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UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

2015 BOWL GAME GUIDE


w w w . g o h u s k i e s . c o m/bow lcen t r al

Contacts: Jeff Bechthold & Brian Tom

2015 Husky Schedule / results


Sept. 4
Sept. 12
Sept. 19
Sept. 26
Oct. 8
Oct. 17
Oct. 24
Oct. 31
Nov. 7
Nov. 14
Nov. 21
Nov. 27
Dec. 26

at #23 Boise State (ESPN)


L, 16-13
SACRAMENTO ST. (Pac-12)
W, 49-0
UTAH STATE (Pac-12)
W, 31-17
CALIFORNIA* (Pac-12)
L, 30-24
at #17 USC* (ESPN)
W, 17-12
OREGON* (ESPN2)
L, 26-20
at #10 Stanford* (ESPN)
L, 31-14
ARIZONA* (FOX Sports 1)
W, 49-3
#13 UTAH* (FOX)
L, 34-23
at Arizona State* (Pac-12)
L, 27-17
at Oregon State* (Pac-12)
W, 52-7
#20 Washington State* (FOX) W, 45-10
vs. Southern Miss (ESPN) 11:20 a.m. PT
rankings are AP at time of game

2015 PAC-12 STANDINGS


NORTH
Pac-12 Overall
1. Stanford
8-1 11-2
2. Oregon
7-2
9-3

3. Washington State 6-3
8-4
4. California
4-5
7-5
Washington
4-5
6-6

6. Oregon State
0-9
2-10

SOUTH
Pac-12 Overall
1. USC
6-3
8-5
Utah
6-3
9-3
3. UCLA
5-4
8-4

4. Arizona State
4-5
6-6
5. Arizona
3-6
6-6
6. Colorado
1-8
4-9

2015-16 PAC-12 BOWL SCHEDULE


New Mexico: Arizona vs. New Mexico, Dec. 19
Vegas: Utah vs. BYU, Dec. 19
Sun: Washington State vs. Miami (Fla.), Dec. 26
Heart of Dallas: UW vs.Southern Miss, Dec. 26
Foster Farms: UCLA vs. Nebraska, Dec. 26
Armed Forces: California vs. Air Force, Dec. 29
Holiday: USC vs. Wisconsin, Dec. 30
Rose: Stanford vs. Iowa, Jan. 1
Alamo: Oregon vs. TCU, Jan. 2
Cactus: Arizona State vs. West Virginia, Jan. 2

email: bechtold@uw.edu & briantom@uw.edu

WA S H I N G T O N v s . S O U T H E R N M I S S
UW To Take On Golden Eagles At Zaxbys Heart of Dallas Bowl
The Game: The Washington football team (6-6 overall, 4-5 Pac-12) heads to the Zaxbys Heart
of Dallas Bowl to take on Southern Miss (9-4 overall, 7-2 Conference USA) on Dec. 26 at the Cotton Bowl stadium. The game will be the first meeting between the two schools and the first time
that either team has played in the historic stadium. The Huskies will be making their sixth straight
bowl appearance (to six different bowls in that span), the third longest active bowl streak in the
Pac-12 Conference. Kickoff is 11:20 a.m. PT/1:20 p.m. CT and the game will air on ESPN television.
Huskies Bowl History: Washington will be making its 36th bowl game appearance in
Dallas. The Huskies enter the game with a 17-17-1 overall record in bowl games, dating back to the
1924 Rose Bowl, where the UW tied Navy, 14-14. This game vs. Southern Miss marks the Huskies
first trip to the Zaxbys Heart of Dallas Bowl. Heres a rundown of the UWs all-time bowl results:
1924
1926
1937
1938
1944
1960
1961
1964
1978
1979
1981
1982
1982
1983
1985
1985
1986
1987

Rose
Navy
Rose
Alabama
Rose
Pittsburgh
Pineapple
Hawaii
Rose
USC
Rose
Wisconsin
Rose
Minnesota
Rose
Illinois
Rose
Michigan
Sun
Texas
Rose
Michigan
Rose
Iowa
Aloha
Maryland
Aloha
Penn State
Orange
Oklahoma
Freedom
Colorado
Sun
Alabama
Independence Tulane

T, 14-14
L, 19-20
L, 0-21
W, 53-13
L, 0-29
W, 44-8
W, 17-7
L, 7-17
W, 27-20
W, 14-7
L, 6-23
W, 28-0
W, 21-20
L, 10-13
W, 28-17
W, 20-17
L, 6-28
W, 24-12

1989
1991
1992
1993
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2001
2001
2002
2010
2011
2012
2013
2015

Freedom
Rose
Rose
Rose
Sun
Holiday
Aloha
Oahu
Holiday
Rose
Holiday
Sun
Holiday
Alamo
Las Vegas
Fight Hunger
Cactus

Florida
Iowa
Michigan
Michigan
Iowa
Colorado
Michigan St.
Air Force
Kansas St.
Purdue
Texas
Purdue
Nebraska
Baylor
Boise State
BYU
Oklahoma St.

W, 34-7
W, 46-34
W, 34-14
L, 31-38
L, 18-38
L, 21-33
W, 51-23
L, 25-45
L, 20-24
W, 34-24
L, 43-47
L, 24-34
W, 19-7
L, 56-67
L, 26-28
W, 31-16
L, 22-30

Television: The Zaxbys Heart of Dallas Bowl will air nationally on ESPN television, with Mike
Corey, Ahmad Brooks and Kayce Smith providing the commentary. You can also watch the game
online at espn.com and via the Watch ESPN mobile app.
RADIO: The Washington IMG College Network, with its flagship station KOMO AM-1000 and
FM-97.7, 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.

2015 ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL


UW BOWL GUIDE Table of Contents
UW Bowl Game Records............................page 5
2015 Husky Roster.................................pages 6-7
Depth Chart.................................................page 8
Varsity Player Bio Updates...................pages 9-28
Coaching Staff...................................pages 29-30
2015 Husky Season Statistics...........pages 31-47

2015 Husky Game Recaps.................pages 48-71


UW Team Records..............................pages 72-83
UW Individual Records....................pages 84-128
UW Opponent Records..................pages 129-140
UW Year-by-Year Stats..................pages 141-144
UW History.....................................pages 145-198

Washington vs. SOUTHERN MISS ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL DEC. 26, 2015 11:20 A.m. PT (ESPN)
THE HEAD COACH: Chris Petersen, who has built a reputation as an offensive innovator who carried the Boise State football program to its highest
highs, was finally swayed to take on a new challenge when he agreed to
become head coach of the Huskies in December of 2013. In his first season
at Washington, Petersen led the Huskies to an 8-6 record and a berth in the
TicketCity Cactus Bowl. He became the fastest active FBS coach to reach 100
career victories doing so in 117 games and tied with Knute Rockne for
fifth fastest all-time after a win over cross-state rival Washington State in the
Apple Cup. Petersens Built for Life coaching philosophy has been embraced
on and off the field by the Huskies in less than a year. Not only did Washington produce three first-team and seven honorable mention All-Pac-12 players,
but a combined five players earned first or second team Academic All-Pac-12
recognition, including Danny Shelton who was named First-Team Academic
All-American a first for Washington since 1991. Petersen, 50, the only
two-time winner of the Paul Bear Bryant Award (2006 and 2009), compiled
an exceptional 92-12 record in his eight seasons as Boise State head coach
(2006-2013), including two unbeaten seasons (13-0 in 2006 and 14-0 in 2009)
and two BCS bowl berths. He won five conference titles and posted a 57-6
record in conference play. Petersen, who also won the Bobby Dodd Coach of
the Year Award in 2010, led the Broncos to 10 or more wins in seven of his
eight seasons and to 12 or more in four straight (2008-11). In 2006, Petersens
first season in charge in Boise, he led the Broncos to their first undefeated
season since 1958, when the school was a junior college. The 2006 season
was capped by a 43-42 overtime win over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl, a
game remembered by many as one of the greatest in bowl-game history. That
Boise team ended the year ranked No. 5 in the final Associated Press top 25
poll. The following season, the Broncos went 10-3 and finished out of the
polls for what would be the only time in Petersens first seven seasons. The
2008 squad went 12-1 and ranked No. 11 in the final top 25, finishing the
regular season undefeated. In 2009, Petersen led the Broncos to their second
undefeated campaign and another Fiesta Bowl berth. Boise State beat TCU,
17-10, in Arizona, becoming the first team from a non-BCS conference ever
to win two BCS bowl games. The 09 Broncos checked in at No. 4 in the final
AP poll. The 2010 season ended with a 12-1 record, a No. 9 final ranking
and a win in the Las Vegas Bowl, the first of three straight trips to Vegas for
Boise State. In 2011, BSU once again went 12-1, finishing with a No. 8 final
ranking. Last season, Petersens team went 11-2 and beat Washington in the
Las Vegas Bowl, good for a No. 18 final ranking. In 2013, Boise State, which
faced Washington in the first game at the newly renovated Husky Stadium,
finished the regular season with an 8-4 record (Petersen came to the UW prior
to the Broncos bowl game). Throughout his teams unmatched on-field success, Petersen also saw his Broncos succeed in the classroom. In 2011, Boise
State was the only school to finish in the top 10 in both major polls and also
receive a Public Recognition Award from the NCAA for finishing in the top 10
percent of the Academic Progress Rate (APR), the second of three straight
such awards for the program. Boise States APR was second in the nation
in 2011 and 2012 and Petersen was recognized in 2012 for having the best
APR for the two previous years among all FBS coaches. Known for his work
with quarterbacks, Petersen tutored Ryan Dinwiddie, Jared Zabransky and
Kellen Moore at Boise State. Moore set an NCAA record with 50 career wins
as a starting QB while winning three conference player of the year awards.
Moore was the only player ever to record four 3,000-yard seasons in both
passing and total offense. His 142 passing touchdowns were second-most
in NCAA history while his 14,667 career passing yards were fifth-most. He
twice led the nation in passing efficiency and set an NCAA record for season
interception percentage, throwing just three in 431 attempts in 2009. During
his eight seasons seasons, 51 Broncos earned all-conference honors. Before
taking over as head coach at Boise State, Petersen served as the Broncos
offensive coordinator from 2001-05. Petersen began his coaching career in
1987 as freshman coach at his alma mater, UC Davis. In 1989, he became the
Aggies varsity wide receivers coach. In 1992, Petersen moved to Pittsburgh,
where he was quarterbacks coach. In 1993, he moved back west to take over

BOWL GAME RESOURCES

ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL INFO: The Zaxbys Heart of Dallas Bowl will
be played at the historic Cotton Bowl Stadium. The Cotton Bowl itself will also serve
as the press headquarters leading up to the game. The headquarters, located on the
sixth level (elevator near Gate on the west side) opens Dec. 22. The bowls website
is: www.theheartofdallasbowl.com.
MEDIA HOTEL: The SpringHill Suites Dallas Downtown/West End (1907 N. Lamar St.,
Dallas TX 75202, 214/999-0500) will serve as the host hotel. The hotel is southeast
from both Love Field (6.7 miles) and D/FW International Airport (18 miles). The SpringHill
Suites Dallas Downtown/West End is located approximately 3.4 miles west from the
Cotton Bowl Stadium (15-20 minutes via Canton or Commerce Streets), which is located
on the grounds of State Fair Park (3750 The Midway, Dallas, TX 75215). Please note
there will be not a media center and/or hospitality at the SpringHill Suites. There will
be no automobile or bus transportation available from the hotel to Cotton Bowl Stadium.
HUSKY SPORTS NETWORK: The following stations make up the 17-station Husky
Sports Network, covering three states:
WASHINGTON:
Seattle (flagship)
KOMO

KOMO
Aberdeen
KWOK
Bellingham
KPUG
Centralia
KELA
Kelso/Longview
KLOG
Mt. Vernon
KBRC
Mt. Vernon
KRBC
Moses Lake
KWIQ
Omak
KOMW

1000 AM
97.7 FM
1490 AM
1170 AM
1430 AM
1490 AM
1430 AM
102.1 FM
1020 AM
680 AM

Port Angeles/Sequim
Spokane
Tacoma
Walla Walla
Wenatchee
Yakima
OREGON:
Portland
Alaska:
Juneau

KONP
KOOL
KOMO
KUJ
KKRT
KUTI

1450 AM
107.1 AM
1000 AM
1420 AM
900 AM
1460 AM

KUIK

1360 AM

KJNO

630 AM

a QBs coach at Portland State, helping the Vikings to Division II playoff berths
in each of his two seasons. In 1995, he took a job at Oregon as receivers coach
under Mike Bellotti, a position he held before moving to Boise as coordinator
in 2001. Born in Yuba City, Calif., on Oct. 13, 1964, Petersen graduated from
Yuba City High in 1983 and went on to play QB at Sacramento City College.
From there, he transferred to UC Davis, earning a degree in psychology in
1988. He later earned a masters in educational psychology from Davis. At Davis, he set numerous school records, including the season mark for efficiency,
completions, percentage, TD passes and total offense as well as the career
mark for completion percentage. He still remains in the top 10 in Aggies history in numerous season and career categories and his season and career
completion percentage records still stand. In 1986, Petersen was named the
Northern California Athletic Conference Player of the Year and earned UC
Davis Colby E. Slater Award as the schools Male Athlete of the Year. He was
also a captain and won the teams Jerry Norris Award (Most Valuable and
Inspirational) and was inducted into the Cal Aggie Athletic Hall of Fame in
1997. Petersen and his wife, Barbara, have two sons, Jack and Sam.
Petersens Head Coaching Career:

Year
School
2006
Boise State
2007
Boise State
2008
Boise State
2009
Boise State
2010
Boise State
2011
Boise State
2012
Boise State
2013
Boise State
2014
Washington
2015
Washington
Total

Overall Conference Bowl


Final AP Rank
13-0
8-0 (1st)
Fiesta (W)
No. 5
10-3
7-1 (2nd)
Hawaii (L)
12-1
8-0 (1st)
Poinsettia (L)
No. 11
14-0
8-0 (1st)
Fiesta (W)
No. 4
12-1
7-1 (t-1st)
Las Vegas (W)
No. 9
12-1
6-1 (2nd)
Las Vegas (W)
No. 8
11-2
7-1 (t-1st)
Las Vegas (W)
No. 18
8-4
6-2 (2nd)
Hawaii*
8-6
4-5 (3rd-N) Cactus (L)
6-6
4-5
Heart of Dallas
106-24 65-16
* did not coach in 2013 Hawaii Bowl

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2015 ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

Washington vs. SOUTHERN MISS ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL DEC. 26, 2015 11:20 A.m. PT (ESPN)
100 WINS: With last years victory over Washington State in the Apple
Cup, UW head coach Chris Petersen reached his 100th career victory. At
the time, it put his record at 100-17, meaning that it took him 117 career
games to reach his 100th victory. Only four coaches in major college history did it faster:
Gil Dobie (N. Dakota St., UW, Navy, Cornell): 108 games
George Woodruff (Penn): 109 games
Bud Wilkinson (Oklahoma): 111 games
Fielding Yost (Neb., Kansas, Stanford, San Jose St., Michigan): 114 games
Chris Petersen (Boise State, Washington): 117 games
Knute Rockne (Notre Dame): 117 games
Additionally, Petersens 117 games were fewer than any ACTIVE FBS
coach required to make it to 100 victories. Here are the top five:
Chris Petersen: 117 games
Urban Meyer: 118 games
Bob Stoops: 122 games
Gary Patterson: 128 games
Steve Spurrier: 129 games
PETERSEN TOPS LIST: The 2015 NCAA record book lists the top active
FBS coaches in terms of winning percentage (minimum five years at FBS)
and the Huskies own Chris Petersen tops this list. Here are the top 10 FBS
coaches by career winning percentage, at the start of the 2015 season:
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name, School
W L T Pct.
Chris Petersen, Washington.................. 100 18 0 .847
Urban Meyer, Ohio State....................... 142 26 0 .845
Jimbo Fisher, Florida State...................... 58 11 0 .841
Bob Stoops, Oklahoma.......................... 168 44 0 .792
Nick Saban, Alabama............................ 177 59 1 .749
Gary Patterson, TCU.............................. 132 45 0 .746
Mark Richt, Georgia.............................. 136 48 0 .739
Brian Kelly, Notre Dame........................ 216 77 2 .736
Bobby Petrino, Louisville......................... 92 34 0 .730
Steve Spurrier, South Carolina ............. 226 85 2 .725

PETERSENS FIRST FIVE: The NCAA Record Book also notes that Petersen won more games in his first season as a head coach (13-0 in 2006)
than any coach in history and that his record over his first five seasons as
a head coach (61-5) was fifth-best in history, ahead of the likes of Knute
Rockne and Bud Wilkinson and behind coaching legends like Gil Dobie
and Walter Camp. Here are the 10-best coaching performances over the
first five years of a career:
Coach, Team(s)
Seasons
Gil Dobie, North Dakota St., Washington............1906-10
Walter Camp, Yale, Stanford...............................1888-92
George Woodruff, Penn.......................................1892-96
Bob Neyland, Tennessee......................................1926-30
Chris Petersen, Boise State.................................2006-10
Knute Rockne, Notre Dame.................................1918-22
Barry Switzer, Oklahoma......................................1973-77
Elmer Henderson, Southern California................1919-23
Bud Wilkinson, Oklahoma....................................1947-51
Henry Williams, Army, Minnesota.............1891, 1900-03

W L T Pct.
26 0 1
.981
69 2 2
.959
67 5 0
.931
43 2 3
.927
61 5 0
.924
39 3 3
.900
51 5 2
.896
36 5 0
.878
46 6 1
.877
47 4 6
.877

PETERSEN VS. SOUTHERN MISS: While the UW has never faced


Southern Miss on the football field, Husky head coach Chris Petersen has.
In fact, when Petersen was in charge at Boise State, his Broncos took on
the Golden Eagles four times in a seven-year span, with Boise winning all
four. Notably, none of those games were played against a Todd Monkencoached USM squad. Here are the scores of those four games:
Sept. 27, 2007 (at Boise): Boise State 38, Southern Miss 16
Oct. 11, 2008 (at Hattiesburg): Boise State 24, Southern Miss 7
Oct. 6, 2012 (at Hattiesburg): Boise State 40, Southern Miss 14
Sept. 28, 2013 (at Boise): Boise State 60, Southern Miss 7
TEXAS TIES: Not surprisingly given the distance between the two universities, Southern Miss and Washington dont really have any ties to one
another in terms of the coaching staff and players. Washington has no
players from the south (assuming you dont count Texas or Maryland as The
South) and USM has just one player on its roster from anywhere near the
Pac-12 footprint: long snapper Cody Block (Glendale, Ariz./Mountain Ridge
HS/Glendale CC). In reference to the Heart of Dallas Bowl, the UW does
have current, as well as historic, ties to the state of Texas. Most obviously,
the Huskies have two Texans (both from the Dallas area) on the current
roster: defensive back Trevor Walker (Arlington/Mansfield Timberview) and
tailback Gavin McDaniel (Coppell). Washington has played in four bowl
games in the state of Texas: the 1986, 1995 and 2002 Sun Bowls and the
2011 Alamo Bowl. George Fleming, a member of both the Rose Bowl and
Husky Halls of Fame, came to Seattle from Dallas Booker T. Washington
High School. After playing professionally, Fleming went on to a lengthy
career in the Washington state senate. Other notable, former Huskies from
the state of Texas: LB Victor Aiyewa (Fresno), K Brandy Browlee (Garland),
FB Junior Coffey (Dimmitt), WR Fred Coleman (Tyler), CB William Doctor (El
Paso), TB Willis Ray Mackey (Luling), TE Kevin Ware (Spring). The Huskies
also have had a number of notables play professionally in for the Dallas
Cowboys, including TE Eric Bjornson (1995-99), OT Kevin Gogan (1987-93),
QB Don Heinrich (1960), CB Ray Horton (1989-92), OG Jake Kupp (1964-65),
OT John Meyers (1962-63), QB Hugh Millen (1993), S Tony Parrish (2007), QB
Steve Pelluer (1984-88), LB Caesar Rayford (2013), and WR Isaiah Stanback
(2007-08). Thats not to mention numerous Huskies who have played for
either the Oilers and Texans in Houston, including Warren Moon, Chris
Chandler, Mark Bruener and Chris Polk, among others.
UW vs. CONFERENCE USA: As noted earlier, the Zaxbys Heart of Dallas
Bowl will mark the first-ever meeting between Washington and Southern
Miss. Remarkably, it will be just the third game ever between the Huskies
and the 12 current members of Conference USA. The only other games
featuring Washington and current C-USA teams came in 1968, when Jim
Owens Dawgs tied Rice, 35-35, in the season-opener in Seattle; and in
another season & home opener, when the No. 2-ranked Dawgs blanked
UTEP, 55-0, in 1982.
DEFENSE: UW enters the bowl season ranked atop the Pac-12 in scoring
defense (17.8 points per game, three full points ahead of No. 2 Stanford),
total defense (349.9) and red-zone defense (77.8 percent). During the 2015
season, the UW did not allow more than 34 points to any opponent and
held seven to 17 or fewer. Opponents have scored touchdowns on just
15 of 36 attempts from inside the red zone (41.7) percent), the best such
percentage in the Pac-12. Washington is also second in both pass defense
and pass efficiency defense and third in rushing defense.

Washington vs. SOUTHERN MISS ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL DEC. 26, 2015 11:20 A.m. PT (ESPN)

TEAM NOTES
SCORING & TOTAL DEFENSE: Washington enters bowl-game season
as the Pac-12 leader in both scoring defense and total defense. Remarkably, in only one of 12 games during the season did a UW opponent post
a score higher than its season average OR record more yards in total offense than its season average. In 22 of 24 other occasions, Husky foes
scored below their season-ending average, including eight who were
double-digits shy; and/or fell short of their total offense average, including seven of 12 by 100 or more yards. Heres a game-by-game breakdown:

Scoring Pts. vs. Pts. Yards Yds. vs. Yds.

Avg.
UW
Diff.
Avg.
UW
Diff.
Boise St................. 37.8 16 -21.8 488.6 337 -151.6
Sacramento St....... 19.6
0 -19.6 360.5 212 -148.5
Utah St................... 29.7 17 -12.7 370.8 254 -166.8
California............... 36.5
30
-6.5
524.4
481
-43.4
USC........................ 36.0 12 -24.0 449.6 346 -103.6
Oregon................... 43.2 26 -17.2 548.2 442 -106.2
Stanford................. 36.9 31 -5.9 436.0 478 +42.0
Arizona................... 36.8
3 -33.8 494.2 330 -164.2
Utah....................... 30.2 34 +3.8 376.8 346 -30.8
Arizona St.............. 34.0 27 -7.0 473.9 379 -76.9
Oregon St............... 19.0 7 -12.0 336.8 257 -79.8
Washington St....... 32.4 10 -22.4 476.9 319 -157.9
BOWL STREAK: Washington has earned its sixth straight bowl game
berth in 2015. That six-year streak, which remarkably enough started just
one season removed from 0-12 in 2008, is the third longest active bowlberth streak in the Pac-12 Conference. Among the Pac-12 teams, only Oregon (11 seasons) and Stanford (7) can boast longer active streaks.
CAPTAINS: Washington elected six captains for the season, all seniors:
TB Deontae Cooper, OLB Travis Feeney, QB Jeff Lindquist, WR Jaydon
Mickens, OL Siosifa Tufunga, DL Taniela Tupou. The UW also utilized one
game captain for each weeks contest. Heres a list of game-by-game captains from the 2015 season:





Boise State: Cory Littleton


Utah State: Joshua Perkins
USC: Keishawn Bierria
Stanford: Elijah Qualls
Utah: none
Oregon State: Brian Clay

Sacramento State: Brian Clay


California: Kevin King
Oregon: Coleman Shelton
Arizona: Budda Baker
Arizona State: Sidney Jones
WSU: Darrell Daniels & Darren Gardenhire

THE 100-YARD FACTOR: Since the 1947 season, Washington is 198-653 (.750) when a Husky player rushes for 100 yards in a game. The Huskies
were 4-2 in such games last season, and went 4-4 in 2015.
HISTORY LESSON: Successfully rushing the football and winning go
hand-in-hand for the Huskies. Since 1990, UW has rushed for 200 yards
in a game 99 times. The Huskies record stands at 82-16-1 (.833) in those
contests. Since 1995, UW is 57-13-1 (.810) when rushing for 200 yards.

UW TOP-10 LISTS WATCH: A number of UW players have either entered,


or are very close to entering various season and career top-10 lists as the
Huskies enter the Heart of Dallas Bowl. Here is a look at some of them:
Single-Season Rushing
1. Bishop Sankey (2013)
2. Corey Dillon (1996)
3. Chris Polk (2011)
4. Bishop Sankey (2012)
5. Chris Polk (2010)
6. Greg Lewis (1990)
7. Napoleon Kaufman (1994)
8. Napoleon Kaufman (1993)
9. Louis Rankin (2007)
10. Greg Lewis (1989)
11. Myles Gaskin (2015)

Car. Yards Avg.


327 1,870
5.7
301 1,695
5.6
293 1,488
5.1
289 1,439
5.0
260 1,415
5.4
248 1,407 5.7
255 1,390
5.5
226 1,299
5.7
233 1,294
5.6
266 1,197
4.5
201 1,121
5.6

Single-Season Passing Yards


1. Cody Pickett (2002)
2. Keith Price (2011)
3. Cody Pickett (2003)
4. Keith Price (2013)
5. Jake Locker (2009)
6. Cary Conklin (1989)
7. Keith Price (2012)
8. Cody Pickett (2001)
9. Jake Browning (2015)
10. Damon Huard (1995)

PA
612
362
454
352
394
404
432
355
334
313

Career Receptions
1. Reggie Williams (2001-03)
2. Jaydon Mickens (2012-15)
3. Jermaine Kearse (2008-11)
4. Kasen Williams (2011-14)
5. Paul Skansi (1979-82)

PC
365
242
257
233
230
229
263
196
210
198

Rec. Yds.
243 3,598
195 2,092
180 2,871
162 1,915
161 1,992

PCT
.596
.669
.566
.662
.584
.567
.609
.552
.629
.633

TD
28
33
15
21
21
18
19
12
16
13

YDS
4,458
3,063
3,043
2,966
2,800
2,786
2,726
2,696
2,671
2,609

Avg. TD
14.8 22
10.7 12
15.9 29
11.8 15
12.4 15

Career Receiving Yards


Rec. Yds. Avg. TD
1. Reggie Williams (2001-03)
243 3,598 14.8 22
2. Jermaine Kearse (2008-11)
180 2,871 15.9 29
3. Mario Bailey (1988-91)
141 2,306 16.4 30
4. Jerome Pathon (1995-97)
138 2,275 16.5 17
5. Jaydon Mickens (2012-15) 195 2,092 10.7 12

Career Receptions by a TE
No.
1. A. Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13) 146
2. Mark Bruener (1991-94)
95
3. Jerramy Stevens (1999-01)
88
4. Rod Jones (1984-86)
81
5. John Brady (1970-72)
67
6. Joshua Perkins (2012-15)
63
7. David Williams (1964-66)
62
8. David Bayle (1979-80)
59
9. Aaron Pierce (1988-91)
58
10. Bill Ames (1987-89)
57

Career Receiving Yards by a TE Yds.


1. A. Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13) 1,838
2. Dave Williams (1964-66)
1,133
3. Jerramy Stevens (1999-2001) 1,113
4. Mark Bruener (1991-94)
1,102
5. John Brady (1970-72)
1,040
6. Joshua Perkins (2012-15)
842
7. Cameron Cleeland (1994-97)
824
8. Ernie Conwell (1992-95)
802
9. Scott Greenwood (1976-78)
753
10. Rod Jones (1984-86)
743

Career Punting Average


1. Kiel Rasp (2010-11)
2. Sean Douglas (2003-06)
3. Korey Durkee (2012-15)
4. Skip Boyd (1972-74)
5. Jeff Partridge (1981-82)
6. Dean McAdams (1938-40)
7. Travis Coons (2012-13)
8. Channing Wyles (1988-90)
Jared Ballman (2007-08)
10. Derek McLaughlin (2001-02)

Season Punt Return Avg. (1.2 ret/g) Avg.


1. Dante Pettis (2015)
16.9
2. Bill Cahill (1971)
16.2
3. Beno Bryant (1990)
15.6
4. Steve Bramwell (1965)
15.0
5. Luther Carr (1956)
14.9
6. Ray Horton (1980)
14.5
7. Ernie Steele (1941)
14.5
8. Charles Frederick (2001)
14.4
9. Ernie Steele (1940)
14.2
10. Napoleon Kaufman (1992) 14.2

Avg.
44.4
42.8
41.8
41.2
41.1
40.6
40.1
39.7
39.7
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UW Bowl Game Individual Records


Rushing Records

Defense

Passing Records

UW Bowl Game Team Records

Most Rushing Attempts: 34, Chris Polk vs. Nebraska (2010 Holiday Bowl)
Most Yards Rushing: 205, Bishop Sankey vs. Boise State (2013 Las Vegas Bowl)
Most Rushing Yards Per Attempt (Min. 10 att.): 9.3, George Wilson (15 for 139) vs.

Alabama (1926 Rose Bowl)
Longest TD Run: 64 yards, Mike Reed vs. Michigan State (1997 Aloha Bowl)
Longest Run, No Score: 50 yards, Rich Alexis vs. Purdue (2001 Rose Bowl)
Most Rushing TDs: 3, Keith Price vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)

Most Passes Attempted: 54, Cody Pickett vs. Purdue (2002 Sun Bowl); vs.

Texas (2001 Holiday Bowl)
Most Passes Completed: 33, Tim Cowan vs. Maryland (1982 Aloha Bowl)
Most Yards Passing: 438, Keith Price vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)
Highest Completion Pct. (Min. 10 att.): 77.3, Keith Price (17 of 22)

vs. BYU (2013 Fight Hunger Bowl)
Highest Completion Pct. (Min. 30 att.): 71.8, Brock Huard (23 of 32) vs. Air

Force (1998 Oahu Bowl)
Most Yards per Completion: 19.0, Keith Price (23 for 438) vs. Baylor

(2011 Alamo Bowl)
Most Pass Interceptions: 3, Brock Huard vs. Air Force (1998 Oahu Bowl)

3, Paul Sicuro vs. Oklahoma (1985 Orange Bowl)

3, Bill Siler vs. Illinois (1964 Rose Bowl)

3, Chris Chandler vs. Tulane (1987 Ind. Bowl)
Touchdown Passes: 4, Keith Price vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)
Longest TD Pass: 80 yards, Keith Price to Jermaine Kearse vs. Baylor (2011

Alamo Bowl)
Longest Pass, No Score: 65 yards, Bob Schloredt to George Fleming vs.

Wisconsin (1960 Rose Bowl)

Receiving Records

Most Pass Receptions: 10, Paul Skansi vs. Maryland (1982 Aloha Bowl)
Most Yards Receiving: 198, Jermaine Kearse vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)
Most TD Receptions: 3, Anthony Allen vs. Maryland (1982 Aloha Bowl)

Return Records

Longest TD Punt Return: 57 yards, Danny Greene vs. Penn State (1983

Aloha Bowl)
Longest Punt Return, No Score: 69 yards, Jimmy Johnson vs. Hawaii (1938

Pineapple Bowl)
Longest TD Kickoff Return: 100 yards, John Ross vs. BYU (2013 Fight Hunger
Bowl)
Longest Kickoff Return, No Score: 53 yards, Kyle Stevens vs. Michigan

(1978 Rose Bowl)
Longest TD Interception Return: 66 yards, Lester Towns vs. Michigan State

(1997 Aloha Bowl)
Longest Interception Return, No Score: 44 yards, Budda Baker vs. Oklahoma

State (2015 Cactus Bowl)

Kicking Records

Longest Field Goal: 47 yds, John Anderson (twice), vs. Purdue (2001 Rose

Bowl); vs. Kansas St. (1999 Holiday Bowl)
Most Field Goals: 3, John Anderson vs. Texas (2001 Holiday Bowl)
Longest Punt: 63 yards, George Wilson vs. Alabama (1926 Rose Bowl)
Most Punts: 9, Thane Cleland vs. Penn State (1983 Aloha Bowl)

9, Fred Abel vs. Navy (1924 Rose Bowl)

Total Tackles: 17, David Rill vs. Colorado (1985 Freedom Bowl)
Solo Tackles: 11, Rusty Olsen vs. Michigan (1981 Rose Bowl); John Timu vs. BYU

(2013 Fight Hunger Bowl)
Assisted Tackles: 11, Cort Dennison vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)
Interceptions: 2 on three occasions, (most recent): Tony Parrish vs. Michigan

State (1997 Aloha Bowl)
Interception Yards: 66, Lester Towns vs. Michigan State (1997 Aloha Bowl)
Interception Return for TD: 1 on three occasions, (most recent): Terry Johnson

(38 yards) vs. Texas (2001 Holiday Bowl)

Most First Downs: 28 vs. Florida (1989 Freedom Bowl)


Most Rushing Attempts: 55 vs. Wisconsin (1960 Rose Bowl)
Most Yards Rushing: 298 vs. Michigan State (1997 Aloha Bowl)
Most Passes Attempted: 56 vs. Maryland (1982 Aloha Bowl)
Most Passes Completed: 35 vs. Maryland (1982 Aloha Bowl)
Most Yards Passing: 438 vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)
Most Total Offensive Plays: 89 vs. Florida (1989 Freedom Bowl)
Most Yards Total Offense: 620 vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)
Most Fumbles: 4 vs. Maryland (1982 Aloha Bowl); vs. Alabama (1986 Sun

Bowl); vs. Purdue (2002 Sun Bowl)
Most Fumbles Lost: 4 vs. Maryland (1982 Aloha Bowl)
Most Penalties: 13 vs. Colorado (1985 Freedom) and vs. Michigan St. (1997 Aloha)
Most Penalty Yards: 126 vs. Michigan State (1997 Aloha Bowl)
Most Touchdowns: 8 vs. Hawaii (1938 Pineapple Bowl);

vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)
Most Points: 56 vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)
Most Points 1st Quarter: 17 vs. Wisconsin (1960 Rose Bowl); Florida (1989

Freedom Bowl); Purdue (2002 Sun Bowl)
Most Points 2nd Quarter: 28 vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl)
Most Points 3rd Quarter: 14 vs. Baylor (2011 Alamo Bowl); vs. Oklahoma State

(2015 Cactus Bowl
Most Points 4th Quarter: 15 vs. Iowa (1982 Rose Bowl)

Washingtons Bowl MVPs



Bowl
Player(s) of the Game......................... Score
1926 Rose
George Wilson, rb.................................. Alabama 20, UW 19
1960 Rose
Bob Schloredt, qb................................... UW 44, Wisconsin 8

George Fleming, rb
1961 Rose
Bob Schloredt, qb................................... UW 17, Minnesota 7
1978 Rose
Warren Moon, qb................................... UW 27, Michigan 20
1979 Sun
Paul Skansi, wr & Doug Martin, dt........ UW 14, Texas 7
1982 Rose
Jacque Robinson, rb............................... UW 28, Iowa 0
1982 Aloha
Tim Cowan, qb & Tony Caldwell, lb....... UW 21, Maryland 20
1983 Aloha
Danny Greene, wr................................... Penn State 13, UW 10
1985 Orange
Jacque Robinson, rb............................... UW 28, Oklahoma 17

Ron Holmes, dt
1985 Freedom
Chris Chandler, qb.................................. UW 20, Colorado 17
1986 Sun
Steve Alvord, dl...................................... Alabama 28, UW 6
1987 Independence Chris Chandler, qb.................................. UW 24, Tulane 12
1989 Freedom
Cary Conklin, qb...................................... UW 34, Florida 7
1991 Rose
Mark Brunell, qb..................................... UW 46, Iowa 34
1992 Rose
Steve Emtman, dt................................... UW 34, Michigan 14

Billy Joe Hobert, qb
1997 Aloha
Rashaan Shehee, tb............................... UW 51, Michigan St. 23
1998 Oahu
Brock Huard, qb...................................... Air Force 45, UW 25
2001 Rose
Marques Tuiasosopo, qb........................ UW 34, Purdue 24
2001 Holiday
Willie Hurst, tb....................................... Texas 47, UW 43
2010 Holiday
Chris Polk, tb & Mason Foster, lb........... UW 19, Nebraska 7
2012 Las Vegas
Bishop Sankey, tb................................... Boise State 28, UW 26
2013 Fight Hunger Bishop Sankey, tb................................... UW 31, BYU 16

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No.
72
85
19
32
17
9
15
31
14
12
7
96
60
40
3
77
25
22
11
49
57
35
22
34
6
55
15
98
10
87
45
52
41
95
69
99
3
89
9
93
16
70
94
23
51
71
92
20
26
4
20
40
73
67
47
81
19
5
28
42
30
46
5
13
91

Name
Trey Adams
David Ajamu
Andre Baccellia
Budda Baker
Tevis Bartlett
Brandon Beaver
DJ Beavers
Drew Before
Anthony Berg
Ian Biddle
Keishawn Bierria
Shane Bowman
Shane Brostek
Gerran Brown
Jake Browning
Devin Burleson
Ben Burr-Kirven
Dustin Bush
K.J. Carta-Samuels
A.J. Carty
John Clark
Brian Clay
Lavon Coleman
Sean Constantine
Deontae Cooper
Dane Crane
Darrell Daniels
Will Dissly
Jomon Dotson
Forrest Dunivin
Korey Durkee
Jake Eldrenkamp
Travis Feeney
Jarett Finau
Cory Fuavai
Greg Gaines
Darren Gardenhire
John Gardner
Myles Gaskin
Connor Griffin
Marvin Hall
Jared Hilbers
Derek Hunter
Logan Hurst
Luke Hutchison
Matt James
Jaylen Johnson
Jamon Jones
Sidney Jones
Austin Joyner
Kevin King
Ralph Kinne
Andrew Kirkland
Michael Kneip
Scott Lawyer
Brayden Lenius
Brandon Lewis
Jeff Lindquist
Nik Little
Cory Littleton
Kyler Manu
Ryan Masel
Joe Mathis
Chico McClatcher
Ricky McCoy

Pos.
OL
TE
WR
DB
LB
DB
LB
WR
QB
DB
LB
DL
OL
LB
QB
OL
LB
DB
QB
LS
DL
DB
TB
LB
TB
OL
TE
DL
TB
WR
P
OL
LB
DL
OL
DL
DB
WR
TB
TE
WR
OL
TE
TB
LS
OL
DL
WR
DB
DB
DB
TB
OL
OL
LB
WR
DB
QB
WR
OLB
LB
LS
DL
WR
DL

Ht.
6-7
6-5
5-9
5-10
6-2
6-0
6-0
6-0
6-2
6-0
6-1
6-3
6-4
6-1
6-2
6-7
6-0
5-9
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-1
5-11
6-2
5-11
6-3
6-4
6-4
5-10
6-4
6-4
6-5
6-4
6-3
6-3
6-1
5-11
6-2
5-9
6-4
5-10
6-6
6-4
6-0
6-2
6-4
6-2
6-2
6-0
5-10
6-3
5-10
6-4
6-5
6-2
6-5
5-10
6-3
6-4
6-3
6-1
6-1
6-2
5-7
6-2

Wt. Yr. Exp.


302
Fr. HS
250 So. # 1V
160
Fr. HS
178 So. 1V
218
Fr. HS
196 Jr. # 2V
211
Fr. HS
197 Jr. # SQ
214 Jr. # JC
181
Fr. # RS
220 So. # 1V
273
Fr. # RS
305 Jr. # 2V
214
Fr. HS
206
Fr. HS
302
Fr. HS
201
Fr. HS
171
Fr. HS
220
Fr. # RS
270
Fr. HS
260
Fr. HS
207 Sr. # 1V
222 So. # 1V
225 So. # 1V
200 Sr. # 2V
294 So. # SQ
241 Jr. 2V
277 So. 1V
174
Fr. # RS
217 Jr. # JC
247 Sr. 3V
296 Jr. # 2V
226 Sr. # 3V
274 Sr. # 2V
316 Sr. # SQ
310
Fr. # RS
185 So. 1V
195
Fr. # RS
192
Fr. HS
235 So. # TR
190 Sr. 3V
287
Fr. HS
225 So. # TR
190
Fr. HS
225 So. # SQ
285
Fr. # RS
260
Fr. # RS
227
Fr. HS
178 So. 1V
186
Fr. HS
183 Jr. 2V
214 So. # SQ
307 So. # SQ
302 Jr. # SQ
232 Sr. # 3V
220 So. 1V
186
Fr. # RS
245 Jr. # 1V
205 So. JC
227 Sr. 3V
225
Fr. HS
220 Sr. 3V
252 Jr. 2V
176
Fr. HS
307
Fr. HS

Hometown (High School / Last School)


Wenatchee, Wash. (Wenatchee)
Shelton, Wash. (Shelton)
Thousand Oaks, Calif. (Westlake)
Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue)
Cheyenne, Wyo. (East)
Compton, Calif. (Dominguez)
Culver City, Calif. (Crespi Carmelite)
Spokane, Wash. (Shadle Park)
Mukilteo, Wash. (Kamiak/Saddleback College)
Woodinville, Wash. (Woodinville)
Carson, Calif. (Narbonne)
Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue)
Kamuela, Hawaii (Hawaii Prep)
Santa Ana, Calif. (Mater Dei)
Granite Bay, Calif. (Folsom)
Palmdale, Calif. (Highland)
Menlo Park, Calif. (Sacred Heart Prep)
San Diego, Calif. (Mira Mesa)
Saratoga, Calif. (Bellarmine Prep)
Santa Ana, Calif. (Servite)
Marysville, Wash. (Marysville Getchell)
Vacaville, Calif. (Wood/Univ. of Hawaii)
Lompoc, Calif. (Lompoc)
Hunts Point, Wash. (Bellevue)
Perris, Calif. (Citrus Hill)
Irvine, Calif. (Santa Margarita Catholic)
Pittsburg, Calif. (Freedom)
Bozeman, Mont. (Bozeman)
American Canyon, Calif. (American Canyon)
Las Flores, Calif. (Tesoro/Minn.-Crookston/Saddleback JC)
Gig Harbor, Wash. (Gig Harbor)
Medina, Wash. (Bellevue)
Richmond, Calif. (Pinole Valley)
Kirkland, Wash. (Juanita)
Auburn, Wash. (Auburn)
La Habra, Calif. (La Habra)
Long Beach, Calif. (Cabrillo)
Woodinville, Wash. (Inglemoor)
Lynnwood, Wash. (ODea)
Lake Oswego, Ore. (Lake Oswego/Gonzaga)
Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey)
Beaverton, Ore. (Beaverton)
Portola Valley, Calif. (Sacred Heart Prep/Georgetown)
Loomis, Calif. (Del Oro)
Carnation, Wash. (ODea)
Coeur dAlene, Idaho (Coeur dAlene)
Corona, Calif. (Centennial)
Spanaway, Wash. (Bethel)
Diamond Bar, Calif. (West Covina)
Marysville, Wash. (Marysville-Pilchuck)
San Leandro, Calif. (Bishop ODowd)
Shelton, Wash. (Shelton)
Portland, Ore. (Jesuit)
Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue)
San Jose, Calif. (Oak Grove)
North Vancouver, B.C. (Chaminade)
Rancho Murieta, Calif. (Pleasant Grove)
Mercer Island, Wash. (Mercer Island)
Newport Beach, Calif. (Mater Dei/Golden West JC)
Spring Valley, Calif. (Mount Miguel)
Pocatello, Idaho (Highland)
Phoenix, Ariz. (Desert Vista)
Ontario, Calif. (Upland)
Federal Way, Wash. (Federal Way)
Fresno, Calif. (Roosevelt)

NUMERICAL ROSTER
o.
N
1
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
14
14
15
15
16
17
18
19
19
20
20
21
22
22
23
23
24
25
26
27
28
28
29
29
30
30
31
31
32
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48

Name
Pos.
John Ross
WR
Jake Browning
QB
Darren Gardenhire DB
Austin Joyner
DB
Jaydon Mickens
WR
Jeff Lindquist
QB
Joe Mathis
DL
Deontae Cooper
TB
Keishawn Bierria
LB
Dante Pettis
WR
Benning Potoae
DE
Brandon Beaver
DB
Myles Gaskin
TB
Jomon Dotson
TB
Tony Rodriguez
QB
Jusstis Warren
LB
K.J. Carta-Samuels QB
Elijah Qualls
DL
Ian Biddle
DB
Dwayne Washington TB
Chico McClatcher WR
Anthony Berg
QB
Jojo McIntosh
DB
DJ Beavers
LB
Darrell Daniels
TE
Marvin Hall
WR
Tevis Bartlett
LB
Isaiah Renfro
WR
Andre Baccellia
WR
Brandon Lewis
DB
Jamon Jones
WR
Kevin King
DB
Quinten Pounds
WR
Dustin Bush
DB
Lavon Coleman
TB
Logan Hurst
TB
Jordan Miller
DB
Ezekiel Turner
DB
Ben Burr-Kirven
LB
Sidney Jones
DB
Trevor Walker
DB
Nik Little
WR
Psalm Wooching OLB
Connor OBrien
LB
Josh Rasmussen WR
Kyler Manu
LB
Gavin McDaniel
TB
Drew Before
WR
DeAndre Watson II DB
Budda Baker
DB
Sean Constantine
LB
Brian Clay
DB
Azeem Victor
LB
Bryce Sterk
DL
Hayden Schuh
DB
Sean Vergara
DB
Gerran Brown
LB
Ralph Kinne
TB
Travis Feeney
LB
Cory Littleton
OLB
Tristan Vizcaino PK/P
Korey Durkee
P
Ryan Masel
LS
Scott Lawyer
LB
Cameron Van Winkle PK

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No.
30
58
14
4
23
84
29
86
82
8
8
21
54
56
11
29
18
80
59
10
1
83
88
38
97
79
75
37
65
90
24
74
66
81
48
50
39
36
43
27
53
10
12
31
28

Name
Gavin McDaniel
Kaleb McGary
Jojo McIntosh
Jaydon Mickens
Jordan Miller
Michael Neal
Connor OBrien
Taelon Parson
Joshua Perkins
Dante Pettis
Benning Potoae
Quinten Pounds
Matt Preston
Jared Pulu
Elijah Qualls
Josh Rasmussen
Isaiah Renfro
Max Richmond
Henry Roberts
Tony Rodriguez
John Ross
Neel Salukhe
Drew Sample
Hayden Schuh
Jason Scrempos
Coleman Shelton
Jesse Sosebee
Bryce Sterk
Siosifa Tufunga
Taniela Tupou
Ezekiel Turner
John Turner
Damion Turpin
Sebastian Valerio
Cameron Van Winkle
Vita Vea
Sean Vergara
Azeem Victor
Tristan Vizcaino
Trevor Walker
Jake Wambaugh
Jusstis Warren
Dwayne Washington
DeAndre Watson II
Psalm Wooching

Pos.
TB
OL
DB
WR
DB
TE
LB
WR
TE
WR
DL
WR
LB
DL
DL
WR
WR
WR
OL
QB
WR
WR
TE
DB
DL
OL
OL
DL
OL
DL
DB
OL
DL
PK
PK
DL
DB
LB
PK/P
DB
LB
LB
TB
DB
OLB

Ht.
5-8
6-7
6-0
5-11
6-0
6-4
6-3
6-1
6-4
6-0
6-3
5-11
6-2
6-4
6-1
5-11
6-1
5-9
6-5
6-3
5-11
5-11
6-4
6-0
6-6
6-4
6-5
6-4
6-3
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-4
5-10
5-10
6-5
6-2
6-3
6-2
5-11
6-1
6-1
6-2
5-11
6-4

Wt. Yr. Exp.


188
Fr. # RS
302
Fr. # RS
196
Fr. # RS
170 Sr. 3V
163
Fr. HS
229
Fr. HS
238 So. # 1V
192 So. # SQ
226 Sr. # 3V
185 So. 1V
270
Fr. HS
170
Fr. HS
213
Fr. # RS
225
Fr. HS
311 So. # 1V
173
Fr. HS
207
Fr. HS
178
Fr. # RS
287
Fr. HS
185 Jr. JC
192 Jr. 2V
175 Jr. # SQ
245
Fr. # RS
207 Jr. # 1V
280
Fr. HS
293 So. # 1V
311
Fr. # RS
234
Fr. HS
314 Sr. # 3V
288 Sr. # 3V
206 So. JC
289
Fr. # RS
276 Jr. # 1V
150
Fr. HS
184 Jr. 1V
340
Fr. # RS
178
Fr. # HS
240 So. # 1V
205 So. 1V
188 Jr. 2V
220
Fr. # RS
239
Fr. HS
226 Jr. # 2V
191
Fr. HS
236 Jr. # 2V

Hometown (High School / Last School)


Coppell, Texas (Coppell)
Fife, Wash. (Fife)
Canyon Country, Calif. (Chaminade Prep)
Los Angeles, Calif. (Dorsey)
Oceanside, Calif. (Oceanside)
Fontana, Calif. (Etiwanda)
Trabuco Canyon, Calif. (Santa Margarita Catholic)
Gilbert, Ariz. (Perry)
Cerritos, Calif. (Gahr)
San Clemente, Calif. (Junipero Serra)
DuPont, Wash. (Lakes)
Cypress, Calif. (Cypress)
Corona, Calif. (Diamond Ranch)
Federal Way, Wash. (Federal Way)
Petaluma, Calif. (Casa Grande)
Lake Stevens, Wash. (Lake Stevens)
Los Angeles, Calif. (Sierra Canyon)
Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue)
Bellevue, Wash. (Bellevue)
Stockton, Calif. (Brookside/CC of San Francisco)
Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan)
San Jose, Calif. (The Harker School)
Bellevue, Wash. (Newport)
Vancouver, Wash. (Skyview)
Milpitas, Calif. (Milpitas)
Pasadena, Calif. (Loyola)
Garden Grove, Calif. (Edison)
Lynden, Wash. (Lynden)
Long Beach, Calif. (Long Beach Jordan)
Marysville, Wash. (Archbishop Murphy)
Pasadena, Md. (Glen Burnie / L.A. Pierce College)
Los Angeles, Calif. (Loyola)
Compton, Calif. (Dominguez)
Irvine, Calif. (Beckman)
Fall City, Wash. (Mount Si)
Milpitas, Calif. (Milpitas)
Selah, Wash. (Selah)
Upland, Calif. (Pomona)
Chino Hills, Calif. (Damien)
Arlington, Texas (Mansfield Timberview)
San Diego, Calif. (Point Loma)
Tacoma, Wash. (Lincoln)
Lakewood, Calif. (Gahr)
Los Angeles, Calif. (Millikan)
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii (Kealakehe)

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Name
A.J. Carty
Vita Vea
Luke Hutchison
Jake Eldrenkamp
Jake Wambaugh
Matt Preston
Dane Crane
Jared Pulu
John Clark
Kaleb McGary
Henry Roberts
Shane Brostek
Siosifa Tufunga
Damion Turpin
Michael Kneip
Cory Fuavai
Jared Hilbers
Matt James
Trey Adams
Andrew Kirkland
John Turner
Jesse Sosebee
Devin Burleson
Coleman Shelton
Max Richmond
Brayden Lenius
Seba`stian Valerio
Joshua Perkins
Neel Salukhe
Michael Neal
David Ajamu
Taelon Parson
Forrest Dunivin
Drew Sample
John Gardner
Taniela Tupou
Ricky McCoy
Jaylen Johnson
Connor Griffin
Derek Hunter
Jarett Finau
Shane Bowman
Jason Scrempos
Will Dissly
Greg Gaines

Pos.
LS
DL
LS
OL
LB
LB
OL
DL
DL
OL
OL
OL
OL
DL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
OL
WR
WR
PK
TE
WR
TE
TE
WR
WR
TE
WR
DL
DL
DL
TE
TE
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL

# has utilized a redshirt season

Coaches: Chris Petersen (head coach), Keith Bhonapha (recruiting coordinator/running backs), Jeff Choate (special teams coordinator/defensive line), Bob Gregory (assistant head coach/
linebackers), Pete Kwiatkowski (defensive coordinator), Jimmy Lake (co-defensive coordinator/defensive backs), Bush Hamdan (pass game coordinator/wide receivers), Jordan Paopao (tight
ends), Jonathan Smith (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks), Chris Strausser (associate head coach/offensive line), Terrence Brown (graduate assistant), Kirby Moore (graduate assistant),
Hansen Sekona (graduate assistant), Joshua Taufalele (graduate assistant), Tim Socha (strength & conditioning).

pronunciation guide
David Ajamu
Andre Baccellia
Keishawn Bierria
Shane Brostek
Gerran Brown
Deontae Cooper
Darrell Daniels
Jomon Dotson
Jarett Finau
Cory Fuavai

uh-JAH-moo
buh-SELL-ee-uh
KEY-shawn be-AIR-ee-uh
BRAH-steck
GARE-un
dee-AWN-tay
duh-RELL
juh-MAWN
fin-OW
FOO-uh-VIE

Jamon Jones
Ralph Kinne
Michael Kneip
Brayden Lenius
Ryan Masel
Jaydon Mickens
Benning Potoae
Jesse Sosebee
Siosifa Tufunga
Taniela Tupou

rhymes with Damon


KINN-ee
kuh-NIPE
LENNY-us
muh-ZELL
JAY-don (like Jay Don)
poe-toe-AH-ee
SOZE-bee
see-oh-SEE-fuh too-FOON-guh
tawn-ee-AY-luh too-POE

Vita Vea
Tristan Vizcaino
Psalm Wooching
Coaches:
Keith Bhonapha
Bush Hamdan
Pete Kwiatkowski
Jordan Paopao
Tim Socha
Joshua Taufalele

VEET-uh VAY-uh
vizz-KAY-no (3 syllables)
salm WOO-ching
BONE-uh-fuh
HAM-den
quit-COW-ski
POW-pow
SAH-hah
tau-fuh-LAY-lay

Washington vs. SOUTHERN MISS ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL DEC. 26, 2015 11:20 A.m. PT (ESPN)

2015 Hus ky Depth Chart

Zaxbys He a r t o f Da l l a s Bo w l
WASHINGTON v s . SOUT HE RN M I SS
Cotton Bowl Stad i u m De c e mb e r 2 6 , 2 0 1 5
OFFENSE

DEFENSE

Pos. No. Player


Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown
WR 81
Brayden Lenius. . . . . . . So., 6-5, 220, North Vancovuer, B.C.

16 Marvin Hall. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 5-10, 190, Los Angeles, Calif.

Pos. No. Player


Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown
DE 5
Joe Mathis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-2, 252, Ontario, Calif.

98 Will Dissly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 277, Bozeman, Mont.

95 Jarett Finau. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-3, 274, Kirkland, Wash.

LT 72
Trey Adams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr.,6-7, 302, Wenatchee, Wash.

71 Matt James. . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-4, 285, Coeur DAlene, Idaho
LG 52
Jake Eldrenkamp. . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-5, 296, Medina, Wash.

67 Michael Kneip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-5, 302, Bellevue, Wash.
C 65
Siosifa Tufunga. . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-3, 314, Long Beach, Calif.

60 Shane Brostek. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-4, 305, Kamuela, Hawaii
RG 79
Coleman Shelton. . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 293, Pasadena, Calif.

75 Jesse Sosebee. . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-5, 311, Garden Grove, Calif.
RT 58
Kaleb McGary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-7, 302, Fife, Wash.

73 Andrew Kirkland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 307, Portland, Ore.
TE 82
Joshua Perkins OR . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-4, 226, Cerritos, Calif.
15
Darrell Daniels OR. . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-4, 241, Pittsburg, Calif.
88
Drew Sample. . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-4, 245, Bellevue, Wash.

93 Connor Griffin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-4, 235, Lake Oswego, Ore.
QB 3
Jake Browning. . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-2, 206, Granite Bay, Calif.

5 Jeff Lindquist OR. . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-3, 245, Mercer Island, Wash.

11 K.J. Carta-Samuels. . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-2, 220, Saratoga, Calif.
TB 9
Myles Gaskin. . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-9, 192, Lynnwood, Wash.

12 Dwayne Washington. . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-2, 226, Lakewood, Calif.

22 Lavon Coleman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 5-11, 222, Lompoc, Calif.

6 Deontae Cooper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 5-11, 200, Perris, Calif.
WR 1
Jaydon Mickens. . . . . . . . Sr., 5-11, 170, Los Angeles, Calif.

13 Chico McClatcher. . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-7, 176, Federal Way, Wash.
WR 8
Dante Pettis. . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-0, 185, San Clemente, Calif.

18 Isaiah Renfro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-1, 207, Los Angeles, Calif.

NT 11
Elijah Qualls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-1, 311, Petaluma, Calif.

99 Greg Gaines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-1, 310, La Habra, Calif.

50 Vita Vea. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-5, 340, Milpitas, Calif.
DT 90
Taniela Tupou . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-2, 288, Marysville, Wash.

92 Jaylen Johnson. . . . . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-2, 260, Corona, Calif.

66 Damion Turpin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-4, 276, Compton, Calif.

96 Shane Bowman. . . . . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-3, 273, Bellevue, Wash.
BUCK 41 Travis Feeney. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-4, 226 Richmond, Calif.

28 Psalm Wooching. . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-5, 236, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii

29 Connor OBrien. . . . . . . . . So., 6-3, 238, Trabuco Canyon, Calif.
LB 36
Azeem Victor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-3, 240, Compton, Calif.

25 Ben Burr-Kirven. . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-0, 201, Menlo Park, Calif.
LB 7
Keishawn BierriA. . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-1, 220, Carson, Calif.

47 Scott Lawyer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-2, 232, San Jose, Calif.

34 Sean Constantine . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 225, Hunts Point, Wash.
LB 42
Cory Littleton. . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-3, 227, Spring Valley, Calif.

17 Tevis Bartlett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-2, 218, Cheyenne, Wyo.
S 35
Brian Clay. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-1, 207, Vacaville, Calif.

24 Ezekiel Turner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 206, Pasadena, Md.
S 32
Budda Baker . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 5-10, 178, Bellevue, Wash.

14 Jojo McIntosh . . . . . . . RS-Fr., 6-0, 196, Canyon Country, Calif.
CB 26
Sidney Jones. . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-0, 178, Diamond Bar, Calif.

23 Jordan Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fr., 6-0, 163, Oceanside, Calif.

19 Brandon Lewis. . . . . . RS-Fr., 5-10, 186, Rancho Murieta, Calif.
CB 20
Kevin King OR. . . . . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-3, 183, San Leandro, Calif.
3
Darren Gardenhire . . . . So., 5-11, 185, Long Beach, Calif.

SPECIALISTS

Pos. No. Player


Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown
PK 48
Cameron Van Winkle OR. . . Jr., 5-10, 174, Fall City, Wash.
43
Tristan Vizcaino . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 205, Chino Hills, Calif.

Pos. No. Player


Yr., Ht., Wt., Hometown
PR 8
Dante Pettis. . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-0, 185, San Clemente, Calif.

13 Chico McClatcher. . . . . . . . . Fr., 5-7, 176, Federal Way, Wash.

P 45
Korey Durkee. . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-4, 230, Gig Harbor, Wash.

43 Tristan Vizcaino. . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 205, Chino Hills, Calif.

LS 46
Ryan Masel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-1, 220, Phoenix, Ariz.

51 Luke Hutchison . . . . . . . . . . . . . So., 6-2, 225, Carnation, Wash.

KOR 13 Chico McClatcher . . . . . . Fr., 5-7, 176, Federal Way, Wash.

HLD 5
Jeff Lindquist. . . . . . . . . Jr., 6-3, 245, Mercer Island, Wash.

45 Korey Durkee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sr., 6-4, 230, Gig Harbor, Wash.

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2015 PLAYER BIO UPDATES

72

Trey Adams 32

Budda Baker

OL 6-7 302 Fr.


Wenatchee, Wash.
(Wenatchee)

DB 5-10 178 So.


Bellevue, Wash.
(Bellevue)

2015: Played in 10 of 12 games during the regular


season, starting nine of those 10 ... earned first
start at left tackle in the win over Utah State ...
first true freshman to start on the offensive line
since 2012 ... started nine in a row at left tackle
before missing the WSU game with an injury ...
made UW debut vs. Sacramento State, playing
left tackle ... made a tackle in the Arizona State
game after a turnover ... co-winner of the UWs Travis Spring Most Outstanding
Freshman award.

2015: Played in, and started, 11 of 12 games


during the regular season ... earned first-team
All-Pac-12 and honorable mention Academic AllPac-12 ... started the first three games of the year
at safety, before sitting out the Cal game due to
injury ... notched four tackles and two pass breakups ... had just one tackle, plus a 40-yard kickoff
return, in the win over Sacramento State ... returned to starting role in the win at USC, notching eight tackles, including half of
a tackle for loss ... eight tackles, one tackle for loss, vs. Oregon ... team-high 10
tackles, plus an interception, at Stanford ... three tackles and an interception on
a Hail Mary pass at the end of the first half during the Arizona game ... served as
a captain for the Arizona game ... started vs. Utah, but left the game early (due to
injury) after making one tackle ... three tackles at Arizona State ... three tackles
in the win over WSU ... co-winner of the teams Don James Perseverance Award.

85 David Ajamu

TE 6-5 250 So.


Shelton, Wash.
(Shelton)
2015: Played in the first five games of the season,
starting twice ... injured in pre-game at USC and
missed the remainder of the season ... saw action
in the Huskies season opener at Boise State ...
started at one tight end spot vs. Sacramento State
and vs. Utah State.

Career Statistics
KICK RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2014
14 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
11 1 40 0 40 40.0 3.6
TOTAL
25
1
40 0
40 40.0
1.6
INTERCEPTIONS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2014
14 1 44 0 44 44.0 3.1
2015
11 2 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
TOTAL
25 3 44 0 44 14.7 1.8
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 14 58 22
80 2.0-7 7 2 0 0
2015 11 25 17
42 1.5-7 8 0 0 0
TOTAL
25 83 39
122 3.5-14
15
2
0
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2014 14 1 0 1.0 5
2015 11 0 0 0.0 0
TOTAL
25
1
0
1.0
5

17

Tevis Bartlett

LB 6-2 218 Fr.


Cheyenne, Wyo. (East)
2015: Played in all 12 games ... made his college
debut in Washingtons opener at Boise State, both
at linebacker and on special teams ... made one
tackle in Boise ... one tackle and a pass break-up
in the win over Sacramento State ... notched a
tackle vs. California and in the victory at USC ...
one stop at Stanford ... made three tackles in the
win over Arizona ... three tackles at Oregon State.

Career Statistics

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk


2015 12 7 4
11 0.0-0 1 0 0 0

2015 PLAYER BIO UPDATES

Brandon Beaver 7
DB 6-0 196 Jr.
Compton, Calif.
(Dominguez)

2015: Played in the first six games, starting vs.


California ... injured in Oregon game and missed
the remainder of the season ... saw action in the
Huskies season opener at Boise State, recording a tackle ... broke up a pass in the win over
Sacramento State ... against Utah State, had the
longest interception return in UW history, running
back a pick 96 yards ... started at safety vs. California, finishing the game with eight total tackles ... made three stops in the win
at USC ... made two tackles vs. Oregon.
Career Statistics
INTERCEPTIONS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2013
5 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
6 1 96 0 96 96.0 16.0
TOTAL
23
1
96 0
96 96.0
4.2
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2013
5 2 0
2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014 12 4 3
7 0.0-0 2 0 0 0
2015
6 10 4
14 0.0-0 2 0 0 0
TOTAL
23 16
7
23 0.0-0
4
0
0
0

31 Drew Before

WR 6-0 197 Jr.


Spokane, Wash.
(Shadle Park)

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 14 21 14
35 3.0-7 0 0 0 0
2015 12 48 22
70
7.5-54 0 1 1 0
TOTAL
26 69 36
105 10.5-61
0
1
1
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2014 14 1 0 1.0 2
2015 12 3 1 3.5 20
TOTAL
26
4
1
4.5
22

96

2015: Joined the UW squad via walk-on tryouts in


spring of 2015 ... saw his first playing time in the
Arizona win.

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

10

Shane Bowman

DL 6-3 273 Fr.


Bellevue, Wash.
(Bellevue)
2015: Played in six games during the regular season ... saw his first UW action vs. Sacramento
State, recording one tackle ... also played in the
wins over Utah State and Arizona and vs. Utah ...
saw extensive time at Oregon State ... recovered
a fumble in Washingtons win over WSU in the
Apple Cup.

Ian Biddle

DB 6-0 181 Fr.


Woodinville, Wash.
(Woodinville)

LB 6-1 220 So.


Carson, Calif.
(Narbonne)

2015: Started at linebacker in 11 of 12 games


games (started all but Stanford game) ... in the
opener at Boise State, made seven tackles (six
solo) ... two stops in the win over Sacramento
State ... seven tackles in the win over Utah State
... 12 tackles, including one for a loss, vs. California ... terrific in the win at USC, finishing with
eight tackles, including two tackles for loss and a
sack ... served as a game captain vs. the Trojans ... five tackles, including half of
a sack, vs. Oregon ... didnt start Stanford game, but still recorded five tackles ...
also had five tackles in the win over Arizona, all of them solo ... four tackles and a
fumble recovery against Utah ... five tackles, including two sacks, at Arizona State
... two stops, including half of a tackle for a loss, at Oregon State ... eight tackles,
a forced fumble and a tackle for loss in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.

2015: Made his UW debut in the win over Sacramento State ... also saw some action late in
the Arizona win and in the Apple Cup victory over
WSU ... won the UWs Brian Stapp Special Teams
Scout Squad MVP award.

12

Keishawn Bierria

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015
6 0 1
1 0.0-0 0 0 1 0

60

Shane Brostek

OL 6-4 305 Jr.


Kamuela, Hawaii
(Hawaii Prep)
2015: Played in nine games, starting two ... named
to the Academic All-Pac-12 second team ... started at right guard in each of Washingtons first two
games ... also saw action vs. Utah State, California, Oregon, Utah, Arizona State, Oregon State
and Washington State.

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2015 ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

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Jake Browning 25
QB 6-2 206 Fr.
Granite Bay, Calif.
(Folsom)

2015: Played in, and started, 11 of 12 games in


2015 ... 2,671 yards were No. 9 in UW single-season history ... 242.8 passing yards per game rank
No. 5 in UW history while 210 completions were
10th-most ... season completion record of .629
ranks No. 6 in UW history while pass efficiency
(139.9) is No. 8 ... the first true freshman ever to
start a season opener at quarterback, as he took
the opening snaps at Boise State ... just the second time ever (in any game) that
a true freshman has started at QB at the UW (the other was Marques Tuiasosopo
vs. Oregon in 1997) ... went 20-for-34 for 150 yards and one interception vs. the
Broncos ... completed 17-of-24 for 326 yards and two touchdowns in the win over
Sacramento State ... threw TD passes of 78 (Marvin Hall, his first college TD pass)
and 49 yards (to Chico McClatcher) ... 326 yards were most ever by a UW true
freshman and second-most ever by any UW freshman, redshirt or not (record is
336, Jake Locker vs. Arizona, 2007) ... 13.6 yards per attempt were sixth-highest
ever in a single-game by a UW quarterback (and his 24 attempts were more than
any of the five QBs in front of him on that list) ... 19.2 yards per completion vs.
Sacramento State was 13th-best in UW history ... completed 22-of-31 for 368
yards, three touchdowns and one interception in the win over Utah State ... had
an 81-yard scoring pass to Dwayne Washington vs. the Aggies ... 17-for-28 for
152 yards and two interceptions vs. California ... 16-for-32 for 137 yards and one
interception in Washingtons win at No. 17 USC ... 19-for-30 for 199 yards, no
interceptions and one touchdown vs. Oregon ... sat out the Stanford game due to
injury ... returned to starting role in the win over Arizona, when had his best game
to date, completing 16-of-24 for 263 yards, no interceptions and four touchdowns
while also rushing for a 12-yard score ... 23-for-39 for 257 yards, one touchdown
and one interception vs. Utah, when he also had a 25-yard run ... at Arizona State,
threw for 405 yards, breaking his own freshman record and marking one of just
seven 400-yard passing games in UW history (405 ranked No. 6 all-time at UW) ...
also established new career highs for completions (28) and attempts (52) against
the Sun Devils ... terrific game at Oregon State, where his completion percentage
(90.0 percent) was the second-best in UW single-game history ... 18-for-20 for
211 yards and four touchdowns in the victory at OSU ... 14-for-20 for 203 yards
in Washingtons Apple Cup win over WSU ... co-winner of the UWs Travis Spring
Most Outstanding Freshman award.
Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2015
11 60 7 1 25 0.1 0.6
PASSING g c-a-i YdS td long pct avg/p effic
2015
11 210-334-10 2671 16
81 62.9
8.0 139.9
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2015
11 1 4 0 4 0.1 4.0 0.4
PUNTING g no. yards LG avg
2015
11 6 180 36 30.0

Ben Burr-Kirven

LB 6-0 201 Fr.


Menlo Park, Calif.
(Sacred Heart Prep)

2015: Played in all 12 games as a true freshman


... saw action in the Huskies season opener at
Boise State on special teams ... shared the team
lead with six tackles in the win over Sacramento
State, spending time at linebacker and on special
teams ... also saw action vs. Utah State and Cal ...
one tackle in the UW win at USC ... four tackles,
including a 10-yard sack, vs. Oregon ... seven total
tackles in the Stanford game ... notched seven tackles in the Huskies win over
Arizona ... one stop vs. Utah... five total tackles at Arizona State ... three tackles at
Oregon State ... named the UWs Most Outstanding Special Teams Player award.
Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015 12 19 15
34
1.0-10 0 0 0 0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2015 12 1 0 1.0 10

11 K.J. Carta-Samuels

QB 6-2 220 Fr.


Saratoga, Calif.
(Bellarmine Prep)

2015: Appeared in eight games, starting one ...


made his college debut at Boise State ... played
a handful of snaps at quarterback, but didnt attempt any passes ... saw action at QB in the lategoing of the win over Sacramento State, attempting one pass ... saw action late in the Oregon
game, completing 1-of-2 passes for six yards and
one interception ... started the Stanford game,
where he was 9-for-21 for 118 yards (no interceptions or TDs) ... also rushed for a
score vs. the Cardinal ... saw some action late in the UW win over Arizona ... had
a two-yard rush for a first down at Arizona State ... played all but one series of the
second half at Oregon State, but didnt attempt a pass ... also saw action in the
Apple Cup win over WSU.
Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2015
8 9 -1 1 10 -0.1 -0.1
PASSING g c-a-i YdS td long pct avg/p effic
2015
8 10-24-1 124 0 33 41.7 5.2 76.7

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

11

2015 PLAYER BIO UPDATES

35

Brian Clay 34 Sean Constantine

DB 6-1 207 Sr.


Vacaville, Calif.
(Wood/Univ. of Hawaii)

LB 6-2 225 So.


Hunts Point, Wash.
(Bellevue)

2015: Started every game of the season, other


than Stanford, at safety ... made first college start
at Boise State, at safety, recording two tackles ...
also started in the win over Sacramento State,
notching three tackles ... served as a game captain vs. the Hornets ... one stop in start vs. Utah
State ... five tackles vs. California ... seven tackles
in Washingtons 17-12 win at USC ... six tackles
vs. Oregon ... four tackles against Stanford ... four tackles, one of them for a loss,
in Washingtons win over Arizona ... seven tackles in the Utah game ... team-high
10 tackles, including half a sack, at Arizona State ... served as a game captain for
the Oregon State game ... eight tackles in the win over Washington State ... won
the UWs 101 Club Academic Award at the postseason awards ceremony.

2015: Earned honorable mention Academic AllPac-12 ... played in all games during the 2015 season ... saw action in the season opener at Boise
State, recording a tackle ... made three tackles in
the win over Sacramento State ... one tackle in the
win over Utah State and against California ... also
had one stop in the victory at USC ... two tackles,
one for a loss, vs. Oregon ... one stop in the win
over Arizona ... two stops at Oregon State ... earned the teams Husky Fever 12th
Man of the Year award at the postseason awards ceremony.

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 14 10 2
12 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 37 20
57 1.5-5 1 0 0 0
TOTAL
26 47 22
69 1.5-5
1
0
0
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2014 14 0 0 0.0 0
2015 12 0 1 0.5 4
TOTAL
26
0
1
0.5
4

22

Lavon Coleman

TB 5-11 222 So.


Lompoc, Calif.
(Lompoc)

2015: Played in all 12 games of the season ... saw


action in the opener at Boise State, with one carry
in the game ... 44 yards on just six carries in the
win over Sacramento State ... one carry, plus a
special teams tackle, in the win over Utah State
... made a tackle in the win at USC ... three carries for 13 yards and two receptions for 22 yards
vs. Oregon ... two receptions in the Utah game ...
named the teams special teams player of the game after the win at Oregon State,
where he notched two tackles ... also rushed the ball seven times for 43 yards at
OSU ... carried the ball nine times for 39 yards in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.
Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2014
11 138 565 1 54 4.1 51.4
2015
12 27 137 0 29 5.1 11.4
TOTAL
23 165
702 1
54
4.3 30.5
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2014
11 9 35 0 31 0.8 3.9 3.2
2015
12 4 31 0 16 0.3 7.8 2.6
TOTAL
23
13
66 0
31
0.6
5.1
2.9
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 11 2 0
2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 3 2
5 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
23
5
2
7 0.0-0
0
0
0
0

12

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014
5 1 2
3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 4 8
12 1.0-1 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
17
5 10
15 1.0-1
0
0
0
0

6 Deontae Cooper

TB 5-11 200 Jr.


Perris, Calif.
(Citrus Hill)

2015: Voted a team captain for the season ... after


missing the first two games due to injury, saw his
first game action in the win over Utah State and
had played in every game up until sitting out vs.
Utah ... played in nine of 12 games overall ... made
a tackle in the win over USC ... two receptions in
the Oregon game ... four carries for 25 yards, and
also completed a four-yard pass to quarterback
Jake Browning, in the win over Arizona ... three carries for 15 yards at Arizona
State ... at Oregon State, carried the ball six times for 48 yards, including a 10-yard
touchdown ... two carries for eight yards in the Apple Cup win over Washington
State.
Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2013
6 43 270 3 70 6.3 45.0
2014
14 63 285 0 33 4.5 20.4
2015
9 15 96 1 11 6.4 10.7
TOTAL
29 121
651 4
70
5.4 22.4
PASSING g c-a-i YdS td long pct avg/p effic
2013 6 0-0-0
0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2014
14 1-1-0
2 0
2 100.0
2.0 116.8
2015
9 1-1-0
4 0
4 100.0
4.0 133.6
TOTAL
29 2-2-0
6
0
4 100.0
3.0 125.2
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2013
6 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2014
14 16 155 1 36 1.1 9.7 11.1
2015
9 2 4 0 2 0.2 2.0 0.4
TOTAL
29
18
159 1
36
0.6
8.8
5.5
KICK RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2013
6 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
14 5 42 0 18 8.4 3.0
2015
9 3 39 0 24 13.0 4.3
TOTAL
29
8
81 0
24 10.1
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55 Dane Crane 98

Will Dissly

OL 6-3 294 So.


Irvine, Calif. (Santa
Margarita Catholic)

DL 6-4 277 So.


Bozeman, Mont.
(Bozeman)

2015: Made UW debut on the field goal/PAT team


in the season opener at Boise State ... also saw
action at guard in the win over Sacramento State.

2015: Played in all 12 games, starting one ...


played extensively in the Huskies season opener
at Boise State, notching one tackle ... made two
tackles, one of them for a loss, in the win over
Sacramento State ... earned first college start at
Stanford, making one tackle ... two tackles, one
of them for a loss, in the UW victory over Arizona
... one tackle at Oregon State ... had a sack that
forced a fumble in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.

15 Darrell Daniels

TE 6-4 241 Jr.


Pittsburg, Calif.
(Freedom)

2015: Played in all 12 games, starting eight ...


started as one of two tight ends on Washingtons
season opener at Boise State ... made a special
teams tackle in the win over Sacramento State ...
started in the win over Utah State, catching four
passes for 75 yards ... three catches for 30 yards
vs. California ... started vs. Oregon, when he made
two tackles on special teams ... one catch for 11
yards in a start vs. Arizona ... had a reception and a special teams tackle vs. Utah
... four receptions for 61 yards, including a 29-yard touchdown catch, in a start at
Arizona State ... three catches for 43 yards in the win at Oregon State ... served as
a game captain for the Washington State game, when he caught two passes for
20 yards and also recorded a pair of special teams tackles.
Career Statistics
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2013
11 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2014
11 11 171 1 68 1.0 15.5 15.5
2015
12 18 241 1 29 1.5 13.4 20.1
TOTAL
34
29
412 2
68
0.9 14.2
12.1
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2013 11 2 1
3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014 11 4 0
4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 4 2
6 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
34 10
3
13 0.0-0
0
0
0
0

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014
6 1 1
2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 6 2
8 3.0-7 0 1 0 0
TOTAL
18
7
3
10 3.0-7
0
1
0
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2014
6 0 0 0.0 0
2015 12 1 0 1.0 5
TOTAL
18
1
0
1.0
5

10

Jomon Dotson

TB 5-10 174 Fr.


American Canyon, Calif.
(American Canyon)
2015: Played in five games ... saw his first Husky
action in the victory over Sacramento State, rushing six times for 12 yards ... also played in the UW
win over Arizona, with two carries ... 10 carries for
27 yards in the Husky win at Oregon State ... also
saw action in the Apple Cup win over Washington
State.

Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2015
5 18 42 0 9 2.3 8.4

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

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Korey Durkee 41
P 6-4 247 Sr.
Gig Harbor, Wash.
(Gig Harbor)

2015: Season punting average of 43.0 is No. 4 in


UW history while career average of 41.8 is No. 3
all-time at Washington ... had eight punts for an
average of 40.6 yards, with a long of 62 yards, in
the opener at Boise State ... just two punts in the
win over Sacramento State, one for a touchback
and one inside the 20 ... just two punts for a 52.5yard average in the win over Utah State ... three
punts for a 38.0-yard average vs. California ... notched 47.0-yard aveage on five
punts in Washingtons win at USC ... 44.0-yard average on five punts vs. Oregon
... punted seven times for an average of 44.9 yards (long of 58), with three punts
inside the 20, at Stanford ... had just one touchback vs. the Cardinal and Stanford
had no punt returns in the game ... four punts for a 40.2-yard average in the UW
win over Arizona ... at Arizona State, averaged 46.1 yards on five punts, with a
long of 54 ... only punted once at Oregon State, but kicked that one 53 yards ...
three punts for an average of 36.3 yards, with two punts downed inside the 20, in
the Apple Cup win over Washington State.
Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2012
4 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2013
13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
14 1 -1 0 0 -1.0 -0.1
2015
12 1 -27 0 0 -27.0 -2.2
TOTAL
43
2
-28 0
0 -14.0 -0.7
PUNTING g no. yards LG avg
2012
4 15 553 53 36.9
2013
13 0
0 0 0.0
2014
14 63 2653 65 42.1
2015
12 45 1935 62 43.0
TOTAL
43 123
5141 65 41.8

52 Jake Eldrenkamp

OL 6-5 296 Jr.


Medina, Wash.
(Bellevue)
2015: Named to the Academic All-Pac-12 first
team for a second straight year ... played in and
started 10 of the UWs 12 games ... started each
of the Huskies first two games at left guard ...
missed the Utah State and California games ... returned to action as the starter at left guard in the
win at USC and has started the last eight there
(including USC).

Travis Feeney

LB 6-4 226 Sr.


Richmond, Calif.
(Pinole Valley)

2015: Voted a team captain for the season ...


made the All-Pac-12 second team ... started all
games this season, except at Stanford ... started
at BUCK linebacker in the UWs season opener at
Boise State ... made four tackles, including half
a tackle for loss, at Boise ... also started in the
win over Sacramento State ... six tackles, including one-and-a-half for a loss, in the win over Utah
State ... four tackles (all solo), including one sack, vs. California ... terrific in the
win at No. 17 USC, totaling seven tackles, including three-and-a-half for losses
and two-and-a-half sacks, all of which came on crucial plays ... named Pac-12
Defensive Player of the Week after the USC win ... five tackles, two TFLs, a sack
and a forced fumble vs. Oregon ... one stop in limited action at Stanford ... named
Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week after a strong performance in the UWs 49-3
win over Arizona, when he totaled 11 tackles, including four and a half for loss
and two sacks, along with a pass break-up and two forced fumbles ... four and a
half tackles for loss were tied for eighth-most in UW single-game history ... three
tackles and a fumble recovery in the Utah game ... eight total tackles, including
one-and-a-half TFLs and half a sack, at Arizona State ... made a terrific long run
to make a touchdown-saving tackle at Oregon State ... three tackles, one for a
loss, in the Apple Cup win over Washington State ... named the Most Outstanding
Defensive Player at the UWs postseason awards ceremony.
Career Statistics
INTERCEPTIONS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2012
12 2 59 0 47 29.5 4.9
2013
13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
14 2 89 1 59 44.5 6.4
2015
12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
TOTAL
51
4
148 1
59 37.0
2.9
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2011
0 0 0 0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2012 12 49 27 76 6.0-33 2 1 0 0
2013 13 36 19 55 5.0-15 6 0 1 0
2014 14 43 17 60 4.5-22 5 1 1 0
2015 12 38 15 53 15.5-42 2 3 1 0
TOTAL
51 166 78
244 31.0-112
15
5
3
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2011
0 0 0 0.0
0
2012 12 4 0 4.0 27
2013 13 2 1 2.5 12
2014 14 1 0 1.0 12
2015 12 6 2 7.0 22
TOTAL
51 13
3
14.5
73

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

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Jarett Finau 3 Darren Gardenhire

DL 6-3 274 Sr.


Kirkland, Wash.
(Juanita)

DB 5-11 185 So.


Long Beach, Calif.
(Cabrillo)

2015: Saw action in the win over Sacramento


State and the victory at USC ... also played vs.
Oregon, Stanford, Arizona and Arizona State ...
earned the UWs Mark Drennan Defensive Scout
Team MVP at the teams postseason awards ceremony.

2015: Played in all 12 games, starting eight of


them ... started at cornerback in the opener at
Boise State ... two tackles vs. the Broncos ... had
one tackle in the win over Sacramento State ...
eight tackles in the win over Utah State ... started
the Cal game, when he had a 41-yard interception return ... also had five tackles vs. the Golden
Bears ... great game in a start vs. USC, when he
intercepted a pass on the third play of the game ... also had four tackles vs. the
Trojans ... one tackle vs. Oregon ... made six tackles in the game at Stanford ...
started the UW win over Arizona, making five total tackles ... two tackles in a start
vs. Utah ... three stops in a start at Arizona State ... served as a game captain vs.
WSU ... scored on a 28-yard fumble return in the Apple Cup win over the Cougars,
when he also had four tackles.

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2012
9 1 1
2 0.5-2 0 0 0 0
2013
5 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014
8 7 0
7 1.0-1 0 0 0 0
2015
6 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
28
8
1
9 1.5-3
0
0
0
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2012
9 0 1 0.5 2
2013
5 0 0 0.0 0
2014
8 1 0 1.0 1
2015
6 0 0 0.0 0
TOTAL
28
1
1
1.5
3

69

Cory Fuavai

OL 6-3 316 Sr.


Auburn, Wash.
(Auburn)
2015: Saw game action in the win over Sacramento State.

Career Statistics
INTERCEPTIONS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2014
12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
12 2 41 0 41 20.5 3.4
TOTAL
24
2
41 0
41 20.5
1.7
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 12 4 2
6 0.0-0 1 0 0 0
2015 12 22 19
41 0.0-0 7 0 1 0
TOTAL
24 26 21
47 0.0-0
8
0
1
0

89

John Gardner

WR 6-2 195 Fr.


Woodinville, Wash.
(Inglemoor)
2015: Saw his first Husky action in the victory
over Sacramento State ... also played late in the
Apple Cup win over Washington State.

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Greg Gaines

DL 6-1 310 Fr.


La Habra, Calif.
(La Habra)

2015: Played in all 12 games, starting five ...


earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... made
Husky debut in the opener at Boise State ... one
stop vs. the Broncos ... also had one tackle in the
victory over Sacramento State ... also played vs.
Utah State and California ... one tackle in Washingtons victory at USC ... two tackles vs. Oregon
... got first Husky start at Stanford, notching two
tackles ... earned a start vs. Utah, when he led the UW with 10 total tackles ... also
started at Arizona State, where he had three tackles ... started at Oregon State,
making three tackles ... one stop in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.
Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015 12 11 15
26 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

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Myles Gaskin 16

Marvin Hall

TB 5-9 192 Fr.


Lynnwood, Wash.
(ODea)

WR 5-10 190 Sr.


