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2012 Washington Football Information Guide & Record Book

2012 Husky Football Quick Facts

Location ..............................................................................Seattle, Wash., 98195

Enrollment ................................................................................................... 43,307

Nickname .................................................................................................. Huskies

Colors ................................................................................................Purple & Gold

Conference ............................................................................................. Pacific-12

President ....................................................................................Michael K. Young

Director of Athletics ..................................................................Scott Woodward

Faculty Representative ...................................................... Roland “Pete” Dukes

Athletic Deparment Phone .........................................................(206) 543-2210

Ticket Office Phone ......................................................................(206) 543-2200

Stadium (Built) ...................................................................Husky Stadium (1920)

2012 Home Field (during Husky Stadium renovation) ..... CenturyLink Field (2002)

CenturyLink Capacity ................................................................................ 67,000

CenturyLink Playing Surface ................................................................ FieldTurf

Head Coach ...................................................................Steve Sarkisian (BYU ’97)

Sarkisian Career Record ............................................................. 19-19 (3 years)

Sarkisian Record at UW .............................................................. 19-19 (3 years)

2011 Record ............................................................. 7-6, 5-4 Pac-12 (3rd in North)

Letterwinners Returning/Lost ...................................................................46/21

Offensive Starters Returning ............................................................................ 5

OG Colin Tanigawa, So.; C Drew Schaefer, Sr.; OT Erik Kohler, Jr.; TE Austin

Seferian-Jenkins, So.; QB Keith Price, Jr.

Defensive Starters Returning ........................................................................... 7

DT Semisi Tokolahi, Sr.; DE Josh Shirley, So.; OLB Princeton Fuimaono, Jr.;

OLB John Timu, So.; S Justin Glenn, Sr.; S Sean Parker, Jr.; CB Desmond

Trufant, Sr.

Specialist Starters Returning ........................................................................... 0

none

Husky Football Coaching Staff

Steve Sarkisian, fourth year ...............................................................Head Coach

Dan Cozzetto, fourth year ..........................Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line

Jimmie Dougherty, fourth year..........Passing Game CoordinatorWide Receivers

Keith Heyward, first year ............................................................ Defensive Backs

Eric Kiesau, first year....................................Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks

Tosh Lupoi, first year ................Defensive Line/Defensive Run Game Coordinator

Johnny Nansen, fourth year........... Asst. Head Coach/Recruiting/Special Teams

Peter Sirmon, first year........................................................................Linebackers

Joel Thomas, fourth year..................Running Backs/Assoc. Head Coach Offense

Justin Wilcox, first year .....................................................Defensive Coordinator

Ivan Lewis, fourth year ............................... Head Strength & Conditioning Coach

Jordan Paopao, second year...................................................Graduate Assistant

Donte Williams, second year ..................................................Graduate Assistant

Eric Guttorp, first year..............................................................Graduate Assistant

Andrew Rolin, first year ..........................................................Graduate Assistant

Jared Blank, fourth year....................................... Director of Football Operations

Athletic Communications Department

(206) 543-2230 • WWW.GOHuSkIeS.COm

Jeff Bechthold, Director (football contact) ...............................bechtold@uw.edu

................................................................................................office: (206) 685-7910

Jeremy Cothran, Assistant (football contact) ............................cothranj@uw.edu

................................................................................................office: (206) 897-1743

Brian Tom, Assistant ................................................................. briantom@uw.edu

................................................................................................office: (206) 897-1742

Mike Bruscas, Assistant ......................................................... mbruscas@uw.edu

................................................................................................office: (206) 685-2331

Alyssa Olveda, Assistant ..........................................................alyssanc@uw.edu

................................................................................................office: (206) 685-3119

Table Of Contents

2012 Quick Facts .......................................................................................... 1

2012 Husky Football Roster .....................................................................2-3

Returning Player Bios ............................................................................4-26

Newcomer Bios ....................................................................................37-32

Coaching Staff Bios .............................................................................33-38

2011 Season Statistics .........................................................................39-55

2011 Game-By-Game Box Scores ......................................................56-81

UW Team Records ................................................................................83-93

UW Individual Records ......................................................................94-138

Opponent Records ............................................................................139-150

All-Time Statistical Trends .............................................................151-154

UW Award Winners .........................................................................155-164

All-Time Lettermen ...........................................................................165-171

All-Time UW Head Coaches .................................................................. 171

All-Time UW Starting Lineups .......................................................172-175

Bowl Game History ................................................................................. 175

UW In The Pro Football Draft .........................................................176-177

UW Players In Pro Football .............................................................178-179

All-Time Year-By-Year Results ......................................................181-202

All-Time Series Records .................................................................203-206

2012 Washington Football Schedule

Sept. 1 ..............SAN DIEGO STATE [Pac-12 Networks] ...........................7:30 p.m. PT

Sept. 8 ..............at LSU [ESPN] .........................................6:00 p.m. CT/4:00 p.m. PT

Sept. 15 ............PORTLAND STATE [FX] .................................................1:00 p.m. PT

Sept. 27 ............STANFORD* [ESPN] ......................................................6:00 p.m. PT

Oct. 6 ................at Oregon*................................................................................TBA

Oct. 13 ..............USC*.........................................................................................TBA

Oct. 20 ..............at Arizona* ...............................................................................TBA

Oct. 27 ..............OREGON STATE* ......................................................................TBA

Nov. 2 ...............at California* [ESPN2] ..................................................6:00 p.m. PT

Nov. 10 .............UTAH* ......................................................................................TBA

Nov. 17 .............at Colorado* .............................................................................TBA

Nov. 23 .............at Washington State* [FOX or FX] ..............................12:30 p.m. PT

2012 home games (CAPS) will be played at CenturyLink Field (downtown Seattle)

* – Pac-12 Conference Game

Home games in ALL CAPS

Remaining game times will be determined based on Pac-12 television contracts.

Always check gohuskies.com for the most up-to-date schedule.

2011 Washington Football Results

Sept. 3 ..............EASTERN WASHINGTON ................................................W, 30-27

Sept. 10 ............HAWAI’I............................................................................W, 40-32

Sept. 17 ............at Nebraska ........................................................................L, 51-38

Sept. 24 ............CALIFORNIA .....................................................................W, 31-23

Oct. 1 ................at Utah..............................................................................W, 31-14

Oct. 15 ..............COLORADO .......................................................................W, 52-24

Oct. 22 ..............at Stanford .........................................................................L, 65-21

Oct. 29 ..............ARIZONA ..........................................................................W, 42-31

Nov. 5 ...............OREGON .............................................................................L, 34-17

Nov. 12 .............at USC ................................................................................L, 40-17

Nov. 19 .............at Oregon State ..................................................................L, 38-21

Nov. 26 .............WASHINGTON STATE ......................................................W, 38-21

Dec. 29 .............vs. Baylor (Valero Alamo Bowl) ..........................................L, 67-56

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2012 WASHINGTON FOOTBALL ROSTeR NumeRICAL ROSTeR

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Exp. Hometown (High School / Last School)

48 Jonathan Amosa FB 5-11 239 Sr. # 1V Seattle, Wash. (Rainier Beach)

70 James Atoe OL 6-6 332 So. # 1V The Dalles, Ore. (The Dalles-Wahtonka)

99 Josh Banks DT 6-3 274 Jr. # JC Stockton, Calif. (St. Mary’s / San Joaquin Delta College)

9 Brandon Beaver CB 6-0 176 Fr. HS Compton, Calif. (Dominguez)

49 Zach Beebe+ S 6-1 224 So. # SQ Sultan, Wash. (Sultan)

60 Shane Brostek OL 6-3 283 Fr. HS Kamuela, Hawai’i (Hawai’i Prep)

6 Derrick Brown QB 6-3 230 Fr. # RS Winchester, Calif. (Vista Murrieta)

7 Cody Bruns WR 5-11 180 Sr. # 3V Prosser, Wash. (Prosser)

51 David Butler+ LS 5-11 205 Jr. # SQ Liberty Lake, Wash. (Central Valley)

24 Jesse Callier TB 5-10 203 Jr. 2V Downey, Calif. (Warren)

19 DiAndre Campbell WR 6-1 197 So. # 1V Oakland, Calif. (Oakland Tech)

27 William Chandler WR 6-0 192 Jr. # 2V Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline)

76 Dexter Charles OL 6-4 287 Fr. # RS Camano Island, Wash. (Stanwood)

46 Travis Coons PK 6-2 205 Jr. JC Alta Loma, Calif. (Alta Loma / Mt. San Antonio College)

32 Deontae Cooper TB 6-0 197 So. # SQ Perris, Calif. (Citrus Hill)

91 Connor Cree DE 6-4 235 Fr. # RS Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline)

11 Talia Crichton DE 6-3 252 Sr. 3V Lakewood, Calif. (Lakewood)

78 Mike Criste OL 6-5 282 So. # SQ Mission Viejo, Calif. (Mission Viejo)

74 Nathan Dean OL 6-5 274 Fr. HS Kirkland, Wash. (Juanita)

62 Ross Dolbec+ OL 6-6 296 Fr. # RS Orinda, Calif. (Miramonte)

18 Gregory Ducre CB 5-10 180 Jr. 2V Los Angeles, Calif. (Crenshaw)

46 Korey Durkee P 6-3 215 Fr. HS Gig Harbor, Wash. (Gig Harbor)

39 Ken Egu+ S 5-10 185 So. # SQ San Francisco, Calif. (De La Salle)

52 Jake Eldrenkamp OL 6-5 295 Fr. HS Medina, Wash. (Bellevue)

41 Travis Feeney S 6-4 205 Fr. # RS Richmond, Calif. (Pinole Valley)

29 Nate Fellner LB 6-1 218 Sr. 3V Fresno, Calif. (Clovis West)

95 Jarett Finau DE 6-2 260 Fr. # RS Kirkland, Wash. (Juanita)

69 Cory Fuavai OL 6-3 283 Fr. HS Auburn, Wash. (Auburn)

37 Princeton Fuimaono LB 6-1 215 Jr. 2V Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan)

53 Garret Gilliland LB 6-0 221 Jr. 2V Anaheim, Calif. (Orange Lutheran)

20 Justin Glenn S 5-11 209 Sr. # 3V Mukilteo, Wash. (Kamiak)

26 Anthony Gobern CB 5-11 192 Sr. 3V Fair Oaks, Calif. (Del Campo)

16 Marvin Hall WR 5-10 176 Fr. HS Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey)

84 Michael Hartvigson TE 6-6 250 So. # 1V Bothell, Wash. (Bothell)

72 Micah Hatchie OL 6-5 299 So. # 1V Haleiwa, Hawai’i (Waialua)

34 K.C. Herren+ S 6-0 207 So. # SQ Auburn, Wash. (Auburn)

63 Taylor Hindy OL 6-4 295 Fr. HS West Hills, Calif. (Chaminade Prep)

93 Andrew Hudson DE 6-3 240 So. # 1V Redlands, Wash. (Redlands East Valley)

80 Evan Hudson TE 6-6 256 So. # 1V Bothell, Wash. (Bothell)

52 Hau’oli Jamora DE 6-3 256 So. # 1V Laie, Hawai’i (Kahuku)

3 James Johnson WR 6-1 198 Sr. 3V Valley Center, Calif. (Valley Center)

11 Jamaal Jones WR 6-2 185 Fr. # RS Spanaway, Wash. (Graham-Kapowsin)

58 Jamaal Kearse LB 6-2 223 So. # 1V Lakewood, Wash. (Lakes)

56 Alec Kimble+ LB 6-3 227 So. # SQ Sammamish, Wash. (Eastside Catholic)

75 Erik Kohler OL 6-5 296 Jr. 2V Camarillo, Calif. (Oaks Christian)

97 Lawrence Lagafuaina DT 6-0 325 So. # 1V Aiea, Hawai’i (Aiea)

47 Scott Lawyer LB 6-2 220 Fr. # RS San Jose, Calif. (Oak Grove)

5 Jeff Lindquist QB 6-3 234 Fr. HS Mercer Island, Wash. (Mercer Island)

42 Cory Littleton LB 6-4 218 Fr. HS Spring Valley, Calif. (Mount Miguel)

27 Adam Long CB 5-10 176 Sr. # 2V Los Angeles, Calif. (St Bernard)

40 Matthew Lyons LB 6-2 206 Fr. # RS Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey)

31 Ryan McDaniel RB 6-0 225 Fr. HS Torrance, Calif. (North)

4 Jaydon Mickens WR 5-11 175 Fr. HS Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey)

10 Cyler Miles QB 6-4 218 Fr. HS Centennial, Colo. (Mullen)

1 Sean Parker S 5-10 200 Jr. 2V Los Angeles, Calif. (Narbonne)

43 Cooper Pelluer FB 6-3 230 Jr. SQ Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline)

82 Joshua Perkins HB 6-3 213 Fr. # RS Cerritos, Calif. (Gahr)

21 Marcus Peters CB 5-11 195 Fr. # RS Oakland, Calif. (McClymonds)

34 Dezden Petty TB/FB 5-11 208 Fr. # RS Carson, Calif. (Gardena)

55 Sione Potoa’e DT 6-2 280 Jr. 2V Fort Lewis, Wash. (Lakes)

17 Keith Price QB 6-1 195 Jr. # 2V Compton, Calif. (St. John Bosco)

59 Ben Riva OL 6-6 305 So. # 1V Seattle, Wash. (O’Dea)

36 Blake Rodgers LB 6-2 215 Fr. HS Coto de Caza, Calif. (Tesoro)

35 Cole Sager TB 5-10 212 Sr. 2V Burlington, Wash. (Burlington-Edison)

5 James Sample S 6-2 202 Fr. # RS Sacramento, Calif. (Grant)

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No. Name Pos.

1 Sean Parker S

2 Kasen Williams WR

3 James Johnson WR

3 Cleveland Wallace CB

4 Jaydon Mickens WR

5 Jeff Lindquist QB

5 James Sample S

6 Derrick Brown QB

6 Desmond Trufant CB

7 Cody Bruns WR

7 Shaq Thompson S

8 Kevin Smith WR

9 Brandon Beaver CB

10 Cyler Miles QB

10 John Timu LB

11 Talia Crichton DE

11 Jamaal Jones WR

12 Dwayne Washington WR

13 Will Shamburger S

14 Taz Stevenson LB

14 Thomas Vincent QB

15 Antavius Sims ATH

16 Marvin Hall WR

17 Keith Price QB

18 Gregory Ducre CB

18 Erik Wilson QB

19 DiAndre Campbell WR

20 Justin Glenn S

20 Erich Wilson II TB

21 Marcus Peters CB

22 Josh Shirley DE

23 Kendyl Taylor WR

24 Jesse Callier TB

25 Bishop Sankey TB

26 Anthony Gobern CB

26 Willis Wilson TB

27 William Chandler WR

27 Adam Long CB

28 Psalm Wooching FB

29 Nate Fellner LB

30 Evan Zeger LB

31 Ryan McDaniel RB

32 Deontae Cooper TB

32 Tre Watson CB

34 K.C. Herren S

34 Dezden Petty TB/FB

35 Cole Sager TB

35 Darien Washington DB

36 Blake Rodgers LB

37 Princeton Fuimaono LB

39 Ken Egu S

40 Matthew Lyons LB

41 Travis Feeney S

42 Cory Littleton LB

43 Cooper Pelluer FB

44 Pio Vatuvei DE

45 Corey Waller DE

46 Travis Coons PK

46 Korey Durkee P

47 Scott Lawyer LB

48 Jonathan Amosa FB

49 Zach Beebe S

50 Thomas Tutogi LB

51 David Butler LS

52 Jake Eldrenkamp OL


2012 WASHINGTON FOOTBALL ROSTeR

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Exp. Hometown (High School / Last School)

25 Bishop Sankey TB 5-10 197 So. 1V Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep)

73 Drew Schaefer C 6-4 287 Sr. # 3V Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake)

57 Drew Schultz+ DL 6-1 261 So. # SQ Olympia, Wash. (Olympia)

88 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE 6-6 258 So. 1V Fox Island, Wash. (Gig Harbor)

13 Will Shamburger S 6-0 193 Jr. # 2V Compton, Calif. (St. John Bosco)

71 Danny Shelton DT 6-1 323 So. 1V Auburn, Wash. (Auburn)

22 Josh Shirley DE 6-3 235 So. # 1V Fontana, Calif. (Kaiser)

15 Antavius Sims ATH 6-2 205 Jr. # JC Americus, Ga. (Americus-Sumter/Ventura College)

8 Kevin Smith WR 6-0 209 Jr. 2V Compton, Calif. (Centennial)

14 Taz Stevenson LB 6-1 215 Jr. 2V Mililani, Hawai’i (Mililani)

64 Colin Tanigawa OL 6-3 286 So. # 1V Pasadena, Calif. (Loyola)

23 Kendyl Taylor WR 5-10 196 Fr. HS Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton)

61 Ben Teichman+ OL 5-11 274 Fr. # RS Danville, Calif. (San Ramon Valley)

7 Shaq Thompson S 6-2 215 Fr. HS Sacramento, Calif. (Grant)

10 John Timu LB 6-1 236 So. 1V Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan)

98 Semisi Tokolahi DT 6-2 339 Sr. 3V Hilo, Hawai’i (Hilo)

6 Desmond Trufant CB 6-0 185 Sr. 3V Tacoma, Wash. (Wilson)

65 Siosifa Tufunga OL 6-2 313 Fr. # RS Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan)

90 Taniela Tupou DL 6-1 275 Fr. # RS Marysville, Wash. (Archbishop Murphy)

66 Damion Turpin DT 6-2 265 Fr. HS Compton, Calif. (Dominguez)

50 Thomas Tutogi LB 6-1 255 Jr. 1V Chula Vista, Calif. (Chula Vista/Southwestern JC)

44 Pio Vatuvei DE 6-3 272 Fr. HS Patterson, Calif. (Patterson)

14 Thomas Vincent+ QB 6-0 197 Fr. # RS Seattle, Wash. (King’s)

3 Cleveland Wallace CB 5-11 165 Fr. HS San Jose, Calif. (Oak Grove)

45 Corey Waller DE 6-0 223 Fr. # RS Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Poly)

35 Darien Washington DB 5-10 165 Fr. HS Norwalk, Calif. (Orange Lutheran)

12 Dwayne Washington WR 6-1 205 Fr. HS Lakewood, Calif. (Gahr)

32 Tre Watson+ CB 5-10 180 Jr. # RS Seattle, Wash. (Kennedy/Central Washington Univ.)

2 Kasen Williams WR 6-2 216 So. 1V Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline)

20 Erich Wilson II TB 6-1 190 Fr. HS East Palo Alto, Calif. (Serra)

18 Erik Wilson+ QB 6-0 194 Jr. # SQ Redondo Beach, Calif. (Redondo Union)

26 Willis Wilson+ TB 5-9 184 So. # SQ Lakewood, Wash. (Lakes)

28 Psalm Wooching FB 6-3.5 217 Fr. HS Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i (Kealakehe)

30 Evan Zeger LB 6-2 221 Fr. # RS Henderson, Nev. (Bishop Gorman)

+ walk-on # has utilized a redshirt season

Coaches: Steve Sarkisian (head coach), Eric Kiesau (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks), Justin Wilcox (defensive coordinator), Dan Cozzetto (offensive line/run game coordinator),

Jimmie Dougherty (passing game coordinator/wide receivers), Keith Heyward (defensive backs), Tosh Lupoi (defensive line/defensive run game coordinator), Johnny Nansen (assistant

head coach/special teams coordinator/recruiting coordinator), Peter Sirmon (linebackers), Joel Thomas (running backs/associate head coach offense), Jordan Paopao (graduate assistant),

Donte Williams (graduate assistant), Andrew Rolin (graduate assistant), Eric Guttorp (graduate assistant).

James Atoe ah-TOE-ee

Jesse Callier CAL-ee-ur

Deontae Cooper dee-AWN-tay

Talia Crichton tuh-LEE-uh CRY-tun

Mike Criste crist (rhymes with wrist)

Gregory Ducre doo-CRAY

Ken Egu EE-goo

Jarett Finau fin-OW

Princeton Fuimaono FOO-ee-mah-OH-no

Garret Gilliland GILL-uh-land

Michael Hartvigson HART-vig-sun

pRONuNCIATION GuIDe

Hau’oli Jamora ha-OH-lee juh-MORE-uh

Jamaal Kearse kurse

Erik Kohler KO-lurr

Lawrence Lagafuaina LONG-uh-foo-ah-EE-nuh

Jaydon Mickens JAY-don

Cyler Miles SIGH-ler

Cooper Pelluer puh-LURE

Dezden Petty DEZ-den

Sione Potoa’e see-OH-nee po-TOE-ah-ee

A. Seferian-Jenkins suh-FAIR-ee-un

John Timu TEE-moo

No. Name Pos.

52 Hau’oli Jamora DE

53 Garret Gilliland LB

55 Sione Potoa’e DT

56 Alec Kimble LB

57 Drew Schultz DL

58 Jamaal Kearse LB

59 Ben Riva OL

60 Shane Brostek OL

61 Ben Teichman OL

62 Ross Dolbec OL

63 Travis Hindy OL

64 Colin Tanigawa OL

65 Siosifa Tufunga OL

66 Damion Turpin DT

69 Corey Fuavai OL

70 James Atoe OL

71 Danny Shelton DT

72 Micah Hatchie OL

73 Drew Schaefer C

74 Nathan Dean OL

75 Erik Kohler OL

76 Dexter Charles OL

78 Mike Criste OL

80 Evan Hudson TE

82 Joshua Perkins HB

84 Michael Hartvigson TE

88 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE

90 Taniela Tupou DL

91 Connor Cree DE

93 Andrew Hudson DE

95 Jarett Finau DE

97 Lawrence Lagafuaina DT

98 Semisi Tokolahi DT

99 Josh Banks DT

Semisi Tokolahi suh-MEE-see toe-coe-LAH-hee

Desmond Trufant true-FONT

Siosifa Tufunga see-oh-SEE-fuh too-FOON-guh

Taniela Tupou tawn-ee-AY-luh too-POE

Thomas Tutogi too-TOE-ghee

Pio Vatuvei VAH-too-VAY

Psalm Wooching salm WOO-ching

Evan Zeger ZAY-gurr

Coaches:

Eric Keisau KEY-saw

Tosh Lupoi loo-POY

Steve Sarkisian sahr-KEE-zhun

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2012 ReTuRNeRS

#48 Jonathan Amosa

Senior • FB

Seattle, Wash.

(Rainier Beach)

season.

2011: Played in each of the first 10 games of the

season, starting three times (Hawai’i, Cal and

Utah) and then again in the Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor

... former walk-on awarded a scholarship for the

last two seasons ... scored the first UW touchdown

of the season on a seven-yard reception vs.

Eastern Washington ... moved from linebacker to

fullback at the start of the 2011 spring practice

2010: Awarded a scholarship during the 2010 fall camp ... did not see any game

action during the season.

2009: Served as a scout-team linebacker, but didn’t see any game action during

the 2009 season.

2008: Joined the team as a walkon in the fall of 2008 ... redshirted his true freshman

season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named a first-team All-Metro League running back and secondteam

All-Metro linebacker at Rainier Beach in 2007, when he teamed with classmate

and former Husky Alameda Ta’amu ... named second-team all-league at running

back as a junior ... helped team to a 7-4 record as a junior ... played football

for coach Mark Haley.

JONATHAN AMOSA’S CAREER STATISTICS

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2011 11 1 7 1 7 0.1 7.0 0.6

#70 James Atoe

Sophomore • OL

The Dalles, Ore.

(The Dalles-Wahtonka)

2011: Saw action in three games (Nebraska, Cal,

Utah), all as a part of the PAT/FG team ... also

backed up at offensive guard.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman,

redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the All-Intermountain

Conference first-team on offense and to the second team on defense ... helped

lead the Indians-Eagles to an 8-3 record as a senior ... team reached the second

round of the state 5A playoffs ... played on the offensive and defensive lines ...

honorable mention all-state on both sides of the ball ... played in the Hawai’i/

Polynesia-Mainland Bowl following senior season ... rated the No. 10 prospect in

the state of Oregon by rivals.com ... earned second-team all-league in basketball

as a junior and again as a senior ... also threw the shotput, discus and javelin ...

brother, Ryan, played football at Idaho and in NFL Europe ... played for coach Andy

Codding.

#49 Zach Beebe

Sophomore • S

Sultan, Wash.

(Sultan)

4 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK

2011: Saw first career game action in the Colorado

game.

2010: Joined the squad during the 2010 season

... did not see any game action and redshirted his

true freshman season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played quarterback, linebacker

defensive back and punter for the Turks ... first-team All-Cascade Conference at

linebacker and second-team at quarterback as a senior ... once rushed for 107

yards from the QB position against 2A power Archbishop Murphy as a senior ...

passed for 198 yards and five TDs in a win over Life Christian in 2009 ... threw

for 298 yards and four scores in a game vs. South Whidbey, a game in which he

also had nine tackles ... earned second-team all-league at QB and DB as a junior

in 2008 ... as a junior, passed for 452 yards vs. Cedarcrest ... as a sophomore, set

Sultan records for passing yards (2,154) and touchdowns (23), earning secondteam

all-league ... threw javelin for the track team, taking fifth in the state as a

senior ... also played basketball ... played football under coach Michael McMahon.

#6 Derrick Brown

RS-Freshman • QB

Winchester, Calif.

(Vista murrieta)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW ... suited up and traveled all season as a backup

quarterback, but did not see any game action.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named “All-Valley” Offensive

Player of the Year by the North County Times

for 2010 ... also named to the Riverside Press-

Enterprise’s Inland Elite all-area team as a senior

... first-team All-Southwestern League ... played on the Riverside County team

in the Inland Empire All-Star Classic following his senior year ... second-team

all-state by ESPN.com and first-team All-Inland Empire by rivals.com ... in 2010,

led the Broncos to a 13-2 overall record, a 5-0 league mark and a trip to the CIF

Southern Section Inland championship game ... passed for 1,601 yards and 19

touchdowns, and rushed for 1,037 and 19 scores in 2010 ... posted five 100-yard

rushing games, topped by a 144-yard, three-touchdown performance vs. Norco in

the playoff quarterfinals ... named the Southwestern League Offensive MVP and

Southern Section Inland Division co-Offensive MVP as a junior ... also named to

MaxPreps.com’s junior All-America team as a punter, averaging better than 45

yards per punt ... as a junior, led Vita Murrietta to a 13-1 record and a spot in the

Inland championship game ... passed for 1,886 yards and 18 scores and rushed for

913 and 15 touchdowns as a junior ... served as the Broncos’ primary quarterback

as a sophomore, helping team to a 9-3 mark and the second round of the playoffs

that year ... listed as the No. 46 quarterback recruit in the nation by scout.com ...

rated the No. 22 “dual-threat” QB in the country and the No. 55 overall prospect

in California by rivals.com ... ranked the No. 21 QB in the nation by ESPN.com ... a

PrepStar All-Region selection ... also played basketball at Vista Murrieta ... played

for coach Coley Candaele.


#7 Cody Bruns

Senior • WR

prosser, Wash.

(prosser)

2011: Redshirted the season and will return as a

fifth-year senior for 2012 ... won the team’s Bob

Jarvis Offensive Scout of the Year Award at the

team’s postseason banquet ... served as a game

captain for the Eastern Washington game.

2010: Suffered a broken clavicle in the Washington

State game ... returned to play as a holder in

the Holiday Bowl win over Nebraska ... served as the Huskies’ primary punt returner

and holder ... also a regular in the wide receiver rotation ... played in all

12 games, starting at Arizona ... caught three passes for 25 yards in the seasonopener

at BYU ... one reception each vs. USC, Oregon State, Arizona and Stanford

... catch at Arizona went for 43 yards ... also had one carry each vs. Nebraska and

ASU ... returned 16 punts on the season.

2009: Appeared in a total of eight games ... didn’t record a reception during the

season, but did complete a pass in the Huskies’ 42-10 victory over 19th-ranked

California ... in the UW’s opening drive, completed a 38-yard pass to Jermaine

Kearse, and the Huskies scored on the next play.

2008: Played in seven games: Arizona, Notre Dame, USC, Arizona State, UCLA,

Washington State and California ... a multi-dimensional player who made an impact

catching, rushing and passing the ball ... one of 12 true freshman to play in

2008 ... two catches for 19 yards vs. Arizona State, when he also completed two

passes for 35 yards, including a six-yard scoring pass to Ronnie Fouch ... one catch

for 21 yards vs. Notre Dame ... had a 12-yard run vs. UCLA ... carried the ball twice

for 24 yards at Washington State ... named the team’s offensive player of the

week after the Arizona State game ... named the offensive scout team player of

the week for the Arizona game.

HIGH SCHOOL: One of the most prolific receivers in high school history, Bruns

set numerous state records during his career ... finished career having caught 310

passes for 5,178 yards and 72 touchdowns, all state records ... had already set

the state record for receiving TDs prior to his senior season ... his receptions and

yardage totals ranked No. 2 in the nation all-time for 11-man football while his TD

total ranked third all-time ... as a senior led, the Mustangs to a 14-0 record and a

2A state championship with 90 receptions for 1,443 yards and 19 touchdowns ...

team was ranked No. 19 in the nation by maxpreps.com ... honored as the state’s

Associated Press 2A player of the year as a senior ... also a unanimous selection

on the AP’s 2A all-state first team ... named to the Seattle Times all-state team

... named a “red chip” prospect by the Seattle Times ... made the Tacoma News-

Tribune’s “Northwest Nuggets” honorable mention ... a member of the News-

Tribune’s Western 100 ... named all-West Region by PrepStar ... ranked the No.

9 recruit in the state by Superprep ... the state of Washington’s No. 14 football

recruit, according to Rivals.com ... rated the No. 7 player in Washington, the No.

38 wideout in the country and the No. 233 overall player in the nation by Scout.

com ... in a game vs. Othello, caught seven passes for 222 yards, including a 99yard

touchdown reception ... as a junior, led the nation with 109 receptions, good

for a state-record 1,891 yards and 28 touchdowns ... named Mid-Valley League

co-offensive player of the year, Seattle Times all-state first team, Associated Press

2A all-state first-team and Tri-City Herald all-area as a junior ... had four doubledigit

reception games and three 200-yard games as a junior, when the Mustangs

went 12-1 overall and 9-0 in league play ... as a sophomore in 2005, caught 98

passes for 1,647 yards and 23 scores despite sitting out two games due to injury

... Mustangs went 13-2 and 6-0 in the league his sophomore year ... also played

basketball ... played for coach Tom Moore.

CODY BRUNS’ CAREER STATISTICS

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2008 7 3 40 0 21 0.4 13.3 5.7

2009 7 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0

2010 13 7 102 0 43 0.5 14.6 7.8

TOTAL 27 10 142 0 43 0.4 14.2 5.3

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RUSHING G ATT YARDS TD LONG AVG/C AVG/G

2008 7 3 36 0 14 12.0 5.1

2009 7 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

2010 13 2 4 0 4 2.0 0.3

TOTAL 27 5 40 0 14 8.0 1.5

PASSING G C-A-INT YDS TD LONG PCT AVG/P EFFIC

2008 7 2-3-0 35 1 29 66.7 11.7 274.7

2009 7 1-1-0 38 0 38 100.0 38.0 419.2

2010 13 0-0-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TOTAL 27 3-4-0 73 1 38 75.0 18.2 310.8

PUNT RETURNS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2008 7 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

2009 7 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

2010 13 16 63 0 14 3.9 4.8

TOTAL 27 16 63 0 14 3.9 2.3

#51 David Butler

Junior • LS

Liberty Lake, Wash.

(Central Valley)

2012: Returned to the squad as a walk-on long

snapper in spring of 2012.

2009: Joined the team as a true freshman walkon

... participated on the service teams, but didn’t

see any game action and redshirted the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Listed as a quarterback and defensive

end with Central Valley in the Spokane area, helping the Bears to a 10-2

record and a state quarterfinal playoff run as a senior in 2008 … Central Valley

won a share of the Greater Spokane League title his senior season … also served

as a long snapper in high school.

#24 Jesse Callier

Junior • TB

Downey, Calif.

(Warren)

2011: Played in all 13 games ... served as the

UW’s No. 2 tailback all season ... through sophomore

year, already ranks No. 2 on the UW career

kick return yards list with 1,309 and No. 4 on the

career kick returns list with 57 ... 23.0-yard career

kick return average is No. 8 in Husky history ...

had 10 carries for 47 yards in opener vs. Eastern

Washington ... also carried the ball 10 times, for

81 yards and a touchdown, vs. Colorado ... scored a touchdown on a blocked punt

for the first score of the Apple Cup win over Washington State ... one of the UW’s

two main kick returners, with 23 returns on the season ... also a regular special

teams performer ... four carries for 44 yards vs. Washington State ... three carries

for 22 yards at Oregon State ... had two carries and a 28-yard reception in

the Alamo Bowl ... won the Apple Cup Big Play of the Game Award (for returning

blocked punt for a TD) at the team’s postseason banquet.

2010: Played in all 13 games, starting four (Oregon State, Stanford, WSU and

Holiday Bowl vs. Nebraska) as a second running back ... one of 14 true freshman

to play this season, and one of eight to start at least one game ... finished the

regular season with 433 rushing yards on 77 carries and 98 receiving yards on 18

catches ... top game was the win over UCLA, when he rushed for 107 yards on just

10 carries ... rushed for 9 yards and also threw two passes (completing one for 16

yards) in the Holiday Bowl win over Nebraska ... rushed for 57 yards on 10 carries

vs. Nebraska (regular season) ... two carries for 40 yards in the season-opener

at BYU ... eight carries for 36 yards at Arizona ... notched a season-high three

receptions in four different games ... the Huskies’ most oft-used kick returner ...

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returned 29 kicks for 671 yards ... long return of 57 yards came at California ...

returned two punts after Bruns injury in the WSU game ... also made six total

tackles on special teams with a high of two at USC ... served as a game captain

for the Arizona State game ... named the Husky Fever 12th Man of the Year at the

team’s awards banquet.

HIGH SCHOOL: Rushed for 3,010 yards and 43 touchdowns as a senior ... 3,010

yards led the state of California and were seventh-most in the nation ... rushed for

6,529 yards in three-year career at Warren ... named a first-team All-CIF Southern

Section Western Division running back in 2009 ... won the San Gabriel Valley

League title as a senior ... listed as a first-team all-state Division I player by maxpreps.com

... named the Los Angeles Wave Newspaper’s All-East Region Player

of the Year ... helped Warren to the quarterfinals of the CIF-SS Western Division

playoffs as a senior ... team finished 10-2 on the season ... rushed for 447 yards

and six touchdowns on 36 carries in a 2009 game vs. Whittier ... in a win over La

Serna, rushed for 251 yards and four TDs on only nine carries ... also played linebacker

and returned kicks and punts ... rushed for four or more touchdowns eight

times during 2009 season ... led Bears to an 8-4 record, a league title and a trip to

the sectional quarterfinals as a junior ... rushed for 2,466 yards and 30 touchdowns

as a junior ... in 2008, rushed for 330 yards and four TDs vs. Santa Monica and for

340 yards and four scores vs. Lynwood ... led team to first league title in 16 years

in 2008 ... ran for 1,053 yards as a sophomore ... named second-team all-state by

calhisports.com ... listed as the No. 66 prospect in the state by the Contra Costa

Times “Cream of the Crop” ... received votes in the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s

“Best in the West” poll ... ranked the No. 66 running back in the nation and the

No. 66 prospect in California by scout.com ... ranked the No. 12 “all-purpose back”

in the nation by rivals.com ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... also participated in

track & field ... older brother, James, played football at San Jose State ... played

for coach Chris Benadom.

JESSE CALLIER’S CAREER STATISTICS

RUSHING G ATT YARDS TD LONG AVG/C AVG/G

2010 13 77 433 0 39 5.6 33.3

2011 13 47 260 1 30 5.5 20.0

TOTAL 26 124 693 1 39 5.6 26.7

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2010 13 18 98 0 15 1.4 5.4 7.5

2011 13 7 65 0 28 0.5 9.3 5.0

TOTAL 26 25 163 0 28 1.0 6.5 6.3

KICK RETURNS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2010 13 32 733 0 57 22.9 56.4

2011 13 25 576 0 55 23.0 44.3

TOTAL 26 57 1309 0 57 23.0 50.3

#19 DiAndre Campbell

Sophomore • WR

Oakland, Calif.

(Oakland Tech)

2011: Played in all 13 games, mainly as a special

teams performer ... served as a game captain for

the Arizona game ... caught a pass for seven yards

in the season opener vs. Eastern Washington ...

also had a reception vs. Arizona.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman,

redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: A first-team All-Oakland Athletic League wide receiver and also

a second-team All-East Bay defensive back in 2009 ... led Bulldogs to a 9-3 record

as a senior ... led the Oakland Athletic League in receiving with 28 receptions

for 490 yards and 10 touchdowns (regular-season games only) ... also notched

70 tackles, three interceptions and five sacks on defense ... earned helped team

advance to the second round of the CIF Oakland Section playoffs ... played on

the East Bay all-star team in the Holiday Classic all-star game in Sacramento ...

a PrepStar all-region selection ... named to calhisports.com’s preseason All-East

Bay team prior to senior season ... a standout on the basketball team ... also participated

in track & field ... played for coach Delton Edwards.

DiANDRE CAMPBELL’S CAREER STATISTICS

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2011 12 2 8 0 7 0.2 4.0 0.7

#27 William Chandler

Junior • WR

Sammamish, Wash.

(Skyline)

6 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK

2011: Handled all of the PAT and field-goal holding

duties during the 2011 season ... former walk-on

awarded a scholarship prior to the start of the season

... earned second-team Academic All-Pac-12.

2010: Walkon saw first career action vs. Washington

State, serving as the team’s holder after an

injury to starting holder Cody Bruns.

2009: Joined the team as a true freshman walkon ... participated on the service

teams, but didn’t see any game action and redshirted the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior, named first-team All-KingCo 4A Crest Division as a

defensive back and second-team as a punter ... helped lead Skyline to a 14-0 record

and the 4A state championship as a senior in 2008 ... in the state title game,

scored the game’s first touchdown on a five-yard reception ... in a semi-final win

over Ferris, intercepted a pass in the end zone to thwart one fourth-quarter drive

and then broke up a pass on Ferris’ final drive to preserve the win ... also helped

the Spartans to a perfect 14-0 record and the state championship as a junior ...

listed as a “white chip prospect” by the Seattle Times following senior season ...

also played outfield and pitched for the baseball team ... played football under

coach Mat Taylor.

#76 Dexter Charles

RS-Freshman • OL

Camano Island, Wash.

(Stanwood)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named 4A first-team all-state

by the Associated Press in 2010 ... made Seattle

Times all-state team (all levels) after senior season

... first-team All-WesCo 4A North as a senior

... as a junior, helped Spartans to first playoff berth

since 2005 ... second-team All-WesCo 4A North offensive lineman as a junior in

2009 ... ranked the No. 41 offensive tackle prospect in the country by ESPN.com

... rated the No. 77 offensive tackle in the nation and the No. 13 overall recruit in

the state of Washington by rivals.com ... ranked the No. 102 offensive tackle in

the country by scout.com ... a PrepStar All-Region selection ... listed as a “red-chip

prospect” by the Seattle Times ... played for coach Matt Brown.


#32 Deontae Cooper

Sophomore • TB

perris, Calif.

(Citrus Hill)

2011: Sat out the 2011 season due to injury.

2010: Enrolled at the UW at the start of the winter,

2010, quarter, having graduated early from high

school ... injured knee during fall camp (2010), had

surgery and redshirted the 2010 season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Finished high school career with

7,450 rushing yards and 107 touchdowns ... 7,450 yards were second in Inland

Empire history, behind only Toby Gerhart, the 2009 Heisman Trophy runner-up ...

rushed for 2,863 yards and 34 touchdowns on 316 carries as a senior at Citrus

Hill ... named the offensive MVP of the Mountain Pass League in 2009 ... earned

Inland Empire all-area ... named first-team all-state Division II by maxpreps.com ...

helped lead Citrus Hill to a 38-1 record over his final three seasons (he also played

as a freshman), including an area-record 38-game win streak that was broken in

the Hawks’ final game of 2009 ... in a 49-36 win over San Jacinto in 2009, carried

the ball 53 times for 388 yards and four touchdowns, winning the league title that

night ... rushed for 200 or more yards in eight of 11 games as a senior ... ran for

412 yards and four scores on 59 carries in a win over Great Oak ... rushed for 236

yards and four TDs on only nine carries against rival Perris ... carried 44 times for

342 yards and three scores against Heritage ... finished his career having scored

a TD in 31 straight games ... as a junior, rushed for 2,948 yards on 275 carries

(10.6-yards per carry), with 42 touchdowns to lead the state in rushing yards ... ran

for 1,212 and 18 TDs on 102 rushes (11.8 yards per carry) as a sophomore ... helped

team to 14-0 records and section championships as both a junior and sophomore

... as a junior, rushed for over 100 yards in all 14 games and for over 200 yards

in eight games ... ran for 372 yards and four TDs in a win over Palm Desert as a

junior ... also broke the 300-yard mark with 301 yards and four scores vs. Rim of

the World ... scored at least two touchdowns in every game of his junior year, with

a high of six TDs against Beaumont ... also played defensive back for the Hawks

... named a PrepStar All-American ... listed on the calhisports.com all-state first

team ... rated the No. 28 prospect in the state by the Contra Costa Times “Cream

of the Crop” ... listed in the Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100 ... received votes

in the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” poll ... ranked as the No.

10 running back in the nation, the No. 29 player (any position) in the state of

California and the No. 154 player in the nation by rivals.com ... rated the nation’s

No. 19 running back and the No. 27 prospect in California by scout.com ... rated

the No. 189 overall prospect in the nation (all positions) by scout.com ... father

played football at San Jose State … twin brother, Deontrae, plays wide receiver

at Colorado State-Pueblo.

#91 Connor Cree

RS-Freshman • DE

Sammamish, Wash.

(Skyline)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team All-KingCo 4A

Crest Division as a defensive lineman and secondteam

as a tight end in 2010 ... missed portion of

senior season due to injury ... part of two state

championship teams as a sophomore and junior ...

helped lead Spartans to a 12-2 record and a spot in the state title game as a senior

in 2010 ... honorable mention All-KingCo as a junior ... rated the No. 56 defensive

end in the country and the No. 10 overall prospect in the state of Washington

by rivals.com ... ranked the No. 89 defensive end in the country by scout.com ...

a PrepStar All-Region selection ... listed as a “red-chip prospect” by the Seattle

Times ... an honorable mention “Northwest Nugget” from the News-Tribune ...

played for coach Mat Taylor.

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#11 Talia Crichton

Senior • DE

Lakewood, Calif.

(Lakewood)

2011: Played in 11 of 13 games and started the

first three games of the year at one defensive

end spot ... notched two tackles and also forced a

fumble in the win over Hawai’i ... also recorded a

tackle at Utah, at Stanford and vs. Baylor.

2010: Played in the first six games of the season,

starting each of those at one defense end spot before

injury kept him out of the remainder of the season ... season-high four tackles

in the opener at BYU ... three tackles, including a nine-yard sack, vs. Nebraska

... two tackles and a forced fumble in the win at USC ... 10-yard sack vs. Oregon

State.

2009: One of 10 true freshmen to see action during the 2009 season ... played in

nine of the UW’s 12 games ... started four games at one defensive end spot ...

started vs. USC, Stanford, Notre Dame and UCLA ... three tackles, including one

for a loss, at UCLA ... two tackles at Arizona State ... half a tackle for loss vs. USC.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Lancers to a 10-3 overall record his senior season ... lost

to Long Beach Poly in the semi-finals of the Southern Section Pac-5 Division playoffs

after having beaten Servite and Mission Viejo in the first two rounds tallied

11 tackles and three sacks in the semifinal game vs. Mission Viejo ... team finished

No. 22 in the final state rankings by calhisports.com ... finished the season with

92 tackles, including 18 sacks ... named the Moore League’s co-defensive lineman

of the year as a senior ... earned first-team all-state honors from calhisports.com

... also second-team all-Southern California by Golden State Sports ... ranked by

rivals.com as the No. 62 overall recruit in California and the No. 31 strongside

defensive end prospect in the nation ... named the No. 90 prospect in the state of

California by the Contra Costa Times ... ranked the No. 129 prospect in the west

by superprep.com ... as a junior, Lancers went 7-4 and made it to the playoffs ...

first-team all-league as a sophomore and junior ... lived in American Samoa until

the age of nine ... played for coach Thadd MacNeal.

TALIA CRICHTON’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2009 9 4 2 6 1.5-5 0 0 0 0

2010 6 8 4 12 3.0-26 0 1 0 0

2011 11 3 2 5 0.0-0 0 1 0 0

TOTAL 26 15 8 23 4.5-31 0 2 0 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2009 9 0 0 0.0 0

2010 6 2 0 2.0 19

2011 11 0 0 0.0 0

TOTAL 26 2 0 2.0 19

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#78 mike Criste

Sophomore • OL

mission Viejo, Calif.

(mission Viejo)

2011: Spent the season as the No. 2 center, but

did not see any game action.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman,

redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a spot on the All-CIF

Southern Section Pac-5 first team ... also a firstteam

All-South Coast League offensive tackle ... helped lead the Gauchos to a

12-1 record as a senior and to a 10-2 mark as a junior ... team won the South Coast

League title in 2009 and advanced to the semifinals of the sectional championship

... honorable mention all-league selection as a junior ... named his area’s No. 14

prospect by ocvarsity.com ... named second-team all-state by calhisports.com ...

listed on calhisports.com’s preseason All-Orange County team in 2009 ... rated the

No. 54 offensive tackle in the nation and No. 81 overall prospect in California by

rivals.com ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... also participated in track & field at

Mission Viejo ... played for coach Bob Johnson.

#62 Ross Dolbec

RS-Freshman • OL

Orinda, Calif.

(miramonte)

2011: Joined the team as an invited walk-on at

the start of fall camp in 2011 ... redshirted his true

freshman season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team all-league, All-

Metro (San Francisco Chronicle) and first-team

All-California (medium-sized schools) as a senior

at Miramonte ... helped lead Matadors to an 11-2

record and a league title as a senior ... played for coach John Wade.

#18 Gregory Ducre

Junior • CB

Los Angeles, Calif.

(Crenshaw)

2011: Played in all 13 games, starting six of the

12 at one cornerback spot ... made four tackles

and intercepted a pass at Utah ... five tackles and

a fumble recovery in the season opener vs. EWU

... six tackles and a fumble recovery the following

week vs. Hawai’i ... posted four tackles, including

a sack, and also forced a fumble in the Apple Cup

win over Washington State ... three tackles, one

for a loss, vs. Colorado ... five tackles in the win over Arizona ... three stops, half

for a loss, at Oregon State.

2010: True freshman played in all 13 games this year ... one of 14 true freshman

to play this season ... had an interception, as well as two tackles, vs. Syracuse ...

totaled 10 tackles for the season, with two each vs. Syracuse, USC and Stanford.

HIGH SCHOOL: A member of the powerful Crenshaw team that played in the CIF

Open Bowl, essentially the California state championship game ... helped Cougars

to a 14-1 overall record in 2009 ... won the Coliseum League and the CIF Los Angeles

City Section titles, beating Birmingham, Westchester, Dorsey and Narbonne

for the city title ... finished the season with 60 tackles and four interceptions ...

also played wide receiver on offense ... team went 8-4, won the league title and

advanced to the L.A. City Section semifinals in his junior season ... rated the No.

64 cornerback in the nation by rivals.com ... also a standout sprinter on the track

team ... played for coach Robert Garret.

GREGORY DUCRE’S CAREER STATISTICS

INTERCEPTIONS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2010 13 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

2011 13 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

TOTAL 26 2 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2010 13 8 2 10 0.0-0 1 0 0 0

2011 13 27 10 37 2.5-8 5 1 2 0

TOTAL 26 35 12 47 2.5-8 6 1 2 0

#42 ken egu

Sophomore • S

San Francisco, Calif.

(De La Salle)

8 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK

2011: Did not see any game action during the

2011 season.

2010: Joined the squad during the 2010 season

... did not see any game action and redshirted his

true freshman season ... also competed in sprints

for the UW track & field team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played running back and cornerback at De La Salle ... helped

team to a 13-2 overall record and a win over Crenshaw in the CIF Open Cup game

as a senior ... in his junior year, helped lead the Spartans to a 12-2 record and a

berth in the CIF Division I Championship Bowl Game ... also a standout sprinter

on the track team ... a two-time All-American in track ... set a school record in the

100 meters with a time of 10.71 ... best time in the 200 was 21.74 ... took sixth in

the 60 meters and won the 4x200m relay at the 2 at the 2009 National Scholastic

Indoor Championships in New York ... played football under coach Bob Ladouceur.

#41 Travis Feeney

RS-Freshman • S

Richmond, Calif.

(pinole Valley)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW ... won the Mark Drennan Defensive Scout

MVP award at the Huskies’ postseason awards

banquet ... served as a game captain for the Nebraska

and Oregon State games.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team All-East Bay

and first-team All-Metro (Bay Area) as a senior ...

MVP of the Alameda Contra Costa Athletic League ... also made first-team All-

NorCal by NorCalPreps.com ... led the Spartans to an 11-1-1 overall record, a 6-0

league mark and the CIF North Coast Section Division II semifinals as a senior ...

team won the ACCAL championship in 2010 as well ... helped team to a 7-3 record

and a sectional playoff berth as a junior ... the No. 3 player on the Contra Costa

Times “Cream of the Crop” list of Bay Area recruits ... also played baseball at

Pinole Valley and was selected by the Oakland A’s in the 2011 MLB Draft ... played

football under coach Steve Alameda.


#29 Nate Fellner

Senior • LB

Fresno, Calif.

(Clovis West)

2011: Played in nine of 13 games (missing those

four due to injury) and started four at one safety

spot ... posted a season-high nine tackles in the

season opener vs. Eastern Washington ... seven

tackles at Oregon State and five the next week in

the win over Washington State ... two tackles and

a key, late interception in the victory over Arizona

... made four stops in the Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor.

2010: Started all 13 games at free safety ... as of the end of the regular season,

ranked fourth (tied) in the Pac-10 in interceptions with 0.33 per game ... finished

with 79 tackles for the season and led the team with five interceptions ... had an

interception in the Holiday Bowl victory over Nebraska ... season-high 11 tackles

at both USC and California, both wins ... had interceptions vs. Oregon State,

Stanford, UCLA and Washington State ... nine tackles, one for loss, at BYU ... five

tackles and two forced fumbles in the win over Syracuse ... seven tackles and a

fumble recovery against Nebraska ... five tackles, half for a loss, vs. Stanford ...

nine tackles at Washington State.

2009: After not playing in the first three games of the season, came on to play

in the final nine ... one of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2009 ... started three

games at safety: Arizona, Oregon and Oregon State ... season-high seven tackles

vs. Oregon, when he also had a half a tackle for loss ... three tackles in the win

over Arizona ... two stops at Notre Dame .. .one tackle and a fumble recovery at

UCLA ... also had a tackle and a fumble recovery in the 42-10 win over No. 19

California ... also one tackle each vs. Arizona State, Oregon State and Washington

State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Led Golden Eagles to a 10-3 overall record and the CIF Central

Section Division I championship ... beat rivals Clovis East, 24-7, in the championship

game ... earlier handled Liberty and Bullard in the playoffs ... led the team in

tackles in each of those three playoff games ... finished the year with 105 tackles,

three forced fumbles, 12 pass breakups and an interception ... also a running back

... named to the all-Fresno team by the Fresno Bee ... also earned All-Tri-River

Athletic Conference first-team honors at safety ... earned third-team all-state by

calhisports.com, which ranked his team No. 24 in the state in its final rankings ...

listed as the No. 52 safety in the country by scout.com ... tabbed by rivals.com

as the No. 90 prospect in California and the No. 54 safety in the nation ... named

the No. 71 prospect in the state of California by the Contra Costa Times ... listed

as the No. 112 prospect in the west by superprep.com ... lost in the Central Section

championship game his junior year ... grandson of former Montana State,

Washington State and Fresno State football coach Jim Sweeney ... played under

coach Gary Kinne.

NATE FELLNER’S CAREER STATISTICS

INTERCEPTIONS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2009 9 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

2010 13 5 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

2011 9 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

TOTAL 31 6 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2009 9 14 3 17 0.5-8 0 0 2 0

2010 13 52 27 79 1.5-3 13 2 1 0

2011 9 24 10 34 0.0-0 2 0 0 0

TOTAL 31 90 40 130 2.0-11 15 2 3 0

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#95 Jarett Finau

RS-Freshman • DE

kirkland, Wash.

(Juanita)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW ... won the team’s Weight Lifting Award at the

postseason banquet.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team all-state (all

levels) by the Seattle Times following senior season

... earned Associated Press honorable mention

all-state at tight end for 2010 ... named firstteam

All-KingCo 3A/2A as an outside linebacker and second-team as a tight end

... helped Rebels to a 9-2 overall record and a 7-1 mark in KingCo play as a senior

... led team to state quarterfinals ... attended Marysville-Pilchuck prior moving

to Juanita ... made first-team All-WesCo 4A as both a defensive lineman and

tight end as a junior ... ranked the No. 39 tight end in the country by scout.com ...

rated the No. 14 overall recruit in Washington by rivals.com ... ranked the No. 25

tight end prospect in the nation by ESPN.com ... a PrepStar All-Region selection

... listed as a “red-chip prospect” by the Seattle Times ... an honorable mention

“Northwest Nugget” from the News-Tribune ... played for coach Shaun Tarantola

at Juanita.

#37 princeton Fuimaono

Junior • LB

Long Beach, Calif.

(Long Beach Jordan)

2011: Played in and started all 13 games at one

outside linebacker spot ... best game of the year

was in the Apple Cup ... notched nine total tackles,

including four tackles for loss, a sack and a

forced fumble ... season-high 12 tackles in the

game at USC ... eight tackles and a forced fumble

at Oregon State ... notched three tackles, including

a late, important sack, and also added a fumble

recovery in the win over Arizona ... six tackles, including a sack, vs. Oregon ...

six tackles, including one and a half for a loss, in the season opener vs. EWU ...

seven tackles at Utah ... had a sack at Nebraska.

2010: Played in all 13 games as a true freshman, mainly on special teams ... started

at one outside linebacker spot at Oregon ... one of 14 true freshman to play this

season, and one of eight to start at least one game ... served as a game captain for

the USC game ... had two big special-teams tackles in the Holiday Bowl win over

Nebraska ... season-high six tackles, as well as a forced fumble, at Arizona ... two

tackles in the win at Cal ... also one stop each vs. UCLA and Washington State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team All-Moore League honors at linebacker in 2009

... also saw action at running back, tight end and wide receiver ... also a firstteam

all-league selection as a junior (at linebacker) ... helped lead Panthers to

CIF-Southern Section Pac-5 playoffs in 2008 ... teamed with fellow Husky LB John

Timu at Jordan ... rated the No. 50 middle linebacker prospect in the country by

scout.com ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... played under coach Scott Meyer.

PRINCETON FUIMAONO’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2010 13 7 5 12 0.0-0 0 1 0 0

2011 13 35 29 64 8.5-40 2 2 1 0

TOTAL 26 42 34 76 8.5-40 2 3 1 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2010 13 0 0 0.0 0

2011 13 3 0 3.0 29

TOTAL 26 3 0 3.0 29

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#53 Garret Gilliland

Junior • LB

Anaheim, Calif.

(Orange Lutheran)

opener vs. EWU.

2011: Played in 12 of the Huskies’ 13 games,

starting once (California) at one outside linebacker

spot ... had a season-high five tackles vs. Baylor

in the Alamo Bowl ... four tackles vs. Cal ... two

tackles, including a 13-yard sack, in the win over

Colorado ... three tackles, including half a sack,

plus a fumble recovery in the victory at Utah ...

two tackles and an interception in the season-

2010: Played in 12 of 13 games, primarily as a special teamer ... started at middle

linebacker vs. Nebraska in place of the injured Dennison ... one of 14 true freshman

to play this season, and one of eight to start at least one game ... made three

tackles vs. Nebraska ... two stops vs. Syracuse and one at BYU.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named the Trinity League co-Defensive Player of the Year as

a senior in 2009 ... helped team into the first round of the CIF Southern Section

Pac-5 playoffs ... playing time was limited during senior season due to injury ...

as a junior, named the Trinity League Co-MVP ... also an All-CIF Southern Section

Pac-5 first-team selection in 2008 ... notched 85 tackles and 12 sacks as a junior ...

Lancers posted a 10-3 record and advanced to the semifinals of the Pac-5 playoffs

his junior season ... as a sophomore, helped Lutheran to a 10-2 record and a trip to

the Pac-5 semifinals, where the Lancers lost to Long Beach Poly, 2-0 ... also played

running back ... rated the No. 51 linebacker prospect in the nation by scout.com ...

rated the No. 61 outside linebacker in the country by rivals.com ... a PrepStar allregion

selection ... played baseball at Lutheran ... played under coach Jim Fanau.

GARRET GILLILAND’S CAREER STATISTICS

INTERCEPTIONS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2010 12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

2011 12 1 7 0 7 7.0 0.6

TOTAL 24 1 7 0 7 7.0 0.3

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2010 12 5 1 6 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2011 12 11 12 23 1.5-14 1 1 0 0

TOTAL 24 16 13 29 1.5-14 1 1 0 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2010 12 0 0 0.0 0

2011 12 1 0 1.0 13

TOTAL 24 1 0 1.0 13

#20 Justin Glenn

Senior • S

mukilteo, Wash.

(kamiak)

ton and Hawai’i.

2011: Played in all 13 games, starting five at one

safety position ... posted 15 tackles, most by any

Husky in the regular season, in the Nebraska

game ... posted eight tackles at Stanford and also

vs. Baylor in the Alamo Bowl ... had six stops, including

one for a loss, in the win over California

... five tackles at Utah and four in the win over

Colorado ... two stops each vs. Eastern Washing-

2010: Played in eight of the UW’s 13 games after returning from a broken leg

suffered in 2009 season ... served as a game captain for the Arizona game ...two

tackles against ASU ... one stop each vs. Nebraska, Oregon State and Oregon.

2009: Played in the first five games of the season before suffering a broken leg

vs. Notre Dame ... sat out the remainder of the year ... started vs. Idaho, USC,

Stanford and Notre Dame ... scored a touchdown on a 51-yard fumble return at

Stanford ... also had six tackles vs. the Cardinal ... posted seven tackles in the 16-

13 win over No. 3 USC ... three tackles each vs. Idaho and Notre Dame.

2008: Redshirted his true freshman season ... named the UW’s defensive scout

team player of the week for the Oklahoma game ... also earned special teams

scout of the week for the UCLA game.

HIGH SCHOOL: Notched five interceptions on defense and rushed for 1,056 yards

and 20 touchdowns as a running back ... led Knights to a 7-3 overall record in 2007

... made the Seattle Times all-state team as a senior in 2007 ... selected to the

All-WesCo Conference first-team as a defensive back and to the second team as

a running back ... named a “red chip” prospect by the Seattle Times ... member of

the Seattle Times’ “Star Times” team ... made the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Northwest

Nuggets” honorable mention ... also made the News-Tribune’s Western 100

list ... earned first-team all-area as a defensive back and second-team as a running

back from the Everett Herald ... named all-West Region by PrepStar ... the state

of Washington’s No. 8 prospect and the nation’s No. 31 cornerback, according to

Rivals.com ... Scout.com’s No. 12 recruit in the state of Washington and No. 33

corner in the country ... ranked the No. 12 recruit in the state by Superprep ... selected

to participate for the West team at the Washington State Football Coaches

Association’s annual East West All-Star Game ... helped Kamiak to an 8-2 record

as a junior in 2006 ... rushed for 556 yards (about six yards per carry) and had 535

return yards in 2006, his junior season ... earned first-team all-league as a returner

and second-team as a defensive back as a junior ... in a 2006 game vs. Shorewood,

scored touchdowns on an 83-yard kickoff return, a 31-yard rush and a 41-yard punt

return while also notching a 22-yard interception return to set up another score ...

earned honorable mention all-league as a sophomore ... also played basketball at

Kamiak, and was one of the team’s top scorers ... played for coach Daniel Mack.

