I D A H O V A N D A L S FOOTBALL 2013

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I D A H O V A N D A L S FOOTBALL 2013

FOOTBALL 2013

Game #11

Idaho vs. Florida State • Nov. 23, 2013

Doak Campbell Stadium (82,300) • Tallahassee, Fla.

www.GoVandals.com

THE RECORDS

Idaho is 1-9 and coming off its second bye of the season. Florida State remains undefeated at 10-0 and is

ranked second nationally. The Seminoles have received fi rst-place votes in two polls – Associated Press and

USA Today.

THE COACHES

PAUL PETRINO is in his fi rst season at Idaho and his fi rst as a head coach. While it is his fi rst head

coaching job, it is not Petrino’s fi rst stint at Idaho. His coaching career began at Carroll College (his

alma mater, 1989). From Carroll, he went to Idaho where he coached running back, receivers and

special teams from 1992-94. From Idaho it was on to Utah State (1995-97), Louisville (1998-99),

Southern Mississippi (2000-02), Louisville (2003-06), Atlanta Falcons (2007), Arkansas (2008-09),

Illinois lino (2010-11) and Arkansas (2012).

JIMBO FISHER is in his fourth season at Florida State and is 41-10 with the Seminoles. He is a 1989

graduate of Salem College and began his coaching career at Samford (Ga.), where he coached from

1988-90 8-9 as a graduate assistant and 1991-92 as the offensive coordinator. He spent the next six seasons

at Auburn (1993-98/quarterbacks) before stints at Cincinnati (1999/quarterbacks) and LSU (2000-06/offensive

coordinator and quarterbacks) before joining the Florida State staff in 2007 (offensive coordinator

and

quarterbacks). He was elevated to head coach in 2010.

INDEPENDENCE

Idaho is playing the 2013 season as an FBS independent before rejoining the Sun Belt Conference in

2014. The Vandals have been independent previously – 1893-1907 and 1959-62. There are six other

independent FBS programs – Army, BYU, Navy, New Mexico State, Notre Dame and Old Dominion.

THE SERIES

This is the fi rst game between Idaho and Florida State.

TELEVISION

The game will be carried on ESPNU.

IDAHO VANDALS

AUGUST

31 at North Texas L, 40-6

SEPTEMBER

7 at Wyoming L, 10-42

14 vs. Northern Illinois ! L, 35-45

21 at Washington State L, 0-42

28 vs. Temple University * W, 26-24

OCTOBER

5 vs. #21/23 Fresno State # L, 14-61

12 at Arkansas State L, 24-48

19 Bye

26 at Ole Miss L, 14-59

NOVEMBER

2 vs. Texas State % L, 21-37

9 vs. Old Dominion + L, 38-59

16 Bye

23 at Florida State TBA

30 at New Mexico State TBA

! Military Appreciation Day

* Homecoming

# Celebrating Idaho Agriculture

% Dads’ Weekend

+ Senior Day

All times listed PACIFIC/Local

IDAHO MEDIA ACCESS

Coach Petrino’s weekly news conference,

which is available via teleconference, is

on Mondays at 11:15 a.m. (PT) in Team

Room A on the ground level of the Kibbie

Dome. The fi rst one is Sept. 2. Contact

Athletic Media Relations for teleconference

information. He also is available after

practice Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Idaho players are available after practice

on Tuesdays and Wednesdays only. Offensive

players and coaches will be

available on Tuesdays with defensive

players and coaches on Wednesdays.

We will provide footage through ShareFile

of the interviews. Please contact the media

relations offi ce to request players or

ShareFile access.

RADIO

Tom Morris (play by play) and Evan Ellis

(analysis) again are calling the gameday

action with KZFN (FM 106.1) as the fl agship

of the statewide, 13-station network.

A complete list of stations is on page 3.

FLORIDA STATE SEMINOLES

SEPTEMBER

2 at Pittsburgh * W, 41-13

14 vs. Nevada W, 62-7

21 vs. Bethune Cookman W, 54-6

28 at Boston College * W, 48-34

OCTOBER

5 vs. Maryland * W, 63-0

19 at Clemson * W, 51-14

26 vs. North Carolina St. * W, 49-17

NOVEMBER

2 vs. Miami * W, 41-14

9 at Wake Forest * W, 59-3

16 vs. Syracuse * W, 59-3

23 vs. Idaho

30 at Florida

* Atlantic Coast Conference game

MEDIA CONTACTS

IDAHO

Becky Paull bpaull@uidaho.edu

208-885-0245 (o) 208-669-0411 (c)

FLORIDA STATE

Kerwin Lonzo klonzo@fsu.edu

850-644-5656 www.Seminoles.com

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COACHING STAFF

HEAD COACH OFF. COORDINATOR DEF. COORDINATOR LINEBACKERS OFFENSIVE LINE

PAUL PETRINO KRIS CINKOVICH RONNIE LEE ERIC BROWN JON CARVIN

ASST. HC/RECEIVERS SECONDARY

QUARTERBACKS DEFENSIVE LINE SECONDARY TIGHT ENDS RUNNING BACKS

BRYCE ERICKSON BAM HARDMON MIKE MICKENS AL PUPUNU JASON SHUMAKER

OFFENSIVE GRADUATE ASSISTANTS – NICK GILBERT, MARK SLACK

DEFENSIVE GRADUATE ASSISTANTS – TEVITA HALAHOLO, BOBBY DALY

OFFENSIVE STUDENT ASSISTANT – ANDY HARRINGTON

DEFENSIVE STUDENT ASSISTANT – JAMIE SCHULTZ

DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS – MARK VAUGHT

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETIC TRAINING SERVICES – BARRIE STEELE

DIRECTOR OF EQUIPMENT SERVICES – DAMIEN GARNETT

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING – JAKE SCHARNHORST

Founded ...............................................1889

Location ................................Moscow, Idaho

(Moscow is located in the Pacifi c Time Zone)

Enrollment 11,707

Presidents................... Don Burnett (interim)

Director of Athletics................Dr. Rob Spear

Nickname......................................... Vandals

Colors ...................... Silver and Vandal Gold

Arena ....................................... Kibbie Dome

Surface ................................. RealGrass Pro

Capacity.............................................16,000

All-time football record ............... 418-538-23

Affi liation ..............Football Bowl Subdivision

Conference ...............................Independent

Assoc. AD/Business ............... John Wallace

Assoc. AD/Development ........... Tim Mooney

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO QUICK FACTS/DIRECTORY

Senior Woman Administrator . Debbie Buchanan

Compliance............................ Jessica Atkins

Director of Student-Athlete Services..Barrie Steele

Strength and Conditioning ...Jake Scharnhorst

Director of Equipment Services ..... Damien Garnett

Director of Academic Services......Dr. Susan Steele

Ticket manager ................. Chris Appenbrink

Kibbie Dome Manager ...........................TBA

Athletic department phone..... 208-885-0200

Athletic department fax .......... 208-885-2862

Football phone ....................... 208-885-0235

Ticket office ....................... 208-885-6466 or

............................................ 1-888-884-3246

Press box phone....................208-885-0211

Athletic department mailing address:

University of Idaho

875 Perimeter, MS 2302

Moscow, Idaho 83844-2302

MEDIA RELATIONS

Asst. AD/football contact............Becky Paull

Office phone .......................... 208-885-0245

Cell phone ..............................208-669-0411

E-mail ............................bpaull@uidaho.edu

Nick Heidelberger ...................208-885-0211

Seth Pringle ........................... 208-885-7065

Fax......................................... 208-885-0255

Website .......................www.GoVandals.com

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NEWS CONFERENCES

Paul Petrino’s weekly news conferences

are at 11:15 a.m. on Mondays

in Team Room A on the fi rst fl oor of the

Kibbie Dome. Call UI media relations for

teleconference access information.

Individual interviews with Petrino can

be arranged through the athletic media

relations office. Football players are

available for interviews Tuesdays and

Wednesdays after practice. Contact the

media relations department for individual

player interviews.

Video highlights and interviews also

are available. Game highlights, practice

footage, interviews with Petrino and selected

players are available on a weekly

basis through the athletic media relations

offi ce.

Idaho’s locker room is closed to the

public at all times.

Post-game interviews are in Team

Room A/B on the ground level (northeast

corner) of the Kibbie Dome. Coach

Petrino and players are available approximately

10 minutes after they have left the

fi eld at the conclusion of the game.

All photographers must wear a green

sideline vest while working Vandal football

games. Vests may be checked out at

the ground level, southeast corner of the

football fi eld.

KIBBIE DOME ACCESS

The press box is on the north concourse.

Access is at any of the general

public doors of the Kibbie Dome or at the

media entrance on the southeast ground

level entrance. The only elevator to the

concourse level is accessed through the

southeast ground level entrance.

INSIDE THE VANDALS

Inside the Vandals is a weekly television

program that highlights Vandal Athletics

throughout the season. It is produced

by the Sports Journalism Class under

the direction of Julie Scott. KXLY-TV

personalty Dennis Patchin serves as

the program’s host along with students

from the class. Check your local listings

for air times on KLEW-TV (Lewiston),

KTRV (Boise) and SWX (Spokane). It

also will air in part on KXLY AM radio

(700 ESPN) and has been made available

to Altitude Sports. It airs Fridays at

3 p.m. PT. Altitude is available on Dish

410 or 410-HD and DirecTV 681, 681-1

(HD) or 682.

PAUL PETRINO’S RADIO SHOW

Every week during the season, head

coach Paul Petrino and selected players

and assistant coaches join in a live radio

show from D. Willy’s Blues, Brew and

Barbecue, 112 W. Sixth Street in Moscow.

The fi rst show of 2013 is Wednesday,

Aug. 28 from 6-7 p.m. Pacifi c. The show

will air on Wednesdays this year with a

live audience and call-in availability.

The show airs live on KRPL (1400-

AM) on the Palouse and on these Vandal

Radio Network stations: KVNI AM 1080

(Coeur d’Alene-Spokane), KCLK AM

1430 (Lewiston), KLER AM 1300 (Orofi

no), KOFE AM 1240 (St. Maries), KLIX

AM 1310 (Twin Falls-Sun Valley), KFXD

AM 630 (Boise-Treasure Valley), KBFI

1450 AM (Bonners Ferry), KDZY 98.3 FM

(McCall), KQPI HD 94.5 FM (Pocatello),

KSPT 1400 AM (Sandpoint), KZFS 1280

AM (Spokane) and KSPZ AM 980 (Idaho

Falls). It also is on the GoVandals.com

website under the multi-media menu.

BOOSTER LUNCHEONS

(ALL TIMES ARE LOCAL)

• Latah County – Mondays at 11:45 a.m.

at the University Inn-Best Western in

Moscow. Cost is $11 per person. There

will not be luncheons if the Monday is a

holiday.

• Kootenai County – Thursdays at the

Coeur d’Alene Resort in Cabin 5 from

11:45 a.m. until 1 p.m. The cost is $10

per person.

• Spokane County – Wednesdays at Hotel

Lusso, 808 W. Sprague Ave. (across

from the Davenport Hotel) from 11:30

a.m. until 1 p.m.

• Ada County – Wednesdays at noon at

the Idaho Water Center, 322 East Front,

Room 150.

• West Ada County – Wednesdays at

noon at Louie’s, 2500 East Fairview,

Meridian

• Canyon County – Wednesdays at

noon at the Copper Canyon, 103 Shannon

Dr., Nampa (Broadmore Golf Club.

• Puget Sound – Wednesdays at noon

at Chandler’s Crabhouse, 901 Fairview

Ave. North, Seattle.

KZFN FM 106.1 (Moscow-Pullman)

KBFI AM 1450 (Bonners Ferry)

KSPT AM 1400 (Sandpoint)

KVNI AM 1080 (Coeur d’Alene)

KZFS AM 1280 (Spokane)

KOFE AM 1240 (St. Maries)

KCLK AM 1430 (Lewiston)

KLER AM 1300 (Orofino)

KFXD AM 630 (Boise-Treasure Valley)

KLIX AM 1310 (Twin Falls-Sun Valley)

KSPZ AM 980 (Idaho Falls)

KQPI FM 99.5 (Pocatello)

KDZY FM 98.3 (McCall) *

VandalXtra on www.GoVandals.com

* Only the Sept. 14, Sept. 21, Oct. 5,

Oct. 28 and Nov. 9 games will be carries

by KDZY FM 98.3 (McCall)

TELEVISED GAMES

• The Vandals road game at Wyoming

(Sept. 7) was televised by Root Sports.

• Their home games against Temple

(Sept. 28) and Texas State (Nov. 2) air

on Altitude Sports as well as SWX in the

Inland Northwest and KTVB/KTVT in

the Treasure and Magic valley regions

of Idaho. Altitude also will carry the

Vandals’ 2013 fi nale – Nov. 30 at New

Mexico State.

• The Sept. 21 game at Washington

State aired on the Pac-12 Network.

• Their home game against Fresno

State was broadcast back to the Fresno,

Calif., market.

• Their road game at Arkansas State

was on ESPN3; their game at Ole Miss

was on Comcast Sports Southeast, and

their game at Florida State is on ESPNU.

• Home games also are available on the

internet through VandalXtra at www.Go-

Vandals.com.

• Altitude is available on Dish 410 or

410-HD and DirecTV 681, 681-1 (HD)

or 682.

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WATCHING

#1 DEZMON EPPS #74 MIKE MARBOE

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NEWS AND NOTES

CAPTAINS (by week)

CAPTAINS (by player)

Week #1 Week #2 Week #3

C – Mike Marboe WR – Dezmon Epps TE – Mike LaGrone

TE – Clayton Homme WR – Roman Runner OT – Jesse Davis

DE – Quinton Bradley TE – Mike LaGrone CB – Solomon Dixon

LB – Marc Millan DT – Ryan Edwards DE – Maxx Forde

LB – Juan Martinez

Week #4 Week #5 Week #6

LB – Marc Millan LB – Marc Millan LB – Marc Millan

DE – Maxx Forde DE – Vince Keener DE – Vince Keener

WR – Najee Lovett OT – Cody Elenz OT – Cody Elenz

TE – Mike LaGrone C – Mike Marboe C – Mike Marboe

Week #7 Week #8 Week #9

DE – Maxx Forde DE – Maxx Forde WR – Dezmon Epps

LB – Juan Martinez LB – Marc Millan C – Mike Marboe

TE – Mike LaGrone OT – Cody Elenz LB – Juan Martinez

WR – Najee Lovett WR – Najee Lovett DE – Vince Keener

Week #10 Week #11 Week #12

DE – Maxx Forde

LB – Marc Millan

C – Mike Marboe

TE – Clayton Homme

HONORS AND AWARDS

vs. Ole Miss

University of Idaho freshmen Austin

Rehkow (K/P, Veradale, Wash.) punted

seven times for an average of 50.1 yards

per kick to earn honorable mention recognition

from College Football Performance

Awards. He had a long punt of

55 yards and four (55, 52, 52, 51) of the

seven were more than 50 yards.

Those punts moved him to second nationally

in punting average at 47.4. Zac

Murphy from Miami (Ohio) is the national

leader at 48.1. Rekhow’s average is off

57 punts for 2,701 yards, while Murphy’s

is off 54 punts for 2,598 yards.

vs. Arkansas State

University of Idaho freshmen Austin Rehkow

(K/P, Veradale, Wash.) was honored

as the Independent Special Teams

Player of the Week after averaging 44.9

yards on nine punts at Arkansas State.

vs. Fresno State

University of Idaho freshmen Austin

Rehkow (K/P, Veradale, Wash.) was

chosen the Ray Guy Award National

Punter of the Week after averaging 51.1

yards on seven punts. He had a long

punt of 58 yards with fi ve of the seven

longer than 50 yards. He also received

honorable mention status from College

Football Performance Awards.

vs. Temple

University of Idaho freshmen Chad

Chalich (QB, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho) and

Austin Rehkow (K/P, Veradale, Wash.)

had stellar games in the Vandals’ victory

over Temple University and were recognized

by a variety of organization.

Chalich, who completed 26 of 43 passes

for 310 yards and ran for 114 yards

on 14 carries, was honored as the Independent

Offensive Player of the Week

by FBS Independents and College

Football Madness. He is the fi rst Vandal

quarterback to rush for more than

100 yards since Eric Hisaw ran for 122

against UNLV on Sept. 17, 1994. Next

is Doug Nussmeier’s 107 against Boise

State on Nov. 20, 1993. Prior to Nuss-

Player (number of times) – week(s) chosen

Marc Millan (6) – 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10

Maxx Forde (5) – 3, 4, 7, 8, 10

Mike Marboe (5) – 1, 5, 6, 9, 10

Mike LaGrone (4) – 2, 3, 4, 7

Cody Elenz (3) – 5, 6, 8

Najee Lovett (3) – 4, 7, 8

Vince Keener (3) – 5, 6, 9

Juan Martinez (3) – 2, 7, 9

Dezmon Epps (2) – 2, 9

Clayton Homme (2) – 1, 10

Quinton Bradley (1) – 1

Jesse Davis (1) – 3

Solomon Dixon (1) – 3

Ryan Edwards (1) – 2

Roman Runner (1) – 2

meier’s effort, you have to go back to

1984 when Scott Linehan ran for 104

in a loss to Eastern Washington. Hisaw

added 284 passing for 406 yards total

offense, while Nussmeier passed for

198 to total 305 yards total offense, and

Linehan had 248 pass for a total of 352.

Chalich had 424 yards of total offense,

which ranks eighth all-time at Idaho.

Rekhow, a true freshman who also

punts, was successful on four of fi ve fi eld

goal attempts to earn recognition as the

Special Teams Player of the Week by

FBS Independents and College Football

Performance Awards. He also earned

one of three stars awarded by the Lou

Groza Award. Fans can vote for him as

the Kicker of the Week at www.LouGrozaAward.com.

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO CONFERENCE HISTORY

1893-1907 – Independent

1908-1924 – Pacifi c Northwest Intercollegiate Conference

1925-1958 – Pacifi c Coast Conference

1959-1962 – Independent

1963-1995 – Big Sky Conference

1996-2000 – Big West Conference

2001-2004 – Sun Belt Conference

2004-2012 – Western Athletic Conference

2013 – Independent

2014 – Sun Belt Conference

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NEWS AND NOTES

vs. North Texas

Senior Michael LaGrone (Reno, Nev.)

was awarded honorable mention status

at tight end by CollegeFootballPerformaceAwards.com

after the Vandals

opener at North Texas. LaGrone caught

one pass for 70 yards and received

compliments from coach Paul Petrino

for his blocking.

IN THE NCAA NUMBERS

(Individuals in the top 75;

Team in the top 50)

1 – Austin Rehkow’s average per punt

(47.7)

T10 – Quinton Bradley’s fumbles recovered

per game (0.33)

T19 – Jayshawn Jordan’s solo tackles

average per game (5.7)

22 – Dezmon Epps’ average receptions

per game (6.6)

T24 – Marc Millan’s average solo tackles

per game (5.6)

27 – Bradley Njoku’s average solo tackles

per game (5.5)

37 – Dezmon Epps’ average per punt

return (8.3)

37 – Idaho’s average time of possession

per game (31:16)

40 – Dezmon Epps’ average receiving

yards per game (81.1)

42 – Dezmon Epps’ total receiving

yards (811)

52 – Dezmon Epps’ all-purpose rushing

average (117.00)

53 – Najee Lovett’s average per kickoff

return (22.8)

A RARITY

Austin Rehkow is the fi rst player at

Idaho to serve in the dual kicker/punter

role since Mike Barrow took over for T.J.

Conley, when Conley (the Vandals’ punter)

was injured during the 2005 season.

Barrow handled both tasks in 2004.

EXCLUSIVE CLUB

Idaho kicker/punter Austin Rehkow

(Spokane, Wash.) is one of just two FBS

players nationwide to serve in the dual

role. He is joined in this exclusive club

by Tennessee’s Michael Palardy.

WHEN ON THEIR OWN

The Vandals are 30-61-6 when playing

an independent schedule. In their fi rst

conference-less stint (1893-1907), they

were 23-22-4 and from 1959-62 they

were 6-31-2.

VIDEO BOARD

Idaho debuted a new video board when

it took on Northern Illinois in its home

opener on Sept. 14. The state-of-the-art,

high resolution board measures 30x50

feet. It was made possible by the corporate

sponsorships of Idaho Famous

Potatoes, Washington Trust Bank, Blue

Cross of Idaho, Glanbia and Commercial

Tire.

THOSE KIDS

Speaking of Steve Matlock, he is one

of just 13 true freshmen to have started

on an FBS offensive line so far this fall.

A total of 24 true freshmen have played

on the offensive line. A small number

with 615 offensive linemen playing each

week for the 123 FBS teams.

FRESH FACES

Idaho is one of 10 FBS schools to start

a senior-free offensive line in the 2013

opener. The Vandals started three juniors

– center Mike Marboe, strong tackle

Jesse Davis and quick guard Nick Von

Rotz, and two sophomores – quick tackle

Cody Elenz and strong guard Dallas

Sandberg. Junior Spencer Beale, redshirt

freshman Mason Woods, and true

freshman Steve Matlock all have been in

the starting lineup.

Auburn started two juniors, two sophomores

and one freshman; BYU started

three juniors and two sophomores; Indiana

started two juniors and three sophomores;

Louisville started four juniors and

one sophomore; Minnesota started three

juniors and two sophomores; UCLA

started one junior, three sophomores

and one freshman; UNLV started three

juniors and two sophomores, and UTSA

started four juniors and one sophomore.

YOUTH MOVEMENT

In terms of full-time returning starters,

the Vandals are one of the least experienced

teams in the nation – fourth, in

fact. Florida International has just four

full-time starters returning with a combined

total of 122 starts. The Vandals

are fourth with eight and 166. Here’s the

list:

Florida International 4 122

Louisiana Tech 6 183

Troy 7 186

Idaho 8 166

LSU 9 136

Kansas 9 179

MAKING THEIR MARKS

Of the 25 players in Coach Petrino’s fi rst

class at Idaho, 21 are playing this season. Of

those 21, 10 are true freshmen. Of those 11,

six have started at least one game.

ON THIS DATE

The Vandals have played eight times on

Nov. 23, with fi ve of the games against

Boise State. They are 4-4 on this date.

• 1929 – at USC, (L, 0-72)

• 1946 – at Fresno State (L, 12-13)

• 1974 – at Boise State (L, 29-52)

• 1978 – Boise State (W, 28-24)

• 1985 – Boise State (W, 44-27)

• 1991 – Boise State (W, 28-24)

• 1996 – at Boise State (W, 64-19)

• 2002 – vs. New Mexico St. (L, 31-35)

HEAVY HITTERS

Idaho’s schedule presents a stready

stream of ranked teams. Here’s how the

Vandals’ opposition has looked in the

polls this season.

Wk Team BCS AP USA Today

Pre Florida State 11 12

2 Florida State 10 10

3 Florida State 10 9

Ole Miss 25 25

4 Florida State 8 8

Ole Miss 21 22

Fresno State 25

5 Florida State 8 8

Ole Miss 21 21

Fresno State 25 23

6 Florida State 8 6

Fresno State 23 22

Ole Miss 24

Northern Illinois 23

7 Florida State 6 6

Fresno State 21 22

Northern Illinois 23 23

8 Florida State 5 5

Fresno State 17 19

Northern Illinois 23 23

9 Florida State 2 2 3

Fresno State 17 17 15

Northern Illinois 18 18 23

10 Florida State 3 3 3

Fresno State 16 16 18

Northern Illinois 17 21 20

11 Florida State 2 3 3

Fresno State 16 17 17

Northern Illinois 18 22 20

12 Florida State 2 2 2

Fresno State 14 16 14

Northern Illinois 15 20 21

13 Florida State 2 2 2

Fresno State 15 15 16

Northern Illinois 16 20 21

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NEWS AND NOTES

IDAHO VS. RANKED TEAMS

TEXAS STATE NOTEWORTHY

• Senior running back James Baker

(Deerfi eld Beach, Fla.) rushed for more

than 100 yards for the second time in

three games. His 114 on 24 carries was

his second highest career yardage output,

while his 24 carries were a career

best.

• Senior quarterback Taylor Davis (Anthem,

Ariz.) had career highs in passes

(35) and receptions (20).

• Freshman punter Austin Rehkow

(Veradale, Wash.) had a career high average

at 54.3 yards on three kicks. He

had his fi fth kick of more than 60 yards.

• Davis used 11 receivers during the

game with junior college transfer Dezmon

Epps (Sacramento, Calif.) leading

the way with six catches for 54 yards.

• Junior college transfer Marc Millan

(Mission Viejo, Calif.) was the team’s

tackle leader with 10.

• Millan and junior defensive end Marius

Burgsmueller (Dortmund, Germany)

had two tackles-for-loss each.

FRESNO STATE NOTEWORTHY

• Austin’s Rehkow had fi ve punts of

more than 50 yards in averaging 51.1

yards on seven punts.

• Chad Chalich’s string of passes without

an interception ended at 153 when

he threw the fi rst of his collegiate career

on Idaho’s first drive.

• Bradley Njoku had a career high 12

solo stops in totaling 15 for the game.

TEMPLE NOTEWORTHY

• The Vandals limited Temple to just 3

fi rst-half points, which were the fewest

scored by an Idaho opponent since the

Vandals held UNLV scored over the fi rst

two quarters on Sept. 18, 2010.

• True freshmen were contributing all

over the fi eld. From Richard Montgomery’s

64-yard reception from Chad Chalich

to open the scoring for the Vandals

to Austin Rehkow’s kicking (4 of 5 fi eld

goals and two PATs) and punting (average

of 45.9 yards per kick with a long of

59) to Jordan Grabski’s knocking down

Temple’s Hail Mary pass to end the

game to Steve Matlock’s start on the

offensive line, they made a difference.

Montgomery led Idaho’s receivers with

fi ve catches for 102 yards.

• Redshirt freshmen were on the map,

too, with quarterback Chad Chalich

tallying 424 yards total offense (114

rushing and 310 throwing) and receiver

Deon Watson pulling in fi ve of those for

33 yards.

• Junior defensive end Maxx Forde

was a menace all afternoon with four

quarterback hurries to go along with one

sack and two tackles for loss in his fi vetackle

effort.

• QuayShawne Buckley had three

tackles for loss to match Marc Millan’s

total at Wyoming.

• For the fourth time in fi ve games, the

Vandals controlled with clock. Idaho’s offensive

was on the fi eld 33:37 minutes.

WSU NOTEWORTHY

• Maxx Forde recovered two fumbles

against the Cougars.

• D’Mario Carter, in his fi rst starting

role, had eight total tackles – two solo

and six assists, as well as one pass interception.

• Christian Whitehead, a former walkon

awarded a scholarship this fall, had

his fi rst career interception.

• Idaho had the ball 38 minutes and six

seconds.

• Austin Rehkow had two punts of

more than 50 yards with two 57-yarders

in the third quarter.

vs. FBS (Division I-A teams only)

(based on The Associated Press poll)

Date Rank Opponent Result

11/14/42 14 at Washington State L, 0-7

11/5/42 11 at UCLA L, 13-40

10/26/46 19 vs. Oregon (HC) L, 13-26

11/15/47 18 vs. Utah at Boise W, 13-6

10/6/51 15 vs. Oregon State L, 6-34

11/10/51 17 vs. Washington State L, 6-9

9/18/54 18 vs. Oregon L, 0-41

9/29/56 18 at Oregon L, 14-21

11/17/56 11 vs. Oregon State L, 10-14

10/12/57 7 at Oregon State L, 0-20

9/24/60 3 at Washington L, 12-41

10/15/60 17 vs. Oregon State L, 8-28

11/16/68 14 at Houston L, 3-77

10/4/75 14 at Arizona State L, 3-29

9/26/98 6 at LSU L, 20-53

9/2/00 14 at Washington L, 20-44

9/22/01 13 at Washington L, 3-53

9/7/02 22 at Washington State 14-49

9/14/02 13 at Oregon 21-58

10/21/06 18 vs. Boise State L, 26-42

9/1/07 1 at USC L, 10-38

9/29/07 19 vs. Hawai`i L, 20-48

11/17/07 17 at Boise State L, 14-58

11/15/08 9 vs. Boise State L, 10-45

11/14/09 6 at Boise State L, 25-63

9/11/10 6 at Nebraska L, 17-38

11/6/10 25 vs. Nevada L, 17-63

11/12/10 4 vs. Boise State L, 14-52

9/17/11 9 at Texas A&M L, 7-37

9/15/12 3 at LSU L, 14-63

11/24/12 25 at Utah State L, 9-45

10/5/13 23 vs. Fresno State L, 14-61

OLD DOMINION NOTEWORTHY

• For the second time this season,

junior receiver Dezmon Epps pulled in

nine passes. This time it was for a career-high

175 yards, which ties for 21st

all-time at Idaho and is the most since

Maurice Shaw had 183 yards at Nevada

in 2009.

• Epps had 248 all-purpose yards with

his 26 kickoff return tally and his 47 on

punt returns. His 248 ranks fourth best

all-time and is the highest total since

Daniel Smith had 269 receiving yards

against New Mexico State in 2005.

• The Vandals’ points (38), yards of total

offense (505) and average yards per

play (6.2) all were season highs.

OLE MISS NOTEWORTHY

• Senior quarterback Taylor Davis

made his fi rst start since the 2012 fi nale

at Utah State. He was 12 of 30 for 166

yards and one touchdown – a 62-yard

connection with Dezmon Epps.