Los Angeles, Calif.
(Dorsey)

2015: The first true freshman ever at the UW to


rush for 1,000 yards in a season ... 18th Husky ever
to reach 1,000 yards, finishing the regular season
with 1,121, 11th-most in UW history ... also set
a UW true-freshman record with 10 rushing TDs
... honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... played in every game, starting six ... rushed for 100 or more
yards seven times ... made his debut in the UWs
season-opener at Boise State ... had five carries and one reception vs. the Broncos
... rushed for 146 yards and three touchdowns on just 10 carries in the UW victory over Sacramento State in week two ... rushed for scores from three, 16 and
78 yards ... 146 yards were third-most ever by a UW true freshman, behind only
Joe Steele (157 vs. Oregon in 1976) and Willie Hurst (155 vs. UCLA in 1998) ... 15
carries for 42 yards in the win over Utah State ... 15 yards on five carries vs. Cal
... second 100-yard game in the victory at USC, when he rushed for 134 yards and
a touchdown on 22 carries ... in the drive that culminated with his one-yard TD
run, was responsible for all 50 yards (on four carries) on the drive ... rushed for
155 yards and a TD on 18 carries in first career start, vs. Oregon ... first UW true
freshman ever to rush for 100 or more yards in back-to-back games and 155 yards
were second-most (tied) ever for a UW freshman ... made it three straight 100yard games with 108 yards and a TD on 18 carries at Stanford ... 49 yards on 11
carries in the Husky win over Arizona ... 20 carries for 93 yards and a touchdown
vs. Utah ... fifth 100-yard game of the season at Arizona State: 18 carries for 108
yards and one touchdown ... also had two receptions vs. the Sun Devils ... sixth
100-yard game of the year in the Oregon State win, going for 127 yards on 23
carries ... 32 carries for 138 yards and two touchdowns in the Apple Cup win over
Washington State ... named the Most Outstanding Offensive Player at the UWs
postseason awards ceremony.

2015: Played in every game in 2015 ... saw action


in Washingtons season opener at Boise State
... scored first career TD on a 78-yard pass from
Jake Browning in the win over Sacramento State
... tossed second touchdown pass of his career, a
27-yard strike to Joshua Perkins, in Washingtons
17-12 victory at USC ... caught an 11-yard pass in
the UW win over Arizona ... two receptions for 65
yards, as well as two carries for 10, at Arizona State ... caught a pass for eight
yards in the Apple Cup win over Washington State, when he earned his first start
of the season.

Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2015
12 201 1121 10 78 5.6 93.4
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2015
12 5 16 0 8 0.4 3.2 1.3
KICK RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2015
12 1 11 0 11 11.0 0.9

93

Connor Griffin

TE 6-4 235 So.


Lake Oswego, Ore.
(Lake Oswego/Gonzaga)
2015: Played in seven games ... made UW football
debut in the win over Sacramento State ... also
played in the Husky the final six games of the
regular season.

Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2012
6 1 -4 0 0 -4.0 -0.7
2013
10 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
13 4 17 0 10 4.2 1.3
2015
12 2 10 0 7 5.0 0.8
TOTAL
41
7
23 0
10
3.3
0.6
PASSING g c-a-i YdS td long pct avg/p effic
2012 6 0-0-0
0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2013 10 0-0-0
0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2014
13 2-2-0
64 1
36 100.0 32.0 533.8
2015
12 1-1-0
27 1
27 100.0 27.0 656.8
TOTAL
41 3-3-0
91
2
36 100.0
30.3 574.8
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2012
6 2 21
0 16 0.3
10.5 3.5
2013
10 8 140 0 50 0.8 17.5 14.0
2014
13 6 42 0 13 0.5 7.0 3.2
2015
12 5 162 1 78 0.4 32.4 13.5
TOTAL
41
21
365 1
78
0.5 17.4
8.9
PUNT RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2012
6 6 33 0 23 5.5 5.5
2013
10 5 47 0 18 9.4 4.7
2014
13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
TOTAL
41
11
80 0
23
7.3
2.0
KICK RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2012
6 16 357 0 37 22.3 59.5
2013
10 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
TOTAL
41
16
357 0
37 22.3
8.7

51

Luke Hutchison

LS 6-2 225 So.


Carnation, Wash.
(ODea)
2015: Saw his first action as a Husky during the
Sacramento State game ... also played in the UW
victories vs. Arizona and at Oregon State.

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Matt James 26

Sidney Jones

OL 6-4 285 Fr.


Coeur dAlene, Idaho
(Coeur dAlene)

DB 6-0 178 So.


Diamond Bar, Calif.
(West Covina)

2015: Earned honorable mention Academic AllPac-12 ... started at right tackle in the first two
games of the season ... saw action in all of the
Huskies games, other than at Arizona State and
vs. WSU.

2015: Named to the CoSIDA District VIII Academic


All-America first team ... first-team All-Pac-12 and
second-team Academic All-Pac-12 ... started every game at cornerback ... four tackles vs. Boise
State ... three stops in the win over Sacramento
State ... three tackles, one for a loss, plus a forced
fumble and three pass break-ups in the win over
Utah State ... had a big game vs. Cal, when he
forced a fumble, picked it up and ran 70 yards for a touchdown ... also had five
tackles, including a tackle for loss, vs. the Golden Bears ... forced a fumble, had
an interception and recorded four tackles in Washingtons 17-12 victory at USC ...
five tackles in the Oregon game ... one tackle at Stanford ... had an interception
and notched six tackles in Washingtons win over Arizona ... had an interception,
and returned it 35 yards, in the Utah game ... two tackles, including one for a loss,
at Arizona State ... made one tackle and also returned a recovered fumble 10
yards in the Oregon State game ... six tackles, a 69-yard interception return for a
touchdown and three other pass break-ups in the Apple Cup win over Washington
State, earning the teams Apple Cup Play of the Game award (for the interception
return).

Jaylen Johnson

DL 6-2 260 Fr.


Corona, Calif.
(Centennial)

2015: Played in every game in 2015 ... made college debut in the UW opener at Boise State ... also
played vs. Sacramento State ... one tackle (half a
tackle for loss) in the win over Utah State ... three
tackles, including a nine-yard solo sack, vs. California ... earned first college start vs. Oregon ...
two tackles at Stanford ... one stop at Arizona
State ... two tackles, including half of a tackle for
loss, at Oregon State ... recovered in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.
Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015 12 3 6
9
2.0-12 0 0 1 0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2015 12 1 0 1.0 9

Career Statistics
INTERCEPTIONS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2014
13 2 22 0 22 11.0 1.7
2015
12 4 125 1 69 31.2 10.4
TOTAL
25
6
147 1
69 24.5
5.9
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 13 48 13 61 2.5-9 7 1 1 0
2015 12 27 13 40 3.0-11 13 3 2 0
TOTAL
25 75 26
101
5.5-20
20
4
3
0

Austin Joyner

DB 5-10 186 Fr.


Marysville, Wash.
(Marysville-Pilchuck)
2015: Saw action in the Huskies season opener
at Boise State, primarily on special teams ... also
saw playing time in the Sacramento State win ...
missed the rest of the season due to an injury suffered vs. Sacramento State.

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

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Kevin King 73 Andrew Kirkland

DB 6-3 183 Jr.


San Leandro, Calif.
(Bishop ODowd)

OL 6-4 307 So.


Portland, Ore.
(Jesuit)

2015: Played in 11 of 12 games, starting eight


... made honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... had an
interception in each of Washingtons first three
games ... saw extensive action at cornerback vs.
Boise State ... two tackles and an interception
vs. the Broncos ... second straight game with an
interception in the win over Sacramento State ...
also had five tackles, including a tackle for loss,
vs. the Hornets ... three tackles, plus a pick, in the win over Utah State ... served
as a game captain vs. California, when he started and finished with four tackles ...
started in the win at USC, finishing with five tackles, including one for a six-yard
loss ... three tackles, half of a tackle for loss, vs. Oregon ... two tackles at Stanford
... missed the Arizona game due to injury ... returned to action vs. Utah, recording
three tackles ... started at Arizona State ... two tackles in a start at Oregon State
... team-high nine tackles, including two for a loss, a forced fumble and a fumble
recovery, in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.

2015: Played in 11 of 12 games, starting six ... saw


his first game action of the year in the win over
Sacramento State ... also played against Utah
State and California ... earned first career start,
as the right tackle, in Washingtons win at USC ...
also started at right tackle vs. Oregon, at Stanford
and in the win over Arizona ... played vs. Utah and
at ASU ... returned to a starting role at right tackle
at Oregon State ... started at left tackle in the Apple Cup win over Washington
State.

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ceremony.

Ralph Kinne

TB 5-10 214 So.


Shelton, Wash.
(Shelton)
2015: Played in a total of four games ... saw his
first game action in a Husky uniform in week two
vs. Sacramento State ... also played in the win
over Arizona and against Utah ... saw his most
significant action to date, with seven carries for
18 yards, including a 10-yard, pile-moving run,
at Oregon State ... won the Bob Jarvis Offensive
Scout Team MVP at the UWs postseason awards
Career Statistics

RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g


2014
1 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
4 7 18 0 10 2.6 4.5
TOTAL
5
7
18 0
10
2.6
3.6
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014
1 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015
4 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
5
1
0
1 0.0-0
0
0
0
0

18

OL 6-5 302 Jr.


Bellevue, Wash.
(Bellevue)
2015: Saw his first game time this season in
the win over Sacramento State ... also played in
Washingtons victories over Arizona and Oregon
State ... won the Tyee Sports Council Community
Service Award at the teams postseason awards
ceremony.

INTERCEPTIONS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g


2013
10 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
13 1 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
11 3 6 0 5 2.0 0.5
TOTAL
34
4
6 0
5
1.5
0.2
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2013 10 14 3 17 0.0-0 1 0 1 0
2014 13 43 22 65 0.5-1 4 1 0 0
2015 11 24 15 39 4.5-19 8 1 1 0
TOTAL
34 81 40
121
5.0-20
13
2
2
0

Michael Kneip

47

Scott Lawyer

LB 6-2 232 Sr.


San Jose, Calif.
(Oak Grove)

2015: Played in 10 of 12 games, starting three ...


saw action at linebacker in the season opener at
Boise State ... two tackles in the victory over Sacramento State ... three stops, half of a tackle for
loss, in the win over Utah State ... two stops vs.
California ... made four tackles in the UWs 17-12
win at USC ... started vs. Oregon, recording three
tackles vs. the Ducks ... also started at Stanford,
recording seven total tackles in that game ... started the win at Oregon State
... won the Don James Perseverence Award at the teams postseason awards
ceremony.
Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2012
4 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2013 12 12 6
18 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014 10 16 4
20 1.0-1 0 1 0 0
2015 10 11 11
22 0.5-1 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
36 39 21
60 1.5-2
0
1
0
0

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for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
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Brayden Lenius 5
WR 6-5 220 So.
North Vancouver,
B.C. (Chaminade)

2015: Played in all 12 games, starting six ... set


new career highs with three receptions for 37
yards in the opener at Boise State ... had a 16-yard
catch vs. Sacramento State ... four catches for 54
yards in a start vs. Utah State ... started against
California and USC ... made a circus catch vs. the
Trojans that made the SportsCenter Top 10 plays
that night ... two catches for 29 yards at USC ...
two catches for 27 yards vs. Oregon ... started at Stanford, catching one pass for
five yards ... scored first career TD in the win over Arizona, a five-yard reception
from Jake Browning ... three receptions for 36 in the Utah game ... career-high
six receptions for 59 yards at Arizona State ... scored a pair of touchdowns in the
victory at Oregon State, catching three passes for 29 yards.
Career Statistics
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2014
14 7 56 0 28 0.5 8.0 4.0
2015
12 26 307 3 30 2.2 11.8 25.6
TOTAL
26
33
363 3
30
1.3 11.0
14.0

19

Brandon Lewis

DB 5-10 186 Fr.


Rancho Murieta, Calif.
(Pleasant Grove)
2015: Earned first-team Academic All-Pac-12 ...
played in each game this season, other than at
Boise State vs. Utah ... broke up a pass in the win
over Sacramento State ... recorded a tackle in the
Husky win at Oregon State ... one tackle in the
Apple Cup win over Washington State.
Career Statistics

TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk


2015 10 2 0
2 0.0-0 1 0 0 0

Jeff Lindquist

QB 6-3 245 Jr.


Mercer Island, Wash.
(Mercer Island)

2015: Voted a captain for the season ... played


in 11 of 12 games ... earned honorable mention
Academic All-Pac-12 ... has played in each game
this season other than at Arizona State ... played
vs. Boise State in the season opener and also vs.
Sacramento State ... saw most extensive action of
the year in the win over Utah State, carrying the
ball seven times for 16 yards ... had one carry at
Stanford ... scored on an eight-yard run in Washingtons win over Arizona ... had
four carries for 18 yards in the game vs. the Wildcats.
Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2013
3 2 10 0 5 5.0 3.3
2014
13 16 63 2 14 3.9 4.8
2015
11 12 36 1 8 3.0 3.3
TOTAL
27
30
109 3
14
3.6
4.0
PASSING g c-a-i YdS td long pct avg/p effic
2013 3 0-0-0
0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2014 13 10-30-0 162 1 91 33.3 5.4 89.7
2015 11 0-0-0
0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
TOTAL 27 10-30-0 162 1 91 33.3 5.4 89.7
PUNTING g no. yards LG avg
2013
3 0
0 0 0.0
2014
13 1
32 32 32.0
2015
11 0
0 0 0.0
TOTAL
27
1
32 32 32.0

28

Nik Little

WR 6-4 205 So.


Newport Beach, Calif.
(Mater Dei/
Golden West JC)
2015: Played in four games in his first season at
the UW ... saw his first action as a Husky in the
game vs. Sacramento State ... also played against
Utah State, Oregon and Washington State.

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
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Cory Littleton 5

Joe Mathis

OLB 6-3 227 Sr.


Spring Valley, Calif.
(Mount Miguel)

DL 6-2 252 Jr.


Ontario, Calif.
(Upland)

2015: Started all 12 games during the season ...


named honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... started
the opener at Boise State, also serving as a game
captain ... made seven stops, all solo, and notched
a sack vs. the Broncos ... four tackles, two of them
for a loss, in a start vs. Sacramento State ... five
tackles, half a tackle for loss, in a start against
Utah State ... six tackles, including a solo sack,
vs. California ... six tackles, including half a tackle for loss, in Washingtons win at
USC ... three tackles, including one for a 10-yard loss on a rushing play, vs. Oregon
... five tackles, including a sack, at Stanford ... seven total tackles, including an
11-yard sack and another tackle for loss beyond that, in Washingtons win over
Arizona ... five tackles, including half a tackle for loss, vs. Utah ... made eight tackles, including one sack, at Arizona State ... one tackle, a sack, in the Apple Cup win
over Washington State ... named the L. Wait Rising Front 7 Man of the Year and
won the Chuck Niemi Big Hit Award at the teams postseason awards ceremony.

2015: Played in 10 games, starting six ... had started each game of the season before the USC game,
when UW opened in nickel coverage ... started the
opener at Boise State ... credited with five total
tackles, including two and a half tackles for a loss,
a sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery vs.
the Broncos ... also started vs. Sacramento State
... four tackles, half a tackle for loss in start vs.
Utah State ... six tackles, including half of a tackle for loss, vs. California ... four
tackles, including half of a tackle for loss, in Washingtons win at USC ... missed
the Oregon and Stanford games due to injury ... returned to starting role in the
win over Arizona ... three tackles, including half a tackle for loss, in a start against
Utah ... played, but didnt start, at Arizona State ... started at Oregon State ... two
tackles, including a sack-fumble, in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.

Career Statistics

TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk


2013 12 4 3
7 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014 11 10 6
16
2.0-15 0 0 0 0
2015 10 13 13
26
5.5-23 0 2 1 0
TOTAL
33 27 22
49 7.5-38
0
2
1
0

TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk


2012
9 6 8
14 1.5-4 0 1 0 0
2013 13 33 29
62
10.0-34 2 1 1 0
2014 14 22 15
37
3.5-12 2 1 1 0
2015 12 36 23
59
11.0-61 1 0 0 0
TOTAL
48 97 75
172 26.0-111
5
3
2
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2012
9 0 0 0.0 0
2013 13 3 4 5.0 21
2014 14 1 0 1.0 6
2015 12 5 2 6.0 44
TOTAL
48
9
6
12.0
71

46

Career Statistics

SACKS g ua a total yards


2013 12 0 0 0.0 0
2014 11 2 0 2.0 15
2015 10 2 0 2.0 14
TOTAL
33
4
0
4.0
29

Ryan Masel

LS 6-1 220 Sr.


Phoenix, Ariz.
(Desert Vista)
2015: Earned honorable mention Academic AllPac-12 ... handled nearly all of the UWs long
snaps this season ... credited with a tackle in the
Boise State game.

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2012 13 0 1
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2013 13 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014 14 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
52
2
1
3 0.0-0
0
0
0
0

20

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for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
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13 Chico McClatcher 58
WR 5-7 176 Fr.
Federal Way, Wash.
(Federal Way)

2015: Played in every game of his true freshman


season ... made UW debut in the season opener
at Boise State ... had two carries and three receptions vs. the Broncos ... scored on a 49-yard pass
from Jake Browning in the Sacramento State win
... also had two carries for 32 yards vs. the Hornets
... one carry for nine yards in the win over Utah
State ... had a 38-yard kick return and scored at
touchdown on a two-yard rush vs. California ... made a special teams tackle and
had three kick returns for 55 yards in Washingtons win at USC ... one carry and
one pass reception vs. Oregon, when he also returned four kickoffs for 101 yards
... had four kickoff returns (including a 43-yarder) and made a special teams tackle
at Stanford ... three carries for 32 yards, plus a 12-yard reception, in the Husky
win over Arizona ... had a reception and a special-teams tackle vs. Utah ... had a
two-yard run for a touchdown, a 56-yard kickoff return and a 38-yard punt return
at Oregon State ... three carries for 40 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown, in the
Apple Cup win over Washington State.
Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2015
12 15 127 3 28 8.5 10.6
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2015
12 7 72
1 49 0.6
10.3 6.0
PUNT RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2015
12 4 49 0 38 12.2 4.1
KICK RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2015
12 23 539 0 56 23.4 44.9
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015 12 3 1 4 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

30

Gavin McDaniel

Kaleb McGary

OL 6-7 302 Fr.


Fife, Wash. (Fife)
2015: Played in 11 games, starting five ... made
Husky debut in the Boise State game, seeing a
good deal of action at right tackle ... also saw extensive time in the victory over Sacramento State
... earned first start, at right tackle, in the win
over Utah State ... also started at right tackle vs.
Cal, when he recorded a tackle (after a turnover)
... returned to a starting role as the right tackle
vs. Utah ... also started there at Arizona State ...
started the Apple Cup at right tackle.

14

Jojo McIntosh

DB 6-0 196 Fr.


Canyon Country, Calif.
(Chaminade Prep)

2015: Played in all 12 games ... earned honorable


mention Academic All-Pac-12 ... saw first college
action in the opener at Boise State, recording
three tackles vs. the Broncos ... shared the team
lead in tackles with six vs. Sacramento State ...
four stops in the win over Utah State ... one tackle
in the Huskies victory at USC ... seven tackles and
a pass break-up in the Stanford game ... had seven
tackle and an interception in the Huskies victory
over Arizona ... six tackles in the Utah game ... two tackles at Oregon State ... one
tackle in the Apple Cup.
Career Statistics
INTERCEPTIONS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2015
12 1 8 0 8 8.0 0.7
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015 12 20 17
37 0.0-0 3 0 0 0

TB 5-8 188 Fr.


Coppell, Texas
(Coppell)
2015: Saw his first action as a Husky in the victory
over Sacramento State ... also saw action against
Cal.

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for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
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Jaydon Mickens 23
WR 5-11 170 Sr.
Los Angeles, Calif.
(Dorsey)

2015: Enters his final game as a Husky ranked


No. 2 in UW career receptions (195) and No. 5
in career receiving yards (2,092) ... played in all
12 games, starting 10 ... started in the opener vs.
Boise State, catching two passes for 16 yards ...
moved past Austin Seferian-Jenkins into fifth on
the UW career receptions list vs. Boise State ...
caught four passes for 42 yards in the victory over
Sacramento State ... four catches for 54 yards in the win over Utah State ... three
receptions vs. Cal ... became the No. 3 receiver in UW history (in terms of career
receptions) during Washingtons victory at USC, catching six passes for 49 yards
... three catches for 23 yards and a touchdown vs. Oregon ... three receptions
for 41 yards at Stanford ... three receptions for 56 yards in Washingtons victory
over Arizona ... caught five passes for 67 yards in the Utah game ... moved past
Jermaine Kearse into the No. 2 spot in UW career history for receptions with his
performance at Arizona State, where he caught five passes for 100 yards ... seven
receptions for 59 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown catch, at Oregon State ...
five catches for 81 yards, plus a 12-yard carry and a tackle, in the Apple Cup win
over Washington State.

Career Statistics
INTERCEPTIONS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2015
12 1 55 0 55 55.0 4.6
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015 12 4 1
5 0.0-0 1 0 0 0

29

RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g


2012
13 20 190 1 47 1.5 9.5 14.6
2013
13 65 688 5 68 5.0 10.6 52.9
2014
14 60 617 4 54 4.3 10.3 44.1
2015
12 50 597 2 43 4.2 11.9 49.8
TOTAL
52 195
2092 12
68
3.8 10.7
40.2

PUNT RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g


2012
13 1 7 0 7 7.0 0.5
2013
13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
14 3 14 0 15 4.7 1.0
2015
12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
TOTAL
52
4
21 0
15
5.2
0.4
KICK RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2012
13 19 408 0 31 21.5 31.4
2013
13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
14 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
TOTAL
52
19
408 0
31 21.5
7.8

DB 6-0 163 Fr.


Oceanside, Calif.
(Oceanside)
2015: Played in all 12 games as a true freshman
... saw action in the UWs season opener at Boise
State, primarily on special teams ... also played
at both cornerback and on special teams vs.
Sacramento State ... one tackle in the win over
Utah State ... first career interception, which he
returned 55 yards, at Oregon State, where he also
had three tackles.

Career Statistics

RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g


2012
13 3 26 0 20 8.7 2.0
2013
13 5 17 0 8 3.4 1.3
2014
14 17 103 2 36 6.1 7.4
2015
12 6 15 0 12 2.5 1.2
TOTAL
52
31
161 2
36
5.2
3.1

Jordan Miller

at Oregon State.

Connor OBrien

LB 6-3 238 So.


Trabuco Canyon, Calif.
(Santa Margarita
Catholic)
2015: Played in a total of seven games ... got
extensive playing time in the victory over Sacramento State, recording four tackles, including two
for a loss and his first career sack ... made a special teams tackle in Washingtons win at USC ...
two tackles, including an eight-yard sack, in the
Huskies win over Arizona ... notched two tackles

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014
5 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015
7 5 4
9
3.0-16 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
12
6
4
10 3.0-16
0
0
0
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2014
5 0 0 0.0 0
2015
7 2 0 2.0 14
TOTAL
12
2
0
2.0
14

TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk


2012 13 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2013 13 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014 14 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 1
TOTAL
52
2
0
2 0.0-0
0
0
0
1

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for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
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Taelon Parson 8 Dante Pettis


WR 6-1 192 So.
Gilbert, Ariz. (Perry)

2015: Saw action late in Washingtons win over


Sacramento State and also in the Apple Cup vs.
Washington State.

82

Joshua Perkins

TE 6-4 226 Sr.


Cerritos, Calif.
(Gahr)

2015: Ranks No. 6 in UW history in both career


receptions (63) and yards (842) by a tight end ...
played in all 12 games, starting seven ... earned
honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... named a midseason All-America first-teamer by SI.com ... started
at one tight end spot in the opener at Boise State
... two catches for 18 yards vs. the Broncos ... tied
career high with five receptions and set a new
high with 77 yards in the victory over Sacramento
State ... one catch for 17 yards in the win over Utah State, when he served as a
game captain ... five receptions for 55 yards in a start vs. California ... started vs.
USC, when he caught a 27-yard touchdown pass from wide receiver Marvin Hall ...
totaled four catches for 57 yards in the victory over the Trojans ... four catches for
40 yards vs. Oregon ... caught four passes for 58 yards and a score in Washingtons
win over Arizona ... had a 53-yard reception in a start vs. Utah ... three receptions
for 29 yards at Arizona State ... three receptions for 57 yards, including an 18-yard
touchdown, in the win at Oregon State ... one catch for nine yards in the Apple Cup
win over Washington State.
Career Statistics
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2012
9 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2013
13 5 57
3 23 0.4
11.4 4.4
2014
12 25 315 3 36 2.1 12.6 26.2
2015
12 33 470 3 53 2.8 14.2 39.2
TOTAL
46
63
842 9
53
1.4 13.4
18.3
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2012
9 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2013 13 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014 12 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 1 0
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
46
4
0
4 0.0-0
0
0
0
0

WR 6-0 185 So.


San Clemente, Calif.
(Junipero Serra)

2015: Punt return average of 16.0 yards this season is current No. 1 in UW history ... played in all
12 games, starting seven ... earned a spot on the
Academic All-Pac-12 second team ... started at
wide receiver at Boise State ... returned a punt
76 yards for a score vs. the Broncos, his second
career punt return for a touchdown ... earned Pac12 Special Teams Player of the Week on Sept. 7 ...
first Husky since Charles E.T. Frederick in 2002-03 to return more than one punt
for a TD during a career ... also caught two passes for 24 yards at Boise ... two
receptions for 34 yards, plus a 12-yard punt return, in the victory over Sacramento
State ... two receptions for 19 yards in the win over Utah State ... two catches for
18 yards, plus a 12-yard punt return, vs. California ... one catch for eight yards,
plus a 15-yard punt return, in a start at USC ... career-high four receptions for 65
yards vs. Oregon ... had a 33-yard catch in a start at Stanford ... had a 31-yard
touchdown reception in the Husky win over Arizona ... six receptions for 60 yards
in the Utah game ... two catches for 35 yards at Arizona State ... third career punt
return for a touchdown at Oregon State ... run one back 89 yards vs. the Beavers,
the fourth-longest punt return for a TD in Husky history ... also caught two passes
for 23 yards at OSU ... three receptions for 34 yards in the Apple Cup win over
Washington State.
Career Statistics
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2014
13 17 259 1 48 1.3 15.2 19.9
2015
12 28 384 1 33 2.3 13.7 32.0
TOTAL
25
45
643 2
48
1.8 14.3
25.7
PUNT RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2014
13 28 288 1 87 10.3 22.2
2015
12 16 271 2 89 16.9 22.6
TOTAL
25
44
559 3
89 12.7 22.4
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 13 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 1 1
2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
25
1
1
2 0.0-0
0
0
0
0

21

Quinten Pounds

WR 5-11 170 Fr.


Cypress, Calif.
(Cypress)
2015: Played in three games before suffering a
season-ending injury ... saw his first game action in the victory over Sacramento State ... also
played in the win over Utah State and against
California ... injured prior to the USC game and
missed the remainder of the season.

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

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54

Matt Preston 18
LB 6-2 213 Fr.
Corona, Calif.
(Diamond Ranch)

Isaiah Renfro

WR 6-1 207 Fr.


Los Angeles, Calif.
(Sierra Canyon)

2015: Saw his first action as a Husky in the win


over Arizona, when he recorded two tackles ...
also played in the Oregon State game, recording
one tackle ... member of the U.S. Army Reserve
Officer Training Corps (ROTC) at UW.

2015: Played in all 12 games of his true freshman


season ... made an appearance at wide receiver
in the season opener at Boise State ... made first
career reception, for 10 yards, in the victory over
Sacramento State ... had a 15-yard reception in
the win over Utah State ... had a 21-yard recepCareer Statistics
tion vs. California ... one reception vs. Oregon ...
two catches for 21 yards in the game at Stanford
TACKLES g ua a total
tfl pd ff fr blk ... two receptions for 30 yards in the Husky victory over Arizona ... three receptions
qbh
for 30 yards at Arizona State ... two receptions for 51 yards in the Apple Cup win
2015
2 1 2 3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0 over Washington State.
0
Career Statistics

11

Elijah Qualls

DL 6-1 311 So.


Petaluma, Calif.
(Casa Grande)

2015: Played in nine games, starting eight ... had


started each game this season until sitting out the
Utah, Arizona State and Oregon State games with
injury ... started the season opener at Boise State,
where he made six tackles ... made two tackles vs.
Sacramento State ... notched two tackles in the
win over Utah State ... four tackles, including two
sacks (for 13 yards in losses) vs. California ... two
tackles, including a sack, in the Huskies win at
USC ... four stops vs. Oregon ... three tackles, including half of a sack, at Stanford
... one stop in the win over Arizona ... returned to action in the Apple Cup win over
Washington State.

RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g


2015
12 13 178 0 43 1.1 13.7 14.8

80

Max Richmond

WR 5-9 178 Fr.


Bellevue, Wash.
(Bellevue)
2015: Played in five games in 2015 ... saw his first
UW action in the victory over Sacramento State ...
also played against Utah, Arizona State, Oregon
State and Washington State.

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 14 8 5
13 2.0-5 0 0 0 0
2015
9 15 9
24
3.5-22 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
23 23 14
37 5.5-27
0
0
0
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2014 14 0 0 0.0 0
2015
9 3 1 3.5 22
TOTAL
23
3
1
3.5
22

83

Neel Salukhe

WR 5-11 175 Sr.


San Jose, Calif.
(The Harker School)
2015: Played in the UW win over Sacramento
State and in the Apple Cup victory over Washington State.

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

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2015 PLAYER BIO UPDATES

88 Drew Sample 79 Coleman Shelton


TE 6-4 245 Fr.
Bellevue, Wash.
(Newport)

OL 6-4 293 So.


Pasadena, Calif.
(Loyola)

2015: Played in every game, starting seven ... saw


his first college action in the season opener at
Boise State ... started at one tight end spot in the
victory over Sacramento State ... also started in
the win over Utah State, when he caught his first
career pass, a three-yard touchdown ... caught a
three-yard pass in the win at USC ... started the
game at Stanford and also vs. Arizona ... also
started against Utah, catching two passes for 24
yards, including a touchdown ... had a 15-yard reception in a start at Arizona State
... earned the Earle T. Glant Tough Husky Award at the teams postseason awards
ceremony.

2015: Started all 12 games on the offensive line


... started the first two games of the season at left
tackle ... started in the Utah State and California
games at left guard ... started at right guard in the
victory at USC and against Oregon ... served as
a game captain vs. the Ducks ... started at right
guard against Stanford, Arizona, Utah, Arizona
State, Oregon State and Washington State ... won
the UWs John P. Angel Lineman of the Year award
at the teams awards ceremony.

Career Statistics

75

RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g


2015
12 5 45 2 23 0.4 9.0 3.8
KICK RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2015
12 1 11 0 11 11.0 0.9

38

DB 6-0 207 Jr.


Vancouver, Wash.
(Skyview)

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014
8 5 0
5 0.0-0 0 1 0 0
2015 10 2 1
3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
18
7
1
8 0.0-0
0
1
0
0

OL 6-5 311 Fr.


Garden Grove, Calif.
(Edison)
2015: Played in 11 of 12 games, starting two ...
saw his first action in a UW uniform in the victory
over Sacramento State and played in every game
after that ... earned first college start as the right
guard in the win over Utah State and also started
there vs. California.

Hayden Schuh

2015: Played in 10 of the Huskies 12 games ...


notched a tackle in the Husky win over Arizona ...
also played vs. Utah and at Arizona State ... two
tackles at Oregon State ... one tackle in the Apple
Cup win over Washington State.

Jesse Sosebee

65

Siosifa Tufunga

OL 6-3 314 Sr.


Long Beach, Calif.
(Long Beach Jordan)
2015: Voted a season captain by his teammates
... named a second-team Academic All-Pac-12
selection for a second straight season ... started
every game of the season at center ... won the
UWs Academic Achievement Award at the teams
postseason awards ceremony.

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

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2015 PLAYER BIO UPDATES

90

Taniela Tupou 74

John Turner

DL 6-2 288 Sr.


Marysville, Wash.
(Archbishop Murphy)

OL 6-3 289 Fr.


Los Angeles, Calif.
(Loyola)

2015: Voted a team captain ... earned secondteam All-Pac-12 ... started all 12 games on the
defensive line ... four tackles at Boise State in the
season opener ... two tackles, including a tackle
for loss in the victory over Sacramento State ...
preserved the UW shutout vs. the Hornets when
he blocked a fourth-quarter field-goal attempt ...
one tackle in a start vs. Utah State ... seven tackles, including one for a loss, vs. California ... had a
tackle and recovered a fumble in the win at USC ... seven tackles, half of a tackle
for loss, vs. Oregon ... one stop at Stanford ... three tackles in the victory over Arizona ... six tackles (all solo), two of them for a loss, plus a forced fumble against
Utah ... two tackles at Arizona State ... one stop at Oregon State ... won the Guy
Flaherty Most Inspirational Award, the UWs oldest and most prestigious team
honor, at the postseason awards ceremony ... also won the Iron Husky Award for
his efforts in the weight room.

2015: Saw his first game action as a Husky in the


victory over Sacramento State ... also played in
Washingtons win over Arizona.

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2012
6 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2013 13 4 4
8 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014 14 6 8
14 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 26 9
35
4.5-16 1 1 1 1
TOTAL
45 36 21
57 4.5-16
1
1
1
1

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Ezekiel Turner

DB 6-2 206 So.


Pasadena, Md.
(Glen Burnie /
L.A. Pierce College)

66 Damion Turpin

DL 6-4 276 Jr.


Compton, Calif.
(Dominguez)
2015: Played in seven of the Huskies 12 games ...
saw action in the Huskies opener at Boise State
... made a tackle in the victory over Sacramento
State ... also played in the win over Utah State
... one tackle at Stanford and another in the win
over Arizona.
Career Statistics

TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk


2013
4 2 0
2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014
5 0 0
0 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015
7 1 2
3 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
16
3
2
5 0.0-0
0
0
0
0

2015: Played in 11 of 12 games, starting once ...


made three tackles in the victory over Sacramento
State in his first action as a Husky ... two tackles
in the win over Utah State ... one stop vs. Oregon
... got his first UW start at Stanford, where he recorded seven total tackles ... four tackles, all solo,
in the Huskies win over Arizona ... one stop vs.
Utah ... two tackles against Oregon State ... one tackle in the Apple Cup win over
Washington State.
Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015 11 12 9
21 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

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2015 PLAYER BIO UPDATES

48 Cameron Van Winkle 36

Azeem Victor

PK 5-10 184 Jr.


Fall City, Wash.
(Mount Si)

LB 6-3 240 So.


Upland, Calif.
(Pomona)

2015: Made two of three attempts in the season


opener at Boise State ... made from 40 and 28 and
missed from 46 vs. the Broncos ... did not attempt
a field goal vs. Sacramento State, but did hit all
seven PAT attempts and also kicked off once ...
next-to-longest career field goal, from 48 yards,
in the win over Utah State ... successful from
36 yards out in only field goal attempt of the Cal
game ... made a 21-yarder and missed from 31 in the Huskies win at USC ...
made his two attempts in the Oregon game, from 40 and 46 yards ... no field goal
attempts, but perfect on PATs, in the win over Arizona ... terrific game vs. Utah,
when he made all three field-goal attempts, hitting from 42, 39 and 49 yards (a
season-long) ... made from 35 and missed from 45 at Arizona State ... made only
attempt of the Oregon State, from 32 yards ... made a 24-yarder and missed from
33 in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.

2015: Played in all 12 games, starting 10 (all except vs. Oregon and at Oregon State) ... named
honorable mention All-Pac-12 ... started at linebacker in the season opener at Boise State, where
he had a terrific game ... totaled 14 tackles (11
solo) and one tackle for loss vs. the Broncos ...
also started against Sacramento State ... gamehigh 12 tackles, including one for a loss, in a start
against Utah State ... 12 total tackles, including one and a half for loss, vs. California ... had a team-high 10 tackles, including two for a loss and half of a sack,
in Washingtons win over USC ... five tackles, one for a loss, vs. Oregon ... eight
tackles at Stanford ... three tackles and a pass break-up in the win over Arizona
... eight total tackles vs. Utah ... made nine tackles, all of them solo and including
one TFL, and also batted down a pass, at Arizona State ... made three tackles
and forced a fumble in the win at Oregon State ... made four tackles, recovered a
fumble and took his first career interception back 27 yards for a touchdown in the
Apple Cup win over Washington State ... named the winner of the Earle T. Glant
Tough Husky Award at the teams postseason awards banquet.

Career Statistics
SCORING g td rush rcv ret pat 2pat fg total avg/g
2013
5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0
2014
14 0 0 0 0 47 0 20 107 7.6
2015 12 0 0 0 0
44 0
13 83 6.9
TOTAL
31 0
0
0
0 91
0 33 190
6.1
FIELD GOALS g made att long pct
2013
5 0 0 0 0.0
2014
14 20 24 51 83.3
2015
12 13 17 49 76.5
TOTAL
31
33
41
51
80.5

50

Vita Vea

DL 6-5 340 Fr.


Milpitas, Calif.
(Milpitas)

2015: Played in all 12 games as a redshirt freshman ... saw his first college action in the season
opener at Boise State ... had two solo stops vs.
the Broncos ... made one tackle (for a loss) in the
win over Sacramento State ... also played against
Utah State and Cal ... had one stop in Washingtons win at USC ... one stop vs. Oregon and at
Stanford ... two tackles in the Husky victory over
Arizona ... three tackles, including one for a loss, vs. Utah ... three stops at Arizona
State ... one tackle in the win at Oregon State ... had a tackle and forced a fumble
in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.
Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015 12 12 4
16 2.0-2 0 1 0 1

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

Career Statistics
INTERCEPTIONS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2014
12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
12 1 27 1 27 27.0 2.2
TOTAL
24
1
27 1
27 27.0
1.1
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 12 4 1
5 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 55 33
88
7.5-20 5 1 1 0
TOTAL
24 59 34
93 7.5-20
5
1
1
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2014 12 0 0 0.0 0
2015 12 0 1 0.5 3
TOTAL
24
0
1
0.5
3

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Tristan Vizcaino

PK/P 6-2 205 So.


Chino Hills, Calif.
(Damien)

2015: Earned honorable mention Academic AllPac-12 ... the Huskies primary kickoff man, but
also punted, kicked a PAT and attempted one
field goal during the season ... handled all of the
kickoffs in the opener at Boise State, with three
of four going for touchbacks ... also kicked off in
the victory over Sacramento State, when he also
punted once for 46 yards ... scored a touchdown
on a two-yard run on a fake field goal in the win
over Utah State, also kicking his first PAT after that TD ... had a touchdown-saving
tackle on a kick return in the Oregon game ... had three punts against Utah, averaging 39.0 yards ... had a tackle on the kickoff team and also attempted a field goal
(a miss from 36 yards) in the Apple Cup win over Washington State.
Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2014
12 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
12 1 2 1 2 2.0 0.2
TOTAL
24 1 2 1 2 2.0 0.1

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2015 PLAYER BIO UPDATES


FIELD GOALS g made att long pct
2014
12 0 0 0 0.0
2015
12 0 1 0 0.0
TOTAL
24
0
1
0
0.0
PUNTING g no. yards LG avg
2014
12 1
33 33 33.0
2015
12 4 163 49 40.8
TOTAL
24
5
196 49 39.2
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2014 12 3 2
5 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 2 0
2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
24
5
2
7 0.0-0
0
0
0
0
KICKOFFS g no. yards avg
2014
12 70 4226 60.4
2015
12 67 4173 62.3
TOTAL
24 137
8399 61.3

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Jake Wambaugh

LB 6-1 220 Fr.


San Diego, Calif.
(Point Loma)
2015: Played in a total of six games as a redshirt
freshman ... got his first game action as a Husky
in the win over Sacramento State, recording one
tackle ... also played against Cal, Arizona, Utah,
Arizona State and Oregon State.

Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2015
6 0 1
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0

12 Dwayne Washington

TB 6-2 226 Jr.


Lakewood, Calif.
(Gahr)

2015: Played in nine games, starting six ... missed


the last three games of the season due to an injury
... started at tailback in the season opener at Boise
State, setting career highs with seven receptions
for 53 yards ... also carried the ball eight times vs.
the Broncos ... also started vs. Sacramento State,
when he rushed for a pair of touchdowns and also
caught two passes ... four-most-ever receiving
yards by a UW running back in the win over Utah State, catching five passes for
131 yards, including touchdowns of 81 and 33 yards ... rushed for 109 yards and
a touchdown (on a 14-yard run) vs. California ... also had three receptions for 19
yards against the Golden Bears ... started the win at USC, when he had nine carries and also caught two passes for 17 yards ... missed the Oregon game due to
an injury suffered in pre-game warm-ups ... two receptions for 18 yards, as well
as one carry, at Stanford ... scored on a 69-yard run and on a 13-yard reception
in Washingtons win over Arizona ... had 77 yards on four carries and 49 yards on
two receptions vs. the Wildcats ... six carries for 55 yards, plus two receptions,
vs. Utah.

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Career Statistics
RUSHING g att yards td long avg/c avg/g
2013
13 47 332 4 71 7.1 25.5
2014
13 132 697 9 68 5.3 53.6
2015
9 47 282 4 69 6.0 31.3
TOTAL
35 226
1311 17
71
5.8 37.5
RECEIVING g rec yards td long rec/g avg/c avg/g
2013
13 1 5 1 5 0.1 5.0 0.4
2014
13 15 91 0 29 1.2 6.1 7.0
2015
9 25 315 3 81 2.8 12.6 35.0
TOTAL
35
41
411 4
81
1.2 10.0
11.7
KICK RETURNS g no. yards td long avg/r avg/g
2013
13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2014
13 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0
2015
9 2 22 0 18 11.0 2.4
TOTAL
35
2
22 0
18 11.0
0.6
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2013 13 6 2
8 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014 13 0 1
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015
9 2 0
2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL
35
8
3
11 0.0-0
0
0
0
0

28 Psalm Wooching

OLB 6-4 236 Jr.


Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
(Kealakehe)

2015: Played in all 12 games ... played in the


Huskies opener at Boise State ... notched three
total tackles vs. the Broncos ... also had a tackle
in the win over Sacramento State and one in the
win over Utah State ... two tackles vs. California
... made one stop in Washingtons win over USC
... two tackles, including half a sack, vs. Oregon ...
four tackles, including half a sack, at Stanford ...
had a 41-yard fumble return and also notched a tackle in Washingtons win over
Arizona ... had a sack vs. Utah ... one tackle at Arizona State and two stops in the
Apple Cup win over Washington State.
Career Statistics
TACKLES g ua a total tfl pd ff fr blk
2013 11 0 1
1 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2014
8 2 0
2 0.0-0 0 0 0 0
2015 12 10 11
21
4.0-17 1 0 1 0
TOTAL
31 12 12
24 4.0-17
1
0
1
0
SACKS g ua a total yards
2013 11 0 0 0.0 0
2014
8 0 0 0.0 0
2015 12 1 2 2.0 12
TOTAL
31
1
2
2.0
12

These bio updates include information from the 2015 season


for players who saw game action this season. For previous
years information or for bios of players not listed here, visit
gohuskies.com/bowlcentral and click on the UW roster link.

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2015 Husky coaches

CHRIS PETERSEN

HEAD COACH
UC DAVIS 88
Second Season at UW

Chris Petersen, who has built a reputation as


an offensive innovator who carried the Boise
State football program to its highest highs, was
finally swayed to take on a new challenge when
he agreed to become head coach of the Huskies in
December of 2013.
In 2015, Petersens Huskies, featuring one of
the nations youngest squads (74 freshmen and
sophomores and only 14 seniors) and a schedule ranked by many as the nations
toughest (10 out of 12 qualified for bowls), rallied for the Dawgs sixth consecutive bowl berth. A stout Husky defense (first in the Pac-12 in both scoring and total
defense) led the way as a freshman-laden offense showed steady growth en route
to a 6-6 regular-season record.
Off the field, Petersens impact on the football programs academic success was
clear as well. In the most recently-completed academic quarter (spring, 2015), the
football team posted a team GPA of 3.08, highest in school history for football.
Nine players made the Deans List for spring.
In his first season at Washington, Petersen led the Huskies to an 8-6 record and
a berth in the TicketCity Cactus Bowl. He became the fastest active FBS coach to
reach 100 career victories doing so in 117 games and tied with Knute Rockne
for fifth fastest all-time after a win over cross-state rival Washington State in the
Apple Cup.
Petersens Built for Life coaching philosophy has been embraced on and off the
field by the Huskies in less than a year. Not only did Washington produce three
first-team and seven honorable mention All-Pac-12 players, but a combined five
players earned first or second team Academic All-Pac-12 recognition, including
Danny Shelton who was named First-Team Academic All-American a first for
Washington since 1991.
Petersen, 50, the only two-time winner of the Paul Bear Bryant Award (2006
and 2009), compiled an exceptional 92-12 record in his eight seasons as Boise
State head coach (2006-2013), including two unbeaten seasons (13-0 in 2006 and
14-0 in 2009) and two BCS bowl berths. He won five conference titles and posted
a 57-6 record in conference play (WAC from 2006-10 and Mountain West from
2011-13).
Petersen, who also won the Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year Award in 2010, led
the Broncos to 10 or more wins in seven of his eight seasons and to 12 or more in
four straight (2008-11).
In 2006, Petersens first season in charge in Boise, he led the Broncos to their
first undefeated season since 1958, when the school was a junior college. The
2006 season was capped by a 43-42 overtime win over Oklahoma in the Fiesta
Bowl, a game remembered by many as one of the greatest in bowl-game history.
That Boise team ended the year ranked No. 5 in the final Associated Press top 25
poll.
The following season, the Broncos went 10-3 and finished out of the polls for
what would be the only time in Petersens first seven seasons. The 2008 squad
went 12-1 and ranked No. 11 in the final top 25, finishing the regular season
undefeated.
In 2009, Petersen led the Broncos to their second undefeated campaign and
another Fiesta Bowl berth. Boise State beat TCU, 17-10, in Arizona, becoming the
first team from a non-BCS conference ever to win two BCS bowl games. The 09
Broncos checked in at No. 4 in the final AP poll.
The 2010 season ended with a 12-1 record, a No. 9 final ranking and a win in
the Las Vegas Bowl, the first of three straight trips to Vegas for Boise State. In
2011, BSU once again went 12-1, finishing with a No. 8 final ranking. Last season,
Petersens team went 11-2 and beat Washington in the Las Vegas Bowl, good for
a No. 18 final ranking.
This season, Boise State, which faced Washington in the first game at the newly

renovated Husky Stadium, finished the regular season with an 8-4 and still awaits
confirmation of a bowl game.
Throughout his teams unmatched on-field success, Petersen also saw his Broncos succeed in the classroom. In 2011, Boise State was the only school to finish
in the top 10 in both major polls and also receive a Public Recognition Award from
the NCAA for finishing in the top 10 percent of the Academic Progress Rate (APR),
the second of three straight such awards for the program.
Boise States APR was second in the nation in 2011 and 2012 and Petersen was
recognized in 2012 for having the best APR for the two previous years among all
FBS coaches.
Known for his work with quarterbacks, Petersen tutored Ryan Dinwiddie, Jared
Zabransky and Kellen Moore at Boise State. Moore, a classmate of former Husky
wide receiver Cody Bruns at Prosser (Wash.) High, set an NCAA record with 50
career wins as a starting QB while winning three conference player of the year
awards. Moore was the only player ever to record four 3,000-yard seasons in
both passing and total offense. His 142 passing touchdowns were second-most in
NCAA history while his 14,667 career passing yards were fifth-most. He twice led
the nation in passing efficiency and set an NCAA record for season interception
percentage, throwing just three in 431 attempts in 2009.
During the previous seven seasons, 47 Broncos earned all-conference honors
(the 2013 All-MWC team hast yet to be revealed).
Before taking over as head coach at Boise State, Petersen served as the Broncos offensive coordinator from 2001-05, during which his teams averaged 41.3
points per game, leading the nation in scoring in both 2002 and 2003.
Petersen began his coaching career in 1987 as freshman coach at his alma mater, UC Davis. In 1989, he became the Aggies varsity wide receivers coach. In
1992, Petersen moved to Pittsburgh, where he was quarterbacks coach. That season, Alex Van Pelt passes for more than 3,100 yards and 20 touchdowns.
In 1993, Petersen moved back west to take over a QBs coach at Portland State,
helping the Vikings to Division II playoff berths in each of his two seasons.
In 1995, he took a job at Oregon as the receivers coach under Mike Bellotti, a
position he held before moving to Boise as offensive coordinator in 2001.
Born in Yuba City, Calif., on Oct. 13, 1964, Petersen graduated from Yuba City
High in 1983 and went on to play quarterback at Sacramento City College. From
there, he transferred to UC Davis, earning a bachelors degree in psychology in
1988. He later earned a masters in educational psychology from Davis.
At Davis, he set numerous school records, including the single-season standards
for passing efficiency, completions, completion percentage, touchdown passes
and total offense as well as the career mark for completion percentage. He still
remains in the top 10 in Aggies history in numerous season and career categories
and his season and career completion percentage records still stand.
In 1986, Petersen was named the Northern California Athletic Conference Player
of the Year and earned UC Davis Colby E. Slater Award as the schools Male
Athlete of the Year. He was also a captain and won the teams Jerry Norris Award
(Most Valuable and Inspirational). He was inducted into the Cal Aggie Athletic
Hall of Fame in 1997.
Petersen and his wife, Barbara, are parents of two sons, Jack and Sam.

Petersens Head Coaching Career


Year School
2006 Boise State
2007 Boise State
2008 Boise State
2009 Boise State
2010 Boise State
2011 Boise State
2012 Boise State
2013 Boise State
2014 Washington
2015 Washington
Total

Overall Conference Bowl


13-0
8-0
Fiesta
10-3
7-1
Hawaii
12-1
8-0
Poinsettia
14-0
8-0
Fiesta
12-1
7-1
Las Vegas
12-1
6-1
Las Vegas
11-2
7-1
Las Vegas
8-4
6-2
Hawaii*
8-5
4-5
Cactus
6-6
4-5
Heart of Dallas
106-23
65-16
* did not coach in 2013 Hawaii Bowl

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Coaching Staff

KEITH BHONAPHA
RECRUITING
COORDINATOR/
RUNNING BACKS

JEFF CHOATE
SPECIAL TEAMS
COORDINATOR/
DEFENSIVE LINE

PETE KWIATKOWSKI
DEFENSIVE
COORDINATOR

JIMMY LAKE
CO-DEFENSIVE COORD./
DEFENSIVE BACKS

JORDAN PAOPAO
TIGHT ENDS

JONATHAN SMITH
OFFENSIVE COORD./
QUARTERBACKS

CHRIS STRAUSSER
ASSOCIATE
HEAD COACH/
OFFENSIVE LINE

BUSH HAMDAN
PASS GAME COORD./
WIDE RECEIVERS

TERRENCE BROWN
GRADUATE
ASSISTANT

KIRBY MOORE
GRADUATE
ASSISTANT

HANSEN SEKONA
GRADUATE
ASSISTANT

JOSHUA TAUFALELE
GRADUATE
ASSISTANT

TIM SOCHA
STRENGTH &
CONDITIONING

MARSHALL MALCHOW
DIR. OF OPERATIONS

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BOB GREGORY
ASST. HEAD COACH/
LINEBACKERS

RICH RASMUSSEN

CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICER

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2015 ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

Washington
2015
SEASON
STATS
2015 Washington
Huskies
Football
Washington Overall Team Statistics (as of Nov 27, 2015)
All games

Team Statistics

WASH

SCORING
Points Per Game
Points Off Turnovers
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
RUSHING YARDAGE
Yards gained rushing
Yards lost rushing
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Total Plays
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards
INT RETURNS: #-Yards
KICK RETURN AVERAGE
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
INT RETURN AVERAGE
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
Average Per Game
PUNTS-Yards
Average Per Punt
Net punt average
KICKOFFS-Yards
Average Per Kick
Net kick average
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
3rd-Down Pct
4TH-DOWN Conversions
4th-Down Pct
SACKS BY-Yards
MISC YARDS
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS
ON-SIDE KICKS
RED-ZONE SCORES
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS
PAT-ATTEMPTS
ATTENDANCE
Games/Avg Per Game
Neutral Site Games
Score by Quarters
Washington
Opponents

1st 2nd

354
29.5
69
234
95
128
11
1834
2208
374
433
4.2
152.8
22
2826
222-362-11
7.8
12.7
235.5
17
4660
795
5.9
388.3
32-662
20-320
15-358
20.7
16.0
23.9
15-10
66-601
50.1
55-2278
41.4
37.4
70-4368
62.4
40.0
29: 38
57/156
37%
8/18
44%
30-179
0
45
13-18
0-0
(38-47) 81%
(28-47) 60%
(45-45) 100%
433432
7/61919
3rd

65 106 125
31 87 49

4th

58
46

OT

0
0

OPP

213
17.8
54
226
86
120
20
1607
1934
327
465
3.5
133.9
13
2592
228-399-15
6.5
11.4
216.0
9
4199
864
4.9
349.9
44-966
12-80
11-160
22.0
6.7
14.5
20-12
69-577
48.1
67-2726
40.7
35.6
50-2859
57.2
36.9
30: 22
69/189
37%
10/21
48%
32-217
0
24
16-23
0-0
(28-36) 78%
(15-36) 42%
(21-22) 95%
236968
5/47394
0/0

Total
354
213

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2015 Washington Huskies Football


Washington Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 27, 2015)
All games

Washington 2015 SEASON STATS


Rushing

Gaskin, Myles
Washington, Dw.
Coleman, Lavon
McClatcher, C.
Cooper, Deontae
Dotson, Jomon
Lindquist, Jeff
Kinne, Ralph
Mickens, Jaydon
Hall, Marvin
Browning, Jake
Vizcaino, T.
Carta-Samuels
Pettis, Dante
Team
Durkee, Korey
Total
Opponents
Passing

Browning, Jake
Carta-Samuels
Hall, Marvin
Team
Mickens, Jaydon
Cooper, Deontae
Pettis, Dante
Total
Opponents
Receiving

Mickens, Jaydon
Perkins, Joshua
Pettis, Dante
Lenius, Brayden
Washington, Dw.
Daniels,Darrell
Renfro, Isaiah
McClatcher, C.
Hall, Marvin
Sample, Drew
Gaskin, Myles
Coleman, Lavon
Cooper, Deontae
Browning, Jake
Total
Opponents

32

gp

att

gain loss

net avg td

12 201 1158 37 1121 5.6 10


9 47 292 10 282 6.0 4
12 27 145
8 137 5.1 0
12 15 132
5 127 8.5 3
9 15
96
0
96 6.4 1
5 18
52 10
42 2.3 0
11 12
38
2
36 3.0 1
4
7
22
4
18 2.6 0
12
6
22
7
15 2.5 0
12
2
10
0
10 5.0 0
11 60 209 202
7 0.1 1
12
1
2
0
2 2.0 1
8
9
30 31
-1 -0.1 1
12
1
0
8
-8 -8.0 0
9 11
0 23 -23 -2.1 0
12
1
0 27 -27 -27.0 0
12 433 2208 374 1834 4.2 22
12 465 1934 327 1607 3.5 13
gp

11
8
12
9
12
9
12
12
12

gp

effic comp-att-int

pct

lg avg/g

78
69
29
28
11
9
8
10
12
7
25
2
10
0
0
0
78
76

yds td

139.87 210-334-10 62.9 2671 16


76.73 10-24-1
41.7 124 0
656.80
1-1-0
100.0
27 1
0.00
0-1-0
0.0
0 0
0.00
0-1-0
0.0
0 0
133.60
1-1-0
100.0
4 0
0.00
0-0-0
0.0
0 0
136.32 222-362-11 61.3 2826 17
111.64 228-399-15 57.1 2592 9
no.

yds

12 50 597
12 33 470
12 28 384
12 26 307
9 25 315
12 18 241
12 13 178
12
7
72
12
5 162
12
5
45
16
12
5
12
4
31
9
2
4
11
1
4
12 222 2826
12 228 2592

avg

11.9
14.2
13.7
11.8
12.6
13.4
13.7
10.3
32.4
9.0
3.2
7.8
2.0
4.0
12.7
11.4

td

2
3
1
3
3
1
0
1
1
2
0
0
0
0
17
9

lg avg/g

43
53
33
30
81
29
43
49
78
23
8
16
2
4
81
52

49.8
39.2
32.0
25.6
35.0
20.1
14.8
6.0
13.5
3.8
1.3
2.6
0.4
0.4
235.5
216.0

93.4
31.3
11.4
10.6
10.7
8.4
3.3
4.5
1.2
0.8
0.6
0.2
-0.1
-0.7
-2.6
-2.2
152.8
133.9

lg avg/g

81
33
27
0
0
4
0
81
52

242.8
15.5
2.2
0.0
0.0
0.4
0.0
235.5
216.0

Punt Returns

no.

Interceptions

no.

Kick Returns

no.

23
3
2
1
1
1
1
32
44

539
39
22
40
0
11
11
662
966

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

56
24
18
40
0
11
11
56
87

Fumble Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

Pettis, Dante
McClatcher, C.
Total
Opponents

16
4
20
12

Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin
Gardenhire, D.
Baker, Budda
McIntosh, JoJo
Beaver, Brandon
Miller, Jordan
Victor, Azeem
Total
Opponents

4
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
15
11

McClatcher, C.
Cooper, Deontae
Washington, Dw.
Baker, Budda
Kinne, Ralph
Gaskin, Myles
Sample, Drew
Total
Opponents

yds avg td

271
49
320
80

16.9
12.2
16.0
6.7

2
0
2
0

yds avg td

125
6
41
0
8
96
55
27
358
160

31.2
2.0
20.5
0.0
8.0
96.0
55.0
27.0
23.9
14.5

1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0

yds avg td

23.4
13.0
11.0
40.0
0.0
11.0
11.0
20.7
22.0

lg

89
38
89
15

lg

69
5
41
0
8
96
55
27
96
66

lg

Jones, Sidney
2
80 40.0 1 70
Wooching, Psalm
1
41 41.0 0 41
Gardenhire, D.
1 2015
28 Washington
28.0 1 28 Huskies Footb
Total
4 Overall
149 37.2
2 70Statistics (as o
Washington
Individual
Opponents
3 158 52.7 2All games
97
All Purpose

Gaskin, Myles
McClatcher, C.
Pettis, Dante
Washington, Dw
Mickens, Jaydon
Perkins, Joshua
Lenius, Brayden
Daniels,Darrell
Renfro, Isaiah
Hall, Marvin
Coleman, Lavon
Cooper, Deonta
Jones, Sidney
Beaver, Brandon
Sample, Drew
Miller, Jordan
Dotson, Jomon
Gardenhire, D.
Baker, Budda
Lindquist, Jeff
Victor, Azeem
Kinne, Ralph
Browning, Jake
McIntosh, JoJo
King, Kevin
Vizcaino, T.
Carta-Samuels
Team
Durkee, Korey
Total
Opponents

rush

rcv

12 1121
16
12 127
72
12
-8 384
9 282 315
12
15 597
12
0 470
12
0 307
12
0 241
12
0 178
12
10 162
12 137
31
9
96
4
12
0
0
6
0
0
12
0
45
12
0
0
5
42
0
12
0
0
11
0
0
11
36
0
12
0
0
4
18
0
11
7
4
12
0
0
11
0
0
12
2
0
8
-1
0
9 -23
0
12 -27
0
12 1834 2826
12 1607 2592

pr

0
49
271
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
320
80

kr

11
539
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
39
0
0
11
0
0
0
40
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
662
966

ir

total avg/g

0 1148 95.7
0 787 65.6
0 647 53.9
0 619 68.8
0 612 51.0
0 470 39.2
0 307 25.6
0 241 20.1
0 178 14.8
0 172 14.3
0 168 14.0
0 139 15.4
125 125 10.4
96
96 16.0
0
56 4.7
55
55 4.6
0
42 8.4
41
41 3.4
0
40 3.6
0
36 3.3
27
27 2.2
0
18 4.5
0
11 1.0
8
8 0.7
6
6 0.5
0
2 0.2
0
-1 -0.1
0 -23 -2.6
0 -27 -2.2
358 6000 500.0
160 5405 450.4

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2015 ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

2015 Washington Huskies Football


Washington Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 27, 2015)
All games

Washington 2015 SEASON STATS


Scoring

Van Winkle, C.
Gaskin, Myles
Washington, Dw.
McClatcher, C.
Pettis, Dante
Perkins, Joshua
Lenius, Brayden
Sample, Drew
Mickens, Jaydon
Jones, Sidney
Vizcaino, T.
Cooper, Deontae
Lindquist, Jeff
Daniels,Darrell
Carta-Samuels
Hall, Marvin
Browning, Jake
Victor, Azeem
Gardenhire, D.
Total
Opponents
Field Goals

td

10
7
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
45
24

fg

fg

kick

13-17 44-44
0-1
1-1
13-18 45-45
16-23 21-22

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0-2

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

Van Winkle, C.
Vizcaino, T.

13-17 76.5 0-0


0-1
0.0 0-0

FG Sequence

Washington

Boise State
Sacramento State
Utah State
California
ball
USC
of Nov 27, 2015)
Oregon
Stanford
Arizona
Utah
Arizona State
Oregon State
Washington State

PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf

(40),(28),46
(48)
(36)
31,(21)
(40),(46)
(42),(39),(49)
(35),45
(32)
(24),33,36

3-3
0-0

4-6
0-1

6-8
0-0

Opponents

(24)
44,48
(22)
(32),(41),(37)
(34),(21),46
(28),32,(24)
(28)
(27)
45,(43),(36)
(40),(23)
36
(41),42

0-0
0-0

pts

Total Offense

- 83
- 60
- 42
- 24
- 18
- 18
- 18
- 12
- 12
- 12
7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
- 354
- 213

lg blk

49
0

0
0

g plays

rush pass

total avg/g

Browning, Jake
Gaskin, Myles
Washington, Dw.
Coleman, Lavon
McClatcher, C.
Carta-Samuels
Cooper, Deontae
Dotson, Jomon
Hall, Marvin
Lindquist, Jeff
Kinne, Ralph
Mickens, Jaydon
Vizcaino, T.
Pettis, Dante
Team
Durkee, Korey
Total
Opponents

11
12
9
12
12
8
9
5
12
11
4
12
12
12
9
12
12
12

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

Kickoffs

no. yds avg tb ob retn

Durkee, Korey
Browning, Jake
Vizcaino, T.
Total
Opponents
Vizcaino, T.
Van Winkle, C.
Total
Opponents

394
7 2671 2678
201 1121
0 1121
47 282
0 282
27 137
0 137
15 127
0 127
33
-1 124 123
16
96
4 100
18
42
0
42
3
10
27
37
12
36
0
36
7
18
0
18
7
15
0
15
1
2
0
2
1
-8
0
-8
12 -23
0 -23
1 -27
0 -27
795 1834 2826 4660
864 1607 2592 4199

45 1935
6 180
4 163
55 2278
67 2726
67 4173
3 195
70 4368
50 2859

43.0
30.0
40.8
41.4
40.7

62
36
49
62
61

62.3 23
65.0 1
62.4 24
57.2 14

243.5
93.4
31.3
11.4
10.6
15.4
11.1
8.4
3.1
3.3
4.5
1.2
0.2
-0.7
-2.6
-2.2
388.3
349.9

7 14 12 13
0 0 6 0
0 0 2 0
7 14 20 13
1 23 18 12

0
0
0
0
1

net ydln

0
0
0 22.0 40.0
1 20.7 36.9

24
28

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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2015
2015
Washington SEASON
Huskies Football STATS
Washington Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 27, 2015)
All games

#
36
7
42
35
41
32
0C
26
20
14
90
25
99
0E
1A
47
28
24
50
0I
34
17
92
29
98
15
22
2C
13
66
54
38
12
8
43
19
46
72
58
52
53
96
40
6
16
82
1
9

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Tackles
a
tot

Defensive Leaders

gp

Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Feeney, Travis
Baker, Budda
Gardenhire, D.
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin
McIntosh, JoJo
Tupou, Taniela
Burr-Kirven,Ben
Gaines, Greg
Mathis, Joe
Qualls, Elijah
Lawyer, Scott
Wooching, Psalm
Turner, Ezekiel
Vea, Vita
Beaver, Brandon
Constantine, S.
Bartlett, Tevis
Johnson, Jaylen
O'Brien, Connor
Dissly, Will
Daniels,Darrell
Coleman, Lavon
Miller, Jordan
McClatcher, C.
Turpin, Damion
Preston, Matt
Schuh, Hayden
Washington, Dw.
Pettis, Dante
Vizcaino, T.
Lewis, Brandon
Masel, Ryan
Adams, Trey
McGary, Kaleb
Eldrenkamp, J.
Wambaugh, Jake
Bowman, Shane
Kinne, Ralph
Cooper, Deontae
Hall, Marvin
Perkins, Joshua
Mickens, Jaydon
Gaskin, Myles
Total
Opponents

12
55
33
12
48
22
12
36
23
12
37
20
12
38
15
11
25
17
12
22
19
12
27
13
11
24
15
12
20
17
12
26
9
12
19
15
12
11
15
10
13
13
9
15
9
10
11
11
12
10
11
11
12
9
12
12
4
6
10
4
12
4
8
12
7
4
12
3
6
7
5
4
12
6
2
12
4
2
12
3
2
12
4
1
12
3
1
7
1
2
2
1
2
10
2
1
9
2
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12
1
1
12
2
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10
2
.
12
1
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10
1
.
11
1
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10
1
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6
.
1
6
.
1
4
1
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9
.
1
12
.
1
12
1
.
12
1
.
12
1
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12 529 334
12 464 318

88
70
59
57
53
42
41
40
39
37
35
34
26
26
24
22
21
21
16
14
12
11
9
9
8
6
5
5
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
863
782

tfl/yds

7.5-20
7.5-54
11.0-61
1.5-5
15.5-42
1.5-7
.
3.0-11
4.5-19
.
4.5-16
1.0-10
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5.5-23
3.5-22
0.5-1
4.0-17
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2.0-12
3.0-16
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82-346
77-315

Sacks
no-yds

Pass defense
Fumbles
blkd
int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds
ff kick

0.5-3
1-27
3.5-20
.
6.0-44
.
0.5-4
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7.0-22
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2-0
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2-41
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32-217 11-160

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2015 Washington Huskies Football


Washington
2015
SEASON
Washington Team
Game-by-Game
(as of Dec 02, STATS
2015)
All games

TEAM STATISTICS
Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 04
at Boise State
Sep 12
SACRAMENTO STATE
Sep 19
UTAH STATE
Sep 26
CALIFORNIA
Oct 08
at USC
Oct 17
OREGON
Oct 24
at Stanford
Oct 31
ARIZONA
Nov 07
UTAH
Nov 14
at Arizona State
Nov 21
at Oregon State
Nov 27
WASHINGTON STATE
Washington
Opponents

Rushing
yds td

22
29 0
36 218 5
35
74 1
27 107 2
36 135 1
30 180 1
24 113 2
36 201 3
39 124 1
34 142 1
59 271 2
55 240 3
433 1834 22
465 1607 13

lg

no.

Receiving
yds td

lg

Passing
cmp-att-int
yds

td

lg

12 20 150 0 19
20-35-1 150 0 19
78 17 326 2 78
17-25-0 326 2 78
13 22 368 3 81
22-31-1 368 3 81
27 17 152 0 19
17-28-2 152 0 19
31 17 164 1 27
17-33-1 164 1 27
72 20 205 1 31
20-32-1 205 1 31
28
9 118 0 33
9-21-0 118 0 33
69 17 267 4 40
17-25-0 267 4 40
32 23 257 1 53
23-39-1 257 1 53
53 28 405 1 46
28-52-3 405 1 46
23 18 211 4 25
18-21-0 211 4 25
26 14 203 0 43
14-20-1 203 0 43
78 222 2826 17 81 222-362-11 2826 17 81
76 228 2592 9 52 228-399-15 2592 9 52

Kick Returns
no. yds td lg

2
1
3
3
3
4
4
1
7
0
2
2
32
44

22
40
61
73
55
101
104
6
102
0
65
33
662
966

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

18
40
29
38
21
30
43
6
26
0
56
20
56
87

Punt Returns
no. yds td lg

2 93
3 23
0
0
1 12
1 15
1
3
2 -3
2 11
0
0
5 39
3 127
0
0
20 320
12 80

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

tot
off

76 179
12 544
0 442
12 259
15 299
3 385
0 231
11 468
0 381
17 547
89 482
0 443
89 4660
15 4199

Games: 12 Avg/rush: 4.2 Avg/catch: 12.7 Pass effic: 136.32 KR avg: 20.7 PR avg: 16.0 All purpose avg/game: 500.0 Total offense avg/gm: 388.3
Date

Opponent

Date

Opponent

Sep 04 at Boise State


Sep 12 SACRAMENTO STATE
Sep 19 UTAH STATE
Sep 26 CALIFORNIA
Oct 08 at USC
Oct 17 OREGON
Oct 24 at Stanford
Oct 31 ARIZONA
Nov 07 UTAH
Nov 14 at Arizona State
Nov 21 at Oregon State
Nov 27 WASHINGTON STATE
Washington
Opponents

Sep 04 at Boise State


Sep 12 SACRAMENTO STATE
Sep 19 UTAH STATE
Sep 26 CALIFORNIA
Oct 08 at USC
Oct 17 OREGON
Oct 24 at Stanford
Oct 31 ARIZONA
Nov 07 UTAH
Nov 14 at Arizona State
Nov 21 at Oregon State
Nov 27 WASHINGTON STATE
Washington
Opponents

ua

58
34
30
52
34
51
37
56
45
59
29
44
529
464
no.

8
3
2
3
7
6
7
5
4
6
1
3
55
67

Tackles
a
total

18
24
38
36
52
22
50
28
24
8
16
18
334
318

yds

325
118
105
114
300
249
314
193
141
257
53
109
2278
2726

76
58
68
88
86
73
87
84
69
67
45
62
863
782

avg

40.6
39.3
52.5
38.0
42.9
41.5
44.9
38.6
35.2
42.8
53.0
36.3
41.4
40.7

tfl-yds

5.0-19
8.0-23
6.0-15
10.0-55
11.0-40
9.0-41
2.0-12
9.0-37
5.0-16
7.0-27
3.0-8
7.0-53
82.0-346
77.0-315

Sacks
no-yds

2.0-14
1.0-6
0.0-0
5.0-30
5.0-25
3.0-17
2.0-12
4.0-29
1.0-7
4.0-21
0.0-0
3.0-18
30.0-179
32.0-217

Punting

long

62
46
56
41
55
57
58
43
49
54
53
39
62
61

Fumble
ff fr-yds

blkd

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1

Pass Defense
blkd
int-yds qbh brup kick

1
1-0
0
0-0
1
0-0
1
1-70
1
1-0
1
0-0
0
0-0
2
1-41
1
2-0
0
0-0
1
1-10
5
5-28
14 12-149
11 10-158
tb

3
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
7
1

fc

3
0
0
2
0
0
4
2
0
1
0
2
14
23

1-1
1-5
2-96
1-41
2-4
0-0
1-0
3-25
1-35
0-0
1-55
2-96
15-358
11-160

50+

3
0
1
0
2
2
2
0
0
2
1
0
13
12

i20

2
2
1
0
3
1
3
2
2
2
0
2
20
18

0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
4
0
6
6

2
5
3
3
4
2
3
4
4
1
1
8
40
37

2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0

PAT Attempts
kick rush rcv saf

1-1
7-7
4-4
3-3
2-2
2-2
2-2
7-7
2-2
2-2
7-7
6-6
45-45
21-22

Field Goals

md-att

2-3
0-0
1-1
1-1
1-2
2-2
0-0
0-0
3-3
1-2
1-1
1-3
13-18
16-23

long blkd

40
0
48
36
21
46
0
0
49
35
32
24
49
43

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1

no.

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Kickoffs

yds

4 257
8 516
6 386
5 297
4 258
5 310
3 188
8 506
6 379
4 260
9 531
8 480
70 4368
50 2859

avg

64.2
64.5
64.3
59.4
64.5
62.0
62.7
63.2
63.2
65.0
59.0
60.0
62.4
57.2

off
t/o

0
7
7
7
7
0
0
7
3
0
3
28
69
54

tb

3
4
3
2
1
1
0
3
3
2
2
0
24
14

pts

13
49
31
24
17
20
14
49
23
17
52
45
354
213
ob

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1

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Washington
2015
SEASON
STATS
Washington Opponent
Game-by-Game
(as of Dec 02,
2015)
All games

OPPONENT STATISTICS
Date

Opponent

no.

Sep 04
at Boise State
Sep 12
SACRAMENTO STATE
Sep 19
UTAH STATE
Sep 26
CALIFORNIA
Oct 08
at USC
Oct 17
OREGON
Oct 24
at Stanford
Oct 31
ARIZONA
Nov 07
UTAH
Nov 14
at Arizona State
Nov 21
at Oregon State
Nov 27
WASHINGTON STATE
Opponents
Washington

Rushing
yds td

53 185 2
26
11 0
30
83 1
51 139 1
39 190 1
51 170 1
48 188 2
44 127 0
45 191 3
43 144 2
23 148 0
12
31 0
465 1607 13
433 1834 22

lg

no.

Receiving
yds td

19 17 152 0
7 20 201 0
20 17 171 0
24 24 342 2
23 16 156 0
18 14 272 2
19 17 290 2
16 25 203 0
18 12 155 0
48 22 253 1
76
8 109 1
20 36 288 1
76 228 2592 9
78 222 2826 17

lg

Passing
cmp-att-int
yds

td

lg

23
17-27-1 152 0
27
20-38-1 201 0
49
17-33-2 171 0
52
24-41-1 342 2
26
16-29-2 156 0
48
14-25-0 272 2
50
17-24-1 290 2
41
25-42-3 203 0
34
12-25-1 155 0
32
22-34-0 253 1
37
8-23-1 109 1
30
36-58-2 288 1
52 228-399-15 2592 9
81 222-362-11 2826 17

23
27
49
52
26
48
50
41
34
32
37
30
52
81

Kick Returns
no. yds td lg

1
4
3
2
3
4
3
4
3
2
7
8
44
32

21
97
98
43
66
132
79
80
66
31
106
147
966
662

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

21
33
60
25
29
87
38
24
26
19
37
48
87
56

Punt Returns
no. yds td lg

1
2
0
0
1 -1
0
0
3 12
3 30
0
0
0
0
1 13
3 24
0
0
0
0
12 80
20 320

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2

tot
off

2 337
0 212
0 254
0 481
15 346
15 442
0 478
0 330
13 346
12 397
0 257
0 319
15 4199
89 4660

Games: 12 Avg/rush: 3.5 Avg/catch: 11.4 Pass effic: 111.64 KR avg: 22.0 PR avg: 6.7 All purpose avg/game: 450.4 Total offense avg/gm: 349.9
Date

Opponent

Date

Opponent

Sep 04 at Boise State


Sep 12 SACRAMENTO STATE
Sep 19 UTAH STATE
Sep 26 CALIFORNIA
Oct 08 at USC
Oct 17 OREGON
Oct 24 at Stanford
Oct 31 ARIZONA
Nov 07 UTAH
Nov 14 at Arizona State
Nov 21 at Oregon State
Nov 27 WASHINGTON STATE
Opponents
Washington

Sep 04 at Boise State


Sep 12 SACRAMENTO STATE
Sep 19 UTAH STATE
Sep 26 CALIFORNIA
Oct 08 at USC
Oct 17 OREGON
Oct 24 at Stanford
Oct 31 ARIZONA
Nov 07 UTAH
Nov 14 at Arizona State
Nov 21 at Oregon State
Nov 27 WASHINGTON STATE
Opponents
Washington

36

ua

31
36
37
35
34
30
18
36
50
56
54
47
464
529
no.

7
9
4
3
6
5
3
5
4
11
7
3
67
55

Tackles
a
total

24
20
34
18
34
34
30
18
24
8
42
32
318
334

yds

249
349
139
114
262
228
144
198
158
507
280
98
2726
2278

55
56
71
53
68
64
48
54
74
64
96
79
782
863

avg

35.6
38.8
34.8
38.0
43.7
45.6
48.0
39.6
39.5
46.1
40.0
32.7
40.7
41.4

tfl-yds

7.0-25
8.0-37
7.0-14
6.0-50
3.0-9
6.0-30
4.0-16
5.0-22
8.0-36
8.0-35
7.0-14
8.0-27
77.0-315
82.0-346

Sacks
no-yds

2.0-13
3.0-24
1.0-4
4.0-40
2.0-8
4.0-28
1.0-6
2.0-13
5.0-32
4.0-30
2.0-4
2.0-15
32.0-217
30.0-179

Punting

long

50
50
42
44
53
50
51
55
52
61
48
38
61
62

Fumble
ff fr-yds

blkd

1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

Pass Defense
blkd
int-yds qbh brup kick

1
0-0
1
1-0
2 2-104
2
3-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
0
0-0
3
3-54
1
1-0
1
0-0
0
0-0
11 10-158
14 12-149
tb

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
7

fc

1
1
2
2
5
3
1
0
2
2
2
2
23
14

1-7
0-0
1-0
2-21
1-7
1-6
0-0
0-0
1-27
3-26
0-0
1-66
11-160
15-358

50+

1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
5
0
0
12
13

i20

0
2
1
1
2
3
1
0
2
5
0
1
18
20

0
0
0
0
1
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
6
6

2
4
0
5
3
4
6
3
3
6
1
0
37
40

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3

PAT Attempts
kick rush rcv saf

1-2
0-0
2-2
3-3
0-0
2-2
4-4
0-0
4-4
3-3
1-1
1-1
21-22
45-45

Field Goals

md-att

1-1
0-2
1-1
3-3
2-3
2-3
1-1
1-1
2-3
2-2
0-1
1-2
16-23
13-18

long blkd

24
0
22
41
34
28
28
27
43
40
0
41
43
49

0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

no.