JUSTIN GLENN’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2009 5 14 5 19 0.0-0 0 0 2 0

2010 9 4 1 5 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2011 13 28 24 52 2.0-3 2 0 0 0

TOTAL 27 46 30 76 2.0-3 2 0 2 0

#26 Anthony Gobern

Senior • CB

Fair Oaks, Calif.

(Del Campo)

10 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK

2011: Played in all 13 games, serving as a special

teams performer and cornerback ... notched

three tackles and a fumble recovery in the opening

win over Eastern Washington ... season-best four

tackles in the victory over Arizona ... two tackles

at Stanford and one each vs. Colorado, USC, Oregon

State and Baylor.

2010: A special teams regular who played in 12 of 13 games in 2010.

2009: Saw action in three games during the 2009 season, all on special teams ...

played vs. Idaho, USC and Oregon ... originally a part of the fall, 2008, recruiting

class, but delayed enrollment until January of 2009 and entered the 2009 season

as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played running back and defensive back for the Cougars ...

rushed for 938 yards on 83 carries, good for an average of 11.3 yards per carry ...

earned first-team All-Metro honors from the Sacramento Bee ... named all-West

Region by PrepStar ... listed as the No. 108 prospect in the Far West by Superprep

... named third-team all-state by CalHiSports ... ranked the No. 93 recruit in

California and the No. 85 cornerback in the nation by Scout.com ... led team to a

9-3 overall record his senior season ... team made it to the semifinals of the CIF

Sac-Joaquin Section ... All-Capital League and honorable mention All-Metro defensive

back as a junior in 2006 ... 72 tackles, seven interceptions and four fumble


ecoveries as a junior, when he also rushed for 846 yards and 13 scores ... helped

team to an 11-2 overall record and a trip to the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section championship

... team beat Pioneer 21-14 in the final ... earned all-league as a defensive

back in 2005 ... also an outstanding sprinter on the track team ... top times as a

junior included a 10.97 in the 100 meters and a 22.64 in the 200 meters ... played

football for coach Mike Dimino.

ANTHONY GOBERN’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2009 3 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2010 12 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2011 13 13 0 13 0.0-0 2 0 1 0

TOTAL 28 13 0 13 0.0-0 2 0 1 0

#16 marvin Hall

Freshman • WR

Los Angeles, Calif.

(Dorsey)

2012: Enrolled at the UW in January, 2012, and

participated in 2012 spring practice ... will be a

true freshman in fall, 2012.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named second-team All-City

wide receiver by the Los Angeles Times following

senior season ... also a second-team All-CIF L.A.

City Section pick by the coaches ... helped lead

Dons to a 10-2 record as a senior ... advanced to the L.A. City Section quarterfinals

... as a senior, caught 31 passes for 673 yards and nine touchdowns ... also

returned kicks and punts ... helped team to a 9-4 record and the third round of the

section playoffs as a junior ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western

100” list of top recruits in the West ... as a senior, led the Dorsey track team to

the CIF L.A. City Section championship by winning the 100 meters, 200 meters and

also participating in the champion 4x100 and 4x400 relay team ... played under

coach Paul Knox.

#84 michael Hartvigson

Sophomore • TE

Bothell, Wash.

(Bothell)

2011: Played in all 13 games and was a starter in

seven at tight end ... totaled eight pass receptions

... caught two passes in the season-opener vs.

EWU ... had a touchdown among his two catches

vs. Oregon ... also caught two balls at USC ... one

reception each vs. Hawai’i and at Utah.

2010: Played in the first four games of the year

before a shoulder injury ended his season... one of 14 true freshmen to play this

season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the Seattle Times all-state team (all divisions) as a

defensive lineman ... named to the Seattle Times all-area team and to the Times’

2009 preseason all-state team ... named the KingCo Crown Division’s defensive

player of the year ... first-team All-KingCo at both tight end and defensive line ...

caught 16 passes for 213 yards and six touchdowns in the regular season and had

seven receptions for 85 yards and two TDs in the playoffs ... also played defense

end ... named to AP all-state honorable mention as a tight end ... high-school

teammate of fellow Husky tight end Evan Hudson ... Bothell went 12-1 and lost

in the 4A state semifinals his senior year ... helped Cougars to the state championship

game as a sophomore and to the state quarterfinals his junior year ...

first-team All-KingCo 4A on the defensive line and second-team at tight end as a

junior ... participated in the Team USA vs. the World game after his senior season

... named a “red chip recruit” by the Seattle Times ... rated the No. 24 tight end

prospect in the nation and the No. 21 recruit in Washington by scout.com ... listed

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as the No. 26 tight end in the country and No. 6 recruit in the state of Washington

by rivals.com ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... also a standout basketball player

... honorable mention All-KingCo in basketball as a senior ... a cousin of former

UW baseball players Chad and Grant Hartvigson ... played football for coach Tom

Bainter.

MICHAEL HARTVIGSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2010 4 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0

2011 13 8 30 1 10 0.6 3.8 2.3

TOTAL 17 8 30 1 10 0.5 3.8 1.8

#72 micah Hatchie

Sophomore • OL

Haleiwa, Hawai’i

(Waialua)

2011: Played in all 13 games, serving on the PAT/

field goal unit in every game while also seeing

significant action at tackle in several games.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman,

redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the Hawai’i all-state

first team by the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and by the Honolulu Advertiser ... earned

first-team All-Oahu Interscholastic Association honors as and offensive lineman

as a senior at Waialua ... also named to the second-team All-OIA as a defensive

lineman in 2009 ... played on the West team in the Hawai’i Goodwill Senior Bowl

following senior season ... also an all-league player as a junior ... a four-year starter

at Waialua ... honorable mention all-state as a freshman, sophomore and junior

... also played basketball for the Bulldogs ... listed in the Tacoma News-Tribune’s

Western 100 ... rated the No. 256 overall prospect (all positions), No. 25 offensive

tackle in the nation and the No. 1 recruit in Hawai’i by scout.com ... named the

No. 6 recruit in his state by the Honolulu Advertiser ... ranked the No. 68 offensive

tackle in the country and the No. 4 recruit in Hawai’i by rivals.com ... a PrepStar

all-region selection ... played for coach Lincoln Barit at Waialua.

#34 k.C. Herren

Sophomore • S

Auburn, Wash.

(Auburn)

2011: Did not see any game action during the

2011 season ... joined team via walk-on tryouts

in spring of 2011 ... originally signed a National

Letter of Intent to play baseball at the UW, but

signed a pro contract with the Texas Rangers after

being selected in the second round (51st overall

pick) of the 2004 draft ... played six seasons of

professional baseball (2004-09) as an outfielder.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned 4A all-state honorable mention as a senior in 2003 ...

first-team All-South Puget Sound League at wide receiver and defensive back as a

senior ... also a kicker, punter and returner ... played in the East-West all-star game

following senior season, teaming with Huskies-to-be like Jordan White-Frisbee,

Johnie Kirton, Darin Harris, Walt Winter and Trenton Tuiasosopo ... as a junior,

named to first-team all-league as a DB and a special teamer, second-team as a

punter and honorable mention as a running back ... in baseball, was named the

MVP of the SPSL North Division as a senior ... three-team all-state in baseball ...

league’s co-MVP as a sophomore ... led Auburn to a 21-1 overall baseball record

as a senior in 2004.

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#93 Andrew Hudson

Sophomore • DE

Redlands, Calif.

(Redlands east Valley)

2011: Played in all 13 games as a redshirt freshman,

earning two starts (USC and Oregon State)

at one defensive end spot ... posted three tackles,

including a sack, and forced a fumble in the Alamo

Bowl vs. Baylor ... season-best four tackles at Oregon

State ... three tackles, including one and a

half sacks, in the Apple Cup win over Washington

State ... two tackles, including one and a half for

loss and one sack, in the win over Arizona ... two tackles, one for a loss, vs.

Hawai’i ... three tackles plus a fumble recovery vs. Oregon ... two stops each at

USC and at Nebraska.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman, redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Made the All-CIF Southern Section Inland Division first team ...

named to the Riverside Press-Enterprise all-area second team at defensive line

as a senior ... first-team All-Citrus Belt League ... played on the San Bernardino

County team in the Inland Empire All-Star game following senior year ... Wildcats

won the Citrus Belt title and advanced to the quarterfinals of the CIF-SS Inland

Division playoffs in 2009 ... team went 11-1 in 2009 ... credited with 57 tackles

and 10 sacks as a senior ... helped lead the Wildcats to a 10-2 overall record and

a sectional quarterfinal berth as a junior ... notched 60 tackles and six sacks as

a junior ... also a member of the varsity in 2007, when REV finished the season

12-1 ... played at the same school as former Huskies Chris Polk, Ronnie Fouch and

Marquis Persley ... named third-team all-state by calhisports.com ... listed as the

No. 61 prospect in California by the Contra Costa Times “Cream of the Crop” ...

ranked the No. 35 weakside defensive end in America and the No. 74 recruit in

California by rivals.com ... rated as the No. 59 defensive end in the country and

the No. 60 prospect in California by scout.com ... a PrepStar all-region selection ...

also a standout heavyweight wrestler at REV ... coached by Kurt Bruich.

ANDREW HUDSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2011 13 10 14 24 5.0-23 1 1 1 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2011 13 3 1 3.5 21

#80 evan Hudson

Sophomore • TE

Bothell, Wash.

(Bothell)

2011: Played in 10 of the Huskies’ 13 games,

starting at one tight end spot in the Oregon game

... former walk-on awarded a scholarship prior to

the start of the season ... saw regular action at

tight end ... caught one pass, a two-yard touchdown

at Stanford.

2010: Joined the team as an invited walkon for

the start of fall, 2010 camp ... was a regular on the UW travel squad as a backup

tight end and also a long snapper ... didn’t see any game action and redshirted

his true freshman season ... participated in spring football in 2011, but was also a

pitcher on the Husky baseball team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped the Braves to the 4A state semifinals as a senior, teaming

with fellow Husky Michael Hartvigson as well as former UW lineman Colin Porter

... earned three football letters as a defensive end and tight end ... first-team

All-KingCo at both positions and first-team all-state tight end as a senior ... also

first-team all-league tight end and second-team at DE as a junior ... as a baseball

player, posted a 6-1 record on the mound as a senior ... helped team to the state

tournament as a sophomore ... honorable mention All-KingCo 4A as a senior in

2010 ... also honorable mention All-KingCo as a junior ... played football for coach

Tom Bainter.

EVAN HUDSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2011 10 1 2 1 2 0.1 2.0 0.2

#52 Hau’oli Jamora

Sophomore • DE

Laie, Hawai’i

(kahuku)

12 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK

2011: Started the first four games of the season

at one defensive end spot, but suffered a seasonending

knee injury early in the California game

... made seven tackles, including two and a half

tackles for loss and a sack, in the opener vs. EWU

... also had seven tackles, including half a tackle

for loss, at Nebraska.

2010: Played in all 13 games as a true freshman, starting the final seven games

of the season at one defensive end spot ... one of 14 true freshman to play this

season, and one of eight to start at least one game ... recorded a total of 49

tackles, including eight for loss, on the season ... terrific game in the Holiday Bowl

victory over Nebraska, when he had four total tackles, including three for a loss

and one sack ... notched eight tackles, including one for loss and a forced fumble,

vs. Nebraska in the regular-season meeting ... matches season-high with eight

tackles vs. Stanford ... five tackles, including two for a loss and one-and-a-half

sacks, in the win over Oregon State ... six tackles at Cal ... five tackles, one for a

loss, vs. UCLA ... four tackles, including half a sack, at Washington State ... won

the team’s Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman Award at the postseason

team banquet.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named the state’s defensive player of the year by the Honolulu

Star-Bulletin ... earned the state’s Co-Defensive Player of the Year from the

Honolulu Advertiser ... led Kahuku to a 12-1 record and a spot in the state championship

game at Aloha Stadium ... won the Oahu Interscholastic League’s Red

Division title as well as the overall OIA championship ... also played tight end ...

played in the Hawai’i/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl following his senior season ... as

a junior, helped Red Raiders to a 10-2 record and another berth in the state title

game ... listed in the Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100 ... ranked as the No. 97

defensive end prospect in the nation and the No. 4 recruit in the state of Hawai’i

by scout.com ... rated the No. 2 recruit in Hawai’i by the Honolulu Advertiser ... a

PrepStar all-region selection ... also participated in judo and wrestling at Kahuku

... was a league champion in judo ... played for coach Reggie Torres.

HAU’OLI JAMORA’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2010 13 33 16 49 8.0-41 1 1 0 0

2011 4 8 7 15 3.0-8 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 17 41 23 64 11.0-49 1 1 0 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2010 13 2 2 3.0 27

2011 4 1 0 1.0 5

TOTAL 17 3 2 4.0 32


#3 James Johnson

Senior • WR

Valley Center, Calif.

(Valley Center)

2011: Played in 11 of the Huskies’ 13 games,

starting four games (Nebraska, Utah, Arizona,

Colorado) at wide receiver ... top game of the season

came at Nebraska, when he had six catches

for 108 yards and two touchdowns, all season

highs ... caught five passes for 61 yards in the win

over Colorado ... four receptions for 29 yards and

a TD in the win over EWU ... three receptions for

27 yards at Stanford ... three catches for 37 yards at Utah ... two receptions for 36

yards, including a 12-yard touchdown catch, in the Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor ... two

catches each vs. Hawai’i and California.

2010: Played in seven of the Huskies’ 13 games as a wide receiver and on special

teams ... lone pass reception of the year was a three-yard catch vs. Syracuse.

2009: Played in all 12 games, starting seven at one wide receiver spot ... named to

The Sporting News’ freshman All-Pac-10 team ... finished the season with 39 receptions

for 422 yards ... one of 10 Husky true freshmen to play in 2009 ... started

the first game of his career in the season-opener vs. LSU ... caught a 17-yard

touchdown from Jake Locker in his first career reception ... finished the LSU game

with six receptions for 63 yards ... also caught a TD pass vs. Idaho the following

week, becoming the first UW true freshman receiver ever to score TDs in the

first two games of his freshman season ... had seven catches for 72 yards, both

season-highs, in the Huskies’ 16-13 win over No. 3 USC ... seven receptions for 66

yards and one touchdown vs. Oregon ... six catches for 29 yards at Arizona State

... three grabs for 37 yards at Stanford ... two receptions for 59 yards, including

a season-long 37-yarder on a crucial fourth-quarter play, at Notre Dame ... two

receptions vs. Cal and one each against Arizona, UCLA and Oregon State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Notched 2,930 receiving yards in his career, setting a San Diego

Section record ... a wide receiver and cornerback ... as a wide receiver, earned

first-team all-state honors from calhisports.com... also first-team all-Southern

California by Golden State Sports ... also a first-team all-league corner ... led Valley

Center to the CIF San Diego Section Division IV championship, its fourth in five

seasons ... team went 11-2 overall as a senior, beating Imperial and Coronado in

the quarters and semis before taking down Madison in the title game also won

the section title his junior year, when the Jaguars went 9-3 overall and posted

shutouts over La Jolla and Mission Bay in the semifinal and the final, respectively

... made six receptions for 164 yards and two scores in the championship game,

which was played at Qualcomm Stadium ... caught 57 passes for 1,261 yards

and 17 touchdowns his senior year ... named the Valley Roadrunner newspaper’s

“Newsmaker of the Year” following his senior season ... ranked by rivals.com as

the No. 55 overall player in California and the No. 66 “athlete” prospect in the

nation ... scout.com’s No. 93 wide receiver in the nation ... named the No. 78

prospect in the state of California by the Contra Costa Times ... named the No. 124

recruit in the west by superprep.com ... posted 1,582 receiving yards as a junior ...

caught five passes for 124 yards and two touchdowns in the sectional championship

game his junior season ... also a first-team all-league basketball player and

a member of the track team (hurdles) ... played under coach Rob Gilster ... lived

with older brother, Greg Taylor, a former San Diego State football player in the late

1990’s and an assistant coach at Hampton College.

JAMES JOHNSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2009 12 39 422 3 37 3.2 10.8 35.2

2010 7 1 3 0 3 0.1 3.0 0.4

2011 11 28 366 4 52 2.5 13.1 33.3

TOTAL 30 68 791 7 52 2.3 11.6 26.4

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#11 Jamaal Jones

RS-Freshman • WR

Spanaway, Wash.

(Graham-kapowsin)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW.

HIGH SCHOOL: Missed senior season due to

injury ... named first-team All-South Puget Sound

League South at wide receiver as a junior and as

a sophomore ... a PrepStar All-Region selection ...

ranked the No. 110 wide receiver in the nation by

scout.com ... listed as the state of Washington’s No. 11 overall recruit by rivals.

com ... listed as a “red-chip prospect” by the Seattle Times ... an honorable mention

“Northwest Nugget” from the News-Tribune ... also a standout basketball

player, earning second-team All-SPSL as a junior and honorable mention allleague

as a sophomore ... also played in the South Sound all-star basketball game

after junior season ... played for coach Eric Kurle.

#58 Jamaal kearse

Sophomore • LB

Lakewood, Wash.

(Lakes)

2011: Played in all 13 games as a special teams

player and as a regular in the outside linebacker

rotation ... started four games (Utah, Colorado,

Stanford, Baylor) at one OLB spot ... made a season-high

five tackles in that start at Stanford ...

played a key role in the Huskies’ goal-line stand to

end the win over Cal, finishing with four tackles in

that game ... also had four tackles and returned a

fumble 18 yards for a touchdown early in the Utah game ... three tackles, including

one for a loss, in both the Colorado and USC games ... served as a game captain

for the Colorado game.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman, redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Listed as a first-team 3A all-state defensive back and also earned

first-team all-state (all divisions) from the Seattle Times ... also on the Times’

preseason all-state team in 2009 ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s all-area

team as a defensive back ... earned first-team All-South Puget Sound League as

both a safety and a wide receiver ... helped Lakes to a 12-1 overall record and a

trip to the 3A state semifinals as a senior in 2009 ... a teammate of fellow Husky

Sione Potoae at Lakes ... played in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl after

senior season ... helped Lakes to the first round of the state tournament as a

sophomore and to the state semifinals his junior year ... first-team All-SPSL receiver

and second-team defensive back as a junior ... named a “red chip recruit”

by the Seattle Times ... listed as the No. 40 safety prospect in the country and the

No. 7 recruit in Washington state by scout.com ... rated the No. 62 “athlete” in the

nation and the No. 4 recruit in Washington by rivals.com ... a PrepStar all-region

selection ... younger brother of former UW wide receiver Jermaine Kearse ... also

a basketball player at Lakes, earning second-team all-league as a junior ... as a

senior, helped lead Lakes to the 3A state semi-finals ... played under coach Dave

Miller.

JAMAAL KEARSE’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2011 13 12 11 23 2.0-11 0 0 1 0

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#56 Alec kimble

Sophomore • LB

Sammamish, Wash.

(eastside Catholic)

2011: Did not see any game action during the

2011 season.

2010: Joined the squad during the 2010 season

... did not see any game action and redshirted his

true freshman season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team All-Metro

League Mountain Division wide receiver as a senior in 2009 ... also played defensive

back for the Crusaders ... named a “white chip” prospect by the Seattle

Times following senior year ... only began playing football as a junior ... also an

honorable mention all-league soccer player ... played football under coach Jason

Gesser.

#75 erik kohler

Junior • OL

Camarillo, Calif.

(Oaks Christian)

2011: Started all 13 games at right tackle for the

Huskies.

2010: Played in 11 of 13 games, missing the ASU

and OSU games due to mono ... started at left

guard vs. Nebraska, USC, California and Washington

State ... started at right tackle vs. Stanford

... one of 14 true freshman to play this season, and

one of eight to start at least one game.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team All-CIF Southern Section Northwest Division

honors ... named to the Los Angeles Times All-Area team in 2009 ... also made the

Los Angeles Daily News all-area first team ... led Lions to the Tri-Valley League

championship and to the title game of the 2009 CIF Southern Section Northwest

Division ... Lions went 13-1 his senior year and 14-0 his junior season ... won the

Northwest Division title with a 63-28 win over Serra in the title game as a junior

... played in the Offense-Defense All-American Bowl after senior season ... named

to calhisports.com’s all-state first team ... prior to 2009 season, ranked No. 4 guard

in the nation by Tom Lemming ... ranked the No. 58 prospect in the country by

PrepStar, which placed him on the PrepStar “Dream Team” ... listed as the No. 22

prospect in the state by the Contra Costa Times “Cream of the Crop” ... received

votes in the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” poll ... named to

the Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100 ... rated the No. 139 overall prospect

(all positions) and No. 5 offensive guard in the nation by scout.com, which also

ranked him the No. 19 recruit in California ... listed as the No. 4 offensive guard in

the country and the No. 211 overall prospect in the nation by rivals.com ... played

under coach Bill Redell at Oaks Christian.

#97 Lawrence Lagafuaina

Junior • DT

Aiea, Hawai’i

(Aiea)

14 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK

2011: Played in eight of 13 games at defensive

tackle ... had a 10-yard sack and forced a fumble

in the Huskies’ win at Utah.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman,

redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named the Oahu Interscholastic

League’s Defensive Player of the Year as a senior at Aiea ... named a first-team

all-state defensive lineman by the Honolulu Advertiser ... helped the Na Ali’i to a

9-4 record and the state semifinals as a senior ... played on the West team in the

Hawai’i Goodwill Senior Bowl following senior season ... saw some playing time

at fullback ... honorable mention all-state from the Honolulu Star-Bulletin ... a fouryear

starter for Aiea ... ranked the No. 52 defensive tackle prospect in the country

and the No. 8 prospect in Hawai’i by scout.com ... the No. 11 recruit in Hawai’i,

according to rivals.com ... No. 10 on the Honolulu Advertiser’s state ranking ... a

PrepStar all-region selection ... also a basketball player and one of the top prep

shot putters and discus throwers in Hawai’i ... played under coach Wendell Say.

LAWRENCE LAGAFUAINA’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2011 8 1 0 1 1.0-10 0 1 0 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2011 8 1 0 1.0 10

#47 Scott Lawyer

RS-Freshman • LB

San Jose, Calif.

(Oak Grove)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team All-Mount

Hamilton League honor as a senior linebacker ...

second-team all-area by the San Jose Mercury-

News ... totaled 69 tackles and seven sacks as a

senior ... also a receiver ... helped lead Eagles to

an 8-3 overall record and a 6-1 league mark in 2010 ... led team to the CIF Central

Coast Section Open Division playoffs ... as a junior, notched 90 tackles and eight

sacks while also catching 23 passes ... first-team All-Mount Hamilton League as a

junior ... a PrepStar All-Region selection ... played for coach Jay Braun.

#27 Adam Long

Senior • CB

Los Angeles, Calif.

(St. Bernard)

2011: Sat out the 2011 season while recovering

from an injury.

2010: Played in all 13 games, largely on special

teams, but also saw plenty of time at cornerback

... served as a game captain for the Oregon game

... broke up a pass in the end zone in the Holiday

Bowl victory over Nebraska ... season-high three

tackles at Arizona ... two stops in the win over Syracuse ... one tackle each vs.

Stanford, California and Washington State.


2009: Emerged during the course of the season to earn a starting spot at cornerback

over the last six games ... didn’t see any action in the opener vs. LSU, but

played in the last 11 ... made four tackles off the bench in first career game, the

win over Idaho ... in first start, at Arizona State, notched eight tackles, including a

sack ... matched his season-high for tackles the following week vs. Oregon, when

he had eight, including one for a loss ... made five tackles at UCLA ... three tackles

at Oregon State and in the 30-0 win over Washington State ... one stop and three

break-ups in the 42-10 win over No. 19 California in the season finale.

2008: Redshirted his true freshman season ... awarded the Brian Stapp Special

Teams Scout Squad MVP at the 2008 postseason awards banquet ... named the

UW’s special teams scout player of the week for the BYU game ... also won the

special teams scout of the week award after the Arizona State and Washington

State games.

HIGH SCHOOL: Led team to an 8-5 overall record and a 4-1 Del Rey League mark

as a senior ... teamed with former Husky safety Greg Walker ... advanced to the

semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Northwest Division playoffs, beating Morro

Bay 48-45 in double overtime to make it to the semis ... rushed for 212 yards and

four touchdowns in that win over Morro Bay ... played running back and cornerback

for the Vikings ... named to the CIF Southern Section All-Northwest Division

first team as a senior ... ranked the No. 85 recruit in the state of California and the

No. 50 cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com ... also a standout sprinter on the

track team ... finished third in the state in the 200 meters as a junior with a time

of 21.20 ... won the 2007 CIF Southern Section Division I title in the 100 meters

with a time of 10.53 ... also won the 200 in that same meet ... played for coach

Greg Dixon at St. Bernard.

ADAM LONG’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2009 11 29 6 35 2.0-6 7 0 0 0

2010 13 5 3 8 0.0-0 2 0 0 0

TOTAL 24 34 9 43 2.0-6 9 0 0 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2009 11 1 0 1.0 3

2010 13 0 0 0.0 0

TOTAL 24 1 0 1.0 3

#40 matthew Lyons

RS-Freshman • LB

Los Angeles, Calif.

(Dorsey)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team All-City at

linebacker from the Los Angeles Times following

senior season ... also first-team All-CIF L.A. City

Section ... credited with 117 tackles and four interceptions

as a senior ... led Dons to a 10-2 record

as a senior ... advanced to the L.A. City Section quarterfinals ... as a junior,

notched 135 tackles and recovered six fumbles, helping the Dons to a 9-4 record

and the third round of the playoffs ... ranked the No. 61 outside linebacker in the

nation by scout.com ... rated the No. 50 outside linebacker in the country and the

No. 79 overall prospect in California by rivals.com ... a PrepStar All-Region selection

... played under coach Paul Knox.

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#31 Ryan mcDaniel

Freshman • RB

Torrance, Calif.

(North)

2012: Graduated high school early and enrolled at

the UW for spring quarter, 2012 ... participated in

2012 spring practice.

HIGH SCHOOL: Missed the majority of his senior

season after suffering an injury in the second

game of the year ... named Co-Offensive Player of

the Year, All-CIF Southern Section Northwest Division

and first-team All-Pioneer League as a junior in 2010 ... rushed for 1,168 yards

and scored 15 touchdowns as a junior ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s

“Western 100” listing of the top 100 recruits in the western U.S. ... ranked the

No. 65 recruit in California and the No. 35 running back prospect in the country by

rivals.com ... ranked as the No. 23 middle linebacker in the country and the No. 42

recruit in California by scout.com ... played football for coach Todd Croce.

#1 Sean parker

Junior • S

Los Angeles, Calif.

(Narbonne)

2011: Started all 13 games at one safety spot

... credited with a season-high 15 tackles in the

Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor ... notched 11 tackles at

Nebraska ... posted 10 tackles at USC ... six tackles,

including one for a loss, and an interception in

the win at Utah ... had four stops and an interception

in the victory over Arizona ... picked off a third

pass at Oregon State ... notched seven tackles

and had a 23-yard interception return in the Apple Cup ... nine stops at Stanford ...

seven tackles vs. Eastern Washington and eight vs. Hawai’i ... six tackles vs. Cal

and four each vs. Arizona and Oregon ... won the Husky Fever 12th Man Award at

the team’s postseason banquet.

2010: Spent much of the year as the Huskies’ primary nickel back ... also returned

kicks ... played in nine of 13 games, missing the final four games due to injury

... one of 14 true freshman to play this season ... season-best four tackles vs.

Arizona State ... had a tackle and an interception in the win over Oregon State ...

three tackles at Oregon and two vs. Stanford ... served as a game captain for the

Stanford game.

HIGH SCHOOL: A USA Today second-team All-American ... named to the Los

Angeles Times all-star team and first-team all-state by MaxPreps.com ... 2009

first-team All-CIF Los Angeles City Section ... Marine League All-Purpose Player

of the Year ... ... helped lead Gauchos to the CIF Los Angeles City Section title

game ... played in the U.S. Army All-America Game after his senior season ...

named first-team All-City as a junior in 2008 ... as a junior, led Narbonne to a

12-1-1 record ... that year, the Gauchos tied San Pedro, 21-21, in the L.A. City Section

championship game and the two teams were named co-champions ... earned

first-team All-Marine as a sophomore, when he helped Narbonne to a 10-2 record

and a second-round playoff appearance ... named to the calhisports.com all-state

first team for 2009 ... listed in the Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100 ... named

the No. 10 prospect in the state by the Contra Costa Times “Cream of the Crop”

... ranked No. 20 in the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s Best of the West ... rated the

No. 17 prospect in the nation by PrepStar, placing him on the PrepStar “Dream

Team” ... ranked the No. 11 recruit in California and No. 6 safety in the nation

by scout.com ... also played baseketball at Narbonne ... played football for coach

Manual Douglas.

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SEAN PARKER’S CAREER STATISTICS

INTERCEPTIONS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2010 9 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0

2011 13 4 25 0 23 6.2 1.9

TOTAL 22 5 25 0 23 5.0 1.1

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2010 9 6 4 10 0.0-0 1 0 0 0

2011 13 47 44 91 1.5-2 6 0 0 0

TOTAL 22 53 48 101 1.5-2 7 0 0 0

#43 Cooper pelluer

Junior • FB

Sammamish, Wash.

(Skyline)

2011: Saw action in four games in 2012: Colorado,

Oregon, Washington State and Baylor ... made

one tackle in the Colorado game.

2010: Played in each of the first five games of the

season and also in the Holiday Bowl, mostly on

special teams ... one of 14 true freshman to play

this season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team All-KingCo as both a tight end and defensive

end as a senior in 2009 ... helped lead Spartans to the state titles as a sophomore,

junior and senior ... team won the 3A championship in 2007 and then, having

moved up a classification, the 4A crown in both 2008 and 2009 ... credited with 77

tackles and 10 sacks as a senior defensive end ... Spartans were 14-0 his sophomore

and junior seasons before going 12-2 his senior year ... named a “red chip”

prospect by the Seattle Times ... rated the No. 116 outside linebacker in the nation

and No. 22 prospect in Washington by scout.com ... father, Scott, was an standout

linebacker at Washington State and played for the New Orleans Saints for five

seasons (1981-1985) ... father was also an assistant coach at the UW under Jim

Lambright and Keith Gilbertson ... uncle, Steve, played quarterback at Washington

before embarking on an eight-year NFL career with the Cowboys, Chiefs and Broncos

... older brother, Tyler, played football at Montana ... also played basketball at

Skyline ... played under coach Mat Taylor at Skyline.

#82 Joshua perkins

RS-Freshman • HB

Cerritos, Calif.

(Gahr)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-area selection as

a senior, caught 70 passes for 1,072 yards and

11 touchdowns ... in top game of senior season,

caught 12 passes for 170 yards and two scores vs.

Trabuco Hills ... a PrepStar All-Region selection ...

ranked the No. 77 prospect in California by rivals.com ... ranked the No. 64 wide

receiver prospect in the nation by ESPN.com ... also a standout on the track team

... played for coach Greg Marshall.

#21 marcus peters

RS-Freshman • CB

Oakland, Calif.

(mcClymonds)

16 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW ... named the Brian Stapp Scout Team MVP

at the Huskies’ postseason awards banquet ...

served as a game captain for the Oregon game

and again in the Alamo Bowl vs. Baylor.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named the MVP of the Oakland

Athletic League as a senior in 2010 ... also the Bay

Area News Group’s Defensive Player of the Year and first-team All-Metro by the

San Francisco Chronicle ... first-team all-state by rivals.com (SectionSports.com)

and ESPN.com (CalHiSports.com) ... All-Northern California first-team by Golden-

StatePreps.com ... named to the 2010 Cal-Hi Sports All-State team for mediumsized

schools by CalHiSports.com ... led Warriors to a 12-0 record as a senior,

McClymonds’ first-ever perfect season ... beat Fremont in the Silver Bowl to win

the Oakland Section title ... second team in Oakland history, and first since 1997,

to go 12-0 ... scored on a 51-yard end around and had an interception in the Silver

Bowl ... notched seven interceptions as a senior and also scored six touchdowns

on kick or punt returns ... also played wide receiver and kicker ... the No. 2 player

on the Contra Costa Times “Cream of the Crop” list of Bay Area recruits ... named

to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” list of top recruits in the West ...

listed as the No. 69 cornerback prospect in the country by scout.com ... listed as

the No. 30 cornerback in the nation and No. 43 prospect (all positions) in California

by rivals.com ... a PrepStar All-Region selection ... as a senior, won the 100 and

200 meters at the Oakland Athletic League championships ... played for coach

Curtis McCauley.

#34 Dezden petty

RS-Freshman • RB

Carson, Calif.

(Gardena)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team All-CIF L.A. City

Section following senior season at Gardena ...

helped Panthers earn a spot in the Los Angeles

Section playoffs as a senior in 2010 ... earned

first-team All-Marine League at running back as

a junior ... also saw some action at quarterback and linebacker during high school

career ... reportedly the first football player from Gardena High to earn a Division

I scholarship out of high school since former Husky Damon Mack (1988) ... a Prep-

Star All-Region selection ... rated the No. 11 fullback in the nation by scout.com

... played for coach Ed Lalau.


#51 Sione potoa’e

Junior • DT

Fort Lewis, Wash.

(Lakes)

2011: Played in 11 of the Huskies’ 13 games,

starting vs. California at one defensive tackle spot

... season-high three tackles in the USC game ...

also made two tackles at Stanford and one vs.

Colorado.

2010: Played in 11 of the Huskies’ 13 games in

2010 ... started against both Stanford and Oregon

at one defensive tackle spot ... one of 14 true freshman to play this season, and

one of eight to start at least one game ... first career tackle was an eight-yard sack

vs. Syracuse ... two tackles, including half a sack, vs. Nebraska ... two tackles at

Oregon and one vs. Stanford.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named a first-team 3A all-state defensive lineman and to the

Seattle Times all-state team, which covered all divisions ... the South Puget Sound

League 3A Defensive Lineman of the Year ... also a first-team All-SPSL selection

on both the offensive and defensive lines ... two-time Tacoma News-Tribune allarea

selection ... also on the Seattle Times’ preseason all-state team in 2009 ...

the first four-year, varsity starter at Lakes since 1963 ... helped lead Lakes to a

12-1 record and a 3A state semifinal as a senior in 2009 ... a teammate of fellow

Husky Jamaal Kearse at Lakes ... helped Lakes to the first round of the state

tournament as a sophomore and to the state semifinals his junior year ... named

to the Seattle Times all-state team as a junior (offensive line) ... the SPSL’s offensive

lineman of the year as a junior, when he was also first-team all-league on

both offense and defense ... played in the U.S. Army All-American Game after his

senior season ... named an All-American by PrepStar ... one of just four players in

the region named a “Northwest Nugget” by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... named

to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100 ... one of only four players in the state

listed as a “blue chip recruit” by the Seattle Times ... ranked No. 19 in the Long

Beach Press-Telegram’s Best of the West ... rated the No. 52 overall prospect and

No. 4 defensive tackle in the nation (all positions) by scout.com ... scout.com’s No.

2 recruit in Washington ... the No. 10 defensive tackle in the country, the No. 92

overall prospect in the nation and the No. 2 recruit in Washington, according to

rivals.com ... rated the No. 14 defensive tackle in the country by Tom Lemming ...

coached by Dave Miller.

SIONE POTOA’E’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2010 11 2 4 6 1.5-11 0 0 0 0

2011 11 4 3 7 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 22 6 7 13 1.5-11 0 0 0 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2010 11 1 1 1.5 11

2011 11 0 0 0.0 0

TOTAL 22 1 1 1.5 11

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#17 keith price

Junior • QB

Compton, Calif.

(St. John Bosco)

2011: Played in all 13 games and was the starting

quarterback in every game except Oregon State ...

won the UW’s Guy Flaherty Award (most inspirational),

the Huskies’ oldest and most prestigious

honor, at the team’s postseason banquet ... also

won the Earle T. Glant Tough Husky Award ...

earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... O’Brien

Award semi-finalist ... put up an historically good

year in his first season as a starting quarterback ... broke the UW single-season

touchdown passes record with 33, beating the old record by five ... his 3,063 passing

yards ranked No. 2 in UW history and 242 completions ranked No. 3 ... set

UW records for season completion percentage (.669) and pass efficiency (161.09)

... will also enter junior season holding the UW career record for both of those

stats ... seventh in the country and second in the Pac-12 in pass efficiency ... nine

200-yard games were good for third-highest season total in UW history ... threw

four TDs in a game (tied for third-most in Husky history) four times and tossed

three TDs on four other occasions ... capped his year by completing 23-of-37 for

438 yards and four touchdowns, running for an additional three TDs, in the Alamo

Bowl vs. Baylor ... seven TDs responsible for were an NCAA record for a bowl

game, as were he 42 points responsible for ... 438 passing yards were secondmost

in UW single-game history ... opened the season by going 17-for-25 for 102

yards, three TDs and no interceptions in the win over Eastern Washington ... followed

that up with a terrific game to beat Hawai’i, completing 18-of-25 for 315

yards, four scores and one pick ... posted another four-TD game the next week at

Nebraska, completing 21-of-37 for 274 yards, with two interceptions ... great day

in the win over Cal, connecting on 19-of-25 for 292 yards and three TDs without

an interception ... 22-for-30 for 226, one INT and three TDs in the victory at Utah ...

another very good day in win over Colorado: 21-for-28, 257 yards, four touchdowns

and no interceptions ... went 23-for-36 for 247, one TD, one INT at Stanford ... in

the win over Arizona, hit on 16-of-30 passing, good for 277 yards with one score

and three interceptions ... vs. Oregon, was 24-for-35 for 143 with two TDs and two

picks ... was 12-for-16 for 125 at USC and suffered a knee injury that kept him from

starting the following week at Oregon State ... still, came off the bench vs. the

Beavers and completed 5-of-9 for 76 yards, one touchdown and one interception

... was superb in the Apple Cup win over Washington State, completing 21-of-29

for 291 yards, no interceptions and three touchdowns ... spread his 29 touchdown

passes this season to eight different receivers.

2010: Served as the Huskies’ No. 2 quarterback the entire season ... played in 8 of

13 games ... made starting debut on the road at No. 1 Oregon on Nov. 6 ... went

14-for-28 for 127 yards, no interceptions and a touchdown vs. the Ducks ... also

had 13 carries vs. Oregon ... completed first career pass vs. Syracuse ... played,

but didn’t attempt a pass, vs. Nebraska in both games vs. the Huskers ... came on

in the USC game and threw a one-yard TD pass in his only scrimmage play of the

game (in place of Locker, who missed that one play with injury) ... 1-for-4 off the

bench at Arizona and 2-for-3 for 24 yards vs. Stanford .... also appeared vs. UCLA.

2009: Participated on the service teams, but didn’t see any game action and redshirted

the season ... traveled with the team and served as the No. 3 quarterback

... won the Bob Jarvis Offensive Scout Squad MVP award at the Huskies’ postseason

awards banquet.

HIGH SCHOOL: Completed 143 of 200 (.715) passes for 2,260 yards, 24 touchdowns

and only six interceptions as a senior ... also rushed for 579 yards and 10

touchdowns ... named the Trinity League Co-Offensive Player of the Year as a

senior ... also the first-team quarterback on the CIF Southern Section All-Pac-5

team ... earned second-team all-state from calhisports.com ... teammate of fellow

Husky Will Shamburger at Bosco ... earned votes Long Beach Press-Telegram’s

Best in the West rankings ... selected by rivals.com as the No. 33 “dual-threat

quarterback” prospect in the nation ... listed as the No. 50 QB in the nation by

scout.com ... named the No. 80 prospect in the state of California by the Contra

Costa Times ... rated the No. 126 player in the west by superprep.com ... also

earned first-team All-Trinity League honors as a junior ... played for coach Kiki

Mendoza.

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KEITH PRICE’S CAREER STATISTICS

PASSING G C-A-I YARDS TD LONG PCT AVG/G EFFIC

2010 8 19-37-0 164 2 28 51.4 20.5 106.4

2011 13 242-362-11 3063 33 80 66.9 235.6 161.9

TOTAL 21 261-399-11 3227 35 80 65.4 153.7 156.8

RUSHING G ATT YARDS TD LONG AVG/C AVG/G

2010 8 16 15 0 14 0.9 1.9

2011 13 56 10 3 15 0.2 0.8

TOTAL 21 72 25 3 15 0.3 1.2

TOTAL OFFENSE G RUSH PASS TOTAL AVG/G

2010 8 15 164 179 22.4

2011 13 10 3063 3073 236.4

TOTAL 21 25 3227 3252 154.9

#59 Ben Riva

Sophomore • OL

Seattle, Wash.

(O’Dea)

2011: Saw action in 10 of the Huskies’ 13 games,

mostly as a member of the PAT/field goal squad.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman,

redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Listed on the 3A all-state first

team as an offensive lineman ... also made the

Seattle Times all-state team (all levels) ... named to the Seattle Times all-area

team ... also listed on the Times’ preseason all-state team prior to senior year ...

the Metro League Mountain Division offensive lineman of the year ... led Irish to

the Metro League championship ... helped O’Dea rush for an average of 7.5 yards

per carry ... O’Dea went 9-2 and advanced to the state tournament in his senior

season ... a teammate of fellow Husky signee Zach Fogerson at O’Dea ... helped

the Irish to the 3A state championship game his sophomore year and to the first

round of the 2008 state playoffs as a junior ... second-team All-Metro offensive

tackle as a junior ... named a “red chip recruit” by the Seattle Times ... listed

in the Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100 ... rated the No. 46 offensive tackle

in the country and the No. 19 recruit in Washington by scout.com ... ranked the

No. 48 offensive tackle in the country and the No. 7 recruit in Washington state

by rivals.com ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... also participated on the track

team as a thrower ... uncle, Steve Sidwell, was a longtime NFL and college assistant

coach, including a stretch with the Seahawks ... played football under coach

Monte Kohler at O’Dea.

#35 Cole Sager

Senior • TB

Burlington, Wash.

(Burlington-edison)

2011: Played in all 13 games as a key special

teams performer ... made eight tackles, all on special

teams ... season-best three stops in the win

over Hawai’i ... two tackles each vs. Colorado and

Arizona ... had one stop at Stanford and one vs.

Baylor in the Alamo Bowl.

2010: After not appearing in the first four games

of the year, played in each of the last nine as a special teams player.

2009: Joined the squad as an invited walkon at the start of the fall, 2009, camp

... ended up seeing action in the final eight games of the season ... one of 10 true

freshman to play in 2009 ... earned the Huskies’ Brian Stapp Special Teams Scout

Squad MVP at the team’s postseason awards banquet ... first action of the year

came at Notre Dame, when he lined up on the kick return team ... had one kickoff

return, vs. Arizona (10 yards) ... also had a tackle in the win over the Wildcats.

HIGH SCHOOL: Rushed for 1,084 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior ... played

running back and linebacker ... helped lead the Tigers to a 10-2 record and a berth

in the state semi-finals as a senior in 2008 ... in an opening-round playoff win over

Steilacoom, rushed for 162 yards, scored four touchdowns and had an interception

... as a junior, helped Burlington-Edison to an 11-2 overall record and a spot

in the 2A state championship game ... named honorable mention all-league as a

sophomore and junior ... also a hurdler and 400-meter runner on the track team ...

played football under Bruce Shearer.

COLE SAGER’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2009 3 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2010 9 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2011 13 4 5 9 0.0-0 0 0 1 0

TOTAL 25 5 5 10 0.0-0 0 0 1 0

#5 James Sample

RS-Freshman • S

Sacramento, Calif.

(Grant)

18 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK

2011: Played in two games for the Huskies (EWU

and Colorado), but season ended early due to a

injury that required surgery ... made one tackle vs.

Eastern Washington.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team All-CIF San Joaquin

Section as a senior ... also named first-team All-

Metro (Sacramento Bee), first-team All-Delta Valley

Conference, and first-team All-NorCal by NorCalPreps.com ... also first-team

all-state by rivals.com (SectionSports.com) and All-Northern California first-team

by GoldenStatePreps.com ... third-team all-state by ESPN.com ... recorded 109

tackles as a senior at Grant ... played in the U.S. Army All-America Bowl ... led

the Pacers to a 13-1 overall record ... team advances to the championship game

of the CIF San Joaquin Section Division II playoffs his senior year ... helped lead

team to a 12-1 record as a junior, when he recorded 111 tackles for the season ...

also named first-team All-Metro as a junior ... a PrepStar All-American ... named

to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” list of top recruits in the West ...

rated the No. 135 overall recruit (all positions) and No. 9 safety in the country by

rivals.com, which also named him the No. 15 prospect in California ... listed as the

No. 257 overall prospect and No. 22 safety in the nation by scout.com ... rated as

the No. 68 outside linebacker prospect in the country by ESPN.com ... played for

coach Mike Alberghini.

JAMES SAMPLE’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2011 2 1 0 1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0


#25 Bishop Sankey

Sophomore • TB

Spokane, Wash.

(Gonzaga prep)

2011: Saw action in 12 of the Huskies’ 13 games,

playing both at tailback and on special teams ...

top game of the year came vs. Colorado, rushing

for 71 yards and a touchdown on eight carries

... also had a good game at USC, rushing for 22

yards on four carries and catching four passes for

13 yards ... five carries for 31 yards at Stanford ...

first carries came vs. Cal, when he ran for 16 yards

on two attempts ... two rushes for 21 yards vs. Oregon ... had six kickoff returns

in the Alamo Bowl.

HIGH SCHOOL: The Inland Northwest Youth Awards Male Athlete of the Year for

2010 ... named 4A first-team all-state by the Associated Press in 2010 ... two-time

Seattle Times all-state selection at running back ... Greater Spokane League MVP

as a senior in 2010 ... finished career as all-time leading rusher in Greater Spokane

League history with 4,355 yards ... broke the GSL record in a game vs. Mead when

he rushed for 359 yards ... ran for 253 yards and three scores vs. Mt. Spokane and

followed that with 299 yards and four touchdowns agianst University ... rushed for

235 and four TDs vs. Shadle Park ... also had 229 rush yards and four scores vs.

Central Valley ... rushed for 2,518 yards as a senior, also a GSL record ... helped

Bullpups to a 7-3 overall record and 7-2 mark in the Greater Spokane League as

a senior in 2010 ... rushed for 2,011 yards and 17 touchdowns in nine games as a

junior, earning first-team All-GSL and honorable mention 4A all-state from the AP

... had four 200-yard rushing performances as a junior ... a PrepStar All-American

... rated the No. 150 overall prospect (all positions) and the No. 17 running back

recruit in the nation by scout.com ... listed as the No. 235 overall recruit and No.

19 running back in the country and the No. 5 prospect in Washington by rivals.com

... one of five seniors from the state named a “blue-chip prospect” by the Seattle

Times ... an honorable mention “Northwest Nugget” from the News-Tribune ...

named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” list of top recruits in the

West ... played for coach Dave McKenna.

BISHOP SANKEY’S CAREER STATISTICS

RUSHING G ATT YARDS TD LONG AVG/C AVG/G

2011 12 28 187 1 33 6.7 15.6

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2011 12 6 14 0 6 0.5 2.3 1.2

KICK RETURNS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2011 12 7 134 0 30 19.1 11.2

#73 Drew Schaefer

Senior • C

Sammamish, Wash.

(eastlake)

2011: Started all 13 games at center, playing every

snap of the season there ... earned secondteam

Academic All-Pac-12.

2010: One of two Husky offensive linemen to

start all 13 games in 2010 ... started 11 out of 13

games at center and another two (Oregon State

and Arizona) at right tackle ... named Academic

All-Pac-10 honorable mention.

2009: A regular in the rotation on the offensive line ... played in all 12 games and

ended the season as the starter at left tackle ... started the final four games of the

year there (at UCLA, at Oregon State, vs. Washington State and vs. California).

2008: Redshirted his true freshman season.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to the all-state team by the Seattle Times ... first-team

All-KingCo 4A offensive tackle ... named a “red chip” prospect by the Seattle

Times ... an Associated Press 4A all-state honorable mention selection ... member

of the Seattle Times’ “Star Times” team ... earned a spot on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer’s

all-area team ... made the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Northwest Nuggets”

honorable mention ... also earned a spot on the News-Tribune’s Western 100

list ... named all-West Region by PrepStar ... ranked the No. 10 recruit in the state

by Superprep ... the state’s No. 9 recruit and the country’s No. 32 offensive tackle,

according to Scout.com ... ranked as Washington state’s No. 10 prospect and as

the No. 39 offensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com ... selected to participate

for the West team at the Washington State Football Coaches Association’s annual

East West All-Star Game ... helped lead the Wolves to the quarterfinals of the

4A state playoffs as a junior and senior ... team finished 10-2 overall in 2007, his

senior year ... first-team All-KingCo as both an offensive and defensive lineman

as a junior, when the Wolves finished the season 9-3 ... started on both lines as a

sophomore in 2005, when Eastlake went 8-2 ... also a standout basketball player

at Eastlake ... played for coach Gene Dales.

#57 Drew Schultz

Sophomore • DL

Olympia, Wash.

(Olympia)

2011: Did not see any game action during the

2011 season.

2010: Joined the team as an invited walkon for

the start of fall, 2010 camp ... didn’t see any game

action and redshirted his true freshman season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned 4A all-state honorable

mention as a senior offensive lineman in 2009 ... played in the East-West All-Star

Game following senior year ... named first-team All-Narrows League on offense

and second-team on defense in 2009... helped Bears to an 8-2 overall record as a

senior in 2009 ... went 10-1 as a junior ... also played basketball ... played football

for coach Bill Beattie at Olympia.

#88 Austin Seferian-Jenkins

Sophomore • TE

Gig Harbor, Wash.

(Gig Harbor)

2011: Played in all 13 games, starting 10 at tight

end ... earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 ...

538 receiving yards ranks No. 2 in UW singleseason

history for a true freshman (any position)

... also ranks third-highest in UW single-season

history for a tight end (any class) ... 41 receptions

ranked sixth in UW single-season history for a

tight end ... six touchdown receptions rank fourth

(tied) by a tight end in UW history for a career ... after one catch for 10 yards in the

season opener, went for 91 yards and a TD on three catches vs. Hawai’i ... caught

four passes for 52 yards and two touchdowns in the win over California ... also had

a two-TD game at Oregon State, finishing with six receptions for 40 yards ... five

catches for 77 yards at Stanford ... three receptions for 32 yards at Utah ... four

catches for 48 yards at USC and four for 62 yards in the Apple Cup win over WSU

... five catches for 59 yards vs. Baylor in the Alamo Bowl ... won the Travis Spring

Most Outstanding Freshman Award at the team’s postseason banquet ... joined

the UW basketball team in January, 2012 ... played in 17 games for the Pac-12

champion basketball team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named 4A first-team all-state by the Associated Press in 2010

and as a junior in 2009 ... an ESPN second-team All-America selection as a senior

in 2010 ... two-time member of the Seattle Times all-state team, as a senior and

a junior ... finished career with school-record 126 receptions ... played in the U.S.

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Army All-America Bowl following senior season ... as a junior, caught 62 passes

for 1,152 yards and 11 TDs ... ranked the No. 32 overall prospect (all positions)

and No. 2 tight end in the nation by scout.com ... listed as the No. 2 tight end and

the No. 39 overall recruit in the country by rivals.com ... also listed as the No. 1

recruit in the state of Washington by rivals ... listed as the No. 101 overall recruit

in the nation by ESPN.com ... member of the PrepStar “Dream Team” as the nation’s

No. 30 overall prospect ... named to the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best

in the West” first team ... one of five seniors from the state named a “blue-chip

prospect” by the Seattle Times ... one of just eight players from the Pacific Northwest

named a “Northwest Nugget” by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... named to

the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” list of top recruits in the West ... also

played basketball for the Tides ... played under coach Darren McKay.

AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS’ CAREER STATISTICS

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2011 13 41 538 6 47 3.2 13.1 41.4

#13 Will Shamburger

Junior • S

Compton, Calif.

(St. John Bosco)

2011: Played in 11 of the Huskies’ 13 games (all

but WSU and Baylor), starting four at one safety

spot ... served as a game captain for the Stanford

and Oregon games ... season-best nine tackles vs.

Oregon ... had eight tackles at USC ... seven tackles,

including six solo stops, at Stanford ... four

tackles and a forced fumble vs. Arizona ... four

tackles vs. Colorado.

2010: Played in a total of 10 of the Huskies’ 13 games, primarily on special teams

... had two tackles, including one for a loss, in the opener at BYU ... also had two

tackles vs. Syracuse and one vs. Nebraska.

2009: Due to injury, was unable to play or practice, but spent the season on the

roster, re-habbing, and redshirted the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Had 34 receptions for 598 yards and eight touchdowns his senior

season for the Braves ... named a first-team All-Trinity League wide receiver ...

also named a first-team wide receiver on the CIF Southern Section All-Pac-5 team

... teammate of fellow Husky Keith Price at Bosco ... played wide receiver and

defensive back ... also a standout basketball player for the Braves ... as a junior,

made 32 receptions for 382 yards on offense and notched 57 tackles and two

interceptions on defense ... played for coach Kiki Mendoza.

WILL SHAMBURGER’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2010 10 4 1 5 1.0-2 0 0 0 0

2011 11 25 11 36 0.0-0 2 1 0 0

TOTAL 21 29 12 41 1.0-2 2 1 0 0

#71 Danny Shelton

Sophomore • DT

Auburn, Wash.

(Auburn)

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2011: Played in all 13 games as a true freshman,

earning a start at defensive tackle in the Washington

State game ... season-high five tackles vs.

Baylor in the Alamo Bowl ... had three tackles at

USC ... had a fumble recovery at Oregon State,

when he also batted down two passes ... one

tackle each vs. Cal, Stanford and WSU.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named 4A first-team all-state, as both an offensive and defensive

lineman, by the Associated Press in 2010 ... also first-team all-state as a

junior (offensive line) ... made the Seattle Times all-state team as both a junior and

a senior ... twice named both the South Puget Sound League 4A North’s Offensive

Lineman of the Year and Defensive Lineman of the Year ... played in the Offense-

Defense Bowl following senior season ... helped lead Trojans to a 9-3 overall record

and a 7-1 mark in the South Puget Sound League North in 2010 ... advanced

to the state quarterfinals ... along with earning the SPSL’s Offensive and Defensive

Lineman of the Year as a junior, was also (naturally) first-team all-league at both

spots that year as well ... led Auburn to state quarterfinals as a junior in 2009 ...

first-team All-SPSL on both lines as a sophomore as well ... a PrepStar All-American

... ranked the No. 32 defensive tackle in the country by scout.com ... rated the

No. 120 overall prospect and the No. 10 defensive tackle in the nation by rivals.

com ... rival’s No. 3 recruit in the state of Washington ... nation’s No. 43 DT recruit,

according to ESPN.com ... Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” honorable

mention ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” list of top

recruits in the West ... one of five seniors from the state named a “blue-chip prospect”

by the Seattle Times ... one of just eight players from the Pacific Northwest

named a “Northwest Nugget” by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... also participated in

track & field as a thrower and was a standout wrestler at Auburn ... as a senior in

2011, won the state 4A shotput championship with a throw of 60-feet, 1-inch ...

played football for coach Gordon Elliot.

DANNY SHELTON’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2011 13 2 9 11 0.0-0 2 0 1 0

#22 Josh Shirley

Sophomore • DE

Fontana, Calif.

(kaiser)

2011: Played in all 13 games as a redshirt freshman,

starting seven of the 13 at one defensive end

spot ... notched three sacks and five total tackles

vs. Baylor in the Alamo Bowl ... in the Apple Cup

win over WSU, finished with four tackles, including

two and a half for loss, one and a half sacks

and a forced fumble ... three tackles and a sack at

Oregon State ... two tackles, a sack and a forced

fumble in the win over California ... two tackles, one sack, at Utah ... three tackles,

including one and a half for loss, vs. Colorado ... two tackles, one for a loss, in the

win over Arizona ... two tackles and a sack at USC.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman, redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named the Defensive MVP of the Sunkist League and co-Defensive

Player of the Year of the CIF Southern Section Eastern Division ... one

of 12 semifinalists for the Butkus Award, given to the nation’s top high school

linebacker ... named to the Riverside Press-Enterprise all-area team ... recorded

105 tackles as a senior ... helped lead Cats to a 9-4 record as a senior in 2009 ...

team won its ninth straight Sunkist League title and advanced to the semifinals of

the CIF-SS Eastern Division championship ... played in the U.S. Army All-America


game following senior season ... scored a touchdown on a 77-yard return of a

blocked field goal in that game ... played on the San Bernardino County squad

in the Inland Empire All-Star game following senior year ... as a junior credited

with 88 tackles and 17 sacks ... a PrepStar All-American ... named second-team

all-state by calhisports.com ... listed as the No. 15 prospect in the state by the

Contra Costa Times “Cream of the Crop” ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s

Western 100 ... made the Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West honorable

mention ... named third-team all-state by goldenstatepreps.com following junior

year ... ranked the No. 9 outside linebacker and No. 137 overall recruit in the

nation by rivals.com, which also listed him as the No. 19 prospect in the state

of California ... rated the No. 12 outside linebacker in the nation by scout.com ...

played for coach Phil Zelaya.

JOSH SHIRLEY’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2011 13 23 5 28 12.0-55 1 2 0 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2011 13 8 1 8.5 48

#4 Antavius Sims

Junior • ATH

Americus, Ga.

(Americus-Sumter/

Ventura College)

2012: Enrolled at the UW in January of 2012 and

participated in spring practice.

JUNIOR COLLEGE & HIGH SCHOOL: Played

quarterback at Ventura (Calif.) College in 2009 and

2010 ... named the first-team All-Southern California

Football Association Northern Conference QB

... in 2010, completed 165 of 299 pass attempts for 1,956 yards, and 13 touchdowns

... also rushed for 1,014 yards and 15 touchdowns on 223 carries ... led the

Southern California JCs in total offense with 2,960 yards ... also set school records

for single-season and career total offense (4,866) ... second in Ventura College history

in career TDs (25) and second in career passing yards (3,273 yards), passing

TDs (24), rushing TDs (25) and fourth career rushing yards (1,593) ... named the

Pirates’ MVP after the 2010 season ... as a freshman, threw for 1,327 yards and

11 touchdowns on 98-of-170 passing while rushing for 579 yards and TDs ... also

played basketball at Ventura ... played for coach Andre Slappey at Sumter and

coach Steve Mooshagian at Ventura.

#8 kevin Smith

Junior • WR

Compton, Calif.

(Centennial)

2011: Played in 12 of 13 games, starting three

(Utah, USC and WSU) at one wide receiver spot,

missing only the Baylor game ... also one of the

Huskies’ primary kick returners ... set a new UW

record with 176 kickoff return yards vs. USC ...

25.9-yard average on kick returns is seventh-best

in UW single-season history ... also ranks No. 6 in

career kick returns (52), No. 2 in career kick return

yards (1,282) and No. 2 in single-season kick return yards (958) ... served as a game

captain for the Cal game ... finished the regular season with 15 receptions for 207

yards, plus five rushes for 71 yards and a TD ... season-high three receptions for

15 yards in the season-opener vs. EWU ... rushed for a 22-yard TD and caught two

passes for 20 yards vs. Colorado ... one rush for 18 yards and two receptions for 17

vs. Hawai’i ... two receptions for 34 yards vs. Arizona ... one catch for 53 yards at

USC ... 2 receptions for 39 yards vs. Washington State ... also one of the Huskies’

top kick return men ... top return game was at Stanford, when he returned six kicks

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for 168 yards, with a long of 36 ... returned five kicks for 150 yards with a long of

44, vs. Arizona ... three returns for 111 yards, including a 64-yarder, at Nebraska ...

had a 53-yard kick return vs. California ... seven kick returns for 176 yards at USC.