• Epps had another strong outing with

fi ve receptions for 89 yards. He added

19 punt return yards for an all-purpose

total of 107.

• True freshman Austin Rekhow continued

his booming punts with seven for

an average of 50.1 per kick.

• Sophomore Jayshawn Jordan tallied

10 solo tackles – a career best.

ARKANSAS STATE NOTEWORTHY

• Senior running back James Baker

has his best game as a Vandals with 150

yards on 23 carries. He also scored two

touchdowns.

• Junior receiver Dezmon Epps had

another strong outing with his second

eight-reception game. He totaled 91

yards and one TD for the day.

• Punter Austin Rehkow was his steady

self with an average of 44.9 yards on

nine punts. He had a long of 56, two inside

the 20 and one touchback.

• Linebacker Marc Millan had 11 total

tackles (four solo and seven assists).

• Safety Trey Williams had his fi rst career

interception, which wound up being

credited for 37 yards after his TD was

called back because of a penalty.

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NEWS AND NOTES

• Trent Cowan and Jacob Sannon

record their fi rst collegiate receptions.

Cowan pulled in an eight yarder and

Sannon had a 41-yarder – the longest

reception of the night for the Vandals.

NIU NOTEWORTHY

• Idaho’s 35 points was the most the

Vandals scored since tallying 37 in an

overtime loss to Wyoming on Sept. 22,

2012.

• Dezmon Epps (with 110 yards on

nine catches) had the fi rst 100-plus receiving

game this season and only the

seventh since 2009 when the Vandals

collectively accounted for 11 100-plus

receiving games.

• The Vandals had almost one-third

again as many (90 vs. 64) offensive

plays than they did in their opener at

North Texas.

• Austin Rehkow has had at least one

punt of more than 60 yards in each of

the Vandals’ fi rst three games. Against

NIU, it was another 62-yarder.

• Idaho’s 28 fi rst-half points is the most

the Vandals have scored in an opening

half since Oct. 23, 2010 when they

scored 31 en route to a 37-14 victory

over New Mexico State.

WYOMING NOTEWORTHY

• There was a 35-minute delay in the

game because of lightning in the Laramie

area. The Vandals also had to wait

on weather last year prior their game at

Texas State and they waited an hour before

their 2008 opener at Arizona.

• Marc Millan’s three tackles-for-loss

are the most by a single player since

Oct. 29, 2011 when Benson Mayowa

(now with the Seattle Seahawks) and

Conrad Scheidt had three each against

Hawai`i.

• True freshman punter Austin Rehkow

had another stellar day. He averaged

47.9 yards on nine punts and booted the

a 63-yarder, which ties for 12th longest

in school history.

• Rehkow also scored his fi rst collegiate

points – fi rst with a 41-yard fi eld

goal and then with a successful PAT.

• Cornerback Jayshawn Jordan had

his best game as a Vandal with eight

solo stops and one assist for nine total

tackles.

UNT NOTEWORTHY

• Redshirt freshman Chad Chalich

(Coeur d’Alene, Idaho) completed his

fi rst nine passes at North Texas en route

to a 19-of-27 (70.3 percent) effort in his

collegiate debut. He fi nished with 230

yards and one TD for an efficiency rating

of 154.15.

• At North Texas, a full 50 percent of the

64-player travel squad included players

heading into their fi rst FBS game. Five

true freshmen (DT Tueni Luepamanu,

FS Jordan Grabski, RB Richard Montgomery,

WR Jacob Sannon and K Austin

Rehkow) saw action in addition to fi ve

redshirt freshmen (LB Austin DeCoud,

SS Robert Siavii, QB Chad Chalich, OL

Calvin White and WR Deon Watson).

Additionally, there were nine transfers

(LB Eric Tuipulotu, LB Broc Westlake,

LB Marc Millan, CB Delency Parham, LB

Juan Martinez, WR Dezmon Epps, QB

Joshua McCain, RB Kristoffer Olugbode

and RB Jerrel Brown) in their fi rst games

as Vandals.

• True freshman kicker/punter Austin

Rehkow (Spokane, Wash.) was

impressive in his fi rst game as a collegiate

punter. Among his six punts were

a 62-yarder, which ties for 13th longest

all-time at Idaho, and a 60-yarder, which

ties for 15th longest all-time. He averaged

47.3 yards per kick.

• Transfer Dezmon Epps (Sacramento,

Calif.) made his debut as a receiver for

the Vandals a strong one with 94 yards

on eight catches.

UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS

Coaches who are on the fi eld during

games are: head coach Paul Petrino,

assistant head coach/offensive coordinator/receivers

Kris Cinkovich, offensive

line coach Jon Carvin, running

backs coach Jason Shumaker, secondary

coach Mike Mickens and defensive

line coach Bam Hardmon. In the press

box are: defensive coordinator/secondary

coach Ronnie Lee, quarterbacks

coach Bryce Erickson, tight ends coach

Al Pupunu and linebackers coach Eric

Brown.

MEANINGFUL RETURNS

Idaho is tied for 10th nationally in the

number of consecutive years a punt or

kickoff has been returned for a touchdown.

The Vandals have had at least

one scoring return in each of the last six

seasons. LSU leads the list with 12.

QUIRKY BITS

This fall, ESPN released a college fans

bucket list. Idaho has ties to three in the

football category this season:

• Loser’s Walk (Battle of the Palouse)

• Tailgate at the Grove (Ole Miss)

• Chief Osceola and Renegade (Florida

State)

And has been at a few of the other football

venues already:

• Tailgating with a View (Washington)

• Toomer’s Corner (Auburn)

• Pregame Haka Dance at Hawai`i

• Saturday night at LSU’s Tiger Stadium

• Yell practice at Texas A&M

• BSU’s’ blue turf

MID-SEASON INDEPENDENT

AWARDS

Phil Steele announced his midseason

all-conference teams and six Vandals

were recognized. Dezmon Epps and

Mike LaGrone earned second-team

mention on offense, while Maxx Forde,

Marc Millan and Bradley Njoku were

second-team defensive honorees, and

Austin Rehkow was on the special

teams second team.

PRESEASON INDEPENDENT

AWARDS

The independent teams have banded

together and will announce weekly offensive,

defensive and special teams

players of the week as well as all-Independent

teams at the end of the season.

The Vandals have one fi rst-team preseason

choice by Phil Steele’s College

Football in junior center Mike Marboe

(Wenatchee, Wash.). Sophomore cornerback

Solomon Dixon (Honolulu,

Hawai`i) earned second-team mention,

and senior receiver Najee Lovett (Richmond,

Calif.) and junior defensive end

Maxx Forde (Woodinville, Wash.) were

third-team choices.

NORTHERN NEIGHBORS

Nineteen FBS schools have at least one

Canadian on their roster with a total 33

playing U.S. football. Idaho’s is redshirt

freshman offensive lineman Mason

Woods, a graduate of Terry Fox Secondary

at Port Coquitlam, B.C.

ACROSS THE SEA

Woods isn’t Idaho’s only foreign player.

Defensive end/long snapper Marius

Burgsmueller hails from Dortmund, Germany.

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2013 SENIORS

#7 JAMES BAKER

Running back, Boca Raton High School,

Independence Junior College,

Deerfi eld Beach, Fla.

#57 QUAYSHAWNE BUCKLEY

Defensive tackle, Colony High School,

Ontario, Calif.

#3 D’MARIO CARTER

Safety, Kennedy High School, Central

Washington University, Seattle, Wash.

#12 TAYLOR DAVIS

Boulder Creek High School, Anthem Ariz.

#69 LARRY DUGAN

Offensive line, Gahr High School, Cerritos,

Calif.

#81 TAYLOR ELMO

Tight end, Eisenhower High School, Yakima,

Wash.

#85 CLAYTON HOMME

Tight end, Southridge High School, Kennewick,

Wash.

#91 VINCE KEENER

Defensive tackle, Westview High School,

Avondale, Ariz.

#98 AARON LAZARO

Defensive line, Otay Ranch High school,

Southwestern College, Chula Vista, Calif.

#2 NAJEE LOVETT

Receiver, St. Mary’s High School, Contra Costa

College, Richmond, Calif.

#38 BRENNETT RODSETH

Cornerback, Auburn Riverside High School,

Auburn, Wash.

#87 ROMAN RUNNER

Receiver, Freedom High School, City College

of San Francisco, Oakley, Calif.

#88 MAURICE TROTTER

Receiver, South Mountain High School, Mesa

College, Phoenix, Ariz.

#20 CHRISTIAN WHITEHEAD

Cornerback, Fairfax High School, Los Angeles,

Calif.

#7 TREY WILLIAMS

Safety, Leflore County High School, Itta Bena,

Miss.

#39 MATTHEW WILLIS

Linebacker, Palos Verdes High School, LA

Harbor College, Palos Verdes, Calif.

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#86 MICHAEL LAGRONE

Tight end, McQueen High School, Reno, Nev.


ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

# NAME POS. HT. WT. YR. EXP. PREVIOUS SCHOOL(S) HOMETOWN

7 James Baker RB 6-2 228 Sr. 1L Independence CC/Boca Raton HS Deerfi eld, Fla.

97 Brett Ballard LS 5-9 228 Fr. RS Eagle HS Eagle, Idaho

25 Desmond Banks S 6-3 192 Fr. HS Cottonwood HS Salt Lake City, Utah

79 Spencer Beale OL 6-5 319 Jr. 2L Lewiston HS Lewiston, Idaho

54 Ryan Bordner K 6-0 159 Fr. HS Bellevue High School Bellevue, Wash.

43 Quinton Bradley DE 6-4 239 So. 1L Roosevelt HS San Antonio, Texas

24 Jerrel Brown RB 6-0 220 Jr. JC San Mateo/Hillsdale HS San Mateo, Calif.

57 QuayShawne Buckley DT 6-3 303 Sr. 1L Colony High School Ontario, Calif.

94 Marius Burgsmueller DE 6-6 272 Jr. 2L Leopold Hoesch Higher Vocational Dortmund, Germany

90 Zach Cable DL 6-3 235 Fr. HS Hazen HS Renton, Wash.

3 D’Mario Carter S 5-10 215 Sr. 1L Kennedy HS/CWU Seattle, Wash.

11 Chad Chalich QB 6-0 205 Fr. RS Coeur d’Alene HS Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

20 Doug Coman RB 5-6 164 Fr. HS Woodland High School Woodland, Calif.

13 Trent Cowan WR 6-3 205 Fr. HS Union HS Camas, Wash.

78 Jesse Davis OL 6-6 286 Jr. 2L Asotin HS Asotin, Wash.

12 Taylor Davis QB 6-3 232 Sr. 2L Boulder Creek HS Anthem, Ariz.

6 Austin DeCoud LB 6-3 216 Fr. RS Redlands East Valley HS Redlands, Calif.

28 Solomon Dixon CB 5-9 164 So. 1L McKinley HS Honolulu, Hawai`i

69 Larry Dugan OL 6-2 360 Sr. 1L Gahr HS Cerritos, Calif.

82 Jeavante Dunn WR 5-10 175 Fr. HS Eagle River High School Eagle River, Alaska

71 Nick Edenfi eld OL 6-4 280 Fr. HS Columbia HS Nampa, Idaho

99 Jordan Edginton LB 6-1 220 Fr. HS Rigby HS Rigby, Idaho

55 Ryan Edwards DL 6-3 291 So. 1L Long Beach Poly Long Beach, Calif.

60 Cody Elenz OL 6-4 287 So. 1L Copperas Cove HS Copperas Cove, Texas

81 Taylor Elmo TE 6-4 257 Sr. 3L Eisenhower HS Yakima, Wash.

1 Dezmon Epps WR 5-10 170 Jr. JC Grant HS/CC of San Francisco Sacramento, Calif.

19 Chris Featherstone WR 5-9 162 Jr. JC Santa Monica HS/College of the Desert Los Angeles, Calif.

40 Maxx Forde DE 6-5 261 Jr. 2L Woodinville HS Woodinville, Wash.

47 Jordan Grabski DB 6-0 171 Fr. HS Southeast HS Bradenton, Fla.

52 A.J. Harris LB 5-8 221 Fr. HS Valley Christian HS Pleasanton, Calif.

14 Armond Hawkins CB 5-10 175 Fr. HS Rancho Cucamonga HS Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

30 Tom Hennessey S 5-11 193 Jr. 1L Mountain Home HS Mountain Home, Idaho

85 Clayton Homme TE 6-5 245 Sr. 3L Southridge HS Kennewick, Wash.

4 Jayshawn Jordan CB 5-9 175 So. 1L O’Dea HS Seattle, Wash.

37 Tanner Kauffman WR 6-1 200 Fr. HS Rocky Mountain HS Meridian, Idaho

91 Vince Keener DT 6-4 263 Sr. 3L Westview HS Avondale, Ariz.

84 Jared Klingenberg TE 6-4 246 So. RS Cedarcrest HS Carnation, Wash.

86 Michael LaGrone TE 6-2 273 Sr. 3L McQueen HS Reno, Nev.

98 Aaron Lazaro DL 6-4 290 Sr. 1L Otay Ranch HS/Southwestern Chula Vista, Calif.

32 Eric Lemke TE 6-4 246 Fr. RS Issaquah HS Issaquah, Wash.

10 Matt Linehan QB 6-3 185 Fr. HS St. Mary’s HS Orchard Lake, Mich.

2 Najee Lovett WR 5-9 168 Sr. 1L Contra Costa/St.Mary’s HS Berkeley, Calif.

44 Tueni Luepamanu DL 6-1 263 Fr. HS Herriman HS Herriman, Utah

68 Sione Maile OL 6-1 293 Jr. JC San Leandro HS/College of San Mateo Oakland, Calif.

45 Jake Manley FB 6-0 237 So. 1L Salmon River HS Riggins, Idaho

74 Mike Marboe OL 6-2 296 Jr. 2L Wenatchee HS Wenatchee, Wash.

41 Juan Martinez LB 6-3 225 Jr. JC CC of San Francisco/Napa HS Napa, Calif.

61 Steven Matlock OL 6-2 276 Fr. HS Capital High School Boise, Idaho

8 Joshua McCain QB 6-2 185 Jr. JC Piedmont Hills HS/DeAnza College San Jose, Calif.

89 Max McIntosh WR 6-1 181 Jr. JC Rogers High School/Central Washington Puyallup, Wash.

23 Marc Millan LB 6-1 215 Jr. JC Santa Ana/Mission Viejo HS Mission Viejo, Calif.

4 Richard Montgomery RB 5-8 180 Fr. HS Atlantic Coast HS Jacksonville, Fla.

3 Rueben Mwehla WR 5-10 198 Fr. HS Bellevue HS Bellevue, Wash.

93 Matthew Neal DT 6-3 260 Fr. RS Merrillville HS Merrillville, Ind.

2 Bradley Njoku S 6-1 202 Jr. 2L Leander HS Leander, Texas

21 Kristoffer Olugbode RB 5-9 200 So. JC CC of San Francisco/Bellarmine Prep San Jose, Calif.

27 Delency Parham CB 5-11 180 Jr. JC Santa Barbara City College/Berkeley HS Oakland, Calif.

36 Justin Parkins RB 5-9 198 So. 1L Moscow HS Moscow, Idaho

23 Jordan Pastras WR 6-2 200 So. TR Post Falls HS Post Falls, Idaho

16 Justin Podrabsky TE 6-6 256 Jr. 1L Lewiston HS Lewiston, Idaho

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

# NAME POS. HT. WT. YR. EXP. PREVIOUS SCHOOL(S) HOMETOWN

34 Chance Poe TE 6-0 198 Fr. HS Payette HS Payette, Idaho

1 James Randall LB 5-11 222 So. 1L/RS Compton HS Compton, Calif.

5 Austin Rehkow K 6-3 202 Fr. HS Central Valley HS Veradale, Wash.

5 Anthony Rice DL 6-2 251 Jr. JC Edmondson HS/Hartnell College Baltimore, Md.

38 Brennett Rodseth CB 5-9 185 Sr. SQ Auburn Riverside HS Auburn, Wash.

87 Roman Runner WR 6-0 185 Sr. 1L Freedom HS/CC of San Francisco Oakley, Calif.

55 Dallas Sandberg OL 6-5 311 So. 1L Bradshaw Mountain HS Prescott Valley, Ariz.

80 Jacob Sannon WR 5-11 177 Fr. HS Southeast HS Bradenton, Fla.

96 Will Schmidt DL 6-3 215 Fr. HS O’Dea HS Seattle, Wash.

43 Kevin Shelton FB 6-3 247 Fr. HS Auburn HS Auburn, Wash.

46 Russell Siavii LB 6-2 185 Fr. RS Leilehua HS Wahaiwa, Hawai`i

51 Alex Stork LB 6-1 239 Fr. HS Klamath Union HS Klamath Falls, Ore.

42 Brady Strodtbeck FB 6-0 225 Fr. HS Timberline HS Boise, Idaho

35 Jack Tate S 5-11 184 Fr. HS Timberline HS Boise, Idaho

59 Brett Thompson OL 6-5 318 Fr. HS Minico HS Rupert, Idaho

88 Maurice Trotter WR 5-11 193 Sr. 1L Mesa/South Mountain HS Phoenix, Ariz.

8 Eric Tuipulotu LB 5-11 215 Jr. JC San Mateo/Serra HS Menlo Park, Calif.

31 Jordan Vielma LB 5-9 209 Fr. HS Bonneville High School Idaho Falls, Idaho

70 Niklaus Von Rotz OL 6-5 292 Jr. SQ Butte Community/Chico HS Chico, Calif.

83 Deon Watson WR 6-4 213 Fr. RS Coeur d’Alene HS Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

22 Brandon Wells LB 6-0 257 Jr. TR Rogers High School Puyallup, Wash.

10 Broc Westlake LB 6-3 225 So. JC Sierra College/Reed HS Sparks, Nev.

73 Ben Westrum OL 6-7 303 So. RS Black Hills HS Tumwater, Wash.

63 Calvin White OL 6-5 258 Fr. RS Marysville-Pilchuck HS Marysville, Wash.

20 Christian Whitehead CB 5-10 173 Sr. 1L Fairfax HS Los Angeles, Calif.

26 Andrew Williams RB 5-11 185 Fr. RS Cosumnes Oaks HS Elk Grove, Calif.

7 Trey Williams S 6-2 206 Sr. 3L Lefl ore County HS Itta Bena, Miss.

39 Matthew Willis LB 6-0 230 Sr. 1L LA Harbor/Palos Verdes HS Palos Verdes, Calif.

18 Khayree Womack DB 5-9 191 Jr. JC Otay Ranch HS/Grossmont Community College Chula Vista, Calif.

67 Mason Woods OL 6-9 333 Fr. RS Terry Fox Secondary Port Coquitlam, B.C.

# FIRST LAST PRONUNCIATION

24 Jerrel Brown JA-rel

57 QuayShawne Buckley KWAY-shawn

94 Marius Burgsmueller MAR-e-us BURGS-mueller

11 Chad Chalich CHAL-itch

13 Trent Cowan COW-an

82 Jeavante Dunn Jah VON tay

71 Nick Edenfield ED-in-field

99 Jordan Edginton EDGE-in-ton

60 Cody Elenz A-lens

40 Maxx Forde Ford

14 Armond Hawkins R-mond

85 Clayton Homme HA-me

4 Jayshawn Jordan JAY-shawn

86 Michael LaGrone LA-groan

32 Eric Lemke LEM-key

10 Matt Linehan LEN-a-han

2 Najee Lovett NAH-gee LOVE-et

IDAHO PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

# FIRST LAST PRONUNCIATION

44 Tueni Luepamanu TWEN-e LOU-pay-ma-new

68 Sione Maile CEE-you-nay MY-lay

74 Mike Marboe MAR-bow

23 Marc Millan MEE-ahn

3 Rueben Mwehla M-well-ah

2 Bradley Njoku N-joe-coo

21 Kristoffer Olugbode O-lou-bow-day

27 Delency Parham PAR-ham

23 Jordan Pastras POSS-tras

16 Justin Podrabsky PO-drab-ski

5 Austin Rehkow REE-co

80 Jacob Sannon SAN-un

46 Russell Siavii SEE-ah-vee-e

8 Eric Tuipulotu TWO-e-puh-low-two

31 Jordan Vielma VEE-el-muh

18 Khayree Womack KY-ree

Moscow MOSS-co

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# NAME POS. HT. WT. YR. EXP. PREVIOUS SCHOOL(S) HOMETOWN

1 Dezmon Epps WR 5-10 170 Jr. JC Grant HS/CC of San Francisco Sacramento, Calif.

1 James Randall LB 5-11 222 So. 1L/RS Compton HS Compton, Calif.

2 Najee Lovett WR 5-9 168 Sr. 1L Contra Costa/St.Mary’s HS Berkeley, Calif.

2 Bradley Njoku S 6-1 202 Jr. 2L Leander HS Leander, Texas

3 D’Mario Carter S 5-10 215 Sr. 1L Kennedy HS/CWU Seattle, Wash.

3 Rueben Mwehla WR 5-10 198 Fr. HS Bellevue HS Bellevue, Wash.

4 Jayshawn Jordan CB 5-9 175 So. 1L O’Dea HS Seattle, Wash.

4 Richard Montgomery RB 5-8 180 Fr. HS Atlantic Coast HS Jacksonville, Fla.

5 Anthony Rice DL 6-2 251 Jr. JC Edmondson HS/Hartnell College Baltimore, Md.

5 Austin Rehkow K 6-3 202 Fr. HS Central Valley HS Veradale, Wash.

6 Austin DeCoud LB 6-3 216 Fr. RS Redlands East Valley HS Redlands, Calif.

7 James Baker RB 6-2 228 Sr. 1L Independence CC/Boca Raton HS Deerfi eld, Fla.

7 Trey Williams S 6-2 206 Sr. 3L Lefl ore County HS Itta Bena, Miss.

8 Joshua McCain QB 6-2 185 Jr. JC Piedmont Hills HS/DeAnza College San Jose, Calif.

8 Eric Tuipulotu LB 5-11 215 Jr. JC San Mateo/Serra HS Menlo Park, Calif.

10 Matt Linehan QB 6-3 185 Fr. HS St. Mary’s HS Orchard Lake, Mich.

10 Broc Westlake LB 6-3 225 So. JC Sierra College/Reed HS Sparks, Nev.

11 Chad Chalich QB 6-0 205 Fr. RS Coeur d’Alene HS Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

12 Taylor Davis QB 6-3 232 Sr. 2L Boulder Creek HS Anthem, Ariz.

13 Trent Cowan WR 6-3 205 Fr. HS Union HS Camas, Wash.

14 Armond Hawkins CB 5-10 175 Fr. HS Rancho Cucamonga HS Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

16 Justin Podrabsky TE 6-6 256 Jr. 1L Lewiston HS Lewiston, Idaho

18 Khayree Womack DB 5-9 191 Jr. JC Otay Ranch HS/Grossmont Community College Chula Vista, Calif.

19 Chris Featherstone WR 5-9 162 Jr. JC Santa Monica HS/College of the Desert Los Angeles, Calif.

20 Doug Coman RB 5-6 164 Fr. HS Woodland High School Woodland, Calif.

20 Christian Whitehead CB 5-10 173 Sr. 1L Fairfax HS Los Angeles, Calif.

21 Kristoffer Olugbode RB 5-9 200 So. JC CC of San Francisco/Bellarmine Prep San Jose, Calif.

22 Brandon Wells LB 6-0 257 Jr. TR Rogers High School Puyallup, Wash.

23 Marc Millan LB 6-1 215 Jr. JC Santa Ana/Mission Viejo HS Mission Viejo, Calif.

23 Jordan Pastras WR 6-2 200 So. TR Post Falls HS Post Falls, Idaho

24 Jerrel Brown RB 6-0 220 Jr. JC San Mateo/Hillsdale HS San Mateo, Calif.

25 Desmond Banks S 6-3 192 Fr. HS Cottonwood HS Salt Lake City, Utah

26 Andrew Williams RB 5-11 185 Fr. RS Cosumnes Oaks HS Elk Grove, Calif.

27 Delency Parham CB 5-11 180 Jr. JC Santa Barbara City College/Berkeley HS Oakland, Calif.

28 Solomon Dixon CB 5-9 164 So. 1L McKinley HS Honolulu, Hawai`i

30 Tom Hennessey S 5-11 193 Jr. 1L Mountain Home HS Mountain Home, Idaho

31 Jordan Vielma LB 5-9 209 Fr. HS Bonneville HS Idaho Falls, Idaho

32 Eric Lemke TE 6-4 246 Fr. RS Issaquah HS Issaquah, Wash.

34 Chance Poe TE 6-0 198 Fr. HS Payette HS Payette, Idaho

35 Jack Tate S 5-11 184 Fr. HS Timberline HS Boise, Idaho

36 Justin Parkins RB 5-9 198 So. 1L Moscow HS Moscow, Idaho

37 Tanner Kauffman WR 6-1 200 Fr. HS Rocky Mountain HS Meridian, Idaho

38 Brennett Rodseth CB 5-9 185 Sr. SQ Auburn Riverside HS Auburn, Wash.

39 Matthew Willis LB 6-0 230 Sr. 1L LA Harbor/Palos Verdes HS Palos Verdes, Calif.

40 Maxx Forde DE 6-5 261 Jr. 2L Woodinville HS Woodinville, Wash.

41 Juan Martinez LB 6-3 225 Jr. JC CC of San Francisco/Napa HS Napa, Calif.

42 Brady Strodtbeck FB 6-0 225 Fr. HS Timberline HS Boise, Idaho

43 Quinton Bradley DE 6-4 239 So. 1L Roosevelt HS San Antonio, Texas

43 Kevin Shelton FB 6-3 247 Fr. HS Auburn HS Auburn, Wash.

44 Tueni Luepamanu DL 6-1 263 Fr. HS Herriman HS Herriman, Utah

45 Jake Manley FB 6-0 237 So. 1L Salmon River HS Riggins, Idaho

46 Russell Siavii LB 6-2 185 Fr. RS Leilehua HS Wahaiwa, Hawai`i

47 Jordan Grabski DB 6-0 171 Fr. HS Southeast HS Bradenton, Fla.

51 Alex Stork LB 6-1 239 Fr. HS Klamath Union HS Klamath Falls, Ore.

52 A.J. Harris LB 5-8 221 Fr. HS Valley Christian HS Pleasanton, Calif.

54 Ryan Bordner K 6-0 159 Fr. HS Bellevue High School Bellevue, Wash.

55 Ryan Edwards DL 6-3 291 So. 1L Long Beach Poly Long Beach, Calif.

55 Dallas Sandberg OL 6-5 311 So. 1L Bradshaw Mountain HS Prescott Valley, Ariz.

57 QuayShawne Buckley DT 6-3 303 Sr. 1L Colony High School Ontario, Calif.

59 Brett Thompson OL 6-5 318 Fr. HS Minico HS Rupert, Idaho

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# NAME POS. HT. WT. YR. EXP. PREVIOUS SCHOOL(S) HOMETOWN

60 Cody Elenz OL 6-4 287 So. 1L Copperas Cove HS Copperas Cove, Texas

61 Steven Matlock OL 6-2 276 Fr. HS Capital HS Boise, Idaho

63 Calvin White OL 6-5 258 Fr. RS Marysville-Pilchuck HS Marysville, Wash.

67 Mason Woods OL 6-9 333 Fr. RS Terry Fox Secondary Port Coquitlam, B.C.

68 Sione Maile OL 6-1 293 Jr. JC San Leandro HS/College of San Mateo Oakland, Calif.

69 Larry Dugan OL 6-2 360 Sr. 1L Gahr HS Cerritos, Calif.

70 Niklaus Von Rotz OL 6-5 292 Jr. RS Butte Community/Chico HS Chico, Calif.

71 Nick Edenfi eld OL 6-4 280 Fr. HS Columbia HS Nampa, Idaho

73 Ben Westrum OL 6-7 303 So. RS Black Hills HS Tumwater, Wash.

74 Mike Marboe OL 6-2 296 Jr. 2L Wenatchee HS Wenatchee, Wash.

78 Jesse Davis OL 6-6 286 Jr. 2L Asotin HS Asotin, Wash.

79 Spencer Beale OL 6-5 319 Jr. 2L Lewiston HS Lewiston, Idaho

80 Jacob Sannon WR 5-11 177 Fr. HS Southeast HS Bradenton, Fla.

81 Taylor Elmo TE 6-4 257 Sr. 3L Eisenhower HS Yakima, Wash.

82 Jeavante Dunn WR 5-10 175 Fr. HS Eagle River High School Eagle River, Alaska

83 Deon Watson WR 6-4 213 Fr. RS Coeur d’Alene HS Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

84 Jared Klingenberg TE 6-4 246 So. RS Cedarcrest HS Carnation, Wash.

85 Clayton Homme TE 6-5 245 Sr. 3L Southridge HS Kennewick, Wash.

86 Michael LaGrone TE 6-2 273 Sr. 3L McQueen HS Reno, Nev.

87 Roman Runner WR 6-0 185 Sr. 1L Freedom HS/CC of San Francisco Oakley, Calif.

88 Maurice Trotter WR 5-11 193 Sr. 1L Mesa/South Mountain HS Phoenix, Ariz.

89 Max McIntosh WR 6-1 181 Jr. JC Rogers High School/Central Washington Puyallup, Wash.

90 Zach Cable DL 6-3 235 Fr. HS Hazen HS Renton, Wash.

91 Vince Keener DT 6-4 263 Sr. 3L Westview HS Avondale, Ariz.

93 Matthew Neal DT 6-3 260 Fr. RS Merrillville HS Merrillville, Ind.

94 Marius Burgsmueller DE 6-6 272 Jr. 2L Leopold Hoesch Higher Vocational Dortmund, Germany

96 Will Schmidt DL 6-3 215 Fr. HS O’Dea HS Seattle, Wash.

97 Brett Ballard LS 5-9 228 Fr. RS Eagle HS Eagle, Idaho

98 Aaron Lazaro DL 6-4 290 Sr. 1L Otay Ranch HS/Southwestern Chula Vista, Calif.

99 Jordan Edginton LB 6-1 220 Fr. HS Rigby HS Rigby, Idaho

# FIRST LAST PRONUNCIATION

24 Jerrel Brown JA-rel

57 QuayShawne Buckley KWAY-shawn

94 Marius Burgsmueller MAR-e-us BURGS-mueller

11 Chad Chalich CHAL-itch

13 Trent Cowan COW-an

82 Jeavante Dunn Jah VON tay

71 Nick Edenfield ED-in-field

99 Jordan Edginton EDGE-in-ton

60 Cody Elenz A-lens

40 Maxx Forde Ford

14 Armond Hawkins R-mond

85 Clayton Homme HA-me

4 Jayshawn Jordan JAY-shawn

86 Michael LaGrone LA-groan

32 Eric Lemke LEM-key

10 Matt Linehan LEN-a-han

2 Najee Lovett NAH-gee LOVE-et

IDAHO PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

# FIRST LAST PRONUNCIATION

44 Tueni Luepamanu TWEN-e LOU-pay-ma-new

68 Sione Maile CEE-you-nay MY-lay

74 Mike Marboe MAR-bow

23 Marc Millan MEE-ahn

3 Rueben Mwehla M-well-ah

2 Bradley Njoku N-joe-coo

21 Kristoffer Olugbode O-lou-bow-day

27 Delency Parham PAR-ham

23 Jordan Pastras POSS-tras

16 Justin Podrabsky PO-drab-ski

5 Austin Rehkow REE-co

80 Jacob Sannon SAN-un

46 Russell Siavii SEE-ah-vee-e

8 Eric Tuipulotu TWO-e-puh-low-two

31 Jordan Vielma VEE-el-muh

18 Khayree Womack KY-ree

Moscow MOSS-co

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OFFENSE

X 83 Deon Watson 6-4 213 Fr. RS Coeur d’Alene HS Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

87 Roman Runner 6-0 185 Sr. 1L Freedom HS/CC of San Francisco Oakley, Calif.

W 1 Dezmon Epps 5-10 170 Jr. JC Grant HS/CC of San Francisco Sacramento, Calif.

