2012 HUSKY FOOTBALL

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2012 HUSKY SCHEDULE / RESULTS
Sept. 1 SAN DIEGO ST. (Pac-12 Networks) W, 21-12 Sept. 8 at #3 LSU (ESPN) L, 41-3 Sept. 15 PORTLAND STATE (FX) W, 52-13 Sept. 27 #8 STANFORD (ESPN) W, 17-13 Oct. 6 at #2 Oregon (ESPN) L, 52-21 Oct. 13 #11 USC (FOX) L, 24-14 Oct. 20 at Arizona (Pac-12 Networks) L, 52-17 Oct. 27 #7 OREGON ST. (Pac-12 Networks) W, 20-17 Nov. 2 at California (ESPN2) 6:00 p.m. Nov. 10 UTAH TBD Nov. 17 at Colorado TBD Nov. 23 at WSU (FX or FOX) 12:30 p.m. All times are Pacific. Rankings are AP at time of game.

WASHINGTON at CALIFORNIA Dawgs Play Friday Night Game at Berkeley
THE GAME: The Washington football team (4-4 overall, 2-3 Pac-12) heads into the final third of the regular season with a trip Berkeley to face California (3-6, 2-4) in a Friday night game at newly renovated Memorial Stadium. Kickoff is 6:00 p.m. and the game will air live on ESPN2. While weekday games (and even those on Friday) are not terribly unusual (the Huskies will play three non-Saturday games and two on Friday this year), the UW playing two games in a span of less than a week is unprecedented in modern history. The last time that Washington played two games in a span of six or fewer days, as they will this Friday, was in 1944, when the UW played USC in a game in Fresno, Calif., on a Monday (Oct. 23) and then Cal the following Saturday in Berkeley. After the Cal game, the Huskies wrap up their home season Nov. 10 vs. Utah before facing Colorado (Nov. 17) and WSU (Nov. 23) on the road to end the regular season. QUICK SNAPS: According to the NCAA, the UW has played the second-toughest schedule in the nation to date ... the UW’s first eight opponents are 47-17 (.734) while the remaining four foes are 9-24 (.273) ... the UW’s first five Pac-12 opponents are 31-8 (.795), with two of those losses to the UW ...only a true sophomore, Austin Seferian-Jenkins already has 81 career receptions for 1,016 yards ... the 81 receptions are tied for third-most in UW history by a tight end and the 1,016 yards rank fifth ... his 9 TD receptions also rank third by a TE ... Seferian-Jenkins’ 40 receptions this year are most in the nation among TEs ... Bishop Sankey has rushed for 100 yards in three games and ranks fifth in the Pac-12 in rushing ... Kasen Williams had 10 catches vs. Stanford, the first time a UW receiver had made double-digit catches in a game since Reggie Williams caught 13 vs. Arizona in 2003 ... Washington had seven true freshmen see action in the season-opener Sept. 1 vs. San Diego State: P Korey Durkee, LS Ryan Masel, WR Jaydon Mickens, WR Kendyl Taylor, S Shaq Thompson, DE Pio Vatuvei and TB Erich Wilson II ... both Mickens and Thompson started the game ... Taylor started the game at LSU (as did Thompson) ... two more true freshmen made their debut vs. Portland State: WR Marvin Hall and OG Shane Brostek, who started vs. Stanford ... Cory Littleton became the 10th Husky freshman to play when he started at Oregon ... a total of 16 players made their UW debut vs. San Diego State while five more players made their collegiate debut in the game at LSU ... against Portland State, an additional 10 players got on the field for the first time and one more did so at Oregon, meaning that 32 Huskies have played in their first UW games this season, so far. TELEVISION: The Washington-California game will air live to a national audience on the ESPN2 with Carter Blackburn, Rod Gilmore and Jemelle Hill providing the commentary. The game will also be available on other ESPN platforms, including (depending on a number of variables particular to each viewer) espn3. com and the Watch ESPN app. RADIO: The Washington IMG College Network, with its flagship station KJR 950-AM/102.9 FM, will carry the live broadcast of every football game on 18 Northwest radio stations. Longtime play-by-play man Bob Rondeau and color analyst Damon Huard are joined by sideline reporter Elise Woodward. The Cal broadcast of the game will also air on Sirius 91 and XM 91 satellite radio.

2012 PAC-12 STANDINGS
NORTH Pac-12 Overall 1. Oregon 5-0 8-0 2. Oregon State 4-1 6-1 Stanford 4-1 6-2 4. Washington 2-3 4-4 5. California 2-4 3-6 6. Washington State 0-5 2-6 SOUTH 1. USC 2. UCLA Arizona State 4. Arizona 5. Utah Colorado Pac-12 Overall 4-2 6-2 3-2 6-2 3-2 5-3 2-3 5-3 1-4 3-5 1-4 1-7

Fri.: Washington at California, 6:00 p.m. (ESPN2) Stanford at Colorado, 11:00 a.m. (FX) Washington State at Utah, 12:00 p.m. (Pac-12) Oregon at USC, 4:00 p.m. (FOX) Arizona at UCLA, 7:30 p.m. (Pac-12) Arizona State at Oregon State, 7:30 p.m. (ESPN)

THIS WEEK’S PAC-12 GAMES

LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
UCLA 45, Arizona State 43 Oregon 70, Colorado 14 Arizona 39, USC 36 Stanford 24, Washington State 17 Utah 49, California 27 Oregon State 17

Radio: 950 KJR-AM, 102.9 FM and the Washington IMG College Network Television: ESPN2 Media Schedule for the Week:
Monday: Press conference, 12:00 p.m. Founder’s Club Coaches’ Show, 4:30 p.m., KJR Tuesday: Practice: 8:15 a.m. (defensive players & coaches interviews after) Pac-12 Coaches Teleconference 9:55 a.m. (Sarkisian: 11:55 a.m.) Wednesday: Practice: 8:15 a.m. (offensive coaches & players, & Coach Sarkisian interviews after) Thursday: no media availability (travel)

WASHINGTON at CALIFORNIA Friday, November 2, 2012 • 6:00 p.m. PT

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The Husky offense posted one of its most prolific seasons ever, scoring 434 points over the course of the season, the most by a UW squad since the 1991 national championship team and the second-most in school history. The Huskies scored nearly 12 more points per game than they did the previous year. They also had marked improvement in passing yards (65 more yards per game) and total offense (47 more yards per game), while the team’s third-down percentage improved vastly over the previous season, from 32 to 46 percent. Sarkisian coached his team to a third straight win over Washington State in the annual Apple Cup to remain undefeated against the UW’s in-state rival and to wrap up a 7-5 regular-season record and 5-4 mark in the Pac-12 North. The Huskies secured a berth in the Valero Alamo Bowl, the No. 2 game in the Pac-12 bowl lineup. In 2010, Sarkisian’s second season in Seattle, the Huskies made another clear step forward. The Dawgs went 7-6 overall and finished third in the Pac-10 Conference with a 5-4 record. Then, in the Holiday Bowl, Washington provided one of the bowl season’s top games, beating an 18th-ranked Nebraska squad, 19-7. The win over the Cornhuskers was the last of a series of exciting, gutsy victories in 2010. The season included three Husky wins decided on the very last play of the game (Oregon State, USC and Cal), plus another in which the winning score came inside the final minute (WSU). Sarkisian was introduced as the new head coach of the Washington football team on Dec. 8, 2008. From the start, Sarkisian made it clear that he didn’t think it would take long to turn the program around and get it back to the high level of success that UW football has enjoyed throughout its history. In his first season, 2009, he seemed to prove that he was right. Washington, which posted a winless season for the first time in school history the year before Sarkisian signed on, surged to a 5-7 record in 2009, an improvement of five victories over the previous year. No BCS-conference school in the nation could boast such improvement in terms of wins in 2009. And, Sarkisian’s Husky squad pulled off that feat against a schedule that included 10 opponents who ended the season bowl-eligible. Sarkisian came to the UW with a wealth of experience as a quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator. His string of success is nearly unprecedented as, during his time at USC, he coached two Heisman Trophy winners and oversaw one of the nation’s most consistent and dominant offenses. Sarkisian spent 2007 and 2008 as the Trojans’ assistant head coach and offensive coordinator. He had also previously served as assistant head coach and quarterbacks coach (2005-06), quarterbacks coach (2002-03) and as an offensive assistant (2001) at USC, for a total of seven seasons there. During his seven seasons as a member of the Trojans’ staff, the team posted a combined 74-15 record. As offensive coordinator, his record was 22-3. Aside from his various roles at USC, Sarkisian also spent one season as quarterbacks coach for the Oakland Raiders in 2004 and as QBs coach at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif., in 2000, his first coaching job. Sarkisian starred at the quarterback position at the prep, collegiate and pro levels. After his standout career at Brigham Young University, he was played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League for three seasons (1997-99). He had a record-setting two-year (1995-96) career at BYU, playing under legendary coach Lavell Edwards. Sarkisian completed 549-of-824 passes (66.6 percent) for 7,755 yards and 55 touchdowns in his career. His 162.0 career passing efficiency rating ranked third on the all-time NCAA list. As a senior in 1996, he led the nation in passing efficiency (173.6, No. 7 all-time) as the Western Athletic Conference champion Cougars went 14-1 and won the 1997 Cotton Bowl. He was the WAC Offensive Player of the Year in 1996, and earned second-team All-America honors. Sarkisian transferred to BYU from El Camino Junior College, where he played two seasons (1993-94). He was a first-team Junior College AllAmerica selection as a sophomore and earned all-conference honors in 1993 as a Page 2

MONDAY PRESS CONFERENCE LIVE ON UWTV: This season UWTV, the on-campus television station for the University of Washington, will be carrying the weekly football press conferences LIVE featuring Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian. UWTV’s coverage will be live and available via satellite for stations wishing to use video clips from the presser in their coverage of UW football. Most Monday press conferences are at noon, though there are exceptions. PAC-12 TELECONFERENCE: All 12 Pac-12 coaches are available on a weekly teleconference, each Tuesday morning. The schedule varies, but this week, the call begins at 9:55 a.m. PT and Coach Sarkisian will be on the call at 10:35 a.m. PT. Contact the Pac-12 office at (925) 932-4411 to obtain the number to join in. GOHUSKIES.COM: Everything you need to know about Husky football can be found on the UW’s official athletics site, gohuskies.com. On the front page, look for “Football” under the “Sports” menu and follow the links for all the information. RADIO ON SiriusXM SATELLITE: Many Pac-12 football games this season will air on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. The UW-Cal game will air on Sirius 91 and XM 91 (Cal broadcast). Go to www.siriusxm.com for more information. COACH’S SHOW: The Coach Sarkisian Show, with play-by-play announcer Bob Rondeau, KJR afternoon host Mike Gastineau and head coach Steve Sarkisian, will air each Monday on KJR 950-AM and 102.9 FM from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. and will originate live from the Joey Restaurant on Lake Union (901 Fairview Avenue North, Seattle). The coach’s shows, which air live across the entire Washington IMG College Network, are open to the public. WASHINGTON IMG COLLEGE NETWORK: The following stations make up the 18-station Washington IMG College Network, covering three states: WASHINGTON: Seattle (flagship) Seattle (flagship) Aberdeen Anacortes Bellingham Centralia Kelso/Longview Mt. Vernon Omak KJR KNBQ KXRO KWLE KPUG KELA KLOG KBRC KOMW 950 AM 102.9 FM 1320 AM 1340 AM 1170 AM 1470 AM 1490 AM 1430 AM 680 AM Port Angeles/Sequim Spokane Tacoma Vancouver/Portland Walla Walla Wenatchee Wenatchee Yakima ALASKA: Juneau KONP KTPQ KHHO KKOV KUJ KPQ KZNW KUTI KJNO 1450 AM 1280 AM 850 AM 1550 AM 1420 AM 560 AM 1340 AM 1460 AM 630 AM

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freshman. He also played baseball at El Camino in 1993. He originally enrolled at USC as a baseball player, spending the fall of 1992 on the Trojans’ roster before transferring. Sarkisian was a standout football and baseball player at West Torrance (Calif.) High. He earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from BYU in 1997 after receiving his associate’s degree in general studies from El Camino in 1994. Sarkisian was born March 8, 1974. He and his wife, Stephanie, have two daughters, Ashley and Taylor, and a son, Brady. Sarkisian’s Coaching Career: Year Team Pos. Record Bowl 2000 El Camino JC QBs Coach 8-2 CHIPs For Kids 2001 USC Offensive Asst. 6-6 Las Vegas 2002 USC QBs Coach 11-2 Orange 2003 USC QBs Coach 12-1 Rose 2004 Oakland Raiders QBs Coach 5-11 2005 USC Asst. Head Coach/QBs 12-1 Rose 2006 USC Asst. Head Coach/QBs 11-2 Rose 2007 USC Asst. HC/Off. Coord./QBs 11-2 Rose 2008 USC Asst. HC/Off. Coord./QBs 11-1 Rose 2009 Washington Head Coach 5-7 2010 Washington Head Coach 7-6 Holiday 2011 Washington Head Coach 7-6 Alamo 2012 Washington Head Coach 4-4