2010: Played in 10 of 13 games, missing three in midseason due to injury ... a

regular in the receiving rotation and also a kick returner ... started vs. UCLA and

California at one wide receiver spot ... one of 14 true freshman to play this season,

and one of eight to start at least one game ... caught one pass, for 18 yards, at

California ... also had a pair of carries (one each at USC and WSU) ... returned 15

kicks and one punt for the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team All-CIF Southern Section Northwest Division

at wide receiver ... the MVP of the Pioneer League ... helped Apaches to the first

round of the 2009 CIF-SS Northwest Division playoffs ... team won the Pioneer

League title as a senior, a year after finishing 1-9 ... title was Apaches’ first outright

championship since 1960 ... in Centennial’s 2009 regular-season finale vs.

Lawndale, returned the opening kickoff and Lawndale’s first punt of the game

for touchdowns, going 87 and 70 yards, respectively ... didn’t play football until

junior year of high school ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s Western 100

... listed as the No. 20 prospect in the state by the Contra Costa Times “Cream of

the Crop” ... received votes in the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West”

poll ... rated the No. 142 overall prospect in the nation (all positions) and No. 23

wide receiver in the country by scout.com ... also ranked the No. 21 prospect in

California by scout.com ... listed by rivals.com as the No. 31 “athlete” prospect in

the nation ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... also a standout basketball player ...

Pioneer League MVP as a junior basketball player ... played under coach Eric Scott.

KEVIN SMITH’S CAREER STATISTICS

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2010 10 1 18 0 18 0.1 18.0 1.8

2011 12 15 208 0 53 1.2 13.9 17.3

TOTAL 22 16 226 0 53 0.7 14.1 10.3

KICK RETURNS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2010 10 15 324 0 30 21.6 32.4

2011 12 37 958 0 64 25.9 79.8

TOTAL 22 52 1282 0 64 24.7 58.3

#14 Taz Stevenson

Junior • LB

mililani, Hawai’i.

(mililani)

2011: Played in eight of 13 games as a key special

teams performer and backup safety ... missed a

stretch of five games due to injury ... totaled four

tackles for the season ... two stops vs. Hawai’i

and one each vs. EWU and Arizona.

2010: Played in all 13 games as a true freshman,

contributing on most special teams but also as a

safety on the defense .... served as a game captain for the California game ... four

tackles each at Oregon and at Washington State ... two tackles in the Holiday

Bowl win over Nebraska ... also had one tackle against both Syracuse and Nebraska

(regular season).

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned first-team all-state from the Honolulu Star-Bulletin as an

all-purpose player ... also made the Honolulu Advertiser’s first team at all-purpose

... played running back, wide receiver and safety while also returning kicks ...

helped Trojans to a 7-3 record as a senior ... participated in the Hawai’i/Polynesia-

Mainland Bowl at Aloha Stadium after his senior season ... listed in the Tacoma

News-Tribune’s Western 100 ... listed as the No. 47 safety recruit in the nation

and the No. 10 prospect in the state of Hawai’i by scout.com ... rated the No. 49

safety in the country and the No. 8 recruit in Hawai’i by rivals.com ... also the No.

8 prospect in Hawai’i on the Honolulu Advertiser’s list ... a PrepStar all-region

selection ... played for coach James Millwood.

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TAZ STEVENSON’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2010 13 9 3 12 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2011 8 2 2 4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL 21 11 5 16 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

#64 Colin Tanigawa

Sophomore • OL

pasadena, Calif.

(Loyola)

2011: Started the first 11 games at left guard, but

suffered a knee injury in the Oregon State game

and missed the WSU and Baylor games ... won

the team’s Husky Lifting Award at the team’s postseason

banquet.

2010: Did not see any game action as a true freshman,

redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team All-CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division offensive

lineman in 2009 ... All-Serra League as both a senior and as a junior ...

played on both lines for the Cubs ... listed as one of the top offensive linemen in

Southen California by the Los Angeles Times ... named to ESPNRise’s preseason

All-CIF Southern Section San Gabriel Valley team ... named third-team all-state by

calhisports.com ... rated the nation’s No. 28 offensive guard prospect by rivals.com

... listed as the No. 32 offensive guard in America by rivals.com ... ranked the No.

74 offensive guard prospect in the country by scout.com ... a PrepStar all-region

selection ... played for coach Adam Guerra.

#61 Ben Teichman

RS-Freshman • OL

Danville, Calif.

(San Ramon Valley)

2011: Joined the team as an invited walk-on at

the start of fall camp in 2011 ... redshirted his true

freshman season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played offensive and defensive

line at San Ramon Valley ... earned first-team All-

East Bay Athletic League honors on the defensive

line as a senior in 2010 ... credited with 91 total

tackles as a senior ... in 2010, helped lead Wolves to the semi-finals of the CIF

North Coast Section playoffs ... ... as a junior, earned second-team all-league ...

also a standout shotput and discus thrower on the track team ... won the league

title in both shot and discus as a senior ... played football for coach Mark Kessler.

#10 John Timu

Sophomore • LB

Long Beach, Calif.

(Long Beach Jordan)

2011: Played in 12 of 13 games, starting eight at

one outside linebacker spot ... missed the Utah

game due to an injury suffered vs. Cal ... seasonhigh

eight tackles, including one for a loss, and a

forced fumble vs. Oregon ... matched that seasonhigh

with eight tackles, plus a fumble recovery, in

the Alamo Bowl ... seven tackles, two for a loss,

plus a forced fumble at Oregon State ... five tackles

each in the wins over Cal, Arizona and Washington State ... four tackles at

USC and three at Nebraska ... delayed enrollment while recovering from injury

... enrolled for the winter quarter of 2011 (Jan., 2011) and participated in spring

football.

HIGH SCHOOL: Saw senior season cut short with an injury early in the second

game of the year ... as a junior, was named the Moore League’s player of the

year as a quarterback ... passed for 1,395 yards and rushed for 642 in 2008 ...

also accounted for a total of 20 touchdowns as a junior ... also an outstanding

safety, punter and kicker for the Panthers ... a teammate of fellow Husky Princeton

Fuimaono at Jordan ... received votes in the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in

the West” poll ... listed as the No. 61 safety prospect in the country by scout.com

... rated the No. 69 “athlete” in the nation and the No. 72 recruit in California by

rivals.com ... a PrepStar all-region selection ... played under coach Scott Meyer.

JOHN TIMU’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2011 12 28 24 52 5.0-13 3 2 1 0

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#98 Semisi Tokolahi

Senior • DT

Hilo, Hawai’i

(Hilo)

2011: Returned from an injury in the final game

of the 2010 regular season to play in a total of 10

games in 2011 ... started seven games at one defensive

tackle spot ... totaled four tackles for the

season ... had a fumble recovery and a three-yard

return in the win at Utah.

2010: Missed the Holiday Bowl after breaking an

ankle in the Washington State game ... played in all 12 games in the regular season,

starting the final three at one defensive tackle spot ... three tackles each in

win at Cal and Washington State ... total at Cal included one-and-a-half TFLs and

a sack ... also had a TFL and a forced fumble at WSU ... two tackles, including a

tackle for loss and a forced fumble, in the win over Syracuse ... one tackle each

vs. Oregon and UCLA.

2009: One of 10 true freshmen to see action in 2009 ... saw action in five of 12

games, and action was limited to a degree by a hand injury ... played against LSU,

Idaho, Oregon, Washington State and California ... notched two solo tackles vs.

the Ducks.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named the Big Island Interscholastic Federation (BIIF) Division

I Defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... also earned second-team all-state

honors from the Honolulu Advertiser ... averaged better than 11 tackles per game

and totaled 11 sacks for the Vikings as a senior ... mainly a defensive lineman,

but also played some fullback ... ranked by rivals.com as the No. 5 prospect in the

state of Hawai’i and the No. 73 defensive tackle in the nation ... listed as the No.

131 player in the west by superprep.com ... also a standout shot putter and discus

thrower at Hilo ... born in Tonga ... played for coach Kalani Siliga.

SEMISI TOKOLAHI’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2009 3 2 0 2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

2010 12 3 7 10 3.5-11 0 2 0 0

2011 9 4 0 4 0.0-0 0 0 1 0

TOTAL 24 9 7 16 3.5-11 0 2 1 0

SACKS G UA A TOTAL YARDS

2009 3 0 0 0.0 0

2010 12 1 0 1.0 7

2011 9 0 0 0.0 0

TOTAL 24 1 0 1.0 7

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#6 Desmond Trufant

Senior • CB

Tacoma, Wash.

(Wilson)

2011: Started all 13 games at one cornerback

spot ... earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 ...

... named Pac-12 Player of the Week after the

Eastern Washington game ... in that EWU game,

totaled 11 tackles, a forced fumble and also intercepted

a pass in the end zone to seal the victory

... four tackles and an interception in the win over

Hawai’i ... five tackles and a fumble recovery at

Nebraska ... six stops and a forced fumble at Utah ... three tackles, including half

a sack, in the win over Colorado ... five tackles each at Stanford and vs. Arizona ...

six tackles each vs. Oregon and Oregon State ... five stops at USC ... three tackles

vs. Baylor in the Alamo Bowl ... served as a game captain for the Hawai’i game

... won the team’s Don James Perseverance Award at the postseason banquet.

2010: Started all 13 of the Huskies’ games in 2010 at one cornerback ... six tackles

and an interception in the overtime win over Oregon State ... season-best nine

tackles vs. Stanford ... seven tackles at Washington State ... three tackles, one for

a 14-yard loss, at Oregon ... five stops each at BYU and USC ... half a sack in the

Syracuse game.

2009: Came on early in the season to earn a starting spot at one cornerback position

and started the final nine games of the season ... played in all 12 ... one of

10 Husky true freshmen to see action in 2009 ... won the Travis Spring Most Outstanding

Freshman Award at the team’s postseason banquet ... honorable mention

All-Pac-10 ... named to The Sporting News freshman All-Pac-10 team ... after seeing

significant action in the first three games of the year, picked up first starting

assignment at Stanford ... the following week at Notre Dame, had six tackles,

including one for a loss, and scored on a 17-yard fumble recovery ... in the win over

Arizona, had four tackles, one for loss, and a 32-yard return of an interception on

Arizona’s final drive of the game, securing the UW victory ... four tackles at ASU

and three vs. Oregon ... seven tackles (all solo) and an interception at UCLA ... also

had seven tackles (all solo again) the following week at Oregon State ... seven

tackles in the 42-10 win over 19th-ranked California.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team all-state by the Seattle Times following his

senior season ... also earned a spot on the Seattle Times’ preseason all-state team

... named to the All-Narrows League first team as both a running back and cornerback

as a senior ... posted 47 tackles and eight interceptions as a junior, when he

was an All-Narrows League first-team cornerback ... named a “red chip” prospect

by the Seattle Times ... named a “Northwest Nugget” honorable mention by the

Tacoma News-Tribune ... chosen by rivals.com as the No. 56 cornerback prospect

in the nation ... tabbed as the nation’s No. 70 cornerback recruit by scout.com ...

listed as the No. 108 prospect in the west by superprep.com ... a younger brother

of former Washington State star and current Seattle Seahawks cornerback Marcus

Trufant ... another older brother, Isaiah, played football at Eastern Washington

and for the New York Jets ... also a standout long jumper and triple jumper on the

Rams’ track team ... took second place in the 4A state track meet in the triple jump

(46 feet, 5.75 inches) and 11th in the long jump (21 feet, 2.25 inches) as a junior

in 2008 ... also played basketball at Wilson, earning second-team all-league as a

junior ... played football for coach Don Clegg.

DESMOND TRUFANT’S CAREER STATISTICS

INTERCEPTIONS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2009 12 2 45 0 32 22.5 3.8

2010 13 1 5 0 5 5.0 0.4

2011 13 2 7 0 7 3.5 0.5

TOTAL 38 5 57 0 32 11.4 1.5

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2009 12 44 3 47 2.0-3 8 0 1 0

2010 13 34 14 48 1.5-16 5 0 1 0

2011 13 46 18 64 0.5-5 16 2 2 0

TOTAL 38 124 35 159 4.0-24 29 2 4 0

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#65 Siosifa Tufunga

RS-Freshman • OL

Long Beach, Calif.

(Long Beach Jordan)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW.

HIGH SCHOOL: Won the Moore League Offensive

Lineman of the Year as a senior ... secondteam

All-CIF Southern Section ... helped Panthers

advance to the CIF Southern Section Pac 5 playoffs

as a senior ... second-team All-Moore League

as a junior, when he played alongside current Huskies Princeton Fuimaono and

John Timu ... a PrepStar All-Region selection ... rated the No. 83 offensive guard

recruit in the country by scout.com ... played for coach Thomas Barnes.

#90 Taniela Tupou

RS-Freshman • DL

marysville, Wash.

(Archbishop murphy)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at

the UW ... named a game captain for the game

at Utah.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the Associated Press

2A all-state first team as a defensive lineman and

to the second team as a tight end ... made the

Seattle Times all-state team (all levels) in 2010

... earned Cascade Conference Defensive Player of the Year and first-team All-

Cascade at both tight end and defensive line as a senior ... named to the USA

under-19 national team that played in the Team USA-Team World game ... played

in the All-Polynesian All-America game after senior season ... helped lead Wildcats

to a 13-1 overall record and a 7-0 league mark as a senior in 2010 ... Murphy

advanced to 2A state title game before falling to Tumwater ... first-team Associated

Press all-state defensive lineman as a junior ... also made Seattle Times

“Star Times” all-area team as a junior ... led team to state semifinals as a junior

... ranked the No. 285 overall prospect (all positions) and the No. 30 defensive end

in the nation by scout.com ... rated the No. 6 overall recruit in Washington and

the No. 32 strongside defensive end in the country by rivals.com ... a PrepStar

All-Region selection ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” list

of top recruits in the West ... one of five seniors from the state named a “blue-chip

prospect” by the Seattle Times ... an honorable mention “Northwest Nugget” from

the News-Tribune ... played for coach Dave Ward.

#50 Thomas Tutogi

Junior • LB

Chula Vista, Calif.

(Chula Vista/

Southwestern JC)

2011: Played in all 13 games as a key special

teams player and as a backup linebacker ... served

as a game captain for the Arizona game ... blocked

a punt that was returned for a TD on WSU’s first

drive of the Apple Cup ... season-high four tackles

at Stanford ... two tackles each vs. EWU, Hawai’i,

Colorado, USC, Oregon State and WSU ... won the

Apple Cup Big Play of the Game Award at the team’s postseason banquet.

JUNIOR COLLEGE & HIGH SCHOOL: Enrolled at the UW in January and will be

a true sophomore in 2011 ... played the 2010 season at Southwestern ... earned

first-team all-league honors ... finished the 2010 season with 120 total tackles,

good for third in the Southern California Football Association ... also fourth in the

league with 17.5 tackles for loss ... was once named his conference’s all-purpose

player of the week after a game in which he scored two touchdowns while also

notching 18 tackles and a forced fumble ... played fullback and linebacker at Chula

Vista High ... as a senior, posted 140 tackles and scored 12 touchdowns ... in 2009,

his final season, helped lead the Spartans to a 4-1 league record and a trip to the

playoffs ... earned first-team All-Mesa League and second-team All-San Diego

Section ... rated the No. 21 junior college prospect in the nation (all positions) by

rivals.com ... older brother Taimi plays at Arizona ... played for coach Ed Carberry

at Southwestern and coach Judd Rachow at Chula Vista.

THOMAS TUTOGI’S CAREER STATISTICS

TACKLES G UA A TOTAL TFL PD FF FR BLK

2011 13 9 10 19 0.0-0 0 0 0 1

#14 Thomas Vincent

RS-Freshman • QB

Seattle, Wash.

(king’s)

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2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW ... enrolled at Washington in spring of 2011,

and participated in spring football.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named first-team 1A all-state

all-purpose as a senior, also earning honorable

mention all-state at quarterback ... named the

Cascade Conference Offensive Player of the Year

in 2010 ... also named to the Seattle Times’ all-area team as a defensive back ...

as a senior, passed for 1,843 yards, 25 touchdowns and only four interceptions

on 117-of-197 passing while also rushing for 1,509 yards and 26 scores on 182

carries ... had back-to-back games of 234 and 268 rushing yards vs. Orting and

Montesano as a senior, rushing for four scores in each, as a senior ... led team

to a 10-2 record and a berth in the state 1A quarterfinals as a senior in 2010 ...

named MVP of the Cascade Conference and first-team 1A all-state quarterback as

a junior in 2009 ... as a junior, threw for 2,584 yards, 41 touchdowns and nine INTs

on while rushing for 1,621 yards and 18 touchdowns on 205 carries ... team went

8-4 and advanced to the state semifinals in 2009 ... threw for 429 yards in a game

vs. Cedarcrest as a junior ... rushed for 200 or more yards three times in 2009, with

a high of 252 vs. Granite Falls ... passed for 1,538 yards and rushed for 728 as a

sophomore in 2008 ... also an all-league catcher on the baseball team ... played

football for Coach Jim Shapiro at King’s.


#45 Corey Waller

RS-Freshman • DE

Long Beach, Calif.

(Long Beach poly)

2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW ... served as a game captain for the Stanford

and USC games.

HIGH SCHOOL: Missed a significant portion of

senior season due to injury ... nonetheless helped

lead Jackrabbits to an 8-3 record as a senior ...

advanced to the CIF Southern Section Pac-5 playoffs

... led team to second round of the playoffs as a junior, when he posted 82

tackles and 10 sacks ... member of the 2008 Poly team that went 14-1, won the CIF

Southern Section Pac 5 title and played in the CIF Open Division Bowl, its only loss

of the year ... ranked the No. 31 outside linebacker in the country by scout.com ...

rated as the No. 19 OLB in the country and the No. 32 overall recruit in California

by rivals.com ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” list of top recruits

in the West ... a PrepStar All-Region selection ... played for coach Raul Lara.

#32 Tre Watson

Junior • CB

Seattle, Wash.

(kennedy/

Central Washington)

2011: Redshirted the season due to NCAA transfer

rules ... joined the team as an invited walk-on

at the start of fall camp in 2011.

AT CENTRAL WASHINGTON: Started 10 of

11 games (played in all 11) at CWU in 2010 ...

credited with 28 total tackles ... also recovered a

fumble, forced another and blocked a kick ... had one interception and returned it

for 40 yards ... helped Wildcats to an 8-3 overall record and a 7-1 mark in the Great

Northwest Athletic Conference ...

AT WEST HILLS COLLEGE: Played in all 10 games as a freshman at West Hills

in 2009 ... notched 34 total tackles (fourth on team) with six pass break-ups ...

intercepted two passes, returning one for a touchdown ... also returned kicks and

punts.

HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior in 2008, helped lead Kennedy to a 9-2 record, a Seamount

League title and a state quarterfinal berth … named to the Seattle Times’

all-state (all divisions) team as a running back as a senior, when he averaged 12

yards per carry and scored 35 touchdowns … finished senior season with 1,818

rushing yards and was the Lancers’ No. 2 tackler … named to the All-Seamount

League first team on both sides of the ball as a senior … as a junior, earned firstteam

all-league on special teams and second-team on both offense and defense

… honorable mention All-Seamount as a sophomore … also a standout basketball

player … earned honorable mention All-Seamount as a junior and senior …

played football for coach Bob Bourgette at Kennedy.

2012 ReTuRNeRS

#2 kasen Williams

Sophomore • WR

Sammamish, Wash.

(Skyline)

2011: True freshman saw action in all 13 games,

starting vs. Nebraska, USC and Baylor ... also the

Huskies’ main punt returner ... scored a touchdown

in first career game, the season opener vs.

EWU ... had a terrific game in the Apple Cup with

five catches for 74 yards and two touchdowns ...

season-highs for receptions (six) and yards (79)

vs. Oregon, when he also had a TD catch ... five

catches for 44 yards and one touchdown at USC ... three receptions for 54 yards

at Oregon State ... 2 receptions for 30 yards and a score in the win at Utah ... two

receptions for 60 yards in the victory over Arizona ... three receptions for 19 yards,

plus two punt returns for 53 yards (including a 46-yarder) in the Alamo Bowl vs.

Baylor.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named the Parade All-America National Player of the Year, the

first player from Washington ever so honored ... named MaxPrep.com’s National

Athlete of the Year (all sports) for 2010-11 ... also named a first-team All-American

by USA Today, ESPN and MaxPreps.com ... the state’s player of the year (all levels),

according to the Associated Press ... Gatorade State Football Player of the Year in

2010 and in Track and Field for 2011 (spring) ... two-time Seattle Times all-state

selection and the newspaper’s state player of the year as a senior ... named the

Seattle Times’ boy’s athlete of the year three years in a row (all sports) ... threetime

member of the Times’ “Star Times” all-area team ... KingCo 4A Crest Division

Offensive Player of the Year, first-team All-KingCo wide receiver and second-team

kick/punt returner in 2010 ... played in the U.S. Army All-America Bowl following

senior season ... helped lead Skyline to the state title game four times, winning

three state championships ... Spartans went 12-2 and reached the state final his

senior year in 2010 ... finished career with 4,121 receiving yards and 56 receiving

touchdowns on 235 receptions ... yards and receptions totals were fourth in state

history and TDs ranked third all-time ... caught 86 passes for 1,579 yards and 21

touchdowns as a senior in 2010 ... won the 4A state title in the triple jump as a

senior, setting a state record with a leap of 50-feet, 9 1/4-inches ... also won the

state high jump (6-feet, 10-inches) and long jump (24-feet, 5 1/4 inches) titles in

2011 ... first-team All-KingCo 4A Crest wide receiver and second-team safety and

returner as a junior ... first-team AP all-state receiver as a junior ... notched 1,209

yards and 20 TDs as a junior ... caught three touchdown passes in the state title

game in 2009 ... won the state championship in the triple jump (47-6) and was

second in the high jump and triple jump as a junior ... first-team All-KingCo wide

receiver and second-team defensive back as a sophomore ... caught 56 passes for

909 yards and 13 TDs as a sophomore ... caught winning touchdown in the state

title win over Bothell in 2008 ... won the state 4A championship in the high jump

(6-10), took second in the triple jump and third in the long jump as a sophomore ...

rated the No. 22 overall prospect (all positions) and the No. 2 wide receiver in the

nation by scout.com ... listed as the nation’s No. 98 overall prospect by rivals.com,

which also listed him as the No. 2 prospect in Washington and the No. 13 receiver

in the country ... the No. 70 overall recruit in the nation according to ESPN.com ...

member of the PrepStar “Dream Team” as one of the country’s top 150 prospects

... named to the Long Beach Press-Telegram’s “Best in the West” first team ... one

of five seniors from the state named a “blue-chip prospect” by the Seattle Times ...

one of just eight players from the Pacific Northwest named a “Northwest Nugget”

by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western

100” list of top recruits in the West ... son of former UW standout wide receiver

Aaron Williams, who earned four letters (1979-82) for the Huskies ... also a standout

basketball player at Skyline ... played football for coach Mat Taylor.

KASEN WILLIAMS’ CAREER STATISTICS

RECEIVING G REC YARDS TD LONG REC/G AVG/C AVG/G

2011 13 36 427 6 53 2.8 11.9 32.8

PUNT RETURNS G NO. YARDS TD LONG AVG/R AVG/G

2011 13 15 144 0 46 9.6 11.1

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#18 erik Wilson

Junior • QB

Redondo Beach, Calif.

(Redondo union)

2011: Didn’t see any game action during the season.

2010: Joined the team as an invited walkon for

the start of fall, 2010 camp ... didn’t see any game

action ... had technically already redshirted in

2009, prior to arrival at the UW.

HIGH SCHOOL: Missed a significant portion of

senior season at Redondo Union due to collar bone injury suffered in preseason

practice ... played in the South Bay “Lions” All-Star game following his senior year

... as a junior, led the Sea Hawks to the second round of the playoffs ... won the

Bay League co-championship and was the first-team all-league quarterback as a

junior in 2007 ... played for coach Gene Simon.

#29 Willis Wilson

Sophomore • TB

Lakewood, Wash.

(Lakes)

2011: Did not see any action during the season.

2010: Joined the team as an invited walkon for

the start of fall, 2010 camp ... earned the Huskies’

Brian Stapp Special Teams Scout Player of the

Year at the postseason awards banquet ... didn’t

see any game action and redshirted his true freshman

season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Named a 3A first-team all-state running back as a senior at Lakes

... also named the South Puget Sound League’s Offensive Back of the Year in 2009

... rushed for 1,425 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior ... also played defensive

back and returned kicks ... second-team all-league running back a junior ... helped

lead Lakes to a 12-1 record and a 3A state semifinal as a senior in 2009 ... played

in the East-West All-Star Game following senior year ... helped Lakes to the first

round of the state tournament as a sophomore and to the state semifinals his junior

year ... teamed with fellow current Huskies Sione Potoa’e and Jamaal Kearse

at Lakes ... played football for coach Dave Miller.

#30 evan Zeger

RS-Freshman • LB

Las Vegas, Nev.

(Bishop Gorman)

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2011: Redshirted his true freshman season at the

UW ... served as a game captain against Cal.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned Associated Press firstteam

all-state ... named first-team All-Sunset

Conference as a defensive back and second-team

as a wide receiver as a senior in 2010 ... helped

lead Gaels to a 13-2 overall record and a class

4A state championship as a senior in 2010 ... Bishop Gorman beat McQueen, 40-

0, in state title game ... played at Skyline High near Seattle as a junior, helping

Spartans to the state championship in 2009 ... named first-team 4A all-state as

a defensive back by the Associated Press following his junior year at Skyline ...

also first-team All-KingCo Crest Division as a junior ... attended Bishop Gorman

as a sophomore ... listed as the No. 28 safety prospect in the country and the

No. 4 recruit in Nevada by rivals.com ... ranked the No. 35 safety in the nation by

scout.com ... a PrepStar All-Region selection ... played for coach Tony Sanchez at

Gorman.


#99 Josh Banks

Junior • DT

Stockton, Calif. (St. mary’s/

San Joaquin Delta College)

Earned first-team All-California and was named Defensive MVP of the Valley Conference

as a sophomore in 2011 ... first-team all-state and all-conference selection

as both a freshman and as a sophomore ... totaled 32 tackles, including a teamhigh

15.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks, in 2011 ... also credited with 11 quarterback

hurries in 2011, most on the team ... had four sacks in a game vs. San Jose

and four-and-a-half tackles for loss in a game vs. Reedley ... helped St. Mary’s

High to an 12-3 record as a senior in 2008 ... helped Rams to the CIF San Joaquin

Section Division I championship, beating Pleasant Grove 36-14 in the title game

... that 2008 team went on to play in the CIF State Bowl Division II Championship

game ... helped lead Rams to the section title game as a junior ... ranked the No.

37 JC recruit in the nation by SuperPrep ... played for coach Gary Barlow at San

Joaquin Delta and for coach Tony Franks at St. Mary’s.

#9 Brandon Beaver

Freshman • CB

Compton, Calif.

(Dominguez)

Named first-team All-CIF Southern Section Western Division following senior

season ... earned a spot on the Long Beach Press-Telegram “Dream Team” after

2011 season ... four picks and 38 tackles as a senior ... named to the L.A. Wave

newspaper’s all-area first team ... played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl after

his senior year ... as a junior, Dominguez went 10-2 overall, made it to the playoff

quarterfinals and won the league title ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s

“Western 100” listing of the top 100 recruits in the western U.S. ... listed as the

No. 12 prospect in Southern California by PrepStar ... ranked the No. 22 overall

prospect in California, the No. 143 recruit in the nation and the No. 12 cornerback

in the nation by rivals.com ... also a standout basketball player at Dominguez ...

played football for coach Willie Donerson.

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#60 Shane Brostek

Freshman • OL

kamuela, Hawai’i

(Hawai’i prep)

First-team All-Big Island and first-team all-state as a senior offensive lineman

... also played defensive line (honorable mention All-Big Island in 2011) and occasionally

fullback ... rated the No. 9 recruit in the state by rivals.com ... ranked

the No. 71 offensive guard prospect in the nation and the No. 3 overall recruit

in his state by scout.com ... also a standout on the HPA track team, having won

both the discus and shot at the Hawai’i state championships as a junior in 2011

... son of former Husky All-America offensive lineman Bern Brostek, who started

at center for the UW from 1986-89 ... Bern was a first-round draft pick and played

eight season for the Rams in the NFL ... played football for coach Jordan Hayslip.

#46 Travis Coons

Junior • PK

Alta Loma, Calif. (Alta Loma/

mt. San Antonio College)

Helped Mounties to a 10-2 overall record, the Southern California championship

and a trip to the California state title game ... ranked the No. 3 kicking prospect by

Chris Sailer Kicking and at one point was named the top kicker at a Sailer showcase

event in spring of 2011 ... played for coach Robert Jastrab at Mt. SAC and for

coach Jose Fuentes at Alta Loma.

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#74 Nathan Dean

Freshman • OL

kirkland, Wash.

(Juanita)

Three-year starter for Juanita ... named first-team Associated Press 3A all-state

offensive line as a senior in 2011 ... named to the Seattle Times’ “Star Times”

all-area team in 2011 ... played in the Semper Fidelis Bowl in Phoenix following

senior season ... as a junior, helped the Rebels to a 10-2 overall record and a berth

in the state playoffs ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” ...

listed as a “red chip” recruit by the Seattle Times ... listed as the No. 9 prospect in

Washington and the No. 64 offensive tackle in the country by rivals.com ... rated

the No. 68 OT in the nation and the No. 7 recruit in Washington by scout.com ...

also played basketball ... played football for coach Shawn Tarantola.

#46 korey Durkee

Freshman • P

Gig Harbor, Wash.

(Gig Harbor)

Named first-team Associated Press 4A all-state punter as a senior in 2011 ... averaged

45.9 yards per punt as a senior, when he had only six punts returned against

him ... also named all-state (all levels) by the Seattle Times and the Tacoma News-

Tribune ... first-team All-Narrows League at both kicker and punter as a senior ...

also made 11 of 13 field goal attempts with a long of 52 yards ... kicked six field

goals of 45 yards or longer over final two seasons ... listed as a “red chip” recruit

by the Seattle Times ... one of 11 recruits in the Pacific Northwest named a “Northwest

Nugget” by the Tacoma News-Tribune ... also named to the Tacoma News-

Tribune’s “Western 100” listing of the top 100 recruits in the western U.S. ... also

the state’s 4A goalkeeper of the year in soccer ... named the News-Tribune’s Soccer

Player of the Year as a junior ... played football for coach Darren McKay.

#52 Jake eldrenkamp

Freshman • OL

medina, Wash.

(Bellevue)

Won 3A state championships in all four varsity seasons at Bellevue ... named to

the Tacoma News-Tribune’s all-state team prior to 2011 season ... as a senior,

Wolverines posted a perfect 14-0 record and cruised to the state championship ...

as a junior in 2010, helped lead Bellevue to a 13-1 overall record and a state title

... in 2009, helped Wolverines to a 12-2 record and the state championship ... as

a freshman in 2008, Wolverines went 13-0 and cruised to the state title ... named

a red-chip prospect by the Seattle Times ... rated the No. 13 prospect in the state

of Washington by rivals.com ... the No. 60 offensive guard recruit in the nation

and No. 8 prospect in Washington, according to scout.com ... finalist for the 2011

Seattle-King County National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete of the Year ...

played football for coach Butch Goncharoff.

#69 Cory Fuavai

Freshman • OL

Auburn, Wash.

(Auburn)

Chosen as the South Puget Sound League 4A North Offensive Lineman of the

Year as a senior in 2011 ... named first-team Associated Press 4A all-state offensive

line as a senior in 2011 ... also earned all-area honors from the Tacoma

News-Tribune ... played in the Offense-Defense All-America Bowl ... second-team

All-SPSL 4A North as a junior in 2010 ... as a junior, helped Trojans to the state 4A

quarterfinals ... as a sophomore, Auburn was 11-1 and made it to the quarterfinals

as well ... a three-year starter for the Trojans ... listed as a “red chip” recruit by

the Seattle Times ... rated the No. 21 center in the country by scout.com ... played

for coach Gordon Elliot.

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#63 Taylor Hindy

Freshman • OL

West Hills, Calif.

(Chaminade prep)

Played offensive and defensive line and also handled the long snapping for the

Eagles ... named Mission League Co-Most Valuable Lineman as a senior in 2011

... helped lead the Eagles to a 10-3 record as a senior ... advanced to the semifinals

of the CIF Southern Section Western Division playoffs ... played in the L.A. Daily

News All-Star game following senior season ... named first-team All-Mission

League in 2010 ... as a junior, helped Chaminade to an 11-2 overall record and

a trip to the section semifinals ... named second-team All-Mission League as a

sophomore ... played for coach Ed Croson.

#5 Jeff Lindquist

Freshman • QB

mercer Island, Wash.

(mercer Island)

As a senior, completed 141 of 255 passes for 1,908 yards and 22 touchdowns, with

just seven interceptions ... also rushed for 826 yards and 12 scored on 147 carries

... helped lead Islanders to an 8-3 record and a berth in the state playoffs as a senior

... the KingCo 3A/2A Offensive Player of the Year and first-team all-league QB

in 2011 ... also named first-team Associated Press 3A all-state ... named MVP of

the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl ... threw two touchdown passes to lead the

West team to a 17-14 victory ... top game as a senior was vs. Seattle Prep, when

he threw for 335 yards on 31-of-47 passing while also rushing for 117 yards and

four touchdowns ... rushed for a season-high 159 yards vs. Bellevue ... first-team

all-league quarterback as a junior ... named the state’s athlete of the week in November

of 2010 after rushing for 221 yards and four touchdowns and passing for

289 and three scores in a win over Lake Washington ... earned honorable mention

All-KingCo as a freshman and as a sophomore ... ranked the No. 4 quarterback at

the 2011 ESPN Elite 11 Year of the Quarterback national competition ... also one

of two juniors named a “Super Seven” QB at the Steve Clarkson national “Super

Seven” competition in 2010 ... named a SuperPrep All-American ... one of just five

players in the state named a “blue chip” recruit by the Seattle Times ... listed on

the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” ... named a “Northwest Nugget” by

the Tacoma News-Tribune, one of only 11 players in the region to make the list

... rated the No. 5 recruit in the state of Washington and the No. 5 “dual threat”

quarterback in the nation by rivals.com ... the No. 158 overall prospect and the No.

8 QB recruit in the nation, according to scout.com, who also listed him No. 3 in

the state of Washington ... also an honorable mention all-league basketball player

and a sprinter on the Mercer Island track team ... finalist for the 2011 Seattle-King

County National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... played football

for coach Brett Ogata.

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#42 Cory Littleton

Freshman • LB

Spring Valley, Calif.

(mount miguel)

Named first-team All-CIF San Diego Section and first-team All-East County as

both a junior and senior at defensive end ... also the Grossmont Valley League

Defensive MVP in 2011 ... as a senior, helped Mount Miguel to an 8-2 record and a

berth in the quarterfinals of the CIF San Diego Section Division IV playoffs ... also

earned Defensive MVP of the Grossmont Valley League as a junior ... went 8-2-1

as a junior and also reached the section quarterfinals ... also played basketball ...

played football for coach Tom Karlo.

#4 Jaydon mickens

Freshman • WR

Los Angeles, Calif.

(Dorsey)

Earned first-team All-City as a running back in 2011 ... played quarterback, running

back and wide receiver during his career at Dorsey ... helped lead the Dons to

an 11-2 overall record and a trip to the semifinals of the CIF Los Angeles Section

Division I playoffs ... played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Game following

senior season, earning co-Most Valuable Player honors ... in 2010, earned secondteam

All-City as a wide receiver ... as a junior, helped Dorsey to a 10-2 record

and the City Section quarterfinals ... in 2009, sophomore year, Dorsey finished 9-4

and made it to the sectional semifinals ... made second-team All-City as a sophomore

... named a SuperPrep All-American ... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s

“Western 100” listing of the top 100 recruits in the western U.S. ... ranked the No.

11 “athlete” recruit in the nation, the No. 26 overall prospect in California and the

No. 142 overall recruit in the country by rivals.com ... rated the nation’s No. 45 WR

prospect and the No. 32 recruit in California by scout.com ... also a sprinter and

long jumper ... played football for coach Paul Knox.

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#10 Cyler miles

Freshman • QB

Centennial, Colo.

(mullen)

Twice named first-team All-Colorado (all-state, all levels) by the Denver Post ...

also named the top recruit in the state of Colorado by the Post ... named firstteam

5A all-state ... helped lead Mustangs to a 9-3 record and a trip to the third

round (quarterfinals) of the state tournament ... part of a team that won 34 straight

games (that streak ended early in the 2011 season) ... named co-MVP of the U.S.

Army All-America Bowl after completing 7-of-8 passes for 155 yards and a touchdown

while also rushing for one TD ... the TD pass was a 79-yard connection on a

third-and-38 play ... team went 14-0 and cruised to the state title his junior season

... completed 70.8 percent of his passes for 2,114 yards and 20 touchdowns as a

junior, also rushing for 255 yards and six TDs ... beat Regis Jesuit, 37-6, at Invesco

Field in the championship game ... also led Mullen to a 14-0 record and a state

title as a sophomore, beating 27-24, in the final game ... named to the Tacoma

News-Tribune’s “Western 100” ... rated the No. 25 recruit in the nation (all positions)

by SuperPrep ... listed as the No. 103 overall recruit in the nation and the

No. 5 “combo quarterback” prospect by Tom Lemming ... ranked the No. 1 recruit

in Colorado and No. 35 overall prospect in the nation, as well as the No. 2 dualthreat

QB in the nation by rivals.com ... rated the No. 13 QB recruit and the No.

224 overall prospect in the nation by scout.com, which also listed him No. 2 in the

state of Colorado ... played for coach Dave Logan.

#36 Blake Rodgers

Freshman • LB

Coto de Caza, Calif.

(Tesoro)

Name first-team All-Orange County, first-team All-CIF Southern Section Pac-5 and

first-team All-South Coast League as a senior ... posted 103 tackles, 13 and a half

for loss, and eight sacks in 2011 ... also played running back for Tesoro ... helped

lead the Titans to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Pac-5 playoffs as a

senior ... scored two touchdowns in the Titans’ 24-20 upset win over top-seed

Servite in the quarterfinals ... as a junior, earned second-team All-South Coast

League ... helped Titans to the quarterfinals of the Pac-5 playoffs in 2010 ... listed

as the No. 7 recruit in the county by the Orange County Register following senior

season ... ranked the No. 48 middle linebacker in the nation by scout.com ... rated

as the No. 100 overall prospect in California by rivals.com ... played for coach

Brian Barnes.

#23 kendyl Taylor

Freshman • WR

Chandler, Ariz.

(Hamilton)

Named Arizona’s Division I Player of the Year by Arizona Varsity (Rivals) and also

earned first-team All-Arizona at wide receiver by the Arizona Republic as a senior

... named the state’s fourth-best player by the Republic heading into senior season

... also first-team All-Tribune, from the East Valley Tribune ... caught 87 passes for

1,132 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior in 2011 ... also rushed for 558 yards on

only 68 carries ... also handled the punting and returns ... as a senior, helped lead

the Huskies to a 13-1 overall record, the lone loss coming in the Division I state

championship game, breaking a nation-leading 53-game winning streak ... caught

11 passes for 123 yards and two TDs in the championship game ... rushed for 138

yards on 16 carries and also caught 10 passes for 101 yards in a win over Basha,

making him the first player in school history to reach 100 yards in each category

in the same game ... caught 13 passes for 140 yards, both season highs, in the

season opener vs. Mountain Pointe ... scored in 13 of the Huskies’ 14 games ... as

a junior, led Hamilton to a 15-0 record and the state championship, capped with

a 21-13 victory over Desert Ridge in the title game ... named first-team all-region

and honorable mention all-state in 2010 ... as a junior, rushed for 784 yards on 73

carries with nine touchdowns and caught 48 passes for 713 yards and five scores

... ran for 103 yards and a score and also caught four passes for 34 yards in the

state championship game ... had season-high 138 yards receiving in back-to-back

games in 2010 ... as a sophomore in 2009, helped Huskies to a 14-0 record and a

state championship as Hamilton blanked Mesa, 35-0 in the title game ... listed on

the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” ... listed as the No. 25 “athlete” in the

nation by Tom Lemming ... rated the No. 24 “athlete” in the nation and the No. 7

recruit in Arizona by rivals.com ... scout.com’s No. 72 wide receiver recruit in Arizona

and the No. 7 prospect in Arizona ... comes from a football family, as father,

Keith, played at Illinois before a nine-year NFL career ... brother, Kerry, played at

Arizona State and is now on the Vikings’ practice squad ... uncle, John Taylor, was

a two-time Pro Bowl wide receiver and three-time Super Bowl champion with

the San Francisco 49ers ... also a sprinter on the Hamilton track team ... played

football for coach Steve Belles.

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#7 Shaq Thompson

Freshman • S

Sacramento, Calif.

(Grant)

Named first-team All-America by rivals.com, Parade Magazine and USA Today ...

one of six finalists for the U.S. Army National Player of the Year award ... earned

second-team All-America from maxpreps.com and Sports Illustrated ... named the

area’s player of the year by the Sacramento Bee ... also the Player of the Year in

the Delta Valley League ... played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl after his

senior year ... totaled 57 tackles as a senior while also rushing for 1,134 yards and

15 touchdowns on 120 carries and passing for 893 yards and eight scores ... also

punted ... helped lead Grant to an 8-4 record and the quarterfinals of the CIF Sac-

Joaquin Section Division I playoffs in 2011 ... rushed for a season-high 227 yards

and two TDs on just 16 carries in a win over Franklin in 2011 ... as a junior, helped

lead Pacers to a 13-1 record and a run to the Sac-Joaquin Division II championship

game ... rushed for 1,882 yards and 25 touchdowns on 164 carries as a junior ...

named the Delta Valley League MVP as a junior ... scored 29 touchdowns in all ...

as a sophomore, helped Pacers to a 12-1 overall record ... named to the Tacoma

News-Tribune’s “Western 100” ... ranked the No. 1 safety and the No. 3 overall

prospect in the country by scout.com ... listed as the No. 1 safety in the nation,

No. 4 overall recruit in the country and the No. 1 prospect in the state of California

by rivals.com ... rated the No. 4 recruit in the country by SuperPrep, which also

named him the Far West Defensive Player of the Year ... also a sprinter and long

jumper and a standout baseball player ... drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the 18th

round of the 2012 MLB Draft and played for the Sox’ rookie-level team in the Gulf

Coast League in the summer of 2012 ... played football for coach Mike Alberghini.

#66 Damion Turpin

Freshman • DT

Compton, Calif.

(Dominguez)

As a senior, helped lead the Dons to the San Gabriel Valley League title and the

first round of the CIF Southern Section Western Division playoffs ... named to

the Long Beach Press-Telegram “Dream Team” after 2011 season ... 48 tackles

and eight sacks as a senior ... in 2010, named first-team All-CIF Southern Section

Western Division ... as a junior, Dominguez went 10-2 overall, made it to

the playoff quarterfinals and won the league title ... ranked the No. 66 defensive

end prospect in the country and the No. 74 prospect in California by scout.com ...

played for coach Willie Donerson.

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#44 pio Vatuvei

Freshman • DE

patterson, Calif.

(patterson)

Earned Division II All-State first-team honors from maxpreps.com ... also named

to Cal-Hi Sports’ medium-sized schools all-state team ... first-team All-Western

Athletic Conference ... played defensive end and fullback ... helped lead Tigers to

a 7-4 record and a berth in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division III playoffs ... as

a junior, helped Patterson to an 11-2 overall record and the section semifinals ...

named the Western Athletic Conference Outstanding Defensive Lineman in 2010

... named to the Tacoma News-Tribune’s “Western 100” ... rated the No. 11 weakside

defensive end recruit, the No. 145 overall prospect in the nation and the No.

23 overall prospect in California by rivals.com ... ranked the No. 43 defensive end

in the nation and the No. 62 prospect in California by scout.com ... also a basketball

player at Patterson ... played football for coach Nick Marchy.

#3 Cleveland Wallace

Freshman • CB

San Jose, Calif.

(Oak Grove)

Named Co-Defensive Player of the Year of the Blossom Valley Athletic League

Mt. Hamilton Division as a senior in 2011 ... also named first-team all-area by the

San Jose Mercury-News and third-team all-state by Cal-Hi Sports ... played running

back, wide receiver, defensive back, kick returner and punter at Oak Grove ...

credited with 54 tackles and five interceptions as a senior ... caught 25 passes for

494 yards and six TDs and rushed 49 times for 336 yards and two scores ... helped

Eagles to a 9-2 record and a berth in the CIF Central Coast Section Open Division

quarterfinals ... played in the Cal State All-Star Game following senior season ... in

2010, Eagles went 8-3 and made the playoffs ... rushed 50 times for 532 yards and

six TDs while catching 29 passes for 512 yards and nine scores as a junior, when

he earned second-team all-state from Cal-Hi Sports and first-team Mercury-News

all-area .... had six interceptions and 48 tackles as a sophomore in 2009, when he

was named Mount Hamilton Division sophomore of the year ... rated the No. 42

cornerback prospect in the nation and the No. 55 recruit in California by scout.com

... ranked the No. 84 overall recruit in the state of California by rivals.com ... listed

as the No. 6 recruit on the Contra Costa Times’ “Cream of the Crop” listing of the

top prospects in the Bay Area ... also a sprinter, hurdler and high jumper on the

track team ... played football for coach Jay Braun.

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#35 Darien Washington

Freshman • DB

Norwalk, Calif.

(Orange Lutheran)

Rated the No. 12 prospect in the county by the Orange County Register following

senior season ... named the top defensive back in the county by the Orange County

Register heading into his senior year ... earned first-team All-Trinity League as a

junior ... ranked the No. 78 recruit in California and the No. 60 cornerback in the

nation by rivals.com ... also a standout high jumper on the track team ... won the

league high jump championship (6 feet, 2 inches) and finished second in Orange

County (6-4) as a junior ... also competed in long jump and triple jump ... played

for coach Jim Kunau.

#12 Dwayne Washington

Freshman • WR

Lakewood, Calif.

(Gahr)

Named to the Long Beach Press-Telegram “Dream Team” after 2011 season ...

finished senior season with 66 catches for 1,338 yards (20-plus yards per catch)

and 15 touchdowns ... posted 100 or more yards receiving in nine of 10 games as

a senior ... 10 receptions for a season-high 205 yards and two TDs in a win over

Lynwood ... had seven catches for 195 yards and three scores in season-opening

win over Long Beach Millikan ... five receptions for 190 yards and two scores vs.

Northwood and seven catches for 160 and three TDs vs. Artesia ... helped lead

Gladiators to a 7-3 overall record in 2011 ... also a sprinter and long jumper on the

track team ... played football for coach Greg Marshall.

#20 erich Wilson II

Freshman • TB

east palo Alto, Calif.

(Serra)

Had a tremendous senior season at Serra, rushing for 2,106 yards (a school record)

and 33 touchdowns on 226 carries ... broke the single-season record on final career

carry, in the CIF sectional title game ... averaged 9.3 yards per rush and 162

yards per game ... broke Serra’s career touchdowns record held by Pro Football

Hall of Famer Lynn Swann (38), finishing with 52 ... broke that record with a 99yard

kickoff return ... also broke the school record for career rushing yards, finishing

with 3,361 ... named the San Mateo County Player of the Year by the San Jose

Mercury News and the county’s offensive player of the year by the San Mateo

County Daily News ... also the All-West Catholic Athletic League first-team running

back ... opened the 2011 season with six TDs and 176 yards on just 12 carries

in a win over Wilcox ... ran for a 244 yards and four touchdowns on only 13 carries

vs. St. Ignatius ... topped that the following week with a season-best 248 yards

and three TDs on 26 carries vs. Archbishop Mitty ... also surpassed 200 yards

rushing with 228 on 20 carries vs. Milpitas ... scored in all 13 games and scored

multiple TDs in 11 of 13 as a senior ... led team to an 11-2 overall record and the

CIF Central Coast Section Division I championship as a senior ... as a junior, rushed

for 923 yards and 10 touchdowns despite missing about half of the season with an

injury ... earned the No. 10 spot on the Contra Costa Times’ “Cream of the Crop”

listing of the top recruits in the Bay Area ... also a standout sprinter on the track

team ... played football for coach Patrick Walsh.

#28 psalm Wooching

Freshman • FB

kailua-kona, Hawai’i

(kealakehe)

Played linebacker and running back at Kealakehe ... rushed for 812 yards and 15

touchdowns on 126 carries in 2011, despite missing the early part of the season

... helped team to a 10-2 record and the Big Island Interscholastic Federation title

as a senior, when the Waveriders represented the Big Island in the Division I state

championships ... named honorable mention all-state by the Honolulu Advertiser

... in the BIIF title game, rushed for 250 yards and three TDs in a win over Keaau

... in 2010, also helped lead Waveriders to a 10-2 record and a spot in the Hawai’i

state championship playoffs ... as a junior, rushed for 989 yards on 130 carries

(7.6 yards per carry), with 10 touchdowns ... named all-conference and was a

finalist for conference player of the year as a junior ... ranked the No. 4 recruit in

Hawai’i and the No. 49 running back in the country by rivals.com ... ranked the No.

9 fullback in the country and the No. 6 prospect in Hawai’i by scout.com ... also a

standout rugby player, a sprinter on the track team and a member of the basketball

team at Kealakehe ... played rugby for the Kona Bulls and participated in a training

camp in New Zealand in 2011 ... played for coach Sam Kekuaokalani.

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Steve Sarkisian

Head Coach

BYu ’97

Fourth Season at uW

In a frequently-told tale, Husky football coach

Steve Sarkisian recalls his days as a young assistant

traveling to face Washington at Husky

Stadium. During the drive across Lake Washington,

with the iconic home of the Dawgs towering

ahead, Sarkisian marveled aloud at the city,

the stadium and the atmosphere surrounding the

UW program. A decade or so later, Sarkisian is in

charge of the Washington football program he was admiring that day. And in just

three years, he has re-established the kind of tough, exciting environment that was

then, and is again now, so closely associated with the Husky football.

The 2011 season, Sarkisian’s third as head coach, provided more highlights for

his up-and-coming program. The Husky offense posted one of its most prolific seasons

ever, scoring 434 points over the course of the season, the most by a UW

squad since the 1991 national championship team and the second-most in school

history. Quarterback Keith Price shattered several key school passing records,

including touchdowns (33), completion percentage (.669) and passing efficiency

(161.9). Sarkisian’s offense also featured tailback Chris Polk, who became the second

Husky in history to rush for 1,000 yards in three different seasons, finishing the

year with 1,488 rushing yards, second-most in Washington lore.

The Huskies scored nearly 12 more points per game than they did the previous

year. They also had marked improvement in passing yards (65 more yards per game)

and total offense (47 more yards per game), while the team’s third-down percentage

improved vastly over the previous season, from 32 to 46 percent.

Sarkisian coached his team to a third straight win over Washington State in the

annual Apple Cup to remain undefeated against the UW’s in-state rival and to wrap

up a 7-5 regular-season record and 5-4 mark in the Pac-12 North. The Huskies secured

a berth in the Valero Alamo Bowl, the No. 2 game in the Pac-12 bowl lineup,

where they and the Baylor Bears put on one of the greatest offense slugfests in

bowl-game history.

In 2010, Sarkisian’s second season in Seattle, the Huskies made another clear

step forward. The Dawgs went 7-6 overall and finished third in the Pac-10 Conference

with a 5-4 record. Then, in the Holiday Bowl, Washington provided one of the

bowl season’s top games, beating an 18th-ranked Nebraska squad, 19-7.

The win over the Cornhuskers was the last of a series of exciting, gutsy victories

in 2010. The season included three Husky wins decided on the very last play of the

game, plus another in which the winning score came inside the final minute. On

Oct. 2, the Huskies traveled to face a USC team with revenge on its mind, having

fallen the previous year in the final seconds in Seattle. But the UW repeated the

feat, this time leaving no time at all on the clock as Erik Folk’s 32-yard field goal

capped a 61-yard drive and a 32-31 victory over the Trojans.

Two weeks later in Seattle, Washington eked out a 35-34, double-overtime victory

over Oregon State. The game ended when the Beavers’ pass attempt on a

two-point try fell incomplete. With their backs against the wall in terms of a bowl

berth, the Huskies closed out the season in dramatic fashion. After beating UCLA,

24-7, in a nationally televised Thursday night game at Husky Stadium, Washington

went on the road for the final two weeks.

At California on Nov. 27, Sarkisian made perhaps his boldest play call of the year.

With the Dawgs trailing 13-10 on the Bears’ one-yard line with only two seconds

left, Sarkisian bypassed what would have been a game-tying field goal and went

for broke, giving the ball to tailback Chris Polk, who plunged over the goal line to

give Washington a 16-13 victory. Finally, in the annual Apple Cup in Pullman, Jake

Locker’s 27-yard touchdown toss to Jermaine Kearse with 44 seconds remaining

propelled the Huskies to a 35-28 win over the Cougars and granted the Dawgs their

first bowl berth since 2002.

Sarkisian was introduced as the new head coach of the Washington football

team on Dec. 8, 2008. From the start, Sarkisian made it clear that he didn’t think it

would take long to turn the program around and get it back to the high level of success

that UW football has enjoyed throughout its history. In his first season, 2009,

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he seemed to prove that he was right.

Washington, which posted a winless season for the first time in school history

the year before Sarkisian signed on, surged to a 5-7 record in 2009, an improvement

of five victories over the previous year. No BCS-conference school in the

nation could boast such improvement in terms of wins in 2009. And, Sarkisian’s

Husky squad pulled off that feat against a schedule that included 10 opponents

who ended the season bowl-eligible.

Improvements came in nearly every category. Washington scored 26.1 points per

game, nearly double their per-game average in 2008 (13.2). Meanwhile, UW opponents

scored nearly 12 fewer points per game, dropping from an average of 38.6

to 26.7. Thus, the Huskies’ average scoring margin made a drastic improvement

of nearly 25 points. Total offense was up more than 110 yards per game while

total defense improved to the tune of 62 fewer yards per game allowed. Rushing

offense, rushing defense, passing offense, punting, punt returns, sacks, turnovers

and third-down conversion rate, among others, all made marked improvement.

But most of all, owing to Coach Sarkisian’s stated top goal, the Huskies played

hard and earned respect from each and every opponent. The result was not only

more wins, but a reinvigorated Husky Stadium and momentum that carried to 2010.

From a memorable 16-13, last-second victory over third-ranked USC, to a nearmiraculous

victory over Arizona thanks to a late interception. From the first shutout

in the Apple Cup since 1964 (30-0 over Washington State) to a season-crowning,

42-10 victory over 19th-ranked California, the 2009 season was full of highlights

and good memories.

Sarkisian came to the UW with a wealth of experience as a quarterbacks coach

and offensive coordinator. His string of success is nearly unprecedented as, during

his time at USC, he coached two Heisman Trophy winners and oversaw one of the

nation’s most consistent and dominant offenses.

Sarkisian spent 2007 and 2008 as the Trojans’ assistant head coach and offensive

coordinator. He had also previously served as assistant head coach and quarterbacks

coach (2005-06), quarterbacks coach (2002-03) and as an offensive assistant

(2001) at USC, for a total of seven seasons there. During his seven seasons

as a member of the Trojans’ staff, the team has posted a combined 74-15 record.

As offensive coordinator, his record was 22-3.

Aside from his various roles at USC, Sarkisian also spent one season as quarterbacks

coach for the Oakland Raiders in 2004 and as QBs coach at El Camino

College in Torrance, Calif., in 2000, his first coaching job.

In Sarkisian’s final season with the Trojans, 2008, he helped lead USC to a 12-1

overall record, an 8-1 Pac-10 mark and the conference title. The Trojans capped the

season with a 38-24 victory over Penn State in the Rose Bowl and were ranked No.

3 in the final AP Top 25. USC’s offense ranked No. 11 in the nation in total offense

(454.69 yards per game) and 14th in scoring (37.54) while quarterback Mark Sanchez

finished his college career with a 164.64 pass efficiency rating for the season,

sixth-best in the nation.

In 2007, USC averaged 434.9 yards per game and scored an average of 32.6

points en route to an 11-2 overall record and a 49-17 win over Illinois in the Rose

Bowl. The Trojans finished with the No. 3 ranking in the final Associated Press top

25 poll. USC quarterback John David Booty, despite missing several games with injury,

was drafted in the fifth round by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2008 NFL draft.

In 2006, with Sarkisian as quarterbacks coach, Booty earned first-team All-

Pac-10, leading the Pac-10 in passing efficiency and total offense. That Trojan team

posted an 11-2 reocrd and closed the season with a 32-18 victory over Michigan in

the Rose Bowl and a No. 4 ranking in the final AP poll.

In 2005, quarterback Matt Leinart won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award,

finished third in the Heisman Trophy voting, was a finalist for the Davey O’Brien,

Maxwell and Walter Camp Awards and was a first-team All-America selection. Under

Sarkisian’s tutelege, Leinart set 16 USC records (including 11 Pac-10 marks and

Sarkisian’s Head Coaching Career at UW

Year Overall Pac-10/12 Bowl

2009 5-7 4-5

2010 7-6 5-4 Holiday

2011 7-6 5-4 Alamo

Total 19-19 14-13

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two NCAA records). The Arizona Cardinals made Leinart the 10th pick of the 2006

NFL draft. USC’s 4,157 passing yards in 2005 set a school record and the Trojans

finished fifth in the in passing offense with 319.8 yards per game. The 2005 USC

team went 12-1, outscoring opponents 638-297 for the season. The Trojans posted

a 12-1 record before falling to Texas 41-38 in a thrilling national title game in the

Rose Bowl, finishing with a No. 2 final ranking.

Sarkisian spent the 2004 season as the quarterbacks coach with the Oakland

Raiders. His quarterbacks passed for more than 4,000 yards in 2004 as Oakland

ranked eighth in passing in the NFL.

In 2003 as quarterbacks coach at USC, Sarkisian helped Leinart earn first-team

All-American and the Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year Award. Leinart also finished

sixth in the Heisman Trophy voting while setting Pac-10 season records for

TD passes (35) and consecutive passes without an interception (212). Leinart also

set a school record with the highest pass efficiency rating in USC history (163.2).

USC coasted to the first of two straight national championships, going 12-1. The

Trojans beat Michigan, 28-14, in the Rose Bowl.

In 2002, quarterback Carson Palmer won the Heisman Trophy and Unitas Award

en route to setting the Pac-10 career records for passing yards and total offense.

Palmer was selected as the overall No. 1 pick in the 2003 draft, selected by the

Cincinnati Bengals. That season, USC went 11-2 and capped the season with a

38-17 victory over third-ranked Iowa in the Orange Bowl to finish as the nation’s

No. 4-ranked team.

As an offensive assistant in 2001, in Pete Carroll’s first season in charge at USC,

Sarkisian helped the team to a 6-6 overall record and a trip to the Las Vegas Bowl.

Sarkisian spent the 2000 season as the quarterbacks coach at El Camino Junior

College in Torrance (Calif.). Warriors quarterback Robert Hodge earned All-American

honors that season and El Camino played in the CHIPs For Kids Bowl.

Sarkisian starred at the quarterback position at the prep, collegiate and pro

levels. After his standout career at Brigham Young University, he was played for

the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League for three seasons

(1997-99). He had a record-setting two-year (1995-96) career at BYU, playing under

legendary coach Lavell Edwards. Sarkisian completed 549-of-824 passes (66.6

percent) for 7,755 yards and 55 touchdowns in his career. His 162.0 career passing

efficiency rating ranked third on the all-time NCAA list.

As a senior in 1996, he led the nation in passing efficiency (173.6, No. 7 all-time)

as the Western Athletic Conference champion Cougars went 14-1 and won the

1997 Cotton Bowl. He was the WAC Offensive Player of the Year in 1996, earned

second-team All-America honors and played in the East-West Shrine Game and

Hula Bowl. As a junior in 1995, he earned all-conference honors and led BYU to

the WAC title.

As a senior at BYU, Sarkisian actually faced his current team in Husky Stadium,

on Sept. 14, 1996. That day, his Cougars suffered their only loss in their 14-1 season,

falling to the Huskies, 29-17. Sarkisian completed 23-of-35 passes for 279

yards, no interceptions and two touchdowns.