13 Trent Cowan 6-3 205 Fr. HS Union High School Camas, Wash.

TE 86 Mike LaGrone 6-2 273 Sr. 3L McQueen HS Reno, Nev.

84 Jared Klingenberg 6-4 246 So. RS Cedarcrest HS Carnation, Wash.

QT 67 Mason Woods 6-9 333 Fr. RS Terry Fox Secondary Port Coquitlam, B.C.

63 Calvin White 6-5 258 Fr. RS Marysville-Pilchuck HS Marysville, Wash.

QG 79 Spencer Beale 6-5 319 Jr. 2L Lewiston HS Lewiston, Idaho

or 68 Sione Maile 6-1 293 Jr. JC San Leandro HS/College of San Mateo Oakland, Calif.

C 74 Mike Marboe 6-2 296 Jr. 2L Wenatchee HS Wenatchee, Wash.

79 Spencer Beale 6-5 319 Jr. 2L Lewiston HS Lewiston, Idaho

SG 61 Steve Matlock 6-2 276 Fr. HS Capital HS Boise, Idaho

69 Larry Dugan 6-2 360 Sr. 1L Gahr HS Cerritos, Calif.

ST 70 Nick Von Rotz 6-5 292 Jr. SQ Butte Community/Chico HS Chico, Calif.

59 Brett Thompson 6-5 318 Fr. HS Minico HS Rupert, Idaho

Y 85 Clayton Homme 6-5 245 Sr. 3L Southridge HS Kennewick, Wash.

86 Mike LaGrone 6-2 273 Sr. 3L McQueen HS Reno, Nev.

Z 2 Najee Lovett 5-9 168 Sr. 1L Contra Costa/St.Mary’s HS Berkeley, Calif.

3 Rueben Mwehla 5-10 198 Fr. HS Bellevue HS Bellevue, Wash.

RB 7 James Baker 6-2 228 Sr. 1L Independence College/Boca Raton HS Deerfield Beach, Fla.

21 Kristoffer Olugbode 5-9 200 So. JC CC of San Francisco/Bellarmine Prep San Jose, Calif.

or 4 Richard Montgomery 5-8 180 Fr. HS Atlantic Coast HS Jacksonville, Fla.

FB 43 Kevin Shelton 6-3 247 Fr. HS Auburn HS Auburn, Wash.

QB 12 Taylor Davis 6-3 232 Sr. 2L Boulder Creek HS Anthem, Ariz.

or 11 Chad Chalich 6-0 205 Fr. RS Coeur d’Alene HS Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

or 8 Joshua McCain 6-2 185 Jr. JC Piedmont Hills HS/DeAnza College San Jose, Calif.

DEFENSE

E 40 Maxx Forde 6-5 261 Jr. 2L Woodinville HS Woodinville, Wash.

94 Marius Burgsmueller 6-6 272 Jr. 2L Leopold Hoesch Higher Vocational Dortmund, Germany

N 57 QuayShawne Buckley 6-3 303 Sr. 1L Colony High School Ontario, Calif

55 Ryan Edwards 6-3 291 So. 1L Long Beach Poly Long Beach, Calif.

DT 91 Vince Keener 6-4 263 Sr. 3L Westview HS Avondale, Ariz.

57 QuayShawne Buckley 6-3 303 Sr. 1L Colony High School Ontario, Calif

R 94 Marius Burgsmueller 6-6 272 Jr. 2L Leopold Hoesch Higher Vocational Dortmund, Germany

43 Quinton Bradley 6-4 239 So. 1L Roosevelt HS San Antonio, Texas

SLB 23 Marc Millan 6-1 215 Jr. JC Santa Ana/Mission Viejo HS Mission Viejo, Calif.

10 Broc Westlake 6-3 225 So. JC Sierra College/Reed HS Sparks, Nev.

MLB 41 Juan Martinez 6-3 225 Jr. JC CC of San Francisco/Napa HS Napa, Calif.

10 Broc Westlake 6-3 225 So. JC Sierra College/Reed HS Sparks, Nev.

WLB 8 Eric Tuipulotu 5-11 215 Jr. JC San Mateo/Serra HS Menlo Park, Calif.

or 39 Matt Willis 6-0 230 Sr. 1L LA Harbor/Palos Verdes HS Palos Verdes, Calif.

CB 4 Jayshawn Jordan 5-9 175 So. 1L O’Dea HS Seattle, Wash.

20 Christian Whitehead 5-10 173 Sr. 1L Fairfax HS Los Angeles, Calif.

CB 28 Solomon Dixon 5-9 164 So. 1L McKinley HS Honolulu, Hawai`i

or 25 Desmond Banks 6-3 192 Fr. HS Cottonwood HS Salt Lake City, Utah

FS 2 Bradley Njoku 6-1 202 Jr. 2L Leander HS Leander, Texas

3 D’Mario Carter 5-10 215 Sr. 1L Central Washington/Kennedy HS Seattle, Wash.

SS 7 Trey Williams 6-2 206 Sr. 3L Leflore County HS Itta Bena, Miss

30 Tom Hennessey 5-11 193 Jr. 1L Mountain Home HS Mountain Home, Idaho

SPECIAL TEAMS

K 5 Austin Rehkow 6-3 202 Fr. HS Central Valley HS Veradale, Wash.

P 5 Austin Rehkow 6-3 202 Fr. HS Central Valley HS Veradale, Wash.

LS 94 Marius Burgsmueller 6-6 272 Jr. 2L Leopold Hoesch Higher Vocational Dortmund, Germany

97 Brett Ballard 5-9 228 Fr. RS Eagle HS Eagle, Idaho

KR 1 Dezmon Epps 5-10 170 Jr. JC Grant HS/CC of San Francisco Sacramento, Calif.

4 Richard Montgomery 5-8 180 Fr. HS Atlantic Coast HS Jacksonville, Fla.

PR 1 Dezmon Epps 5-10 170 Jr. JC Grant HS/CC of San Francisco Sacramento, Calif.

4 Richard Montgomery 5-8 180 Fr. HS Atlantic Coast HS Jacksonville, Fla.

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OFFENSE

Opp. WR TE QT QG C SG ST QB WR RB RB K

UNT Epps (W) Homme (Y) Elenz Von Rotz Marboe Sandberg J. Davis Chalich Watson (X) Brown Montgomery Rehkow

UW Runner (W) Homme (Y) White Von Rotz Marboe Sandberg J. Davis Chalich Lovett (Z) Olugbode Elmo (Y) Rehkow

NIU Epps (W) LaGrone (Y) Elenz Von Rotz Marboe Sandberg J. Davis Chalich Lovett (Z) Klingenberg (T) Montgomery Rehkow

WSU Epps (W) LaGrone (Y) Elenz Von Rotz Marboe Sandberg J. Davis Chalich Watson (X) Manley (FB) Montgomery Rehkow

TU Lovett (Z) LaGrone (Y) Elenz Matlock Marboe Beale Von Rotz Chalich Watson (X) Elmo (T) Montgomery Rehkow

FSU Epps (W) LaGrone (Y) Elenz Matlock Marboe Beale Von Rotz Chalich Watson (X) Lovett (Z) Olugbode Rehkow

ASU Lovett (Z) LaGrone (Y) Elenz Matlock Marboe Beale J.Davis Chalich Watson (X) Manley (FB) Baker Rehkow

OLE MISS Lovett (Z) Elmo (Y) Elenz Matlock Marboe Beale Von Rotz T. Davis Watson (X) Manley (FB) Baker Rehkow

TSU Epps (W) Homme (Y) Elenz Matlock Marboe Maile Von Rotz T. Davis Watson (X) Shelton (FB) Baker Rehkow

ODU Cowan Homme (Y) Woods Matlock Marboe Maile Von Rotz T. Davis Watson (X) Shelton (FB) Baker Rehkow

FSU

NMSU

DEFENSE

Opp. E N DT R SLB MLB WLB CB CB FS SS P

UNT Forde Edwards Keener Bradley Millan Martinez Tuipulotu Parham Dixon Njoku Grabski Rehkow

UW Forde Edwards Keener Bradley Millan Martinez Tuipulotu Jordan Dixon Njoku Grabski Rehkow

NIU Forde Edwards Keener Bradley Millan Martinez Tuipulotu Jordan Dixon Njoku Williams Rehkow

WSU Forde Edwards Buckley Burgsmueller Millan Martinez Tuipulotu Jordan Parham Njoku Carter Rehkow

TU Forde Buckley Keener Burgsmueller Millan Martinez Tuipulotu Whitehead Dixon Njoku Williams Rehkow

FSU Forde Buckley Keener Burgsmueller Millan Martinez Tuipulotu Jordan Dixon Njoku Williams Rehkow

ASU Forde Buckley Keener Burgsmueller Millan Martinez Tuipulotu Jordan Parham Njoku Siavii Rehkow

OLE MISS Forde Buckley Keener Burgsmueller Millan Martinez Willis Jordan Banks Njoku Williams Rehkow

TSU Forde Buckley Keener Burgsmueller Millan Martinez Willis Jordan Banks Njoku Williams Rehkow

ODU Forde Buckley Keener Burgsmueller Millan Martinez Willis Jordan Parham Njoku Williams Rehkow

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THIS WEEK ~ INDEPENDENTS/IDAHO OPPONENTS

AUGUST

29 Fresno State 52, Rutgers 51

Ole Miss 39, Vanderbilt 35

31 North Texas 40, Idaho 6

Nebraska 37, Wyoming 34

Northern Illinois 30, Iowa 27

Auburn 31, Washington State 24

Notre Dame 28, Temple 6

Arkansas State 62, Ark.-Pine Bluff 11

Texas State 22, Southern Miss 15

East Carolina 52, Old Dominion 38

Texas 56, New Mexico State 7

SEPTEMBER

2 Florida State 41, Pittsburgh 13

7 Wyoming 42, Idaho 10

Ohio 27, North Texas 21

Washington State 10, USC 7

Houston 22, Temple 13

Fresno State 41, Cal Poly 25

Auburn 38, Arkansas State 9

Ole Miss 31, Southeast Missouri 13

Texas State 28, Prairie View A&M 3

Maryland 47, Old Dominion 10

Minnesota 44, New Mexico State 21

12 Troy at Arkansas State

14 Northern Illinois 45, Idaho 35

North Texas 34, Ball State 27

Wyoming 35, Northern Colorado 7

Washington State 48, So. Utah 10

Fordham 30, Temple 29

Fresno State at Colorado, ppd

Ole Miss 44, Texas 23

Old Dominion 76, Howard 19

Florida State 62, Nevada 7

UTEP 43, New Mexico State 21

20 Fresno State 41, Boise State 40

21 Washington State 42, Idaho 0

Georgia 45, North Texas 21

Wyoming 56, Air Force 23

Northern Illinois 43, E. Illinois 39

Memphis 31, Arkansas State 7

Texas Tech 33, Texas State 7

Old Dominion 59, The Citadel 58

Florida State 54, Bethune Cookman 6

UCLA 59, New Mexico State 13

28 Idaho 26, Temple 24

Texas State 42, Wyoming 21

Northern Illinois 55, Purdue 24

Stanford 55, Washington State 17

Fresno State 42, Hawai`i 37

Missouri 41, Arkansas State 19

Alabama 25, Ole Miss 0

Old Dominion 66, Albany 10

Florida State 48, Boston College 34

San Diego St. 26, New Mexico St. 16

INDEPENDENTS

W-L PCT. PTS. OPP

Old Dominion 8-3 .727 508 328

Notre Dame 7-3 .700 282 235

BYU 7-3 .700 335 210

Navy 6-4 .600 335 252

Army 3-7 .300 244 296

Idaho 1-9 .100 188 457

New Mexico State 1-9 .100 217 464

This week

Independents

Saturday

Idaho at Florida State

Western Kentucky at Army

Boston College at NM State

BYU at Wisconsin

Hawai`i at Navy

Notre Dame at Pittsburgh

OCTOBER

5 Fresno State 61, Idaho 14

New Mexico 66, New Mexico State 17

Tulane 24, North Texas 21

Northern Illinois 38, Kent State 24

Washington State 44, California 22

Louisville 30, Temple 7

Auburn 30, Ole Miss 22

UL-Lafayette 48, Texas State 24

Old Dominion 21, Liberty 17

Florida State 63, Maryland 0

11 Cincinnati 38, Temple 20

12 Arkansas State 48, Idaho 24

North Texas 34, Mid. Tennessee 7

Wyoming 38, New Mexico 31

Northern Illinois 27, Akron 23

Oregon State 52, Washington State 24

Texas A&M 41, Ole Miss 38

Louisiana-Monroe 21, Texas State 14

19 North Texas 28, Louisiana Tech 13

Colorado State 52, Wyoming 22

Northern Illinois 38, Central Michigan 17

Oregon 62, Washington State 38

Temple 33, Army 14

Fresno State 38, 14

Ole Miss 27, LSU 24

Texas State 24, Georgia State 17

Pittsburgh 35, Old Dominion 14

Florida State 51, Clemson 14

Rice 45, New Mexico State 19

22 UL-Lafayette 23, Arkansas State 7

26 Ole Miss 59, Idaho 14

North Texas 55, Southern Miss 14

San Jose State 51, Wyoming 44

Northern Illinois 59, Eastern Michigan 20

Southern Methodist 59, Temple 49

Fresno State 35, San Diego State 28

Texas State 33, South Alabama 31

Old Dominion 27, Norfolk State 24

Florida State 49, North Carolina State 17

New Mexico State 34, Abilene Christian 29

31 North Texas 28, Rice 16

Arizona State 55, Washington State 21

NOVEMBER

2 Texas State 37, Idaho 21

Northern Illinois 63, Massachusetts 19

Rutgers 23, Temple 20

Fresno State 41, Nevada 23

Arkansas State 17, South Alabama 16

Old Dominion 66, Rhode Island 14

Florida State 41, Miami 14

UL-Lafayette 49, New Mexico State 35

9 Old Dominion 59, Idaho 38

North Texas 41, UTEP 7

Fresno State 48, Wyoming 10

Arkansas State 42, Louisiana-Monroe 14

Ole Miss 34, Arkansas 24

Florida State 59, Wake Forest 3

Boston College 48, New Mexico State 34

13 Northern Illinois 48, Ball State 27

16 Boise State 48, Wyoming 7

Washington State 24, Arizona 17

Central Florida 39, Temple 36

Arkansas State 38, Texas State 21

Ole Miss 51, Troy 21

Old Dominion 42, Campbell 14

Florida State 59, Syracuse 3

20 Northern Illinois at Toledo

23 Idaho at Florida State

UTSA at North Texas

Hawai`i at Wyoming

Utah at Washington State

Connecticut at Temple

New Mexico at Fresno State

Georgia State at Arkansas State

Missouri at Ole Miss

Western Kentucky at Texas State

Old Dominion at North Carolina

New Mexico State at Florida Atlantic

26 W. Michigan at Northern Illinois

28 Ole Miss at Mississippi State

29 Washington State at Washington

Fresno State at San Jose State

Texas State at Troy

30 Idaho at New Mexico State

North Texas at Tulsa

Wyoming at Utah State

Temple at Memphis

Arkansas State at W. Kentucky

Florida State at Florida

DECEMBER

6 Mid-American Conference

Championship game

7 Mountain West Conference

Championship game

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THE BEST EVER

THE BEST EVER

LONGEST PASS PLAYS

1. 98* John Friesz to Lee Allen

at Northern Arizona Oct. 8, 1989

2. 92* Brian Lindgren to Jimmy Labita

vs. North Texas Oct. 11, 2003

3. 91 Rob Petrillo to Jack Klein

1979

4. 84 Eric Hisaw to Kyle Gary

1994

5. 83* Doug Nussmeier to Andy Gilroy

vs. Boston University Dec. 4, 1993

6. 82* Brian Brennan to Kyle Gary

at Boise State Nov. 19, 1994

82 Pat West to Ronnie White

1991

82* John Friesz to Lee Allen

vs. Eastern Washington Oct. 21, 1989

82* Dennis Ballock to Tim Coles

vs. Boise State 1974

10. 81* Nathan Enderle to Daniel Hardy

vs. Boise State Nov. 15, 2008

81 Doug Nussmeier to Kasey Dunn

1991

12. 80* Doug Nussmeier to Alan Allen

vs. Northern Arizona Oct. 31, 1992

80* Steve Nolan to Elia Ala`ilima-Daley

vs. Cal State Chico Oct. 6, 1990

80* Ron Whittenburg to Brian Allen

vs. Weber State Oct. 2, 1982

80* Ken Hobart to Vic Wallace

vs. Weber State Oct. 2, 1982

80 Mike McCurdy to Jett Taylor

1978

80 Rocky Tuttle to Kirk Allen

1977

80* Mike Monahan to Joe Chapman

vs. Iowa 1964

19. 78* Brian Brennan to Kyle Gary

vs. Northern Arizona Oct. 22, 1994

78* Doug Nussmeier to Alan Allen

at Northern Arizona Oct. 30, 1993

21. 77* Nathan Enderle to Maurice Shaw

vs. Idaho State Sept. 6, 2008

22. 76* Nathan Enderle to Justin Veltung

at Louisiana Tech Oct. 16, 2010

23. 76 George Eidam to Jay Buhler

vs. Montana 1953

24. 75* Nathan Enderle to Justin Veltung

vs. Nevada Nov. 6, 2010

75 Steve Wichman to Daniel Smith

at New Mexico State Oct. 29, 2005

* indicates scoring play

IDAHO VS. FLORIDA STATE

FIRST MEETING

HOW THEY STACK UP

STATISTICAL COMPARISONS

IDAHO

FSU

Total offense 363.3 521.2

Rushing offense 139.9 199.2

Passing offense 116.69 322.0

Scoring offense 18.8 52.7

Total defense 531.5 271.4

Rushing defense 202.4 127.9

Pass eff. defense 165.10 89.67

Scoring defense 45.7 11.1

Turnover margin -0.7 1.4

3rd down conversion % .354 .515

3rd down conversion def. .433 .315

4th down conversion .414 .500

4th down conversion def. .667 .500

Red zone offense .821 .982

Red zone defense .830 .800

Net punting 40.06 34.14

Punt returns 6.16 11.12

Kickoff returns 21.33 24.81

Penalties/yards per game 56.70 44.90

Time of possession 31:16 29:44

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PASS ATTEMPTS

1. 71 Brian Lindgren Oct. 6, 2001

2. 64 Brian Brennan Oct. 18, 1997

3. 62 Ken Hobart Sept. 24, 1983

4. 61 Steve Wichman Nov. 19, 2005

5. 59 Ken Hobart Sept. 10, 1983

6. 58 Ryan Fien Aug. 31, 1996

7. 57 Brian Lindgren Oct. 12, 2002

57 Greg Robertson Oct. 2, 1999

57 Scott Linehan Oct. 6, 1984

57 Ken Hobart Nov. 20, 1982

11. 56 John Friesz Sept. 24, 1988

12. 55 Brian Lindgren Sept. 29, 2001

55 John Friesz Oct. 31, 1987

55 John Friesz Oct. 3, 1987

15. 54 Nathan Enderle Sept. 22, 2007

54 Steve Wichman Oct. 29, 2005

54 Ken Hobart Dec. 4, 1982

18. 53 Greg Robertson Oct. 30, 1999

53 Ryan Fien Oct. 26, 1996

53 John Friesz Nov. 26, 1988

21. 52 Rick Sloan Nov. 23, 1985

22. 51 John Welsh Nov. 17, 2001

51 Ryan Fien Sept. 7, 1996

51 John Friesz Oct. 28, 1989

51 John Friesz Sept. 28, 1989

51 John Friesz Oct. 17, 1987

COMPLETIONS

1. 49 Brian Lindgren Oct. 6, 2001

2. 37 Ken Hobart Sept. 10, 1983

3. 36 Ryan Fien Aug. 31, 1996

4. 35 Brian Lindgren Oct. 12, 2002

35 John Welsh Oct. 7, 2000

35 John Friesz Oct. 17, 1987

35 John Friesz Oct. 3, 1987

8. 34 Dominique Blackman Sept. 22, 2012

34 Brian Brennan Oct. 4, 1997

10. 33 Steve Wichman Nov. 19, 2005

33 Brian Lindgren Sept. 7, 2002

33 Brian Brennan Oct. 18, 1997

33 Ryan Fien Sept. 7, 1996

33 John Friesz Sept. 24, 1988

33 John Friesz Oct. 31, 1987

33 Ken Hobart Dec. 4, 1982

17. 32 John Welsh Oct. 27, 2001

32 John Friesz Oct. 28, 1989

32 John Friesz Oct. 24, 1987

20. 31 John Welsh Nov. 17, 2001

31 John Welsh Sept. 9, 2000

31 Doug Nussmeier Nov. 16, 1991

31 Scott Linehan Nov. 1, 1986

31 Scott Linehan Sept. 27, 1986

31 Steve Olson Oct. 5, 1968

THE LAST TIME

RUSHING FOR MORE THAN 200 YARDS

Idaho – 214, Deonte` Jackson, vs. Cal Poly, 9/8/07

Opponent – 232, Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech, 10/20/12

TWO PLAYERS RUSHING FOR 100 OR MORE YARDS

Idaho – Jayson Bird (134) and Rolly Lumbala (125), vs. UL Lafayette, 10/16/04

Opponent – Jordan Lynch (159) and Tommylee Lewis (104), Northern Illinois, 9/14/13

PASSING FOR MORE THAN 400 YARDS

Idaho – 423, Nathan Enderle, vs. Northern Illinois, 9/22/07

Opponent – 533, Taylor Heinicke, Old Dominion, 11/2/13

MORE THAN 200 YARDS RECEIVING

Idaho – 269, D.J. Smith, at New Mexico State, 10/29/05

Opponent – 219, Chris McNeill, 219, Wyoming, 9/22/12

TWO RECEIVERS WITH MORE THAN 100 YARDS

Idaho – Max Komar (136) and Maurice Shaw (183), at Nevada, 10/24/09

Opponent – Marquel Thomas (137) and Melvin Vaughn (103), Old Dominion, 11/2/13

THREE RECEIVERS WITH 100 OR MORE YARDS

Idaho – Justin Veltung (140), Daniel Hardy (114)

and Eric Greenwood (103), Louisiana Tech, 10/16/10

Opponent – Etu Molden (156), Jimmy Farris (149)

and Tanner Hancock (127), Montana, 9/9/00

ALLOWED LESS THAN 100 YARDS RUSHING

Idaho – 88, vs. Old Dominion, 11/2/13

Opponent – 87, Ole Miss, 10/26/13

ALLOWED LESS THAN 200 YARDS PASSING

Idaho – 159, vs. Northern Illinois, 9/14/13

Opponent – 181, Texas State, 11/2/13

ALLOWED LESS THAN 200 YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE

Idaho – 197, vs. North Dakota, 9/10/11

Opponent – 189, at North Carolina, 9/29/12

KICKOFF RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN

Idaho – Todd Handley, 92 yards, at Louisiana Tech, 10/20/12

Opponent – J.D. McKissic, 98 yards, Arkansas State, 10/12/13

PUNT RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN

Idaho – Justin Veltung, 64 yards, vs. New Mexico State, 10/15/11

Opponent – Eric Mersereau, 79 yards, North Dakota, 9/10/11

INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN

Idaho – Bradley Njoku, 37 yards, vs. North Dakota, 9/10/11

Opponent – Bene Benwikere, 47 yards, San Jose State, 11/3/12

FUMBLE RECOVERY RETURNED FOR TD

Idaho – Tracy Carter, 70 yards, vs. Hawai`i, 10/29/11,

and Matt Cleveland, 0 yards, vs. Hawai`i, 10/29/11

Opponent – D. Collins, 12 yards, Ole Miss, 10/26/13

BLOCKED FIELD GOAL RETURNED FOR TD

Idaho – Herb Cash, 80 yards, vs. Louisiana Tech, 11/12/05

BLOCKED PUNT RETURNED FOR TD

Idaho – Daniel Micheletti, 4 yards, at University of Virginia, 10/1/11

SCORED A SAFETY

Idaho – vs. Louisiana Tech, 10/8/11

Opponent – Fresno State, 10/5/13

PLAYED AN OVERTIME GAME

vs. Wyoming, 9/22/12 (L, 37-40)

WON AN OVERTIME GAME

vs. San Jose State, 12/4/11 (26-23)

PLAYED A DOUBLE OVERTIME GAME

vs. Utah State, 11/19/11 (lost 49-42)

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THE BEST EVER

TOP KIBBIE DOME CROWDS

17,600 vs. Boise State, Nov. 11, 1989

17,000 vs. Boise State, Nov. 15, 2008

17,000 vs. Boise State, Oct. 21, 2006

16,500 vs. Boise State, Nov. 21, 1987

16,453 vs. Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010

16,400 vs. Montana, Oct. 22, 1983

16,389 vs. New Mexico St., Nov. 11, 2000

16,295 vs. Boise State, Nov. 18, 1995

16,250 vs. Boise State, Oct. 11, 1975

16,100 vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 1, 1988

16,000 vs. Colorado State, Oct. 3, 2009

15,390 vs. UNLV, Sept. 18, 2010

15,807 vs. Weber State, Oct. 16, 1976

15,800 vs. Boise State, Nov. 23, 1985

15, 635 vs. Hawai`i, Sept. 24, 2005

15,600 vs. Nevada, Sept. 28, 1985

15,500 vs. Boise State, Nov. 23, 1991

15,500 vs. Nevada, Oct. 28, 1989

15,500 vs. E. Washington, Nov. 2, 1985

15,500 vs. Boise State, Oct. 13, 1979

15,400 vs. Boise State, Nov. 19, 1983

15,323 vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013

15,309 vs. Louisiana Tech, Oct. 8, 2011

15,236 vs.Louisiana Tech, Oct. 31, 2009

15,200 vs. Nevada, Nov. 12, 1983

15,200 vs. Montana, Oct. 15, 1977

15,162 vs. Idaho State, Sept. 16, 2006

15,110 vs. Fresno State, Sept. 24, 2011

15,107 vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 7, 2006

15,100 vs. Nevada, Oct. 17, 1987

15,088 vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013

15,084 vs. Boise State, Nov. 20, 1993

15,054 vs. Montana, Nov. 6, 1993

15,047 vs. Fresno State, Oct. 22, 2005

15,013 vs. Nevada, Nov. 4, 2006

15,013 vs Nevada, Oct. 4, 2008

15,012 vs. Louisiana Tech, Nov. 12, 2005

15,010 vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 25, 2008

15,006 vs. Utah State, Oct. 1, 2005

15,003 vs. Idaho State, Sept. 6, 2008

15,002 vs. San Jose State, Nov. 1, 2008

15,000 vs. Weber State, Oct. 2, 1982

15,000 vs. Montana State, Oct. 18, 1980

KIBBIE DOME RECORDS

IDAHO INDIVIDUAL

Most yards rushing: 221, Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 26, 2002

Most carries: 32, Mike McCurdy vs. Northern Arizona, Sept. 30, 1978

Most rushing touchdowns: 4, twice (DeMaundray Woolridge vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 17, 2009, and Kerry Hickey

vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 13, 1982)

Most yards passing: 527, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

Most completions: 37, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

Most attempts: 59, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

Most touchdown passes: 6, three times (Brian Lindgren vs. San Diego State, Sept. 21, 2002; Eric Hisaw

vs. Montana, Oct. 21, 1995, and Doug Nussmeier vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992)

Most interceptions thrown: 5, Rick Sloan vs. Boise State, Nov. 23, 1985

Most yards receiving: 241, Kasey Dunn vs. Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990

Most receptions: 14, Eric Yarber vs. Nevada, Sept. 28, 1995

Most touchdown receptions: 4, twice (Yo Murphy vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992, and Eric Yarber vs.