2012 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON FOOTBALL

W A S H I N G T O N a t C A L I F O R N I A • M E M O R I A L S TA D I U M • N O V. 2 , 2 0 1 2 • 6 : 0 0 P . M . P T ( E S P N 2 ) COACHING STAFF: Washington’s assistant coaching staff returns entirely includes five new members in 2012, meaning half of the 10 full-time coaches are in their first season at the UW. Nearly all of the nine full-time assistant coaches have some sort of tie to the Northwest and many played for thenPac-10 football programs. The offensive side of the ball is led by newcomer Eric Kiesau, the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach who came to the UW from California. A former QB at Portland State, Kiesau spent the last decade at either Cal or Colorado. He joins three offensive coaches who have been at the UW since Steve Sarkisian was hired. Associate head coach - offense and running backs coach Joel Thomas, in his fourth year at UW, grew up in Port Angeles, Wash., and is a member of the Idaho Athletic Hall of Fame. He is still the Vandals’ all-time leader in carries, rushing yards and rushing TDs. Fellow Idaho grad Dan Cozzetto is in his fourth season as the UW’s run game coordinator and offensive line coach. Cozzetto grew up in Spokane, Wash., and was also the Washington line coach in 2003. He came to the UW from Arizona State. UW pass game coordinator and wide receivers coach Jimmie Daugherty played QB at Missouri and spent most of his coaching career prior to the UW at the University of San Diego. Assistant head coach, recruiting coordinator and special teams coordinator Johnny Nansen is a fourth-year coach at the UW. He grew up in Long Beach, Calif., but played football at Washington State and spent the previous five years at Idaho before moving over to the UW. The four defensive coaches are all new to the UW this year. Coordinator Justin Wilcox grew up in Junction City, Ore., and spent four years as a defensive back at Oregon. He came to the UW from Tennessee and, prior to that, coached at Boise State, among others. His former college roommate, Peter Sirmon, oversees the UW linebackers. A four-year starter at Oregon and a native of Walla Walla, Wash., Sirmon played in the NFL for seven years before moving on to coaching. After stints at Central Washington and Oregon, he worked with Wilcox at Tennessee before coming to Seattle. The new defensive backs coach is Keith Heyward, a four-year letterman at Oregon State. An L.A.-area native, Heyward has coached at OSU six of the last seven seasons. Defensive line coach and defensive run game coordinator Tosh Lupoi had spent his entire playing and coaching career at California before moving to the UW this past off-season. A former Cal defensive lineman, he’d coached the line at his alma mater the last four years after two seasons as a GA. Washington also has two returning grad assistants and two new ones. Washington’s two returners are Jordan Paopao and Donte Williams. Paopao, who works with the tight ends, was a four-year starting center at the University of San Diego while Williams, who prepped at Culver City High in the Los Angeles area, was a defensive back at Syracuse. The newcomers are Eric Guttorp, a Seattle native who wrapped up his career as a UW kicker last season, and Andrew Rolin, who played and coached at USD alongside Paopao and Dougherty before heading north to Seattle this off-season. HUSKIES vs. GOLDEN BEARS HISTORY: Washington and California are the only two teams that have played in what is now the Pac-12 Conference in every season since the league was founded in 1916. As that would indicate, they’ve played one another quite often. The Huskies hold a 50-38-4 record in the all-time series, which began in 1904. Last year in Seattle, the Huskies held on a late goalline stand to preserve a 31-23 victory as Keith Price threw for three TDs in the Pac-12 opener. In 2010 in Berkeley, the Huskies beat the Bears, 16-13, on the final play of the game, a one-yard run from Chris Polk, in the next-to-last week of the season. In 2009, the Huskies closed out their season with a 42-10 win over the Bears in Seattle. Jake Locker passed for 248 yards and three TDs and rushed for 77 and two more scores. In 2008, Cal won in Berkeley, in another season finale as Jahvid Best ran for 311 yards and four touchdowns on only 19 carries in a 48-7 Bears win. In 2007, the 37-23 Husky victory broke a streak of five straight Cal wins in the series. Prior to that fivegame losing streak, the Huskies had won 19 consecutive games in the series, a streak that began with a 50-31 win in 1977. Before 2002, the last Cal win had come in 1976. Cal and UW first met in 1904, battling to a 6-6 tie in a game played in Seattle. In both 1915 and 1916, they played one another twice each year, with unbeaten Gil Dobie’s Washington team sweeping the four games. In 1917, Cal broke the UW’s 63-game unbeaten streak (still an NCAA record) with a 27-0 win in Berkeley. Other big games in the series include the 1937 game, when the unranked Huskies held No. 1 Cal to a 0-0 tie in Seattle. In 1991, the Bears probably came as close as anyone to beating Washington that national championship season, as Mike Pawlawski’s last-gasp pass into the endzone was batted down in a 24-17 UW win. Washington has also posted four of its nine biggest comebacks in history against California. The biggest ever was in 1988, when the Dawgs trailed 27-3 before rallying to win, 28-27. In 1981, Washington was down 21-0 in the third quarter before coming back for a 27-26 victory. A 20-point comeback in 1993 (24-23) and a 14-point rally in 1999 (31-27) also rank on the list. In 2001, the Huskies trailed 21-7 in the first quarter, but came back to earn a 31-28 victory in Berkeley. The Bears, however, then won five straight against the Huskies. In 2002, the Bears beat the Huskies, 34-27, at Husky Stadium to break the Dawgs’ 19-game streak in the series. The following year in Berkeley, Cal routed Washington, 54-7, in the next-to-last game of the season. In 2004, the Bears visited Husky Stadium and left with a 42-12 win. The 2005 game was a 56-17 Bears win in Seattle. In 2006 in Berkeley, Carl Bonnell hit Marlon Wood with a 40-yard pass on the final play of regulation to force overtime, but the Bears won in OT, 31-24. In 2007, Louis Rankin rushed for 224 yards and BrandonJohnson ran for 121 as the Huskies never trailed en route to the 37-23 win. Once again, it was Bonnell at the controls as the UW was without Jake Locker due to an injury suffered the previous week at Oregon State.

WASHINGTON-CALIFORNIA TIES: Washington has three former California VIEW FROM THE OTHER SIDELINE: While the Huskies’ full-time coaching assistant coaches on its current staff. UW offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau was staff doesn’t include any UW graduates, nearly all of them have some tie to on the staff at Cal from 2002 to 2005 and again last season. First-year Husky the state or to the Northwest and a surprising number have actually played for defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi played and coached in Berkeley, beginning his their alma mater against the Dawgs. Head man Steve Sarkisian’s only loss in playing career in 2000. Husky offensive line coach and run game coordinator a 14-1 season as a senior at BYU in 1996 came to the UW at Husky Stadium. Dan Cozzetto worked on the Golden Bears staff for two seasons (1990-91) under New defensive coaches Justin Wilcox and Peter Sirmon both faced the Huskies Bruce Snyder. Cozzetto and Cal o-line coach Jim Michalczik were on the same during their playing careers at Oregon from 1996 to 1999. Former Washington staff at Oregon State with one another in 2000 and 2001. Michalczik is also State linebacker Johnny Nansen, now the Huskies’ recruiting coordinator and married to former UW volleyball standout Jennifer Streatfeild. Cal’s roster special teams coach, was on the opposite sideline for several Apple Cups in lists just one player from the state of Washington: DL Deandre Coleman (Garthe early-to-mid 1990s and new defensive backs coach Keith Heyward played field). Washington’s roster includes numerous Californians, including 11 from in a few barnburners vs. the UW for Oregon State from 1997 to 2000. More Northern California: Josh Banks (Stockton), DiAndre Campbell (Oakland), Ross recently, defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi squared off with the Huskies dur- Dolbec (Orinda), Ken Egu (San Francisco), Travis Feeney (Richmond), Anthony ing his time as a d-lineman at California at the start of the last decade. And Gobern (Fair Oaks), Scott Lawyer (San Jose), Marcus Peters (Oakland), James while neither offensive line coach Dan Cozzetto nor running backs coach Joel Sample (Sacramento), Ben Teichman (Danville), Shaq Thompson (Sacramento), Thomas ever faced Washington during their careers at Idaho, both grew up in Cleveland Wallace (San Jose) and Erich Wilson II (East Palo Alto). the Evergreen State. Finally, new offensive coordinator Eric Kiesau has also never played against Washington, but did play his college football just across the border at Portland State. Page 3 2012 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON FOOTBALL

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LANDMARK VICTORY: Washington’s win over seventh-ranked and previously unbeaten Oregon State last Saturday was historically significant in several ways. Prior to that 20-17 win, the last time the Huskies had beaten an undefeated team later than the sixth week of the season was in 1982, when Washington beat a 9-0 and third-ranked Arizona State team in Tempe. The OSU win was also the Huskies’ second this season over a top-10 team as the Huskies beat then-No. 8 Stanford earlier in the year. Only four previous times in Husky history had the UW beaten two top-10 teams in a season: 2001, 1991, 1984 and 1982 (the 1991 team beat three top-10 teams). HUSKIES vs. BAY AREA SCHOOLS: Washington has a combined, all-time record of 103-77-8 vs. opponents from the San Francisco Bay Area. Washington is 50-38-4 against Cal, 41-38-4 vs. Stanford, 10-0 vs. San Jose State, 1-1 vs. St. Mary’s and 1-0 vs. Santa Clara. The Huskies haven’t played Santa Clara since 1935 and St. Mary’s since 1947. Since 1977, UW is 53-13-0 vs. Bay Area teams: 23-5 vs. Cal, 22-8 vs. Stanford and 8-0 vs. San Jose State. THE PAC-12: Last season, the Pac-10 Conference added Utah and Colorado to expand to the Pac-12. Washington, which along with California is one of two schools who have been in the conference since its founding in 1915, plays in the Pac-12 North, along with the other three Northwest schools (Oregon, OSU, WSU) and Stanford and California. Under current plans, each school will play all five division rivals, plus four of six teams in the other division each season. This year (and last), the Huskies will not face UCLA or Arizona State. Prior to last year, the last time that Washington didn’t face UCLA in a season was in 1992 (when the Pac-10 schedule was eight games). The UW didn’t face Arizona State in 2003 or 2004. CAPTAINS: At the Huskies’ annual “Raise the Woof!” preseason celebration, the captains for the 2012 season were unveiled. This season, thanks to a tie in the player voting, five captains were selected. On offense, junior quarterback Keith Price (Compton, Calif.) and senior center Drew Schaefer (Sammamish, Wash.) were honored. On defense, three players were selected: junior safety Sean Parker (Los Angeles), sophomore linebacker John Timu (Long Beach, Calif.) and senior cornerback Desmond Trufant (Tacoma). All five players are serving as UW captain for the first time as all four of the Huskies’ captains in 2011 have departed. DECADE AFTER DECADE: Washington has won a conference title and a trip to the Rose Bowl in each of the last nine decades, dating back to the 1920s when Washington won the berth in 1923 and 1925. In the 1930s, the Dawgs won the ‘36 title. In the ‘40s, Washington earned the trip in 1943 and then barely slipped in under the wire in the 1950s, winning the 1959 crown. The Huskies won two Rose Bowl berths in the 1960s -- 1960 and 1963 -- and one in the 1970s (1977). Titles in 1980 and 1982 did it for that decade and three straight trips to Pasadena to begin the 1990s covered that 10-year span. In the 2000s, UW was the first team to earn Rose Bowl berths in nine straight decades. USC joined the Dawgs in that distinction in 2004 after their New Year’s Day appearance in Pasadena. THE 100-YARD FACTOR: Since the 1947 season, Washington is 181-57-3 (.757) when a Husky player rushes for 100 yards in a game. Washington is 2-1 such games this season as Bishop Sankey hit the century mark in wins over Portland State and Stanford and the loss at Oregon. HISTORY LESSON: Successfully rushing the football and winning go hand-inhand for the Huskies. Since 1990, UW has rushed for 200 yards in a game 79 times. The Huskies’ record stands at 65-13-1 (.829) in those contests. Since 1995, UW is 40-10-1 (.794) when rushing for 200 yards. PLAYING AT CENTURYLINK FIELD: Washington will play the entire 2012 home season at CenturyLink Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders FC soccer. CenturyLink Field is located in the SoDo District of Seattle, just south of downtown (hence, SoDo). The stadium was opened in 2002 on the site of the old Kingdome. Washington has played two games there, prior to this season. In 2005, the UW opened the season with a “road” game vs. Air Force (the game was Air Force’s home game, but moved to the “neutral” site), falling to the Falcons, 20-17. Last year, in a bid to give the Husky Stadium renovation project a head start, the Huskies played the annual Apple Cup game at CenturyLink Field, beating Washington State, 38-21, in front of 64,559 fans. The stadium, operated by First & Goal, Inc., has a FieldTurf playing surface and a football capacity of 67,000. HUSKY STADIUM RENOVATION: Husky Stadium is currently undergoing a massive renovation which began last November following the Oregon game. The Seattle icon was first opened in 1920. Upper decks were added in the 1950s (south) and 1980s (north). Renovations will completely remake the lower bowl and the south deck. The stadium track will be removed and an operations center for the football team will be built into the west end. For much more information, including a virtual look from every seat in the new stadium, photo galleries, live construction cams, and more, go to huskystadium.com. HISTORIC HUSKY STADIUM: The Oregon game on Nov. 5, 2011, marked the final game in Husky Stadium prior to major renovations that will be completed in time for the 2013 season. The 2011 season marked the 92nd season of play in Husky Stadium. Original construction on the facility was completed in 1920 when Washington played one game in the new campus facility. Thanks to several major renovations, Husky Stadium’s seating capacity increased to 72,500. UW’s all-time record in Husky Stadium stands at 357-169-21 (.673). Washington will re-open the stadium vs. Boise State on Aug. 31, 2013. FAMILY TIES: As is the case with most seasons of Husky football, there are a number of players on the Washington football team related to either current or former Huskies. LB Jamaal Kearse is the younger brother of former WR Jermaine Kearse, who finished his career last season. RS-freshman safety Evan Zeger’s father, John, played safety at the UW, lettering in 1980 and 1981, while sophomore WR Kasen Williams’ dad, Aaron was a four-year letterman (1979-82) wide receiver for the Huskies. Freshman OL Shane Brostek is the son of Husky All-America center Bern Brostek (1986-89). Senior DL Talia Crichton, is a cousin of former DE Daniel Te’o-Nesheim. Junior quarterback Keith Price is a cousin of former UW tailback Jelani Harrison. A little further afield, sophomore TE Michael Hartvigson is a cousin to former UW baseball pitchers Chad and Grant Hartvigson. Incidentally, at least three Huskies have close family ties to Washington State. LB Nate Fellner is the grandson of former WSU head coach Jim Sweeney. Cooper Pelluer’s father, Scott, played at WSU, as did Husky cornerback Desmond Trufant’s brother Marcus. Pelluer’s uncle Steve, however, was a UW QB and his father Scott was an assistant coach at UW. RANDOM NOTES: Washington’s roster includes player from eight different states (based on where the player completed high school): Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawai’i, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington ... Washington has a long tradition of great Polynesian players; this year’s roster includes 19 players of Samoan, Tongan or Hawai’ian descent: James Atoe, Jonathan Amosa, Jesse Callier, Talia Crichton, Jarett Finau, Cory Fuavai, Princeton Fuimaono, Micah Hatchie, Hau’oli Jamora, Lawrence Lagafuaina, Sione Potoa’e, Danny Shelton, John Timu, Semisi Tokolahi, Siosifa Tufunga, Taniela Tupou, Thomas Tutogi, Pio Vatuvei and Psalm Wooching.

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* QUARTERBACKS * #17 Keith Price, Jr., 6-1, 202 – Then-career-high 25 completions in win over SDSU (25-for-35, 222 yds. 1 TD, 0 INT) ... 17-for-36 for 157, 0 TD, 1 INT at #3 LSU ... 14-for-19 for 181 yds., 3 TDs and 0 INT vs. Portland State ... 19-for-37 for 177, 1 TD, 1 INT in win over #8 Stanford ... 19-for-31 for 145 yds. 2 INT, at Oregon ... 20for-28 for 198 yds., 2 INT and 2 TDs vs. USC ... completed 16 in a row vs. Trojans ... 18-for-30 for 194 yds., 1 INT, 0 TD in win over No. 7 Oregon State ... played in all 13 and started 12 at QB last season ... set UW single-season records for TD passes (33), completion percentage (.669) and pass efficiency (161.09) ... 3,063 yards were second-most in UW history ... seven in the nation in pass efficiency last season ... had 9 200-yd. games ... 23-for-37 for 438 yds., 4 TDs and 3 rush TDs in Alamo Bowl ... 7 total TDs tied NCAA record for a bowl game ... 438 yds. were second-most in UW history ... other top games last season: 18-for-25 for 315 yds., 4 TDs, 1 INT in win over Hawai’i ... 21-for-37 for 274 yds., 4 TDs, 2 INT at Nebraska ... 19-for-25 for 292 yds., 3 RDs, 0 INTs vs. Cal ... 21-for-29 for 291 yds., 3 TDs, 0 INTs vs. WSU ... played in 8 of 13 games in 2010, starting at Oregon ... redshirted 2009 season ... completed 143-of-200 for 2,260 yards, 24 TDs and 6 INTs in 2008 at St. John Bosco. Career Highs: 52 att., 29 comp., 438 pass yds., 4 pass TDs, 3 rush TDs. #6 Derrick Brown, RS-Fr., 6-3, 245 – Saw first game action late at #3 LSU (no passes) ... 2-for-5 for 23 yds. vs. PSU ... redshirted last season as a true freshman, suiting up and traveling for every game ... North County Times Offensive MVP in 2010 ... led Vista Murrieta to 13-2 record as a senior ... passed for 1,601 yds. and rushed for 1,037 as senior. Career Highs: 5 att., 2 comp., 23 pass yds. #10 Cyler Miles, Fr., 6-4, 222 – True freshman QB was named first-team all-state (all levels) by Denver Post as a jr. and sr. ... co-MVP of the U.S. Army All-America Bowl (7-for-8 for 155 yds., 1 pass TD, 1 rush TD). PRICE ON THE CHARTS: Husky QB Keith Price set a number of records last season, most notably the season records for touchdown passes, completion percentage and pass efficiency. He also entered the 2012 season ranked No. 1 in career completion percentage and efficiency and is climbing the career TD chart. Here’s a look at where Price ranks on several UW single-season and career top-10 lists: Season Passing Yards Name 1. Cody Pickett (2002) 2. Keith Price (2011) 3. Cody Pickett (2003) 4. Jake Locker (2009) 5. Cary Conklin (1989) 6. Cody Pickett (2001) 7. Damon Huard (1995) 8. Billy Joe Hobert (1991) 9. Tom Flick (1980) 10. Marques Tuiasosopo (1999) PA 612 362 454 394 404 355 313 319 319 322 PC 365 242 257 230 229 196 198 191 191 189 PCT .596 .669 .566 .584 .567 .552 .633 .599 .599 .587 TD 28 33 15 21 18 12 13 24 15 12 Pct. .669 .650 .635 .604 .599 .599 .599 .598 .596 .589 YDS 4,458 3,063 3,043 2,800 2,786 2,696 2,609 2,463 2,460 2,418 Career Completion Percentage Name 1. Keith Price (2010-11) 2. Damon Huard (1992-95) 3. Tom Flick (1976-80) 4. Cody Pickett (1999-03) 5. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92) 6. Steve Pelluer (1980-83) 7. Hugh Millen (1984-85) 8. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000) 9. Brock Huard (1996-98) 10. Don Heinrich (1949-52) Season Passing Efficiency Name 1. Keith Price 2. Brock Huard 3. Damon Huard 4. Don Heinrich 5. Billy Joe Hobert 6. Warren Moon 7. Tom Flick 8. Cody Pickett 9. Jake Locker 10. Isaiah Stanback Year 2011 1997 1995 1950 1991 1977 1980 2002 2009 2005 Comp.-Att. 422-667 472-790 281-471 821-1,429 266-464 472-826 249-439 457-817 484-875 335-610 Rating 161.9 153.8 143.6 143.6 142.0 133.1 132.0 131.3 130.1 128.8 Rating 138.5 130.3 130.0 129.7 129.3 124.1 123.6 122.9 122.6 122.4 Career Touchdown Passes Name 1. Cody Pickett (1999-03) 2. Jake Locker (2007-10) Brock Huard (1996-98) 4. Keith Price (2010-11) 5. Damon Huard (1992-95) TDs 55 53 53 43 36 Pct. .633 .597 .597 .575 .573 .571 .567 .559 .553 .549