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

off
t/o

0
0
7
13
3
0
0
0
17
7
0
7
54
69

Kickoffs

yds

4 219
1
52
4 243
7 325
3 193
6 388
5 315
2 100
7 362
6 390
2 105
3 167
50 2859
70 4368

avg

54.8
52.0
60.8
46.4
64.3
64.7
63.0
50.0
51.7
65.0
52.5
55.7
57.2
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tb

2
0
1
1
0
2
1
1
0
6
0
0
14
24

pts

16
0
17
30
12
26
31
3
34
27
7
10
213
354
ob

0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

37

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

12
23
20
15
17
17
11
22
20
27
28
22
234

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

4-14
3-11
6-12
2-9
6-17
5-13
4-11
5-11
7-16
3-14
5-13
7-15
57-156

8-18
6-18
5-15
10-20
1-13
9-18
6-14
6-18
6-15
4-17
3-11
5-12
69-189

21
11
13
28
20
21
25
22
19
19
8
19
226

Total

3rd Down
Conversions

13 - 16
49 - 0
31 - 17
24 - 30
17 - 12
20 - 26
14 - 31
49 - 3
23 - 34
17 - 27
52 - 7
45 - 10
354 - 213

Score

0-0
2-4
1-2
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-2
1-3
3-6
0-0
8-18

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

1-2
0-1
1-3
1-3
2-2
1-1
2-2
1-4
1-2
0-0
0-0
0-1
10-21

11
8
1
10
4
17
11
9
9
7
9
8
9
5
10 14
12 12
6
19
3
12
1
7
86 128

4th Down
Conversions

1
10
3
6
9
7
6
8
7
8
16
14
95

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

25:38
26:09
32:48
20:11
32:29
29:09
19:55
27:54
31:40
30:48
41:22
37:28
355:31

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

-8:44
-7:42
5:36
-19:38
4:58
-1:42
-20:10
-4:12
3:20
1:36
22:44
14:56
-8:58

1.3
6.1
2.1
4.0
3.8
6.0
4.7
5.6
3.2
4.2
4.6
4.4
4.2

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

3.5
0.4
2.8
2.7
4.9
3.3
3.9
2.9
4.2
3.3
6.4
2.6
3.5

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

5.6
5.3
5.2
8.3
5.4
10.9
12.1
4.8
6.2
7.4
4.7
5.0
6.5

Avg
Yds/Pass

3.1
8.9
6.7
4.7
4.3
6.2
5.1
7.7
4.9
6.4
6.0
5.9
5.9

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

4.2
3.3
4.0
5.2
5.1
5.8
6.6
3.8
4.9
5.2
5.6
4.6
4.9

8-40.6
3-39.3
2-52.5
3-38.0
7-42.9
6-41.5
7-44.9
5-38.6
4-35.2
6-42.8
1-53.0
3-36.3
55-41.4

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

7-35.6
9-38.8
4-34.8
3-38.0
6-43.7
5-45.6
3-48.0
5-39.6
4-39.5
11-46.1
7-40.0
3-32.7
67-40.7

80-337
64-212
63-254
92-481
68-346
76-442
72-478
86-330
70-346
77-397
46-257
70-319
864-4199
Punting
Number-Avg

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

Total Offense
Plays-Yards

152
57-179
201
61-544
171
66-442
342
55-259
156
69-299
272
62-385
290
45-231
203
61-468
155
78-381
253
86-547
109
80-482
288
75-443
2592 795-4660
Avg
Yds/Play

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

Yards

17-27-1
150
20-38-1
326
17-33-2
368
24-41-1
152
16-29-2
164
14-25-0
205
17-24-1
118
25-42-3
267
12-25-1
257
22-34-0
405
8-23-1
211
36-58-2
203
228-399-15 2826

4.3
13.0
11.9
5.4
5.0
6.4
5.6
10.7
6.6
7.8
10.0
10.1
7.8

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

Passing
Comp-Att-Int

20-35-1
17-25-0
22-31-1
17-28-2
17-33-1
20-32-1
9-21-0
17-25-0
23-39-1
28-52-3
18-21-0
14-20-1
222-362-11

Avg
Yds/Rush

53-185
26-11
30-83
51-139
39-190
51-170
48-188
44-127
45-191
43-144
23-148
12-31
465-1607

TOP
Margin

/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/

Rushing
Number-Yards

22-29
36-218
35-74
27-107
36-135
30-180
24-113
36-201
39-124
34-142
59-271
55-240
433-1834

34:22
33:51
27:12
39:49
27:31
30:51
40:05
32:06
28:20
29:12
18:38
22:32
364:29

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0
1
2
3
3
2
3
1
1
1
2
20

Time of
Possession

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Pen

9
3
10
3
8
0
15
0
8
1
9
2
14
0
9
0
6
1
12
0
4
0
16
1
120 11

First Downs
Rush
Pass

Note: Game totals are displayed in the format TEAM/OPPONENT for each category

Boise State
SACRAMENTO STATE
UTAH STATE
CALIFORNIA
USC
OREGON
Stanford
ARIZONA
UTAH
Arizona State
Oregon State
WASHINGTON STATE
Totals

Opponent

Boise State
SACRAMENTO STATE
UTAH STATE
CALIFORNIA
USC
OREGON
Stanford
ARIZONA
UTAH
Arizona State
Oregon State
WASHINGTON STATE
Totals

Opponent

2015 Washington Huskies Football


Washington Team Game-by-Game Comparison (as of Dec 02, 2015)
All games

5-32
3-30
3-38
5-53
7-60
8-64
3-30
4-49
6-65
7-60
5-40
10-80
66-601

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7-66
8-75
5-25
6-35
8-62
9-82
6-53
4-22
6-60
3-39
3-30
4-28
69-577

30
97
201
64
85
168
79
80
160
81
106
213
1364
Penalties
Number-Yards

116
68
157
196
74
104
101
83
137
39
257
157
1489

Return
Yards

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2
3
1
4
2
4
1
2
5
4
2
2
32

2
1
2
2
3
0
1
4
3
0
2
7
27

Sacks

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2
1
0
5
5
3
2
4
1
4
0
3
30

1
1
3
5
1
1
0
0
4
4
0
1
21

TurnOvers

Washington 2015 SEASON STATS


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Washington Passing Game-by-Game (as of Dec 02, 2015)
All games

38

#3 Browning, Jake
Boise State
Sacramento State
Utah State
California
USC
Oregon
Arizona
Utah
Arizona State
Oregon State
Washington State
TOTALS

Comp
20
17
22
17
16
19
16
23
28
18
14
210

Att
34
24
31
28
32
30
24
39
52
20
20
334

Int
1
0
1
2
1
0
0
1
3
0
1
10

Pct
58.8
70.8
71.0
60.7
50.0
63.3
66.7
59.0
53.8
90.0
70.0
62.9

Yards
150
326
368
152
137
199
263
257
405
211
203
2671

TD Long
0
19
2
78
3
81
0
19
0
22
1
31
4
40
1
53
1
46
4
25
0
43
16
81

Sacked
2-13
2-14
1-4
4-40
2-8
4-28
2-13
4-24
4-30
2-4
2-15
29-193

Effic
90.00
212.43
196.17
92.03
79.71
130.05
213.72
117.66
114.08
244.62
145.26
139.87

#11 Carta-Samuels
Sacramento State
Oregon
Stanford
TOTALS

Comp
0
1
9
10

Att
1
2
21
24

Int
0
1
0
1

Pct
0.0
50.0
42.9
41.7

Yards
0
6
118
124

TD Long
0
0
0
6
0
33
0
33

Sacked
1-10
0-0
1-6
2-16

Effic
0.00
-24.80
90.06
76.73

#16 Hall, Marvin


USC
TOTALS

Comp
1
1

Att
1
1

Int
0
0

Pct
100.0
100.0

Yards
27
27

TD Long
1
27
1
27

Sacked
0-0
0-0

Effic
656.80
656.80

#6 Cooper, Deontae
Arizona
TOTALS

Comp
1
1

Att
1
1

Int
0
0

Pct
100.0
100.0

Yards
4
4

TD Long
0
4
0
4

Sacked
0-0
0-0

Effic
133.60
133.60

#1 Mickens, Jaydon
Oregon State
TOTALS

Comp
0
0

Att
1
1

Int
0
0

Pct
0.0
0.0

Yards
0
0

TD Long
0
0
0
0

Sacked
0-0
0-0

Effic
0.00
0.00

#TM Team
Boise State
TOTALS

Comp
0
0

Att
1
1

Int
0
0

Pct
0.0
0.0

Yards
0
0

TD Long
0
0
0
0

Sacked
0-0
0-0

Effic
0.00
0.00

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2015 Washington Huskies Football
Washington Rushing/Receiving Game-by-Game (as of Dec 02, 2015)
All games
RUSHING
Gaskin, Myles
Washington, Dw.
Coleman, Lavon
McClatcher, C.
Cooper, Deontae
Dotson, Jomon
Lindquist, Jeff
Kinne, Ralph
Mickens, Jaydon
Hall, Marvin
Browning, Jake
Vizcaino, T.
Carta-Samuels
Pettis, Dante
Team
Durkee, Korey

No-Yds/TD
201-1121/10
47-282/4
27-137/0
15-127/3
15-96/1
18-42/0
12-36/1
7-18/0
6-15/0
2-10/0
60-7/1
1-2/1
9--1/1
1--8/0
11--23/0
1--27/0

BSU
5-5/0
8-14/0
1--2/0
2-6/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-5/0
4-3/0
1--2/0
-

RECEIVING
Mickens, Jaydon
Perkins, Joshua
Pettis, Dante
Washington, Dw.
Lenius, Brayden
Daniels,Darrell
Renfro, Isaiah
Hall, Marvin
McClatcher, C.
Sample, Drew
Coleman, Lavon
Gaskin, Myles
Browning, Jake
Cooper, Deontae

No-Yds/TD
50-597/2
33-470/3
28-384/1
25-315/3
26-307/3
18-241/1
13-178/0
5-162/1
7-72/1
5-45/2
4-31/0
5-16/0
1-4/0
2-4/0

BSU
2-16/0
2-18/0
2-24/0
7-53/0
3-37/0
3-3/0
1--1/0
DNP

SAC
USU
CAL
USC
ORE
STAN
ARIZ
14-146/3 15-42/0 5-16/0 22-134/1 18-155/1 18-108/1 11-49/0
4-13/2
5-2/0 10-109/1 9-15/0
1--3/0
4-77/1
6-44/0
1-0/0
3-13/0
2-32/0
1-9/0
1-2/1
1-1/0
3-32/0
DNP
4-25/0
6-12/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
2-3/0
7-16/0
1-2/0
4-18/1
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
2-4/0
1--6/0
3--8/0
3--1/0
9--13/0
2--8/0
6--5/0
DNP
5-7/1
1-2/1
1--21/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
2-16/0
4-6/1
1--1/0
3--6/0
DNP
3--10/0
SAC
4-42/0
5-77/0
2-34/0
2-20/0
1-16/0
1-10/0
1-78/1
1-49/1
DNP

USU
4-54/0
1-17/0
2-19/0
5-131/2
4-54/0
4-75/0
1-15/0
1-3/1
-

CAL
3-9/0
5-55/0
2-18/0
3-19/0
3-30/0
1-21/0
-

USC
6-49/0
4-57/1
1-8/0
2-17/0
2-29/0
1-3/0
1-1/0
-

ORE
3-23/1
4-40/0
4-65/0
2-37/0
1-0/0
1-9/0
2-22/0
1-5/0
2-4/0

STAN
3-41/0
1-33/0
2-18/0
1-5/0
2-21/0
DNP
-

ARIZ
3-56/0
4-58/1
1-31/1
2-49/1
1-5/1
1-11/0
2-30/0
1-11/0
1-12/0
1-4/0
-

UTAH
ASU
OSU
WSU
20-93/1 18-108/1 23-127/0 32-138/2
6-55/0
DNP
DNP
DNP
7-43/0
9-39/0
2-5/1
3-40/1
DNP
3-15/0
6-48/1
2-8/0
DNP
DNP
10-27/0
DNP
DNP
7-18/0
DNP
1-0/0
1-12/0
2-10/0
9-12/0
10-7/0
3-7/0
6-6/0
DNP
1-2/0
1--4/0
1--8/0
1--1/0
DNP
DNP
2--3/0
1--27/0
UTAH
5-67/0
1-53/0
6-60/0
2-8/0
3-36/0
1-1/0
1--1/0
2-24/1
2-9/0
DNP

ASU
5-100/0
3-29/0
2-35/0
DNP
6-59/0
4-61/1
3-30/0
2-65/0
1-15/0
2-11/0
-

OSU
7-59/1
3-57/1
2-23/0
DNP
3-29/2
3-43/0
-

WSU
5-81/0
1-9/0
3-34/0
DNP
2-20/0
2-51/0
1-8/0
-

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2015 Washington Huskies Football
Washington Total Tackles Game-by-Game (as of Dec 02, 2015)
All games
Total Tackles

Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Feeney, Travis
Baker, Budda
Gardenhire, D.
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin
McIntosh, JoJo
Tupou, Taniela
Burr-Kirven,Ben
Mathis, Joe
Gaines, Greg
Qualls, Elijah
Lawyer, Scott
Turner, Ezekiel
Wooching, Psalm
Vea, Vita
Beaver, Brandon
Constantine, S.
Bartlett, Tevis
O'Brien, Connor
Johnson, Jaylen
Dissly, Will
Daniels,Darrell
Miller, Jordan
Coleman, Lavon
McClatcher, C.
Turpin, Damion
Schuh, Hayden
Preston, Matt
Vizcaino, T.
Lewis, Brandon
Pettis, Dante
Washington, Dw.
Masel, Ryan
Adams, Trey
Cooper, Deontae
Eldrenkamp, J.
Bowman, Shane
Mickens, Jaydon
Wambaugh, Jake
McGary, Kaleb
Kinne, Ralph
Hall, Marvin
Gaskin, Myles

40

UA-A

55-33
48-22
36-23
37-20
38-15
25-17
22-19
27-13
24-15
20-17
26-9
19-15
13-13
11-15
15-9
11-11
12-9
10-11
12-4
10-4
4-8
7-4
5-4
3-6
6-2
4-2
4-1
3-2
3-1
1-2
2-1
1-2
2-0
2-0
1-1
2-0
1-0
1-0
0-1
1-0
0-1
1-0
0-1
1-0
1-0
0-1
1-0

Total

88
70
59
57
53
42
41
40
39
37
35
34
26
26
24
22
21
21
16
14
12
11
9
9
8
6
5
5
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

BSU

1 1 -3
6-1
7-0
1-1
3-1
3-1
1-1
2-1
1-1
2-1
3-1
4-2
1-0
4-2
DNP
2-1
2-0
1-0
0-1
1-0
DNP
1-0
DNP
DNP
1-0
1-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
-

SAC

2-0
2-2
2-1
1-0
0-1
2-1
4-1
3-3
2-0
3-3
1-0
0-2
1-1
2-1
1-0
1-0
1-2
1-0
3-1
1-1
0-1
0-1
DNP
DNP
0-1
0-1
1-0
-

USU

5-7
4-3
2-3
1-0
2-4
1-0
3-5
2-1
1-2
2-2
1-0
1-3
0-2
1-2
1-1
0-1
0-1
DNP
0-1
1-0
1-0
DNP
1-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
-

CAL

5-7
6-6
4-2
3-2
4-0
DNP
4-1
4-1
1-3
4-3
3-3
4-0
1-1
0-2
5-3
0-1
1-0
DNP
2-1
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-0
DNP
-

USC

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

ORE

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

STAN

5-3
3-2
1-4
2-2
1-0
3-7
2-4
1-0
1-1
4-3
1-0
3-4
DNP
0-2
2-1
1-6
1-6
2-2
1-0
DNP
0-1
0-2
1-0
1-0
1-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
DNP
-

ARIZ

1-2
5-0
4-3
3-1
9-2
2-1
3-2
5-1
DNP
5-2
2-1
3-4
1-0
1-1
1-0
DNP
4-0
0-1
1-1
DNP
0-1
2-1
1-1
1-1
0-1
1-0
1-1
-

UTAH

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

ASU

9-0
4-1
7-1
8-2
6-2
3-0
3-0
2-0
1-0
2-0
4-1
2-1
DNP
1-0
3-0
DNP
DNP
1-0
1-0
DNP
DNP
DNP
1-0
DNP
DNP
1-0

OSU

3-0
1-1
1-1
1-0
0-1
2-0
1-1
0-1
2-1
2-1
DNP
1-0
1-1
2-0
0-1
DNP
2-0
2-1
1-1
0-2
1-0
2-1
2-0
1-0
0-1
1-0
DNP
0-1
-

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WSU

3-1
5-3
1-0
5-3
2-1
2-1
3-1
4-2
8-1
0-1
1-1
0-1
1-0
1-1
1-0
DNP
1-0
2-0
1-0
DNP
0-1
DNP
1-0
1-0
DNP
DNP
1-0
DNP
DNP
-

Washington 2015 SEASON STATS

T he Last Time . . .
100-Yard Rusher
by UW
138, Myles Gaskin vs. Washington State, 11/27/15
by Opp. 150, Devontae Booker, Utah, 11/7/15

Scored on Over a 50-Yard Pass Play


by UW
81 yards, Jake Browning to Dwayne Washington vs. Utah St., 9/19/15
by Opp. 52 yards, Jared Goff to Kenny Lawler, California, 9/26/15

Two 100-Yard Rushers


by UW
179, Bishop Sankey at Oregon State, 11/23/13

166, Deontae Cooper at Oregon State, 11/23/13

141, Dwayne Washington at Oregon State, 11/23/13
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

25 Pass Completions
by UW
28, Jake Browning at Arizona State, 11/14/15
by Opp. 36, Peyton Bender, Washington State, 11/27/15

Three 100-Yard Rushers


by UW
179, Bishop Sankey, at Oregon State, 11/23/13

166, Deontae Cooper, at Oregon State, 11/23/13

141, Dwayne Washington, at Oregon State, 11/23/13
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 or more TD Passes


by UW
4, Jake Browning at Oregon State, 11/21/15
by Opp. 7, Vernon Adams, Eastern Washington, 9/6/14

200-Yard Rusher
by UW
200, Bishop Sankey vs. Washington State, 11/29/13
by Opp. 200, Terrance Ganaway, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

100-Yard Receiver
by UW
100, Jaydon Mickens at Arizona State, 11/14/15
by Opp. 112, Christian McCaffrey, Stanford, 10/24/15

60-Yard Rush Play


by UW
69, Dwayne Washington vs. Arizona, 10/31/15
by Opp. 76, Paul Lucas, Oregon State, 11/21/15

200-Yard Receiver
by UW
216, Charles Frederick at Oregon State, 10/18/03
by Opp. 244, Golden Tate, Notre Dame, 10/3/09

70-Yard Rush Play


by UW
72, Myles Gaskin vs. Oregon, 10/17/15
by Opp. 76, Paul Lucas, Oregon State, 11/21/15

100 Yards Receiving by Two or More Players


by UW
Reggie Williams (116) and Patrick Reddick (105) vs. California, 10/5/02
by Opp. Cooper Kupp (145) and Kendrick Bourne (114), E. Washington, 9/6/14

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

Ten or more Receptions


by UW
10, Jaydon Mickens at California, 10/11/14
by Opp. 13, Nelson Spruce, Colorado, 11/1/14

Three Rushing TDs


by UW
Myles Gaskin (3) vs. Sacramento State, 9/12/15
by Opp. Royce Freeman (4), Oregon, 10/18/14

Three or more TD Receptions


by UW
4, Jermaine Kearse vs. Oregon State, 10/16/10
by Opp. 3, Cooper Kupp, Eastern Washington, 9/6/14

30 or more Rushes
by UW
32, Myles Gaskin vs. Washington State, 11/27/15
by Opp. 34, Devontae Booker, Utah, 11/7/15

Three Field Goals


by UW
Cameron Van Winkle (3) vs. Utah, 11/7/15
by Opp. Matt Anderson (3), California, 9/26/15

Team Rushed for 300 Yards


by UW
356, vs. Eastern Washington, 9/6/14
by Opp. 317, Arizona State, 10/19/13

Four Field Goals


by UW
Erik Folk (4) at USC, 10/2/10
by Opp. Zane Gonzales (4), Arizona State, 10/19/13

300-Yard Passer
by UW
405, Jake Browning at Arizona State, 11/14/15
by Opp. 342, Jared Goff, California, 9/26/15

50+ Yard Field Goal


by UW
51, Cameron Van Winkle vs. Illinois, 9/13/14
by Opp. 53, Giorgio Tavecchio, California, 11/27/10

40 Pass Attempts
by UW
52, Jake Browning at Arizona State, 11/14/15
by Opp. 58, Peyton Bender, Washington State, 11/27/15

Four or more TD Passes


by UW
4, Jake Browning at Oregon State, 11/21/15
by Opp. 7, Vernon Adams, Eastern Washington, 9/6/14

400-Yard Passer
by UW
405, Jake Browning Arizona State, 11/14/15
by Opp. 475, Vernon Adams, Eastern Washington, 9/6/14

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The Last Time ...
Missed Point After Touchdown
by UW
Team (bad snap/hold) vs. Stanford, 9/27/14
by Opp. Tyler Rausa (blocked), Boise State, 9/4/15

Scored a Safety
by UW
Team (punt snap out of endzone), vs. Arizona, 9/28/13
by Opp. Team (punt snap fumbled out of endzone), Illinois, 9/13/14

Two Interceptions
by UW
Sidney Jones at Arizona, 11/15/14
by Opp. Eddie Pleasant, Oregon, 11/5/11

Surpassed 500-Yards Total Offense


by UW
547, at Arizona State, 11/14/15
by Opp. 554, Oregon, 9/180/14

Three Interceptions
by UW
Russell Hairston, vs. Oregon, 10/23/93
by Opp. Lamont Thompson, Washington State, 11/22/97

Surpassed 600-Yards Total Offense


by UW
692, at Oregon State, 11/23/13
by Opp. 631, Oregon, 10/12/13

Made 15+ Tackles


by UW
15, John Timu vs. Boise State, 12/22/12
by Opp. 15, Jonathan Brown, Illinois, 9/14/13

Recorded a Shutout
by UW
49-0, vs. Sacramento State, 9/12/15
by Opp. 0-41, Stanford, 10/30/10

Made 20+ Tackles


by UW
22, John Fiala at Arizona State, 9/7/96
by Opp. 21, Marcus Bell, Arizona, 10/3/98

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

Punt Returned for TD


by UW
89 yards, Dante Pettis at Oregon State, 11/21/15
by Opp. 63 yards, Richard Morrison, Arizona, 10/20/12

Scored 50 Points
by UW
52-7, at Oregon State, 11/21/15
by Opp. 52-59, Eastern Washington, 9/6/14

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

Scored 60 Points
by UW
69-27, at Oregon State, 11/23/13
by Opp. 67-56, Baylor (Alamo Bowl), 12/20/11

Punt Blocked (No TD)


by UW
Jaydon Mickens at Boise State, 9/4/15
by Opp. Deone Bucannon, Washington State, 11/26/11

Played to a Tie
by UW
21-21 vs. USC, 10/28/95

Blocked Field Goal


by UW
Brad Cornish (by Taniela Tupou) vs. Sacramento State, 9/12/15
by Opp. Cameron Van Winle (by Cameron Walker), California, 10/11/14
Kickoff Returned for TD
by UW
96 yards, John Ross vs. Oklahoma State, 1/2/15
by Opp. 98 yards, Victor Bolden, Oregon State, 11/23/13
Interception Returned for TD
by UW
Azeem Victor (27 yards) vs. Washington State, 11/27/15
by Opp. Armand Perry (61 yards), vs. Arizona State, 10/25/14
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
28 yards, Darren Gardenhire vs. Washington State, 11/27/15
by Opp. 54 yards, Gionni Paul, Utah, 11/7/15

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Played an Overtime Game


Win
35-34 win vs. Oregon State, 10/16/10
Loss
28-31 loss at Washington State, 11/23/12
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
74, vs. Utah State, 9/19/15
by Opp. 31, Washington State, 11/27/15
Team Failed to Pass for 100-Yards
by UW
72, vs. Nebraska (Holiday Bowl), 12/30/10
by Opp. 51, Colorado, 11/17/12
10 or more Penalties
by UW
10, vs. Washington State, 11/27/15
by Opp. 11, Illinois, 9/13/14
100 Penalty Yards
by UW
111, at Arizona, 11/15/14
by Opp. 110, Illinois, 9/13/14

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W ashington P oints off Turnovers

Sept. 4 at Boise State


UW interception (King from Finley)
UW fumble recovery (Mathis from K. Young)
Sept. 12 vs. Sacramento State
UW interception (King from Kniffin)
Sept. 19 vs. Utah State
UW interception (King from Keeton)
UW interception (Beaver from Keeton)
Sept. 26 vs. California
UW interception (Gardenhire from Goff)
UW fumble recovery (S. Jones from Enwere)
Oct. 8 at USC
UW interception (Gardenhire from Kessler)
UW interception (S. Jones from Kessler)
UW fumble recovery (Tupou from Smith-Schuster)
Oct. 17 vs. Oregon no Oregon turnovers
Oct. 24 at Stanford
UW interception (Baker from Hogan)
Oct. 31 vs. Arizona
UW interception (S. Jones from Solomon)
UW interception (McIntosh from Randall)
UW interception (Baker from Solomon)
UW fumble recovery (Wooching from Grant)
Nov. 7 vs. Utah
UW fumble recovery (Feeney from team)
UW fumble recovery (Bierria from Booker)
UW interception (S. Jones from Wilson)
Nov. 14 at Arizona State no ASU turnovers
Nov. 21 at Oregon State
UW fumble recovery (S. Jones from N. Mitchell)
UW interception (Miller from McMaryion)
Nov. 27 vs. Washington State
UW fumble recovery (Victor from Harrington)
UW fumble recovery (Johnson from Bender)
UW interception (S. Jones from Bender)
UW fumble recovery (Bowman from Bender)
UW fumble recovery (Gardenhire from Marks)
UW interception (Victor from Bender)
UW fumble recovery (King from Wicks)

Outcome
UW punt
UW punt
Outcome
UW touchdown (Washington, 11-yd. run)
Outcome
UW touchdown (Washington, 33-yd. rec. from Browning)
UW fumble (Rocquemore from Lindquist)
Outcome
end of first half
UW returned for touchdown (S. Jones, 70-yd. return)
Outcome
UW missed field goal (Van Winkle, 31 yds.)
USC interception (Marshall from Browning)
UW touchdown (Perkins, 27-yd. rec. from Hall)

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

Outcome
UW punt
Outcome
UW punt
UW punt
end of half
UW touchdown (Browning, 12-yd. run)
Outcome
UW field goal (Van Winkle, 39 yds.)
UW punt
UW punt

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

Outcome
UW field goal (Van Winkle, 32 yds.)
UW loss of downs
Outcome
UW touchdown (McClatcher, 26-yd. run)
end of first half
UW returned for touchdown (S. Jones, 69 yds.)
UW missed field goal (Vizcaino, 36 yds.)
UW returned for touchdown (Gardenhire, 28 yds.)
UW returned for touchdown (Victor, 27 yds.)
end of game
Totals: 27 turnovers, 9 touchdowns, 2 FGs, 69 points

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

O pponent P oints off Turnovers

Sept. 4 at Boise State


BSU interception (Thompson from Browning)
Sept. 12 vs. Sacramento State
SAC fumble recovery (Jackson from Carta-Samuels)
Sept. 19 vs. Utah State
USU interception (Centers from Browning)
USU fumble recovery (Floyd from Lenius)
USU fumble recovery (Rocquemore from Lindquist)
Sept. 26 vs. California
Cal fumble recovery (Downs from Browning)
Cal interception (White from Browning)
Cal fumble recovery (Nickerson from Renfro)
Cal fumble recovery (White from Washington)
Cal interception (Drew from Browning)
Oct. 8 at USC
USC interception (Marshall from Browning)
Oct. 17 vs. Oregon
ORE interception (Amadi from Carta-Samuels)
Oct. 24 at Stanford no UW turnovers
Oct. 31 vs. Arizona no UW turnovers
Nov. 7 vs. Utah
UTAH interception (Paul from Browning)
UTAH fumble recovery (Tuikolovatu from Washington)
UTAH fumble recovery (Paul from Washington)
UTAH fumble recovery (Tuikolovatu from Browning)
Nov. 14 at Arizona State
ASU interception (K. Brown from Browning)
ASU interception (Sam from Browning)
ASU fumble recovery (Boateng from Perkins)
ASU interception (Ball from Browning)
Nov. 21 at Oregon State no UW turnovers
Nov. 27 vs. Washington State
WSU interception (Pippins from Browning)

Outcome
BSU loss of downs
Ou tcome
blocked field goal
Outcome
UW interception (King from Keeton)
UW interception (Beaver from Keeton)
USU returned for a touchdown (Rocquemore, 97 yds.)
Outcome
Cal loss of downs
Cal field goal (Anderson, 41 yds.)
Cal touchdown (Treggs, 28-yd. pass from Goff)
Cal field goal (Anderson, 37 yds.)
end of game
Outcome
USC field goal (Wood, 34 yds.)
Outcome
end of game

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

Outcome
UTAH touchdown (Booker, 4-yd. run)
UTAH fumble
UTAH returned for touchdown (Paul, 54 yds.)
UTAH field goal (Phillips, 36 yds.)
Outcome
ASU touchdown (Ballage, 48-yd. run)
ASU punt
ASU punt
end of game

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

Outcome
WSU touchdown (D. Williams, 1-yd. rec. from Bender)
Totals: 21 turnovers, 6 touchdowns, 4 FGs, 54 points

Points
7 points

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20152015
Washington SEASON
Huskies Football
Washington
STATS
Washington Game Results (as of Dec 02, 2015)
All games

Date

Opponent

Sep 04, 2015


Sep 12, 2015
Sep 19, 2015
* Sep 26, 2015
* Oct 08, 2015
* Oct 17, 2015
* Oct 24, 2015
* Oct 31, 2015
* Nov 07, 2015
* Nov 14, 2015
* Nov 21, 2015
* Nov 27, 2015

at #23 Boise State


SACRAMENTO STATE
UTAH STATE
CALIFORNIA
at #17 USC
OREGON
at #10 Stanford
ARIZONA
UTAH
at Arizona State
at Oregon State
WASHINGTON STATE

L
W
W
L
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
W

Score

Overall

Conference

Time

Attend

13-16
49-0
31-17
24-30
17-12
20-26
14-31
49-3
23-34
17-27
52-7
45-10

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

0-0
0-0
0-0
0-1
1-1
1-2
1-3
2-3
2-4
2-5
3-5
4-5

3:15
3:02
3:04
3:27
3:08
3:23
2:57
3:07
3:32
3:17
2:57
3:21

36836
55010
59464
61066
63623
69285
50424
56749
61420
51695
34390
70438

2 0 1 5 G ame - by - G ame S tarters


Opponent
WR LT
at Boise State
Daniels# Shelton
SACRAMENTO ST.
Ajamu# Shelton
UTAH STATE
Ajamu# Adams
CALIFORNIA
Lenius Adams
at USC
Lenius
Adams
OREGON
Daniels# Adams
at Stanford
Lenius
Adams
ARIZONA
Lenius Adams
UTAH
Daniels# Adams
at Arizona State
Lenius
Adams
at Oregon State
Daniels# Adams
WASHINGTON ST.
Daniels# Kirkland
# - started as second/third tight end
Opponent
DE
at Boise State
Mathis
SACRAMENTO ST.
Mathis
UTAH STATE
Mathis
CALIFORNIA
King^
at USC
King^
OREGON
Johnson
at Stanford
Gaines
ARIZONA
Mathis
UTAH
Mathis
at Arizona State
King^
at Oregon State
Mathis
WASHINGTON ST.
King^
^ - started as fifth defensive back

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LG C RG RT TE QB
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Brostek
James
Perkins Browning
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Brostek
James
Sample Browning
Shelton
Tufunga Sosebee McGary Sample Browning
Shelton Tufunga Sosebee McGary Sample Browning
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Shelton
Kirkland Perkins Browning
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Shelton Kirkland Perkins Browning
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Shelton
Kirkland Sample Carta-Samuels
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Shelton Kirkland Perkins Browning
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Shelton McGary Perkins Browning
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Shelton
McGary Sample Browning
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Shelton
Kirkland Perkins Browning
Eldrenkamp Tufunga Shelton
McGary Sample Browning

NT
Qualls
Qualls
Qualls
Qualls
Qualls
Qualls
Qualls
Qualls
Gaines
Gaines
Gaines
Gaines

DT
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou
Tupou

BUCK LB
Feeney
Bierria
Feeney
Bierria
Feeney
Bierria
Feeney
Bierria
Feeney
Bierria
Feeney
Bierria
Dissly
Lawyer
Feeney
Bierria
Feeney
Bierria
Feeney
Bierria
Feeney
Bierria
Feeney
Bierria

LB LB
Victor
Littleton
Victor
Littleton
Victor
Littleton
Victor
Littleton
Victor
Littleton
Lawyer Littleton
Victor
Littleton
Victor
Littleton
Victor
Littleton
Victor
Littleton
Lawyer Littleton
Lawyer Littleton

FS
Baker
Baker
Baker
Beaver
Baker
Baker
Baker
Baker
Baker
Baker
Baker
Baker

TB WR WR
Washington Mickens Pettis
Washington Mickens Pettis
Washington Daniels# Lenius
Washington Mickens Pettis
Washington Mickens Pettis
Gaskin
Mickens Pettis
Gaskin
Mickens Pettis
Gaskin
Daniels# Sample#
Washington Mickens Sample#
Gaskin
MIckens Daniels#
Gaskin
Mickens Pettis
Gaskin
Mickens Hall
SS CB CB
Clay
Gardenhire S. Jones
Clay
King
S. Jones
Clay
King
S. Jones
Clay
Gardenhire S. Jones
Clay
Gardenhire S. Jones
Clay
Gardenhire S. Jones
E. Turner King
S. Jones
Clay
Gardenhire S. Jones
Clay
Gardenhire S. Jones
Clay
Gardenhire S. Jones
Clay
King
S. Jones
Clay
Gardenhire S. Jones

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Washington 2015 SEASON STATS


2 0 1 5 W ashington I ndividual S ingle - G ame
Rushing Attempts...........................................32, Myles Gaskin vs. Washington State, 11/27/15
Yards Rushing.................................................155, Myles Gaskin vs. Oregon, 10/17/15
Long Rush........................................................78, Myles Gaskin vs. Sacramento State, 9/12/15
Long Rush (No Score)......................................52, Myles Gaskin at Arizona State, 11/14/15
Long Touchdown Rush....................................78, Myles Gaskin vs. Sacramento State, 9/12/15
Touchdown Rushes.........................................3, Myles Gaskin vs. Sacramento State, 9/12/15
Pass Attempts.................................................52, Jake Browning at Arizona State, 11/14/15
Pass Completions............................................28, Jake Browning at Arizona State, 11/14/15
Yards Passing..................................................405, Jake Browning at Arizona State, 11/14/15
Touchdown Passes..........................................4, Jake Browning vs. Arizona, 10/31/15; at Oregon State, 11/21/15
Most Pass Interceptions.................................3, Jake Browning at Arizona State, 11/14/15
Long Pass........................................................81, Jake Browning vs. Utah State, 9/19/15
Long TD Pass...................................................81, Jake Browning vs. Utah State, 9/19/15
Receptions......................................................7, Dwayne Washington at Boise State, 9/4/15; Jaydon Mickens at Oregon State, 11/21/15
Yards Receiving...............................................131, Dwayne Washington vs. Utah State, 9/19/15
Long Reception...............................................81, Marvin Hall vs. Utah State, 9/19/15
Touchdown Receptions...................................2, Dwayne Washington Utah State, 9/19/15; Brayden Lenius at Oregon State, 11/21/15
Field Goals......................................................3, Cameron Van Winkle vs. Utah, 11/7/15
Field Goal Attempts........................................3, Cameron Van Winkle at Boise State, 9/4/15; vs. Utah, 11/7/15
Long Field Goal...............................................49, Cameron Van Winkle vs. Utah, 11/7/15
Punts...............................................................8, Korey Durkee at Boise State, 9/4/15
Punting Average..............................................52.5, Korey Durkee vs. Utah State, 9/19/15
Punting Yards..................................................335, Korey Durkee at Boise State, 9/4/15
Long Punt........................................................62, Korey Durkee at Boise State, 9/4/15
Punt Returns....................................................5, Dante Pettis at Arizona State, 11/14/15
Punt Return Yards...........................................93, Dante Pettis at Boise State, 9/4/15
Long Punt Return.............................................89, Dante Pettis at Oregon State, 11/21/15
Long Punt Return for TD..................................89, Dante Pettis at Oregon State, 11/21/15
Kickoff Returns................................................4, Chico McClatcher at Stanford, 10/24/15
Kickoff Return Yards.......................................104, Chico McClatcher at Stanford, 10/24/15
Long Kickoff Return, no score.........................56, Chico McClatcher at Oregon State, 11/21/15
Long Kickoff Return for TD..............................none
Interceptions...................................................1, several times
Interception Return Yards...............................96, Brandon Beaver vs. Utah State, 9/19/15
Long Interception Return, no score.................96, Brandon Beaver vs. Utah State, 9/19/15
Long Interception Return for TD.....................69, Sidney Jones vs. Washington State, 11/27/15
Tackles.............................................................14, Azeem Victor at Boise State, 9/4/15
Sacks...............................................................2.5, Travis Feeney at USC, 10/8/15
Tackles for Loss...............................................4.5, Travis Feeney vs. Arizona, 10/31/15

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Washington 2015 SEASON STATS


2 0 1 5 O pponent I ndividual S ingle - G ame H ighs
Rushing Attempts...........................................34, Devontae Booker, Utah, 11/7/15
Yards Rushing.................................................150, Devontae Booker, Utah, 11/7/15
Long Rush........................................................76, Paul Lucas, Oregon State, 11/21/15
Long Rush (No Score)......................................76, Paul Lucas, Oregon State, 11/21/15
Long Touchdown Rush....................................48, Kalen Ballage, Arizona State, 11/14/15
Touchdown Rushes.........................................2, Jeremy McNichols, Boise State, 9/4/15; Travis Wilson, Utah, 11/7/15
Pass Attempts.................................................58, Peyton Bender, Washington State, 11/27/15
Pass Completions............................................36, Peyton Bender, Washington State, 11/27/15
Yards Passing..................................................342, Jared Goff, California, 9/26/15
Touchdown Passes..........................................3, Jared Goff, California, 9/26/15
Most Pass Interceptions.................................2, four times
Long Pass........................................................52, Jared Goff, California, 9/26/15
Long TD Pass...................................................28, Jared Goff, California, 9/26/15
Receptions......................................................7, Kenny Lawler, California, 9/26/15; Robert Lewis, Washington State, 11/27/15
Yards Receiving...............................................125, Darren Carrington, Oregon, 10/17/15
Long Reception...............................................52, Kenny Lawler, California, 9/26/15
Touchdown Receptions...................................1, several times
Field Goals......................................................3, Matt Anderson, California, 9/26/15
Field Goal Attempts........................................3, Matt Anderson, California, 9/26/15; Alex Wood, USC, 10/8/15; Andy Phillips, Utah, 11/7/15
Long Field Goal...............................................41, Matt Anderson, California, 9/26/15; Erik Powell, Washington State, 11/27/15
Punts...............................................................11, Matt Haack, Arizona State, 11/14/15
Punting Average..............................................48.0, Alex Robinson, Stanford, 10/24/15
Punting Yards..................................................507, Matt Haack, Arizona State, 11/14/15
Long Punt........................................................61, Matt Haack, Arizona State, 11/14/15
Punt Returns....................................................3, Adoree Jackson, USC, 10/8/15; Bralon Addison, Oregon, 10/17/15
Punt Return Yards...........................................30, Bralon Addison, Oregon, 10/17/15
Long Punt Return.............................................15, Adoree Jackson, USC, 10/8/15; Bralon Addison, Oregon, 10/17/15
Long Punt Return for TD..................................none
Kickoff Returns................................................4, Isiah Hennie, Sacramento State, 9/12/15; Victor Bolden, Oregon State, 11/21/15
Kickoff Return Yards.......................................106, Bralon Addison, Oregon, 10/17/15
Long Kickoff Return, no score.........................87, Bralon Addison, Oregon, 10/17/15
Long Kickoff Return for TD..............................none
Interceptions...................................................1, several times
Interception Return Yards...............................66, Marcellus Pippins, Washington State, 11/27/15
Long Interception Return, no score.................66, Marcellus Pippins, Washington State, 11/27/15
Long Interception Return for TD.....................none
Tackles.............................................................12, Cameron Smith, USC, 10/8/15; Christian Sam, Arizona State, 11/14/15
Sacks...............................................................2.5, Kyle Kragen, California, 9/26/15
Tackles for Loss...............................................4.0, Antonio Longino, Arizona State, 11/14/15

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Washington 2015 SEASON STATS


2 0 1 5 T eam S ingle - G ame H ighs
Washington

Opponents

First Downs
Rushing First Downs
Passing First Downs
First Downs by Penalty

28 (at Oregon State, Nov. 21)


16 (at Oregon State, Nov. 21)
19 (Arizona State, Nov. 14)
3 (at Boise State, Sept. 4; vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 12)

28 (California, Sept. 26)


12 (Utah, Nov. 7)
16 (Washington State, Nov. 27)
3 (three times)

Points

52 (at Oregon State, Nov. 21)

34 (Utah, Nov. 7)

Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Yards Per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns

59 (at Oregon State, Nov. 21)


271 (at Oregon State, Nov. 21)
6.1 (vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 12)
5 (vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 12)

53 (Boise State, Sept. 4)


191 (Utah, Nov. 7)
4.2 (Utah, Nov. 7)
3 (Utah, Nov. 7)

Pass Attempts
Pass Completions
Interceptions
Passing Yards
Passing Touchdowns
Yards Per Completion

52 (at Arizona State, Nov. 14)


28 (at Arizona State, Nov. 14)
3 (at Arizona State, Nov. 14)
405 (at Arizona State, Nov. 14)
4 (vs. Arizona, Oct. 31; at Oregon State, Nov. 21)
19.2 (vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 12)

58 (Washington State, Nov. 27)


36 (Washington State, Nov. 27)
2 (four times)
342 (California, Sept. 26)
2 (California, Sept. 26; Stanford, Oct. 24)
17.1 (Stanford, Oct. 24)

Total Plays
Total Offense
Total Offense Yards Per Play

86 (at Arizona State, Nov. 14)


547 (at Arizona State, Nov. 14)
8.9 (vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 12)

92 (California, Sept. 26)


481 (California, Sept. 26)
6.6 (Stanford, Oct. 24)

Fumbles
Fumbles Lost

5 (vs. Utah, Nov. 7)


3 (vs. California, Sept. 26; Utah, Nov. 7)

5 (Washington State, Nov. 27)


5 (Washington State, Nov. 27)

Interceptions By

3 (vs. Arizona, Oct. 31)

3 (Arizona State, Nov. 14)

Penalties
Penalty Yards

10 (vs. Washington State, Nov. 27)


80 (vs. Washington State, Nov. 27)

9 (Oregon, Oct. 17)


82 (Oregon, Oct. 17)

Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards

7 (vs. Utah, Nov. 7)


104 (at Stanford, Oct. 24)

8 (Washington State, Nov. 27)


147 (Washington State, Nov. 27)

Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards

5 (at Arizona State, Nov. 14)


127 (at Oregon State, Nov. 21)

3 (USC, Oct. 8; Oregon, Oct. 17)


30 (Oregon, Oct. 17)

Tackles for Loss


Tackles for Lost Yards
Sacks

11 (at USC, Oct. 8)


55 (vs. California, Sept. 26)
5 (at USC, Oct. 8)

8 (Sacramento State, Sept. 12; Arizona State, Nov. 14)


50 (California, Sept. 26)
5 (California, Sept. 26; Utah, Nov. 7)

Time of Possession

41:22 (at Oregon State, Nov. 21)

40:05 (Stanford, Oct. 24)

Longest Scoring Drive (Plays)


Longest Scoring Drive (Yards)
Shortest Scoring Drive (Plays)
Shortest Scoring Drive (Yards)

17 plays, 79 yards (at USC, Oct. 8)


90 yards, 6 plays (vs. Sacramento State, Sept. 12)
1 play, 27 yards (at USC, Oct. 8)
-2 yards, 4 plays (at Oregon State, Nov. 21)

16 plays, 92 yards (Boise State, Sept. 4)


92 yards, 16 plays (Boise State, Sept. 4)
1 play, 48 yards (Arizona State, Nov. 14)
-1 yards, 4 plays (California, Sept. 26)

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Washington vs #23 Boise State (Sep 04, 2015 at Boise, Idaho)
Score by Quarters
Washington
Boise State
Qtr Time
1st 03:12
2nd 10:26
00:02
3rd 03:10
01:37
4th 07:29

0
6

0
10

10
0

3
0

Total

13
16

Scoring play
BSU - McNICHOLS, J. 7 yd run (RAUSA, Tyler kick blockd), 16-92 6:14
BSU - McNICHOLS, J. 1 yd run (RAUSA, Tyler kick), 13-80 5:19
BSU - RAUSA, Tyler 24 yd field goal, 11-43 2:34
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 40 yd field goal, 4-4 1:24
WASH - Pettis, Dante 76 yd punt return (Van Winkle, C. kick)
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 28 yd field goal, 6-17 2:21

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

WASH
12
22-29
150
35-20-1
57-179
0-0
2-93
2-22
1-1
8-40.6
1-0
5-32
25:38
4 of 14
0 of 0
1-2
2-14

BSU
21
53-185
152
27-17-1
80-337
0-0
1-2
1-21
1-7
7-35.6
2-1
7-66
34:22
8 of 18
1 of 2
3-4
2-13

RUSHING: Washington-Washington, Dw. 8-14; McClatcher, C. 2-6; Mickens, Jaydon 1-5; Gaskin, Myles
5-5; Browning, Jake 4-3; Coleman, Lavon 1-minus 2; Team 1-minus 2. Boise State-McNICHOLS, J. 24-89;
YOUNG, Kelsey 13-48; FINLEY, Ryan 11-30; DEMAS, Devan 4-20; TEAM 1-minus 2.
PASSING: Washington-Browning, Jake 20-34-1-150; Team 0-1-0-0. Boise State-FINLEY, Ryan 16-26-1-129;
SPERBECK, T. 1-1-0-23.
RECEIVING: Washington-Washington, Dw. 7-53; Lenius, Brayden 3-37; McClatcher, C. 3-3; Pettis, Dante
2-24; Perkins, Joshua 2-18; Mickens, Jaydon 2-16; Gaskin, Myles 1-minus 1. Boise State-SPERBECK, T.
3-28; YOUNG, Kelsey 3-26; McNICHOLS, J. 3-24; ROH, Jake 3-23; HUFF, Holden 2-28; WILLIAMS-RHODES
2-16; ANDERSON, Chaz 1-7.
INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-King, Kevin 1-1. Boise State-THOMPSON, D. 1-7.
FUMBLES: Washington-Washington, Dw. 1-0. Boise State-McNICHOLS, J. 1-0; YOUNG, Kelsey 1-1.
Washington (0-1) vs. Boise State (1-0)
Date: Sep 04, 2015 Site: Boise, Idaho Stadium: Albertsons Stadium
Attendance: 36836
Kickoff time: 8:24 PM End of Game: 11:39 PM Total elapsed time: 3:15
Officials: Referee: Mark Duddy; Umpire: Tim Schroeder; Linesman: C. Barrett;
Line judge: Steve Kovac; Back judge: David Ross; Field judge: Kevin Kieser;
Side judge: Shane Anderson; Center judge: CHris Wiggins;
Temperature: 59 F Wind: WNW 25 Weather: Partly Cloudy

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Littleton, Cory 1-0; Mathis, Joe 1-0. Boise State-TAIMATUIA, J. 1-0;
CORREA, Kamalei 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Victor, Azeem 11-3; Littleton, Cory 7-0; Bierria, K. 6-1; Qualls, Elijah
4-2; Mathis, Joe 4-2; Feeney, Travis 3-1; Baker, Budda 3-1; Tupou, Taniela 3-1; Wooching, Psalm 2-1;
Jones, Sidney 2-1; McIntosh, JoJo 2-1; Vea, Vita 2-0; Gardenhire, D. 1-1; King, Kevin 1-1; Clay,
Brian 1-1; Bartlett, Tevis 1-0; Dissly, Will 1-0; Pettis, Dante 1-0; Masel, Ryan 1-0; Beaver,
Brandon 1-0; Gaines, Greg 1-0; Constantine, S. 0-1. Boise State-VALLEJO, Tanner 5-2; CORREA, Kamalei
3-3; SUMNER-GARDNER 4-1; WEAVER, Ben 3-2; THOMPSON, D. 3-1; DEAYON, Donte 2-1; GRAY, Tyler 1-2;
NANCE, Armand 1-2; MARTARANO, J. 1-2; MOXEY, Jonathan 1-2; JAMES, C. 0-3; MASTON, Mercy 2-0; HORN,
Tyler 1-1; TAIMATUIA, J. 1-1; WILLIAMS-RHODES 1-0; VANDER ESCH, L. 1-0; LEE, Darren 1-0; McCASKILL,
Sam 0-1.
Game Starters:
Washington

Boise State

Pos
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB
WR
WR

##
15
79
52
65
60
71
82
3
12
1
8

OFFENSE
Daniels,Darrell
Shelton, C.
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Brostek, Shane
James, Matt
Perkins, Joshua
Browning, Jake
Washington, Dw.
Mickens, Jaydon
Pettis, Dante

Pos
X
TE
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
RB

##
82
85
84
71
66
72
70
74
88
15
13

OFFENSE
SPERBECK, T.
HUFF, Holden
HARDEE, Jake
ODHIAMBO, Rees
YAKOO, Mario
HENRY, Marcus
BAGGETT, Steven
LEWIS, Archie
ROH, Jake
FINLEY, Ryan
McNICHOLS, J.

Pos
DE
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB

##
0E
1A
90
41
36
7
42
35
32
26
0C

DEFENSE
Mathis, Joe
Qualls, Elijah
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
Gardenhire, D.

Pos
DE
NT
DT
STUD
WLB
MLB
N
CB
S
S
CB

##
69
40
90
8
51
20
3
5
29
4
2

DEFENSE
HORN, Tyler
NANCE, Armand
TAIMATUIA, J.
CORREA, Kamalei
WEAVER, Ben
VALLEJO, Tanner
JAMES, C.
DEAYON, Donte
SUMNER-GARDNER
THOMPSON, D.
MOXEY, Jonathan

Washington: 0I-Beaver, Brandon, 2C-Miller, Jordan, 4-Joyner, Austin, 5-Lindquist, Jeff, 9-Gaskin, Myles,
11-Carta-Samuels, 13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo, 16-Hall, Marvin, 17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah,
20-King, Kevin, 22-Coleman, Lavon, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben, 28-Wooching, Psalm, 34-Constantine, S.,
38-Schuh, Hayden, 43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 47-Lawyer, Scott, 48-Van Winkle, C.,
50-Vea, Vita, 55-Crane, Dane, 58-McGary, Kaleb, 66-Turpin, Damion, 81-Lenius, Brayden, 85-Ajamu, David,
88-Sample, Drew, 92-Johnson, Jaylen, 98-Dissly, Will, 99-Gaines, Greg.
Boise State: 1-WILLIAMS-RHODES, 2J-JOHNSON, T., 6-ANDERSON, Chaz, 7-MARTARANO, J., 9-MASTON, Mercy,
14-HORTON, Tyler, 16-POPE, Taylor, 17-COTTRELL, A., 18-FRAZIER, Jabril, 19-WALE, Sean, 21-FIELDS, Jack,
24-MILES, Kameron, 26-DEMAS, Devan, 28-RICHARDSON, AJ, 30-WOLPIN, Ryan, 31-SEIBOLD, Skyler, 32-McNAIR, Rondell,
36-GRAY, Tyler, 37-HARTSFIELD, C., 38-VANDER ESCH, L., 39-YOUNG, Kelsey, 44-LEE, Darren, 46-KEANE, Kevin,
49-RAUSA, Tyler, 58-ASH, Robert, 59-HAMPTON, Mason, 60-BUHR, Kellen, 81-BUTLER, Akilian, 87-DHAENENS, Alec,
94-McCASKILL, Sam, 96-HOYTE, Elliott, 99-BOLES, Dereck.

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Sacramento State vs Washington (Sep 12, 2015 at Seattle, WA)
Score by Quarters
Sacramento State
Washington

0
0

0
28

0
21

0
0

Total

0
49

Qtr Time Scoring play


2nd 13:13 WASH - Gaskin, Myles 3 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 9-63 3:40
07:24 WASH - Gaskin, Myles 16 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 6-66 3:06
04:18 WASH - Washington, Dw. 11 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 5-26 2:50
00:43 WASH - Washington, Dw. 1 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 6-90 1:16
3rd 09:57 WASH - Hall, Marvin 78 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 4-93 0:56
06:49 WASH - McClatcher, C. 49 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 4-70 1:43
04:45 WASH - Gaskin, Myles 78 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 1-78 0:14
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

SAC
11
26-11
201
38-20-1
64-212
0-0
0-0
4-97
0-0
9-38.8
0-0
8-75
33:51
6 of 18
0 of 1
0-1
3-24

WASH
23
36-218
326
25-17-0
61-544
0-0
3-23
1-40
1-5
3-39.3
1-1
3-30
26:09
3 of 11
2 of 4
4-4
1-6

RUSHING: Sacramento State-Robinson,Jordan 11-20; Reddick,J. 10-9; Kniffin,Daniel 1-1; Hennie,Isiah


1-minus 2; Agude,Nnamdi 1-minus 7; Cassel,Kolney 2-minus 10. Washington-Gaskin, Myles 14-146;
Coleman, Lavon 6-44; McClatcher, C. 2-32; Washington, Dw. 4-13; Dotson, Jomon 6-12; Browning, Jake
3-minus 8; Carta-Samuels 1-minus 21.
PASSING: Sacramento State-Kniffin,Daniel 18-35-1-181; Cassel,Kolney 2-2-0-20; Robinson,Jordan
0-1-0-0. Washington-Browning, Jake 17-24-0-326; Carta-Samuels 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING: Sacramento State-Hennie,Isiah 6-44; Agude,Nnamdi 4-62; Harrison,Shane 4-55; Sander,Stone
2-15; Reddick,J. 2-11; Cox,Justin 1-13; Robinson,Jordan 1-1. Washington-Perkins, Joshua 5-77;
Mickens, Jaydon 4-42; Pettis, Dante 2-34; Washington, Dw. 2-20; Hall, Marvin 1-78; McClatcher, C.
1-49; Lenius, Brayden 1-16; Renfro, Isaiah 1-10.
INTERCEPTIONS: Sacramento State-None. Washington-King, Kevin 1-5.
FUMBLES: Sacramento State-None. Washington-Carta-Samuels 1-1.
Sacramento State (1-1) vs. Washington (1-1)
Date: Sep 12, 2015 Site: Seattle, WA Stadium: Husky Stadium
Attendance: 55010
Kickoff time: 11:01 am End of Game: 2:03 pm Total elapsed time: 3:02
Officials: Referee: Terry Leyden; Umpire: Mike Stephens; Linesman: Rod Ammari;
Line judge: Tim Messur; Back judge: Steve Hudson; Field judge: Shane Standley;
Side judge: Clay Reynard; Center judge: Douglas Wilson;
Temperature: 68 deg Wind: None Weather: Clear

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SACKS (UA-A): Sacramento State-Pearson,Manoah 1-0; Thomas,Malcolm 1-0; Obinna,George 1-0.


Washington-O'Brien, Connor 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Sacramento State-Banks,Joey 5-1; Pearson,Manoah 3-2; Thomas,Malcolm 4-0; Crouch,Nick
4-0; Sankey,Darnell 3-1; Bowman,Jacob 1-3; Payne,Nicholas 3-0; Scott-Anderson 2-1; Payne,Anthony
2-1; Obinna,George 1-2; Evanski,Kyle 0-3; Clark,Austin 2-0; Harrison,Shane 2-0; Mazza,Nick 1-1;
Ferraro,James 1-0; Sorensen,Ben 1-0; Johnson,PJ 1-0; Meteer,Tyler 0-1; Ming,Wyatt 0-1;
Jenkins,Ernest 0-1; Latham,Josh 0-1; Wallace,Elijah 0-1. Washington-Burr-Kirven,Ben 3-3; McIntosh,
JoJo 3-3; King, Kevin 4-1; O'Brien, Connor 3-1; Littleton, Cory 2-2; Turner, Ezekiel 2-1; Clay,
Brian 2-1; Jones, Sidney 2-1; Constantine, S. 1-2; Bierria, K. 2-0; Tupou, Taniela 2-0; Lawyer,
Scott 1-1; Dissly, Will 1-1; Qualls, Elijah 0-2; Vea, Vita 1-0; Kinne, Ralph 1-0; Baker, Budda 1-0;
Gaines, Greg 1-0; Bartlett, Tevis 1-0; Wooching, Psalm 1-0; Wambaugh, Jake 0-1; Turpin, Damion 0-1;
Gardenhire, D. 0-1; Bowman, Shane 0-1; Daniels,Darrell 0-1.
Game Starters:
Sacramento State

Washington

Pos
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
WR
WR
WR
RB
QB

##
76
74
78
65
75
11
15
5
86
25
16

OFFENSE
Hanson,Lars
Meza,Ruben
Viveiros,A.
Aiono,Pailake
Bade,Jonathan
Sander,Stone
Harrison,Shane
Hennie,Isiah
Agude,Nnamdi
Robinson,Jordan
Kniffin,Daniel

Pos
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB
WR
WR

##
88
79
52
65
60
71
85
3
12
1
8

OFFENSE
Sample, Drew
Shelton, C.
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Brostek, Shane
James, Matt
Ajamu, David
Browning, Jake
Washington, Dw.
Mickens, Jaydon
Pettis, Dante

Pos
LE
LT
RT
RE
MLB
SAM
ROV
BS
FS
CB
CB

##
43
92
59
98
44
54
1
19
29
26
24

DEFENSE
Mazza,Nick
Hayes,Antonio
Ming,Wyatt
Sorensen,Ben
Sankey,Darnell
Meteer,Tyler
Banks,Joey
Crouch,Nick
Scott-Anderson
Jenkins,Ernest
Payne,Anthony

Pos
DE
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB

##
0E
1A
90
41
36
7
42
35
32
26
20

DEFENSE
Mathis, Joe
Qualls, Elijah
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin

Sacramento State: 3-Cassel,Kolney, 9-Thomas,Malcolm, 10-Clark,Austin, 13-Ferraro,James, 20-Payne,Nicholas,


22-Reddick,J., 27-Young,Tyler, 30-Harriel,Mister, 32-Steele,Garrett, 33-Nerio,Remmy, 36-Wallace,Elijah,
37-Wagstaff,John, 40-Thompson,Tyree, 42-Latham,Josh, 45-Bowman,Jacob, 51-Tappin,Taylor, 52-Johnson,PJ,
53-Espiritu,Ivan, 55-Pearson,Manoah, 57-Heath,Smith, 58-Cornish,Brad, 67-Jordan,Rajaee, 77-Evanski,Kyle,
83-Ratliff,Jaelin, 87-Cox,Justin, 89-Cortez,John, 90-Cambra,CJ, 95-Obinna,George, 97-Jackson,T..
Washington: 0C-Gardenhire, D., 0I-Beaver, Brandon, 2H-Little, Nik, 2C-Miller, Jordan, 3J-McDaniel, Gavin,
3D-Dotson, Jomon, 4-Joyner, Austin, 5-Lindquist, Jeff, 9-Gaskin, Myles, 11-Carta-Samuels, 13-McClatcher, C.,
14-McIntosh, JoJo, 15-Daniels,Darrell, 16-Hall, Marvin, 17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah,
19-Lewis, Brandon, 21-Pounds, Quinten, 22-Coleman, Lavon, 24-Turner, Ezekiel, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben,
28-Wooching, Psalm, 29-O'Brien, Connor, 31-Before, Drew, 34-Constantine, S., 38-Schuh, Hayden, 40-Kinne, Ralph,
43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 47-Lawyer, Scott, 48-Van Winkle, C., 50-Vea, Vita,
51-Hutchison, Luke, 53-Wambaugh, Jake, 55-Crane, Dane, 58-McGary, Kaleb, 66-Turpin, Damion, 67-Kneip, Michael,
69-Fuavai, Cory, 72-Adams, Trey, 73-Kirkland, A., 74-Turner, John, 75-Sosebee, Jesse, 80-Richmond, Max,
81-Lenius, Brayden, 82-Perkins, Joshua, 83-Salukhe, Neel, 86-Parson, Taelon, 89-Gardner, John,
92-Johnson, Jaylen, 93-Griffin, Connor, 95-Finau, Jarett, 96-Bowman, Shane, 98-Dissly, Will, 99-Gaines, Greg.

51

Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Utah State vs Washington (Sep 19, 2015 at Seattle, WA)
Score by Quarters
Utah State
Washington
Qtr Time
1st 02:21
2nd 13:51
10:31
04:20
00:45
3rd 09:49
04:56
4th 09:47

0
3

10
14

0
14

7
0

Total

17
31

Scoring play
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 48 yd field goal, 10-52 5:02
WASH - Washington, Dw. 81 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 3-80 0:55
USU - Warren, Brock 22 yd field goal, 9-36 3:09
WASH - Vizcaino, T. 2 yd run (Vizcaino, T. kick), 13-63 6:06
USU - Moala, David 1 yd run (Warren, Brock kick), 10-75 3:35
WASH - Washington, Dw. 33 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 8-78 4:13
WASH - Sample, Drew 3 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 7-69 3:24
USU - Rocquemore, Jon 97 yd fumble recovery (Warren, Brock kick)

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

USU
13
30-83
171
33-17-2
63-254
2-104
1--1
3-98
1-0
4-34.8
1-0
5-25
27:12
5 of 15
1 of 3
2-3
1-4

WASH
20
35-74
368
31-22-1
66-442
0-0
0-0
3-61
2-96
2-52.5
2-2
3-38
32:48
6 of 12
1 of 2
2-3
0-0

RUSHING: Utah State-Hunt, Lajuan 13-40; Mays, Devante 6-22; Keeton, Chuckie 5-22; Hobbs, Damion 2-3;
Moala, David 1-1; Team 1-0; Robinson, Devo 1-minus 2; Sharp, Hunter 1-minus 3. Washington-Gaskin,
Myles 15-42; Lindquist, Jeff 7-16; McClatcher, C. 1-9; Mickens, Jaydon 2-4; Washington, Dw. 5-2;
Vizcaino, T. 1-2; Coleman, Lavon 1-0; Browning, Jake 3-minus 1.
PASSING: Utah State-Keeton, Chuckie 17-33-2-171. Washington-Browning, Jake 22-31-1-368.
RECEIVING: Utah State-Sharp, Hunter 6-74; Rodriguez, Andr 4-22; Hunt, Lajuan 3-29; Raymond, Dax
1-19; Van Leeuwen, Za 1-14; Williams, Kenne 1-9; Robinson, Devo 1-4. Washington-Washington, Dw.
5-131; Daniels,Darrell 4-75; Mickens, Jaydon 4-54; Lenius, Brayden 4-54; Pettis, Dante 2-19;
Perkins, Joshua 1-17; Renfro, Isaiah 1-15; Sample, Drew 1-3.
INTERCEPTIONS: Utah State-Centers, Devin 1-0. Washington-Beaver, Brandon 1-96; King, Kevin 1-0.
FUMBLES: Utah State-Sharp, Hunter 1-0. Washington-Lenius, Brayden 1-1; Lindquist, Jeff 1-1.
Utah State (1-2) vs. Washington (2-1)
Date: Sep 19, 2015 Site: Seattle, WA Stadium: Husky Stadium
Attendance: 59464
Kickoff time: 2:10 pm End of Game: 5:14 pm Total elapsed time: 3:04
Officials: Referee: Michael Batlan; Umpire: Rick DiBernardo; Linesman: Dan Antonietti;
Line judge: Rich Troyer; Back judge: Joe Johnston; Field judge: Brad Glenn;
Side judge: Michael Marsh; Center judge: Randy Campbell;
Temperature: 67 deg Wind: 7mph N Weather: Overcast

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SACKS (UA-A): Utah State-Green, Torrey 1-0. Washington-None.


TACKLES (UA-A): Utah State-Vigil, Nick 4-5; Green, Torrey 4-3; Hines, Deshane 4-3; Filiaga, Lt 1-6;
Centers, Devin 4-2; Evans, Marwin 3-3; Davis, Jalen 4-1; Fackrell, Kyler 3-2; Gray, Daniel 2-1;
Rocquemore, Jon 1-2; Schuster, Gaset 1-2; Moala, David 1-2; Floyd, Tyler 1-1; Nielsen, Jordan 1-1;
Thompson, Jake 1-0; Rodriguez, Andr 1-0; Sharp, Hunter 1-0. Washington-Victor, Azeem 5-7;
Gardenhire, D. 3-5; Bierria, K. 4-3; Feeney, Travis 2-4; Littleton, Cory 2-3; McIntosh, JoJo 2-2;
Mathis, Joe 1-3; Jones, Sidney 2-1; King, Kevin 1-2; Lawyer, Scott 1-2; Turner, Ezekiel 1-1; Qualls,
Elijah 0-2; Tupou, Taniela 1-0; Clay, Brian 1-0; Washington, Dw. 1-0; Miller, Jordan 1-0; Coleman,
Lavon 1-0; Baker, Budda 1-0; Constantine, S. 0-1; Johnson, Jaylen 0-1; Wooching, Psalm 0-1.
Game Starters:
Utah State

Washington

Pos
WR
RB
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
WR
RB
QB

##
81
82
65
54
59
75
76
83
3
21
16

OFFENSE
Van Leeuwen, Za
Rodriguez, Andr
Albrecht, Austi
Wysocki, Ben
Stephens, Austi
Fisilau, Taani
Simonich, Jake
Houston, Wyatt
Robinson, Devo
Hunt, Lajuan
Keeton, Chuckie

Pos
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB
TE
TE

##
81
72
79
65
75
58
85
3
12
88
15

OFFENSE
Lenius, Brayden
Adams, Trey
Shelton, C.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Sosebee, Jesse
McGary, Kaleb
Ajamu, David
Browning, Jake
Washington, Dw.
Sample, Drew
Daniels,Darrell

Pos
DE
NG
DE
OLB
ILB
ILB
CB
CB
FS
SS
CB

##
97
51
95
9
5
41
15
13
37
24
17

DEFENSE
Nielsen, Jordan
Moala, David
Ali'Ifua, Ricky
Fackrell, Kyler
Filiaga, Lt
Vigil, Nick
Floyd, Tyler
Davis, Jalen
Centers, Devin
Evans, Marwin
Hines, Deshane

Pos
DE
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB

##
0E
1A
90
41
36
7
42
35
32
26
20

DEFENSE
Mathis, Joe
Qualls, Elijah
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin

Utah State: 0C-Colston-Green, 1-Gray, Daniel, 2-Ellison, Marqua, 3A-Amadi, Promise, 4-Sharp, Hunter,
8-Hobbs, Damion, 11-Swindall, Brand, 12-Huerta, Alex, 18-Andersen, Chase, 19-Togiai, Ian, 20-Carmen, Brock,
23-Okonkwo, Michae, 26-Williams, Kenne, 27-Rocquemore, Jon, 28-Wade, Aaron, 31-Painter, Jentz,
32-Mays, Devante, 36-Thompson, Jake, 39-Green, Torrey, 42-Harold, La'Brad, 44-Horne, Landon,
45-Baldomero, Jaro, 48-Christiansen, C, 52-Taylor, John, 56-Schuster, Gaset, 58-Galea'I, Salano,
63-Warren, Brock, 64-Ioane, Jarom, 80-Fox, Tyler, 87-Raymond, Dax, 89-Dalton, Aaron, 91-Taufa, Siua,
98-Faimalo, Edmund.
Washington: 0C-Gardenhire, D., 0I-Beaver, Brandon, 1-Mickens, Jaydon, 2C-Miller, Jordan, 2H-Little, Nik,
5-Lindquist, Jeff, 6-Cooper, Deontae, 8-Pettis, Dante, 9-Gaskin, Myles, 13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo,
16-Hall, Marvin, 17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah, 19-Lewis, Brandon, 21-Pounds, Quinten,
22-Coleman, Lavon, 24-Turner, Ezekiel, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben, 28-Wooching, Psalm, 34-Constantine, S.,
38-Schuh, Hayden, 43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 47-Lawyer, Scott, 48-Van Winkle, C.,
50-Vea, Vita, 60-Brostek, Shane, 66-Turpin, Damion, 71-James, Matt, 73-Kirkland, A., 82-Perkins, Joshua,
92-Johnson, Jaylen, 96-Bowman, Shane, 98-Dissly, Will, 99-Gaines, Greg.

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
California vs Washington (Sep 26, 2015 at Seattle, WA)
Score by Quarters
California
Washington
Qtr
1st

Time
07:04
01:32
2nd 11:28
06:14
02:00
3rd 10:51
07:23
02:19
4th 05:34
03:57

3
7

17
0

7
14

3
3

Total

30
24

Scoring play
CAL - Anderson, Matt 32 yd field goal, 10-39 4:13
WASH - Washington, Dw. 14 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 5-71 1:40
CAL - Enwere, Vic 12 yd run (Anderson, Matt kick), 11-79 5:04
CAL - Anderson, Matt 41 yd field goal, 4--1 1:43
CAL - Treggs, Bryce 28 yd pass from Goff, Jared (Anderson, Matt kick), 7-62 3:03
CAL - Lawler, Kenny 8 yd pass from Goff, Jared (Anderson, Matt kick), 4-62 1:59
WASH - McClatcher, C. 2 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 10-65 3:28
WASH - Jones, Sidney 70 yd fumble recovery (Van Winkle, C. kick)
CAL - Anderson, Matt 37 yd field goal, 11-49 5:19
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 36 yd field goal, 7-34 1:29

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

CAL
28
51-139
342
41-24-1
92-481
0-0
0-0
2-43
2-21
3-38.0
1-1
6-35
39:49
10 of 20
1 of 3
5-6
4-40

WASH
15
27-107
152
28-17-2
55-259
1-70
1-12
3-73
1-41
3-38.0
3-3
5-53
20:11
2 of 9
0 of 1
3-3
5-30

RUSHING: California-Enwere, Vic 23-84; Muhammad, Khalf 7-43; Watson, Tre 8-31; Coprich, Jeffre 2-5;
TEAM 1-minus 6; Goff, Jared 9-minus 8; Davis, Trevor 1-minus 10. Washington-Washington, Dw. 10-109;
Gaskin, Myles 5-16; McClatcher, C. 1-2; Team 1-minus 1; Mickens, Jaydon 1-minus 6; Browning, Jake
9-minus 13.
PASSING: California-Goff, Jared 24-40-1-342; TEAM 0-1-0-0. Washington-Browning, Jake 17-28-2-152.
RECEIVING: California-Lawler, Kenny 7-112; Powe, Darius 6-79; Treggs, Bryce 5-83; Anderson, Steph
3-43; Harris, Maurice 1-19; Davis, Trevor 1-8; Enwere, Vic 1-minus 2. Washington-Perkins, Joshua
5-55; Daniels,Darrell 3-30; Washington, Dw. 3-19; Mickens, Jaydon 3-9; Pettis, Dante 2-18; Renfro,
Isaiah 1-21.
INTERCEPTIONS: California-White, Darius 1-21; Drew, Damariay 1-0. Washington-Gardenhire, D. 1-41.
FUMBLES: California-Enwere, Vic 1-1. Washington-Browning, Jake 1-1; Renfro, Isaiah 1-1; Washington,
Dw. 1-1.
California (4-0,1-0) vs. Washington (2-2,0-1)
Date: Sep 26, 2015 Site: Seattle, WA Stadium: Husky Stadium
Attendance: 61066
Kickoff time: 2:10 pm End of Game: 5:37 Total elapsed time: 3:27
Officials: Referee: Land Clark; Umpire: Matt Jordan; Linesman: Kirk Mattson;
Line judge: Jeff Robinson; Back judge: Justin Nelson; Field judge: John Morton;
Side judge: Bernie Hulscher; Center judge: John Love;
Temperature: 61 deg. Wind: none Weather: Partly Cloudy

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SACKS (UA-A): California-Johnson, Jonath 1-1; Kragen, Kyle 1-1; Kearney, Jake 1-0.
Washington-Qualls, Elijah 2-0; Johnson, Jaylen 1-0; Feeney, Travis 1-0; Littleton, Cory 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): California-Jefferson, Jale 5-1; Nickerson, Hard 4-2; Kragen, Kyle 3-3; McClure,
Stefan 3-2; White, Darius 4-0; Walker, Cameron 3-1; Drew, Damariay 3-0; Allensworth, Da 2-1; Barton,
Michael 0-3; Kearney, Jake 2-0; Looney, James 2-0; Johnson, Jonath 1-1; Davison, Raymon 0-2; Lawler,
Kenny 1-0; Coleman, Caleb 1-0; Hale, Fabiano 1-0; Mekari, Tony 0-1; Muhammad, Khalf 0-1.
Washington-Bierria, K. 6-6; Victor, Azeem 5-7; Beaver, Brandon 5-3; Tupou, Taniela 4-3; Littleton,
Cory 4-2; Mathis, Joe 3-3; Jones, Sidney 4-1; Gardenhire, D. 4-1; Clay, Brian 3-2; Feeney, Travis
4-0; Qualls, Elijah 4-0; King, Kevin 1-3; Johnson, Jaylen 2-1; Lawyer, Scott 1-1; Wooching, Psalm
0-2; Bartlett, Tevis 1-0; McGary, Kaleb 1-0; Constantine, S. 0-1.
Game Starters:
California

Washington

Pos
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
QB
RB
X
Y
H
Z

##
59
66
55
73
64
16
23
9
10
1
4

OFFENSE
Farley, Brian
Borrayo, Chris
Granado, Domini
Rigsbee, Jordan
Moore, Steven
Goff, Jared
Enwere, Vic
Davis, Trevor
Powe, Darius
Treggs, Bryce
Lawler, Kenny

Pos
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB
WR
WR

##
81
72
79
65
75
58
82
3
12
1
8

OFFENSE
Lenius, Brayden
Adams, Trey
Shelton, C.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Sosebee, Jesse
McGary, Kaleb
Perkins, Joshua
Browning, Jake
Washington, Dw.
Mickens, Jaydon
Pettis, Dante

Pos
DE
DT
DT
DE
NICK
MIKE
WILL
CB
BS
FS
CB

##
13
97
0I
1A
0C
47
7
0F
2A
27
0B

DEFENSE
Kragen, Kyle
Mekari, Tony
Looney, James
Johnson, Jonath
Walker, Cameron
Nickerson, Hard
Jefferson, Jale
White, Darius
McClure, Stefan
Drew, Damariay
Allensworth, Da

Pos
CB
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
CB
CB
CB

##
0C
1A
90
41
36
7
42
35
0I
26
20

DEFENSE
Gardenhire, D.
Qualls, Elijah
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Beaver, Brandon
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin

California: 0A-Downs, Devante, 1J-Coleman, Caleb, 1I-Turner, Trey, 1F-Leininger, Cole, 3-Harris, Maurice,
4H-Northnagel, Bra, 5-Watson, Tre, 7E-Lopa, Puka, 8-Barton, Michael, 11-Hudson, Raymond, 19-Singleton, Bran,
20-Coprich, Jeffre, 22-Broussard, Nate, 29-Muhammad, Khalf, 30-Kearney, Jake, 31-Davison, Raymon,
32-Rambo, Evan, 34-Hale, Fabiano, 36-Rivera, Bug, 37-Dozier, Cedric, 39-Vanderbilt, Kha, 41-Barr, Todd,
49-Anderson, Matt, 52-Davis, David, 58-Uluave, Semisi, 75-Cochran, Aaron, 78-Johnson, Vincen, 81-Noa, Kanawai,
88-Worstell, Patri, 89-Anderson, Steph, 91-Kelly, Trevor, 92-Manley, Marcus, 99-McMorris, Malik.
Washington: 0E-Mathis, Joe, 2C-Miller, Jordan, 3J-McDaniel, Gavin, 5-Lindquist, Jeff, 6-Cooper, Deontae,
9-Gaskin, Myles, 13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo, 15-Daniels,Darrell, 16-Hall, Marvin, 17-Bartlett, Tevis,
18-Renfro, Isaiah, 19-Lewis, Brandon, 21-Pounds, Quinten, 22-Coleman, Lavon, 24-Turner, Ezekiel,
25-Burr-Kirven,Ben, 28-Wooching, Psalm, 34-Constantine, S., 38-Schuh, Hayden, 43-Vizcaino, T.,
45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 47-Lawyer, Scott, 48-Van Winkle, C., 50-Vea, Vita, 53-Wambaugh, Jake,
60-Brostek, Shane, 71-James, Matt, 73-Kirkland, A., 85-Ajamu, David, 88-Sample, Drew, 92-Johnson, Jaylen,
98-Dissly, Will, 99-Gaines, Greg.

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Washington vs #17 USC (Oct 08, 2015 at Los Angeles, Calif.)
Score by Quarters
Washington
USC
Qtr Time
1st 01:47
2nd 09:54
00:00
3rd 11:24
4th 14:21
12:02

0
3

3
3

7
0

7
6

Total

17
12

Scoring play
USC - Wood, Alex 34 yd field goal, 10-60 4:01
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 21 yd field goal, 17-79 6:49
USC - Wood, Alex 21 yd field goal, 13-81 4:34
WASH - Perkins, Joshua 27 yd pass from Hall, Marvin (Van Winkle, C. kick), 1-27 0:06
WASH - Gaskin, Myles 1 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 4-50 1:38
USC - Jones, Ronald 1 yd run (Kessler, Cody pass failed), 6-69 2:10

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

WASH
17
36-135
164
33-17-1
69-299
0-0
1-15
3-55
2-4
7-42.9
0-0
7-60
32:29
6 of 17
0 of 0
2-3
5-25

USC
20
39-190
156
29-16-2
68-346
0-0
3-12
3-66
1-7
6-43.7
1-1
8-62
27:31
1 of 13
2 of 2
3-3
2-8

RUSHING: Washington-Gaskin, Myles 22-134; Washington, Dw. 9-15; Team 3-minus 6; Browning, Jake
2-minus 8. USC-Madden, Tre 17-120; Jones, Ronald 8-65; Davis, Justin 8-31; Davis, Dominic 1-minus 1;
Kessler, Cody 5-minus 25.
PASSING: Washington-Browning, Jake 16-32-1-137; Hall, Marvin 1-1-0-27. USC-Kessler, Cody
16-29-2-156.
RECEIVING: Washington-Mickens, Jaydon 6-49; Perkins, Joshua 4-57; Lenius, Brayden 2-29; Washington,
Dw. 2-17; Pettis, Dante 1-8; Sample, Drew 1-3; Gaskin, Myles 1-1. USC-Smith-Schuster 6-82; Jackson,
Adoree 3-3; Davis, Justin 2-36; Mitchell, Steve 2-3; Davis, Dominic 1-23; Madden, Tre 1-5; Whitney,
Isaac 1-4.
INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-Jones, Sidney 1-4; Gardenhire, D. 1-0. USC-Marshall, Iman 1-7.
FUMBLES: Washington-None. USC-Smith-Schuster 1-1.
Washington (3-2,1-1) vs. USC (3-2,1-2)
Date: Oct 08, 2015 Site: Los Angeles, Calif. Stadium: LA Memorial Coliseum
Attendance: 63623
Kickoff time: 6:01 PM End of Game: 9:09 PM Total elapsed time: 3:08
Officials: Referee: C. Coyte; Umpire: B. Hay; Linesman: D. Johnson;
Line judge: D. Keller; Back judge: B. Robinson; Field judge: S. Currie;
Side judge: J. Dahle; Center judge: M. Richards;
Temperature: 79F Wind: Calm Weather: Slightly hazy

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Feeney, Travis 2-1; Qualls, Elijah 1-0; Victor, Azeem 0-1; Bierria, K. 1-0.
USC-Dawson, Lamar 0-1; Felix, Scott 0-1; Townsend, Greg 0-1; Gustin, Porter 0-1.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Victor, Azeem 4-6; Bierria, K. 5-3; Baker, Budda 4-4; Feeney, Travis 5-2;
Clay, Brian 2-5; Littleton, Cory 2-4; King, Kevin 1-4; Lawyer, Scott 3-1; Mathis, Joe 2-2;
Gardenhire, D. 1-3; Jones, Sidney 1-3; Beaver, Brandon 2-1; Qualls, Elijah 1-1; Perkins, Joshua 1-0;
Cooper, Deontae 0-1; O'Brien, Connor 0-1; Wooching, Psalm 0-1; Gaines, Greg 0-1; McClatcher, C. 0-1;
Vea, Vita 0-1; Burr-Kirven,Ben 0-1; McIntosh, JoJo 0-1; Pettis, Dante 0-1; Coleman, Lavon 0-1;
Bartlett, Tevis 0-1; Tupou, Taniela 0-1; Constantine, S. 0-1. USC-Smith, Cameron 8-4; Simmons,
Delvon 3-5; Hawkins, Chris 4-3; Townsend, Greg 2-4; Masina, Osa 4-1; Gustin, Porter 0-5; Cravens,
Su'a 2-2; Dawson, Lamar 0-3; Woods, Antwaun 0-3; Marshall, Iman 2-0; Sarao, Anthony 2-0; Tell,
Marvell 2-0; Nwosu, Uchenna 2-0; Seymour, Kevon 1-0; Kessler, Cody 1-0; Vainuku, Soma 1-0; Jackson,
Adoree 0-1; Felix, Scott 0-1; Plattenburg, Jo 0-1; McQuay, Leon 0-1.
Game Starters:
Washington

USC

Pos
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB
WR
WR

##
81
72
52
65
79
73
82
3
12
1
8

OFFENSE
Lenius, Brayden
Adams, Trey
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Shelton, C.
Kirkland, A.
Perkins, Joshua
Browning, Jake
Washington, Dw.
Mickens, Jaydon
Pettis, Dante

Pos
WR
WR
TE
RT
RG
C
LG
LT
WR
QB
TB

##
15
0G
48
73
5J
75
5A
72
9
6
2C

OFFENSE
Whitney, Isaac
Mitchell, Steve
McNamara, Taylo
Banner, Zach
Lobendahn, Toa
Tuerk, Max
Mama, Damien
Wheeler, Chad
Smith-Schuster
Kessler, Cody
Madden, Tre

Pos
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB
CB

##
1A
90
41
36
7
42
35
32
26
20
0C

DEFENSE
Qualls, Elijah
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin
Gardenhire, D.

Pos
SOLB
DT
NT
DE
RUSH
MILB
WILB
CB
S
SS
CB

##
21
52
99
93
47
35
56
8
4
24
2

DEFENSE
Cravens, Su'a
Simmons, Delvon
Woods, Antwaun
Townsend, Greg
Felix, Scott
Smith, Cameron
Sarao, Anthony
Marshall, Iman
Hawkins, Chris
Plattenburg, Jo
Jackson, Adoree

Washington: 0E-Mathis, Joe, 0I-Beaver, Brandon, 2C-Miller, Jordan, 5-Lindquist, Jeff, 6-Cooper, Deontae,
9-Gaskin, Myles, 13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo, 15-Daniels,Darrell, 16-Hall, Marvin, 17-Bartlett, Tevis,
18-Renfro, Isaiah, 19-Lewis, Brandon, 22-Coleman, Lavon, 24-Turner, Ezekiel, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben,
28-Wooching, Psalm, 29-O'Brien, Connor, 34-Constantine, S., 43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan,
47-Lawyer, Scott, 48-Van Winkle, C., 50-Vea, Vita, 58-McGary, Kaleb, 66-Turpin, Damion, 71-James, Matt,
75-Sosebee, Jesse, 85-Ajamu, David, 88-Sample, Drew, 92-Johnson, Jaylen, 95-Finau, Jarett, 98-Dissly, Will,
99-Gaines, Greg.
USC: 1X-Sullivan, Conne, 1J-Greene, Jalen, 2H-Ware, Aca'Cedri, 2B-Davis, Justin, 7-Tell, Marvell,
13-Seymour, Kevon, 14-Langley, Isaiah, 16-Davis, Dominic, 17-Albarado, Kris, 18-Powell, Quinton,
19-Hutchings, Mich, 22-McQuay, Leon, 23-Lockett, Jonath, 25-Jones, Ronald, 31-Vainuku, Soma, 37-Lopes, Matt,
39-Wood, Alex, 40-Ruffin, Jabari, 42-Nwosu, Uchenna, 45-Gustin, Porter, 55-Dawson, Lamar, 58-Masina, Osa,
70-Edoga, Chuma, 77-Brown, Chris, 80-Burnett, Deonta, 81-Spears, Connor, 82-Petite, Tyler, 83-Katrib, George,
90-Pelon, Claude, 91-Jefferson, Noah, 92-Daniel, Jacob, 94-Green, Rasheem, 95-Bigelow, Kenny, 98-Temple, Cody.

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Oregon vs Washington (Oct 17, 2015 at Seattle, Wash.)
Score by Quarters
Oregon
Washington
Qtr Time
1st 13:00
2nd 04:30
01:06
00:02
3rd 11:43
06:12
00:39
4th 09:04
03:35

6
0

10
3

7
10

3
7

Total

26
20

Scoring play
ORE - Carrington, D. 36 yd pass from Adams Jr., V. (Alie, Taylor pass failed), 6-87 2:00
ORE - Addison, Bralon 8 yd run (Schneider, A. kick), 7-48 2:29
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 40 yd field goal, 10-53 3:20
ORE - Schneider, A. 28 yd field goal, 7-68 0:59
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 46 yd field goal, 8-47 3:17
ORE - Carrington, D. 9 yd pass from Adams Jr., V. (Schneider, A. kick), 13-78 5:24
WASH - Gaskin, Myles 72 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 2-85 0:39
ORE - Schneider, A. 24 yd field goal, 13-60 4:05
WASH - Mickens, Jaydon 3 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 12-71 5:22

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

ORE
21
51-170
272
25-14-0
76-442
0-0
3-30
4-132
1-6
5-45.6
2-0
9-82
30:51
9 of 18
1 of 1
4-5
4-28

WASH
17
30-180
205
32-20-1
62-385
0-0
1-3
4-101
0-0
6-41.5
0-0
8-64
29:09
5 of 13
0 of 0
3-3
3-17

RUSHING: Oregon-Freeman, Royce 27-138; Addison, Bralon 4-15; Adams Jr., V. 8-12; Benoit, Kani 3-8;
TEAM 1-minus 1; Griffin, Taj 8-minus 4; Stanford, D. 0-2. Washington-Gaskin, Myles 18-155;
Carta-Samuels 2-16; Coleman, Lavon 3-13; McClatcher, C. 1-1; Browning, Jake 6-minus 5.
PASSING: Oregon-Adams Jr., V. 14-25-0-272. Washington-Browning, Jake 19-30-0-199; Carta-Samuels
1-2-1-6.
RECEIVING: Oregon-Carrington, D. 5-125; Addison, Bralon 5-78; Merritt, Kirk 2-18; Stanford, D. 1-48;
Baylis, Evan 1-3. Washington-Pettis, Dante 4-65; Perkins, Joshua 4-40; Mickens, Jaydon 3-23; Lenius,
Brayden 2-37; Coleman, Lavon 2-22; Cooper, Deontae 2-4; McClatcher, C. 1-9; Gaskin, Myles 1-5;
Renfro, Isaiah 1-0.
INTERCEPTIONS: Oregon-Amadi, Ugo 1-6. Washington-None.
FUMBLES: Oregon-Addison, Bralon 1-0; Adams Jr., V. 1-0. Washington-None.
Oregon (4-3,2-2) vs. Washington (3-3,1-2)
Date: Oct 17, 2015 Site: Seattle, Wash. Stadium: Husky Stadium
Attendance: 69285
Kickoff time: 7:40 pm End of Game: 11:03 pm Total elapsed time: 3:23
Officials: Referee: Terry Leyden; Umpire: Mike Stephens; Linesman: Rod Ammari;
Line judge: Tim Messuri; Back judge: Steve Hudson; Field judge: Shane Standley;
Side judge: Clay Reynard; Center judge: Matt. Richards;
Temperature: 60 deg. Wind: No Wind Weather: Light Rain

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SACKS (UA-A): Oregon-Buckner, De. 1-1; Mondeaux, Henry 1-0; Balducci, Alex 0-1; Talia, Tui 1-0.
Washington-Burr-Kirven,Ben 1-0; Bierria, K. 0-1; Wooching, Psalm 0-1; Feeney, Travis 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Oregon-Robinson, Tyree 6-5; Williams, Ju. 6-2; Hardrick, R. 5-2; Buckner, De. 1-5;
French, C. 2-3; Walker, Joe 1-4; Balducci, Alex 1-3; Oliver, Khalil 1-3; Springs, Arrion 1-2;
Mondeaux, Henry 2-0; Coleman, Tyson 0-2; Nelson, Charles 1-0; Talia, Tui 1-0; Apelu, Kaulana 1-0;
Leiato, Fotu 1-0; Schuller, Zac 0-1; Ihenacho, Glen 0-1; Prevot, T. 0-1. Washington-Baker, Budda
6-2; Tupou, Taniela 5-2; Clay, Brian 5-1; Feeney, Travis 4-1; Bierria, K. 4-1; Jones, Sidney 3-2;
Victor, Azeem 3-2; Qualls, Elijah 3-1; Burr-Kirven,Ben 3-1; Lawyer, Scott 3-0; Littleton, Cory 2-1;
King, Kevin 2-1; Beaver, Brandon 2-0; Daniels,Darrell 1-1; Constantine, S. 1-1; Gaines, Greg 0-2;
Wooching, Psalm 0-2; Turner, Ezekiel 1-0; Gardenhire, D. 1-0; Vizcaino, T. 1-0; Vea, Vita 1-0;
Coleman, Lavon 0-1.
Game Starters:
Oregon

Washington

Pos
WR
WR
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
RB

##
88
13
2
64
79
72
78
73
81
0C
21

OFFENSE
Stanford, D.
Allen, Devon
Addison, Bralon
Johnstone, T.
Voeller, Evan
Hegarty, Matt
Hunt, Cameron
Crosby, Tyrell
Baylis, Evan
Adams Jr., V.
Freeman, Royce

Pos
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB
WR
WR

##
15
72
52
65
79
73
82
3
9
1
8

OFFENSE
Daniels,Darrell
Adams, Trey
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Shelton, C.
Kirkland, A.
Perkins, Joshua
Browning, Jake
Gaskin, Myles
Mickens, Jaydon
Pettis, Dante

Pos
DE
NG
DE
OLB
ILB
ILB
OLB
CB
S
S
CB

##
44
56
55
33
48
35
96
3
17
6
1

DEFENSE
Buckner, De.
Balducci, Alex
Talia, Tui
Coleman, Tyson
Hardrick, R.
Walker, Joe
French, C.
Robinson, Tyree
Williams, Ju.
Nelson, Charles
Springs, Arrion

Pos
DE
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB

##
92
1A
90
41
47
7
42
35
32
26
0C

DEFENSE
Johnson, Jaylen
Qualls, Elijah
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Lawyer, Scott
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
Gardenhire, D.