Mankato State, Sept. 14, 1985)

Most yards total offense: 543, Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

Most all-purpose yards: 242, Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 26, 2002

Most touchdowns scored: 5, four times (Sherriden May vs. Southwest Texas, Sept. 11, 1993; Sherriden

May vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 31, 1992; Yo Murphy, vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992; Eric Yarber vs. Mankato

State, Sept. 14, 1985, and Kerry Hickey vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 13, 1982

Most fi eld goals: 5, Tim McMonigle vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 3, 1984

IDAHO TOP RUSHING PERFORMANCES

221, Blair Lewis vs. Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 26, 2002

217, Robert Brooks vs. Boise State, Oct. 11, 1975

202, Sherriden May vs. Weber State, Sept. 19, 1992

201, Robert Taylor vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 20, 1976

194, Sherriden May vs. Montana State, Oct. 15, 1994

194, Devon Pearce vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 3, 1990

190, Devon Pearce vs. Idaho State, Oct. 13, 1990

186, Russell Davis vs. Boise State, Nov. 21, 1981

173, Devon Pearce vs. Weber State, Sept. 22, 1980

168, Joel Thomas vs. Idaho State, Oct. 3, 1998

168, Sherriden may vs. Northern Arizona, Nov. 5, 1994

167, Brian Allen vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

IDAHO TOP RECEIVING PERFORMANCES

241, Kasey Dunn vs. Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990

221, Eric Yarber vs. Mankato State, Sept. 14, 1985

213, Vic Wallace vs. Weber State, Oct. 1, 1982

192, Eric Jorgensen vs. Montana, Oct. 10, 1987

183, David Jackson vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 16, 1989

182 , Brant Bengen vs. Montana State, Nov. 8, 1986

182, John Jake vs. Weber State, Nov. 28, 1987

179, Lee Allen vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 21, 1989

175, Dezmon Epps vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013

171, Yo Murphy vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992

167, Brian Allen vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

164, Lee Allen vs. Montana, Nov. 26, 1988

IDAHO TOP PASSING PERFORMANCES

527, (37-59-4, 6), Ken Hobart vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

445, (32-51-0, 2), John Friesz vs. Nevada, Oct. 28, 1989

440, (25-37-0, 4), Ken Hobart vs. Boise State, Nov. 19, 1983

437, (28-51-0, 2), John Friesz vs. Montana, Sept. 28, 1989

423, (30-50-1, 4), John Friesz vs. Boise State, Nov. 21, 1987

423, (27-54-3, 2), Nathan Enderle vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 22, 2007

409, (13-51-0, 1), John Welsh vs. North Texas, Nov. 17, 2001

409, (24-46-2, 2), John Friesz vs. Weber State, Nov. 28, 1987

403, (24-29-0, 4), Scott Linehan vs. Mankato State, Sept. 24, 1985

400, (18-32-1, 3), John Friesz vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 21, 1989

396, (34-50-0, 2), Brian Brennan vs. North Texas, Oct. 4, 1997

388, (30-46-0, 3), Ryan Fien vs. Eastern Washington, Nov. 2, 1996

386 (24-43-1, 2), Ryan Fien vs. New Mexico State, Nov. 9, 1996

382 (29-46-0, 6), Brian Lindgren vs. San Diego State, Sept. 21, 2002

374, (17-26-0, 5), Eric Hisaw vs. Idaho State, Oct. 1, 1994

372, (22-41-1, 3), Brian Brennan vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 22, 1994

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PASSING YARDS

637 Brian Lindgren at MTSU Oct. 6, 2001

542 Ryan Fien at Wyoming Aug. 31, 1996

527 Ken Hobart vs. So.Colo. Sept. 10, 1983

489 Steve Wichman at New Mex. St. Oct. 29, 2005

423 Nathan Enderl vs. No. Illinois Sept. 22, 2007

446 John Friesz vs. Nevada Oct. 28, 1989

440 Ken Hobart vs. Boise State Nov. 19, 1983

437 John Friesz vs. Montana Sept. 28, 1989

427 Brian Lindgren vs. Boise State Sept. 29, 2001

423 John Friesz at No. Arizona Oct. 7, 1989

423 John Friesz vs. Boise State Nov. 21, 1987

420 John Friesz vs. E. Illinois Nov. 25, 1989

420 John Friesz at Montana Sept. 24, 1988

415 Brian Lindgren at La.-Monroe Oct. 12, 2002

415 Scott Linehan at E. Wash. Sept. 27, 1986

410 John Welsh vs. La.-Lafayette Oct. 20, 2001

409 Johon Welsh vs. North Texas Nov. 17, 2001

409 John Friesz vs. Montana Oct. 10, 1987

408 Brian Lindgren at New Mexico St. Oct. 4, 2003

406 Steve Nolan at SW Mo. St. Nov. 24, 1990

405 John Friesz vs. Weber State Nov. 28, 1987

405 Rick Sloan at E. Washington Nov. 2, 1985

403 Scott Linehan vs. Mankato St. Sept. 14, 1985

402 Brian Lindgren vs. North Texas Oct. 11, 2003

401 Ken Hobart at Idaho State Sept. 24, 1983

400 John Friesz vs. E. Wash. Oct. 21, 1989

PASS EFFICIENCY (MINIMUM 20 ATTEMPTS)

1. 296.09 John Welsh Sept. 30, 2000

2. 271.86 Doug Nussmeier Nov. 13, 1993

3. 265.94 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 16, 1993

4. 264.52 Eric Hisaw Oct. 21, 1995

5. 249.68 Eric Hisaw Oct. 1, 1994

6. 245.01 Scott Linehan Sept. 14, 1985

7. 240.38 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 19, 1991

8. 233.15 Steve Nolan Nov. 4, 1990

9. 230.66 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 9, 1993

10. 224.30 Eric Hisaw Nov. 18, 1995

11. 222.81 John Friesz Sept. 16, 1989

12. 221.31 John Friesz Oct. 7, 1989

13. 219.91 Nathan Enderle Sept. 26, 2009

14. 216.31 John Welsh Nov. 3, 2001

15. 215.40 Scott Linehan Sept. 8, 1984

16. 213.49 Nathan Enderle Sept. 25, 2010

17. 212.30 Ryan Fien Sept. 14, 1996

18. 211.26 Nathan Enderle Oct. 24, 2009

19. 205.21 John Friesz Dec. 3, 1988

20. 204.46 Doug Nussmeier Nov. 27, 1993

21. 204.38 Doug Nussmeier Sept. 11, 1993

22. 203.14 Ken Hobart Nov. 19, 1983

23. 201.38 Scott Linehan Nov. 10, 1984

24. 198.87 Steve Wichman Sept. 10, 2005

25. 197.78 Eric Hisaw Sept. 17, 1994

KIBBIE DOME RECORDS

IDAHO TEAM RECORDS

Most yards rushing: 526, vs. Simon Fraser, Sept. 5, 1981

Most rushing attempts: 76, vs. Northern Iowa, Sept. 19, 1981

Most yards passing: 527, vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

Most passing attempts: 59, vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983

Most yards total offense: 703, vs. Simon Fraser, Sept. 5, 1981

Most offensive plays: 95, vs. Nevada, Sept. 28, 1985

Most points: 79, vs. Weber State, Nov. 12, 1994

Most touchdowns: 11, twice (vs. Weber State, Nov. 12, 1994, and vs. Lehigh, Nov. 13, 1994)

Most rushing touchdowns: 7, twice (vs. Northern Iowa, Sept. 19, 1981, and vs. Simon Fraser, Sept. 5, 1981)

Most passing touchdowns: 6, three times (vs. Idaho State, Oct. 10, 1992; vs. Sacramento State, Sept.

16, 1989, and vs. Southern Colorado, Sept. 10, 1983)

Most points in one half: 51, vs. Stephen F. Austin, Sept. 24, 1994

Most points in one quarter: 35, vs. Weber State, Nov. 12, 1994

Fewest fi rst downs allowed: 10, twice (vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 14, 1995, and vs. Northern Arizona,

Sept. 30, 1978)

Fewest yards rushing allowed: -2, vs. Portland State, Sept. 8, 1984

Fewest yards passing allowed: 22, vs. Fresno State, Nov. 18, 1978

Fewest total yards allowed: 132, vs. Eastern Washington, Oct. 14, 1995

Most interceptions: 5, three times (vs. Northern Arizona, Oct. 22, 1994; vs. Boise state, Nov. 21, 1987,

and vs. Portland State, Sept. 6, 1986)

Most fumbles lost: 4, several times (last vs. North Texas, Nov. 17, 2001)

Most sacks: 10, vs. Northern Arizona, Sept. 30, 1978

TWO TEAMS

Most points: 109 - Idaho 79 vs. Weber State 30 (Nov. 12, 1994)

Most points in one half - 59, Idaho 51 vs. Weber State 9 (Nov. 12, 1994)

Fewest points in one half - 0, Idaho 0 vs. Northern Iowa 0 (first half, Nov. 5, 1994)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL

Most yards rushing: 252, Otto Kelly, Nevada, Nov. 12, 1983

Most rushing touchdowns: 4, Eric Hill, Weber State, Oct. 28, 1978

Most carries: 34, Anthony Corley, Nevada, Nov. 12, 1983

Most yards passing: 558, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995

Most passing attempts: 82, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995

Most pass completions: 43, Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995

Most passing touchdowns: 5, six times (Brett Smith, Wyoming, Sept. 22, 2012; Derek Carr, Fresno

State, Sept. 24, 2011; Colin Kaepernick, Nevada, Nov. 6,2010; David Neill, Nevada, Oct. 24, 1998; Dave

Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995, and Brad Lebo, Montana, Nov. 16, 1991)

Most interceptions: 5, Jeff Lewis, Northern Arizona, Oct. 22, 1994

Most total yards: , Dave Dickenson, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995

Most yards receiving: 222, Mike Erhardt, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995

Most receptions: 11, twice (Dell Stillson, Weber State, Sept. 19, 1992, and Kipp Bedard, Boise State,

Nov. 21, 1981)

Most touchdown receptions: 4, Marvin Turk, Montana, Nov. 16, 1991

Most fi eld goals: 8, Goran Lingmerth, Northern Arizona, Oct. 25, 1986

OPPONENT TEAM

Most yards rushing: 453, Nevada, Nov. 6, 2010

Most rushing attempts: 79, Fresno State, Nov. 18, 1978

Most yards passing: 596, Nevada, Oct. 24, 1998

Most passing attempts: 72, Montana, Oct. 21, 1995

Most yards total offense: 844, Nevada, Nov. 6, 2010

Most offensive plays: 101, Fresno State, Nov. 18, 1978

Most points: 63, Utah State, Oct. 25, 1997

Most touchdowns: 9, Utah State, Oct. 25, 1997

Most rushing touchdowns: 5, Utah State, Oct. 25, 1997

Most passing touchdowns: 6, Nevada, Nov. 6, 2010

Most points in one half: 38, Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010

Most points in one quarter: 28, Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010

Fewest fi rst downs allowed: 10, North Texas, Oct. 4, 1997

Fewest yards rushing allowed: 25, Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990

Fewest yards passing allowed: 76, Northern Arizona, Nov. 15, 1980

Fewest total yards allowed: 163, Northern Arizona, Oct. 25, 1986

Most interceptions:

Most fumbles lost:

Most sacks: 8, Montana State, Sept. 1, 1990

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1. 6 Brian Lindgren Sept. 21, 2002

6 John Welsh Sept. 9, 2000

6 Greg Robertson Oct. 10, 1998

6 Eric Hisaw Oct. 21, 1995

6 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 9, 1993

6 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 10, 1992

6 Steve Nolan Nov. 4, 1990

6 John Friesz Sept. 16, 1989

6 John Friesz Oct. 31, 1987

6 Ken Hobart Sept. 10, 1983

6 Steve Olson Nov. 2, 1968

12. 5 Brian Lindgren Oct. 4, 2003

5 Brian Lindgren Oct. 6, 2001

5 John Welsh Nov. 3, 2001

5 Brian Brennan Sept. 13, 1997

5 Brian Brennan Nov. 12, 1994

5 Eric Hisaw Oct. 1, 1994

5 Eric Hisaw Sept. 17, 1994

5 Doug Nussmeier Nov. 13, 1993

5 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 16, 1993

5 Doug Nussmeier Sept. 11, 1993

5 Doug Nussmeier Sept. 21, 1991

5 John Friesz Nov. 4, 1989

5 John Friesz Oct. 7, 1989

25. 4 Brian Reader Sept. 10, 2011

4 Nathan Enderle Dec. 30, 2009

4 Nathan Enderle Oct. 24, 2009

4 Steve Wichman Oct. 29, 2005

4 John Welsh Sept. 8, 2001

4 John Welsh Sept. 9, 2000

4 John Welsh Dec. 30, 1998

4 Ryan Fien Sept. 14, 1996

4 Ryan Fien Aug. 31, 1996

4 Doug Nussmeier Nov. 27, 1993

4 Doug Nussmeier Sept. 19, 1992

4 Doug Nussmeier Oct. 19, 1991

4 John Friesz Sept. 23, 1989

4 John Friesz Dec. 3, 1988

4 John Friesz Nov. 28, 1987

4 John Friesz Nov. 21, 1987

4 John Friesz Oct. 17, 1987

4 Scott Linehan Oct. 4, 1986

4 Rick Sloan Nov. 2, 1985

4 Scott Linehan Sept. 14, 1985

4 Ken Hobart Nov. 19, 1983

4 Ken Hobart Oct. 22, 1983

4 Ken Hobart Oct. 1, 1983

#7 James Baker

RB • Sr. • Deerfield, Fla.

PLAYER BIOS

CAREER BESTS

RUSHING

Carries: 24, vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013. Yards: 150, at Arkansas State,

Oct. 12, 2013. Long run: 38, at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013. Touchdowns:

2, twice (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013, and vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14,

2013.

RECEIVING

Receptions: 2, twice (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013, and at North

Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012). Yards: 73, vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 2, 2013. Long:

37, vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013. Touchdowns: 1, three times (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013; vs.

Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013, and vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013).

ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING

Plays: 25, vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013. Yards: 150, at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013.

RUSHING G/S ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LG AVG/G

2012 12/5 95 411 21 390 4.1 2 29 32.5

2013 9/4 133 567 24 543 4.1 6 38 60.3

Totals 21/9 228 978 45 933 4.1 8 38 46.6

RECEIVING G REC YDS AVG TD LG AVG/G

2012 12 8 76 9.5 0 30 6.3

2013 9 8 177 22.1 3 73 19.7

Totals 21 16 253 15.8 3 73 12.0

ALL-PURPOSE G PLAYS RUSH REC TOTAL AVG/PLAY AVG/G

2012 12 103 390 76 466 4.5 38.8

2013 9 141 567 177 744 5.3 82.7

Totals 21 244 933 253 1186 4.9 56.5

#43 Quinton Bradley

DE • So. • San Antonio, Texas

CAREER BESTS

Solo tackles: 2, three (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013; at Brigham

Young, Nov. 10, 2012, and at North Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012).

Assists: 5 (at Brigham Young, Nov. 10, 2012). Total tackles: 7 (at

Brigham Young, Nov. 10, 2012).

Tackles for loss: 1, three times (vs. San Jose State, Nov. 3, 2012;

vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012, and at North Carolina, Sept. 29,

2012).

Sacks: 1 (vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012).

Fumble recoveries: 2 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013).

Quarterback hurries: 1, three times (vs. UT-San Antonio, Nov. 17, 2012; vs. New Mexico State,

Oct. 6, 2012, and vs. Eastern Washington, Aug. 30, 2012).

Pass breakups: 1 (at Utah State, Nov. 24, 2012)

Blocked kick: 1 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

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2013 5 7 6 13 1.0-10 1.5-10 0 2-0 0-0 0 0 1 0

Totals 16 16 18 34 4.5-16 2.5-12 0 2-0 0-0 3 1 1 0

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Receiving

Receptions

17 Jerry Hendren Oct. 3, 1969

15 Chris Lacy Oct. 6, 2001

15 Scott Dahlquist Dec. 1, 1990

15 Jerry Hendren Sept. 28, 1968

14 Eric Yarber Sept. 28, 1985

13 Kasey Dunn Nov. 24, 1990

13 Scott Auker Sept. 28, 1985

13 Kurt Vestman Oct. 29, 1983

12 Max Komar Oct. 2, 2009

12 Bobby Bernal-Wood Oct. 16, 2004

12 Bobby Bernal-Wood Oct. 2, 2004

12 Antonio Wilson Oct. 18, 1997

12 Kasey Dunn Sept. 1, 1990

12 Eric Yarber Sept. 14, 1985

12 Scott Auker Oct. 13, 1984

11 Daniel Smith Oct. 29, 2005

11 Chris Belser Nov. 23, 2002

11 Josh Jelmberg Oct. 5, 2002

11 Blair Lewis Oct. 6, 2001

11 Rossi Martin Sept. 11, 1999

11 Kasey Dunn Sept. 22, 1990

11 Kurt Vestman Oct. 15, 1983

10 Mike Scott Nov. 17, 2012

10 Jahrie Level Sept. 8, 2012

10 Max Komar Oct. 24, 2009

10 Daniel Smith Nov. 19, 2005

10 Daniel Smith Sept. 1, 2005

10 Bobby Bernal-Wood Oct. 23, 2004

10 Bobby Bernal-Wood Oct. 9, 2004

10 Orlando Winston Oct. 18, 2003

10 Orlando Winston Oct. 11, 2003

10 Josh Jelmberg Sept. 7, 2002

10 Josh Jelmberg Aug. 31, 2002

10 Antonio Wilson Oct. 25, 1997

10 Kasey Dunn Sept. 7, 1991

10 David Jackson Nov. 26, 1988

10 Neosia Morris Nov. 8, 1986

10 Brant Bengen Nov. 1, 1986

10 Neosia Morris Sept. 27, 1986

10 Brant Bengen Nov. 23, 1985

10 Scott Auker vNov. 2, 1985

10 Scott Auker Sept. 7, 1985

10 Eric Yarber Sept. 15, 1984

Receiving yards

269 Daniel Smith Oct. 29, 2005

241 Kasey Dunn Sept. 1, 1990

238 Jerry Hendren Nov. 9, 1968

234 Kasey Dunn Nov. 24, 1990

221 Chris Lacy Oct. 6, 2001

221 Eric Yarber Sept. 14, 1985

218 Alan Allen Oct. 7, 1989

213 Vic Wallace Oct. 2, 1982

206 Antonio Wilson Oct. 26, 1996

202 Scott Dahlquist Dec. 1, 1990

200 Yo Murphy Nov. 7, 1992

192 Eric Jorgensen Oct. 10, 1987

186 Vic Wallace Nov. 21, 1981

185 Kasey Dunn Oct. 12, 1991

183 Maurice Shaw Oct. 24, 2009

182 John Jake Nov. 28, 1987

182 Brant Bengen Nov. 8, 1986

181 David Jackson Sept. 16, 1989

179 Alan Allen Oct. 21, 1989

178 Robert Scott Aug. 31, 1996

175 Dezmon Epps Nov. 2, 2013

175 Kasey Dunn Sept. 9, 1989

173 Antonio Wilson Nov. 2, 1996

171 Yo Murphy Oct. 10, 1992

170 Kasey Dunn Oct. 20, 1990

169 Dwight McKinzie Sept. 18, 1993

167 Orlando Winston Sept. 27, 2003

167 Alan Allen Sept. 10, 1983

164 Alan Allen Nov. 26, 1988

#24 Jerrel Brown

RB • Jr. • San Mateo, Calif.

PLAYER BIOS

CAREER BESTS

RUSHING

Carries: 9, vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013. Yards: 70, at North Texas, Aug. 31,

2013. Long run: 47, at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013. Touchdowns:

RECEIVING

Receptions: 2, at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013. Yards: 14, at Washington

State, Sept. 21, 2013. Long: 11, at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013.

ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING

Plays: 14 (11 run, 2 receiving), at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013. Yards: 70, at North Texas, Aug. 31,

2013.

RUSHING G/S ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LG AVG/G

2013 7/1 39 155 12 143 3.7 0 47 20.4

RECEIVING G REC YDS AVG TD LG AVG/G

2013 7 3 14 4.7 0 11 2.8

ALL-PURPOSE G PLAYS RUSH REC TOTAL AVG/PLAY AVG/G

2013 7 42 143 14 157 3.7 22.4

#57 QuayShawne Buckley

DT • Sr. • Ontario, Calif.

CAREER BESTS

Solo tackles: 5, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and vs. Temple,

Sept. 28, 2013)

Assists: 4, three times (at Brigham Young, Nov. 12, 2011; at New

Mexico State, Oct. 14, 2011, and at Virginia, Oct. 1, 2011)

Total tackles: 7 (at San Jose State, Nov. 3, 2011)

Tackles for loss: 3 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013)

Sacks: 2 (vs. Wyoming, Sept. 22, 2012)

Quarterback hurries: 2 (vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012)

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2012 11 13 12 25 6.0-28.0 4.0-24.0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0

2013 10 30 6 36 12.0-45 4.0-29 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Total 33 55 44 99 21.0-95.0 9.0-68 0 0 6 0 0 0 0

#11 Chad Chalich

QB • Fr. • Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

CAREER BESTS

Passes: 43 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Completions: 26 (vs.

Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Yards: 310 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013).

Touchdown passes: 2 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Long

pass: 64 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Completion percentage

(min. 20 passes): .739 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Interceptions:

0. Pass efficiency rating: 161.70 (vs. Northern Illinois,

Sept. 14, 2013). Carries: 17, twice (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14,

2013, and at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Rushing yards: 114 (vs.

Temple, Sept. 28, 2013).

PASSING G/S EFF. CMP. ATT. INT. PCT. YARDS TD LONG AVG./G

2013 7/7 123.00 113 184 3 61.4 1,224 5 64 174.9

RUSHING G ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LG AVG/G

2013 7 96 423 211 212 2.2 0 52 30.3

TOTAL OFFENSE G PLAYS RUSH PASS TOTAL AVG/G

2013 7 280 212 1224 1436 205.1

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162 Brant Bengen Nov. 1, 1986

161 Eddie Williams Sept. 13, 2008

161 Eric Yarber Sept. 28, 1985

158 David Jackson Oct. 28, 1989

158 Dan Johnson Nov. 19, 1983

156 Kyle Gary Oct. 22, 1994

155 John Jake Nov. 12, 1988

154 Yo Murphy Sept. 5, 1992

153 Bobby Bernal-Wood Oct. 2, 2004

153 Josh Jelmberg Oct. 5, 2002

153 Kyle Gary Oct. 1, 1994

153 Alan Allen Sept. 28, 1989

153 Alan Allen Oct. 1, 1983

152 Max Komar Oct. 3, 2009

152 Dwight McKinzie Oct. 14, 1995

152 Eric Yarber Sept. 8, 1984

151 Jimmy Labita Oct. 11, 2003

151 Kurt Vestman Oct. 29, 1983

149 Alan Allen Nov. 4, 1989

146 Wendell Octave Sept. 10, 2005

145 Chris Lacy Sept. 29, 2001

145 Brant Bengen Nov. 15, 1986

144 Orlando Winston Oct. 18, 2003

143 Kyle Gary Sept. 24, 1994

142 Eddie Williams Oct. 4, 2008

142 Antonio Wilson Oct. 18, 1997

142 Yo Murphy Sept. 12, 1992

142 Alan Allen Dec. 4, 1982

141 Daniel Smith Sept. 10, 2005

141 Kasey Dunn Sept. 23, 1989

140 Justin Veltung Oct. 16, 2010

140 Antonio Wilson Oct. 25, 1997

140 Kasey Dunn Nov. 9, 1991

140 Brant Bengen Sept. 13, 1986

140 Brant Bengen Nov. 30, 1985

139 Bobby Bernal-Wood Nov. 20, 2004

139 Antonio Wilson Oct. 19, 1996

139 David Jackson Sept. 24, 1988

138 Chris Lacy Sept. 30, 2000

138 Kasey Dunn Oct. 19, 1991

137 Bobby Bernal-Wood Nov. 13, 2004

137 Chris Lacy Oct. 14, 2000

137 Jack Klein Oct. 10, 1981

136 Max Komar Oct. 24, 2009

136 Alan Allen Oct. 31, 1992

136 Neosia Morris Nov. 21, 1987

136 Eric Yarber Sept. 15, 1984

136 Ron Whittenburg Nov. 13, 1982

135 Antonio Wilson Nov. 15, 1997

135 Brant Bengen Nov. 23, 1985

135 Eric Yarber Oct. 19, 1985

135 Ron Whittenburg Oct. 1, 1983

134 Kasey Dunn Nov. 16, 1991

134 David Jackson Sept. 28, 1989

133 Max Komar Oct. 31, 2009

133 Ray Buhler Oct. 10, 1953

132 Chris Belser Nov. 23, 2002

131 Maurice Shaw Nov. 28, 2009

131 Elia Ala`ilima-Daley Sept. 21, 1991

130 Orlando Winston Oct. 11, 2003

132 Dwight McKinzie Oct. 29, 1994

131 John Jake Sept. 5, 1987

130 Vic Wallace Nov. 7, 1981

128 John Jake Oct. 1, 1988

128 John Jake Sept. 12, 1987

128 Wally Jones Oct. 9, 1982

127 Josh Jelmberg Oct. 12, 2002

127 Deon Price Sept. 13, 1997

127 Kyle Gary Nov. 13, 1993

127 Vic Wallace Oct. 16, 1982

126 Dwight McKinzie Oct. 22, 1994

126 Kasey Dunn Sept. 7, 1991

126 Scott Auker Sept. 7, 1985

125 Antonio Wilson Oct. 4, 1997

125 Yo Murphy Oct. 26, 1991

125 Eric Jorgensen Sept. 26, 1987

#28 Solomon Dixon

CB • So. • Honolulu, Hawai`i

PLAYER BIOS

CAREER BESTS

Total tackles: 9, twice (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013, and vs. San

Jose State, Nov. 3, 2012).

Solo tackles: 8 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013)

Assisted tackles: 3, twice (at Bowling Green State, Sept. 8, 2012,

and vs. Eastern Washington, Aug. 30, 2012).

Interceptions: 1, four times (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013; at Utah

State, Nov. 24, 2012; at North Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012, and at Bowling

Green State, Sept. 8, 2012).

Pass breakup: 2 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013).

Tackles for loss: 1, six times (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013; vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14,

2013; at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013; at Utah State, Nov. 24, 2012; at Brigham Young, Nov. 10,

2012, and at Louisiana State, Sept. 15, 2012).

Sacks: 1 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013).

Blocked kick: 1 (vs. Wyoming, Sept. 22, 2012).

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2013 5 29 2 31 3.0-9 1.0-3 - - 1-0 - 3 - -

Totals 17 56 11 67 6.0-18 1.0-3 - - 4-17 - 6 1 -

#12 Taylor Davis

QB • Sr. • Anthem, Ariz.

CAREER BESTS

Passes: 39 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). Completions: 20

(vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013). Yards: 308 (vs. Old Dominion, Nov.

9, 2013). Touchdown passes: 3 (vs. UT-San Antonio, Nov. 17,

2012). Long pass: 73 (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013). Completion

percentage (min. 20 passes): .650 (13 of 20 at San Jose State,

Nov. 5, 2011). Interceptions: 3 (at Utah State, Nov. 24, 2012). Pass

efficiency rating: 153.90 (vs. UT-San Antonio, Nov. 17, 2012)

G Eff. Cmp. Att. Int. Pct. Yards TD Long Avg./G

2011 7 69.28 28 62 4 45.2 234 1 49 33.4

2012 5 96.6 38 70 4 54.3 330 3 34 66.0

2013 3 110.18 61 133 3 45.9 854 6 73 142.3

Career 15 97.02 127 265 11 47.9 1418 10 73 94.5

#60 Cody Elenz

OT • So. • Copperas Cove, Texas

Started 13 consecutive games before missing Sept. 7 game at Wyoming because

of injury. Out with injury.

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Receiving yards (con’t.)

