Bosgieter
Curt Miller
Curt Miller
Bill Kelly
Curt Miller
Mike Korvas
Mike Korvas
Dannie Marrelli
Ralph Parish
Ralph Parish
Terry Bulych
Don Ritchey
Don Ritchey
John Pezeley
Steve Smith
Steve Smith
Burt Wilde
Lyle Johnston
Lyle Johnston
Lyle Johnston
No.
3
45
50
53
54
63
64
59
39
50
56
70
53
61
48
48
26
44
54
53
42
33
58
38
49
62
50
54
59
59
75
80
57
55
59
52
61
68
76
58
45
63
66
59
63
27
29
30
28
YARDS
12
1,797
2,075
2,018
2,276
2,537
2,368
2,464
1,487
1,920
2,224
2,759
2,122
2,597
2,043
1,940
1,042
1,605
2,266
2,013
1,497
1,370
2,437
1,682
1,906
2,618
2,158
2,340
2,249
2,164
3,018
3,013
2,294
2,004
2,298
2,193
2,539
2,742
2,970
2,169
1,878
2,486
2,645
2,156
2,783
1,104
1,340
1,282
1,080
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
Avg.
12
39.9
41.5
38.1
42.1
40.3
37.0
41.8
38.1
38.4
39.7
39.4
40.0
42.6
42.6
40.4
40.1
36.5
42.0
38.0
35.6
41.5
42.0
44.3
38.9
42.2
43.1
43.3
38.1
36.7
40.2
37.7
40.3
36.4
39.0
42.2
41.6
40.3
39.1
37.4
41.7
39.5
40.1
36.5
44.2
40.9
46.2
42.7
38.5
LONGEST PUNTS
1. 83 -
2. 82 -
3. 81 -
4. 76 -
5. 75 -
6. 73 -
8. 72 -
9. 71 -
11. 70 -
(Min of 70 yards)
Steve Smith
Scott Shields
Joey Spendlove
Brent Chuhaniuk
Terry Bulych
Lyle Johnston
Mike Snoy
Scott Shields
Steve Smith
Lyle Johnston
Steve Smith
at Western State 1967
Cal St.- Northridge 1996
at Cal St.-Northridge 1999
Northern Arizona 1989
Montana 1971
Northern Arizona 1965
Montana State
2006
Southern Utah 1997
Cal St.-Los Angeles 1967
Northern Arizona 1965
at Montana State 1967
99
DEFENSE
Complete defensive statistics were not kept from 1963-1976.
We apologize to those many players who played during that period who should be listed in these records
UNASSISTED
TACKLES
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10.
NAME
TACKLES
David Stroshine
215
Danny Rich
165
Matt McFadden
152
Keenan Gordon
150
Scott Shields
145
Brady Fosmark
143
Rob Hitchcock
135
Colton Swan
135
Calvin Hampton
134
Jantz Afuvai
129
YEARS
1995-98
1978-81
2000-03
1997-00
1995-98
2002-05
1992-94
1999-03
1985-88
1990-93
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
TACKLES
YEAR
Mike Powell
74
1985
David Stroshine
73
1997
Rob Hitchcock
70
1994
NICK WEBB
69
2010
Jordan Brown
67
2010
David Stroshine
67
1998
Danny Rich
65
1981
Matt McFadden
62
2001
Spencer Sigoda
60
2001
Beau Hadley
59
2008
Darion Scott
59
1990
Danny Rich
59
1980
Eric Jones 592004
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
4.
6.
TOTAL
TACKLES
CAREER LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
9.
10.
ASSISTED
TACKLES
NAME
TKLS OPP.