Career Passing Efficiency Name (Years) 1. Keith Price (2010-11) 2. Damon Huard (1992-95) 3. Tom Flick (1976-80) 4. Brock Huard (1996-98) 5. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92) 6. Cody Picket (1999-03) 7. Mark Brunell (1989-92) 8. Isaiah Stanback (2003-06) 9. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000) 10. Don Heinrich (1949-50, 52) Season Touchdown Passes Name Year TDs 1. Keith Price 2011 33 2. Cody Pickett 2002 28 3. Brock Huard 1997 25 4. Billy Joe Hobert 1991 24 5. Jake Locker 2009 21

Season Completion Percentage Name Year 1. Keith Price 2011 2. Steve Pelluer 1983 3. Damon Huard 1995 4. Don Heinrich 1950 5. Tom Flick 1980 Billy Joe Hobert 1991 7. Brock Huard 1997 8. Hugh Millen 1985 9. Cody Pickett 2002 10. Damon Huard 1993

Passing 242-362 232-357 198-312 134-221 191-319 191-319 164-274 158-264 365-612 116-197

* RUNNING BACKS * TB - #25 Bishop Sankey, So., 5-10, 200 – Rushed for 144 yds. on 20 carries, with a 61-yd. TD, in win over #8 Stanford ... went for 104 on 25 carries, with 2 TDs, at #2 Oregon ... posted first career 100-yard game vs. Portland State, rushing for 103 yards on just 14 carries ... scored a pair of TDs vs. PSU, also good for a career-high ... 87 yds. and a TD on 19 carries, plus 6 rec. for 32 yds., at Arizona ... 2 TDs and 92 yds. on 25 carries in win over No. 7 Oregon State ... rushed for 66 yds. and 1 TD on 22 car. vs. SDSU ... 14 car. for 54 yds., plus 3 rec., vs. USC ... played in 12 of 13 in 2011 ... 8 carries for 71 yds. and a TD vs. Colorado ... 4A all-state and 2-time Seattle Times all-state selection ... Greater Spokane League MVP in 2010 ... set GSL record with 4,355 career rush yds. ... rushed for 2,518 as a senior, also a GSL record. Career Highs: 25 car., 144 yds., 2 TDs. TB - #23 Kendyl Taylor, Fr., 5-10, 200 – Has played WR and TB ... 3 rushes for 47 yds., plus 3 rec. for 32 yds., at Arizona ... 3 carries, 11 yds.; 2 rec. for 12 yds. vs. OSU ... 5 car. for 29 yds. at Oregon ... 3 carries for 11 yds. vs. USC ... started at Page 5

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WR at #3 LSU and also returned kicks ... 1 rec. for 6 yds. in win over SDSU ... had 4 carries for 9 yds. and 1 rec. for 11 in Stanford game ... Arizona’s Division I Player of the Year (rivals) as a senior ... part of a 53-game win streak in HS ... father, Keith, played in NFL, as did uncle John and brother, Kerry. Career Highs: 5 car., 47 yds. TB - #34 Dezden Petty, RS-Fr., 5-11, 225 – 34 yards on 5 carries at Oregon ... only carry vs. Stanford was a 2-yd. run on a crucial 4th-and-1 in the 4th quarter ... saw extensive action vs. Portland State, rushing for 54 yards on 16 carries ... first career action at #3 LSU ... 7 carries for 9 yds. vs. Tigers ... redshirted 2011 as true freshman ... could see action at TB or FB ... 2nd-team All-CIF L.A. City Section as a senior ... also played QB and LB in HS. Career Highs: 16 car., 54 yds. TB - #20 Erich Wilson II, Fr., 5-10, 188 – 21 yds. and a TD on 4 carries at Oregon ... ran for 72 yards on 15 carries vs. Portland State, setting new highs in both categories ... 4 carries for 25 yds. at #3 LSU ... 2 car. for 22 yds. vs. SDSU ... broke HS’s season rushing yds. record on final carry, finishing with 2,106 ... broke Serra’s career TD record, held by Lynn Swann, with 52. Career Highs: 15 car., 72 yds, 1 TD. FB - #48 Jonathan Amosa, Sr., 5-11, 233 – Has played in all 8 games ... 10-yd. rec. vs. SDSU ... 9-yd. catch vs. USC ... played in 10 of 13 games, starting 3, last season ... scored 1st UW TD of season with 7-yd. rec. vs. EWU ... made the move from LB to FB in spring of 2011 ... former walkon earned a scholarship in 2010. FB - #35 Cole Sager, Sr., 5-10, 218 – Played in 5 of 8 games on special teams ... 1 tackle at #3 LSU and vs. PSU .... played in all 13 on special teams in 2011 ... played in last 9 games of the 2010 season ... saw action in final 8 games of 2009 season. * WIDE RECEIVERS * #2 Kasen Williams, So., 6-2, 216 – Set new career highs in win over #8 Stanford, catching 10 passes for 129 and the game-winning TD, a 35-yarder ... 6 rec. for 48 yds. at Oregon ... 8-for-80 at Arizona; 5-for-61 vs. OSU ... 2 for 22 with a TD vs. USC ... 6 rec. for 75 yds. and a TD vs. SDSU ... 3 rec. for 19 yds. at LSU ... 6 rec. for 69 yards and a TD vs. Portland State ... played in all 13 , starting 3, last year ... scored a TD in first game (EWU) ... 5 rec. for 74 yds. and 2 TDs in Apple Cup win over WSU ... season-highs for rec. (6) and yds. (79) vs. Oregon ... 6 TD receptions tied for 2nd on team ... Parade National Player of the Year as a senior at Skyline HS ... MaxPreps.com’s National Athlete of the Year (all sports) ... Gatorade State Player of the Year in both FB and track ... named Seattle Times’ boys athlete of the year last 3 years of high school ... played in 4 state title games in HS, winning 3 ... swept the state’s 4A long, triple and high jump titles as HS senior ... father, Aaron, was a 4-year letterman at UW (1979-82). Career Highs: 10 rec., 129 yds., 2 TDs. #19 DiAndre Campbell, So., 6-1, 198 – Played in all 8 so far this year ... first start vs. Stanford (2 rec. for 10 yds.) ... 2 rec. for 13 yds. in start at Oregon ... scored first career TD vs. Portland State, a 20-yd. reception ... 2 catches for 28 vs. PSU ... 3 rec. for 45 yds. vs. USC ... played in 12 of 13 last year ... had 2 rec. in 2011 ... redshirted in 2010 ... 1st-team all-league WR and 2nd-team All-East Bay DB as a senior at Oakland Tech in 2009. Career Highs: 2 rec., 28 yds., 1 TD. #4 Jaydon Mickens, Fr., 5-10, 170 – Started career debut vs. SDSU (2 rec. for 16 yds.) ... 1 rec. for 9 yds. at #3 LSU ... 3 rec. for 13 yds. at Arizona; 2-for-42 in start vs. OSU ... 2 rec. for 13 yds. at Ore. ... 2 rec. for 8 vs. Stanford ... 4 rec. for 11 yds. vs. USC ... all-city running back as a HS senior ... played QB, RB and WR at Dorsey ... co-MVP of Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. Career Highs: 4 rec., 42 yds. #8 Kevin Smith, Jr., 5-11, 213 – Career-high 4 rec. for 48 yds. in start at #3 LSU ... 2 rec. for 20 yds. vs. SDSU ... played in 12 of 13 last year, missing only Alamo Bowl due to injury in practice that week ... could be limited at start of 2012 season due to injury ... had 15 receptions and had 37 kick returns last season ... 25.9-yd. KOR avg. was 7th-best in UW history ... rushed for a 22-yd. TD vs. Colo. ... played in 10 of 13 as a true freshman, missing other 3 with injury ... started 2 games ... returned 15 kicks ... Pioneer League MVP at Centennial HS in Compton, Calif. ... led team to first outright league title in 49 years. Career Highs: 4 rec., 53 yds. #7 Cody Bruns, Sr., 5-11, 183 – Has played in all 8 games this year ... 3 rec. for 17 yds. at Oregon ... 27-yd. punt return vs. USC ... 1 catch at Arizona ... redshirted 2011 season ... played in 12 of 13, starting vs. Arizona, in 2010 ... served as team’s primary punt returner and holder ... broke clavicle at WSU, but returned to play in Page 6 Holiday Bowl ... played in 8 of 12 games in 2009 ... completed a 38-yard pass vs. Cal in ‘09 ... played in 7 games as true freshman in ‘08 ... finished Prosser HS career with 310 rec. for 5,178 yds. and 72 TDs, all state records ... rec. and yds. were second-most in history for 11-man FB. Career Highs: 3 rec., 43 yds. #16 Marvin Hall, Fr., 5-10, 181 – Debuted vs. PSU, returning 2 punts (13 yds.) and 2 kickoffs (69 yds.) ... 1 rec. for 5 yds. vs. OSU ... had 2 punt returns and 4 KORs vs. Stanford ... 4 KOR and 1 PR at Oregon ... HS teammate of Jaydon Mickens at L.A.’s Dorsey HS ... won L.A. City 100m, 200m, 4x100m and 4x400m titles as a HS senior. #27 William Chandler, Jr., 6-0, 186 – Saw action vs. PSU ... spent last year as UW’s holder ... earned 2nd-team Academic All-Pac-12 ... earned a scholarship prior to start of ‘11 season ... won state titles at Skyline HS in 2007 and 2008. * TIGHT ENDS * #88 Austin Seferian-Jenkins, So., 6-6, 266 – Career-best 110 yds. on 8 rec., with 1 TD, at Arizona ... career-high 9 rec. for 82 yds. vs. SDSU ... 6 rec. for 51 yds. at LSU ... 5-for-78 with a TD vs. PSU ... 2 for 10 vs. Stanford; 2-for-33 at Oregon ... 5 rec. for 83 yds. and a TD vs. USC ... 3 rec. for 31 yds. in win over No. 7 OSU ... as true freshman in 2011, honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... played in all 13, starting 10 ... 538 rec. yds. were 2nd-most in UW history for a true freshman (any position) and 3rd-most by a UW TE (any class) ... 6 TD rec. ranked 6th in UW history for a TE ... 3 rec. for 91 yds. and 1st TD vs. Hawai’i ... 4 rec. for 52 yds. and 2 TDs vs. Cal ... 2 TDs at OSU ... 5 rec. for 77 yds. at Stanford ... played 17 games for UW’s Pac-12 champion basketball team after football ended ... 4A all-state selection as a junior and senior ... finished Gig Harbor HS career with 126 receptions ... enrolled at UW in spring, 2010 ... ranked by several services as No. 2 TE recruit in the country. Career Highs: 9 rec., 110 yds., 2 TDs. #84 Michael Hartvigson, So., 6-6, 255 – 2 rec. for 33 yds. in win over No. 7 Oregon State ... 1 catch for 5 yds. in start vs. SDSU ... also caught a pass vs. PSU, at Ariz. ... started vs. Stanford and Oregon State ... 1 catch vs. USC ... played in 13 games, starting 7, at TE in 2011 ... 8 rec. for the season ... had a TD at Oregon ... played in first 4 games of 2010 before injury kept him out of last 9 ... was granted a medical redshirt for 2010 ... cousins Chad and Grant Hartvigson played baseball at UW. Career Highs: 2 rec., 33 yds., 1 TD. #80 Evan Hudson, So., 6-5, 262 – Has seen action at TE in all 8 games, starting vs. PSU, Oregon and Arizona ... earned scholarship prior to 2011 season ... played in 10 of 13 last year ... caught 1 pass, a 2-yd. TD at Stanford ... redshirted in 2010 ... also redshirted as a RHP on baseball team in 2011. #82 Joshua Perkins, RS-Fr., 6-3, 216 – First career action at LSU (TE and special teams) ... has played in all but SDSU, Arizona games ... redshirted in 2011 ... moved to H-back/TE in fall, 2012 ... 70 rec. for 1,082 yds. as a senior at Gahr HS in Cerritos, Calif. ASJ MOVING UP: Only halfway through his true sophomore season, Austin Seferian-Jenkins is already marking a big mark on the career charts at a program with a very rich tradition of great tight ends. ASJ current ranks fourth in career receptions and fifth in career yards for a tight end. He is also just one TD reception short of tying the school record (10, shared by Dave Williams and John Brady): Career Receptions By A Tight End Name Rec. 1. Mark Bruener (1991-94) 95 2. Jerramy Stevens (1999-01) 88 3. Rod Jones (1984-86) 81 A. Seferian-Jenkins (2011-) 81 5. John Brady (1970-72) 67 Career Rec. Yds. By A Tight End Name Rec. 1. Dave Williams (1964-66) 1,133 2. Jerramy Stevens (1999-01) 1,113 3. Mark Bruener (1991-94) 1,102 4. John Brady (1970-72) 1,040 5. Seferian-Jenkins (2011-) 1,016