124 Alan Allen Sept. 11, 1993

124 Eric Yarber Oct. 27, 1984

123 Kyle Gary Nov. 27, 1993

123 Alan Allen Nov. 13, 1993

123 Kasey Dunn Sept. 28, 1991

121 Chris Lacy Nov. 18, 2000

121 Kasey Dunn Nov. 4, 1990

121 Chris Slater Nov. 21, 1987

120 Robert Scott Oct. 21, 1995

120 Kasey Dunn Nov. 4, 1989

119 Jahrie Level Sept. 8, 2012

119 Daniel Hardy Nov. 14, 2009

118 Scott Auker Oct. 19, 1985

118 Scott Auker Nov. 19, 1983

118 Vic Wallace Sept. 24, 1982

117 Robert Scott Nov. 9, 1996

117 Kasey Dunn Nov. 18, 1989

117 Neosia Morris Sept. 27, 1986

117 Scott Auker Sept. 29, 1984

116 Mike Scott Nov. 17, 2012

116 Daniel Hardy Oct. 16, 2010

116 Mike McCoy Oct. 4, 2003

116 Chris Lacy Nov. 11, 2000

116 Keith Neal Oct. 16, 1993

116 Yo Murphy Sept. 21, 1991

116 Kasey Dunn Nov. 25, 1989

116 Kasey Dunn Oct. 28, 1989

116 Eric Yarber Nov. 9, 1985

116 Ron Whittenburg Oct. 22, 1983

116 Alan Allen Oct. 2, 1982

114 Eric Greenwood Nov. 20, 2010

114 Daniel Smith Nov. 19, 2005

112 David Griffi n Sept. 7, 1996

112 Dwight McKinzie Oct. 28, 1995

112 Kasey Dunn Oct. 14, 1989

112 Steve Jackson Oct. 5, 1985

112 Scott Auker Oct. 13, 1984

111 Max Komar Sept. 12, 2009

111 Dwight McKinzie Oct. 21, 1995

111 Nelson Washington Nov. 30, 1985

110 Dezmon Epps Sept. 14, 2013

110 Max Komar Nov. 28, 2009

110 Ryan Prestimonico Oct. 24, 1998

110 Robert Scott Oct. 5, 1996

110 Eric Jorgensen Oct. 4, 1986

108 Blair Lewis Oct. 6, 2001

108 Antonio Wilson Sept. 28, 1996

108 Elia Ala`ilima-Daley Oct. 20, 1990

107 David Gfi ffi n Sept. 28, 1996

107 Alan Allen Oct. 30, 1993

107 Kasey Dunn Oct. 13, 1990

107 David Jackson Sept. 10, 1988

107 Neosia Morris Nov. 1, 1986

107 Alan Allen Nov. 3, 1983

107 Larry Aldrich Nov. 10, 1956

106 Chris Lacy Sept. 22, 2001

106 Josh Jelmberg Oct. 7, 2000

106 David Griffi n Sept. 14, 1996

106 Antonio Wilson Sept. 14, 1996

106 Kurt Vestman Oct. 15, 1983

106 Ron Whittenburg Sept. 10, 1983

105 Najee Lovett Aug. 30, 2012

105 David Jackson Nov. 26, 1988

105 Scott Auker Nov. 2, 1985

105 Ron Whittenburg Dec. 4, 1982

104 Eric Jorgensen Sept. 27, 1986

104 Dan Johnson Sept. 24, 1983

103 Eric Greenwood Oct. 16, 2010

103 Daniel Hardy Sept. 12, 2009

103 Daniel Smith Sept. 1, 2005

103 Rossi Martin Sept. 11, 1999

103 Ethan Jones Oct. 17, 1998

103 Deon Price Sept. 6, 1997

103 Alan Allen Sept. 24, 1988

103 Eric Yarber Nov. 17, 1984

#1 Dezmon Epps

WR • Jr. • Sacramento, Calif.

#40 Maxx Forde

DE • Jr. • Woodinville, Wash.

PLAYER BIOS

CAREER BESTS

RECEIVING

Receptions: 9, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and vs. Northern

Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Yards: 175 (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013). Long:

66 (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013). TD: 1, four times (vs. Old Dominion, Nov.

9, 2013; at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013; at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013, and vs.

Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013).

RUSHING

Carries: 3 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Yards: 10 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Long:

17 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013).

PUNT RETURNS

Returns: 5 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013). Yards: 47 (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013). Long: 47

(vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013).

KICKOFF RETURNS

Returns: 4 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Yards: 81 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Long:

28 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013).

ALL-PURPOSE RUSHING

Plays: 14, twice (9 receptions, 5 punt returns vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013, and 3 runs, 6 receptions,

4 kick returns, 1 punt return, at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013). Yards: 248 (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9,

2013).

RECEIVING G REC YDS AVG TD LG AVG/G

2013 10 66 811 12.3 4 66 81.1

RUSHING G ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LG AVG/G

2013 10 7 27 15 12 1.7 0 17 1.2

KICKOFF RETURNS RET YDS LONG AVG TD

2013 11 223 34 20.3 0

PUNT RETURNS RET YDS LONG AVG TD

2013 15 124 47 8.3 0

ALL-PURPOSE G PLAYS RUSH REC PR KR TOTAL AVG/PLAY AVG/G

2013 10 99 12 811 124 223 1170 11.8 117.0

CAREER BESTS

Total tackles: 8, twice (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013, and at Wyoming,

Sept. 7, 2013).

Solo tackles: 5, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and at Wyoming,

Sept. 7, 2013).

Assisted tackles: 5 (vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012).

Tackles for loss: 3 (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013).

Sacks: 2, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and at Bowling

Green State, Sept. 8, 2012).

Passes defensed: 2, twice (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013, and vs. UT-San Antonio, Nov. 17,

2012).

Quarterback hurries: 4 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013).

Forced fumble: 1 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013)

Fumble recoveries: 2 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013).

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2011 12 5 10 15 0.5-0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

2012 12 18 19 37 5.0-30 4.0-25 0 2 0 4 4 0 0

2013 10 37 14 51 7.0-27 4.0-18 1 2 0 4 3 0 0

Totals 34 60 43 103 12.5-57 8.0-43 1 5 0 8 7 0 0

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Receiving yards (con’t.)

102 Richard Montgomery Sept. 28, 2013

102 John Jake Oct. 31, 1987

101 Max Komar Oct. 14, 2006

101 Chris Lacy Nov. 17, 2001

101 Kasey Dunn Sept. 15, 1990

101 Steve Jackson Oct. 5, 1985

100 Rossi Martin Sept. 18, 1999

100 Kyle Gary Sept. 3, 1994

100 Alan Allen Sept. 16, 1989

100 Brant Bengen Oct. 27, 1984

Receiving TDs

4 Justin Veltung Oct. 16, 2010

4 Yo Murphy Oct. 10, 1992

4 Jerry Hendren Nov. 9, 1968

3 Max Komar Oct. 24, 2009

3 Josh Jelmberg Sept. 21, 2002

3 Jeffrey Townsley vSept. 5, 1998

3 Dwight McKinzie Sept. 16, 1995

3 Keith Neal Oct. 9, 1993

3 Alan Allen Nov. 4, 1989

3 Eric Yarber Sept. 14, 1985

3 Alan Allen Oct. 1, 1983

#47 Jordan Grabski

FS • Fr. • Bradenton, Fla.

PLAYER BIOS

CAREER BESTS

Solo tackles: 6 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Assists: 1, twice (at Wyoming, Sept. 13, 2013, and at North Texas, Aug.

31, 2013)

Total tackles: 7 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Passes defensed: 1 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013)

Tackles for loss: 2 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

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2013 7 18 4 22 3.0-6 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

#85 Clayton Homme

TE • Sr. • Kennewick, Wash.

CAREER BESTS

Receptions: 7 times (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013; at Louisiana Tech, Oct.

20, 2012; vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012, at LSU, Sept. 15, 2012; vs.

Bowling Green State, Sept. 8, 2012; vs. Fresno State, Sept. 24, 2011; vs.

Boise State, Nov. 12, 2010).

Yards receiving: 14 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013).

Long reception: 31 (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013).

G REC YDS AVG. TD LONG AVG./G

2010 8 1 6 6.0 0 6 0.75

2011 11 1 3 3.0 0 3 0.27

2012 12 4 34 8.5 0 13 2.8

2013 9 3 46 15.3 0 31 5.1

Totals 40 9 89 9.9 0 31 2.2

#91 Vince Keener

DT • Sr. • Avondale, Ariz.

CAREER BESTS

Solo tackles: 3 (vs. Wyoming, Sept. 2, 2012).

Assists: 3 (vs. Eastern Washington, Aug. 30, 2012).

Total tackles: 4 (vs. Eastern Washington, Aug. 30, 2012).

Tackles for loss: 1, fi ve times (at Utah State, Nov. 24, 2012; vs.

UTSA, Nov. 17, 2012; at Louisiana Tech, Oct. 20, 2012; vs. Wyoming,

Sept. 22, 2012, and vs. Eastern Washington, Aug. 30, 2012).

Sacks: 1, twice (at Utah State, Nov. 24, 2012, and vs. UTSA, Nov.

17, 2012).

Quarterback hurries: 1, four times (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013; vs. New Mexico State,

Oct. 6, 2012; vs. Eastern Washington, Aug. 30, 2012, and vs. Hawai`i, Oct. 29, 2011).

G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SCKS-YDS FF FR INT QBH PBU BLK KICK SFTY

2010 1 2 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0

2011 9 3 3 6 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0

2012 12 12 8 20 6.0-20 2-16 0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0

2013 9 12 8 20 0.5-0 0.5-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0

Career 31 29 19 48 7.0-31 2.5-16 0 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 0

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100-plus yard rushing games

347 Russell Davis Oct. 3, 1981

282 Willis Smith Oct. 8, 1932

273 Joel Thomas Nov. 23, 1996

255 Ray McDonald Nov. 19, 1966

241 Ray McDonald Oct. 23, 1965

226 Devon Pearce Nov. 17, 1990

221 Blair Lewis Oct. 26, 2002

214 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 8, 2007

206 Antonio Wilson Oct. 26, 1996

204 Sherriden May Sept. 18, 1993

202 Sherriden May Sept. 19, 1992

194 Sherriden May Oct. 14, 1994

194 Devon Pearce Nov. 4, 1990

190 Devon Pearce Oct. 13, 1990

186 Russell Davis Nov. 21, 1981

181 Zach Gerstner Nov. 15, 2003

180 Bill Scott Oct. 26, 1963

177 Zach Gerstner Oct. 25, 2003

177 Sherriden May Sept. 2, 1993

173 Antonio Wilson Nov. 2, 1996

173 Devon Pearce Sept. 22, 1990

171 Jayson Bird Nov. 6, 2004

170 Anthony Tenner Nov. 24, 2001

169 Devon Pearce Nov. 24, 1990

169 Wilbur Gary Nov. 11, 1955

168 Joel Thomas Oct. 3, 1998

168 Sherriden May Nov. 5, 1994

166 Sherriden May Sept. 17, 1994

165 Sherriden May Oct. 16, 1993

163 Kama Bailey Nov. 5, 2011

162 Bruce Harris Sept. 24, 1988

161 Joel Thomas Oct. 30, 1993

160 Princeton McCarty Oct. 25, 2008

160 Bruce Harris Sept. 17, 1988

160 Wilbur Gary Nov. 13, 1954

159 Zach Gerstner Oct. 4, 2003

159 Blair Lewis Nov. 23, 2002

158 Todd Hoiness Oct. 26, 1985

157 Michael Moody Oct. 9, 1999

155 Willie Alderson Oct. 21, 2000

155 Russell Davis Sept. 19, 1981

150 James Baker Oct. 12, 2013

149 Anthony Tenner Nov. 15, 1997

148 Joel Thomas Sept. 5, 1998

146 Joel Thomas Nov. 12, 1994

147 Zach Gerstner Nov. 22, 2003

143 DeMaundray Woodridge Nov. 14, 2009

143 DeMaundray Woolridge Sept. 26, 2009

143 Deonte` Jackson Oct. 20, 2007

143 Sherriden May Nov. 14, 1992

142 Joel Thomas Oct. 31, 1998

140 Willie Alderson Sept. 2, 2000

139 Willie Alderson Nov. 11, 2000

138 Joel Thomas Oct. 10, 1998

138 Lavoni Kidd Sept. 16, 1996

135 Willie Alderson Oct. 14, 2000

135 Devon Pearce Sept. 14, 1991

134 Jayson Bird Oct. 16, 2004

134 Joel Thomas Nov. 2, 1996

133 Sherriden May Oct. 24, 1992

129 Joel Thomas Nov. 11, 1995

128 Joel Thomas Sept. 28, 1996

128 Sherriden May Sept. 11, 1993

128 Ron Braden Nov. 19, 1955

127 at Brigham Young Nov. 12, 2011

126 DeMaundray Woodridge Dec. 30, 2009

126 Blair Lewis Oct. 5, 2002

126 Wally Jones Sept. 19, 1981

125 Princeton McCarty Oct. 10, 2009

125 Rolly Lumbala Oct. 16, 2004

125 Jayson Bird Oct. 2, 2004

#4 Jayshawn Jordan

CB • So. • Seattle, Wash.

#2 Najee Lovett

WR • Sr. • Berkeley, Calif.

PLAYER BIOS

CAREER BESTS

Solo tackles: 10 (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013).

Assists: 4 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013)

Total tackles: 10 (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013).

Pass breakups: 2 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013)

Interceptions: 1 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013)

Tackle for loss: 1 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013)

G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SCKS-YDS FF FR INT QBH PBU BLK KICK SFTY

2012 10 11 8 19 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0

2013 10 60 8 68 2.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 6 0 0

Career 20 71 18 87 2.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 6 0 0

#86 Mike LaGrone

TE • Sr. • Reno, Nev.

CAREER BESTS

Receptions: 6 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013)..

Yards receiving: 70 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2012).

Long reception: 59 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2012).

TD receiving: 1, fi ve times (at Louisiana State, Sept. 15, 2012; at

San Jose State, Nov. 5, 2011; vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011; vs.

Bowling Green State, Sept. 1, 2011, and vs. Boise State, Nov. 12,

2010)

G REC YDS AVG. TD LONG AVG./G

2010 11 13 112 8.6 1 28 10.2

2011 12 21 262 12.5 3 37 21.8

2012 12 16 134 8.4 2 18 11.2

2013 10 16 180 11.3 0 59 18.0

Career 45 66 688 10.4 6 59 15.3

CAREER BESTS

RECEVING – Receptions: 8, twice (vs. Wyoming, Sept. 22, 2012, and vs.

Eastern Washington, Aug. 30, 2012). Yards: 105 (vs. Eastern Washington,

Aug. 30, 2012). Long: 66 (vs. Eastern Washington, Aug. 30, 2012). TD: 2

(vs. Wyoming, Sept. 22, 2012).

PUNT RETURNS – Returns: 2 (vs. Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). Yards: -18

(vs. Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013).

KICK RETURNS – Returns: 5 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). Yards:

96 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013). Long: 34 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5,

2013).

RECEIVING G REC YDS AVG. TD LONG AVG./G

2012 12 50 543 10.9 6 66 45.3

2013 10 25 299 12.0 0 35 29.9

Career 22 75 842 11.2 6 66 38.3

PUNT RETURNS RET YDS LONG AVG TD

2013 2 -18 0 -9.0 0

KICK RETURNS RET YDS LONG AVG TD

2012 6 82 20 13.7 0

2013 13 296 34 22.8 0

Career 19 378 34 19.9 0

ALL-PURPOSE G PLAYS RUSH REC PR KR TOTAL AVG/PLAY AVG/G

2012 12 56 0 543 0 82 625 11.2 52.1

2013 10 40 0 299 -18 296 584 14.6 58.4

Career 22 96 0 842 -18 378 1202 12.5 54.6

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100-plus yard rushing games (con’t.)

124 Sherriden May Nov. 12, 1994

124 Roman Carter Dec. 1, 1990

123 Sherriden May Nov. 6, 1993

123 Sherriden May Oct. 17, 1992

122 Anthony Tenner Sept. 2, 1999

122 Eric Hisaw Sept. 17, 1994

122 Sherriden May Nov. 13, 1993

121 Ryan Bass Sept. 22, 2012

121 Joel Thomas Nov. 21, 1998

121 Sherriden May Sept. 24, 1994

121 Sherriden May Oct. 4, 1992

121 Ray McDonald Oct. 31, 1964

120 Joel Thomas Nov. 20, 1993

120 Steve Jackson Oct. 27, 1984

119 Joel Thomas Nov. 9, 1996

119 Joel Thomas Sept. 14, 1996

119 Damon Daniels Oct. 22, 1988

118 Anthony Tenner Sept. 18, 1999

118 Devon Pearce Sept. 29, 1990

118 Kerry Hickey Sept. 17, 1982

117 Robert Scott Nov. 9, 1996

117 Bruce Harris Oct. 1, 1988

116 Princeton McCarty Oct. 14, 2011

115 Joel Thomas Oct. 17, 1998

115 Joel Thomas Sept. 30, 1995

114 James Baker Nov. 2, 2013

114 Brian Flowers Nov. 18, 2006

114 Anthony Tenner Oct. 9, 1999

114 Lavoni Kidd Oct. 7, 1995

114 Sherriden May Oct. 8, 1994

114 Devon Pearce Oct. 6, 1990

114 Marlon Barrow Nov. 10, 1984

113 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 15, 2007

113 Willie Alderson Sept. 23, 3000

112 Ronnie White Nov. 9, 1991

112 Devon Pearce Nov. 10, 1990

111 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 22, 2007

111 Zach Gerstner Oct. 11, 2003

111 Sherriden May Oct. 1, 1994

111 Devon Pearce Sept. 15, 1990

110 Kama Bailey Nov. 19, 2011

110 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 13, 2008

110 Zach Gerstner Oct. 18, 2003

110 Blair Lewis Sept. 8, 2001

110 Zach Gerstner Sept. 30, 2000

108 Deonte` Jackson Oct. 13, 2007

108 Sherriden May Sept. 3, 1994

107 Willie Alderson Sept. 16, 2000

107 Anthony Tenner Oct. 16, 1999

107 Sherriden May Nov. 19, 1994

107 Doug Nussmeier Nov. 20, 1993

106 Ken Hobart Oct. 24, 1981

104 Zach Gerstner Sept. 20, 2003

104 Blair Lewis Sept. 22, 2001

104 Sherriden May Nov. 21, 1992

104 Scott Linehan Oct. 20, 1984

102 Blair Lewis Oct. 13, 2001

102 Joel Thomas Sept. 12, 1998

102 Kerry Hickey Oct. 30, 1982

101 Blair Lewis Nov. 16, 2002

101 Zach Gerstner Oct. 27, 2001

101 Damon Daniels Oct. 8, 1988

100 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 6, 2008

100 Anthony Tenner Nov. 13, 1999

100 Sherriden May Oct. 23, 1993

#45 Jake Manley

FB • So. • Riggins, Idaho

CAREER BESTS

Receptions: 1 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Yards receiving: 6 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Long reception: 6 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

TD receiving: 1 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

#23 Marc Millan

LB • Jr. • Mission Viejo, Calif.

PLAYER BIOS

RUSHING G/S ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LG AVG/G

2013 8/2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RECEIVING G REC YDS AVG TD LG AVG/G

2013 8 3 11 3.7 1 6 1.4

#74 Mike Marboe

C • Jr. • Wenatchee, Wash.

2013 Rimington Watch List member

2012 Rimington Watch list member

Has started every game (34) since his redshirt freshman season

#41 Juan Martinez

LB • Jr. • Napa, Calif.

CAREER BESTS

Total tackles: 9 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013)

Solo tackles: 5, twice (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013, and at North

Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Assisted tackles: 8 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013).

Passes defensed: 1, twice (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013, and vs.

Temple, Sept. 28, 2013)

Tackles for loss: 1 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013)

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2013 10 27 19 46 1.0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

CAREER BESTS

Total tackles: 11 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013).

Solo tackles: 8 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Assisted tackles: 7 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013).

Tackles for loss: 3 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013)

Sacks: 2 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013)

Pass breakups: 1, twice (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013, and at Washington

State, Sept. 21, 2013).

Quarterback hurries: 1, twice (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013, and vs.

Temple, Sept. 28., 2013).

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2013 10 59 19 78 8.0-40 4.0-30 0 0 0 2 3 0 0

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Carries

44 Devon Pearce Nov. 17, 1990

39 Zach Gerstner Nov. 22, 2003

38 Anthony Tenner Nov. 24, 2001

37 Ray McDonald Nov. 12, 1966

36 Zach Gerstner Nov. 15, 2003

34 Ray McDonald Oct. 24, 1964

33 Zach Gerstner Oct. 18, 2003

33 Devon Pearce Sept. 29, 1990

32 Ray McDonald Oct. 23, 1965

31 Sherriden May Sept. 19, 1992

31 Devon Pearce Nov. 10, 1990

30 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 8, 2007

30 Sherriden May Oct. 17, 1992

30 Devon Pearce Sept. 22, 1990

30 Larry Norby Nov. 17, 1956

29 Anthony Tenner Sept. 18, 1999

29 Joel Thomas Nov. 12, 1994

29 Sherriden May Sept. 2, 1993

29 Sherriden May Oct. 4, 1992

28 Princeton McCarty Oct. 29, 2011

28 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 15, 2007

28 Willie Alderson Oct. 14, 2000

28 Sherriden May Oct. 14, 1994

28 Sherriden May Oct. 24, 1991

28 Marlon Barrow Nov. 10, 1984

27 Zach Gerstner Nov. 8, 2003

27 Sherriden May Oct. 16, 1993

27 Devon Pearce Nov. 24, 1990

27 Devon Pearce Nov. 4, 1990

27 Devon Pearce Oct. 13, 1990

27 Bruce Harris Sept. 24, 1988

27 Ken Hobart Sept. 12, 1981

26 Deonte` Jackson Oct. 20, 2007

26 Jayson Bird Oct. 2, 2004

26 Zach Gerstner Aug. 31, 2002

26 Willie Alderson Sept. 23, 2000

26 Anthony Tenner Oct. 23, 1999

26 Joel Thomas Oct. 31, 1998

26 Joel Thomas Sept. 12, 1998

26 Sherriden May Nov. 21, 1992

26 Sherriden May Nov. 14, 1992

26 Ken Hobart Oct. 24, 1981

25 Princeton McCarty Oct. 14, 2011

25 Jayson Bird Nov. 6, 2004

25 Zach Gerstner Oct. 25, 2003

25 Zach Gerstner Oct. 27, 2001

25 Willie Alderson Nov. 11, 2000

25 Willie Alderson Oct. 21, 2000

25 Willie Alderson Sept. 9, 2000

25 Anthony Tenner Oct. 9, 1999

25 Joel Thomas Oct. 17, 1998

25 Joel Thomas Nov. 23, 1996

25 Sherriden May Nov. 12, 1994

25 Damon Daniels Oct. 22, 1988

25 Wally Jones Oct. 31, 1981

24 DeMaundray Woolridge Nov. 14, 2009

24 Deonte` Jackson Nov. 17, 2007

24 Zach Gerstner Nov. 11, 2003

24 Blair Lewis Oct. 26, 2002

24 Zach Gerstner Sept. 30, 2000

24 Joel Thomas Nov. 9, 1996

24 Sherriden May Oct. 8, 1994

24 Sherriden May Sept. 17, 1994

23 James Baker Oct. 12, 2013

23 Zach Gerstner Oct. 4, 2003

23 Blair Lewis Nov. 2, 2002

23 Michael Moody Oct. 9, 1999

23 Joel Thomas Oct. 10, 1998

23 vs. Lehigh Nov. 13, 1993

23 Sherriden May Nov. 6, 1993

23 Roman Carter Dec. 1, 1990

#4 Richard Montgomery

RB • Fr. • Jacksonville, Fla.

CAREER BESTS

Rushing: Carries – 12, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and

vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 13, 2013). Yards – 59 (vs. Northern Illinois,

Sept. 13, 2013). Long run – 13 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013).

Receiving: Receptions – 5 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Receiving

yards – 102 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013). Long – 64 (vs. Temple,

Sept. 28, 2013). Touchdowns – 1, three times (vs. Texas State, Nov.

2, 2013; vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013, and vs. Northern Illinois, Sept.

13, 2013).

Kickoff returns: Returns – 3, three times (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013; vs. Temple, Sept.

28, 2013, and at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013). Yards – 76 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013).

Long – 44 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 13, 2013).

Punt returns: Returns – 1 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013). Yards – 0 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7,

2013).

RUSHING G/S ATT GAIN LOSS NET AVG TD LG AVG/G

2013 10/3 51 193 17 176 3.5 2 13 17.6

RECEIVING G REC YDS AVG TD LG AVG/G

2013 9 13 153 11.8 3 64 17.0

KICKOFF RETURNS RET YDS LONG AVG TD

2013 14 308 44 22.0 0

PUNT RETURNS RET YDS LONG AVG TD

2013 1 0 0 0 0

ALL-PURPOSE G PLAYS RUSH REC PR KR TOTAL AVG/PLAY AVG/G

2013 10 79 176 153 0 308 637 8.1 63.7

#2 Bradley Njoku

SS • Jr. • Leander, Texas

CAREER BESTS

Total tackles: 15, twice (vs. Fresno State, Oct, 5, 2013, and at North

Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012).

Solo tackles: 12 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013).

Assisted tackles: 11 (at North Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012).

Tackles for loss: 1, three times (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013;

at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013, and at North Texas, Aug, 31, 2013).

Interceptions: 1, three times (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013; at Utah

State, Nov. 24, 2012, and vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011).

Pass breakups: 1, three times (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013; vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013,

and at Texas A&M, Sept. 17, 2011).

* interception vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011, was returned 37 yards for a TD.

G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SCKS-YDS FF FR INT QBH PBU BLK KICK SFTY

2011 13 9 14 23 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-37 0 1 0 0

2012 12 21 22 43 0.5-1 0-0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0 0

2013 10 60 16 76 3.0-3 0-0 0 0 1-18 0 2 0 0

Totals 35 90 52 142 3.5-4 0-0 0 0 3-55 0 3 0 0

#27 Delency Parham

CB • Jr. • Oakland, Calif.

CAREER BESTS

Total tackles: 6 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Solo tackles: 6 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Pass breakups: 1 (at Wyoming, Sept. 13, 2013)

Tackles for loss: 1 (vs Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013)

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2013 7 15 2 17 2.0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

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Carries (con’t.)

22 DeMaundray Woolridge Dec. 30, 2009

22 Deonte` Jackson Oct. 6, 2007

22 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 1, 2007

22 Jayson Bird Oct. 14, 2006

22 Rolly Lumbala Oct. 16, 2004

22 Zach Gerstner Nov. 3, 2001

22 Anthony Tenner Oct. 20, 2001

22 Willie Alderson Oct. 7, 2000

22 John Welsh Oct. 7, 2000

22 Joel Thomas Dec. 30, 1998

22 Joel Thomas Nov. 21, 1998

22 Anthony Tenner Nov. 15, 1997

22 Jerome Thomas Sept. 6, 1997

22 Joel Thomas Sept. 28, 1996

22 Sherriden May Sept. 3, 1994

22 Joel Thomas Oct. 30, 1993

22 Sherriden May Oct. 23, 1993

22 Sherriden May Sept. 18, 1993

21 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 13, 2008

21 Rolly Lumbala Oct. 29, 2005

21 Rolly Lumbala Oct. 1, 2005

21 Rolly Lumbala Nov. 6, 2004

21 Zach Gerstner Sept. 20, 2003

21 Blair Lewis Sept. 8, 2001

21 Willie Alderson Nov. 4, 2000

21 Ronnie White Nov. 16, 1991

21 Bruce Harris Oct. 15, 1988

21 Marlon Barrow Oct. 20, 1984

21 Russell Davis Nov. 21, 1981

21 Russell Davis Oct. 10, 1981

20 Deonte` Jackson Sept. 22, 2007

20 Jayson Bird Sept. 2, 2006

20 Blair Lewis Nov. 23, 2002

20 Blair Lewis Nov. 16, 2002

20 Willie Alderson Nov. 18, 2000

20 Joel Thomas Sept. 5, 1998

20 Sherriden May Nov. 5, 1994

20 Devon Pearce Oct. 5, 1991

20 Devon Pearch Sept. 14, 1991

20 Todd Hoiness Oct. 26, 1985

20 Scott Linehan Oct. 20, 1984

20 Russell Davis Oct. 3, 1981

Rushing TDs

4 DeMaundray Woolridge Oct. 17, 2009

4 Willie Alderson Oct. 14, 2000

4 Joel Thomas Nov. 23, 1996

4 Sherriden May Sept. 11, 1993

4 Kerry Hickey Nov. 13, 1982

4 Russell Davis Oct. 3, 1981

3 Jayson Bird Oct. 2, 2004

3 Rolly Lumbala Oct. 2, 2004

3 Blair Lewis Oct. 5, 2002

3 Anthony Tenner Nov. 13, 1999

3 Antonio Wilson Oct. 26, 1996

3 Joel Thomas Nov. 12, 1994

3 Sherriden May Nov. 13, 1993

3 Sherriden May Sept. 18, 1993

3 Sherriden May Nov. 21, 1992

3 Sherriden May ** Oct. 31, 1992

**scored fourth TD in this game on a 96-yard kickoff return

3 Sherriden May Oct. 17, 1992

3 Sherriden May Oct. 4, 1992

3 Sherriden May Sept. 19, 1992

3 Doug Nussmeier Sept. 5, 1992

3 Devon Pearce Nov. 24, 1990

3 Devon Pearce Oct. 13, 1990

3 Devon Pearce Sept. 22, 1990

3 Damon Daniels Oct. 21, 1989

3 Damon Daniels Oct. 28, 1989

3 Russell Davis Nov. 21, 1981

#5 Austin Rehkow

P/K • Fr. • Spokane, Wash.