YEAR
Eric Jones
17 at MSU 2004
Tim Evans
15 Utah St. 1977
Matt McFadden 15 Idaho St 2001
Danny Rich
13 at Utah St. 1981
Mike Humiston 13 at Boise St.1980
Troy Juergens 12 at NAU
1990
Mike Powell
12 at Pacific 1985
Joe DiPoalo
12 Montana St.1983
Danny Rich
12 at PSU 1980
Curtis McGhan 12 at Nevada 1979
Rob Hitchtock 12 at So. Utah 1994
Weston Weaver12 So. Utah 1997
Eric Weston
12 So. Utah 1997
Dallas Drecksel 12 at St. Mary’s2003
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
NAME
TACKLES
Danny Rich
285
Joe DiPoalo
234
Matt McFadden 198
Curtis McGhan 195
Joe Long
194
Mike Powell
190
Mike McLeod
178
Mike Humiston 174
Tim Evans
174
Jantz Afuvai
174
CAREER LEADERS
YEARS
1978-81
1982-83
2000-03
1978-81
1984-87
1982-85
1977-78
1977-80
1977-78
1990-93
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
NAME
TACKLES
Joe DiPoalo
127
Marty Mendenhall 109
Joe DiPoalo
107
Danny Rich
102
Danny Rich
96
Tim Evans
89
Mike Powell
88
Curtis McGhan
86
Tim Evans
85
Joe Long
84
YEAR
1982
1983
1983
1980
1981
1978
1985
1981
1977
1986
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
5.
6.
7.
NAME
1. Danny Rich
2. David Stroshine
3. Matt McFadden
4. Joe DiPoalo
5. Mike Powell
6. Jantz Afuvai
7. Joe Long
8. Mike Humiston
9. Scott Shields
10. Curtis McGhan
NAME
TKLS OPP.
YEAR
Danny Rich
23 Nevada 1980
Joe DiPoalo
22 Boise St. 1982
Joe DiPoalo
20 MSU 1982
Joe DiPoalo
20 at UTEP 1983
Curtis McGhan 19 at MSU
1981
Danny Rich
18 NAU 1981
John Kavanaugh18 at MSU 1981
Danny Rich
17 at MSU
1981
Marty Mendenhall17 at Boise St. 1983
UN / AT
165 / 285
215 / 139
152 / 198
112 / 234
127 / 190
129 / 174
101 / 194
120 / 174
145 / 129
77 / 195
TOT. YRS.
450 78-81
354 95-98
350 00-03
346 82-83
317 82-85
303 90-93
295 84-87
294 77-80
274 95-98
272 78-81
SEASON LEADERS
NAME
UN / AT
Joe DiPoalo
57 / 127
Mike Powell
74 / 88
Joe DiPoalo
55 / 107
Danny Rich
65 / 96
Danny Rich
59 / 102
Marty Mendenhall 37 / 109
C.D. Beck
56 / 82
Matt McFadden 50 / 83
Joe Long
48 / 84
1.
2.
4.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. Tim Evans
45 / 85
TOT.YEAR
184 1982
162 1985
162 1983
161 1981
161 1980
146 1983
138 1988
133 2003
132 1986
130
1977
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
4.
5.
6.
10.
NAME
UN / AT
Danny Rich
8 / 23
Joe DiPoalo
11 / 17
Joe DiPoalo
6 / 22
Joe DiPoalo
7 / 20
Danny Rich
6 / 18
Tim Evans
15 / 8
Curtis McGhan 4 / 19
Marty Mendenhall 6 / 17
Matt McFadden 15 / 8
Danny Rich
5 / 17
Tot
Opp.
31 Nevada ‘80
28 Nevada ‘82
28 Boise St ‘83
27
MSU ‘82
24 at NAU ‘80
23 Utah St. ‘77
23 at MSU ‘81
23
BSU ‘83
23
ISU ‘01
22 at MSU ‘81
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QUARTERBACK
SACKS
CAREER LEADERS
Name
Sacks
1. Brady Fosmark 32.5
2. Jason Jensen
25
3. Kevin Linehan 22.5
4. Shane Barkdull 21.5
5. Eric Weston
19
6. David Stroshine 17
7. Obie Spanic
16
8. Robb Akey
15
Mike Lee
15
10. Pate Moleni
13.5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
8.
Name
Sacks
Eric Weston
13
Brady Fosmark 12.5
Otto Ribary
11
Kevin Linehan 10.5
Jason Jensen
10
Obie Spanic
10
Brian Edmisten 9
Kris Heindel
8
Mike Lee
8
Shane Barkdull 8
Brady Fosmark 8
Years
2002-05
1992-95
2006-09
00, 03-05
1996-97
1995-98
1991-94
1984-87
1984-87
1978-79
1.
2.