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* OFFENSIVE LINEMEN * T - #72 Micah Hatchie, So., 6-5, 293 – Started all 8 games at LT ... played in all 13 games, on both PAT/FG and at T on offense, in 2011 ... redshirted as a true freshman in 2010 ... all-state OL as a senior at Waialua HS in 2009. T - #59 Ben Riva, So., 6-6, 302 – Has started 3 games at RT (SDSU, Arizona, OSU) ... played in 10 of 13 last year ... redshirted as a true freshman in 2010 ... 3A all-state and Metro League OL of the year as a senior at O’Dea in 2009. T - #70 James Atoe, So., 6-6, 335 – Started 3 games at RG and 3 games at RT ... played in 3 games last year ... redshirted as a true freshman in 2010 ... all-league OL as HS senior ... brother, Ryan, played football at Idaho. G - #78 Mike Criste, So., 6-5, 695 – Has seen action in all 8 games ... started at RT vs. PSU and at RG vs. OSU ... backed up at C, but saw no game action, in 2011 ... redshirted 2010 ... All-CIF Southern Section as senior at Mission Viejo. G - #76 Dexter Charles, RS-Fr., 6-4, 292 – First start, at LG, vs. PSU ... has started last 6 there ... saw first college action at RG at LSU ... redshirted as a true freshman in 2011... all-state selection as a senior o-lineman at Stanwood HS. G - #60 Shane Brostek, Fr., 6-4, 280 – Saw first action, at RG, vs. PSU ... first start, at RG, vs. Stanford ... also started at Oregon, vs. USC ... all-state at Hawai’i Prep on the Big Island ... son of UW All-American Bern Brostek. G - #62 Ross Dolbec, RS-Fr., 6-6, 300 – Saw first action vs. PSU, both on offense and special teams ... has played in 3 games ... walkon from Orinda, Calif. T/G - #75 Erik Kohler, Jr., 6-4, 299 – Started at RG vs. SDSU and at RT at LSU ... started all 13 at RT in 2011 ... played in 11 of 13, starting at LG 4 times and at RT once, as a true freshman in 2010. C - #73 Drew Schaefer, Sr., 6-4, 294 – Started all 8 games at C ... entered senior year having started 30 straight ... started all 13 at C last year, playing every snap ... second-team Academic All-Pac-12 last year ... 1 of 2 UW OL to start all 13 in 2010 ... started 11 at C and 2 at RT that year ... honorable mention Academic All-Pac-10 in 2010 ... played in all 12 games and started the final 4 games at LT in 2009. C - #65 Siosifa Tufunga, RS-Fr., 6-2, 307 – Saw first action vs. PSU ... redshirted as a true freshman in 2011 ... played at Long Beach Jordan, a year behind Timu and Fuimaono ... Moore League o-lineman of the year as a senior in 2010. * DEFENSIVE LINEMEN * #11 Talia Crichton, Sr., 6-3, 264 – Started 7 of 8 games at DE ... 2 tackles, 1.5 TFLs and a crucial sack vs. No. 7 OSU ... 3 tackles and a fumble recovery at Arizona ... 2 tackles in win over #8 Stanford ... 2 tackles vs. USC ... played in 11 of 13, starting 3, last year ... started the first 6 games of 2010 before injury ended season ... career-high 4 tackles at BYU ... played in 9 of 12 (4 starts) as a freshman in 2009. #93 Andrew Hudson, So., 6-3, 249 – Started all 8 games at DE ... 3 tackles and a sack at Oregon ... 3 tackles, 1 sack vs. SDSU ... career-high 7 tackles at #3 LSU ... 3 tackles and a fumble recovery vs. #8 Stanford ... 2 stops vs. USC, Ariz., OSU ... played in all 13, starting 2, last year ... 3 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble in the Alamo Bowl ... season-high 4 tackles at Oregon State ... redshirted 2010 season. #71 Danny Shelton, So., 6-1, 317 – Started all 8 games at NT ... career-high 10 tackles at #3 LSU ... 3 tackles, half a TFL vs. Stanford ... 3 tackles, 2 for loss, vs. USC ... 2 stops at Arizona ... played in all 13, starting vs. WSU, as a true freshman ... season-high 5 tackles in Alamo Bowl ... at Auburn HS, first-team 4A all-state at both OL and DL as a senior and also all-state OL as a junior ... 2-time SPSL OL and DL of the year ... also 4A state shotput champion. #99 Josh Banks, Jr., 6-2, 265 – First career action vs. Stanford, when he made 1 solo tackle ... 1 tackle at Oregon and vs. OSU ... started vs. USC (4 tackles, 1 TFL) ... transferred to UW after two seasons at San Joaquin Delta College ... AllCalifornia and league’s defensive MVP in 2011. #22 Josh Shirley, So., 6-3, 230 – Started first 3 games at RE ... 2 tackles and a forced fumble vs. Stanford ... had a sack vs. USC ... 3 stops at Arizona ... 4 tackles, including a sack vs. SDSU ... 4 stops at LSU ... played in all 13, starting 7, last year ... 28 total tackles, including 12 for loss and 8.5 sacks ... had 3 sacks in the Alamo Bowl ... 4 tackles, 2.5 for loss in Apple Cup ... redshirted 2010 season ... semifinalist for the HS Butkus Award as a senior ... played in U.S. Army All-America game. #98 Semisi Tokolahi, Sr., 6-2, 340 – Started vs. PSU (2 tackles, 0.5 TFL), vs. Stanford ( 1 tackle), vs. OSU (2, 1 TFL) ... 3 tackles at LSU and at Arizona ... played in 10 of 13 last year after recovering from late-season injury the year before ... started 7 games ... in 2010, played in all 12 regular-season games, but missed Holiday Bowl after breaking ankle in WSU game ... 3 starts in 2010 ... saw action in 5 of 12 as a true freshman in 2009 ... born in Tonga. #42 Cory Littleton, Fr., 6-3, 230 – Started at rush end at Oregon in first career game action ... had 6 tackles, including 1 TFL ... started at Arizona (3 tackles) ... first-team All-CIF San Diego Section and first-team All-East County as both a junior and senior at DE ... Grossmont Valley League Defensive MVP 2010 and 2011. #44 Pio Vatuvei, Fr., 6-2, 281 – True freshman has played in all 8 ... 2 tackles at LSU ... 3 stops vs. PSU; 1 vs. Stanford; 1 at Arizona ... multiple all-state honors as a senior at Patterson (Calif.) HS ... also played FB in high school. #55 Sione Potoa’e, Jr., 6-2, 271 – Has played in all 8 games ... half a TFL vs. PSU ... played in 11 of 13 last year, starting vs. Cal ... season-high 3 tackles vs. USC ... also played in 11 of 13 as a freshman in 2010 ... all-state and SPSL League dlineman of the year at Lakes HS ... first 4-year varsity starter at Lakes since 1963. #91 Connor Cree, RS-Fr., 6-4, 245 – First career action vs. SDSU ... has seen action in 7 of 8 games ... redshirted 2011 ... all-league DE and 2nd-team TE as a senior at Skyline ... helped lead Spartans to 12-2 record and state title game in 2010. #95 Jarett Finau, RS-Fr., 6-2, 260 – Has played in 5 of 8 games ... redshirted 2011 season as a true freshman ... first-team all-state (all levels) ... all-league LB and TE ... led Juanita to a 9-2 record and state quarters as a senior in 2010. #90 Taniela Tupou, RS-Fr., 6-1, 272 – First career action vs. PSU ... redshirted 2011 season as a true freshman ... all-state at DL and second-team at TE as a senior at Archbishiop Murphy ... league’s Defensive Player of the Year. * LINEBACKERS* #10 John Timu, Fr., 6-1, 220 – Started all games ... 6 tackles each vs. SDSU; at LSU; at Arizona ... 6 tackles and a TFL vs. PSU ... 6 tackles and an 11-yd. sack vs. #8 Stanford ... 4 stops at Oregon; 5 vs. USC ... 6 tackles and an interception vs. Oregon State ... played in 12 of 13 games, starting 8, as a true freshman last year ... hadn’t played in nearly 2 years due to injury ... compiled 52 tackles, including 5 TFLs ... season-high 8 tackles vs. Oregon and Baylor ... greyshirted 2010 season mainly due to injury suffered as HS senior ... enrolled at UW in Jan. 2011 ... Moore League Player of the Year as a junior QB ... also played S, P and K for LB Jordan. #41 Travis Feeney, Fr., 6-4, 203 – Started 6 of 8 games at OLB ... 6 tackles plus a 47-yd. interception return at Arizona ... 12 tackles at Oregon ... finished with 5 tackles, 2 TFLs, 1 sack and a forced fumble vs. SDSU ... 4 stops at LSU ... 6 tackles vs. #8 Stanford ... 8 tackles, 1 sack vs. USC ... redshirted 2011 season ... moved from S to LB during fall camp (2012) ... first-team All-East Bay as a senior at Pinole Valley HS ... led team to 11-1-1 record in 2010 ... drafted by Oakland in the 48th round of the 2011 MLB draft, but didn’t sign a contract. #50 Thomas Tutogi, So., 6-1, 244 – 10 tackles, 1 sack in start vs. Stanford ... career-high (and game-high) 12 tackles at #3 LSU ... also had a fumble recovery at LSU ... 1 tackle vs. SDSU; 6 vs. PSU ... 4 tackles at Oregon; 5 vs. USC ... played in all 13 games in 2011 ... notched 19 total tackles ... blocked a punt that was returned for a TD vs. WSU ... season-high 4 tackles at Stanford ... played 1 season at Southwestern JC ... all-league in 2010 ... 120 tackles, 17.5 for a loss at JC. #37 Princeton Fuimaono, So., 6-1, 215 – 5 tackles, 1 TFL in start vs. PSU ... 6 tackles in start vs. OSU ... 3 tackles vs. SDSU and at LSU; 1 vs. Stanford & Oregon ... 4 at Arizona ... started all 13 at OLB last year ... totaled 64 tackles, including 8.5 for loss and 3 sacks last year ... season-high 12 tackles at USC ... 9 tackles, 4 TFLs, 1 sack and a fumble recovery in win over WSU ... played in all 13 as a freshman in 2010 ... all-league LB at Long Beach Jordan, where he also played RB, TE and WR. #14 Taz Stevenson, So., 6-1, 203 – Has played in all 8 ... 2 tackles and forced fumble at LSU ... 2 stops vs. PSU; 1 vs. Stanford ... played in 8 of 13, missing 4 due to injury last year ... moved from S to LB in the spring ... played in all 13 games as a freshman in 2010 ... 4 tackles at Oregon and WSU ... first-team all-state allpurpose player as a senior at Mililani HS in Hawai’i. 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#29 Nate Fellner, Jr., 6-1, 201 – Made season debut vs. Stanford ... 1 tackle at Oregon, 3 at Arizona ... moved from S to LB in the spring ... played in 9 of 13 last year, starting 4 ... season-high 9 tackles vs. EWU ... had big INT in win over Arizona ... started all 13 at FS in 2010 ... 4th in the Pac-10 with 0.33 INTs per game ... also had 79 tackles in ‘10 ... season-high 11 tackles at USC and Cal (both wins) ... played in each of the final 9 games of 2009 season (3 starts) as a true freshman ... grandson of former Washington State and Fresno State head coach Jim Sweeney. #58 Jamaal Kearse, RS-Fr., 6-2, 224 – Saw first action of season at Oregon ... played in all 13 games, starting 4, last year ... season-high 5 tackles at Stanford ... 4 tackles and an 18-yd. fumble return for a TD at Utah ... redshirted as a freshman in 2010 ... 3A all-state DB as a senior at Lakes in 2009 ... younger brother of former UW receiver Jermaine Kearse ... led Lakes to 12-1 record as a senior at Lakes. #30 Evan Zeger, Fr., 6-2, 210 – Played in 2 of 8 games ... moved from S to LB last spring ... redshirted 2011 season ... all-state at Las Vegas’ Bishop Gorman HS ... led Gaels to 4A state title in 2010 ... father, John, played S at UW in early 1980s. #47 Scott Lawyer, Fr., 6-2, 198 – Played in 3 games so far ... redshirted 2011 season as a true freshman ... first-team all-league as a LB at Oak Grove in 2010. * SAFETIES * #1 Sean Parker, Jr., 5-10, 190 – Started all 8 at safety ... 12 tackles at Oregon ... team-high 8 tackles vs. SDSU ... 6 tackles, forced fumble at Arizona ... 3 tackles, an INT and 3 pass break-ups in win over No. 7 Oregon State ... 4 stops vs. LSU ... caught a pass vs. PSU ... 5 tackles, 1 TFL and a forced fumble vs. #8 Stanford ... 6 tackles vs. USC ... started all 13 games in 2011 ... season-best 15 tackles vs. Baylor ... 11 tackles at Nebraska and 10 at USC ... six stops, including a TFL, plus an INT at Utah ... 4 tackles and a pick vs. Arizona ... also had an INT vs. OSU and vs. WSU ... played in 9 of 13, missing 4 due to injury, as a true freshman in 2010 ... was team’s top nickel back and also returned kicks ... USA Today second-team All-America at Narbonne HS ... played in U.S. Army All-America game. #7 Shaq Thompson, Fr., 6-2, 225 – Started all 8 games at nickel ... 8 tackles and an INT at Oregon ... 3 tackles each vs. SDSU and LSU ... 7 tackles, 2 TFLs and a blocked FG vs. PSU ... 7 tackles, 1 TFL vs. Stanford ... 5 tackles vs. USC and at Arizona ... 6 tackles, 1 sack, in win over OSU ... consensus No. 1 safety recruit in the nation out of Sacramento’s Grant HS ... first-team All-America by Parade and USA Today and 1 of 6 finalists for U.S. Army National Player of the Year ... drafted by the Red Sox in 18th round of 2012 MLB Draft and spent summer with Red Sox’ rookie-league team in Florida. #20 Justin Glenn, Sr., 5-11, 214 – Started last 6 at S ... 8 tackles at LSU ... gamehigh 9 tackles vs. USC ... 4 stops and a fumble recovery vs. SDSU ... 3 tackles and an interception vs. PSU ... 4 tackles in start vs. Stanford ... 3 tackles, 1 TFL at Oregon ... 8 stops at Arizona ... 6 tackles and an INT in win over No. 7 OSU ... played in all 13, starting 5, in ‘11 ... season-best 15 tackles at Nebraska ... 8 tackles each at Stanford and vs. Baylor ... played in 8 of 13 games in 2010 after returning from injury suffered in 2009 season ... played in 1st 5 games of 2009 before breaking leg at Notre Dame ... scored a TD on a 51-yard fumble recovery at Stanford ... redshirted 2008 season. #13 Will Shamburger, Jr., 6-0, 185 – Started at S at SDSU, scoring a 44-yard TD on a fumble return ... 3 tackles in start at LSU, 2 vs. PSU, 1 at Oregon ... 2 stops at Arizona ... played in 11 of 13, starting 4, last year ... 9 tackles at Oregon, 8 at USC ... played in 10 of 13 games as RS-freshman in 2010 ... redshirted true freshman season in 2009 while recovering from injury ... classmate of Keith Price in HS. #26 Anthony Gobern, Sr., 5-11, 189 – Played in all 8 ... 1 tackle vs. SDSU, LSU, Arizona ... played in all 13 last year, mainly on special teams but also at CB ... 3 tackles and a fumble recovery in opener vs. EWU ... 4 tackles vs. Arizona ... played in 12 of 13 games, mainly on special teams, in 2010 ... played in 3 games in 2009 ... originally signed for 2008 season, but grey-shirted and arrived in Jan., 2009. #5 James Sample, RS-Fr., 6-2, 206 – First action of 2012 vs. PSU ... played in 2 games last year, but suffered an injury and was granted a medical redshirt season ... all-league, all-section and all-state as a senior at Grant HS ... played in U.S. Army All-America game ... led team to 13-1 record in 2010. Page 8 * CORNERBACKS * #6 Desmond Trufant, Sr., 6-0, 186 – Started all 8 at CB ... 6 tackles, 2.5 for loss and a sack vs. SDSU ... 3 stops at LSU ... 2 tackles, 1 TFL vs. PSU ... had an INT that secured the win in the 4th quarter vs. #8 Stanford ... 5 tackles at Oregon ... 10 tackles in win over OSU ... for a second straight year, started all 13 at CB in 2011 ... honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... Pac-12 Player of the Week after win over EWU, when he had 11 tackles, a FF and an INT in the endzone on EWU’s final drive ... also had an INT, as well as a 2-point defensive conversion (on a fumble) vs. Hawai’i .. .started all 13 games in 2010 ... season-high 9 tackles vs. Stanford ... 6 tackles and an INT in win over Oregon State ... played in all 12 games, starting 9, as a true freshman in 2009 ... won team’s most outstanding freshman award ... scored on a 17-yard fumble recovery at Notre Dame ... INT on final drive of Arizona game secured the UW win ... all-state CB at Tacoma’s Wilson High ... younger brother of Seahawks CB Marcus Trufant and Jets CB Isaiah Trufant. #21 Marcus Peters, RS-Fr., 5-11, 194 – Made first career start vs. USC, finighing with game-high 9 tackles, 1 TFL and an interception ... also started at Arizona (4 tackles) ... first career game action vs. SDSU ... scored on 21-yd. INT return vs. Portland State ... 4 tackles at #3 LSU; 2 vs. SU; 1 at UO ... 3 tackles, an INT and 3 break-ups in win over OSU ... redshirted 2011 season ... MVP of the Oakland Athletic League as a senior in 2010 ... 7 INTs and 6 punt/kick return TDs as senior. #32 Tre Watson, Jr., 5-9, 183 – Started first 5 at CB ... scored on a 79-yd. return of a blocked FG vs. PSU ... also had 3 tackles vs. Vikings ... had a 34-yd. INT vs. SDSU ... also 3 tackles vs. Aztecs ... 6 tackles at LSU; 2 vs. SU; 4 at UO ... transferred from Central Wash. prior ot last season and redshirted due to transfer rules ... started 10 of 11 at CWU in 2010, helping Wildcats to 8-3 record ... played in 2009 at West Hills College ... prepped at Seattle’s Kennedy HS, earning all-state as a RB. #18 Gregory Ducre, Jr., 5-10, 177 – 3 tackles, 0.5 for loss, vs. SDSU ... 2 stops at LSU; 1 vs. PSU ... started 6 and played in all 13, in 2011 ... 4 tackles and an INT at Utah ... 5 stops and a fumble recovery vs. EWU ... 6 tackles and another FR vs. Hawai’i ... 4 tackles, a sack and a forced fumble vs. WSU ... played in all 13 games as a true freshman ... had an INT vs. Syracuse ... member of a Crenshaw HS team that won the CIF Open Bowl and finished 14-1. #27 Adam Long, Sr., 5-10, 176 – Saw first action of 2012 vs. PSU (1 tackle) ... missed last season while recovery from a knee injury ... played in 12 of 13 games, mainly on special teams, in 2010 ... played in 3 games in 2009 ... originally signed for 2008 season, but grey-shirted and arrived in Jan., 2009. * SPECIALISTS* PK/P - #46 Travis Coons, Jr., 6-2, 205 – Has handled all kicks so far and punted 9 times for a 38.9-yard average (no punts were returned) vs. Stanford ... also punted at Oregon: 5 for 41.6-yd. avg.; and vs. USC (5-for-37.4) ... 43-yd. FG and 6 punts at Arizona ... made 43-yd. FG in only attempt of Stanford game ... hit a 41-yarder vs. PSU ... made from 34 yds. at LSU and also had both kickoffs go into endzone ... missed lone FG attempt (47 yards) ... made two FGs in win over No. 7 OSU: from 44 and 30 ... 30-yarder was game-winner with 1:20 left ... also 7 punts for 41.9 avg. vs. Beavers ... JC transfer from Mt. San Antonio College slated to take over placekicking duties in 2012 ... helped Mt. SAC to a 10-2 record last year ... rated No. 3 kicking prospect in nation by Chris Sailer Kicking. P - #46 Korey Durkee, Fr., 6-4, 222 – 5 punts for 186 yds. (long of 49) in college debut vs. SDSU ... 8 for 37.6 (long of 53) at #3 LSU ... 2-for-33.0 vs. PSU ... true freshman from Gig Harbor HS will start at punter ... 4A all-state punter as a senior, averaging 45.9 yards per punt ... first-team all-league as both P and PK ... also an all-state goalkeeper on soccer team. LS - #77 Ryan Masel, Fr., 6-0, 216 – Has handled all snaps so far, debuting in first game of true freshman season vs. SDSU ... walkon from Phoenix, Ariz. ... helped lead Desert Vista to state title as a senior OL, DL and LS.