Oregon: 5-Griffin, Taj, 7-Carrington, D., 10-Griffin, Ty, 11-Merritt, Kirk, 12-Alie, Taylor, 14-Amadi, Ugo,
15-Brown, Jalen, 18-Swain, Jimmie, 20-Brooks-James, 25-Ihenacho, Glen, 26-Oliver, Khalil, 29-Benoit, Kani,
38-Wheeler, Ian, 39-Apelu, Kaulana, 41-Schneider, A., 43-Leiato, Fotu, 47-Manu, Rex, 49-Wogan, Matt,
54-McDowell, De., 57-Brenner, Doug, 58-Carew, Tanner, 76-Pisarcik, Jake, 82-Schuller, Zac, 83-Mundt, Johnny,
86-Prevot, T., 92-Mondeaux, Henry, 97-Jelks, Jalen, 99-Kaumatule, C..
Washington: 0I-Beaver, Brandon, 2C-Miller, Jordan, 2H-Little, Nik, 5-Lindquist, Jeff, 6-Cooper, Deontae,
10-Dotson, Jomon, 11-Carta-Samuels, 12-Washington, Dw., 13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo, 16-Hall, Marvin,
17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah, 19-Lewis, Brandon, 20-King, Kevin, 22-Coleman, Lavon,
24-Turner, Ezekiel, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben, 28-Wooching, Psalm, 29-O'Brien, Connor, 34-Constantine, S.,
36-Victor, Azeem, 38-Schuh, Hayden, 43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 48-Van Winkle, C.,
50-Vea, Vita, 71-James, Matt, 75-Sosebee, Jesse, 81-Lenius, Brayden, 88-Sample, Drew, 95-Finau, Jarett,
98-Dissly, Will, 99-Gaines, Greg.

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Washington vs #10 Stanford (Oct 24, 2015 at Stanford, Calif.)
Score by Quarters
Washington
Stanford
Qtr Time
1st 12:00
2nd 12:44
00:00
3rd 12:49
09:21
00:51
4th 11:36

0
7

0
10

7
14

7
0

Total

14
31

Scoring play
STAN - Hooper,A 21 yd pass from Hogan,K (Ukropina,C kick), 6-62 3:00
STAN - Wright,R 1 yd run (Ukropina,C kick), 15-90 8:11
STAN - Ukropina,C 28 yd field goal, 12-66 4:10
WASH - Gaskin, Myles 14 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 5-57 2:11
STAN - McCaffrey,C 50 yd pass from Hogan,K (Ukropina,C kick), 8-75 3:22
STAN - McCaffrey,C 7 yd run (Ukropina,C kick), 9-80 4:54
WASH - Carta-Samuels 7 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 10-76 4:09

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

WASH
11
24-113
118
21-9-0
45-231
0-0
2--3
4-104
1-0
7-44.9
0-0
3-30
19:55
4 of 11
0 of 0
2-2
2-12

STAN
25
48-188
290
24-17-1
72-478
0-0
0-0
3-79
0-0
3-48.0
0-0
6-53
40:05
6 of 14
2 of 2
3-4
1-6

RUSHING: Washington-Gaskin, Myles 18-108; Carta-Samuels 4-6; Lindquist, Jeff 1-2; Washington, Dw.
1-minus 3. Stanford-McCaffrey,C 23-109; Hogan,K 8-37; Wright,R 8-20; Sanders,B 7-19; Love,B 2-3.
PASSING: Washington-Carta-Samuels 9-21-0-118. Stanford-Hogan,K 17-24-1-290.
RECEIVING: Washington-Mickens, Jaydon 3-41; Renfro, Isaiah 2-21; Washington, Dw. 2-18; Pettis, Dante
1-33; Lenius, Brayden 1-5. Stanford-McCaffrey,C 5-112; Hooper,A 3-50; Love,B 2-28; Schultz,D 1-22;
Taboada,G 1-18; Owusu,F 1-17; Marx,D 1-15; Sanders,B 1-11; Cajuste,D 1-10; Rector,M 1-7.
INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-Baker, Budda 1-0. Stanford-None.
FUMBLES: Washington-None. Stanford-None.
Washington (3-4,1-3) vs. Stanford (6-1,5-0)
Date: Oct 24, 2015 Site: Stanford, Calif. Stadium: Stanford Stadium
Attendance: 50424
Kickoff time: 7:35 pm End of Game: 10:32 Total elapsed time: 2:57
Officials: Referee: Steven Strimlin; Umpire: Francisco Villa; Linesman: Catherine Conti;
Line judge: Michael Feldman; Back judge: Ryan Dickson; Field judge: Jeffery Yock;
Side judge: Mearl Robinson; Center judge: Jim Wharrie;
Temperature: 64 Wind: 10 mph Weather: Perfect

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Littleton, Cory 0-2; Qualls, Elijah 0-1; Wooching, Psalm 0-1.
Stanford-Kalambayi,P 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Baker, Budda 3-7; Victor, Azeem 5-3; McIntosh, JoJo 4-3; Burr-Kirven,Ben
3-4; Lawyer, Scott 1-6; Turner, Ezekiel 1-6; Gardenhire, D. 2-4; Bierria, K. 3-2; Littleton, Cory
1-4; Wooching, Psalm 2-2; Clay, Brian 2-2; Qualls, Elijah 2-1; King, Kevin 1-1; Gaines, Greg 0-2;
Johnson, Jaylen 0-2; McClatcher, C. 1-0; Dissly, Will 1-0; Feeney, Travis 1-0; Tupou, Taniela 1-0;
Vea, Vita 1-0; Jones, Sidney 1-0; Turpin, Damion 1-0; Bartlett, Tevis 0-1. Stanford-Martinez,B 2-8;
Kalambayi,P 4-2; Holder,A 3-2; Meeks,Q 1-3; Alfieri,J 1-2; Palma,K 0-3; Whitfield,K 0-3; Reid,J 1-1;
Lloyd,D 1-1; Perez,J 1-1; Alexander,T 1-1; Shittu,A 1-1; Murphy,A 1-0; Harris,R 1-0; Tyler,M 0-1;
Branch,M 0-1.
Game Starters:
Washington

Stanford

Pos
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
WR
TE
QB
TB
WR
WR

##
72
52
65
79
73
81
88
11
9
1
8

OFFENSE
Adams, Trey
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Shelton, C.
Kirkland, A.
Lenius, Brayden
Sample, Drew
Carta-Samuels
Gaskin, Myles
Mickens, Jaydon
Pettis, Dante

Pos
WR
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
WR
WR
QB
RB

##
0C
18
78
51
5B
57
77
89
0B
0H
0E

OFFENSE
Rector,M
Hooper,A
Murphy,K
Garnett,J
Shuler,G
Caspers,J
Tucker,C
Cajuste,D
Irwin,T
Hogan,K
McCaffrey,C

Pos
S
S
LB
LB
LB
DT
NT
DT
DE
CB
CB

##
24
32
36
42
47
90
1A
99
98
26
20

DEFENSE
Turner, Ezekiel
Baker, Budda
Victor, Azeem
Littleton, Cory
Lawyer, Scott
Tupou, Taniela
Qualls, Elijah
Gaines, Greg
Dissly, Will
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin

Pos
DE
DE
OLB
ILB
ILB
OLB
CB
FS
SS
CB
NB

##
17
7
34
4
44
32
13
5
29
21
24

DEFENSE
Scarlett,B
Shittu,A
Kalambayi,P
Martinez,B
Palma,K
Alfieri,J
Holder,A
Whitfield,K
Lloyd,D
Harris,R
Meeks,Q

Washington: 0C-Gardenhire, D., 2C-Miller, Jordan, 5-Lindquist, Jeff, 6-Cooper, Deontae, 7-Bierria, K.,
12-Washington, Dw., 13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo, 15-Daniels,Darrell, 16-Hall, Marvin,
17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah, 19-Lewis, Brandon, 22-Coleman, Lavon, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben,
28-Wooching, Psalm, 29-O'Brien, Connor, 34-Constantine, S., 35-Clay, Brian, 41-Feeney, Travis, 43-Vizcaino, T.,
45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 48-Van Winkle, C., 50-Vea, Vita, 58-McGary, Kaleb, 66-Turpin, Damion,
71-James, Matt, 75-Sosebee, Jesse, 82-Perkins, Joshua, 92-Johnson, Jaylen, 93-Griffin, Connor,
95-Finau, Jarett.
Stanford: 0F-Owusu,F, 0I-Schultz,D, 1A-Jordan,D, 1C-Stallworth,R, 2J-Love,B, 2-Simmons,B, 2B-Wright,R,
2A-Brandt-Sims,I, 3D-Ukropina,C, 4G-Robinson,A, 6-Thomas,T, 6F-Davidson,N, 7E-Hall,AT, 8-Reid,J, 9-Edwards,B,
11-Alexander,T, 14-Bailey,J, 15-Perez,J, 20-Okereke,B, 23-Murphy,A, 26-Sanders,B, 30-Jones,C, 31-Branch,M,
33-Tyler,M, 35-Marx,D, 38-Pippens,R, 53-Rotto,T, 55-Lohn,N, 64-Bright,D, 67-Miller,R, 68-Keller,CJ,
71-Fanaika,B, 74-Austin,B, 82-Harrell,C, 88-Taboada,G, 90-Thomas,S.

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Arizona vs Washington (Oct 31, 2015 at Seattle, Wash.)
Score by Quarters
Arizona
Washington
Qtr
1st

Time
09:39
01:14
2nd 09:29
00:54
3rd 13:06
05:40
00:43
4th 05:50

3
7

0
14

0
21

0
7

Total

3
49

Scoring play
ARIZ - Skowron, C. 27 yd field goal, 15-65 5:21
WASH - Washington, Dw. 13 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 6-80 2:43
WASH - Perkins, Joshua 13 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 7-53 3:23
WASH - Lenius, Brayden 5 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 6-63 1:31
WASH - Pettis, Dante 31 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 5-75 1:54
WASH - Browning, Jake 12 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 3-21 1:14
WASH - Washington, Dw. 69 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 3-80 1:17
WASH - Lindquist, Jeff 8 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 11-82 6:17

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

ARIZ
22
44-127
203
42-25-3
86-330
0-0
0-0
4-80
0-0
5-39.6
4-1
4-22
32:06
6 of 18
1 of 4
1-2
2-13

WASH
22
36-201
267
25-17-0
61-468
1-41
2-11
1-6
3-25
5-38.6
0-0
4-49
27:54
5 of 11
0 of 0
5-5
4-29

RUSHING: Arizona-Baker, J. 19-67; Randall, J. 11-46; Bradford, O. 4-11; Grant, S. 2-6; Solomon, A.
8-minus 3. Washington-Washington, Dw. 4-77; Gaskin, Myles 11-49; McClatcher, C. 3-32; Cooper,
Deontae 4-25; Lindquist, Jeff 4-18; Browning, Jake 5-7; Dotson, Jomon 2-3; Team 3-minus 10.
PASSING: Arizona-Solomon, A. 18-31-2-160; Randall, J. 7-11-1-43. Washington-Browning, Jake
16-24-0-263; Cooper, Deontae 1-1-0-4.
RECEIVING: Arizona-Richards, D. 6-38; Jackson, J. 6-29; Jones, C. 5-40; Phillips, N. 3-56; Grant, S.
2-21; Kern, J. 1-8; Griffey, T. 1-7; Baker, J. 1-4. Washington-Perkins, Joshua 4-58; Mickens, Jaydon
3-56; Washington, Dw. 2-49; Renfro, Isaiah 2-30; Pettis, Dante 1-31; McClatcher, C. 1-12; Hall,
Marvin 1-11; Daniels,Darrell 1-11; Lenius, Brayden 1-5; Browning, Jake 1-4.
INTERCEPTIONS: Arizona-None. Washington-Jones, Sidney 1-17; McIntosh, JoJo 1-8; Baker, Budda 1-0.
FUMBLES: Arizona-Solomon, A. 3-0; Grant, S. 1-1. Washington-None.
Arizona (5-4,2-4) vs. Washington (4-4,2-3)
Date: Oct 31, 2015 Site: Seattle, Wash. Stadium: Husky Stadium
Attendance: 56749
Kickoff time: 8:05 pm End of Game: 11:12 pm Total elapsed time: 3:07
Officials: Referee: Mark Duddy; Umpire: Tim Schroeder; Linesman: C. Barrett;
Line judge: Steven Kovac; Back judge: David Ross; Field judge: Brad Glenn;
Side judge: Shane Anderson; Center judge: C. Wiggins;
Temperature: 55 deg Wind: 5mph N Weather: Cloudy

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SACKS (UA-A): Arizona-Banda, J. 1-0; Miller, D. 1-0. Washington-Feeney, Travis 2-0; O'Brien, Connor
1-0; Littleton, Cory 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Arizona-Magloire Jr., P 5-1; Bruno, L. 3-2; Neal, D. 3-1; FlanniganFowles 3-1;
Jones, T. 2-2; Parks, W. 2-2; Miller, D. 2-2; Whittaker, J. 1-2; Fuimaono, S. 0-3; Lopez, A. 2-0;
Gregory, H. 2-0; Jackson, S. 2-0; Grant, S. 1-1; Haden, J. 1-0; Worthy, J. 1-0; Banda, J. 1-0;
Gilbert, R. 1-0; Mendivil, A. 1-0; Tyler, T. 1-0; Baker, J. 1-0; Allah, J. 1-0; Phillips, N. 0-1.
Washington-Feeney, Travis 9-2; McIntosh, JoJo 5-2; Littleton, Cory 4-3; Burr-Kirven,Ben 3-4; Jones,
Sidney 5-1; Bierria, K. 5-0; Gardenhire, D. 3-2; Turner, Ezekiel 4-0; Clay, Brian 3-1; Bartlett,
Tevis 2-1; Baker, Budda 2-1; Tupou, Taniela 2-1; Victor, Azeem 1-2; Gaines, Greg 1-1; Preston, Matt
1-1; Vea, Vita 1-1; O'Brien, Connor 1-1; Dissly, Will 1-1; Schuh, Hayden 1-0; Qualls, Elijah 1-0;
Mathis, Joe 1-0; Constantine, S. 0-1; Turpin, Damion 0-1; Wooching, Psalm 0-1.
Game Starters:
Arizona

Washington

Pos
WR
SLOT
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
WR
RB
QB

##
0A
10
6
58
72
61
78
77
0D
2C
1B

OFFENSE
Jones, C.
Grant, S.
Phillips, N.
Friekh, L.
Tagaloa, F.
Bundage, C.
Alsadek, J.
Maiava, L.
Richards, D.
Baker, J.
Solomon, A.

Pos
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB
TE
TE

##
81
72
52
65
79
73
82
3
9
15
88

OFFENSE
Lenius, Brayden
Adams, Trey
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Shelton, C.
Kirkland, A.
Perkins, Joshua
Browning, Jake
Gaskin, Myles
Daniels,Darrell
Sample, Drew

Pos
DE
NT
DT
SLB
MLB
WLB
SPUR
BAND
LC
RC
FS

##
8
99
60
32
53
14
11
1
17
19
7

DEFENSE
Gilbert, R.
Fuimaono, S.
Bruno, L.
Miller, D.
Jackson, S.
Magloire Jr., P
Parks, W.
Jones, T.
Whittaker, J.
Neal, D.
Allah, J.

Pos
DE
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB

##
0E
1A
90
41
36
7
42
35
32
26
0C

DEFENSE
Mathis, Joe
Qualls, Elijah
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
Gardenhire, D.

Arizona: 0G-Haden, J., 0H-Randall, J., 1G-Kern, J., 1E-Morin, M., 3-Denson, C., 4-Smothers Jr., 5H-Tyler, T.,
5-Griffey, T., 9-Ellison, T., 12-FlanniganFowles, 13-Holiday, D., 15-Mashack, K., 16-Brown, S., 18-Rutt, B.,
21-Bradford, O., 23-Brewer, D., 25-Cobb, J., 27-Morrison, S., 28-Lopez, A., 29-McCall Jr., J., 30-Jackson, J.,
37-Hehr, C., 39-Riggleman, D., 41-Skowron, C., 47-Matthews, J., 49-Gregory, H., 52-King, A., 55-Worthy, J.,
56-Reinhardt, N., 62-Fanene, A., 65-Hemmila, Z., 67-de Beer, G., 75-Lawrence, K., 84-Mendivil, A.,
86-Cloy Jr., D., 92-Banda, J., 93-Zellers, P., 94-Allen, C..
Washington: 1B-Biddle, Ian, 1-Mickens, Jaydon, 2C-Miller, Jordan, 5-Lindquist, Jeff, 6-Cooper, Deontae,
8-Pettis, Dante, 10-Dotson, Jomon, 11-Carta-Samuels, 12-Washington, Dw., 13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo,
16-Hall, Marvin, 17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah, 19-Lewis, Brandon, 22-Coleman, Lavon,
24-Turner, Ezekiel, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben, 28-Wooching, Psalm, 29-O'Brien, Connor, 31-Before, Drew,
34-Constantine, S., 38-Schuh, Hayden, 40-Kinne, Ralph, 43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan,
48-Van Winkle, C., 50-Vea, Vita, 51-Hutchison, Luke, 53-Wambaugh, Jake, 54-Preston, Matt, 58-McGary, Kaleb,
66-Turpin, Damion, 67-Kneip, Michael, 71-James, Matt, 74-Turner, John, 75-Sosebee, Jesse, 92-Johnson, Jaylen,
93-Griffin, Connor, 95-Finau, Jarett, 96-Bowman, Shane, 98-Dissly, Will, 99-Gaines, Greg.

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Utah vs Washington (Nov 07, 2015 at Seattle, Wash.)
Score by Quarters
Utah
Washington
Qtr Time
1st 07:30
2nd 14:01
12:31
07:47
06:10
04:14
01:03
3rd 09:38
4th 13:11
03:27
00:57

0
3

24
10

0
7

10
3

Total

34
23

Scoring play
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 42 yd field goal, 12-61 5:12
UTAH - Wilson, Travis 4 yd run (Phillips, Andy kick), 6-32 2:01
UTAH - Booker,Devontae 4 yd run (Phillips, Andy kick), 2-8 0:40
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 39 yd field goal, 7-22 2:39
UTAH - Paul, Gionni 54 yd fumble recovery (Phillips, Andy kick)
WASH - Sample, Drew 1 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 5-66 1:49
UTAH - Phillips, Andy 43 yd field goal, 8-50 3:11
WASH - Gaskin, Myles 10 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 8-51 2:55
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 49 yd field goal, 12-38 4:29
UTAH - Wilson, Travis 2 yd run (Phillips, Andy kick), 9-60 4:29
UTAH - Phillips, Andy 36 yd field goal, 6-17 1:55

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

UTAH
19
45-191
155
25-12-1
70-346
1-54
1-13
3-66
1-27
4-39.5
2-2
6-60
28:20
6 of 15
1 of 2
4-4
5-32

WASH
20
39-124
257
39-23-1
78-381
0-0
0-0
7-102
1-35
4-35.2
5-3
6-65
31:40
7 of 16
1 of 2
4-4
1-7

RUSHING: Utah-Booker,Devontae 34-150; Wilson, Travis 10-42; Team 1-minus 8; Poole, Bubba 0-7.
Washington-Gaskin, Myles 20-93; Washington, Dw. 6-55; Browning, Jake 9-12; Mickens, Jaydon 1-0; Team
1-minus 1; Pettis, Dante 1-minus 8; Durkee, Korey 1-minus 27.
PASSING: Utah-Wilson, Travis 12-25-1-155. Washington-Browning, Jake 23-39-1-257; Pettis, Dante
0-0-0-0.
RECEIVING: Utah-Covey, Britain 5-69; Scott, Kenneth 3-37; Booker,Devontae 2-21; Handley, Harris
1-21; Smith, Tyrone 1-7. Washington-Pettis, Dante 6-60; Mickens, Jaydon 5-67; Lenius, Brayden 3-36;
Sample, Drew 2-24; Coleman, Lavon 2-9; Washington, Dw. 2-8; Perkins, Joshua 1-53; Daniels,Darrell
1-1; McClatcher, C. 1-minus 1.
INTERCEPTIONS: Utah-Paul, Gionni 1-27. Washington-Jones, Sidney 1-35.
FUMBLES: Utah-Team 1-1; Booker,Devontae 1-1. Washington-Browning, Jake 2-1; Washington, Dw. 2-2;
Durkee, Korey 1-0.
Utah (8-1,5-1) vs. Washington (4-5,2-4)
Date: Nov 07, 2015 Site: Seattle, Wash. Stadium: Husky Stadium
Attendance: 61420
Kickoff time: 4:45 pm End of Game: 8:17 pm Total elapsed time: 3:32
Officials: Referee: M. Mothershed; Umpire: R. Meisenheimer; Linesman: Rod Ammari;
Line judge: Matt Dornan; Back judge: David Ross; Field judge: Michael Hall;
Side judge: Mike Weseloh; Center judge: Mike McCabe;
Temperature: 54 deg Wind: Light Weather: Light

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SACKS (UA-A): Utah-Paul, Gionni 2-0; Fitts, Kylie 1-0; Tu'ikolovatu,S 1-0; Lotulelei, Lowe 1-0.
Washington-Wooching, Psalm 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Utah-Hansen, Chase 5-6; Norris, Jared 8-2; Paul, Gionni 6-3; Thomas, Justin 4-2;
Fitts, Kylie 4-2; Hatfield, Dom. 3-2; Fauonuku, Vilis 3-0; Tu'ikolovatu,S 2-1; Butler-Byrd, C 2-1;
Allen, Brian 2-1; Barton, Cody 2-0; Porter,Reginald 2-0; Fanaika, Jason 1-1; Lotulelei, Lowe 1-1;
Dielman, J.J. 1-0; Shah, Sharrieff 1-0; Thompson, Jason 1-0; Williams,Marcus 1-0; Drews,Christian
1-0; Whittingham, Ja 0-1; Phillips, Andy 0-1. Washington-Gaines, Greg 4-6; Victor, Azeem 6-2; Clay,
Brian 5-2; Tupou, Taniela 6-0; McIntosh, JoJo 3-3; Littleton, Cory 3-2; Bierria, K. 3-1; Vea, Vita
2-1; King, Kevin 2-1; Feeney, Travis 1-2; Mathis, Joe 1-2; Gardenhire, D. 1-1; McClatcher, C. 1-0;
Daniels,Darrell 1-0; Washington, Dw. 1-0; Eldrenkamp, J. 1-0; Burr-Kirven,Ben 1-0; Turner, Ezekiel
1-0; Wooching, Psalm 1-0; Jones, Sidney 1-0; Baker, Budda 0-1.
Game Starters:
Utah

Washington

Pos
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
RB
X
H
Z

##
5A
54
55
74
68
47
7A
23
2A
18
8

OFFENSE
Tevi, Sam
Asiata, Isaac
Lutui, Hiva
Uhatafe, Salesi
Dielman, J.J.
Repp, Caleb
Wilson, Travis
Booker,Devontae
Scott, Kenneth
Covey, Britain
Poole, Bubba

Pos
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB
WR
TE

##
15
72
52
65
79
58
82
3
12
1
88

OFFENSE
Daniels,Darrell
Adams, Trey
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Shelton, C.
McGary, Kaleb
Perkins, Joshua
Browning, Jake
Washington, Dw.
Mickens, Jaydon
Sample, Drew

Pos
LE
LT
RT
RE
SLB
MLB
ROV
LCB
RCB
FS
SS

##
11
93
90
51
53
41
13
15
29
20
22

DEFENSE
Fitts, Kylie
Lotulelei, Lowe
Tu'ikolovatu,S
Fanaika, Jason
Whittingham, Ja
Norris, Jared
Paul, Gionni
Hatfield, Dom.
Porter,Reginald
Williams,Marcus
Hansen, Chase

Pos
DE
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB

##
0E
99
90
41
36
7
42
35
32
26
0C

DEFENSE
Mathis, Joe
Gaines, Greg
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
Gardenhire, D.

Utah: 1-Hobbs, Boobie, 1B-Singleton, Rae., 3-Thompson, Jason, 7-Godfrey, Andre, 10-McClellon, Del.,
12-Thomas, Justin, 14-Allen, Brian, 16-Butler-Byrd, C, 19-Tauteoli, Sunia, 24-Young, Kenric, 27-Loomis, Taylor,
30-Barton, Cody, 31-Eggiman, Evan, 32-Shah, Sharrieff, 33-Hackett, Tom, 34-Whittingham, A., 37-Drews,Christian,
39-Phillips, Andy, 42-S.-Williams, Ma, 50-Taumoepenu,Pita, 52-Clegg, Hayden, 59-Tasini, Pasoni,
70-Barton, Jackson, 72-Albers, Andrew, 75-Nowakowski,Nick, 81-Smith, Tyrone, 82-Hampel, Ken,
88-Handley, Harris, 94-Dominguez,Chase, 95-Havili-Katoa, A, 98-Fauonuku, Vilis.
Washington: 2C-Miller, Jordan, 5-Lindquist, Jeff, 8-Pettis, Dante, 9-Gaskin, Myles, 13-McClatcher, C.,
14-McIntosh, JoJo, 16-Hall, Marvin, 17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah, 20-King, Kevin, 22-Coleman, Lavon,
24-Turner, Ezekiel, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben, 28-Wooching, Psalm, 34-Constantine, S., 38-Schuh, Hayden,
40-Kinne, Ralph, 43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 48-Van Winkle, C., 50-Vea, Vita,
53-Wambaugh, Jake, 60-Brostek, Shane, 71-James, Matt, 73-Kirkland, A., 75-Sosebee, Jesse, 80-Richmond, Max,
81-Lenius, Brayden, 92-Johnson, Jaylen, 93-Griffin, Connor, 96-Bowman, Shane, 98-Dissly, Will.

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Washington vs Arizona State (Nov 14, 2015 at Tempe, Ariz.)
Score by Quarters
Washington
Arizona State
Qtr
1st

Time
09:57
06:50
2nd 08:20
02:21
3rd 09:56
4th 13:52
08:25
05:59

10
0

7
3

0
7

0
17

Total

17
27

Scoring play
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 35 yd field goal, 5-48 1:03
WASH - Gaskin, Myles 1 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 7-77 1:37
WASH - Daniels,Darrell 29 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 8-67 2:16
ASU - Gonzalez, Zane 40 yd field goal, 6-32 2:25
ASU - Ballage, Kalen 3 yd run (Gonzalez, Zane kick), 5-60 1:29
ASU - Lucien, Devin 32 yd pass from Bercovici, Mike (Gonzalez, Zane kick), 7-71 1:57
ASU - Gonzalez, Zane 23 yd field goal, 12-64 4:32
ASU - Ballage, Kalen 48 yd run (Gonzalez, Zane kick), 1-48 0:10

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

WASH
27
34-142
405
52-28-3
86-547
0-0
5-39
0-0
0-0
6-42.8
1-1
7-60
30:48
3 of 14
1 of 3
2-3
4-21

ASU
19
43-144
253
34-22-0
77-397
0-0
3-24
2-31
3-26
11-46.1
1-0
3-39
29:12
4 of 17
0 of 0
2-2
4-30

RUSHING: Washington-Gaskin, Myles 18-108; Cooper, Deontae 3-15; Hall, Marvin 2-10; Browning, Jake
10-7; Carta-Samuels 1-2. Arizona State-Ballage, Kalen 11-92; Richard,Demario 14-45; Foster, D.J.
6-17; Hayes, D. 1-5; TEAM 1-minus 1; Gammage, Fred 1-minus 4; Bercovici, Mike 9-minus 10.
PASSING: Washington-Browning, Jake 28-52-3-405. Arizona State-Bercovici, Mike 22-34-0-253; Gammage,
Fred 0-0-0-0.
RECEIVING: Washington-Lenius, Brayden 6-59; Mickens, Jaydon 5-100; Daniels,Darrell 4-61; Renfro,
Isaiah 3-30; Perkins, Joshua 3-29; Hall, Marvin 2-65; Pettis, Dante 2-35; Gaskin, Myles 2-11;
Sample, Drew 1-15. Arizona State-Foster, D.J. 5-62; White, Tim 5-22; Lucien, Devin 4-63; Kohl, Kody
4-55; Chambers, Gary 1-24; Jefferson,Ellis 1-10; Ballage, Kalen 1-10; Hayes, D. 1-7.
INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-None. Arizona State-Brown, Kweishi 1-26; Sam, Christian 1-0; Ball, Marcus
1-0.
FUMBLES: Washington-Perkins, Joshua 1-1. Arizona State-Bercovici, Mike 1-0.
Washington (4-6,2-5) vs. Arizona State (5-5,3-4)
Date: Nov 14, 2015 Site: Tempe, Ariz. Stadium: Sun Devil Stadium
Attendance: 51695
Kickoff time: 1:07 pm End of Game: 4:24 Total elapsed time: 3:17
Officials: Referee: S. Strimling; Umpire: F. Villar; Linesman: C. Conti;
Line judge: D. Keller; Back judge: M. Robinson; Field judge: J. Yock;
Side judge: R. Dickson; Center judge: J. Wharrie;
Temperature: 74 Wind: SE4 Weather: Mostly Clear

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington-Bierria, K. 2-0; Feeney, Travis 0-1; Clay, Brian 0-1; Littleton, Cory 1-0.
Arizona State-Longino,Antonio 2-0; Richardson, I. 1-0; Smallwood, T. 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Clay, Brian 8-2; Victor, Azeem 9-0; Littleton, Cory 7-1; Feeney, Travis
6-2; Burr-Kirven,Ben 4-1; Bierria, K. 4-1; Baker, Budda 3-0; Vea, Vita 3-0; Gardenhire, D. 3-0;
Gaines, Greg 2-1; Jones, Sidney 2-0; Tupou, Taniela 2-0; Gaskin, Myles 1-0; King, Kevin 1-0; Adams,
Trey 1-0; Johnson, Jaylen 1-0; Wooching, Psalm 1-0; Miller, Jordan 1-0. Arizona State-Sam, Christian
10-2; Brown, Kweishi 7-1; Longino,Antonio 7-0; Adams, Chad 5-1; Johnson, James 5-0; Simone, Jordan
4-1; Fiso, Salamo 4-0; Carrington, L. 3-1; Richardson, I. 3-0; Smallwood, T. 2-0; Ball, Marcus 2-0;
Fraboni, M. 1-1; Calhoun, DJ 1-0; Tautalatasi, D. 1-0; Latu, Viliami 1-0; White, Tim 0-1.
Game Starters:
Washington

Arizona State

Pos
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
TE
QB
TB
WR

##
81
72
52
65
79
58
15
88
3
9
1

OFFENSE
Lenius, Brayden
Adams, Trey
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Shelton, C.
McGary, Kaleb
Daniels,Darrell
Sample, Drew
Browning, Jake
Gaskin, Myles
Mickens, Jaydon

Pos
WR
WR
WR
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB

##
15
12
8
57
55
50
73
75
83
2
4

OFFENSE
Lucien, Devin
White, Tim
Foster, D.J.
Goodman, Evan
Westerman, C.
Kelly, Nick
Teofilo, Vi
McGhee, William
Kohl, Kody
Bercovici, Mike
Richard,Demario

Pos
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB
CB

##
99
90
41
36
7
42
35
32
26
20
0C

DEFENSE
Gaines, Greg
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin
Gardenhire, D.

Pos
NOSE
TIGE
END
DEVI
SPUR
SAM
WILL
BC
BS
FS
FC

##
94
90
1
17
28
58
0S
0C
38
21
10

DEFENSE
Cherry, D.
Smallwood, T.
Wicker, JoJo
Richardson, I.
Moeakiola, Laiu
Fiso, Salamo
Sam, Christian
Carrington, L.
Simone, Jordan
Adams, Chad
Brown, Kweishi

Washington: 0E-Mathis, Joe, 2C-Miller, Jordan, 6-Cooper, Deontae, 8-Pettis, Dante, 11-Carta-Samuels,
13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo, 16-Hall, Marvin, 17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah,
19-Lewis, Brandon, 22-Coleman, Lavon, 24-Turner, Ezekiel, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben, 28-Wooching, Psalm,
34-Constantine, S., 38-Schuh, Hayden, 43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 47-Lawyer, Scott,
48-Van Winkle, C., 50-Vea, Vita, 53-Wambaugh, Jake, 60-Brostek, Shane, 73-Kirkland, A., 75-Sosebee, Jesse,
80-Richmond, Max, 82-Perkins, Joshua, 92-Johnson, Jaylen, 93-Griffin, Connor, 95-Finau, Jarett,
98-Dissly, Will.
Arizona State: 0M-Wilkins, Manny, 3-Calhoun, DJ, 5-Gonzalez, Zane, 6-Wilson, Jay Jay, 7-Means, Solomon,
9-Ballage, Kalen, 16-Hayes, D., 18-Johnson, James, 19-Jefferson,Ellis, 24-Scott, DeAndre, 26-Haack, Matt,
30-Tautalatasi, D., 31-Ball, Marcus, 32-Longino,Antonio, 41-Latu, Viliami, 44-Latu, Alani, 59-Bailey, Quinn,
63-Fraboni, M., 76-Jones, Sam, 80-Epps, Raymond, 81-Chambers, Gary, 89-Gammage, Fred, 95-Wren, Renell,
97-Boateng, Edmond.

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Washington vs Oregon State (Nov 21, 2015 at Corvallis, Ore.)
Score by Quarters
Washington
Oregon State
Qtr
1st

Time
13:55
06:45
05:05
00:38
2nd 11:40
09:35
00:08
3rd 08:06
05:30

28
0

17
0

7
7

0
0

Total

52
7

Scoring play
WASH - Lenius, Brayden 14 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 3-43 1:05
WASH - McClatcher, C. 2 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 13-63 6:15
WASH - Pettis, Dante 89 yd punt return (Van Winkle, C. kick)
WASH - Perkins, Joshua 18 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 8-80 2:38
WASH - Mickens, Jaydon 19 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 7-65 2:37
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 32 yd field goal, 4--2 1:53
WASH - Lenius, Brayden 10 yd pass from Browning, Jake (Van Winkle, C. kick), 5-52 1:19
WASH - Cooper, Deontae 10 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 11-69 5:57
OSU - Bolden,Victor 24 yd pass from McMaryion, M. (Owens, Garrett kick), 7-84 2:30

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

WASH
28
59-271
211
21-18-0
80-482
1-10
3-127
2-65
1-55
1-53.0
1-0
5-40
41:22
5 of 13
3 of 6
7-10
0-0

OSU
8
23-148
109
23-8-1
46-257
0-0
0-0
7-106
0-0
7-40.0
1-1
3-30
18:38
3 of 11
0 of 0
0-1
2-4

RUSHING: Washington-Gaskin, Myles 23-127; Cooper, Deontae 6-48; Coleman, Lavon 7-43; Dotson, Jomon
10-27; Kinne, Ralph 7-18; Browning, Jake 3-7; McClatcher, C. 2-5; Carta-Samuels 1-minus 4. Oregon
State-Lucas, Paul 4-82; Nall, Ryan 7-29; McMaryion, M. 4-21; Mitchell, Nick 2-10; Woods,Storm 4-5;
Bolden,Victor 1-4; Haskins, Damien 1-minus 3.
PASSING: Washington-Browning, Jake 18-20-0-211; Mickens, Jaydon 0-1-0-0. Oregon State-McMaryion, M.
8-16-1-109; Mitchell, Nick 0-7-0-0.
RECEIVING: Washington-Mickens, Jaydon 7-59; Perkins, Joshua 3-57; Daniels,Darrell 3-43; Lenius,
Brayden 3-29; Pettis, Dante 2-23. Oregon State-Bolden,Victor 5-52; Nall, Ryan 1-37; Villamin, J.
1-19; Togiai, Noah 1-1.
INTERCEPTIONS: Washington-Miller, Jordan 1-55. Oregon State-None.
FUMBLES: Washington-Dotson, Jomon 1-0. Oregon State-Mitchell, Nick 1-1.
Washington (5-6,3-5) vs. Oregon State (2-9,0-8)
Date: Nov 21, 2015 Site: Corvallis, Ore. Stadium: Reser Stadium
Attendance: 34390
Kickoff time: 3:07 pm End of Game: 6:04 pm Total elapsed time: 2:57
Officials: Referee: Land Clark; Umpire: Matt Jordan; Linesman: Bob Day;
Line judge: Jeff Robinson; Back judge: Justin Nelson; Field judge: John Morton;
Side judge: Bernie Hulscher; Center judge: John Love;
Temperature: 50 deg. Wind: NNE10mph Weather: Sunny and clear

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington-None. Oregon State-James, Jaswha 1-0; Decoud, Treston 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington-Victor, Azeem 3-0; Miller, Jordan 2-1; Bartlett, Tevis 2-1; Gaines, Greg
2-1; Burr-Kirven,Ben 2-1; Wooching, Psalm 2-0; Coleman, Lavon 2-0; Constantine, S. 2-0; King, Kevin
2-0; Turner, Ezekiel 1-1; Bierria, K. 1-1; Littleton, Cory 1-1; McIntosh, JoJo 1-1; O'Brien, Connor
1-1; Johnson, Jaylen 0-2; Lewis, Brandon 1-0; Dissly, Will 1-0; Feeney, Travis 1-0; Schuh, Hayden
1-0; Lawyer, Scott 1-0; Vea, Vita 0-1; Tupou, Taniela 0-1; Jones, Sidney 0-1; Hall, Marvin 0-1;
Preston, Matt 0-1. Oregon State-Hungalu, Manase 4-4; Ortiz, Ricky 4-4; Ovgard, Gabe 4-4; Saulo,
Caleb 3-4; Hill, Kendall 5-1; Mageo, Rommel 4-2; Arnold,Brandon 2-4; Willis, J. 3-2; James, Jaswha
3-2; Peko, Kyle 3-2; Barnett, L. 3-2; Decoud, Treston 2-3; Houston, Sumner 2-1; Noland-Lewis, C 2-1;
Soesman, Adam 2-1; Failauga, Titus 1-2; Pritchard, B. 0-3; Haley, Kyle 2-0; Patrick, Naji 2-0;
Porebski, Nick 1-0; McMaryion, M. 1-0; Mitchell, Nick 1-0.
Game Starters:
Washington

Oregon State

Pos
TE
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
QB
TB
WR
WR

##
15
72
52
65
79
73
82
3
9
1
8

OFFENSE
Daniels,Darrell
Adams, Trey
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Shelton, C.
Kirkland, A.
Perkins, Joshua
Browning, Jake
Gaskin, Myles
Mickens, Jaydon
Pettis, Dante

Pos
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
TE
WR
WR
TE
QB
TB

##
56
64
50
51
74
81
13
6
83
1D
24

OFFENSE
Seumalo, Isaac
Lauina, Fred
Mitchell, Josh
Delp, Kammy
Stanton, Dustin
Togiai, Noah
Villamin, J.
Bolden,Victor
Clute, Kellen
Mitchell, Nick
Woods,Storm

Pos
DE
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB

##
0E
99
90
41
47
7
42
35
32
26
20

DEFENSE
Mathis, Joe
Gaines, Greg
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Lawyer, Scott
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin

Pos
DE
NT
DE
STUD
MIKE
WILL
NB
CB
CB
S
S

##
99
52
59
48
35
42
27
12
14
3
30

DEFENSE
Peko, Kyle
Houston, Sumner
Barnett, L.
James, Jaswha
Saulo, Caleb
Ortiz, Ricky
Patrick, Naji
Hill, Kendall
Decoud, Treston
Arnold,Brandon
Ovgard, Gabe

Washington: 0C-Gardenhire, D., 2C-Miller, Jordan, 5-Lindquist, Jeff, 6-Cooper, Deontae, 10-Dotson, Jomon,
11-Carta-Samuels, 13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo, 16-Hall, Marvin, 17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah,
19-Lewis, Brandon, 22-Coleman, Lavon, 24-Turner, Ezekiel, 25-Burr-Kirven,Ben, 28-Wooching, Psalm,
29-O'Brien, Connor, 31-Before, Drew, 34-Constantine, S., 36-Victor, Azeem, 38-Schuh, Hayden, 40-Kinne, Ralph,
43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 48-Van Winkle, C., 50-Vea, Vita, 51-Hutchison, Luke,
53-Wambaugh, Jake, 54-Preston, Matt, 58-McGary, Kaleb, 60-Brostek, Shane, 66-Turpin, Damion, 67-Kneip, Michael,
71-James, Matt, 75-Sosebee, Jesse, 80-Richmond, Max, 81-Lenius, Brayden, 88-Sample, Drew, 92-Johnson, Jaylen,
93-Griffin, Connor, 96-Bowman, Shane, 98-Dissly, Will.
Oregon State: 0C-McMaryion, M., 2A-Owens, Garrett, 2-Jarmon, Hunter, 5-Haley, Kyle, 7-Hawkins, Xavier,
8-Mageo, Rommel, 16-Lucas, Paul, 17-Noland-Lewis, C, 18-Gilmore, Malik, 23-Haskins, Damien, 25-Bailey,Jaylynn,
29-Williams, D., 31-Porebski, Nick, 32-Willis, J., 34-Nall, Ryan, 36-Navarro, Ryan, 38-Okonkwo, C.,
43-Soesman, Adam, 45-Wallen, Shane, 55-Hungalu, Manase, 67-Moore, Trent, 68-Tauaho, Sosaia, 80-VanderVeen, B.,
87-Kell, Drew, 90-Robins, Ali'i, 93-Failauga, Titus, 95-Pritchard, B., 97-Vakameilalo, K..

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Box Score (Final)


2015 Washington Huskies Football
Washington State vs Washington (Nov 27, 2015 at Seattle, Wash.)
Score by Quarters
Washington State
Washington
Qtr
1st

Time
10:31
04:39
2nd 05:50
01:21
3rd 09:00
04:14
4th 14:55
05:55
05:38

3
7

0
10

7
7

0
21

Total

10
45

Scoring play
WSU - Powell, Erik 41 yd field goal, 10-61 4:29
WASH - McClatcher, C. 26 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 4-41 1:40
WASH - Van Winkle, C. 24 yd field goal, 10-84 5:34
WASH - Gaskin, Myles 2 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 7-70 3:58
WASH - Jones, Sidney 69 yd interception return (Van Winkle, C. kick)
WSU - Williams, Dom 1 yd pass from Bender, Peyton (Powell, Erik kick), 6-19 2:30
WASH - Gaskin, Myles 5 yd run (Van Winkle, C. kick), 11-84 4:17
WASH - Gardenhire, D. 28 yd fumble recovery (Van Winkle, C. kick)
WASH - Victor, Azeem 27 yd interception return (Van Winkle, C. kick)

FIRST DOWNS
RUSHES-YARDS (NET)
PASSING YDS (NET)
Passes Att-Comp-Int
TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS
Fumble Returns-Yards
Punt Returns-Yards
Kickoff Returns-Yards
Interception Returns-Yards
Punts (Number-Avg)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards

WSU
19
12-31
288
58-36-2
70-319
0-0
0-0
8-147
1-66
3-32.7
5-5
4-28
22:32
5 of 12
0 of 1
1-1
2-15

WASH
22
55-240
203
20-14-1
75-443
1-28
0-0
2-33
2-96
3-36.3
1-0
10-80
37:28
7 of 15
0 of 0
3-5
3-18

RUSHING: Washington State-Wicks, Gerard 7-42; Morrow, Jamal 1-6; Harrington, K. 1-1; Bender, Peyton
3-minus 18. Washington-Gaskin, Myles 32-138; McClatcher, C. 3-40; Coleman, Lavon 9-39; Mickens,
Jaydon 1-12; Cooper, Deontae 2-8; Browning, Jake 6-6; Team 2-minus 3.
PASSING: Washington State-Bender, Peyton 36-58-2-288. Washington-Browning, Jake 14-20-1-203.
RECEIVING: Washington State-Lewis, Robert 7-60; Marks, Gabe 7-58; Williams, Dom 6-47; Morrow, Jamal
5-34; Thompson, John 3-51; Baker, Tyler 2-23; Wicks, Gerard 2-minus 4; Martin Jr., Tav 1-27;
Priester, Kyrin 1-12; Lilienthal, Dan 1-9; Harrington, K. 1-minus 29. Washington-Mickens, Jaydon
5-81; Pettis, Dante 3-34; Renfro, Isaiah 2-51; Daniels,Darrell 2-20; Perkins, Joshua 1-9; Hall,
Marvin 1-8.
INTERCEPTIONS: Washington State-Pippins, Mar. 1-66. Washington-Jones, Sidney 1-69; Victor, Azeem
1-27.
FUMBLES: Washington State-Bender, Peyton 2-2; Marks, Gabe 1-1; Wicks, Gerard 1-1; Harrington, K.
1-1. Washington-Browning, Jake 1-0.
Washington State (8-4,6-3) vs. Washington (6-6,4-5)
Date: Nov 27, 2015 Site: Seattle, Wash. Stadium: Husky Stadium
Attendance: 70438
Kickoff time: 12:35 pm End of Game: 3:56 pm Total elapsed time: 3:21
Officials: Referee: Michael Batlan; Umpire: Rick DiBernardo; Linesman: Dan Antonietti;
Line judge: Rich Troyer; Back judge: Joe Johnson; Field judge: Brad Glenn;
Side judge: Michael Marsh; Center judge: Randy Campbell;
Temperature: 49 deg. Wind: Light Weather: Sunny

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SACKS (UA-A): Washington State-Mata'afa, Herc. 1-0; Paulo, Darryl 0-1; Vaeao, Destiny 0-1.
Washington-Mathis, Joe 1-0; Littleton, Cory 1-0; Dissly, Will 1-0.
TACKLES (UA-A): Washington State-Allison, J. 8-3; Luani, Shalom 7-4; Pelluer, Peyton 7-4; Vaeao,
Destiny 5-4; Molton,Darrien 2-3; Henry, Parker 2-3; White, C. 4-0; Mata'afa, Herc. 2-2; Taliulu,
Taylor 2-1; Dotson, Isaac 2-1; Palacio, Kache 2-1; Lemora, Darius 2-0; Barber, Robert 0-2; Hanser,
Dylan 1-0; Porter, Aaron 1-0; Taylor, Paris 0-1; Paulo, Darryl 0-1; Coates, Reggie 0-1; Pippins,
Mar. 0-1. Washington-King, Kevin 8-1; Clay, Brian 5-3; Bierria, K. 5-3; Jones, Sidney 4-2;
Gardenhire, D. 3-1; Victor, Azeem 3-1; Feeney, Travis 2-1; Baker, Budda 2-1; Daniels,Darrell 2-0;
Wooching, Psalm 1-1; Mathis, Joe 1-1; Littleton, Cory 1-0; Turner, Ezekiel 1-0; McClatcher, C. 1-0;
Mickens, Jaydon 1-0; Vea, Vita 1-0; Vizcaino, T. 1-0; Lewis, Brandon 1-0; Dissly, Will 1-0; Schuh,
Hayden 0-1; Gaines, Greg 0-1; McIntosh, JoJo 0-1.
Game Starters:
Washington State

Washington

Pos
X
Y
LT
LG
C
RG
RT
RB
Z
QB
RB

##
80
85
60
63
58
73
61
25
9
6
24

OFFENSE
Williams, Dom
Thompson, John
Dillard, Andre
Eklund, Gunnar
Sorenson, Riley
Middleton, Ed.
Madison, Cole
Morrow, Jamal
Marks, Gabe
Bender, Peyton
Harrington, K.

Pos
TE
LT
LG
C
RB
RT
TE
QB
TB
WR
WR

##
88
73
52
65
79
58
15
3
9
1
16

OFFENSE
Sample, Drew
Kirkland, A.
Eldrenkamp, J.
Tufunga,Siosifa
Shelton, C.
McGary, Kaleb
Daniels,Darrell
Browning, Jake
Gaskin, Myles
Mickens, Jaydon
Hall, Marvin

Pos
E
NT
T
RUSH
WIL
MIKE
NICK
CB
FS
SS
CB

##
99
92
97
40
8
47
29
22
18
30
0D

DEFENSE
Paulo, Darryl
Barber, Robert
Vaeao, Destiny
Palacio, Kache
Allison, J.
Pelluer, Peyton
Henry, Parker
Molton,Darrien
Luani, Shalom
Taliulu, Taylor
White, C.

Pos
DE
NT
DT
BUCK
LB
LB
LB
S
S
CB
CB

##
0C
99
90
41
36
7
42
35
32
26
20

DEFENSE
Gardenhire, D.
Gaines, Greg
Tupou, Taniela
Feeney, Travis
Victor, Azeem
Bierria, K.
Littleton, Cory
Clay, Brian
Baker, Budda
Jones, Sidney
King, Kevin

Washington State: 1-Priester, Kyrin, 3-McLennan, Ivan, 5-Green, Calvin, 9E-Charme, Zach, 10-Parker,Kirkland,
12-Martin Jr., Tav, 15-Lewis, Robert, 16-Broughton, Tre., 19-Teglovic,Colton, 20-Taylor, Paris,
23-Wicks, Gerard, 26-Baker, Tyler, 27-Pippins, Mar., 28-Lemora, Darius, 31-Dotson, Isaac, 33-Hanser, Dylan,
35-Dale, Hunter, 38-Fossum, Kaleb, 41-Breshears, Q., 43-Porter, Aaron, 44-Leniu, Chandler, 45-Tago, Logan,
46-Powell, Erik, 48-Lee, Alijah, 50-Mata'afa, Herc., 51-Luvu, Frankie, 54-DeRider, Nate, 55-Coates, Reggie,
64-Flor, Sam, 71-Gravelle, Lucas, 75-Salmonson, B.J., 76-O'Connell, Cody, 83-Sweet, Kyle, 87-Lilienthal, Dan,
90-Ekuale, Daniel.
Washington: 0E-Mathis, Joe, 1A-Qualls, Elijah, 2H-Little, Nik, 2C-Miller, Jordan, 5-Lindquist, Jeff,
6-Cooper, Deontae, 8-Pettis, Dante, 10-Dotson, Jomon, 11-Carta-Samuels, 13-McClatcher, C., 14-McIntosh, JoJo,
17-Bartlett, Tevis, 18-Renfro, Isaiah, 19-Lewis, Brandon, 22-Coleman, Lavon, 24-Turner, Ezekiel,
25-Burr-Kirven,Ben, 28-Wooching, Psalm, 29-O'Brien, Connor, 31-Before, Drew, 34-Constantine, S.,
38-Schuh, Hayden, 43-Vizcaino, T., 45-Durkee, Korey, 46-Masel, Ryan, 47-Lawyer, Scott, 48-Van Winkle, C.,
50-Vea, Vita, 60-Brostek, Shane, 75-Sosebee, Jesse, 80-Richmond, Max, 81-Lenius, Brayden, 82-Perkins, Joshua,
83-Salukhe, Neel, 86-Parson, Taelon, 89-Gardner, John, 92-Johnson, Jaylen, 93-Griffin, Connor,
96-Bowman, Shane, 98-Dissly, Will.

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Miscellaneous

National Championships
1960
Helms Foundation
1984
Football News; Berryman; National
Championship Foundation*
1990 FACT*
1991
USA Today/CNN; UPI/National Football
FoundatIon; Football Writers; Sports
Illustrated; Berryman; Billingsley; DeVold,
Dunkel; FACT*; FB News; Matthews;
National Championship Foundation*;
Sagarin
*Selected multiple national champions

Conference Championships
1916
Pacific Coast
1919
Pacific Coast (tie)
1925
Pacific Coast
1936
Pacific Coast
1959
AAWU (tie)
1960 AAWU
1963 AAWU
1977 Pacific-8
1980 Pacific-10
1981 Pacific-10
1990 Pacific-10
1991 Pacific-10
1992
Pacific-10 (tie)
1995
Pacific-10 (tie)
2000
Pacific-10 (tie)
Unbeaten, Untied Teams
1909 7-0-0
1910 6-0-0
1911 7-0-0
1912 7-0-0
1913 7-0-0
1915 7-0-0
1991 12-0-0
Unbeaten Teams
1895 4-0-1
1908 6-0-1
1914 6-0-1
1916 6-0-1
1991 12-0-0
Longest Winning Streaks
40 1908-1914
22 1990-1992
12 2000-2001
12 1914-1916
10
1981-1982 (post 1945)
Longest Unbeaten Streaks
64*
1907-1917 (60-0-4)
22
1990-1992 (22-0-0)
14
1924-1925 (12-0-2)
12
2000-2001 (12-0)
10
1922-1923 (9-0-1)
10
1981-1982 (10-0-0)
* NCAA Record
Consecutive Home Wins
45 1908-1917
17 1999-2002
17 1991-1993
15 1981-1983

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All-Time Largest Margin of Defeat


69 California (3-72)...................................... 1921
58 Miami (7-65)............................................ 2001
58 Oregon (0-58).......................................... 1973
56 USC (0-56)............................................... 2008
52 Alabama (0-52)....................................... 1975
50 Michigan (0-50)...................................... 1953
48 UCLA (0-48)............................................. 1967
48 USC (0-48)............................................... 1929
48 Nebraska (7-55)..................................... 1998
47 California (7-54)...................................... 2003
46 Notre Dame (0-46)................................. 1948

Consecutive Road Wins


16 1990-1992
10 1979-1981
Longest Losing Streak
15 2007-2009
Consecutive Games Scoring
259 1981-2004
Consecutive Shutouts
8
Nov. 14, 1908-Nov. 13, 1909;

Nov. 5, 1910-Nov. 4, 1911

Attendance

Consecutive Games Shutout


3
1906, 1917, 1920, 1948

Home Games

Season Total

Home Game
Home Average

Consecutive Non-Losing Seasons


27 1977-2003
16 1901-1916
Consecutive PATs Made
Total
137, 2008-2014
Games
42, 1977-81

All Games

All-Time Largest Margin of Victory


120 Whitman (120-0)..................................... 1919
108 Willamette (108-0)................................. 1925
100 Whitworth (100-0).................................. 1913
99 Fort Worden (90-0)................................ 1911
96 Col. Puget Sound (96-0)........................ 1924
77 Whitman (77-0)....................................... 1931
73 Col. Puget Sound (80-7)........................ 1925
73 Col. Puget Sound (73-0)........................ 1929
72 California (72-0)...................................... 1915
71 Whitman (71-0)....................................... 1944
Modern Largest Margin of Victory
66 Oregon (66-0).......................................... 1974
58 UC Santa Barbara (65-7)...................... 1971
57 Oregon (63-6).......................................... 1951
56 Idaho State (56-0).................................. 2013
55 Texas El-Paso (55-0)............................. 1982
54 Arizona (54-0)......................................... 1991
54 Oregon (54-0).......................................... 1977
53 Kansas State (56-3)............................... 1991
52 Colorado (59-7)....................................... 2013
51 Montana (58-7)....................................... 1951

Division I Longest Unbeaten Streaks


No. Wins
Ties
1. 64 60 4
2. 56 55 1
3.
50
46
4
4.
48
47
1
48 47 1

Team
Washington
Michigan
California
Oklahoma
Yale

Division I Longest Home Winning Streaks



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Wins Team
58 Miami (Fla.)
57 Alabama
56 Harvard
50 Michigan
47 Nebraska
45 Washington
42 Texas
40 Notre Dame
38 Notre Dame
37 Yale
37 Yale
37 Florida State

503,341 in 2003 (7 games)


445,896 in 1995 (6 games)
76,125 vs. Army, 1995
71,395 in 1987 (7 games)
74,316 in 1995 (6 games)

Years
1985-94
1963-82
1890-95
1901-07
1991-98
1908-17
1968-76
1907-18
1919-27
1904-08
1900-03
1992-01

Season Total: 783,123 in 2007 (13 games)



800,667 in 2003 (12 games)

726,774 in 1995 (11 games)
Season Average: 60,240 in 2007 (13 games)

66,722 in 2003 (12 games)

66,070 in 1995 (11 games)
Away Game:
111,491 at Michigan, 2002
Bowl Game:
105,611 vs. Iowa, 1982 Rose

Top 10 Home Attendance Marks


No. Year
1.
1995
2.
1997
3.
2007
4.
2003
5.
1995
6.
1997
7.
2000
8.
1995
9.
2001
10.
1995

Years
1907-17
1901-05
1920-25
1953-57
1885-89

Opponent Attendance
Army 76,125
Arizona State
74,986
Ohio State
74,927
Washington State
74,549
USC 74,421
Washington State
74,268
Miami (Fla.}
74,157
Washington State
74,144
Michigan 74,080
Oregon
74,054

Ended by
California
Chicago
Olympic Club
Notre Dame
Princeton

Ended by
Washington
Southern Miss.
Boston AA
Pennsylvania
Texas
Oregon State
Houston
Great Lakes
Minnesota
Brown
Princeton
Miami (Fla.)

Score
27-0
2-0
15-0
7-0
10-0

Score
38-20
38-29
0-0
6-0
20-16
0-0
30-0
7-7
7-7
10-10
11-6
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Washington Record Book Team Single Game


Miscellaneous

Long Scoring Drive (Plays) 19 at Oregon, 2005; vs. California, 2002; at California,

1975; vs. Oregon in 1955
Long Scoring Drive (Yards) 99 vs. Stanford, 1999; vs. Wash. St., 2001;

vs. San Jose State, 2004
Long Scoring Drive (Time) 9:52 at Oregon, 2005
Long One Play Scoring Drive (Yards) 91 yards vs. San Jose State, 1994
Time of Posession 41:52 vs. Florida (Freedom Bowl), 1989

Rushing

Rushing Yards 559 vs. San Jose State, 1996


Rushing Attempts 80 at Washington State, 1956
Fewest Rushing Yards (-13) vs. Stanford, 1971
Fewest Rushing Attempts 15 at Southern California, 1989
Rushing Yards Per Attempt 13.3 vs. Washington State, 1950
Fewest Rushing Yards Per Attempt (-0.5) vs. Stanford, 1971
Rushing Touchdowns 8 vs. Oregon, 1951

Passing

Pass Attempts 68 at USC, 1998


Fewest Pass Attempts 2 vs. California, 1964
Pass Completions 38 at USC, 2002
Fewest Pass Completions 0 vs. California, 1965; vs. Oregon, 1962; at Illinois, 1951
Passing Yards 455 vs. Arizona, 2001
Fewest Passing Yards 0 vs. Cal, 1965; vs. Ore., 1962; vs. Cal, 1948; at Illinois, 1951
Touchdown Passes 6 vs. UCLA, 1970
Completion Percentage (20 att.) .857 (18 for 21) at Oregon State, 2015

.857 (18 for 21) vs. San Jose State, 1993
Completion Percentage (30 att.) .818 (27 for 33) vs. Michigan,1983
Passes Had Intercepted 8 at UCLA, 1969
Yards per Attempt 17.1 vs. Michigan (Rose Bowl), 1993
Fewest Yards per Attempt 0.7 at Oregon, 1973
Yards Per Completion 30.0 at Calfornia, 1999
Fewest Yards Per Completion 6.0 vs. Eastern Washington, 2011

Scoring

Points 120 vs. Whitman, 1919 (all-time); 66 vs. Oregon, 1974 (modern)
Points by Quarter 1st Qtr. 28 vs. Idaho, 1969; at Oregon State, 2015

2nd Qtr. 31 vs. Portland State, 2012

3rd Qtr. 28 vs. Indiana, 2003; 28 vs. Stanford, 1981

vs. Oregon, 1974

4th Qtr. 30 vs. UCLA, 1970
Touchdowns 9 vs. Oregon, 1974; 9 vs. UC Santa Barbara, 1971; 9 vs.

Oregon, 1951; 9 vs. Montana, 1951; 9 vs. Oregon State, 2013
Field Goals 5 at Washington State, 2002; vs. Houston, 1985
Field Goal Attempts 8 at Washington State, 2002
Extra Points 9 vs. Oregon, 1974; 9 vs. UC Santa Barbara, 1971
Extra Point Attempts 9 vs. Oregon, 1974; 9 vs. UC Santa Barbara, 1971
Combined Points 120 vs. Whitman, 1919
Points in a Half Overall 45 vs. Port. St.; at OSU, 1999; vs. Nwestern, 1980; at OSU, 2015

1st Half 45 vs. Port. St.; at OSU, 1999; vs. Nwestern, 1980; at OSU, 2015

2nd Half 42 vs. Oregon, 1974; at Illinois, 1971; at Ore. St., 2013

First Downs

First Downs 36 vs. Wyoming, 2002


Fewest First Downs 2 vs. California, 1948 (all-time); 3 vs. Oregon, 1984 (modern)
Rushing First Downs 27 vs. Idaho, 1956
Fewest Rushing First Downs 0 at USC, 1989; at UCLA, 2001
Passing First Downs 26 vs. Wyoming, 2002
Fewest Passing First Downs 0 on 13 occasions, last vs.Stanford, 1967
Penalty First Downs 7 vs. Nevada, 2003
Fewest Penalty First Downs 0 numerous times

Interceptions

Interceptions 9 vs. Oregon, 1952

Total Offense

Total Offensive Attempts 98 at USC, 1998


Fewest Offensive Attempts 38 vs. California, 1948
Total Offensive Yards 734 vs. San Jose State, 1996
Fewest Total Offensive Yards 61 vs. California, 1948
Total Offensive Average Per Attempt 11.6 at Washington St, 1950 (Spokane)
Lowest Offensive Average Per Attempt 1.47 at UCLA, 1967

Punt Returns

Punt Returns 9 vs. Montana, 1951; 9 vs. BYU, 1998


Punt Return Yards 166 vs. California, 1998
Punt Return Yards Per Attempt (min. 3) 36.3 vs. Kansas St., 1991 (3 att., 109 yds.)
Punt Returns for Touchdowns 2 vs. Oregon, 1984

Kickoff Returns

Kickoff Returns 12 at Stanford, 2011


Kickoff Return Yards 285 at Stanford, 2011
Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt (min. 3) 47.0 vs. BYU, 1986 (3 att., 141 yds.)
Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns 2 vs. Utah, 1959

Punting

Punts 12 at Arizona State, 1983


Fewest Punts 0 vs. UCLA, 1962; vs. Wyoming, 2002
Punting Average (Min. 5) 54.6 at Colorado, 1959 (7 att., 382 yds.)

Penalties

Penalties 18 at Washington State, 2012; at Oregon State, 1976


Fewest Penalties 0 vs. Stanford, 1948; at Washington State, 1960
Penalty Yards 163 at California, 1959
Fewest Penalty Yards 0 vs. Stanford, 1948; at Washington State, 1960

Fumbles

Fumbles 11 at Oregon, 1969


Fumbles Lost 7 at USC, 1956

Single-Game Defense
Rushing Defense

Fewest Rushing Attempts 17 vs. Eastern Washington, 2011


Fewest Rushing Yards (- 50) vs. Pacific, 1981
Most Rushing Yards Lost 115 vs. California, 1972
Fewest Rushing Yards Per Attempt (- 1.88) vs. BYU, 1986

Pass Defense

Fewest Pass Attempts 2 at California, 1965


Fewest Pass Completions 0 at Indiana, 1978
Fewest Passing Yards 0 at Indiana, 1978; at Oregon State, 1991
Lowest Average per Passing Attempt (15 att.) 1.0 vs. Oregon State, 1975
Lowest Average per Completion (10 comp.) 6.4 at Oregon, 2004

Interceptions

Interceptions 9 vs. Oregon, 1952


Interception Yards 213 vs. Oregon, 1952
Interception Returns for Touchdowns 2 vs. Michigan State, 1997; at Stanford,

1978; vs. Utah, 1959; at Oregon State, 1999; vs. Oregon State, 2002

Total Defense

Fewest Total Offensive Yards Allowed 42 vs. Montana, 1951


Fewest Total Offensive Attempts Allowed 37 vs. Oregon State, 1953

First Downs

Fewest First Downs 2 vs. Oregon, 1974

Fumbles

Most Fumbles 10 vs. Oregon State, 1959


Most Opp. Fumbles Recovered 5 on 10 occasions; last - vs. Wash. State, 2015

Punting

Most Opponent Punts 13 vs. Cincinnati, 1974; at Arizona State, 2000


Most Opponent Punts Blocked 3 at UCLA, 1953

Tackles

Sacks 13 vs. California, 1998; 13 vs Utah State, 1998


Tackles for Loss Yards 118 vs. California, 1972

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Miscellaneous

Long Scoring Drive (Plays)

Plays Opponent
1. 19
Notre Dame, 2009
19
Oregon, 2005
19
California, 2002
19
California, 1975
19
Oregon, 1955
6. 18
Arizona State, 2001
18
East Carolina, 1993
18
UCLA, 1990
9. 17
six times

Long Scoring Drive (Yards)


(since 1987)

Yards Opponent
1. 99
Arizona, 2007
99
San Jose State, 2004
99
Stanford, 1999
4. 98
Washington State, 2010
98
Stanford, 2007
98
Idaho, 2000
98
Nebraska, 1991
8. 97
California, 2013
97
Idaho, 2009
97
Pacific, 1992

Long Scoring Drive (Time)


Time
1. 9:52
2. 9:31
3. 9:19
4. 8:34
5. 8:31
6. 8:10
7. 7:49
8. 7:37
9. 7:35
10. 7:24

Opponent
Oregon, 2005
Arizona, 1999
Notre Dame, 2009
Utah, 2012
Washington State, 2010
UCLA, 1990
Utah, 2011
Oregon, 2003
Washington State, 1996
Oregon State, 2012

One-Play Scoring Drives


Yards
1. 91 yds
91 yds
3. 89 yds
4. 86 yds
5. 83 yds
6. 80 yds
7. 78 yds
78 yds
9. 75 yds
10. 73 yds
69 yds
57 yds
57 yds
56 yds
52 yds
48 yds
44 yds
42 yds
40 yds
39 yds
39 yds
32 yds
29 yds
27 yds
25 yds
25 yds
17 yds
16 yds
15 yds
13 yds
13 yds
12 yds
12 yds
7 yds
7 yds
2 yds

74

Opponent
Hawaii, 2014
San Jose State, 1994
San Jose State, 2002
Arizona State, 2000
Oregon, 2007
California, 2010
Sacramento State, 2015
Arizona, 2001
Illinois, 2014
Arizona, 1990
Arizona State, 1989
Washington State, 2010
Syracuse, 2010
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Nebraska, 2011
San Jose State, 1996
USC, 2010
California, 2001
Oregon, 1989
Oregon State, 2009
Wash. State, 2004
Arizona State, 2007
Oregon State, 1996
USC, 2015
Ohio State, 1994
Arizona, 1999
Oregon, 2010
California, 2000
Utah State, 1998
Oregon, 2002
Arizona, 1998
UCLA, 2004
Idaho, 2000
Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl
Oregon State, 1996
Oregon, 1998

Time of Possession
Time
1. 41:52
2. 41:26
3. 41:22
4. 41:17
5. 40:09
6. 39:49
7. 38:58
8. 38:42*
9. 38:39
10. 38:38

Opponent
Florida, '89 Freedom Bowl
Arizona State, 1987
Oregon State, 2015
Oregon State, 1999
Oregon, 2002
California, 1982
Arizona State, 1990
Washington State, 1996
UCLA, 2000
Portland State, 2012

* Overtime game

Points Scored (All-Time)

Opponent
Whitman, 1919
Willamette, 1925
Whitworth, 1913
Fort Worden, 1911
Puget Sound, 1924
Rainier Valley AC, 1914
Puget Sound, 1925
Whitman, 1931
Puget Sound, 1929
California, 1915

Points Scored (Since 1945)


No.
1. 69-27
2. 66-0
3. 65-7
4. 63-7
5. 61-20
6. 59-52
59-7
8. 58-28
58-6
58-7

Opponent
Oregon State, 2013
Oregon, 1974
UC Santa Barbara, 1971
Oregon, 1971
Oregon, 1951
Eastern Washington, 2014
Colorado, 2013
Arizona, 1997
Oregon State, 1991
Montana, 1951

Combined Points
Points
1. 123 (56-67)
2. 120 (120-0)
3. 111 (59-52)
4. 108 (108-0)
5. 103 (49-54)
6. 100 (100-0)
7. 99 (90-0)
8. 96 (69-27)
96 (96-0)
10. 90 (43-47)

Opponent
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Whitman, 1919
Eastern Wash., 2014
Willamette, 1925
California, 1973
Whitworth, 1913
Fort Worden, 1911
Oregon State, 2013
Puget Sound, 1924
Texas, '01 Holiday Bowl

Points in a Half (Overall)


Points
1. 45 (1st)
45 (2nd)
45 (1st)
45 (1st)
45 (1st)
6. 44 (1st)
7. 43 (1st)
8. 42 (1st)
42 (2nd)
42 (2nd)

Points
1. 45 (1st)
45 (1st)
45 (1st)
45 (1st)
5. 44 (1st)
6. 43 (1st)
7. 42 (1st)
42 (1st)
9. 41 (1st)
10. 39 (1st)

Opponent
Oregon State, 2015
Portland State, 2012
Oregon State, 1999
Northwestern, 1980
Oregon State, 1991
San Jose State, 1996
Idaho State, 2013
BYU, 1986
Arizona, 1997
Utah State, 1998

Points in a Half (2nd Half)

Scoring

No.
1. 120-0
2. 108-0
3. 100-0
4. 99-0
5. 96-0
6. 81-0
7. 80-7
8. 77-0
9. 73-0
10. 72-0

Points in a Half (1st Half)

Opponent
Oregon State, 2015
Georgia State, 2014
Portland State, 2012
Oregon State, 1999
Northwestern, 1980
Oregon State, 1991
San Jose St, 1996
BYU, 1986
Oregon, 1974
Illinois, 1971

Points
1. 45 (2nd)
2. 42 (2nd)
42 (2nd)
42 (2nd)
5. 35 (2nd)
35 (2nd)
35 (2nd)
35 (2nd)
35 (2nd)
35 (2nd)

Opponent
Georgia State, 2014
Oregon State, 2013
Oregon, 1974
Illinois, 1971
Oregon, 2003
Oregon State, 1997
Miami, 1994
Stanford, 1977
California, 1973
UCSB, 1971

Points in a Quarter - 1st


Points
1. 28
28
3. 25
4. 24
24
24
7. 22
8. 21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21

Opponent
Oregon State, 2015
Idaho, 1968
San Jose State, 1996
Eastern Wash., 2014
UCLA, 2004
Northwestern, 1980
Utah State, 1998
Idaho State, 2013
Colorado, 2011
Hawaii, 2011
Hawai'i, 2007
Arizona, 2001
Oregon State, 1999
Arizona, 1997
Oregon State, 1992
Toldeo, 1991
Washington St, 1988
Washington St, 1977
UCSB, 1971
Utah, 1959

Points in a Quarter - 2nd


Points
1. 31
2. 30
3. 28
28
28
28
7. 27
27
9. 24
24
24
24

Opponent
Portland State, 2012
Oregon State, 1989
Sacramento State, 2015
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Oregon State, 1991
Arizona, 1980
Arizona, 1991
BYU, 1986
Oregon State, 1999
Wash. State, 1990
Ohio State, 1986
Oregon State, 1976

Points in a Quarter - 4th


Points
1. 30
2. 28
28
28
5. 24
6. 23
7. 22
22
9. 21

Opponent
UCLA, 1970
Stanford, 1977
California, 1973
Illinois, 1971
Georgia State, 2014
California, 2000
Stanford, 2000
Colorado, 1989
14 times

Touchdowns
No.
1. 9
9
9
9
9
6. 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

Opponent
Oregon State, 2013
Oregon, 1974
UC Santa Barbara, 1971
Oregon, 1951
Montana, 1951
Eastern Washington, 2014
Colorado, 2013
Idaho State, 2013
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Oregon State, 1981
UCLA, 1970
Navy, 1970
Pacific, 1960
Idaho, 1956
Washington State, 1950

PAT Attempts

No. Opponent
1. 9
Oregon State, 2013
9
Oregon, 1974
9
UC Santa Barbara, 1971
3. 8
Colorado, 2013
8
Idaho State, 2013
8
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
8
Oregon State, 1981
8
Navy, 1970
8
Pacific, 1960
9. 7
eight times

PATs-Made

No. Opponent
1. 9
Oregon State, 2013
9
Oregon, 1974
9
UC Santa Barbara, 1971
4. 8
Colorado, 2013
8
Idaho State, 2013
8
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
8
Oregon State, 1981
8
Navy, 1970
9. 7
seven times

Field Goals Made

No. Opponent
1. 5
Washington State, 2002
5
Houston, 1985
3. 4
nine times, most recent

at USC, 2010

Points in a Quarter - 3rd


Points
1. 28
28
28
4. 27
5. 25
6. 24
7. 22
8. 21

Opponent
Indiana, 2003
Stanford, 1981
Oregon, 1974
California, 1982
Miami, 1994
Stanford, 1978
Washington State, 1976
13 times

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Field Goals Attempted

No. Opponent
1. 8
Washington State, 2002
2. 5
Washington State, 2008
5
California, 2002
5
Houston, 1985
5
Oregon State, 1984
5
Northwestern, 1984
5
UCLA, 1977
8. 4
19 times,

most recent:

at Oregon, 2010

First Downs

Overall

No. Opponent
1. 36
Wyoming, 2002
2. 33
Boise State, 2013
33
Stanford, 1999
33
Idaho, 1956
5. 32
Miami (Ohio), 1984
6. 31
Colorado, 2011
31
Stanford, 2007
31
UCLA, 2002
31
Oregon State, 2000
31
San Jose State, 1996
31
Nebraska, 1991
31
Michigan State, 1970

Fewest Overall
No.
1. 2
2. 3
3. 5
5
5. 6
6
6
6
6
10. 7

Opponent
California, 1948
Oregon, 1984
Michigan, 1953
USC, 1952
USC, 2004
Oregon, 1973
UCLA, 1967
Air Force, 1966
UCLA, 1956
seven times,
most recent:
vs. Stanford, 2010

By Rushing

No. Opponent
1. 27
Idaho, 1956
2. 25
Oregon State, 1970
3. 24
San Jose State, 1996
24
Miami (Ohio), 1984
5. 23
Stanford, 2007
23
Washington State, 1956
6. 22
Oregon State, 1953
7. 21
Arizona State, 1990
21
UCLA, 1974
21
St. Marys, 1947
10. 20
Minnesota, 1976
20
Oregon, 1974
20
Idaho, 1960

Fewest by Rushing

No. Opponent
1. 0
UCLA, 2001
0
USC, 1989
3. 1
Boise State, 2015
1
USC, 1988
1
Stanford, 1971
1
Michigan, 1970
1
California, 1948
8. 2
Arizona State, 2013
2
Arizona State, 1985
2
Oregon, 1984
2
Arizona State, 1975
2
Washington State, 1972
2
USC, 1970

By Passing

No. Opponent
1. 26
Wyoming, 2002
2. 20
Idaho, 2002
20
USC, 1970
4. 19
Arizona State, 2015
19
Arizona, 2001
6. 18
UCLA, 2002
18
Washington State, 2002
18
Washington State, 2001
18
Arizona State, 1989
10. 17
Stanford, 2013
17
California, 2002
17
UCLA, 2001
17
Oregon State, 1970

Fewest by Passing

1.











No.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

By Penalty

1.
2.






9.

No.
7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5

Opponent
Stanford, 1967
California, 1964
Oregon, 1962
Oregon State, 1961
California, 1961
California, 1959
Oregon, 1957
Ohio State, 1957
Washington State, 1956
California, 1956
USC, 1956
Stanford, 1947
St. Marys, 1947
Opponent
Nevada, 2003
Oregon State, 2003
UCLA, 2002
Arizona State, 2002
UCLA, 2000
California, 2000
Oregon State, 1998
California, 1973
eight times

Fewest by Penalty

1.

No. Opponent
0
Numerous times

Rushing

Rushing Attempts

No. Opponent
1. 80
Washington State, 1956
2. 77
St. Marys, 1947
3. 76
California, 1962
4. 74
Stanford, 1964
74
Idaho, 1956
6. 72
Oregon State, 1953
7. 71
Oregon, 1963
8. 70
Oregon, 1977
70
Oregon State, 1975
70
Oregon, 1974

Fewest Rushing Attempts



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.




No.
15
19
21
22
23
24
24
24
24
24
24

Opponent
USC, 1989
USC, 2002
Oregon, 2006
Boise State, 2015
Notre Dame, 2008
LSU, 2012
USC, 2011
Arizona, 2009
Ohio State, 2003
Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl
Oregon, 1995

Rushing Yards

No. Opponent
1. 559 San Jose State, 1996
2. 530 Oregon State, 2013
3. 430 Idaho, 1956
4. 415 St. Marys, 1947
5. 413 Ohio State, 1966
6. 400 Washington State, 1950
7. 403 Oregon, 1951
8. 397 Virginia, 1976
9. 396 California, 1990
10. 388 Stanford, 2007

Fewest Rushing Yards



1.
2.

4.
5.

7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
-13
-11
-11
-8
-5
-5
7
13
16
17

Opponent
Stanford, 1971
Washington State, 1973
Washington State, 1972
UCLA, 2001
Arizona State, 2013
USC, 2002
Ohio State, 2003
Oregon, 2006
Oregon, 1995
Notre Dame, 1949

Yards per Att. Average


No.
1. 13.3 (30-400)
2. 9.14 (58-530)
3. 9.02 (62-559)
4. 7.90 (30-236)
5. 7.50 (42-315)
6. 7.38 (40-295)
7. 7.36 (41-302)
8. 7.33 (54-396)
9. 7.23 (40-289)
10. 7.13 (47-335)

Opponent
Washington St., 1950
Oregon State, 2013
San Jose St., 1996
Arizona State, 1992
Wash. St., 2010
Colorado, 2011
Syracuse, 2007
California, 1990
BYU, 1997
Nebraska, 1991

Fewest Yards per Rushing Att.

No.
Opponent
1. -0.50 (25/-13) Stanford, 1971
2. -0.44 (25/-11) Washington St., 1973
3. -0.36 (30/-11) Washington St., 1972
4. -0.29 (28/-8) UCLA, 2001
5. -0.26 (19/-5) USC, 2002
6. -0.20 (25/-5) Arizona State, 2013
7. 0.29 (24/7) Ohio State, 2003
8. 0.50 (39/20) Michigan, 1970
9. 0.51 (37/19) Washington St., 2002
10. 0.67 (24/16) Oregon, 1995

Rushing Touchdowns

1.
2.




5.







No.
8
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6

Opponent
Oregon, 1951
Eastern Wash., 2014
Oregon State, 2013
Oregon, 1974
Pacific, 1960
Montana, 1951
Syracuse, 2007
San Jose State, 1996
UCLA, 1996
Miami (Ohio), 1984
Air Force, 1980
California, 1977
Kansas State, 1962
Idaho, 1956
Washington State, 1950

Passing

Pass Attempts

No. Opponent
1. 68
USC, 1998
2. 65
USC, 2002
3. 60
UCLA, 2002
4. 59
California, 2002
5. 58
Washington State, 2002
6. 57
USC, 1970
7. 54
Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl
54
Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
9. 52
Arizona State, 2015
52
Arizona, 2012

Fewest Pass Attempts

No. Opponent
1. 2
California, 1964
2. 3
Oregon, 1962
3
UCLA, 1960
4. 4
Illinois, 1961
5. 5
12 times, most recent

vs. Oregon, 1976

Pass Completions

1.
2.
3.



7.
8.
9.

No.
38
37
35
35
35
35
33
31
30
30

Opponent
USC, 2002
Wyoming, 2002
Washington State, 2002
Arizona, 2002
USC, 1998
Maryland, 1982 Aloha Bowl
Stanford, 2013
Arizona, 2003
Oregon State, 1970
USC, 1970

Fewest Pass Completions

No. Opponent
1. 0
California, 1964
0
Oregon, 1962
0
Illinois, 1961
4. 1
eight times, most recent

vs. Oregon State, 1961

Pass Interceptions Thrown


No.
1. 8
2. 7
3. 6
6
6
6
7. 5

Opponent
UCLA, 1969
Stanford, 1934
Miami, 2001
Oregon, 1973
Oregon State, 1970
Stanford, 1953
12 times, most recent
vs. California, 2006

75

Passing Yards

1.
2.

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
455
438
438
436
429
428
409
405
399
397

Opponent
Arizona, 2001
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Idaho, 2002
Wyoming, 2002
UCLA, 2002
Arizona State, 1989
UCLA, 1970
Arizona State, 2015
California, 2002
Purdue, 1971

Fewest Passing Yards



1.



5.
6.

8.
9.

No.
0
0
0
0
2
6
6
8
9
9

Opponent
California, 1964
Oregon, 1962
Illinois, 1961
California, 1948
Oregon, 1957
Stanford, 1967
Washington State, 1956
California, 1961
Oregon State, 1961
USC, 1956

Passing Touchdowns

No. Opponent
1. 6
UCLA, 1970
2. 5
Colorado, 2012
5
Oregon State, 2010
5
California, 1973
5
Idaho, 1948
6. 4
13 times

Yards per Attempt (Min. 15 Attempts)

No.
1. 13.70 (21-288)
2. 13.60 (22-300)
3. 13.04 (25-326)
4. 12.89 (26-335)
5. 12.41 (17-211)
6. 12.30 (29-356)
7. 12.12 (26-315)
8. 12.00 (24-288)
9. 11.92 (24-286)
10. 11.87 (31-328)

Opponent
San Jose St., 1993
California, 1999
Sac. St., 2015
Air Force, 1980
Navy, 1970
UCLA, 1965
Hawaii, 2011
BYU, 1997
California, 2009
Utah State, 2015

Fewest Yards per Attempt


(Minimum 15 Attempts)

No.
1. 0.70 (29-20)
2. 1.60 (15-24)
3. 1.65 (20-33)
4. 1.86 (22-41)
5. 2.03 (29-59)
6. 2.11 (17-36)
7. 2.13 (16-34)
8. 2.19 (46-21)
9. 2.25 (28-63)
10. 2.35 (17-40)

Opponent
Oregon, 1973
USC, 1962
Air Force, 1966
USC, 1972
Wash. St., 1968
Oregon, 1984
Oregon State, 1955
Texas Tech, 1981
USC, 2004
USC, 1969

Yards per Completion


(Minimum 10 Completions)

No.
1. 30.0 (10-300)
2. 27.4 (10-274)
3. 22.5 (10-225)
4. 22.1 (16-354)
5. 20.9 (11-230)
6. 20.3 (18-366)
7. 19.8 (17-336)
19.8 (15-297)
8. 19.4 (15-291)
19.4 (22-213)
10. 19.2 (17-326)

76

Opponent
California, 1999
California, 1971
Northwestern, 1980
Wash. St., 1973
Oregon, 1965
California, 1973
Arizona, 2007
California, 1974
Stanford, 2001
Wash. St., 1972
Sac. St., 2015

Fewest Yards per Completion


(Minimum 10 Completions)

No.
1. 6.00 (17-102)
2. 6.53 (15-98)
3. 6.92 (13-90)
4. 7.10 (10-71)
5. 7.38 (13-96)
6. 7.47 (19-142)
7. 7.50 (10-75)
8. 7.55 (18-136)
9. 7.75 (12-93)
10. 8.07 (14-113)

Opponent
EWU, 2011
Stanford, 2014
USC, 2007
Arizona, 1984
UCLA, 1981
Wash. St, 1983
Oregon, 1981
Oregon, 1985
Ohio State, 1958
East Carolina, 1993

Pass Completion Percentage


(Minimum 10 Completions)
No.
1. .857 (18-21)
.857 (18-21)
3. .833 (20-24)
4. .818 (27-33)
5. .810 (17-21)
6. .800 (28-35)
.800 (12-15)
8. .792 (19-24)
.792 (19-24)
10. .782 (18-23)

Opponent
Oregon State, 2015
San Jose St., 1993
California, 2009
Michigan, 1983
Oregon, 1999
Illinois, 2013
Oregon, 1949
Oregon State, 2014
BYU, 1997
Arizona, 1980

Total Offense

Total Offense Attempts



1.
2.
3.
4.

6.



10.

No.
98
97
96
95
95
93
93
93
93
92
92

Opponent
USC, 1998
Oregon State, 1953
California, 1981
Stanford, 2007
Washington State, 2002
Wisconsin, 1992
Oregon State, 1982
Oregon, 1974
Purdue, 1971
UCLA, 2002
Oregon, 1977

Fewest Total Offense Attempts



1.
2.
3.

5.
6.

8.
9.



No.
38
42
43
43
44
45
45
46
47
47
47
47
47

Opponent
California, 1948
Stanford, 2010
Oregon State, 1966
Washington State, 1947
USC, 1965
Stanford, 2015
Oregon, 1984
Minnesota, 1961 Rose Bowl
Arizona, 2009
Syracuse, 1973
Stanford, 1962
California, 1955
Baylor, 1955

Total Offensive Yards



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
734
692
680
675
670
642
628
620
618
615

Opponent
San Jose State, 1996
Oregon State, 2013
Idaho State, 2013
Washington State, 1950
Stanford, 1999
California, 2013
Colorado, 2013
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Nebraska, 1991
Illinois, 2013

Fewest Total Offensive Yards



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
61
66
84
102
105
105
107
109
113
120
120

Opponent
California, 1948
Washington State, 1947
UCLA, 1967
Oregon, 1973
Minnesota, 1957
Minnesota, 1948
Stanford, 2010
Oregon, 1984
USC, 2004
USC, 1981
USC, 1972

Total Offense Average per Att.