Sarkisian transferred to BYU from El Camino Junior College, where he played

two seasons (1993-94). He was a first-team Junior College All-America selection

as a sophomore and earned all-conference honors in 1993 as a freshman. He also

played baseball at El Camino in 1993. He originally enrolled at USC as a baseball

player, spending the fall of 1992 on the Trojans’ roster before transferring.

Sarkisian was a standout football and baseball player at West Torrance (Calif.)

High. He earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from BYU in 1997 after receiving

his associate’s degree in general studies from El Camino in 1994.

Steve Sarkisian was born March 8, 1974. He and his wife, Stephanie, have two

daughters, Ashley and Taylor, and a son, Brady.

Eric Kiesau was named offensive coordinator

and quarterbacks coach on January 18, 2012.

Kiesau came to the UW from California, where

he’s spent the 2011 season as passing game coordinator

and wide receivers coach. He’d returned to

Cal, where he’d previously worked from 2002-05,

after having spent the 2006 through 2010 seasons

at Colorado.

Last season at Cal, Kiesau coached Bears wideout Keenan Allen, the No. 2 receiver

in the Pac-12 in terms of receptions per game. Additionally, both Allen and

teammate Marvin Jones finished in the top 10 in the conference in receiving yards.

In his prior stint with the Golden Bears, Kiesau served as wide receivers coach

and special teams coordinator. During those four seasons, Cal posted a 33-17 record,

including four winning seasons and three bowl game victories.

In 2003, Kiesau’s second with the Bears, Cal broke a school record with 278

receptions and posted the fourth-best passing yards average in school history with

264.6 yards per game.

Cal receiver Geoff McArthur earned second-team All-America and first-team Allpac-10

in 2003, when he was second in the nation with 115.7 receiving yards per

game. McArthur set school records for receiving yards (1,504) and notched the

second-best season in school history in terms of receptions (85). He finished his

career in 2004 as Cal’s all-time leader in career receptions and receiving yards.

In 2005, Kiesau mentored Cal receiver DeSean Jackson in his freshman season

when the future NFL All-Pro set Cal freshman records for receptions and receiving

yards.

In Kiesau’s second season at Cal in 2003, the Bears broke a school record with

278 receptions and the passing game posted an average of 264.6 yards per game

to rank fourth in school history.

Prior to returning to Berkeley for the 2011 season, Kiesau was the passing game

coordinator and receivers coach at Colorado from 2006 to 2008 before being named

offensive coordinator and assistant head coach for the 2009 and 2010 seasons,

working with quarterbacks each of those two years.

At Colorado, Kiesau developed walk-on receiver Scotty McKnight, who finished

his career in 2010 as the school’s all-time leader in receptions (219), yards (2,588)

and receiving touchdowns (22).

Kiesau began his coaching career at Glendale (Calif.) Community College in 1998.

His first Division I job came in 2000 at Utah State, where he was initially running

backs coach before moving to receivers. He coached All-America running back Emmitt

White, who led the nation in all-purpose yards in 2000, while at USU. In 2001,

he coached receiver Kevin Curtis, the NCAA’s leading receiver with 100 catches,

to All-America honors.

In 1996, Kiesau earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from Portland

State, where he played quarterback, starting in 1995. He began his college playing

career at Glendale CC, where he earned All-America honors in 1992.

A native of Pasadena, Calif., and a graduate of Glendale High in the Los Angeles

area, he and his wife Wendy have two children.

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eric kiesau

Quarterbacks/

Offensive Coordinator

portland State ’96

First Season at uW


Justin Wilcox

Defensive Coordinator

Oregon ’99

First Season at uW

Justin Wilcox was named Washington’s defensive

coordinator on Jan. 2, 2012.

A native of Junction City, Ore., and a four-year

letterman for Oregon from 1996 to 1999, Wilcox

returns to his Northwest roots by joining the Husky

staff. He comes to Washington after having spent

the past two seasons as defensive coordinator at

Tennessee.

In 2011, Wilcox presided over a Tennessee defense that ranked No. 28 in the nation

in total defense (340.5 yards per game) and 35th in scoring defense. In his first

season with the Vols in 2010, his defense led a late-season rally that led them to a

bowl game. The UT defense held four straight November opponents to 14 or fewer

points in that season-ending stretch.

Wilcox began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Boise State in 2001

and 2002. He then moved to California, where he was linebackers coach for three

seasons (2003-05), helping the Bears to a 26-12 record and three bowl games during

that span.

In 2006, he returned to Boise State as defensive coordinator and mentored a

Broncos squad that led the WAC in defense all four seasons he worked there

(2006-09). In 2009, BSU finished the season ranked No. 14 in the nation in total defense

and scoring defense, and No. 3 in turnover margin. In 2008, Boise’s defense

was third nationally in scoring at just 12.6 points per game. Eight of 13 opponents

were held to 10 points or fewer.

In Wilcox’s first season, 2006, the Bronco ranked No. 8 in the nation in rush defense

and Boise State finished the year with a 13-0 record and a famous overtime

win over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl.

A safety and cornerback at Oregon, Wilcox was a classmate and roommate of

current Huskies linebackers coach Peter Sirmon. During his four seasons with the

Ducks, he helped the team to four bowl games. In 1999, Wilcox earned first-team

Academic All-Pac-10 and won the team’s Bob Officer Award, presented to the

Ducks’ player who excels in spite of physical adversity

Wilcox, who earned his bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Oregon in 1999,

is the son of Pro Football Hall of Famer Dave Wilcox, an 11-year member of the

San Francisco 49ers.

Dan Cozzetto

Run Game Coordinator/

Offensive Line

Idaho ’79

Fourth Season at uW

Dan Cozzetto enters his fourth season as the

Huskies’ offensive line coach and run game coordinator

in 2012. During his three seasons on Coach

Steve Sarkisian’s staff, he’s mentored a line that

has blocked for a 1,000-yard receiver and, in 2012,

for a record-breaking quarterback.

In 2011, Coach Cozzetto’s line paved the way for

Chris Polk to rush for 1,488 yards, the second-highest total in Washington history

and the third straight 1,000-yard season for Polk. In the meantime, the line pass

blocked for quarterback Keith Price, who broke UW records for efficiency, completion

percentage and touchdown passes.

The lone senior starter on the 2012 offensive line, left tackle Senio Kelemete,

who Cozzetto converted from the defensive line after Kelemete’s freshman year,

was selected the Arizona Cardinals in the 2012 NFL Draft.

In 2010, Cozzetto oversaw a line that was responsible for blocking for a 1,000yard

rusher for a second straight season. Despite having to use seven different

starting combinations due to injury and illness, the Husky line ushered Polk to 1,415

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rushing yards, at the time the second-highest single-season total in UW history.

During his first season in 2009, Cozzetto oversaw an offensive line that made

steady improvement during the course of the season, culminating with dominant

performances in the final two weeks of the season, when the Huskies rushed for

a combined 442 yards.

The 2009 offensive line also paved the way for Polk’s 1,113-yard season, the

seventh-highest rushing total, at the time, in UW history and the most ever by a

freshman.

This is Cozzetto’s second stint with the Huskies, as he also served as the UW

offensive line coach in 2003.

In 2008, Cozzetto was the tight ends coach at Arizona State, his second stint with

the Sun Devils, as he’d been ASU’s offensive coordinator and offensive line coach

from 1992-99.

A 30-year coaching veteran, Cozzetto has coached for a total of 16 years for

four different teams in the Pacific-10 Conference. Cozzetto coached under Dennis

Erickson for a total of five seasons: at ASU (2008), Idaho (2006), the San Francisco

49ers (2004) and at Oregon State (2000-02). He has also served as an assistant

coach at Washington (2003), California (1990-91) and Idaho (1979-89) under other

head coaches.

During Cozzetto’s eight seasons as ASU’s offensive coordinator and offensive line

coach, his offenses averaged 396.3 yards of total offense per game and Cozzetto

guided a total of 20 offensive players, including eight offensive linemen who were

selected in the NFL Draft.

In 1999, Cozzetto led a Sun Devil offense that averaged 172.1 rushing yards-pergame.

Offensive tackle Marvel Smith and tight end Todd Heap both earned thirdteam

All-America honors, while Heap, tailback J.R. Redmond and Smith earned

First-team All-Pac-10 and tight end Kendrick Bates, tailback Delvon Flowers, offensive

tackle Victor Leyva and guard Scott Peters earned honorable mention allconference

accolades.

Cozzetto’s 1998 offense averaged 411.8 yards per game, the third straight season

ASU cracked the 400-yard mark. That year, ASU averaged 259 yards per game

passing, which at the time was the highest average in school history. Center Grey

Ruegamer was named All-America. Additionally, Redmond and Ruegamer earned

first-team All-Pac-10, and wide receiver Lenzie Jackson, fullback Jeff Paulk and

tackle Marvel Smith received honorable mention All-Pac-10.

In 1997, Cozzetto’s offense led the Pac-10 in rushing (193.8 yards per game) and

was fourth in total offense (406.5). Offensive linemen Kyle Murphy and Ruegamer

were first-team All-Pac-10 and third-team All-America. Cozzetto helped guide Murphy,

Redmond and Ruegamer to All-Pac-10 recognition.

Cozzetto’s offense for the 11-1, 1996 Pac-10 Conference Champion and Rose

Bowl participant Sun Devils was one of the most potent and dangerous in school

history, averaging 474.4 yards per game and 42.6 points per game.

Leading the way was quarterback Jake Plummer, a Heisman Trophy finalist and

the Pac-10 Conference’s Offensive Player of the Year. Plummer was one of eight

offensive players for ASU to earn All-Pac-10 recognition.

Also, Cozzetto mentored four offensive players to earn All-America honors, including

tailback Terry Battle, Plummer, wide receiver Keith Poole and left tackle

Juan Roque (a consensus All-America). In the past 35 seasons, only the 1981 Sun

Devil squad topped ASU’s 234.1 rushing yards-per-game average that year. Also,

Cozzetto’s offense helped to accumulate the 64 touchdowns, the second-highest

single-season total in Sun Devil history.

During Cozzetto’s first four seasons at ASU, 18 offensive players for the Sun Devils

earned All-Pac-10, and in 1995, left tackle Juan Roque earned second-team

All-America.

A native of Spokane, Wash., Cozzetto went to Gonzaga Prep and graduated from

Idaho (`79), where he played tight end, linebacker and guard on the football team.

He and his wife, Debbie, have two sons (Adrian and Ryan) and two daughters

(Rachel and Tara).

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Jimmie Dougherty

passing Game Coord./

Wide Receivers

missouri ’01

Fourth Season at uW

Jimmie Dougherty begins his fourth season as

the Huskies’ wide receivers coach in 2012. During

the off-season, he also added the title of pass

game coordinator.

In his three seasons at the UW, Dougherty has

mentored a number of high-achieving wide receivers,

including a pair of seniors in 2012 who both

wrote their names all over the UW record books before heading off to the NFL.

Those two seniors, Jermaine Kearse and Devin Aguilar, both finished their careers

ranked among the top seven in UW history in both receptions and receiving

yards. Kearse, who signed with the Seattle Seahawks, finished No. 2 on the Huskies’

career receptions (180), receiving yards (2,871) and receiving touchdowns (29)

lists while Aguilar was seventh in both receptions (131) and yards (1,802). Aguilar

signed with the Tennessee Titans following graduation.

During his tenure at Washington, Dougherty also coached D’Andre Goodwin,

who made his NFL debut with the Denver Broncos last year.

Dougherty, the former offensive coordinator at the University of San Diego, was

hired as wide receivers coach in February, 2009. In January of 2012, he added the

title of pass game coordinator.

In 2010, Dougherty coached Kearse to a 1,006-yard season, the seventh-highest

single-season receiving yards total in Husky history. Additionally, Kearse’s 12 receiving

TDs were second-most in school history and he finished third in the Pac-10

in both receiving and receiving yards.

In his first season on the Husky coaching staff, Dougherty mentored a young

group of receivers that showed consistent improvement over the course of the

season. Kearse posted the (then) seventh-best season in Husky history in terms of

receiving yards.

Dougherty spent the previous five seasons on the coaching staff at the University

of San Diego. In 2008, he served as the Toreros’ offensive coordinator.

Dougherty worked three seasons under former USD and current San Francisco

49ers coach Jim Harbaugh and the last two under head coach Ron Caragher. Under

Harbaugh, he coached the wide receivers for one season and tight ends the next

before taking over as quarterbacks coach in 2006. As wide receivers coach, he

mentored All-American Mike Gasperson.

While continuing to coach the QBs, he added passing game coordinator to his

title for a season before being named offensive coordinator in 2008.

Dougherty coached Josh Johnson, a fifth-round draft pick of the Tampa Bay

Buccaneers who left USD having broken every school passing record. As a senior,

Johnson threw 43 touchdowns and only one interception and he completed his

career with 9,699 yards, 113 TDs and an NCAA-record pass efficiency of 176.7.

In 2007, the Toreros led the nation in passing efficiency (197.35) and Johnson led

the nation in total offense for the second straight season. In 2008, as coordinator,

Dougherty led a unit that was fifth in the FCS in pass efficiency and was 11th in

scoring .

Prior to moving to San Diego, he was a graduate assistant at Illinois Wesleyan

from 2002 to 2004.

Dougherty played quarterback at Missouri from 1997-2001, winning three letters

for the Tigers. A native of Edwardsville, Ill., he graduated from Missouri in 2001

and earned a master’s degree from Illinois State in 2004.

Dougherty and his wife, Harper, have a daughter named Collins.

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keith Heyward

Defensive Backs

Oregon State ’02

First Season at uW

Keith Heyward was named Washington’s new

defensive backs coach on Jan. 12, 2012.

Heyward came to Washington after having

served the past four seasons on the coaching staff

at his alma mater, Oregon State, where he was the

Beavers’ secondary coach.

Prior to joining the OSU staff in 2008, Heyward

spent one season (2007) as an assistant at Cal Poly

San Luis Obispo and the two seasons prior to that as a graduate assistant at Oregon

State.

In 2011, Heyward coached second-team All-Pac-12 cornerback Jordan Poyer, as

well as safety Lance Mitchell, who earned honorable mention all-conference.

In his first season in charge of the secondary in Corvallis (2008), he coached cornerbacks

Brandon Hughes and Keenan Lewis, currently with the Pittsburgh Steelers

and Philadelphia Eagles, respectively.

A four-year letterman (1997-2000) for the Beavers, Heyward earned honorable

mention All-Pac-10 following his senior season and played in the Hula Bowl. He

started 35 consecutive games at cornerback for the Beavers and finished his career

with a 41-9 victory over Notre Dame in the 2001 Fiesta Bowl, a win that capped an

11-1 season for OSU.

Following his college career, Heyward played professionally for the BC Lions in

the CFL, the Scottish Claymores in NFL Europe and the L.A. Avengers in the Arena

League. He also spent time in training camps with the 49ers and Seahawks in the

NFL.

Heyward, who graduated from Taft High School in Woodland Hills, Calif., earned

his degree in communications from OSU in 2002.

Tosh Lupoi

Defensive Line/

Def. Run Game Coord.

California ’05

First Season at uW

Tosh Lupoi was named Washington’s defensive

line coach and defensive run game coordinator on

January, 16, 2012.

Lupoi came to Washington from California

where he’d spent the previous four years as defensive

line coach.

Lupoi was the youngest full-time coach in Cal

history when he joined the staff at the age of 26 in 2008 and remained the youngest

Pac-10 coach for two additional seasons. In all, he was associated with Cal

football for 12 years having spent six as a Golden Bear player (2000-05, which

included an extra season due to a medical redshirt), two as a graduate assistant

(2006-07) and four as defensive line coach.

Cal’s 2011 defense ranked No. 1 overall in the Pac-12 Conference. They gave a

conference best 332.9 yards per game, were third in total sacks collecting 34, gave

up the fewest first downs per game (17.4) and allowed the fewest passing yards

per game (204.2).

The Bears’ 2010 defense also led the Pac-10 and ranked in the top 25 nationally

in per-game averages for sacks (2.83 per game, No. 13), total defense (319.08 yards

per game, No. 18) and pass defense (187.00 yards per game, No. 21). Cal was also

first in the Pac-10 in first downs allowed (217) and second in opponents’ third down

conversion percentage (34.7%). The team’s pass efficiency defense and scoring

defense, which held opponents to 17 points or less in eight of 12 games, were both

third in the Pac-10, as well as 31st and 40th nationally.


Lupoi has helped develop first-round NFL Draft picks each of the last two drafts in

defensive lineman Tyson Alualu and Cameron Jordan, making Cal only the second

Pac-10 team to have ever had defensive linemen selected in the first round of the

NFL Draft in back-to-back years.

The 2010 Rivals Recruiter of the Year has also been part of a recruiting team that

has inked signing classes in 2011 and 2010 that have ranked as high as No. 11 and

No. 14 nationally.

Lupoi was a defensive lineman for Cal from 2000-05. He played alongside three

future NFL players, and led the Bears’ defensive line in tackles in 2003 when he

was the recipient of the Ken Cotton Award as the squad’s Most Courageous Player

as he played the final four games of the campaign with a broken right thumb.

Lupoi earned Pac-10 All-Academic recognition in 2005 and graduated with a

bachelor’s degree in American studies in 2005 and his master’s in education in

2007.

The product of De La Salle High School, one of the most successful programs in

the history of prep football, earned All-State honors and won a national title as a

prep.

His father, John Lupoi, played collegiately at Brigham Young and later was a

part-time assistant coach at Cal.

Johnny Nansen

Assistant Head Coach/

Recruiting Coordinator/

Special Teams

Washington State ’97

Fourth Season at uW

Johnny Nansen was named to Coach Steve

Sarkisian’s coaching staff in December of 2008. He

coaches the UW’s special teams and also serves

as recruiting coordinator. In January of 2012, he

added the title of assistant head coach.

The 2011 season saw a number of accomplishments

for those coached by Nansen. The Husky special teams posted a good year

in virtually every department as the Huskies’ punt return and kickoff return average

both improved significantly over the previous year while the opponents’ averages

both fell. In addition, the UW ranked No. 7 in the nation in net punting and No. 21

punt return defense. In his role as defensive line coach, Nansen mentored an NFL

draft pick in Alameda Ta’amu, who was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers following

his senior season.

On the recruiting front, Nansen helped oversee another strong class of signees

in 2012, signing a group that was unanimously ranked among the nation’s top 25.

In 2010, Nansen achieved in each of his various roles. His 2011 recruiting class

was ranked in the top 25 by every major ranking while his special teams featured

a school-record breaker in punter Kiel Rasp. Finally, his defensive line unit was

consistently praised as a key cog in the Huskies’ winning run through its final four

games, which was crowned with a 19-7 win over 18th-ranked Nebraska in the

Holiday Bowl.

In 2009, Nansen coached UW defensive end Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, who finished

his career with a school-record 30 quarterback sacks and earned second-team All-

Pac-10 honors. Nansen was also a part of a defensive coaching staff that helped

improve the team’s defensive stats across the board over the previous season.

Washington gave up an average of 65 yards and 12 points less than it did in 2008.

Nansen came to UW after having spent the previous five seasons on the coaching

staff at Idaho, where he worked with linebackers, defensive line and special

teams. He was an assistant on then-Idaho head coach Nick Holt’s staff in 2004

and 2005.

Nansen played his college ball at Washington State, graduating in 1997 after

earning three letters as a linebacker (1994-96).

Nansen, a product of Long Beach (Calif.) Jordan High School, began his coaching

career as the defensive coordinator at Long Beach Cabrillo High in 1998.

He was then a graduate assistant at Louisville in 1999, where he worked on

head coach John L. Smith’s staff, before spending one season at Montana State

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and three at Idaho State.

A standout quarterback as a high-school player at Long Beach Jordan, Nansen

earned a degree in business administration. He and his wife, Hale, have two

daughters: Makena Lei and Kealie Lei, and a son, Johnny Jr.

peter Sirmon

Linebackers

Oregon ’99

First Season at uW

Washington native Peter Sirmon was named the

UW’s linebackers coach on Jan. 2, 2012, coming

to the Huskies from Tennessee, where he also

worked with new Husky defensive coordinator

Justin Wilcox.

Sirmon was born in Wenatchee, Wash., and

graduated from Walla Walla High School before

starting for four years at Oregon, where he was

roommates with Wilcox. He went on to a seven-year NFL career, all with the Tennessee

Titans, before moving into coaching.

Sirmon spent the 2011 season as the linebackers coach at Tennessee, working

alongside Wilcox. He was promoted to linebackers coach after having served as a

graduate assistant the previous year, working primarily with safeties.

Prior to moving to Tennessee, Sirmon spent the 2009 season as a graduate assistant

at Oregon, helping his alma mater to the Pac-10 championship and a Rose

Bowl berth.

In 2008, he coached linebackers at Central Washington, helping lead the Wildcats

to a 10-1 regular-season record and a trip to the NCAA Division II playoffs.

After earning first-team All-Pac-10 as a senior at Oregon in 1999, he was drafted

by the Titans in the fourth round of the 2000 draft. At Oregon, he twice led the

Ducks in tackles (1997 and 1999) and led the Pac-10 in tackles in 1997. After compiling

16 tackles in his final college game, a Sun Bowl victory over Minnesota, he

played in the 2000 Senior Bowl. During his four years at Oregon, the Ducks played

in four bowl games.

A 1999 UO graduate with a degree in political science, Sirmon and his wife,

Lindsay, have four children: Jackson, Presley, Savanna, and Sadie.

Joel Thomas

Associate Head Coach -

Offense/

Running Backs

Idaho ’98

Fourth Season at uW

Former Idaho star running back Joel Thomas

joined the UW coaching staff as its running backs

coach in January of 2009. In January of 2012, he

added the title of associate head coach - offense.

He enters his fourth year on the Husky staff in the

fall of 2012.

The 2011 season was another highly successful one for Washington running

backs as tailback Chris Polk became just the second player in school history to

rush for more than 1,000 yards in three straight seasons and one of only seven

players in Pac-12 history to reach the 4,000-yard mark for a career.

Polk ran for 1,488 yards, the second-most in the long history of UW football. His

4,049 yards also ranked No. 2 in Husky lore, while he set new school records for

career attempts (799), career yards per game (101.2), career 50-plus-yard carries

(6) and career 100-yard games (21). He also became the first Husky ever to compile

100 or more rushing and receiving yards in the same game, as he did vs. Arizona.

Polk earned first-team All-Pac-12, honorable mention All-America and joined the

Philadelphia Eagles following the 2011 season.

Ball security, one of Thomas’ most prominent teaching points, was also on dis-

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play in 2011 as Husky running backs lost only one fumble the entire season.

The 2010 season, Thomas’ second, was highlighted by the play of Polk, whose

1,415 yards were, at the time, second-most in Washington history and ranked No.

2 in the Pac-10 Conference. Polk’s relentless rushing style was showcased most

clearly in Apple Cup win at Washington State, when he ran for 284 yards, just six

shy of Hall of Famer Hugh McElhenny’s 59-year old single-game record. Additionally,

UW running backs lost just two fumbles in 340 rushing attempts.

In his first season in charge of the UW running backs in 2009, Thomas coached

Polk to the first 1,000-yard season by a freshman in Husky history. Polk’s 1,113

yards ranked seventh in UW single-season history. Additionally, the Huskies

gained an average of nearly 40 more rushing yards per game than they did in 2008.

Thomas, a native of Port Angeles, Wash., joined the Husky coaching staff after

three seasons as running backs coach at Purdue. Last season, he mentored 1,000yard

rusher Kory Sheets.

Thomas, who was previously also a graduate assistant at Purdue, returned to

the Boilermakers staff in 2006 after two years at Idaho as co-offensive coordinator

and running backs coach under Nick Holt, then the Vandals’ head coach and now

the UW defensive coordinator and assistant head coach.

In 2002 and 2003, Thomas was running backs coach at Louisville. Under his

tutelage, the Cardinals ranked 10th in the nation in rushing offense (228.2 yards

per game) in 2003. Thomas also briefly worked at Idaho as running backs coach

in the spring of 2002.

Thomas was a running back at Idaho from 1995 to 1998. He remains the Vandals’

career leader with 765 rushing attempts, 3,929 rushing yards and 51 rushing

touchdowns. As a senior, Thomas was named the Big West Player of the Year.

He also earned the Humanitarian Award prior to the 1998 Humanitarian Bowl, in

which Idaho Southern Miss, 42-35.

While at Idaho, he once rushed for 272 yards in a game vs. rival Boise State and

twice earned All-Big West first-team honors. He was invited to play in the East-

West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl.

He was inducted to the University of Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008, along

with fellow Vandal alum and Husky assistant coach Doug Nussmeier.

Thomas earned his bachelor’s degree in public communications from Idaho in

1998. He is married to the former Ebbie Metzinger, who was a Big Ten-champion

pole vaulter at Purdue. Joel and Ebbie are the parents of a son, Teyo.

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Ivan Lewis

Head Strength &

Conditioning Coach

Idaho ’00

Fourth Season at uW

Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Ivan

Lewis joined the Washington staff shortly after

the arrival of head football coach Steve Sarkisian.

Lewis enters his fourth season with the Huskies

in 2012.

In his role, Lewis and his staff work directly with

the UW football team throughout the year, overseeing

the team’s strength and condition programs both in and out of season.

Lewis came to the UW from USC, where he served as a strength and conditioning

coach under Chris Carlisle, working primarily with the Trojans’ quarterbacks

and linebackers. During his three seasons, he helped USC to three Pac-10 championships.

Prior to his time at USC, Lewis was on the strength staff with the San Diego

Chargers for two years. With the Chargers, he worked under head coach Marty

Schottenheimer, as well as strength coaches Dave Redding and Matt Schiotz.

Lewis came to the Chargers from the University of San Diego, where he worked

with the football team and various other sports.

Lewis was an assistant football coach, as well as strength and conditioning

coach at Mt. Si High School in North Bend, Wash., in 2000 and 2001.

Lewis graduated from the University of Idaho in 2000, and earned a master’s

degree from the University of San Diego in 2003.

Graduate Assistants

Jordan Paopao

Univ. of San Diego ’08

second year

Eric Guttorp

Washington ’12

first year

Donte Williams

Syracuse ’04

second year

Andrew Rolin

Univ. of San Diego ’09

first year


Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

2011 University of Washington Football

Washington Overall Team Statistics (as of Dec 30, 2011)

All games

Team Statistics WASH OPP

SCORING 434 467

Points Per Game 33.4 35.9

FIRST DOWNS 274 297

R u s h i n g 103 108

P a s s i n g 148 167

P e n a l t y 23 22

RUSHING YARDAGE 2006 2193

Yards gained rushing 2285 2503

Yards lost rushing 279 310

Rushing Attempts 452 431

Average Per Rush 4.4 5.1

Average Per Game 154.3 168.7

TDs Rushing 19 32

PASSING YARDAGE 3322 3700

C o m p - A t t - I n t 267-406-13 305-486-10

Average Per Pass 8.2 7.6

Average Per Catch 12.4 12.1

Average Per Game 255.5 284.6

TDs Passing 36 22

TOTAL OFFENSE 5328 5893

Total Plays 858 917

Average Per Play 6.2 6.4

Average Per Game 409.8 453.3

KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 75-1751 69-1634

PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 21-194 17-87

INT RETURNS: #-Yards 10-51 13-322

KICK RETURN AVERAGE 23.3 23.7

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 9.2 5.1

INT RETURN AVERAGE 5.1 24.8

FUMBLES-LOST 13-9 26-13

PENALTIES-Yards 78-773 90-720

Average Per Game 59.5 55.4

PUNTS-Yards 52-2261 45-1859

Average Per Punt 43.5 41.3

Net punt average 40.3 35.7

TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 2 9 : 5 2 3 0 : 0 8

3RD-DOWN Conversions 79/172 88/179

3rd-Down Pct 46% 49%

4TH-DOWN Conversions 9/16 12/20

4th-Down Pct 56% 60%

SACKS BY-Yards 28-188 34-188

MISC YARDS 0 0

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 57 58

FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 11-16 20-22

ON-SIDE KICKS 0-2 0-1

RED-ZONE SCORES (46-52) 88% (55-61) 90%

RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (42-52) 81% (41-61) 67%

PAT-ATTEMPTS (57-57) 100% (53-55) 96%

ATTENDANCE 437715 288404

Games/Avg Per Game 7/62531 5/57681

Neutral Site Games 1/65256

Score by Quarters 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total

Washington 115 130 83 106 0 434

Opponents 113 117 132 105 0 467

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Washington Overall Individual Statistics (as of Dec 30, 2011)

All games

Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g

Polk, Chris 13 293 1535 47 1488 5.1 12 61 114.5

Callier, Jesse 13 47 272 12 260 5.5 1 30 20.0

Sankey, Bishop 12 28 198 11 187 6.7 1 33 15.6

Smith, Kevin 12 5 71 0 71 14.2 1 24 5.9

Kearse, Jer. 13 2 13 0 13 6.5 1 7 1.0

Price, Keith 13 56 162 152 10 0.2 3 15 0.8

Aguilar, Devin 13 3 9 2 7 2.3 0 5 0.5

Fogerson, Johri 3 1 6 0 6 6.0 0 6 2.0

TEAM 7 7 0 10 -10 -1.4 0 0 -1.4

Montana, Nick 6 10 19 45 -26 -2.6 0 11 -4.3

Total 13 452 2285 279 2006 4.4 19 61 154.3

Opponents 13 431 2503 310 2193 5.1 32 89 168.7

Passing gp effic comp-att-int pct yds td lg avg/g

Price, Keith 13 161.93 242-362-11 66.9 3063 33 80 235.6

Montana, Nick 6 116.39 24-42-2 57.1 226 3 53 37.7

Aguilar, Devin 13 377.20 1-1-0 100.0 33 0 33 2.5

Callier, Jesse 13 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0

Total 13 157.35 267-406-13 65.8 3322 36 80 255.5

Opponents 13 137.53 305-486-10 62.8 3700 22 90 284.6

Receiving gp no. yds avg td lg avg/g

Kearse, Jer. 13 47 699 14.9 7 80 53.8

Aguilar, Devin 13 41 611 14.9 6 59 47.0

SeferianJenkins 13 41 538 13.1 6 47 41.4

Williams, Kasen 13 36 427 11.9 6 53 32.8

Polk, Chris 13 31 332 10.7 4 70 25.5

Johnson, James 11 28 366 13.1 4 52 33.3

Smith, Kevin 12 15 208 13.9 0 53 17.3

Hartvigson, M. 13 8 30 3.8 1 10 2.3

Callier, Jesse 13 7 65 9.3 0 28 5.0

Sankey, Bishop 12 6 14 2.3 0 6 1.2

Tucker, Tim 11 2 12 6.0 0 7 1.1

Campbell, D. 12 2 8 4.0 0 7 0.7

Amosa, Jonathan 11 1 7 7.0 1 7 0.6

Fogerson, Johri 3 1 3 3.0 0 3 1.0

Hudson, Evan 10 1 2 2.0 1 2 0.2

Total 13 267 3322 12.4 36 80 255.5

Opponents 13 305 3700 12.1 22 90 284.6

Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg

Williams, Kasen 15 144 9.6 0 46

Aguilar, Devin 5 30 6.0 0 10

Tutogi, Thomas 1 18 18.0 0 0

Callier, Jesse 0 2 0.0 1 2

Total 21 194 9.2 1 46

Opponents 17 87 5.1 0 20

Interceptions no. yds avg td lg

Parker, Sean 4 25 6.2 0 23

Trufant, D. 2 7 3.5 0 7

Dennison, Cort 1 12 12.0 0 12

Gilliland, G. 1 7 7.0 0 7

Fellner, Nate 1 0 0.0 0 0

Ducre, Gregory 1 0 0.0 0 0

Total 10 51 5.1 0 23

Opponents 13 322 24.8 3 99

Kick Returns no. yds avg td lg

Smith, Kevin 37 958 25.9 0 64

Callier, Jesse 25 576 23.0 0 55

Sankey, Bishop 7 134 19.1 0 30

Williams, Kasen 2 19 9.5 0 18

Tutogi, Thomas 1 14 14.0 0 14

Timu, John 1 16 16.0 0 16

Shelton, Danny 1 17 17.0 0 16

Kearse, Jamaal 1 17 17.0 0 17

Total 75 1751 23.3 0 64

Opponents 69 1634 23.7 1 88

Fumble Returns no. yds avg td lg

Shelton, Danny 1 -4 -4.0 0 0

Fuimaono, P. 1 7 7.0 0 7

Tokolahi, S. 1 3 3.0 0 3

Kearse, Jamaal 1 18 18.0 1 18

Total 4 24 6.0 1 18

Opponents 1 9 9.0 0 9

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2011 University of Washington Football

Washington Overall Individual Statistics (as of Dec 30, 2011)

All games

Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

PAT

Scoring td fg kick rush rcv pass dxp saf pts

Polk, Chris 16 - - - - - - - 96

Folk, Erik - 11-16 56-56 - - - - - 89

Kearse, Jer. 8 - - - - - - - 48

Williams, Kasen 6 - - - - - - - 36

Aguilar, Devin 6 - - - - - - - 36

SeferianJenkins 6 - - - - - - - 36

Johnson, James 4 - - - - - - - 24

Price, Keith 3 - - - - - - - 18

Callier, Jesse 2 - - - - - - - 12

Hartvigson, M. 1 - - - - - - - 6

Hudson, Evan 1 - - - - - - - 6

Kearse, Jamaal 1 - - - - - - - 6

Sankey, Bishop 1 - - - - - - - 6

Smith, Kevin 1 - - - - - - - 6

Amosa, Jonathan 1 - - - - - - - 6

Trufant, D. - - - - - - 1 - 2

Guttorp, Eric - - 1-1 - - - - - 1

Total 57 11-16 57-57 - - - 1 - 434

Opponents 58 20-22 53-55 - 2 2-3 - 1 467

Field Goals fg pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 lg blk

Folk, Erik 11-16 68.8 0-0 0-0 1-3 9-11 1-2 53 0

FG Sequence Washington Opponents

EWU (53),(47),(40) (28),(28)

Hawaii (36) -

Nebraska (40) (44),(35),(29)

California 52,(40) (29),(36),(25)

UTAH (44) -

Colorado (41) (46)

Stanford 46 (39),(30),(32)

Arizona - (36),(47),(24)

Oregon (42) (40),45,(35),46

USC (46) (30)

Oregon State 39 (24)

Washington State 37,(46) -

Baylor 43 (42)

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

Total Offense g plays rush pass total avg/g

Price, Keith 13 418 10 3063 3073 236.4

Polk, Chris 13 293 1488 0 1488 114.5

Callier, Jesse 13 48 260 0 260 20.0

Montana, Nick 6 52 -26 226 200 33.3

Sankey, Bishop 12 28 187 0 187 15.6

Smith, Kevin 12 5 71 0 71 5.9

Aguilar, Devin 13 4 7 33 40 3.1

Kearse, Jer. 13 2 13 0 13 1.0

Fogerson, Johri 3 1 6 0 6 2.0

TEAM 7 7 -10 0 -10 -1.4

Total 13 858 2006 3322 5328 409.8

Opponents 13 917 2193 3700 5893 453.3

Punting no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

Rasp, Kiel 38 1733 45.6 62 3 11 10 13 2

Mahan, Will 12 494 41.2 51 1 6 5 1 0

TEAM 2 34 17.0 34 0 0 0 0 0

Total 52 2261 43.5 62 4 17 15 14 2

Opponents 45 1859 41.3 62 3 13 9 6 1

Kickoffs no. yds avg tb ob retn net ydln

Folk, Erik 76 4887 64.3 8 0

Guttorp, Eric 1 56 56.0 0 0

Rasp, Kiel 1 51 2011 51.0 0University 0 of Washington

Total

Opponents

Washington 78 4994 64.0 Overall 8 0Individual 23.7 41.0 Statistics 28 (

All games

86 5421 63.0 7 2 23.3 41.0 28

All Purpose g rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g

Polk, Chris 13 1488 332 0 0 0 1820 140.0

Smith, Kevin 12 71 208 0 958 0 1237 103.1

Callier, Jesse 13 260 65 2 576 0 903 69.5

Kearse, Jer. 13 13 699 0 0 0 712 54.8

Aguilar, Devin 13 7 611 30 0 0 648 49.8

Williams, Kasen 13 0 427 144 19 0 590 45.4

SeferianJenkins 13 0 538 0 0 0 538 41.4

Johnson, James 11 0 366 0 0 0 366 33.3

Sankey, Bishop 12 187 14 0 134 0 335 27.9

Tutogi, Thomas 13 0 0 18 14 0 32 2.5

Hartvigson, M. 13 0 30 0 0 0 30 2.3

Parker, Sean 13 0 0 0 0 25 25 1.9

Kearse, Jamaal 13 0 0 0 17 0 17 1.3

Shelton, Danny 13 0 0 0 17 0 17 1.3

Timu, John 12 0 0 0 16 0 16 1.3

Tucker, Tim 11 0 12 0 0 0 12 1.1

Dennison, Cort 13 0 0 0 0 12 12 0.9

Price, Keith 13 10 0 0 0 0 10 0.8

Fogerson, Johri 3 6 3 0 0 0 9 3.0

Campbell, D. 12 0 8 0 0 0 8 0.7

Gilliland, G. 12 0 0 0 0 7 7 0.6

Amosa, Jonatha 11 0 7 0 0 0 7 0.6

Trufant, D. 13 0 0 0 0 7 7 0.5

Hudson, Evan 10 0 2 0 0 0 2 0.2

TEAM 7 -10 0 0 0 0 -10 -1.4

Montana, Nick 6 -26 0 0 0 0 -26 -4.3

Total 13 2006 3322 194 1751 51 7324 563.4

Opponents 13 2193 3700 87 1634 322 7936 610.5

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2011 University of Washington Football

Washington Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Dec 30, 2011)

All games

Tackles Sacks Pass defense Fumbles blkd

# Defensive Leaders gp ua a tot tfl/yds no-yds int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf

31 Dennison, Cort 13 64 64 128 8.0-25 1.0-2 1-12 3 . . 1 . .

0A Parker, Sean 13 47 44 91 1.5-2 . 4-25 2 1 . . . .

37 Fuimaono, P. 13 35 29 64 8.5-40 3.0-29 . 2 . 1-7 2 . .

6 Trufant, D. 13 46 18 64 0.5-5 0.5-5 2-7 14 . 2-0 2 . .

20 Glenn, Justin 13 28 24 52 2.0-3 . . 2 . . . . .

10 Timu, John 12 28 24 52 5.0-13 . . 3 . 1-0 2 . .

92 Thompson, E. 13 19 22 41 3.5-13 2.0-10 . 5 . 1-0 . 2 .

28 Richardson, Q. 12 31 9 40 1.0-4 . . 5 . . . . .

18 Ducre, Gregory 13 27 10 37 2.5-8 1.0-5 1-0 4 . 2-0 1 . .

13 Shamburger, W. 11 25 11 36 . . . 2 . . 1 . .

29 Fellner, Nate 9 24 10 34 . . 1-0 1 . . . . .

74 Ta'amu, Alameda 13 15 15 30 7.0-30 3.5-19 . . 1 . . . .

22 Shirley, Josh 13 23 5 28 12.0-55 8.5-48 . 1 . . 2 . .

93 Hudson, Andrew 13 10 14 24 5.0-23 3.5-21 . 1 . 1-0 1 . .

53 Gilliland, G. 12 11 12 23 1.5-14 1.0-13 1-7 . . . 1 . .

58 Kearse, Jamaal 13 12 11 23 2.0-11 . . . . 1-18 . . .

50 Tutogi, Thomas 13 9 10 19 . . . . . . . 1 .

39 Walker, Greg 13 11 4 15 . . . 1 . . . . .

52 Jamora, Hau'oli 4 8 7 15 3.0-8 1.0-5 . . 1 . . . .

26 Gobern, Anthony 13 13 . 13 . . . 2 . 1-0 . . .

71 Shelton, Danny 13 2 9 11 . . . 2 . 1--4 . . .

35 Sager, Cole 13 4 5 9 . . . . . 1-0 . . .

42 Tucker, Tim 11 3 4 7 . . . . . . . . .

55 Potoa'e, Sione 11 4 3 7 . . . . . . . . .

1G Folk, Erik 13 3 2 5 . . . . . . . . .

11 Crichton, Talia 11 3 2 5 . . . . . . 1 . .

14 Stevenson, Taz 8 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . .

98 Tokolahi, S. 9 4 . 4 . . . . . 1-3 . . .

24 Callier, Jesse 13 1 2 3 . . . . . . 1 . .

1 Polk, Chris 13 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .

60 Lopez, Brendan 13 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .

15 Kearse, Jer. 13 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .

88 SeferianJenkins 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

97 Lagafuaina, L. 8 1 . 1 1.0-10 1.0-10 . . . . 1 . .

43 Pelluer, Cooper 4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

5 Sample, James 2 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

17 Price, Keith 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

2 Williams, Kasen 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

85 Galbraith, Pete 1 1 . 1 1.0-8 1.0-8 . . . . . . .

Total 13 524 374 898 65-272 28-188 10-51 50 3 13-24 16 3 .

Opponents 13 508 444 952 78-291 34-188 13-322 27 12 9-9 10 2 1

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Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

2011 University of Washington Football

Washington Team Game-by-Game (as of Apr 30, 2012)

All games

TEAM STATISTICS

Rushing Receiving Passing Kick Returns Punt Returns tot

Date Opponent no. yds td lg no. yds td lg cmp-att-int yds td lg no. yds td lg no. yds td lg off

Sep 03 EWU 38 148 0 26 17 102 3 10 17-25-0 102 3 10 5 113 0 38 0 0 0 0 250

Sep 10 HAWAII 34 151 1 18 18 315 4 59 18-26-1 315 4 59 4 120 0 55 1 8 0 8 466

Sep 17 at Nebraska 31 146 1 25 21 274 4 52 21-37-2 274 4 52 7 187 0 64 3 34 0 16 420

Sep 24 CALIFORNIA 34 117 1 14 19 292 3 70 19-25-0 292 3 70 5 143 0 53 2 15 0 15 409

Oct 01 at UTAH 42 185 0 49 22 226 3 23 22-30-1 226 3 23 0 0 0 0 1 -4 0 0 411

Oct 15 COLORADO 40 295 3 33 23 267 4 25 23-30-0 267 4 25 4 89 0 29 1 9 0 9 562

Oct 22 at Stanford 26 172 2 61 24 258 1 30 24-38-2 258 1 30 12 285 0 36 1 13 0 13 430

Oct 29 ARIZONA 43 179 5 19 17 310 1 48 17-31-3 310 1 48 6 177 0 44 0 0 0 0 489

Nov 05 OREGON 36 82 0 19 25 196 2 53 25-36-2 196 2 53 7 116 0 23 0 0 0 0 278

Nov 12 at USC 24 46 1 17 21 198 1 53 21-31-0 198 1 53 7 176 0 40 2 10 0 8 244

Nov 19 at Oregon State 38 160 0 24 16 155 3 36 16-30-2 155 3 36 5 77 0 24 1 1 0 1 315

Nov 26 WASHINGTON STATE 29 143 1 34 21 291 3 31 21-30-0 291 3 31 4 80 0 27 7 55 1 16 434

Dec 29 vs Baylor 37 182 4 56 23 438 4 80 23-37-0 438 4 80 9 188 0 30 2 53 0 46 620

Washington 452 2006 19 61 267 3322 36 80 267-406-13 3322 36 80 75 1751 0 64 21 194 1 46 5328

Opponents 431 2193 32 89 305 3700 22 90 305-486-10 3700 22 90 69 1634 1 88 17 87 0 20 5893

Games played: 13

Avg per rush: 4.4

Avg per catch: 12.4

Pass efficiency: 157.35

Kick ret avg: 23.3

Punt ret avg: 9.2

All purpose avg/game: 563.4

Total offense avg/gm: 409.8

Tackles Sacks Fumble Pass Defense Blkd PAT Attempts

Date Opponent ua a total tfl-yds no-yds ff fr-yds int-yds qbh brup kick kick rush rcv saf pts

Sep 03 EWU 45 24 69 5.0-13 1.0-5 1 2-0 2-7 0 4 0 3-3 0 0 0 30

Sep 10 HAWAII 45 16 61 4.0-15 2.0-11 2 1-0 1-7 0 2 2 5-5 0 0 0 40

Sep 17 at Nebraska 37 38 75 3.0-10 2.0-9 0 1-0 0-0 1 4 0 5-5 0 0 0 38

Sep 24 CALIFORNIA 38 26 64 4.0-11 1.0-7 1 0-0 0-0 0 6 0 4-4 0 0 0 31

Oct 01 at UTAH 26 34 60 5.0-23 2.0-16 3 3-21 2-0 0 5 0 4-4 0 0 0 31

Oct 15 COLORADO 41 20 61 10.0-48 5.0-34 0 0-0 0-0 0 4 0 7-7 0 0 0 52

Oct 22 at Stanford 35 46 81 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 3-3 0 0 0 21

Oct 29 ARIZONA 43 16 59 5.0-24 2.0-19 1 1-7 3-14 0 4 0 6-6 0 0 0 42

Nov 05 OREGON 44 18 62 3.0-5 0.0-0 1 1-0 0-0 0 1 0 2-2 0 0 0 17

Nov 12 at USC 39 36 75 3.0-18 1.0-8 0 0-0 0-0 0 5 0 2-2 0 0 0 17

Nov 19 at Oregon State 43 22 65 5.0-22 1.0-7 3 2--4 1-0 0 6 0 3-3 0 0 0 21

Nov 26 WASHINGTON STATE 49 22 71 12.0-54 7.0-41 3 1-0 1-23 0 4 1 5-5 0 0 0 38

Dec 29 vs Baylor 39 56 95 6.0-29 4.0-18 1 1-0 0-0 1 3 0 8-8 0 0 0 56

Washington 524 374 898 65.0-272 27.0-175 16 13-24 10-51 3 50 3 57-57 0 0 0 434

Opponents 508 444 952 78.0-291 34.0-188 10 9-9 13-322 12 27 2 53-55 0 2 1 467

Punting Field Goals Kickoffs

Date Opponent no. yds avg long blkd tb fc 50+ i20 md-att long blkd no. yds avg tb ob

Sep 03 EWU 5 234 46.8 55 0 1 2 2 2 3-3 53 0 7 443 63.3 1 0

Sep 10 HAWAII 3 78 26.0 41 1 0 0 0 0 1-1 36 0 7 455 65.0 1 0

Sep 17 at Nebraska 5 203 40.6 52 0 0 0 1 0 1-1 40 0 6 355 59.2 0 0

Sep 24 CALIFORNIA 2 78 39.0 41 0 0 2 0 2 1-2 40 0 6 403 67.2 1 0

Oct 01 at UTAH 3 124 41.3 46 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 44 0 5 341 68.2 2 0

Oct 15 COLORADO 2 88 44.0 51 0 0 1 1 2 1-1 41 0 8 478 59.8 0 0

Oct 22 at Stanford 4 160 40.0 45 0 0 3 0 0 0-1 0 0 4 269 67.2 0 0

Oct 29 ARIZONA 4 164 41.0 51 0 0 1 1 0 0-0 0 0 7 456 65.1 0 0

Nov 05 OREGON 4 172 43.0 47 0 1 1 0 1 1-1 42 0 4 242 60.5 0 0

Nov 12 at USC 8 418 52.2 62 0 1 2 5 2 1-1 46 0 4 248 62.0 1 0

Nov 19 at Oregon State 3 122 40.7 43 0 0 2 0 1 0-1 0 0 4 267 66.8 1 0

Nov 26 WASHINGTON STATE 7 311 44.4 62 1 1 3 2 3 1-2 46 0 7 465 66.4 0 0

Dec 29 vs Baylor 2 109 54.5 57 0 0 0 2 2 0-1 0 0 9 572 63.6 1 0

Washington 52 2261 43.5 62 2 4 17 14 15 11-16 53 0 78 4994 64.0 8 0

Opponents 45 1859 41.3 62 1 3 13 6 9 20-22 47 0 86 5421 63.0 7 2

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2011 University of Washington Football

Washington Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Dec 30, 2011)

All games

OPPONENT STATISTICS

Rushing Receiving Passing Kick Returns Punt Returns tot

Date Opponent no. yds td lg no. yds td lg cmp-att-int yds td lg no. yds td lg no. yds td lg off

Sep 03 EWU 17 31 0 13 39 473 3 43 39-69-2 473 3 43 6 129 0 25 2 -5 0 0 504

Sep 10 HAWAII 22 55 3 13 31 333 1 36 31-45-1 333 1 36 6 163 0 58 2 4 0 0 388

Sep 17 at Nebraska 55 309 4 36 10 155 2 50 10-21-0 155 2 50 5 154 0 66 3 27 0 19 464

Sep 24 CALIFORNIA 33 108 1 22 23 349 1 90 23-43-0 349 1 90 5 93 0 24 0 0 0 0 457

Oct 01 at UTAH 23 17 0 6 22 305 2 63 22-33-2 305 2 63 3 53 0 23 1 6 0 6 322

Oct 15 COLORADO 27 62 2 38 22 207 1 24 22-38-0 207 1 24 8 133 0 23 1 3 0 3 269

Oct 22 at Stanford 44 446 5 70 16 169 2 32 16-22-0 169 2 32 4 97 0 32 1 5 0 5 615

Oct 29 ARIZONA 19 36 0 9 32 388 2 41 32-50-3 388 2 41 7 171 0 44 2 -2 0 0 424

Nov 05 OREGON 39 212 3 22 13 169 1 34 13-25-0 169 1 34 4 123 0 69 0 0 0 0 381

Nov 12 at USC 40 252 3 79 18 174 1 36 18-28-0 174 1 36 3 127 1 88 3 32 0 20 426

Nov 19 at Oregon State 31 145 3 56 26 339 2 58 26-37-1 339 2 58 3 60 0 26 1 19 0 19 484

Nov 26 WASHINGTON STATE 29 38 0 27 29 344 3 38 29-42-1 344 3 38 7 148 0 37 0 0 0 0 382

Dec 29 vs Baylor 52 482 8 89 24 295 1 48 24-33-0 295 1 48 8 183 0 35 1 -2 0 0 777

Opponents 431 2193 32 89 305 3700 22 90 305-486-10 3700 22 90 69 1634 1 88 17 87 0 20 5893

Washington 452 2006 19 61 267 3322 36 80 267-406-13 3322 36 80 75 1751 0 64 21 194 1 46 5328

Games played: 13

Avg per rush: 5.1

Avg per catch: 12.1

Pass efficiency: 137.53

Kick ret avg: 23.7

Punt ret avg: 5.1

All purpose avg/game: 610.5

Total offense avg/gm: 453.3

Tackles Sacks Fumble Pass Defense Blkd PAT Attempts

Date Opponent ua a total tfl-yds no-yds ff fr-yds int-yds qbh brup kick kick rush rcv saf pts

Sep 03 EWU 46 20 66 6.0-39 3.0-33 1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 3-3 0 0 0 27

Sep 10 HAWAII 32 30 62 3.0-5 2.0-3 0 0-0 1-99 0 4 1 2-4 0 0 0 32

Sep 17 at Nebraska 23 54 77 3.0-5 2.0-3 0 1-0 2-0 4 3 0 6-6 0 0 0 51

Sep 24 CALIFORNIA 39 28 67 6.0-17 2.0-10 2 2-0 0-0 0 1 0 2-2 0 0 0 23

Oct 01 at UTAH 31 58 89 9.0-33 2.0-17 1 0-0 1-0 0 1 0 2-2 0 0 0 14

Oct 15 COLORADO 46 22 68 3.0-10 1.0-7 1 1-0 0-0 0 1 0 3-3 0 0 0 24

Oct 22 at Stanford 38 40 78 9.0-29 2.0-9 1 1-0 2-62 5 2 0 8-8 0 0 0 65

Oct 29 ARIZONA 44 28 72 3.0-14 2.0-13 0 0-0 3-91 0 4 0 2-2 0 1 0 31

Nov 05 OREGON 51 28 79 12.0-43 6.0-30 1 1-9 2-65 0 0 0 4-4 0 0 0 34

Nov 12 at USC 31 38 69 10.0-40 7.0-35 0 0-0 0-0 0 5 0 5-5 0 0 1 40

Nov 19 at Oregon State 38 42 80 6.0-31 4.0-26 1 1-0 2-5 0 2 0 5-5 0 0 0 38

Nov 26 WASHINGTON STATE 47 18 65 4.0-12 1.0-2 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 3-3 0 0 0 21

Dec 29 vs Baylor 42 38 80 4.0-13 0.0-0 2 2-0 0-0 3 3 0 8-8 0 1 0 67

Opponents 508 444 952 78.0-291 34.0-188 10 9-9 13-322 12 27 2 53-55 0 2 1 467

Washington 524 374 898 65.0-272 27.0-175 16 13-24 10-51 3 50 3 57-57 0 0 0 434

Punting Field Goals Kickoffs

Date Opponent no. yds avg long blkd tb fc 50+ i20 md-att long blkd no. yds avg tb ob

Sep 03 EWU 1 47 47.0 47 0 0 1 0 0 2-2 28 0 5 303 60.6 0 0

Sep 10 HAWAII 2 84 42.0 48 0 0 1 0 2 0-0 0 0 5 287 57.4 0 0

Sep 17 at Nebraska 4 163 40.8 48 0 0 0 0 1 3-3 44 0 9 589 65.4 2 0

Sep 24 CALIFORNIA 3 149 49.7 58 0 1 0 2 0 3-3 36 0 6 378 63.0 0 1

Oct 01 at UTAH 3 137 45.7 62 0 0 2 1 1 0-0 0 0 3 210 70.0 3 0

Oct 15 COLORADO 6 243 40.5 44 0 0 5 0 0 1-1 46 0 5 292 58.4 0 0

Oct 22 at Stanford 1 41 41.0 41 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 39 0 12 783 65.2 0 0

Oct 29 ARIZONA 4 149 37.2 46 0 1 1 0 2 3-3 47 0 7 443 63.3 1 0

Nov 05 OREGON 4 171 42.8 47 0 1 2 0 1 2-4 40 0 7 425 60.7 0 0

Nov 12 at USC 5 212 42.4 53 0 0 1 1 0 1-1 30 0 7 470 67.1 0 0

Nov 19 at Oregon State 2 70 35.0 37 0 0 0 0 1 1-1 24 0 6 390 65.0 1 0

Nov 26 WASHINGTON STATE 8 289 36.1 48 1 0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 4 231 57.8 0 0

Dec 29 vs Baylor 2 104 52.0 53 0 0 0 2 0 1-1 42 0 10 620 62.0 0 1

Opponents 45 1859 41.3 62 1 3 13 6 9 20-22 47 0 86 5421 63.0 7 2

Washington 52 2261 43.5 62 2 4 17 14 15 11-16 53 0 78 4994 64.0 8 0

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2011 University of Washington Football

Washington Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Dec 30, 2011)

All games

First Downs Rushing Passing Total Offense Return Turn-

Opponent Score Total Rush Pass Pen Number-Yards Comp-Att-Int Yards Plays-Yards Yards Overs

EWU 30 - 27 14 / 30 9 / 5 5 / 22 0 / 3 38-148 / 17-31 17-25-0 / 39-69-2 102 / 473 63-250 / 86-504 120 / 124 0 / 4

HAWAII 40 - 32 22 / 20 7 / 4 13 / 15 2 / 1 34-151 / 22-55 18-26-1 / 31-45-1 315 / 333 60-466 / 67-388 135 / 266 1 / 2

Nebraska 38 - 51 20 / 22 8 / 16 10 / 6 2 / 0 31-146 / 55-309 21-37-2 / 10-21-0 274 / 155 68-420 / 76-464 221 / 181 3 / 1

CALIFORNIA 31 - 23 21 / 24 8 / 6 10 / 16 3 / 2 34-117 / 33-108 19-25-0 / 23-43-0 292 / 349 59-409 / 76-457 158 / 93 2 / 0

UTAH 31 - 14 22 / 18 8 / 3 12 / 13 2 / 2 42-185 / 23-17 22-30-1 / 22-33-2 226 / 305 72-411 / 56-322 17 / 59 1 / 5

COLORADO 52 - 24 31 / 17 16 / 5 14 / 10 1 / 2 40-295 / 27-62 23-30-0 / 22-38-0 267 / 207 70-562 / 65-269 98 / 136 1 / 0

Stanford 21 - 65 19 / 26 5 / 16 12 / 8 2 / 2 26-172 / 44-446 24-38-2 / 16-22-0 258 / 169 64-430 / 66-615 298 / 164 3 / 0

ARIZONA 42 - 31 24 / 25 9 / 4 12 / 19 3 / 2 43-179 / 19-36 17-31-3 / 32-50-3 310 / 388 74-489 / 69-424 198 / 260 3 / 4

OREGON 17 - 34 19 / 20 4 / 12 12 / 8 3 / 0 36-82 / 39-212 25-36-2 / 13-25-0 196 / 169 72-278 / 64-381 116 / 197 3 / 1

USC 17 - 40 13 / 21 4 / 10 8 / 7 1 / 4 24-46 / 40-252 21-31-0 / 18-28-0 198 / 174 55-244 / 68-426 186 / 159 0 / 0

Oregon State 21 - 38 22 / 20 10 / 5 10 / 14 2 / 1 38-160 / 31-145 16-30-2 / 26-37-1 155 / 339 68-315 / 68-484 74 / 84 3 / 3

WASHINGTON STATE 38 - 21 21 / 21 5 / 4 15 / 15 1 / 2 29-143 / 29-38 21-30-0 / 29-42-1 291 / 344 59-434 / 71-382 158 / 148 0 / 2

Baylor 56 - 67 26 / 33 10 / 18 15 / 14 1 / 1 37-182 / 52-482 23-37-0 / 24-33-0 438 / 295 74-620 / 85-777 241 / 181 2 / 1

Totals 434 - 467 274 / 297 103 / 108 148 / 167 23 / 22 452-2006 / 431-2193 267-406-13 / 305-486-10 3322 / 3700 858-5328 / 917-5893 2020 / 2052 22 / 23

3rd Down 4th Down Time of TOP Avg Avg Avg Punting Penalties

Opponent Conversions Conversions Possession Margin Yds/Rush Yds/Pass Yds/Play Number-Avg Number-Yards Sacks

EWU 6-15 / 10-16 1-1 / 2-4 30:42 / 29:18 1 : 2 4 3.9 / 1.8 4.1 / 6.9 4.0 / 5.9 5-46.8 / 1-47.0 6-60 / 5-35 1 / 3

HAWAII 4-11 / 11-14 1-1 / 0-1 27:49 / 32:11 -4:22 4.4 / 2.5 12.1 / 7.4 7.8 / 5.8 3-26.0 / 2-42.0 3-30 / 7-52 2 / 2

Nebraska 7-14 / 3-12 0-1 / 0-1 29:31 / 30:29 -0:58 4.7 / 5.6 7.4 / 7.4 6.2 / 6.1 5-40.6 / 4-40.8 9-90 / 7-60 2 / 2

CALIFORNIA 6-11 / 7-17 1-1 / 2-4 27:39 / 32:21 -4:42 3.4 / 3.3 11.7 / 8.1 6.9 / 6.0 2-39.0 / 3-49.7 7-75 / 7-62 1 / 2

UTAH 7-13 / 5-10 0-2 / 1-2 33:16 / 26:44 6 : 3 2 4.4 / 0.7 7.5 / 9.2 5.7 / 5.8 3-41.3 / 3-45.7 6-59 / 4-41 2 / 2

COLORADO 8-10 / 8-17 0-0 / 0-0 30:37 / 29:23 1 : 1 4 7.4 / 2.3 8.9 / 5.4 8.0 / 4.1 2-44.0 / 6-40.5 6-65 / 3-30 5 / 1

Stanford 6-13 / 8-12 0-0 / 0-0 26:50 / 33:10 -6:20 6.6 / 10.1 6.8 / 7.7 6.7 / 9.3 4-40.0 / 1-41.0 7-84 / 9-58 0 / 2