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Pos. WR LT LG C RG RT TE No. 2 7 72 76 76 65 73 65 78 60 59 70 88 84 80 82 17 6 10 25 23 20 34 48 35 4 8 19 16 Player Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown KASEN WILLIAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 216, Sammamish, Wash. Cody Bruns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr ., 5-11, 183, Prosser, Wash . MICAH HATCHIE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-5, 293, Haleiwa, Hawai’i Dexter Charles . . . . . . . . . . . . .RS-Fr ., 6-4, 292, Camano Island, Wash . DEXTER CHARLES . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-4, 292, Camano Island, Wash. Siosifa Tufunga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr ., 6-2, 307, Calif . DREW SCHAEFER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-4, 294, Sammamish, Wash. Siosifa Tufunga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr ., 6-2, 307, Long Beach, Calif . MIKE CRISTE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-5, 295, Mission Viejo, Calif. Shane Brostek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr ., 6-4, 280, Kamuela, Hawai’i BEN RIVA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-6, 302, Seattle, Wash. James Atoe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So ., 6-6, 335, The Dalles, Ore . AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS . . . . . . . So., 6-6, 266, Fox Island, Wash. Michael Hartvigson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So ., 6-6, 255, Bothell, Wash . Evan Hudson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So ., 6-5, 262, Bothell, Wash . Joshua Perkins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr ., 6-3, 216, Cerritos, Calif . KEITH PRICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-1, 202, Compton, Calif. Derrick Brown OR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr ., 6-2, 245, Winchester, Calif . Cyler Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr ., 6-4, 223, Centennial, Colo . BISHOP SANKEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 5-10, 200, Spokane, Wash. Kendyl Taylor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr ., 5-10, 200, Chandler, Ariz . Erich Wilson II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr ., 5-10, 188, East Palo Alto, Calif . Dezden Petty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr ., 5-11, 225, Carson, Calif . JONATHAN AMOSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-11, 233, Seattle, Wash. Cole Sager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sr ., 5-10, 218, Burlington, Wash . JAYDON MICKENS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-10, 170, Los Angeles, Calif. Kevin Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr ., 5-11, 213, Compton, Calif . DiANDRE CAMPBELL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-1, 198, Oakland, Calif. Marvin Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr ., 5-10, 181, Los Angeles, Calif .

2012 Hus ky Depth Chart
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Pos. DE NT No. 11 44 71 98 55 93 99 55 22 42 91 41 37 10 50 37 14 7 29 13 20 1 26 6 18 21 32

Player Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown TALIA CRICHTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-3, 264, Lakewood, Calif. Pio Vatuvei . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fr ., 6-2, 281, Patterson, Calif . DANNY SHELTON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-1, 317, Auburn, Wash. Semisi Tokolahi OR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr ., 6-2, 340, Hilo, Hawai’i Sione Potoa’e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr ., 6-2, 271, Fort Lewis, Wash . ANDREW HUDSON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-3, 249, Redlands, Calif. Josh Banks OR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr ., 6-2, 265, Stockton, Calif . Sione Potoa’e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr ., 6-2, 271, Fort Lewis, Wash . JOSH SHIRLEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-3, 230, Fontana, Calif. Cory Littleton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fr ., 6-3, 230, Spring Valley, Calif . Connor Cree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr ., 6-4, 245, Sammamish, Wash . TRAVIS FEENEY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-4, 209, Richmond, Calif. Princeton Fuimaono . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jr ., 6-1, 211, Long Beach, Calif . JOHN TIMU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .So., 6-1, 231, Long Beach, Calif. Thomas Tutogi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr ., 6-1, 242, Chula Vista, Calif . PRINCETON FUIMAONO . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-1, 211, Long Beach, Calif. Taz Stevenson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr ., 6-1, 215, Mililani, Hawai’i SHAQ THOMPSON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-2, 225, Sacramento, Calif. Nate Fellner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr ., 6-1, 218, Fresno, Calif . WILL SHAMBURGER OR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-0, 185, Compton, Calif. JUSTIN GLENN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sr., 5-11, 214, Mukilteo, Wash. SEAN PARKER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 5-10, 190, Los Angeles, Calif. Anthony Gobern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr ., 5-11, 189, Fair Oaks, Calif . DESMOND TRUFANT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-0, 186, Tacoma, Wash. Gregory Ducre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr ., 5-10, 177, Los Angeles, Calif . MARCUS PETERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 5-11, 194, Oakland, Calif. Tre Watson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr ., 5-9, 183, Seattle, Wash .

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NOTE: 12 positions listed on defense (nickelback)

NOTE: 12 positions listed on offense (three wide receivers)

SPECIALISTS
Pos. PK P KR PR LS HLD No. 46 46 4 16 7 16 77 7 Player Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown TRAVIS COONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-2, 205, Alta Loma, Calif. TRAVIS COONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-2, 205, Alta Loma, Calif. JAYDON MICKENS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-10, 170, Los Angeles, Calif. MARVIN HALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-10, 181, Los Angeles, Calif. CODY BRUNS OR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-11, 183, Prosser, Wash. MARVIN HALL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-10, 181, Los Angeles, Calif. RYAN MASEL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-0, 216, Phoenix, Ariz. CODY BRUNS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-11, 183, Prosser, Wash.

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100-YARD RUSHER by UW 104, Bishop Sankey, at Oregon, 10/6/12 by Opp. 179, Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona, 10/20/12 TWO 100-YARD RUSHERS by UW 138, Chris Polk, vs. UCLA, 11/18/10 107, Jesse Callier, vs. UCLA, 11/18/10 by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 101, Jarred Salubi, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 101, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 THREE 100-YARD RUSHERS by UW 222, Corey Dillon, vs. San Jose State, 11/16/96 148, Terry Hollimon, vs. San Jose State, 11/16/96 100, Maurice Shaw, vs. San Jose State, 11/16/96 by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 101, Jarred Salubi, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 101, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 200-YARD RUSHER by UW 284, Chris Polk, at Washington State, 12/4/10 by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 60-YARD RUSH PLAY by UW 61, Bishop Sankey, vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 by Opp. 78, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 70-YARD RUSH PLAY by UW 72, Chris Polk, at Washington State, 12/4/10 by Opp. 78, Tevin Reese, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 80-YARD RUSH PLAY by UW 86, Rich Alexis, at Arizona State, 10/14/00 by Opp. 89, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 THREE RUSHING TDS by UW Keith Price (3), vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. Terrance Ganaway (5), Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 30 OR MORE RUSHES by UW 30, Chris Polk, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 32, Jacquizz Rodgers, Oregon State, 10/16/10 TEAM RUSHED FOR 300 YARDS by UW 315, at Washington State, 12/4/10 by Opp. 482, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 300-YARD PASSER by UW 438, Keith Price, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 344, Marshall Lobbestael, Washington State, 11/26/11 400-YARD PASSER by UW 438, Keith Price, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 473, Bo Levi Mitchell, Eastern Washington, 9/3/11 SCORED ON OVER A 50-YARD PASS PLAY by UW 80 yards, Keith Price to J. Kearse, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 54 yards, Sean Mannion to Brandin Cooks, Oregon State, 10/27/12 25 PASS COMPLETIONS by UW 29, Keith Price, at Arizona, 10/20/12 by Opp. 29, Marshall Lobbestael, Washington State, 11/26/11 40 PASS ATTEMPTS by UW 52, Keith Price, at Arizona, 10/20/12 by Opp. 42, Marshall Lobbestael, Washington State, 11/26/11 THREE OR MORE TD PASSES by UW 3, Keith Price, vs. Portland State, 9/15/11 by Opp. 4, Matt Scott, Arizona, 10/20/12 FOUR OR MORE TD PASSES by UW 4, Keith Price, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 4, Matt Scott, Arizona, 10/20/12 100-YARD RECEIVER by UW 110, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, at Arizona, 10/20/12 by Opp. 123, Brandin Cooks, Oregon State, 10/27/12 200-YARD RECEIVER by UW 216, Charles Frederick, at Oregon State, 10/18/03 by Opp. 244, Golden Tate, Notre Dame, 10/3/09 100 YARDS RECEIVING BY TWO OR MORE PLAYERS by UW Reggie Williams (116) and Patrick Reddick (105), vs. California, 10/5/02 by Opp. Brandon Kaufman (140) and Nicholas Edwards (108), EWU, 9/3/11 TEN OR MORE RECEPTIONS by UW 10, Kasen Williams, vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 by Opp. 11, Juron Criner, Arizona, 10/29/11 THREE OR MORE TD RECEPTIONS by UW 4, Jermaine Kearse, vs. Oregon State, 10/16/10 by Opp. 3, Rob Gronkowski, Arizona, 10/4/08 THREE FIELD GOALS by UW Erik Folk (3), vs. Eastern Washington, 9/3/11 by Opp. John Bonano (3), Arizona, 10/29/11 FOUR FIELD GOALS by UW Erik Folk (4), at USC, 10/2/10 by Opp. Alex Zendejas (4), Arizona, 10/10/09 50+ YARD FIELD GOAL by UW 53, Erik Folk, vs. Eastern Washington, 9/3/11 by Opp. 53, Giorgio Tavecchio, California, 11/27/10

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MISSED POINT AFTER TOUCHDOWN by UW Ryan Perkins (blocked), vs. Brigham Young, 9/6/08 by Opp. Nick Fernandez (blocked), Portland State, 9/15/11 TWO INTERCEPTIONS by UW Scott White, vs. Oregon State, 10/14/06 by Opp. Eddie Pleasant, Oregon, 11/5/11 THREE INTERCEPTIONS by UW Russell Hairston, vs. Oregon, 10/23/93 by Opp. Lamont Thompson, Washington State, 11/22/97 MADE 15+ TACKLES by UW 15, Sean Parker, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 15, Elliot Coffey, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 MADE 20+ TACKLES by UW 22, John Fiala, at Arizona State, 9/7/96 by Opp. 21, Marcus Bell, Arizona, 10/3/98 PUNT RETURNED FOR TD by UW 86 yards, Charles Frederick at Oregon State, 10/18/03 by Opp. 63 yards, Richard Morrison, Arizona, 10/20/12 BLOCKED PUNT FOR TD by UW Jesse Callier (blocked by Thomas Tutogi) vs. Washington St., 11/26/11 by Opp. Anthony Brown (also blocked by Brown), USC, 10/13/12 PUNT BLOCKED (NO TD) by UW Chris Stevens, vs. Arizona State, 11/8/08 by Opp. Deone Bucannon, Washington State, 11/26/11 BLOCKED FIELD GOAL by UW Andre Heidari (Desmond Trufant) vs. USC, 10/13/12 by Opp. Joshua Leonard, Hawaii (Ryan Perkins), 12/01/07 KICKOFF RETURNED FOR TD by UW 89 yards, Louis Rankin, vs. Washington State, 11/24/07 by Opp. 88 yards, Marqise Lee, USC, 11/12/11 INTERCEPTION RETURNED FOR TD by UW Marcus Peters (21 yards) vs. Portland State, 9/15/11 by Opp. Avery Patterson (43 yards), Oregon, 10/6/12 FUMBLE RECOVERED FOR TD by UW Terry Johnson, vs. Idaho, 9/20/03 by Opp. Rodney Leisle, UCLA, 10/4/03 FUMBLE RETURNED FOR TD by UW 44 yards, Will Shamburger, vs. San Diego State, 9/1/12 by Opp. 21 yards, Cameron Jordan, California, 11/27/10 SCORED A SAFETY by UW Team (holding in endzone), vs. Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10 by Opp. Devon Kennard (sack in endzone), USC, 11/12/11 SURPASSED 500-YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE by UW 620, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 533, Arizona, 10/20/12 SURPASSED 600-YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE by UW 620, vs. Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 by Opp. 777, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 RECORDED A SHUTOUT by UW 30-0, vs. Washington State, 11/28/09 by Opp. 0-41, Stanford, 10/30/10 BACK-TO-BACK SHUTOUTS by UW vs. Arizona (54-0), 10/5/91 and vs. Toledo (48-0), 10/12/91 by Opp. by USC (0-0), 11/4/61 and by Oregon State (0-3), 11/11/61 SCORED 50 POINTS by UW 52-13, vs. Portland State, 9/15/11 by Opp. 52-17, at Arizona, 10/20/12 SCORED 60 POINTS by UW 66-0, vs. Oregon, 10/26/74 by Opp. 67-56, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11 PLAYED TO A TIE by UW 21-21 vs. USC, 10/28/95 PLAYED AN OVERTIME GAME Win 35-34 win vs. Oregon State, 10/16/10 Loss 37-30 loss at Notre Dame, 10/3/09 70-YARD PUNT by UW 82, Kiel Rasp, at California, 11/27/10 by Opp. 74, Rob Myers, Washington State, 11/18/89 TEAM FAILED TO RUSH FOR 100-YARDS by UW 99, vs. Oregon State, 10/27/12 by Opp. 65, Stanford, 9/27/12 TEAM FAILED TO PASS FOR 100-YARDS by UW 72, vs. Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10 by Opp. 98, Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10 10 OR MORE PENALTIES by UW 10, at Arizona, 10/20/12 by Opp. 10, USC, 10/13/12 100 PENALTY YARDS by UW 100, at Arizona, 10/20/12 by Opp. 102, Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10