PLAYER BIOS

CAREER BESTS

Punts: 9, twice (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013, and at Wyoming, Sept. 7,

2013)

Punting yards: 434 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013)

Punting average: 54.3 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013)

Long punt: 63 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013)

Punts of 60 or more yards: 63 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013); 62 (vs. Northern

Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013, and at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013), and 60 (at

North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Field goals: 4 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013).

Field goal attempts: 5 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013).

Long field goal: 41 (at Wyoming, Sept. 7, 2013).

G PUNTS YDS AVG. LONG TB FC I20 50+ BLKD

2013 10 63 3005 47.7 63 7 10 19 29 0

#87 Roman Runner

WR/DB • Sr. • Oakley, Calif.

CAREER BESTS

Receptions: 4, twice (vs. New Mexico State, Oct. 6, 2012, and vs. Wyoming,

Sept. 22, 2012).

Yards receiving: 68 (vs. UTSA, Nov. 17, 2012).

Long reception: 38 (vs. Wyoming, Sept. 22, 2012).

G REC YDS AVG. TD LONG AVG./G

2012 11 18 218 12.1 0 38 19.8

2013 9 12 106 8.8 0 36 11.8

Career 20 30 324 20.8 0 38 16.2

#55 Dallas Sandberg

OG • So. • Prescott Valley, Ariz.

Started 16 consecutive games before missing Temple game with an

injury.

#8 Eric Tuipulotu

LB • Jr. • Menlo Park, Calif.

CAREER BESTS

Total tackles: 7 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013).

Unassisted tackles: 6, twice (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013, and vs.

Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013).

Assists: 6 (at Washington State, Sept. 21, 2013).

Tackles for loss: 1 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013).

Forced fumble: 1 (vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 14, 2013).

Interception: 1 (vs. Fresno State, Oct. 5, 2013)

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2013 10 37 16 53 1.0-4 0-0 1-0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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Longest run

99 George Wilson Oct. 18, 1930

90* Joel Thomas Nov. 23, 1996

89* Wilbur Gary 1955

89 Wilbur Gary 1954

87* Tim Lappano 1975

85* Russell Davis, twice in this game Oct. 3, 1981

82* Princeton McCarty Nov. 12, 2011

82* Willie Alderson Sept. 2, 2000

81* Blair Lewis Oct. 26, 2002

80 Willie Alderson Oct. 21, 2000

80* Russell Davis Oct. 4, 1980

80 Tim Lappano 1977

80 Robert Taylor 1976

79* Doug Nussmeier Oct. 23, 1993

74* Alan Allen Nov. 9, 1991

72 Devon Pearce 1989

76* Tim Lappano 1975

71* Jayson Bird Sept. 4, 2004

71* Dale Meyer 1963

71* Scott Linehan Sept. 20, 1986

70 Kama Bailey Nov. 5, 2011

70* Sherriden May Nov. 5, 1994

70* Russell Davis Oct. 3, 1981

69 Tim Lappano 1979

69 Dave Comstock 1975

68 DeMaundray Woolridge Nov. 7, 2009

68 Sherriden May 1993

67 Princeton McCarty Sept. 5, 2009

66* Sherriden May Sept. 19, 1992

66* Ray McDonald 1965

64* Tim Lappano 1975

63 Rocky Tuttle 1977

60 Antwaun Sherman Sept. 10, 2005

60 Robert Taylor 1977

60 Robert Brooks 1975

59* Deonte Jackson Oct. 24, 2009

59 June Hanford 1958

58 Willie Alderson Nov. 11, 2000

58* Kerry Hickey Sept. 25, 1982

57* Sherriden May Sept. 11, 1993

57 Russell Davis 1978

56 Willie Alderson Sept. 16, 2000

56 Willie Alderson 1997

56* Jack Klein Oct. 4, 1980

56 Tom Coombs Sept. 20, 1980

55* Kerry Hickey Nov. 3, 1983

55* Dave Comstock 1975

55 Flip Kleffner 1953

54 Kama Bailey Nov. 12, 2010

54* Princeton McCarty Oct. 25, 2008

54 Doug Nussmeier 1992

54 Ken Hobart 1981

54 Terry Idler 1978

53* DeMaundray Wooldridge Sept. 19, 2009

53* Blair Lewis Oct. 5, 2002

52 Chad Chalich Oct. 12, 2013

52 Princeton McCarty Dec. 30, 2009

52* Brant Bengen Sept. 21, 1985

52* Dave Comstock 1975

51* Malfred Shaw Sept. 14, 2002

51* Chris Taylor Oct. 6, 1990

50 Terry Idler 1980

50 Mike McCurty 1978

*scoring run

#83 Deon Watson

WR • Fr. • Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

#7 Trey Williams

FS • Sr. • Itta Bena, Miss.

#39 Matthew Willis

LB • Sr. • Palos Verdes, Calif.

PLAYER BIOS

CAREER BESTS

Receptions: 5 (vs. Temple, Sept. 28, 2013).

Yards receiving: 39 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013)

Long reception: 39 (at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013)

G REC YDS AVG. TD LONG AVG./G

2013 10 22 255 11.6 1 39 25.5

CAREER BESTS

Total tackles: 9, twice (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 1013, and at Ole Miss,

Oct. 26, 2013).

Unassisted tackles: 7, twice (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013, and vs.

Eastern Washington, Aug. 31, 2012).

Assists: 5, twice (vs. North Dakota, Sept. 10, 2011, and vs. Bowling

Green State, Sept. 1, 2011).

Tackles for loss: 1.5 (vs. Texas State, Nov. 2, 2013)

Pass breakups: 1, twice (vs. Wyoming, Sept. 22, 2012, and vs. Eastern

Washington, Aug. 31, 2012).

Interceptions: 1, twice (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013, and at Arkansas State, Oct. 12, 2013).

Fumble recoveries: 1, twice (at Wyoming, Sept. 13, 2013), and at New Mexico State, Oct. 14,

2011).

G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS INT PBU QBH FR FF BLKD KICK SFTY

2011 10 16 11 27 0.5-2 0-0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 0

2012 11 22 6 28 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0-0 0 0 0

2013 9 36 5 41 2.0-3 0-0 2-45 0 0 1-0 0 0 0

Career 30 74 22 96 2.5-5 0-0 2-45 2 0 2-0 0 0 0

CAREER BESTS

Total tackles: 11 (at North Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012).

Unassisted tackles: 7 (at North Texas, Aug. 31, 2013)

Assists: 9 (at North Carolina, Sept. 29, 2012).

Sacks: 1, twice (at Ole Miss, Oct. 26, 2013, and at Arkansas State,

Oct. 12, 2013)

Tackles for loss: 1.5 (at Utah State, Nov. 24, 2012)

Quarterback hurries: 2 (vs. Old Dominion, Nov. 9, 2013)

G UT AT TT TFL-YDS SACKS-YDS INT PBU QBH FR FF BLKD KICK SFTY

2012 11 23 13 36 2.5-6 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2013 10 34 10 44 2.0-21 2.0-21 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

Career 21 57 23 80 4.5-27 2.0-21 0 1 2 0 0 0 0

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Longest kickoff return

100* Antwan Sherman Oct. 16, 2004

100* Montrell Williams Oct. 8, 1994

100* Roman Carter Oct. 6, 1990

100* Robert Taylor 1976

100* Garrett 1944

96* Sherriden May Oct. 31, 1992

96* John Jake Sept. 17, 1988

96 Jay Buhler 1953

95* Princeton McCarty Oct. 14, 2011

94* Justin Veltung Oct. 31, 2009

93* Montrell Williams Oct. 14, 1995

92* Todd Handley Oct. 20, 2012

92* Chris Lacy Nov. 6, 1999

89* Brant Bengen Sept. 8, 1984

86 Kama Bailey Nov. 6, 2010

84* Justin Veltung Nov. 27, 2010

79* Rod Bryant Oct. 25, 2003

79 Tom Pace 1996

75 Jeff McCarthy 1975

72 Jeffrey Townsley 1997

64 Devon Sturdivant Oct. 20, 2007

64 Matt Miller Aug. 30, 2003

63 Dewey Hale Oct. 20, 2007

63 Cedric Thompson Sept. 21, 2002

60 Matthew Harvey Sept. 24, 2011

59 J.R. Ruffi n Nov. 20, 2004

58 Tim Lappano 1975

58 McCollum 1965

Longest punt return

100* Shiloh Keo Sept. 22, 2007

98 Tim Sams Oct. 27, 2001

87 John Brogan 1950

86* Rod Bryant Nov. 16, 2002

82* Kyle Gary Oct. 22, 1994

81* Justin Veltung Oct. 8, 2011

66* Brant Bengen Oct. 12, 1985

64* Justin Veltung Oct. 14, 2011

62* Eric Yarber Sept. 21, 1985

61* David Jeranko Sept. 29, 1980

56* Richard Carey Nov. 5, 1988

55 Cedric Thompson Sept. 7, 2002

54 Paul Wagar 1957

44* Joey Neidhold Oct. 17, 1981

39 Bill Scott 1965

MISCELLANEOUS

CAREER STARTS/GAMES PLAYED

2013 2012 2011 2010 Total

James Baker 4/9 5/12 - na 10/19

Brett Ballard 3 - na na 3

Desmond Banks 2/7 na na na 2/7

Spencer Beale 4/8 4/11 - na 9/19

Quinton Bradley 3/5 1/11 - na 4/16

Jerrel Brown 1/7 na na na 1/7

QuayShawne Buckley 7/10 8 6/12 na 22/31

Marius Burgsmueller 7/10 12 - na 7/22

Zach Cable 6 na na na 6

D’Mario Carter 1/5 10 - na 1/15

Chad Chalich 7/7 - na na 7/7

Buck Cowan 1/10 na na na 1/10

Jesse Davis * 5/5 12/12 - na 17/17

Taylor Davis 3/8 1/5 3/7 - 7/20

Solomon Dixon 5/5 4/12 na na 9/17

Larry Dugan 9 3 - 3 16

Ryan Edwards 4/10 2/12 na na 6/22

Cody Elenz 8/8 12/12 na na 20/20

Taylor Elmo 3/10 - 8/12 7/11 18/33

Dezmon Epps 5/10 na na na 5/10

Maxx Forde 10/10 11/12 - na 21/22

Jordan Grabski 2/9 na na na 2/9

Tom Hennessey 10 na na na 10

Clayton Homme 4/9 9/12 1/11 - 14/32

Jayshawn Jordan 8/10 10 8/20

Vince Keener 9/10 4/12 - - 12/22

Jared Klingenberg 5 na na 5

Aaron Lazaro 4 - - na 4

Mike LaGrone 6/10 9/12 7/12 - 22/34

Najee Lovett 6/10 10/12 - na 17/22

Tueni Luepamanu 9 na na na 9

Sione Maile 2/3 na na na 2/3

Jake Manley 1/8 2/12 - na 4/20

Mike Marboe 10/10 12/12 12/12 na 34/34

Juan Martinez 10/10 na na na 10/10

Steve Matlock 6/6 na na na 6/6

Josh McCain 6 na na na 6

Marc Millan 10/10 na na na 10/10

Richard Montgomery 3/10 na na na 3/10

Matthew Neal 3 na na na 3

Bradley Njoku 10/10 2/12 - na 12/22

Kristoffer Olugbode 2/10 na na na 2/10

Delency Parham 4/7 na na na 4/7

Justin Parkins 9 12 na na 21

Justin Podrabsky 9 9 - na 18

Austin Rehkow 10/10 na na na 10/10

Anthony Rice 9 na na na 9

Roman Runner 1/10 2/11 - na 3/21

Dallas Sandberg 4/4 10/11 - na 14/15

Jacob Sannon 10 na na na 10

Kevin Shelton 2/6 na na na 2/6

Russell Siavii 1/4 na na na 1/4

Maurice Trotter 5 na 9 na 14

Eric Tuipulotu 7/10 na na na 7/10

Nick Von Rotz 10/10 na na na 10/10

Deon Watson 8/10 na na na 8/10

Broc Westlake 10 na na na 10

Calvin White 1/3 na na na 1/3

Christian Whitehead 1/6 - - - 1/6

Trey Williams 6/10 4/11 - - 10/20

Matt Willis 3/10 1/11 - na 4/21

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Longest field goal

56 Mike Hollis 10/30/93

55 Mike Hollis 9/11/93

55 Ben Davis 10/31/98

55 Trey Farquhar 11/5/11

Trey Farquhar 10/6/12

54 Trey Farquhar 10/24/09

53 Ralph Lowe 10/30/76

Ricardo Castillo 11/6/71

Tim McMonigle 11/10/82

Mike Barrow vs. 11/12/05

Trey Farquhar 9/22/12

Trey Farquhar 10/6/12

52 Brian Decicio 9/26/87

Thayne Doyle 10/22/88

Mike Hollis 10/24/92

Ryan Woolverton 10/1/94

Ben Davis (twice) 10/2/99

Ben Davis 11/18/00

Tino Amancio 10/25/08

Tino Amancio 11/22/08

Trey Farquhar 10/10/09

Trey Farquhar 11/7/09

Trey Farquhar 11/24/12

51 Ryan Woolverton 9/3/94

Tino Amancio 9/8/07

Tino Amancio 10/25/08

Trey Farquhar 11/17/12

50 Tim McMonigle 9/18/82

Thayne Doyle 10/22/88

Ben Davis 9/9/00

Ben Davis 9/23/00

Mike Barrow 10/22/05

Trey Farquhar 9/10/10

Trey Farquhar 9/10/11

Longest punt

82 Flip Kleffner 1953

77 Mike Barrow Oct. 22, 2005

77 Ken Hall 1957

76 Bobby Cowan Oct. 1, 2011

75 Darin Maguson 1986

75 Dion Jergo 1979

75 Ken Hall 1958

74 T.J. Conley Sept. 20, 2008

74 Darin Magnuson 1984

73 Robert Taylor 1975

71 Bobby Cowan Sept. 1, 2011

68 Paul Cox 1976

67 Bobby Cowan Oct. 24, 2009

67 T.J. Conley Nov. 3, 2007

66 T.J. Conley Oct. 7, 2006

66 Darrell Danielson 1965

65 Bobby Cowan Dec. 4, 2010

65 Ralph Lowe 1977

63 Austin Rehkow Sept. 7, 2013

63 T.J. Conley Oct. 18, 2008

63 Ryan Downes Oct. 21, 2000

63 Mickey Rice 1964

62 Austin Rehkow Nov. 2, 2013

62 Austin Rehkow Sept. 14, 2013

62 Austin Rehkow Aug. 31, 2013

62 T.J. Conley Nov. 17, 2007

62 Chris Brockman 1980

62 Bob Cheek 1975

62 Frank Teverbaugh 1954

61 Bobby Cowan Nov. 24, 2012

61 T.J. Conley Nov. 1, 2008

61 T.J. Conley Oct. 4, 2008

61 T.J. Conley Nov. 3, 2007

MISCELLANEOUS

SCORING DRIVES

QTR PLAYS YDS TOP SCORING PLAY GAME CLOCK

AT UNT

1st 4 75 2:00 Manley 6 pass from Chalich 13:00

AT WYOMING

4th 13 56 4:14 Rehkow 41 FG 6:15

4th 12 80 4:07 Baker 1 run 00:18

VS. NIU

1st 10 75 3:38 Baker 1 run 11:22

1st 4 62 1:34 Montgomery 27 pass from Chalich 3:45

2nd 9 87 2:37 Baker 37 pass from Chalich 14:51

2nd 9 74 4:01 McCain 34 run 9:35

4th 6 36 2:05 Baker 1 run 14:19

AT WSU

VS. TEMPLE

1st 3 75 0;56 Montgomery 64 pass from Chalich 12:20

2nd 9 80 3:23 Montgomery 5 run 8:39

2nd 12 54 4:53 Rehkow 39 FG 1:21

3rd 6 47 3:02 Rehkow 30 FG 5:09

4th 6 59 2:17 Rehkow 38 FG 14:10

4th 9 49 3:59 Rehkow 25 FG 6:11

VS. FRESNO STATE

4th 8 63 2:14 Epps 16 pass from McCain 13:11

4th 11 66 2:49 Baker 15 pass from Chalich 5:49

AT ARKANSAS STATE

1st 4 42 1:42 Baker 4 run 1:29

3rd 10 60 3:33 Rehkow 28 FG 7:09

3rd 6 39 1:51 Epps 15 pass from T. Davis 4:09

4th 9 74 3:22 Baker 1 run 14:22

AT OLE MISS

2nd 9 75 3:30 T. Davis 2 run 13:09

3rd 6 75 2:49 Epps 62 pass from T. Davis 6:04

VS. TEXAS STATE

1st 11 75 4:28 Watson 20 pass from T. Davis 7:25

2nd 10 75 3:28 Baker 7 run 3:48

4th 14 78 4:44 Montgomery 10 pass from T. Davis 3:43

VS. OLD DOMINION

1st 1 73 :19 Baker 73 pass from T. Davis 14:41

1st 4 31 2:01 T. Davis 17 run 11:41

1st 7 70 2:08 T. Davis 12 run 2:36

2nd 13 74 6:25 Rehkow 41 FG 9:50

2nd 2 65 :48 Epps 66 pass from T. Davis 1:51

3rd 8 67 3:04 Montgomery 12 run 1:20

AT FLORIDA STATE

AT NMSU

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Longest punts (con’t.)

60 Austin Rehkow Aug. 31, 2013

60 Bobby Cowan Oct. 14, 2011

60 Bobby Cowan Sept. 10, 2011

60 T.J. Conley Nov. 22, 2008

60 T.J. Conley Sept. 13, 2008

60 T.J. Conley Nov. 3, 2007

60 Ryan Downes Nov. 22, 2003

60 Ryan Downes Sept. 28, 2002

59 Austin Rehkow Sept. 28, 2013

59 Bobby Cowan Sept. 22, 2012

59 Bobby Cowan Dec. 4, 2010

59 Bobby Cowan Nov. 12, 2010

59 Bobby Cowan Oct. 30, 2010

59 Bobby Cowan Oct. 23, 2010

59 Ryan Downes Sept. 8, 2001

58 Austin Rehkow Oct. 5, 2013

58 Bobby Cowan Oct. 14, 2011

58 Bobby Cowan Oct. 1, 2011

58 Bobby Cowan Nov. 20, 2010

58 Bobby Cowan Nov. 12, 2010

58 Bobby Cowan Oct. 23, 2010

58 T.J. Conley Aug. 30, 2008

58 Ryan Downes Nov. 16, 2002

58 Ryan Downes Sept. 28, 2002

58 Justin Spiva Oct. 2, 1999

58 Steve Tanner 1974

57 Austin Rehkow Oct. 5, 2013

57 Bobby Cowan Oct. 20, 2012

57 Bobby Cowan Oct. 14, 2011

57 Bobby Cowan Sept. 1, 2011

57 T.J. Conley Sept. 20, 2008

57 Justin Spiva Nov. 6, 1999

57 Pete O’Brien 1981

57 Dion Jergo 1978

57 Chris Brockman 1979

56 Austin Rehkow Oct. 12, 2013

56 Bobby Cowan Nov. 24, 2012

56 Bobby Cowan Oct. 14, 2011

56 T.J. Conley Oct. 18, 2008

56 T.J. Conley Sept. 13, 2008

56 T.J. Conley Sept. 6, 2008

56 T.J. Conley Sept. 1, 2007

56 T.J. Conley Nov. 25, 2006

56 Ryan Downes Nov. 16, 2002

56 Justin Spiva Oct. 16, 1999

55 Austin Rehkow Nov. 2, 2013

55 Austin Rehkow Oct. 26, 2013

55 Austin Rehkow Oct. 12, 2013

55 Austin Rehkow Oct. 5, 2013

55 Bobby Cowan Nov. 17, 2012

55 Bobby Cowan Oct. 20, 2012

55 Bobby Cowan Oct. 8, 2011

55 Bobby Cowan Nov. 3, 2012

55 Bobby Cowan Sept. 1, 2011

55 Bobby Cowan Nov. 7, 2009

55 Bobby Cowan Oct. 31, 2009

55 Bobby Cowan Sept. 19, 2009

55 Bobby Cowan Sept. 5, 2009

55 Bobby Cowan Nov. 12, 2010

55 Bobby Cowan Oct. 23, 2010

55 Bobby Cowan Sept. 18, 2010

55 T.J. Conley Oct. 4, 2008

55 T.J. Conley Aug. 30, 2008

55 Mike Barrow Nov. 19, 2005

55 Mike Barrow Oct. 8, 2005

55 Ryan Downes Nov. 8, 2003

55 Ryan Downes Sept. 21, 2001

55 Justin Spiva Nov. 13, 1999

55 Darin Magnuson 1983

2013 BIG GAMES

RUSHING YARDS

James Baker 150 at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013

James Baker 114 vs. Texas State Nov. 2, 2013

Chad Chalich 114 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

RUSHING CARRIES

James Baker 23 at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2103

Chad Chalich 20 vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 14, 2013

James Baker 19 vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 14, 2013

RECEIVING YARDS

Dezmon Epps 175 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

Dezmon Epps 110 vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 14, 2013

Richard Montgomery 102 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

Dezmon Epps 94 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

RECEPTIONS

Dezmon Epps 9 vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 14, 2013

Dezmon Epps 9 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

Dezmon Epps 8 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

Dezmon Epps 8 at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013

PASSING YARDS

Chad Chalich 310 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

Taylor Davis 208 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

PASS COMPLETIONS

Chad Chalich 26 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

Chad Chalich 22 at Wyoming Sept. 7, 2013

Taylor Davis 20 vs. Texas State Nov. 2, 2013

PASS ATTEMPTS

Chad Chalich 43 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

Taylor Davis 39 at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013

Taylor Davis 35 vs. Texas State Nov. 2, 2013

ALL PURPOSE YARDS

Dezmon Epps 248 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

Richard Montgomery 170 vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 14, 2013

Richard Montgomery 163 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS

Chad Chalich 424 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

Chad Chalich 251 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

TACKLES

Bradley Njoku 15 (12/3) vs. Fresno State Oct. 5, 2013

Marc Millan 11 (4/7) at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013

Jayshawn Jordan 10 (10/0) at Ole Miss Oct. 26, 2013

Marc Millan 10 (8/2) at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

Matt Willis 10 (7/3) at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

TACKLES FOR LOSS

Marc Millan 3.0 (-15) at Wyoming Sept. 7, 2103

Q. Buckley 3.0 (-10) vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

Maxx Forde 3.0 (-12) vs. Old Dominion Sept. 2, 2013

SACKS

Marc Millan 2 (-14) at Wyoming Sept. 7, 2013

INTERCEPTIONS

Bradley Njoku 1 (18) at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

D’Mario Carter 1 (3) at Washington State Sept. 21, 2013

Solomon Dixon 1 (0) at Wyoming Sept. 7, 2013

Jayshawn Jordan 1 (0) vs. Fresno State Oct. 5, 2013

Eric Tuipulotu 1 (0) vs. Fresno State Oct. 5, 2013

Trey Williams 1 (37) at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013

Trey Williams 1 (8) vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

FUMBLE RECOVERIES

Jordan Grabski 2 (-3) at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

Maxx Forde 2 (0) at Washington State Sept. 21, 2013

PUNT RETURNS

Dezmon Epps 5 vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 14, 2013

PUNT RETURN YARDS

Dezmon Epps 47 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

Dezmon Epps 34 vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 14, 2013

KICKOFF RETURNS

Najee Lovett 5 at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS

Najee Lovett 96 at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013

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Long interception return

100* Dennis Gibbs Oct. 11, 1997

99* Jim Norton 1958

98* Stanley Franks Sept. 30, 2006

98* Sherriden May Sept. 7, 1991

94 Gary Walker Sept. 15, 2012

93* Virgil Paulsen Nov. 22, 1986

78* Quin Ashley Nov. 19, 2011

74* JoJo Dickson Sept. 19, 2009

71* Mike Anderson Oct. 1, 2005

70* Carlton McBride Sept. 13, 1980

70 Cal Hilgenberg 1955

69 Chris Smith Sept. 29, 2007

64* Cal Loveall Sept. 22, 1984

61* Dan Dykes Nov. 6, 2004

58* Ernest Sanders Sept. 26, 1987

56 Barry Hopkins 1975

53* Larry White Sept. 29, 1980

51 Chris Tormey 1977

50 Tommy Knecht Sept. 24, 1994

48* Jason O’Neil Sept. 16, 1995

46* John Kirtland 1975

46 Bill Scott 1964

45 Joe White 1974

44* Shiloh Keo Sept. 2, 2010

44 Byron Strickland 1965

40 Jordan Kramer Oct. 14, 2000

40* Cole Wilson Oct. 1, 1994

39 JoJo Dickson Oct. 10, 2009

38 Ben Alexander Sept. 10, 2005

38 Bill Kielty 1975

38 Larry Gorrell 1953

37 Trey Williams Oct. 12, 2013

37* Bradley Njoku Sept. 10, 2011

31 Mike Anderson Oct. 18, 2003

31 Don Matthews 1963

30 Dave Longoria 1994

30 Cal Hilgenberg 1954

28* Duval Seamster Sept. 3, 2000

Most interceptions in a single game

3 Jim Norton 1958

3 Ken Larsen 1949

Most interception return yards in a single

game

114 Jim Norton 1958

Blocked punt returned for a TD

32* Todd Fryhover Dec. 4, 1982

Longest fumble return

99* Dennis Gibbs Nov. 22, 1997

89* Chris Nofoaiga Oct. 9, 1999

86 Jesse Davis Oct. 20, 2012

74* Jo Artis Ratti Sept. 30, 2006

70* Tracy Carter Oct. 29, 2011

62* Chris Nofoaiga Sept. 18, 1999

54 Gary Walker Oct. 16, 2010

50* Dave Longoria Oct. 21, 1995

46* Tim Trahan Sept. 2, 1993

29* Ryan Phillips Oct. 1, 1994

28* Cleavon Bradshaw Oct. 30, 1999

*Scoring play

MISCELLANEOUS

BIG PLAYS

LONG RUN

Chad Chalich 52 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

Jerrel Brown 47 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

James Baker 38 at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013

LONG RECEPTIONS

James Baker 73 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

Dezmon Epps 66 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

Richard Montgomery 64 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

Dezmon Epps 62 at Ole Miss Oct. 26, 2013

Mike LaGrone 59 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

Dezmon Epps 50 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

James Baker 42 at Ole Miss Oct. 26, 2013

Jacob Sannon 41 at Washington State Sept. 21, 2013

LONG PASS

Taylor Davis 73 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

Taylor Davis 66 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

Chad Chalich 64 vs. Temple Sept. 28, 2013

Taylor Davis 62 at Ole Miss Oct. 26, 2013

Chad Chalich 59 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

Chad Chalich 50 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

Taylor Davis 42 at Ole Miss Oct. 26, 2013

Chad Chalich 41 at Washington State Sept. 21, 2013

LONG KICKOFF RETURNS

Richard Montgomery 44 vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 14, 2013

Richard Montgomery 43 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

LONG PUNTS

Austin Rehkow 63 at Wyoming Sept. 7, 2013

Austin Rehkow 62 vs. Texas State Nov. 2, 2013

Austin Rehkow 62 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

Austin Rehkow 62 vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 14, 2013

Austin Rehkow 60 at North Texas Aug. 31, 2013

LONG FIELD GOALS

Austin Rehkow 41 at Wyoming Sept. 7, 2013

Austin Rehkow 41 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 2, 2013

LONG INTERCEPTION RETURNS

Trey Williams 37 at Arkansas State Oct. 12, 2013

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TEAM STATISTICS UI OPP

SCORING 188 457

Points Per Game 18.8 45.7

FIRST DOWNS 189 258

Rushing 89 101

Passing 81 137

Penalty 19 20

RUSHING YARDAGE 1399 2024

Yards gained rushing 1823 2230

Yards lost rushing 424 206

Rushing Attempts 429 384

Average Per Rush 3.3 5.3

Average Per Game 139.9 202.4

TDs Rushing 12 27

PASSING YARDAGE 2234 3291

Comp-Att-Int 182-337-8 263-383-8

Average Per Pass 6.6 8.6

Average Per Catch 12.3 12.5

Average Per Game 223.4 329.1

TDs Passing 12 33

TOTAL OFFENSE 3633 5315

Total Plays 766 767

Average Per Play 4.7 6.9

Average Per Game 363.3 531.5

KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 39-832 23-665

PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 19-117 28-341

INT RETURNS: #-Yards 8-67 8-80

KICK RETURN AVERAGE 21.3 28.9

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 6.2 12.2

INT RETURN AVERAGE 8.4 10.0

FUMBLES-LOST 20-13 12-6

PENALTIES-Yards 65-567 73-637

Average Per Game 56.7 63.7

PUNTS-Yards 63-3005 45-1864

Average Per Punt 47.7 41.4

Net punt average 40.1 37.0

KICKOFFS-Yards 39-2393 78-4894

Average Per Kick 61.4 62.7

Net kick average 35.3 40.5

TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 31:16 28:41

3RD-DOWN Conversions 62/175 61/141

3rd-Down Pct 35% 43%

4TH-DOWN Conversions 12/29 12/18

4th-Down Pct 41% 67%

SACKS BY-Yards 16-124 44-304

MISC YARDS 0 0

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 24 62

FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 7-14 8-11

ON-SIDE KICKS 1-3 0-1

RED-ZONE SCORES (23-28) 82% (44-53) 83%

RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (17-28) 61% (40-53) 75%

PAT-ATTEMPTS (23-24) 96% (59-62) 95%

ATTENDANCE 73718 160177

Games/Avg Per Game 5/14744 5/32035

Neutral Site Games 0/0

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University of Idaho 62 48 27 51 – 188