No.
1. 11.6 (58-675)
2. 9.10 (82-734)
3. 9.02 (64-577)
4. 8.92 (61-544)
5. 8.78 (65-571)
6. 8.43 (82-692)
7. 8.39 (81-680)
8. 8.38 (74-620)
9. 8.23 (78-642)
10. 8.22 (72-592)

Opponent
Wash. St, 1950
San Jose St, 1996
BYU, 1997
Sac. St., 2015
Wash. St., 2010
Oregon State, 2013
Idaho State, 2013
Baylor, 2011 Alamo
California, 2013
Air Force, 1980

No.
1. 1.47 (57-84)
2. 1.67 (61-102)
3. 1.86 (83-155)
4. 1.93 (62-120)
5. 2.05 (55-113)
6. 2.20 (65-143)
7. 2.23 (75-167)
8. 2.29 (54-124)
9. 2.30 (53-120)
10. 2.38 (71-169)

Opponent
UCLA, 1967
Oregon, 1973
Wash. St, 1968
USC, 1972
USC, 2004
California, 1968
Oregon, 1969
Air Force, 1966
USC, 1981
Stanford, 1971

Lowest Avg. per Attempt

Punting

Punts

1.


4.





No.
12
12
12
11
11
11
11
11
11
11

Punt Yards
Yards
1. 540
2. 515
3. 482
4. 463
5. 450
6. 448
7. 445
8. 438
9. 432
10. 429

Opponent
Arizona State, 1982
USC, 1975
Oregon State, 1969
Arizona State, 2013
Stanford, 1971
Washington State, 1968
UCLA, 1967
UCLA, 1953
USC, 1953
Washington State, 1948
Opponent
Arizona State, 1982
Arizona State, 2013
UCLA, 1967
Washington State, 1968
Stanford, 1971
UCLA, 1982
USC, 1975
Nebraska, 2010
San Jose State, 1990
USC, 2004

Punting Average (Minimum 4 Attempts)

No.
1. 52.2 (8-418)
2. 51.8 (4-207)
3. 51.6 (5-258)
4. 51.4 (5-257)
5. 49.8 (5-249)
6. 49.7 (7-348)
7. 49.0 (5-245)
49.0 (5-245)
9. 48.8 (6-293)
48.8 (5-244)

Opponent
USC, 2011
Colorado, 1990
USC, 1993
BYU, 1999
Wash. St., 1990
California, 2001
California, 1974
USC, 1956
Oregon, 2007
UCLA, 2006

Punts Had Blocked


No.
1. 3
2. 2
2
4. 1

Opponent
UCLA, 1953
Stanford, 2004
Arizona, 2004
Numerous times

Punt Returns
Punt Returns

1.

3.






No.
9
9
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

Opponent
BYU, 1998
Montana, 1951
Utah State, 1998
Oregon, 1974
Oregon, 1972
Texas Christian, 1971
Air Force, 1967
UCLA, 1956
Utah, 1949
Washington State, 1947

Punt Return Yards



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

10.

No.
166
153
151
150
149
140
134
131
131
130

Opponent
California, 1998
Utah, 1949
Texas Christian, 1971
Kansas State, 1962
Illinois, 1971
Idaho, 2001
Baylor, 1964
Arizona State, 1990
USC, 1951
Wisconsin, 1960 Rose Bowl

Punt Return yards Per Att. (Min. 4)

No.
1. 35.0 (4-140)
2. 26.2 (5-131)
3. 25.3 (4-101)
4. 23.7 (6-166)
5. 22.6 (5-113)
6. 22.3 (6-134)
7. 21.8 (6-131)
8. 21.4 (7-150)
9. 20.8 (4-83)
10. 19.1 (8-153)

Opponent
Idaho, 2001
Arizona State, 1990
Oregon State, 2003
California, 1998
Georgia State, 2014
Baylor, 1964
USC, 1951
Kansas State, 1962
Iowa, 1982 Rose Bowl
Utah, 1949

Kickoff Returns

Kickoff Returns
No.
1. 12
2. 10
3. 9

Opponent
Stanford, 2011
UCLA, 1973
12 times;
most recent:
Oregon, 2012

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Kickoff Return Yards



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
285
258
213
212
207
207
206
193
190
188
188

Opponent
Stanford, 2011
UCLA, 1998
California, 1974
Minnesota, 1957
UCLA, 2014
UCLA, 1969
Mississippi State, 1977
Washington State, 2007
Stanford, 1970
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Texas Christian, 1971

Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt


(Minimum 4 Returns)

No.
1. 38.0 (5-190)
2. 37.6 (5-188)
3. 35.8 (5-179)

4. 34.5 (6-207)
5. 34.3 (6-206)
6. 33.3 (4-133)
7. 31.8 (5-159)
8. 31.0 (5-155)
9. 30.0 (4-120)
10. 29.8 (4-119)

Opponent
Stanford, 1970
TCU, 1971
Colorado, 1999
Holiday Bowl
UCLA, 2014
Mississippi St., 1977
Arizona, 1997
California, 1970
Arizona, 2001
Hawaii, 2011
California, 2000

Kickoff Returns for TDs

No. Opponent
1. 2
Utah, 1959
2. 1
Numerous Times

Fumbles

Fumbles
No. Opponent
1. 11
Oregon, 1969
11
Idaho, 1955
3. 9
Alabama, 1975
9
Stanford, 1963
5. 8
Oregon State, 1974
8
California, 1956
8
USC, 1956
8
Notre Dame, 1948
9. 7
16 times, most recent

vs. Arizona State, 1999

Fumbles Lost

No. Opponent
1. 7
USC, 1956
2. 6
Arizona State, 1999
6
Navy, 1970
6
Oregon, 1969
6
California, 1956
6. 5
nine times, most recent

vs. Arizona State, 2000

Penalties

Penalties

No. Opponent
1. 18
Washington State, 2012
18
Oregon State, 1976
3. 16
Idaho State, 2013
4. 15
Idaho, 1968
5. 14
Washington State, 1997
14
Utah, 1949
7. 13
11 times;

most recent:

Arizona, 2014

Fewest Penalties
No.
1. 0
0
3. 1

Opponent
Washington State, 1960
Stanford, 1948
14 times, most recent
vs. Wyoming, 2002

Penalty Yards

No. Opponent
1. 163 California, 1959
2. 156 Oregon State, 1976
3. 155 Idaho, 1968
4. 146 Virginia, 1976
5. 143 Washington State, 1997
143 Washington State, 1970
7. 140 Illinois, 1971
8. 136 Washington State, 1993
136 Purdue, 1972
10. 135 California, 1999
135 California, 1998

Fewest Penalty Yards

No. Opponent
1. 0
Washington State, 1960
0
Stanford, 1948
3. 5
Oregon State, 1959
5
Illinois, 1950
5
UCLA, 1948
6. 8
Oklahoma, 2008
8
Oregon State, 1981
8. 9
California, 2006
9. 10
Boise St., 2012 (LV Bowl)
10
California, 2009
10
Washington State, 1985
10
USC, 1984
10
Air Force, 1966
10
Oregon, 1962
10
Oregon State, 1960
10
UCLA, 1960
10
Minnesota, 1957
10
Oregon, 1951

DEFENSE
First Downs

Fewest Allowed

1.
2.

4.


7.


No.
2
3
3
4
4
4
6
6
6
6

Opponent
Oregon, 1974
Montana, 1951
Washington State, 1947
USC, 1953
Oregon State, 1953
Utah, 1949
Oregon State, 1991
UCLA, 1956
Idaho, 1955
Oregon State, 1952

Fewest Allowed by Rushing



1.


4.









No.
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Opponent
UTEP, 1982
Pacific, 1960
Oregon State, 1953
Sacramento State, 2015
Washington State, 2015
Stanford, 2006
USC, 2002
Arizona State, 1988
Arizona State, 1987
East Carolina, 1993
BYU, 1986
Oregon, 1984
Oregon, 1964
Oregon, 1951

Fewest Allowed by Passing



1.













No.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Opponent
Oregon State, 1992
Oregon State, 1991
Miami (OH), 1984
Indiana, 1978
USC, 1975
Oregon, 1974
Purdue, 1972
Ohio State, 1958
Colorado, 1957
USC, 1956
UCLA, 1955
Montana, 1951
Notre Dame, 1948
Washington State, 1947
Washington State, 1947

Fewest by Penalty

No. Opponent
1. 0
Numerous Times

Total Offense

Fewest Total Offense Attempts

No. Opponent
1. 37
Oregon State, 1953
2. 42
Arizona State, 1987
3. 44
UCLA, 1962
44
California, 1952
5. 45
USC, 1953
6. 46
Oregon State, 2015
46
USC, 1960
46
Washington State, 1955
9. 48
LSU, 2009
48
Oregon, 1991
48
UCLA, 1959

Fewest Total Offensive Yards

No. Opponent
1. 42
Montana, 1951
2. 55
Oregon, 1974
3. 83
Oregon State, 1991
4. 87
California, 1959
5. 97
Oregon, 1977
97
USC, 1953
7. 102 UC Santa Barbara, 1971
102 Washington State, 1964
9. 103 East Carolina, 1993
10. 112 Oregon, 1983

Lowest Average per Attempt

No.
1. 0.78 (54-42)
2. 1.00 (55-55)
3. 1.51 (55-83)
4. 1.55 (56-89)
5. 1.67 (58-97)
6. 1.68 (68-114)
7. 1.78 (58-103)
8. 1.82 (56-102)
9. 1.88 (63-119)
10. 1.90 (80-154)

Opponent
Montana, 1951
Oregon, 1974
Oregon State, 1991
California, 1959
Oregon, 1977
Oregon, 1968
East Carolina, 1993
UCSB, 1971
Kansas, 1978
Oregon State, 1984

Rushing

Fewest Rushing Attempts



1.
2.
3.
4.

6.

8.



No.
12
17
19
20
20
21
21
22
22
22
22
22

Opponent
Washington State, 2015
Eastern Washington, 2011
Arizona, 2011
Oregon, 1999
Oregon State, 1987
UCLA, 1964
Oregon State, 1953
Oregon State, 2013
Hawaii, 2011
Arizona State, 1990
Oregon State, 1986
Northwestern, 1983

Fewest Rushing Yards

No. Opponent
1. -50 Pacific, 1981
2. -45 BYU, 1986
3. -26 Wisconsin, 1967
4. -17 Kansas State, 1991
5. -16 Oregon State, 1987
6. -14 USC, 1996
7. -11 Washington State, 1990
8. -11 Baylor, 1964
9. -7
Arizona, 2006
-7
San Diego State, 1997

Lowest Average per Attempt


(Min. 20 Attempts)

No.
1. -1.88 (24/-45)
2. -1.60 (31/-50)
3. -0.80 (20/-16)
4. -0.79 (33-26)
5. -0.56 (30/-17)
6. -0.47 (30/-14)
7. -0.40 (26/-11)
8. -0.39 (28/-11)
9. -0.29 (24/-7)
9. -0.27 (26/-7)
10. -0.07 (27/-2)
-0.07 (27/-2)

Opponent
BYU, 1986
Pacific, 1981
Oregon State, 1987
Wisconsin, 1967
Kansas State, 1991
USC, 1996
Baylor, 1964
Wash. St, 1990
Arizona, 2006
San Diego St, 1997
Oregon, 1983
Wash. St, 1956

Passing

Fewest Pass Attempts



1.
2.



6.


9.

No.
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
5
5
5

Opponent
California, 1965
Colorado, 1989
Indiana, 1978
USC, 1975
Ohio State, 1958
Oregon State, 1991
UCLA, 1978
Oregon State, 1956
Oregon State, 1994
UCLA, 1955
Notre Dame, 1948

Fewest Pass Completions

No. Opponent
1. 0
Oregon State, 1991
0
Indiana, 1978
3. 1
Oregon State, 1992
1
UCLA, 1978
1
USC, 1975
1
Purdue, 1972
1
California, 1965
1
USC, 1956
1
Montana, 1951
1
Washington State, 1947

77

Fewest Passing Yards



1.

3.

5.

7.



No.
0
0
2
2
3
3
9
9
9
9
9

Opponent
Oregon State, 1991
Indiana, 1978
Colorado, 1957
Washington State, 1947
Purdue, 1972
California, 1965
Oregon State, 1992
USC, 1975
USC, 1956
UCLA, 1955
Montana, 1951

Lowest Average per Attempt


(Min. 15 Attempts)

Yards
1. 1.00 (15-15)
2. 1.50 (20-30)
3. 1.88 (25-47)
4. 2.04 (21-43)
5. 2.14 (22-47)
6. 2.22 (23-51)
7. 2.31 (16-37)
8. 2.39 (23-55)
9. 2.42 (19-46)
2.42 (19-46)

Opponent
Oregon State, 1975
Wash. St., 1972
Kansas, 1978
Wash. St, 1959
Utah, 1959
Colorado, 2012
Arizona State, 1979
Utah, 2012
UCLA, 1971
UCLA, 1971

Lowest Avg. per Completion


(Min. 10 Completions)

Yards
1. 4.63 (19-88)
2. 5.10 (10-51)
3. 6.38 (21-134)
4. 6.70 (10-67)
5. 6.88 (8-55)
6. 7.15 (13-93)
7. 7.33 (18-132)
8. 7.39 (13-96)
9. 7.66 (18-138)
10. 7.68 (25-192)

Opponent
Stanford, 2010
Colorado, 2012
Oregon, 2004
Wash. St., 1963
Utah, 2012
Oregon, 1986
Northwestern, 1984
Navy, 1970
Oregon, 2006
Stanford, 1985

Fumbles

Forced Fumbles

No. Opponent
1. 10
Oregon State, 1959
2. 9
USC, 1953
3. 8
Utah State, 1998
8
Texas Tech, 1981
8
Air Force, 1980
8
Hawaii, 1973
8
Oregon, 1968
8. 7
15 times, most recent

Oregon State, 1991

Opp. Fumbles Recovered

No. Opponent
1. 5
Washington State, 2015
5
Arizona, 1991
5
Texas Tech, 1981
5
Oregon, 1977
5
Texas A&M, 1974
5
Stanford, 1956
5
Oregon, 1956
5
Oregon State, 1950
5
California, 1952

Interceptions

Interception Returns

No. Opponent
1. 9
Oregon, 1952
2. 8
Idaho, 1968

78

3. 6
6
6
6
6
6
6
10. 5

Oregon, 1993
California, 1986
Washington State, 1978
Washington State, 1978
California, 1972
Wisconsin, 1968
California, 1962
eight times, most recent
Washington State, 2003

Interception Return Yards

Yards Opponent
1. 213 Oregon, 1952
2. 148 Stanford, 1968
3. 123 Washington State, 1991
4. 122 Michigan State,

1997 Aloha Bowl
5. 121 Idaho, 1968
6. 120 Washington State, 1975
7. 107 Colorado, 2013
8. 100 Illinois, 1972
9. 98
California, 1948
10. 96
three times

Int. Returns for Touchdowns

No. Opponent
1. 2
Washington State, 2015
2
Oregon State, 2002
2
Oregon State, 1999
2
Mich. St., 1997 Aloha Bowl
2
Stanford, 1978
2
Utah, 1959
6. 1
Numerous Times

Tackles

Sacks

No. Opponent
1. 13
California, 1998
13
Utah State, 1998
3. 10
BYU, 1986
4. 8
Wyoming, 2002
8
BYU, 1996
8
Arizona, 1991
8
Kansas State, 1991
8. 7
Arizona State, 2014
7
Idaho State, 2013
7
Washington State, 2011
7
Syracuse, 2007
7
Oregon, 2003
7
Oregon State, 2003
7
Stanford, 1993
7
Washington State, 1991
7
Washington State, 1990
7
Stanford, 1990

Tackles for Lost Yardage



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

10.

Yards Opponent
118 California, 1972
102 Syracuse, 1973
97
Washington State, 1990
89
Pacific, 1981
88
California, 1985
87
BYU, 1986
86
Washington State, 1964
83
UCLA, 1969
83
UCLA, 1958
82
California, 1964

Blocked Punts

Single-Season Offense
Miscellaneous

Wins 12 in 1991
Fewest Wins 0 in 2008

Rushing

Rushing Yards 3,107 in 2013


Rushing Yards Per Game 268.8 in 1956
Rushing Attempts 610 in 2013
Rushing Attempts per Game 59.8 in 1962
Fewest Rushing Attempts 351 in 1940 (9 games); 390 in 2009 (12 games)
Rushing Yards Per Attempt 5.1 in 2013
Rushing Touchdowns 35 in 2013
Fewest Rushing Yards 906 in 1939
Lowest Rushing Yards per Game 74.5 in 2002

Passing

Pass Attempts 621 in 2002


Pass Attempts per Game 47.7 in 2002
Fewest Pass Attempts 78 in 1956 (10 games); 196 in 1976 (11 games)
Pass Completions 372 in 2002
Pass Completions per Game 28.6 in 2002
Fewest Pass Completions 28 in 1961 (10 games); 87 in 1976 (11 games)
Passing Yards 4,501 in 2002
Fewest Passing Yards 388 in 1941 (9 games); 1,181 in 1976 (11 games)
Passing Yards Per Game 346.2 in 2002
Lowest Average Passing Yards Per Game 43.1 in 1941
Touchdown Passes 36 in 2011
Fewest Touchdown Passes 6 in 2008
Completion Percentage .688 (217 for 325) in 1983
Lowest Pass Completion Percentage .146 in 1944
Average Passing Yards Per Attempt (min. 125 att.) 9.06 in 1997 (308 att., 2790 yds.)
Average Passing Yards Per Completion (min. 75 completions) 17.14 in

1971 (152 comp., 2606 yds.)
Passed Had Intercepted 31 in 1973
Fewest Passes Had Intercepted 4 in 1963

Scoring

Points 493 in 2013


Fewest Points Scored 68 in 1938
Points Per Game 41.9 in 1991 (all-time and modern)
Fewest Points Allowed 6 in 1909 (all-time); 73 in 1959 (modern)
Fewest Points Allowed Per Game 0.9 in 1904 (all-time); 6.6 in 1959 (modern)
Touchdowns 64 in 2013
Fewest Touchdowns Scored 10 in 1938
Field Goals 25 in 1982
Fewest Field Goals 0 in 1950; 0 in 1951; 0 in 1957
Field Goal Attempts 34 in 2002
Fewest Field Goal Attempts 0 in 1950; 0 in 1951
Extra Points 62 in 2013
Fewest Extra Points 5 in 1938
Extra Point Attempts 64 in 2013
Fewest Extra Point Attempts 10 in 1938
Two-Point Conversions 5 in 1970 and 1995
Two-Point Conversion Attempts 9 in 1961

First Downs

First Downs 266 in 1991 (11 games); 324 in 2002 (13 games)
Fewest First Downs 125 in 1967 (10 games); 156 in 1975 (11 games)
Rushing First Downs 156 in 2013
Fewest Rushing First Downs 69 in 1970 (10 games); 74 in 1992, 2004 (11

games); 78 in 2002 (13 games)
Passing First Downs 138 in 2001 (11 games); 207 in 2002 (13 games)
Fewest Passing First Downs 17 in 1957 (10 games); 54 in 1976 & 75 (11 games)
Penalty First Downs 28 in 1998 (11 gms); 38 in 2003 (12 gms); 39 in 2002 (13 gms)
Fewest First Downs by Penalty 10 in 1971

Punts Blocked

No. Opponent
1. 3
UCLA, 1953
2. 1
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Total Offense

Total Offensive Attempts 885 in 1982 (11 games); 953 in 2013 (12 games);

1,075 in 2002 (13 games)
Fewest Offensive Attempts 464 in 1940 (9 games); 755 in 1988 (11 games)
Total Offensive Yards 5,191 in 1991 (11 games); 6,491 in 2013 (13 games)
Fewest Total Offensive Yards 1663 in 1939 (9 games); 2947 in 1975 (11 games)
Most Yards Per Game 499.3 in 2013 (13 games)
Lowest Yards Per Game 143.1 in 1938
Total Offensive Attempts Per Game 80.45 in 1982 (11 games); 82.7 in 2002 (13 games)

Punt Returns

Punt Returns 105 in 1938


Fewest Punt Returns 11 in 2009
Punt Return Yards 717 in 1971
Fewest Punt Return Yards 73 in 2013
Punt Return Yards Per Attempt 16.0 in 2015 (20 att., 320 yds.)
Lowest Punt Return Yards Per Attempt 4.4 in 2008 (11 att., 52 yds.)
Punt Return Yards Per Game 65.2 in 1971
Punt Returns for Touchdowns 3 in 1990, 1980, 1979 & 1971

Kickoff Returns

Single-Season Defense
Rushing Defense

Fewest Rushing Attempts 346 in 1964 (10 games); 387 in 1999 (11 games);

379 in 2011 (12 games); 447 in 2002 (13 games)
Fewest Rushing Yards 504 in 1937 (9 games); 735 in 1990 (11 games);

1,270 in 2002 (13 games)
Fewest Rushing Yards Allowed Per Game 50.4 in 1937 (9 games)
Most Rushing Yards Lost 606 in 1990
Fewest Rushing Yards Per Attempt 1.875 in 1990

Pass Defense

Fewest Pass Attempts 119 in 1955 (10 games); 187 in 1975 (11 games)
Fewest Pass Completions 41 in 1942 (10 games); 87 in 1976 (11 games)
Fewest Passing Yards 547 in 1940 (9 games); 1181 in 1976 (11 games)
Lowest Completion Percentage .198 in 1942 (41 of 129)
Fewest Passing Touchdowns Allowed 1 in 1959 (10 games); 5 in 1972

(11 games)
Fewest Passing Yards Per Game 49.9 in 1938

Kickoff Returns 75 in 2011


Fewest Kickoff Returns 10 in 1943
Kickoff Return Yards 1,751 in 2011
Fewest Kickoff Return Yards 256 in 1983
Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt 27.6 in 1940 (17 att., 469 yds.)
Lowest Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt 14.6 in 1954
Kickoff Return Yards Per Game 134.7 in 2011 (1,751 yds., 13 games)
Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns 2 in 1979 & 1970

Interceptions

Punting

Fewest Total Offensive Yards 1,166 in 1937 (10 games); 2,608 in 1991

(11 games)
Fewest Total Offensive Attempts Allowed 537 in 1942 (10 games); 715 in

1996 (11 games)
Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed Per Game 116.6 in 1937

(1,166 yds., 10 games)
Fewest Total Offense Yards Allowed Per Attempt 1.99 in 1937

Punts 87 in 1940
Fewest Punts 33 in 1944 (8 games); 41 in 1960 (10 games); 47 in 1986

(11 games); 52 in 2011 (13 games)
Punting Average 43.7 in 2010
Lowest Punting Average 32.0 in 1955
Punting Yards 3,402 in 1940
Fewest Punting Yards 1,088 in 1944
Punts Had Blocked 6 in 1939; 6 in 1953

Penalties

Penalties 106 in 2012


Fewest Penalties 20 in 1938 (9 games); 48 in 1977 (11 games); 60 in 2006 (12 games);

79 in 2002 (13 games)
Penalty Yards 959 in 2012
Fewest Penalty Yards 109 in 1939 (9 games); 451 in 1989 (11 games); 508 in 2006 (12

games); 613 in 2007 (13 games)
Fewest Penalty Yards Per Game 12.1 in 1939

Fumbles

Fumbles 54 in 1974
Fewest Fumbles 11 in 2011
Fumbles Lost 66 in 1950
Fewest Fumbles Lost 2 in 1941 (9 games); 6 in 1990 (11 games); 6 in 2006 (12 games);

8 in 2013 (13 games)

Interceptions 30 in 1968
Fewest Interceptions 5 in 1998
Interception Yards 478 in 1968
Interception Yards Per Return 21.1 in 2009 (8 INT for 169 yds.)
Interception Returns for Touchdowns 5 in 1970
Fewest Interception Yards 18 in 1998

Total Defense

First Downs

Fewest First Downs 72 in 1937 (9 games); 112 in 1947 (10 games); 150

in 1991 (11 games)
Fewest Rushing First Downs Allowed 42 in 1964 (10 games); 57 in 1991

(11 games); 75 in 2002 (13 games)
Fewest Passing First Downs Allowed 29 in 1955 (10 games); 48 in 1975

(11 games)
Fewest First Downs by Penalty 1 in 1954

Scoring

Fewest Points Allowed 54 in 1940 & 45 (9 games); 101 in 1991 (11 games)

Fumbles

Most Fumbles 51 in 1980


Most Fumbles Lost 24 in 1980 & 1984

Punt Returns

Fewest Punt Returns 12 in 2014


Fewest Punt Return Yards 30 in 1964 (10 games); 149 in 1995 (11 games); 89 in

2003 (12 games); 87 in 2011 (13 games); 50 in 14 games (2014)

Kickoff Returns

Fewest Kickoff Returns 15 in 1985


Fewest Kickoff Return Yards 279 in 1985

Punting

Most Opponent Punts 105 in 1938


Most Opponent Punts Blocked 5 in 1981

79

Washington Record Book Team Single Season


Fewest PAT Attempts

Miscellaneous

Most Wins

Year
1. 1991
2. 1984
2000
4. 1990
1982
1977
1979
1981
1960
10. 1959

No.
12-0
11-1
11-1
10-2
10-2
10-2
10-2
10-2
10-1
10-1

Fewest Wins
Year
1. 2008
2. 2004
1969
4. 1973
1954
1948
7. 1949
1958
1951
1953
1957
1947
1968
1938

No.
0-12
1-10
1-9
2-9
2-8
2-7-1
3-7
3-7
3-6-1
3-6-1
3-6-1
3-6
3-5-2
3-5-1

Scoring

Touchdowns Scored
Year
1. 2013
2. 1991
3. 2011
4. 2014
5. 1990
6. 1996
7. 1997
1971
9. 2007
2002

Fewest TDs Scored


Year
1. 1938
2. 1954
1939
4. 1948
5. 1945
6. 1947
1967
1958
9. 1969
1942

PATs Attempted
Year
1. 2013
2. 1991
3. 2011
4. 2014
5. 1990
6. 2007
1997
1971
2000
10. 2015
1996
1944

80

No.
64
63
57
52
51
50
49
49
48
48
No.
10
11
11
13
14
15
15
15
16
16
No.
64
58
57
50
48
46
46
46
46
45
45
45

Year
1. 1938
2. 1939
1954
4. 1948
1958
6. 1969
1945
8. 1947
9. 2004
1942

PATs Made

Year
1. 2013
2. 2011
3. 1991
4. 1990
5. 2014
6. 2015
2007
8. 1986
9. 2002
1997

Fewest PATs Made


Year
1. 1938
2. 1939
3. 1945
4. 1947
5. 1954
1958
7. 1948
8. 1942
10. 1957

Field Goal Attempts


Year
1. 2002
2. 1984
3. 1980
1982
1983
6. 1994
7. 2014
1993
1985
10. 2001
1977
1978

Fewest Field Goal Att.


Year
1. 1950
1951
3. 1939
1957
1946
6. 1938
1954
1955
1956
10. 1937
1965

Field Goals Made


Year
1. 1982
2. 2002
1984

No.
10
11
11
13
13
14
14
15
16
16
No.
62
57
51
48
47
45
45
43
42
42
No.
5
6
7
8
9
9
11
12
12
No.
34
28
26
26
26
25
24
24
24
22
22
22
No.
0
0
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
No.
25
22
22

4. 1985
5. 2014
1983
7. 2009
1994
1980
10. 1986

21
20
20
18
18
18
17

F ewest Field Goals Made


Year
No.
1. 1957
0
1951
0
1950
0
4. 1969
1
1965
1
1958
1
1956
1
1954
1
1952
1
1949
1
1946
1
1942
1
1939
1
1938
1
1937
1
Points Scored
Year
1. 2013
2. 1991
3. 2011
4. 2014
5. 2002
6. 1990
7. 1984
8. 2007
9. 1986
10. 1996

Fewest Points Scored


Year
1. 1938
2. 1939
3. 1954
4. 1948
5. 1945
6. 1947
7. 1958
8. 1942
9. 1969
10. 1961

No.
493
461
434
423
398
394
384
380
372
370
No.
68
77
78
89
91
98
102
113
116
119

Rushing

Rushing Attempts
Year
1. 2013
2. 2014
3. 1962
4. 1976
5. 1956
6. 1977
7. 1978
8. 1982
9. 1964
10. 1968

No.
610
607
598
585
583
580
571
568
557
555

Fewest Rushing Attempts


Year
1. 1943
2. 1940
3. 1939
4. 2015

No.
259
351
356
347

1970
6. 2005
7. 1938
8. 2009
9. 1954
10. 1998

Rushing Yards
Year
1. 2013
2. 1990
3. 1956
4. 2014
2007
6. 1976
7. 1991
8. 1962
9. 1977
10. 1996

Fewest Rushing Yards


Year
1. 1939
2. 2002
3. 1954
4. 1972
5. 2008
6. 1938
7. 1970
8. 2001
9. 1948
10. 1945

374
380
389
390
393
400
Yards
3,107
2,715
2,688
2,640
2,640
2,568
2,551
2,514
2,428
2,408
Yards
906
968
1,089
1,191
1,192
1,212
1,228
1,229
1,275
1,276

Rushing Avg. Per Game

Year Avg.
1. 1956
268.8
2. 1944
266.0
3. 1943
258.4
4. 1962
251.4
5. 1990
246.8
6. 2013
239.0
7. 1976
233.5
8. 1991
231.9
9. 1977
220.7
10. 1996
218.9

7. 2004
1998
9. 2014
10. 2009

Fewest Passing Attempts


Year
1. 1943
2. 1956
3. 1944
4. 1957
1961
6. 1962
7. 1941
8. 1945
1942
10. 1960

Pass Completions
Year
1. 2002
2. 2013
2003
5. 2011
5. 2012
6. 2014
7. 2009
8. 2015
9. 1983
10. 2001
1989
Year
1. 1943
2. 1961
3. 1956
4. 1957
1937
1938
7. 1941
8. 1944
9. 1945
1942
1940

Interceptions Thrown

Passing

Fewest Interceptions
Thrown

Passing Attempts
Year
1. 2002
2. 2003
3. 2012
4. 1970
5. 2013
6. 2011

No.
621
485
438
415
413
406

No.
76
78
89
92
92
96
98
105
105
106
No.
372
270
270
267
266
255
231
222
217
214
214

Fewest Pass Completions

Lowest Rushing Yards per


Game

Year Avg.
1. 2002
74.5
2. 2008
99.3
3. 1939
100.7
4. 1972
108.3
5. 1954
108.9
6. 2001
111.7
7. 2003
119.5
8. 2004
120.2
9. 1989
125.7
10. 1948
127.5

401
401
400
396

Year
1. 1973
2. 1970
1972
4. 1938
5. 2004
1971
1969
8. 1952
1951
10. 1974
1966
1958
1940

Year
1. 1943
1963
3. 2014
1955
1996
1995
7. 1956

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No.
21
28
30
31
31
31
33
35
37
37
37
No.
31
26
26
25
24
24
24
21
21
20
20
20
20

No.
4
4
6
6
6
6
7

1959
1977
1992

Passing Yards

Year
1. 2002
2. 2013
3. 2011
4. 2003
5. 2001
6. 2009
7. 2015
8. 2014
9. 1997
10. 2012

7
7
7
Yards
4,501
3,384
3,322
3,236
3,074
2,838
2,826
2,801
2,790
2,765

Fewest Passing Yards


Year
1. 1943
2. 1941
3. 1944
4. 1957
5. 1947
6. 1942
7. 1961
8. 1938
9. 1937
10. 1945

Yards
368
388
438
461
497
499
513
526
560
564

Passing Touchdowns
Year
1. 2011
2. 2002
3. 1997
1991
5. 2013
6. 1986
1970
8. 2009
9. 2014
2012
2010
2006

Fewest Passing TDs


Year
1. 2008
2004
3. 1993
1981
5. 1992
1988
1987
1983
1978
1977
1974

Average Passing Yards


Per Game

No.
36
28
26
26
25
22
22
21
19
19
19
19
No.
6
8
10
10
11
11
11
11
11
11
11

Year Avg.
1. 2002
346.2
2. 2001
279.5
3. 1970
272.1
4. 2003
269.7
5. 2013
260.3
6. 2011
255.5
7. 1997
253.6
8. 1991
240.0
9. 1989
238.7
10. 1971
236.9

Lowest Passing Average


per Game

Year Avg.
1. 1941
43.1
2. 1957
46.1
3. 1942
49.9
4. 1961
51.3
5. 1944
54.6
6. 1947
55.2
7. 1937
56.0
8. 1938
58.4
9. 1945
62.7
10. 1962
64.2

Pass Completion
Percentage

Year
Pct.
1. 1983 .668
2. 2011 .658
3. 2013 .654
4. 2014 .638
5. 1995 .632
6. 2015 .613
7. 2012 .607
8. 1991 .602
9. 2002 .599
1992 .599

Lowest Pass Completion


Percentage

Year
Pct.
1. 1944 .146
2. 1938 .272
3. 1943 .276
4. 1947 .288
5. 1937 .290
6. 1961 .304
7. 1940 .327
8. 1968 .329
9. 1941 .337
1957 .337

Total Offense

Total Offensive Plays

Year
1. 2002
2. 2013
3. 2014
4. 2003
5. 2007
6. 2012
7. 1982
8. 1991
9. 2011
10. 1971

No.
1,075
1,023
1,007
949
922
904
885
861
858
837

Fewest Total Offensive


Plays
Year
1. 1943
2. 1940
3. 1938
4. 1939
5. 1944
6. 1946
7. 1941
8. 1942
9. 1948
10. 1958

Total Offensive Yards

Year
1. 2013
2. 2002

No.
355
464
503
505
541
547
549
575
592
600

Yards
6,491
5,469

3. 2014
4. 2011
5. 1991
6. 2007
7. 2003
8. 2015
9. 2012
10. 1997

5,441
5,328
5,191
5,126
4,670
4,660
4,616
4,564

Fewest Total Offensive


Yards
Year
1. 1943
2. 1939
3. 1938
4. 1945
5. 1941
6. 1947
7. 1940
8. 1942
9. 1958
10. 1948

Yards
1,660
1,663
1,738
1,840
1,910
2,019
2,042
2,064
2,198
2,254

Total Offense Avg. per


Game

Year Avg.
1. 2013
499.3
2. 1991
471.9
3. 2002
420.7
4. 1997
414.9
5. 1950
411.6
6. 1996
411.5
7. 2011
409.8
8. 1990
409.0
9. 2000
407.9
10. 1983
396.8

Lowest Total Offense Avg.


per Game

Year Avg.
1. 1938
143.1
2. 1939
184.8
3. 1945
204.4
4. 1942
206.4
5. 1941
212.2
6. 1958
219.8
7. 1947
224.3
8. 1948
225.4
9. 1940
226.9
10. 1954
244.9

First Downs

Total First Downs


Year
1. 2002
2. 2013
3. 2014
4. 2011
5. 2003
6. 1991
7. 2007
8. 2012
9. 2009
10. 2000

Fewest First Downs


Year
1. 1938
2. 1940
3. 1939
4. 1945
5. 1941
6. 1947
7. 1937
8. 1944
9. 1948
10. 1958

No.
324
319
280
274
271
266
253
247
244
241
No.
75
76
84
90
93
102
104
106
112
118

First Downs by Rushing


Year
1. 2013
2. 1962
3. 2014
2007
5. 1956
6. 1990
7. 1991
8. 1983
9. 1987
10. 1976

Fewest First Downs by


Rushing

No.
156
144
139
139
130
129
128
127
126
125

Year
1. 1954
2. 1970
3. 2004
2001
1972
6. 2002
7. 1953
8. 1958
1973
10. 2006
1951

No.
65
69
74
74
74
78
79
80
80
81
81

Year
1. 2002
2. 2013
2011
4. 2003
5. 2001
6. 2015
7. 2012
1970
9. 2009
1991

No.
207
148
148
143
138
128
127
127
123
123

Year
1. 1957
2. 1956
3. 1961
4. 1955
5. 1962
6. 1967
7. 1958
8. 1968
1964
10. 1959
1969

No.
17
20
21
24
31
33
35
39
39
40
40

First Downs by Passing

Fewest First Downs by


Passing

First Downs by Penalty


Year
1. 2002
2. 2003
3. 1998
4. 2008
2000
6. 1993
7. 2011
2009
9. 2012
2004

No.
39
38
28
25
25
24
23
23
22
22

Fewest First Downs by


Penalty
Year
1. 1971
2. 2015
1999
1985
1969
1968
6. 2006
1984
1974
1973
9. 1977
1975

No.
10
11
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
12
13
13

Fumbles

Fumbles

Year
1. 1974
2. 1956
1969
1957
1975
6. 1972
1945
8. 1973
9. 1963
1957

Fewest Fumbles
Year
1. 2011
2009
1997
4. 2015
2013
6. 1992
7. 2010
1966
1982
1998
1991

Fumbles Lost
Year
1. 1950
2. 1972
3. 1956
4. 1969
1957
1945
1973
8. 1974
9. 1954
1953

Fewest Fumbles Lost


Year
1. 1941
2. 1990
3. 1997
1940
5. 2013
2010
2009
1998
1991
1985

No.
54
46
46
46
46
44
44
42
40
40
No.
13
13
13
15
15
16
17
17
17
17
17
No.
66
30
29
25
25
25
25
23
22
22
No.
2
6
7
7
8
8
8
8
8
8

81

Fewest Punts

Penalties

Penalties

Year
1. 2012
2. 2013
3. 2014
4. 1998
5. 2003
2001
7. 1999
1971
9. 1997
10. 1993

No.
108
105
98
93
92
92
89
89
86
85

Fewest Penalties
Year
1. 1939
2. 1938
3. 1941
4. 1940
1944
6. 1937
7. 1946
8. 1966
9. 1961
10. 1969

Penalty Yards
Year
1. 2012
2. 2013
3. 1971
4. 2014
5. 1998
6. 1993
7. 1974
8. 2011
9. 1997
10. 2001

No.
20
25
28
31
31
32
37
39
43
44
Yards
969
932
930
865
863
831
788
773
772
767

Fewest Penalty Yards


Year
1. 1939
2. 1938
3. 1948
4. 1941
5. 1945
6. 1940
7. 1944
8. 1937
9. 1947
10. 1946

Yards
109
174
200
206
215
220
239
275
344
365

Punts
Punts

Year
1. 1940
2. 1938
3. 1941
4. 1937
5. 1942
6. 2010
1975
1939
9. 2006
10. 2007

82

No.
87
86
85
83
81
76
76
76
74
73

Year
1. 1943
2. 1944
3. 1960
4. 1963
1962
1956
7. 1965
1950
1949
10. 1986
1964
1951

Punting Yards

Year
1. 1940
2. 1938
3. 2010
4. 2006
5. 1942
6. 1939
7. 1975
8. 2003
9. 1973
10. 2014

No.
22
33
41
45
45
45
46
46
46
47
47
47
Yards
3,402
3,367
3,321
3,120
3,008
2,993
2,981
2,972
2,964
2,941

Fewest Punting Yards

Year
1. 1943
2. 1944
3. 1960
4. 1950
5. 1956
6. 1955
7. 1949
8. 1951
9. 1963
10. 1962

Yards
700
1,088
1,509
1,560
1,564
1,569
1,604
1,633
1,672
1,674

Year
1. 1939
1953
3. 2004
2001
5. 1937
6. 1941
1982
1987
9. 2011
2007
2006
1998
1997
1990
1985
1978
1976
1957
1949
1938

No.
6
6
5
5
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Year
1. 2010
2. 2011
3. 1973
4. 2006
1974
6. 2015
7. 2003
8. 1986
9. 2014
10. 1966

No.
43.7
43.5
43.0
42.2
42.2
41.4
41.3
41.2
40.8
40.7

Punts Had Blocked

Punting Average

Lowest Punting Avg.

Year Avg.
1. 1943
31.8
2. 1955
32.0
3. 1948
32.6
4. 1953
32.9
5. 1945
33.0
1944
33.0
7. 1941
33.1
8. 1987
33.5
9. 1961
33.7
10. 1937
33.8

Year
1. 1938
2. 1998
3. 1940
4. 1991
5. 1971
1942
7. 1941
8. 1986
1967
10. 1946

Fewest Punt Returns


Year
1. 2009
2008
3. 2013
1954
5. 2001
1961
7. 2004
8. 2015
2012
2002
1965

Punt Return Yards


Year
1. 1971
2. 1940
3. 1990
4. 1941
5. 1938
6. 1980
7. 1951
8. 1986
9. 1962
10. 1970

No.
105
49
48
47
45
45
44
43
43
42

Year Avg.
1. 2008
4.7
2. 2010
4.9
3. 2013
5.2
4. 2004
5.3
5. 2012
6.8
6. 2002
7.4
7. 2011
9.2
8. 2014
9.4
9. 2009
9.5
10. 1939
10.0

Kickoff Returns

No.
11
11
14
14
17
17
18
20
20
20
20

Kickoff Returns
Year
1. 2011
2. 2007
3. 2008
4. 1973
5. 2009
6. 2010
7. 1969
8. 2003
9. 1949
1974

No.
75
74
67
66
63
55
49
48
47
47

Fewest Kickoff Returns


Yards
717
629
583
526
520
462
458
434
431
424

Fewest Punt Return Yds.


Year
1. 2008
2. 2013
3. 2004
4. 2009
5. 1954
6. 2010
7. 2012
8. 2002
9. 1953
10. 1994

Year Avg.
1. 2015
16.0
2. 1971
15.9
3. 1990
14.9
4. 1943
14.8
5. 1980
14.4
6. 1960
14.2
7. 2001
14.1
8. 1996
13.4
9. 1949
13.2
10. 1940
13.1

Lowest Avg. Punt Return

Punt Returns

Punt Returns

Average Punt Return

Yards
52
73
96
104
119
128
135
148
154
157

Year
1. 1943
2. 1959
1941
4. 1962
5. 1960
1940
7. 1983
8. 1984
1942
10. 1961

Kickoff Return Yards


Year
1. 2011
2. 2007
3. 2008
4. 2009
5. 2010
6. 1998
7. 1973
8. 2014
9. 2012
10. 2013

Fewest Kickoff Return


Yards
Year
1. 1943
2. 1983
3. 1941
4. 1984
5. 1962
6. 1955
7. 1959
8. 1992
9. 1991
10. 1942

Yards
221
256
278
315
321
323
337
352
379
382

Average Kickoff Return

Year Avg.
1. 1940
27.6
2. 1960
26.4
3. 1979
26.0
4. 1998
25.9
5. 1961
24.4
6. 1963
24.2
7. 1959
24.1
8. 2001
23.6
1966
23.6
10. 2013
23.3

Lowest Average Kickoff


Return

Year Avg.
1. 1954
14.6
2. 1983
15.1
3. 1955
15.4
4. 1964
15.6
5. 1991
15.8
6. 1992
16.0
7. 1953
16.3
8. 1973
16.4
9. 1949
16.5
10. 1984
16.6

No.
10
14
14
15
17
17
17
19
19
20

Yards
1,751
1,546
1,253
1,173
1,148
1,115
1,083
983
909
907

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Fewest Passing
Touchdowns

DEFENSE
Scoring

Fewest Points Allowed


Year
1. 1945
1940
3. 1942
1943
5. 1959
6. 1962
1938
8. 1939
1955
10. 1941

No.
54
54
60
60
65
83
83
93
93
94

Fewest Rushing Yards


Allowed

Year
1. 1943
2. 1937
3. 1964
4. 1990
5. 1991
6. 1939
7. 1986
8. 1938
9. 1945
10. 1942

Yards
366
504
644
735
738
957
978
1,010
1,021
1,047

Fewest Rushing Yards


Allowed Per Game

Year Avg.
1. 1937
50.4
2. 1964
64.4
3. 1990
66.8
4. 1991
67.1
5. 1943
73.2
6. 1986
88.9
7. 2002
97.7
8. 1996
103.0
9. 1942
104.7
10. 1939
106.3

No.
1
5
9
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11

Year Avg.
1. 1938
49.9
2. 1942
55.6
3. 1955
60.0
4. 1940
60.8
5. 1937
66.2
6. 1945
69.8
7. 1946
72.6
8. 1959
74.7
9. 1941
78.7
10. 1947
84.0

Lowest Pass Completion


Pct.

Year
Pct.
1. 1942 .198
2. 1938 .298
3. 1937 .304
4. 1940 .305
5. 1946
333
6. 1941 .360
7. 1959 .364
8. 1944 .370
9. 1945 .379
10. 1971 .386

Total Offense

Fewest Total Offense Yds

Passing

Fewest Pass
Completions Allowed
Year
1. 1938
2. 1942
3. 1940
4. 1946
5. 1937
6. 1941
7. 1955
8. 1945
9. 1943
10. 1944

Fewest Passing Yards


Year
1. 1938
2. 1940
3. 1942
4. 1955
5. 1945
6. 1946
7. 1937
8. 1941
9. 1959
10. 1943

Year
1. 1959
2. 1972
3. 2015
4. 1956
1976
1977
1964
1994
9. 1958
1963
1988
1985

Fewest Passing Yards per


Game

Rushing

No.
36
41
43
46
48
49
55
58
59
61

Yards
448
547
556
600
628
653
662
708
747
748

Year
1. 1943
2. 1937
3. 1938
4. 1942
5. 1940
6. 1945
7. 1941
8. 1939
9. 1944
10. 1946

Interceptions

First Downs

Yards
1,114
1,166
1,459
1,603
1,611
1,649
1,825
1,834
1,931
2,013

Lowest Average Total


Offense per Game

Year Avg.
1. 1937
116.6
2. 1942
160.3
3. 1938
162.1
4. 1940
179.0
5. 1945
183.2
6. 1941
202.8
7. 1939
203.8
8. 1955
212.2
9. 1959
216.5
10. 1943
222.8

Fewest First Downs by


Rushing
Year
1. 1964
2. 1960
3. 1991
4. 1990
5. 1986
6. 1962
7. 1996
8. 1952
9. 1967
10. 2002

Fewest First Downs by


Passing
Year
1. 1955
2. 1959
3. 1950
4. 1951
5. 1953
6. 1975
7. 1957
8. 1954
9. 1961
10. 1956
1968

Fewest First Downs by


Penalty
Year
1. 1954
2. 2006
3. 2007
1979
1965
6. 2008
1995
1983
1978
10. 1991
1988
1987
1980
1972
1967

Fewest First Downs


Year
1. 1947
2. 1964
3. 1959
4. 1955
5. 1948
6. 1962
7. 1950
8. 1953
9. 1960
10. 1952

Interceptions
No.
42
54
57
60
65
66
69
73
74
75

No.
29
37
39
40
45
48
50
51
54
56
56

No.
1
7
11
11
11
12
12
12
12
13
13
13
13
13
13
No.
112
114
122
126
128
130
131
132
136
138

Year
1. 1968
2. 1972
1984
1959
5. 1951
1970
1941
1946
9. 1942
1974

Fewest Interceptions
Year
1. 1998
2. 2000
3. 2008
4. 2009
1938
6. 2001
1939
8. 2011
2006
2004
1996

I nterception Yards
Year
1. 1968
2. 2015
3. 1972
4. 1952
5. 1991
6. 1984
7. 2014
8. 1989
9. 1966
10. 1950

Sacks
No.
30
27
27
27
23
23
23
23
22
22
No.
5
6
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
10
10

Year
1. 2014
2. 1990
3. 1998
4. 1991
5. 1996
6. 2013
1983
8. 1997
1986
10. 1992

Sack Yardage
Year
1. 2014
2. 1998
3. 1996
4. 1997
5. 1993
6. 1992
7. 2002
8. 2013
9. 2000
10. 1994

Tackles For Loss


Yards
478
358
334
313
308
298
289
284
280
272

Fewest Interception Yards


Year
1. 1998
2. 1939
3. 2000
4. 2011
2010
6. 2001
7. 2008
8. 1996
9. 1993
10. 2004

Total Sacks

Yards
18
42
49
51
51
53
55
63
75
81

Year
1. 1991
2. 1990
3. 1997
4. 2002
5. 1998
6. 1992
7. 2007
2006
1996
10. 2014

No.
52
51.5
51
48
46
41
41
40
40
39

No.
297
293
291
280
275
251
241
238
228
215

No.
129
116
115
106
100
96.5
93
93
93
90

Tackle for Loss Yardage


Year
1. 1998
2. 1997
3. 1993
4. 2002
5. 1992
6. 1996
7. 2014
8. 1994
9. 2000
10. 1995

No.
476
464
434
433
407
404
373
370
351
341

* NOTE: Sack and TFL records


go back only to 1983 and the
yardage records go back only
to 1992.

83

Washington Record Book Individual Rushing


Most Yards Rushing
Career
Season
Game

Quarter

4,106, Napoleon Kaufman, 1991-94


1,870, Bishop Sankey, 2013
296, Hugh McElhenny vs.
Washington State, 1950
222, Corey Dillon vs. San Jose State,
1996 (1st)

Most Rushing Attempts


Career
Season
Game
Quarter

799, Chris Polk, 2008-11


327, Bishop Sankey, 2013
40, Bishop Sankey vs. Arizona, 2013
16, Corey Dillon vs. San Jose St., 1996 (1st)

Rushing Yards Per Game

Career (Min. 18 games)



101.2, Chris Polk, 2008-11
Season (Min. 9 games)

143.8, Bishop Sankey, 2013

Average Per Attempt

Career (Min. 300 carries)



5.7, Rashaan Shehee, 1994-97
Season (Min. 100 carries)

6.4, Rich Alexis, 2000
Game (Min. 15 carries)

14.8, Hugh McElhenny vs.

Washington State, 1950

Most 100-Yard Games


Career
Season

21, Chris Polk, 2011


10, Greg Lewis, 1990; Chris Polk, 2011

Consecutive Games Rushing for 100 Yards


Career
Season

10, Greg Lewis, 1989-90


9, Greg Lewis, 1990

Games Rushing for 200 Yards or More


Career

Season

4, Napoleon Kaufman, 1991-94


4, Bishop Sankey, 2011-13
3, Napoleon Kaufman, 1994
3, Bishop Sankey, 2013

Rushing Yards by a Freshman

Season 1,121, Myles Gaskin, 2015 (201 att., 10 TDs)


Game
157, Jake Locker, 2007 vs. Arizona

157, Joe Steele, 1976 vs. Oregon

155, Myles Gaskin, 2015 vs. Oregon

(true freshman record)

Rushing Yards by a Quarterback


Career
Season

Game

1,939, Jake Locker (2007-10)


986, Jake Locker, 2007
697, Dennis Fitzpatrick, 1974
249, Dennis Fitzpatrick,
Washington State, 1974

Rushing Touchdowns
Career
Season
Game

84

37, Bishop Sankey, 2011-13


24, Corey Dillon, 1996
7, Ervin Daily vs. Whitman, 1919

Season

Rushing Yards
Game

Name
Yards
1. Hugh McElhenny 296
2. Chris Polk
284
3. Corey Dillon
259
4. Credell Green
258
5. Louis Rankin
255
6. Napoleon Kaufman 254
7. Dennis Fitzpatrick 249
8. Bishop Sankey
241
9. Napoleon Kaufman 227
10. Louis Rankin
224

Opponent
Washington St., 1950
Washington St., 2010
Oregon, 1996
Washington St., 1955
Stanford, 2007
San Jose State, 1994
Washington St., 1974
California, 2013
UCLA, 1994
California, 2007

Season


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

Name (Based on net yards)


Bishop Sankey (2013)
Corey Dillon (1996)
Chris Polk (2011)
Bishop Sankey (2012)
Chris Polk (2010)
Greg Lewis (1990)
Napoleon Kaufman (1994)
Napoleon Kaufman (1993)
Louis Rankin (2007)
Greg Lewis (1989)
Myles Gaskin (2015)
Chris Polk (2009)
Joe Steele (1978)
Hugh McElhenny (1950)
Napoleon Kaufman (1992)
Rashaan Shehee (1997)
Jacque Robinson (1984)
Ron Rowland (1976)

Career

Name
1. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
2. Chris Polk (2008-11)
3. Bishop Sankey (2011-13)
4. Joe Steele (1976-79)
5. Greg Lewis (1987-90)
6. Vince Weathersby (1985-88)
7. Jacque Robinson (1981-84)
8. Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
9. Louis Rankin (2004-07)
10. Rich Alexis (2000-03)
11. Rashaan Shehee (1994-97)
12. Robin Earl (1973-76)
13. Willie Hurst (1998-01)
14. Toussaint Tyler (1977-80)
15. Jake Locker (2007-10)

TC
327
301
293
289
260
248
255
226
233
266
201
226
237
179
182
168
223
203

NYG AVG
1,870 5.7
1,695 5.6
1,488 5.1
1,439 5.0
1,415 5.4
1,407 5.7
1,390 5.5
1,299 5.7
1,294 5.6
1,197 4.5
1,121 5.6
1,113 4.9
1,111 4.7
1,107 6.2
1,084 6.0
1,055 6.3
1,036 4.6
1,002 4.9

TC NYG AVG
735 4,106 5.6
799 4,049 5.1
644 3,496 5.4
676 3,168 4.7
577 2,903 5.0
606 2,811 4.6
573 2,636 4.6
451 2,499 5.5
488 2,480 5.1
596 2,455 4.1
421 2,381 5.7
463 2,351 5.1
516 2,334 4.5
418 2,015 4.8
454 1,939 4.3

Rushing Attempts
Game

Name
No.
1. Bishop Sankey
40
2. Corey Dillon
38
3. Corey Dillon
37
Dennis Fitzpatrick 37
5. Louis Rankin
36
Corey Dillon
36
7. Bishop Sankey
35
Jacque Robinson 35
9. Bishop Sankey
34
Bishop Sankey
34
Chris Polk
34
Chris Polk
34
Napoleon Kaufman 34
Greg Lewis
34
Jacque Robinson 34
Jacque Robinson 34
Don Moore
34

Opponent
Arizona, 2013
Washington St., 1996
USC, 1996
Washington St., 1974
Stanford, 2007
Stanford, 1996
Illinois, 2013
Texas Tech, 1982
Washington State, 2013
Utah, 2012
Arizona, 2011
Neb., 2010 (Holiday Bowl)
UCLA, 1994
Oregon, 1989
Washington St., 1984
Arizona State, 1982
Oregon, 1965

Name
1. Bishop Sankey
2. Corey Dillon
3. Chris Polk
4. Bishop Sankey
5. Greg Lewis
6. Chris Polk
7. Napoleon Kaufman
8. Greg Lewis
9. Jacque Robinson
10. Joe Steele
11. Louis Rankin
12. Chris Polk
Napoleon Kaufman
14. Jacque Robinson
15. Joe Steele

Year Attempts
2013
327
1996
301
2011
293
2012
289
1989
266
2010
260
1994
255
1990
248
1982
238
1978
237
2007
233
2009
226
1993
226
1984
223
1977
211

Career

Name Attempts
1. Chris Polk (2008-11)
799
2. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
735
3. Joe Steele (1976-79)
676
4. Bishop Sankey (2011-13)
644
5. Vince Weathersby (1985-88)
606
6. Rich Alexis (2000-03)
596
7. Greg Lewis (1989-90)
577
8. Jacque Robinson (1981-84)
573
9. Willie Hurst (1998-2001)
516
10. Louis Rankin (2004-06)
488
11. Robin Earl (1974-76)
463
12. Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
451
13. Kenny James (2003-06)
431
14. Rashaan Shehee (1994-97)
421
15. Rick Fenney (1983-86)
369

Average per Rush

Game (Min. 15 attempts)



Name Avg. (No.) Opponent









1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Hugh McElhenny
Corey Dillon
Shaq Thompson
Hugh McElhenny
Louis Rankin
Dean Derby
Chris Polk
Chris Polk
Credell Green
Marques Tuiasosopo

14.80 (20-296)
13.88 (16-222)
11.60 (15-174)
11.06 (16-177)
10.67 (21-224)
9.80 (15-147)
9.79 (29-284)
9.60 (15-144)
9.56 (27-258)
9.41 (22-207)

Washington St., 1950


San Jose State, 1996
Colorado, 2014
Kansas State, 1950
California, 2007
Illinois, 1956
Washington St., 2010
Stanford, 2011
Washington St., 1955
Stanford, 1999

Season (Min. 100 attempts)


Name
1. Rich Alexis
2. Rashaan Shehee
3. Hugh McElhenny
4. Napoleon Kaufman
Credell Green
6. Bishop Sankey
Jake Locker
Rashaan Shehee
Beno Bryant
Napoleon Kaufman
Greg Lewis

Year Yds. Att. Avg.


2000 816 128
6.4
1997 1,055 168
6.3
1950 1,107 179
6.2
1992 1,084 182
6.0
1955 652 108
6.0
2013 1,870 327
5.7
2007 172 986
5.7
1995 995 174
5.7
1991 981 173
5.7
1993 1,299 226
5.7
1990 1,407 248
5.7

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Career (Min. 300 attempts)

Name
1. Rashaan Shehee (1994-97)
2. Corey Dillon (1996)
3. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
4. Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
5. Bishop Sankey (2011-13)
6. Beno Bryant (1989-93)
7. Bishop Sankey (2011-12)
8. Louis Rankin (2004-07)
9. Robin Earl (1973-76)
10. Chris Polk (2008-11)

Yds. Att. Avg.


2,381 421 5.7
1,695 301 5.6
4,106 735 5.6
2,499 451 5.5
3,496 644 5.4
1,826 350 5.2
1,626 217 5.1
2,480 488 5.1
2,351 463 5.1
4,049 799 5.1

Rushing Yards Per Game


Season (Min. 9 games)
Name

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Bishop Sankey
Corey Dillon
Greg Lewis
Napoleon Kaufman
Napoleon Kaufman
Rashaan Shehee
Chris Polk
Hugh McElhenny
Bishop Sankey
Chris Polk
Joe Steele
Greg Lewis
Louis Rankin
Jacque Robinson
Hugh McElhenny

Year
2013
1996
1990
1994
1993
1997
2011
1950
2012
2010
1978
1989
2007
1984
1951

Career (Min. 18 games)

Name
1. Chris Polk (2008-11)
2. Bishop Sankey (2011-13)
3. Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
4. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
5. Joe Steele (1976-79)
6. Greg Lewis (1987-90)
7. Rashaan Shehee (1994-97)
8. Jacque Robinson (1981-84)
9. Bishop Sankey (2011-12)
10. Robin Earl (1973-76)

Rushing Touchdowns
Game

Yds. Gms. Avg.


1,870 13 143.8
1,695 12 141.3
1,407 11 127.9
1,390 11 126.4
1,299 11 118.1
1,055 9 117.2
1,488 13 114.5
1,107 10 110.7
1,439 13 110.7
1,415 13 108.8
1,111 11 101.0
1,197 12 99.8
1,294 13 99.5
1,036 11 94.2
936 10 93.6
Yds. Gms. Avg.
4,049 40 101.2
3,496 38 92.0
2,499 28 89.3
4,106 46 89.3
3,168 39 81.2
2,903 39 74.4
2,381 33 72.2
2,636 37 71.2
1,626 25 65.0
2,351 37 63.5

Name
No. Opponent
1. Ervin Daily
7 Whitman, 1919
2. Corey Dillon
5 UCLA, 1996
Hugh McElhenny
5 Washington State, 1950
4. Pete Taggares
4 UCLA, 1972
5. Myles Gaskin
3 Sacramento State, 2015
Cyler Miles
3 Eastern Washington, 2014
Bishop Sankey
3 Oregon State, 2013
Keith Price
3 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Louis Rankin
3 Syracuse, 2007
Shelton Sampson
3 Oregon, 2003
Willie Hurst
3 Stanford, 2001
Corey Dillon
3 Washington State, 1996
Corey Dillon
3 San Jose State, 1996
Corey Dillon
3 Oregon, 1996
Rashaan Shehee
3 Washington State, 1995
Rashaan Shehee
3 UCLA, 1995
Rashaan Shehee
3 Stanford, 1995
Napoleon Kaufman 3 San Jose State, 1994
Jay Barry
3 Washington State, 1990
Greg Lewis
3 Arizona State, 1990
Greg Lewis
3 Oregon State, 1989
Aaron Jenkins
3 Pacific, 1987
Rick Fenney
3 Stanford, 1985
Jacque Robinson
3 Washington State, 1984
Jacque Robinson
3 Arizona, 1984

Sterling Hinds
Toussaint Tyler
Toussaint Tyler
Vince Coby
Joe Steele
Junior Coffey

3
3
3
3
3
3

Oregon, 1982
Northwestern, 1980
Air Force, 1980
California, 1979
Wyoming, 1979
California, 1962

Season
Name

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

7.

9.

Year TDs
1996
24
2013
20
2012
16
1995
15
1993
14
1984
14
2009
13
1951
13
2011
12
1950
12
1990
12

Corey Dillon
Bishop Sankey
Bishop Sankey
Rashaan Shehee
Napoleon Kaufman
Jacque Robinson
Jake Locker
Hugh McElhenny
Chris Polk
Hugh McElhenny
Mark Brunell

Career
Name TDs

1.
2.
3.
4.

6.

8.
9.
10.

Bishop Sankey (2011-13)


Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
Joe Steele (1976-79)
Jake Locker (2007-10)
Rashaan Shehee (1994-97)
Rich Alexis (2000-03)
Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
Jacque Robinson (1981-84)
Chris Polk (2008-11)
Willie Hurst (1998-2001)

37
34
32
29
29
28
28
27
26
25

Rushing Yards by a Quarterback


Game
Name
1. Dennis Fitzpatrick
2. Marques Tuiasosopo
3. Jake Locker
4. Tom Manke
5. Bob Schloredt
6. Jake Locker
7. Dennis Fitzpatrick
8. Jake Locker
9. Jake Locker
Dennis Fitzpatrick
James Anderson

Season

Name
1. Jake Locker
2. Dennis Fitzpatrick
2. Marques Tuiasosopo
3. Tom Manke
4. Mark Brunell
5. Marques Tuiasosopo
6. Jake Locker
7. Jake Locker
8. Isaiah Stanback
9. Isaiah Stanback
10. Marques Tuiasosopo

Yards Opponent
249 Wash. State, 1974
207 Stanford, 1999
157 Arizona, 2007
120 Stanford, 1967
111 Wash. State, 1959
110 USC, 2010
105 Oregon, 1974
103 Wash. State, 2007
102 Ohio State, 2007
102 Iowa State, 1974
102
Oregon State, 1975
Year
2007
1974
1999
1967
1990
2000
2009
2010
2005
2006
1998

Yds.
986
697
571
483
472
469
388
385
353
350
338

Name
1. Jake Locker (2007-2010)
2. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)
3. Dennis Fitzpatrick (1972-74)
4. Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)
5. Bob Schloredt (1958-60)
6. Mark Brunell (1989-92)
7. Kermit Jorgenson (1959-61)
8. Bill Douglas (1962-64)
9. Tom Manke (1967-68)
10. Warren Moon (1975-77)

Yds.
1,939
1,495
854
794
782
758
521
509
483
425

Career

Longest Rush by a Quarterback


Game

Name
1. Tom Manke
2. Warren Moon
3. Cyler Miles
Steve Pelluer
5. Billy Joe Hobert
6. Jake Locker
7. Jake Locker
Chris Chandler
9. Billy Joe Hobert
10. Jake Locker
Mark Brunell

Yards
81 (TD)
71 (TD)
61
61 (TD)
60 (TD)
56 (TD)
54
54
50 (TD)
47
47 (TD)

Opponent
Stanford, 1967
USC, 1977
Idaho St., 2013
Oregon, 1983
Wisconsin, 1992
Arizona, 2009
USC, 2010
USC, 1987
Stanford, 1992
Oregon, 2007
Purdue, 1990

Rushing Attempts by a Quarterback


Season

Name
1. Jake Locker
2. Marques Tuiasosopo
3. Marques Tuiasosopo
4. Tom Manke
5. Dennis Fitzpatrick
Bob Schloredt
7. Bill Douglas
8. Cyler Miles
9. Mark Brunell
10. Jake Locker
Kermit Jorgensen

Year Att.
2007
172
1999
149
2000
141
1967
139
1974
137
1959
137
1963
126
2014
118
1990
115
2010
114
1961
114

Career

Name Att.
1. Jake Locker (2007-2010)
454
2. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)
377
3. Cody Pickett (1999-2003)
326
4. Bob Schloredt (1958-60)
253
5. Warren Moon (1975-77)
250
6. Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
241
7. Isaiah Stanback (2003-2006)
234
8. Dennis Fitzpatrick (1972-74)
222
9. Bill Douglas (1962-64)
217
10. Keith Price (2010-13)
216

Most 50-yard Rushes


Season

Name
1. Dwayne Washington
2. Myles Gaskin
Chris Polk
Rich Alexis
Napoleon Kaufman
Hugh McElhenny
6. 13 players tied

Career

No.
4
3
3
3
3
3
2

Name
1. Dwayne Washington (2013-)
2. Chris Polk (2008-11)
Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
4. Joe Steele (1976-79)
Rich Alexis (2000-03)
6. Rashaan Shehee (1994-97)
Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
8. Myles Gaskin (2015-)
Bishop Sankey (2011-13)
Kenny James (2003-06)
Beno Bryant (1989-93)

Year
2014
2015
2010
2000
1994
1950

No.
7
6
6
5
5
4
4
3
3
3
3

85

Longest Rushes (50+ Yards)


Name
1. Sterling Hill
Dean Derby
3. Napoleon Kaufman
Hugh McElhenny
5. Ron Medved
6. Rich Alexis
7. Rashaan Shehee
Charlie Mitchell
Ervin Dailey
10. Ron Gipson
Joe Steele
Hugh McElhenny
Jay Barry
Tom Manke
Paul Arnold
Rashaan Shehee
Napoleon Kaufman
Myles Gaskin
Corey Dillon
Greg Lewis
Jack Stackpool
Louis Rankin
Shelton Sampson
Napoleon Kaufman
Rashaan Shehee
Corey Dillon
Beno Bryant
John Brady
Myles Gaskin
Chris Polk
Joe Steele
Dwayne Washington
Warren Moon
Deontae Cooper
Napoleon Kaufman
Dwayne Washington
Joe Steele
Hugh McElhenny
Dwayne Washington
Deontae Cooper
Louis Rankin
Spider Gaines
Aaron Jenkins
Dwayne Washington
Leon Neal
Cookie Jackson
Charlie Mitchell
Willie Hurst
Beno Bryant
Bill Albrecht
Mike Reed
Napoleon Kaufman
Joe Steele
James Anderson
Willie Hurst
Rashaan Shehee
Harvey Blanks
Cyler Miles
Bishop Sankey
Chris Polk
Roland Kirkby
Steve Pelluer
Dwayne Washington
Bishop Sankey
Billy Joe Hobert
Tom Scott
Dennis Fitzpatrick
Bishop Sankey
Terrance Dailey

86

Yds.
94 (TD)
92 (TD)
91 (TD)
91 (TD)
88 (TD)
86 (TD)
85 (TD)
85 (TD)
85 (TD)
83 (TD)
83 (TD)
83 (TD)
81 (TD)
81 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
79
78 (TD)
78 (TD)
78
78 (TD)
77 (TD)
77 (TD)
76 (TD)
75
75
73 (TD)
73
72 (TD)
72
72 (TD)
71 (TD)
71 (TD)
70
70
69 (TD)
69 (TD)
69 (TD)
68 (TD)
68
68 (TD)
68
67
66 (TD)
66
66 (TD)
66 (TD)
65 (TD)
65 (TD)
65 (TD)
64 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
62
62 (TD)
62 (TD)
61
61 (TD)
61 (TD)
61 (TD)
61 (TD)
60 (TD)
60 (TD)
60 (TD)
60 (TD)
60
59 (TD)
59 (TD)

Opponent
Puyallup (1898)
Illinois, 1956
San Jose State, 1994
Kansas State, 1950
Stanford, 1963
Arizona State, 2000
Washington State, 1995
Idaho, 1960
Whitman, 1919
Stanford, 1977
Stanford, 1977
Washington State, 1950
Nebraska, 1991
Stanford, 1967
Washington State, 1999
Stanford, 1995
UCLA, 1994
Sacramento State, 2015
San Jose State, 1996
Purdue, 1989
USC, 1940
Washington State, 2006
Oregon, 2003
UCLA, 1994
BYU, 1997
Oregon, 1996
Arizona, 1990
Navy, 1970
Oregon, 2015
Washington State, 2010
Oregon, 1976
Oregon State, 2013
USC, 1977
Oregon State, 2013
Arizona State, 1992
Arizona, 2015
Fresno State, 1979
Stanford, 1951
Oregon State, 2014
Oregon State, 2013
San Jose State, 2006
USC, 1978
Purdue, 1988
Arizona, 2014
Ohio State, 1995
California, 1984
Illinois, 1961
Arizona, 2000
California, 1991
Oregon, 1951
Michigan State, 1997
Arizona State, 1992
San Jose State, 1977
Syracuse, 1973
UCLA, 2000
Arizona, 1997
Idaho, 1968
Idaho State, 2013
Stanford, 2012
Washington State, 2011
Washington State, 1950
Oregon, 1983
Washington State, 2014
Oregon, 2013
Wisconsin, 1992
Purdue, 1971
Washington State, 1974
California, 2013
Oregon State, 2008

Rich Alexis
Ron Gipson
Ron Rowland
Napoleon Kaufman
Mike McCluskey
Hugh McElhenny
Shaq Thompson
Chris Polk
Shaq Thompson
Chris Polk
Jake Locker
Robin Earl
Kenny James
Jason Harris
Beno Bryant
Lavon Coleman
Toussaint Tyler
Jake Locker
Kenny James
Chris Chandler
Myles Gaskin
Rich Alexis
Greg Lewis
Sterling Hinds
Kyle Stevens
Dwayne Washington
Chris Polk
Kenny James
Vince Coby
Dwayne Washington
Zach Tuiasosopo
Rich Alexis
Rich Alexis
Billy Joe Hobert
Jacque Robinson
Joe Steele

59
59 (TD)
59 (TD)
58 (TD)
58 (TD)
58 (TD)
57 (TD)
57 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56
56
55 (TD)
55 (TD)
54
55 (TD)
54
54 (TD)
54
53
53 (TD)
53 (TD)
53 (TD)
53
52
52
52 (TD)
52
51
50
50
50 (TD)
50 (TD)
50 (TD)
50

Longest Non-Scoring Rush


Name
1. Napoleon Kaufman
2. Greg Lewis
3. Rashaan Shehee
Corey Dillon
5. John Brady
6. Chris Polk
7. Deontae Cooper
Napoleon Kaufman
9. Deontae Cooper
Spider Gaines

Yds.
79
78
75
75
73
72
70
70
68
68

Michigan, 2002
Stanford, 1977
Washington State, 1976
Oregon, 1993
Washington State, 1956
Oregon State, 1950
Eastern Washington, 2014
Washington State, 2010
Colorado, 2014
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Arizona, 2009
UCLA, 1975
Oregon, 2003
UCLA, 1997
USC, 1991
Eastern Washington, 2014
Oregon, 1978
USC, 2010
Oklahoma, 2006
USC, 1987
Arizona State, 2015
Stanford, 2003
Oregon, 1990
Navy, 1983
Arizona State, 1978
Colorado, 2013
Syracuse, 2010
San Jose State, 2004
USC, 1979
Washington State, 2014
Fresno State, 2004
Purdue, 2001 Rose Bowl
Miami, 2000
Stanford, 1992
Arizona, 1984
Oregon State, 1978
Opponent
UCLA, 1994
Purdue, 1989
BYU, 1997
Oregon, 1996
Navy, 1970
Washington State, 2010
Oregon State, 2013
Arizona State, 1992
Oregon State, 2013
USC. 1978

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Yearly Longest Rush


Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951

Yards
78 yards (td)
68 yards (td)
71 yards (td)
61 yards (td)
61 yards (td)
72 yards
56 yards (td)
59 yards (td)
47 yards
77 yards (td)
49 yards
52 yards (td)
77 yards
59 yards
42 yards
86 yards (td)
80 yards (td)
46 yards
75 yards
78 yards (td)
85 yards (td)
91 yards (td)
58 yards (td)
70 yards
81 yards (td)
73 yards (td)
78 yards
67 yards
54 yards
42 yards
36 yards
66 yards (td)
68 yards
43 yards
48 yards
34 yards (td)
69 yards (td)
68 yards
83 yards (td)
72 yards (td)
56 yards
60 yards
63 yards (td)
27 yards
60 yards (td)
73 yards
38 yards
62 yards (td)
81 yards (td)
47 yards (td)
38 yards (td)
43 yards (td)
88 yards (td)
57 yards (td)
66 yards (td)
40 yards
48 yards
31 yards
53 yards (td)
92 yards (td)
50 yards (td)
41 yards
33 yards
37 yards
69 yards (td)

Player vs. Opponent


Myles Gaskin vs. Sacramento State
Dwayne Washington vs. Oregon State.
Dwayne Washington at Oregon State
Bishop Sankey vs. Stanford
Chris Polk vs. Stanford
Chris Polk vs. Washington State
Jake Locker vs. Arizona
Terrance Dailey vs. Oregon State
Louis Rankin vs. Syracuse (td); Jake Locker vs. Oregon
Louis Rankin at Washington State
Louis Rankin at UCLA
Kenny James vs. San Jose State
Shelton Sampson vs. Oregon
Rich Alexis at Michigan
Willie Hurst vs. Texas, 2001
Rich Alexis at Arizona State
Paul Arnold vs. Washington State
Marques Tuiasosopo vs. BYU
Rashaan Shehee at BYU
Corey Dillon vs. San Jose State
Rashaan Shehee vs. Washington State
Napoleon Kaufman vs. San Jose State
Napoleon Kaufman vs. Oregon
Napoleon Kaufman at Arizona State
Jay Barry vs. Nebraska
Beno Bryant vs. Arizona
Greg Lewis vs. Purdue
Aaron Jenkins vs. Purdue
Chris Chandler vs. USC
Vince Weathersby vs. Oregon
Vince Weathersby vs. BYU
Cookie Jackson vs. California
Jacque Robinson vs. Oregon State
Jacque Robinson vs. Texas Tech
Dennis Brown vs. Pacific; vs. Oregon State
Toussaint Tyler vs. Air Force
Joe Steele vs. Fresno State
Spider Gaines vs. USC
Joe Steele vs. Stanford
Joe Steele vs. Oregon
Robin Earl vs. UCLA
Dennis Fitzpatrick vs. Washington State
James Anderson vs. Syracuse
Pete Taggares vs. California
Tom Scott vs. Purdue
John Brady vs. Navy
Joe Bell vs. Oregon State
Harvey Blanks vs. Idaho
Tom Manke vs. Stanford
Don Moore vs. Ohio State
Ron Medved vs. Washington State
Junior Coffey vs. Baylor
Ron Medved vs. Stanford
Junior Coffey vs. California
Charlie Mitchell vs. Illinois
Kermit Jorgensen vs. Idaho
Bob Schloredt vs. Washington State
Carver Gayton vs. San Jose State
Jim Jones vs. Oregon State
Dean Derby vs. Illinois
Credell Green vs. Washington State
Stewart Crook vs. Oregon State
Jack Nugent vs. Colorado
Bill Earley vs. Washington State
Hugh McElhenny vs. Stanford

Yearly Rushing Leaders

Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951
1950
1949
1948
1947
1946
1942-45
1941
1940
1939
1938
1937

Name
Myles Gaskin
Dwayne Washington
Bishop Sankey
Bishop Sankey
Chris Polk
Chris Polk
Chris Polk
Terrance Dailey
Louis Rankin
Louis Rankin
James Sims
Kenny James
Rich Alexis
Rich Alexis
Willie Hurst
Rich Alexis
Marques Tuiasosopo
Willie Hurst
Rashaan Shehee
Corey Dillon
Rashaan Shehee
Napoleon Kaufman
Napoleon Kaufman
Napoleon Kaufman
Beno Bryant
Greg Lewis
Greg Lewis
Aaron Jenkins
Vince Weathersby
Vince Weathersby
Vince Weathersby
Jacque Robinson
Sterling Hinds
Jacque Robinson
Ron Jackson
Kyle Stevens
Joe Steele
Joe Steele
Joe Steele
Ron Rowland
Robin Earl
Dennis Fitzpatrick
Pete Taggares
Pete Taggares
Pete Taggares
Bo Cornell
Bo Cornell
Carl Wojciechowski
Tom Manke
Don Moore
Don Moore
Junior Coffey
Ron Medved
Junior Coffey
Jim Stiger
Ray Jackson
Ray Jackson
Mike McCluskey
Jim Jones
Luther Carr
Credell Green
Bob McNamee
Bob Dunn
Jack Nugent
Hugh McElhenny
Hugh McElhenny
Hugh McElhenny
Gordon Hungar
Brooks Biddle
Fred Provo
Statistics Unavailable
Robert Barrett
Jadk Stackpool
Don Jones
Jimmy Johnston, rh
Merle Miller

No.
201
132
327
289
293
260
226
75
233
142
112
172
138
202
154
128
149
158
168
301
174
255
226
182
173
248
266
138
160
169
134
223
168
238
167
165
151
237
211
203
167
137
93
127
102
97
136
138
139
88
144
147
75
98
130
108
107
60
105
75
108
78
52
100
169
179
103
63
66
64
125
84
94
88
118

Yds. Avg. TD
1,121
5.6
10
697
5.3
9
1,870
5.7
20
1,439
5.0
16
1,488
5.1
12
1,415
5.4
9
1,113
4.9
5
338
4.5
1
1,294
5.6
6
666
4.7
4
495
4.4
6
702
4.1
5
566
4.1
4
688
3.4
10
744
4.8
9
816
6.4
9
571
3.8
6
604
3.8
4
1,055
6.3
10
1,695
5.6
24
995
5.7
15
1,390
5.5
9
1,299
5.7
14
1,084
6.0
7
981
5.7
8
1,407
5.7
8
1,197
4.5
10
691
5.0
4
766
4.8
2
908
5.4
4
523
3.9
2
1,036
4.6
14
859
5.1
5
976
4.1
7
647
3.9
4
765
4.6
7
694
4.6
11
1,111
4.7
5
942
4.5
10
1,002
4.9
6
782
4.7
1
697
5.1
6
342
3.7
1
450
3.5
8
401
3.9
5
340
3.5
4
613
4.5
4
651
4.7
1
483
3.4
3
447
5.1
2
637
4.4
6
638
4.5
2
431
5.7
1
581
5.9
8
582
4.5
2
500
4.6
5
521
4.9
3
292
4.9
2
488
4.6
2
469
6.3
5
652
6.0
5
291
3.7
0
236
4.5
0
433
4.4
5
936
5.5
13
1107
6.2
12
456
4.4
2
268
4.3
0
324
5.0

307
4.7

445
411
247
472
456

3.56
4.9
2.6
5.3
3.9

87

Washington Record Book 1,000-Yard Rushers


Hugh McElhenny, 1950

Opponent
Kansas State
Minnesota
UCLA
Oregon State
Illinois
Stanford
California
Oregon
USC
Washington State
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
16 177 0
177 11.1 1 91t
16 93 3 90 5.6 1 30
22 95 1 94 4.3 1 15
14 125 1
124 8.9 3 58t
20 81 9 72 3.6 0
17 60 14 46 2.9 0
17 84 18 66 3.9 0 48
16 72 16 56 3.5 0 15
21 89 3 86 4.1 1
20 298 2
296 14.8 5 83t
179 1174 67 1,107 6.2 12 91t

Ron Rowland, 1976

Opponent
Virginia
Colorado
Indiana
Minnesota
Oregon State
Stanford
Oregon
UCLA
California
USC
Washington State
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
24 184 1 183 7.7 2 23
10 29 0 29 2.9 0 7
26 125 4 121 4.6 1 16
24 155 0 155 6.4 1 45
15 40 2 38 2.5 0 6
16 72 6 66 4.1 0 13
16 50 0 50 3.1 0 10
9 29 1 28 3.1 0 11
23 96 3 93 4.0 0 15
13 46 3 43 3.3 0 18
27 197 1
196 7.3 2 59t
203 1023 21 1,002 4.9 6 59t

Joe Steele, 1978

Opponent
UCLA
Kansas
Indiana
Oregon State
Alabama
Stanford
Oregon
Arizona State
Arizona
USC
Washington State
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
17 74 1 73 4.3 0 13
26 105 3 102 3.9 2 11
28 157 2 155 5.5 0 22
30 161 5
156 5.2 1 50
30 88 6 82 2.7 0 7
17 67 2 65 3.8 0 14
21 126 0 126 6.0 1 16
15
51 15
36 2.4 0 9
14 71 6 65 4.6 0 17
15 60 2 58 3.9 0 18
24 195 2
193 8.0 1 56
237 1155 44 1,111 4.7 5 56

Jacque Robinson, 1984

Opponent
Northwestern
Michigan
Houston
Miami (OH)
Stanford
Oregon State
Oregon
Arizona
California
USC
Washington State
Oklahoma
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
8 46 0 46 5.8 0 15
15 49 4 45 3.0 0 7
12 88 0 88 7.3 1 19
20 106 11 95 4.8 2 14
14 71 3 68 4.8 1 13
20 46 11 35 1.8 0 15
12 46 10 36 3.0 0 10
25 123 4 119 4.8 3 50t
20 152 0 152 7.6 2 45
15 59 2 57 3.8 1 13
34 173 13 160 4.7 3 32
1985 Orange Bowl
28 135 0 135 4.8 1 24
223 1094 58 1,036 4.6 14 50t

Greg Lewis, 1989

Opponent
Texas A&M
Purdue
Arizona
Colorado
USC
Oregon
California
UCLA
Arizona State
Oregon State
Washington State
Florida
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
29 134 1
133 4.6 0 12
20 165 0 165 8.3 0 78
22 70 4 66 3.0 0 8
15 87 1 86 5.7 1 13
12 35 11 24 2.0 0 8
34 151 5 146 4.3 1 14
18 75 10 65 3.6 1 17
24 115 3 112 4.7 2 14
21
94 2
92 4.4 1 21
21
97 1
96 4.6 3 11
23 115 0
115 5.0 1 28
1989 Freedom Bowl
27 103 6 97 3.6 0 11
266 1241 44 1,197 4.5 10 78

Greg Lewis, 1990

Opponent
TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
San Jose State
23 157 0
157 6.8 0 34
Purdue
28 102 1 101 3.6 0 11
USC
26 126 0 126 4.8 1 48
Colorado
20 104 3 101 5.1 0 35
Arizona State
27 159 0
159 5.9 3 20
Oregon
23 176 7 169 7.3 1 53t
Stanford
19 114 6 108 5.6 1 20
California
29 207 2 205 7.1 1 23
Arizona
22 105 2 103 4.7 1 14
UCLA
12 55 5 50 4.2 0 18
Washington State DNP
1990 Rose Bowl
Iowa
19 129 1 128 6.7 0 44
Totals
248 1434 27 1,407 5.7 8 53t

Napoleon Kaufman, 1992

Opponent
Arizona State
Wisconsin
Nebraska
USC
California
Oregon
Pacific
Stanford
Arizona
Oregon State
Washington State
Michigan
Totals

Napoleon Kaufman, 1993

Opponent
Stanford
Ohio State
East Carolina
San Jose State
California
UCLA
Oregon
Arizona State
Oregon State
USC
Washington State
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
24 196 1 195 8.1 0 26
18 64 13 51 2.8 0 13
25 142 0
142 5.7 2 19
20 123 5
118 5.9 2 23
21 78 9 69 3.3 1 24
19 82 1 81 4.3 2 18
21 146 4 142 6.8 2 58t
16 124 5
119 7.4 1 45
17
90 8
82 4.8 1 38t
18 129 10 119 6.6 1 24
27 183 2
181 6.7 2 28t
226 1357 58 1,299 5.7 14 58t

Napoleon Kaufman, 1994

Opponent
USC
Ohio State
Miami
UCLA
San Jose State
Arizona State
Oregon
Oregon State
Stanford
California
Washington State
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
26 156 4 152 5.8 1 21
32 212 1
211 6.6 1 38t
28 89 9 80 2.9 0 25
34 243 16 227 6.7 1 79
27 266 12
254 9.4 3 91t
18 92 12 80 4.4 1 26
23 102 1 101 4.4 0 37
21 82 13 69 3.3 0 19
20 151 12 139 7.0 2 41
6 12 1 11 1.8 0 4
20
75 9
66 3.3 0 10
255 1480 90 1,390 5.5 9 91t

Corey Dillon, 1996

Opponent
Arizona State
Brigham Young
Arizona
Stanford
Notre Dame
UCLA
Oregon
USC
Oregon State
San Jose State
Washington State
Colorado
Totals

88

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
6 161 2
159 26.5 1 70
7 44 1 43 6.1 0 18
12 62 5 57 4.8 1 35
11 39 11 28 2.5 0 14
30 209 1 208 6.9 2 36t
26 103 12 91 3.5 1 18
20 129 1 128 6.4 1 40
11 90 3 87 7.9 0 29
12 53 3 50 4.2 0 28
12 146 0
146 12.2 0 45
15
51 3
48 3.2 0 13
1993 Rose Bowl
20 42 3 39 2.0 1 5
182 1129 45 1,084 6.0 7 70