ARIZONA 7-15 / 3-11 1-1 / 0-0 32:17 / 27:43 4 : 3 4 4.2 / 1.9 10.0 / 7.8 6.6 / 6.1 4-41.0 / 4-37.2 8-73 / 6-56 2 / 2

OREGON 8-16 / 5-12 0-2 / 0-0 35:59 / 24:01 1 1 : 5 8 2.3 / 5.4 5.4 / 6.8 3.9 / 6.0 4-43.0 / 4-42.8 3-20 / 9-78 0 / 6

USC 2-13 / 7-15 1-1 / 2-2 25:45 / 34:15 -8:30 1.9 / 6.3 6.4 / 6.2 4.4 / 6.3 8-52.2 / 5-42.4 12-91 / 11-78 1 / 7

Oregon State 6-13 / 8-14 1-2 / 2-2 28:33 / 31:27 -2:54 4.2 / 4.7 5.2 / 9.2 4.6 / 7.1 3-40.7 / 2-35.0 3-21 / 7-70 1 / 4

WASHINGTON STATE 3-12 / 6-15 0-0 / 0-0 27:22 / 32:38 -5:16 4.9 / 1.3 9.7 / 8.2 7.4 / 5.4 7-44.4 / 8-36.1 7-90 / 7-42 7 / 1

Baylor 9-16 / 7-14 3-4 / 3-4 31:50 / 28:10 3 : 4 0 4.9 / 9.3 11.8 / 8.9 8.4 / 9.1 2-54.5 / 2-52.0 1-15 / 8-58 4 / 0

Totals 79-172 / 88-179 9-16 / 12-20 388:10 / 391:50 -3:40 4.4 / 5.1 8.2 / 7.6 6.2 / 6.4 52-43.5 / 45-41.3 78-773 / 90-720 28 / 34

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

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Washington Passing Game-by-Game (as of Jan 04, 2012)

All games

#17 Price, Keith Comp Att Int Pct Yards TD Long Sacked Effic

EWU 17 25 0 68.0 102 3 10 3-33 141.87

Hawaii 18 25 1 72.0 315 4 59 2-3 222.64

Nebraska 21 37 2 56.8 274 4 52 2-3 143.83

California 19 25 0 76.0 292 3 70 2-10 213.71

UTAH 22 30 1 73.3 226 3 23 2-17 162.95

Colorado 21 28 0 75.0 257 4 25 0-0 199.24

Stanford 23 36 1 63.9 247 1 30 2-9 125.13

Arizona 16 30 3 53.3 277 1 48 2-13 121.89

Oregon 24 35 2 68.6 143 2 20 6-30 110.32

USC 12 16 0 75.0 125 0 53 4-21 140.62

Oregon State 5 9 1 55.6 76 1 36 0-0 140.93

Washington State 21 29 0 72.4 291 3 31 1-2 190.84

Baylor 23 37 0 62.2 438 4 80 0-0 197.28

TOTALS 242 362 11 66.9 3063 33 80 26-141 161.93

#0E Montana, Nick Comp Att Int Pct Yards TD Long Sacked Effic

Colorado 2 2 0 100.0 10 0 6 1-7 142.00

Stanford 1 2 1 50.0 11 0 11 0-0 -3.80

Oregon 1 1 0 100.0 53 0 53 0-0 545.20

USC 9 15 0 60.0 73 1 20 2-12 122.88

Oregon State 11 21 1 52.4 79 2 15 4-26 105.89

Washington State 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0-0 0.00

TOTALS 24 42 2 57.1 226 3 53 7-45 116.39

#9 Aguilar, Devin Comp Att Int Pct Yards TD Long Sacked Effic

Arizona 1 1 0 100.0 33 0 33 0-0 377.20

TOTALS 1 1 0 100.0 33 0 33 1-2 377.20

#24 Callier, Jesse Comp Att Int Pct Yards TD Long Sacked Effic

Hawaii 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0-0 0.00

TOTALS 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 0-0 0.00

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Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

2011 University of Washington Football

Washington Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game (as of Jan 04, 2012)

All games

RUSHING No-Yds/TD EWU UH NEB CAL UTAH CU STAN ARIZ ORE USC OSU WSU BU

Polk, Chris 293-1488/12 23-125/0 22-107/1 22-130/1 20-60/1 29-189/0 18-117/0 15-144/2 34-144/4 24-80/0 9-36/1 25-109/0 22-100/1 30-147/1

Callier, Jesse 47-260/1 10-47/0 3-22/0 3-6/0 3-14/0 1--1/0 10-81/1 3-1/0 2-12/0 1-4/0 2-12/0 3-22/0 4-44/0 2--4/0

Sankey, Bishop 28-187/1 - - - 2-16/0 4-5/0 8-71/1 5-31/0 1-9/0 2-21/0 4-22/0 2-12/0 DNP -

Smith, Kevin 5-71/1 - 1-18/0 - - 1-1/0 1-22/1 - - - 1-6/0 1-24/0 - DNP

Kearse, Jer. 2-13/1 - - - 1-7/0 - - - 1-6/1 - - - - -

Price, Keith 56-10/3 4--23/0 4-4/0 6-10/0 7-21/0 6--8/0 2-11/0 2--9/0 4-9/0 8--27/0 5--16/0 - 3--1/0 5-39/3

Aguilar, Devin 3-7/0 - - - - - - 1-5/0 - 1-4/0 1--2/0 - - -

Fogerson, Johri 1-6/0 DNP 1-6/0 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

TEAM 7--10/0 1--1/0 3--6/0 - 1--1/0 1--1/0 DNP DNP 1--1/0 DNP DNP DNP - DNP

Montana, Nick 10--26/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 1--7/0 - DNP - 2--12/0 7--7/0 - DNP

RECEIVING No-Yds/TD EWU UH NEB CAL UTAH CU STAN ARIZ ORE USC OSU WSU BU

Kearse, Jer. 47-699/7 1-8/0 2-30/2 5-69/2 3-23/0 7-70/1 5-84/1 4-52/0 4-59/0 3-24/0 2-10/0 1-10/0 5-62/0 5-198/1

Aguilar, Devin 41-611/6 1-8/0 5-131/1 5-42/0 2-72/0 2-40/1 6-37/1 5-71/0 2-26/0 2-34/0 1-5/0 3-42/1 2-13/0 5-90/2

SeferianJenkins 41-538/6 1-10/0 3-91/1 1-15/0 4-54/2 3-32/0 3-42/1 5-77/0 1-14/0 1--6/0 4-48/0 6-40/2 4-62/0 5-59/0

Williams, Kasen 36-427/6 2-6/1 1-7/0 2-24/0 3-12/0 2-30/1 - 2-18/0 2-60/0 6-79/1 5-44/1 3-54/0 5-74/2 3-19/0

Johnson, James 28-366/4 4-29/1 2-18/0 6-108/2 2-34/0 3-37/0 5-61/0 3-27/0 1-16/0 DNP DNP - - 2-36/1

Polk, Chris 31-332/4 - 1-11/0 2-16/0 4-85/1 3-16/0 1-14/1 3-7/0 4-100/1 6-31/0 1-0/0 2-8/0 2-36/1 2-8/0

Smith, Kevin 15-208/0 3-15/0 2-17/0 - 1-12/0 - 2-20/0 1-4/0 2-34/0 1-14/0 1-53/0 - 2-39/0 DNP

Callier, Jesse 7-65/0 1-7/0 - - - - 1-9/0 - - 2-7/0 1-9/0 - 1-5/0 1-28/0

Hartvigson, M. 8-30/1 2-5/0 1-7/0 - - 1-1/0 - - - 2-1/1 2-16/0 - - -

Sankey, Bishop 6-14/0 - - - - 1-0/0 - - - - 4-13/0 1-1/0 DNP -

Tucker, Tim 2-12/0 DNP - - - - - - - 2-12/0 - - - DNP

Campbell, D. 2-8/0 1-7/0 - - - - - - 1-1/0 - - - - DNP

Amosa, Jonathan 1-7/1 1-7/1 - - - - - - - - - DNP DNP -

Fogerson, Johri 1-3/0 DNP 1-3/0 - - DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Hudson, Evan 1-2/1 DNP - DNP - - - 1-2/1 - - DNP - - -

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Washington Total Tackles Game-by-Game (as of Jan 04, 2012)

All games

Total Tackles UA-A Total EWU UH NEB CAL UTAH CU STAN ARIZ ORE USC OSU WSU BU

Dennison, Cort 64-64 128 3 - 0 1 0 - 2 4 - 4 6 - 5 4 - 6 2 - 4 5 - 8 6 - 2 4 - 6 7 - 5 5 - 6 4 - 5 4 - 1 1

Parker, Sean 47-44 91 5 - 2 4 - 4 6 - 5 5 - 1 3 - 3 1 - 2 5 - 4 2 - 2 2 - 2 5 - 5 0 - 1 3 - 4 6 - 9

Trufant, D. 46-18 64 8 - 3 4 - 0 3 - 2 3 - 1 4 - 2 2 - 1 1 - 4 4 - 1 6 - 0 2 - 3 6 - 0 1 - 0 2 - 1

Fuimaono, P. 35-29 64 3 - 3 - 1 - 1 1 - 3 2 - 5 2 - 0 2 - 1 2 - 1 5 - 1 5 - 7 4 - 4 7 - 2 1 - 1

Glenn, Justin 28-24 52 1 - 1 0 - 2 8 - 7 4 - 2 3 - 2 4 - 0 3 - 5 - 1 - 0 1 - 0 - - 3 - 5

Timu, John 28-24 52 0 - 1 2 - 0 0 - 3 2 - 3 D N P 1 - 1 2 - 0 1 - 4 7 - 1 2 - 2 5 - 2 4 - 1 2 - 6

Thompson, E. 19-22 41 3 - 0 2 - 1 1 - 2 6 - 0 0 - 3 1 - 2 2 - 3 0 - 3 1 - 2 0 - 2 1 - 1 2 - 1 0 - 2

Richardson, Q. 31-9 40 D N P 6 - 0 2 - 0 2 - 0 0 - 1 1 - 0 0 - 1 3 - 1 3 - 0 1 - 1 2 - 1 7 - 1 4 - 3

Ducre, Gregory 27-10 37 4 - 1 5 - 1 1 - 0 1 - 1 2 - 2 3 - 0 1 - 1 5 - 0 - 0 - 1 2 - 1 3 - 1 0 - 1

Shamburger, W. 25-11 36 - - - 1 - 1 1 - 0 4 - 0 6 - 1 3 - 1 6 - 3 3 - 5 1 - 0 D N P D N P

Fellner, Nate 24-10 34 6 - 3 2 - 0 D N P D N P D N P 2 - 0 1 - 2 2 - 0 - D N P 6 - 1 3 - 2 2 - 2

Ta'amu, Alameda 15-15 30 3 - 2 2 - 0 0 - 3 0 - 1 1 - 1 2 - 3 - 2 - 0 1 - 0 0 - 1 0 - 2 3 - 1 1 - 1

Shirley, Josh 23-5 28 - - 2 - 0 2 - 0 1 - 1 2 - 1 1 - 1 2 - 0 0 - 1 2 - 0 3 - 0 3 - 1 5 - 0

Hudson, Andrew 10-14 24 - 1 - 1 1 - 1 0 - 1 0 - 1 - 0 - 1 1 - 1 1 - 2 1 - 1 1 - 3 2 - 1 2 - 1

Gilliland, G. 11-12 23 1 - 1 1 - 1 2 - 1 2 - 2 1 - 2 2 - 0 0 - 1 - 1 - 0 - D N P - 1 - 4

Kearse, Jamaal 12-11 23 - - 1 - 1 2 - 2 2 - 2 2 - 1 1 - 4 - 1 - 0 2 - 1 - - 1 - 0

Tutogi, Thomas 9-10 19 0 - 2 1 - 1 - - 0 - 1 0 - 2 1 - 3 1 - 0 - 2 - 0 2 - 0 2 - 0 0 - 1

Jamora, Hau'oli 8-7 15 4 - 3 1 - 0 3 - 4 - D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P

Walker, Greg 11-4 15 - - 0 - 2 - - 4 - 1 2 - 1 1 - 0 - - 1 - 0 3 - 0 -

Gobern, Anthony 13-0 13 3 - 0 - - - - 1 - 0 2 - 0 4 - 0 - 1 - 0 1 - 0 - 1 - 0

Shelton, Danny 2-9 11 - - - 0 - 1 - - 0 - 1 - - 1 - 2 - 0 - 1 1 - 4

Sager, Cole 4-5 9 - 1 - 2 - - - 0 - 2 0 - 1 2 - 0 - - - - 1 - 0

Tucker, Tim 3-4 7 D N P - - 1 - 2 0 - 1 - - - - 1 - 0 - 1 - 1 D N P

Potoa'e, Sione 4-3 7 - - D N P - - 1 - 0 0 - 2 - - 3 - 0 - D N P 0 - 1

Folk, Erik 3-2 5 0 - 1 - 1 - 0 - - - - 1 - 0 1 - 0 - - - 0 - 1

Crichton, Talia 3-2 5 - 2 - 0 - - 0 - 1 - 0 - 1 D N P D N P - - - 1 - 0

Tokolahi, S. 4-0 4 D N P D N P - D N P 1 - 0 1 - 0 - - 1 - 0 - - 1 - 0 D N P

Stevenson, Taz 2-2 4 0 - 1 1 - 1 D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P 1 - 0 - - - - -

Callier, Jesse 1-2 3 - - 0 - 1 - - - - - - - 1 - 0 - 0 - 1

Polk, Chris 2-1 3 - - - - - - - - 1 - 0 - - - 1 - 1

Kearse, Jer. 2-0 2 - - - - - - - - 1 - 0 - 1 - 0 - -

Lopez, Brendan 1-1 2 - - 0 - 1 - - 1 - 0 - - - - - - -

Sample, James 1-0 1 1 - 0 D N P D N P D N P D N P - D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P

Price, Keith 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - 1 - 0 - - - -

Williams, Kasen 1-0 1 - - - - - - - - - - 1 - 0 - -

Pelluer, Cooper 1-0 1 D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P 1 - 0 D N P D N P - D N P D N P - -

Galbraith, Pete 1-0 1 D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P 1 - 0 D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P D N P

Lagafuaina, L. 1-0 1 - - - - 1 - 0 - - D N P - D N P D N P D N P D N P

SeferianJenkins 1-0 1 - - 1 - 0 - - - - - - - - - -

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Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

100-YARD RUSHER

by UW 147, Chris Polk, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

by Opp. three players, led by Ganaway (200), Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

TWO 100-YARD RUSHERS

by UW 138, Chris Polk, vs. UCLA, 11/18/10

107, Jesse Callier, vs. UCLA, 11/18/10

by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

101, Jarred Salubi, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

101, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

THREE 100-YARD RUSHERS

by UW 222, Corey Dillon, vs. San Jose State, 11/16/96

148, Terry Hollimon, vs. San Jose State, 11/16/96

100, Maurice Shaw, vs. San Jose State, 11/16/96

by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

101, Jarred Salubi, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

101, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

200-YARD RUSHER

by UW 284, Chris Polk, at Washington State, 12/4/10

by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

60-YARD RUSH PLAY

by UW 61, Chris Polk, at Stanford, 10/22/11

by Opp. 78, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

70-YARD RUSH PLAY

by UW 72, Chris Polk, at Washington State, 12/4/10

by Opp. 78, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

80-YARD RUSH PLAY

by UW 86, Rich Alexis, at Arizona State, 10/14/00

by Opp. 89, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

THREE RUSHING TDS

by UW Keith Price (3), vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. Terrance Ganaway (5), Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

30 OR MORE RUSHES

by UW 30, Chris Polk, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 32, Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State, 10/16/10

TEAM RUSHED FOR 300 YARDS

by UW 315, at Washington State, 12/4/10

by Opp. 482, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

300-YARD PASSER

by UW 438, Keith Price, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 344, Marshall Lobbestael, Washington State, 11/26/11

400-YARD PASSER

by UW 438, Keith Price, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 473, Bo Levi Mitchell, Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

THE LAST TIME ...

SCORED ON OVER A 50-YARD PASS PLAY

by UW 80 yards, Keith Price to J. Kearse, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 90 yards, Zach Maynard to Keenan Allen, California, 9/24/11

25 PASS COMPLETIONS

by UW 25, Jake Locker, vs. LSU, 9/5/09

by Opp. 29, Marshall Lobbestael, Washington State, 11/26/11

40 PASS ATTEMPTS

by UW 40, Jake Locker, at USC, 10/2/10

by Opp. 42, Marshall Lobbestael, Washington State, 11/26/11

THREE OR MORE TD PASSES

by UW 4, Keith Price, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 3, Marshall Lobbestael, Washington State, 11/26/11

FOUR OR MORE TD PASSES

by UW 4, Keith Price, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 4, Sean Canfield, Oregon State, 11/14/09

100-YARD RECEIVER

by UW 198, Chris Polk, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 108, Marquess Wilson, Washington State, 11/26/11

200-YARD RECEIVER

by UW 216, Charles Frederick, at Oregon State, 10/18/03

by Opp. 244, Golden Tate, Notre Dame, 10/3/09

100 YARDS RECEIVING BY TWO OR MORE PLAYERS

by UW Reggie Williams (116) and Patrick Reddick (105), vs. California, 10/5/02

by Opp. Brandon Kaufman (140) and Nicholas Edwards (108), EWU, 9/3/11

TEN OR MORE RECEPTIONS

by UW 13, Reggie Williams, at Arizona, 11/8/03

by Opp. 11, Juron Criner, Arizona, 10/29/11

THREE OR MORE TD RECEPTIONS

by UW 4, Jermaine Kearse, vs. Oregon State, 10/16/10

by Opp. 3, Rob Gronkowski, Arizona, 10/4/08

THREE FIELD GOALS

by UW Erik Folk (3), vs. Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

by Opp. John Bonano (3), vs. Arizona, 10/29/11

FOUR FIELD GOALS

by UW Erik Folk (4), at USC, 10/2/10

by Opp. Alex Zendejas (4), Arizona, 10/10/09

50+ YARD FIELD GOAL

by UW 53, Erik Folk, vs. Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

by Opp. 53, Giorgio Tavecchio, California, 11/27/10

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MISSED POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN

by UW Ryan Perkins (blocked), vs. Brigham Young, 9/6/08

by Opp. Kenton Chun (blocked), Hawai’i, 9/10/11

TWO INTERCEPTIONS

by UW Scott White, vs. Oregon State, 10/14/06

by Opp. Eddie Pleasant, Oregon, 11/5/11

THREE INTERCEPTIONS

by UW Russell Hairston, vs. Oregon, 10/23/93

by Opp. Lamont Thompson, Washington State, 11/22/97

MADE 15+ TACKLES

by UW 15, Sean Parker, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 15, Elliot Coffey, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

MADE 20+ TACKLES

by UW 22, John Fiala, at Arizona State, 9/7/96

by Opp. 21, Marcus Bell, Arizona, 10/3/98

PUNT RETURNED FOR TD

by UW 86 yards, Charles Frederick at Oregon State, 10/18/03

by Opp. 48 yards, Mike Thomas, Arizona, 10/4/08

BLOCKED PUNT FOR TD

by UW Jesse Callier (blocked by Thomas Tutogi) vs. Washington St., 11/26/11

by Opp. Tyrell Irvin (blocked by Rory Cavaille), Oregon, 10/24/09

PUNT BLOCKED (NO TD)

by UW Chris Stevens, vs. Arizona State, 11/8/08

by Opp. Deone Bucannon, Washington State, 11/26/11

BLOCKED FIELD GOAL

by UW Jordan Reffett, vs. Ohio State (Ryan Pretorious), 9/15/07

by Opp. Joshua Leonard, Hawaii (Ryan Perkins), 12/01/07

KICKOFF RETURNED FOR TD

by UW 89 yards, Louis Rankin, vs. Washington State, 11/24/07

by Opp. 88 yards, Marqise Lee, USC, 11/12/11

INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR TD

by UW Quinton Richardson (28 yards), vs. UCLA, 11/18/10

by Opp. Robert Golden (91 yards), Arizona, 10/29/11

FUMBLE RECOVERED FOR TD

by UW Terry Johnson, vs. Idaho, 9/20/03

by Opp. Rodney Leisle, UCLA, 10/4/03

FUMBLE RETURNED FOR TD

by UW 18 yards, Jamaal Kearse, at Utah, 10/1/11

by Opp. 21 yards, Cameron Jordan, California, 11/27/10

THE LAST TIME ...

SCORED A SAFETY

by UW Team (holding in endzone), vs. Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10

by Opp. Devon Kennard (sack in endzone), USC, 11/12/11

SURPASSED 500-YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE

by UW 620, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 777, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

SURPASSED 600-YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE

by UW 620, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 777, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

RECORDED A SHUTOUT

by UW 30-0, vs. Washington State, 11/28/09

by Opp. 0-41, Stanford, 10/30/10

BACK-TO-BACK SHUTOUTS

by UW vs. Arizona (54-0), 10/5/91 and vs. Toledo (48-0), 10/12/91

by Opp. by USC (0-0), 11/4/61 and by Oregon State (0-3), 11/11/61

SCORED 50 POINTS

by UW 56-67, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

by Opp. 67-56, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

SCORED 60 POINTS

by UW 66-0, vs. Oregon, 10/26/74

by Opp. 67-56, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

PLAYED TO A TIE

by UW 21-21 vs. USC, 10/28/95

PLAYED AN OVERTIME GAME

Win 35-34 win vs. Oregon State, 10/16/10

Loss 37-30 loss at Notre Dame, 10/3/09

70-YARD PUNT

by UW 82, Kiel Rasp, at California, 11/27/10

by Opp. 74, Rob Myers, Washington State, 11/18/89

TEAM FAILED TO RUSH FOR 100-YARDS

by UW 46, at USC, 11/12/11

by Opp. 38, Washington State, 11/26/11

TEAM FAILED TO PASS FOR 100-YARDS

by UW 72, vs. Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10

by Opp. 98, Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10

10 OR MORE PENALTIES

by UW 12, at USC, 11/12/11

by Opp. 11, USC, 11/12/11

100 PENALTY YARDS

by UW 100, at Washington State, 12/4/10

by Opp. 102, Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10

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Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

WASHINGTON POINTS OFF TURNOVERS

Sept. 3 vs. Eastern Washington Outcome Points

UW fumble recovery (Ducre from M. Johnson) UW touchdown (Amosa rec. from Price - 7 yds.) 7 points

UW interception (Gilliland from Mitchell) UW field goal (Folk - 47 yds.) 3 points

UW fumble recovery (Gobern from Beaumonte) UW touchdown (Williams rec. from Price - 6 yds.) 7 points

UW interception (Trufant from Mitchell) end of game 0 points

Sept. 10 vs. Hawai’i Outcome Points

UW fumble recovery (Ducre from Pollard) UW touchdown (Je. Kearse rec. from Price - 10 yds.) 7 points

UW interception (Trufant from Moniz) UW punt 0 points

Sept. 17 at Nebraska Outcome Points

UW fumble recovery (Trufant from Abdullah) UW touchdown (Je. Kearse rec. from Price - 6 yds.) 7 points

Oct. 1 at Utah Outcome Points

UW fumble recovery (Ja. Kearse from Lacy) UW touchdown (Ja. Kearse returned - 18 yds.) 7 points

UW interception (Parker from Wynn) UW punt 0 points

UW fumble recovery (Trufant from Anderson) UW field goal (Folk - 44 yds.) 3 points

UW interception (Ducre from Hays) UW touchdown (Je. Kearse rec. from Price - 23 yds.) 7 points

UW fumble recovery (Tokolahi from Hays) loss of downs 0 points

Oct. 29 vs. Arizona Outcome Points

UW interception (Fellner from Foles) UA interception (Golden from Price) 0 points

UW fumble recovery (Fuimaono from Criner) UW touchdown (Polk run - 2 yds.) 7 points

UW interception (Parker from Foles) UW punt 0 points

UW interception (Dennison from Foles) end of game 0 points

Nov. 5 vs. Oregon Outcome Points

UW fumble recovery (A. Hudson from Thomas) UW field goal (Folk - 41 yds.) 3 points

Nov. 19 at Oregon State Outcome Points

UW interception (Parker from Mannion) UW punt 0 points

UW fumble recovery (Shelton from Halahuni) UW missed field goal (Folk - 39 yds.) 0 points

UW fumble recovery (Sager from Cooks) UW interception 0 points

Nov. 26 at Washington State Outcome Points

UW fumble recovery (Thompson from Galvin) UW missed field goal (Folk - 37 yds.) 0 points

UW interception (Parker from Lobbestael) UW touchdown (Polk run - 1 yd.) 7 points

Dec. 29 vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl) Outcome Points

UW fumble recovery (Timu from Griffin) UW touchdown (Price run - 15 yds.) 7 points

Totals: 24 turnovers, 8 touchdowns, 3 FGs, 72 points

OPPONENT POINTS OFF TURNOVERS

Sept. 10 vs. Hawai’i Outcome Points

UH interception (Torres from Price) UH returned for touchdown (Torres - 99 yds.) 7 points

Sept. 17 at Nebraska Outcome Points

NU interception (David from Price) NU punt 0 points

NU fumble recovery (May from Sankey) NU touchdown (Burkhead run - 1 yd.) 7 points

NU interception (Turner from Price) end of game 0 points

Sept. 24 vs. California Outcome Points

Cal fumble recovery (Kendricks from Price) Cal touchdown (Anderson run - 1 yd.) 7 points

Cal fumble recovery (Cattouse from Seferian-Jenkins) loss of downs 0 points

Oct. 1 at Utah Outcome Points

Utah interception (Williams from Price)

Oct. 15 vs. Colorado Outcome Points

CU fumble recovery (Goldberg from Montana) CU touchdown (Jones run - 1 yd.) 7 points

Oct. 22 at Stanford Outcome Points

SU interception (Thomas from Price) SU touchdown (returned - 61 yds.) 7 points

SU fumble recovery (Gatewood from Smith) SU field goal (Williamson - 32 yds.) 3 points

SU interception (Browning from Montana) SU touchdown (Wilkerson run - 38 yds.) 7 points

Oct. 29 vs. Arizona Outcome Points

UA interception (Flowers from Price) UA punt 0 points

UA interception (Golden from Price) UA returned for touchdown (Golden - 91 yds.; 2-point conv.) 8 points

UA interception (Wade from Price) UA punt 0 points

Nov. 5 vs. Oregon Outcome Points

UO interception (Pleasant from Price) UO touchdown (James run - 18 yds.) 7 points

UO interception (Pleasant from Price) UO touchdown (Paulson rec. from Thomas - 4 yds.) 7 points

UO fumble recovery (Mitchell from Hartvigson) UO missed field goal (Maldonado - 47 yds.) 0 points

Nov. 19 at Oregon State Outcome Points

OSU interception (Poyer from Montana) OSU touchdown (Hatfield rec. from Mannion - 6 yds.) 7 points

OSU fumble recovery (Seumalo from Montana) OSU touchdown (Stevenson run - 15 yds.) 7 points

OSU interception (Murphy from Price) OSU touchdown (Stevenson run - 1 yd.) 7 points

Dec. 29 vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl) Outcome Points

BU fumble recovery (Chadwick from Polk) BU touchdown (Ganaway run - 80 yds.) 7 points

BU fumble recovery (McCall from Shelton) end of game 0 points

Totals: 22 turnovers, 13 touchdowns, 1 FG, 95 points

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Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

2011 University of Washington Football

Washington Game Results (as of Jun 06, 2012)

All games

Date Opponent Score Overall Conference Time Attend

Sep 03, 2011 EWU W 30-27 1-0 0-0 3:08 58088

Sep 10, 2011 HAWAII W 40-32 2-0 0-0 3:01 63252

Sep 17, 2011 at #11 Nebraska L 38-51 2-1 0-0 3:32 85110

* Sep 24, 2011 CALIFORNIA W 31-23 3-1 1-0 3:14 60437

* Oct 01, 2011 at UTAH W 31-14 4-1 2-0 2:44 45412

* Oct 15, 2011 COLORADO W 52-24 5-1 3-0 2:53 62147

* Oct 22, 2011 at #7 Stanford L 21-65 5-2 3-1 3:14 50360

* Oct 29, 2011 ARIZONA W 42-31 6-2 4-1 3:20 59825

* Nov 05, 2011 #6 OREGON L 17-34 6-3 4-2 2:57 69407

* Nov 12, 2011 at #18 USC L 17-40 6-4 4-3 3:07 64756

* Nov 19, 2011 at Oregon State L 21-38 6-5 4-4 3:00 42766

* Nov 26, 2011 WASHINGTON STATE W 38-21 7-5 5-4 3:01 64559

Dec 29, 2011 vs #12 Baylor L 56-67 7-6 5-4 3:41 65256

2011 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS

Opponent WR LT LG C RG RT TE QB TB FB WR

EASTERN WASH. Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Price Polk Hartvigson# Aguilar

HAWAI’I Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Price Polk Amosa Hartvigson#

at Nebraska Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Williams+ Price Polk Johnson+ Aguilar

CALIFORNIA Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Price Polk Amosa Hartvigson#

at Utah Smith Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Hartvigson Price Polk Amosa Johnson

COLORADO Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Price Polk Johnson+ Aguilar

at Stanford Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Price Polk Hartvigson# Aguilar

ARIZONA Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Price Polk Johnson+ Aguilar

OREGON Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Price Polk Hartvigson# E. Hudson#

at USC Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Williams+ Price Polk Smith+ Aguilar

at Oregon State Je. Kearse Kelemete Tanigawa Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Montana Polk Williams+ Aguilar

WASHINGTON STATE Je. Kearse Kelemete Wood Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Price Polk Tucker Smith

vs. Baylor Je. Kearse Kelemete Wood Schaefer Porter Kohler Seferian-Jenkins Price Polk Williams+ Aguilar

# - started as second/third tight end + - started as third/fourth wide receiver

Opponent DE DT DT DE OLB ILB OLB S S CB CB

EASTERN WASH. Crichton Thompson Ta’amu Jamora Fuimaono Dennison Timu Fellner Parker Ducre Trufant

HAWAI’I Crichton Thompson Ta’amu Jamora Fuimaono Dennison Ducre^ Fellner Parker Richardson Trufant

at Nebraska Crichton Thompson Ta’amu Jamora Fuimaono Dennison Timu Glenn Parker Richardson Trufant

CALIFORNIA Thompson Potoa’e Ta’amu Jamora Gilliland Dennison Timu Glenn Parker Richardson Trufant

at Utah Thompson Tokolahi Ta’amu Shirley Fuimaono Dennison Ja. Kearse Glenn Parker Ducre Trufant

COLORADO Thompson Tokolahi Ta’amu Shirley Fuimaono Dennison Ja. Kearse Glenn Parker Ducre Trufant

at Stanford Thompson Tokolahi Ta’amu Shirley Fuimaono Dennison Ja. Kearse Glenn Parker Ducre Trufant

ARIZONA Thompson Tokolahi Ta’amu Shirley Fuimaono Dennison Timu Shamburger Parker Ducre Trufant

OREGON Thompson Tokolahi Ta’amu Shirley Fuimaono Dennison Timu Shamburger Parker Richardson Trufant

at USC Thompson Tokolahi Ta’amu A. Hudson Fuimaono Dennison Timu Shamburger Parker Richardson Trufant

at Oregon State Thompson Tokolahi Ta’amu A. Hudson Fuimaono Dennison Timu Shamburger Parker Richardson Trufant

WASHINGTON STATE Thompson Tokolahi Ta’amu Shirley Fuimaono Dennison Timu Fellner Parker Richardson Trufant

vs. Baylor Thompson Shelton Ta’amu Shirley Fuimaono Dennison Ja. Kearse Fellner Parker Richardson Trufant

^ - started as fifth defensive back

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Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

2011 WASHINGTON INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

Rushing Attempts...........................................34, Chris Polk, at Utah, 10/1/11

Yards Rushing.................................................189, Chris Polk, at Utah, 10/1/11

Long Rush .......................................................61, Chris Polk, at Stanford, 10/22/11

Long Rush (No Score) .....................................49, Chris Polk, at Utah, 10/1/11

Long Touchdown Rush ...................................61, Chris Polk, at Stanford, 10/22/11

Touchdown Rushes ........................................4, Chris Polk, vs. Arizona, 10/29/11

Pass Attempts ................................................37, Keith Price, at Nebraska, 9/17/11; vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Pass Completions ...........................................24, Keith Price, vs. Oregon, 11/5/11

Yards Passing .................................................438, Keith Price, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Touchdown Passes .........................................4, Keith Price, vs. Hawai’i, 9/10/11; at Nebraska, 9/17/11; vs. Colorado, 10/15/11; vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Most Pass Interceptions ................................3, Keith Price, vs. Arizona, 10/29/11

Long Pass .......................................................80, Keith Price, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Long TD Pass ..................................................80, Keith Price, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Receptions......................................................7, Jermaine Kearse, at Utah, 10/1/11

Yards Receiving ..............................................198, Jermaine Kearse, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Long Reception...............................................80, Jermaine Kearse, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Touchdown Receptions ..................................2, several times

Field Goals......................................................3, Erik Folk, vs. Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

Field Goal Attempts .......................................3, Erik Folk, vs. Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

Long Field Goal...............................................54, Erik Folk, vs. Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

Punts...............................................................8, Kiel Rasp, at USC, 11/12/11

Punting Average .............................................54.5, Kiel Rasp, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Punting Yards .................................................418, Kiel Rasp, at USC, 11/12/11

Long Punt........................................................62, Kiel Rasp, at USC, 11/12/11; vs. Washington State, 11/26/11

Punt Returns ...................................................4, Kasen Williams, vs. Washington State, 11/26/11

Punt Return Yards...........................................53, Kasen Williams, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Long Punt Return ............................................46, Kasen Williams, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Long Punt Return for TD .................................none

Kickoff Returns ...............................................7, Kevin Smith, at USC, 11/12/11

Kickoff Return Yards.......................................176, Kevin Smith, at USC, 11/12/11

Long Kickoff Return, no score ........................64, Jesse Callier, at Nebraska, 9/17/11

Long Kickoff Return for TD .............................none

Interceptions ..................................................1, numerous times

Interception Return Yards ..............................23, Sean Parker, vs. Washington State, 11/26/11

Long Interception Return, no score ................23, Sean Parker, Washington State, 11/26/11

Long Interception Return for TD.....................none

Tackles ............................................................15, Justin Glenn, at Nebraska, 9/17/11; Sean Parker, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Sacks ..............................................................3.0, Josh Shirley, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Tackles for Loss ..............................................4.0, Princeton Fuimaono, vs. Washington State, 11/26/11

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2011 OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

Rushing Attempts...........................................22, Rex Burkhead, Nebraska, 9/17/11

Yards Rushing.................................................200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Long Rush .......................................................80, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Long Rush (No Score) .....................................78, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Long Touchdown Rush ...................................89, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Touchdown Rushes ........................................5, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Pass Attempts ................................................69, Bo Levi Mitchell, Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

Pass Completions ...........................................39, Bo Levi Mitchell, Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

Yards Passing .................................................473, Bo Levi Mitchell, Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

Touchdown Passes .........................................3, Bo Levi Mitchell, Eastern Washington, 9/3/11; Marshall Lobbestaehl, Washington State, 11/26/11

Most Pass Interceptions ................................3, Nick Foles, Arizona, 10/29/11

Long Pass .......................................................90, Zach Maynard, California, 9/24/11

Long TD Pass ..................................................90, Zach Maynard, California, 9/24/11

Receptions......................................................12, Nicolas Edwards, Eastern Washington, 9/3/11

Yards Receiving ..............................................197, Keenan Allen, California, 9/24/11

Long Reception...............................................90, Keenan Allen, California, 9/24/11

Touchdown Receptions ..................................2, Juron Criner, Arizona, 10/29/11; Marquess Wilson, Washington State, 11/26/11

Field Goals......................................................3, four times

Field Goal Attempts .......................................4, Alejandro Maldonado, Oregon, 11/5/11

Long Field Goal...............................................47, John Bonano, Arizona, 10/29/11

Punts...............................................................7, Dan Wagner, Washington State, 11/26/11

Punting Average .............................................52.0, Spencer Roth, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Punting Yards .................................................289, Dan Wagner, Washington State, 11/26/11

Long Punt........................................................62, Nick Marsh, Utah, 10/1/11

Punt Returns ...................................................3, Robert Woods, USC, 11/12/11

Punt Return Yards...........................................32, Robert Woods, USC, 11/12/11

Long Punt Return ............................................30, Robert Woods, USC, 11/12/11

Long Punt Return for TD .................................none

Kickoff Returns ...............................................6, Mike Edwards, Hawai’i, 9/10/11

Kickoff Return Yards.......................................163, Mike Edwards, Hawai’i, 9/10/11

Long Kickoff Return, no score ........................69, De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon, 11/5/11

Long Kickoff Return for TD .............................88, Marqise Lee, USC, 11/12/11

Interceptions ..................................................2, Eddie Pleasant, Oregon, 11/5/11

Interception Return Yards ..............................99, Richard Torres, Hawai’i, 9/10/11

Long Interception Return, no score ................49, Eddie Pleasant, Oregon, 11/5/11

Long Interception Return for TD.....................99, Richard Torres, Hawai’i, 9/10/11

Tackles ............................................................15, Elliot Coffey, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/29/11

Sacks ..............................................................2.5, Nick Perry, USC, 11/12/11

Tackles for Loss ..............................................3.0, Scott Crichton, Oregon State, 11/19/11

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Washington 2011 SeASON STATS

2011 TEAM SINGLE-GAME HIGHS

Washington Opponents

First Downs 31 (vs. Colorado, Oct. 15) 33 (Baylor, Dec. 29)

Rushing First Downs 16 (vs. Colorado, Oct. 15) 18 (Baylor, Dec. 29)

Passing First Downs 15 (vs. Baylor, Dec. 29) 22 (Eastern Washington, Sept. 3)

First Downs by Penalty 3 (three times) 4 (USC, Nov. 12)

Points 56 (vs. Baylor, Dec. 29) 67 (Baylor, Dec. 29)

Rushing Attempts 42 (at Utah, Oct. 1) 55 (Nebraska, Sept. 17)

Rushing Yards 295 (vs. Colorado, Oct. 15) 482 (Baylor, Dec. 29)

Yards Per Rush 7.4 (vs. Colorado, Oct. 15) 10.1 (Stanford, Oct. 22)

Rushing Touchdowns 5 (vs. Arizona, Oct. 29) 8 (Baylor, Dec. 29)

Pass Attempts 38 (at Stanford, Oct. 22) 69 (Eastern Washington, Sept. 3)

Pass Completions 25 (vs. Oregon, Nov. 5) 39 (Eastern Washington, Sept. 3)

Interceptions 3 (vs. Arizona, Oct. 29) 3 (Arizona, Oct. 29)

Passing Yards 438 (vs. Baylor, Dec. 29) 473 (Eastern Washington, Sept. 3)

Passing Touchdowns 4 (vs. Hawai’i, Sept. 10; at Nebraska, Sept. 17; Baylor, Dec. 29) 3 (Eastern Washington, Sept. 3; WSU, Nov. 26)

Yards Per Completion 19.0 (vs. Baylor, Dec. 29) 15.2 (California, Sept. 24)

Total Plays 74 (vs. Arizona, Oct. 29; vs. Baylor, Dec. 29) 86 (Eastern Washington, Sept. 3)

Total Offense 620 (vs. Baylor, Dec. 29) 777 (Baylor, Dec. 29)

Total Offense Yards Per Play 8.4 (vs. Baylor, Dec. 29) 9.3 (Stanford, Oct. 22)

Fumbles 2 (at Nebraska, Sept. 17; vs. California, Sept. 24; Baylor, Dec. 29) 4 (Utah, Oct. 1; Washington State, Nov. 26)

Fumbles Lost 2 (vs. California, Sept. 24; Baylor, Dec. 29) 3 (Utah, Oct. 1)

Interceptions By 3 (vs. Eastern Washington, Sept. 3; vs. Arizona, Oct. 29) 3 (Arizona, Oct. 29)

Penalties 12 (at USC, Nov. 12) 11 (USC, Nov. 12)

Penalty Yards 91 (at USC, Nov. 12) 78 (USC, Nov. 12)

Kickoff Returns 12 (at Stanford, Oct. 22) 8 (Colorado, Oct. 15; Baylor, Dec. 29)

Kickoff Return Yards 285 (at Stanford, Oct. 22) 183 (Baylor, Dec. 29)

Punt Returns 7 (vs. Washington State, Nov. 26) 3 (Nebraska, Sept. 17; USC, Nov. 12)

Punt Return Yards 55 (vs. Washington State, Nov. 26) 32 (USC, Nov. 12)

Tackles for Loss 12 (vs. Washington State, Nov. 26) 12 (Oregon, Nov. 5)

Tackles for Lost Yards 54 (vs. Washington State, Nov. 26) 43 (Oregon, Nov. 5)

Sacks 7 (vs. Washington State, Nov. 26) 7 (USC, Nov. 12)

Time of Possession 35:59 (Oregon, Nov. 5) 34:15 (USC, Nov. 12)

Longest Scoring Drive (Plays) 14 plays, 74 yards (at Utah, Oct. 1) 17 plays, 70 yards (Eastern Washington, Sept. 3)

Longest Scoring Drive (Yards) 95 yards, 11 plays (vs. Hawai’i, Sept. 10) 99 yards, 12 plays (Oregon State, Nov. 19)

Shortest Scoring Drive (Plays) 1 play, 56 yards (vs. Baylor, Dec. 29) 1 play, 89 yards (Baylor, Dec. 29)

Shortest Scoring Drive (Yards) -4 yards, 4 plays (vs. Eastern Washington, Sept. 3) -2 yards, 4 plays, (Oregon, Nov. 5)

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Box Score (Final)

2011 University of Washington Football

EWU vs Washington (Sep 03, 2011 at Seattle, WA)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

EWU 10 3 7 7 27

Washington 7 13 7 3 30

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 11:26 WASH - Amosa, Jonathan 7 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 3-23 1:12

09:08 EWU - Ashton Clark 32 yd pass from Bo Mitchell (Mike Jarrett kick), 9-58 2:11

02:14 EWU - Mike Jarrett 28 yd field goal, 13-74 4:27

2nd 12:25 WASH - Johnson, James 9 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 11-53 4:39

05:25 WASH - Folk, Erik 53 yd field goal, 5-31 1:56

03:29 WASH - Folk, Erik 47 yd field goal, 4--4 1:20

00:00 EWU - Mike Jarrett 28 yd field goal, 12-68 3:24

3rd 02:44 WASH - Williams, Kasen 6 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 4-27 1:25

00:44 EWU - Greg Herd 43 yd pass from Bo Mitchell (Mike Jarrett kick), 6-73 1:49

4th 09:37 WASH - Folk, Erik 40 yd field goal, 12-49 6:01

03:50 EWU - N. Edwards 5 yd pass from Bo Mitchell (Mike Jarrett kick), 17-70 5:37

EWU WASH

FIRST DOWNS 30 14

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 17-31 38-148

PASSING YDS (NET) 473 102

Passes Att-Comp-Int 69-39-2 25-17-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 86-504 63-250

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 2--5 0-0

Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-129 5-113

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-7

Punts (Number-Avg) 1-47.0 5-46.8

Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-0

Penalties-Yards 5-35 6-60

Possession Time 29:18 30:42

Third-Down Conversions 10 of 16 6 of 15

Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 4 1 of 1

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 4-4

Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-33 1-5

RUSHING: EWU-Mario Brown 8-30; D.Bronson 5-5; Jordan Talley 2-0; Bo Mitchell 2-minus 4.

Washington-Polk, Chris 23-125; Callier, Jesse 10-47; TEAM 1-minus 1; Price, Keith 4-minus 23.

PASSING: EWU-Bo Mitchell 39-69-2-473. Washington-Price, Keith 17-25-0-102.

RECEIVING: EWU-N. Edwards 12-108; Brandon Kaufman 10-140; Greg Herd 7-87; Ashton Clark 4-73; Zack

Gehring 2-26; Jordan Talley 2-19; Mario Brown 1-15; D.Bronson 1-5. Washington-Johnson, James 4-29;

Smith, Kevin 3-15; Williams, Kasen 2-6; Hartvigson, M. 2-5; SeferianJenkins 1-10; Kearse, Jer. 1-8;

Aguilar, Devin 1-8; Callier, Jesse 1-7; Campbell, D. 1-7; Amosa, Jonathan 1-7.

INTERCEPTIONS: EWU-None. Washington-Gilliland, G. 1-7; Trufant, D. 1-0.

FUMBLES: EWU-Team 1-1; Matt Johnson 1-1. Washington-Price, Keith 1-0.

EWU (0-1) vs. Washington (1-0)

Date: Sep 03, 2011 • Site: Seattle, WA • Stadium: Husky Stadium

Attendance: 58088

Kickoff time: 4:06 pm • End of Game: 7:14 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:08

Officials: Referee: Land Clark; Umpire: Matt Jordan; Linesman: Bart Longson;

Line judge: Rich Troyer; Back judge: John Freitas; Field judge: John Morton;

Side judge: Bernie Hulscher;

Temperature: 76 deg • Wind: 6 N • Weather: Sunny

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SACKS (UA-A): EWU-David Gaylord 1-0; Evan Day 1-0; Matt Johnson 1-0. Washington-Jamora, Hau'oli 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): EWU-Ronnie Hamlin 7-1; Zach Johnson 6-2; T J. Lee III 4-3; Jeff Minnerly 4-1; Grant

Williams 2-3; David Gaylord 3-1; Alden Gibbs 3-1; Matt Johnson 3-1; Bobby Gentry 3-0; Allen Brown

3-0; Anthony Larry 2-1; C. Moetului 2-0; Rusty Haehl 0-2; C. Worthington 1-0; Greg Herd 1-0; Evan

Day 1-0; D. Beaumonte 1-0; Jeremy Chaten 0-1; Paul Ena 0-1; Renard Williams 0-1; Quincy Forte 0-1.

Washington-Trufant, D. 8-3; Fellner, Nate 6-3; Parker, Sean 5-2; Jamora, Hau'oli 4-3; Fuimaono, P.

3-3; Ducre, Gregory 4-1; Ta'amu, Alameda 3-2; Dennison, Cort 3-0; Thompson, E. 3-0; Gobern, Anthony

3-0; Glenn, Justin 1-1; Gilliland, G. 1-1; Tutogi, Thomas 0-2; Sample, James 1-0; Folk, Erik 0-1;

Timu, John 0-1; Stevenson, Taz 0-1.

Game Starters:

EWU

Pos ## OFFENSE

LT 60 Gabriel Jackson

LG 70 Steven Forgette

C 78 Chris Powers

RG 66 Ashton Miller

RT 76 Will Post

QB 9 Bo Mitchell

RB 25 Mario Brown

TE 85 Zack Gehring

TE 97 David Miles

WR 11 N. Edwards

WR 1 Brandon Kaufman

Pos ## DEFENSE

LE 90 David Gaylord

DT 98 Renard Williams

DT 95 C. Moetului

RE 44 Paul Ena

SLB 18 Grant Williams

MLB 10 Zach Johnson

WLB 47 Bobby Gentry

LCG 29 Jeremy Chaten

FS 7 Jeff Minnerly

SS 5 Matt Johnson

RCB 4 Alden Gibbs

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

QB 17 Price, Keith

TE 84 Hartvigson, M.

RB 1 Polk, Chris

WR 9 Aguilar, Devin

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 11 Crichton, Talia

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 92 Thompson, E.

DE 52 Jamora, Hau'oli

OLB 10 Timu, John

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

OLB 37 Fuimaono, P.

FS 29 Fellner, Nate

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 18 Ducre, Gregory

DB 6 Trufant, D.

EWU: 2-Allen Brown, 3-Greg Herd, 13-Scott Burgett, 21-D.Bronson, 22-Quincy Forte, 24-Ronald Baines,

27-Jordan Talley, 30-D. Beaumonte, 31-T J. Lee III, 35-Ashton Clark, 39-Ronnie Hamlin, 40-Bo Schuetzle,

41-J C. Agen, 43-Rusty Haehl, 48-Jake Miller, 49-Jimmy Pavel, 51-Tyler Washburn, 54-Jake Potter, 56-Evan Cook,

64-Evan Day, 65-Will Katoa, 67-C. Worthington, 74-Russell Turpin, 75-Jase Butorac, 77-Brandon Murphy,

86-Patrick Mealey, 91-Jerry Ceja, 92-Mike Jarrett, 99-Anthony Larry.

Washington: 1G-Folk, Erik, 2-Williams, Kasen, 3-Johnson, James, 5-Sample, James, 5B-Wood, Nick, 8-Smith, Kevin,

13-Shamburger, W., 14-Stevenson, Taz, 19-Campbell, D., 20-Glenn, Justin, 22-Shirley, Josh, 24-Callier, Jesse,

25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W., 35-Sager, Cole, 39-Walker, Greg, 48-Amosa, Jonathan,

50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G., 55-Potoa'e, Sione, 58-Kearse, Jamaal, 59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan,

71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 93-Hudson, Andrew, 94-Rasp, Kiel, 97-Lagafuaina, L..

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Box Score (Final)

2011 University of Washington Football

Hawaii vs Washington (Sep 10, 2011 at Seattle, WA)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Hawaii 0 14 6 12 32

Washington 21 7 3 9 40

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 13:50 WASH - Polk, Chris 2 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 3-79 1:10

07:03 WASH - Kearse, Jer. 10 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 11-95 4:29

02:39 WASH - Kearse, Jer. 20 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 4-81 1:36

2nd 06:19 UH - Jackson,S. 1 yd run (Chun,K. kick), 10-70 5:17

02:20 UH - Torres,R. 99 yd interception return (Chun,K. kick)

00:44 WASH - Aguilar, Devin 31 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 6-59 1:34

3rd 07:42 UH - Moniz,B. 1 yd run (Chun,K. kick blockd), 14-73 7:11

03:30 WASH - Folk, Erik 36 yd field goal, 8-49 4:03

4th 13:42 UH - Jackson,S. 2 yd run (Moniz,B. pass failed), 9-75 4:40

10:02 WASH - SeferianJenkins 14 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 7-70 3:32

01:39 UH - Ostrowski,J. 8 yd pass from Moniz,B. (Hadden,T. kick blockd), 5-27 1:12

01:39 WASH - Trufant, D. PAT return

UH WASH

FIRST DOWNS 20 22

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 22-55 34-151

PASSING YDS (NET) 333 315

Passes Att-Comp-Int 45-31-1 26-18-1

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 67-388 60-466

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 2-4 1-8

Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-163 4-120

Interception Returns-Yards 1-99 1-7

Punts (Number-Avg) 2-42.0 3-26.0

Fumbles-Lost 3-1 0-0

Penalties-Yards 7-52 3-30

Possession Time 32:11 27:49

Third-Down Conversions 11 of 14 4 of 11

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 1

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-5 5-6

Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-3 2-11

RUSHING: Hawaii-Jackson,S. 8-38; Iosefa,J. 5-15; Moniz,B. 9-2. Washington-Polk, Chris 22-107;

Callier, Jesse 3-22; Smith, Kevin 1-18; Fogerson, Johri 1-6; Price, Keith 4-4; TEAM 3-minus 6.

PASSING: Hawaii-Moniz,B. 31-45-1-333. Washington-Price, Keith 18-25-1-315; Callier, Jesse 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING: Hawaii-Ostrowski,J. 11-87; Pollard,R. 8-128; Bright,D. 6-64; Stutzmann, B. 3-42;

Iosefa,J. 1-7; Clapp,J. 1-7; Jackson,S. 1-minus 2. Washington-Aguilar, Devin 5-131; SeferianJenkins

3-91; Kearse, Jer. 2-30; Johnson, James 2-18; Smith, Kevin 2-17; Polk, Chris 1-11; Williams, Kasen

1-7; Hartvigson, M. 1-7; Fogerson, Johri 1-3.

INTERCEPTIONS: Hawaii-Torres,R. 1-99. Washington-Trufant, D. 1-7.

FUMBLES: Hawaii-Moniz,B. 1-0; Pollard,R. 1-1; Iosefa,J. 1-0. Washington-None.

Hawaii (1-1) vs. Washington (2-0)

Date: Sep 10, 2011 • Site: Seattle, WA • Stadium: Husky Stadium

Attendance: 63252

Kickoff time: 12:36 pm • End of Game: 3:37 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:01

Officials: Referee: Jack Wood; Umpire: Tim Schroeder; Linesman: Bob Day;

Line judge: Jeff Robinson; Back judge: Steve Steichen; Field judge: Tad Campbell;

Side judge: Shane Anderson;

Temperature: 72 deg • Wind: No wind • Weather: Sunny & Humid

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SACKS (UA-A): Hawaii-Masch, Z. 0-1; Tuipulotu,K. 1-0; Falemalu,P. 0-1. Washington-Thompson, E. 1-0;

Ta'amu, Alameda 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Hawaii-Brown,A. 4-4; Hardy-Tuliau,J 5-2; Hopkins,T. 3-3; Paredes,C. 1-5; Torres,R.

2-3; Edwards,M. 4-0; Masch, Z. 1-3; Tuipulotu,K. 2-1; Falemalu,P. 0-3; Lutu,L. 2-0; Hanohano,G. 1-1;

Estes,K. 1-1; Monico,J. 0-2; Lister,J. 0-2; Laurel,A. 1-0; Dean, D. 1-0; Ornellas, K. 1-0; Bright,D.

1-0; McBride,D. 1-0; Meatoga,V. 1-0. Washington-Dennison, Cort 10-2; Parker, Sean 4-4; Richardson,

Q. 6-0; Ducre, Gregory 5-1; Trufant, D. 4-0; Thompson, E. 2-1; Sager, Cole 1-2; Ta'amu, Alameda 2-0;

Fellner, Nate 2-0; Crichton, Talia 2-0; Timu, John 2-0; Tutogi, Thomas 1-1; Hudson, Andrew 1-1;

Stevenson, Taz 1-1; Gilliland, G. 1-1; Glenn, Justin 0-2; Jamora, Hau'oli 1-0.

Game Starters:

Hawaii

Pos ## OFFENSE

X 18 Bright,D.

H 5 Stutzmann, B.

LT 72 Laurel,C.

LG 54 Leonard,B.

C 5F Lefiti,M.

RG 69 Faaumu,A.

RT 68 Shigematsu,S.

Y 80 Ostrowski,J.

Z 81 Pollard,R.

QB 17 Moniz,B.

RB 30 Iosefa,J.

Pos ## DEFENSE

LE 9 Masch, Z.

LT 95 Meatoga,V.

RT 49 Tuipulotu,K.

RE 42 Falemalu,P.

DB 37 Estes,K.

MAC 41 Paredes,C.

BUCK 1 Brown,A.

CB 4 Hopkins,T.

SS 19 Torres,R.

FS 33 Hardy-Tuliau,J

CB 0B Edwards,M.

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

QB 17 Price, Keith

FB 48 Amosa, Jonathan

TB 1 Polk, Chris

TE 84 Hartvigson, M.

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 11 Crichton, Talia

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 92 Thompson, E.

DE 52 Jamora, Hau'oli

DB 18 Ducre, Gregory

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

OLB 37 Fuimaono, P.

FS 29 Fellner, Nate

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 28 Richardson, Q.

CB 6 Trufant, D.

Hawaii: 0C-Taimatuia,TJ, 1H-Sellers, M., 1J-Ornellas, K., 2-Sampson,A., 2G-Hadden,T., 4G-Chun,K., 6-McBride,D.,

7-Bell,T., 8-Clay,B., 10-Austin,S., 13-Clapp,J., 16-Monico,J., 20-Dean, D., 22-Lutu,L., 23-Maggitt,D.,

27-Jackson,S., 28-Gomes,J., 29-Harding,S., 31-Dunnachie,A., 34-Lister,J., 38-Enos,R., 45-Ingram,L., 47-Alo,K.,

51-Hanohano,G., 53-Malepeai,M., 55-Daily-Lyles,G., 57-Laurel,A., 59-Matagiese,S., 87-Clay,C., 91-Samia,M.,

92-Yap,B., 94-Cofer,C., 97-Toilolo,A., 98-Satele,L., 99-Correa,H..

Washington: 1G-Folk, Erik, 2-Williams, Kasen, 3-Johnson, James, 8-Smith, Kevin, 9-Aguilar, Devin,

10-Timu, John, 13-Shamburger, W., 14-Stevenson, Taz, 19-Campbell, D., 20-Glenn, Justin, 22-Shirley, Josh,

23-Fogerson, Johri, 24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W., 35-Sager, Cole,

39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim, 50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G., 55-Potoa'e, Sione, 58-Kearse, Jamaal,

59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan, 71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 80-Hudson, Evan, 93-Hudson, Andrew,

94-Rasp, Kiel, 97-Lagafuaina, L..

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Box Score (Final)

2011 University of Washington Football

Washington vs #11 Nebraska (Sep 17, 2011 at Lincoln, Neb.)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Washington 7 10 0 21 38

Nebraska 10 10 17 14 51

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 14:26 NEB - Legate, Tyler 3 yd pass from Martinez, T. (Maher, Brett kick), 2-53 0:34

11:54 WASH - Kearse, Jer. 38 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 6-80 2:32

07:39 NEB - Maher, Brett 44 yd field goal, 7-42 1:47

2nd 13:40 WASH - Kearse, Jer. 6 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 4-23 1:47

12:17 NEB - Green, Aaron 25 yd pass from Martinez, T. (Maher, Brett kick), 4-34 1:13

09:24 WASH - Folk, Erik 40 yd field goal, 8-44 2:45

00:00 NEB - Maher, Brett 35 yd field goal, 10-42 1:49

3rd 10:18 NEB - Burkhead, Rex 1 yd run (Maher, Brett kick), 9-56 3:43

10:09 NEB - Burkhead, Rex 1 yd run (Maher, Brett kick), 1-1 0:04

07:20 NEB - Maher, Brett 29 yd field goal, 6-31 1:24

4th 12:18 NEB - Green, Aaron 6 yd run (Maher, Brett kick), 9-86 4:51

10:15 WASH - Polk, Chris 2 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 5-32 1:50

07:21 WASH - Johnson, James 10 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 3-53 0:56

04:42 NEB - Martinez, T. 6 yd run (Maher, Brett kick), 5-43 2:37

04:27 WASH - Johnson, James 52 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 1-52 0:10

WASH NEB

FIRST DOWNS 20 22

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 31-146 55-309

PASSING YDS (NET) 274 155

Passes Att-Comp-Int 37-21-2 21-10-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 68-420 76-464

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 3-34 3-27

Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-187 5-154

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 5-40.6 4-40.8

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1

Penalties-Yards 9-90 7-60

Possession Time 29:31 30:29

Third-Down Conversions 7 of 14 3 of 12

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 1

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 7-7

Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-9 2-3

RUSHING: Washington-Polk, Chris 22-130; Price, Keith 6-10; Callier, Jesse 3-6. Nebraska-Burkhead,

Rex 22-120; Martinez, T. 17-83; Legate, Tyler 2-37; Green, Aaron 5-36; Heard, Braylon 5-34;

Abdullah, Ameer 1-4; TEAM 3-minus 5.

PASSING: Washington-Price, Keith 21-37-2-274. Nebraska-Martinez, T. 10-21-0-155.

RECEIVING: Washington-Johnson, James 6-108; Kearse, Jer. 5-69; Aguilar, Devin 5-42; Williams, Kasen

2-24; Polk, Chris 2-16; SeferianJenkins 1-15. Nebraska-Bell, Kenny 2-59; Turner, Jamal 2-34; Enunwa,

Quincy 2-7; Green, Aaron 1-25; Reed, Kyler 1-19; Cotton, Ben 1-8; Legate, Tyler 1-3.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-None. Nebraska-Cassidy, Austin 1-0; David, Lavonte 1-0.

FUMBLES: Washington-Sankey, Bishop 1-1; Price, Keith 1-0. Nebraska-Martinez, T. 1-0; Abdullah, Ameer

1-1.