Name
Sacks
Kris Heindel
4
Otto Ribary
4
Jacob Belmont 4
Weston Weaver 4
Brian Edmisten 4
Kris Heindel
3
Robb Akey
3
Mark Russell
3
Kevin Lapa
3
Mike Humiston 3
Brady Fosmark 3
Brady Fosmark 3
Ryan Eastman 3
1.
3.
6.
7.
Year
1997
2003
1979
2008
1994
1994
1998
1990
1986
2005
2005
GAME LEADERS
FUMBLE
RECOVERIES
CAREER LEADERS
SEASON LEADERS
FORCED
FUMBLES
Opp.
Year
Idaho St.
90
Portland St. 77
MT Tech 94
at PSU
96
CS-North. 98
at Wyoming 90
Boise St.
87
at MSU
85
NAU
83
Idaho St.
78
at EWU
03
Idaho St.
03
at EWU
09
Name
Brady Fosmark
Beau Hadley
Kevin Linehan
Troy Juergens
Matt McFadden
Mike Lee
Mike Powell
Joe DiPoalo
Mike Humiston
Derrick Beatty
Jason Jensen
Weston Weaver
FF
9
8
7
7
7
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
CAREER LEADERS
Years
2002-05
2006-09
2006-09
1987-90
2000-03
1984-87
1982-85
1982-83
1977-80
1991-94
1992-95
1995-97
Name
Shane Barkdull
Dennis Duncanson
Keenan Gordon
Michael Thompson
Kevin Linehan
Charles Boughton
Tim Otton
Dave Palaniuk
Marty Mendenhall
Vic Fletcher
Curtis McGhan
Doug Battershill
FR
8
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Years
00, 03-05
1977-78
1997-00
1997-00
2006-09
2001-02
1989-92
1988-90
1982-83
1981-82
1978-81
1977-78
Name
Troy Juergens
Beau Hadley
Kevin Linehan
Mike Lee
Mike Powell
Joe DiPoalo
Mike Humiston
FF
7
5
5
4
4
4
4
SEASON LEADERS
Year
1989
2008
2008
1985
1985
1983
1978
GAME LEADERS
1.
1.
2.
5.
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
3.
Name
David Stroshine
Mike Lee
Mike Powell
Bill Grilz
Matt McFadden
Brady Fosmark
Beau Hadley
Kevin Linehan
FF
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Opp.
Year
St. Mary’s 95
atMSU
85
Montana 84
at MSU
79
Idaho St. 01
at St. Mary’s 03
at NAU 08
at NAU
08
1.
2.
Name
Shane Barkdull
Dave Palaniuk
Vic Fletcher
Dennis Duncanson
Kelly Felkins
C.D. Beck
Joe Long
Mike Lee
Marty Mendenhall
Curtis McGhan
Cam McKnight
Doug Battershill
Michael Thompson
Charles Boughton
FR
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Year
2005
1990
1982
1977
1995
1989
1986
1984
1983
1980
1978
1977
1999
2001
GAME LEADERS
1.
Name
FR
Robb Akey
2
Mike Lee
2
Vic Fletcher
2
Curtis McGhan 2
Jeff Moore
2
Mike Humiston 2
Doug Battershill2
Tim Odland
2
Opp.
Year
E. Wash. 87
MSU 84
at Boise St.82
MSU 80
at No. Iowa 80
at Idaho St.79
Utah St. 77
MT Tech 03
Brady Fosmark
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PASS
BREAK UPS
BLOCKED KICKS
CAREER LEADERS
CAREER LEADERS
Name
Breakups
1. Junior Baker
26
2. Ian Franklin
22
3. Josh Morris
19
4 Wade Davis
18
5. Terrell Cloud
16
Dewey Crayton
16
Calvin Hampton
16
7. Faron Creighton
15
Matt McFadden
15
Derrick Beatty
15
10. Scotty Goodloe
14
Jody Marshall
14
Mark Hood
14
Michael Thompson 14
Years
1994-97
1993-96
2007-09
1997-99
2004-08
2002-05
1985-88
2007-10
2000-03
1991-94
2005-08
1987-90
1991-93
1997-00
SEASON LEADERS
1.
2.
4.
Name
Breakups
Austin Peters
11
Juron Junior
10
Matt McFadden
10
Junior Baker
9
Dave Costantino
9
Scott Shields
9
Michael Thompson 9
James McCowan
9
Curlee Dorn
9
Scotty Goodloe
9
Josh Morris
9
Faron Creighton
9
Year
1989
2000
2003
1996
1991
1997
2000
2004
2005
2008
2008
2010
GAME LEADERS
1.