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
7
38 2
36 5.1 1 11
10
82 0
82 8.2 0 33
20 125 0 125 6.3 0 41
36 174 1 173 4.8 1 17
18
94 7
87 4.8 2 15t
33 146 1 145 4.4 5 15
32 261 2 259 8.1 3 75
37 136 8 128 3.5 2 22
24 144 1
143 6.0 2 29t
16 222 0
222 13.9 3 78t
38 158 3
155 4.1 3 18
1996 Holiday Bowl
30 144 4 140 4.7 2 25
301 1724 29 1,695 5.6 24 78t

Rashaan Shehee, 1997

Opponent
TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
Brigham Young
12 172 1
171 14.3 1 75
San Diego State
16
76 4
72 4.5 0 20
Nebraska
11 32 4 28 2.5 0 12
Arizona State
29 159 13 146 5.0 1 28
California
24 128 4 124 5.2 2 19
Arizona
15 136 0 136 9.1 2 62
Oregon State
29 173 4
169 5.8 2 23
USC
3 16 0 16 5.3 0 11
did not play vs. Oregon, UCLA & WSU
1997 Aloha Bowl
Michigan State
29 195 2
193 6.7 2 33
Totals
168 1087 32 1,055 6.3 10 75

Louis Rankin, 2007

Opponent
Syracuse
Boise State
Ohio State
UCLA
USC
Arizona State
Oregon
Arizona
Stanford
Oregon State
California
Washington State
Hawai'i
Totals

Chris Polk, 2009

Opponent
LSU
Idaho
USC
Stanford
Notre Dame
Arizona
Arizona State
Oregon
UCLA
Oregon State
Washington State
California
Totals

Chris Polk, 2010

Opponent
BYU
Syracuse
Nebraska
USC
Arizona State
Oregon State
Arizona
Stanford
Oregon
UCLA
California
Washington State
Nebraska
Totals

Chris Polk, 2011

Opponent
EWU
Hawaii
Nebraska
California
Utah
Colorado
Stanford
Arizona
Oregon
USC
Oregon State
Washington State
Baylor
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
17 152 5 147 8.6 3 47
17
49 4
45 2.6 0 10
14 46 4 42 3.0 0 9
14 44 2 42 3.0 0 8
12 49 10 39 3.3 0 23
11
80 0
80 7.3 0 38
11 73 0 73 6.6 0 23
16 71 1 70 4.4 0 16
36 273 18 255 7.1 1 42
20 70 10 60 3.0 0 15
21 224 0 224 10.7 1 46
23
74 2
72 3.1 0 18
21 147 2 145 6.9 0 44
233 1352 58 1,294 5.6 6 47
TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
21 104 14 90 4.3 0 33
19 92 12 80 4.2 1 19
25 78 7 71 2.8 0 13
19 79 4 75 3.9 0 20
22 143 7
136 6.2 0 41
9 34 0 34 3.8 0 17
12
53 2
51 4.2 1 23
18 110 6 104 5.8 1 34
15 140 8 132 8.8 0 34
19 126 10 116 6.1 0 23
25 132 2
130 5.2 1 21
22 98 4 94 4.3 1 18
226 1,189 76 1,113 4.9 5 41

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
16 92 0 92 5.8 0 28
20 125 8 117 5.8 1 52
17 57 2 55 3.2 1 9
13 92 0 92 7.1 1 26
18 110 0
110 6.1 0 37
25 116 11 105 4.2 0 18
14 67 2 65 4.6 1 18
13 28 11 17 1.3 0 10
17 81 4 77 4.5 0 31
26 145 7 138 5.3 1 32
18 88 2 86 4.8 1 19
29 286 2
284 9.8 2 72
2010 Holiday Bowl
34 178 1 177 5.2 1 24
260 1,465 50 1,415 5.4 9 72
TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
23 128 3 125 5.4 0 26
22 109 2 107 4.9 1 15
22 130 0 130 5.9 1 25
20 63 3 60 3.0 1 14
29 197 8 189 6.5 0 49
18 118 1 117 6.5 0 28
15 155 11 144 9.6 2 61
34 145 1 144 4.2 4 19
24 82 2 80 3.3 0 14
9 37 1 36 4.0 1 12
25 110 1
109 4.4 0 18
22 105 5
100 4.5 1 34
2011 Alamo Bowl
30 156 9 147 4.9 1 56
293 1,535 47 1,488 5.1 12 61

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1,000-Yard Rushers, contd.
Bishop Sankey, 2012

Opponent
TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
San Diego State
22
77 11
66 3.0 1 20
LSU
8 20 4 16 2.0 0 9
Portland State
14 103 0
103 7.4 2 21
Stanford
20 151 7 144 7.2 1 61
Oregon
25 107 3 104 4.2 2 15
USC
14 56 2 54 3.9 0 14
Arizona
19 89 2 87 4.6 1 14
Oregon State
25
98 6
92 3.7 2 13
California
29 195 6 189 6.5 2 27
Utah
34 158 2 156 4.6 2 25
Colorado
23 141 2 139 6.0 0 40
Washington State 26 91 7 84 3.2 2 9
2012 Las Vegas Bowl
Boise State
30 205 0
205 6.8 1 33
Totals
289 1,491 52 1,439 5.0 16 61

Bishop Sankey, 2013

Opponent
Boise State
Illinois
Idaho State
Arizona
Stanford
Oregon
Arizona State
California
Colorado
UCLA
Oregon State
Washington State
BYU
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
25 163 2
161 6.4 2 23
35 211 3 208 5.9 1 25
4
77 0
77 19.2 1 36
40 162 1 161 4.0 1 17
27 136 11 125 4.6 2 30
28 174 7 167 6.0 2 60
13
32 10
22 1.7 1 9
27 249 8 241 8.9 2 59
23 147 4 143 6.2 1 20
27 95 4 91 3.4 1 12
23 179 0
179 7.8 3 48
34 202 2
200 5.9 1 30
2013 Fight Hunger Bowl
21 104 9 95 4.5 2 17
327 1,931 61 1,870 5.7 20 60

Myles Gaskin, 2015

Opponent
Boise State
Sacramento State
Utah State
California
USC
Oregon
Stanford
Arizona
Utah
Arizona State
Oregon State
Washington State
Totals

TC Yds. Lost
Net Avg. TD LG
5 9 4 5 1.0 0 3
14 150 4
146 10.4 3 78
15
47 5
42 2.8 0 13
5 16 0 16 3.2 0 6
22 134 0 134 6.1 1 31
18 157 2 155 8.6 1 72
18 115 7 108 6.0 1 28
11 51 2 49 4.5 0 21
20 96 3 93 9.2 1 32
18 113 5
108 6.0 1 53
23 127 0
127 5.5 0 23
32 143 5
138 4.3 2 20
201 1,158 37 1,121 5.6 10 78

Yds. Name
Opponent
Year W/L
296 Hugh McElhenny
Washington State 1950 W
284 Chris Polk
Washington State 2010 W
259 Corey Dillon
Oregon
1996 W
258 Credell Green
Washington State 1955 W
255 Louis Rankin
Stanford
2007 W
254 Napoleon Kaufman San Jose State 1994 W
249 Dennis Fitzpatrick Washington State 1974 W
241 Bishop Sankey
California
2013 W
227 Napoleon Kaufman UCLA
1994 W
224 Louis Rankin
California
2007 W
222 Corey Dillon
San Jose State 1996 W
221 Don Moore
Ohio State
1966 W
212 Rashaan Shehee
Washington State 1995 W
211 Napoleon Kaufman Ohio State
1994 W
208 Bishop Sankey
Illinois
2013 W
208 Napoleon Kaufman California
1992 W
207 Marques Tuiasosopo Stanford
1999 W
205 Bishop Sankey
Boise State
2012* L
205 Greg Lewis
California
1990 W
203 Jacque Robinson
Texas Tech
1982 W
200 Bishop Sankey
Washington State 2013 W
200 James Sims
Arizona
2005 W
196 Rashaan Shehee
Stanford
1995 W
196 Ron Rowland
Washington State 1976 W
195 Napoleon Kaufman Stanford
1993 W
193 Rashaan Shehee
Michigan State 1997* W
193 Joe Steele
Washington State 1978 W
189 Bishop Sankey
California
2012 W
189 Chris Polk
Utah
2011 W
189 Kenny James
San Jose State 2004 W
188 Sterling Hinds
Stanford
1983 W
185 Willie Hurst
Arizona State
2001 W
183 Napoleon Kaufman Washington State 1993 W
183 Ron Rowland
Virginia
1976 W
179 Bishop Sankey
Oregon State
2013 W
177 Chris Polk
Nebraska
2010* W
177 Vince Weathersby Washington State 1986 W
177 Joe Steele
Stanford
1977 W
177 Hugh McElhenny
Kansas State
1950 W
174 Shaq Thompson
Colorado
2014 W
173 Corey Dillon
Stanford
1996 W
171 Rashaan Shehee
BYU
1997 W
171 Rashaan Shehee
Notre Dame
1995
L
169 Rashaan Shehee
Oregon State
1997 W
169 Greg Lewis
Oregon
1990 W
169 Robin Earl
UCLA
1976
L
167 Bishop Sankey
Oregon
2013
L
166 Deontae Cooper
Oregon State
2013 W
165 Greg Lewis
Purdue
1989 W
162 Aaron Jenkins
Purdue
1988 W
161 Bishop Sankey
Arizona
2013 W
161 Bishop Sankey
Boise State
2013 W
161 Willie Hurst
Oregon
1999 W
160 Jacque Robinson
Washington State 1984 W
159 Napoleon Kaufman Arizona State
1992 W
159 Greg Lewis
Arizona State
1990 W
158 Beno Bryant
USC
1991 W
158 Carl Wojciechowski Oregon State
1968
L
157 Jake Locker
Arizona
2007
L
157 Greg Lewis
San Jose State 1990 W
157 Joe Steele
Oregon
1976 W
156 Bishop Sankey
Utah
2012 W
156 Joe Steele
Oregon State
1978 W
155 Myles Gaskin
Oregon
2015
L
155 Willie Hurst
UCLA
1998
L
155 Corey Dillon
Washington State 1996 W
155 Joe Steele
Indiana
1978
L
155 Ron Rowland
Minnesota
1976 W
152 Leon Neal
USC
1995
T
152 Napoleon Kaufman USC
1994
L
152 Jacque Robinson
California
1984 W
152 Robin Earl
UCLA
1974 W
151 Toussaint Tyler
Oregon
1978 W
149 Bo Cornell
USC
1969
L

Yds. Name
Opponent
148 Dwayne Washington Arizona
148 Terry Hollimon
San Jose State
148 Willie Hendricks
Iowa State
147 Chris Polk
Baylor
147 Louis Rankin
Syracuse
147 Vince Weathersby Stanford
147 Ron Jackson
California
147 Dean Derby
Illinois
147 Hugh McElhenny
Washington State
146 Myles Gaskin
Sacramento State
146 Rashaan Shehee
Arizona State
146 Napoleon Kaufman Oregon State
146 Greg Lewis
Oregon
145 Louis Rankin
Hawai'i
145 Louis Rankin
San Jose State
145 Corey Dillon
UCLA
145 Mark Wheeler
Michigan State
144 Bishop Sankey
Stanford
144 Chris Polk
Arizona
144 Chris Polk
Stanford
143 Bishop Sankey
California
143 Corey Dillon
Oregon State
143 Jay Barry
California
142 Napoleon Kaufman East Carolina
142 Napoleon Kaufman Oregon
142 Jacque Robinson
Iowa
142 Jeff Jordan
UCLA
141 Dwayne Washington Oregon State
140 Corey Dillon
Colorado
140 Junior Coffey
Air Force
140 Roland Kirkby
Washington State
139 Bishop Sankey
Colorado
139 Napoleon Kaufman Stanford
139 Beno Bryant
Nebraska
139 Don Moore
Oregon State
139 Hugh McElhenny
Oregon
138 Myles Gaskin
Washington State
138 Chris Polk
UCLA
138 Ron Gipson
Stanford
138 Don Moore
Oregon
137 Willie Hurst
Texas
137 Jacque Robinson
Washington State
137 Hugh McElhenny
UCLA
136 Chris Polk
Notre Dame
136 Rashaan Shehee
Arizona
135 Dwayne Washington Washington State
135 Leon Neal
Ohio State
135 Jacque Robinson
Oklahoma
135 Junior Coffey
California
135 Hugh McElhenny
Washington State
134 Myles Gaskin
USC
134 Rich Alexis
Washington State
134 George Wilson
Alabama
133 Kenny James
UCLA
133 Greg Lewis
Texas A&M
133 Joe Steele
Fresno State
133 Mike McCluskey
Washington State
132 Chris Polk
UCLA
132 Jacque Robinson
Stanford
132 Hugh McElhenny
Stanford
131 Shelton Sampson
Oregon
131 Rashaan Shehee
BYU
131 Sterling Hinds
Oregon
131 Junior Coffey
Iowa
130 Chris Polk
Nebraska
130 Chris Polk
Washington State
130 Robin Earl
Oregon
130 Robin Earl
California
130 Robin Earl
Washington State
129 Kyle Stevens
Stanford
128 Rich Alexis
Stanford
128 Corey Dillon
USC
128 Napoleon Kaufman Pacific
128 Greg Lewis
Iowa

Year W/L
2014
L
1996 W
1974 W
2011* L
2007 W
1988 W
1981 W
1956 W
1949 W
2015 W
1997 W
1992 W
1989 W
2007
L
2006 W
1996 W
1970 W
2012 W
2011 W
2011
L
2013 W
1996 W
1991 W
1993 W
1993 W
1982* W
1964 W
2013 W
1996
L
1964
L
1949 W
2012 W
1994
L
1991 W
1965 W
1951 W
2015 W
2010 W
1977 W
1965 W
2001* L
1982
L
1951
T
2009
L
1997 W
2014 W
1995
L
1985* W
1962 W
1951
L
2015 W
2000 W
1926* L
2004
L
1989 W
1979 W
1956 W
2009
L
1982
L
1951
L
2003 W
1996 W
1983 W
1964
L
2011
L
2009 W
1976 W
1975
L
1974 W
1980 W
2003 W
1996 W
1992 W
1991* W

89

Yds. Name
Opponent
Year W/L
127 Myles Gaskin
Oregon State
2015 W
127 Rich Alexis
Arizona State
2000 W
127 Rich Alexis
UCLA
2000 W
127 Beno Bryant
Washington State 1991 W
127 Rick Fenney
Oregon
1985 W
126 Paul Arnold
Washington State 1999 W
126 Greg Lewis
USC
1990 W
126 Joe Steele
Oregon
1978 W
126 Carl Wojciechowski UCLA
1968 W
125 Bishop Sankey
Washington State 2013 W
125 Chris Polk
E. Washington
2011 W
125 Rich Alexis
San Jose State 2002 W
125 Corey Dillon
Arizona
1996 W
124 Rashaan Shehee
California
1997 W
124 Jacque Robinson
Arizona State
1982 W
124 Stew Crook
Oregon State
1954 W
124 Hugh McElhenny
Oregon State
1950 W
122 Rich Alexis
Oregon
2002 W
122 Vince Weathersby Oregon State
1987 W
122 Vince Weathersby Stanford
1986 W
121 Brandon Johnson California
2007 W
121 Jacque Robinson
Oregon State
1983 W
121 Robin Earl
Washington State 1976 W
121 Ron Rowland
Indiana
1976
L
121 Harvey Blanks
Rice
1968
T
120 Rich Alexis
Nevada
2003
L
120 Tom Manke
Stanford
1967
L
120 Ron Medved
Stanford
1963 W
119 Napoleon Kaufman USC
1993
L
119 Napoleon Kaufman Arizona State
1993
L
119 Jacque Robinson
Arizona
1984 W
119 Cookie Jackson
California
1984 W
119 Pete Taggares
Washington State 1971 W
119 Hugh McElhenny
Minnesota
1951 W
118 Lavon Coleman
Eastern Wash.
2014 W
118 Louis Rankin
Washington State 2006 W
118 Napoleon Kaufman San Jose State 1993 W
117 Chris Polk
Colorado
2011 W
117 Chris Polk
Syracuse
2010 W
117 Beno Bryant
Toledo
1991 W
117 Junior Coffey
Stanford
1964 W
116 Chris Polk
Oregon State
2009
L
116 Rich Alexis
Idaho
2003 W
116 Willie Hurst
Arizona
2000 W
116 Aaron Jenkins
Arizona State
1988 W
115 Greg Lewis
Washington State 1989 W
114 Willie Hurst
Washington State 1998 W
114 Rick Fenney
Stanford
1985 W
113 Maurice Shaw
Stanford
1999 W
113 Sterling Hinds
USC
1983 W
113 Joe Steele
Pittsburgh
1979
L
113 Jim Stiger
Washington State 1961 W
113 Junior Coffey
Oregon State
1962 W
112 Willie Griffin
Washington State 2008
L
112 Louis Rankin
Oklahoma
2006
L
112 Greg Lewis
UCLA
1989 W
112 Toussaint Tyler
Oklahoma State 1980 W
112 Beno Bryant
Washington State 1990 W
112 Vince Coby
Washington State 1979 W
112 Robin Earl
Minnesota
1976 W
112 Robin Earl
Oregon
1975 W
112 Carl Wojciechowski Wisconsin
1968 W
112 Junior Coffey
UCLA
1962 W
111 Bob Schloredt
Washington State 1959 W
110 Chris Polk
Arizona State
2010
L
110 Jake Locker
USC
2010 W
110 Don Moore
California
1965
L
110 Junior Coffey
Oregon
1963 W
109 Dwayne Washington California
2015
L
109 Chris Polk
Oregon State
2011
L
108 Myles Gaskin
Stanford
2015
L
108 Myles Gaskin
Arizona State
2015
L
108 Willie Hurst
Stanford
2001 W
108 Willie Hurst
Oregon State
1999 W
108 Greg Lewis
Stanford
1990 W
108 Robin Earl
Virginia
1976 W
107 Chris Polk
Hawaii
2011 W

90

Yds. Name
107 Rich Alexis
107 Aaron Jenkins
107 Robin Earl
107 Don Moore
106 Glenn Bonner
106 Joe Steele
106 Joe Steele
105 Chris Polk
105 Braxton Cleman
105 Leon Neal
105 Dennis Fitzpatrick
105 Ray Jackson
105 Hugh McElhenny
104 Bishop Sankey
104 Chris Polk
104 Kenny James
104 Robin Earl
104 Credell Green
103 Bishop Sankey
103 Jake Locker
103 Greg Lewis
103 Aaron Jenkins
103 Sterling Hinds
103 Ron Jackson
103 Vince Coby
103 Charlie Mitchell
102 Terrance Dailey
102 Jake Locker
102 Isaiah Stanback
102 Willie Hurst
102 Paul Arnold
102 Tony Covington
102 Joe Steele
102 James Anderson

Opponent
Oregon State
Pacific
USC
Washington State
California
Wyoming
USC
Oregon State
Washington State
Arizona State
Oregon
California
Utah
Oregon
Oregon
Oregon
Stanford
Oregon
Portland State
Washington State
Arizona
UCLA
Oregon
Washington State
USC
Oregon State
Oregon State
Ohio State
San Jose State
USC
Oregon State
Washington State
Kansas
Oregon State

Three 100-Yard Rushers in a Game

Year W/L
2000 W
1987 W
1976
L
1965 W
1972 W
1979 W
1977 W
2010 W
2000 W
1995 W
1974 W
1959 W
1949 W
2012
L
2009
L
2003 W
1974
L
1956 W
2012 W
2007
L
1990 W
1987
L
1982 W
1981 W
1979
L
1960 W
2008
L
2007
L
2006 W
2001 W
2000 W
1985
L
1978 W
1975 W

Names
Corey Dillon/Terry Hollimon/Maurice Shaw
Bishop Sankey/Deontae Cooper/Dwayne Washington

Two 100-Yard Rushers in a Game

Names
Chris Polk and Jesse Callier
Louis Rankin and Brandon Johnson
Shelton Sampson and Kenny James
Rich Alexis and Braxton Cleman
Rich Alexis and Paul Arnold
Willie Hurst and Braxton Cleman
Beno Bryant and Jay Barry
Jacque Robinson and Ron Jackson
Toussaint Tyler and Joe Steele
Joe Steele and Ron Gipson
Ron Rowland and Robin Earl
Joe Steele and Ron Rowland
Ron Rowland and Robin Earl
Ron Rowland and Robin Earl
Dennis Fitzpatrick and Robin Earl
Willie Hendricks and Dennis Fitzpatrick
Hugh McElhenny and Roland Kirkby

Yds. Name
102 Dennis Fitzpatrick
102 Gary James
101 Napoleon Kaufman
101 Greg Lewis
101 Greg Lewis
101 Kyle Stevens
101 Robin Earl
101 Ron Medved
100 Shaq Thompson
100 Dwayne Washington
100 Chris Polk
100 Braxton Cleman
100 Braxton Cleman
100 Maurice Shaw
100 Charlie Mitchell

Opponent
Iowa State
California
Oregon
Purdue
Colorado
Arizona State
Indiana
Washington State
UCLA
Oregon State
Washington State
Air Force
UCLA
San Jose State
Pacific

* Indicates Bowl Game

Career 100-Yard Rushing Games

Name
1. Chris Polk
2. Napoleon Kaufman
3. Bishop Sankey
4. Greg Lewis
5. Robin Earl
6. Louis Rankin
Joe Steele
8. Hugh McElhenny
Jacque Robinson
Rashaan Shehee

No.
21
17
16
15
12
11
11
10
10
10

Consecutive 100-Yard Rushing Games


Name
1. Greg Lewis, 1989-90
2. Corey Dillon, 1996
3. Chris Polk, 2010-11
4. Chris Polk, 2011
Chris Polk, 2009
Rashaan Shehee, 1997
7. Myles Gaskin, 2015
Myles Gaskin, 2015
Dwayne Washington, 2014
Bishop Sankey, 2013
Bishop Sankey, 2012
Bishop Sankey, 2012
Joe Steele, 1978

Yards
222/148/100
179/166/141

No.
10
7
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Opponent
San Jose State, 1996
Oregon State, 2013

Yards Opponent
138/107
UCLA 2010
224/121
California, 2007
131/104
Oregon, 2003
124/105
Washington State, 2000
107/102
Oregon State, 2000
114/110
UCLA, 1998
139/110
Nebraska, 1991
152/119
California, 1984
151/126
Oregon, 1978
177/138
Stanford, 1977
196/121
Washington State, 1976
157/130
Oregon, 1976
183/108
Virginia, 1976
131/101
Indiana, 1976
249/130
Washington State, 1974
148/102
Iowa State, 1974
147/140
Washington St, 1949

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Year W/L
1974 W
1967 W
1994
L
1990 W
1990
L
1978 W
1976
L
1965 W
2014
L
2014 W
2011 W
1999
L
1998
L
1996 W
1960 W

Washington Record Book Individual Passing


Passing Yards
Career
Season
Game

10,220, Cody Pickett (1999-03)


4,458, Cody Pickett, 2002
455, Cody Pickett vs. Arizona, 2001

Passing Yards By Class


Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior

2,062, Jake Locker, 2007


3.063, Keith Price, 2011
4,458, Cody Pickett, 2002
3,043, Cody Pickett, 2003

Passing Yards Per Game

Career (Min. 18 games): 255.51, Cody Pickett, 1999-03 (10,220 yds., 40 games)
Season (Min. 9 games): 342.9, Cody Pickett, 2002 (4458 yds., 13 games)

Passing Yards Per Attempt

Career (Min. 100 attempts.): 9.19, Bob Schloredt, 1958-60 (1,195 yds., 130 att.)
Season (Min. 100 attempts): 8.46, Brock Huard, 1997 (2,319 yards, 274 att.)
Game: 22.1, Chris Rowland, vs. Washington State, 1973 (354 yards, 16 att.)

Pass Attempts
Career
Season
Game
Quarter

1,429, Cody Pickett, 1999-03


612, Cody Pickett, 2002
62, Brock Huard vs. USC, 1998
31, Chris Rowland vs. California (4th), 1973 (NCAA Record)

Pass Attempts Per Game

Career (Min. 18 games): 35.7, Cody Pickett, 1999-03 (1,429 att., 40 games)
Season (Min. 9 games): 47.1, Cody Pickett, 2002 (612 att., 13 games)

Pass Completions
Career
Season
Game

821, Cody Pickett, 1999-03


365, Cody Pickett, 2002
35, Cody Pickett vs. Cal, 2002; at Washington State, 2002

Pass Completions Per Game

Career (Min. 18 games): 20.5, Cody Pickett, 1999-03 (821 comp., 40 games)
Season (MIn. 9 games): 28.1, Cody Pickett, 2002 (365 comp., 13 games)

Passing Yards Per Completion

Career (Min. 100 completions): 14.76, Chris Rowland, 1973-75 (2,966 yds., 201 comp.)
Season (Min. 50 completions): 16.41, Sonny Sixkiller, 1971 (2,068 yds., 126 comp.)
Game (Min. 10 comps): 30.00, Marques Tuiasosopo, 1999 at Cal (300 yds., 10 comp.)

Most Touchdown Passes


Career
Season
Game

Quarter

75, Keith Price, 2010-13


33, Keith Price, 2011
5, Jake Locker vs. Oregon State, 2010
5, Chris Rowland vs. California, 1973
4, Cody Pickett at Oregon, 2002; Chris Chandler vs. BYU, 1986;
Chris Rowland vs. California, 1973

Passes Had Intercepted


Career
Season
Game

51, Sonny Sixkiller, 1970-72


24, Chris Rowland, 1973
6, Sonny Sixkiller vs. Oregon State, 1970

Pass Attempts Without Interception


Season
143, Keith Price, 143
Career
151, Brock Huard, 1996-97

Lowest Interception Percentage

Career (Min. 400 attempts): 2.29%, Isaiah Stanback, 2003-06 (523 att., 12 int.)
Season (Min. 100 attempts): 1.22%, Cyler Miles, 2014 (329 att., 4 int.)

Completion Percentage

Career (Min. 200 completions): .640 (757-1,183), Keith Price, 2010-13


Season (Min. 100 completions): .669 (242-362), Keith Price, 2011
Game (Min. 10 completions): .941 (16-17), Tom Flick vs. Arizona, 1980

Highest Passing Efficiency Rating

(Multiply a players yards per att. by 8.4, add his completion pct., add his touchdown pct. times
3.3, then subtract his interception pct. times two)

Career (Min. 250 completions): 143.2, Keith Price, 2010-13


Season (Min. 100 completions): 161.9, Keith Price, 2011

Touchdown Passes Per Game

Career (Min. 18 games): 1.63, Keith Price, 2010-13 (75 TDs, 46 games)
Season (Min. 9 games): 2.42, Keith Price (29 TDs, 12 games)

Touchdown Passes By Class

Freshman 14, Jake Locker, 2007


Sophomore 33, Keith Price, 2011
Junior 28, Cody Pickett, 2002
Senior 21, Keith Price, 2013

Passing Yards
Game

Name
1. Cody Pickett
2. Keith Price
Cody Pickett
4. Cody Pickett
5. Cary Conklin
6. Jake Browning
7. Cody Pickett
8. Cody Pickett
9. Sonny Sixkiller
10. Keith Price

No.
455
438
438
429
428
405
404
399
387
376

Season

Name
1. Cody Pickett (2002)
2. Keith Price (2011)
3. Cody Pickett (2003)
4. Keith Price (2013)
5. Jake Locker (2009)
6. Cary Conklin (1989)
7. Keith Price (2012)
8. Cody Pickett (2001)
9. Jake Browning (2015)
10. Damon Huard (1995)
11. Billy Joe Hobert (1991)
12. Tom Flick (1980)
13. Marques Tuiasosopo (1999)
14. Cyler Miles (2014)
15. Steve Pelluer (1983)

Career


Name (Years)
1. Cody Pickett (1999-03)
2. Keith Price (2010-13)
3. Jake Locker (2007-10)
4. Brock Huard (1996-98)
5. Damon Huard (1992-95)
6. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-00)
7. Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
8. Cary Conklin (1986-1989)
9. Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
10. Chris Chandler (1984-87)
11. Don Heinrich (1949-52)
12. Mark Brunell (1989-92)
13. Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)
14. Tom Flick (1976-80)
15. Warren Moon (1975-77)

Opponent
Arizona, 2001
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Idaho, 2002
UCLA, 2002
Arizona State, 1989
Arizona State, 2015
Wyoming, 2002
California, 2002
Purdue, 1971
California, 2013

PA
612
362
454
352
394
404
432
355
334
313
319
319
322
329
357

PC PCT
365 .596
242 .669
257 .566
233 .662
230 .584
229 .567
263 .609
196 .552
210 .629
198 .633
191 .599
191 .599
189 .587
219 .666
232 .650

TD YDS
28 4,458
33 3,063
15 3,043
21 2,966
21 2,800
18 2,786
19 2,726
12 2,696
16 2,671
13 2,609
24 2,463
15 2,460
12 2,418
17 2,397
11 2,365

PA PC PCT
TD YDS
1,429 821 .575 55 10,220
1,183 757 .640 75 8,919
1,147 619 .540 53 7,639
875 484 .553 53 6,391
790 472 .597 36 5,886
817 457 .559 33 5,879
811 385 .475 35 5,496
788 423 .537 33 5,082
826 472 .571 30 4,917
696 376 .540 34 4,735
610 335 .549 33 4,392
563 301 .535 28 4,008
523 269 .514 22 3,868
471 281 .597 25 3,510
519 254 .489 20 3,465

91

Passing Yards Per Game


Season (Min. 9 games)

Name

1.
Cody Pickett

2.
Cody Pickett

3.
Keith Price
4. Cody Pickett

5.
Jake Browning

6.
Keith Price

7.
Jake Locker

8.
Cary Conklin

9.
Sonny Sixkiller

10.
Brock Huard

11.
Damon Huard

12.
Brock Huard

13.
Keith Price
14. Billy Joe Hobert

15.
Tom Flick

Year Yds. Gms. Avg.


2002 4,458 13 342.9
2003 3,043 12 253.6
2013 2,966 12 247.2
2001 2,686
11
245.1
2015 2,671 12 242.8
2011 3,063 13 235.6
2009 2,800 12 233.3
1989 2,786 12 232.2
1970 2,303 10 230.3
1998 2,191 10 219.1
1995 2,609 12 217.4
1997 2,319 11 210.8
2012 2,726 13 209.7
1991
2,463
12
205.3
1980 2,460 12 205.0

Career (Min. 18 games)

Name
1. Cody Pickett (1999-02)
2. Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
3. Keith Price (2010-13)
4. Brock Huard (1996-98)
5. Jake Locker (2007-10)
6. Don Heinrich (1949-52)
7. Damon Huard (1992-95)
8. Cary Conklin (1986-1989)
9. Chris Chandler (1984-1987)
10. Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
Hugh Millen (1984-85)
12. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92)
13. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)
14. Tom Flick (1976-80)
15. Warren Moon (1975-77)

Yds.
10,220
5,496
8,919
6,391
7,639
4,392
5,886
5,082
4,735
4,917
2,657
3,220
5,879
3,510
3,465

*Total games played does not include three games as punter

Gms. Avg.
40
255.5
28
196.3
46
193.9
33
193.7
40
191.0
27
162.7
37
159.1
33
154.0
32
148.0
37
132.9
20
132.9
*25
128.8
46
127.8
30
117.0
31
111.8

Passing Yards per Completion


Game (Min. 10 completions)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Marques Tuiasosopo
30.0 (10-300)
Sonny Sixkiller
23.0 (10-230)
Chris Rowland
22.1 (16-354)
Jake Locker
21.4 (12-257)
Isaiah Stanback
20.9 (14-293)
Cliff McBride
20.3 (12-243)
Isaiah Stanback
19.9 (11-219)
Jake Locker
19.8 (17-336)
Tod Hullin
19.6 (18-354)
Don Heinrich
19.5 (15-292)
Cody Pickett
19.4 (15-291)
Keith Price
19.4 (23-438)
Jake Browning
19.2 (17-326)
Jake Locker
18.7 (12-224)
Sonny Sixkiller
18.7 (11-206)

Season (Min. 50 completions)


Name

1.
Sonny Sixkiller

2.
Chris Rowland

3.
Sonny Sixkiller

4.
Isaiah Stanback
5. Bill Douglas

6.
Mark Brunell

7.
Tod Hullin

8.
Brock Huard
9. Chris Rowland

10.
Cody Pickett

11.
Brock Huard
12. Don Heinrich
13. Tom Sparlin

14.
Warren Moon

15.
Sam Mitchell

92

Year
1971
1973
1972
2005
1963
1990
1965
1996
1974
2001
1997
1949
1966
1977
1951

Opponent
California, 1999
Texas Christian, 1971
Washington State, 1973
Oregon, 2007
Arizona, 2006
California, 1974
Oregon State, 2004
Arizona, 2007
UCLA, 1965
Kansas State, 1950
Stanford, 2001
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Sacramento State, 2015
Washington State, 2007
UCLA, 1971
PC
Yds. Avg.
126 2,068 16.41
97 1,521 15.68
73 1,125 15.41
143 2,136 14.94
64
952
14.88
129 1,895 14.69
90 1,318 14.64
129 1,881 14.58
59
848
14.37
169 2,403 14.22
164 2,319 14.14
64
899
14.04
68
954
14.03
113 1,584 14.02
79 1,102 13.95

Career (Min. 100 completions)


Name
1. Chris Rowland (1973-75)
2. Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)
3. Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
4. Tod Hullin (1964-65)
5. Warren Moon (1975-77)
6. Bill Douglas (1962-64)
7. Mark Brunell (1989-92)
8. Brock Huard (1996-98)
9. Don Heinrich (1949-52)
10. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)

PC
201
269
385
127
254
108
301
484
335
457

Yds. Avg.
2,966
14.76
3,868
14.38
5,496
14.28
1,760
13.86
3,465
13.64
1,458
13.50
4,008
13.32
6,391
13.20
4,392
13.11
5,879
12.86

Passing Attempts
Game

Name
1. Brock Huard
2. Cody Pickett
3. Cody Pickett
4. Cody Pickett
5. Cody Pickett
Sonny Sixkiller
7. Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
9. Jake Browning
Keith Price

No.
62
61
60
59
57
57
54
54
52
52

Season


Name
1. Cody Pickett
2. Cody Pickett
3. Keith Price
4. Cary Conklin
5. Jake Locker
6. Keith Price
Sonny Sixkiller
8. Steve Pelluer
9. Cody Pickett
10. Keith Price
11. Brock Huard
12. Marques Tuiasosopo
13. Jake Browning
14. Jake Locker
15. Cyler Miles

Opponent
USC, 1998
USC, 2002
UCLA, 2002
California, 2002
Washington State, 2002
USC, 1970
Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl
Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
Arizona State, 2015
Arizona, 2012

Year Att.
2002
612
2003
454
2012
432
1989
404
2009
394
2011
362
1970
362
1983
357
2001
355
2013
352
1998
347
2000
345
2015
334
2010
332
2014
329

Career
Name Att.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Cody Pickett (1999-03)


Keith Price (2010-13)
Jake Locker (2007-10)
Brock Huard (1996-98)
Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)
Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
Damon Huard (1992-95)
Cary Conklin (1986-89)
Chris Chandler (1984-87)
Don Heinrich (1949-52)
Mark Brunell (1989-92)
Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)
Warren Moon (1975-77)
Chris Rowland (1973-75)

1,429
1,183
1,147
875
826
817
811
790
788
696
610
563
523
519
475

Passing Attempts Per Game


Season (Min. 9 games)
Name







1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
Sonny Sixkiller
Brock Huard
Cary Conklin
Keith Price
Jake Locker
Cody Pickett

Year
2002
2003
1970
1998
1989
2012
2009
2001

PA Gms. Avg.
612
13
47.1
454
12
37.8
362
10
36.2
347
10
34.7
404
12
33.6
432
13
33.2
394
12
32.8
355
11
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10.
11.
12.

14.
15.

Jake Browning
Steve Pelluer
Keith Price
Hugh Millen
Marques Tuiasosopo
Jake Locker

2015
1983
2013
1985
2000
2010

Career (Min. 18 games)


Name

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

334
357
352
264
345
316

11
12
12
9
12
11

30.4
29.8
29.3
29.3
28.8
28.7

PA Gms. Avg.
1,429
40
35.7
811
28
28.9
1,147
40
28.7
875
33
26.5
1,183
46
25.7
788
33
23.9
826
37
22.3
439
20
22.0
696
32
21.8
790
37
21.4

Cody Pickett (1999-03)


Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
Jake Locker (2007-10)
Brock Huard (1996-98)
Keith Price (2010-13)
Cary Conklin (1986-89)
Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
Hugh Millen (1984-85)
Chris Chandler (1984-87)
Damon Huard (1992-95)

Passing Yards Per Attempt


Game (Min. 10 attempts)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Chris Rowland
22.1 (16-354)
Don Heinrich
18.2 (11-200)
Mark Brunell
17.1 (18-308)
Damon Huard
14.3 (17-247)
Marques Tuiasosopo
13.6 (22-300)
Jake Browning
13.6 (24-326)
Tom Flick
13.2 (24-316)
Billy Joe Hobert
13.0 (18-234)
Billy Joe Hobert
12.9 (17-220)
Keith Price
12.6 (25-315)

Season (Min. 100 attempts)


Name
1. Brock Huard
2. Keith Price
3. Keith Price
4. Bill Douglas
5. Damon Huard
6. Don Heinrich
7. Isaiah Stanback
8. Warren Moon
9. Tod Hullin
10. Jake Browning

Career (Min. 100 attempts)

Year
1997
2011
2013
1963
1995
1950
2005
1977
1965
2015

Name
1. Bob Schloredt (1958-60)
2. Jake Browning (2015-)
3. Greg Collins (1971-73)
4. Tod Hullin (1963-65)
5. Keith Price (2010-13)
6. Damon Huard (1992-95)
Tom Flick (1976-80)
8. Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)
9. Brock Huard (1996-98)
10. M. Tuiasosopo (1997-00)
Don Heinrich (1949-52)

PA
274
362
352
113
312
221
264
222
168
334

Opponent
Washington State, 1973
Oregon, 1952
Michigan, 1993 Rose Bowl
San Jose State, 1993
California, 1999
Sacramento State, 2015
Air Force, 1980
Kansas State, 1991
Toledo, 1991
Hawaii, 2011
Yds. Avg.
2,319 8.46
3,063 8.46
2,966 8.42
952 8.42
2,609 8.36
1,846 8.35
2,136 8.10
1,772 7.98
1,318 7.85
2,671 7.80
PA
130
334
181
219
1,183
790
471
523
875
817
610

Yds. Avg.
1,195
9.19
2,671
7.80
1,378
7.61
1,665
7.60
8,919
7.54
5,886
7.45
3,510
7.45
3,868
7.40
6,391
7.30
5,879
7.20
4,392
7.20

Passing Completions
Game


Name
1. Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
3. Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
5. Keith Price
Brock Huard
Tim Cowan
8. Cody Pickett
9. Cody Pickett
10. Sonny Sixkiller
Sonny Sixkiller

No. Opponent
35
California, 2002
35
Washington State, 2002
34
Wyoming, 2002
34
Arizona State, 2002
33
Stanford, 2013
33
USC, 1998
33
Maryland, 1982 Aloha Bowl
32
Idaho, 2002
31
Arizona, 2003
30
Oregon State, 1970
30
USC, 1970

Season
Name

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

Cody Pickett
Keith Price
Cody Pickett
Keith Price
Keith Price
Steve Pelluer
Jake Locker
Cary Conklin
Cyler Miles
Jake Browning
Damon Huard
Cody Pickett
Tom Flick
Billy Joe Hobert
Brock Huard

Year No.
2002
365
2012
263
2003
257
2011
242
2013
233
1983
232
2009
230
1989
229
2014
219
2015
210
1995
198
2001
196
1980
191
1991
191
1998
191

Career
Name No.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Cody Pickett (1999-03)


Keith Price (2010-13)
Jake Locker (2007-10)
Brock Huard (1996-98)
Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
Damon Huard (1992-95)
Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)
Cary Conklin (1986-89)
Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
Chris Chandler (1984-87)
Don Heinrich (1949-52)
Mark Brunell (1989-92)
Tom Flick (1976-80)
Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)
Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92)

821
757
619
484
472
472
457
423
385
376
335
301
281
269
266

Passing Completions Per Game


Season (Min. 9 games)
Name
1. Cody Pickett
2. Cody Pickett
3. Keith Price
4. Keith Price
5. Steve Pelluer
6. Jake Locker
7. Brock Huard
8. Jake Browning
9. Cary Conklin
10. Keith Price
11. Sonny Sixkiller
12. Cyler Miles
13. Cody Pickett
14. Hugh Millen
15. Damon Huard

Year
2002
2003
2012
2013
1983
2009
1998
2015
1989
2011
1970
2014
2001
1985
1995

PC
365
257
263
233
232
230
191
210
229
242
186
219
196
158
198

Gms Avg.
13
28.1
12
21.4
13
20.2
12
19.4
12
19.3
12
19.2
10
19.1
11
19.1
12
19.1
13
18.6
10
18.6
12
18.3
11
17.8
9
17.6
12
16.5

Passing Completions Per Game


Career (Min. 18 games)
Name

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.


9.
10.

Cody Pickett (1999-03)


Keith Price (2010-13)
Jake Locker (2007-10)
Brock Huard (1996-98)
Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
Cary Conklin (1986-89)
Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
Damon Huard (1992-95)
Hugh Millen (1984-85)
Don Heinrich (1949-52)

PC Gms Avg.
821
40
20.5
757
46
16.5
619
40
15.5
484
33
14.7
385
28
13.8
423
33
12.8
472
37
12.8
472
37
12.8
249
20
12.5
335
27
12.4

93

Passing Completion Percentage


Game (Min. 10 completions)

Name
Pct. (C-A)
1. Tom Flick .941 (16-17)
2. Jake Browning .900 (18-20)
3. Damon Huard .882 (15-17)
4. Jake Locker .826 (19-23)
5. Steve Pelluer .818 (27-33)
6. Keith Price .800 (28-35)
7. Don Heinrich .800 (12-15)
8. Cyler Miles .782 (18-23)
Brock Huard .782 (18-23)
10. Keith Price .773 (17-22)

Season (Min. 100 completions)


Name
1. Keith Price
2. Cyler Miles
3. Keith Price
4. Steve Pelluer
5. Damon Huard
6. Jake Browning
7. Keith Price
8. Don Heinrich
9. Tom Flick
Billy Joe Hobert
11. Brock Huard
12. Hugh Millen
13. Cody Pickett
14. Damon Huard
15. Marques Tuiasosopo

Year
2011
2014
2013
1983
1995
2015
2012
1950
1980
1991
1997
1985
2002
1993
1999

Career (Min. 200 completions)

Name
1. Cyler Miles (2013-14)
2. Keith Price (2010-13)
3. Jake Browning (2015-)
4. Damon Huard (1992-95)
5. Tom Flick (1976-80)
6. Cody Pickett (1999-03)
7. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92)
8. Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
9. Hugh Millen (1984-85)
10. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)

Season
Opponent
Arizona, 1980
Oregon State, 2015
San Jose State, 1993
California, 2009
Michigan, 1983
Illinois, 2013
Oregon, 1949
Oregon State, 2014
BYU, 1997
BYU, 2013 Fight Hunger Bowl
Passing
Pct.
242-362 .669
219-329 .666
233-352 .662
232-357 .650
198-312 .635
210-334 .629
263-432 .609
134-221 .604
191-319 .599
191-319 .599
164-274 .599
158-264 .598
365-612 .596
116-197 .589
189-322 .587
Comp.-Att.
Pct.
256-390 .656
757-1,183 .640
210-334 .629
472-790 .597
281-471 .597
821-1,429 .575
266-464 .573
472-826 .571
249-439 .567
457-817 .559

Touchdown Passes
Game

Name
1. Keith Price
Jake Locker
Chris Rowland
4. Jake Browning
Jake Browning
Keith Price
Keith Price
Keith Price
Keith Price
Jake Locker
Jake Locker
Jake Locker
Cody Pickett
Brock Huard
Brock Huard
Brock Huard
Brock Huard
Brock Huard
Billy Joe Hobert
Chris Chandler
Chris Chandler
Steve Pelluer
Chris Rowland
Don Heinrich

94

No.
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Opponent
Colorado, 2012
Oregon State, 2010
California, 1973
Oregon State, 2015
Arizona, 2015
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Colorado, 2011
Nebraska, 2011
Hawaii, 2011
Syracuse, 2010
Oregon, 2007
UCLA, 2007
Oregon, 2002
Oregon State, 1998
Arizona State, 1998
Washington State, 1997
San Diego State, 1997
Oregon State, 1996
Oregon State, 1991
Washington State, 1986
BYU, 1986
Oregon State, 1981
Washington State, 1973
Kansas State, 1950


Name
1. Keith Price
2. Cody Pickett
3. Brock Huard
4. Billy Joe Hobert
5. Keith Price
Jake Locker
7. Chris Chandler
8. Keith Price
9. Cary Conklin
10. Cyler Miles
Jake Locker

Year TDs
2011
33
2002
28
1997
25
1991
24
2013
21
2009
21
1986
20
2012
19
1989
18
2014
17
2010
17

Career
Name TDs

1. Keith Price (2010-13)


75
2. Cody Pickett (1999-03)
55
3. Jake Locker (2007-10)
53
Brock Huard (1996-98)
53
5. Damon Huard (1992-95)
36
Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
35
7. Chris Chandler (1984-87)
34
8. M. Tuiasosopo (1997-2000) 33
Cary Conklin (1986-89)
33
Don Heinrich (1949-52)
33
11. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92)
29
12. Mark Brunell (1989-92)
28
13. Tom Flick (1976-80)
25
14. Chris Rowland (1973-75)
24
15. Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)
22

TD Passes Per Game


Season (Min. 9 games)
Name
1. Keith Price
2. Brock Huard
3. Cody Pickett
4. Billy Joe Hobert
5. Jake Locker
6. Keith Price
7. Chris Chandler
8. Brock Huard
Cary Conklin
Sonny Sixkiller
11. Keith Price
12. Jake Browning
13. Cyler Miles
Jake Locker
15. Don Heinrich

Year
2011
1997
2002
1991
2009
2013
1986
1998
1989
1970
2012
2015
2014
2010
1950

TDs
33
25
28
24
23
21
20
15
18
15
19
16
17
17
14

Gms. Avg.
13
2.54
11
2.27
13
2.15
12
2.00
12
1.92
12
1.75
12
1.67
10
1.50
12
1.50
10
1.50
13
1.46
11
1.45
12
1.42
12
1.42
10
1.40

Career (Min. 18 games)

Name
TDs Gms. Avg.
1. Keith Price (2010-13)
75
46 1.630
2. Brock Huard (1996-98)
53
33 1.606
3. Cody Pickett (1999-02)
55
40 1.375
4. Jake Locker (2007-10)
53
40 1.325
5. Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
35
28 1.250
6. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92) 29
25 1.160
7. Chris Chandler (1984-87)
34
32 1.063
8. Don Heinrich (1949-52)
33
30 1.100
9. Cyler Miles (2013-14)
21
20 1.050
9. Cary Conklin (1986-89)
33
33 1.000
10. Damon Huard (1992-95)
36
37 0.973

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Passing Efficiency

Career
Name Int.

Season (Min. 100 completions)

Name
1. Keith Price
2. Brock Huard
3. Keith Price
4. Damon Huard
5. Don Heinrich
6. Cyler Miles
7. Billy Joe Hobert
8. Jake Browning
9. Warren Moon
10. Tom Flick
11. Cody Pickett
12. Jake Locker
13. Isaiah Stanback
14. Mark Brunell
15. Isaiah Stanback

Year Rating
2011 161.9
1997 153.8
2013 153.3
1995 143.6
1950 143.6
2014 142.4
1991 142.0
2015 139.9
1977 133.1
1980 132.0
2002 131.3
2009 130.1
2005 128.8
1992 126.7
2006 126.6

Career (Min. 200 completions)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name (Years)
Keith Price (2010-13)
Cyler Miles (2013-14)
Jake Browning (2015-)
Damon Huard (1992-95)
Tom Flick (1976-80)
Brock Huard (1996-98)
Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92)
Cody Picket (1999-03)
Mark Brunell (1989-92)
Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)

Name
1. Sonny Sixkiller
2. Carl Bonnell
Cody Pickett
Brock Huard
Don Heinrich
5. Casey Paus
Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
Brock Huard
Damon Huard
Hugh Millen
Greg Collins
Sonny Sixkiller
Sonny Sixkiller
Tom Sparlin

Season
Name

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.


8.
9.

11.



15.




Chris Rowland
Sonny Sixkiller
Tom Sparlin
Sonny Sixkiller
Casey Paus
Don Heinrich
Cary Conklin
Cody Pickett
Brock Huard
Chris Chandler
Cody Pickett
Chris Chandler
Hugh Millen
Sandy Lederman
Keith Price
Ronnie Fouch
Cody Pickett
Tom Flick
Gene Willis
Bob Hivner

Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)


Cody Pickett (1999-03)
Chris Rowland (1973-75)
Cary Conklin (1986-89)
Jake Locker (2007-10)
Chris Chandler (1984-87)
Don Heinrich (1949-52)
Brock Huard (1996-98)
Keith Price (2010-13)
Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)
Damon Huard (1992-95)
Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
Hugh Millen (1984-85)
Tom Flick (1976-80)

Rating
143.2
141.0
139.9
130.3
130.0
129.7
129.3
124.1
123.6
122.9

No. Opponent
6 Oregon State, 1970
5 California, 2006
5 Miami, 2001
5 Washington State, 1997
5 UCLA, 1952
4 Oregon, 2004
4 UCLA, 2002
4 Arizona, 2001
4 USC, 1998
4 California, 1993
4 Arizona State, 1985
4 Stanford, 1972
4 Illinois, 1971
4 California, 1970
4 USC, 1966
Year Int.
1973
24
1970
22
1966
19
1971
18
2004
17
1952
17
1989
17
2001
16
1998
15
1986
15
2002
14
1987
14
1985
14
1953
14
2012
13
2008
13
2003
13
1980
13
1969
13
1958
13

51
44
40
36
35
33
33
31
30
29
28
27
23
23

Interception Percentage
Season (Min. 100 attempts)

Pass Interceptions Thrown


Game

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Name
Cyler Miles
Isaiah Stanback
Warren Moon
Keith Price
Mark Brunell
Damon Huard
Billy Joe Hobert
Steve Pelluer
Isaiah Stanback
Cody Pickett
Brock Huard
Bill Douglas
Jake Locker
Jake Locker
Cody Pickett

Year
2014
2006
1975
2013
1992
1995
1992
1983
2005
2002
1996
1963
2010
2009
2003

PA INT Pct.
329
4 .0121
189
3 .0159
122
2 .0164
352
6 .0170
219
4 .0183
313
6 .0192
136
3 .0220
357
8 .0224
264
6 .0227
612 14 .0229
254
6 .0236
113
3 .0265
332
9 .0271
394 11 .0279
454 13 .0286

Career (Min. 400 attempts)

Name
PA INT Pct.
1. Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)
523 12 .0229
2. Keith Price (2010-13)
1,183 30 .0254
3. Mark Brunell (1989-92)
563 17 .0302
4. Jake Locker (2007-10)
1,147 35 .0305
5. Cody Pickett (1999-03)
1,429 44 .0308
6. Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
826 27 .0327
7. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92)
464 16 .0345
8. Brock Huard (1996-98)
875 31 .0354
Damon Huard (1992-95)
790 28 .0354
10. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-00) 817 29 .0355

200-yard Passing Performances


eason
S
Name
1. Cody Pickett
2. Cody Pickett
3. Keith Price
4. Jake Locker
Cary Conklin
6. Jake Browning
Keith Price
Jake Locker
Marques Tuiasosopo
Marques Tuiasosopo
Billy Joe Hobert

No.
13
10
9
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7

Year
2002
2003
2011
2009
1989
2015
2013
2010
2000
1999
1991

95

Career

Name
1. Cody Pickett
2. Keith Price
3. Jake Locker
4. Marques Tuiasosopo
5. Brock Huard
6. Cary Conklin
Sonny Sixkiller
8. Damon Huard
9. Steve Pelluer
Chris Chandler

No.
29
22
20
16
14
12
12
11
10
10

Most Consecutive 200-yard Games


(Regular Season Only)

1.
2.
3.
4.

Cody Pickett
Keith Price
Brock Huard
Jake Browning
M. Tuiasosopo
Cary Conklin

20
7
6
7
5
5

2002-03
2011
1997
2015
2000
1989

Longest Pass Plays (50+ Yards)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

7.
8.














































96

Quarterback to Receiver
Jake Locker to Marcel Reece
Jeff Lindquist to John Ross
Cody Pickett to Reggie Williams
Cody Pickett to Charles Frederick
Cyler Miles to John Ross
Carl Bonnell to Cody Ellis
Tom Flick to Willie Rosborough
Jake Locker to Anthony Russo
Marques Tuiasosopo to Todd Elstrom
Brock Huard to Corey Dillon
Jake Browning to Dwayne Washington
Keith Price to Jermaine Kearse
Jake Locker to DAndre Goodwin
Cody Pickett to Reggie Williams
Tom Manke to Harrison Wood
Steve Roake to J. Houston to C. Lewis*
Don Heinrich to George Black
Frank Waskowitz to Merle Miller
Damon Huard to Andre DeSaussure &
Dave Janoski #
Jake Browning to Marvin Hall
Cody Pickett to Paul Arnold
Warren Moon to Spider Gaines
Casey Paus to Craig Chambers
Sam Mitchell to Hugh McElhenny
Cary Conklin to Andre Riley
Cyler Miles to John Ross
Cody Pickett to Patrick Reddick
Damon Huard to Richard Thomas
Chris Rowland to Ken Conley
Cody Pickett to Reggie Williams
Cody Pickett to Charles Frederick
Cody Pickett to Reggie Williams
Tom Porras to Spider Gaines
Hugh Millen to Mark Pattison
Dennis Fitzpatrick to Scott Phillips
Tom Porras to Spider Gaines
Sonny Sixkiller to Tom Scott
Greg Collins to Larry Dumas
Billy Joe Hobert to Mario Bailey
Keith Price to Kevin Smith
Keith Price to Chris Polk
Cody Pickett to Reggie Williams
Billy Joe Hobert to Mario Bailey
Steve Pelluer to Danny Greene
Tom Sparlin to Dave Williams
Carl Bonnell to Marcel Reece
Isaiah Stanback to Craig Chambers
Isaiah Stanback to Marlon Wood
Billy Joe Hobert to Orlando McKay
Cary Conklin to Andre Riley
Steve Pelluer to Anthony Allen
Tom Flick to Aaron Williams
Sandy Lederman to George Black
Cyler Miles to Darrell Daniels

Yards
98 (TD)
91 (TD)
89 (TD)
87 (TD)
86 (TD)
86 (TD)
84 (TD)
83 (TD)
83 (TD)
83 (TD)
81 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
79 (TD)

Opponent
Arizona, 2007
Hawaii, 2014
San Jose State, 2002
Oregon State, 2003
California, 2014
Oregon State, 2007
Air Force, 1980
Oregon, 2007
California, 1999
San Jose State, 1996
Utah State, 2015
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
California, 2010
Arizona, 2002
Air Force, 1967
USC, 1955
UCLA, 1952
Washington State, 1937
Arizona State, 1995

78 (TD)
78 (TD)
78 (TD)
77 (TD)
77 (TD)
76
75 (TD)
75 (TD)
75 (TD)
75 (TD)
74 (TD)
74 (TD)
74
74 (TD)
73 (TD)
73 (TD)
72 (TD)
72
72 (TD)
71 (TD)
70 (TD)
70 (TD)
70 (TD)
70 (TD)
70 (TD)
70 (TD)
69 (TD)
69 (TD)
69
69 (TD)
69 (TD)
69 (TD)
69 (TD)
69 (TD)
68 (TD)

Sacramento State, 2015


Arizona, 2001
Washington State, 1975
California, 2004
Illinois, 1951
Purdue, 1989
Illinois, 2014
Arizona, 2001
Miami, 1994
Washington State, 1973
Stanford, 2003
Idaho, 2002
Michigan, 2001
Alabama, 1978
Michigan, 1984
Duke, 1973
USC, 1978
UCLA, 1972
California, 1971
Kansas State, 1991
Arizona State, 2013
California, 2011
Indiana, 2003
Toledo, 1991
UCLA, 1983
Oregon, 1965
Washington State, 2006
Arizona, 2005
Notre Dame, 2005
Washington State, 1991
Arizona State, 1989
Kansas State, 1981
Navy, 1980
Utah, 1953
Oregon State, 2014

Keith Price to Jaydon Mickens


Brock Huard to Theron Hill
Sonny Sixkiller to Dennis BrimHall
Brock Huard to Gerald Harris
Mark Brunell to Greg Lewis
Jake Locker to Jermaine Kearse
Brock Huard to Chris Juergens
Cody Pickett to Paul Arnold
Damon Huard to Mark Bruener
Sonny Sixkiller to Tom Scott
Isaiah Stanback to Sonny Shackelford
Gene Willis to Dan Roberson
Talbot George to Mike McCluskey
Don Heinrich to Roland Kirkby
Sam Mitchell to Hugh McElhenny
Carl Bonnell to Cody Ellis
Mark Brunell to Jason Shelley
Hugh Millen to Lonzell Hill
Sonny Sixkiller to Pete Taggares
Jake Locker to Marcel Reece
Jake Locker to Anthony Russo
Casey Paus to Reggie Williams
Brock Huard to Reggie Davis
Chris Chandler to Lonzell Hill
Fred Provo to Dev Gossett
Gene Willis to Ralph Bayard
Cody Pickett to Paul Arnold
Ronnie Fouch to Jermaine Kearse
Isaiah Stanback to Anthony Russo
Keith Price to Jermaine Kearse
Keith Price to Devin Aguilar
M. Tuiasosopo to Jerramy Stevens
Chris Chandler to Brian Slater
Sonny Sixkiller to Ira Hammon
Sam Mitchell to Hugh McElhenny
Jake Locker to Marcel Reece
Cody Pickett to Reggie Williams
Tom Porras to Spider Gaines
Tom Sparlin to Jim Cope
Bob Dunn to Dick Payseno
Don Heinrich to Bill Earley
Jerry Kaloper to Carl Wojciechowski
Cyler Miles to John Ross
Jake Locker to Jermaine Kearse
Casey Paus to Shelton Sampson
Chris Rowland to Scott Phillips
Dennis Fitzpatrick to Wayne Moses
Steve Hanzlik to Darrell Downey
Sandy Lederman to Mike Monroe
Isaiah Stanback to Anthony Russo
Isaiah Stanback to Sonny Shackelford
Mark Brunell to Greg Lewis
Chris Rowland to Gordy Bronson
James Anderson to Eddie King
Sonny Sixkiller to Scott Krieg
Tod Hullin to Dave Williams
Cyler Miles to John Ross
Isaiah Stanback to Quintin Daniels
Dane Looker to Joe Jarzynka
Cary Conklin to Scott Fitzgerald
Cyler Miles to Jaydon Mickens
M. Tuiasosopo to Jerome Pathon
Damon Huard to Jason Shelley
Cary Conklin to Brian Slater
Warren Moon to Spider Gaines
Tod Hullin to Dave Williams
Jake Browning to Josh Perkins
Keith Price to Kevin Smith
Nick Montana to Kasen Williams
Ronnie Fouch to DAndre Goodwin
Brock Huard to Andre DeSaussure
Brock Huard to Jerome Pathon
Chris Chandler to Brian Slater
Bob Schloredy to Don McKeta
Keith Price to James Johnson
Isaiah Stanback to Sonny Shackelford
Cody Pickett to Reggie Williams
Brock Huard to Chris Juergens
Damon Huard to Eric Bjornson
Damon Huard to Jason Shelly

68 (TD)
68 (TD)
68 (TD)
67 (TD)
67
66 (TD)
66
66 (TD)
66 (TD)
66 (TD)
65 (TD)
65 (TD)
65 (TD)
65 (TD)
65 (TD)
64 (TD)
64 (TD)
64 (TD)
64 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
62 (TD)
62 (TD)
62
61
60
59
59
59
59 (TD)
59 (TD)
58 (TD)
58
58 (TD)
58 (TD)
58 (TD)
58 (TD)
58
57 (TD)
57 (TD)
57
57
57
57 (TD)
57 (TD)
56
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
55 (TD)
55 (TD)
55 (TD)
55
54 (TD)
54
54
54 (TD)
54 (TD)
54 (TD)
53
53
53
53
53
53 (TD)
53
53
52 (TD)
52 (TD)
52 (TD)
52 (TD)
52 (TD)
52 (TD)

California, 2013
Oregon State, 1992
California, 1971
Arizona State, 1996
USC, 1990
Washington State, 2010
Oregon, 1998
UCLA, 2002
Stanford, 1993
UCLA, 1971
Washington State, 2005
UCLA, 1969
Oregon State, 1956
Kansas State, 1950
California, 1951
Washington State, 2006
Michigan, 1993
Arizona State, 1985
Washington State, 1972
Washington State, 2007
UCLA, 2007
Oregon, 2003
Arizona State, 1998
Oregon State, 1986
Stanford, 1946
Washington State, 1969
California, 2001
Arizona, 2008
Arizona State, 2005
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Hawaii, 2011
Oregon, 2000
Oregon, 1987
Michigan State, 1970
UCLA, 1951
Boise State, 2007
Washington St., 2001
Alabama, 1978
USC, 1966
Colorado, 1957
Oregon, 1952
Idaho, 1968
Idaho State, 2013
Syracuse, 2010
Arizona, 2004
Cincinnati, 1974
Syracuse, 1973
Navy, 1970
Colorado, 1953
Oregon State, 2006
California, 2005
California, 1990
Oregon State, 1975
Duke, 1973
Texas Christian, 1971
UCLA, 1965
Eastern Wash., 2014
Arizona, 2006
Washington State, 1999
Stanford, 1988
Oregon State, 2014
Nebraska, 1997
San Jose State, 1993
USC, 1988
Minnesota, 1977
Washington State, 1965
Utah, 2015
USC, 2011
Oregon, 2011
Arizona State, 2008
UCLA, 1998
San Diego State, 1997
Arizona State, 1987
Oregon State, 1959
Nebraska, 2011
Oregon State, 2004
Nevada, 2003
BYU, 1998
USC, 1994
San Jose State, 1993

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2015 ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

Warren Moon to Spider Gaines


Sonny Sixkiller to Bo Cornell
Jake Locker to Johri Fogerson
Carl Bonnell to Cody Ellis
Isaiah Stanback to Anthony Russo
Cody Pickett to Charles Frederick
Marques Tuiasosopo to Dane Looker
Damon Huard to Jerome Pathon
Damon Huard to Eric Bjornson
Warren Moon to Spider Gaines
Keith Price to Marvin Hall
Jake Locker to Jermaine Kearse
Isaiah Stanback to Sonny Shackelford
Cary Conklin to Andre Riley
Chris Chandler to Sterling Hill
Warren Moon to Spider Gaines
Sonny Sixkiller to Tom Scott
Tod Hullin to Dave Williams
Don Heinrich to Fritz Apking

52
52 (TD)
51
51
51
51 (TD)
51
51
51 (TD)
51 (TD)
50
50 (TD)
50
50
50 (TD)
50 (TD)
50 (TD)
50 (TD)
50 (TD)

UCLA, 1977
Stanford, 1970
LSU, 2009
California, 2007
Oklahoma, 2006
Michigan, 2002
Utah State, 1998
Stanford, 1995
Oregon, 1994
Syracuse, 1977
UCLA
Washington State, 2009
Arizona, 2006
Arizona, 1989
Washington State, 1985
Minnesota, 1976
UCLA, 1971
UCLA, 1965
UCLA, 1950

* - Houston lateraled to Lewis, who went final 55 yards.


# - Janoski ran 35 yards with recovered fumble

Longest Non-Scoring Pass Plays



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Quarterback to Receiver
Cary Conklin to Andre Riley
Cody Pickett to Reggie Williams
Sonny Sixkiller to Tom Scott
Isaiah Stanback to Marlon Wood
Mark Brunell to Greg Lewis
Brock Huard to Chris Juergens
Isaiah Stanback to Anthony Russo
Keith Price to Jermaine Kearse
Keith Price to Devin Aguilar
M. Tuiasosopo to Jerramy Stevens
Chris Chandler to Brian Slater

Most 50+ yard Passes


Season

Name
1. Cyler Miles
Jake Locker
Isaiah Stanback
Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
6. Keith Price
Isaiah Stanback
Cody Pickett
Brock Huard
Sonny Sixkiller

Career

Name
1. Cody Pickett
2. Jake Locker
Isaiah Stanback
4. Keith Price
Damon Huard
6. Brock Huard
Sonny Sixkiller
8. Cyler Miles
10. Cary Conklin
Warren Moon

No.
5
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4

Year
2014
2007
2005
2002
2001
2011
2006
2003
1998
1971
No.
14
10
10
9
9
7
7
6
5
5

Yards
76
74
72
69
67
66
61
60
59
59
59

Opponent
Purdue, 1989
Michigan, 2001
UCLA, 1972
Notre Dame, 2005
USC, 1990
Oregon, 1998
Arizona State, 2005
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Hawaii, 2011
Oregon, 2000
Oregon, 1987

Yearly Passing Leaders

Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951
1950
1949
1948
1947
1946
1942-45
1941
1940
1939
1938
1937

Name Att. Comp. Yds. Int. TD Pct.


Jake Browning
334
210
2,671
10
16 .629
Cyler Miles
329
219
2,387
4
17 .666
Keith Price
352
233
2,966
6
21 .662
Keith Price
432
263
2,726
13
19 .609
Keith Price
362
242
3,063
11
33 .669
Jake Locker
332
184
2,265
9
17 .554
Jake Locker
394
230
2,800
11
21 .584
Ronnie Fouch
250
113
1,339
13
4 .452
Jake Locker
328
155
2,062
15
14 .473
Isaiah Stanback
189
101
1,325
3
10 .534
Isaiah Stanback
264
143
2,136
6
9 .542
Casey Paus
274
116
1,476
17
5 .423
Cody Pickett
454
257
3,043
13
15 .566
Cody Pickett
612
365
4,458
14
28 .596
Cody Pickett
355
196
2,696
16
12 .552
M. Tuiasosopo
345
186
2,284
11
15 .539
M. Tuiasosopo
322
189
2,418
12
12 .587
Brock Huard
347
191
2,191
15
15 .550
Brock Huard
274
164
2,319
10
25 .599
Brock Huard
254
129
1,881
6
13 .508
Damon Huard
313
198
2,609
6
13 .635
Damon Huard
275
153
1,887
12
13 .556
Damon Huard
197
116
1,282
10
9 .589
Mark Brunell
219
127
1,612
4
7 .580
Billy Joe Hobert
319
191
2,463
12
24 .599
Mark Brunell
275
132
1,895
9
16 .480
Cary Conklin
404
229 2,,786
17
18 .567
Cary Conklin
302
153
1,833
12
11 .507
Chris Chandler
279
143
1,973
14
11 .513
Chris Chandler
318
180
2,193
15
20 .566
Hugh Millen
264
158
1,565
14
6 .598
Hugh Millen
175
91
1,092
9
6 .520
Steve Pelluer
357
232
2,365
8
11 .650
Steve Pelluer
200
113
1,248
10
10 .565
Steve Pelluer
263
125
1,280
9
9 .475
Tom Flick
319
191
2,460
13
15 .599
Tom Flick
122
71
852
6
6 .582
Tom Porras
176
84
1,151
8
6 .477
Warren Moon
222
125
1,772
9
12 .563
Warren Moon
175
81
1,106
8
6 .463
Chris Rowland
117
45
597
6
4 .380
Chris Rowland
124
59
848
10
5 .476
Chris Rowland
234
97
1,521
24
15 .415
Sonny Sixkiller
152
73
1,125
11
7 .480
Sonny Sixkiller
297
126
2,068
18
13 .424
Sonny Sixkiller
362
186
2,303
22
15 .514
Gene Willis
99
33
568
13
5 .330
Jerry Kaloper
115
43
595
9
0 .374
Tom Manke
81
32
613
8
5
395
Tom Sparlin
165
68
954
19
4 .412
Tod Hullin
168
90
1,318
9
13 .536
Bill Douglas
64
33
360
5
0 .515
Bill Douglas
113
64
952
3
6 .566
Bill Siler
27
15
294
2
3 .556
Pete Ohler
59
17
394
8
3 .288
Bob Hivner
58
31
580
4
6 .534
Bob Schloredt
82
44
835
2
5 .537
Bob Hivner
115
48
587
13
3 .417
Bob Dunn
55
16
227
3
2 .291
Al Ferguson
41
20
418
2
3 .488
Steve Roake
61
27
410
2
3 .443
Bob Cox
146
66
809
12
4 .452
Sandy Lederman
189
92
1,157
14
8 .482
Don Heinrich
270
137
1,647
17
13 .507
Sam Mitchell
167
79
1,102
9
8 .473
Don Heinrich
221
134
1,846
9
14 .604
Don Heinrich
119
64
899
7
6 .538
Ansel McCullough
105
53
618
7
4 .505
Dick Ottele
30
10
147
4 .333
Fred Provo
46
27
435
5 .587
Statistics unavailable
Bob Erickson
58
20
204
7 .345
Dean McAdams
83
29
475
10 .349
Dean McAdams
76
35
477
5 .461
Bill Gleason
38
13
209
8 .342
Frank Waskowitz
67
19
407
6 .284

97

Yearly Longest Pass


Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951

Yards
81 yards (td)
91 yards (td)
70 yards (td)
47 yards
80 yards (td)
80 yards (td)
51 yards
62 yards
98 yards (td)
69 yards (td)
69 yards (td)
77 yards (td)
87 yards (td)
89 yards (td)
78 yards (td)
59 yards
83 yards (td)
66 yards
54 yards
83 yards (td)
79 yards (td)
75 yards (td)
66 yards (td)
68 yards (td)
71 yards (td)
67 yards
76 yards
55 yards
59 yards
63 yards (td)
64 yards (td)
73 yards (td)
70 yards (td)
47 yards
69 yards (td)
84 yards (td)
46 yards
74 yards (td)
54 yards (td)
50 yards (td)
78 yards (td)
57 yards
75 yards (td)
72 yards
72 yards (td)
59 yards (td)
65 yards (td)
58 yards
80 yards (td)
58 yards (td)
70 yards (td)
28 yards
53 yards
45 yards
47 yards
48 yards
53 yards
37 yards (td)
58 yards (td)
65 yards (td)
80 yards (td)
42 yards
69 yards (td)
80 yards (td)
77 yards (td)

Player vs. Opponent


Jake Browning vs. Utah State
Jeff Lindquist at Hawaii
Keith Price vs. Arizona State
Keith Price vs. Utah
Keith Price vs. Baylor
Jake Locker at California
Jake Locker vs. LSU
Ronnie Fouch at Arizona
Jake Locker vs. Arizona
Carl Bonnell at Washington State
Isaiah Stanback vs. Arizona
Casey Paus vs. California
Cody Pickett vs. Oregon State
Cody Pickett vs. San Jose State
Cody Pickett vs. Arizona
Marques Tuiasosopo at Oregon
Marques Tuiasosopo at California
Brock Huard at Arizona State
Marques Tuiasosopo vs. Nebraska
Brock Huard vs. San Jose State
Damon Huard vs. Arizona State
Damon Huard at Miami
Damon Huard vs. Stanford
Damon Huard vs. Oregon State
Billy Joe Hobert vs. Kansas State
Mark Brunell vs. USC
Cary Conklin vs. Purdue
Cary Conklin vs. Stanford
Chris Chandler vs. Oregon
Chris Chandler vs. Oregon State
Hugh Millen vs. Arizona State
Hugh Millen vs. Stanford
Steve Pelluer vs. UCLA
Steve Pelluer vs. Oregon State
Steve Pelluer vs. Kansas State
Tom Flick vs. Air Force
Tom Flick vs. USC
Tom Porras vs. Alabama
Warren Moon vs. Minnesota
Warren Moon vs. Minnesota
Warren Moon vs. Washington State
Chris Rowland vs. Cincinnati
Chris Rowland vs. Washington State
Sonny Sixkiller vs. UCLA
Greg Collins vs. California
Sonny Sixkiller vs. Michigan State
Gene Willis vs. UCLA
Jerry Kaloper vs. Idaho
Tom Manke vs. Air Force
Tom Sparlin vs. USC
Tom Sparlin vs. Oregon
Tod Hullin at Washington State
Bill Douglas vs. USC
Bill Siler vs. Washington State
Pete Ohler vs. Pittsburgh
Bob Hivner vs. Pacific
Bob Schloredt vs. Oregon State
Bob Hivner vs. Oregon
Bob Dunn vs. Colorado
Talbot George vs. Oregon State
Steve Roake vs. USC
Bob Cox vs. Baylor
Sandy Lederman vs. Utah
Don Heinrich vs. Stanford
Sam Mitchell vs. Illinois

Single-Game Passing Performances


Yds.
455
438
438
429
428
405
404
399
387
376
371
368
368
360
354
354
354
353
351
350
350

98

Name
Cody Pickett
Keith Price
Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
Cary Conklin
Jake Browning
Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
Sonny Sixkiller
Keith Price
Cody Pickett
Jake Browning
Cody Pickett
Sonny Sixkiller
Chris Rowland
Cary Conklin
Tod Hullin
Isaiah Stanback
Cody Pickett
Keith Price
Cody Pickett

Opponent
Arizona
Baylor
Idaho
UCLA
Arizona State
Arizona State
Wyoming
California
Purdue
California
Washington State
Utah State
Washington State
Oregon State
Washington State
Arizona
UCLA
Notre Dame
Arizona
Stanford
USC

Year
2001
2011*
2002
2002
1989
2015
2002
2002
1971
2013
2001
2015
2002
1970
1973
1989
1965
2005
2003
2013
2002

W-L
W
L
W
L
L
L
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L

350
347
345
342
341
337
336
328
328
327
326
324
321
318
318
317
316
316
316
315
315
314
313
313
312
311
311
311
310
308
305
302
301
301
300
295
293
293
292
292
291
291
291
290
289
289
286
285
285
284
283
283
282
281
281
280
279
278
277
277
277
276
276
276
275
274
274
273
272
271
271
270
269
268
268
266
266
263
262
261
260
259
259
257
257
257
257
257
256
256
256

Tim Cowan
Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
Keith Price
Sonny Sixkiller
Cody Pickett
Jake Locker
Casey Paus
Chris Rowland
Damon Huard
Jake Browning
Keith Price
Jake Locker
Cody Pickett
Brock Huard
Chris Chandler
Cody Pickett
Tom Flick
Taylor Barton
Keith Price
Cary Conklin
Chris Chandler
Keith Price
Brock Huard
Steve Pelluer
Brock Huard
Chris Rowland
Tom Flick
Jake Locker
Mark Brunell
Steve Pelluer
Marques Tuiasosopo
Isaiah Stanback
Brock Huard
Marques Tuiasosopo
Damon Huard
Isaiah Stanback
Cody Pickett
Keith Price
Don Heinrich
Keith Price
Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
Cody Pickett
Jake Locker
Brock Huard
Jake Locker
Cody Pickett
Brock Huard
Carl Bonnell
Brock Huard
Billy Joe Hobert
Tom Flick
Jake Locker
Cody Pickett
Cary Conklin
Jake Locker
Tom Flick
Keith Price
Keith Price
Sonny Sixkiller
Ronnie Fouch
Damon Huard
Sonny Sixkiller
Don Heinrich
Keith Price
Cody Pickett
Cyler Miles
Cody Pickett
Carl Bonnell
Brock Huard
Marques Tuiasosopo
Steve Pelluer
Cyler Miles
Damon Huard
Jake Locker
Jake Locker
Jake Browning
Cody Pickett
Marques Tuiasosopo
Brock Huard
Damon Huard
Cary Conklin
Jake Browning
Keith Price
Jake Locker
Sonny Sixkiller
Warren Moon
Keith Price
Billy Joe Hobert
Sonny Sixkiller

Maryland
San Jose State
Arizona
Illinois
USC
Nevada
Arizona
California
Texas
Oregon
Sacramento State
Boise State
LSU
Michigan
Arizona State
Oregon
Oregon
Air Force
UCLA
Hawaii
California
Stanford
Colorado
San Diego State
LSU
Arizona
California
Washington State
USC
Michigan
UCLA
Stanford
California
USC
California
Stanford
Arizona
Texas
California
Kansas State
Washington State
Stanford
California
Indiana
Syracuse
Oregon
Oregon State
Oregon State
BYU
California
Washington State
Nebraska
Michigan
Notre Dame
UCLA
USC
Arizona State
Stanford
Utah
Arizona
UCLA
Oregon State
Washington State
Michigan State
Washington State
Nebraska
USC
California
Purdue
Washington State
UCLA
Nebraska
Michigan
Oklahoma State
Arizona State
BYU
Oregon
Arizona
Oregon State
Oregon
Oregon State
UCLA
Colorado
Utah
Colorado
Oregon
California
Syracuse
Arizona
Oregon
Washington State

1982*
2002
2002
2013
1970
2003
2007
2004
1974
1995
2015
2013
2009
2002
1998
1987
2002
1980
2001
2011
1988
1987
2013
1997
1983
1996
1973
1980
2010
1993*
1983
1999
2005
1998
1999
1995
2006
2001*
2011
1950
2011
2001
2001
2003
2010
1998
2010
2003
1997
2006
1997
1991
1981*
2009
2003
1988
2009
1980
2012
2011
1970
2008
1995
1970
1950
2011
2003
2014
2002*
2006
1997
1997
1983
2014*
1994
2010
2009
2015
2002
1997
1998
1995
1989
2015
2011
2007
1970
1977
2012
1991
1970

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2015 ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

W
W
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
W
L
W
L
L
W
L
W
L
L
W
W
L
W
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
L
W
W

256
Steve Pelluer
255
Cody Pickett
254
Damon Huard
253
Cyler Miles
253
Jake Locker
253
Don Heinrich
252
Cody Pickett
249
Cyler Miles
248
Keith Price
248
Jake Locker
247
Keith Price
247
Damon Huard
245
Tom Flick
244
Billy Joe Hobert
243
Mark Brunell
243
Cliff McBride
243
Don Heinrich
242
Keith Price
242
Isaiah Stanback
241
Cary Conklin
241
Tim Cowan
241
Sandy Lederman
240
Greg Collins
240
Steve Pelluer
239
Damon Huard
238
Chris Chandler
238
Tom Sparlin
237
Jake Locker
237
Jake Locker
237
Marques Tuiasosopo
237
Cary Conklin
237
Damon Huard
236
Billy Joe Hobert
236
Cary Conklin
236
Steve Pelluer
235
Keith Price
235
Jake Locker
234
Cody Pickett
234
Billy Joe Hobert
234
Chris Chandler
234
Steve Pelluer
233
Carl Bonnell
232
Hugh Millen
231
Cody Pickett
230
Sonny Sixkiller
230
Tom Flick
229
Marques Tuiasosopo
229
Steve Pelluer
228
Billy Joe Hobert
228
Tom Flick
226
Keith Price
226
Jake Locker
226
Don Heinrich
225
Cody Pickett
225
Marques Tuiasosopo
* indicates bowl game

Texas El Paso
Ohio State
Oregon
Oregon State
Idaho
Stanford
Arizona State
California
Colorado
California
Stanford
San Jose State
USC
Stanford
Arizona
California
Stanford
Boise State
Air Force
San Jose State
Washington State
Colorado
Pacific
Oregon State
Arizona State
Arizona State
USC
California
USC
BYU
Arizona
California
Washington State
USC
Navy
California
UCLA
Idaho
Kansas State
Tulane
California
Oregon State
Oklahoma State
Stanford
TCU
Arizona
Oregon
San Diego State
Arizona State
Navy
Utah
Washington State
Idaho
California
California

1982
2003
1994
2014
2009
1952
2001
2014
2012
2009
2011
1993
1979
1991
1992
1974
1950
2012*
2005
1988
1982
1953
1972
1982
1995
1986
1966
2010
2009
1999
1987
1993
1991
1989
1983
2012
2009
2003
1991
1987*
1981
2007
1985
2003
1971
1980
2000
1982
1991
1980
2011
2010
1952
2003
2000

W
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
L
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
W
W
L
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W
W
L
T
W
W
L
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W

Husky
Quarterback History

Keith Price (2010-2013)

Set UW career records for TDs, completion pct., passing efficiency and interception pct.
Finished second in career passing yards, completions and attempts

Passing
2010
2011
2012
2013
Totals

G-S Att. Comp.


Yds. TD Int.
Pct.
8-1 37 19 164 2 0 .514
13-13 362 242 3,063 33 11 .669
13-13 432 263 2,726 19 13 .609
12-12 352 233 2,966 21 6 .662
46-39 1,183 757 8,919 75 30 .640

LG
28
80
47
70
80

Jake Locker (2007-2010)

Easily the leading rushing QB in Husky history with 1,939 yards


Finished second in career passing yards, completions, attempts and touchdowns
2007 Pac-10 Freshman of the Year
Drafted in the first round (8th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft

Passing
2007
2008
2009
2010
Totals

G-S Att. Comp.


Yds. TD Int.
Pct.
12-12 328 155 2062 14 15 .473
4-4 93 50 512 1 0 .538
12-12 394 230 2800 21 11 .584
12-12 332 184 2265 17 9 .554
40-40 1147 619 7639 53 35 .540

LG
98
48
51
80
98

Cody Pickett (1999-2003)

Became first 4,000-yard passer in Pac-10 history with record-setting 4,458 yards in 2003
Career passing total of 10,220 yards is fourth-highest in Pac-10 history
Owns seven of the top-10 single-game passing yardage records in UW history
Finished UW career holding 21 different UW passing records

Passing
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
Totals

G-S Att. Comp.


Yds. TD Int.
Pct.
1-0 4 0 0 0 1 .000
3-0 4 3 23 0 0 .750
11-11 355 196 2696 12 16 .552
13-13 612 365 4458 28 14 .596
12-12 454 257 3043 15 13 .566
40-36 1429 821 10220 55 44 .575

LG
0
12
78
89
87
89

Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)

2001 Rose Bowl MVP and 2000 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year
Set UW career record in total offense
Eighth in voting for 2000 Heisman Trophy
Only player in college football history to rush for 200 yds. and pass for 300 yds. in a game
Member of the AFC Champion Oakland Raiders in 2002

Passing
1997
1998
1999
2000
Totals

G-S Att. Comp.


Yds. TD Int.
Pct.
10-1 64 37 650 3 1 .578
12-2 86 45 527 3 5 .523
12-12 322 189 2418 12 12 .587
12-12 345 186 2284 15 11 .539
46-27 817 457 5879 33 29 .559

Rushing G-S
1997
10-1
1998
12-2
1999
12-12
2000
12-12
Totals
46-27

TC Yds.
40 190
47 377
149 783
141 695
377 2045

Lost Net Avg.