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Sept. 1 vs. San Diego State UW interception (Watson from Katz) UW fumble recovery (Shamburger from Lockett) UW fumble recovery (Glenn from Katz) Sept. 8 at LSU UW fumble recovery (Tutogi from Beckham) Sept. 15 vs. Portland State UW interception (Peters from McDonagh) UW interception (Glenn from McDonagh) Sept. 27 vs. Stanford UW fumble recovery (A. Hudson from Nunes) UW interception (Trufant from Nunes) Oct. 6 at Oregon UW interception (Thompson from Mariota) Oct. 13 vs. USC UW interception (Peters from Barkley) Oct. 20 at Arizona UW interception (Feeney from Scott) UW fumble recovery (Crichton from Carey) Oct. 27 vs. Oregon State UW interception (Parker from Mannion) UW interception (Glenn from Mannion) UW interception (Timu from Mannion) UW interception (Peters from Mannion)

W A S H I N G T ON P O INTS O FF TU R NO V ER S

Outcome UW touchdown (Sankey 2-run) UW returned for touchdown (Shamburger, 44 yards) UW turnover (Sankey fumble) Outcome UW field goal (Koons, 34 yards) Outcome UW returned for touchdown (Peters, 21 yards) UW interception (Jones from Brown) Outcome UW punt end of game Outcome UW punt Outcome UW touchdown (Williams, 17-pass from Price) Outcome UW touchdown (Sankey, 1-run) UW fumble Outcome UW punt UW punt UW punt UW touchdown (Sankey, 1-run) Totals: 16 turnovers, 6 touchdowns, 1 FG, 45 points

Points 7 points 7 points 0 points Points 3 points Points 7 points 0 points Points 0 points 0 points Points 0 points Points 7 points Points 7 points 0 points Points 0 points 0 points 0 points 7 points

Sept. 1 vs. San Diego State SDSU fumble recovery (Berhe from Sankey) Sept. 8 at LSU LSU interception (Mills from Price) Sept. 15 vs. Portland State PSU interception (Jones from Brown) Sept. 27 vs. Stanford SU interception (Murphy from Price) Oct. 6 at Oregon UO fumble recovery (Kelley from Hall) UO interception (Patterson from Price) UO fumble recovery (Jackson from Price) UO fumble recovery (Alonso from Vatuvei) UO interception (Dixon from Price) Oct. 13 vs. USC USC interception (Bailey from Price) USC fumble recovery (Starling from Price) USC interception (Shaw from Price) USC fumble recovery (Williams from Price) Oct. 20 at Arizona UA interception (Bondurant from Price) UA fumble recovery (Pettinato from Price) UA interception (Grandon from Price) Oct. 27 vs. Oregon State OSU interception (Martin from Price)

O P P O N E N T P O INTS O FF TU R NO V ER S

Outcome SDSU punt Outcome LSU touchdown (Boone 32-pass from Mettenberger) Outcome PSU touchdown (McDonagh 4-run) Outcome SU returned for touchdown (Murphy, 40 yards) Outcome UO touchdown (D. Thomas 16-run) UO returned for touchdown (Patterson, 43 yards) UO touchdown (Huff 34-pass from Mariota) UO touchdown (Marshall 4-run) UO punt Outcome USC touchdown (Redd, 11-run) USC loss of downs USC punt USC punt Outcome UA touchdown (Scott, 1-run) UA touchdown (Hill, 17-pass from Scott) UA punt Outcome OSU loss of downs Totals: 17 turnovers, 10 touchdowns, 0 FGs, 70 points

Points 0 points Points 7 points Points 7 points Points 7 points Points 7 points 7 points 7 points 7 points 0 points Points 7 points 0 points 0 points 0 points Points 7 points 7 points 0 points Points 0 points

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2012 University of Washington Football Washington Overall Team Statistics (as of Oct 27, 2012) All games Team Statistics
SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games
1st 2nd

165 20.6 146 57 74 15 1009 1229 220 276 3.7 126.1 10 1569 164-274-10 5.7 9.6 196.1 8 2578 550 4.7 322.2 30-677 12-79 11-143 22.6 6.6 13.0 13-7 60-561 70.1 48-1792 37.3 32.8 35-2099 60.0 53.8 31: 41 40/116 34% 7/16 44% 11-61 84 21 6-8 0-0 (18-25) 72% (15-25) 60% (21-21) 100% 291649 5/58330
3rd 4th OT

WASH

224 28.0 151 71 67 13 1481 1618 137 308 4.8 185.1 11 1610 122-220-11 7.3 13.2 201.2 14 3091 528 5.9 386.4 29-642 10-117 10-165 22.1 11.7 16.5 15-6 50-429 53.6 34-1383 40.7 37.8 44-2725 61.9 38.6 28: 19 41/108 38% 6/15 40% 23-151 0 29 8-11 0-1 (22-27) 81% (14-27) 52% (26-27) 96% 201744 3/67248 0/0

OPP

Score by Quarters Washington Opponents

47 58

59 64

35 54

24 48

0 0

Total 165 224

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2012 University of Washington Football Washington Overall Individual Statistics (as of Oct 27, 2012) All games
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Rushing gp att gain loss net avg td lg avg/g Punt Returns no. yds avg td lg

Sankey, Bishop Wilson, Erich Taylor, Kendyl Petty, Dezden Price, Keith Mickens, Jaydon Wilson, Willis Vatuvei, Pio Hall, Marvin Brown, Derrick TEAM Total Opponents
Passing

8 147 701 35 666 4.5 9 4 25 143 3 140 5.6 1 8 18 107 0 107 5.9 0 6 29 108 9 99 3.4 0 8 45 163 153 10 0.2 0 8 2 6 0 6 3.0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 8 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 6 1 0 4 -4 -4.0 0 2 2 0 7 -7 -3.5 0 4 5 0 9 -9 -1.8 0 8 276 1229 220 1009 3.7 10 8 308 1618 137 1481 4.8 11
gp effic comp-att-int pct

61 31 30 17 17 4 1 1 0 0 0 61 57

83.2 35.0 13.4 16.5 1.2 0.8 1.0 0.0 -0.7 -3.5 -2.2 126.1 185.1
lg avg/g

Hall, Marvin Bruns, Cody Smith, Kevin Mickens, Jaydon Total Opponents
Interceptions

6 4 1 1 12 10
no.

33 34 5 7 79 117 54 1 0 47 0 7 0 34 143 165 357 287 17 16 677 642 3 44 0 47 2

5.5 8.5 5.0 7.0 6.6 11.7 18.0 0.5 0.0 47.0 0.0 7.0 0.0 34.0 13.0 16.5 22.3 23.9 17.0 16.0 22.6 22.1 3.0 44.0 0.0 23.5 2.0

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

23 27 5 7 27 63
lg

yds avg td

yds td

Price, Keith Brown, Derrick Coons, Travis Total Opponents
Receiving

8 2 8 8 8
gp

111.16 161-268-9 60.1 1530 8 38.64 2-5-1 40.0 23 0 234.40 1-1-0 100.0 16 0 110.29 164-274-10 59.9 1569 8 127.93 122-220-11 55.5 1610 14
no. yds avg td lg avg/g

40 16 16 40 70

191.2 11.5 2.0 196.1 201.2

Peters, Marcus Glenn, Justin Thompson, Shaq Feeney, Travis Parker, Sean Timu, John Trufant, D. Watson, Tre Total Opponents
Kick Returns

3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 10
no.

26 1 0 47 0 7 0 34 47 43
lg

yds avg td

Williams, Kasen SeferianJenkins Sankey, Bishop Mickens, Jaydon Taylor, Kendyl Campbell, D. Smith, Kevin Hartvigson, M. Bruns, Cody Hall, Marvin Amosa, Jonathan Hudson, Evan Callier, Jesse Parker, Sean Total Opponents

8 46 503 8 40 478 8 18 106 8 15 112 8 10 59 8 9 96 7 6 68 8 6 55 8 5 18 6 2 21 8 2 19 8 2 10 1 2 8 8 1 16 8 164 1569 8 122 1610

10.9 11.9 5.9 7.5 5.9 10.7 11.3 9.2 3.6 10.5 9.5 5.0 4.0 16.0 9.6 13.2

4 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 14

35 40 15 24 11 21 22 31 8 16 10 6 9 16 40 70

62.9 59.8 13.2 14.0 7.4 12.0 9.7 6.9 2.2 3.5 2.4 1.2 8.0 2.0 196.1 201.2

Hall, Marvin Mickens, Jaydon Smith, Kevin Thompson, Shaq Total Opponents
Fumble Returns

16 12 1 1 30 29
no.

37 31 17 16 37 51
lg

yds avg td

Hudson, Andrew Shamburger, W. Watson, Tre Total Opponents

1 1 0 2 1

3 44 0 44 2

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Scoring

td

fg

kick

pts

Total Offense

g plays

rush pass

total avg/g

Sankey, Bishop Coons, Travis Williams, Kasen SeferianJenkins Campbell, D. Shamburger, W. Peters, Marcus Watson, Tre Wilson, Erich Total Opponents

9 - 6-8 4 3 1 1 1 1 1 21 6-8 29 8-11

21-21 21-21 26-27

0-1

- - - - - - - - - - - 0-1

-

- 54 - 39 - 24 - 18 6 6 6 6 6 - 165 - 224

Price, Keith Sankey, Bishop Wilson, Erich Taylor, Kendyl Petty, Dezden Brown, Derrick Coons, Travis Mickens, Jaydon Wilson, Willis Hall, Marvin TEAM Total Opponents

8 8 4 8 6 2 8 8 1 6 4 8 8

313 10 1530 1540 192.5 147 666 0 666 83.2 25 140 0 140 35.0 18 107 0 107 13.4 29 99 0 99 16.5 7 -7 23 16 8.0 1 0 16 16 2.0 2 6 0 6 0.8 1 1 0 1 1.0 1 -4 0 -4 -0.7 5 -9 0 -9 -2.2 550 1009 1569 2578 322.2 528 1481 1610 3091 386.4

Field Goals

fg

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

lg blk

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

Coons, Travis
FG Sequence

6-8

75.0 0-0

0-0

2-2

4-6

0-0

45

0

Washington

Opponents

San Diego State LSU Portland State Stanford Oregon Ducks USC Arizona Oregon State

47 (34) (41) (43) 45 (43) (45),(30)

(18),(32) 33 (31),(28) 41,(28) (23),41 (24) (29)

Coons, Travis Durkee, Korey TEAM Total Opponents
Kickoffs

32 1239 15 553 1 0 48 1792 34 1383

38.7 36.9 0.0 37.3 40.7

53 53 0 53 62

3 16 8 2 5 4 0 0 0 5 21 12 1 12 6

3 1 0 4 7

1 0 0 1 0

no. yds avg tb ob retn

net ydln

Coons, Travis Total Opponents
All Purpose g

35 2099 60.0 4 1 2012 University of Wash 35 2099 60.0 Overall Individual Sta Washington 4 1 22.1 38.8 26 44 2725 61.9 14 0 22.6 38.6 All game 26
rush rcv pr kr ir total avg/g

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

Sankey, Bishop Williams, Kasen SeferianJenkins Mickens, Jaydon Hall, Marvin Taylor, Kendyl Wilson, Erich Petty, Dezden Campbell, D. Smith, Kevin Hartvigson, M. Peters, Marcus Bruns, Cody Feeney, Travis Watson, Tre Amosa, Jonatha Thompson, Sha Parker, Sean Hudson, Evan Price, Keith Callier, Jesse Timu, John Glenn, Justin Wilson, Willis Brown, Derrick TEAM Total Opponents

8 666 106 8 0 503 8 0 478 8 6 112 6 -4 21 8 107 59 4 140 0 6 99 0 8 0 96 7 0 68 8 0 55 8 0 0 8 0 18 7 0 0 8 0 0 8 0 19 8 0 0 8 0 16 8 0 10 8 10 0 1 0 8 8 0 0 8 0 0 1 1 0 2 -7 0 4 -9 0 8 1009 1569 8 1481 1610

0 0 0 7 33 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 79 117

0 0 0 287 357 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 677 642

0 772 96.5 0 503 62.9 0 478 59.8 0 412 51.5 0 407 67.8 0 166 20.8 0 140 35.0 0 99 16.5 0 96 12.0 0 90 12.9 0 55 6.9 54 54 6.8 0 52 6.5 47 47 6.7 34 34 4.2 0 19 2.4 0 16 2.0 0 16 2.0 0 10 1.2 0 10 1.2 0 8 8.0 7 7 0.9 1 1 0.1 0 1 1.0 0 -7 -3.5 0 -9 -2.2 143 3477 434.6 165 4015 501.9

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# 20 10 1 7 41 50 6 21 71 93 37 32 22 11 98 42 13 44 26 99 18 14 97 29 55 35 27 82 8 19 72 46 2 25 Defensive Leaders gp ua Tackles a tot tfl/yds Sacks no-yds Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick saf

Glenn, Justin Timu, John Parker, Sean Thompson, Shaq Feeney, Travis Tutogi, Thomas Trufant, D. Peters, Marcus Shelton, Danny Hudson, Andrew Fuimaono, P. Watson, Tre Shirley, Josh Crichton, Talia Tokolahi, S. Littleton, Cory Shamburger, W. Vatuvei, Pio Gobern, Anthony Banks, Josh Ducre, Gregory Stevenson, Taz Lagafuaina, L. Fellner, Nate Potoa'e, Sione Sager, Cole Long, Adam Perkins, Joshua Smith, Kevin Campbell, D. Hatchie, Micah Coons, Travis Williams, Kasen Sankey, Bishop Total Opponents

8 30 15 8 27 18 8 30 15 8 25 19 7 27 15 8 20 20 8 21 8 8 14 12 8 12 12 8 9 14 8 14 9 8 12 6 8 11 4 7 7 5 8 6 6 4 4 6 8 4 5 8 5 2 8 4 3 5 4 3 7 4 2 8 1 4 3 4 1 3 3 1 8 1 2 5 1 1 2 1 . 6 1 . 7 1 . 8 1 . 8 1 . 8 1 . 8 1 . 8 1 . 8 308 208 8 328 210

45 45 45 44 42 40 29 26 24 23 23 18 15 12 12 10 9 7 7 7 6 5 5 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 516 538

1.0-6 2.0-12 1.5-5 4.5-17 3.0-22 2.0-5 4.5-21 1.0-1 2.5-5 3.0-6 1.0-5 . 3.0-11 1.5-5 1.5-2 1.0-3 . . . 1.0-1 0.5-0 . . . 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . . 35-128 61-221

. 2-1 1.0-11 1-7 . 1-0 1.0-4 1-0 2.0-20 1-47 1.0-2 . 1.0-8 1-0 . 3-54 . . 2.0-3 . . . . 1-34 2.0-9 . 1.0-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-61 11-143 23-151 10-165