Washington (2-1) vs. Nebraska (3-0)

Date: Sep 17, 2011 • Site: Lincoln, Neb. • Stadium: Memorial Stadium

Attendance: 85110

Kickoff time: 2:42 pm • End of Game: 6:14 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:32

Officials: Referee: Dave Witvoet; Umpire: Pat Bayers; Linesman: Mike Mahouski;

Line judge: Rich Kruger; Back judge: Mike Brown; Field judge: Terry Anderson;

Side judge: Frank Steratore; Scorer: Steve Morrison;

Temperature: 58 • Wind: SE 14mph • Weather: Overcast, Hum. 86%

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Dennison, Cort 1-0; Fuimaono, P. 1-0. Nebraska-Meredith, C. 1-0; Crick,

Jared 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Glenn, Justin 8-7; Parker, Sean 6-5; Dennison, Cort 4-4; Jamora, Hau'oli

3-4; Trufant, D. 3-2; Gilliland, G. 2-1; Thompson, E. 1-2; Timu, John 0-3; Ta'amu, Alameda 0-3;

Shirley, Josh 2-0; Richardson, Q. 2-0; Fuimaono, P. 1-1; Hudson, Andrew 1-1; Kearse, Jamaal 1-1;

Walker, Greg 0-2; Ducre, Gregory 1-0; Folk, Erik 1-0; SeferianJenkins 1-0; Lopez, Brendan 0-1;

Callier, Jesse 0-1. Nebraska-Stafford, D. 6-3; David, Lavonte 1-7; Green, Andrew 4-3; Crick, Jared

2-4; Evans, Ciante 1-5; Cassidy, Austin 0-6; Mitchell, Josh 2-3; Meredith, C. 1-3; Fisher, Sean 1-3;

Compton, Will 0-4; Cooper, Corey 2-0; Stoddard, G. 1-1; Martin, Eric 1-1; Steinkuhler, B. 0-2;

Carter, Joseph 0-2; Maher, Brett 1-0; Whaley, Alonzo 0-1; Mangieri, P.J. 0-1; Rome, Chase 0-1; Bell,

Kenny 0-1; Williams, Josh 0-1; Washington, D. 0-1; Ebke, Jim 0-1.

Game Starters:

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

WR 2 Williams, Kasen

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

QB 17 Price, Keith

TB 1 Polk, Chris

WR 9 Aguilar, Devin

WR 3 Johnson, James

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 11 Crichton, Talia

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 92 Thompson, E.

DE 52 Jamora, Hau'oli

LB 10 Timu, John

LB 31 Dennison, Cort

LB 37 Fuimaono, P.

CB 28 Richardson, Q.

SS 0A Parker, Sean

FS 20 Glenn, Justin

CB 6 Trufant, D.

Nebraska

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 80 Bell, Kenny

LT 50 Hardrick, J.

LG 77 Choi, S.H.

C 58 Caputo, Mike

RG 68 Cotton, Jake

RT 73 Moore, Tyler

TE 81 Cotton, Ben

WR 18 Enunwa, Quincy

QB 3 Martinez, T.

IB 22 Burkhead, Rex

FB 48 Legate, Tyler

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 9 Ankrah, Jason

DT 94 Crick, Jared

DT 55 Steinkuhler, B.

DE 34 Meredith, C.

WLB 4 David, Lavonte

CB 17 Evans, Ciante

CB 5A Mitchell, Josh

S 3C Stafford, D.

S 8 Cassidy, Austin

CB 11 Green, Andrew

DB 39 Blatchford, J.

Washington: 1G-Folk, Erik, 8-Smith, Kevin, 13-Shamburger, W., 18-Ducre, Gregory, 19-Campbell, D.,

22-Shirley, Josh, 23-Fogerson, Johri, 24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony,

27-Chandler, W., 35-Sager, Cole, 39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim, 46-Mahan, Will, 48-Amosa, Jonathan,

50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G., 58-Kearse, Jamaal, 60-Lopez, Brendan, 70-Atoe, James, 71-Shelton, Danny,

72-Hatchie, Micah, 84-Hartvigson, M., 88-SeferianJenkins, 93-Hudson, Andrew, 94-Rasp, Kiel, 97-Lagafuaina, L.,

98-Tokolahi, S..

Nebraska: 1-Cooper, Khiry, 1D-Washington, D., 2-Green, Aaron, 3A-Mendoza, M., 3B-Zimmerer, C.J.,

3D-Thomsen, Kevin, 5-Heard, Braylon, 6-Marlowe, Tim, 6A-Cooper, Corey, 7-Carter, Joseph, 8A-Abdullah, Ameer,

10-Turner, Jamal, 19-Richards, Wil, 23-Thorell, Lance, 25-Reed, Kyler, 28-Jones, Austin, 32-Ebke, Jim,

36-May, Mathew, 37-Bondi, Mauro, 38-Stoddard, G., 41-Long, Jake, 42-Fisher, Sean, 43-Roach, Trevor,

45-Whaley, Alonzo, 46-Martin, Eric, 51-Compton, Will, 53-Randle, T., 61-Long, Spencer, 71-Sirles, J.,

76-Qvale, Brent, 78-Jones, Marcel, 79-Thompson, B., 84-Kinnie, Brandon, 90-Moore, Terrence, 92-Mangieri, P.J.,

96-Maher, Brett, 97-Rome, Chase, 98-Williams, Josh.

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Box Score (Final)

2011 University of Washington Football

California vs Washington (Sep 24, 2011 at Seattle, WA)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

California 7 13 3 0 23

Washington 14 7 3 7 31

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 10:00 CAL - Allen, Keenan 90 yd pass from Maynard, Zach (Tavecchio, Gior kick), 4-91 2:00

08:39 WASH - SeferianJenkins 20 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 3-66 1:12

03:30 WASH - Polk, Chris 2 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 8-65 3:54

2nd 12:57 CAL - Tavecchio, Gior 29 yd field goal, 13-68 5:26

08:51 WASH - SeferianJenkins 20 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 9-78 3:59

05:13 CAL - Tavecchio, Gior 36 yd field goal, 10-53 3:30

01:20 CAL - Anderson, C.J. 1 yd run (Tavecchio, Gior kick), 8-43 3:31

3rd 07:51 CAL - Tavecchio, Gior 25 yd field goal, 13-80 7:03

02:06 WASH - Folk, Erik 40 yd field goal, 11-21 5:35

4th 12:13 WASH - Polk, Chris 70 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 5-80 2:47

CAL WASH

FIRST DOWNS 24 21

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 33-108 34-117

PASSING YDS (NET) 349 292

Passes Att-Comp-Int 43-23-0 25-19-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 76-457 59-409

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-15

Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-93 5-143

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 3-49.7 2-39.0

Fumbles-Lost 3-0 2-2

Penalties-Yards 7-62 7-75

Possession Time 32:21 27:39

Third-Down Conversions 7 of 17 6 of 11

Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 4 1 of 1

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-5 4-4

Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-10 1-7

RUSHING: California-Sofele, Isi 17-98; Allen, Keenan 2-20; Anderson, C.J. 7-9; Maynard, Zach 6-minus

5; TEAM 1-minus 14. Washington-Polk, Chris 20-60; Price, Keith 7-21; Sankey, Bishop 2-16; Callier,

Jesse 3-14; Kearse, Jer. 1-7; TEAM 1-minus 1.

PASSING: California-Maynard, Zach 23-43-0-349. Washington-Price, Keith 19-25-0-292.

RECEIVING: California-Allen, Keenan 10-197; Jones, Marvin 6-79; Sofele, Isi 2-29; DeBoskie-Johnso

2-22; Calvin, Michael 1-16; Miller, Anthony 1-5; Anderson, C.J. 1-1. Washington-Polk, Chris 4-85;

SeferianJenkins 4-54; Kearse, Jer. 3-23; Williams, Kasen 3-12; Aguilar, Devin 2-72; Johnson, James

2-34; Smith, Kevin 1-12.

INTERCEPTIONS: California-None. Washington-None.

FUMBLES: California-Maynard, Zach 2-0; TEAM 1-0. Washington-SeferianJenkins 1-1; Price, Keith 1-1.

California (3-1,0-1) vs. Washington (3-1,1-0)

Date: Sep 24, 2011 • Site: Seattle, WA • Stadium: Husky Stadium

Attendance: 60437

Kickoff time: 12:41 pm • End of Game: 3:55 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:14

Officials: Referee: Michael Batlan; Umpire: Rich DiBernardo; Linesman: Edwin Walker;

Line judge: Tim Messuri; Back judge: Joe Johnston; Field judge: Jeffrey Yock;

Side judge: Brad Glenn;

Temperature: 71 deg. • Wind: none • Weather: Sunny

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SACKS (UA-A): California-Guyton, Trevor 1-1; Kendricks, Mych 0-1. Washington-Shirley, Josh 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): California-Kendricks, Mych 9-6; Cattouse, Sean 4-3; Holt, D.J. 3-3; Hill, Josh 4-1;

McCain, Chris 2-3; Campbell, D.J. 2-2; Camporeale, Dan 2-2; Williams, Steve 2-2; Guyton, Trevor 1-3;

Kapp, Will 3-0; Anthony, Marc 2-0; Payne, Kendrick 2-0; Tavecchio, Gior 1-1; Whiteside, Ceci 1-0;

Wilkerson, Davi 1-0; Hurrell, J.P. 0-1; Logan, Alex 0-1. Washington-Dennison, Cort 6-5; Thompson, E.

6-0; Parker, Sean 5-1; Glenn, Justin 4-2; Timu, John 2-3; Trufant, D. 3-1; Gilliland, G. 2-2;

Kearse, Jamaal 2-2; Fuimaono, P. 1-3; Tucker, Tim 1-2; Richardson, Q. 2-0; Shirley, Josh 2-0;

Shamburger, W. 1-1; Ducre, Gregory 1-1; Shelton, Danny 0-1; Hudson, Andrew 0-1; Ta'amu, Alameda 0-1.

Game Starters:

California

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 1 Jones, Marvin

LT 72 Schwartz, Mitch

LG 57 Schwenke, Brian

C 65 Galas, Dominic

RG 61 Cheadle, Justin

RT 75 Summers-Gavin,

TE 80 Miller, Anthony

WR 21 Allen, Keenan

QB 15 Maynard, Zach

FB 22 Kapp, Will

TB 20 Sofele, Isi

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Guyton, Trevor

NG 96 Payne, Kendrick

DE 95 Owusu, Ernest

OLB 43 Camporeale, Dan

ILB 3 Holt, D.J.

ILB 30 Kendricks, Mych

OLB 2B Davis, Ryan

CB 2 Anthony, Marc

S 11 Cattouse, Sean

S 7 Campbell, D.J.

CB 0A Williams, Steve

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

QB 17 Price, Keith

FB 48 Amosa, Jonathan

TB 1 Polk, Chris

TE 84 Hartvigson, M.

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Thompson, E.

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 55 Potoa'e, Sione

DE 52 Jamora, Hau'oli

OLB 10 Timu, John

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

0LB 53 Gilliland, G.

FS 20 Glenn, Justin

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 28 Richardson, Q.

CB 6 Trufant, D.

California: 0B-Edmond, Coleman, 0D-Sebastian, Aver, 1A-Calvin, Michael, 3A-Tyndall, John, 4J-Tavecchio, Gior,

5J-Rios, Matt, 5-Bigelow, Brenda, 5G-Clark, Austin, 6-Logan, Alex, 8-Moncrease, C.J., 9-Anderson, C.J.,

14-Whiteside, Ceci, 19-Anger, Bryan, 23-Hill, Josh, 33-DeBoskie-Johnso, 34-Hurrell, J.P., 37-Mullins, Robert,

40-McCain, Chris, 44-Wilkerson, Davi, 50-Tipoti, Aaron, 52-Gates, Justin, 55-Moala, Viliami, 56-Kaufusi, Keni,

82-Rodgers, Richar, 84-Wark, Jacob, 86-McGovern, Bryce, 87-Hagan, Spencer, 90-Jalil, Mustafa,

91-Coleman, Deandr.

Washington: 1G-Folk, Erik, 2-Williams, Kasen, 3-Johnson, James, 8-Smith, Kevin, 9-Aguilar, Devin,

11-Crichton, Talia, 13-Shamburger, W., 18-Ducre, Gregory, 19-Campbell, D., 22-Shirley, Josh,

23-Fogerson, Johri, 24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W., 35-Sager, Cole,

37-Fuimaono, P., 39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim, 46-Mahan, Will, 50-Tutogi, Thomas, 58-Kearse, Jamaal,

60-Lopez, Brendan, 70-Atoe, James, 71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 80-Hudson, Evan, 93-Hudson, Andrew,

97-Lagafuaina, L..

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Box Score (Final)

2011 University of Washington Football

Washington vs UTAH (Oct 01, 2011 at Salt Lake City, Utah)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Washington 7 3 14 7 31

UTAH 7 0 0 7 14

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 14:51 WASH - Kearse, Jamaal 18 yd fumble recovery (Folk, Erik kick)

06:59 UTAH - Anderson, Dres 16 yd pass from Wynn, Jordan (Petersen, Colem kick), 5-68 2:23

2nd 00:00 WASH - Folk, Erik 44 yd field goal, 12-68 4:37

3rd 12:13 WASH - Williams, Kasen 8 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 7-80 2:47

05:36 WASH - Kearse, Jer. 23 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 4-52 1:16

4th 09:17 WASH - Aguilar, Devin 17 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 14-74 7:49

00:07 UTAH - Rogers, Dallin 4 yd pass from Hays, Jon (Petersen, Colem kick), 10-72 2:22

WASH UTAH

FIRST DOWNS 22 18

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 42-185 23-17

PASSING YDS (NET) 226 305

Passes Att-Comp-Int 30-22-1 33-22-2

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 72-411 56-322

Fumble Returns-Yards 2-21 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 1--4 1-6

Kickoff Returns-Yards 0-0 3-53

Interception Returns-Yards 2-0 1-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 3-41.3 3-45.7

Fumbles-Lost 1-0 4-3

Penalties-Yards 6-59 4-41

Possession Time 33:16 26:44

Third-Down Conversions 7 of 13 5 of 10

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 1 of 2

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 2-5

Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-16 2-17

RUSHING: Washington-Polk, Chris 29-189; Sankey, Bishop 4-5; Smith, Kevin 1-1; Callier, Jesse 1-minus

1; TEAM 1-minus 1; Price, Keith 6-minus 8. UTAH-White, John 14-35; Langi, Harvey 1-1; Dunn, Reggie

1-minus 4; Hays, Jon 5-minus 7; Wynn, Jordan 2-minus 8.

PASSING: Washington-Price, Keith 22-30-1-226. UTAH-Wynn, Jordan 12-17-1-149; Hays, Jon 10-16-1-156.

RECEIVING: Washington-Kearse, Jer. 7-70; Johnson, James 3-37; SeferianJenkins 3-32; Polk, Chris

3-16; Aguilar, Devin 2-40; Williams, Kasen 2-30; Hartvigson, M. 1-1; Sankey, Bishop 1-0.

UTAH-Rogers, Dallin 6-56; Christopher, De 5-125; Anderson, Dres 3-37; Matthews, Luke 2-26; Dunn,

Reggie 2-23; White, John 2-13; Henderson, Char 1-13; Tonga, Westlee 1-12.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-Parker, Sean 1-0; Ducre, Gregory 1-0. UTAH-Williams, J.J. 1-0.

FUMBLES: Washington-Price, Keith 1-0. UTAH-Anderson, Dres 1-1; Wynn, Jordan 1-0; Hays, Jon 1-1;

Lacy, Ryan 1-1.

Washington (4-1,2-0) vs. UTAH (2-2,0-2)

Date: Oct 01, 2011 • Site: Salt Lake City, Utah • Stadium: Rice-Eccles

Attendance: 45412

Kickoff time: 5:10 PM • End of Game: 7:54 PM • Total elapsed time: 2:44

Officials: Referee: Jay Stricherz; Umpire: Douglas Wilson; Linesman: James Wharrie;

Line judge: Darryl Johnson; Back judge: James Settle; Field judge: Mike McCabe;

Side judge: Mike Weselch;

Temperature: 81 • Wind: SW @ 5 • Weather: Partly Cloudy

64 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK


SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Lagafuaina, L. 1-0; Shirley, Josh 1-0. UTAH-Topps, Reggie 1-0; Shelby,

Derrick 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Dennison, Cort 4-6; Fuimaono, P. 2-5; Trufant, D. 4-2; Parker, Sean 3-3;

Glenn, Justin 3-2; Ducre, Gregory 2-2; Kearse, Jamaal 2-2; Gilliland, G. 1-2; Thompson, E. 0-3;

Shirley, Josh 1-1; Ta'amu, Alameda 1-1; Shamburger, W. 1-0; Lagafuaina, L. 1-0; Tokolahi, S. 1-0;

Richardson, Q. 0-1; Tutogi, Thomas 0-1; Tucker, Tim 0-1; Hudson, Andrew 0-1; Crichton, Talia 0-1.

UTAH-Blechen, Brian 3-9; Walker, Chaz 2-10; Andersen, Boo 5-2; Chappuis, Quade 3-4; Martinez, Matt

4-2; Lotulelei, Star 2-4; Rowe, Eric 2-4; Williams, J.J. 2-3; Shelby, Derrick 2-3; Topps, Reggie

2-2; Reilly, Trevor 2-2; Kruger, Dave 1-2; Lacy, Ryan 1-2; Kruger, Joe 0-3; Black, Conroy 0-2; Lee,

Mo 0-1; Finau, Tevita 0-1; Rolf, David 0-1; Tuipulotu, LT 0-1.

Game Starters:

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

QB 17 Price, Keith

RB 1 Polk, Chris

FB 48 Amosa, Jonathan

WR 8 Smith, Kevin

WR 3 Johnson, James

TE 84 Hartvigson, M.

OL 56 Kelemete, S.

OL 64 Tanigawa, Colin

OL 73 Schaefer, Drew

OL 79 Porter, Colin

OL 75 Kohler, Erik

Pos ## DEFENSE

DL 92 Thompson, E.

DL 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DL 98 Tokolahi, S.

DL 22 Shirley, Josh

LB 58 Kearse, Jamaal

LB 31 Dennison, Cort

LB 37 Fuimaono, P.

DB 20 Glenn, Justin

DB 0A Parker, Sean

DB 18 Ducre, Gregory

DB 6 Trufant, D.

UTAH

Pos ## OFFENSE

QB 3 Wynn, Jordan

RB 5A White, John

FB 38 Williams, Karl

WR 6 Anderson, Dres

WR 10 Christopher, De

TE 89 Rogers, Dallin

OL 77 Cullen, John

OL 72 Mason, Miles

OL 54 Stevens, Tevita

OL 68 Heimuli, Latu

OL 74 Brenner, Sam

Pos ## DEFENSE

DL 99 Kruger, Joe

DL 44 Kruger, Dave

DL 92 Lotulelei, Star

DL 90 Shelby, Derrick

LB 4 Blechen, Brian

LB 32 Walker, Chaz

LB 52 Martinez, Matt

DB 26 Lacy, Ryan

DB 9 Black, Conroy

DB 18 Rowe, Eric

DB 19 Chappuis, Quade

Washington: 1G-Folk, Erik, 2-Williams, Kasen, 9-Aguilar, Devin, 11-Crichton, Talia, 13-Shamburger, W.,

15-Kearse, Jer., 19-Campbell, D., 24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W.,

28-Richardson, Q., 35-Sager, Cole, 39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim, 46-Mahan, Will, 50-Tutogi, Thomas,

53-Gilliland, G., 55-Potoa'e, Sione, 60-Lopez, Brendan, 70-Atoe, James, 71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah,

80-Hudson, Evan, 83-Leonard, Luther, 88-SeferianJenkins, 93-Hudson, Andrew, 94-Rasp, Kiel, 97-Lagafuaina, L..

UTAH: 1-McGill, Keith, 2-Scott, Kenneth, 5-Lee, Mo, 9A-Hays, Jon, 11-Matthews, Luke, 13-Williams, J.J.,

14-Dunn, Reggie, 15-Walker, Michael, 17-Johnson,Chandle, 21-Langi, Harvey, 22-Palamo,Thretton,

24-Vakapuna, Tauni, 25-Honeycutt, Mike, 28-Topps, Reggie, 30-Marsh, Nick, 33-Reese, Terrell, 34-Asiata, Shawn,

35-Bird, Greg, 36-Whittingham, Ty, 42-Fotu, Nai, 45-Andersen, Boo, 46-Brown, Nick, 47-Rolf, David,

49-Reilly, Trevor, 51-Fagergren, Dave, 58-Tuipulotu, LT, 62-Greene, Patrick, 76-Tofaeono, Jerem,

79-Taumoelau,Percy, 80-Tonga, Westlee, 85-Henderson, Char, 86-Sellwood, Sean, 91-Aiono, James,

95-Petersen, Colem, 96-Fakahafua, Nate, 97-Finau, Tevita.

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Colorado vs Washington (Oct 15, 2011 at Seattle, WA)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Colorado 7 3 7 7 24

Washington 21 17 7 7 52

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 12:16 WASH - Kearse, Jer. 17 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 6-65 2:44

09:42 CU - Cefalo, Kyle 5 yd pass from Hansen, Tyler (Oliver, Will kick), 7-70 2:27

06:47 WASH - Smith, Kevin 22 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 8-74 2:47

00:00 WASH - SeferianJenkins 11 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 8-70 3:16

2nd 10:51 CU - Oliver, Will 46 yd field goal, 10-44 0:00

08:05 WASH - Polk, Chris 14 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 8-70 2:39

02:09 WASH - Aguilar, Devin 4 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 8-56 3:44

00:00 WASH - Folk, Erik 41 yd field goal, 5-39 1:08

3rd 10:45 CU - Jones, Tony 2 yd run (Oliver, Will kick), 8-74 4:08

02:48 WASH - Callier, Jesse 26 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 5-66 1:29

4th 13:34 CU - Jones, Tony 1 yd run (Oliver, Will kick), 6-36 2:25

02:32 WASH - Sankey, Bishop 3 yd run (Guttorp, Eric kick), 9-66 5:07

CU WASH

FIRST DOWNS 17 31

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 27-62 40-295

PASSING YDS (NET) 207 267

Passes Att-Comp-Int 38-22-0 30-23-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 65-269 70-562

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 1-3 1-9

Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-133 4-89

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 6-40.5 2-44.0

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1

Penalties-Yards 3-30 6-65

Possession Time 29:23 30:37

Third-Down Conversions 8 of 17 8 of 10

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 0

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 5-5

Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-7 5-47

RUSHING: Colorado-Jones, Tony 14-49; Stewart, Rodney 4-42; Ford, Josh 1-13; Canty, Keenan 1-minus 2;

Hirschman, Nick 3-minus 19; Hansen, Tyler 4-minus 21. Washington-Polk, Chris 18-117; Callier, Jesse

10-81; Sankey, Bishop 8-71; Smith, Kevin 1-22; Price, Keith 2-11; Montana, Nick 1-minus 7.

PASSING: Colorado-Hansen, Tyler 18-30-0-155; Hirschman, Nick 4-8-0-52. Washington-Price, Keith

21-28-0-257; Montana, Nick 2-2-0-10.

RECEIVING: Colorado-Jones, Tony 7-49; Canty, Keenan 5-45; Gray, Logan 3-47; Stewart, Rodney 2-18;

Clemons, Toney 2-18; Cefalo, Kyle 2-18; McCulloch,Tyler 1-12. Washington-Aguilar, Devin 6-37;

Kearse, Jer. 5-84; Johnson, James 5-61; SeferianJenkins 3-42; Smith, Kevin 2-20; Polk, Chris 1-14;

Callier, Jesse 1-9.

INTERCEPTIONS: Colorado-None. Washington-None.

FUMBLES: Colorado-None. Washington-Montana, Nick 1-1.

Colorado (1-6,0-3) vs. Washington (5-1,3-0)

Date: Oct 15, 2011 • Site: Seattle, WA • Stadium: Husky Stadium

Attendance: 62147

Kickoff time: 12:35 pm • End of Game: 3:28 pm • Total elapsed time: 2:53

Officials: Referee: Terry Leyden; Umpire: Jerry Meyerhoff; Linesman: Patrick Turner;

Line judge: Michael Feldman; Back judge: Steve Hudson; Field judge: S. Strimling;

Side judge: Larry Farina;

Temperature: 50 deg. • Wind: Light • Weather: Overcast

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SACKS (UA-A): Colorado-Uzo-Diribe, Chi 1-0. Washington-Thompson, E. 1-0; Trufant, D. 0-1; Ta'amu,

Alameda 0-1; Galbraith, Pete 1-0; Gilliland, G. 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Colorado-Rippy, Douglas 6-1; Polk, Ray 5-1; Major, Jon 4-2; Smith, Terrel 5-0;

Espinoza, Jason 3-2; Uzo-Diribe, Chi 3-2; Webb, Derrick 1-4; Goldberg, David 3-1; Ahles, Tyler 2-2;

Daigh, Brady 2-2; Mahnke, Patrick 3-0; Perkins,Anthony 3-0; Obi, Conrad 1-1; Pugh, Makiri 1-1;

Moten, Josh 1-0; Kasa, Nick 1-0; Hawkins, Jonath 1-0; Iverson, Ryan 1-0; Parker, Juda 0-1;

Henderson, Greg 0-1; Greer, Woodson 0-1. Washington-Dennison, Cort 2-4; Walker, Greg 4-1; Ta'amu,

Alameda 2-3; Shamburger, W. 4-0; Glenn, Justin 4-0; Ducre, Gregory 3-0; Kearse, Jamaal 2-1; Shirley,

Josh 2-1; Trufant, D. 2-1; Thompson, E. 1-2; Parker, Sean 1-2; Fuimaono, P. 2-0; Fellner, Nate 2-0;

Gilliland, G. 2-0; Timu, John 1-1; Tutogi, Thomas 0-2; Sager, Cole 0-2; Lopez, Brendan 1-0; Gobern,

Anthony 1-0; Galbraith, Pete 1-0; Richardson, Q. 1-0; Potoa'e, Sione 1-0; Pelluer, Cooper 1-0;

Tokolahi, S. 1-0.

Game Starters:

Colorado

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 17 Clemons, Toney

WR 2 Gray, Logan

LT 59 Bakhtiari,David

LG 63 Adkins, Ethan

C 76 Handler, Gus

RG 73 Miller, Ryan

RT 53 Dannewitz, Ryan

TE 34 Deehan, Ryan

QB 9 Hansen, Tyler

TB 5 Stewart, Rodney

TE 43 Bahr, Matt

Pos ## DEFENSE

LDE 83 Pericak, Will

NT 93 Obi, Conrad

RDE 9A Uzo-Diribe, Chi

OLB 55 Goldberg, David

MLB 3 Rippy, Douglas

DB 1B Espinoza, Jason

OLB 31 Major, Jon

LCB 41 Smith, Terrel

FS 26 Polk, Ray

SS 7 Perkins,Anthony

RCB 20 Henderson, Greg

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

QB 17 Price, Keith

WR 3 Johnson, James

TB 1 Polk, Chris

WR 9 Aguilar, Devin

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Thompson, E.

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 98 Tokolahi, S.

DE 22 Shirley, Josh

OLB 58 Kearse, Jamaal

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

OLB 37 Fuimaono, P.

FS 20 Glenn, Justin

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 18 Ducre, Gregory

CB 6 Trufant, D.

Colorado: 1-Webb, Derrick, 2C-Parker, Juda, 2A-Jones, Tony, 4-Washington,Kyle, 5C-Crabb, Kaiwi,

5B-Asiata, Paulay, 8-Hirschman, Nick, 8C-O'Neill,Darragh, 12-Mahnke, Patrick, 14-Gorman, Justin,

16-Pugh, Makiri, 18-Hawkins, Jonath, 22-Jaffee, Arthur, 29-Ford, Josh, 35-Cefalo, Kyle, 37-Greer, Woodson,

39-Moten, Josh, 44-Kasa, Nick, 47-Ahles, Tyler, 49-Harrington,Evan, 50-Cunningham,Curt, 54-Daigh, Brady,

64-Cotner, Brad, 66-Behrens, Blake, 69-Iverson, Ryan, 71-Lewis, Alex, 79-Tau, Sione, 84-Canty, Keenan,

85-Thornton,DaVaug, 87-McCulloch,Tyler, 88-Slavin, Kyle, 91-Oliver, Will.

Washington: 0E-Montana, Nick, 1G-Folk, Erik, 1F-Guttorp, Eric, 2-Williams, Kasen, 5-Sample, James,

5B-Wood, Nick, 8-Smith, Kevin, 10-Timu, John, 11-Crichton, Talia, 13-Shamburger, W., 19-Campbell, D.,

24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W., 28-Richardson, Q., 29-Fellner, Nate,

35-Sager, Cole, 36-Beebe, Zach, 39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim, 43-Pelluer, Cooper, 46-Mahan, Will,

48-Amosa, Jonathan, 50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G., 55-Potoa'e, Sione, 59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan,

71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 80-Hudson, Evan, 84-Hartvigson, M., 85-Galbraith, Pete,

93-Hudson, Andrew, 97-Lagafuaina, L..

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2011 University of Washington Football

Washington vs #7 Stanford (Oct 22, 2011 at Stanford, CA)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Washington 7 7 0 7 21

Stanford 10 28 10 17 65

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 11:35 STAN - Stewart, J 2 yd run (Williamson, J kick), 6-76 3:25

06:46 STAN - Williamson, J 39 yd field goal, 6-52 1:38

03:00 WASH - Polk, Chris 46 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 8-80 3:37

2nd 14:26 STAN - Fleener, C 1 yd pass from Luck, A (Williamson, J kick), 8-80 3:28

13:34 WASH - Polk, Chris 61 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 2-69 0:52

13:18 STAN - Taylor, S 70 yd run (Williamson, J kick), 1-70 0:00

03:44 STAN - Terrell, D 5 yd pass from Luck, A (Williamson, J kick), 10-72 5:38

00:56 STAN - Thomas, M 62 yd interception return (Williamson, J kick)

3rd 11:16 STAN - Gaffney, T 4 yd run (Williamson, J kick), 6-64 2:41

03:51 STAN - Williamson, J 30 yd field goal, 11-47 5:24

4th 12:48 WASH - Hudson, Evan 2 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 10-56 4:32

09:14 STAN - Wilkerson, A 18 yd run (Williamson, J kick), 7-66 3:32

07:37 STAN - Williamson, J 32 yd field goal, 4-6 1:30

01:25 STAN - Wilkerson, A 38 yd run (Williamson, J kick), 7-68 4:23

WASH STAN

FIRST DOWNS 19 26

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 26-172 44-446

PASSING YDS (NET) 258 169

Passes Att-Comp-Int 38-24-2 22-16-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-430 66-615

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 1-13 1-5

Kickoff Returns-Yards 12-285 4-97

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 2-62

Punts (Number-Avg) 4-40.0 1-41.0

Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0

Penalties-Yards 7-84 9-58

Possession Time 26:50 33:10

Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 8 of 12

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 0

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-1 7-7

Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-9

RUSHING: Washington-Polk, Chris 15-144; Sankey, Bishop 5-31; Aguilar, Devin 1-5; Callier, Jesse 3-1;

Price, Keith 2-minus 9. Stanford-Taylor, S 10-138; Gaffney, T 9-117; Wilkerson, A 14-93; Owusu, C

1-45; Luck, A 3-23; Stewart, J 6-20; Meinken, G 1-10.

PASSING: Washington-Price, Keith 23-36-1-247; Montana, Nick 1-2-1-11. Stanford-Luck, A 16-21-0-169;

Nottingham, B 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING: Washington-SeferianJenkins 5-77; Aguilar, Devin 5-71; Kearse, Jer. 4-52; Johnson, James

3-27; Polk, Chris 3-7; Williams, Kasen 2-18; Smith, Kevin 1-4; Hudson, Evan 1-2. Stanford-Owusu, C

5-40; Whalen, G 4-76; Ertz, Z 2-29; Taylor, S 2-14; Terrell, D 1-5; Montgomery, T 1-4; Fleener, C

1-1.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-None. Stanford-Thomas, M 1-62; Browning, B 1-0.

FUMBLES: Washington-Smith, Kevin 1-1. Stanford-None.

Washington (5-2,3-1) vs. Stanford (7-0,5-0)

Date: Oct 22, 2011 • Site: Stanford, CA • Stadium: Stanford Stadium

Attendance: 50360

Kickoff time: 17:10 • End of Game: 20:24 • Total elapsed time: 3:14

Officials: Referee: Jay Stricherz; Umpire: Timothy Morris; Linesman: James Wharrie;

Line judge: Randy Campbell; Back judge: W. Robinson; Field judge: Clay Reynard;

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Temperature: 76 F • Wind: 9 NNW • Weather: Clear


SACKS (UA-A): Washington-None. Stanford-Lancaster, J 1-0; Lueders, B 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Dennison, Cort 5-8; Parker, Sean 5-4; Glenn, Justin 3-5; Shamburger, W.

6-1; Thompson, E. 2-3; Trufant, D. 1-4; Kearse, Jamaal 1-4; Tutogi, Thomas 1-3; Walker, Greg 2-1;

Fuimaono, P. 2-1; Fellner, Nate 1-2; Gobern, Anthony 2-0; Timu, John 2-0; Shirley, Josh 1-1; Ducre,

Gregory 1-1; Potoa'e, Sione 0-2; Gilliland, G. 0-1; Richardson, Q. 0-1; Shelton, Danny 0-1;

Crichton, Talia 0-1; Sager, Cole 0-1; Hudson, Andrew 0-1. Stanford-Lancaster, J 6-4; Richards, J

3-6; Thomas, M 3-4; Thomas, C 4-2; Lueders, B 3-2; Brown, T 2-2; Bademosi, J 2-2; Masifilo, M 1-3;

Tarpley, A 1-3; Etiz, B 3-0; Amanam, U 1-2; Browning, B 2-0; Muagututia, M 2-0; Bergen, M 1-1;

Carrington, D 0-2; Gardner, B 0-2; Murphy, T 0-2; Olugbode, K 1-0; Bernard, H 1-0; Hemschoot, J 1-0;

Meinken, G 1-0; Vaughters, J 0-1; Anderson, H 0-1; Debniak, A 0-1.

Game Starters:

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

TE 84 Hartvigson, M.

QB 17 Price, Keith

WR 9 Aguilar, Devin

TB 1 Polk, Chris

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Thompson, E.

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 98 Tokolahi, S.

DE 22 Shirley, Josh

OLB 58 Kearse, Jamaal

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

OLB 37 Fuimaono, P.

CB 18 Ducre, Gregory

FS 20 Glenn, Justin

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 6 Trufant, D.

Stanford

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 81 Owusu, C

LT 55 Martin, J

LG 54 Yankey, D

C 64 Schwartzstein,

RG 52 DeCastro, D

RT 73 Fleming, C

TE 1A Toilolo, L

QB 12 Luck, A

RB 33 Taylor, S

FB 85 Hewitt, R

WR 17 Whalen, G

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 98 Masifilo, M

NG 99 Stephens, T

DE 49 Gardner, B

OLB 93 Murphy, T

ILB 35 Lancaster, J

ILB 1G Tarpley, A

OLB 44 Thomas, C

LC 0F Brown, T

SS 3 Thomas, M

FS 5 Carrington, D

RC 27 Bademosi, J

Washington: 0E-Montana, Nick, 1G-Folk, Erik, 2-Williams, Kasen, 3-Johnson, James, 5B-Wood, Nick,

8-Smith, Kevin, 10-Timu, John, 11-Crichton, Talia, 13-Shamburger, W., 19-Campbell, D., 24-Callier, Jesse,

25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W., 28-Richardson, Q., 29-Fellner, Nate, 35-Sager, Cole,

39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim, 46-Mahan, Will, 48-Amosa, Jonathan, 50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G.,

55-Potoa'e, Sione, 59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan, 71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 80-Hudson, Evan,

83-Leonard, Luther, 93-Hudson, Andrew, 94-Rasp, Kiel, 97-Lagafuaina, L..

Stanford: 0H-Richards, J, 0I-Vaughters, J, 1I-Williamson, J, 2-Gatewood, C, 3F-Ward, L, 4-Terrell, D,

5J-Etiz, B, 7-Nottingham, B, 9-Gottfried, B, 10-Meinken, G, 15-Amanam, U, 21-Patterson, J, 22-Olugbode, K,

25-Gaffney, T, 28-Bernard, H, 29-Stutz, A, 30-Seale, R, 31-Browning, B, 32-Wilkerson, A, 34-Stewart, J,

36-Zychlinski, D, 38-Green, D, 40-Hemschoot, J, 42-Debniak, A, 43-Lueders, B, 45-Fowler, A, 47-Muagututia, M,

47-Muagututia, M, 50-Underwood, C, 56-Gowan, J, 57-Bergen, M, 58-Parry, D, 65-Wilkes, K, 66-Bentler, M,

76-Danser, K, 77-Mabry, T, 82-Fleener, C, 83-Dudchock, D, 86-Ertz, Z, 88-Montgomery, T, 90-Mauro, J,

91-Anderson, H, 96-Plantaric, E.

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Arizona vs Washington (Oct 29, 2011 at Seattle, WA)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Arizona 10 3 15 3 31

Washington 0 14 14 14 42

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 10:58 ARIZ - Bonano, J. 36 yd field goal, 8-50 4:02

06:29 ARIZ - Criner, J. 24 yd pass from Foles, N. (Bonano, J. kick), 8-66 2:22

2nd 12:51 WASH - Kearse, Jer. 6 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 12-80 4:31

09:43 ARIZ - Bonano, J. 47 yd field goal, 7-39 2:58

06:16 WASH - Polk, Chris 1 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 8-59 3:20

3rd 13:11 WASH - Polk, Chris 17 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 3-50 1:40

10:40 ARIZ - Golden, R. 91 yd interception return (Douglas, D. pass from Foles, N.)

05:34 WASH - Polk, Chris 1 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 12-76 4:57

03:41 ARIZ - Criner, J. 9 yd pass from Foles, N. (Bonano, J. kick), 4-65 1:44

4th 14:10 ARIZ - Bonano, J. 24 yd field goal, 9-64 3:32

08:21 WASH - Polk, Chris 5 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 6-81 2:20

03:59 WASH - Polk, Chris 2 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 6-50 3:15

ARIZ WASH

FIRST DOWNS 25 24

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 19-36 43-179

PASSING YDS (NET) 388 310

Passes Att-Comp-Int 50-32-3 31-17-3

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 69-424 74-489

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-7

Punt Returns-Yards 2--2 0-0

Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-171 6-177

Interception Returns-Yards 3-91 3-14

Punts (Number-Avg) 4-37.2 4-41.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0

Penalties-Yards 6-56 8-73

Possession Time 27:43 32:17

Third-Down Conversions 3 of 11 7 of 15

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 1 of 1

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 6-6

Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-13 2-19

RUSHING: Arizona-Antolin, K. 9-27; Carey, K. 4-14; Jenkins, D. 1-4; Tutogi, T. 2-3; Foles, N.

3-minus 12. Washington-Polk, Chris 34-144; Callier, Jesse 2-12; Price, Keith 4-9; Sankey, Bishop

1-9; Kearse, Jer. 1-6; TEAM 1-minus 1.

PASSING: Arizona-Foles, N. 32-50-3-388. Washington-Price, Keith 16-30-3-277; Aguilar, Devin

1-1-0-33.

RECEIVING: Arizona-Criner, J. 11-118; Crump, G. 6-55; Roberts, D. 4-57; Douglas, D. 4-48; Carey, K.

2-63; Buckner, D. 2-27; Antolin, K. 2-8; Hill, A. 1-12. Washington-Polk, Chris 4-100; Kearse, Jer.

4-59; Williams, Kasen 2-60; Smith, Kevin 2-34; Aguilar, Devin 2-26; Johnson, James 1-16;

SeferianJenkins 1-14; Campbell, D. 1-1.

INTERCEPTIONS: Arizona-Golden, R. 1-91; Wade, T. 1-0; Flowers, M. 1-0. Washington-Dennison, Cort

1-12; Parker, Sean 1-2; Fellner, Nate 1-0.

FUMBLES: Arizona-Antolin, K. 1-0; Criner, J. 1-1. Washington-None.

Arizona (2-6,1-5) vs. Washington (6-2,4-1)

Date: Oct 29, 2011 • Site: Seattle, WA • Stadium: Husky Stadium

Attendance: 59825

Kickoff time: 7:41 pm • End of Game: 11:01 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:20

Officials: Referee: Jack Wood; Umpire: Tim Schroeder; Linesman: Dan Antonietti;

Line judge: Jeff Robinson; Back judge: Steve Steichen; Field judge: Scott Monaco;

Side judge: Shane Anderson;

Temperature: 52 deg • Wind: None • Weather: Mostly cloudy

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SACKS (UA-A): Arizona-Parish, C. 1-0; Bondurant, T. 1-0. Washington-Hudson, Andrew 1-0; Fuimaono, P.

1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Arizona-Flowers, M. 6-5; Bondurant, T. 5-3; Johnson, C. 4-3; Golden, R. 3-3;

Vassallo, P. 2-4; Washington, J. 3-2; Watley, M. 4-0; Wade, T. 2-2; Merrill, C. 1-3; Tuihalamaka, S.

3-0; Earls, D. 2-1; Pettinato, D. 1-2; Taula, K. 2-0; Bonano, J. 2-0; Ward, J. 1-0; Parish, C. 1-0;

Tevis, J. 1-0; Roberts, D. 1-0. Washington-Dennison, Cort 6-2; Ducre, Gregory 5-0; Trufant, D. 4-1;

Timu, John 1-4; Gobern, Anthony 4-0; Richardson, Q. 3-1; Shamburger, W. 3-1; Parker, Sean 2-2;

Fuimaono, P. 2-1; Thompson, E. 0-3; Shirley, Josh 2-0; Ta'amu, Alameda 2-0; Fellner, Nate 2-0;

Sager, Cole 2-0; Hudson, Andrew 1-1; Tutogi, Thomas 1-0; Folk, Erik 1-0; Walker, Greg 1-0;

Stevenson, Taz 1-0.

Game Starters:

Arizona

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 82 Criner, J.

IR 81 Roberts, D.

IR 85 Douglas, D.

LT 68 Baucus, M.

LG 60 Lees, C.

C 76 Quinn, K.

RG 72 Biskin, T.

RT 73 Ebbele, F.

QB 8 Foles, N.

RB 2 Antolin, K.

WR 21 Crump, G.

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 28 Parish, C.

DT 43 Washington, J.

DT 91 Tuihalamaka, S.

DE 97 Usman, M.

LB 41 Vassallo, P.

LB 40 Earls, D.

LB 27 Bondurant, T.

CB 7D Johnson, C.

FS 2B Flowers, M.

SS 1 Golden, R.

CB 24 Wade, T.

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

QB 17 Price, Keith

WR 3 Johnson, James

TB 1 Polk, Chris

WR 9 Aguilar, Devin

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Thompson, E.

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 98 Tokolahi, S.

DE 22 Shirley, Josh

OLB 10 Timu, John

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

OLB 37 Fuimaono, P.

FS 13 Shamburger, W.

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 18 Ducre, Gregory

CB 6 Trufant, D.

Arizona: 1H-David Lopez, 1E-Bonano, J., 2C-Watley, M., 3H-Hill, D., 3-Jenkins, D., 11-Slavin, T.,

13-Dugandzic, K., 14-Morrison, R., 15-Buckner, D., 16-Wharton, G., 17-Rainey, D., 18-Miller, T., 19-Hobson, H.,

23-Butler, K., 25-Carey, K., 29-Hill, A., 31-Tutogi, T., 32-Brown, L., 35-Parker, K., 38-Tevis, J.,

44-Hankins, R., 46-Brady, B., 47-Elias, J., 49-Ermisch, Tr., 54-Bachman, A., 62-Putton, C., 63-Chacon, B.,

67-Baucus, J., 69-Bender-Ramsay, 71-Merrill, C., 75-Taula, K., 83-Cooper, M., 87-Robinson, D.,

90-Pettinato, D., 95-Ward, J., 98-Fanene, A., 99-Fuimaono, S..

Washington: 1G-Folk, Erik, 2-Williams, Kasen, 8-Smith, Kevin, 14-Stevenson, Taz, 19-Campbell, D.,

20-Glenn, Justin, 24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W., 28-Richardson, Q.,

29-Fellner, Nate, 35-Sager, Cole, 39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim, 46-Mahan, Will, 48-Amosa, Jonathan,

50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G., 55-Potoa'e, Sione, 58-Kearse, Jamaal, 59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan,

71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 80-Hudson, Evan, 84-Hartvigson, M., 93-Hudson, Andrew, 94-Rasp, Kiel.

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2011 University of Washington Football

#6 Oregon vs Washington (Nov 05, 2011 at Seattle, WA)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Oregon 10 7 17 0 34

Washington 3 7 7 0 17

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 11:46 ORE - James, L. 18 yd run (Maldonado, A. kick), 3-38 0:45

07:17 WASH - Folk, Erik 42 yd field goal, 5-8 2:13

06:06 ORE - Maldonado, A. 40 yd field goal, 4--2 1:01

2nd 10:10 ORE - Paulson, David 4 yd pass from Thomas, Darron (Maldonado, A. kick), 4-34 1:20

00:30 WASH - Hartvigson, M. 1 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 12-49 5:50

3rd 12:23 ORE - Barner, Kenjon 1 yd run (Maldonado, A. kick), 12-90 2:25

08:33 WASH - Williams, Kasen 10 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 9-75 3:44

06:05 ORE - Thomas, De. 9 yd run (Maldonado, A. kick), 6-70 2:19

01:49 ORE - Maldonado, A. 35 yd field goal, 9-30 1:51

ORE WASH

FIRST DOWNS 20 19

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 39-212 36-82

PASSING YDS (NET) 169 196

Passes Att-Comp-Int 25-13-0 36-25-2

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-381 72-278

Fumble Returns-Yards 1-9 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-123 7-116

Interception Returns-Yards 2-65 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 4-42.8 4-43.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-1

Penalties-Yards 9-78 3-20

Possession Time 24:01 35:59

Third-Down Conversions 5 of 12 8 of 16

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 2

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-5 3-3

Sacks By: Number-Yards 6-30 0-0

RUSHING: Oregon-James, L. 25-156; Barner, Kenjon 10-41; Thomas, De. 1-9; Thomas, Darron 3-6.

Washington-Polk, Chris 24-80; Sankey, Bishop 2-21; Aguilar, Devin 1-4; Callier, Jesse 1-4; Price,

Keith 8-minus 27.

PASSING: Oregon-Thomas, Darron 13-25-0-169. Washington-Price, Keith 24-35-2-143; Montana, Nick

1-1-0-53.

RECEIVING: Oregon-Huff, Josh 4-60; Tuinei, L. 4-25; Paulson, David 3-65; Hawkins, Daryle 1-13;

James, L. 1-6. Washington-Williams, Kasen 6-79; Polk, Chris 6-31; Kearse, Jer. 3-24; Aguilar, Devin

2-34; Tucker, Tim 2-12; Callier, Jesse 2-7; Hartvigson, M. 2-1; Smith, Kevin 1-14; SeferianJenkins

1-minus 6.

INTERCEPTIONS: Oregon-Pleasant, Eddie 2-65. Washington-None.

FUMBLES: Oregon-Tuinei, L. 1-0; Thomas, Darron 1-1. Washington-Hartvigson, M. 1-1.

Oregon (8-1,6-0) vs. Washington (6-3,4-2)

Date: Nov 05, 2011 • Site: Seattle, WA • Stadium: Husky Stadium

Attendance: 69407

Kickoff time: 7:41 pm • End of Game: 10:38 pm • Total elapsed time: 2:57

Officials: Referee: Michael Batlan; Umpire: Rick DiBernardo; Linesman: Edwin Walker;

Line judge: Rich Troyer; Back judge: Joe Johnson; Field judge: Jeffery Yock;

Side judge: Brad Glenn;

Temperature: 45 deg • Wind: None • Weather: Overcast

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SACKS (UA-A): Oregon-Keliikipi, Wade 1-1; Jordan, Dion 1-1; Hanna, Brandon 1-0; Kaddu, Josh 1-0;

Hart, Taylor 1-0. Washington-None.

TACKLES (UA-A): Oregon-Stuckey, Dewitt 7-1; Clay, Michael 3-3; Boyett, John 3-3; Patterson, A. 3-3;

Jordan, Dion 3-2; Turner, Terrell 3-2; Pleasant, Eddie 2-3; Kaddu, Josh 3-1; Hill, Troy 3-1; Hart,

Taylor 2-2; Mitchell, T. 3-0; Lokombo, Boseko 3-0; Hanna, Brandon 2-1; Remington, I. 2-1; Keliikipi,

Wade 1-2; Jackson, Brian 2-0; Lowe, Keanon 1-1; Ekpre-Olomu, I. 1-1; Heimuli, Ricky 1-1; Malone,

Derrick 1-0; Kamalani, K. 1-0; Wallace, A. 1-0. Washington-Dennison, Cort 4-6; Shamburger, W. 6-3;

Timu, John 7-1; Trufant, D. 6-0; Fuimaono, P. 5-1; Parker, Sean 2-2; Richardson, Q. 3-0; Thompson,

E. 1-2; Hudson, Andrew 1-2; Tokolahi, S. 1-0; Price, Keith 1-0; Glenn, Justin 1-0; Folk, Erik 1-0;

Polk, Chris 1-0; Kearse, Jamaal 1-0; Kearse, Jer. 1-0; Ta'amu, Alameda 1-0; Gilliland, G. 1-0;

Shirley, Josh 0-1.

Game Starters:

Oregon

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 16 Hawkins, Daryle

LT 74 Weems, Darrion

LG 77 York, Carson

C 55 Grasu, Hroniss

RG 79 Asper, Mark

RT 61 Cody, Nick

TE 42 Paulson, David

WR 1 Huff, Josh

WR 80 Tuinei, L.

QB 5 Thomas, Darron

RB 21 James, L.

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 45 Turner, Terrell

DT 66 Hart, Taylor

DT 92 Keliikipi, Wade

DE 96 Jordan, Dion

MLB 52 Stuckey, Dewitt

WLB 46 Clay, Michael

SLB 56 Kaddu, Josh

LCB 27 Mitchell, T.

FS 20 Boyett, John

ROV 11 Pleasant, Eddie

RCB 2 Hill, Troy

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

QB 17 Price, Keith

TE 80 Hudson, Evan

TB 1 Polk, Chris

TE 84 Hartvigson, M.

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Thompson, E.

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 98 Tokolahi, S.

DE 22 Shirley, Josh

OLB 10 Timu, John

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

OLB 37 Fuimaono, P.

FS 13 Shamburger, W.

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 28 Richardson, Q.

CB 6 Trufant, D.

Oregon: 4H-Solis, Eric, 4-Dargan, Erick, 6-Thomas, De., 7-Lowe, Keanon, 10-Vaughn, Rahsaan, 12-Jackson, Brian,

14-Ekpre-Olomu, I., 22-Malone, Derrick, 24-Barner, Kenjon, 25-Lokombo, Boseko, 26-Butterfield, B.,

31-Patterson, A., 32-Lyerla, Colt, 35-Wallace, A., 38-Palmer, Jeff, 39-Howell, Drew, 40-Thompson, Blake,

41-Maldonado, A., 43-Kamalani, K., 44-Hanna, Brandon, 49-Rice, Jackson, 60-Clanton, Ryan, 65-Remington, I.,

71-Benyard, E., 85-Musgrove, Nick, 90-Heimuli, Ricky, 91-Washington, T., 93-Beard, Rob.

Washington: 0E-Montana, Nick, 1G-Folk, Erik, 2-Williams, Kasen, 8-Smith, Kevin, 9-Aguilar, Devin,

14-Stevenson, Taz, 18-Ducre, Gregory, 19-Campbell, D., 20-Glenn, Justin, 24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop,

26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W., 29-Fellner, Nate, 35-Sager, Cole, 39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim,

43-Pelluer, Cooper, 46-Mahan, Will, 48-Amosa, Jonathan, 50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G., 55-Potoa'e, Sione,

58-Kearse, Jamaal, 59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan, 71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 93-Hudson, Andrew,

94-Rasp, Kiel, 97-Lagafuaina, L..

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2011 University of Washington Football

Washington vs #18 USC (Nov 12, 2011 at Los Angeles, Calif.)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Washington 0 3 7 7 17

USC 7 16 14 3 40

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 05:40 USC - Barkley, Matt 1 yd run (Heidari, Andre kick), 6-70 2:54

2nd 12:54 WASH - Folk, Erik 46 yd field goal, 10-51 4:05

06:58 USC - Tyler, Marc 1 yd run (Heidari, Andre kick), 13-80 5:52

05:53 USC - Kennard, Devon safety

02:44 USC - Lee, Marqise 9 yd pass from Barkley, Matt (Heidari, Andre kick), 7-51 3:03

3rd 14:45 USC - Lee, Marqise 88 yd kickoff return (Heidari, Andre kick)

13:36 WASH - Polk, Chris 1 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 3-57 1:00

12:45 USC - McNeal, Curtis 79 yd run (Heidari, Andre kick), 2-80 0:51

4th 14:57 USC - Heidari, Andre 30 yd field goal, 15-61 7:08

00:13 WASH - Williams, Kasen 20 yd pass from Montana, Nick (Folk, Erik kick), 10-69 2:55

WASH USC

FIRST DOWNS 13 21

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 24-46 40-252

PASSING YDS (NET) 198 174

Passes Att-Comp-Int 31-21-0 28-18-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 55-244 68-426

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 2-10 3-32

Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-176 3-127

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 8-52.2 5-42.4

Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0

Penalties-Yards 12-91 11-78

Possession Time 25:45 34:15

Third-Down Conversions 2 of 13 7 of 15

Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 2 of 2

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 4-4

Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-8 7-35

RUSHING: Washington-Polk, Chris 9-36; Sankey, Bishop 4-22; Callier, Jesse 2-12; Smith, Kevin 1-6;

Aguilar, Devin 1-minus 2; Montana, Nick 2-minus 12; Price, Keith 5-minus 16. USC-McNeal, Curtis

18-148; Tyler, Marc 7-50; Negrete, Kyle 1-35; Carlisle, Amir 7-14; Woods, Robert 1-4; Morgan, D.J.

2-4; Barkley, Matt 4-minus 3.

PASSING: Washington-Price, Keith 12-16-0-125; Montana, Nick 9-15-0-73; Aguilar, Devin 0-0-0-0.

USC-Barkley, Matt 18-28-0-174.

RECEIVING: Washington-Williams, Kasen 5-44; SeferianJenkins 4-48; Sankey, Bishop 4-13; Hartvigson,

M. 2-16; Kearse, Jer. 2-10; Smith, Kevin 1-53; Callier, Jesse 1-9; Aguilar, Devin 1-5; Polk, Chris

1-0. USC-Lee, Marqise 9-74; Telfer, Randall 4-43; Woods, Robert 2-5; Butler, Brice 1-36; Tyler, Marc

1-15; Carlisle, Amir 1-1.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-None. USC-None.

FUMBLES: Washington-Price, Keith 1-0. USC-None.

Washington (6-4,4-3) vs. USC (8-2,5-2)

Date: Nov 12, 2011 • Site: Los Angeles, Calif. • Stadium: LA Memorial Coliseum

Attendance: 64756

Kickoff time: 12:51 pm • End of Game: 3:58 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:07

Officials: Referee: Terry Leyden; Umpire: Tim Schroeder; Linesman: Patrick Turner;

Line judge: Michael Feldman; Back judge: W. Robinson; Field judge: S. Strimling;

Side judge: Larry Farina; Scorer: Stan Granch;

Temperature: 61 • Wind: 6 ENE • Weather: cloudy

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Shirley, Josh 1-0. USC-Perry, Nick 2-1; Uko, George 1-1; Dawson, Lamar 1-0;

Kennard, Devon 1-0; Wiley, Isiah 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Dennison, Cort 7-5; Fuimaono, P. 5-7; Parker, Sean 5-5; Shamburger, W.

3-5; Trufant, D. 2-3; Timu, John 2-2; Potoa'e, Sione 3-0; Kearse, Jamaal 2-1; Shelton, Danny 1-2;

Tutogi, Thomas 2-0; Shirley, Josh 2-0; Richardson, Q. 1-1; Hudson, Andrew 1-1; Thompson, E. 0-2;

Gobern, Anthony 1-0; Glenn, Justin 1-0; Tucker, Tim 1-0; Ta'amu, Alameda 0-1; Ducre, Gregory 0-1.

USC-Pullard, Hayes 2-5; McAllister, D. 2-5; McDonald, T.J. 3-3; Perry, Nick 3-2; Wiley, Isiah 2-3;

Starling, J. 4-0; Horton, Shane 2-2; Robey, Nickell 2-1; Dawson, Lamar 2-1; Cumming, Ross 2-1;

Andrew, Will 1-2; Burnett, Tony 1-2; Madden, Tre 0-3; Bailey, Dion 1-1; Uko, George 1-1; Galippo,

Chris 0-2; Tavai, J.R. 1-0; Ashton, Taylor 1-0; Kennard, Devon 1-0; Alonso, A. 0-1; Greene, Kevin

0-1; Horton, Wes 0-1; Vehikite, S. 0-1.

Game Starters:

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 8 Smith, Kevin

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

QB 17 Price, Keith

TB 1 Polk, Chris

WR 9 Aguilar, Devin

WR 2 Williams, Kasen

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Thompson, E.

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 98 Tokolahi, S.

DE 93 Hudson, Andrew

OLB 10 Timu, John

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

OLB 37 Fuimaono, P.

FS 13 Shamburger, W.

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 28 Richardson, Q.

CB 6 Trufant, D.

USC

Pos ## OFFENSE

SE 2 Woods, Robert

LT 75 Kalil, Matt

LG 66 Martin, Marcus

C 78 Holmes, Khaled

RG 5I Martinez, John

RT 77 Graf, Kevin

TE 82 Telfer, Randall

FL 0I Lee, Marqise

QB 0G Barkley, Matt

FB 4J Ellison, Rhett

TB 2B McNeal, Curtis

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 96 Horton, Wes

NT 44 Tupou, C.

DT 90 Uko, George

DE 8 Perry, Nick

SLB 18 Bailey, Dion

MLB 55 Dawson, Lamar

WLB 10 Pullard, Hayes

CB 21 Robey, Nickell

SS 29 Starling, J.

FS 7 McDonald, T.J.

CB 14 Wiley, Isiah

Washington: 0E-Montana, Nick, 1G-Folk, Erik, 11-Crichton, Talia, 14-Stevenson, Taz, 18-Ducre, Gregory,

19-Campbell, D., 20-Glenn, Justin, 22-Shirley, Josh, 24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony,

27-Chandler, W., 35-Sager, Cole, 38-Persley, M., 39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim, 48-Amosa, Jonathan,

50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G., 55-Potoa'e, Sione, 58-Kearse, Jamaal, 59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan,

71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 84-Hartvigson, M., 88-SeferianJenkins, 94-Rasp, Kiel.

USC: 1E-Scroggins, J., 1I-Butler, Brice, 1J-Flournoy, D., 2A-Prater, Kyle, 2I-Cox, Michael, 2F-Tyler, Marc,

3J-Morgan, D.J., 4A-Carlisle, Amir, 13-Madden, Tre, 16-Brown, Anthony, 17-Ashton, Taylor, 19-McAllister, D.,

22-Romness, Cody, 23-Horton, Shane, 24-Wright, D., 27-Jones, Marshall, 28-Freeman, Luke, 34-Burnett, Tony,

35-Negrete, Kyle, 36-Vehikite, S., 41-Noble, Allen, 42-Kennard, Devon, 46-Cumming, Ross, 48-Heidari, Andre,

51-Andrew, Will, 54-Galippo, Chris, 57-Alonso, A., 58-Tavai, J.R., 62-Pousson, Chris, 67-Grady, Tyler,

68-Kim, Patrick, 70-Walker, Aundrey, 74-Galten, Jeremy, 76-Guertler, N., 80-Carswell, B., 81-Greene, Kevin,

86-Grimble, Xavier, 87-Childs, Eric, 92-Kusnir, Zack, 98-Harris, DaJohn.