73 117 2.9
39 338 7.2
212 571 3.8
226 469 3.3
550 1495 4.0

LG
54
51
83
59
83

TD
1
7
6
7
21

LG
42
46
30
46
46

Broke brother Damon's UW career record in passing


Finished his career as holder of 20 UW records
Passing
G-S Att. Comp.
Yds. TD Int.
Pct.
1996
12-9 254 129 1881 13 6 .508
1997
11-11 274 164 2319 25 10 .599
1998
10-10 347 191 2191 15 15 .550
Totals 33-30 875 484 6391 53 31 .553

LG
83
53
66
83

Brock Huard (1996-98)

Damon Huard (1992-95)

Set UW career records in passing and total offense


Member of Washingtons 1991 National Championship team
Member of the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots in 2002 and 2004
Passing
G-S Att. Comp.
Yds. TD Int.
Pct.
1992
4-0
5 5 108 1 0 1.000
1993
10-8 197 116 1282 9 10 .589
1994
11-11 275 153 1887 13 12 .556
1995
12-12 313 198 2609 13 6 .633
Totals 37-31 790 472 5886 36 28 .597

LG
68
66
75
79
79

99

Mark Brunell (1989-92)

1991 Rose Bowl MVP


Member of Washingtons 1991 National Championship team
One-time owner of five Rose Bowl records
Has passed for over 30,000 yards and rushed for over 2,400 yards in 17-year NFL
career
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1989
3-0 17 9 82 0 2 .529 14
1990 12-12 275 132 1895 16 9 .480 67
1991
9-0 52 33 422 5 2 .635 38
1992
12-7 219 127 1609 7 4 .580 50
Totals 36-19 563 301 4008 28 17 .535 67

Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92)

Won 1992 Rose Bowl MVP honors, leading UW to the 1991 National
Championship
UW never lost a game he played in, going 27-0 (four as punter only)
Retired in 2002 after nine seasons in the NFL
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1990 5-0 9 4 41 0 1 .444 23
1991 12-12 319 191 2463 24 12 .599 71
1992
8-5 136 71 716 5 3 .522 31
Totals 25-17 464 266 3220 29 16 .573 71

Cary Conklin (1986-89)

1989 Freedom Bowl MVP


1990 Hula Bowl Offensive Player of the Game
Member of the 1991 Super Bowl Champion Washington Redskins
Capped six-year NFL career with the San Francisco 49ers
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
1986
6-0 20 12 130 2 3 .600
1987
4-0 62 29 333 2 4 .468
1988 11-11 302 153 1833 11 12 .507
1989 12-12 404 229 2786 18 17 .567
Totals 33-23 788 423 5082 33 36 .537

LG
22
34
55
76
76

Chris Chandler (1984-87)

Named MVP of 1985 Freedom Bowl and 1987 Independence Bowl


Quarterbacked Atlanta Falcons to 1999 Super Bowl
17-year NFL career included 2 Pro Bowls, over 28,000 yards passing
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1984 2-0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0
1985
6-3 98 53 569 3 4 .541 50
1986 12-12 318 180 2193 20 15 .566 63
1987 12-12 279 143 1973 11 14 .513 59
Totals 32-27 696 376 4735 34 33 .540 63

Hugh Millen (1984-85)

1985 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Winner


Played 10 years in NFL
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1984
11-8 175 91 1092 6
9 .520
73
1985
9-9 264 158 1565 6 14 .598 64
Totals 20-17 439 249 2657 12 23 .567 73

Steve Pelluer (1980-83)

1983 Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year; 1983 Pac-10 Conference Medalist
1983 All-Coast First Team
Ended eight-year NFL career in 1991, went on to play two years in the World League
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1980 3-0 6 2 24 0 0 .000 0
1981 12-10 263 125 1280 9 9 .475 69
1982
10-8 200 113 1248 10 10 .565 47
1983 12-12 357 232 2365 11 8 .650 70
Totals 37-30 826 472 4917 30 27 .571 70

100

Tom Flick (1976-80)

Set UW single-game completion pct. record against Arizona in 1980 (16-17, .941)
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1976 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 16
1977
Red-Shirted Season
1978
7-1 29 19 198 4 4 .655 38
1979
10-6 122 71 852 6 6 .582 46
1980 12-12 319 191 2460 15 13 .599 84
Totals 30-19 471 281 3510 25 23 .597 84

Warren Moon (1975-77)

1977 Pac-10 Co-Player of the Year and 1978 Rose Bowl MVP
1984 Husky Hall of Fame Inductee, 1997 Rose Bowl Hall of Fame Inductee
Led Edmonton Eskimos to a record five - consecutive Grey Cup titles
Played 17 seasons in the NFL, MVP of 1998 Pro Bowl
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1975
8-6 122 48 587 2 2 .390 78
1976
11-11 175 81 1106 6
8 .463
50
1977 12-12 222 125 1772 12 9 .563 54
Totals 31-29 519 254 3465 20 19 .489 78

Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)

1970 Touchdown Club of Ohios Sammy Baugh Trophy Winner


Featured on the cover of the October 4, 1971 issue of Sports Illustrated
1985 Husky Hall of Fame Inductee
Played two seasons in the WFL
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1970
10-9 362 186 2303 15 22 .514
1971 11-11 297 126 2068 13 18 .424
1972
7-7 152 73 1125 7 11 .480
Totals 28-27 811 385 5496 35 51 .475
-

Bob Schloredt (1958-60)

1959 All-American, All-Coast and All-Conference


Featured on the cover of the October 3, 1960 Sports Illustrated
1960 & 1961 Rose Bowl MVP
1981 Husky Hall of Fame Inductee
1989 National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame Inductee
Played two seasons in the WFL and two seasons in the CFL
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1958
- 18 7 56 0 2 .389 1959
- 82 43 835 6 2 .524 53
1960
- 30 15 304 4 2 .500 Totals
- 130 65 1195 10
6 .500
53

Don Heinrich (1949-52)

1950 & 1952 All-American


Finished ninth in the 1952 Heisman Trophy balloting
1981 Husky Hall of Fame Inductee
1987 National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame Inductee
In six NFL seasons, led the NY Giants to three title games and the 1956
Championship
Passing
G-S Att. Comp. Yds. TD Int. Pct.
LG
1949
10-7 119 64 899 6 7 .538
1950 10-10 221 134 1846 14 9 .604
1951
Did Not Play
1952 10-10 270 137 1647 13 17 .507 80
Totals 30-27 610 335 4392 33 33 .549 80

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Washington Record Book Individual Receiving


Receptions
Career
Season
Game

243, Reggie Williams, 2001-03


94, Reggie Williams, 2002
15, Braxton Cleman vs. USC, 2002

Receptions Per Game


Career (Min. 18 games): 6.57, Reggie Williams 2001-03 (243 rec., 37 games)
Season (Min. 9 games): 7.4, Reggie Williams, 2003 (89 rec., 12 games)
Receiving Yards
Career
3,598, Reggie Williams, 2001-03
Season
1,454, Reggie Williams, 2002
Game
257, Dave Williams vs. UCLA, 1965
Receiving Yards Per Game
Career (Min. 18 games): 97.2, Reggie Williams, 2001-03 (3,598 yds., 37 games)
Season (Min. 9 games): 111.8, Reggie Williams, 2002 (1,494 yds., 13 games)
Receiving Yards Per Catch
Career (Min. 50 receptions): 23.6, Spider Gaines, 1975-78 (1,651 yds., 70 rec.)
Season (Min. 30 receptions): 23.4, Tom Scott, 1971 (820 yds., 35 rec.)
Game (Min. 4 receptions): 39.0, Jerome Pathon, 1997 vs. Nebraska (195 yds., 5 rec.)
Touchdown Receptions
Career
30, Mario Bailey, 1988-91
Season
18, Mario Bailey, 1991
Game
4, Jermaine Kearse vs. Oregon State, 2010
Receptions by a Tight End
Career
146, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 2011-13
Season
69, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 2012
Game
10, Dave Williams vs. UCLA, 1965; vs. Stanford, 1965
Receiving Yards by a Tight End
Career
1,838, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 2011-13
Season
850, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 2012
Receiving Yards Per Catch by a Tight End
Career (Min. 20 receptions): 18.3, Dave Williams, 1964-66
Season (Min. 10 receptions): 21.6, Reginald Brown, 1973
Touchdown Receptions by a Tight End
Career
21, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 2011-13
Season
10, Dave Williams, 1965
Receptions by a Running Back
Career
143, Vince Weathersby, 1986-88
Season
49, Vince Weathersby, 1985
Game
15, Braxton Cleman vs. USC, 2002
Two 100-Yard Receivers in One Game
Names
Reggie Williams and Patrick Reddick
Paul Arnold and Patrick Reddick
Dane Looker and Reggie Davis
Mario Bailey and Orlando McKay
Brian Slater and Darryl Franklin
Paul Skansi and Aaron Williams

Yards Opponent
116/105
California, 2002
138/102
Arizona, 2001
108/110
Arizona State, 1998
108/105
Oregon, 1991
165/116
Pacific, 1987
113/110
USC, 1979

Receptions

Game
Name
Rec.
1. Braxton Cleman
15
2. Reggie Williams
14
3. Reggie Williams
13
4. Reggie Williams
12
Dane Looker
12
6. Reggie Williams
11
Dane Looker
11
Jim Krieg
11
Jim Cope
11
10. nine players tied;
10
most recent: Jaydon Mickes
Season
Name
1. Reggie Williams (2002)
2. Reggie Williams (2003)
3. Kasen Williams (2012)
4. Jerome Pathon (1997)
5. Dane Looker (1998)
6. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2012)
7. Mario Bailey (1991)
8. Jaydon Mickens (2013)
9. Jermaine Kearse (2010)
10. Jaydon Mickens (2014)
DAndre Goodwin (2008)
Reggie Williams (2001)
Paul Skansi (1982)
14. Charles Frederick (2003)
15. Andre Riley (1989)

Opponent
USC, 2002
Oregon, 2002
Arizona, 2003
Washington St., 2002
USC, 1998
Washington St., 2001
Arizona State, 1998
USC, 1970
USC, 1966
California, 2014

Rec.
94
89
77
73
72
69
68
65
63
60
60
60
60
59
57

Career
Name (Years)
1. Reggie Williams (2001-03)
2. Jaydon Mickens (2012-15)
3. Jermaine Kearse (2008-11)
4. Kasen Williams (2011-14)
5. Paul Skansi (1979-82)
6. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13)
7. Vince Weathersby (1985-88)
8. Mario Bailey (1988-91)
9. Jerome Pathon (1995-97)
10. Devin Aguilar (2008-11)
11. Anthony Russo (2004-07)
12. Charles Frederick (2001-04)
13. Sonny Shackelford (2003-06)
14. Anthony Allen (1979-82)
15. Kasen Williams (2011-12)

Rec.
243
195
180
162
161
146
143
141
138
131
122
121
119
118
113

Yds. Avg.
1,454
15.5
1,109
12.5
878
11.4
1,299
17.8
762
10.6
850
12.3
1,163
17.1
688
10.6
1,005
16.0
617
10.3
692
11.5
1,035
17.3
718
12.0
831
14.1
1,071
18.8

TD
11
8
6
8
5
7
18
5
12
4
1
3
3
5
5

Yds. Avg.
3,598
14.8
2,092
10.7
2,871
15.9
1,915
11.8
1,992
12.4
1,838
12.6
1,048
7.3
2,306
16.4
2,275
16.5
1,802
13.8
1,944
15.9
1,735
14.3
1,648
13.8
1,693
14.3
1,305
11.5

TD
22
12
29
15
15
21
2
30
17
13
9
8
10
14
12

Receptions Per Game


Season (Min. 9 games)

Name

1.
Reggie Williams

2.
Reggie Williams

3.
Dane Looker

4.
Jerome Pathon

5.
Kasen Williams

6.
Mario Bailey

7.
Jim Krieg

8.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins

9.
Jaydon Mickens

DAndre Goodwin

Reggie Williams

Paul Skansi

Anthony Allen

14.
Charles Frederick

15.
Jermaine Kearse

Year
Rec.
Gms. Avg.
2003 89 12 7.4
2002 94 13 7.2
1998 72 11 6.5
1997 73 12 6.1
2012 77 13 5.9
1991 68 12 5.7
1970 54 10 5.4
2012 69 13 5.3
2013 65 13 5.0
2008 60 12 5.0
2001 60 12 5.0
1982 60 12 5.0
1982 50 10 5.0
2003 59 12 4.9
2010 63 13 4.8

101

Career (Min. 18 games)

Name
1. Reggie Williams (2001-03)
2. Dane Looker (1998-99)
3. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13)
4. Jerome Pathon (1995-97)
5. Mario Bailey (1988-91)
6. Jim Krieg (1970-71)
7. Jaydon Mickens (2012-15)
8. Paul Skansi (1979-82)
9. Jermaine Kearse (2008-11)
10. Kasen Williams (2011-14)

Rec.
243
96
146
138
141
76
195
161
180
162

Yards Per Game

Gms. Avg.
37
6.57
23
4.17
38
3.84
36
3.83
37
3.81
20
3.80
52
3.75
44
3.66
50
3.60
48
3.38

Receiving Yards
Game
Name
1. Dave Williams
2. Andre Riley
3. Charles Frederick
4. Darryl Franklin
5. Reggie Williams
6. Jermaine Kearse
Reggie Williams
8. Jerome Pathon
Jim Cope
10. Craig Chambers

Yds.
257
223
216
209
203
198
198
195
195
189

Season
Name
1. Reggie Williams (2002)
2. Jerome Pathon (1997)
3. Mario Bailey (1991)
4. Reggie Williams (2003)
5. Andre Riley (1989)
6. Reggie Williams (2001)
7. Jermaine Kearse (2010)
8. Kasen Williams (2012)
9. Jermaine Kearse (2009)
10. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2012)
11. Charles Frederick (2003)
12. Tom Scott (1971)
13. Lonzell Hill (1986)
14. Dave Williams (1965)
15. Fred Coleman (1997)

Opponent
UCLA, 1965
Arizona State, 1989
Oregon State, 2003
Stanford, 1987
Washington State, 2001
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Oregon, 2002
Nebraska, 1997
USC, 1966
California, 2004

Rec.
94
73
68
89
57
60
63
77
50
69
59
35
48
38
47

Yds. Avg.
1,454
15.5
1,299
17.8
1,163
17.1
1,109
12.5
1,071
18.8
1,035
17.3
1,005
16.0
878
11.4
866
17.2
850
12.3
831
14.1
820
23.4
798
16.6
795
20.9
791
16.8

TD
11
8
18
8
5
3
12
6
8
7
5
6
8
10
9

Career
Name (Years)
Rec.
1. Reggie Williams (2001-03)
243
2. Jermaine Kearse (2008-11)
180
3. Mario Bailey (1988-91)
141
4. Jerome Pathon (1995-97)
138
5. Jaydon Mickens (2012-15)
195
6. Paul Skansi (1979-82)
161
7. Anthony Russo (2004-07)
122
8. Scott Phillips (1973-76)
111
9. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13) 146
10. Devin Aguilar (2008-11)
131
11. Lonzell Hill (1983-86)
112
12. Charles Frederick (2001-04)
121
13. Brian Slater (1985-88)
90
14. Fred Coleman (1994-97)
110
15. Kasen Williams (2011-13)
162

Yds. Avg.
3,598
14.8
2,871
15.9
2,306
16.4
2,275
16.5
2,092
10.7
1,992
12.4
1,944
15.9
1,866
16.8
1,838
12.6
1,802
13.8
1,766
15.8
1,735
14.3
1,731
19.2
1,727
15.7
1,915
11.8

TD
22
29
30
17
12
15
9
8
21
13
16
8
16
14
15

102

Season (Min. 9 games)


Name
Year
Rec.
Yds.
Gms. Avg.

1.
Reggie Williams 2002 94 1,454 13 111.8

2.
Jerome Pathon 1997 73 1,299 12 108.3

3.
Mario Bailey 1991 68
1,163 12
96.9

4.
Reggie Williams
2003 89
1,109 12
92.4

5.
Andre Riley 1989 57
1,071 12
89.3

6.
Reggie Williams
2001 60
1,035 12
86.3

7.
Dave Williams 1965 38 795 10
79.5

8.
Jermaine Kearse
2010 63
1,005 13
77.3

9.
Tom Scott
1971 35 820 11
74.5

10.
Jim Krieg
1970 54 738 10
73.8

11.
Jermaine Kearse
2009 50 866 12
72.2

12.
Anthony Allen 1982 50 710 10
71.0

13.
Eric Bjornson 1994 49 770 11
70.0

14.
Charles Frederick
2003 59 831 12
69.3

Dane Looker 1998 72 762 11
69.3
Career (Min. 18 games)
Name
1. Reggie Williams (2001-03)
2. Brian Slater (1985-88)
3. Jerome Pathon (1995-97)
4. Mario Bailey (1988-91)
5. Spider Gaines (1975-78)
6. Jim Krieg (1970-71)
7. Jermaine Kearse (2008-11)
8. Anthony Allen (1979-80)
9. Dane Looker (1998-99)
10. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13)

Rec.
243
90
138
141
70
76
180
118
96
146

Yds.
3,598
1,731
2,275
2,306
1,651
1,220
2,871
1,693
1,121
1,838

Gms. Avg.
37
97.2
27
64.1
36
63.2
37
62.3
27
61.1
20
61.0
50
57.4
34
49.8
23
48.7
38
48.4

Yards Per Reception

Game (Min. 4 receptions)


Name Avg. (Nos.)
1. Jermaine Kearse 39.6 (5-198)
2. Jerome Pathon 39.0 (5-195)
3. Roland Kirkby
36.8 (5-184)
4. Jason Shelley 35.5 (4-142)
5. Dave Williams 35.4 (5-177)
6. Fred Coleman
35.25 (4-141)
7. Al Maurer
35.0 (4-140)
8. Andre Riley
34.3 (4-137)
9. George Black
34.0 (4-136)
10. Reggie Williams 33.5 (4-134)

Opponent
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Nebraska, 1997
Kansas State, 1950
San Jose St., 1993
Oregon, 1965
Arizona, 1996
Stanford, 1970
Purdue, 1989
Utah, 1953
Michigan, 2001

Season (Min. 30 receptions)


Name
Year Rec. Yds. Avg.
1. Tom Scott
1971
35
820
23.4
2. Spider Gaines
1977
34
782
23.0
3. Scott Phillips
1974
34
716
21.0
4. Dave Williams
1965
38
795
20.9
5. Marcel Reece
2007
39
761
19.5
6. Brian Slater
1988
38
737
19.4
7. Brian Slater
1987
40
755
18.9
8. Andre Riley
1989
57 1,071
18.8
9. Jerome Pathon 1997
73 1,299
17.8
10. Jermaine Kearse 2009
50
866
17.3
11. Reggie Williams 2001
60 1,035
17.3
12. Anthony Russo
2006
32
552
17.2
13. Mario Bailey
1991
68 1,163
17.1
Mario Bailey
1990
42
720
17.1
15. Fred Coleman
1997
47
791
16.8

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Career (Min. 50 receptions)


Name
1. Spider Gaines (1975-78)
2. Brian Slater (1985-88)
3. Andre Riley (1986-89)
4. Dave Williams (1964-66)
5. Scott Phillips (1973-76)
6. Aaron Williams (1979-82)
7. Jerome Pathon (1995-97)
8. Mario Bailey (1989-91)
9. Jim Krieg (1970-71)
10. Jermaine Kearse (2008-11)
11. Anthony Russo (2004-07)
12. Lonzell Hill (1983-86)
13. Fred Coleman (1994-97)
14. John Brady (1970-72)
15. Darryl Franklin (1984-87)

Rec.
70
90
62
62
111
86
138
141
76
180
122
112
110
67
97

Yds. Avg.
1,651 23.6
1,731 19.2
1,151 18.6
1,133 18.3
1,866 16.8
1,428 16.6
2,275 16.5
2,306 16.4
1,220 16.1
2,871 16.0
1,944 15.9
1,766 15.8
1,727 15.7
1,040 15.5
1,467 15.1

Touchdown Receptions

Game
Name
No. Opponent
1. Jermaine Kearse 4 Oregon State, 2010
2. Jermaine Kearse 3 Syracuse, 2010
Reggie Williams
3 Oregon, 2002
Reggie Williams
3 Arizona, 2002
Mario Bailey
3 Oregon State, 1991
Mario Bailey
3 Toledo, 1991
Brian Slater
3 USC, 1988
Brian Slater
3 Washington State, 1986
Al Maurer
3 Stanford, 1970
Dave Williams
3 UCLA, 1965
Roland Kirkby
3 Kansas State, 1950
Season

Name
1. Mario Bailey
2. Jermaine Kearse
3. Reggie Williams
4. Dave Williams
5. Fred Coleman
Anthony Allen
7. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
Jermaine Kearse
Marcel Reece
Reggie Williams
Jerome Pathon
Mario Bailey
Lonzell Hill
Lonzell Hill
15. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
Sonny Shackelford
Jerome Pathon
Eric Bjornson
Brian Slater
Spider Gaines
George Black

Year TDs
1991
18
2010
12
2002
11
1965
10
1997
9
1982
9
2013
8
2009
8
2007
8
2003
8
1997
8
1990
8
1986
8
1985
8
2012
7
2006
7
1996
7
1994
7
1988
7
1977
7
1952
7

Career
Name
1. Mario Bailey (1988-91)
2. Jermaine Kearse (2008-11)
3. Reggie Williams (2001-03)
4. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13)
5. Jerome Pathon (1995-97)
Spider Gaines (1975-78)
7. Lonzell Hill (1983-86)
Brian Slater (1985-88)
9. Kasen Williams (2011-13)
10. Paul Skansi (1979-82)
11. Anthony Allen (1979-82)
Fred Coleman (1994-97)
13. Devin Aguilar (2008-11)
Orlando McKay (1988-91)
Aaron Williams (1979-82)

TDs
30
29
22
21
17
17
16
16
15
15
14
14
13
13
13

Receptions by Tight End

Game

Name
No. Opponent
1. Dave Williams
10 UCLA, 1965
Dave Williams
10 Stanford, 1965
3. Austin Seferian-Jenkins 9 San Diego State, 2012
Jerramy Stevens
9 Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
5. Austin Seferian-Jenkins 8 Arizona, 2012
Austin Seferian-Jenkins 8 California, 2012
Jerramy Stevens
8 Arizona, 2000
8. Austin Seferian-Jenkins 7 Utah, 2012
Jerramy Stevens
7 Colorado, 2000
Jerramy Stevens
7 Miami, 2000
Mark Bruener
7 California, 1993
Season

Name
1. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
2. Jerramy Stevens
3. Kevin Ware
David Bayle
5. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
6. Bill Ames
7. Dave Williams
8. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
Rod Jones
10. Mark Bruener
Rod Jones
12. Joshua Perkins
13. Mark Bruener
Aaron Pierce
John Brady

Year No.
2012
69
2000
48
2002
42
1980
42
2011
41
1989
39
1965
38
2013
36
1985
36
1994
34
1986
34
2015
33
1993
30
1991
30
1972
30

Career
Name (Years)
1. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13)
2. Mark Bruener (1991-94)
3. Jerramy Stevens (1999-01)
4. Rod Jones (1984-86)
5. John Brady (1970-72)
6. Joshua Perkins (2012-15)
7. David Williams (1964-66)
8. David Bayle (1979-80)
9. Aaron Pierce (1988-91)
10. Bill Ames (1987-89)

No.
146
95
88
81
67
63
62
59
58
57

103

Receiving Yards by a Tight End

Season
Name
1. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
2. Dave Williams
3. Jerramy Stevens
4. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
5. Kevin Ware
6. Joshua Perkins
7. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
John Brady
9. Mark Bruener
Ernie Conwell

Year
2012
1965
2000
2011
2002
2015
2013
1972
1993
1995

Rec.
69
38
43
41
42
33
36
30
30
24

Yds.
850
795
651
538
475
470
450
450
414
414

Career
Name (Years)
Rec.
1. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13) 146
2. Dave Williams (1964-66)
62
3. Jerramy Stevens (1999-2001)
88
4. Mark Bruener (1991-94)
95
5. John Brady (1970-72)
67
6. Joshua Perkins (2012-15)
63
7. Cameron Cleeland (1994-97)
55
8. Ernie Conwell (1992-95)
51
9. Scott Greenwood (1976-78)
48
10. Rod Jones (1984-86)
81

Yds.
1,838
1,133
1,113
1,102
1,040
842
824
802
753
743

Touchdown Receptions by a Tight End

Career
Name (Years)
1. Austin Seferian-Jenkins (2011-13)
2. John Brady (1970-72)
Dave Williams (1964-66)
4. Joshua Perkins (2012-15
Jerramy Stevens (1999-2001)
6. Joshua Perkins (2012-14)
Cameron Cleeland (1994-97)
Ernie Conwell (1992-95)
Aaron Pierce (1988-91)
10. Rod Jones (1984-86)
Kevin Ware (1999-02)
Mark Bruener (1991-94)

TD
21
10
10
9
9
6
6
6
6
5
5
5

Receptions by a Running Back

Game
Name
No. Opponent
1. Braxton Cleman
15 USC, 2002
2. Dwayne Washington 7 Boise State, 2015
Rich Alexis
7 Wyoming, 2002
Braxton Cleman
7 California, 2002
Paul Arnold
7 Oregon State, 2000
Leon Neal
7 Ohio State, 1995
Vince Weathersby 7 Washington State, 1985
Vince Weathersby 7 Oregon, 1985
Vince Weathersby 7 Houston, 1985
Season (since 1950)
Name
1. Greg Lewis
2. Vince Weathersby
3. Bishop Sankey
Bo Cornell
Vince Weathersby
6. Chris Polk
Vince Weathersby
8. Vince Weathersby
Darrell Downey
10. Bill Earley
11. Bishop Sankey
Bill Earley
13. Rich Alexis
Braxton Cleman
Pete Taggares

104

Year
1989
1985
2012
1970
1987
2011
1986
1988
1970
1952
2013
1950
2002
2002
1972

Rec.
51
49
33
33
33
31
31
30
30
29
28
28
27
27
27

Career
Name
1. Vince Weathersby
2. Bill Earley
3. Greg Lewis
4. Chris Polk
5. Bishop Sankey
Napoleon Kaufman
7. Joe Steele
8. Rich Alexis
9. Jim Cope
Rashaan Shehee

Years No.
1986-88
143
1950-52
83
1987-90
87
2008-11
79
2011-13
67
1991-94
67
1976-79
63
2000-03
53
1966-68
50
1994-97
50

Longest Reception (50+Yards)



Name
1. Marcel Reece
2. John Ross
3. Reggie Williams
4. Charles Frederick
5. John Ross
Cody Ellis
7. Willie Rosborough
8. Anthony Russo
Todd Elstrom
Corey Dillon
Dwayne Washington
Jermaine Kearse
DAndre Goodwin
Reggie Williams
Harrison Wood
Jim Houston/Corky Lewis*
George Black
Merle Miller
A. DeSaussure/D. Janoski#
Marvin Hall
Paul Arnold
Spider Gaines
Craig Chambers
Hugh McElhenny
Andre Riley
John Ross
Patrick Reddick
Richard Thomas
Ken Conley
Reggie Williams
Charles Frederick
Reggie Williams
Spider Gaines
Mark Pattison
Scott Phillips
Spider Gaines
Tom Scott
Larry Dumas
Mario Bailey
Kevin Smith
Chris Polk
Reggie Williams
Mario Bailey
Danny Greene
Dave Williams
Marcel Reece
Craig Chambers
Marlon Wood
Orlando McKay
Andre Riley
Anthony Allen
Aaron Williams
George Black
Darrell Daniels
Jaydon Mickens
Theron Hill
Dennis Brimhall
Gerald Harris
Greg Lewis
Jermaine Kearse
Paul Arnold
Chris Juergens
Mark Bruener
Tom Scott
Sonny Shackelford

Yards Opponent
98 (TD)
Arizona, 2007
91 (TD)
Hawaii, 2014
89 (TD)
San Jose State, 2002
87 (TD)
Oregon State, 2003
86 (TD)
California, 2014
86 (TD)
Oregon State, 2007
84 (TD)
Air Force, 1980
83 (TD)
Oregon, 2007
83 (TD)
California, 1999
83 (TD)
San Jose State, 1996
81 (TD)
Utah State, 2015
80 (TD)
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
80 (TD)
California, 2010
80 (TD)
Arizona, 2002
80 (TD)
Air Force, 1967
80 (TD)
USC, 1955
80 (TD)
UCLA, 1952
80 (TD)
Washington State, 1937
79 (TD)
Arizona State, 1995
78 (TD)
Sacramento State, 2015
78 (TD)
Arizona, 2001
78 (TD)
Washington State, 1975
77 (TD)
California, 2004
77 (TD)
Illinois, 1951
76
Purdue, 1989
75 (TD)
Illinois, 2014
75 (TD)
Arizona, 2001
75 (TD)
Miami, 1994
75 (TD)
Washington State, 1973
74 (TD)
Stanford, 2003
74 (TD)
Idaho, 2002
74
Michigan, 2001
74 (TD)
Alabama, 1978
73 (TD)
Michigan, 1984
73 (TD)
Duke, 1973
72 (TD)
USC, 1978
72
UCLA, 1972
72 (TD)
California, 1971
71 (TD)
Kansas State, 1991
70 (TD)
Arizona State, 2013
70 (TD)
California, 2011
70 (TD)
Indiana, 2003
70 (TD)
Toledo, 1991
70 (TD)
UCLA, 1983
70 (TD)
Oregon, 1965
69 (TD)
Washington state, 2006
69 (TD)
Arizona, 2005
69
Notre Dame, 2005
69 (TD)
Washington State, 1991
69 (TD)
Arizona State, 1989
69 (TD)
Kansas State, 1981
69 (TD)
Navy, 1980
69 (TD)
Utah, 1953
68 (TD)
Oregon State, 2014
68 (TD)
California, 2013
68 (TD)
Oregon State, 1992
68 (TD)
California, 1971
67 (TD)
Arizona State, 1996
67
USC, 1990
66 (TD)
Washington State, 2010
66 (TD)
UCLA, 2002
66
Oregon, 1998
66 (TD)
Stanford, 1993
66 (TD)
UCLA, 1971
65 (TD)
Washington State, 2005

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2015 ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

Dan Roberson
Mike McCluskey
Roland Kirkby
Hugh McElhenny
Cody Ellis
Jason Shelley
Lonzell Hill
Pete Taggares
Marcel Reece
Anthony Russo
Reggie Williams
Reggie Davis
Lonzell Hill
Dev Gossett
Jermaine Kearse
Paul Arnold
Ralph Bayard
Anthony Russo
Jermaine Kearse
Devin Aguilar
Jerramy Stevens
Brian Slater
Ira Hammon
Hugh McElhenny
Marcel Reece
Reggie Williams
Spider Gaines
Carl Wojciechowski
Jim Cope
Dick Payseno
Bill Earley
John Ross
Jermaine Kearse
Shelton Sampson
Scott Phillips
Wayne Moses
Darrell Downey
Mike Monroe
Anthony Russo
Sonny Shackelford
Greg Lewis
Gordy Bronson
Eddie King
Scott Krieg
Dave Williams
John Ross
Quintin Daniels
Joe Jarzynka
Scott Fitzgerald
Jaydon Mickens
Jerome Pathon
Jason Shelley
Brian Slater
Spider Gaines
Dave Williams
Joshua Perkins
Kevin Smith
Kasen Williams
DAndre Goodwin
Andre DeSaussure
Jerome Pathon
Brian Slater
Don McKeta
James Johnson
Sonny Shackelford
Reggie Williams
Chris Juergens
Eric Bjornson
Jason Shelley
Spider Gaines
Bo Cornell
Johri Fogerson
Cody Ellis
Anthony Russo
Charles Frederick
Dane Looker
Jerome Pathon
Eric Bjornson
Spider Gaines
Marvin Hall
Jermaine Kearse

65 (TD)
65 (TD)
65 (TD)
65 (TD)
64 (TD)
64 (TD)
64 (TD)
64 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
63 (TD)
62
62 (TD)
62 (TD)
61
60
59
59
59
59 (TD)
59 (TD)
58 (TD)
58
58 (TD)
58
58 (TD)
58 (TD)
58 (TD)
57 (TD)
57 (TD)
57
57
57
57 (TD)
57 (TD)
56
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
56 (TD)
55 (TD)
55 (TD)
55 (TD)
55
54 (TD)
54
54
54 (TD)
54 (TD)
54 (TD)
53
53
53
53
53
53 (TD)
53
53
52
52
52 (TD)
52 (TD)
52 (TD)
52 (TD)
52
52 (TD)
51
51
51
51 (TD)
51
51
51 (TD)
51 (TD)
50
50 (TD)

UCLA, 1969
Oregon State, 1956
Kansas State, 1950
California, 1951
Washington State, 2006
Michigan, 1993 Rose Bowl
Arizona State, 1985
Washington State, 1972
Washington State, 2007
UCLA, 2007
Oregon, 2003
Arizona State, 1998
Oregon State, 1986
Stanford, 1946
Arizona, 2008
California, 2001
Washington State, 1969
Arizona State, 2005
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Hawaii, 2011
Oregon, 2000
Oregon, 1987
Michigan State, 1970
UCLA, 1951
Boise State, 2007
Washington St., 2001
Alabama, 1978
Idaho, 1968
USC, 1966
Colorado, 1957
Oregon, 1952
Idaho State 2013
Syracuse, 2010
Arizona, 2004
Cincinnati, 1974
Syracuse, 1973
Navy, 1970
Colorado, 1953
Oregon State, 2006
California, 2005
California, 1990
Oregon State, 1975
Duke, 1973
Texas Christian, 1971
UCLA, 1965
Eastern Washington, 2014
Arizona, 2006
Washington State, 1999
Stanford, 1988
Oregon State, 2014
Nebraska, 1997
San Jose State, 1993
USC, 1988
Minnesota, 1977
Washington State, 1965
Utah, 2015
USC, 2011
Oregon, 2011
Arizona State, 2008
UCLA, 1998
San Diego State, 1997
Arizona State, 1987
Oregon State, 1959
Nebraska, 2011
Oregon State, 2004
Nevada, 2003
BYU, 1998
USC, 1994
San Jose State, 1993
UCLA, 1977
Stanford, 1970
LSU, 2009
California, 2007
Oklahoma, 2006
Michigan, 2002
Utah State, 1998
Stanford, 1995
Oregon, 1994
Syracuse, 1977
UCLA, 2013
Washington State, 2009

Sonny Shackelford
50
Arizona, 2006
Andre Riley
50
Arizona, 1989
Sterling Hill
50 (TD)
Washington State, 1985
Spider Gaines
50 (TD)
Minnesota, 1976
Tom Scott
50 (TD)
UCLA, 1971
Dave Williams
50 (TD)
UCLA, 1965
Fritz Apking
50 (TD)
UCLA, 1950
* - Houston lateraled to Lewis, who went final 55 yards;
# - Janoski ran 55 yards with recovered fumble.

Longest Non-Scoring Reception


Name
1. Andre Riley
2. Reggie Williams
3. Tom Scott
4. Marlon Wood
5. Greg Lewis
6. Chris Juergens
7. Jermaine Kearse
8. Anthony Russo
9. Jermaine Kearse
9. Devin Aguilar
Jerramy Stevens
Brian Slater

Yards
76
74
72
69
67
66
62
61
60
59
59
59

Opponent
Purdue, 1989
Michigan, 200
UCLA, 1972
Notre Dame, 2005
USC, 1990
Oregon, 1998
Arizona, 2008
Arizona State, 2005
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Hawaii, 2011
Oregon, 2000
Oregon, 1987

Most Long Receptions (50-plus yards)


Season

Name
No.
Year
1. John Ross
4
2014
Dave Williams
4
1965
3. Marcel Reece
3
2007
Reggie Williams
3
2003
Andre Riley
3
1989
Spider Gaines
3
1978
Spider Gains
3
1977
Hugh McElhenny
3
1951
9. Jermaine Kearse
2
2011
Jermaine Kearse
2
2010
Anthony Russo
2
2006
Sonny Shackelford 2
2005

Charles Frederick 2 2002
Reggie Williams
2 2002
Paul Arnold
2
2001
Reggie Williams
2
2001
Jerome Pathon
2
1997
Chris Juergens
2
1998
Brian Slater
2
1987
Eric Bjornson
2
1994
Jason Shelley
2
1993
Mario Bailey
2
1991
Greg Lewis
2
1990
Tom Scott
2
1971
Career

Name No.
1. Spider Gaines
8
2. Reggie Williams
7
3. Jermaine Kearse
6
4. John Ross
5
5. Dave Williams
4
6. Anthony Russo
3
Sonny Shackelford
3
Charles Frederick
3
Paul Arnold
3
Jerome Pathon
3
Jason Shelley
3
Andre Riley
3
Brian Slater
3
Hugh McElhenny
3

105

Yearly Receiving Leaders

Year Name
2015
Jaydon Mickens
2014
Jaydon Mickens
2013
Jaydon Mickens
2012
Kasen Williams
2011
Jermaine Kearse
2010
Jermaine Kearse
2009
Jermaine Kearse
2008
DAndre Goodwin
2007
Anthony Russo
2006
Sonny Shackelford
2005
Sonny Shackelford
2004
Sonny Shackelford
2003
Reggie Williams
2002
Reggie Williams
2001
Reggie Williams
2000
Todd Elstrom
1999
Chris Juergens
1998
Dane Looker
1997
Jerome Pathon
1996
Jerome Pathon
1995
Dave Janoski
1994
Eric Bjornson
1993
Mark Bruener
1992
Joe Kralik
1991
Mario Bailey
1990
Mario Bailey
1989
Andre Riley
1988
Brian Slater
1987
Darryl Franklin
1986
Lonzell Hill
1985
Lonzell Hill
1984
Danny Greene
1983
Mark Pattison
1982
Paul Skansi
1981
Anthony Allen
1980
David Bayle
1979
Paul Skansi
1978
Keith Richardson
1977
Spider Gaines
1976
Scott Phillips
1975
Scott Phillips
1974
Scott Phillips
1973
Walter Oldes
1972
John Brady
1971
Tom Scott
1970
Jim Krieg
1969
Ralph Bayard
1968
Harrison Wood
1967
Jim Cope
1966
Jim Cope
1965
Dave Williams
1964
Gary Carr
1963
Dave Kopay
1962
Charlie Mitchell
1961
Lee Bernhardi
1960
Pat Claridge
1959
Lee Folkins
1958
Luther Carr
1957
Bruce Claridge
1956
Dean Derby
1955
Jim Houston
1954
Corky Lewis
1953
Jim Warsinske
1952
George Black
1951
Doug McClary
1950
Bill Earley
1949
Joe Cloidt
1948
Chuck Olson
1942-1947
1941
Earl Younglove
1940
Don Means
1939
Jay MacDowell
1938
Jay MacDowell
1937*
Merle Miller

No. Yds. Avg.


50
597
11.9
60
617
10.3
65
689
10.6
77
878
11.4
47
699
14.9
63
1,005
16.0
50
866
17.3
60
692
11.5
49
766
15.6
50
666
13.3
41
592
14.4
21
298
14.2
89
1,109
12.5
94
1,454
15.5
60
1,035
17.3
51
707
13.9
45
539
12.0
72
762
10.6
73
1,299
17.8
46
714
15.5
40
657
16.4
49
770
15.7
30
414
13.8
35
503
14.4
68
1,163
17.1
42
720
17.1
57
1,071
18.8
38
737
19.4
47
773
16.4
48
798
16.6
50
744
14.9
33
492
14.9
44
455
10.3
60
718
12.0
34
457
13.4
42
360
8.6
36
430
11.9
24
330
13.8
34
782
23.0
26
348
13.4
33
433
13.1
34
716
21.0
27
450
16.7
30
450
15.0
35
820
23.4
54
738
13.7
13
290
22.3
17
250
14.7
20
284
14.2
25
379
15.1
38
795
20.9
14
190
13.6
13
190
14.6
9
108
12.0
5
137
27.4
13
252
19.4
12
214
17.8
14
238
17.0
7
92
13.1
9
97
10.8
16
149
9.3
21
250
11.9
21
255
12.1
42
637
15.2
29
343
11.8
28
473
16.9
23
325
14.1
17
120
7.1
Statistics unavailable
7
109
15.6
9
84
9.3
12
230
25.6
8
139
17.4
7
193
27.6

TD
2
4
6
6
7
12
8
1
5
7
2
1
8
11
3
4
1
5
8
7
2
7
3
3
18
8
5
7
4
8
8
4
2
3
2
2
5
2
7
2
1
2
3
3
6
2
2
2
2
3
10
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
2
0
7
3
3
0
0

Yearly Longest Reception

Year Yards
Player vs. Opponent
2015 81 (td)
Dwayne Washington (from Browning) vs. Utah State
2014 91 (td)
John Ross (from Lindquist) at Hawaii
2013 70 yards (td)
Kevin Smith (from Price) at Arizona State
2012 47 yards
Jaydon Mickens (from Price) vs. Utah
2011 80 yards (td)
Jermaine Kearse (from Price) vs. Baylor
2010 80 yards (td)
DAndre Goodwin (from Locker) at California
2009 51 yards
Johri Fogerson (from Locker) vs. LSU
2008 62 yards
Jermaine Kearse (from Fouch) at Arizona
2007 98 yards (td)
Marcel Reece (from Locker) vs. Arizona
2006 69 yards (td)
Marcel Reece (from Bonnell) vs. Washington State
2005 69 yards (td)
Craig Chambers (from Stanback) vs. Arizona
2004 77 yards (td)
Craig Chambers (from Paus) vs. California
2003 87 yards (td)
Charles Frederick (from Pickett) vs. Oregon State
2002 89 yards (td)
Reggie Williams (from Pickett) vs. SJSU
2001 78 yards (td)
Paul Arnold (from Pickett) vs. Arizona
2000 59 yards
Jerramy Stevens (from Tuiasosopo) at Oregon
1999 83 yards (td)
Todd Elstrom (from Tuiasosopo) vs. California
1998 66 yards
Chris Juergens (from B. Huard) vs. Oregon
1997 54 yards
Jerome Pathon (from Tuiasosopo) vs. Nebraska
1996 83 yards (td)
Corey Dillon (from B. Huard) vs. San Jose State
1995 51 yards
Jerome Pathon (from D. Huard) at Stanford
1994 75 yards (td)
Richard Thomas (from D. Huard) at Miami
1993 66 yards (td)
Mark Bruener (from D. Huard) vs. Stanford
1992 68 yards (td)
Theron Hill (from D. Huard) vs. Oregon State
1991 71 yards (td)
Mario Bailey (from Hobert) vs. Kansas State
1990 67 yards
Greg Lewis (from Brunell) vs. USC
1989 76 yards
Andre Riley (from Conklin) vs. Purdue
1988 55 yards
Scott Fitzgerald (from Conklin) vs. Stanford
1987 59 yards
Brian Slater (from Chandler) vs. Oregon
1986 63 yards (td)
Lonzell Hill (from Chandler) vs. Oregon State
1985 64 yards (td)
Lonzell Hill (from Millen) vs. Arizona State
1984 73 yards (td)
Danny Greene (from Millen) vs. Stanford
1983 70 yards (td)
Danny Greene (from Pelluer) vs. UCLA
1982 47 yards
Anthony Allen (from Pelluer) vs. Oregon State
1981 69 yards (td)
Anthony Allen (from Pelluer) vs. Kansas State
1980 84 yards (td)
Willie Rosborough (from Flick) vs. Air Force
1979 46 yards
Aaron Williams (from Flick) vs. USC
1978 74 yards (td)
Spider Gaines (from Porras) vs. Alabama
1977 54 yards (td)
Spider Gaines (from Moon) vs. Minnesota
1976 50 yards (td)
Spider Gaines (from Moon) vs. Minnesota
1975 78 yards (td)
Spider Gaines (from Moon) vs. Washington State
1974 57 yards
Scott Phillips (from Rowland) vs. Cincinnati
1973 75 yards (td)
Ken Conley (from Rowland) vs. Washington State
1972 72 yards
Tom Scott (from Sixkiller) vs. UCLA
1971 72 yards (td)
Larry Dumas (from Collins) vs. California
1970 59 yards (td)
Ira Hammon (from Sixkiller) vs. Michigan State
1969 65 yards (td)
Dan Roberson (from Willis) vs. UCLA
1968 58 yards
Carl Wojciechowski (from Kaloper) vs. Idaho
1967 80 yards (td)
Harrison Wood (from Menke) vs. Air Force
1966 58 yards (td)
Jim Cope (fro Sparlin) vs. USC
1965 70 yards (td)
Dave Williams (from Sparlin) vs. Oregon
1964 28 yards
Ron Medved (from Hullin) at Washington State
1963 53 yards
Dave Kopay (from Douglas) vs. USC
1962 45 yards
Lee Bernhardi (from Siler) vs. Washington State
1961 47 yards
Andy Alkire (from Ohler) vs. Pittsburgh
1960 48 yards
Lee Holkins (from Hivner) vs. Pacific
1959 53 yards
Don McKeta (from Schloredt) vs. Oregon State
1958 37 yards (td)
Luther Carr (from Hivner) vs. Oregon
1957 58 yards (td)
Dick Payseno (from Dunn) vs. Colorado
1956 65 yards (td)
Mike McCluskey (from George) vs. Oregon State
1955 80 yards (td)
Jim Houston (from Roake), lateral to Corky Lewis vs. USC
1954 42 yards
Steve Roake (from Cox), lateral to Fred Robinson
vs. Baylor
1953 69 yards (td)
George Black (from Lederman) vs. Utah
1952 80 yards (td)
George Black (from Heinrich) vs. Stanford
1951 77 yards (td)
Hugh McElhenny (from Mitchell) vs. Illinois

* Figures are for seven P.C.C. games

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Top Single-Game Performances


Yds. Name
257
Dave Williams
223
Andre Riley
216
Charles Frederick
209
Darryl Franklin
203
Reggie Williams
198
Jermaine Kearse
198
Reggie Williams
195
Jerome Pathon
195
Jim Cope
189
Craig Chambers
184
Reggie Williams
184
Roland Kirkby
182
Jerome Pathon
180
Jaydon Mickens
179
Jermaine Kearse
178
Jermaine Kearse
177
Dave Williams
171
Scott Phillips
170
Mario Bailey
169
Reggie Williams
169
Spider Gaines
167
Andre DeSaussure
166
Marcel Reece
165
Brian Slater
164
Jerome Pathon
164
George Black
163
Jerome Pathon
162
Dave Janoski
160
Reggie Williams
159
Bill Earley
157
Mario Bailey
155
Brian Slater
154
Devin Aguilar
152
Austin Seferian-Jenkins
152
Anthony Allen
148
Paul Arnold
148
Spider Gaines
147
Demoreea Stringfellow
147
Jermaine Kearse
146
Jermaine Kearse
146
Brian Slater
145
Brian Slater
145
Jim Krieg
143
Andre Riley
142
Charles Frederick
142
Jason Shelley
142
Brian Slater
142
George Black
141
Fred Coleman
141
Mario Bailey
141
Hugh McElhenny
140
Fred Coleman
140
Al Maurer
140
Anthony Allen
139
Mario Bailey
138
Reggie Williams
138
Paul Arnold
138
Reggie Brown
137
Andre Riley
137
Lonzell Hill
136
DAndre Goodwin
136
Charles Frederick
134
Reggie Williams
134
Reggie Williams
133
Scott Phillips
132
Fred Coleman
132
Paul Skansi
131
Dwayne Washington
131
Devin Aguilar
130
Reggie Williams
130
Anthony Allen
130
Bill Earley
129
Kasen Williams
128
Jerome Pathon
127
Anthony Russo
127
Craig Chambers
126
DAndre Goodwin
126
Mario Bailey
125
Sonny Shackelford
124
Sonny Shackelford
124
Fred Coleman
122
Spider Gaines

Opponent
UCLA
Arizona State
Oregon State
Stanford
Washington State
Baylor
Oregon
Nebraska
USC
California
Arizona
Kansas State
San Diego State
California
Syracuse
Washington State
Oregon
California
Toledo
Washington State
Syracuse
Oregon State
Arizona
Oregon
Oregon
Stanford
BYU
Washington State
San Jose State
Washington State
Kansas State
USC
Arizona State
California
Maryland
UCLA
Alabama
UCLA
California
Oregon State
California
San Jose State
UCLA
USC
Idaho
San Jose State
Purdue
Utah
Arizona
Colorado
California
UCLA
UCLA
Washington State
Arizona State
Stanford
Arizona
California
Purdue
Stanford
Oregon State
California
USC
Michigan
Texas
Arizona
Texas El Paso
Utah State
Hawaii
Oregon
Arizona
USC
Stanford
Stanford
Oregon
Notre Dame
California
Michigan
USC
California
Washington State
Michigan

Year W-L
1965
L
1989
L
2003
W
1987
W
2001
W
2011*
L
2002
W
1997
L
1966
L
2004
L
2002
W
1950
W
1997
W
2013
W
2010
W
2010
W
1965
W
1974
L
1991
W
2002
W
1977
L
1998
W
2007
L
1987
L
1997
W
1952
W
1997
W
1995
W
2002
W
1950
W
1991
W
1988
L
2009
L
2012
W
1982
W
2002
L
1978
L
2013
L
2009
W
2010
W
1988
W
1988
W
1970
W
1989
L
2002
W
1993
W
1987
W
1953
W
1996
W
1990
L
1951
L
1997
L
1970
W
1982
L
1991
W
2003
W
2001
W
1973
L
1989
W
1986
W
2008
L
2003
L
2002
L
2001
W
1974
L
1997
W
1982
W
2015
W
2011
W
2003
W
1980
W
1951
L
2012
W
1996
W
2007
L
2005
L
2010
W
1992*
W
2006
L
2005
L
1997
L
1978*
W

122
Joe Cloidt
121
Reggie Williams
121
Dev Gossett
120
Sonny Shackelford
120
Jerome Pathon
120
Orlando McKay
120
Scott Greenwood
119
Eric Bjornson
118
John Ross
117
Jason Shelley
117
Brian Slater
117
Spider Gaines
117
Aaron Williams
116
Reggie Williams
116
Paul Arnold
116
Darryl Franklin
116
Tom Scott
116
Roland Kirkby
115
Reggie Williams
114
Jermaine Kearse
114
Charles Frederick
114
Mark Pattison
113
Paul Skansi
112
Todd Elstrom
112
Scott Greenwood
112
Fritz Apking
111
Gerald Harris
111
Mario Bailey
110
Kasen Williams
110
Reggie Davis
110
Orlando McKay
110
Andre Riley
110
Aaron Williams
109
Jaydon Mickens
109
Jerramy Stevens
109
Jerome Pathon
109
Jim Warsinski
108
James Johnson
108
Jermaine Kearse
108
Mario Bailey
108
Dane Looker
108
Pete Taggares
107
Marcel Reece
107
Reggie Williams
107
Scott Phillips
107
Spider Gaines
106
Anthony Russo
106
Craig Chambers
105
Sonny Shackelford
105
Reggie Williams
105
Patrick Reddick
105
Chris Juergens
105
Orlando McKay
104
Kevin Smith
104
Todd Elstrom
104
Lonzell Hill
104
Brian Slater
103
Craig Chambers
103
Eric Bjornson
102
Marcel Reece
102
Patrick Reddick
102
Jerramy Stevens
102
Richard Thomas
102
Lonzell Hill
102
Dave Williams
101
Anthony Russo
101
Reggie Williams
101
Mark Bruener
101
Anthony Allen
101
George Black
100
Jaydon Mickens
100
Chris Polk
100
Craig Chambers
100
Charles Frederick
100
Reggie Williams
100
Dane Looker
100
Dane Looker
100
Theron Hill
100
Walter Oldes
100
Aaron Williams
100
Danny Greene
100
Jason Shelley
* indicates bowl game

Oregon State
Arizona
UCLA
UCLA
USC
Arizona
Oregon
Arizona State
California
Stanford
Arizona
USC
Stanford
California
California
Oregon
TCU
USC
USC
UCLA
Fresno State
LSU
USC
UCLA
California
Utah
California
Oregon
Arizona
Arizona State
Washington State
Oregon State
USC
Boise State
Texas
Oregon State
Washington State
Nebraska
BYU
Oregon
Arizona State
Washington State
Washington State
Ohio State
Duke
Washington State
UCLA
Oregon
Arizona
UCLA
California
Arizona State
Oregon
Illinois
Idaho
USC
Washington State
Oregon State
USC
Boise State
Arizona
Colorado
Miami
Oregon State
Stanford
Washington State
USC
Stanford
Michigan
Washington State
Oregon State
Arizona
Washington State
UCLA
Wyoming
Utah State
Air Force
Oregon State
UCLA
California
USC
Michigan

1949
2003
1949
2006
1997
1989
1977
1994
2014
1992
1987
1978
1980
2002
2001
1987
1971
1949
2003
2009
2004
1983
1979
2001
1977
1949
1999
1990
2012
1998
1991
1989
1979
2013
2001*
1997
1953
2011
2010
1991
1998
1972
2006
2003
1973
1975
2007
2004
2006
2003
2002
1999
1991
2013
2000
1985
1986
2005
1994
2007
2001
2000
1994
1986
1965
2007
2001
1993
1981*
1952
2015
2011
2004
2004
2002
1998
1998
1992
1973
1982
1984
1993*

L
L
L
W
W
L
W
L
W
W
T
L
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
L
L
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
W
L
W
L
L
L
W
W
L
W
L
L
W
L
L
W
L
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
L
L
W
W
W
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
W
W
W
L
L
W
W
L
W
L
W
L
L

107

100-yard Receiving Games

Career
Name No.
1. Reggie Williams
16
2. Jermaine Kearse
8
3. Mario Bailey
7
Brian Slater
7
Jerome Pathon
7
6. Craig Chambers
5
Charles Frederick
5
Spider Gaines
5
9. Sonny Shackelford
4
Andre Riley
4
Anthony Allen
4

Season
Name
No. Year
1. Reggie Williams
7
2002
2. Reggie Williams
6
2003
Jerome Pathon
6
1997
4. Mario Bailey
5
1991
5. Jermaine Kearse
4
2010
Andre Riley
4
1989
7. Anthony Russo
3
2007
Sonny Shackelford 3
2006
Craig Chambers
3
2004
Reggie Williams
3
2001
Dane Looker
3
1998
Fred Coleman
3
1997
Brian Slater
3
1988
Brian Slater
3
1987
Dave Williams
3
1965
Most Consecutive 100-yard Games
(Regular Season Only)

Name
No. Year
1. Jermaine Kearse
3 2009-10
Sonny Shackelford 3
2006
Reggie Williams
3
2003
Reggie Williams
3 2002-03
Reggie Williams
3
2002
Jerome Pathon
3 ^1997
Jerome Pathon
3 ^1997
Dave Williams
3
1965
8. Craig Chambers
2
2004
Charles Frederick
2
2004
Reggie Williams
2
2003
Mario Bailey
2
1991
Andre Riley
2
1989
^ - Two separate three-game streaks

Washington Record Book Individual All-Purpose


All-Purpose Yards
Career
Season
Game
Quarter

5,832, Napoleon Kaufman, 1991-94


2,396, Louis Rankin, 2007
371, Charles Frederick at Oregon State, 2003
305, Corey Dillon vs. San Jose State, 1996 (1st)

Season All-Purpose Yards (Min. 9 games)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name (Year)
Louis Rankin (2007)
Corey Dillon (1996)
Bishop Sankey (2013)
Jerome Pathon (1997)
Napoleon Kaufman (1993)
Napoleon Kaufman (1994)
Greg Lewis (1990)
Hugh McElhenny (1951)
Hugh McElhenny (1950)
Chris Polk (2011)

G
13
12
13
12
11
11
11
10
10
13

Career All-Purpose Yards (Min. 18 games)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

108

Name (Years)
Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
Chris Polk (2008-11)
Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
Bishop Sankey (2011-13)
Joe Steele (1976-79)
Beno Bryant (1989-93)
Louis Rankin (2004-07)
Greg Lewis (1987-90)
Vince Weathersby (1985-88)
Charles Frederick (2001-03)

G
46
40
28
38
38
48
40
43
46
42

Rush.
1,294
1,695
1,870
0
1,299
1,390
1,407
936
1,107
1,488

Rec.
126
304
304
1,299
139
199
345
339
237
332

P/Ret. K/Ret.
0
976
0
357
0
0
216
386
25
388
8
229
0
0
141
262
60
240
0
0

Total
2,396
2,356
2,174
1,901
1,851
1,826
1,752
1,678
1,644
1,820

G/Avg.
184.3
196.3
167.2
158.4
168.3
166.0
159.3
167.8
164.4
140.0

Rush.
4,106
4,049
2,499
3,496
3,168
1,826
2,480
2,903
2,821
24

Rec.
423
683
760
567
481
246
255
856
1,048
1,735

P/Ret. K/Ret.
368
935
0
241
228
747
0
134
0
443
1,086
823
0
1206
0
118
0
0
699
1329

Total
5,832
4,973
4,234
4,197
4,092
3,981
3,941
3,877
3,869
3,787

G/Avg.
126.8
124.3
151.2
110.4
107.7
82.9
98.5
90.2
84.1
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Washington Record Book Individual Total Offense


Total Offense Yards
Career
Season
Game

Total Offensive Attempts


Game

10,103, Cody Pickett, 1999-2003


4,273, Cody Pickett, 2002
509, Marques Tuiasosopo vs. Stanford, 1999

Career (Min. 18 games): 252.6, Cody Pickett, 1999-2003


Season (Min. 9 games): 328.7, Cody Pickett, 2002

Name
1. Cody Pickett
2. Brock Huard
3. Cody Pickett
4. Cody Pickett
5. Cody Pickett
6. Jake Browning
Cody Pickett
8. Cody Pickett
9. Keith Price
Sonny Sixkiller

Total Offense Yards Per Attempt

Season

Total Offense Attempts


Career
Season
Game

1,685, Cody Pickett, 1999-2003


698, Cody Pickett, 2002
71, Cody Pickett vs. Cal, 2002

Total Offense Yds. Per Game


Name
1. Cody Pickett
2. Cody Pickett
3. Jake Locker
4. Keith Price
5. Jake Locker
6. Marques Tuiasosopo
7. Cary Conklin
8. Marques Tuiasosopo
9. Steve Pelluer
10. Cody Pickett

Career (Min. 2,000 yards): 6.90, Keith Price, 2010-11


Season (Min. 1,000 yards): 7.48, Brock Huard, 1997

Points Responsible For (Scored and Passed For)


Career

Season

Non-Kicker: 510, Keith Price (2010-13)


Kicker: 358, Jeff Jaeger, 1983-86
216, Keith Price, 2011

Points Responsible For Per Game

Career (Min. 18 games) 11.1, Keith Price (2010-13)


Season (Min. 10 games) 16.6, Keith Price (2011)

Total Offense
Single Game Total Offense


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name
Yards
Marques Tuiasosopo 509
Jake Locker
493
Keith Price
477
Cody Pickett
473
Cody Pickett
430
Jake Locker
420
Cary Conklin
419
Jake Browning
412
Cody Pickett
399
Cody Pickett
396

Season

Name
1. Cody Pickett (2002)
2. Jake Locker (2009)
3. Keith Price (2013)
4. Keith Price (2011)
5. Jake Locker (2007)
6. Marques Tuiasosopo (1999)
7. Cody Pickett (2003)
8. Cody Pickett (2001)
9. Marques Tuiasosopo (2000)
10. Cary Conklin (1989)

Career

Name
1. Cody Pickett (1999-02)
2. Jake Locker (2007-10)
3. Keith Price (2010-13)
4. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-00)
5. Brock Huard (1996-98)
6. Damon Huard (1992-95)
7. Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
8. Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
9. Cary Conklin (1986-89)
10. Chris Chandler (1984-87)

No. Opponent
71 California, 2002
69 USC, 1998
67 UCLA, 2002
66 Wash. State, 2002
65 USC, 2002
62 Arizona State, 2015
62 Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl
61 Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
59 Arizona, 2012
59 USC, 1970
Year Att.
2002
698
2003
534
2009
506
2012
501
2007
500
2000
486
1989
477
1999
471
1983
459
2001
445

Career
Opponent
Stanford, 1999
Arizona, 2007
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Arizona, 2001
Idaho, 2002
USC, 2010
Arizona State, 1989
Arizona State, 2015
UCLA, 2002
California, 2002
Rush
-185
388
108
10
986
571
-61
68
469
-61

Pass
4,458
2,800
2,966
3,063
2,062
2,418
3,043
2,696
2,284
2,786

Total
4,273
3,188
3,074
3,073
3,048
2,989
2,982
2,764
2,753
2,721

Rush Pass Total


-117 10,220 10,103
1,939 7,639 9,578
99 8,919 9,018
1,495 5,879 7,374
-61 6,391 6,330
118 5,886 6,004
-208 5,496 5,288
331 4,917 5,248
96 5,082 5,178
358 4,735 5,093


Name Att.
1. Cody Pickett (1999-2003)
1,685
2. Jake Locker (2007-10)
1,601
3. Keith Price (2010-13)
1,406
4. Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)
1,194
5. Steve Pelluer (1980-83)
1,077
6. Brock Huard (1996-98)
1,006
7. Damon Huard (1992-95)
975
8. Cary Conklin (1986-89)
959
9. Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
941
10. Chris Chandler (1984-87)
836

Total Offense Yards Per Game


Season (Min. 1,000 yards)
Name
1. Cody Pickett
2. Jake Locker
3. Keith Price
4. Jake Locker
5. Cody Pickett
6. Marques Tuiasosopo
7. Cody Pickett
8. Jake Browning
9. Keith Price
10. Marques Tuiasosopo

Year Rush Pass


2002 -185 4,458
2009
388 2,800
2013
108 2,966
2007
986 2,062
2001
68 2,696
1999
571 2,418
2003
-61 3,043
2015
7 2,671
2011
10 3,063
2000
469 2,284

Career (Min, 2,000 yards)


Name Rush

1.
2.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Cody Pickett (1999-03)


Jake Browning (2015-)
Jake Locker (2007-10)
Keith Price (2010-13)
Brock Huard (1996-98)
Sonny Sixkiller (1970-72)
Cyler Miles (2013-14)
Damon Huard (1992-95)
Marques Tuiasosopo (1997-00)
Chris Chandler (1984-1987)

-117
7
1,939
99
-61
-208
498
118
1,495
358

Total Gms. Avg.


4,273
13
328.7
3,188
12
265.7
3,074
12
256.2
3,048
12
254.0
2,764
11
251.3
2,989
12
249.1
2,982
12
248.5
2,678
11
243.5
3,073
13
236.4
2,753
12
229.4

Pass Total Gms. Avg.


10,220 10,103
40 252.6
2,671 2,678
11 243.5
7,639 9,578
40 239.4
8,919 9,018
46 196.0
6,391 6,330
33 191.8
5,496 5,288
28 188.9
2,815 3,313
20 165.7
5,886 6,004
37 162.3
5,879 7,374
46 160.3
4,735 5,093
32 159.2

109

Total Offense Yards Per Attempt


Season (Min. 1,000 yards)

Name
1. Keith Price
2. Brock Huard
3. Keith Price
4. Billy Joe Hobert
5. Isaiah Stanback
6. Jake Browning
7. Damon Huard
8. Tom Flick
9. Don Heinrich
10. Chris Chandler

Career (Min. 2,000 yards)

Year Rush
2011
10
1997
-91
2013
108
1991
55
2005
353
2015
7
1995
52
1980
-99
1950
-39
1987
159

Name
1. Jake Browning (2015-)
2. Billy Joe Hobert (1990-92)
3. Keith Price (2010-13)
4. Brock Huard (1996-98)
5. Cyler Miles (2013-14)
6. M. Tuiasosopo (1997-00)
7. Damon Huard (1992-95)
8. Mark Brunell (1989-92)
9. Isaiah Stanback (2003-06)
10. Chris Chandler (1984-1987)

Rush
7
287
99
-61
498
1,495
118
758
794
358

Pass
3,063
2,319
2,966
2,463
2,136
2,671
2,509
2,460
1,845
1,973

Total Plays Avg.


3,073
418
7.35
2,228
309
7.21
3,074
434
7.08
2,518
356
7.07
2,489
364
6.84
2,678
394
6.80
2,561
382
6.70
2,361
355
6.65
1,806
272
6.64
2,132
330
6.46

Pass
2,671
3,220
8,919
6,391
2,815
5,879
5,886
4,008
3,868
4,735

Total Plays Avg.


2,678
394
6.80
3,507
535
6.56
9,018 1,406
6.41
6,330 1,006
6.29
3,317
530
6.26
7,374 1,194
6.18
6,004
975
6.16
4,766
774
6.16
4,662
757
6.15
5,093
836
6.09

Yearly Total Offense Leaders


Year Name
2015
Jake Browning, qb
2014
Cyler Miles, qb
2013
Keith Price, qb
2012
Keith Price, qb
2011
Keith Price, qb
2010
Jake Locker, qb
2009
Jake Locker, qb
2008
Ronnie Fouch, qb
2007
Jake Locker, qb
2006
Isaiah Stanback, qb
2005
Isaiah Stanback, qb
2004
Casey Paus, qb
2003
Cody Pickett, qb
2002
Cody Pickett, qb
2001
Cody Pickett, qb
2000
M. Tuiasosopo, qb
1999
M. Tuiasosopo, qb
1998
Brock Huard, qb
1997
Brock Huard, qb
1996
Brock Huard, qb
1995
Damon Huard, qb
1994
Damon Huard, qb
1993
Damon Huard, qb
1992
Mark Brunell, qb
1991
Billy Joe Hobert, qb
1990
Mark Brunell, qb
1989
Cary Conklin, qb
1988
Cary Conklin, qb
1987
Chris Chandler, qb
1986
Chris Chandler, qb
1985
Hugh Millen, qb
1984
Hugh Millen, qb
1983
Steve Pelluer, qb
1982
Steve Pelluer, qb
1981
Steve Pelluer, qb
1980
Tom Flick, qb
1979
Tom Flick, qb
1978
Tom Porras, qb
1977
Warren Moon, qb
1976
Warren Moon, qb

110

Plays Rush Pass Total


394
7
2,671
2,678
447
307
2,397
2,704
434
108
2,919
3,074
501
-34
2,726
2,692
418
10
3,063
3,073
546
385
2,265
2,650
504
388
2,800
3,188
294
-105
1,339
1,234
500
986
2,062
3,048
274
350
1,325
1,675
364
353
2,136
2,489
312
-63
1,476
1,413
534
-61
3,043
2,989
698
-185
4,458
4,273
445
68
2,696
2,764
486
469
2,284
2,753
471
571
2,418
2,982
397
20
2,191
2,211
309
-91
2,319
2,228
300
10
1,881
1,891
382
52
2,509
2,561
340
41
1,887
1,928
247
48
1,282
1,330
297
229
1,609
1,838
356
55
2,463
2,518
390
472
1,895
2,365
477
-61
2,786
2,721
383
116
1,833
1,949
330
159
1,973
2,132
383
115
2,193
2,308
291
-78
1,565
1,487
202
20
1,092
1,112
459
189
2,365
2,554
250
29
1,248
1,277
360
117
1,280
1,397
355
-99
2,460
2,361
167
-41
852
811
263
75
1,151
1,226
332
262
1,772
2,034
255
69
1,106
1,175

Year Name
Plays Rush Pass Total
1975
Robin Earl, fb
167
782
0
782
1974
Dennis Fitzpatrick, qb
224
697
622
1,319
1973
Chris Rowland, qb
311
47
1,521
1,568
1972
Sonny Sixkiller, qb
183
-71
1,125
1,054
1971
Sonny Sixkiller, qb
338
-102
2,068
1,966
1970
Sonny Sixkiller, qb
420
-35
2,303
2,268
1969 Gene Willis, qb
212 185 568 753
1968
Carl Wojciechowski, hb
138
651
0
651
1967
Tom Manke, qb
220
483
613
1,096
1966
Tom Sparlin, qb
226
132
954
1,086
1965
Tod Hullin, qb
241
-23
1,318
1,295
1964
Junior Coffey, qb
147
638
0
638
1963
Bill Douglas, qb
239
327
952
1,279
1962
Junior Coffey, fb
98
581
0
581
1961
Kim Stiger, hb
130
582
0
582
1960
Bob Hivner, qb
101
-4
580
576
1959
Bob Schloredt, qb
219
336
835
1,171
1958 Bob Hivner, qb
206 247 585 835
1957
Jim Jones, fb
105
488
0
488
1956
Al Ferguson, qb
74
88
418
506
1955
Credell Green, hb
108
652
0
652
1954
Bob Cox, qb
216
37
809
846
1953
Sandy Lederman, qb
237
-24
1,157
1,133
1952
Don Heinrich, qb
294
5
1,647
1,652
1951
Sam Mitchell, qb
190
16
1,102
1,118
1950
Don Heinrich, qb
272
-39
1,845
1,806
1949
Don Heinrich, qb
139
-28
899
807
1948
Ansel McCullough, b
141
-42
709
667
1947 Dick Ottele, qb
72 232 147 379
1946 Fred Provo, lh
110 307 435 742
1942-1945
No records available
1941 Bob Erickson, hb
127 247 204 451
1940 Dean McAdams, hb 169 273 475 748
1939 Dean McAdams, hb 181 240 477 717
1938 Jim Johnston, rlh
114 472 144 616
1937 Frank Waskowitz, hb 147 226 407 633
1937*
Merle Miller, rh
97
0
417
417
* Totals for seven P.C.C. games only

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Washington Record Book Individual Punting


Punts

Career
Season
Game

Longest Punt
Game

244, Thane Cleland, 1983-86


76, Don Feleay, 1975
12, Jeff Partridge vs. Arizona State, 1982
12, Don Feleay vs. USC, 1975
12, Gene Willis vs. Oregon State, 1969
82, Kiel Rasp at California, 2010
82, Sean Douglas at Oklahoma, 2006

Punts Per Game


Career
Season

6.19, Jeff Partridge, 1981-82 (130 punts, 21 games)


8.1, Dean McAdams, 1940 (73 punts, 9 games)

Career (Min. 100 punts) 44.4, Kiel Rasp (4,753 yds., 107 punts), 2010-11
Season (Min. 30 punts) 45.6, Kiel Rasp (1,733 yds., 38 punts), 2011
Game (Min. 3 punts) 57.0, Bob Schloredt (342 yards, 6 punts) vs. Colorado, 1959

Average per Punt


Game (Min. 3 punts)

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Bob Schloredt
57.0 (6-342)
Sean Douglas
56.0 (5-280)
Jared Ballman
55.0 (5-275)
Kiel Rasp
52.2 (8-418)
Channing Wyles
52.0 (4-208)
Channing Wyles
51.8 (4-207)
Korey Durkee
51.7 (7-362)
John Werdel
51.6 (5-258)
Ryan Fleming
51.4 (5-257)
Will Mahan
50.3 (3-151)

Season (Min. 30 punts)


Name
1. Kiel Rasp (2011)
2. Kiel Rasp (2010)
3. Sean Douglas (2006)
4. Korey Durkee (2015)
5. Skip Boyd (1973)
6. Sean Douglas (2005)
7. Sean Douglas (2004)
8. Jeff Partridge (1982)
9. Skip Boyd (1974)
10. Korey Durkee (2014)
Name (Years)
Kiel Rasp (2010-11)
Sean Douglas (2003-06)
Korey Durkee (2012-15)
Skip Boyd (1972-74)
Jeff Partridge (1981-82)
Dean McAdams (1938-40)
Travis Coons (2012-13)
Channing Wyles (1988-90)
Jared Ballman (2007-08)
Derek McLaughlin (2001-02)
John Werdel (1991-93)

Total Punts
Game

Name
1. Jeff Partridge
Don Feleay
Gene Willis
4. Travis Coons
Gene Willis
Jeff Huget
Don Martin
Larry Hatch

Opponent
Colorado, 1959
Oklahoma, 2006
Oregon, 2007
USC, 2011
Washington State, 1990
Colorado, 1990
Stanford, 2014
USC, 1993
BYU, 1999
Stanford, 2009
No.
38
68
72
45
69
51
63
70
57
63

Career (Min. 100 punts)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

10.

Kiel Rasp
Jared Ballman
Sean Douglas
Garth Erickson
Ryan Fleming
Channing Wyles
Channing Wyles
Thane Cleland
Jeff Partridge
Dick Galuska
Don Martin
Steve Sanford
Steve Crook

Season

Average per Punt


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

8.











Yards Avg.
1,733
45.6
3,202
43.8
3,110
43.2
1,935
43.0
2,964
43.0
2,175
42.6
2,682
42.6
2,966
42.4
2,407
42.2
2,653
42.1

No.
107
187
123
194
130
167
116
133
136
120
168

No.
12
12
12
11
11
11
11
11

Yards Avg.
4,753
44.4
8,010
42.8
5,141
41.8
7,987
41.2
5,337
41.1
6,777
40.6
4,655
40.1
5,277
39.7
5,395
39.7
4,744
39.5
6,632
39.5

Opponent
Arizona State, 1982
USC, 1975
Oregon State, 1969
Arizona State, 2013
Stanford, 1971
Washington State, 1968
UCLA, 1967
Minnesota, 1948

Name
1. Don Feleay
2. Thane Cleland
3. John Werdel
4. Dean McAdams
5. Sean Douglas
6. Jared Ballman
Ryan Fleming
Dean McAdams
9. Garth Erickson
Channing Wyles
Jeff Partridge

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
Year
1975
1984
1992
1940
2006
2007
1998
1939
2003
1990
1982

Career

Name
1. Thane Cleland (1983-86)
2. Sean Douglas (2003-06)
3. Skip Boyd (1972-74)
4. Ryan Fleming (1998-2000)
5. John Werdel (1991-93)
6. Dean McAdams (1938-40)
7. Don Martin (1965-67)
8. Rick Redman (1962-64)
9. Jared Ballman (2007-08)
10. Channing Wyles (1988-90)

Punts Per Game


Season (Min. 50 punts)

Name
1. Dean McAdams
2. Dean McAdams
3. Don Feleay
4. Thane Cleland
Skip Boyd
6. John Werdel
Skip Boyd
8. Sean Douglas
9. Ryan Fleming
10. Kiel Rasp

Career (Min. 100 punts)

Name
1. Jeff Partridge (1981-82)
Dean McAdams (1939-40)
3. Skip Boyd (1972-74)
Don Feleay (1975-76)
5. Thane Cleland (1983-86)
6. Jared Ballman (2007-08)
7. Channing Wyles (1988-90)
8. John Werdel (1991-93)
Don Martin (1965-67)
10. Ryan Fleming (1998-2000)

Oregon, 2010
Oregon, 2008
USC, 2004
Ohio State, 2003
Arizona State, 2000
San Jose State, 1990
Oregon, 1989
Oregon, 1984
UCLA, 1982
Michigan, 1970
Oregon, 1966
Baylor, 1965
USC, 1953
Punts Avg.
76
39.2
75
39.5
74
38.6
73
40.5
72
43.2
71
40.9
71
38.8
71
40.1
70
41.8
70
41.1
70
42.4
No. Yards Avg.
244
9,545
39.1
187
8,010
42.8
194
7987
41.2
180
6,998
38.9
168
6,632
39.5
167
6,777
40.6
143
5,595
39.1
137
5,171
37.7
130
5,395
39.7
133
5,277
39.7

Year
1940
1939
1975
1984
1973
1992
1972
2006
1998
2010

Punts
73
71
76
75
69
74
68
72
71
69

Gms. Avg.
9
8.1
9
7.8
11
6.8
12
6.3
11
6.3
12
6.2
11
6.2
12
6.0
12
5.9
12
5.8

Punts Gms. Avg.


130
21
6.2
167
27
6.2
194
33
5.8
127
22
5.8
244
44
5.5
136
25
5.4
133
25
5.3
168
33
5.1
143
28
5.1
180
36
5.0

111

Punting Yards
Game

Name
1. Jeff Partridge
2. Travis Coons
3. Don Martin
4. Jeff Huget
5. Gene Willis
6. Jeff Partridge
7. Don Feleay
8. Kiel Rasp
9. Channing Wyles
10. Sean Douglas

No.
540
515
482
463
450
448
445
438
432
429

Opponent
Arizona State, 1982
Arizona State, 2013
UCLA, 1967
Washington State, 1968
Stanford, 1971
UCLA, 1982
USC, 1975
Nebraska, 2010
San Jose State, 1990
USC, 2004

Long Punt (60+ Yards)


Name
1. Kiel Rasp
Sean Douglas
3. Sean Dougals
4. Derek McLaughlin
5. Sean Douglas
6. Derek McLaughlin
7. Ryan Fleming
Don Feleay
9. Jared Ballman
10. Scott Phillips
Skip Boyd
Bob Schloredt
13. Sean Douglas
Brandy Brownlee
Skip Boyd
16. Sean Douglas
17. Don Feleay
Bob Schloredt
19. Korey Durkee
Travis Coons
John Werdel
John Werdel
Channning Wyles
Aaron Wilson
Don Feleay
Will Mahan
Jared Ballman
Sean Douglas
Sean Douglas
Jeff Partridge
Kiel Rasp
Geoff Prince
Skip Boyd
Skip Boyd
Jeff Huget
Rick Redman
Korey Durkee
Korey Durkee
Kiel Rasp
Kiel Rasp
Sean Douglas
Channing Wyles
Jeff Partridge
Aaron Wilson
Gene Willis
Jeff Huget
Bob Schloredt
Bob Schloredt
Travis Coons
Will Mahan
Garth Erickson
Hamid Sarshar
Brandy Brownlee
Skip Boyd

Yds.
82
82
81
80
78
74
73
73
72
70
70
70
69
69
69
68
66
66
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
64
64
64
64
64
63
63
63
63
63
63
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
61
61
61
61
61
61

Opponent
California, 2010
Oklahoma, 2006
Oklahoma, 2005
Oregon, 2002
Washington State, 2004
California, 2001
BYU, 1999
Navy, 1975
Oregon, 2007
Texas, 1974
Texas A&M, 1974
Oregon State, 1958
Oregon, 2005
Oregon, 1987
Oregon, 1974
USC, 2006
Oregon State, 1976
Colorado, 1959
Stanford, 2014
Washington State, 2012
USC, 1973
Washington State, 1992
Washington State, 1990
Arizona State, 1978
Texas, 1975
BYU, 2010
BYU, 2008
Washington State, 2006
UCLA, 2006
Arizona State, 1981
Washington State, 2010
Arizona, 1995
California, 1973
Iowa State, 1974
Idaho, 1968
Stanford, 1962
Boise State, 2015
Hawaii, 2014
Washington State, 2011
USC, 2011
Arizona, 2006
Colorado, 1990
UCLA, 1982
USC, 1977
Purdue, 1971
USC, 1968
Colorado, 1959
Oregon State, 1958
Arizona State, 2013
Stanford, 2009
Indiana, 2004
Stanford, 1996
Purdue, 1987
Oregon, 1973

112

Rick Redman
Korey Durkee
Sean Douglas
Sean Douglas
Billy Joe Hobert
Channing Wyles
Rich Camarillo
Don Feleay
Don Martin
Don Martin
Don Martin
Rick Redman
Bob Schloredt

61
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60

Washington State, 1962


California, 2014
Washington State, 2005
Notre Dame, 2005
Stanford, 1991
Iowa, 1991 Rose Bowl
UCLA, 1979
California, 1976
Washington State, 1966
Stanford, 1966
California, 1965
Oregon State, 1962
Colorado, 1959

Single Game Long Punt (60-plus Yards) Breakdown


Name No.
Bob Schloredt
3 (60, 62, 66)
Sean Douglas
2 (82, 81)
Bob Schloredt
2 (70, 62)

Long Punts (60-plus Yards)


Season
Name
1. Sean Douglas
2. Bob Schloredt
3. Korey Durkee
Sean Douglas
Channing Wyles
Skip Boyd
Rick Redman
8. Kiel Rasp
Kiel Rasp
Jared Ballman
Brandy Brownlee
Don Feleay
Don Feleay
Skip Boyd
Jeff Huget
Don Martin

No.
6
5
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Opponent
Colorado, 1958
Oklahoma, 2006
Oregon State, 1958

Year
2006
1958
2014
2005
1990
1974
1962
2011
2010
2007
1987
1975
1976
1973
1968
1966

Career

Name
No.
1. Sean Douglas (2003-06)
10
2. Skip Boyd (1972-74)
5
Bob Schloredt (1958-60)
5
4. Kiel Rasp (2010)
4
Don Feleay (1975-76)
4
6. Korey Durkee (2012-14)
4
7. Channing Wyles (1988-90)
3
Don Martin (1965-67)
3
Rick Redman (1962-64)
3
10. Travis Coons (2012-13)
2
Derek McLaughlin (2001-02) 2
Aaron Wilson (1977-1978)
2
Brandy Brownlee (1987)
2
Jeff Huget (1966-68)
2
Jeff Partridge (1981-82)
2
John Werdel (1991-93)
2

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Yearly Punting Leader

Year Name
2015
Korey Durkee
2014
Korey Durkee
2013
Travis Coons
2012
Travis Coons
2011
Kiel Rasp
2010
Kiel Rasp
2009
Will Mahan
2008
Jared Ballman
2007
Jared Ballman
2006
Sean Douglas
2005
Sean Douglas
2004
Sean Douglas
2003
Garth Erickson
2002
Derek McLaughlin
2001
Derek McLaughlin
2000
Ryan Fleming
1999
Ryan Fleming
1998
Ryan Fleming
1997
Sean O'Laughlin
1996
Hamid Sarshar
1995
Geoff Prince
1994
Geoff Prince
1993
John Werdel
1992
John Werdel
1991
John Werdel
1990
Channing Wyles
1989
Channing Wyles
1988
Eric Canton
1987
Brandy Brownlee
1986
Thane Cleland
1985
Thane Cleland
1984
Thane Cleland
1983
Thane Cleland
1982
Jeff Partridge
1981
Jeff Partridge
1980
Rich Camarillo
1979
Rich Camarillo
1978
Aaron Wilson
1977
Aaron Wilson
1976
Don Feleay
1975
Don Feleay
1974
Skip Boyd
1973
Skip Boyd
1972
Skip Boyd
1971
Gene Willis
1970
Dick Galuska
1969
Gene Willis
1968
Jeff Huget
1967
Don Martin
1966
Don Martin
1965
Don Martin
1964
Rick Redman
1963
Rick Redman
1962
Rick Redman
1961
Glenn Reese
1960
Bob Schloredt
1959
Bob Schloredt
1958
Bob Schloredt
1957
Bob Dunn
1956
Dick Day
1955
Steve Roake
1954
Bill Albrecht
1953
Stewart Crook
1952
Don Heinrich
1951
Tom Sprague
1950
Don Heinrich
1949
Don Heinrich
1948
Larry Hatch
1947
Herb Hallow
1942-1946
Statistics unavailable
1941
Bob Erickson
1940
Dean McAdams
1939
Dean McAdams
1938
Dean McAdams
1937*
Frank Waskowitz
* Totals for seven P.C.C. games only

No.
45
63
62
54
38
69
50
65
71
72
51
63
70
62
58
58
51
71
60
43
58
50
57
74
37
70
60
59
32
55
63
75
51
70
60
57
58
54
62
51
76
57
69
68
41
55
49
43
62
51
30
47
46
44
25
22
56
54
40
29
35
22
22
47
40
40
34
55
13
57
73
71
23
30

Yds. Avg.
1,935
43.0
2,653
42.1
2,506
40.4
2,149
39.8
1,733
45.6
3,020
43.8
2,112
40.6
2,489
38.3
2,906
40.9
3,110
43.2
2,175
42.6
2,682
42.6
2,925
41.8
2,376
38.3
2,368
40.8
2,207
38.1
2,038
40.0
2,753
38.8
2,385
39.8
1,503
35.0
2,218
38.2
1,860
37.2
2,260
39.6
2,855
38.6
1,517
41.0
2,874
41.1
2,283
38.1
2,016
34.2
1,265
39.5
2,223
40.4
2,409
38.2
2,959
39.5
1,954
38.3
2,966
42.4
2,371
39.5
2,169
38.1
2,351
40.5
1,953
36.2
2,251
36.3
2,017
39.5
2,981
39.2
2,407
42.2
2,964
43.0
2,616
38.5
1,666
40.6
2,115
38.5
1,742
35.6
1,670
38.9
2,357
38.1
2,079
40.7
1,159
38.6
1,820
38.7
1,713
37.2
1,638
38.3
842
33.7
865
39.3
2,238
40.0
1,997
37.0
1,472
36.8
1,061
36.6
1,154
33.0
809
36.8
807
36.7
1,707
36.3
1,388
34.7
1,379
34.5
1,223
36.0
1,811
32.9
469
36.1
2,011
2,958
2,847
972
944

Yearly Longest Punt


Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951

Yards
62 yards
65 yards
61 yards
65 yards
62 yards
82 yards
61 yards
64 yards
72 yards
82 yards
69 yards
78 yards
61 yards
80 yards
74 yards
50 yards
73 yards
55 yards
59 yards
61 yards
56 yards
50 yards
65 yards
65 yards
59 yards
65 yards
59 yards
51 yards
69 yards
63 yards
57 yards
56 yards
59 yards
62 yards
64 yards
56 yards
60 yards
65 yards
62 yards
66 yards
73 yards
70 yards
63 yards
53 yards
62 yards
56 yards
56 yards
63 yards
57 yards
60 yards
60 yards
61 yards
58 yards
63 yards
56 yards
51 yards
66 yards
71 yards
52 yards
57 yards
50 yards
57 yards
57 yards
51 yards
54 yards

Player vs. Opponent


Korey Durkee at Boise State
Korey Durkee vs. Stanford
Travis Coons at Arizona State
Travis Coons at Washington State
Kiel Rasp vs. Washington State; at USC
Kiel Rasp at California
Will Mahan at Stanford
Jared Ballman vs. BYU
Jared Ballman vs. Oregon
Sean Douglas at Oklahoma
Sean Douglas at Oregon
Sean Douglas vs. Washington State
Garth Erickson vs. Indiana
Derek McLaughlin at Oregon
Derek McLaughlin at California
Ryan Fleming vs Idaho
Ryan Fleming at BYU
Ryan Fleming vs. Utah State
Sean OLaughlin vs. San Diego State
Hamid Sarshar vs. Stanford
Geoff Prince at Arizona
Geoff Prince at USC; at Miami
John Werdel vs. USC
John Werdel at Washington State
Billy Joe Hobert vs. Stanford
Channing Wyles vs. Washington State
Channing Wyles vs. Oregon State
Eric Canton vs. Oregon
Brandy Brownlee vs. Oregon
Thane Cleland vs. California
Thane Cleland vs. Oregon State
Thane Cleland vs. California
Thane Cleland vs. USC
Jeff Partridge vs. UCLA
Jeff Partridge vs. Arizona State
Rich Camarillo vs. Arizona State
Rich Camarillo vs. UCLA
Aaron Wilson vs. Arizona State
Aaron Wilson vs. USC
Don Feleay vs. Oregon State
Don Feleay vs. Navy
Skip Boyd vs. Texas A&M; vs. Texas
Skip Boyd vs. California
Skip Boyd vs. Duke
Gene Willis vs. Purdue
Dick Galuska vs. Stanford
Gene Willis vs. Oregon
Jeff Huget vs. Idaho
Don Martin vs. UCLA
Don Martin vs Washington State; vs. Stanford
Don Martin vs. California
Rick Redman at Washington State
Rick Redman at Pittsburgh
Rick Redman vs. Stanford
Dave Kopay vs. Purdue
Bob Schloredt vs. Minnesota
Bob Schloredt vs. Colorado
Bob Schloredt vs. Oregon State
Bobby Dunn vs. Oregon; vs. California
Dick McVeigh vs. USC
Steve Roake vs. Stanford
Bill Albrecht vs. Washington State
Stewart Crook vs. USC
Don Heinrich vs. Oregon State
Dick Sprague vs. Washington State

35.3
40.5
40.1
42.3
31.5

113

Washington Record Book Individual Kicking


Field Goals Made

Career
85, Jeff Jaeger, 1983-86
Season 25, Chuck Nelson, 1982
Game 5, John Anderson at Wash. State, 2002

5, Jeff Jaeger vs. Houston, 1985

Field Goal Attempts

Career
105, Jeff Jaeger, 1983-86
Season 34, John Anderson, 2002
Game 8, John Anderson at Wash. State, 2002

Field Goal Percentage

Career (Min. 15 made/attempted)



.833, Cameron Van Winkle, 2013-14 (20 of 24)
Season (Min. 15 made/attempted)
.962, Chuck Nelson, 1982 (25 of 26)

Consecutive Field Goals


Career

Season

30 FG, Chuck Nelson, 1981-82


16 games, Jeff Jaeger, 1983-84
25 FG, Chuck Nelson, 1982

Most Extra Points Made


Career
Season
Game


159, John Anderson, 1999-02


62, Travis Coons, 2013
9, Travis Coons at Oregon State, 2013
9, Steve Robbins vs. Oregon, 1974
9, Hugh McElhenny vs. Oregon, 1951
9, Steve Wiezbowski vs. UCSB, 1971

Most Extra Point Attempts


Career
Season
Game


169, John Anderson, 1999-02


63, Travis Coons, 2013
9, Travis Coons at Oregon State, 2013
9, Steve Robbins vs. Oregon, 1974
9, Hugh McElhenny vs. Oregon, 1951
9, Steve Wiezbowski vs. UCSB, 1971

Extra Point Percentage

Career (Min. 50 made)



1.000, Erik Folk, 2009-11 (124 of 124)
Season (Min. 10 games)

1.000, 15 times

Consecutive PATs
Career:

124 PATs, Erik Folk, 2009-11


22 games, Mike Lansford, 1978-79

Points by Kicking (PATs & FGs)


Career
Season
Game

380, Jeff Jaeger, 1983-86


112, Chuck Nelson, 1982
17, John Anderson at Wash. State, 2002
17, Jeff Jaeger vs. Houston, 1985
17, Chuck Nelson vs. UTEP, 1982

Field Goals Made


Game

Name
No. Opponent
1. John Anderson
5 Washington State, 2002
Jeff Jaeger
5 Houston, 1985
3. Erik Folk
4 USC, 2010
Ryan Perkins
4 Arizona State, 2008
John Anderson
4 California, 2002
Travis Hanson
4 Washington State, 1993
Brandy Brownlee 4 Texas A&M, 1987
Jeff Jaeger
4 Oregon, 1985
Jeff Jaeger
4 Northwestern, 1984
Jeff Jaeger
4 Oregon State, 1984
Chuck Nelson
4 San Diego State, 1982
Chuck Nelson
4 UTEP, 1982
Jeff Jaeger
4 Oregon, 1983
Chuck Nelson
4 Texas Tech, 1981
Steve Robbins
4 UCLA, 1977
Don Martin
4 Washington State, 1966

114

16. Erik Folk


Ryan Perkins
Michael Braunstein
Evan Knudson
John Anderson
John Wales
Travis Hanson
Brandy Brownlee
Jeff Jaeger
Chuck Nelson
Don Martin

Season

1.
2.
3.