1 3 3 . . . 4 5 . . . 4 . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 23 21

. 1 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 11

1-0 . . . . 1-0 . . . 1-3 . . . 1-0 . . 1-44 . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . 6-47 7-2

. . 2 . 1 . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 10

. . . 1 . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2012 GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS
Opponent WR LT LG C SAN DIEGO STATE Williams Hatchie Tanigawa Schaefer at LSU Williams Hatchie Tanigawa Schaefer PORTLAND STATE Williams Hatchie Charles Schaefer STANFORD Williams Hatchie Charles Schaefer at Oregon Williams Hatchie Charles Schaefer USC Williams Hatchie Charles Schaefer at Arizona Williams Hatchie Charles Schaefer OREGON STATE Williams Hatchie Charles Schaefer at California UTAH at Colorado at Washington State # - started as second tight end ^ - started as third wide receiver Opponent DE SAN DIEGO STATE Crichton at LSU Crichton PORTLAND STATE Tokolahi STANFORD Tokolahi at Oregon Crichton USC Crichton at Arizona Crichton OREGON STATE Crichton at California UTAH at Colorado at Washington State % - started at defensive tackle NT Shelton Shelton Shelton Shelton Shelton Shelton Shelton Shelton DE A. Hudson A. Hudson A. Hudson A. Hudson A. Hudson A. Hudson A. Hudson A. Hudson RE Shirley Shirley Shirley Crichton Littleton Banks% Littleton Tokolahi% RG Kohler Atoe Atoe Brostek Brostek Brostek Atoe Criste RT Riva Kohler Criste Atoe Atoe Atoe Riva Riva TE Seferian-Jenkins Seferian-Jenkins Seferian-Jenkins Seferian-Jenkins Seferian-Jenkins Seferian-Jenkins Seferian-Jenkins Seferian-Jenkins QB Price Price Price Price Price Price Price Price TB Callier Sankey Sankey Sankey Sankey Sankey Sankey Sankey FB Hartvigson# Taylor^ Hudson# Hartvigson# E. Hudson# Amosa E. Hudson Hartvigson# WR Mickens Smith Campbell Campbell Campbell Mickens Mickens Campbell

LB Feeney Feeney Fuimaono Tutogi Feeney Feeney Feeney Fuimaono

ILB Timu Timu Timu Timu Timu Timu Timu Timu

NICKEL Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson

S Shamburger Shamburger Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn Glenn

S Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker Parker

CB Trufant Trufant Trufant Trufant Trufant Trufant Trufant Trufant

CB Watson Watson Watson Watson Watson Peters Peters Peters

2012 GAME-BY-GAME TEAM STATISTICS
Washington
SAN DIEGO STATE at LSU PORTLAND STATE STANFORD at Oregon USC at Arizona OREGON STATE at California UTAH at Colorado at Washington State

Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD)
31-106-1 24-26-0 49-209-2 34-136-1 46-208-3 30-101-0 29-124-1 33-99-2

Passing (A-C-I-Yds.-TD)
35-25-0-222-1 36-17-1-157-0 25-17-1-220-3 37-19-1-177-1 31-19-2-145-0 28-20-2-198-2 52-29-2-256-1 30-18-1-194-0

66-328 60-183 74-429 71-313 77-353 58-299 81-380 63-293

Total Off. (Att.-Yds)

First Downs (Tot.-R-Pa-Pn)
22-7-13-2 12-3-6-3 24-10-11-3 13-9-3-1 23-10-11-2 14-6-8-0 23-7-14-2 15-5-8-2

Fumbles (No.-Lost)
1-1 0-0 3-0 0-0 5-3 2-2 1-1 1-0-

Penalties (No.-Yds.)
4-46 11-74 9-80 4-25 8-102 6-50 10-100 8-84

Time of Possession
31:03 26:21 38:38 29:40 35:18 27:57 32:26 32:03

Opponent
SAN DIEGO STATE at LSU PORTLAND STATE STANFORD at Oregon USC at Arizona OREGON STATE at California UTAH at Colorado at Washington State

Rushing (Att.-Yds.-TD)
40-199-1 52-242-4 24-83-1 28-65-0 52-299-2 40-204-1 49-277-2 23-109-0

Passing (A-C-I-Yds.-TD)
19-10-1-199-1 19-12-0-195-1 34-18-2-178-1 37-18-1-170-0 24-15-1-198-4 20-10-1-167-1 22-14-1-256-4 45-25-4-318-2

59-327 71-437 58-261 65-235 76-497 60-371 71-533 68-427

Total Off. (Att.-Yds)

First Downs (Tot.-R-Pa-Pn)
16-12-3-1 24-13-9-2 10-2-7-1 10-3-7-0 32-18-9-5 15-7-7-1 25-12-11-2 19-4-14-1

Fumbles (No.-Lost)
3-2 1-1 1-0 2-1 3-1 2-0 2-1 1-0

Penalties (No.-Yds.)
4-40 5-43 5-47 5-30 7-74 10-70 8-75 6-50

Time of Possession
28:57 33:39 21:22 30:20 24:42 32:03 27:34 27:57

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2012 GAME-BY-GAME INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Sankey 22-66-1 8-20-0 14-103-2 20-144-1 25-104-2 14-54-0 19-87-1 25-92-2 Taylor 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-9-0 5-29-0 3-11-0 3-47-0 3-11-0 Petty DNP 7-9-0 16-54-0 1-2-0 5-34-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP E. Wilson 2-22-0 0-0-0 15-72-0 0-0-0 4-21-1 DNP DNP DNP Price 6-17-0 5-(-24)-0 1-(-11)-0 6-(-14)-0 5-24-0 12-34-0 7-(-10)-0 3-(-6)-0

Price 35-25-0-222-1 36-17-1-157-0 19-14-0-181-3 37-19-1-177-1 31-19-2-145-0 28-20-2-198-2 52-29-2-256-1 30-18-1-194-0

Brown DNP 0-0-0-0-0 5-2-1-23-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Receiving (No.-Yds.-TD) SAN DIEGO STATE at LSU PORTLAND STATE STANFORD at Oregon USC at Arizona OREGON STATE at California UTAH at Colorado at Washington State Tackles (U-A-TOT) SAN DIEGO STATE at LSU PORTLAND STATE STANFORD at Oregon USC at Arizona OREGON STATE at California UTAH at Colorado at Washington State

Seferian-Jenkins 9-82-0 6-51-0 5-78-1 2-10-0 2-33-0 5-83-1 8-110-1 3-31-0

Williams 6-75-1 3-19-0 6-69-1 10-129-1 6-48-0 2-22-1 8-80-0 5-61-0

Mickens 2-16-0 1-9-0 0-0-0 2-8-0 2-13-0 4-11-0 2-13-0 2-42-0

Taylor 1-6-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-11-0 3-17-0 0-0-0 3-13-0 2-12-0

Smith 2-20-0 4-48-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Hartvigson 1-5-0 0-0-0 1-7-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-4-0 1-6-0 2-33-0

Campbell 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-28-1 2-10-0 2-13-0 3-45-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Sankey 1-0-0 3-30-0 0-0-0 2-9-0 0-0-0 3-25-0 6-32-0 3-10-0

Parker 6-2-8 2-2-4 0-1-1 3-2-5 8-4-12 3-3-6 5-1-6 3-0-3

Trufant 5-1-6 1-2-3 1-1-2 1-0-1 3-2-5 1-0-1 0-1-1 9-1-10

Timu 5-1-6 1-5-6 6-0-6 2-4-6 2-2-4 4-1-5 3-3-6 4-2-6

Feeney 5-0-5 1-3-4 DNP 4-2-6 10-2-12 4-4-8 2-4-6 1-0-1

Glenn 4-0-4 4-4-8 1-2-3 2-2-4 3-0-3 6-3-9 6-2-8 4-2-6

Shirley 3-1-4 3-1-4 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 3-0-3 0-1-1

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

Thompson 3-0-3 0-3-3 5-2-7 5-2-7 4-4-8 3-2-5 2-3-5 3-3-6

A. Hudson 2-1-3 2-5-7 0-1-1 1-2-3 1-2-3 0-2-2 2-0-2 1-1-2

Tutogi 0-1-1 4-8-12 4-2-6 6-4-10 2-2-4 3-2-5 0-0-0 1-1-2

Fuimaono 2-1-3 2-1-3 3-2-5 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 2-2-4 4-2-6

Shelton 2-0-2 3-7-10 0-1-1 1-2-3 0-2-2 3-0-3 2-0-2 1-0-1

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Rushing Attempts...........................................25, Bishop Sankey at Oregon, 10/6/12; vs. Oregon State, 10/25/12 Yards Rushing.................................................144, Bishop Sankey vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 Long Rush .......................................................61, Bishop Sankey vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 Long Rush (No Score) .....................................31, Erich Wilson II vs. Portland State, 9/15/12 Long Touchdown Rush ...................................61, Bishop Sankey vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 Touchdown Rushes ........................................2, Bishop Sankey, three times Pass Attempts ................................................52, Keith Price at Arizona, 10/20/12 Pass Completions ...........................................29, Keith Price at Arizona, 10/20/12 Yards Passing .................................................256, Keith Price at Arizona, 10/20/12 Touchdown Passes .........................................3, Keith Price vs. Portland State, 9/15/12 Most Pass Interceptions ................................2, Keith Price, three times Long Pass .......................................................40, Keith Price vs. Portland State, 9/15/12 Long TD Pass ..................................................20, Keith Price vs. Portland State, 9/15/12 Receptions......................................................10, Kasen Williams vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 Yards Receiving ..............................................129, Kasen Williams vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 Long Reception...............................................40, Austin Seferian-Jenkins vs. Portland State, 9/15/12 Touchdown Receptions ..................................1, several times Field Goals......................................................2, Travis Coons vs. Oregon State, 10/27/12 Field Goal Attempts .......................................2, Travis Coons, vs. Oregon State, 10/27/12 Long Field Goal...............................................44, Travis Coons vs. Oregon State, 10/27/12 Punts...............................................................9, Travis Coons vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 Punting Average .............................................41.9, Travis Coons vs. Oregon State, 10/27/12 Punting Yards .................................................350, Travis Coons vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 Long Punt........................................................53, Korey Durkee, at LSU, 9/8/12; Travis Coons vs. Stanford, 9/27/12 Punt Returns ...................................................2, Marvin Hall vs. Portland State, 9/15/12; Cody Bruns vs. USC, 10/13/12 Punt Return Yards...........................................32, Cody Bruns vs. USC, 10/13/12 Long Punt Return ............................................27, Cody Bruns vs. USC, 10/13/12 Long Punt Return for TD .................................none Kickoff Returns ...............................................5, Jaydon Mickens at Oregon, 10/6/12 Kickoff Return Yards.......................................127, Jaydon Mickens at Oregon, 10/6/12 Long Kickoff Return, no score ........................37, Marvin Hall vs. Portland State, 9/15/12; at Oregon, 10/6/12 Long Kickoff Return for TD .............................none Interceptions ..................................................1, several times Interception Return Yards ..............................47, Travis Feeney at Arizona, 10/20/12 Long Interception Return, no score ................47, Travis Feeney at Arizona, 10/20/12 Long Interception Return for TD.....................21, Marcus Peters vs. Portland State, 9/15/12 Tackles............................................................12, Thomas Tutogi at LSU, 9/8/12; Travis Feeney & Sean Parker at Oregon, 10/6/12 Sacks ..............................................................1.0, numerous times Tackles for Loss ..............................................2.5, Desmond Trufant vs. San Diego State, 9/1/12

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Rushing Attempts...........................................29, Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona, 10/20/12 Yards Rushing.................................................172, Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona, 10/20/12 Long Rush .......................................................57, Silas Redd, USC, 10/13/12 Long Rush (No Score) .....................................57, Silas Redd, USC, 10/13/12 Long Touchdown Rush ...................................21, Alfred Blue, LSU, 9/8/12 Touchdown Rushes ........................................2, Kenny Hilliard, LSU, 9/8/12 Pass Attempts ................................................37, Josh Nunes, Stanford, 9/27/12 Pass Completions ...........................................18, three times Yards Passing .................................................256, Matt Scott, Arizona, 10/20/12 Touchdown Passes .........................................4, Marcus Mariota, Oregon, 10/6/12; Matt Scott, Arizona, 10/20/12 Most Pass Interceptions ................................4, Sean Mannion, Oregon State, 10/27/12 Long Pass .......................................................70, Kieran McDonagh, Portland State, 9/15/12 Long TD Pass ..................................................70, Kieran McDonagh, Portland State, 9/15/12 Receptions......................................................9, Brandin Cooks, Oregon State, 10/27/12 Yards Receiving ..............................................123, Brandin Cooks, Oregon State, 10/27/12 Long Reception...............................................70, Nevin Lewis, Portland State, 9/15/12 Touchdown Receptions ..................................2, Colt Lyerla, Oregon, 10/6/12 Field Goals......................................................2, Drew Alleman, LSU, 9/8/12; Jordan Williamson, Stanford, 9/27/12 Field Goal Attempts .......................................2, three times Long Field Goal...............................................32, Drew Alleman, LSU, 9/8/12 Punts...............................................................9, Daniel Zychlinski, Stanford, 9/27/12 Punting Average .............................................54.3, Brad Wing, LSU, 9/8/12 Punting Yards .................................................350, Daniel Zychlinski, Stanford, 9/27/12 Long Punt........................................................62, Brad Wing, LSU, 9/8/12 Punt Returns ...................................................2, Odell Beckham, LSU, 9/8/12; Nickell Robey, USC, 10/13/12 Punt Return Yards...........................................63, Richard Morrison, Arizona, 10/20/12 Long Punt Return ............................................63, Richard Morrison, Arizona, 10/20/12 Long Punt Return for TD .................................63, Richard Morrison, Arizona, 10/20/12 Kickoff Returns ...............................................5, Nevin Lewis, Portland State, 9/15/12 Kickoff Return Yards.......................................100, Nevin Lewis, Portland State, 9/15/12 Long Kickoff Return, no score ........................51, Brandon Wright, San Diego State, 9/1/12 Long Kickoff Return for TD .............................none Interceptions ..................................................1, several times Interception Return Yards ..............................43, Avery Patterson, Oregon, 10/6/12; Tra’Mayne Bondurant, Arizona, 10/20/12 Long Interception Return, no score ................43, Tra’Mayne Bondurant, Arizona, 10/20/12 Long Interception Return for TD.....................43, Avery Patterson, Oregon, 10/6/12 Tackles............................................................12, David Edgerson and Ian Sluss, Portland State, 9/15/12 Sacks ..............................................................1.5, three times Tackles for Loss ..............................................3.5, Kiko Alonso, Oregon, 10/6/12

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2 0 1 2 T E A M S ING L E -G A M E H IG H S
First Downs Rushing First Downs Passing First Downs First Downs by Penalty Points Rushing Attempts Rushing Yards Yards Per Rush Rushing Touchdowns Pass Attempts Pass Completions Interceptions Passing Yards Passing Touchdowns Yards Per Completion Total Plays Total Offense Total Offense Yards Per Play Fumbles Fumbles Lost Interceptions By Penalties Penalty Yards Kickoff Returns Kickoff Return Yards Punt Returns Punt Return Yards Tackles for Loss Tackles for Lost Yards Sacks Time of Possession Longest Scoring Drive (Plays) Longest Scoring Drive (Yards) Shortest Scoring Drive (Plays) Shortest Scoring Drive (Yards) 24 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 10 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15; at Oregon, Oct. 6) 14 (at Arizona, Oct. 20) 3 (at LSU, Sept. 8; vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 52 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 49 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 209 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 4.5 (at Oregon, Oct. 6) 3 (at Oregon, Oct. 6) 52 (at Arizona, Oct. 20) 29 (at Arizona, Oct. 20) 2 (three times) 256 (at Arizona, Oct. 20) 3 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 12.9 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 81 (at Arizona, Oct. 20) 429 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 5.8 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 5 (at Oregon, Oct. 6) 3 (at Oregon, Oct. 6) 4 (Oregon State, Oct. 27) 11 (at LSU, Sept. 8) 102 (at Oregon, Oct. 6) 9 (at Oregon, Oct. 6) 216 (at Oregon, Oct. 6) 4 (vs. USC, Oct. 13) 43 (vs. USC, Oct. 13) 7 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 1) 27 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 1) 4 (vs. San Diego State, Sept. 1) 38:38 (vs. Portland State, Sept. 15) 14 plays, 55 yards (at Arizona, Oct. 20) 81 yards, 7 plays (vs. Stanford, Sept. 27) 2 plays, 30 yards (vs. Oregon State, Oct. 27) 3 yards, 3 plays (at Arizona, Oct. 20)