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2011 University of Washington Football

Washington vs Oregon State (Nov 19, 2011 at Corvallis, Ore.)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Washington 7 7 0 7 21

Oregon State 14 3 0 21 38

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 11:03 WASH - SeferianJenkins 4 yd pass from Montana, Nick (Folk, Erik kick), 9-70 3:57

07:30 OSU - Rodgers, James 6 yd pass from Mannion, Sean (Romaine, Trevor kick), 7-71 3:29

02:52 OSU - Hatfield, Micah 6 yd pass from Mannion, Sean (Romaine, Trevor kick), 5-77 1:43

2nd 11:19 WASH - SeferianJenkins 5 yd pass from Montana, Nick (Folk, Erik kick), 14-80 6:33

00:00 OSU - Romaine, Trevor 24 yd field goal, 7-19 3:01

4th 11:53 OSU - Stevenson, J. 3 yd run (Romaine, Trevor kick), 7-79 3:07

11:27 OSU - Stevenson, J. 15 yd run (Romaine, Trevor kick), 2-15 0:13

07:50 WASH - Aguilar, Devin 20 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 10-85 3:39

02:12 OSU - Stevenson, J. 1 yd run (Romaine, Trevor kick), 12-99 5:23

WASH OSU

FIRST DOWNS 22 20

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 38-160 31-145

PASSING YDS (NET) 155 339

Passes Att-Comp-Int 30-16-2 37-26-1

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 68-315 68-484

Fumble Returns-Yards 1--4 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 1-1 1-19

Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-77 3-60

Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 2-5

Punts (Number-Avg) 3-40.7 2-35.0

Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-2

Penalties-Yards 3-21 7-70

Possession Time 28:33 31:27

Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 8 of 14

Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 2 of 2

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 6-7

Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-7 4-26

RUSHING: Washington-Polk, Chris 25-109; Smith, Kevin 1-24; Callier, Jesse 3-22; Sankey, Bishop 2-12;

Montana, Nick 7-minus 7. Oregon State-Wheaton, Markus 3-66; Ward, Terron 13-43; Stevenson, J. 10-41;

Cooks, Brandin 2-4; Mannion, Sean 1-0; Team 1-minus 2; Rodgers, James 1-minus 7.

PASSING: Washington-Montana, Nick 11-21-1-79; Price, Keith 5-9-1-76. Oregon State-Mannion, Sean

26-37-1-339; Rodgers, James 0-0-0-0.

RECEIVING: Washington-SeferianJenkins 6-40; Williams, Kasen 3-54; Aguilar, Devin 3-42; Polk, Chris

2-8; Kearse, Jer. 1-10; Sankey, Bishop 1-1. Oregon State-Wheaton, Markus 7-125; Rodgers, James 4-48;

Hatfield, Micah 3-18; Ward, Terron 3-13; Gwacham, Obum 2-69; Halahuni, Joe 2-17; Cooks, Brandin 2-8;

Stevenson, J. 1-18; York, Clayton 1-14; Prince, Colby 1-9.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-Parker, Sean 1-0. Oregon State-Poyer, Jordan 1-5; Murphy, Ryan 1-0.

FUMBLES: Washington-Montana, Nick 1-1. Oregon State-Hatfield, Micah 1-0; Halahuni, Joe 1-1; Cooks,

Brandin 1-1.

Washington (6-5,4-4) vs. Oregon State (3-8,3-5)

Date: Nov 19, 2011 • Site: Corvallis, Ore. • Stadium: Reser Stadium

Attendance: 42766

Kickoff time: 12:36 pm • End of Game: 3:36 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:00

Officials: Referee: Jay Stricherz; Umpire: Timothy Morris; Linesman: Jeff Hansen;

Line judge: Randy Campbell; Back judge: W. Robinson; Field judge: John Morton;

Side judge: Clay Reynard; Scorer: M. Woodard;

Temperature: 42 deg. • Wind: 4 mphsse • Weather: cloudy, showers

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Shirley, Josh 1-0. Oregon State-Crichton, Scott 2-0; Frahm, Kevin 0-2;

Fernando, Rusty 0-1; Seumalo, Andrew 0-1.

TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Dennison, Cort 5-6; Fuimaono, P. 4-4; Fellner, Nate 6-1; Timu, John 5-2;

Trufant, D. 6-0; Hudson, Andrew 1-3; Shirley, Josh 3-0; Richardson, Q. 2-1; Ducre, Gregory 2-1;

Tutogi, Thomas 2-0; Thompson, E. 1-1; Ta'amu, Alameda 0-2; Walker, Greg 1-0; Williams, Kasen 1-0;

Callier, Jesse 1-0; Gobern, Anthony 1-0; Kearse, Jer. 1-0; Shamburger, W. 1-0; Parker, Sean 0-1.

Oregon State-Watkins, A. 6-2; Doctor, Michael 3-5; Unga, Feti 1-6; Mitchell, Lance 3-3; Wynn, Dylan

2-4; Crichton, Scott 4-1; Reynolds, R. 3-1; Collins, C. 3-1; Frahm, Kevin 1-3; Poyer, Jordan 2-1;

Seumalo, Andrew 1-2; Zimmerman, T. 1-2; Parker, Keynan 1-1; Wilson, Tony 1-1; Welch, D.J. 1-1;

LaGrone, Josh 1-1; Motter, Ben 0-2; Fifita, Rudolf 0-2; Gwacham, Obum 1-0; Lopez, Joe 1-0; Cooks,

Brandin 1-0; Murphy, Ryan 1-0; McCants, Ryan 0-1; Fernando, Rusty 0-1; Kell, Devon 0-1.

Game Starters:

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 64 Tanigawa, Colin

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

QB 0E Montana, Nick

TE 84 Hartvigson, M.

TB 1 Polk, Chris

WR 9 Aguilar, Devin

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Thompson, E.

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 98 Tokolahi, S.

DE 93 Hudson, Andrew

OLB 10 Timu, John

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

OLB 37 Fuimaono, P.

FS 13 Shamburger, W.

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 28 Richardson, Q.

CB 6 Trufant, D.

Oregon State

Pos ## OFFENSE

SE 2 Wheaton, Markus

FB 42 York, Clayton

LT 50 Remmers, Mike

LG 69 Andrews, Josh

C 70 Johnson, Grant

RG 71 Enger, Grant

RT 64 Kelly, Colin

TE 82 Prince, Colby

QB 0D Mannion, Sean

TB 28 Ward, Terron

FL 1 Rodgers, James

Pos ## DEFENSE

LE 45 Wynn, Dylan

LT 74 Frahm, Kevin

RT 49 Seumalo, Andrew

RE 95 Crichton, Scott

SLB 5 Collins, C.

MLB 41 Unga, Feti

WLB 40 Doctor, Michael

LCB 14 Poyer, Jordan

S 3 Watkins, A.

S 10 Mitchell, Lance

RCB 16 Reynolds, R.

Washington: 1G-Folk, Erik, 2-Williams, Kasen, 3-Johnson, James, 5B-Wood, Nick, 8-Smith, Kevin,

11-Crichton, Talia, 14-Stevenson, Taz, 17-Price, Keith, 18-Ducre, Gregory, 19-Campbell, D., 20-Glenn, Justin,

22-Shirley, Josh, 24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W., 29-Fellner, Nate,

35-Sager, Cole, 39-Walker, Greg, 42-Tucker, Tim, 50-Tutogi, Thomas, 55-Potoa'e, Sione, 58-Kearse, Jamaal,

59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan, 71-Shelton, Danny, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 80-Hudson, Evan, 94-Rasp, Kiel.

Oregon State: 1B-Romaine, Trevor, 4-Welch, D.J., 7D-Ellis, Burke, 7-Hekker, Johnny, 8-Zimmerman, T.,

13-Cooks, Brandin, 19-Stevenson, J., 20-Parker, Keynan, 22-Marable, M., 24-McCants, Ryan, 25-Murphy, Ryan,

26-LaGrone, Josh, 32-Evans, Danny, 33-Anderson, Tyler, 34-Jenkins, Jordan, 43-Wilson, Tony, 56-Fernando, Rusty,

57-Perry, Marcus, 61-Lamb, Michael, 66-Motter, Ben, 78-Fifita, Rudolf, 79-Lopez, Joe, 81-Hatfield, Micah,

84-Cummings, Kevin, 86-Gwacham, Obum, 87-Halahuni, Joe, 89-Hamlett, Connor, 94-Kell, Devon, 99-Braun, John.

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Box Score (Final)

2011 University of Washington Football

Washington State vs Washington (Nov 26, 2011 at Seattle, WA)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Washington State 0 14 7 0 21

Washington 14 7 7 10 38

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 11:37 WASH - Callier, Jesse 2 yd blocked punt return (Folk, Erik kick)

02:13 WASH - Williams, Kasen 16 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 4-55 1:18

2nd 07:55 WSU - Karstetter, Jar 16 yd pass from Lobbestael, M. (Furney, Andrew kick), 12-80 4:55

02:05 WSU - Wilson, Marq. 16 yd pass from Lobbestael, M. (Furney, Andrew kick), 8-66 3:33

00:24 WASH - Williams, Kasen 21 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 7-61 1:35

3rd 05:56 WASH - Polk, Chris 22 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 3-58 0:59

04:31 WSU - Wilson, Marq. 38 yd pass from Lobbestael, M. (Furney, Andrew kick), 3-62 1:14

4th 13:16 WASH - Folk, Erik 46 yd field goal, 7-26 3:15

05:23 WASH - Polk, Chris 1 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 8-69 4:19

WSU WASH

FIRST DOWNS 21 21

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 29-38 29-143

PASSING YDS (NET) 344 291

Passes Att-Comp-Int 42-29-1 30-21-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 71-382 59-434

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 7-55

Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-148 4-80

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-23

Punts (Number-Avg) 8-36.1 7-44.4

Fumbles-Lost 4-1 0-0

Penalties-Yards 7-42 7-90

Possession Time 32:38 27:22

Third-Down Conversions 6 of 15 3 of 12

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 0

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 2-3

Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-2 7-41

RUSHING: Washington State-Mason, Marcus 5-41; Winston, Carl 6-20; Galvin, Rickey 8-16; Eaddy, Henry

1-minus 4; Lobbestael, M. 9-minus 35. Washington-Polk, Chris 22-100; Callier, Jesse 4-44; Price,

Keith 3-minus 1.

PASSING: Washington State-Lobbestael, M. 29-42-1-344. Washington-Price, Keith 21-29-0-291; Montana,

Nick 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING: Washington State-Karstetter, Jar 9-82; Wilson, Marq. 7-108; Ratliff, Bobby 3-38; Galvin,

Rickey 3-28; Lintz, Andrei 2-27; Williams, Krist 2-21; Simone, Gino 1-32; Winston, Carl 1-6; Mason,

Marcus 1-2. Washington-Williams, Kasen 5-74; Kearse, Jer. 5-62; SeferianJenkins 4-62; Smith, Kevin

2-39; Polk, Chris 2-36; Aguilar, Devin 2-13; Callier, Jesse 1-5.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington State-None. Washington-Parker, Sean 1-23.

FUMBLES: Washington State-Galvin, Rickey 1-1; Mason, Marcus 1-0; Winston, Carl 1-0; Lobbestael, M.

1-0. Washington-None.

Washington State (4-8,2-7) vs. Washington (7-5,5-4)

Date: Nov 26, 2011 • Site: Seattle, WA • Stadium: CenturyLink Field

Attendance: 64559

Kickoff time: 4:36 pm • End of Game: 7:37 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:01

Officials: Referee: Shawn Hochuli; Umpire: Douglas Wilson; Linesman: James Wharrie;

Line judge: Darryl Johnson; Back judge: James Settle; Field judge: Mike McCabe;

Side judge: Mike Weseloh;

Temperature: 51 deg • Wind: Lt Wind • Weather: Overcast

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington State-Long, Travis 1-0. Washington-Shirley, Josh 1-1; Hudson, Andrew 1-1;

Ta'amu, Alameda 2-0; Ducre, Gregory 1-0; Fuimaono, P. 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Washington State-Bucannon, Deone 7-2; Hoffman-Ellis,A 7-1; Ledgerwood, M. 5-3;

Toomer, Tyree 5-2; Washington, N. 3-1; Oertel, Eric 3-1; Bontemps, Benn. 2-2; Su'a, Chester 2-2;

Carpenter, Ant. 1-3; Long, Travis 3-0; Williams, Len. 2-0; Locker, Casey 2-0; Rankin, Brandon 1-1;

Mayes, Logan 1-0; Horton, Damante 1-0; Ratliff, Bobby 1-0; Stormo, Skylar 1-0. Washington-Fuimaono,

P. 7-2; Dennison, Cort 4-5; Richardson, Q. 7-1; Parker, Sean 3-4; Timu, John 4-1; Fellner, Nate 3-2;

Ducre, Gregory 3-1; Ta'amu, Alameda 3-1; Shirley, Josh 3-1; Walker, Greg 3-0; Hudson, Andrew 2-1;

Thompson, E. 2-1; Tutogi, Thomas 2-0; Tucker, Tim 1-1; Trufant, D. 1-0; Tokolahi, S. 1-0; Shelton,

Danny 0-1.

Game Starters:

Washington State

Pos ## OFFENSE

X 86 Wilson, Marq.

F 18 Williams, Krist

LT 69 Rodgers, Jake

LG 77 Fullington, J.

C 64 Goetz, Matt

RG 72 Guerra, BJ

RT 7A Spitz, Dan

TE 87 Lintz, Andrei

Z 84 Karstetter, Jar

QB 9 Lobbestael, M.

RB 3 Winston, Carl

Pos ## DEFENSE

RE 89 Long, Travis

RT 0E Rankin, Brandon

LT 61 Laurenzi, Anth.

LE 85 Pu'u Robinson,J

SAM 45 Su'a, Chester

MIKE 44 Ledgerwood, M.

WILL 17 Hoffman-Ellis,A

RCB 2 Washington, N.

SS 20 Bucannon, Deone

FS 15 Toomer, Tyree

LCB 6 Horton, Damante

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 5B Wood, Nick

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

QB 17 Price, Keith

FB 42 Tucker, Tim

TB 1 Polk, Chris

WR 8 Smith, Kevin

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Thompson, E.

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 71 Shelton, Danny

DE 22 Shirley, Josh

OLB 10 Timu, John

ILB 31 Dennison, Cort

OLB 37 Fuimaono, P.

FS 29 Fellner, Nate

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 28 Richardson, Q.

CB 6 Trufant, D.

Washington State: 0F-Wagner, Dan, 1-Simone, Gino, 1G-Eaddy, Henry, 4-Carpenter, Ant., 5-Galvin, Rickey,

8C-Mayes, Logan, 21-Oertel, Eric, 22-Locker, Casey, 23-Brooks, Leon, 25-Bontemps, Benn., 30-Clark, Tracy,

32-Golden, Brandon, 34-Mitz, Logwone, 35-Mason, Marcus, 36-Simmons, Matt., 37-Byers, Jared, 38-Laufasa, Corey,

39-McCartney, Kyle, 40-Stormo, Skylar, 42-Coen, Cyrus, 49-Furney, Andrew, 54-Markle, Darren,

59-Kaufusi, Sekope, 65-Den Bleyker, Al, 71-Bock, Matthew, 79-Gonzales, David, 81-Barton, Isiah,

82-Ratliff, Bobby, 83-Myers, Isiah, 88-Dunn, Aaron, 90-Clayton, Justin, 93-Williams, Len., 98-Pole, Kalaf..

Washington: 0E-Montana, Nick, 1G-Folk, Erik, 2-Williams, Kasen, 3-Johnson, James, 4B-Egu, Ken,

9-Aguilar, Devin, 11-Crichton, Talia, 14-Stevenson, Taz, 18-Ducre, Gregory, 19-Campbell, D., 20-Glenn, Justin,

24-Callier, Jesse, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W., 35-Sager, Cole, 39-Walker, Greg, 43-Pelluer, Cooper,

46-Mahan, Will, 50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G., 58-Kearse, Jamaal, 59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan,

72-Hatchie, Micah, 80-Hudson, Evan, 84-Hartvigson, M., 93-Hudson, Andrew, 94-Rasp, Kiel, 98-Tokolahi, S..

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Box Score (Final)

2011 University of Washington Football

Washington vs #12 Baylor (Dec 29, 2011 at San Antonio, Texas)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

Washington 7 28 14 7 56

Baylor 21 3 29 14 67

Qtr Time Scoring play

1st 11:14 BU - Wright, Kendall 11 yd pass from Griffin III, R. (Jones, Aaron kick), 13-85 3:46

07:26 WASH - Price, Keith 5 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 7-68 3:48

06:03 BU - Salubi, Jarred 36 yd run (Jones, Aaron kick), 5-63 1:23

00:48 BU - Griffin III, R. 24 yd run (Jones, Aaron kick), 12-82 3:59

2nd 11:32 WASH - Johnson, James 12 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 11-73 4:16

04:52 WASH - Aguilar, Devin 1 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 9-77 3:18

01:38 WASH - Price, Keith 15 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 6-57 2:24

00:31 WASH - Polk, Chris 56 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 1-56 0:12

00:00 BU - Jones, Aaron 42 yd field goal, 6-42 0:31

3rd 14:00 WASH - Kearse, Jer. 80 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 2-80 1:00

11:06 BU - Salubi, Jarred 7 yd run (Jones, Aaron kick), 10-80 2:54

08:28 BU - Ganaway, T. 89 yd run (Monk, Jerod pass from Griffin III, R.), 1-89 0:12

07:44 WASH - Aguilar, Devin 13 yd pass from Price, Keith (Folk, Erik kick), 2-73 0:44

06:01 BU - Ganaway, T. 1 yd run (Jones, Aaron kick), 6-74 1:43

00:58 BU - Ganaway, T. 1 yd run (Jones, Aaron kick), 5-75 2:40

4th 09:40 WASH - Price, Keith 8 yd run (Folk, Erik kick), 13-76 6:18

08:15 BU - Ganaway, T. 4 yd run (Jones, Aaron kick), 5-70 1:25

02:28 BU - Ganaway, T. 43 yd run (Jones, Aaron kick), 3-61 0:52

WASH BU

FIRST DOWNS 26 33

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 37-182 52-482

PASSING YDS (NET) 438 295

Passes Att-Comp-Int 37-23-0 33-24-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-620 85-777

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 2-53 1--2

Kickoff Returns-Yards 9-188 8-183

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 2-54.5 2-52.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-1

Penalties-Yards 1-15 8-58

Possession Time 31:50 28:10

Third-Down Conversions 9 of 16 7 of 14

Fourth-Down Conversions 3 of 4 3 of 4

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 6-7 5-5

Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-18 0-0

RUSHING: Washington-Polk, Chris 30-147; Price, Keith 5-39; Callier, Jesse 2-minus 4. Baylor-Ganaway,

T. 21-200; Salubi, Jarred 5-101; Reese, Tevin 2-101; Griffin III, R. 18-55; Wright, Kendall 4-28;

TEAM 2-minus 3.

PASSING: Washington-Price, Keith 23-37-0-438. Baylor-Griffin III, R. 24-33-0-295.

RECEIVING: Washington-Kearse, Jer. 5-198; Aguilar, Devin 5-90; SeferianJenkins 5-59; Williams, Kasen

3-19; Johnson, James 2-36; Polk, Chris 2-8; Callier, Jesse 1-28. Baylor-Wright, Kendall 7-91;

Williams, T. 6-62; Reese, Tevin 5-66; Sampson, Lanear 3-25; Norwood, Levi 1-23; Monk, Jerod 1-15;

Salubi, Jarred 1-13.

INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-None. Baylor-None.

FUMBLES: Washington-Polk, Chris 1-1; Shelton, Danny 1-1. Baylor-Griffin III, R. 1-1.

Washington (7-6) vs. Baylor (10-3)

Date: Dec 29, 2011 • Site: San Antonio, Texas • Stadium: Alamodome

Attendance: 65256

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Kickoff time: 8:07 pm • End of Game: 11:48 pm • Total elapsed time: 3:41

Officials: Referee: Ron Cherry; Umpire: Tom Laverty; Linesman: Michael Kelley;


SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Shirley, Josh 3-0; Hudson, Andrew 1-0. Baylor-None.

TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Parker, Sean 6-9; Dennison, Cort 4-11; Glenn, Justin 3-5; Timu, John 2-6;

Richardson, Q. 4-3; Shirley, Josh 5-0; Shelton, Danny 1-4; Gilliland, G. 1-4; Fellner, Nate 2-2;

Hudson, Andrew 2-1; Trufant, D. 2-1; Fuimaono, P. 1-1; Ta'amu, Alameda 1-1; Polk, Chris 1-1;

Thompson, E. 0-2; Sager, Cole 1-0; Gobern, Anthony 1-0; Crichton, Talia 1-0; Kearse, Jamaal 1-0;

Potoa'e, Sione 0-1; Ducre, Gregory 0-1; Tutogi, Thomas 0-1; Callier, Jesse 0-1; Folk, Erik 0-1.

Baylor-Coffey, Elliot 5-10; Holl, Sam 7-4; Morton, K.J. 8-1; Dixon, Ahmad 4-4; Chadwick, R. 1-6;

Hicks, Mike 3-3; Robertson, T. 3-2; Mason Jr., Gary 2-1; Trahan, Brody 1-2; Lloyd, Terrance 2-0;

Johnson, Nick 1-0; Sampson, Lanear 1-0; Roth, Spencer 1-0; Hager, Bryce 1-0; Williams, Joe 1-0;

Ganaway, T. 1-0; McAllister, C. 0-1; Singletary, R. 0-1; Williams, Isaac 0-1; Robinson, T.C. 0-1;

Lee, Clarence 0-1.

Game Starters:

Washington

Pos ## OFFENSE

QB 17 Price, Keith

RB 1 Polk, Chris

WR 15 Kearse, Jer.

WR 9 Aguilar, Devin

WR 2 Williams, Kasen

LT 56 Kelemete, S.

LG 5B Wood, Nick

C 73 Schaefer, Drew

RG 79 Porter, Colin

RT 75 Kohler, Erik

TE 88 SeferianJenkins

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 92 Thompson, E.

DT 74 Ta'amu, Alameda

DT 71 Shelton, Danny

DE 22 Shirley, Josh

LB 58 Kearse, Jamaal

LB 31 Dennison, Cort

LB 37 Fuimaono, P.

FS 29 Fellner, Nate

SS 0A Parker, Sean

CB 28 Richardson, Q.

CB 6 Trufant, D.

Baylor

Pos ## OFFENSE

QB 10 Griffin III, R.

RB 24 Ganaway, T.

WR 1 Wright, Kendall

WR 2 Williams, T.

WR 3 Sampson, Lanear

LT 68 Richardson, C.

LG 71 Kaufhold, C.

C 74 Blake, Philip

RG 79 Griffin, R. T.

RT 78 Wade, Ivory

TE 8B Najvar, Jordan

Pos ## DEFENSE

DE 0A Mason Jr., Gary

DT 13 Robertson, T.

DT 90 Jean-Baptiste,N

DE 11 Lloyd, Terrance

LB 4 Coffey, Elliot

LB 26 Chadwick, R.

SS 17 Hicks, Mike

FS 25 Holl, Sam

CB 8 Morton, K.J.

CB 22 Williams, Joe

CB 6 Dixon, Ahmad

Washington: 1G-Folk, Erik, 3-Johnson, James, 10-Timu, John, 11-Crichton, Talia, 14-Stevenson, Taz,

18-Ducre, Gregory, 20-Glenn, Justin, 24-Callier, Jesse, 25-Sankey, Bishop, 26-Gobern, Anthony, 27-Chandler, W.,

35-Sager, Cole, 39-Walker, Greg, 43-Pelluer, Cooper, 48-Amosa, Jonathan, 50-Tutogi, Thomas, 53-Gilliland, G.,

55-Potoa'e, Sione, 59-Riva, Ben, 60-Lopez, Brendan, 72-Hatchie, Micah, 80-Hudson, Evan, 84-Hartvigson, M.,

93-Hudson, Andrew, 94-Rasp, Kiel.

Baylor: 3B-Valdez, Michael, 4A-Williams, Isaac, 4C-Robinson, T.C., 5A-Goodley, Antwan, 5-Kent, Prince,

14-Petty, Bryce, 15-Trahan, Brody, 16-Reese, Tevin, 19-McCall, L., 20-Monk, Jerod, 21-Salubi, Jarred,

23-Fuller, Clay, 31-McAllister, C., 33-Wilson, Josh, 36-Roth, Spencer, 38-Brence, Collin, 42-Norwood, Levi,

43-Jones, Aaron, 44-Hager, Bryce, 45-Ritchey, Matt, 46-Lee, Clarence, 47-Singletary, R., 48-Wolfe, Erik,

49-Johnson, Kaeron, 50-Landes, Jimmy, 63-Jones, John, 65-Northern, Zach, 70-Jackson, Jake, 76-Johnson, Nick,

77-Palmer, Kelvin, 92-Edwards, Jared.

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Miscellaneous

National Championships

1960 Helms Foundation

1984 Football News; Berryman; National

Championship Foundation*

1990 FACT*

1991 USA Today/CNN; UPI/National Football

Foundation; Football Writers; Sports

Illustrated; Berryman; Billingsley; DeVold,

Dunkel; FACT*; FB News; Matthews;

National Championship Foundation*;

Sagarin

*Selected multiple national champions

Conference Championships

1916 Pacific Coast

1919 Pacific Coast (tie)

1925 Pacific Coast

1936 Pacific Coast

1959 AAWU (tie)

1960 AAWU

1963 AAWU

1977 Pacific-8

1980 Pacific-10

1981 Pacific-10

1990 Pacific-10

1991 Pacific-10

1992 Pacific-10 (tie)

1995 Pacific-10 (tie)

2000 Pacific-10 (tie)

Unbeaten, Untied Teams

1909 7-0-0

1910 6-0-0

1911 7-0-0

1912 6-0-0

1913 7-0-0

1915 7-0-0

1991 12-0-0

Unbeaten Teams

1895 4-0-1

1908 6-0-1

1914 6-0-1

1916 6-0-1

1991 12-0-0

Longest Winning Streaks

39 1908-1914

22 1990-1992

12 2000-2001

12 1914-1916

10 1981-1982 (post 1945)

Longest Unbeaten Streaks

63* 1907-1917 (59-0-4)

22 1990-1992 (22-0-0)

14 1924-1925 (12-0-2)

12 2000-2001 (12-0)

10 1922-1923 (9-0-1)

10 1981-1982 (10-0-0)

* NCAA Record

Consecutive Home Wins

44 1908-1917

17 1999-2002

17 1991-1993

15 1981-1983

Consecutive Road Wins

16 1990-1992

10 1979-1981

Longest Losing Streak

15 2007-2009

Consecutive Games Scoring

259 1981-2004

Consecutive Shutouts

8 Nov. 14, 1908-Nov. 13, 1909;

Nov. 5, 1910-Nov. 4, 1911

Consecutive Games Shutout

3 1906, 1917, 1920, 1948

Consecutive Non-Losing Seasons

27 1977-2003

16 1901-1916

Consecutive PATs Made

Total 131, 2008-present

Games 42, 1977-81

All-Time Largest Margin of Victory

120 Whitman (120-0) .................................... 1919

108 Willamette (108-0)................................. 1925

100 Whitworth (100-0) ................................. 1913

96 Col. Puget Sound (96-0) ....................... 1924

90 Fort Wordon (90-0)................................ 1911

77 Whitman (77-0) ...................................... 1931

73 Col. Puget Sound (80-7) ....................... 1925

73 Col. Puget Sound (73-0) ....................... 1929

72 California (72-0) ..................................... 1915

71 Whitman (71-0) ...................................... 1944

Modern Largest Margin of Victory

66 Oregon (66-0) ......................................... 1974

58 UC Santa Barbara (65-7)...................... 1971

57 Oregon (63-6) ......................................... 1951

55 Texas El-Paso (55-0)............................. 1982

54 Arizona (54-0) ........................................ 1991

54 Oregon (54-0) ......................................... 1977

53 Kansas State (56-3) .............................. 1991

51 Montana (58-7) ...................................... 1951

50 Idaho (53-3 ............................................. 2001

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All-Time Largest Margin of Defeat

69 California (3-72) ..................................... 1921

58 Miami (7-65) ........................................... 2001

58 Oregon (0-58) ......................................... 1973

56 USC (0-56) .............................................. 2008

52 Alabama (0-52) ...................................... 1975

50 Michigan (0-50) ..................................... 1953

48 UCLA (0-48) ............................................ 1967

48 USC (0-48) .............................................. 1929

48 Nebraska (7-55)..................................... 1998

47 California (7-54) ..................................... 2003

46 Notre Dame (0-46) ................................ 1948

Attendance

Home Games

Season Total 503,341 in 2003 (7 games)

445,896 in 1995 (6 games)

Home Game 76,125 vs. Army, 1995

Home Average 71,395 in 1987 (7 games)

74,316 in 1995 (6 games)

All Games

Season Total: 783,123 in 2007 (13 games)

800,667 in 2003 (12 games)

726,774 in 1995 (11 games)

Season Average: 60,240 in 2007 (13 games)

66,722 in 2003 (12 games)

66,070 in 1995 (11 games)

Away Game: 111,491 at Michigan, 2002

Bowl Game: 105,611 vs. Iowa, 1982 Rose

Top 10 Home Attendance Marks

No. Year Opponent Attendance

1. 1995 Army 76,125

2. 1997 Arizona State 74,986

3. 2007 Ohio State 74,927

4. 2003 Washington State 74,549

5. 1995 USC 74,421

6. 1997 Washington State 74,268

7. 2000 Miami (Fla.} 74,157

8. 1995 Washington State 74,144

9. 2001 Michigan 74,080

10. 1995 Oregon 74,054

Division I Longest Unbeaten Streaks

No. Wins Ties Team Years Ended by Score

1. 63 59 4 Washington 1907-17 California 27-0

2. 56 55 1 Michigan 1901-05 Chicago 2-0

3. 50 46 4 California 1920-25 Olympic Club 15-0

4. 48 47 1 Oklahoma 1953-57 Notre Dame 7-0

48 47 1 Yale 1885-89 Princeton 10-0

Division I Longest Home Winning Streaks

Wins Team Years Ended by Score

1. 58 Miami (Fla.) 1985-94 Washington 38-20

2. 57 Alabama 1963-82 Southern Miss. 38-29

3. 56 Harvard 1890-95 Boston AA 0-0

4. 50 Michigan 1901-07 Pennsylvania 6-0

5. 47 Nebraska 1991-98 Texas 20-16

6. 44 Washington 1908-17 Oregon State 0-0

7. 42 Texas 1968-76 Houston 30-0

8. 40 Notre Dame 1907-18 Great Lakes 7-7

9. 38 Notre Dame 1919-27 Minnesota 7-7

10. 37 Yale 1904-08 Brown 10-10

37 Yale 1900-03 Princeton 11-6

37 Florida State 1992-01 Miami (Fla.) 49-27


Washington Record Book — Team Single Game

Miscellaneous

Long Scoring Drive (Plays) – 19 at Oregon, 2005; vs. California, 2002; at California,

1975; vs. Oregon in 1955

Long Scoring Drive (Yards) – 99 vs. Stanford, 1999; vs. Wash. St., 2001;

vs. San Jose State, 2004

Long Scoring Drive (Time) – 9:52 at Oregon, 2005

Long One Play Scoring Drive (Yards) – 91 yards vs. San Jose State, 1994

Time of Posession – 41:52 vs. Florida (Freedom Bowl), 1989

Rushing

Rushing Yards – 559 vs. San Jose State, 1996

Rushing Attempts – 80 at Washington State, 1956

Fewest Rushing Yards – (-13) vs. Stanford, 1971

Fewest Rushing Attempts – 15 at Southern California, 1989

Rushing Yards Per Attempt – 13.3 vs. Washington State, 1950

Fewest Rushing Yards Per Attempt – (-0.5) vs. Stanford, 1971

Rushing Touchdowns – 8 vs. Oregon, 1951

Passing

Pass Attempts – 68 at USC, 1998

Fewest Pass Attempts – 2 vs. California, 1964

Pass Completions – 38 at USC, 2002

Fewest Pass Completions – 0 vs. California, 1965; vs. Oregon, 1962; at Illinois, 1951

Passing Yards – 455 vs. Arizona, 2001

Fewest Passing Yards – 0 vs. Cal, 1965; vs. Ore., 1962; vs. Cal, 1948; at Illinois, 1951

Touchdown Passes – 6 vs. UCLA, 1970

Completion Percentage (20 att.) — .857 (18 for 21) vs. San Jose State, 1993

Completion Percentage (30 att.) — .818 (27 for 33) vs. Michigan,1983

Passes Had Intercepted – 8 at UCLA, 1969

Yards per Attempt – 17.1 vs. Michigan (Rose Bowl), 1993

Fewest Yards per Attempt – 0.7 at Oregon, 1973

Yards Per Completion – 30.0 at Calfornia, 1999

Fewest Yards Per Completion – 6.0 vs. Eastern Washington, 2011

Scoring

Points – 120 vs. Whitman, 1919 (all-time); 66 vs. Oregon, 1974 (modern)

Points by Quarter – 1st Qtr. – 28 vs. Idaho, 1969

2nd Qtr. – 30 vs. Oregon State, 1989

3rd Qtr. – 28 vs. Indiana, 2003; 28 vs. Stanford, 1981

vs. Oregon, 1974

4th Qtr. – 30 vs. UCLA, 1970

Touchdowns – 9 vs. Oregon, 1974; 9 vs. UC-Santa Barbara, 1971; 9 vs.

Oregon, 1951; 9 vs. Montana, 1951

Field Goals – 5 at Washington State, 2002; vs. Houston, 1985

Field Goal Attempts – 8 at Washington State, 2002

Extra Points – 9 vs. Oregon, 1974; 9 vs. UC Santa Barbara, 1971

Extra Point Attempts – 9 vs. Oregon, 1974; 9 vs. UC Santa Barbara, 1971

Combined Points – 120 vs. Whitman, 1919

Points in a Half – Overall – 45 at Oregon State, 1999; 45 vs. Northwestern, 1980

1st Half – 45 at Oregon State, 1999; 45 vs. Northwestern, 1980

2nd Half – 42 vs. Oregon, 1974; 42 at Illinois, 1971

First Downs

First Downs – 36 vs. Wyoming, 2002

Fewest First Downs – 2 vs. California, 1948 (all-time); 3 vs. Oregon, 1984 (modern)

Rushing First Downs – 27 vs. Idaho, 1956

Fewest Rushing First Downs – 0 at USC, 1989; at UCLA, 2001

Passing First Downs – 26 vs. Wyoming, 2002

Fewest Passing First Downs – 0 on 13 occasions, last vs.Stanford, 1967

Penalty First Downs – 7 vs. Nevada, 2003

Fewest Penalty First Downs – 0 numerous times

Interceptions

Interceptions – 9 vs. Oregon, 1952

Total Offense

Total Offensive Attempts – 98 at USC, 1998

Fewest Offensive Attempts – 38 vs. California, 1948

Total Offensive Yards – 734 vs. San Jose State, 1996

Fewest Total Offensive Yards – 61 vs. California, 1948

Total Offensive Average Per Attempt – 11.6 at Washington St, 1950 (Spokane)

Lowest Offensive Average Per Attempt – 1.47 at UCLA, 1967

Punt Returns

Punt Returns – 9 vs. Montana, 1951; 9 vs. BYU, 1998

Punt Return Yards – 166 vs. California, 1998

Punt Return Yards Per Attempt – (min. 3) 36.3 vs. Kansas St., 1991 (3 att., 109 yds.)

Punt Returns for Touchdowns – 2 vs. Oregon, 1984

Kickoff Returns

Kickoff Returns – 12 at Stanford, 2011

Kickoff Return Yards – 285 at Stanford, 2011

Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt – (min. 3) 47.0 vs. BYU, 1986 (3 att., 141 yds.)

Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns – 2 vs. Utah, 1959

Punting

Punts – 12 at Arizona State, 1983

Fewest Punts – 0 vs. UCLA, 1962; vs. Wyoming, 2002

Punting Average – (Min. 5) 54.6 at Colorado, 1959 (7 att., 382 yds.)

Penalties

Penalties – 18 at Oregon State, 1976

Fewest Penalties – 0 vs. Stanford, 1948; 0 at Washington State, 1960

Penalty Yards – 163 at California, 1959

Fewest Penalty Yards – 0 vs. Stanford, 1948; 0 at Washington State, 1960

Fumbles

Fumbles – 11 at Oregon, 1969

Fumbles Lost – 7 at USC, 1956

Single-Game Defense

Rushing Defense

Fewest Rushing Attempts – 17 vs. Eastern Washington, 2011

Fewest Rushing Yards – (- 50) vs. Pacific, 1981

Most Rushing Yards Lost – 115 vs. California, 1972

Fewest Rushing Yards Per Attempt – (- 1.88) vs. BYU, 1986

Pass Defense

Fewest Pass Attempts – 2 at California, 1965

Fewest Pass Completions – 0 at Indiana, 1978

Fewest Passing Yards – 0 at Indiana, 1978; at Oregon State, 1991

Lowest Average per Passing Attempt (15 att.) – 1.0 vs. Oregon State, 1975

Lowest Average per Completion (10 comp.) – 6.4 at Oregon, 2004

Interceptions

Interceptions – 9 vs. Oregon, 1952

Interception Yards – 213 vs. Oregon, 1952

Interception Returns for Touchdowns – 2 vs. Michigan State, 1997; at Stanford,

1978; vs. Utah, 1959; at Oregon State, 1999; vs. Oregon State, 2002

Total Defense

Fewest Total Offensive Yards Allowed – 42 vs. Montana, 1951

Fewest Total Offensive Attempts Allowed – 37 vs. Oregon State, 1953

First Downs

Fewest First Downs – 2 vs. Oregon, 1974

Fumbles

Most Fumbles – 10 vs. Oregon State, 1959

Most Fumbles Lost – 5 on 9 occasions; last - at Oregon State, 1999

Punting

Most Opponent Punts – 13 vs. Cincinnati, 1974; at Arizona State, 2000

Most Opponent Punts Blocked – 3 at UCLA, 1953

Tackles

Sacks – 13 vs. California, 1998; 13 vs Utah State, 1998

Tackles for Loss Yards – 118 vs. California, 1972

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Miscellaneous

Long Scoring Drive (Plays)

Plays Opponent

1. 19 Notre Dame, 2009

19 Oregon, 2005

19 California, 2002

19 California, 1975

19 Oregon, 1955

6. 18 Arizona State, 2001

18 East Carolina, 1993

18 UCLA, 1990

9. 17 BYU, 2008

17 Oregon, 2003

17 Arizona, 1999

17 Oregon, 1987

Long Scoring Drive (Yards)

(since 1987)

Yards Opponent

1. 99 Arizona, 2007

99 San Jose State, 2004

99 Stanford, 1999

4. 98 Washington State, 2010

98 Stanford, 2007

98 Idaho, 2000

98 Nebraska, 1991

8. 97 Idaho, 2009

97 Pacific, 1992

10. 96 San Jose State, 1993

Long Scoring Drive (Time)

Time Opponent

1. 9:52 Oregon, 2005

2. 9:31 Arizona, 1999

3. 9:19 Notre Dame, 2009

4. 8:31 Washington State, 2010

5. 8:10 UCLA, 1990

6. 7:49 Utah, 2011

7. 7:37 Oregon, 2003

8. 7:35 Washington State, 1996

9. 7:20 Washington State, 2007

10. 7:19 Oregon, 1999

One-Play Scoring Drives

Yards Opponent

1. 91 yds San Jose State, 1994

2. 89 yds San Jose State, 2002

3. 86 yds Arizona State, 2000

4. 83 yds Oregon, 2007

5. 80 yds California, 2010

5. 78 yds Arizona, 2001

6. 73 yds Arizona, 1990

7. 69 yds Arizona State, 1989

8. 57 yds Washington State, 2010

57 yds Syracuse, 2010

10. 56 yds Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

11. 52 yds Nebraska, 2011

12. 48 yds San Jose State, 1996

13. 44 yds USC, 2010

14. 42 yds California, 2001

15. 40 yds Oregon, 1989

16. 39 yds Oregon State, 2009

39 yds Wash. State, 2004

18. 32 yds Arizona State, 2007

19. 29 yds Oregon State, 1996

20. 25 yds Ohio State, 1994

25 yds Arizona, 1999

22. 17 yds Oregon, 2010

23. 16 yds California, 2000

24. 15 yds Utah State, 1998

25. 13 yds Oregon, 2002

13 yds Arizona, 1998

27. 12 yds UCLA, 2004

12 yds Idaho, 2000

29. 7 yds Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl

7 yds Oregon State, 1996

31. 2 yds Oregon, 1998

Time of Possession

Time Opponent

1. 41:52 Florida, '89 Freedom Bowl

2. 41:26 Arizona State, 1987

3. 41:17 Oregon State, 1999

4. 40:09 Oregon, 2002

5. 39:49 California, 1982

6. 38:58 Arizona State, 1990

7. 38:42* Washington State, 1996

8. 38:39 UCLA, 2000

9. 38:29 California, 2002

10. 38:26 Oregon, 1999

* Overtime game

Scoring

Points Scored (All-Time)

No. Opponent

1. 120-0 Whitman, 1919

2. 108-0 Willamette, 1925

3. 100-0 Whitworth, 1913

4. 96-0 Puget Sound, 1924

5. 90-0 Fort Worden, 1911

6. 81-0 Rainier Valley AC, 1914

7. 80-7 Puget Sound, 1925

8. 77-0 Whitman, 1931

9. 73-0 Puget Sound, 1929

10. 72-0 California, 1915

Points Scored (Since 1945)

No. Opponent

1. 66-0 Oregon, 1974

2. 65-7 UC Santa Barbara, 1971

3. 63-7 Oregon, 1971

4. 61-20 Oregon, 1951

5. 58-28 Arizona, 1997

58-6 Oregon State, 1991

58-7 Montana, 1951

8. 56-67 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

56-3 Kansas State, 1991

56-21 Washington State, 1991

56-17 Oregon State, 1981

56-7 Navy, 1970

Combined Points

Points Opponent

1. 123 (56-67) Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

2. 120 (120-0) Whitman, 1919

3. 108 (108-0) Willamette, 1925

4. 103 (49-54) California, 1973

5. 100 (100-0) Whitworth, 1913

6. 96 (96-0) Puget Sound, 1924

7. 90 (43-47) Texas, '01 Holiday Bowl

90 (90-0) Fort Worden, 1911

9. 89 (38-51) Nebraska, 2011

89 (41-48) Arizona, 2007

89 (34-55) Oregon, 2007

Points in a Half (Overall)

Points Opponent

1. 45 (1st) Oregon State, 1999

45 (1st) Northwestern, 1980

3. 44 (1st) Oregon State, 1991

4. 43 (1st) San Jose St, 1996

5. 42 (1st) BYU, 1986

42 (2nd) Oregon, 1974

42 (2nd) Illinois, 1971

8. 41 (1st) Arizona, 1997

9. 39 (1st) Utah State, 1998

10. 38 (1st) Colorado, 2011

Points in a Half (1st Half)

Points Opponent

1. 45 (1st) Oregon State, 1999

45 (1st) Northwestern, 1980

3. 44 (1st) Oregon State, 1991

4. 43 (1st) San Jose State, 1996

5. 42 (1st) BYU, 1986

6. 41 (1st) Arizona, 1997

7. 39 (1st) Utah State, 1998

8. 38 (1st) Colorado, 2011

9. 37 (1st) Idaho, 2001

37 (1st) Oregon State, 1989

Points in a Half (2nd Half)

Points Opponent

1. 42 (2nd) Oregon, 1974

42 (2nd) Illinois, 1971

3. 35 (2nd) Oregon, 2003

35 (2nd) Oregon State, 1997

35 (2nd) Miami, 1994

35 (2nd) Stanford, 1977

35 (2nd) California, 1973

35 (2nd) UCSB, 1971

9. 34 (2nd) San Jose State, 2002

34 (2nd) California, 1982

Points in a Quarter - 1st

Points Opponent

1. 28 Idaho, 1968

2. 25 San Jose State, 1996

3. 24 UCLA, 2004

24 Northwestern, 1980

5. 22 Utah State, 1998

6. 21 Colorado, 2011

21 Hawai’i, 2011

21 Hawai'i, 2007

21 Arizona, 2001

21 Oregon State, 1999

21 Arizona, 1997

21 Oregon State, 1992

21 Toldeo, 1991

21 Washington St, 1988

21 Washington St, 1977

21 UCSB, 1971

21 Utah, 1959

Points in a Quarter - 2nd

Points Opponent

1. 30 Oregon State, 1989

2. 28 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

28 Oregon State, 1991

28 Arizona, 1980

5. 27 Arizona, 1991

27 BYU, 1986

7. 24 Oregon State, 1999

24 Wash. State, 1990

24 Ohio State, 1986

24 Oregon State, 1976

Points in a Quarter - 3rd

Points Opponent

1. 28 Indiana, 2003

28 Stanford, 1981

28 Oregon, 1974

4. 27 California, 1982

5. 25 Miami, 1994

6. 24 Stanford, 1978

7. 22 Washington State, 1976

8. 21 Syracuse, 2007

21 UCLA, 2000

21 Washington State, 1997

21 Oregon State, 1997

21 Oregon State, 1996

21 California, 1992

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21 Oregon State, 1981

21 California, 1977

21 UC Santa Barbara 1971

21 Oregon State, 1950

Points in a Quarter - 4th

Points Opponent

1. 30 UCLA, 1970

2. 28 Stanford, 1977

28 California, 1973

28 Illinois, 1971

5. 23 California, 2000

6. 22 Stanford, 2000

22 Colorado, 1989

8. 21 UCLA, 2007

21 Stanford, 1996

21 Arizona State, 1996

21 Washington State, 1991

21 Stanford, 1991

21 Washington State, 1990

21 San Diego State, 1982

21 Virginia, 1976

21 Stanford, 1976

21 Michigan State, 1970

Touchdowns

No. Opponent

1. 9 Oregon, 1974

9 UC Santa Barbara, 1971

9 Oregon, 1951

9 Montana, 1951

5. 8 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

8 Oregon State, 1981

8 UCLA, 1970

8 Navy, 1970

8 Pacific, 1960

8 Idaho, 1956

8 Washington State, 1950

PAT Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 9 Oregon, 1974

9 UC Santa Barbara, 1971

3. 8 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

8 Oregon State, 1981

8 Navy, 1970

8 Pacific, 1960

7. 7 Colorado, 2011

7 Idaho, 2001

7 California, 1973

7 Illinois, 1971

7 UCLA, 1970

PATs-Made

No. Opponent

1. 9 Oregon, 1974

9 UC Santa Barbara, 1971

3. 8 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

8 Oregon State, 1981

8 Navy, 1970

6. 7 Colorado, 2011

7 California, 1973

7 Illinois, 1971

7 UCLA, 1970

7 Pacific, 1960

Field Goals Made

No. Opponent

1. 5 Washington State, 2002

5 Houston, 1985

3. 4 nine times, most recent

at USC, 2010


Field Goals Attempted

No. Opponent

1. 8 Washington State, 2002

2. 5 Washington State, 2008

5 California, 2002

5 Houston, 1985

5 Oregon State, 1984

5 Northwestern, 1984

5 UCLA, 1977

8. 4 19 times,

most recent:

at Oregon, 2010

First Downs

Overall

No. Opponent

1. 36 Wyoming, 2002

2. 33 Stanford, 1999

33 Idaho, 1956

4. 32 Miami (Ohio), 1984

5. 31 Colorado, 2011

31 Stanford, 2007

31 UCLA, 2002

31 Oregon State, 2000

31 San Jose State, 1996

31 Nebraska, 1991

31 Michigan State, 1970

12. 30 Idaho, 2002

30 Oregon, 1999

30 Oregon, 1974

Fewest Overall

No. Opponent

1. 2 California, 1948

2. 3 Oregon, 1984

3. 5 Michigan, 1953

5 USC, 1952

5. 6 USC, 2004

6 Oregon, 1973

6 UCLA, 1967

6 Air Force, 1966

6 UCLA, 1956

10. 7 seven times,

most recent:

vs. Stanford, 2010

By Rushing

No. Opponent

1. 27 Idaho, 1956

2. 25 Oregon State, 1970

3. 24 San Jose State, 1996

24 Miami (Ohio), 1984

5. 23 Stanford, 2007

23 Washington State, 1956

6. 22 Oregon State, 1953

7. 21 Arizona State, 1990

21 UCLA, 1974

21 St. Mary’s, 1947

10. 20 Minnesota, 1976

20 Oregon, 1974

20 Idaho, 1960

Fewest by Rushing

No. Opponent

1. 0 UCLA, 2001

0 USC, 1989

3. 1 USC, 1988

1 Stanford, 1971

1 Michigan, 1970

1 California, 1948

7. 2 Arizona State, 1985

2 Oregon, 1984

2 Arizona State, 1975

2 Washington State, 1972

2 USC, 1970

By Passing

No. Opponent

1. 26 Wyoming, 2002

2. 20 Idaho, 2002

20 USC, 1970

4. 19 Arizona, 2001

5. 18 UCLA, 2002

18 Washington State, 2002

18 Washington State, 2001

18 Arizona State, 1989

9. 17 California, 2002

17 UCLA, 2001

17 Oregon State, 1970

Fewest by Passing

No. Opponent

1. 0 Stanford, 1967

0 California, 1964

0 Oregon, 1962

0 Oregon State, 1961

0 California, 1961

0 California, 1959

0 Oregon, 1957

0 Ohio State, 1957

0 Washington State, 1956

0 California, 1956

0 USC, 1956

0 Stanford, 1947

0 St. Mary’s, 1947

By Penalty

No. Opponent

1. 7 Nevada, 2003

2. 6 Oregon State, 2003

6 UCLA, 2002

6 Arizona State, 2002

6 UCLA, 2000

6 California, 2000

6 Oregon State, 1998

6 California, 1973

9. 5 Arizona State, 2009

5 Stanford, 2008

5 Oklahoma, 2008

5 USC, 2007

5 California, 2002

5 Wyoming, 2002

5 Washington State, 1991

5 Florida, '89 Freedom Bowl

Fewest by Penalty

No. Opponent

1. 0 Numerous times

Rushing

Rushing Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 80 Washington State, 1956

2. 77 St. Mary’s, 1947

3. 76 California, 1962

4. 74 Stanford, 1964

74 Idaho, 1956

6. 72 Oregon State, 1953

7. 71 Oregon, 1963

8. 70 Oregon, 1977

70 Oregon State, 1975

70 Oregon, 1974

Fewest Rushing Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 15 USC, 1989

2. 19 USC, 2002

3. 21 Oregon, 2006

4. 23 Notre Dame, 2008

5. 24 USC, 2011

24 Arizona, 2009

24 Ohio State, 2003

24 Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl

24 Oregon, 1995

9. 25 six times,

most recent:

vs. Stanford, 2010

Rushing Yards

No. Opponent

1. 559 San Jose State, 1996

2. 430 Idaho, 1956

3. 415 St. Mary’s, 1947

4. 413 Ohio State, 1966

5. 400 Washington State, 1950

6. 403 Oregon, 1951

7. 397 Virginia, 1976

8. 396 California, 1990

9. 388 Stanford, 2007

10. 378 Washington State, 1974

378 UCLA, 1962

Fewest Rushing Yards

No. Opponent

1. -13 Stanford, 1971

2. -11 Washington State, 1973

-11 Washington State, 1972

4. -8 UCLA, 2001

5. -5 USC, 2002

6. 7 Ohio State, 2003

7. 13 Oregon, 2006

8. 16 Oregon, 1995

9. 17 Notre Dame, 1949

10. 19 Stanford, 2010

19 Washington State, 2002

19 Oregon, 1989

Yards per Att. Average

No. Opponent

1. 13.3 (30-400) Washington St., 1950

2. 9.02 (62-559) San Jose St., 1996

3. 7.90 (30-236) Arizona State, 1992

4. 7.50 (42-315) Wash. St., 2010

5. 7.38 (40-295) Colorado, 2011

5. 7.36 (41-302) Syracuse, 2007

6. 7.33 (54-396) California, 1990

7. 7.23 (40-289) BYU, 1997

8. 7.13 (47-335) Nebraska, 1991

9. 7.03 (30-211) Arizona, 2000

Fewest Yards per Rushing Att.

No. Opponent

1. -0.50 (25/-13) Stanford, 1971

2. -0.44 (25/-11) Washington St., 1973

3. -0.36 (30/-11) Washington St., 1972

4. -0.29 (28/-8) UCLA, 2001

5. -0.26 (19/-5) USC, 2002

6. 0.29 (24/7) Ohio State, 2003

7. 0.50 (39/20) Michigan, 1970

8. 0.51 (37/19) Washington St., 2002

9. 0.67 (24/16) Oregon, 1995

10. 0.69 (26/18) Arizona State, 1985

Rushing Touchdowns

No. Opponent

1. 8 Oregon, 1951

2. 7 Oregon, 1974

7 Pacific, 1960

7 Montana, 1951

5. 6 Syracuse, 2007

6 San Jose State, 1996

6 UCLA, 1996

6 Miami (Ohio), 1984

6 Air Force, 1980

6 California, 1977

6 Kansas State, 1962

6 Idaho, 1956

6 Washington State, 1950

Passing

Pass Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 68 USC, 1998

2. 65 USC, 2002

3. 60 UCLA, 2002

4. 59 California, 2002

5. 58 Washington State, 2002

6. 57 USC, 1970

7. 54 Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl

54 Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl

9. 51 Arizona, 2003

10. 50 Purdue, 1971

50 Oregon State, 1970

Fewest Pass Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 2 California, 1964

2. 3 Oregon, 1962

3 UCLA, 1960

4. 4 Illinois, 1961

5. 5 12 times, most recent

vs. Oregon, 1976

Pass Completions

No. Opponent

1. 38 USC, 2002

2. 37 Wyoming, 2002

3. 35 Washington State, 2002

35 Arizona, 2002

35 USC, 1998

35 Maryland, 1982 Aloha Bowl

7. 31 Arizona, 2003

8. 30 Oregon State, 1970

30 USC, 1970

10. 29 UCLA, 2002

29 Arizona, 2001

Fewest Pass Completions

No. Opponent

1. 0 California, 1964

0 Oregon, 1962

0 Illinois, 1961

4. 1 eight times, most recent

vs. Oregon State, 1961

Pass Interceptions Thrown

No. Opponent

1. 8 UCLA, 1969

2. 7 Stanford, 1934

3. 6 Miami, 2001

6 Oregon, 1973

6 Oregon State, 1970

6 Stanford, 1953

7. 5 12 times, most recent

vs. California, 2006

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Passing Yards

No. Opponent

1. 455 Arizona, 2001

2. 438 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

438 Idaho, 2002

4. 436 Wyoming, 2002

5. 429 UCLA, 2002

6. 428 Arizona State, 1989

7. 409 UCLA, 1970

8. 399 California, 2002

9. 397 Purdue, 1971

10. 374 Kansas State, 1950

Fewest Passing Yards

No. Opponent

1. 0 California, 1964

0 Oregon, 1962

0 Illinois, 1961

0 California, 1948

5. 2 Oregon, 1957

6. 6 Stanford, 1967

6 Washington State, 1956

8. 8 California, 1961

9. 9 Oregon State, 1961

9 USC, 1956

Passing Touchdowns

No. Opponent

1. 6 UCLA, 1970

2. 5 Oregon State, 2010

5 California, 1973

5 Idaho, 1948

5. 4 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

4 Colorado, 2011

4 Nebraska, 2011

4 Hawai’i, 2011

4 Oregon, 2002

4 Washington State, 1997

4 San Diego State, 1997

4 Washington State, 1973

4 Navy, 1970

4 Kansas State, 1950

Yards per Attempt (Min. 15 Attempts)

No. Opponent

1. 13.70 (21-288) San Jose St., 1993

2. 13.60 (22-300) California, 1999

3. 12.89 (26-335) Air Force, 1980

4. 12.41 (17-211) Navy, 1970

5. 12.30 (29-356) UCLA, 1965

6. 12.12 (26-315) Hawai’i, 2011

7. 12.00 (24-288) BYU, 1997

8. 11.92 (24-286) California, 2009

9. 11.84 (37-438) Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

9. 11.68 (25-292) California, 2011

Fewest Yards per Attempt

(Minimum 15 Attempts)

No. Opponent

1. 0.70 (29-20) Oregon, 1973

2. 1.60 (15-24) USC, 1962

3. 1.65 (20-33) Air Force, 1966

4. 1.86 (22-41) USC, 1972

5. 2.03 (29-59) Wash. St., 1968

6. 2.11 (17-36) Oregon, 1984

7. 2.13 (16-34) Oregon State, 1955

8. 2.19 (46-21) Texas Tech, 1981

9. 2.25 (28-63) USC, 2004

10. 2.35 (17-40) USC, 1969

Yards per Completion

(Minimum 10 Completions)

No. Opponent

1. 30.0 (10-300) California, 1999

2. 27.4 (10-274) California, 1971

3. 22.5 (10-225) Northwestern, 1980

4. 22.1 (16-354) Wash. St., 1973

5. 20.9 (11-230) Oregon, 1965

6. 20.3 (18-366) California, 1973

7. 19.8 (17-336) Arizona, 2007

19.8 (15-297) California, 1974

8. 19.4 (15-291) Stanford, 2001

19.4 (22-213) Wash. St., 1972

10. 19.0 (23-438) Baylor, 2011 Alamo

Fewest Yards per Completion

(Minimum 10 Completions)

No. Opponent

1. 6.00 (17-102) EWU, 2011

2. 6.92 (13-90) USC, 2007

3. 7.10 (10-71) Arizona, 1984

4. 7.38 (13-96) UCLA, 1981

5. 7.47 (19-142) Wash. St, 1983

6. 7.50 (10-75) Oregon, 1981

7. 7.55 (18-136) Oregon, 1985

8. 7.75 (12-93) Ohio State, 1958

9. 8.07 (14-113) East Carolina, 1993

10. 8.33 (15-125) Oregon, 2006

Pass Completion Percentage

(Minimum 10 Completions)

No. Opponent

1. .857 (18-21) San Jose St., 1993

2. .833 (20-24) California, 2009

3. .818 (27-33) Michigan, 1983

4. .810 (17-21) Oregon, 1999

5. .800 (12-15) Oregon, 1949

6. .792 (19-24) BYU, 1997

7. .782 (18-23) Arizona, 1980

8. .769 (10-13) Notre Dame, 1995

9. .767 (23-30) Colorado, 2011

10. .760 (19-25) California, 2011

.760 (19-25) USC, 1997

.760 (19-25) UCLA, 1983

.760 (19-25) Stanford, 1950

Total Offense

Total Offense Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 98 USC, 1998

2. 97 Oregon State, 1953

3. 96 California, 1981

4. 95 Stanford, 2007

95 Washington State, 2002

6. 93 Wisconsin, 1992

93 Oregon State, 1982

93 Oregon, 1974

93 Purdue, 1971

10. 92 UCLA, 2002

92 Oregon, 1977

Fewest Total Offense Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 38 California, 1948

2. 42 Stanford, 2010

3. 43 Oregon State, 1966

43 Washington State, 1947

5. 44 USC, 1965

6. 45 Oregon, 1984

7. 46 Minnesota, 1961 Rose Bowl

8. 47 Arizona, 2009

47 Syracuse, 1973

47 Stanford, 1962

47 California, 1955

47 Baylor, 1955

Total Offensive Yards

No. Opponent

1. 734 San Jose State, 1996

2. 675 Washington State, 1950

3. 670 Stanford, 1999

4. 620 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

5. 618 Nebraska, 1991

6. 613 Idaho, 1956

7. 598 Michigan State, 1970

8. 597 California, 1990

9. 595 Kansas State, 1950

10. 592 Air Force, 1980

Fewest Total Offensive Yards

No. Opponent

1. 61 California, 1948

2. 66 Washington State, 1947

3. 84 UCLA, 1967

4. 102 Oregon, 1973

5. 105 Minnesota, 1957

105 Minnesota, 1948

7. 107 Stanford, 2010

8. 109 Oregon, 1984

9. 113 USC, 2004

10. 120 USC, 1981

120 USC, 1972

Total Offense Average per Att.