2.
4.
Name
PBUps
Faron Creighton 5
Mike Powell
4
Matt McFadden 4
Scott Shields
3
Austin Peters
3
Maurice Jackson 3
Jody Marshall 3
Rich Willis
3
Rich Willis
3
John Richards 3
Ray Franklin
3
Name
1. Derek Johnson
Darryl Pollard
Reid Leland
4 Ty Sparrow
Shane Barkdull
Demario Franklin
Joel Barrow
Rob Hitchcock
Cam McKnight
10. Junior Crockett
Larry Anderson
Obie Spanic
Tom Smith
Adam Casto
Wade Davis
David Stroshine
Jason Allen
Bryce Scanlon
Opp.
Year
at ISU
10
at MSU
85
So. Utah 03
at PSU
96
EWU
89
Boise St. 89
at Marshall 87
NAU
87
Montana 86
Montana 86
at NAU
78
BK
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Years
2005-08
1982-85
1988-92
2006-07
2000, 03-05
2002
94, 97-00
1992-94
1977-78
1981-84
1990-92
1991-94
1992-95
1997-98
1997-99
1995-98
1997-00
2006-08
SEASON LEADERS
1.
3.
Name
Demario Franklin
Cam McKnight
Derek Johnson
Ty Sparrow
Shane Barkdull
Jason Allen
Joel Barrow
Wade Davis
Adam Casto
David Stroshine
Tom Smith
Obie Spanic
Larry Anderson
Reid Leland
Darryl Pollard
Darryl Pollard
Junior Crockett
BKs
Year
3
2002
3
1973
2
2006
2
2006
2
2000 / 03-05
2
1999
2
1998
2
1997
2
1997
2
1997
2
1994
2
1993
2
1992
2
1989
2
1985
2
1984
2
1983
GAME LEADERS
NAME
1. Larry Anderson
BK
2
Opp.
MSU 92
PENALTIES
Season:........... 124................................... 1985
Game:............... 16....................... (Five Times)
Most Recent: ............ vs. No. Arizona in 1985.
PENALTY YARDS
Season:....... 1,064 ................................. 1997
Game:............. 174 ..... at Portland State 1970
FUMBLES
Season:............. 46................................... 1970
Game:................. 8.............Bemidji State 1978
FUMBLES LOST
Season:............. 27................................... 1971
Game:................. 5............Bemidji State 1978
5...............So. Oregon 1963
FUMBLES RECOVERED
Season:............. 30................................... 1972
Game:................. 8.............. Montana St. 1972
TOTAL TURNOVERS
Season:.......................... 48......................... 1979
.21 Fumbles / 27 Interceptions
Game:.............................. 7.... at Montana 1979
7...... at Nevada 1979
BEST RUSHING DEFENSE
Season:.................... 862 ......... 95.5 ypg - 1965
BEST PASSING DEFENSE
Season:...................... 96 ......... 88.5 ypg - 1963
BEST TOTAL DEFENSE
Season:
............ 1,790 ........ 198.8 ypg -1965
MOST CONSECUTIVE
WINS
10 - Starting with the 7th game in 1967 (19-7 @
Idaho State) and ending with the 6th game in1968
(23-16 vs. Idaho State in Ogden). ... The string was
snapped in a 42-50 loss at Idaho.
MOST CONSECUTIVE
LOSSES
9 - Starting with the last game of the 1974
season (7-20 at Utah State) and ending with the
8th game of the 1975 season 10-17 at Northridge
State). The string was broken with a 40-40 tie vs.
Idaho in Ogden.