Opponents 114 134 112 97 – 457


2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING

GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G

James Baker 9 133 567 24 543 4.1 6 38 60.3

Chad Chalich 7 96 423 211 212 2.2 0 52 30.3

Richard Montgomery 10 51 193 17 176 3.5 2 13 17.6

Josh McCain 6 43 229 71 158 3.7 1 34 26.3

Jerrel Brown 7 39 155 12 143 3.7 0 47 20.4

Kristoffer Olugbode 10 25 82 0 82 3.3 0 9 8.2

Taylor Davis 6 31 139 67 72 2.3 3 17 12.0

Dezmon Epps 10 7 27 15 12 1.7 0 17 1.2

Najee Lovett 10 2 7 0 7 3.5 0 4 0.7

Austin Rehkow 10 2 1 7 -6 -3.0 0 1 -0.6

Total.......... 10 429 1823 424 1399 3.3 12 52 139.9

Opponents...... 10 384 2230 206 2024 5.3 27 64 202.4

PASSING

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G

Chad Chalich 7 123.00 113-184-3 61.4 1224 5 64 174.9

Taylor Davis 6 110.18 61-133-3 45.9 854 6 73 142.3

Josh McCain 6 107.39 8-19-2 42.1 156 1 40 26.0

TEAM 1 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0

Total.......... 10 116.69 182-337-8 54.0 2234 12 73 223.4

Opponents...... 10 165.10 263-383-8 68.7 3291 33 85 329.1

RECEIVING

G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G

Dezmon Epps 10 66 811 12.3 4 66 81.1

Najee Lovett 10 25 299 12.0 0 35 29.9

Deon Watson 10 22 255 11.6 1 39 25.5

Michael LaGrone 10 16 180 11.2 0 59 18.0

Richard Montgomery 10 13 153 11.8 3 64 15.3

Roman Runner 10 12 106 8.8 0 36 10.6

James Baker 9 8 177 22.1 3 73 19.7

Kristoffer Olugbode 10 4 55 13.8 0 23 5.5

Clayton Homme 9 3 46 15.3 0 31 5.1

Jerrel Brown 7 3 14 4.7 0 11 2.0

Jake Manley 8 3 11 3.7 1 6 1.4

Jacob Sannon 10 2 61 30.5 0 41 6.1

J Podrabsky 7 2 33 16.5 0 21 4.7

Trent Cowan 10 2 20 10.0 0 12 2.0

Kevin Shelton 4 1 13 13.0 0 13 3.2

Total.......... 10 182 2234 12.3 12 73 223.4

Opponents...... 10 263 3291 12.5 33 85 329.1

PUNT RETURNS

No. Yds Avg TD Long

Dezmon Epps 15 124 8.3 0 47

Najee Lovett 2 -18 -9.0 0 0

Jacob Sannon 1 11 11.0 0 0

Richard Montgomery 1 0 0.0 0 0

Total.......... 19 117 6.2 0 47

Opponents...... 28 341 12.2 0 62

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No. Yds Avg TD Long

Trey Williams 2 45 22.5 0 37

Christian Whitehead 1 1 1.0 0 1

Eric Tuipulotu 1 0 0.0 0 0

Solomon Dixon 1 0 0.0 0 0

Bradley Njoku 1 18 18.0 0 18

D’Mario Carter 1 3 3.0 0 3

Jayshawn Jordan 1 0 0.0 0 0

Total.......... 8 67 8.4 0 37

Opponents...... 8 80 10.0 0 43


2013 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

KICK RETURNS

No. Yds Avg TD Long

Richard Montgomery 14 308 22.0 0 44

Najee Lovett 13 296 22.8 0 34

Dezmon Epps 11 223 20.3 0 28

Clayton Homme 1 5 5.0 0 5

Total.......... 39 832 21.3 0 44

Opponents...... 23 665 28.9 1 98

FUMBLE RETURNS

No. Yds Avg TD Long

Total.......... 0 0 0.0 0 0

Opponents...... 2 19 9.5 1 12

SCORING

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TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points

James Baker 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54

Austin Rehkow 0 7-14 23-24 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 44

Richard Montgomery 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30

Dezmon Epps 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24

Taylor Davis 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18

Deon Watson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6

Josh McCain 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6

Jake Manley 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6

Total.......... 24 7-14 23-24 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 188

Opponents...... 62 8-11 59-62 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 457

TOTAL OFFENSE

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G

Chad Chalich 7 280 212 1224 1436 205.1

Taylor Davis 6 164 72 854 926 154.3

James Baker 9 133 543 0 543 60.3

Josh McCain 6 62 158 156 314 52.3

Richard Montgomery 10 51 176 0 176 17.6

Jerrel Brown 7 39 143 0 143 20.4

Kristoffer Olugbode 10 25 82 0 82 8.2

Dezmon Epps 10 7 12 0 12 1.2

Najee Lovett 10 2 7 0 7 0.7

Austin Rehkow 10 2 -6 0 -6 -0.6

Total.......... 10 766 1399 2234 3633 363.3

Opponents...... 10 767 2024 3291 5315 531.5

FIELD GOALS

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk

Austin Rehkow 7-14 50.0 0-0 2-3 3-5 2-5 0-1 41 1

FG SEQUENCE

University of Idaho OPPONENTS

North Texas 39 -

Wyoming 41,(41) -

NIU 39 42,(51)

Washington State 45 -

TEMPLE (39),50,(30),(38),(25) (25)

Fresno State - (21),24

Arkansas State (28) (38),(21)

Ole Miss 27 (50)

Texas State 47 (42)

Old Dominion (41) (23),29

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PUNTING

No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd

Austin Rehkow 63 3005 47.7 63 7 10 19 0

Total.......... 63 3005 47.7 63 7 10 19 0

Opponents...... 45 1864 41.4 59 4 11 10 1

KICKOFFS

No. Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn

Austin Rehkow 39 2393 61.4 14 1

Total.......... 39 2393 61.4 14 1 665 35.3 29

Opponents...... 78 4894 62.7 36 2 832 40.5 24

ALL PURPOSE

G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G

Dezmon Epps 10 12 811 124 223 0 1170 117.0

James Baker 9 543 177 0 0 0 720 80.0

Richard Montgomery 10 176 153 0 308 0 637 63.7

Najee Lovett 10 7 299 -18 296 0 584 58.4

Deon Watson 10 0 255 0 0 0 255 25.5

Chad Chalich 7 212 0 0 0 0 212 30.3

Michael LaGrone 10 0 180 0 0 0 180 18.0

Josh McCain 6 158 0 0 0 0 158 26.3

Jerrel Brown 7 143 14 0 0 0 157 22.4

Kristoffer Olugbode 10 82 55 0 0 0 137 13.7

Roman Runner 10 0 106 0 0 0 106 10.6

Taylor Davis 6 72 0 0 0 0 72 12.0

Jacob Sannon 10 0 61 11 0 0 72 7.2

Clayton Homme 9 0 46 0 5 0 51 5.7

Trey Williams 9 0 0 0 0 45 45 5.0

J Podrabsky 7 0 33 0 0 0 33 4.7

Trent Cowan 10 0 20 0 0 0 20 2.0

Bradley Njoku 10 0 0 0 0 18 18 1.8

Kevin Shelton 4 0 13 0 0 0 13 3.2

Jake Manley 8 0 11 0 0 0 11 1.4

D’Mario Carter 5 0 0 0 0 3 3 0.6

Christian Whitehead 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 0.2

Austin Rehkow 10 -6 0 0 0 0 -6 -0.6

Total.......... 10 1399 2234 117 832 67 4649 464.9

Opponents...... 10 2024 3291 341 665 80 6401 640.1

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DEFENSIVE LEADERS

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GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf

23 Marc Millan 10-10 59 19 78 8.0-40 4.0-30 . 3 2 . . . .

2 Bradley Njoku 10-10 60 16 76 3.0-3 . 1-18 2 . . . . .

4 Jayshawn Jordan 10-9 60 8 68 2.0-3 . 1-0 6 . . . . .

8 Eric Tuipulotu 10-7 37 16 53 1.0-4 . 1-0 . . . 1 . .

40 Maxx Forde 10-10 37 14 51 7.0-27 4.0-18 . 3 4 2-0 1 . .

41 Juan Martinez 10-10 27 19 46 1.0-2 . . 2 . . . . .

39 Matthew Willis 10-3 34 10 44 2.0-21 2.0-21 . 1 2 . . . .

7 Trey Williams 9-5 36 5 41 2.0-3 . 2-45 . . 1-0 . . .

57 QuayShawne Buckley 10-7 30 6 36 12.0-45 4.0-29 . . 1 . . . .

28 Solomon Dixon 5-5 29 2 31 3.0-9 1.0-3 1-0 3 . . . . .

10 Broc Westlake 10-0 17 7 24 2.0-14 1.0-13 . . . . . . .

47 Jordan Grabski 7-2 18 4 22 3.0-6 . . 1 . . . . .

20 Christian Whitehead 6-1 19 2 21 . . 1-1 . . . 1 . .

91 Vince Keener 10-9 12 8 20 . 0.5-0 . . 1 . . . .

94 Marius Burgsmueller 10-7 14 5 19 2.0-4 . . . 1 1-0 1 . .

27 Delency Parham 7-4 15 2 17 2.0-2 . . 2 . . . . .

55 Ryan Edwards 10-4 9 7 16 1.0-1 . . . . . 1 . .

87 Roman Runner 10-2 13 1 14 . . . . . . . . .

3 D’Mario Carter 5-1 6 7 13 . . 1-3 . . . . . .

43 Quinton Bradley 6-3 7 6 13 1.0-10 1.5-10 . . . 2-0 . 1 .

36 Justin Parkins 8-0 7 2 9 . . . . . . . . .

30 Tom Hennessey 9-0 5 3 8 . . . 1 . . . . .

5 Anthony Rice 9-0 4 3 7 1.0-2 . . . . . . . .

25 Desmond Banks 5-2 6 1 7 . . . 1 . . . . .

44 Tueni Luepamanu 9-0 4 1 5 1.0-1 . . . . . . . .

13 Trent Cowan 10-1 4 . 4 . . . . . . . . .

83 Deon Watson 10-8 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .

80 Jacob Sannon 10-0 2 . 2 . . . . . . . 1 .

22 Brandon Wells 1-0 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .

86 Michael LaGrone 10-5 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .

45 Jake Manley 8-2 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .

6 Austin DeCoud 3-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .

93 Matthew Neal 3-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .

90 Zach Cable 5-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

60 Cody Elenz 8-8 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

85 Clayton Homme 9-4 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .

5 Austin Rehkow 10-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

7 James Baker 9-4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

1 Dezmon Epps 10-5 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .

Total.......... 10-0 584 178 762 54-197 16-124 8-67 25 11 6-0 5 2 .

Opponents...... 10-0 598 209 807 89.0-421 44-304 8-80 40 15 13-19 15 2 1

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INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes 24 James Baker vs Texas State (Nov 02, 2013)

Yards Rushing 150 James Baker at Arkansas State (Oct 12, 2013)

TD Rushes 2 James Baker vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

James Baker at Arkansas State (Oct 12, 2013)

Taylor Davis vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Long Rush 52 Chad Chalich vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Pass attempts 43 Chad Chalich vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Pass completions 26 Chad Chalich vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Yards Passing 310 Chad Chalich vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

TD Passes 2 Chad Chalich vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

Taylor Davis vs Texas State (Nov 02, 2013)

Taylor Davis vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Long Pass 73 Taylor Davis vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Receptions 9 Dezmon Epps vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

Dezmon Epps vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Yards Receiving 175 Dezmon Epps vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

TD Receptions 1 Jake Manley at North Texas (Aug 31, 2013)

Richard Montgomery vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

James Baker vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

Richard Montgomery vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Dezmon Epps vs Fresno State (Oct. 5, 2013)

James Baker vs Fresno State (Oct. 5, 2013)

Dezmon Epps at Arkansas State (Oct 12, 2013)

Dezmon Epps at Ole Miss (Oct 26, 2013)

Deon Watson vs Texas State (Nov 02, 2013)

Richard Montgomery vs Texas State (Nov 02, 2013)

Dezmon Epps vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

James Baker vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Long Reception 73 James Baker vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Field Goals 4 Austin Rehkow vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Long Field Goal 41 Austin Rehkow at Wyoming (Sep 07, 2013)

Austin Rehkow vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Punts 9 Austin Rehkow at Wyoming (Sep 07, 2013)

Austin Rehkow at Arkansas State (Oct 12, 2013)

Punting Avg 54.3 Austin Rehkow vs Texas State (Nov 02, 2013)

Long Punt 63 Austin Rehkow at Wyoming (Sep 07, 2013)

Punts inside 20 4 Austin Rehkow vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Long Punt Return 47 Dezmon Epps vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Long Kickoff Return 44 Richard Montgomery vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

Tackles 15 Bradley Njoku vs Fresno State (Oct. 5, 2013)

Sacks 2.0 Marc Millan at Wyoming (Sep 07, 2013)

Maxx Forde vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Tackles For Loss 3.0 Marc Millan at Wyoming (Sep 07, 2013)

QuayShawne Buckley vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Maxx Forde vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Interceptions 1 Bradley Njoku at North Texas (Aug 31, 2013)

Solomon Dixon at Wyoming (Sep 07, 2013)

D’Mario Carter at Washington State (Sep 21, 2013)

Christian Whitehead at Washington State (Sep 21,

2013)

Jayshawn Jordan vs Fresno State (Oct. 5, 2013)

Eric Tuipulotu vs Fresno State (Oct. 5, 2013)

Trey Williams at Arkansas State (Oct 12, 2013)

Trey Williams vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

TEAM GAME HIGHS

Rushes 63 vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

Yards Rushing 195 vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

Yards Per Rush 5.1 vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

TD Rushes 3 vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Pass attempts 44 vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Pass completions 26 vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Yards Passing 328 vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Yards Per Pass 9.6 vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

TD Passes 2 vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

vs Fresno State (Oct. 5, 2013)

vs Texas State (Nov 02, 2013)

vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Total Plays 90 vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

Total Offense 505 vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Yards Per Play 6.2 vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Points 38 vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Sacks By 3 at Wyoming (Sep 07, 2013)

vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

First Downs 27 vs NIU (Sep 14, 2013)

vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)

Penalties 12 at Washington State (Sep 21, 2013)

Penalty Yards 75 at Ole Miss (Oct 26, 2013)

Turnovers 5 vs Fresno State (Oct. 5, 2013)

Interceptions By 2 at Washington State (Sep 21, 2013)

vs Fresno State (Oct. 5, 2013)

Punts 9 at Wyoming (Sep 07, 2013)

at Arkansas State (Oct 12, 2013)

Punting Avg 54.3 vs Texas State (Nov 02, 2013)

Long Punt 63 at Wyoming (Sep 07, 2013)

Punts inside 20 4 vs TEMPLE (Sep 28, 2013)

Long Punt Return 47 vs Old Dominion (Nov 09, 2013)


GAME BY GAME BOXSCORES

North Texas 40, Idaho 6

Aug. 31, 2013 • Apogee Stadium (21,975) • Denton, Texas

University of Idaho 6 0 0 0 – 6

North Texas 14 12 7 7 – 40

UI–Jake Manley 6 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow kick

blockd)

NT–Brandin Byrd 1 yd run (Zach Olen kick)

NT–B. Chancellor 85 yd pass from Derek Thompson (Zach Olen kick)

NT–Mark Lewis 1 yd run (Zach Olen kick failed)

NT–Brandin Byrd 27 yd run (Zach Olen kick blockd)

NT–Reggie Pegram 2 yd run (Zach Paul kick)

NT–Darius Terrell 30 yd pass from Derek Thompson (Zach Paul kick)

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FIRST DOWNS 14 27

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 36-139 45-187

PASSING YDS (NET) 230 404

Passes Att-Comp-Int 28-19-0 34-28-1

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 64-369 79-591

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 3-111

Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-76 1-28

Interception Returns-Yards 1-18 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 6-47.3 1-30.0

Fumbles-Lost 4-3 2-1

Penalties-Yards 11-74 7-72

Possession Time 28:41 31:19

Third-Down Conversions 5 of 14 8 of 14

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 1 of 4

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-3 3-5

Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 5-39

RUSHING: University of Idaho-Jerrel Brown 6-70; Josh McCain 2-24;

Chad Chalich 17-21; James Baker 4-14; Richard Montgomery 6-9;

Austin Rehkow 1-1. North Texas-Brandin Byrd 7-57; Reggie Pegram

13-47; A. Jimmerson 11-40; Rex Rollins 4-26; B. Chancellor 1-9; Rex

Rollins 1-6; Daniel Prior 2-4; Derek Thompson 4-1; Mark Lewis 1-1;

Andrew McNulty 1-minus 4.

PASSING: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 19-27-0-230; Josh Mc-

Cain 0-1-0-0. North Texas-Derek Thompson 23-27-0-349; Dajon Williams

5-6-0-55; Andrew McNulty 0-1-1-0.

RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 8-94; Deon Watson

3-24; Najee Lovett 2-23; Michael LaGrone 1-70; Clayton Homme 1-14;

Jake Manley 1-6; Roman Runner 1-5; Jerrel Brown 1-0; Richard Montgomery

1-minus 6. North Texas-B. Chancellor 6-135; Darnell Smith

4-79; L. Pleasant 3-37; Darvin Kidsy 3-35; Carlos Harris 3-32; Darius

Terrell 2-34; Rex Rollins 2-10; Mike Marshall 1-19; Rex Rollins 1-16; D.

Teegarden 1-12; A. Jimmerson 1-minus 1; Willie Hubbard 1-minus 4.

INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-Bradley Njoku 1-18. North

Texas-None.

FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 2-2; Michael LaGrone

1-0; James Baker 1-1. North Texas-Mike Marshall 1-1; Derek Thompson

1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-None. North Texas-J. Roberts

2-0; Zachary Orr 1-0; Chad Polk 1-0; James Jones 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Marc Millan 8-2; Matthew Willis

7-3; Bradley Njoku 5-3; Jordan Grabski 6-1; Delency Parham 6-0;

Juan Martinez 5-1; Eric Tuipulotu 4-2; QuayShawne Buckley 3-2; Solomon

Dixon 4-0; Jayshawn Jordan 3-0; Trey Williams 2-1; Quinton Bradley

2-1; Maxx Forde 2-1; Vince Keener 1-1; Austin Rehkow 1-0; Marius

Burgsmueller 1-0; Roman Runner 1-0; Broc Westlake 0-1; Ryan Edwards

0-1; Clayton Homme 0-1. North Texas-Zachary Orr 9-2; Lairamie

Lee 5-1; Derek Akunne 5-0; Marcus Trice 5-0; Aaron Bellazin

5-0; James Jones 4-1; Will Wright 3-1; J. Roberts 3-0; H. Jackson 3-0;

Chad Polk 2-1; Fred Scott 2-1; Zac Whitfi eld 2-1; Jamal Marshall 2-0;

Ryan Boutwell 0-2; B. Chancellor 1-0; Austin 1-0; LaJaylin Smith 1-0;

D.Q. Johnson 1-0; Richard Abbe 1-0; Daniel Prior 1-0; Carlos Harris

0-1; Daryl Mason 0-1.

Wyoming 42, Idaho 10

Sept. 7, 2013 • War Memorial Stadium (22,030) • Laramie, Wyo.

University of Idaho 0 0 0 10 – 10

Wyoming 0 21 21 0 – 42

WY–Brandon Miller 10 yd run (Stuart Williams kick)

WY–Tedder Easton 13 yd run (Stuart Williams kick)

WY–Spencer Bruce 4 yd pass from Brett Smith (Stuart Williams kick)

WY–Dominic Rufran 1 yd pass from Brett Smith (Stuart Williams kick)

WY–Dominic Rufran 6 yd pass from Brett Smith (Stuart Williams kick)

WY–Dominic Rufran 40 yd pass from Brett Smith (Stuart Williams kick)

UI–Austin Rehkow 41 yd fi eld goal

UI–James Baker 1 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

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FIRST DOWNS 16 25

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 46-139 39-262

PASSING YDS (NET) 205 302

Passes Att-Comp-Int 33-23-0 39-23-1

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 79-344 78-564

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-7

Punt Returns-Yards 4--13 3--5

Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-68 1-29

Interception Returns-Yards 1-0 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 9-48.2 7-39.1

Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-0

Penalties-Yards 6-53 7-67

Possession Time 36:17 23:43

Third-Down Conversions 5 of 20 11 of 18

Fourth-Down Conversions 3 of 4 0 of 0

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 5-6

Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-24 7-61

RUSHING: University of Idaho-Josh McCain 10-49; Chad Chalich

15-35; James Baker 11-23; Kristoffer Olugbode 7-22; Richard Montgomery

2-9; Jerrel Brown 1-1. Wyoming-Tyran Finley 15-110; Luke

Leddige 6-64; Sonny Puletasi 10-61; Devyn Harris 3-18; Luke Kellum

2-16; Mark Nzeocha 1-4; Marqueston Huff 1-minus 2; Jason Thompson

1-minus 9.

PASSING: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 22-32-0-182; Josh Mc-

Cain 1-1-0-23. Wyoming-Luke Leddige 22-38-1-295; Jason Thompson

1-1-0-7.

RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 6-61; Michael La-

Grone 6-56; Najee Lovett 5-54; Kristoffer Olugbode 2-19; Jake Manley

2-5; Deon Watson 1-7; Roman Runner 1-3. Wyoming-Jalen Claiborne

6-76; Mark Nzeocha 5-123; C. Kirkegaard 5-61; Sonny Puletasi 2-12;

Darrenn White 2-9; Tyran Finley 1-8; Cortland Fort 1-7; Brett Smith 1-6.

INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-Solomon Dixon 1-0. Wyoming-None.

FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 1-1; Dezmon Epps 1-0;

Josh McCain 1-1. Wyoming-Brett Smith 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Marc Millan 2-0; Quinton Bradley

1-0; Maxx Forde 0-1. Wyoming-Rafe Kiely 3-0; Oscar Nevermann 2-0;

Eddie Yarbrough 1-0; Dan Crook 0-1; J. Bernthaler 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Jayshawn Jordan 9-0; Marc

Millan 7-2; Maxx Forde 6-2; Bradley Njoku 6-0; Juan Martinez 3-3; Trey

Williams 4-0; Solomon Dixon 4-0; Vince Keener 3-0; Matthew Willis

3-0; Eric Tuipulotu 3-0; Ryan Edwards 2-1; Jordan Grabski 2-1; Brandon

Wells 2-0; Quinton Bradley 2-0; Jacob Sannon 1-0; QuayShawne

Buckley 1-0; Anthony Rice 1-0; Justin Parkins 1-0. Wyoming-Eddie

Yarbrough 9-2; Rafe Kiely 8-1; Team 6-1; Joshua Tapscott 6-0; N.

Kankolongo 6-0; Spencer Bruce 3-3; J. Bernthaler 5-0; Shaun Wick

4-1; Oscar Nevermann 4-1; Dan Crook 3-2; Troy Boyland 3-1; Alex

Borgs 3-1; Tanner Gentry 3-0; Jacob Mcgarvin 2-1; Cortland Fort 0-3;

Zaquoya Parham 2-0; J.J. Quinlan 2-0; Xavier Lewis 1-0; Trent Sewell

1-0; Tyler Strong 1-0; Patrick Mertens 1-0; Justin Martin 1-0; Eric Nzeocha

0-1.

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Northern Illinois 45, Idaho 35

Sept. 14, 2013 • Kibbie Dome (14,071) • Moscow, Idaho

NIU 7 14 14 10 – 45

University of Idaho 14 14 0 7 – 35

UI–James Baker 1 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

NIU–Jordan Lynch 5 yd run (Mathew Sims kick)

UI–Richard Montgomery 27 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow

kick)

UI–James Baker 37 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow kick)

NIU–Keith Harris 15 yd pass from Jordan Lynch (Mathew Sims kick)

UI–Josh McCain 34 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

NIU–Camer Stingily 2 yd run (Mathew Sims kick)

NIU–Da’Ron Brown 3 yd pass from Jordan Lynch (Mathew Sims kick)

NIU–Jordan Lynch 61 yd run (Mathew Sims kick)

UI–James Baker 1 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

NIU–Mathew Sims 51 yd fi eld goal,

NIU–Luke Eakes 13 yd pass from Jordan Lynch (Mathew Sims kick)

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UI

FIRST DOWNS 24 27

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 48-356 63-195

PASSING YDS (NET) 152 251

Passes Att-Comp-Int 29-17-0 27-16-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 77-508 90-446

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 2-47 6-45

Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-69 2-57

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 7-36.9 5-49.0

Fumbles-Lost 2-2 3-3

Penalties-Yards 11-100 4-42

Possession Time 26:13 33:47

Third-Down Conversions 4 of 14 4 of 16

Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 1 of 4

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-6 2-2

Sacks By: Number-Yards 9-55 2-16

RUSHING: NIU-Tim Semisch 23-159; Dechan Durante 4-104; Mike

Gegner 13-62; Juwa Brescacin 5-33; Johnny Eagan 1-2; Aregero

Turner 2-minus 4. University of Idaho-James Baker 17-66; Richard

Montgomery 12-59; Josh McCain 11-49; Chad Chalich 20-12; Kristoffer

Olugbode 3-9.

PASSING: NIU-Tim Semisch 17-29-0-152. University of Idaho-Chad

Chalich 14-25-0-222; Josh McCain 2-2-0-29.

RECEIVING: NIU-Dechan Durante 9-56; Tommylee Lewis 5-57; Juwa

Brescacin 1-15; Drew Hare 1-13; Jackso Abresch 1-11. University of

Idaho-Dezmon Epps 9-110; Richard Montgomery 2-54; Deon Watson

2-38; James Baker 1-37; Najee Lovett 1-11; Michael LaGrone 1-1.

INTERCEPTIONS: NIU-None. University of Idaho-None.

FUMBLES: NIU-Johnny Eagan 1-1; Tim Semisch 1-1. University of

Idaho-Josh McCain 1-1; Chad Chalich 1-1; James Baker 1-1.

SACKS (UA-A): NIU-Brian Canoy 2-0; Ken Bishop 1-1; Joel Bouagnon

1-1; Cal Breedlove 2-0; Jordan Lynch 1-0; Octav Renteria 1-0; Mike

Cotton 1-0. University of Idaho-Broc Westlake 1-0; Maxx Forde 0-1;

Solomon Dixon 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): NIU-Zeb Mclaurin 9-2; Donovan Gordon 7-2;

James Spencer 7-2; Cal Breedlove 6-1; Joel Bouagnon 5-2; Octav

Renteria 3-4; Brian Canoy 6-0; Keith Harris 5-0; Corneliu Henry 5-0;

Cody Hazelett 4-0; Mike Cotton 4-0; Terrance Roby 4-0; Da’Ron Brown

3-1; Jordan Lynch 3-1; Ken Bishop 2-1; Patrick Husain 2-0; Team 1-1;

Camer Stingily 0-1; Matt Baltimore 0-1; Joe Windsor 0-1; Johnny Eagan

0-1. University of Idaho-Bradley Njoku 8-1; Solomon Dixon 8-0;

Eric Tuipulotu 6-1; Broc Westlake 5-2; Jayshawn Jordan 6-0; Marc Millan

4-1; Maxx Forde 3-2; Juan Martinez 2-2; Quinton Bradley 1-3; Tom

Hennessey 2-0; Justin Parkins 2-0; QuayShawne Buckley 2-0; Vince

Keener 2-0; Ryan Edwards 1-0; D’Mario Carter 1-0; Jordan Grabski

1-0; Delency Parham 1-0; Jake Manley 1-0; Deon Watson 1-0; Roman

Runner 1-0.

Washington State 42, Idaho 0

Sept. 21, 2013 • Martin Stadium (31,021) • Pullman, Wash.