Washington

32 (Oregon, Oct. 6) 18 (Oregon, Oct. 6) 14 (Oregon State, Oct. 27) 5 (Oregon, Oct. 6) 52 (Oregon, Oct. 6; Arizona, Oct. 20) 52 (LSU, Sept. 8; Oregon, Oct. 6) 299 (Oregon, Oct. 6) 5.8 (Oregon, Oct. 6) 4 (LSU, Sept. 8) 45 (Oregon State, Oct. 27) 25 (Oregon State, Oct. 27) 4 (Oregon State, Oct. 27) 318 (Oregon State, Oct. 27) 4 (Oregon, Oct. 6; Arizona, Oct. 20) 18.3 (Arizona, Oct. 20) 76 (Oregon, Oct. 6) 533 (Arizona, Oct. 20) 7.5 (Arizona, Oct. 20) 3 (San Diego State, Sept. 1; Oregon, Oct. 6) 3 (San Diego State, Sept. 1) 2 (three times) 10, (USC, Oct. 13) 75 (Arizona, Oct. 20) 8 (Portland State, Sept. 15) 143 (Portland State, Sept. 15) 3 (LSU, Sept. 8; USC, Oct. 13) 63 (Arizona, Oct. 20) 10 (San Diego State, Sept. 1) 35 (LSU, Sept. 8) 5 (USC, Oct. 13) 33:39 (LSU, Sept. 8) 13 plays, 65 yards (LSU, Sept. 8) 83 yards, 11 plays (Oregon, Oct. 6) 2 plays, 20 yards (Oregon, Oct. 6) 20 yards, 2 plays (Oregon, Oct. 6)

Opponents

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No. 48 70 99 9 38 60 6 7 51 24 19 27 76 46 32 91 11 78 74 12 62 18 46 39 52 41 29 95 69 37 20 26 16 84 72 63 93 80 52 3 11 58 89 67 75 97 94 47 5 42 27 96 77 31 4 10 1 43 82 21 34 55 17 59 36 Name Jonathan Amosa James Atoe Josh Banks Brandon Beaver Dominic Boddie+ Shane Brostek Derrick Brown Cody Bruns David Butler+ Jesse Callier DiAndre Campbell William Chandler Dexter Charles Travis Coons Deontae Cooper Connor Cree Talia Crichton Mike Criste Nathan Dean Travell Dixon Ross Dolbec+ Gregory Ducre Korey Durkee Ken Egu+ Jake Eldrenkamp Travis Feeney Nate Fellner Jarett Finau Cory Fuavai Princeton Fuimaono Justin Glenn Anthony Gobern Marvin Hall Michael Hartvigson Micah Hatchie Taylor Hindy Andrew Hudson Evan Hudson Hau’oli Jamora James Johnson Jamaal Jones Jamaal Kearse Alec Kimble+ Michael Kneip+ Erik Kohler Lawrence Lagafuaina Knight Laird+ Scott Lawyer Jeff Lindquist Cory Littleton Adam Long Santiago Lopez+ Ryan Masel+ Ryan McDaniel Jaydon Mickens Cyler Miles Sean Parker Cooper Pelluer Joshua Perkins Marcus Peters Dezden Petty Sione Potoa’e Keith Price Ben Riva Blake Rodgers Pos. FB OL DT CB TB OL QB WR LS TB WR WR OL PK/P TB DE DE OL OL CB OL CB P S OL S LB DE OL LB S CB WR TE OL OL DE TE DE WR WR LB TE OL OL DT P LB QB LB CB PK LS RB WR QB S FB HB CB TB/FB DT QB OL LB Ht. 5-11 6-6 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-4 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-1 6-6 5-10 6-4 5-10 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-3 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-4 5-10 6-3 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-6 6-1 Wt. 233 335 265 181 193 280 245 183 205 211 198 186 292 205 201 245 264 295 282 190 300 177 222 187 292 209 218 260 310 210 214 189 181 255 293 295 249 262 260 197 188 226 230 299 299 317 190 223 234 230 176 195 216 227 170 223 190 230 216 194 225 271 202 302 220 Yr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. So. So. Sr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. # # # Exp. 1V 1V JC HS HS HS RS 3V SQ 2V 1V 2V RS JC SQ RS 3V SQ HS JC RS 2V HS SQ HS RS 3V RS HS 2V 3V 3V HS 1V 1V HS 1V 1V 1V 3V RS 1V SQ HS 2V 1V RS RS HS HS 2V HS HS HS HS HS 2V SQ RS RS RS 2V 2V 1V HS

NUMERICAL ROSTER
Name Pos. Sean Parker S Kasen Williams WR James Johnson WR Cleveland Wallace CB Jaydon Mickens WR Jeff Lindquist QB James Sample S Derrick Brown QB Desmond Trufant CB Cody Bruns WR Shaq Thompson S Kevin Smith WR Brandon Beaver CB Cyler Miles QB John Timu LB Talia Crichton DE Jamaal Jones WR Travell Dixon CB Dwayne Washington WR Will Shamburger S Taz Stevenson LB Thomas Vincent QB Antavius Sims ATH Marvin Hall WR Keith Price QB Gregory Ducre CB Erik Wilson QB DiAndre Campbell WR Justin Glenn S Erich Wilson II TB Marcus Peters CB Josh Shirley DE Kendyl Taylor WR Jesse Callier TB Bishop Sankey TB Anthony Gobern CB William Chandler WR Adam Long CB Psalm Wooching FB Nate Fellner LB Evan Zeger LB Ryan McDaniel RB Deontae Cooper TB Tre Watson CB Dezden Petty TB/FB Cole Sager TB Darien Washington DB Blake Rodgers LB Princeton Fuimaono LB Dominic Boddie TB Ken Egu S Stetson Shearer LB Travis Feeney S Cory Littleton LB Cooper Pelluer FB Pio Vatuvei DE Corey Waller DE Travis Coons PK/P Korey Durkee P Scott Lawyer LB Jonathan Amosa FB Thomas Tutogi LB David Butler LS Jake Eldrenkamp OL Hau’oli Jamora DE

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Hometown (High School / Last School) No. Seattle, Wash. (Rainier Beach) 1 The Dalles, Ore. (The Dalles-Wahtonka) 2 Stockton, Calif. (St. Mary’s / San Joaquin Delta College) 3 Compton, Calif. (Dominguez) 3 Port Orchard, Wash. (South Kitsap) 4 Kamuela, Hawai’i (Hawai’i Prep) 5 Winchester, Calif. (Vista Murrieta) 5 Prosser, Wash. (Prosser) 6 Liberty Lake, Wash. (Central Valley) 6 Downey, Calif. (Warren) 7 Oakland, Calif. (Oakland Tech) 7 Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline) 8 Camano Island, Wash. (Stanwood) 9 Alta Loma, Calif. (Alta Loma / Mt. San Antonio College) 10 Perris, Calif. (Citrus Hill) 10 Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline) 11 Lakewood, Calif. (Lakewood) 11 Mission Viejo, Calif. (Mission Viejo) 12 Kirkland, Wash. (Juanita) 12 Miami, Fla. (Norland/Eastern Arizona College) 13 Orinda, Calif. (Miramonte) 14 Los Angeles, Calif. (Crenshaw) 14 Gig Harbor, Wash. (Gig Harbor) 15 San Francisco, Calif. (De La Salle) 16 Medina, Wash. (Bellevue) 17 Richmond, Calif. (Pinole Valley) 18 Fresno, Calif. (Clovis West) 18 Kirkland, Wash. (Juanita) 19 Auburn, Wash. (Auburn) 20 Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan) 20 Mukilteo, Wash. (Kamiak) 21 Fair Oaks, Calif. (Del Campo) 22 Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey) 23 Bothell, Wash. (Bothell) 24 Haleiwa, Hawai’i (Waialua) 25 West Hills, Calif. (Chaminade Prep) 26 Redlands, Wash. (Redlands East Valley) 27 Bothell, Wash. (Bothell) 27 Laie, Hawai’i (Kahuku) 28 Valley Center, Calif. (Valley Center) 29 Spanaway, Wash. (Graham-Kapowsin) 30 Lakewood, Wash. (Lakes) 31 Sammamish, Wash. (Eastside Catholic) 32 Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue) 32 Camarillo, Calif. (Oaks Christian) 34 Aiea, Hawai’i (Aiea) 35 Denver, Colo. (Mullen) 35 San Jose, Calif. (Oak Grove) 36 Mercer Island, Wash. (Mercer Island) 37 Spring Valley, Calif. (Mount Miguel) 38 Los Angeles, Calif. (St Bernard) 39 Lynden, Wash. (Lynden) 40 Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Vista) 41 Torrance, Calif. (North) 42 Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey) 43 Centennial, Colo. (Mullen) 44 Los Angeles, Calif. (Narbonne) 45 Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline) 46 Cerritos, Calif. (Gahr) 46 Oakland, Calif. (McClymonds) 47 Carson, Calif. (Gardena) 48 Fort Lewis, Wash. (Lakes) 50 Compton, Calif. (St. John Bosco) 51 Seattle, Wash. (O’Dea) 52 Coto de Caza, Calif. (Tesoro) 52

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No. 35 5 25 73 57 88 13 40 71 22 15 8 14 64 23 61 7 10 98 6 65 90 66 50 44 14 3 45 35 12 32 2 20 18 28 30
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Name Pos. Cole Sager TB James Sample S Bishop Sankey TB Drew Schaefer C Drew Schultz+ DL Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Will Shamburger S Stetson Shearer+ LB Danny Shelton DT Josh Shirley DE Antavius Sims ATH Kevin Smith WR Taz Stevenson LB Colin Tanigawa OL Kendyl Taylor WR Ben Teichman+ OL Shaq Thompson S John Timu LB Semisi Tokolahi DT Desmond Trufant CB Siosifa Tufunga OL Taniela Tupou DL Damion Turpin DT Thomas Tutogi LB Pio Vatuvei DE Thomas Vincent+ QB Cleveland Wallace CB Corey Waller DE Darien Washington DB Dwayne Washington WR Tre Watson+ CB Kasen Williams WR Erich Wilson II TB Erik Wilson+ QB Psalm Wooching FB Evan Zeger LB

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

Wt. 218 206 200 294 254 266 185 219 317 230 199 213 215 281 200 274 225 231 340 186 307 272 256 242 281 201 165 221 162 205 183 216 188 194 219 223

Yr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

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Hometown (High School / Last School) No. Burlington, Wash. (Burlington-Edison) 55 Sacramento, Calif. (Grant) 57 Spokane, Wash. (Gonzaga Prep) 58 Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake) 59 Olympia, Wash. (Olympia) 60 Fox Island, Wash. (Gig Harbor) 61 Compton, Calif. (St. John Bosco) 62 Burlington, Wash. (Burlington-Edison/Central Wash.) 63 Auburn, Wash. (Auburn) 64 Fontana, Calif. (Kaiser) 65 Americus, Ga. (Americus-Sumter/Ventura College) 66 Compton, Calif. (Centennial) 67 Mililani, Hawai’i (Mililani) 69 Pasadena, Calif. (Loyola) 70 Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton) 71 Danville, Calif. (San Ramon Valley) 72 Sacramento, Calif. (Grant) 73 Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan) 74 Hilo, Hawai’i (Hilo) 75 Tacoma, Wash. (Wilson) 76 Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan) 77 Marysville, Wash. (Archbishop Murphy) 78 Compton, Calif. (Dominguez) 80 Chula Vista, Calif. (Chula Vista/Southwestern JC) 82 Patterson, Calif. (Patterson) 84 Seattle, Wash. (King’s) 88 San Jose, Calif. (Oak Grove) 89 Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Poly) 90 Norwalk, Calif. (Orange Lutheran) 91 Lakewood, Calif. (Gahr) 93 Seattle, Wash. (Kennedy/Central Washington Univ.) 94 Sammamish, Wash. (Skyline) 95 East Palo Alto, Calif. (Serra) 96 Redondo Beach, Calif. (Redondo Union) 97 Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i (Kealakehe) 98 Henderson, Nev. (Bishop Gorman) 99

Name Pos. Sione Potoa’e DT Drew Schultz DL Jamaal Kearse LB Ben Riva OL Shane Brostek OL Ben Teichman OL Ross Dolbec OL Taylor Hindy OL Colin Tanigawa OL Siosifa Tufunga OL Damion Turpin DT Michael Kneip OL Cory Fuavai OL James Atoe OL Danny Shelton DT Micah Hatchie OL Drew Schaefer C Nathan Dean OL Erik Kohler OL Dexter Charles OL Ryan Masel LS Mike Criste OL Evan Hudson TE Joshua Perkins HB Michael Hartvigson TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Alec Kimble TE Taniela Tupou DL Connor Cree DE Andrew Hudson DE Knight Laird P Jarett Finau DE Santiago Lopez PK Lawrence Lagafuaina DT Semisi Tokolahi DT Josh Banks DT

# has utilized a redshirt season

Coaches: Steve Sarkisian (head coach), Eric Kiesau (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks), Justin Wilcox (defensive coordinator), Dan Cozzetto (offensive line/run game coordinator), Jimmie Dougherty (passing game coordinator/wide receivers), Keith Heyward (defensive backs), Tosh Lupoi (defensive line/defensive run game coordinator), Johnny Nansen (assistant head coach/special teams coordinator/recruiting coordinator), Peter Sirmon (linebackers), Joel Thomas (running backs/associate head coach offense), Jordan Paopao (graduate assistant), Donte Williams (graduate assistant), Andrew Rolin (graduate assistant), Eric Guttorp (graduate assistant).

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
James Atoe Jesse Callier Deontae Cooper Talia Crichton Mike Criste Gregory Ducre Ken Egu Jarett Finau Princeton Fuimaono Michael Hartvigson Hau’oli Jamora ah-TOE-ee CAL-ee-ur dee-AWN-tay tuh-LEE-uh CRY-tun crist (rhymes with wrist) doo-CRAY EE-goo fin-OW FOO-ee-mah-OH-no HART-vig-sun ha-OH-lee juh-MORE-uh Jamaal Kearse kurse Erik Kohler KO-lurr Lawrence Lagafuaina LONG-uh-foo-ah-EE-nuh Jaydon Mickens JAY-don Cyler Miles SIGH-ler Cooper Pelluer puh-LURE Dezden Petty DEZ-den Sione Potoa’e see-OH-nee po-TOE-ah-ee A. Seferian-Jenkins suh-FAIR-ee-un John Timu TEE-moo Semisi Tokolahi suh-MEE-see toe-coe-LAH-hee Desmond Trufant Siosifa Tufunga Taniela Tupou Thomas Tutogi Pio Vatuvei Kasen Williams Psalm Wooching Evan Zeger Coaches: Eric Kiesau Tosh Lupoi Steve Sarkisian true-FONT see-oh-SEE-fuh too-FOON-guh tawn-ee-AY-luh too-POE too-TOE-ghee PEE-oh VAH-too-vay rhymes with Jason salm WOO-ching ZAY-gurr KEY-saw loo-POY sahr-KEE-zhun

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