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YEAR-BY-YEAR
ATTENDANCE AVERAGES
NO. OF
HOME GAMES
19626,712
HOME
RECORD
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
15,473
11,862
35,293
35,506
47,861
38,523
61,568
4
4
5
6
4
6
4
6
AVERAGE
ATTENDANCE
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
53,596
65,928
41,336
56,726
37,718
57,807
29,750
50,129
43,031
35,314
6
6
5
5
5
7
4
6
5
5
3-2-1
4-2
3-2
2-3
3-2
1-5-1
2-2
3-3
2-3
2-3
8,933
10,988
8,267
11,345
7,544
8,258
7,438
8,355
8,606
7,062
5-5-1
7-2-1
5-5
3-8
4-7
1-9-1
2-9
4-6
4-7
3-8
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
61,517
64,619
39,426
50,204
42,307
48,647
36,704
60,415
40,329
31,204
5
6
5
5
6
6
5
6
6
6
4-1
5-1
3-2
4-1
3-3
3-3
3-2
5-1
4-2
2-4
12,303
10,770
7,885
10,041
7,051
8,108
7,341
10,069
6,715
5,201
4-7
7-4
4-7
6-5
5-6
6-5
3-8
10-3
5-6
3-8
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
32,165
37,601
42,006
33,681
64,267
54,455
44,928
50,194
52,355
42,966
4
6
5
7
5
6
5
6
6
6
2-2
6-0
4-1
5-2
4-1
5-1
3-2
6-0
4-2
3-3
8,041
6,267
8,401
4,812
12,853
9,076
8,986
8,366
8,726
7,161
5-6
8-4
6-5
7-4
5-6
6-5
7-4
6-5
6-5
4-7
6
5
5
7
6
5
6
5
6
5
5
4-2
3-2
3-2
5-2
0-6
4-1
3-3
3-2
5-1
4-1
4-1
7,007
6,413
8,075
7,285
5,789
10,151
5,996
4,092
6,910
6,500
6,913
YEAR
TOTAL
ATTENDANCE
2000
42,043
2001
32,065
2002
40,374
2003
50,995
2004
34,735
2005
50,757
2006
35,976
2007
20,460
200841,461
200932,500
201034,564
TOTALS2,029,447
2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL
267
4-0
2-2
2-3
5-1
3-1
5-1
3-1
3-3
167-100-2
OVERALL
RECORD
1,678
3,095
2,372
5,882
8,877
7,977
9,631
10,261
7,601
5-4
6-3
2-6
8-1
6-3
6-4
7-2
6-4
7-4
3-8
3-8
8-4
1-10
6-5
4-7
5-6
10-4
7-5
6-5
257-269-3
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ELIZABETH DEE SHAW
STEWART STADIUM
STADIUM RECORDS
Located on a hillside above the city of
Ogden, and with the waters of the Great Salt
Lake shimmering in the distance, there are few Overall Record.................................................................................... 167-100-2 (.621)
stadiums anywhere that can match the natural Most Points by Weber State.........................................74 vs. Portland State / 1965
surroundings of Weber State’s Elizabeth Dee
Big Sky...................................................................... 67 vs. Northern Arizona / 1993
Shaw Stewart Stadium.
Formerly known as Wildcat Stadium, Most Points by an Opponent.............................. 59 by Eastern Washington / 1991
the name was officially changed by the WSU
Big Sky.................................................................. 59 by Eastern Washington / 1991
Board of Trustees to its present moniker on
June 11, 1997 in honor of the school’s largest Most Combined Points..... 122: Weber State: 63 Eastern Washington: 59 / 1991
benefactor. It is only one of two football
stadiums in NCAA Division I-BCS or I- Fewest Combined Points................7: Western State: 7 Weber State: 0 / 1964
FCS named after a female. The other is at Largest WSU Win Margin.................................. 68: 74-6 vs. Portland State / 1965
Marshall University. The stadium had just
one set of stands on the east hillside when Largest WSU Losing Margin............................................. 56: 0-56 vs. Idaho / 1993
the ‘Cats began play in the mid 1950s as a Most Stadium Wins in a Season............................................................ 6: (1997 6-0)
junior college. In 1966, the west stands were
added, along with expanded east-side seating, Longest Stadium Win Streak....................... 9: (All 5 games of 1991, first 4 in 1992)
bringing the capacity to its present day 17,500. Longest Stadium Losing Streak.........................................6: (all six games in 2004)
The stadium is located approximately 4,300
feet above sea level. The playing surface is
natural grass, surrounded by a 400-meter
purple track. The entire area is surrounded
by trees and shrubs giving it a “park like” ap 1. Sept
3 2005
Weber State 61 Western State
0 17,593
pearance. On September 8, 2001, the brand
Utah State
10 Weber State
3 17,312
new Sky Suites / Pressbox facility opened for 2. Sept. 15 1973
use, replacing the old two-story box built in 3. Sept. 26 1998
Weber State 27 Montana
20 16,954
1966. The new facility is six stories high with
Weber State 31 Portland State
16 16,841
26 luxury suites plus a press room area that 4. Sept. 26 1981
Montana
35 Weber State
20 16,547
holds 36 people, tripling the old press seating 5. *Oct. 24 1994
area. The $5 million project was generously 6. Sept. 23 1972
Weber State 26 Idaho
10 16,134
funded by the Stewart Education Foundation.