University of Idaho 0 0 0 0 – 0

Washington State 7 21 7 7 – 42

WSU-Marks, Gabe 43 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Furney, Andrew kick)

WSU-Williams, Dom. 30 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Furney, Andrew

kick)

WSU-Mayle, Vince 20 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Furney, Andrew kick)

WSU-Marks, Gabe 1 yd pass from Halliday, C. (Furney, Andrew kick)

WSU-Laufasa, Jere. 13 yd run (Furney, Andrew kick)

WSU-Laufasa, Jere. 3 yd run (Furney, Andrew kick)

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FIRST DOWNS 17 21

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 49-79 15-71

PASSING YDS (NET) 174 346

Passes Att-Comp-Int 25-18-1 43-31-2

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-253 58-417

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 1-5 4-59

Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-108 1-45

Interception Returns-Yards 2-4 1-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 7-43.4 2-49.5

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-2

Penalties-Yards 12-73 6-44

Possession Time 38:06 21:54

Third-Down Conversions 5 of 19 5 of 9

Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 4 2 of 2

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 0-1 4-6

Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-8 5-36

RUSHING: University of Idaho-James Baker 11-43; Jerrel Brown

12-26; Chad Chalich 13-20; Dezmon Epps 3-10; Kristoffer Olugbode

2-9; Richard Montgomery 1-2; Josh McCain 7-minus 31. Washington

State-Laufasa, Jere. 6-41; Caldwell, T. 4-22; Mason, Marcus 4-16; Halliday,

C. 1-minus 8.

PASSING: University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 17-23-0-167; Josh Mc-

Cain 1-2-1-7. Washington State-Halliday, C. 31-43-2-346.

RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 6-37; Najee Lovett

2-33; Jerrel Brown 2-14; James Baker 2-5; Jacob Sannon 1-41; Kristoffer

Olugbode 1-13; Deon Watson 1-10; Trent Cowan 1-8; Roman

Runner 1-7; Michael LaGrone 1-6. Washington State-Marks, Gabe

11-146; Mayle, Vince 4-51; Galvin, Rickey 3-26; Brooks, Leon 3-9; Williams,

Dom. 2-47; Williams, K. 2-18; Myers, Isiah 2-18; Ratliff, Bobby

1-13; Cracraft, River 1-10; Caldwell, T. 1-4; Laufasa, Jere. 1-4.

INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-D'Mario Carter 1-3; Christian

Whitehead 1-1. Washington State-Bucannon, Deone 1-0.

FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Kristoffer Olugbode 1-1; Josh Mc-

Cain 1-0. Washington State-Williams, K. 1-1; Caldwell, T. 1-1.

SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-QuayShawne Buckley 1-0.

Washington State-Cooper, Xavier 1-1; Monroe, Darryl 1-0; Pole, Kalaf.

1-0; Coen, Cyrus 1-0; Gauta, Ioane 0-1.

TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-D'Mario Carter 2-6; Bradley

Njoku 1-6; Eric Tuipulotu 1-6; Jayshawn Jordan 2-3; Christian Whitehead

3-1; Marc Millan 3-1; Juan Martinez 2-2; Ryan Edwards 2-1;

Delency Parham 1-2; Matthew Willis 2-0; Maxx Forde 2-0; Broc Westlake

1-1; QuayShawne Buckley 1-1; Anthony Rice 1-1; Marius Burgsmueller

1-1; Vince Keener 0-2; Tueni Luepamanu 1-0; Trent Cowan 1-0.

Washington State-Monroe, Darryl 8-4; Sagote, Justin 5-5; Palacio,

Kache 6-1; Washington, N. 5-2; Brown, Daquawn 3-3; Pritchard, Tana

3-3; Cooper, Xavier 4-1; Bucannon, Deone 3-2; Coen, Cyrus 2-3; Taliulu,

Taylor 2-3; Gauta, Ioane 3-1; Byers, Jared 2-2; Oertel, Eric 1-3;

Dotson, Isaac 2-1; Faoliu, Lyman 2-0; Paulo, Darryl 2-0; Pole, Kalaf.

1-0; Horton, Damante 0-1; Allison, J. 0-1.

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Idaho 26, Temple 24

Sept. 18, 2013 • Kibbie Dome (15,323) • Moscow, Idaho

Temple 3 0 7 14 – 24

University of Idaho 7 10 3 6 – 26

UI–Richard Montgomery 64 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow

kick)

TU–VISCO, Nick 25 yd field goal

UI–Richard Montgomery 5 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

UI–Austin Rehkow 39 yd fi eld goal

TU–HARPER, Kenny 5 yd run (VISCO, Nick kick)

UI–Austin Rehkow 30 yd field goal

UI–Austin Rehkow 38 yd fi eld goal

TU–ALDERMAN, Ryan 51 yd pass from REILLY, Connor (VISCO, Nick

kick)

UI–Austin Rehkow 25 yd fi eld goal

TU–HARPER, Kenny 2 yd run (VISCO, Nick kick)

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FIRST DOWNS 22 19

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 29-161 33-168

PASSING YDS (NET) 249 310

Passes Att-Comp-Int 47-23-0 44-26-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 76-410 77-478

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 5-27 4-14

Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-71 5-97

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 9-42.9 7-45.9

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0

Penalties-Yards 6-46 5-53

Possession Time 26:23 33:37

Third-Down Conversions 4 of 16 8 of 18

Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 0 of 0

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-3 5-5

Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-6 2-12

RUSHING: TEMPLE-HARPER, Kenny 11-61; WILLIAMS, Zaire 6-48;

REILLY, Connor 6-28; COYER, Chris 5-24; GILMORE, Jamie 1-0. University

of Idaho-Chad Chalich 14-114; Jerrel Brown 9-28; Richard

Montgomery 7-17; Dezmon Epps 2-6; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-3.

PASSING: TEMPLE-REILLY, Connor 23-47-0-249. University of Idaho-Chad

Chalich 26-43-0-310; TEAM 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING: TEMPLE-FITZPATRICK, J. 6-49; ALDERMAN, Ryan

5-88; HAIRSTON, Nate 3-27; CHRISTOPHER, J. 3-24; HARPER,

Kenny 2-30; ANDERSON, R. 2-17; KARPINSKI, T. 1-8; COYER, Chris

1-6. University of Idaho-Richard Montgomery 5-102; Najee Lovett

5-78; Deon Watson 5-33; Dezmon Epps 5-24; Roman Runner 3-47;

Michael LaGrone 2-14; Trent Cowan 1-12.

INTERCEPTIONS: TEMPLE-None. University of Idaho-None.

FUMBLES: TEMPLE-None. University of Idaho-None.

SACKS (UA-A): TEMPLE-IOANNIDIS, M. 1-0; FINCH, Sharif 1-0.

University of Idaho-Maxx Forde 1-0; Vince Keener 0-1; QuayShawne

Buckley 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): TEMPLE-MATAKEVICH, T. 20-4; CAPONEGRO,

B. 7-4; SMITH, Abdul 4-7; YOUNG, Tavon 5-0; MARSHALL, S. 3-2;

FINCH, Sharif 4-0; ROBEY, Anthony 3-1; SMITH, Nate D. 3-1; ALWAN,

Jarred 2-1; SHIPPEN, B. 1-2; THOMAS, Jahad 1-2; TERRY, Kiser

2-0; COYER, Chris 2-0; JOHNSON, Zamel 1-1; BURNS, Brian 1-0;

REDDICK, Haason 1-0; IOANNIDIS, M. 1-0; PAULHILL, S. 1-0; DVO-

RACEK, Rob 1-0; JOHNSON, Kamal 1-0; HAYES, Will 1-0; FELTON,

Michael 1-0; WALTON, Hershey 0-1. University of Idaho-Marc Millan

7-2; Christian Whitehead 8-0; Solomon Dixon 6-0; Eric Tuipulotu 4-2;

QuayShawne Buckley 5-0; Trey Williams 5-0; Maxx Forde 4-1; Broc

Westlake 4-0; Juan Martinez 2-2; Jayshawn Jordan 3-0; Justin Parkins

2-0; Marius Burgsmueller 2-0; Bradley Njoku 2-0; Vince Keener 0-2;

Tom Hennessey 1-0; Ryan Edwards 0-1.

Fresno State 61, Idaho 14

Oct. 5, 2013 • Kibbie Dome (14,747) • Moscow, Idaho

Fresno State 28 19 7 7 – 61

University of Idaho 0 0 0 14 – 14

FS–ADAMS, Davante 27 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick)

FS–ADAMS, Davante 17 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick)

FS–HARPER, Josh 9 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick)

FS–WALLER, Marteze 9 yd run (MCGUIRE, Colin kick)

FS–BURSE, Isaiah 2 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick)

FS–TEAM safety

FS–ADAMS, Davante 2 yd pass from CARR, Derek (MCGUIRE, Colin kick)

FS–MCGUIRE, Colin 21 yd fi eld goal

FS–WALLER, Marteze 2 yd run (MCGUIRE, Colin kick)

UI–Dezmon Epps 16 yd pass from Josh McCain (Austin Rehkow kick),

FS–CASH, Darryl 1 yd run (MCGUIRE, Colin kick)

UI–James Baker 15 yd pass from Chad Chalich (Austin Rehkow kick)

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FIRST DOWNS 39 18

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 50-309 43-96

PASSING YDS (NET) 422 177

Passes Att-Comp-Int 51-38-2 40-17-4

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 101-731 83-273

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 4-10 0-0

Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-50 5-128

Interception Returns-Yards 4-27 2-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 4-47.0 7-51.1

Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-1

Penalties-Yards 4-43 5-49

Possession Time 29:06 30:54

Third-Down Conversions 6 of 15 8 of 19

Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 2 of 3

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 7-8 2-3

Sacks By: Number-Yards 6-41 0-0

RUSHING: Fresno State-WALLER, Marteze 19-157; QUEZADA, Josh

11-63; MICENHEIMER, Ma 7-35; THOMAS, T.J. 3-15; CASH, Darryl

5-12; CARR, Myles 2-12; BURRELL, Brian 1-11; CARR, Derek 1-4;

JAMES, Dontel 1-0. University of Idaho-James Baker 16-52; osh Mc-

Cain 6-30; Chad Chalich 14-10; Jerrel Brown 6-3; Dezmon Epps 1-1.

PASSING: Fresno State-CARR, Derek 37-48-1-419; BURRELL, Brian

1-2-0-3; CARR, Myles 0-1-1-0. University of Idaho-Chad Chalich 14-

32-3-100; Josh McCain 3-8-1-77.

RECEIVING: Fresno State-ADAMS, Davante 16-185; BURSE, Isaiah

5-68; HARPER, Josh 5-37; QUEZADA, Josh 5-18; WATSON, Greg

4-49; JENSEN, Marcel 3-65. University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 4-76;

Najee Lovett 4-25; Roman Runner 3-18; Deon Watson 2-31; Michael

LaGrone 2-13; James Baker 1-15; Richard Montgomery 1-minus 1.

INTERCEPTIONS: Fresno State-RILEY, Curtis 1-22; SMITH, Derron

1-5; WASHINGTON, Cha 1-0; MOTTA, Nikko 1-0. University of

Idaho-Jayshawn Jordan 1-0; Eric Tuipulotu 1-0.

FUMBLES: Fresno State-MICENHEIMER, Ma 1-1; THOMAS, T.J.

1-0. University of Idaho-Jerrel Brown 1-0; Michael LaGrone 1-1.

SACKS (UA-A): Fresno State-ROOT, Dillon 2-0; MOTTA, Nikko 2-0;

SMITH, Derron 1-0; TOMA, Jeremiah 1-0. University of Idaho-None.

TACKLES (UA-A): Fresno State-WASHINGTON, Cha 6-2; WILSON,

Kyrie 7-0; RILEY, Curtis 5-1; TOMA, Jeremiah 5-1; SU'A, Patrick 5-0;

MOTTA, Nikko 4-1; EDERAINE, Ejiro 2-3; SMITH, Derron 2-3; LETCH-

ER, Ben 4-0; JONES, L.J. 2-2; ROOT, Dillon 2-0; HUNT, Todd 2-0;

LEWIS, Donavon 2-0; OBIDIEGWU, Kyri 2-0; HUGHES, Brandon 1-1;

DAVISON, Tyeler 1-1; NORTON, Jonatha 1-1; MICKELSEN, Karl 1-1;

JENNINGS, Andy 0-2; ELLIS, Jamal 1-0; TEAM 1-0; CAMILLI, Jeff

1-0; SAGAPOLU, Ioane 0-1; FALETUIPAPAI, S 0-1; JONES, Dalen

0-1; HARRISON, Nat 0-1. University of Idaho-Bradley Njoku 12-3;

Solomon Dixon 7-2; Jayshawn Jordan 7-2; Marc Millan 6-2; Maxx

Forde 4-3; Christian Whitehead 5-1; Juan Martinez 5-1; Matthew Willis

4-2; Jordan Grabski 4-2; Trey Williams 5-0; Eric Tuipulotu 3-2; Marius

Burgsmueller 3-2; Roman Runner 4-0; Broc Westlake 3-1; Tom Hennessey

2-2; Tueni Luepamanu 3-0; QuayShawne Buckley 2-1; Vince

Keener 1-2; Michael LaGrone 2-0; Justin Parkins 1-1; Jake Manley 1-0;

Trent Cowan 1-0; Ryan Edwards 0-1.

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Arkansas State 48, Idaho 24

Oct. 12, 2013 • Liberty Bank (26,781) • Jonesboro, Ark.

University of Idaho 7 0 10 7 – 24

Arkansas State 14 10 7 17 – 48

ASU–Jones, Julian 80 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Davis, Brian kick)

ASU–McKissic, J.D. 13 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Davis, Brian

kick)

UI–James Baker 4 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

ASU–Davis, Brian 38 yd fi eld goal

ASU–Griswold, D. 13 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Davis, Brian kick)

ASU–Griswold, D. 1 yd pass from Kennedy, Adam (Davis, Brian kick)

UI–Austin Rehkow 28 yd fi eld goal

UI–Dezmon Epps 15 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick)

UI–James Baker 1 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

ASU–McKissic, J.D. 98 yd kickoff return (Davis, Brian kick)

ASU–Davis, Brian 21 yd field goal

ASU–Oku, David 3 yd run (Davis, Brian kick)

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FIRST DOWNS 19 26

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 38-174 45-190

PASSING YDS (NET) 212 375

Passes Att-Comp-Int 41-15-1 32-22-1

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 79-386 77-565

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 1-1 5-48

Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-122 5-226

Interception Returns-Yards 1-37 1-43

Punts (Number-Avg) 9-44.9 4-39.2

Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0

Penalties-Yards 7-59 14-110

Possession Time 26:50 32:45

Third-Down Conversions 8 of 21 6 of 14

Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 1

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 6-6

Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-13 2-17

RUSHING: University of Idaho-James Baker 23-150; Taylor Davis

9-15; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-5; Richard Montgomery 2-4; Chad Chalich

3-0. Arkansas State-Thornton, S. 13-85; Oku, David 17-69; Kennedy,

Adam 9-22; McKissic, J.D. 1-8; Gordon, Michael 3-7; Knighten, Fredi

1-1; TEAM 1-minus 2.

PASSING: University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 14-39-1-199; Chad Chalich

1-2-0-13. Arkansas State-Kennedy, Adam 22-32-1-375.

RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 8-91; Najee Lovett

3-51; Roman Runner 2-22; Deon Watson 1-39; Michael LaGrone 1-9.

Arkansas State-McKissic, J.D. 9-80; Griswold, D. 5-89; Jones, Julian

4-135; Muse, Allen 2-16; Fleming, R.J. 1-28; Oku, David 1-27.

INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-Trey Williams 1-37. Arkansas

State-Hayes, Rocky 1-43.

FUMBLES: University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 1-0. Arkansas State-

None.

SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Matthew Willis 1-0; QuayShawne

Buckley 1-0. Arkansas State-Odom, Chris 1-0; Blackmon, D. 1-0; Carrethers,

R. 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Marc Millan 7-4; Jayshawn

Jordan 8-1; Juan Martinez 3-6; Matthew Willis 5-2; Bradley Njoku 6-0;

QuayShawne Buckley 5-0; Marius Burgsmueller 4-1; Desmond Banks

4-0; Ryan Edwards 3-1; Eric Tuipulotu 2-2; Vince Keener 3-0; Trey Williams

2-1; Broc Westlake 2-1; Trent Cowan 2-0; Maxx Forde 1-1; Deon

Watson 1-1; Roman Runner 1-1; Delency Parham 1-0; Cody Elenz 1-0;

Zach Cable 1-0; James Baker 1-0; Christian Whitehead 1-0; Quinton

Bradley 1-0; Austin DeCoud 0-1; Matthew Neal 0-1. Arkansas State-

Lee, Qushaun 9-6; Coleman, Kyle 7-2; Carrethers, R. 6-1; Young, Sterling

5-2; Blackmon, D. 3-2; Hunter, Money 3-1; Hayes, Rocky 2-2; Jackson,

F. 3-0; Humes, Chris 2-1; Woodson, Xavier 2-1; Tryon, Andrew

1-2; Porter, Eddie 0-3; Girley, C. 2-0; Odom, Chris 2-0; Stone, Chris

1-1; Brown, Artez 1-1; Jacobs, Ryan 1-0; Collins, Kelsey 1-0; Barnhill,

Brock 1-0; Heath, Q. 0-1; Turner, T. 0-1.

Ole Miss 59, Idaho 14

Oct. 26, 2013 • Vaught-Hemingway Stadium (57,870) • Oxford, Miss.

University of Idaho 0 7 7 0 – 14

Ole Miss 17 7 21 14 – 59

UM–Ja-Mes Logan 37 yd pass from Bo Wallace (Andrew Ritter kick)

UM–Jaylen Walton 40 yd run (Andrew Ritter kick)

UM–Andrew Ritter 50 yd fi eld goal

UI–Taylor Davis 2 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

UM–Jaylen Walton 1 yd run (Andrew Ritter kick)

UM–Ja-Mes Logan 65 yd pass from Bo Wallace (Andrew Ritter kick)

UM–D. Collins 12 yd fumble recovery (Andrew Ritter kick)

UI–Dezmon Epps 62 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick)

UM–I. Mathers 64 yd run (Andrew Ritter kick)

UM–Mark Dodson 30 yd pass from Barry Brunetti (Andrew Ritter kick)

UM–Collins Moore 35 yd pass from Barry Brunetti (Andrew Fletcher

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FIRST DOWNS 12 28

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 36-87 45-292

PASSING YDS (NET) 166 280

Passes Att-Comp-Int 30-12-0 29-22-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 66-253 74-572

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 1-12

Punt Returns-Yards 1-18 1-4

Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-32 3-56

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 7-50.1 3-42.7

Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-0

Penalties-Yards 7-75 8-60

Possession Time 26:16 33:44

Third-Down Conversions 4 of 16 3 of 10

Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 3 2 of 2

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 1-1

Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-14 2-7

RUSHING: University of Idaho-Kristoffer Olugbode 10-33; James

Baker 13-24; Taylor Davis 7-13; Richard Montgomery 4-10; Najee

Lovett 2-7. Ole Miss-I. Mathers 14-138; Jaylen Walton 11-86; Mark

Dodson 7-57; Kailo Moore 5-9; Jimmy Potepa 2-6; Barry Brunetti 2-4;

Bo Wallace 4-minus 8.

PASSING: University of Idaho-Taylor Davis 12-30-0-166. Ole Miss-

Bo Wallace 15-22-0-186; Barry Brunetti 7-7-0-94.

RECEIVING: University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 5-89; James Baker

2-38; Deon Watson 2-14; Richard Montgomery 2-minus 6; Clayton

Homme 1-31. Ole Miss-Ja-Mes Logan 6-122; Donte Moncrief 5-33;

Collins Moore 3-42; Kailo Moore 3-22; L. Treadwell 2-15; Mark Dodson

1-30; Jordan Holder 1-8; Vince Sanders 1-8.

INTERCEPTIONS: University of Idaho-None. Ole Miss-None.

FUMBLES: University of Idaho-James Baker 1-1. Ole Miss-Barry

Brunetti 1-0; Mark Dodson 1-0; Kailo Moore 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): University of Idaho-Matthew Willis 1-0. Ole Miss-W.

Hamilton 1-0; Carlton Martin 0-1; Cameron Whigham 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): University of Idaho-Jayshawn Jordan 10-0; Bradley

Njoku 9-0; Trey Williams 7-2; Matthew Willis 6-1; Eric Tuipulotu 6-0;

Marc Millan 5-0; QuayShawne Buckley 4-0; Maxx Forde 4-0; Jordan

Grabski 3-0; Anthony Rice 2-0; Juan Martinez 1-1; Quinton Bradley 1-0;

Jacob Sannon 1-0; Ryan Edwards 1-0; Christian Whitehead 1-0; Tueni

Luepamanu 0-1; Desmond Banks 0-1; Tom Hennessey 0-1; Justin Parkins

0-1. Ole Miss-Cody Prewitt 6-0; Keith Lewis 5-1; Derrick Jones

5-0; Mike Marry 4-1; Trae Elston 4-0; Channing Ward 3-1; Temario

Strong 3-1; Senquez Golson 3-0; Cameron Whigham 3-0; W. Hamilton

2-1; Tony Conner 1-2; John Youngblood 2-0; Lavon Hooks 2-0; S. Bryant

1-1; Carlos Davis 1-0; Charles Sawyer 1-0; Bryon Bennett 1-0; Cliff

Coleman 1-0; Carlton Martin 0-1; D. Shackelford 0-1; Ontario Berry 0-1;

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Texas State 37, Idaho 21

Nov. 2, 2013 • Kibbie Dome (15,088) • Moscow, Idaho

Texas State 7 16 7 7 – 37

University of Idaho 7 7 0 7 – 21

TXST–Lowe, Robert 1 yd run (Dann, Jason kick)

UI–Deon Watson 20 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick)

TXST–Lowe, Robert 9 yd run (Dann, Jason kick)

TXST–Dann, Jason 42 yd fi eld goal

UI–James Baker 7 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

TXST–Battle, Isaiah 4 yd pass from Jones, Tyler (Dann, Jason kick

failed)

TXST–Gay, Tim 20 yd run (Dann, Jason kick)

TXST–Franks, Terrence 67 yd pass from Jones, Tyler (Dann, Jason

kick)

UI–Richard Montgomery 10 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow

kick)

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FIRST DOWNS 18 20

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 38-108 38-145

PASSING YDS (NET) 228 181

Passes Att-Comp-Int 23-19-0 35-20-0

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 61-336 73-326

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 1-40 1-0

Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-30 2-43

Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punts (Number-Avg) 4-39.8 3-54.3

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-1

Penalties-Yards 3-30 4-39

Possession Time 31:43 28:17

Third-Down Conversions 6 of 14 9 of 17

Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 2 of 4

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-5 3-3

Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-15 2-15

RUSHING: Texas State-Lowe, Robert 17-61; Gay, Tim 2-23; Nutall,

Chris 7-21; Franks, Terrence 3-7; Jones, Tyler 8-minus 1; TEAM 1-minus

3. University of Idaho-James Baker 24-114; Richard Montgomery

5-22; Taylor Davis 7-13; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-1; Dezmon Epps 1-minus

5.

PASSING: Texas State-Jones, Tyler 19-23-0-228. University of Idaho-Taylor

Davis 20-35-0-181.

RECEIVING: Texas State-Gaines, Jafus 3-21; Smith, Brandon 3-12;

Franks, Terrence 2-85; Miller, Bradley 2-47; Erickson, Andy 2-31; Ijah,

Ben 2-12; Lowe, Robert 2-9; Battle, Isaiah 2-5; Nutall, Chris 1-6. University

of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 6-54; Deon Watson 3-37; Najee Lovett

2-11; Richard Montgomery 2-10; Kristoffer Olugbode 1-23; Kevin Shelton

1-13; J Podrabsky 1-13; James Baker 1-9; Michael LaGrone 1-6;

Roman Runner 1-4; Clayton Homme 1-1.

INTERCEPTIONS: Texas State-None. University of Idaho-None.

FUMBLES: Texas State-None. University of Idaho-Dezmon Epps

1-1.

SACKS (UA-A): Texas State-Petersen, Kris 1-0; McMiller, Damion

1-0. University of Idaho-QuayShawne Buckley 1-0; Marc Millan 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Texas State-Matthews, Aaron 9-4; McMiller, Damion

6-6; Orakpo, Michael 9-2; Jeter-Gilmon, Jerrid 6-0; Daniels,

Xavier 5-0; Targun, Colby 4-1; Odiari, Michael 3-1; McColloch, Blake

2-2; Smith, Stephen 3-0; Clavell-Head, Jamie 2-0; Norfleet, Jordan 2-0;

Mager, Craig 2-0; Yendrey, D.J. 1-1; Petersen, Kris 1-1; Taulelei, Kamu

1-0; Iwuji, Justin 0-1. University of Idaho-Marc Millan 8-2; Trey Williams

8-1; Maxx Forde 6-2; Bradley Njoku 5-2; Jayshawn Jordan 5-1;

Matthew Willis 4-2; Juan Martinez 4-0; QuayShawne Buckley 2-2; Eric

Tuipulotu 3-0; Marius Burgsmueller 2-0; Broc Westlake 2-0; Desmond

Banks 2-0; Justin Parkins 1-0; Delency Parham 1-0; Anthony Rice 0-1;

Vince Keener 0-1.

Old Dominion 59, Idaho 38

Nov. 9, 2013 • Kibbie Dome (14,488) • Moscow, Idaho

Old Dominion 17 14 14 14 – 59

University of Idaho 21 10 7 0 – 38

UI–James Baker 73 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick)

UI–Taylor Davis 17 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

ODU–M. Thomas 23 yd pass from T. Heinicke (J. Brown kick)

ODU–J. Brown 23 yd fi eld goal

ODU–A. Vaughan 56 yd pass from T. Heinicke (J. Brown kick)

UI–Taylor Davis 12 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

UI–Austin Rehkow 41 yd fi eld goal

ODU–C. Goodwyn 6 yd run (J. Brown kick)

ODU–Z. Pascal 17 yd pass from T. Heinicke (J. Brown kick)

UI–Dezmon Epps 66 yd pass from Taylor Davis (Austin Rehkow kick)

ODU–T. Heinicke 1 yd run (J. Brown kick)

ODU–C. Goodwyn 1 yd run (J. Brown kick)

UI–Richard Montgomery 12 yd run (Austin Rehkow kick)

ODU–M. Thomas 39 yd pass from T. Heinicke (J. Brown kick)

ODU–C. Goodwyn 5 yd run (J. Brown kick)

ODU

UI

FIRST DOWNS 28 27

RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 30-88 47-177

PASSING YDS (NET) 533 328

Passes Att-Comp-Int 56-40-1 34-16-2

TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 86-621 81-505

Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0

Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1-47

Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-61 4-101

Interception Returns-Yards 2-10 1-8

Punts (Number-Avg) 4-46.2 3-47.0

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-1

Penalties-Yards 7-65 4-50

Possession Time 30:03 29:57

Third-Down Conversions 8 of 17 6 of 15

Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 3 0 of 3

Red-Zone Scores-Chances 6-7 3-3

Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-27 3-22

RUSHING: Old Dominion-C. Goodwyn 11-36; C. Boyd 10-32; T. Heinicke

9-20. University of Idaho-James Baker 14-57; Richard Montgomery

12-44; Josh McCain 7-37; Taylor Davis 8-31; Jerrel Brown

5-15; Austin Rehkow 1-minus 7.

PASSING: Old Dominion-T. Heinicke 40-56-1-533. University of Idaho-Taylor

Davis 15-29-2-308; Josh McCain 1-5-0-20.

RECEIVING: Old Dominion-L. Pinkard 8-86; M. Thomas 7-137; C.

Boyd 6-38; Z. Pascal 5-90; B. Roberts 4-36; A. Vaughan 3-103; J. Bailey

3-20; C. Goodwyn 2-16; M. Vaughn 1-5; K. Spellman 1-2. University

of Idaho-Dezmon Epps 9-175; Deon Watson 2-22; James Baker

1-73; Jacob Sannon 1-20; J Podrabsky 1-20; Najee Lovett 1-13; Michael

LaGrone 1-5.

INTERCEPTIONS: Old Dominion-D. Simon 1-10; S. Chapman 1-0.

University of Idaho-Trey Williams 1-8.

FUMBLES: Old Dominion-None. University of Idaho-Austin Rehkow

1-0; J Podrabsky 1-0; Trey Williams 1-1.

SACKS (UA-A): Old Dominion-P. Smith 1-0; J. Brenya 0-1; T. Reid

1-0; R. Owens 1-0; R. Coward 1-0. University of Idaho-Maxx Forde

2-0; Quinton Bradley 0-1; Marc Millan 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Old Dominion-F. Misher 6-2; P. Morant 6-2; A. Simmons

7-0; R. Staton 6-0; A. Everett 3-2; R. Owens 4-0; T. Reid 4-0; J.

Darr 2-2; C. Bradshaw 3-0; M. Johnson 3-0; D. Simon 2-1; S. Chapman

1-2; J. Neal 2-0; R. Coward 1-1; J. Brenya 1-1; L. Alston 1-0; J. Pulisic

1-0; C. Smith 1-0; S. Wiggins 1-0; N. Barnes 1-0; B. Roberts 1-0; C.

Boyd 1-0; P. Smith 1-0; D. Guinn-Bailey 0-1; Z. Pascal 0-1. University

of Idaho-Jayshawn Jordan 7-1; Bradley Njoku 6-1; Maxx Forde 5-2;

Marc Millan 4-3; Roman Runner 6-0; Eric Tuipulotu 5-1; Delency Parham

5-0; QuayShawne Buckley 5-0; D'Mario Carter 3-1; Matthew Willis

3-0; Trey Williams 3-0; Jordan Grabski 2-0; Vince Keener 2-0; Marius

Burgsmueller 1-1; Quinton Bradley 0-2; Dezmon Epps 1-0; Christian

Whitehead 1-0; Anthony Rice 0-1; Broc Westlake 0-1; Juan Martinez

0-1; Ryan Edwards 0-1.

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