No. Opponent

1. 11.6 (58-675) Wash. St, 1950

2. 9.10 (82-734) San Jose St, 1996

3. 9.02 (64-577) BYU, 1997

4. 8.78 (65-571) Wash. St., 2010

5. 8.38 (74-620) Baylor, 2011 Alamo

5. 8.22 (72-592) Air Force, 1980

6. 8.03 (70-562) Colorado, 2011

7. 7.96 (55-438) Pacific, 1960

8. 7.89 (55-434) Stanford, 1963

9. 7.81 (69-539) Oregon State, 1992

Lowest Avg. per Attempt

No. Opponent

1. 1.47 (57-84) UCLA, 1967

2. 1.67 (61-102) Oregon, 1973

3. 1.86 (83-155) Wash. St, 1968

4. 1.93 (62-120) USC, 1972

5. 2.05 (55-113) USC, 2004

6. 2.20 (65-143) California, 1968

7. 2.23 (75-167) Oregon, 1969

8. 2.29 (54-124) Air Force, 1966

9. 2.30 (53-120) USC, 1981

10. 2.38 (71-169) Stanford, 1971

Punting

Punts

No. Opponent

1. 12 Arizona State, 1982

12 USC, 1975

12 Oregon State, 1969

4. 11 Stanford, 1971

11 Washington State, 1968

11 UCLA, 1967

11 UCLA, 1953

11 USC, 1953

11 Washington State, 1948

10. 10 16 times, most recent

vs. Oregon, 2010

Punt Yards

Yards Opponent

1. 540 Arizona State, 1982

2. 482 UCLA, 1967

3. 463 Washington State, 1968

4. 450 Stanford, 1971

5. 448 UCLA, 1982

6. 445 USC, 1975

7. 438 Nebraska, 2010

8. 432 San Jose State, 1990

9. 429 USC, 2004

10. 428 Oregon, 1966

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Punting Average (Minimum 4 Attempts)

No. Opponent

1. 52.2 (8-418) USC, 2011

2. 51.8 (4-207) Colorado, 1990

3. 51.6 (5-258) USC, 1993

4. 51.4 (5-257) BYU, 1999

5. 49.8 (5-249) Wash. St., 1990

6. 49.7 (7-348) California, 2001

7. 49.0 (5-245) California, 1974

49.0 (5-245) USC, 1956

9. 48.8 (6-293) Oregon, 2007

48.8 (5-244) UCLA, 2006

Punts Had Blocked

No. Opponent

1. 3 UCLA, 1953

2. 2 Stanford, 2004

2 Arizona, 2004

4. 1 Numerous times

Punt Returns

Punt Returns

No. Opponent

1. 9 BYU, 1998

9 Montana, 1951

3. 8 Utah State, 1998

8 Oregon, 1974

8 Oregon, 1972

8 Texas Christian, 1971

8 Air Force, 1967

8 UCLA, 1956

8 Utah, 1949

8 Washington State, 1947

Punt Return Yards

No. Opponent

1. 166 California, 1998

2. 153 Utah, 1949

3. 151 Texas Christian, 1971

4. 150 Kansas State, 1962

5. 149 Illinois, 1971

6. 140 Idaho, 2001

7. 134 Baylor, 1964

8. 131 Arizona State, 1990

131 USC, 1951

10. 130 Wisconsin, 1960 Rose Bowl

Punt Return yards Per Att. (Min. 4)

No. Opponent

1. 35.0 (4-140) Idaho, 2001

2. 26.2 (5-131) Arizona State, 1990

3. 25.3 (4-101) Oregon State, 2003

4. 23.7 (6-166) California, 1998

5. 22.3 (6-134) Baylor, 1964

6. 21.8 (6-131) USC, 1951

7. 21.4 (7-150) Kansas State, 1962

8. 20.8 (4-83) Iowa, 1982 Rose Bowl

9. 19.1 (8-153) Utah, 1949

10. 18.9 (8-151) TCU, 1971

Kickoff Returns

Kickoff Returns

No. Opponent

1. 12 Stanford, 2011

2. 10 UCLA, 1973

3. 9 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

9 Oregon State, 2009

9 UCLA, 1998

9 UCLA, 1987

9 California, 1974

9 Washington State, 1973

9 USC, 1973

9 California, 1973

9 Minnesota, 1957

9 California, 1953

9 Michigan, 1953


Kickoff Return Yards

No. Opponent

1. 285 Stanford, 2011

2. 258 UCLA, 1998

3. 213 California, 1974

4. 212 Minnesota, 1957

5. 207 UCLA, 1969

6. 206 Mississippi State, 1977

7. 193 Washington State, 2007

8. 190 Stanford, 1970

9. 188 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

188 Texas Christian, 1971

Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt

(Minimum 4 Returns)

No. Opponent

1. 38.0 (5-190) Stanford, 1970

2. 37.6 (5-188) TCU, 1971

3. 35.8 (5-179) Colorado, 1999

Holiday Bowl

4. 34.3 (6-206) Mississippi St., 1977

5. 33.3 (4-133) Arizona, 1997

6. 31.8 (5-159) California, 1970

7. 31.0 (5-155) Arizona, 2001

8. 30.0 (4-120) Hawai’i, 2011

9. 29.8 (4-119) California, 2000

10. 29.5 (6-177) Arizona, 2011

Kickoff Returns for TDs

No. Opponent

1. 2 Utah, 1959

2. 1 Numerous Times

Fumbles

Fumbles

No. Opponent

1. 11 Oregon, 1969

11 Idaho, 1955

3. 9 Alabama, 1975

9 Stanford, 1963

5. 8 Oregon State, 1974

8 California, 1956

8 USC, 1956

8 Notre Dame, 1948

9. 7 16 times, most recent

vs. Arizona State, 1999

Fumbles Lost

No. Opponent

1. 7 USC, 1956

2. 6 Arizona State, 1999

6 Navy, 1970

6 Oregon, 1969

6 California, 1956

6. 5 nine times, most recent

vs. Arizona State, 2000

Penalties

Penalties

No. Opponent

1. 18 Oregon State, 1976

2. 15 Idaho, 1968

3. 14 Washington State, 1997

14 Utah, 1949

5. 13 Notre Dame, 2009

13 California, 2000

13 California, 1998

13 Michigan State, 1997

Aloha Bowl

13 Washington State, 1993

13 Arizona State, 1991

13 Oregon, 1991

13 Colorado, 1985 Freedom Bowl

13 Oregon State, 1970

13 Wisconsin, 1967

Fewest Penalties

No. Opponent

1. 0 Washington State, 1960

0 Stanford, 1948

3. 1 14 times, most recent

vs. Wyoming, 2002

Penalty Yards

No. Opponent

1. 163 California, 1959

2. 156 Oregon State, 1976

3. 155 Idaho, 1968

4. 146 Virginia, 1976

5. 143 Washington State, 1997

143 Washington State, 1970

7. 140 Illinois, 1971

8. 136 Washington State, 1993

136 Purdue, 1972

10. 135 California, 1999

135 California, 1998

Fewest Penalty Yards

No. Opponent

1. 0 Washington State, 1960

0 Stanford, 1948

3. 5 Oregon State, 1959

5 Illinois, 1950

5 UCLA, 1948

6. 8 Oklahoma, 2008

8 Oregon State, 1981

8. 9 California, 2006

9. 10 California, 2009

10 Washington State, 1985

10 USC, 1984

10 Air Force, 1966

10 Oregon, 1962

10 Oregon State, 1960

10 UCLA, 1960

10 Minnesota, 1957

10 Oregon, 1951

DEFENSE

First Downs

Fewest Allowed

No. Opponent

1. 2 Oregon, 1974

2. 3 Montana, 1951

3 Washington State, 1947

4. 4 USC, 1953

4 Oregon State, 1953

4 Utah, 1949

7. 6 Oregon State, 1991

6 UCLA, 1956

6 Idaho, 1955

6 Oregon State, 1952

Fewest Allowed by Rushing

No. Opponent

1. 0 UTEP, 1982

0 Pacific, 1960

0 Oregon State, 1953

4. 1 Stanford, 2006

1 USC, 2002

1 Arizona State, 1988

1 Arizona State, 1987

1 East Carolina, 1993

1 BYU, 1986

1 Oregon, 1984

1 Oregon, 1964

1 Oregon, 1951

Fewest Allowed by Passing

No. Opponent

1. 0 Oregon State, 1992

0 Oregon State, 1991

0 Miami (OH), 1984

0 Indiana, 1978

0 USC, 1975

0 Oregon, 1974

0 Purdue, 1972

0 Ohio State, 1958

0 Colorado, 1957

0 USC, 1956

0 UCLA, 1955

0 Montana, 1951

0 Notre Dame, 1948

0 Washington State, 1947

0 Washington State, 1947

Fewest by Penalty

No. Opponent

1. 0 Numerous Times

Total Offense

Fewest Total Offense Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 37 Oregon State, 1953

2. 42 Arizona State, 1987

3. 44 UCLA, 1962

44 California, 1952

5. 45 USC, 1953

6. 46 USC, 1960

46 Washington State, 1955

8. 48 LSU, 2009

48 Oregon, 1991

48 UCLA, 1959

Fewest Total Offensive Yards

No. Opponent

1. 42 Montana, 1951

2. 55 Oregon, 1974

3. 83 Oregon State, 1991

4. 87 California, 1959

5. 97 Oregon, 1977

97 USC, 1953

7. 102 UC Santa Barbara, 1971

102 Washington State, 1964

9. 103 East Carolina, 1993

10. 112 Oregon, 1983

Lowest Average per Attempt

No. Opponent

1. 0.78 (54-42) Montana, 1951

2. 1.00 (55-55) Oregon, 1974

3. 1.51 (55-83) Oregon State, 1991

4. 1.55 (56-89) California, 1959

5. 1.67 (58-97) Oregon, 1977

6. 1.68 (68-114) Oregon, 1968

7. 1.78 (58-103) East Carolina, 1993

8. 1.82 (56-102) UCSB, 1971

9. 1.88 (63-119) Kansas, 1978

10. 1.90 (80-154) Oregon State, 1984

Rushing

Fewest Rushing Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 17 Eastern Washington, 2011

2. 19 Arizona, 2011

3. 20 Oregon, 1999

20 Oregon State, 1987

5. 21 UCLA, 1964

21 Oregon State, 1953

7. 22 Hawai’i, 2011

22 Arizona State, 1990

22 Oregon State, 1986

22 Northwestern, 1983

Fewest Rushing Yards

No. Opponent

1. -50 Pacific, 1981

2. -45 BYU, 1986

3. -26 Wisconsin, 1967

4. -17 Kansas State, 1991

5. -16 Oregon State, 1987

6. -14 USC, 1996

7. -11 Washington State, 1990

8. -11 Baylor, 1964

9. -7 Arizona, 2006

-7 San Diego State, 1997

Lowest Average per Attempt

(Min. 20 Attempts)

No. Opponent

1. -1.88 (24/-45) BYU, 1986

2. -1.60 (31/-50) Pacific, 1981

3. -0.80 (20/-16) Oregon State, 1987

4. -0.79 (33-26) Wisconsin, 1967

5. -0.56 (30/-17) Kansas State, 1991

6. -0.47 (30/-14) USC, 1996

7. -0.40 (26/-11) Baylor, 1964

8. -0.39 (28/-11) Wash. St, 1990

9. -0.29 (24/-7) Arizona, 2006

9. -0.27 (26/-7) San Diego St, 1997

10. -0.07 (27/-2) Oregon, 1983

-0.07 (27/-2) Wash. St, 1956

Passing

Fewest Pass Attempts

No. Opponent

1. 2 California, 1965

2. 3 Colorado, 1989

3 Indiana, 1978

3 USC, 1975

3 Ohio State, 1958

6. 4 Oregon State, 1991

4 UCLA, 1978

4 Oregon State, 1956

9. 5 Oregon State, 1994

5 UCLA, 1955

5 Notre Dame, 1948

Fewest Pass Completions

No. Opponent

1. 0 Oregon State, 1991

0 Indiana, 1978

3. 1 Oregon State, 1992

1 UCLA, 1978

1 USC, 1975

1 Purdue, 1972

1 California, 1965

1 USC, 1956

1 Montana, 1951

1 Washington State, 1947

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Fewest Passing Yards

No. Opponent

1. 0 Oregon State, 1991

0 Indiana, 1978

3. 2 Colorado, 1957

2 Washington State, 1947

5. 3 Purdue, 1972

3 California, 1965

7. 9 Oregon State, 1992

9 USC, 1975

9 USC, 1956

9 UCLA, 1955

9 Montana, 1951

Lowest Average per Attempt

(Min. 15 Attempts)

Yards Opponent

1. 1.00 (15-15) Oregon State, 1975

2. 1.50 (20-30) Wash. St., 1972

3. 1.88 (25-47) Kansas, 1978

4. 2.04 (21-43) Wash. St, 1959

5. 2.14 (22-47) Utah, 1959

6. 2.31 (16-37) Arizona State, 1979

7. 2.42 (19-46) UCLA, 1971

2.42 (19-46) UCLA, 1971

9. 2.46 (37-15) Texas, 1979 Sun Bowl

10. 2.53 (38-96) Navy, 1970

2.60 (28-73) Oregon State, 1950

Lowest Avg. per Completion

(Min. 10 Completions)

Yards Opponent

1. 4.63 (19-88) Stanford, 2010

2. 6.38 (21-134) Oregon, 2004

3. 6.70 (10-67) Wash. St., 1963

4. 7.15 (13-93) Oregon, 1986

5. 7.33 (18-132) Northwestern, 1984

6. 7.39 (13-96) Navy, 1970

7. 7.66 (18-138) Oregon, 2006

8. 7.68 (25-192) Stanford, 1985

9. 8.06 (17-137) Stanford, 2007

10. 8.06 (16-129) Stanford, 1958

Fumbles

Forced Fumbles

No. Opponent

1. 10 Oregon State, 1959

2. 9 USC, 1953

3. 8 Utah State, 1998

8 Texas Tech, 1981

8 Air Force, 1980

8 Hawai’i, 1973

8 Oregon, 1968

8. 7 15 times, most recent

Oregon State, 1991

Fumbles Recovered

No. Opponent

1. 5 Arizona, 1991

5 Texas Tech, 1981

5 Oregon, 1977

5 Texas A&M, 1974

5 Stanford, 1956

5 Oregon, 1956

5 Oregon State, 1950

5 California, 1952

Interceptions

Interception Returns

No. Opponent

1. 9 Oregon, 1952

2. 8 Idaho, 1968

3. 6 Oregon, 1993

6 California, 1986

6 Washington State, 1978

6 Washington State, 1978

6 California, 1972

6 Wisconsin, 1968

6 California, 1962

10. 5 eight times, most recent

Washington State, 2003

Interception Return Yards

Yards Opponent

1. 213 Oregon, 1952

2. 148 Stanford, 1968

3. 123 Washington State, 1991

4. 122 Michigan State,

1997 Aloha Bowl

5. 121 Idaho, 1968

6. 120 Washington State, 1975

7. 100 Illinois, 1972

8. 98 California, 1948

9. 96 Arizona, 1984

10. 95 Washington State, 1970

Int. Returns for Touchdowns

No. Opponent

1. 2 Oregon State, 2002

2 Oregon State, 1999

2 Michigan State,

1997 Aloha Bowl

2 Stanford, 1978

2 Utah, 1959

6. 1 Numerous Times

Tackles

Sacks

No. Opponent

1. 13 California, 1998

13 Utah State, 1998

3. 10 BYU, 1986

4. 8 Wyoming, 2002

8 BYU, 1996

8 Arizona, 1991

8 Kansas State, 1991

8. 7 Washington State, 2011

7 Syracuse, 2007

7 Oregon, 2003

7 Oregon State, 2003

7 Stanford, 1993

7 Washington State, 1991

7 Washington State, 1990

7 Stanford, 1990

Tackles for Lost Yardage

Yards Opponent

1. 118 California, 1972

2. 102 Syracuse, 1973

3. 97 Washington State, 1990

4. 89 Pacific, 1981

5. 88 California, 1985

6. 87 BYU, 1986

7. 86 Washington State, 1964

8. 83 UCLA, 1969

83 UCLA, 1958

10. 82 California, 1964

Blocked Punts

Punts Blocked

No. Opponent

1. 3 UCLA, 1953

2. 1 Numerous Times

Single-Season Offense

Miscellaneous

Wins – 12 in 1991

Fewest Wins – 0 in 2008

Rushing

Rushing Yards – 2,715 in 1990

Rushing Yards Per Game – 268.8 in 1956

Rushing Attempts – 598 in 1962

Rushing Attempts per Game – 59.8 in 1962

Fewest Rushing Attempts – 351 in 1940 (9 games); 390 in 2009 (12 games)

Rushing Yards Per Attempt – 4.9 in 1991; 4.9 in 2007

Rushing Touchdowns – 34 in 1991

Fewest Rushing Yards – 906 in 1939

Rushing Average per Game – 268.8 in 1956

Lowest Rushing Yards per Game – 74.5 in 2002

Passing

Pass Attempts – 621 in 2002

Pass Attempts per Game – 47.7 in 2002

Fewest Pass Attempts – 78 in 1956 (10 games); 196 in 1976 (11 games)

Pass Completions – 372 in 2002

Pass Completions per Game – 28.6 in 2002

Fewest Pass Completions – 28 in 1961 (10 games); 87 in 1976 (11 games)

Passing Yards – 4,501 in 2002

Fewest Passing Yards –388 in 1941 (9 games); 1,181 in 1976 (11 games)

Passing Yards Per Game – 346.2 in 2002

Lowest Average Passing Yards Per Game – 43.1 in 1941

Touchdown Passes – 36 in 2011

Fewest Touchdown Passes – 6 in 2008

Completion Percentage – .688 (217 for 325) in 1983

Lowest Pass Completion Percentage – .146 in 1944

Average Passing Yards Per Attempt (min. 125 att.) – 9.06 in 1997 (308 att., 2790 yds.)

Average Passing Yards Per Completion (min. 75 completions) – 17.14 in

1971 (152 comp., 2606 yds.)

Passed Had Intercepted – 31 in 1973

Fewest Passes Had Intercepted – 4 in 1963

Scoring

Points – 480 in 1925 (all-time); 461 in 1991 (modern)

Fewest Points Scored – 68 in 1938

Points Per Game – 41.9 in 1991 (all-time and modern)

Fewest Points Allowed – 6 in 1909 (all-time); 73 in 1959 (modern)

Fewest Points Allowed Per Game – 0.9 in 1904 (all-time); 6.6 in 1959 (modern)

Touchdowns – 63 in 1991

Fewest Touchdowns Scored – 10 in 1938

Field Goals – 25 in 1982

Fewest Field Goals – 0 in 1950; 0 in 1951; 0 in 1957

Field Goal Attempts – 34 in 2002

Fewest Field Goal Attempts – 0 in 1950; 0 in 1951

Extra Points – 57 in 2011

Fewest Extra Points – 5 in 1938

Extra Point Attempts – 58 in 1991

Fewest Extra Point Attempts – 10 in 1938

Two-Point Conversions – 5 in 1970 and 1995

Two-Point Conversion Attempts – 9 in 1961

First Downs

First Downs – 266 in 1991 (11 games); 324 in 2002 (13 games)

Fewest First Downs – 125 in 1967 (10 games); 156 in 1975 (11 games)

Rushing First Downs – 144 in 1962

Fewest Rushing First Downs – 69 in 1970 (10 games); 74 in 1992, 2004 (11

games); 78 in 2002 (13 games)

Passing First Downs – 138 in 2001 (11 games); 207 in 2002 (13 games)

Fewest Passing First Downs – 17 in 1957 (10 games); 54 in 1976 & ’75 (11 games)

Penalty First Downs – 28 in 1998 (11 gms); 38 in 2003 (12 gms); 39 in 2002 (13 gms)

Fewest First Downs by Penalty – 10 in 1971

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Total Offense

Total Offensive Attempts – 885 in 1982 (11 games); 949 in 2003 (12 games);

1,075 in 2002 (13 games)

Fewest Offensive Attempts – 464 in 1940 (9 games); 755 in 1988 (11 games)

Total Offensive Yards – 5,191 in 1991 (11 games); 5,469 in 2002 (13 games)

Fewest Total Offensive Yards – 1663 in 1939 (9 games); 2947 in 1975 (11 games)

Most Yards Per Game – 471.9 in 1991 (11 games); 428.7 in 2002 (13 games)

Lowest Yards Per Game – 143.1 in 1938

Total Offensive Attempts Per Game – 80.45 in 1982 (11 games); 82.7 in 2002 (13 games)

Punt Returns

Punt Returns –105 in 1938

Fewest Punt Returns – 11 in 2009

Punt Return Yards – 717 in 1971

Fewest Punt Return Yards – 96 in 2004

Punt Return Yards Per Attempt – 15.9 in 1971 (45 att., 717 yds.)

Lowest Punt Return Yards Per Attempt – 4.4 in 2008 (11 att., 52 yds.)

Punt Return Yards Per Game – 65.2 in 1971

Punt Returns for Touchdowns – 3 in 1990, 1980, 1979 & 1971

Kickoff Returns

Kickoff Returns – 75 in 2011

Fewest Kickoff Returns – 10 in 1943

Kickoff Return Yards – 1,751 in 2011

Fewest Kickoff Return Yards – 256 in 1983

Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt – 27.6 in 1940 (17 att., 469 yds.)

Lowest Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt – 14.6 in 1954

Kickoff Return Yards Per Game – 134.7 in 2011 (1,751 yds., 13 games)

Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns – 2 in 1979 & ’70

Punting

Punts – 87 in 1940

Fewest Punts – 33 in 1944 (8 games); 41 in 1960 (10 games); 47 in 1986

(11 games); 52 in 2011 (13 games)

Punting Average – 43.7 in 2010

Lowest Punting Average – 32.0 in 1955

Punting Yards – 3,402 in 1940

Fewest Punting Yards – 1,088 in 1944

Punts Had Blocked – 6 in 1939; 6 in 1953

Penalties

Penalties – 93 in 1998

Fewest Penalties – 20 in 1938 (9 games); 48 in 1977 (11 games); 60 in 2006 (12 games);

79 in 2002 (13 games)

Penalty Yards – 930 in 1971

Fewest Penalty Yards – 109 in 1939 (9 games); 451 in 1989 (11 games); 508 in 2006 (12

games); 613 in 2007 (13 games)

Fewest Penalty Yards Per Game – 12.1 in 1939

Fumbles

Fumbles – 54 in 1974

Fewest Fumbles – 11 in 2011

Fumbles Lost – 66 in 1950

Fewest Fumbles Lost – 2 in 1941 (9 games); 6 in 1990 (11 games); 6 in 2006 (12 games);

9 in 2011 (13 games)

Single-Season Defense

Rushing Defense

Fewest Rushing Attempts – 346 in 1964 (10 games); 387 in 1999 (11 games);

379 in 2011 (12 games); 447 in 2002 (13 games)

Fewest Rushing Yards – 504 in 1937 (9 games); 735 in 1990 (11 games);

1,270 in 2002 (13 games)

Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Per Game – 50.4 in 1937 (9 games)

Most Rushing Yards Lost – 606 in 1990

Fewest Rushing Yards Per Attempt – 1.875 in 1990

Pass Defense

Fewest Pass Attempts – 119 in 1955 (10 games); 187 in 1975 (11 games)

Fewest Pass Completions – 41 in 1942 (10 games); 87 in 1976 (11 games)

Fewest Passing Yards – 547 in 1940 (9 games); 1181 in 1976 (11 games)

Lowest Completion Percentage – .198 in 1942 (41 of 129)

Fewest Passing Touchdowns Allowed – 1 in 1959 (10 games); 5 in 1972

(11 games)

Fewest Passing Yards Per Game – 49.9 in 1938

Interceptions

Interceptions – 30 in 1968

Fewest Interceptions – 5 in 1998

Interception Yards – 478 in 1968

Interception Yards Per Return – 21.1 in 2009 (8 INT for 169 yds.)

Interception Returns for Touchdowns – 5 in 1970

Fewest Interception Yards – 18 in 1998

Total Defense

Fewest Total Offensive Yards – 1,166 in 1937 (10 games); 2,608 in 1991

(11 games)

Fewest Total Offensive Attempts Allowed – 537 in 1942 (10 games); 715 in

1996 (11 games)

Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed Per Game – 116.6 in 1937

(1,166 yds., 10 games)

Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed Per Attempt – 1.99 in 1937

First Downs

Fewest First Downs – 72 in 1937 (9 games); 112 in 1947 (10 games); 150

in 1991 (11 games)

Fewest Rushing First Downs Allowed – 42 in 1964 (10 games); 57 in 1991

(11 games); 75 in 2002 (13 games)

Fewest Passing First Downs Allowed – 29 in 1955 (10 games); 48 in 1975

(11 games)

Fewest First Downs by Penalty – 1 in 1954

Scoring

Fewest Points Allowed – 54 in 1940 & ’45 (9 games); 101 in 1991 (11 games)

Fumbles

Most Fumbles – 51 in 1980

Most Fumbles Lost – 24 in 1980 & 1984

Punt Returns

Fewest Punt Returns – 14 in 1983

Fewest Punt Return Yards – 30 in 1964 (10 games); 149 in 1995 (11 games); 89 in

2003 (12 games); 87 in 2011 (13 games)

Kickoff Returns

Fewest Kickoff Returns – 15 in 1985

Fewest Kickoff Return Yards – 279 in 1985

Punting

Most Opponent Punts – 105 in 1938

Most Opponent Punts Blocked – 5 in 1981

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Miscellaneous

Most Wins

Year No.

1. 1991 12-0

2. 1984 11-1

2000 11-1

4. 1990 10-2

1982 10-2

1977 10-2

1979 10-2

1981 10-2

1960 10-1

10. 1959 10-1

Fewest Wins

Year No.

1. 2008 0-12

2004 1-10

1969 1-9

4. 1973 2-9

1954 2-8

1948 2-7-1

7. 1949 3-7

1958 3-7

1951 3-6-1

1953 3-6-1

1957 3-6-1

1947 3-6

1968 3-5-2

1938 3-5-1

Scoring

Touchdowns Scored

Year No.

1. 1991 63

2. 2011 57

3. 1990 51

4. 1996 50

5. 1997 49

1971 49

7. 2007 48

2002 48

9. 1986 46

2000 46

Fewest TD’s Scored

Year No.

1. 1938 10

2. 1954 11

1939 11

4. 1948 13

5. 1945 14

6. 1947 15

1967 15

1958 15

9. 1969 16

1942 16

PATs Attempted

Year No.

1. 1991 58

2. 2011 57

3. 1990 48

4. 2007 46

1997 46

1971 46

2000 46

8. 1996 45

1944 45

10. 2002 44

1986 44

Fewest PAT Attempts

Year No.

1. 1938 10

2. 1939 11

1954 11

4. 1948 13

1958 13

6. 1969 14

1945 14

8. 1947 15

9. 2004 16

1942 16

PATs Made

Year No.

1. 2011 57

2. 1991 51

3. 1990 48

4. 2007 45

5. 1986 43

6. 2002 42

1997 42

8. 1971 41

9. 2000 40

1996 40

Fewest PATs Made

Year No.

1. 1938 5

2. 1939 6

3. 1945 7

4. 1947 8

5. 1954 9

1958 9

7. 1948 11

8. 1942 12

10. 1957 12

Field Goal Attempts

Year No.

1. 2002 34

2. 1984 28

3. 1980 26

1982 26

1983 26

6. 1994 25

7. 1993 24

1985 24

9. 2001 22

1977 22

1978 22

Fewest Field Goal Att.

Year No.

1. 1950 0

1951 0

3. 1939 1

1957 1

1946 1

6. 1938 2

1954 2

1955 2

1956 2

10. 1937 3

1965 3

Field Goals Made

Year No.

1. 1982 25

2. 2002 22

1984 22

4. 1985 21

5. 1983 20

6. 2009 18

1994 18

1980 18

9. 1986 17

10. 1998 16

1993 16

1981 16

Fewest Field Goals Made

Year No.

1. 1957 0

1951 0

1950 0

4. 1969 1

1965 1

1958 1

1956 1

1954 1

1952 1

1949 1

1946 1

1942 1

1939 1

1938 1

1937 1

Points Scored

Year No.

1. 1991 461

2. 2011 434

3. 2002 398

4. 1990 394

5. 1984 384

6. 2007 380

7. 1986 372

8. 1996 370

9. 1997 369

10. 1971 357

Fewest Points Scored

Year No.

1. 1938 68

2. 1939 77

3. 1954 78

4. 1948 89

5. 1945 91

6. 1947 98

7. 1958 102

8. 1942 113

9. 1969 116

10. 1961 119

Rushing

Rushing Attempts

Year No.

1. 1962 598

2. 1976 585

3. 1956 583

4. 1977 580

5. 1978 571

6. 1982 568

7. 1964 557

8. 1968 555

9. 1963 552

10. 1957 550

Fewest Rushing Attempts

Year No.

1. 1943 259

2. 1940 351

3. 1939 356

4. 1970 374

5. 2005 380

6. 1938 389

7. 2009 390

8. 1954 393

9. 1998 400

10. 2006 402

Rushing Yards

Year Yards

1. 1990 2,715

2. 1956 2,688

3. 2007 2,640

4. 1976 2,568

5. 1991 2,551

6. 1962 2,514

7. 1977 2,428

8. 1996 2,408

9. 1978 2,376

10. 2000 2,329

Fewest Rushing Yards

Year Yards

1. 1939 906

2. 2002 968

3. 1954 1,089

4. 1972 1,191

5. 2008 1,192

6. 1938 1,212

7. 1970 1,228

8. 2001 1,229

9. 1948 1,275

10. 1945 1,276

Rushing Avg. Per Game

Year Avg.

1. 1956 268.8

2. 1944 266.0

3. 1943 258.4

4. 1962 251.4

5. 1990 246.8

6. 1976 233.5

7. 1991 231.9

8. 1977 220.7

9. 1996 218.9

10. 1960 218.6

Lowest Rushing Yards per

Game

Year Avg.

1. 2002 74.5

2. 2008 99.3

3. 1939 100.7

4. 1972 108.3

5. 1954 108.9

6. 2001 111.7

7. 2003 119.5

8. 2004 120.2

9. 1989 125.7

10. 1948 127.5

Passing

Passing Attempts

Year No.

1. 2002 621

2. 2003 485

3. 1970 415

4. 2011 406

5. 2004 401

1998 401

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7. 2009 396

8. 2001 389

9. 2007 385

10. 1989 377

Fewest Passing Attempts

Year No.

1. 1943 76

2. 1956 78

3. 1944 89

4. 1957 92

1961 92

6. 1962 96

7. 1941 98

8. 1945 105

1942 105

10. 1960 106

Pass Completions

Year No.

1. 2002 372

2. 2003 270

3. 2011 267

4. 2009 231

5. 1983 217

6. 2001 214

1989 214

8. 1970 213

9. 1998 209

10. 2010 205

Fewest Pass Completions

Year No.

1. 1943 21

2. 1961 28

3. 1956 30

4. 1957 31

1937 31

1938 31

7. 1941 33

8. 1944 35

9. 1945 37

1942 37

1940 37

Interceptions Thrown

Year No.

1. 1973 31

2. 1970 26

1972 26

4. 1938 25

5. 2004 24

1971 24

1969 24

8. 1952 21

1951 21

10. 1974 20

1966 20

1958 20

1940 20

Fewest Interceptions

Thrown

Year No.

1. 1943 4

1963 4

3. 1955 6

1996 6

1995 6

6. 1956 7

1959 7


1977 7

1992 7

10. 1957 8

1975 8

1990 8

1983 8

Passing Yards

Year Yards

1. 2002 4,501

2. 2011 3,322

3. 2003 3,236

4. 2001 3,074

5. 2009 2,838

6. 1997 2,790

7. 1970 2,721

8. 1991 2,640

9. 1989 2,626

10. 1971 2,606

Fewest Passing Yards

Year Yards

1. 1943 368

2. 1941 388

3. 1944 438

4. 1957 461

5. 1947 497

6. 1942 499

7. 1961 513

8. 1938 526

9. 1937 560

10. 1945 564

Passing Touchdowns

Year No.

1. 2011 36

2. 2002 28

3. 1997 26

1991 26

5. 1986 22

1970 22

7. 2009 21

8. 2010 19

2006 19

10. 2007 18

1982 18

1973 18

1971 18

Fewest Passing TDs

Year No.

1. 2008 6

2004 8

3. 1993 10

1981 10

5. 1992 11

1988 11

1987 11

1983 11

1978 11

1977 11

1974 11

Average Passing Yards

Per Game

Year Avg.

1. 2002 346.2

2. 2001 279.5

3. 1970 272.1

4. 2003 269.7

5. 2011 255.5

6. 1997 253.6

7. 1991 240.0

8. 1989 238.7

9. 1971 236.9

10. 2009 236.5

Lowest Passing Average

per Game

Year Avg.

1. 1941 43.1

2. 1957 46.1

3. 1942 49.9

4. 1961 51.3

5. 1944 54.6

6. 1947 55.2

7. 1937 56.0

8. 1938 58.4

9. 1945 62.7

10. 1962 64.2

Pass Completion

Percentage

Year Pct.

1. 1983 .668

2. 2011 .658

3. 1995 .632

4. 1991 .602

5. 2002 .599

1992 .599

7. 1997 .594

8. 2009 .583

1986 .583

1985 .583

Lowest Pass Completion

Percentage

Year Pct.

1. 1944 .146

2. 1938 .272

3. 1943 .276

4. 1947 .288

5. 1937 .290

6. 1961 .304

7. 1940 .327

8. 1968 .329

9. 1941 .337

1957 .337

Total Offense

Total Offensive Plays

Year No.

1. 2002 1,075

2. 2003 949

3. 2007 922

4. 1982 885

5. 1991 861

6. 2011 858

7. 1971 837

8. 1996 828

9. 1983 823

10. 1993 818

Fewest Total Offensive

Plays

Year No.

1. 1943 355

2. 1940 464

3. 1938 503

4. 1939 505

5. 1944 541

6. 1946 547

7. 1941 549

8. 1942 575

9. 1948 592

10. 1958 600

Total Offensive Yards

Year Yards

1. 2002 5,469

2. 2011 5,328

3. 1991 5,191

4. 2007 5,126

5. 2003 4,670

6. 1997 4,564

7. 1996 4,527

8. 2009 4,506

9. 1990 4,499

10. 2000 4,487

Fewest Total Offensive

Yards

Year Yards

1. 1943 1,660

2. 1939 1,663

3. 1938 1,738

4. 1945 1,840

5. 1941 1,910

6. 1947 2,019

7. 1940 2,042

8. 1942 2,064

9. 1958 2,198

10. 1948 2,254

Total Offense Avg. per

Game

Year Avg.

1. 1991 471.9

2. 2002 420.7

3. 1997 414.9

4. 1950 411.6

5. 1996 411.5

6. 2011 409.8

7. 1990 409.0

8. 2000 407.9

9. 1983 396.8

10. 1999 396.6

Lowest Total Offense Avg.

per Game

Year Avg.

1. 1938 143.1

2. 1939 184.8

3. 1945 204.4

4. 1942 206.4

5. 1941 212.2

6. 1958 219.8

7. 1947 224.3

8. 1948 225.4

9. 1940 226.9

10. 1954 244.9

First Downs

Total First Downs

Year No.

1. 2002 324

2. 2011 274

3. 2003 271

4. 1991 266

5. 2007 253

6. 2009 244

7. 2000 241

8. 2010 240

9. 1982 234

1999 234

Fewest First Downs

Year No.

1. 1938 75

2. 1940 76

3. 1939 84

4. 1945 90

5. 1941 93

6. 1947 102

7. 1937 104

8. 1944 106

9. 1948 112

10. 1958 118

First Downs by Rushing

Year No.

1. 1962 144

2. 2007 139

3. 1956 130

4. 1990 129

5. 1991 128

6. 1983 127

7. 1987 126

8. 1976 125

9. 1996 124

1963 124

Fewest First Downs by

Rushing

Year No.

1. 1954 65

2. 1970 69

3. 2004 74

2001 74

1972 74

6. 2002 78

7. 1953 79

8. 1958 80

1973 80

10. 2006 81

1951 81

First Downs by Passing

Year No.

1. 2002 207

2. 2011 148

3. 2003 143

4. 2001 138

5. 1970 127

6. 2009 123

1991 123

8. 1995 115

9. 1999 114

1989 114

Fewest First Downs by

Passing

Year No.

1. 1957 17

2. 1956 20

3. 1961 21

4. 1955 24

5. 1962 31

6. 1967 33

7. 1958 35

8. 1968 39

1964 39

10. 1959 40

1969 40

First Downs by Penalty

Year No.

1. 2002 39

2. 2003 38

3. 1998 28

4. 2008 25

2000 25

6. 1993 24

7. 2011 23

2009 23

9. 2004 22

10. 2010 21

Fewest First Downs by

Penalty

Year No.

1. 1971 10

2. 1999 11

1985 11

1969 11

1968 11

6. 2006 12

1984 12

1974 12

1973 12

9. 1977 13

1975 13

Fumbles

Fumbles

Year No.

1. 1974 54

2. 1956 46

1969 46

1957 46

1975 46

6. 1972 44

1945 44

8. 1973 42

9. 1963 40

1957 40

Fewest Fumbles

Year No.

1. 2011 13

2009 13

1997 13

4. 1992 16

5. 2010 17

1966 17

1982 17

1998 17

1991 17

10. 1944 19

1990 19

Fumbles Lost

Year No.

1. 1950 66

2. 1972 30

3. 1956 29

4. 1969 25

1957 25

1945 25

1973 25

8. 1974 23

9. 1954 22

1953 22

Fewest Fumbles Lost

Year No.

1. 1941 2

2. 1990 6

3. 1997 7

1940 7

5. 2010 8

2009 8

1998 8

1991 8

1985 8

91


Penalties

Penalties

Year No.

1. 1998 93

2. 2003 92

3. 2001 92

4. 1999 89

1971 89

6. 1997 86

7. 1993 85

8. 2010 83

2009 83

2000 83

1991 83

Fewest Penalties

Year No.

1. 1939 20

2. 1938 25

3. 1941 28

4. 1940 31

1944 31

6. 1937 32

7. 1946 37

8. 1966 39

9. 1961 43

10. 1969 44

Penalty Yards

Year Yards

1. 1971 930

2. 1998 863

3. 1993 831

4. 1974 788

5. 2011 773

6. 1997 772

7. 2001 767

8. 1999 750

9. 1991 749

10. 2003 748

Fewest Penalty Yards

Year Yards

1. 1939 109

2. 1938 174

3. 1948 200

4. 1941 206

5. 1945 215

6. 1940 220

7. 1944 239

8. 1937 275

9. 1947 344

10. 1946 365

Punts

Punts

Year No.

1. 1940 87

2. 1938 86

3. 1941 85

4. 1937 83

5. 1942 81

6. 2010 76

1975 76

1939 76

9. 2006 74

10. 2007 73

Fewest Punts

Year No.

1. 1943 22

2. 1944 33

3. 1960 41

4. 1963 45

1962 45

1956 45

7. 1965 46

1950 46

1949 46

10. 1986 47

1964 47

1951 47

Punting Yards

Year Yards

1. 1940 3,402

2. 1938 3,367

3. 2010 3,321

4. 2006 3,120

5. 1942 3,008

6. 1939 2,993

7. 1975 2,981

8. 2003 2,972

9. 1973 2,964

10. 2007 2,924

Fewest Punting Yards

Year Yards

1. 1943 700

2. 1944 1,088

3. 1960 1,509

4. 1950 1,560

5. 1956 1,564

6. 1955 1,569

7. 1949 1,604

8. 1951 1,633

9. 1963 1,672

10. 1962 1,674

Punts Had Blocked

Year No.

1. 1939 6

1953 6

3. 2004 5

2001 5

5. 1937 4

6. 1941 3

1982 3

1987 3

9. 2011 2

2007 2

2006 2

1998 2

1997 2

1990 2

1985 2

1978 2

1976 2

1957 2

1949 2

1938 2

Punting Average

Year No.

1. 2010 43.7

2. 2011 43.5

3. 1973 43.0

4. 2006 42.2

1974 42.2

6. 2003 41.3

7. 1986 41.2

8. 1966 40.7

9. 1979 40.5

10. 1982 40.3

Lowest Punting Avg.

Year Avg.

1. 1943 31.8

2. 1955 32.0

3. 1948 32.6

4. 1953 32.9

5. 1945 33.0

1944 33.0

7. 1941 33.1

8. 1987 33.5

9. 1961 33.7

10. 1937 33.8

Punt Returns

Punt Returns

Year No.

1. 1938 105

2. 1998 49

3. 1940 48

4. 1991 47

5. 1971 45

1942 45

7. 1941 44

8. 1986 43

1967 43

10. 1946 42

Fewest Punt Returns

Year No.

1. 2009 11

2008 11

1954 14

4. 2001 17

1961 17

6. 2004 18

7. 2002 20

1965 20

9. 2011 21

1995 21

Punt Return Yards

Year Yards

1. 1971 717

2. 1940 629

3. 1990 583

4. 1941 526

5. 1938 520

6. 1980 462

7. 1951 458

8. 1986 434

9. 1962 431

10. 1970 424

Fewest Punt Return Yds.

Year Yards

1. 2008 52

2. 2004 96

3. 2009 104

4. 1954 119

5. 2010 128

6. 2002 148

7. 1953 154

8. 1994 157

9. 1989 159

10. 1973 175

1952 175

Average Punt Return

Year Avg.

1. 1971 15.9

2. 1990 14.9

3. 1943 14.8

4. 1980 14.4

5. 1960 14.2

6. 2001 14.1

7. 1996 13.4

8. 1949 13.2

9. 1940 13.1

10. 1965 13.0

Lowest Avg. Punt Return

Year Avg.

1. 2008 4.7

2. 2010 4.9

3. 2004 5.3

4. 2002 7.4

5. 2011 9.2

6. 2009 9.5

7. 1939 10.0

8. 1986 10.1

9. 1948 10.2

10. 1956 10.4

1997 10.4

Kickoff Returns

Kickoff Returns

Year No.

1. 2011 75

2. 2007 74

3. 2008 67

4. 1973 66

5. 2009 63

6. 2010 55

7. 1969 49

8. 2003 48

9. 1949 47

1974 47

Fewest Kickoff Returns

Year No.

1. 1943 10

2. 1959 14

1941 14

4. 1962 15

5. 1960 17

1940 17

7. 1983 17

8. 1984 19

1942 19

10. 1961 20

Kickoff Return Yards

Year Yards

1. 2011 1,751

2. 2007 1,546

3. 2008 1,253

4. 2009 1,173

5. 2010 1,148

6. 1998 1,115

7. 1973 1,083

8. 1970 889

9. 1988 881

10. 2003 878

1969 878

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Fewest Kickoff Return

Yards

Year Yards

1. 1943 221

2. 1983 256

3. 1941 278

4. 1984 315

5. 1962 321

6. 1955 323

7. 1959 337

8. 1992 352

9. 1991 379

10. 1942 382

Average Kickoff Return

Year Avg.

1. 1940 27.6

2. 1960 26.4

3. 1979 26.0

4. 1998 25.9

5. 1961 24.4

6. 1963 24.2

7. 1959 24.1

8. 2001 23.6

1966 23.6

10. 2011 23.3

Lowest Average Kickoff

Return

Year Avg.

1. 1954 14.6

2. 1983 15.1

3. 1955 15.4

4. 1964 15.6

5. 1991 15.8

6. 1992 16.0

7. 1953 16.3

8. 1973 16.4

9. 1949 16.5

10. 1984 16.6


DEFENSE

Scoring

Fewest Points Allowed

Year No.

1. 1945 54

1940 54

3. 1942 60

1943 60

5. 1959 65

6. 1962 83

1938 83

8. 1939 93

1955 93

10. 1941 94

Rushing

Fewest Rushing Yards

Allowed

Year Yards

1. 1943 366

2. 1937 504

3. 1964 644

4. 1990 735

5. 1991 738

6. 1939 957

7. 1986 978

8. 1938 1,010

9. 1945 1,021

10. 1942 1,047

Fewest Rushing Yards

Allowed Per Game

Year Avg.

1. 1937 50.4

2. 1964 64.4

3. 1990 66.8

4. 1991 67.1

5. 1943 73.2

6. 1986 88.9

7. 2002 97.7

8. 1996 103.0

9. 1942 104.7

10. 1939 106.3

Passing

Fewest Pass

Completions Allowed

Year No.

1. 1938 36

2. 1942 41

3. 1940 43

4. 1946 46

5. 1937 48

6. 1941 49

7. 1955 55

8. 1945 58

9. 1943 59

10. 1944 61

Fewest Passing Yards

Year Yards

1. 1938 448

2. 1940 547

3. 1942 556

4. 1955 600

5. 1945 628

6. 1946 653

7. 1937 662

8. 1941 708

9. 1959 747

10. 1943 748

Fewest Passing

Touchdowns

Year No.

1. 1959 1

2. 1972 5

3. 1956 10

1976 10

1977 10

1964 10

1994 10

8. 1958 11

1963 11

1988 11

1985 11

Fewest Passing Yards per

Game

Year Avg.

1. 1938 49.9

2. 1942 55.6

3. 1955 60.0

4. 1940 60.8

5. 1937 66.2

6. 1945 69.8

7. 1946 72.6

8. 1959 74.7

9. 1941 78.7

10. 1947 84.0

Lowest Pass Completion

Pct.

Year Pct.

1. 1942 .198

2. 1938 .298

3. 1937 .304

4. 1940 .305

5. 1946 333

6. 1941 .360

7. 1959 .364

8. 1944 .370

9. 1945 .379

10. 1971 .386

Total Offense

Fewest Total Offense Yds

Year Yards

1. 1943 1,114

2. 1937 1,166

3. 1938 1,459

4. 1942 1,603

5. 1940 1,611

6. 1945 1,649

7. 1941 1,825

8. 1939 1,834

9. 1944 1,931

10. 1946 2,013

Lowest Average Total

Offense per Game

Year Avg.

1. 1937 116.6

2. 1942 160.3

3. 1938 162.1

4. 1940 179.0

5. 1945 183.2

6. 1941 202.8

7. 1939 203.8

8. 1955 212.2

9. 1959 216.5

10. 1943 222.8

First Downs

Fewest First Downs by

Rushing

Year No.

1. 1964 42

2. 1960 54

3. 1991 57

4. 1990 60

5. 1986 65

6. 1962 66

7. 1996 69

8. 1952 73

9. 1967 74

10. 2002 75

Fewest First Downs by

Passing

Year No.

1. 1955 29

2. 1959 37

3. 1950 39

4. 1951 40

5. 1953 45

6. 1975 48

7. 1957 50

8. 1954 51

9. 1961 54

10. 1956 56

1968 56

Fewest First Downs by

Penalty

Year No.

1. 1954 1

2. 2006 7

3. 2007 11

1979 11

1965 11

6. 2008 12

1995 12

1983 12

1978 12

10. 1991 13

1988 13

1987 13

1980 13

1972 13

1967 13

Fewest First Downs

Year No.

1. 1947 112

2. 1964 114

3. 1959 122

4. 1955 126

5. 1948 128

6. 1962 130

7. 1950 131

8. 1953 132

9. 1960 136

10. 1952 138

Interceptions

Interceptions

Year No.

1. 1968 30

2. 1972 27

1984 27

1959 27

5. 1951 23

1970 23

1941 23

1946 23

9. 1942 22

1974 22

Fewest Interceptions

Year No.

1. 1998 5

2. 2000 6

3. 2008 7

4. 2009 8

1938 8

6. 2001 9

1939 9

8. 2011 10

2006 10

2004 10

1996 10

Interception Yards

Year Yards

1. 1968 478

2. 1972 334

3. 1952 313

4. 1991 308

5. 1984 298

6. 1989 284

7. 1966 280

8. 1950 272

9. 1975 261

10. 1940 257

1943 257

Fewest Interception Yards

Year Yards

1. 1998 18

2. 1939 42

3. 2000 49

4. 2011 51

2010 51

6. 2001 53

7. 2008 55

8. 1996 63

9. 1993 75

10. 2004 81

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Washington Record Book — Individual Rushing

Most Yards Rushing

Career 4,106, Napoleon Kaufman, 1991-94

Season 1,695, Corey Dillon, 1996

Game 296, Hugh McElhenny vs.

Washington State, 1950

Quarter 222, Corey Dillon vs. San Jose State,

1996 (1st)

Most Rushing Attempts

Career 799, Chris Polk, 2008-11

Season 301, Corey Dillon, 1996

Game 38, Corey Dillon vs. Wash. State,1996

Quarter 16, Corey Dillon vs. San Jose St., 1996 (1st)

Rushing Yards Per Game

Career (Min. 18 games)

101.2, Chris Polk, 2008-11

Season (Min. 9 games)

141.3, Corey Dillon, 1996

Average Per Attempt

Career (Min. 300 carries)

5.7, Rashaan Shehee, 1994-97

Season (Min. 100 carries)

6.4, Rich Alexis, 2000

Game (Min. 15 carries)

14.8, Hugh McElhenny vs.

Washington State, 1950

Most 100-Yard Games

Career 21, Chris Polk, 2011

Season 10, Greg Lewis, 1990; Chris Polk, 2011

Consecutive Games Rushing for 100 Yards

Career 10, Greg Lewis, 1989-90

Season 9, Greg Lewis, 1990

Games Rushing for 200 Yards or More

Career 4, Napoleon Kaufman, 1991-94

Season 3, Napoleon Kaufman, 1994

Rushing Yards by a Freshman

Season 1,113, Chris Polk, 2009 (226 att., 5 TDs)

Game 157, Jake Locker, 2007 vs. Arizona

157, Joe Steele, 1976 vs. Oregon

Rushing Yards by a Quarterback

Career 1,939, Jake Locker (2007-10)

Season 986, Jake Locker, 2007

697, Dennis Fitzpatrick, 1974

Game 249, Dennis Fitzpatrick,

Washington State, 1974

Rushing Touchdowns

Career 33, Napoleon Kaufman, 1991-94

Season 24, Corey Dillon, 1996

Game 7, Ervin Daily vs. Whitman, 1919

Rushing Yards

Game

Name Yards Opponent

1. Hugh McElhenny 296 Washington St., 1950

2. Chris Polk 284 Washington St., 2010

3. Corey Dillon 259 Oregon, 1996

4. Credell Green 258 Washington St., 1955

5. Louis Rankin 255 Stanford, 2007

6. Napoleon Kaufman 254 San Jose State, 1994

7. Dennis Fitzpatrick 249 Washington St., 1974

8. Napoleon Kaufman 227 UCLA, 1994

9. Louis Rankin 224 California, 2007

10. Corey Dillon 222 San Jose State, 1996

Season

Name (Based on net yards) TC NYG AVG

1. Corey Dillon (1996) 301 1,695 5.6

2. Chris Polk (2011) 293 1,488 5.1

3. Chris Polk (2010) 260 1,415 5.4

4. Greg Lewis (1990) 248 1,407 5.7

5. Napoleon Kaufman (1994) 255 1,390 5.5

6. Napoleon Kaufman (1993) 226 1,299 5.7

7. Louis Rankin (2007) 233 1,294 5.6

8. Greg Lewis (1989) 266 1,197 4.5

9. Chris Polk (2009) 226 1,113 4.9

10. Joe Steele (1978) 237 1,111 4.7

11. Hugh McElhenny (1950) 179 1,107 6.2

12. Napoleon Kaufman (1992) 182 1,084 6.0

13. Rashaan Shehee (1997) 168 1,055 6.3

14. Jacque Robinson (1984) 223 1,036 4.6

15. Ron Rowland (1976) 203 1,002 4.9

16. Rashaan Shehee (1995) 174 995 5.7

17. Jake Locker (2007) 172 986 5.7

Career

Name TC NYG AVG

1. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94) 735 4,106 5.6

2. Chris Polk (2008-11) 799 4,049 5.1

3. Joe Steele (1976-79) 676 3,168 4.7

4. Greg Lewis (1987-90) 577 2,903 5.0

5. Vince Weathersby (1985-88) 606 2,811 4.6

6. Jacque Robinson (1981-84) 573 2,636 4.6

7. Hugh McElhenny (1949-51) 451 2,499 5.5

8. Louis Rankin (2004-07) 488 2,480 5.1

9. Rich Alexis (2000-03) 596 2,455 4.1

10. Rashaan Shehee (1994-97) 421 2,381 5.7

11. Robin Earl (1973-76) 463 2,351 5.1

12. Willie Hurst (1998-01) 516 2,334 4.5

13. Toussaint Tyler (1977-80) 418 2,015 4.8

14. Jake Locker (2007-10) 454 1,939 4.3

15. Beno Bryant (1989-93) 350 1,826 5.2

Rushing Attempts

Game

Name No. Opponent

1. Corey Dillon 38 Washington St., 1996

2. Corey Dillon 37 USC, 1996

Dennis Fitzpatrick 37 Washington St., 1974

4. Louis Rankin 36 Stanford, 2007

Corey Dillon 36 Stanford, 1996

5. Jacque Robinson 35 Texas Tech, 1982

6. Chris Polk 34 Arizona, 2011

Chris Polk 34 Nebraska, 2010

(Holiday Bowl)

Napoleon Kaufman 34 UCLA, 1994

Greg Lewis 34 Oregon, 1989

Jacque Robinson 34 Washington St., 1984

Jacque Robinson 34 Arizona State, 1982

Don Moore 34 Oregon, 1965

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Season

Name Year Attempts

1. Corey Dillon 1996 301

2. Chris Polk 2011 293

3. Greg Lewis 1989 266

4. Chris Polk 2010 260

5. Napoleon Kaufman 1994 255

6. Greg Lewis 1990 248

7. Jacque Robinson 1982 238

8. Joe Steele 1978 237

9. Louis Rankin 2007 233

10. Chris Polk 2009 226

Napoleon Kaufman 1993 226

12. Jacque Robinson 1984 223

13. Joe Steele 1977 211

14. Ron Rowland 1976 203

15. Rich Alexis 2002 202

16. Napoleon Kaufman 1992 182

Career

Name Attempts

1. Chris Polk (2008-11) 799

2. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94) 735

3. Joe Steele (1976-79) 676

4. Vince Weathersby (1985-88) 606

5. Rich Alexis (2000-03) 596

6. Greg Lewis (1989-90) 577

7. Jacque Robinson (1981-84) 573

8. Willie Hurst (1998-2001) 516

9. Louis Rankin (2004-06) 488

10. Robin Earl (1974-76) 463

11. Hugh McElhenny (1949-51) 451

12. Kenny James (2003-06) 431

13. Rashaan Shehee (1994-97) 421

14. Rick Fenney (1983-86) 369

15. Beno Bryant (1989-93) 350

Average per Rush

Game (Min. 15 attempts)

Name Avg. (No.) Opponent

1. Hugh McElhenny 14.80 (20-296) Washington St., 1950

2. Corey Dillon 13.88 (16-222) San Jose State, 1996

3. Hugh McElhenny 11.06 (16-177) Kansas State, 1950

4. Louis Rankin 10.67 (21-224) California, 2007

5. Dean Derby 9.80 (15-147) Illinois, 1956

6. Chris Polk 9.79 (29-284) Washington St., 2010

7. Chris Polk 9.60 (15-144) Stanford, 2011

8. Credell Green 9.56 (27-258) Washington St., 1955

9. Marques Tuiasosopo 9.41 (22-207) Stanford, 1999

10. Napoleon Kaufman 9.41 (27-254) San Jose State, 1994

Season (Min. 100 attempts)

Name Year Yds. Att. Avg.

1. Rich Alexis 2000 816 128 6.4

2. Rashaan Shehee 1997 1,055 168 6.3

3. Hugh McElhenny 1950 1,107 179 6.2

4. Napoleon Kaufman 1992 1,084 182 6.0

Credell Green 1955 652 108 6.0

6. Jake Locker 2007 172 986 5.7

Rashaan Shehee 1995 995 174 5.7

Beno Bryant 1991 981 173 5.7

Napoleon Kaufman 1993 1,299 226 5.7

Greg Lewis 1990 1,407 248 5.7

10. Louis Rankin 2007 1,294 233 5.6

Corey Dillon 1996 1,695 301 5.6

Robin Earl 1974 606 108 5.6


Career (Min. 300 attempts)

Name Yds. Att. Avg.

1. Rashaan Shehee (1994-97) 2,381 421 5.7

2. Corey Dillon (1996) 1,695 301 5.6

3. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94) 4,106 735 5.6

4. Hugh McElhenny (1949-51) 2,499 451 5.5

5. Beno Bryant (1989-93) 1,826 350 5.2

6. Louis Rankin (2004-07) 2,480 488 5.1

7. Robin Earl (1973-76) 2,351 463 5.1

8. Chris Polk (2008-11) 4,049 799 5.1

9. Greg Lewis (1987-90) 2,903 577 5.0

10. Toussaint Tyler (1977-80) 2,015 418 4.8

Rushing Yards Per Game

Season (Min. 9 games)

Name Year Yds. Gms. Avg.

1. Corey Dillon 1996 1,695 12 141.3

2. Greg Lewis 1990 1,407 11 127.9

3. Napoleon Kaufman 1994 1,390 11 126.4

4. Napoleon Kaufman 1993 1,299 11 118.1

5. Rashaan Shehee 1997 1,055 9 117.2

6. Chris Polk 2011 1,488 13 114.5

7. Hugh McElhenny 1950 1,107 10 110.7

8. Chris Polk 2010 1,415 13 108.8

9. Joe Steele 1978 1,111 11 101.0

10. Greg Lewis 1989 1,197 12 99.8

11. Louis Rankin 2007 1,294 13 99.5

12. Jacque Robinson 1984 1,036 11 94.2

13. Hugh McElhenny 1951 936 10 93.6

14. Chris Polk 2009 1,113 12 92.8

15. Ron Rowland

Career (Min. 18 games)

1976 1,002 11 91.1

Name Yds. Gms. Avg.

1. Chris Polk (2008-11) 4,049 40 101.2

2. Hugh McElhenny (1949-51) 2,499 28 89.3

3. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94) 4,106 46 89.3

4. Joe Steele (1976-79) 3,168 39 81.2

5. Greg Lewis (1987-90) 2,903 39 74.4

6. Rashaan Shehee (1994-97) 2,381 33 72.2

7. Jacque Robinson (1981-84) 2,636 37 71.2

8. Robin Earl (1973-76) 2,351 37 63.5

9. Louis Rankin (2004-07) 2,480 40 62.0

10. Vince Weathersby (1985-88) 2,811 46 61.1

Rushing Touchdowns

Game

Name No. Opponent

1. Ervin Daily 7 Whitman, 1919

2. Corey Dillon 5 UCLA, 1996

Hugh McElhenny 5 Washington State, 1950

4. Pete Taggares 4 UCLA, 1972

5. Keith Price 3 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

Louis Rankin 3 Syracuse, 2007

Shelton Sampson 3 Oregon, 2003

Willie Hurst 3 Stanford, 2001

Corey Dillon 3 Washington State, 1996

Corey Dillon 3 San Jose State, 1996

Corey Dillon 3 Oregon, 1996

Rashaan Shehee 3 Washington State, 1995

Rashaan Shehee 3 UCLA, 1995

Rashaan Shehee 3 Stanford, 1995

Napoleon Kaufman 3 San Jose State, 1994

Jay Barry 3 Washington State, 1990

Greg Lewis 3 Arizona State, 1990

Greg Lewis 3 Oregon State, 1989

Aaron Jenkins 3 Pacific, 1987

Rick Fenney 3 Stanford, 1985

Jacque Robinson 3 Washington State, 1984

Jacque Robinson 3 Arizona, 1984

Sterling Hinds 3 Oregon, 1982

Toussaint Tyler 3 Northwestern, 1980

Toussaint Tyler 3 Air Force, 1980

Vince Coby 3 California, 1979

Joe Steele 3 Wyoming, 1979

Junior Coffey 3 California, 1962

Season

Name Year TDs

1. Corey Dillon 1996 24

2. Rashaan Shehee 1995 15

3. Napoleon Kaufman 1993 14

Jacque Robinson 1984 14

5. Jake Locker 2009 13

Hugh McElhenny 1951 13