7. Sept. 12 1981
Weber State 42 Idaho
21 15,896
In the summer of 2011 a new synWeber State 33 Southern Utah
32 15,753
thetic turf field was installed at the Stadium, 9. Sept. 13 1997
along with a new track for the Chick Hislop 9. Oct.
15 1983
Weber State 28 Idaho
10 15,632
Track. The improvements were made pos2011 WEBER STATE FOOTBALL 10. Sept. 17 1994
Weber State 41 Montana State
13 14,746
sible thanks to a generous donation from
*Day
game
Robert and Annette Marquardt.
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STEWART STADIUM
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2011 OPPONENTS
COMPOSITE SCHEDULE
Sept. EASTERN WASHINGTON
WYOMING
WEBER STATE
7:00 pm
Sept.
Sept. 10
Texas State
4:00 pm
Sept. 17
at Bowling Green
Sept. 24
Nebraska
Oct. at Utah State
3
8
Oct. 15
*UNLV
Oct.
29
*at San Diego State
Nov. 5
MONTANA STATE
at Washington
5:00 pm
Sept. 1
at Utah
6:00 pm
Sept. 10
at South Dakota
3:00 pm
Sept. 10
UC Davis
1:00 pm
TBA
Sept. 17
*at Montana
1:00 pm
Sept. 17
Minot State
1:30 pm
5:30 pm
Sept. 24
*Montana State
5:00 pm
Sept. 24
*at Eastern Washington
5:00 pm
6:00 pm
Oct.
1
*WEBER STATE
1:30 pm
Oct.
1
*Sacramento State
1:30 pm
12:00 pm
Oct.
8:00 pm
3
8
*at Northern Arizona
4:00 pm
Oct.
8
*at Portland State
2:00 pm
Oct. 15
*Northern Colorado
5:00 pm
Oct.
15
*Northern Arizona
1:00 pm
*TCU
12:00 pm
Oct.
22
*at Sacramento State
7:00 pm
Oct.
22
*at Northern Colorado
Nov. 12
*at Air Force
12:00 pm
Oct.
29
*Portland State
2:00 pm
Oct.
29
*Idaho State
Nov. 19
*New Mexico
12:00 pm
Nov. 12
at Cal Poly
7:00 pm
Nov.
5
Nov. 26
*at Boise State
12:00 pm
Nov. 19
*at Idaho State
4:00 pm
Nov. 19
Dec. *at Colorado State
12:00 pm
* Big Sky Conference game.
3
* Mountain West Conference game.
Sept.
3
at Auburn
*AT WEBER STATE
*Montana
1:30 pm
12:00 pm
* Big Sky Conference game.
IDAHO STATE
UTAH STATE
1:30 pm
12:00 pm
NORTHERN ARIZONA
Sept. 3
at Washington State
3:00 pm
Sept.
at Arizona
7:00 pm
10:00 am
Sept. 10
Western State
4:00 pm
Sept. 10
Fort Lewis
3:00 pm
3
Sept. 10
WEBER STATE
6:00 pm
Sept. 17
*Northern Colorado
4:00 pm
Sept. 17
*at Portland State
6:00 pm
Sept. 24
Colorado State
6:00 pm
Sept. 24
*at Northern Arizona
4:00 pm
Sept. 24
*Idaho State
3:00 pm
Sept. 30
at BYU
6:00 pm
Oct.
1
*Portland State
1:30 pm
Oct.
8
*Eastern Washington
Oct. Wyoming
6:00 pm
Oct. 8
*Montana
4:00 pm
Oct.
15
*at Montana State
8
3:00 pm
12:00 pm
Oct. 15
*at Fresno State
8:00 pm
Oct.
15
*AT WEBER STATE
4:00 pm
Oct.
22
*Montana
Oct. 22
*Louisiana Tech
1:00 pm
Oct.
22
at BYU
1:00 pm
Oct.
29
*at Sacramento State
7:00 pm
Nov. *at Hawaii
10:00 pm
Oct.
29
*at Montana State
12:00 pm
Nov.
5
*Northern Colorado
3:00 pm
12
*at Sacramento State
7:00 pm
Nov.
12
*AT WEBER STATE
1:30 pm
*Eastern Washington
4:00 pm
Nov. 19
*Southern Utah
3:00 pm
5
Nov. 12
*San Jose State
1:00 pm
Nov.
Nov. 19
*at Idaho
3:00 pm
Nov. 19
Nov. 26
*Nevada
12:00 pm
Dec. *at New Mexico State
3
* Big Sky Conference game.
6:00 pm
SACRAMENTO STATE
* Big Sky Conference game.
SOUTHERN UTAH
* Western Athletic Conference game.
3:00 pm
PORTLAND STATE
Sept. 3
at South Dakota State
5:00 pm
Sept.
3
Southern Oregon
Sept. 10
Sacramento State
1:00 pm
Sept. 17
*Northern Arizona
6:00 pm
Sept. 24
*at TCU
2:00 pm
6:00 pm
at Oregon State
2:00 pm
Sept. 17
Texas-San Antonio
Sept. 10
at Southern Utah
1:00 pm
Sept. 24
at UNLV
7:00 pm
Oct.
1
*at Idaho State
1:30 pm
Sept. 17
*AT WEBER STATE
6:00 pm
Oct.
1
*North Dakota
1:00 pm
Oct.
8
*Montana State
2:00 pm
Sept. 24
*Montana
7:00 pm
Oct.
8
*at South Dakota
3:00 pm
Oct.
15
*at Montana
1:00 pm
Oct. 1
*at Montana State
1:30 pm
Oct.
15
*at Cal Poly
7:00 pm
Oct.
22
Willamette
6:00 pm
Oct.
8
*at Northern Colorado
1:30 pm
Oct.
22
AT WEBER STATE
4:00 pm
Oct.
29
*at Eastern Washington
2:00 pm
Oct.
22
*Eastern Washington
7:00 pm
Oct.
29
*UC Davis
1:00 pm
Nov.
5
*Sacramento State
2:00 pm
Oct.
29
*Northern Arizona
7:00 pm
Nov.
12
at Northern Iowa
5:00 pm
Nov.
12
Nov.
5
*at Portland State
2:00 pm
Nov.
19
at Northern Arizona
3:00 pm
Nov. 19
Nov. 12
*Idaho State
7:00 pm
* Great West Conference game.
Nov. 19
UC Davis
3:00 pm
Sept.
3
Sept.
3
Lindenwood
*WEBER STATE
12:00 pm
2:00 pm
* Big Sky Conference game.
MONTANA
* Big Sky Conference game.
Sept. 3
at Tennessee
4:00 pm
Sept. 10
Cal Poly
1:00 pm
1:30 pm
Sept. 17
*Eastern Washington
1:00 pm
12:00 pm
Sept. 24
*at Sacramento State
7:00 pm
1
*Northern Colorado
1:00 pm
NORTHERN COLORADO
*at Northern Colorado
12:00 pm
Sept. 10
at Colorado State
Sept. 17
*at Idaho State
3:30 pm
Oct.
Sept. 24
*WEBER STATE
1:30 pm
Oct.
8
*at Idaho State
4:00 pm
Oct.
1
*at Montana
1:00 pm
Oct.
15
*Portland State
1:00 pm
Oct.
8
*Sacramento State
1:30 pm
Oct.
22
*at Northern Arizona
4:00 pm
Oct. 15
*at Eastern Washington
5:00 pm
Oct.
29
*WEBER STATE
1:00 pm
Oct.
22
*Montana State
1:30 pm
Nov.
5
Western Oregon
1:00 pm
Oct.
29
North Dakota
1:30 pm
Nov.
19
*at Montana State
12:00 pm
Nov.
5
*at Northern Arizona
4:00 pm
* Big Sky Conference game.
2011
WEBER
STATE FOOTBALL
Nov. 12
*Portland State
12:00 pm
* Big Sky Conference game.
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