5.
6.

8.
9.

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

six times
California, 2007
Arizona State, 2006
UCLA, 2003
three times
three times
twice
Stanford, 1987
four times
four times
Air Force, 1967

Name (Year)
Chuck Nelson (1982)
Jeff Jaeger (1985)
John Anderson (2002)
Jeff Jaeger (1984)
Jeff Jaeger (1983)
Cameron Van Winkle (2014)
Chuck Nelson (1980)
Jeff Jaeger (1986)
Erik Folk (2009)
John Wales (1994)

No.
25
23
22
22
21
20
20
19
18
18

Career

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name (Years)
No.
Jeff Jaeger (1983-86)
85
John Anderson (1999-02)
68
Chuck Nelson (1980-82)
61
Erik Folk (2009-10)
42
Travis Hanson (1990-93)
40
Steve Robbins (1974-77)
37
John Wales (1994-96)
36
Cameron Van Winkle (2013-15) 33
Evan Knudson (2003-05)
28
John McCallum (1988-89)
26

Field Goal Attempts


Game

Name
No. Opponent
1. John Anderson 8 Washington State, 2002
2. John Anderson 5 California, 2002
Jeff Jaeger
5 Houston, 1985
Jeff Jaeger
5 Northwestern, 1984
Jeff Jaeger
5 Oregon State, 1984
Steve Robbins
5 UCLA, 1977
7. Erik Folk
4 USC, 2010
Erik Folk
4 Oregon, 2010
Erik Folk
4 UCLA, 2009
Erik Folk
4 LSU, 2009
Ryan Perkins
4 Washington State, 2008
Ryan Perkins
4 Arizona State, 2008
Evan Knudson
4 Nevada, 2003
John Anderson 4 Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl
John Anderson 4 Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
John Anderson 4 Michigan, 2001
John Anderson 4 California, 2000
John Wales
4 Washington State, 1996
John Wales
4 USC, 1995
John Wales
4 UCLA, 1994
Geoff Prince
4 Ohio State, 1994
Travis Hanson
4 Washington State, 1993
Brandy Brownlee 4 Texas A&M, 1987
Jeff Jaeger
4 Oregon, 1985
Chuck Nelson
4 San Diego State, 1982
Chuck Nelson
4 UTEP, 1982
Jeff Jaeger
4 Arizona, 1983
Jeff Jaeger
4 Oregon, 1983
Chuck Nelson
4 Texas Tech, 1981
Chuck Nelson
4 USC, 1980
Mike Lansford
4 Arizona State, 1978
Don Martin
4 Washington State, 1966

Season

Name
1. John Anderson
2. Jeff Jaeger
3. Chuck Nelson
4. Jeff Jaeger
5. Chuck Nelson
Jeff Jaeger
John Anderson
8. John Wales
9. Cameron Van Winkle
Steve Robbins

Year
2002
1984
1980
1983
1982
1985
2001
1994
2014
1977

Career

Name
1. Jeff Jaeger (1983-86)
2. John Anderson (1999-2002)
3. Chuck Nelson (1980-82)
4. Steve Robbins (1974-77)
5. John Wales (1994-96)
Travis Hanson (1990-93)
7. Erik Folk (2009-10)
8. Evan Knudson (2003-05)
9. Cameron Van Winkle (2013-15)
10. Mike Lansford (1978-79)

Field Goal Percentage


Season (Min. 15 attempts)

Name
1. Chuck Nelson
2. Travis Coons
3. Jeff Jaeger
4. Erik Folk
5. Cameron Van Winkle
6. Jeff Jaeger
7. John McCallum
8. Jeff Jaeger
9. Cameron Van Winkle
10. Chuck Nelson

Year
1982
2013
1985
2009
2014
1986
1989
1983
2015
1981

FGA
34
29
28
27
26
26
26
25
24
24
FGA
105
100
75
65
61
61
57
42
41
38

FG-FGA PCT.
25-26 .962
15-16 .938
23-26 .885
18-21 .857
20-24 .833
19-23 .826
16-20 .800
21-27 .778
13-17 .765
16-21 .762

Career (Min. 25 attempts)

Name
FG-FGA
PCT.
1. Chuck Nelson
61-75 .813
2. Jeff Jaeger
85-105 .810
3. Cameron Van Winkle
33-41 .805
4. Travis Coons
24-30 .800
5. John McCallum
26-35 .743
6. Erik Folk
42-57 .737
7. Don Martin
20-28 .714
8. Ryan Perkins
22-31 .710
9. John Anderson
68-100 .680
10. Evan Knudson
28-42 .667

PATs Attempted
Game

1.


3.



7.






Name
No.
Traivs Coons
9
Steve Wiezbowski
9
Hugh McElhenny
9
Travis Coons
8
Erik Folk
8
Nick Lentz
8
Travis Hanson
8
Cameron Van Winkle 7
Travis Coons
7
Mike Dodd
7
Steve Robbins
7
Eddie King
7
Steve Wiezbowski
7
Steve Wiezbowski
7
Steve Wiezbowski
7

Opponent
Oregon State, 2013
UCSB, 1971
Oregon, 1951
Id. St. & Colo., 2013
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Arizona, 1997
Oregon State,1991
Eastern Wash., 2014
Portland State, 2012
Stanford, 1990
Oregon, 1977
California, 1973
Illinois, 1971
Stanford, 1970
Navy, 1970

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Season

Name
1. Travis Coons
2. Erik Folk
3. Cameron Van Winkle
4. Travis Hanson
5. Ryan Perkins
Steve Wiezbowski
John Anderson
8. Cameron Van Winkl
John Anderson
10. Jeff Jaeger

Year Att.
2013
63
2011
56
2014
49
1991
47
2007
46
1971
46
2000
46
2015
44
2002
44
1986
43

Career

Name Att.
1. John Anderson (1999-2002)
169
2. Travis Hanson (1990-93)
140
3. Jeff Jaeger (1983-86)
130
4. Erik Folk (2009-10)
124
5. Steve Robbins (1974-77)
114
6. Steve Wiezbowski (1970-72)
108
7. Travis Coons (2012-13)
102
8. Chuck Nelson (1980-82)
102
9. John Wales (1994-96)
94
10. Cameron Van Winkle (2013-15)
91

PATs Made
Game

Name
No. Opponent
1. Travis Coons
9 Oregon State, 2013
Steve Wiezbowski
9 UCSB, 1971
Hugh McElhenny
9 Oregon, 1951
4. Travis Coons
8 Colorado, 2013
Travis Coons
8 Idaho State, 2013
Erik Folk
8 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Travis Hanson
8 Oregon State, 1991
8. Eight times; most recent:
Travis Coons
7 Portland State, 2012

Extra Point Percentage


Season (Min. 30 made)

Yards Opponent Date


21
USC
Nov. 14, 1981
46
USC
Nov. 14, 1981
39
Washington State
Nov. 21, 1981
28
Washington State
Nov. 21, 1981
34
Washington State
Nov. 21, 1981
32
Texas-El Paso
Sept. 11, 1982
31
Texas-El Paso
Sept. 11, 1982
33
Texas-El Paso
Sept. 11, 1982
24
Texas-El Paso
Sept. 11, 1982
42
Arizona
Sept. 18, 1982
24
Arizona
Sept. 18, 1982
21
Arizona
Sept. 18, 1982
35
Oregon
Sept. 25, 1982
27
Oregon
Sept. 25, 1982
49
Oregon
Sept. 25, 1982
33
San Diego State
Oct. 2, 1982
32
San Diego State
Oct. 2, 1982
49
San Diego State
Oct. 2, 1982
23
San Diego State
Oct. 2, 1982
32
California
Oct. 9, 1982
36
California
Oct. 9, 1982
20
California
Oct. 9, 1982
30
Oregon State
Oct. 16, 1982
31
Oregon State
Oct. 16, 1982
29
Texas Tech
Oct. 23, 1982
27
Stanford
Oct. 30, 1982
18
UCLA
Nov. 6, 1982
24
ASU
Nov. 13, 1982
21
Washington State
Nov. 20, 1982
37
Washington State
Nov. 20, 1982

Nelsons last miss before the streak started was a 39-yard


field goal in the second quarter of the USC game on Nov. 14,
1981. Nelsons streak was snapped when he missed a 33-yard
field goal during the fourth quarter of the Washington State
game on Nov. 20, 1982.

Longest Field Goals

Name
Year M-A Pct.
1. Erik Folk
2011
56-56
1.000

Cameron Van Winkle 2015
44-44
1.000

Travis Hanson
1992
40-40
1.000

Mike Lansford
1979
40-40
1.000

Steve Robbins
1977
40-40
1.000

Travis Coons
2012
39-39
1.000

Chuck Nelson
1982
37-37
1.000

Erik Folk
2009
35-35
1.000

Erik Folk
2010
33-33
1.000

Brandy Brownlee
1987
33-33
1.000

Mike Lansford
1978
33-33
1.000

Michael Braunstein 2006
32-32
1.000

Chuck Nelson
1981
31-31
1.000

John McCallum
1988
30-30
1.000

Career (Min. 25 made)


Name
1. Erik Folk (2009-11)
2. Mike Lansford (1978-79)
3. Travis Coons (2012-13)
4. Cameron Van Winkle
5. Michael Braunstein (2003-06)
6. Steve Robbins (1974-77)
7. Chuck Nelson (1980-82)
8. Ryan Perkins (2007-08)
9. John McCallum (1988-89)
10. Jeff Jaeger (1983-86)

Consecutive Field Goals by Chuck Nelson

EXP Pct.
124-124 1.000
73-73 1.000
101-102 .990
91-93 .978
44-45 .978
111-114 .974
99-102 .971
62-64 .969
61-63 .968
125-130 .962


1.

3.
4.
5.




10.



13.


16.







Name
Yards, Opponent
John Anderson
56 vs. UCLA, 1999
Don Martin
56 vs. Air Force, 1967
Erik Folk
54 vs. BYU, 2010
Erik Folk
53 vs. EWU, 2011
Erik Folk
52 vs. Oregon, 2010
John Anderson
52 vs. Arizona, 2002
John Anderson
52 vs. Oregon State, 2002
Jeff Jaeger
52 vs. Oregon, 1983
Jeff Jaeger
52 vs. Oregon State, 1983
Cameron Van Winkle 51 vs. Illinois, 2014
John Anderson
51 vs. California, 2002
Chuck Nelson
51 vs. Kansas State, 1981
Ron Volbrecht
51 vs. Rice, 1968
John Anderson
50 vs. UCLA, 1999
John Anderson
50 vs. Oregon State, 1999
Chuck Nelson
50 vs. Texas Tech, 1981
Cameron Van Winkle 49 vs. Utah, 2015
John Anderson
49 vs. Stanford, 1999
John McCallum
49 vs. California, 1989
Brandy Brownlee 49 vs. Texas A&M, 1987
Jeff Jaeger
49 vs. USC, 1985
Chuck Nelson
49 vs. San Diego St, 1982
Chuck Nelson
49 vs. Oregon, 1982
Mike Lansford
49 vs. Oregon State, 1978
Ray Mansfield
49 vs. Oregon, 1961

Longest Field Goal Attempts



1.
2.
3.

5.


8.
9.

Name
Jeff Jaeger
Don Martin
John Anderson
Don Martin
Erik Folk
John Anderson
Evan Knudson
Erik Folk
Erik Folk
Erik Folk

Yards, Opponent
61 vs. Oklahoma, 1985
58 vs. Oregon, 1967
56 vs. UCLA, 1999
56 vs. Air Force, 1967
55 vs. UCLA, 2010
55 vs. Purdue, 2002
55 vs. UCLA, 2005
54 vs. BYU, 2010
53 vs. EWU, 2011
53 vs. UCLA, 2010

Yearly Longest Field Goals

Year Yards
Player vs. Opponent
2015 49 yards Cameron Van Winkle vs. Utah
2014 51 yards Cameron Van Winkle vs. Illinois
2013 48 yards Travis Coons vs. Washington State
2012 45 yards Travis Coons vs. Oregon State
2011 53 yards Erik Folk vs. Eastern Washington
2010 54 yards Erik Folk vs. BYU
2009 48 yards Erik Folk vs. Oregon
2008 45 yards Jared Ballman vs. Oregon State
2007 45 yards Ryan Perkins vs. California
2006 47 yards Michael Braunstein vs. Arizona St.
2005 46 yards Evan Knudson at California
2004 42 yards Evan Knudson vs. Arizona
2003 46 yards Evan Knudson at Ohio State
2002 52 yards John Anderson vs. Arizona; vs. OSU
2001 47 yards John Anderson vs. Texas
2000 42 yards John Anderson vs California
1999 56 yards John Anderson at UCLA
1998 44 yards Joe Jarzynka at Washington State
1997 46 yards Nick Lentz vs. Oregon
1996 42 yards John Wales vs. Stanford
1995 36 yards John Wales at Stanford
1994 47 yards John Wales at Miami; vs. UCLA
1993 42 yards Travis Hanson vs. UCLA;

vs. Washington State
1992 42 yards Travis Hanson at Arizona State;

vs. Nebraska
1991 44 yards Travis Hanson vs. Oregon
1990 42 yards Travis Hanson vs. California;

vs. Washington St.
1989 46 yards John McCallum vs. Arizona
1988 42 yards John McCallum vs. Arizona State
1987 49 yards Brandy Brownlee vs. Texas A&M
1986 45 yards Jeff Jaeger vs. BYU
1985 49 yards Jeff Jaeger vs. USC
1984 47 yards Jeff Jaeger vs. Oregon State
1983 52 yards Jeff Jaeger vs. Oregon State;

vs. Oregon
1982 49 yards Chuck Nelson vs. Oregon; vs. SDSU
1981 51 yards Chuck Nelson vs. Kansas State;

vs. Texas Tech
1980 47 yards Chuck Nelson vs. Arizona; vs. USC
1979 48 yards Mike Lansford vs. Wyoming;

vs. Utah
1978 49 yards Mike Lansford vs. Oregon State
1977 41 yards Steve Robbins vs. UCLA
1976 41 yards Brian Moreland vs. Virginia
1975 34 yards Steve Robbins vs. UCLA
1974 46 yards Steve Robbins vs. USC
1973 36 yards Gustavo Clark vs. Idaho
1972 36 yards Steve Wiezbowski vs. Wash. State
1971 34 yards Steve Wiezbowski vs. TCU; vs. Ill.
1970 42 yards Steve Wiezbowski vs. Wash. State
1969 33 yards Ron Volbrecht vs. Michigan State
1968 51 yards Ron Volbrecht vs. Rice
1967 56 yards Don Martin vs. Air Force
1966 42 yards Don Martin vs. UCLA
1965 20 yards Ron Medved vs. UCLA
1964 42 yards Jim Norton vs. UCLA
1963 45 yards Jim Norton vs. USC
1962 24 yards Jim Norton vs. UCLA
1961 21 yards Rick Smidt vs. UCLA;

vs. Washington State
1960 44 yards George Fleming vs. Minnesota
1959 43 yards George Fleming vs. Utah
1958 26 yards George Fleming vs. Minnesota
1957 None
1956 22 yards Dean Derby vs. UCLA
1955 42 yards Dean Derby vs. UCLA
1954 21 yards Bob Dunn vs. Oregon State
1953 None
1952 18 yards Wendell Niles vs. Oregon State
1951 None

115

Washington Record Book Individual Kick Returns


Kickoff Returns

Career
72, Charles Frederick, 2004
Season
40, Louis Rankin, 2007
Game
8, Quinton Richardson at Notre Dame,
2009

Kickoff Return Yards


Career
Season
Game

1,532, Steve Bramwell, 1963-65


976, Louis Rankin, 2007
176, Kevin Smith vs. USC, 2011

Kickoff Return Yards Per Attempt

Career (Min. 25 returns)



27.7, Jim Krieg, 1970-71 (860 yds, 31 att)
Season (Min. 1.2 att/game)

31.1, Steve Bramwell, 1963 (654 yds, 21 att)
Game (Min. 3 attempts)

53.7, Jim Krieg vs. Stanford, 1970

(161 yds., 3 att.)

Kickoff Returns for TDs


Career
Season
Game

3, Jim Krieg, 1970-71


2, Jim Krieg, 1970
1 on 27 occasions, Most Recent:
Louis Rankin vs. Washington St., 2007
(89 yards)

Kickoff Returns
Game

Name
No. Opponent
1. Quinton Richardson 8 Notre Dame, 2009
2. Kevin Smith
7 USC, 2011
Isaiah Stanback
7 California, 2003
Reggie Brown
7 Oregon, 1974
5. John Ross
6 Ok. St., 2014 Cactus Bowl
John Ross
6 UCLA, 2014
Bishop Sankey
6 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Kevin Smith
6 Stanford, 2011
Louis Rankin
6 Arizona, 2007
Louis Rankin
6 Oregon, 2007
Louis Rankin
6 Arizona State, 2007
Buddy Kennamer
6 UCLA, 1969
Herman Houston
6 Ohio State, 1969
Buddy Kennamer
6 Michigan, 1969
Dick Sprague
6 Illinois, 1952

Season

Name

Year No. Avg.


1. Louis Rankin
2007
40
24.4
2. John Ross
2014
38
24.7
3. Kevin Smith
2011
37
25.9
4. Jesse Callier
2010
32
22.9
Jordan Polk
2008
32
18.6
5. John Ross
2013
31
23.2
6. Charles Frederick 2002
30
20.0
7. Toure Butler
1998
27
27.7
8. Jesse Callier
2011
25
23.0
Derrick Johnson 2000
25
24.3

Career

Name
1. Charles Frederick (2001-04)
2. John Ross (2013-14)
3. Steve Jones (1986-1988)
4. Kevin Smith (2010-13)
5. Anthony Allen (1979-1982)
6. Jesse Callier (2010-13)
Steve Bramwell (1963-65)
8. Louis Rankin (2004-07)
9. Joe Jarzynka (1996-99)
10. Beno Bryant (1989-93)

116

Return Yards
Game

Name
No.
1. John Ross
207
2. John Ross
176
Kevin Smith
176
4. Kevin Smith
168
5. Reggie Brown
166
6. Jim Krieg
161
7. Roc Alexander
155
8. Buddy Kennamer 152
9. Kevin Smith
150
10. Quinton Richardson 147
Louis Rankin
147

Season


Name
1. Louis Rankin (2007)
2. Kevin Smith (2011)
3. John Ross (2014)
4. Toure Butler (1998)
5. Roc Alexander (2001)
6. Charles Frederick (2002)
7. John Ross (2013)
8. Jordan Polk (2008)
9. Jesse Callier (2011)
Jim Krieg (1970)

Career

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Opponent
UCLA, 2014
Oklahoma St., 2014
USC, 2011
Stanford, 2011
Oregon, 1974
Stanford, 1970
Arizona, 2001
UCLA, 1969
Arizona, 2011
Notre Dame, 2009
Arizona State, 2007

No. Yds. Avg.


40 976 24.4
37 958 25.9
38 938 24.7
27 748 27.7
22 623 28.3
30 601 20.0
31 720 23.2
32 595 18.6
25 576 23.0
19 576 30.3

Name (Years)
No. Yds. Avg.
John Ross (2013-14)
68 1,637 24.1
Steve Bramwell (1963-65)
57 1,532 26.9
Jesse Callier (2010-13)
58 1,356 23.4
Kevin Smith (2010-13)
62 1,445 23.3
Steve Jones (1986-88)
64 1,397 21.8
Anthony Allen (1979-82)
60 1,373 22.9
Charles Frederick (2001-04)
72 1,329 18.5
Louis Rankin (2004-07)
51 1,206 23.6
Roc Alexander (2000-03)
39 956 24.5
Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94) 39 931 23.9

Average Return
Game (Min. 3 returns)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

9.
10.

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Jim Krieg
53.7 (3-161)
Jim Krieg
45.3 (3-136)
Anthony Allen 44.0 (3-132)
Steve Jones
41.7 (3-125)
Aaron Williams 37.3 (3-112)
Kevin Smith
37.0 (3-111)
Toure Butler
35.0 (4-140)
John Allen
35.0 (3-105)
John Ross
34.5 (6-207)
Roc Alexander 34.3 (3-103)
Toure Butler
34.3 (3-103)

Opponent
Stanford, 1970
TCU, 1971
Oregon State, 1980
California, 1986
Oregon State, 1982
Nebraska, 2011
UCLA, 1998
Houston, 1985
UCLA, 2014
Miami, 2001
Oregon State, 1998

Season (Min. 1.5 ret/game)


Name
1. Steve Bramwell
2. Jim Krieg
3. Roc Alexander
4. Toure Butler
5. Steve Bramwell
6. Kevin Smith
7. Steve Jones
8. John Ross
9. Louis Rankin
10. Derrick Johnson

Year
1963
1970
2001
1998
1965
2011
1986
2014
2007
2000

Season (Min. 1.2 ret/game)


Name
1. Steve Bramwell
2. Jim Krieg
3. Jim Jones
4. Roc Alexander
5. Toure Butler
6. Steve Bramwell
7. Kevin Smith
8. Napoleon Kaufman
9. Steve Jones
10. John Ross

Year No. Yds. Avg.


1963 21 654 31.1
1970 19 576 30.3
1957 12 342 28.5
2001 22 623 28.3
1998 27 748 27.7
1965 22 573 26.0
2011 37 958 25.9
1993 15 388 25.9
1986 20 514 25.7
2014 38 938 24.7

No. Yds. Avg.


21 654 31.1
19 576 30.3
22 623 28.3
27 748 27.7
22 573 26.0
37 958 25.9
20 514 25.7
38 938 24.7
40 976 24.4
25 607 24.3

Career (Min. 25 returns)

Name
No. Yds. Avg.
1. Jim Krieg (1970-71)
31 858 27.7
2. Steve Bramwell (1963-65)
57 1,532 26.9
3. Toure Butler (1998-2000)
33 828 25.1
4. Kyle Stevens (1977-80)
36 903 25.1
5. John Ross (2013-14)
68 1,637 24.1
6. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94) 39 931 23.9
7. Jim Jones (1955-57)
27 643 23.8
8. Jesse Callier (2010-13)
58 1,356 23.4
9. Kevin Smith (2010-13)
62 1,445 23.3
10. Anthony Allen (1979-1982)
60 1,373 22.9

No. Avg.
72
18.5
68
24.1
64
21.8
62
23.3
60
22.9
58
23.4
57
26.9
51
23.6
46
18.9
42
19.6

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Total Kick Returns (Punts and Kickoffs)


Game
Name
1. Joe Jarzynka
2. Jim Cope
3. Quinton Richardson
Joe Jarzynka
5. Kevin Smith
Anthony Russo
Isaiah Stanback
Charles Frederick
Charles Frederick
Derrick Johnson
Joe Jarzynka
Jerome Pathon
Beno Bryant
Michael Collins
Anthony Allen
Nesby Glasgow
Reggie Brown
Steve Bramwell
Steve Bramwell

Season
Name

1.
2.
3.
4.


7.
8.
9.
10.

Joe Jarzynka
William Doctor
Marlon Wood
Charles Frederick
Beno Bryant
Andre Riley
Steve Bramwell
Louis Rankin
Joe Jarzynka
Derrick Johnson
Beno Bryant
Nesby Glasgow

Long Kickoff Return (60+ yards)

No. Opponent
10 BYU, 1998
9
Stanford, 1968
8
Notre Dame, 2009
8
Utah State, 1998
7
USC, 2011
7
Notre Dame, 2004
7
California, 2003
7
Oregon State, 2003
7
California, 2002
7
Oregon State, 2000
7
Arizona, 1998
7
Washington St, 1997
7
San Jose St, 1990
7
Oregon, 1983
7
UCLA, 1981
7
UCLA, 1978
7
Oregon, 1974
7
Baylor, 1964
7
Oregon State, 1963
Year
1998
1988
2006
2002
1990
1986
1964
2007
1999
2000
1993
1978

No. Avg.
65 11.2
50 10.7
49 11.3
48 15.6
48 16.8
48 11.4
43 14.4
40 24.4
39 8.4
38 17.0
38 7.4
38 5.4

Career
Name No.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Beno Bryant (1989-93)


Joe Jarzynka (1996-99)
Charles Frederick (2001-04)
Steve Bramwell (1963-65)
Nesby Glasgow (1975-78)
Anthony Allen (1979-82)
Andre Riley (1986-89)
Ernie Steele (1939-41)
Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
Jim Cope (1966-68)

154
147
135
118
100
94
91
84
73
65

Total Kick Return Yards (Punts and Kickoffs)


Game
Name
1. John Ross
2. Jim Cope
3. John Ross
Kevin Smith
5. Kevin Smith
6. Joe Jarzynka
7. Reggie Brown
8. Jim Krieg
9. Steve Bramwell
10. Charles Frederick
Roc Alexander

Yards Opponent
207
UCLA, 2014
177
Stanford, 1968
176
Oklahoma St., 2014
176
USC, 2011
168
Stanford, 2011
166
California, 1998
166
Oregon, 1974
161
Stanford, 1970
159
Baylor, 1964
155
Oregon State, 2003
155
Arizona, 2001

Name
1. John Ross
John Ross
Paul Arnold
4. Anthony Allen
Jim Krieg
6. Toure Butler
George Guttormsen
8. Jim Krieg
9. John Ross
Hugh McElhenny
11. Roc Alexander
Kyle Stevens
Jim Krieg
14. Marlon Wood
15. Jim Jones
16. Steve Bramwell
Charlie Mitchell
Hugh Beckett
19. Louis Rankin
JaWarren Hooker
Joe Steele
22. Marlon Wood
Sam Mitchell
Ernie Steele
25. Jerome Pathon
Charlie Mitchell
Anthony Allen
Harvey Blanks
Jim Sartoris
Roc Alexander
Joe Steele
Steve Bramwell
Roc Alexander
Bob Dunn
Kevin Smith
Matt Mosley
John Ross
Charles Frederick
JaWarren Hooker
Charles Allen

Yearly Kickoff Returns Leader

Yards
100 (TD)
100 (TD)
100 (TD)
99 (TD)
99 (TD)
98 (TD)
98 (TD)
97 (TD)
96 (TD)
96 (TD)
95 (TD)
95 (TD)
95 (TD)
92
91 (TD)
90 (TD)
90 (TD)
90 (TD)
89 (TD)
89 (TD)
89 (TD)
87
87 (TD)
87 (TD)
86 (TD)
85 (TD)
84
83
80
74
73
70
67
67
64
63
62
62
61
60 (TD)

Opponent
UCLA, 2014
BYU, 2013
Air Force, 1999
Pittsburgh, 1979
TCU, 1971
BYU, 1998
Whitman, 1924
California, 1970
Oklahoma St., 2014
Minnesota, 1949
Idaho, 2001
Utah, 1979
Stanford, 1970
USC, 2005
Minnesota, 1957
Air Force, 1963
UCLA, 1961
Whitman, 1925
Wash. St, 2007
Arizona, 1997
UCLA, 1976
Wash. St, 2006
Idaho, 1952
Wash. St, 1940
Colorado, 1996
Idaho, 1960
Oregon St, 1980
Wisconsin, 1968
UCLA, 1966
Arizona, 2001
Miss. St, 1977
Pittsburgh, 1963
Miami, 2001
Michigan, 1953
Nebraska, 2011
Arizona St., 2008
Oregon St., 2013
UCLA, 2004
Arizona St, 1998
Colorado, 1959

Kickoff Returns for Touchdowns


(Listed by length of return)

Name
1. John Ross
John Ross
Paul Arnold
4. Anthony Allen
Jim Krieg
6. Toure Butler
George Guttormsen
8. Jim Krieg
9. John Ross
Hugh McElhenny
10. Roc Alexander
Kyle Stevens
Jim Krieg
13. Jim Jones
14. Steve Bramwell
Charlie Mitchell
Hugh Beckett
17. Louis Rankin
JaWarren Hooker
Joe Steele
20. Sam Mitchell
Ernie Steele
22. Jerome Pathon
23. Charlie Mitchell
24. Charles Allen

No.
100
100
100
99
99
98
98
97
96
96
95
95
95
91
90
90
90
89
89
89
87
87
86
85
60

Opponent
UCLA, 2014
BYU, 2013
Air Force, 1999
Pittsburgh, 1979
TCU, 1971
BYU, 1998
Whitman, 1924
California, 1970
Oklahoma St., 2014
Minnesota, 1949
Idaho, 2001
Utah, 1979
Stanford, 1970
Minnesota, 1957
Air Force, 1963
UCLA, 1961
Whitman, 1925
Wash. St, 2007
Arizona, 1997
UCLA, 1976
Idaho, 1952
Wash. St, 1940
Colorado, 1996
Idaho, 1960
Colorado, 1959

Year Name
No. Yds. Avg.
2015 Chico McClatcher 23 539 23.4
2014 John Ross
38 938 24.7
2013 John Ross
31 720 23.4
2012 Jaydon Mickens
19 408 21.5
2011 Kevin Smith
37 958 25.9
2010 Jesse Callier
32 733 22.9
2009 Quinton Richardson 19 369 19.4
2008 Jordan Polk
32 595 18.6
2007 Louis Rankin
40 976 24.4
2006 Marlon Wood
13 334 25.7
2005 Roy Lewis
12 257 24.7
2004 Anthony Russo
15 264 17.6
2003 Roc Alexander
13 268 20.6
2002 Charles Frederick 30 601 20.0
2001 Roc Alexander
22 623 28.3
2000 Derrick Johnson
25 607 24.3
1999 Paul Arnold
15 369 24.6
1998 Toure Butler
27 748 27.7
1997 Jerome Pathon
16 386 24.1
1996 Corey Dillon
16 357 22.3
1995 Fred Coleman
10 196 19.6
1994 Napoleon Kaufman 9 229 25.4
1993 Napoleon Kaufman 15 388 25.9
1992 Jay Barry
11 202 18.4
1991 Tommie Smith
8 136 17.0
1990 Beno Bryant
10 212 21.2
1989 Beno Bryant
20 409 20.5
1988 Steve Jones
24 499 20.8
1987 Steve Jones
20 384 19.2
1986 Steve Jones
20 514 25.7
1985 David Trimble
23 490 21.3
1984 Lonzell Hill
12 211 17.6
1983 Danny Greene
7 110 15.7
1982 Aaron Williams
8 198 24.8
1981 Anthony Allen
17 362 21.3
1980 Anthony Allen
18 424 23.6
1979 Anthony Allen
16 385 24.1
1978 Kyle Stevens
11 203 18.5
1977 Kyle Stevens
12 318 26.5
1976 Leon Garrett
15 283 18.9
1975 Stan Wilson
14 289 20.6
1974 Reggie Brown
14 279 19.9
1973 Scott Phillips
23 426 18.5
1972 Walter Oldes
18 333 18.5
1971 Jim Krieg
12 284 23.7
1970 Jim Krieg
19 576 30.3
1969 Buddy Kennamer
20 421 21.1
1968 Jim Cope
16 376 22.9
1967 Jim Cope
7 153 21.9
1966 Jim Cope
13 287 22.1
1965 Steve Bramwell
22 573 26.0
1964 Steve Bramwell
14 305 21.8
1963 Steve Bramwell
21 654 31.1
1962 Charlie Mitchell
5 136 27.2
1961 Charlie Mitchell
5 185 37.0
1960 Charlie Mitchell
8 262 32.8
1959 George Fleming
9 260 28.9
1958 Luther Carr
7 191 27.3
1957 Jim Jones
12 342 28.5
1956 Luther Carr
12 179 14.9
1955 Mike Monroe
11 104
9.5
1954 Bill Albrecht
9 152 16.9
1953 Bob Dunn
7 172 24.6
1952 Jack Nugent
12 233 19.4
1951 Dick Sprague
14 305 21.8
1950 Hugh McElhenny
9 273 30.3
1949 Hugh McElhenny
9 246 27.3
1948 Brooks Biddle
18 385 21.4
1942-1947 Statistics not available
1941 Bob Erickson
6 136 22.7
1940 Ernie Steele
6 220 36.7
1939 Dean McAdams
8 137 17.1

TD
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0

0
0
1

117

Yearly Longest Kickoff Returns


Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951

118

Yards
56 yards
100 yards (td)
100 yards (td)
37 yards
60 yards
57 yards
37 yards
63 yards
89 yards (td)
87 yards
92 yards
62 yards
54 yards
59 yards
95 yards (td)
56 yards
100 yards (td)
98 yards (td)
89 yards (td)
86 yards (td)
38 yards
45 yards
50 yards
26 yards
40 yards
35 yards
45 yards
43 yards
45 yards
54 yards
52 yards
31 yards
33 yards
50 yards
39 yards
84 yards
99 yards (td)
50 yards
73 yards
89 yards (td)
53 yards
38 yards
39 yards
48 yards
99 yards (td)
97 yards (td)
35 yards
83 yards
34 yards
80 yards
52 yards
30 yards
90 yards (td)
40 yards
90 yards (td)
85 yards (td)
62 yards
44 yards
91 yards (td)
42 yards
26 yards
30 yards
67 yards
87 yards (td)
56 yards

Player vs. Opponent


Chico McClatcher at Oregon State
John Ross vs. UCLA
John Ross vs. BYU (Fight Hunger Bowl)
Marvin Hall vs. Portland State; at Oregon
Kevin Smith at Nebraska
Jesse Callier at California
James Johnson at UCLA
Matt Mosley vs. Arizona State
Louis Rankin vs. Washington State
Marlon Wood vs. Washington State
Marlon Wood vs. USC
Charles Frederick vs. UCLA
Roc Alexander vs. Nevada
Charles Frederick vs. Oregon State
Roc Alexander vs. Idaho
Derrick Johnson vs. California
Paul Arnold vs. Air Force
Toure Butler vs. BYU
JaWarren Hooker at Arizona
Jerome Pathon vs. Colorado
Fred Coleman at Stanford
Napoleon Kaufman vs. Stanford
Napoleon Kaufman at California
Jason Shelley vs. California
Tommie Smith vs. Kansas State
Beno Bryant vs. Stanford
Beno Bryant vs. USC
William Doctor vs. Arizona
Steve Jones vs. Oregon State
Steve Jones vs. California
David Trimble vs. Oregon
Lonzell Hill vs. Miami (Ohio)
Lonzell Hill vs. Oregon State
Aaron Williams vs. Oregon State
Anthony Allen vs. USC
Anthony Allen vs. Oregon State
Anthony Allen vs. Pittsburgh
Ron Blacken vs. Arizona
Joe Steele vs. Mississippi State
Joe Steele vs. UCLA
Pedro Hawkins vs. Oregon State
Ken Conley s. Cincinnati
Walter Oldes vs. USC
Calvin Jones vs. Stanford
Jim Krieg vs. Texas Christian
Jim Krieg vs. California
Buddy Kennamer vs. Michigan
Harvey Blanks vs. Wisconsin
Gerald Wea vs. Stanford; Al Maurer vs. California
Jim Sartoris vs. UCLA
Steve Bramwell at California
Steve Bramwell vs. California
Steve Bramwell at Air Force
Charlie Mitchell vs. UCLA
Charlie Mitchell vs. UCLA
Charlie Mitchell vs. Idaho
George Fleming vs. Idaho
Luther Carr vs. Minnesota
Jim Jones vs. Minnesota
Mike McCluskey vs. Washington State
Steve Roake vs. Baylor
Stewart Crook vs. Michigan
Bob Dunn at Michigan
Sam Mitchell vs. Idaho
Dick Sprague vs. California

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Washington Record Book Individual Punt Returns


Punt Returns
Career
Season
Game

112, Beno Bryant, 1989-93


47, Joe Jarzynka, 1998
8, Joe Jarzynka vs. BYU, 1998

Punt Return Yards


Career
Season
Game

1,086, Beno Bryant, (1989-1993)


593, Beno Bryant, 1990
166, Joe Jarzynka vs. California, 1998

Punt Return Yards Per Attempt

Career (Min. 1.5 attempts/game)



13.63, Bill Cahill, 1970-72 (668 yds., 49 att.)
Season (Min. 1.5 attempts/game)

16.2, Bill Cahill, 1971 (421 yds., 26 att.)
Game (Min. 3 attempts)

40.7, George Fleming vs.

Wisconsin (Rose Bowl), 1960

Punt Returns for TDs


Career
Season

Game

4, Beno Bryant, 1989-93


3, Beno Bryant,1990
3, Mark Lee, 1979
1 on 46 occasions
(Most Recent: Charles Frederick,
86 yards vs. Oregon State, 2003)

Punt Returns
Game

Name
1. Joe Jarzynka
2. William Doctor
Andre Riley
Ron Milus
Michael Collins
Nesby Glasgow
7. S. Shackelford
C. Frederick
Joe Jarzynka
Leon Neal
Beno Bryant
Beno Bryant
William Doctor
Andre Riley
Andre Riley
Andre Riley
Ron Milus
Michael Collins
Ray Horton
Ray Horton
Nesby Glasgow
Nesby Glasgow
Roberto Jourdan
Jim Cope
Steve Bramwell
Steve Bramwell

Season


Name
1. Joe Jarzynka
2. Andre Riley
3. Beno Bryant
Nesby Glasgow
5. Beno Bryant
6. Marlon Wood
6. William Doctor
7. Ron Milus
8. Joe Jarzynka
9. Ernie Steel
Beno Bryant

No.
8 (38)
7 (54)
7 (89)
7 (74)
7 (29)
7 (35)
6 (45)
6 (35)
6 (103)
6 (63)
6 (79)
6 (18)
6 (54)
6 (33)
6 (36)
6 (37)
6 (12)
6 (31)
6 (58)
6 (67)
6 (109)
6 (30)
6 (28)
6 (48)
6 (134)
6 (113)

Opponent
BYU, 1998
Arizona St., 1988
Oregon, 1986
California, 1984
Oregon, 1983
UCLA, 1978
Wash. State, 2004
Idaho, 2003
Utah State, 1998
Oregon, 1994
E. Carolina, 1993
USC, 1991
California, 1988
Purdue, 1987
UCLA, 1986
Arizona St., 1987
UCLA, 1985
Stanford, 1983
Pacific, 1981
Arizona St., 1980
Stanford, 1977
Orgon, 1976
Oregon, 1974
Air Force, 1967
Baylor, 1964
Oregon St., 1963

Year No. Avg.


1998
47
9.0
1986
41
11.2
1990
38
15.6
1978
38
5.4
1991
37
8.1
2006
36
6.1
1988
35
6.7
1985
33
5.9
1999
32
6.8
1940
30
14.2
1993
30
4.8

Career

Name
1. Beno Bryant (1989-93)
2. Joe Jarzynka (1996-99)
3. Nesby Glasgow (1975-78)
4. Ernie Steele (1939-1941)
5. Andre Riley (1986-89)
6. Ray Horton (1979-82)
7. Charles Frederick (2001-04)
8. Steve Bramwell (1963-65)
9. Ron Milus (1982-85)
10. Bill Cahill (1970-72)

Punt Return Yards


Game

Name
Yards
1. Joe Jarzynka
166
2. Steve Bramwell
134
3. Beno Bryant
131
4. Bill Cahill
130
5. George Fleming
122

6. Steve Bramwell
113
7. Beno Bryant
109
Nesby Glasgow
109
9. Anthony Allen
108
10. Bill Cahill
106

Season

1.
2.
3.

5.
6.
7.
8.

10.

Name (Year)
Beno Bryant (1990)
Andre Riley (1986)
Joe Jarzynka (1998)
Ernie Steele (1940)
Bill Cahill (1971)
George Fleming (1959)
Charles Frederick (2003)
Ernie Steele (1941)
Ernie Steele (1939)
Steve Bramwell (1964)

No. Avg.
112
9.7
101
8.5
98
6.0
78
13.6
69
9.1
68
9.4
63
11.1
61
11.9
54
8.0
49
13.6

Opponent
California, 1998
Baylor, 1964
Arizona State, 1990
TCU, 1971
Wisconsin, 1960
Rose Bowl
Oregon State, 1963
Kansas St, 1991
Stanford, 1977
Stanford, 1981
Illinois, 1971
No.
38
41
47
30
26
26
29
22
26
29

Yds. Avg.
593 15.6
460 11.2
425 9.0
425 14.2
421 16.2
353 13.6
340 11.7
318 14.5
318 12.2
314 10.8

Career

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name (Years)
No. Yds. Avg.
Beno Bryant (1989-93)
112 1,086 9.7
Ernie Steele (1939-41)
78 1,061 13.6
Joe Jarzynka (1996-99)
101
860 8.5
Steve Bramwell (1963-65)
61
723 11.9
Charles Frederick (2001-04)
63
699 11.1
Bill Cahill (1970-72)
49
668 13.6
Ray Horton (1979-82)
68
642 9.4
Andre Riley (1986-89)
69
627 9.1
George Fleming (1958-60)
49
619 12.6
Calvin Jones (1970-72)
47
596 12.7

Punt Return Yards per Attempt


Game (Min. 3 returns)

Name Avg. (Nos.)


1. George Fleming 40.7 (3-122)
2. Beno Bryant
36.3 (3-109)
3. Anthony Allen 36.0 (3-108)
4. Bill Cahill
35.3 (3-106)
5. Charles Frederick 34.0 (3-102)
6. Dante Pettis
32.0 (3-96)
7. Beno Bryant
26.2 (5-131)
8. Bill Cahill
26.0 (5-130)
9. Ray Horton
25.8 (4-103)
10. Dave Janoski 25.7 (3-77)

Opponent
Wisconsin, 1960
Kansas St., 1991
Stanford, 1981
Illinois, 1971
Idaho, 2001
Georgia St., 2014
Arizona St., 1990
TCU, 1971
USC, 1980
Arizona St., 1996

Season (Min. 1.5 ret./game)


Name
1. Bill Cahill
2. Beno Bryant
3. Ray Horton
4. Ernie Steele
5. Ernie Steele
6. Napoleon Kaufman
7. George Fleming
8. Nat Whitmyer
9. Mark Lee
10. Ernie Steele

Year No. Yds. Avg.


1971 26 421 16.2
1990 38 593 15.6
1980 21 304 14.5
1941 22 318 14.5
1940 30 425 14.2
1992 19 269 14.2
1959 26 353 13.6
1962 16 212 13.3
1979 21 271 12.9
1939 26 318 12.2

Season (Min. 1.2 ret./game)


Name
1. Dante Pettis
2. Bill Cahill
3. Beno Bryant
4. Steve Bramwell
5. Luther Carr
6. Ray Horton
7. Ernie Steele
8. Charles Frederick
9. Ernie Steele
10. Napoleon Kaufman

Year No. Yds. Avg.


2015 16 271 16.9
1971 26 421 16.2
1990 38 593 15.6
1965 13 195 15.0
1956 12 179 14.9
1980 21 304 14.5
1941 22 318 14.5
2001 14 202 14.4
1940 30 425 14.2
1992 19 269 14.2

Career (Min. 25 returns)

Name
No. Yds. Avg.
1. Bill Cahill (1970-72)
49 668 13.6
2. Ernie Steele (1939-1941)
78 1061 13.6
3. Dante Pettis (2014-)
44 559 12.7
4. Calvin Jones (1970-72)
47 596 12.7
5. George Fleming (1958-1961)
49 619 12.6
6. Steve Bramwell (1963-65)
61 723 11.9
7. Charlie Mitchell (1960-62)
32 364 11.4
8. Charles Frederick (2001-04)
63 699 11.1
9. Jerome Pathon (1995-97)
40 435 10.9
10. Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94) 34 368 10.8

Long Punt Return (50+ yards)


Name
1. Hugh McElhenny
2. Steve Bramwell
3. Joe Jarzynka
4. Dante Pettis
5. John Cherberg
6. Dante Pettis
Charles Frederick
8. Charles Frederick
9. Ernie Steele
10. Beno Bryant
11. Henry Tiedemann
12. Calvin Jones
13. Dante Pettis
14. Ray Horton
Nesby Glasgow
16. Martin Wyatt
17. Danny Greene
Anthony Allen
19. Beno Bryant
Bill Cahill
Jack Nugent
22. Jimmy Johnson
23. Dave Janoski
Steve Bramwell
25. Andre Riley
Harvey Blanks
Napoleon Kaufman
Ken Gardner
George Fleming
Mark Lee

Yards Opponent
100 (TD) vs. USC, 1951
92 (TD) vs. Oregon St, 1963
91 (TD) vs. California, 1998
89 (TD) at Oregon St., 2015
88 (TD) vs. Stanford, 1932
87 (TD) at Colorado, 2014
87 (TD) vs. Idaho, 2001
86 (TD) vs. Oregon St, 2003
83 (TD) vs. Wash. St., 1940
82 (TD) vs. Arizona St, 1990
80 (TD) vs. Utah, 1949
78 (TD) vs. California, 1971
76 (TD) at Boise State, 2015
73 (TD) vs. USC, 1980
73 (TD) vs. Stanford, 1977
72 (TD) vs. California, 1961
71 (TD) vs. USC, 1983
71 (TD) vs. Stanford, 1981
70 (TD) vs. Arizona, 1990
70 (TD) vs. Illinois, 1971
70 (TD) vs. Oregon, 1951
69 vs. Hawaii, 1938
67 (TD) vs. Arizona St, 1996
67 (TD) vs. Baylor, 1954
66 (TD) vs. BowlingGreen,1986
66 (TD) vs. Wisconsin, 1968
65 vs. Stanford, 1992
65 (TD) vs. Oregon, 1980
65 (TD) vs. USC, 1960
64 (TD) vs. California, 1979

119

Demouy Williams
Anthony Russo
Mark Lee
George Fleming
Danny Greene
Pedro Hawkins
Calvin Jones
Bill Albrecht
Stew Crook
Don Heinrich
Beno Bryant
Mark Lee
George Fleming
Beno Bryant
Don Heinrich
Joe Jarzynka

63 (TD) vs. Washington State, 1987


62 vs. California, 2007
62 (TD) vs. UCLA, 1979
59 (TD) vs. Stanford, 1960
57 (TD) vs. Penn State, 1983 Aloha Bowl
57 vs. Cincinnati, 1973
57 (TD) vs. Illinois, 1972
57 vs. Washington State, 1954
57 (TD) vs. USC, 1953
57 vs. Illinois, 1950
53 (TD) vs. Kansas State, 1991
53 (TD) vs. Oregon, 1979
53 (TD) vs. Wisconsin, 1960 Rose Bowl
52 (TD) vs. San Jose State, 1990
51 (TD) vs. Oregon State, 1952
50 vs. San Diego State, 1997

Punt Returns for Touchdowns (Listed by length of return)


Name
1. Hugh McElhenny
2. Steve Bramwell
3. Joe Jarzynka
4. Dante Pettis
5. John Cherberg
6. Dante Pettis
Charles Frederick
8. Charles Frederick
9. Ernie Steele
10. Beno Bryant
11. Henry Tiedemann
12. Calvin Jones
13. Dante Pettis
14. Ray Horton
Nesby Glasgow
16. Martin Wyatt
17. Danny Greene
Anthony Allen
19. Beno Bryant
Bill Cahill
Jack Nugent
22. Dave Janoski
Steve Bramwell
24. Andre Riley
Harvey Blanks
Ken Gardner
George Fleming
Mark Lee
Demouy Williams
Mark Lee
George Fleming
Danny Greene
Calvin Jones
Stew Crook
Beno Bryant
Mark Lee
George Fleming
Beno Bryant
Don Heinrich
Ron Milus
Tommie Smith
Chris Stevens
Jeff Leeland
Greg Brooks
Chris O'Connor
Marshall Dallas
Vince Newsome
Steve Lipe
Willy Galoia
Bill Albrecht
Mark Jones
Mike Rohrbach
Steve Lipe
Jesse Callier
Tony Zackery
Mike Gaffney

120

Yards
100
92
91
89
88
87
87
86
83
82
80
78
76
73
73
72
71
71
70
70
70
67
67
66
66
65
65
64
63
62
59
57
57
57
53
53
53
52
51
42
32
22
22
20
21
21
15
15
10
7
4
4
3
2
0
0

Opponent
USC, 1951
Oregon State, 1963
California, 1998
Oregon State, 2015
Stanford, 1932
Colorado, 2014
Idaho, 2001
Oregon State, 2003
Washington State, 1940
Arizona State, 1990
Utah, 1949
California, 1971
Boise State, 2015
USC, 1980
Stanford, 1977
California, 1961
USC, 1983
Stanford, 1981
Arizona, 1990
Illinois, 1971
Oregon, 1951
Arizona State, 1996
Baylor, 1964
Bowling Green, 1986
Wisconsin, 1968
Oregon, 1980
USC, 1960
California, 1979
Washington State, 1987
UCLA, 1979
Stanford, 1960
Penn State, 1983 Aloha Bowl
Illinois, 1972
USC, 1953
Kansas State, 1991
Oregon, 1979
Wisconsin, 1960 Rose Bowl
San Jose State, 1990
Oregon State, 1952
Oregon, 1984
California, 1989
Washington State, 2006
Stanford, 1978
Oregon State, 1976
Arizona, 1980
Stanford, 1947
Oregon, 1981
Stanford, 1975
Washington State, 1976
UC Santa Barbara, 1971
Oregon State, 1989
Stanford, 1975
Syracuse, 1973
Washington State, 2011
Ohio State, 1986
Oregon, 1984

Yearly Punt Return Leaders

Year Name
2015
Dante Pettis
2014
Dante Pettis
2013
Marvin Hall
2012
Cody Bruns
2011
Kasen Williams
2010
Cody Bruns
2009
Devin Aguilar
2008
Devin Aguilar
2007
Anthony Russo
2006
Marlon Wood
2005
Sonny Shackelford
2004
Anthony Russo
2003
Charles Frederick
2002
Charles Frederick
2001
Charles Frederick
2000
Toure Butler
1999
Joe Jarzynka
1998
Joe Jarzynka
1997
Jerome Pathon
1996
Jerome Pathon
1995
Leon Neal
1994
Leon Neal
1993
Beno Bryant
1992
Napoleon Kaufman
1991
Beno Bryant
1990
Beno Bryant
1989
Charles Mincy
1988
William Doctor
1987
Demouy Williams
1986
Andre Riley
1985
Ron Milus
1984
Ron Milus
1983
Danny Greene
1982
Ray Horton
1981
Anthony Allen
1980
Ray Horton
1979
Mark Lee
1978
Nesby Glasgow
1977
Nesby Glasgow
1976
Nesby Glasgow
1975
Pedro Hawkins
1974
Roberto Jourdan
1973
Roberto Jourdan
1972
Bill Cahill
1971
Bill Cahill
1970
Calvin Jones
1969
Bob Berg
1968
Jim Cope
1967
Bill Sprinkle
1966
Vince Lorrain
1965
Steve Bramwell
1964
Steve Bramwell
1963
Steve Bramwell
1962
Nat Whitmyer
1961
Martin Wyatt
1960
George Fleming
1959
George Fleming
1958
Luther Carr
1957
Mike McCluskey
1956
Luther Carr
1955
Mike Monroe
1954
Mickey McKinnon
1953
Jack Kyllingstad
1952
Sam Mitchell
1951
Hugh McElhenny
1950
Dick Sprague
1949
Roland Kirkby

Henry Tiedemann
1948
Roland Kirkby
1942-1947 Statistics unavailable
1941
Ernie Steele
1940
Ernie Steele
1939
Ernie Steele

No. Yds. Avg. TD


16
271
16.9
2
28
288
10.3
1
5
47
9.4
0
12
90
7.5
0
13
91
7.0
0
16
63
3.9
0
8
64
8.0
0
8
36
4.5
0
22
222
10.1
0
36
220
6.1
0
7
56
8.0
0
8
27
3.4
0
29
340
11.7
1
18
146
8.1
0
14
202
14.4
1
15
98
6.5
0
32
219
6.8
0
47
425
9.0
1
21
216
10.3
0
18
217
12.1
0
9
107
11.9
0
25
139
5.6
0
30
145
4.8
0
19
269
14.2
0
37
301
8.1
1
38
593
15.6
3
24
91
3.8
0
35
236
6.7
0
12
158
13.2
1
41
460
11.2
1
33
195
5.9
0
20
231
11.6
1
22
234
10.6
1
20
142
7.1
0
15
178
11.9
1
21
304
14.5
1
21
271
12.9
3
38
150
5.4
0
31
275
8.9
1
29
163
5.6
0
18
38
2.1
0
23
152
6.6
0
13
68
5.2
0
16
166
10.4
0
26
421
16.2
1
20
186
9.3
0
15
122
8.1
0
16
176
11.0
0
13
128
9.8
0
13
110
8 3
0
13
195
15.0
0
29
314
10.8
1
19
214
11.3
1
16
212
13.3
0
6
117
17.3
1
15
201
13.4
26
353
13.6
17
100
5.9
7
53
7.6
12
179
14.9
11
104
9.5
2
24
12.0
4
34
8.5
6
64
10.7
7
141
20.1
7
68
9.7
0
7
94
13.4
0
2
94
47.0
1
11
114
10.4
22
30
26

318
425
318

14.5
14.2
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Yearly Longest Punt Return

Year Yards
Player vs. Opponent
2015 89 yards
Dante Pettis at Oregon State
2014 87 yards
Dante Pettis at Colorado
2013 18 yards
Marvin Hall vs. California
2012 31 yards
Cody Bruns vs. California
2011 46 yards
Kasen Williams vs. Baylor
2010 21 yards
Jesse Callier at Washington State
2009 26 yards
Devin Aguilar vs. California
2008 14 yards
Devin Aguilar vs. Oregon State
2007 62 yards
Anthony Russo vs. California
2006 22 yards
Chris Stevens vs. Washington State
2005 24 yards
Sonny Shackelford vs. Arizona
2004 11 yards
Anthony Russo vs. Oregon;

Sonny Shackelford vs. Washington State
2003 86 yards (td)
Charles Frederick vs. Oregon State
2002 21 yards
Charles Frederick vs. Purdue, Sun Bowl
2001 87 yards (td)
Charles Frederick vs. Idaho
2000 35 yards
Toure Butler at Washington State
1999 47 yards
Joe Jarzynka at Oregon State
1998 91 yards (td)
Joe Jarzynka vs. California
1997 50 yards
Joe Jarzynka vs. San Diego State
1996 67 yards (td)
Dave Janoski at Arizona State
1995 28 yards
Leon Neal at Oregon State
1994 26 yards
Leon Neal at Oregon
1993 24 yards
Beno Bryant vs. East Carolina
1992 65 yards
Napoleon Kaufman vs. California
1991 53 yards (td)
Beno Bryant vs. Kansas State
1990 82 yards (td)
Beno Bryant vs. Arizona State
1989 32 yards (td)
Tommie Smith vs. USC
1988 21 yards
William Doctor vs. Arizona State
1987 63 yards (td)
Demouy Williams vs Washington State
1986 66 yards (td)
Andre Riley vs. Bowling Green
1985 42 yards
Ron Milus vs. Oregon
1984 50 yards
Danny Greene vs. Houston
1983 71 yards (td)
Danny Greene vs.USC
1982 37 yards
Ray Horton vs. Stanford
1981 71 yards (td)
Anthony Allen vs. Stanford
1980 73 yards (td)
Ray Horton vs. USC
1979 64 yards (td)
Mark Lee vs. California
1978 22 yards (td)
Jeff Leeland vs. Stanford
1977 73 yards (td)
Nesby Glasgow vs. Stanford
1976 33 yards
Kyle Heinrich vs. Indiana
1975 30 yards
Frank Reed vs. Oregon State
1974 57 yards
Pedro Hawkins vs. Cincinnati
1973 25 yards
Pedro Hawkins vs. Stanford
1972 57 yards (td)
Calvin Jones vs. Illinois
1971 78 yards (td)
Calvin Jones vs. California
1970 38 yards
Calvin Jones vs. California
1969 18 yards
Bob Berg vs. California
1968 66 yards (td)
Harvey Blanks vs. Wisconsin
1967 30 yards
Bill Sprinkle vs. Stanford
1966 25 yards
Dave Dillon vs. Ohio State
1965 35 yards
Steve Bramwell vs. Washington State
1964 67 yards (td)
Steve Bramwell vs. Baylor
1963 92 yards (td)
Steve Bramwell vs. Oregon State
1962 44 yards
Gary Price vs. Kansas State
1961 72 yards (td)
Martin Wyatt vs. California
1960 65 yards (td)
George Fleming vs. USC
1959 53 yards (td)
George Fleming vs. Wisconsin
1958 29 yards
George Fleming vs. Oregon
1957 41 yards
Don Millich vs. Oregon
1956 43 yards
Bob Herring vs. Illinois
1955 27 yards
Steve Roake vs. Oregon State
1954 19 yards
Stewart Crook vs. Oregon
1953 26 yards
Mike Monroe vs. Colorado
1952 26 yards
Sam Mitchell vs. Oregon
1951 100 yards (td) Hugh McElhenny vs. USC

121

Washington Record Book Individual Scoring


Most Points Scored
Career
Season
Game (all-time)
Game (modern)

Most Touchdowns
Career
Season
Game (all-time)

Game (modern)

7.


10.

380, Jeff Jaeger, 1983-86


150, Corey Dillon, 1996
42, Ervin Dailey vs. Whitman, 1919
30, Corey Dillon vs. UCLA, 1996
30, Hugh McElhenny vs. Washington State, 1950

TDs by Running Backs


Season (since 1937)

38, Bishop Sankey, 2011-13; and George Wilson, 1923-25


25, Corey Dillon, 1996
7, Ervin Dailey vs. Whitman, 1919
6, Chuck Carroll vs. UPS, 1928
5, Corey Dillon vs. UCLA, 1996
5, Hugh McElhenny vs. Washington State, 1950

Points Per Game (non-kicker)

Career (Min. 18 gms) 8.32, Hugh McElhenny, 1949-51 (233 pts., 28 games)
Season (Min. 9 gms) 12.50, Corey Dillon, 1996 (150 pts., 12 games)

12.50, Hugh McElhenny, 1951 (125 pts., 10 games)
3, Ace Bulger in 1970

2-Point Conversion Attempts


Season

6, Damon Huard in 1995

Scoring
Season

Name
1. Corey Dillon (1996)
2. Bishop Sankey (2013)
3. Hugh McElhenny (1951)
4. Chuck Nelson (1982)
5. John Anderson (2002)
Mario Bailey (1991)
7. Cameron Van Winkle (2014(
8. Chuck Carroll (1928)
9. Jeff Jaeger (1984)
10. Jeff Jaeger (1986)

Career


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name (Years)
Jeff Jaeger (1983-86)
John Anderson (1999-02)
Chuck Nelson (1980-82)
Travis Hanson (1990-93)
Erik Folk (2009-11)
Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
George Wilson (1923-25)
Bishop Sankey (2011-13)
Joe Steele (1976-79)
Steve Robbins (1974-77)

Touchdowns
Season


1.
2.
3.
4.

6.

8.

Name (Year)
Corey Dillon (1996)
Bishop Sankey (2013)
Mario Bailey (1991)
Hugh McElhenny (1951)
Chuck Carroll (1928)
Bishop Sankey (2012)
Chris Polk (2011)
Rashaan Shehee (1995)
Jacque Robinson (1984)
Chuck Carroll (1927)

Career


1.

3.
4.
5.
6.

122

Name (Years)
Bishop Sankey (2011-13)
George Wilson (1923-25)
Joe Steele (1976-79)
Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
Chuck Carroll (1926-28)

TD
25
21
17
0
0
18
0
17
0
0

PAT
0
0
23
37
42
0
47
2
34
42

TD
0
0
0
0
0
35
38
38
37
0

PAT
125
159
99
134
124
23
2
0
*1
111

FG
0
0
0
25
22
0
20
0
22
19
FG
85
68
61
40
42
0
0
0
0
37

No.
25
21
18
17
17
16
16
15
15
15
No.
38
38
37
35
34
32

Name
1. Corey Dillon
2. Bishop Sankey
3. Hugh McElhenny
4. Bishop Sankey
Chris Polk
6. Rashaan Shehee
Jacque Robinson
8. Hugh McElhenny
Napoleon Kaufman
10. Joe Steele

Career

Two-Point Conversions
Season

Chris Polk (2008-11)


Rashaan Shehee (1994-97)
Mario Bailey (1988-91)
Jake Locker (2007-10)

TP
150
126
125
112
108
108
107
104
100
99
TP
380
363
282
254
250
233
230
228
224
222

Name
1. Bishop Sankey
George Wilson
3. Joe Steele
4. Hugh McElhenny
5. Napoleon Kaufman
6. Chuck Carroll
7. Chris Polk
Rashaan Shehee
9. Rich Alexis
Jacque Robinson

Points by Kicking
Season

Name
1. Chuck Nelson
2. John Anderson
3. Cameron Van Winkle
Travis Coons
5. Jeff Jaeger
6. Jeff Jaeger
7. Jeff Jaeger
Chuck Nelson
9. Ryan Perkins
Jeff Jaeger

Career

Name
1. Jeff Jaeger (1983-86)
2. John Anderson (1999-02)
3. Chuck Nelson (1980-82)
4. Travis Hanson (1990-93)
5. Erik Folk (2009-10)
6. Steve Robbins (1974-77)
7. John Wales (1994-96)
8. Cameron Van Winkle (2013-)
9. Travis Coons (2012-13)
10. Steve Wiezbowski (1970-72)

Points Per Game (non-kicker)


Season (Min. 9 games)

Name
1. Corey Dillon

Hugh McElhenny
3. Bishop Sankey
4. Mario Bailey
5.
Hugh McElhenny
6.
Napoleon Kaufman
7.
Rashaan Shehee

Jacque Robinson
9.
Bishop Sankey

Chris Polk

30
30
30
29

Year
1996
2013
1951
2012
2011
1995
1984
1950
1993
1977

TDs
25
21
17
16
16
15
15
14
14
13

Years
2011-13
1923-25
1976-79
1949-51
1991-94
1926-28
2008-11
1994-97
2000-03
1981-84

Year
1982
2002
2014
2013
1984
1986
1983
1980
2007
1985

TDs
38
38
37
35
34
32
30
30
28
28

Pts.
112
108
107
107
100
99
91
91
90
90

Pts.
380
363
282
254
250
222
193
190
173
150

Year Pts. Gm. Avg.


1996
150
12
12.50
1951
125
10
12.50
2013
126
13
9.70
1991
108
12
9.00
1950 84 10
8.40
1993 84 11
7.64
1995 90 12
7.50
1984 90 12
7.50
2012 96 13
7.38
2011 96 13
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Career (Min. 20 games)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name (Years)
Hugh McElhenny (1949-51)
Bishop Sankey (2011-13)
Joe Steele (1976-79)
Rashaan Shehee (1994-97)
Mario Bailey (1989-91)
Bo Cornell (1968-70)
Jacque Robinson (1981-84)
Napoleon Kaufman (1991-94)
Chris Polk (2008-11)
Rich Alexis (2000-03)

Points Responsible For


Season (Min. 9 games)


Name
1. Keith Price
2. Cody Pickett
3. Mark Brunell
4. Billy Joe Hobert
5. Jake Locker
6. Jake Locker
7. Brock Huard
8. Keith Price
Corey Dillon
10.
Chris Chandler

Career (Min. 20 games)



1.

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Pass Rush
450
54
420
84
318
174
0
0
318
18
198
132
168
138
0
0

Points Responsible For Per Game


Season (Min. 9 games)

Annual Scoring Leader

Gm. Avg.
28
8.32
38
6.00
39
5.74
33
5.45
37
4.86
25
4.56
37
4.54
45
4.53
40
4.50
41
4.10

Year Pass Rush


FG 2XP 1XP Total
2011 198 18 0 0 0 216
2002 168 18 0 0 0 186
1990 96 78 0 4 0 178
1991
144
30
0
0
0
174
2009 126 42 0 2 0 170
2007 84 78 0 0 0 162
1997 150 6 0 2 0 158
2013 126 30 0 0 0 156
1996
0 150 0 0 0 150
1986 120 24 0 0 0 144

Name (Years)
Keith Price (2010-13)
Cody Pickett (1999-02)
Jake Locker (2007-10)
Jeff Jaeger (1983-86)
Brock Huard (1996-98)
M. Tuiasosopo (1997-2000)
Mark Brunell (1989-92)
Chuck Nelson (1980-82)

Name
1. Keith Price
2. Mark Brunell
3. Billy Joe Hobert
4. Cody Pickett
5. Jake Locker
6. Jake Locker

Brock Huard
8. Keith Price

Corey Dillon

Hugh McElhenny

Pts.
233
228
224
180
180
114
168
204
180
168

FG 2XP 1XP Total


0
0
0
504
0
0
0
504
0
4
0
496
255
0 125
380
0
4
0
340
0
6
0
330
0
4
0
310
183
0 99
282

Year Total Gms. Avg.


2011
216
13
16.6
1990
178
12
14.8
1991
174
12
14.5
2002
186
13
14.3
2009
170
12
14.2
2007
162
12
13.5
1997
148
11
13.5
2013
156
12
13.0
1996
150
12
12.5
1951
125
10
12.5

Year Name
TD
PAT 2XP FG TOT
2015
Cameron Van Winkle
0
44-44
0
13
83
2014
Cameron Van Winkle
0
47-49
0
20
107
2013
Bishop Sankey 21 0-0 0 0
126
2012
Bishop Sankey 16 0-0 0 0 96
2011
Chris Polk
16 0-0 0 0 96
2010
Jermaine Kearse 12 0-0 0 0 72
Erik Folk
0 33-33 0 13 72
2009
Erik Folk
0 35-35 0 18 89
2008
Ryan Perkins
0 17-18 0 7 38
2007
Ryan Perkins
0 45-46 0 15 90
2006
Michael Braunstein 0 10-12 0 10 62
2005
Evan Knudson
0 28-28 0 11 61
2004
Kenny James
5 0-0 0 0 30
2003
Evan Knudson
0 33-36 0 10 63
2002
John Anderson
0
42-44
0
22
108
2001
John Anderson
0 39-42 0 17 90
2000
John Anderson
0 42-46 0 14 84
1999
John Anderson
0 36-37 0 15 81
1998
Joe Jarzynka
2
20-24
0
6-8
50
1997
Rashaan Shehee 11 0-0 0 0 66
1996
Corey Dillon
25 0-0 0 0
150
1995
Rashaan Shehee 15 0-0 0 0 90
1994
John Wales
0
25-28
0 18-25
79
1993
Napoleon Kaufman 14 0-0 0 0 84
1992
Travis Hanson
0
40-40
0 11-14
73
1991
Mario Bailey
18 0-0 0 0
108

1990
Mark Brunell
1989
John McCallum
1988
John McCallum
1987
Brandy Brownlee
1986
Jeff Jaeger
1985
Jeff Jaeger
1984
Jeff Jaeger
1983
Jeff Jaeger
1982
Chuck Nelson
1981
Chuck Nelson
1980
Chuck Nelson
1979
Joe Steele
1978
Mike Lansford
1977
Steve Robbins
1976
Robin Earl
1975
Steve Robbins
1974
Robin Earl
1973
Ken Conley
1972
Pete Taggares
1971
Steve Wiezbowski
1970
Bo Cornell
1969
Bo Cornell
1968
Bo Cornell
1967
Don Martin
1966
Don Martin
1965
Dave Williams
1964
Charlie Browning
1963
Junior Coffey
1962
Junior Coffey
1961
Nat Whitmyer
1960
George Fleming
1959
Bob Schloredt
1958
Bob Hivner
1957
Bob Dunn
1956
Dean Derby
1955
Credell Green
1954
Bob Dunn
1953
George Black
1952
George Black
1951
Hugh McElhenny
1950
Hugh McElhenny
1949
Roland Kirkby
1948
Marshall Dallas
1947
Herb Harlow
Dick Ottele
Sam Robinson
Marshall Dallas
1946
Brooks Biddle
1945
Gordy Hungar
1944
Keith DeCourcey
1943
Pete Susick
1942
Bob Erickson
1941
Jack Stackpool
1940
Earl Younglove
1939
Don Jones
1938
Dick Johnson
1937
Merle Miller
1936
Jimmy Cain
1935
By Haines
1934
Burl Bufkin
1933
Bill Smith
1932
Paul Sulkosky
1931
Merle Hufford
1930
August Buse
1929
Merle Hufford
Jack Middlestedt
1928
Chuck Carroll
1927
Chuck Carroll
1926
Harold Patton
Gene Cook
1925
George Wilson
1924
George Wilson
1923
George Wilson
1922
Wayne Hall
1921
Ray Eckman
1920
Ted Faulk
1919
Ervin Dailey
1918
No Team
1917
Ross Williams
1916
Ernest Murphy

13
0-0
2-3
0
82
0
31-33
0 16-19
79
0
30-30
0 10-15
60
0
33-33
0 11-18
66
0
42-43
0 19-23
99
0
21-21
0 23-26
90
0
34-37
0 22-28
100
0
28-29
0 21-27
91
0
37-37
0 25-26
112
0
31-31
0 16-20
79
0
31-34
0 20-28
91
12
0-0
1-1
0
74
0
33-33
0 13-22
72
0
40-40
0 16-24
88
7
0-0
1-1
0
44
0
21-22
0
7-12
42
10 0-0 0 0 60
4 0-0 0 0 24
11 0-0 0 0 66
0
41-46
0
6-13
59
9 0-0 0 0 54
4 0-0 0 0 24
6 0-0 0 0 36
0
14-15
0 10-17
44
0
15-17
0 10-11
45
10
0-0
0
0-1
60
7 0-0 0 0 42
6 0-0 0 0 36
8 0-0 0 0 48
3
0-0
1-1
0
20
5
25-26
0
5-7
70
9
2-4
2-2
0
60
6
0-0
0-1
0
36
3
9-13
0
0-1
27
7
18-23
0
1-2
63
5 0-0 0 0 30
2
7-9
0
1-1
22
4 0-0 0 0 24
7 0-0 0 0 42
17 23 0 0
125
14 0-0 0 0 84
5 0-0 0 0 30
4 0-0 0 0 24
2 0-0 0 0 12
2 0-0 0 0 12
2 0-0 0 0 12
2 0-0 0 0 12
4 0-0 0 0 24
4 0-0 0 0 24
12 0-0 0 0 72
8 0-0 0 0 48
4 0-0 0 0 24
4 0-0 0 0 24
4 0-0 0 0 24
3
1 0 0 19
4 0-0 0 0 24
7 0-0 0 0 42
6
1 0 0 37
5 0-0 0 0 30
5 0-0 0 0 30
4
6 0 3 39
5
2 0 0 32
4
2 0 0 26
6
2 0 0 38
2 0-0 0 0 12
2 0-0 0 0 12
14 0-0 0 0 84
13
1 0 0 79
6 0-0 0 0 36
0 15 0 7 36
14
1 0 0 85
14
1 0 0 85
10 0-0 0 0 60
4 0-0 0 0 24
2
6 0 0 18
1
5 0 1 14
7
0 0 0 42
1
5

2 0 0 8
0 0 0 30

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Washington Record Book Individual Defense


Tackles by a Linebacker (since 1966)
Career
Season
Game

578, Michael Jackson, 1975-78


219, Michael Jackson, 1977
29, Michael Jackson vs. WSU, 1977
29, Michael Jackson vs. OSU, 1977

Tackles by a Lineman (since 1966)

Career
Season

350, David Pear, 1972-74


190, David Pear, 1973

Tackles for Loss (since 1977)

Career
61.5, Jason Chorak, 1994-97
Season
25.0 Hauoli Kikaha, 2014
Game
6.0, Manase Hopoi at USC, 2004;

Jerry Jensen vs. ASU, 1997

Career
Season

268.5, Travis Richardson, 1987-90


139.0, Hauoli Kikaha, 2014
35, Hauoli Kikaha, 2010-14
19.0, Hauoli Kikaha, 2014
5, Mark Stewart vs. UCLA, 1982
5, Ron Holmes vs. Navy, 1983

Passes Broken Up (since 1977)


Career
Season

32, Desmond Trufant (2009-12)


15, Ray Horton, 1981

Fumbles Caused
Career
Season

10, Reggie Rogers, 1978-82


6, Mason Foster, 2009
8, Chico Fraley, 1988-91
8, Ricky Andrews, 1985-88
8, Travis Richardson1987-90
5, Danny Shelton, 2014
4, Shaq Thompson, 2014
4, Ben Mahdavi, 2001
4, Nigel Burton, 1998
4, Tony Parrish, 1996
4, Ron Hadley, 1985
4, Jim Rodgers, 1984
4, Vestee Jackson, 1984
4, J.C. Pearson, 1983
4, Fletcher Jenkins, 1981
4, Antowaine Richardson, 1978

Tackles
Game (Since 1959)

Name
1. Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson
3. Michael Jackson
George Jugum
5. Joe Krakoski
6. Ken Driscoll
7. Stan Walderhaug
George Jugum
9. Mark Jerue
Michael Jackson

Season (Since 1967)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

10.

124

No.
29
29
28
28
27
26
25
25
24
24

Opponent
Washington State, 1977
Oregon State, 1977
Mississippi State, 1977
Oregon, 1968
Washington State, 1983
Oregon, 1980
Syracuse, 1977
California, 1968
Arizona State, 1981
Alabama, 1978

Name (Year) UT AT
Michael Jackson (1977)
119 100
David Rill (1985)
94 110
Dan Lloyd (1973)
111
90
Mike Baldassin (1976)
88 112
David Rill (1987)
85 103
Dave Pear (1973)
86
99
Ricky Andrews (1988)
93
77
Michael Jackson (1978)
85
83
James Clifford (1989)
92
76
Mason Foster (2010)
106
57

TOT
219
204
201
200
188
185
170
168
168
163

TOT
578
575
502
486
389
386
401
378
376
375


1.
2.
3.
4.

6.

8.
9.
10.

Name (Year)
Hauoli Kikaha (2014)
Ron Holmes (1983)
Victor Aiyewa (2010)
Manase Hopoi (2004)
Jason Chorak (1996)
Martin Harrison (1989)
Dennis Brown (1987)
Steve Emtman (1991)
Jason Chorak (1997)
DMarco Farr (1993)

Career (Since 1967)


No.
20
17
15
15
15
15
15
15
14
14
14
14
14
14
14

Opponent
Washington State, 1977
Washington State, 1969
UCLA, 1982
Washington State, 1983
Arizona State, 1979
Oregon State, 1977
Mississippi State, 1977
Syracuse, 1973
Washington State, 1983
Arizona State, 1981
Alabama, 1978
Syracuse, 1977
Colorado, 1976
Hawaii, 1973
Oregon, 1968

Name
No.
1. Manase Hopoi
6
Jerry Jensen
6
3. Larry Tripplett
5
Dave Hoffmann
5
Ron Holmes
5
Lynn Madsen
5
Michael Jackson 5
8. Travis Feeny
4.5
Hauoli Kikaha
4.5
Danny Shelton
4.5
Daniel Teo-Nesheim 4.5
Manase Hopoi
4.5
Jaime Fields
4.5
14. Hauoli Kikaha
4
Princeton Fuimaono 4
Joe Lobendahn
4
Manase Hopoi
4
Manase Hopoi
4
Marquis Cooper
4
Kai Ellis
4
Hakim Akbar
4
Todd Johnson
4
Lester Towns
4
Lester Towns
4
Jerry Jensen
4
Jason Chorak
4
DMarco Farr
4
Jamal Fountaine
4
Steve Emtman
4
Donald Jones
4
Steve Roberts
4
Fred Small
4
Tony Caldwell
4
Fletcher Jenkins
4
Tony Caldwell
4
Scott Garnett
4
Doug Martin
4
Doug Martin
4

Opponent
USC, 2004
Arizona State, 1997
Idaho, 2001
USC, 1991
Navy, 1983
LSU, 1983
Oregon State, 1977
USC, 2015
California, 2014
Eastern Wash., 2014
California, 2009
San Jose State, 2004
San Jose State, 1990
Arizona State, 2014
Washington State, 2011
Fresno State, 2004
Arizona, 2002
Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl
Wyoming, 2002
Washington State, 2002
Oregon, 2000
Utah State, 1998
Washington State, 1997
Oregon, 1997
USC, 1996
UCLA, 1996
Ohio State, 1993
Stanford, 1993
Arizona, 1991
Kansas State, 1991
BYU, 1986
Oregon, 1984
USC, 1981
Stanford, 1981
Pacific, 1981
Pacific, 1981
Washington State, 1978
Minnesota, 1977

Tackles For Loss


Game (Since 1967)

Fumbles Recovered
Career


Season









Name (Years) UT AT
Michael Jackson (1975-78) 304 274
David Rill (1984-87)
266 309
Dan Lloyd (1972-75)
230 272
Ken Driscoll (1979-82)
239 247
Al Burleson (1973-75)
222 167
Mike Baldassin (1974-76)
171 215
Joe Kelly (1982-85)
210 191
Mason Foster (2007-10)
241 137
Tim Meamber (1981-84)
185 191
Bruce Harrell (1976-79)
173 202

Name
1. Michael Jackson
2. Clyde Werner
3. Mark Stewart
Dean Browning
Stafford Mays
Cliff Bethea
Michael Jackson
Dave Pear
9. Joe Krakoski
Mark Jerue
Michael Jackson
Stan Walderhaug
Charles Jackson
Dan Lloyd
George Jugum

Quarterback Sacks (since 1982)


Career
Season
Game


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Solo Tackles
Game

Tackles for Lost Yardage (since 1967)

Season (Since 1967)

Career (Since 1967)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name (Years)
Jason Chorak (1994-97)
Hauoli Kikaha (2010-14)
Ron Holmes (1981-84)
Mark Stewart (1979-82)
Daniel Teo-Nesheim (2006-09)
Dave Hoffmann (1988-92)
Dennis Brown (1986-89)
Andy Mason (1989-93)
Jerry Jensen (1994-97)
Jeremiah Pharms (1997-2000)

Tackles For Loss Yards


Season (Since 1967)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name (Year)
Hauoli Kikaha (2014)
Dennis Brown (1987)
Ron Holmes (1983)
Jason Chorak (1996)
Steve Emtman (1990)
Terry Johnson (2003)
Manase Hopoi (2004)
DMarco Farr (1993)
Andy Mason (1992)
Hauoli Kikaha (2013)

Career (Since 1967)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name (Years)
Hauoli Kikaha (2010-14)
Travis Richardson (1987-90)
Jason Chorak (1994-97)
Mark Stewart (1979-82)
Donald Jones (1988-91)
Andy Mason (1990-93)
Reggie Rogers (1984-86)
Dennis Brown (1986-89)
Ron Holmes (1982-84)
Daniel Teo-Nesheim (2006-09)

Tackles By a Linebacker
Season (Since 1967)

No.
25.0
23.0
22.5
22.0
22.0
21.0
21.0
20.5
20.0
19.0
No.
61.5
51.5
51.0
49.0
47.0
46.0
45.0
43.5
42.5
42.0

Yds.
139.0
115.0
106.0
105.0
100.0
98.0
97.0
90.5
90.0
87.0
Yds.
275.0
268.5
251.0
231.0
228.5
225.5
223.0
216.0
214.0
209.0

Name
Year
No.
1. Michael Jackson
1977
219
2. David Rill
1985
204
3. Dan Lloyd
1973
201
4. Mike Baldassin
1976
200
5. David Rill
1987
188
Career (Since 1967)
Name (Years)
Tackles
1. Michael Jackson (1975-78)
578
2. David Rill (1984-87)
575
3. Dan Lloyd (1972-75)
502
4. Ken Driscoll (1979-82)
486
5. Joe Kelly (1982-85)
401
6. Mike Baldassin (1974-76)
386
7. Mason Foster (2007-10)
378
8. Tim Meamber (1981-84)
376
9. Bruce Harrell (1976-79)
375
10. Mark Stewart (1979-82)
339

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Tackles By a Lineman
Season (Since 1967)

Name
1. Dave Pear
2. Charles Jackson
3. Charles Jackson
4. Mark Jerue
5. Stafford Mays

Year
1973
1975
1976
1980
1979

Career (Since 1967)

Name
1. Mark Jerue (1978-81)
2. David Pear (1972-74)
3. Doug Martin (1976-79)
4. Reggie Rogers (1984-86)
5. Ron Holmes (1981-84)
6. Charles Jackson (1975-76)
7. Kurt Matter (1970-72)
8. Fletcher Jenkins (1979-81)
9. Stafford Mays (1978-79)
10. Ray Cattage (1980-82)

*144 tackles were as a LB in 1981


^74 tackles were as a LB in 1984

Quarterback Sacks
Game (Since 1982)

Name
1. Mark Stewart
Ron Holmes
3. Danny Shelton
Martin Harrison
Steve Roberts
6. Todd Johnson
Mac Tuiaea
Richie Chambers
Matt Jones
10. Hauoli Kikaha
Hauoli Kikaha
Hauoli Kikaha
Josh Shirley
Josh Shirley
D. Teo-Nesheim
D. Teo-Nesheim
Manase Hopoi
Manase Hopoi
Larry Tripplett
Jabarri Issa
Jerry Jensen
Jason Chorak
Jamal Fountaine
Donald Jones
Donald Jones
Travis Richardson
Dennis Brown
Ron Holmes
Ron Holmes

No.
5
5
4
4
4
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Season (Since 1982)


Name
1. Hauoli Kikaha
2. Jason Chorak
3. Hauoli Kikaha

Ron Holmes
5. Andrew Hudson

Donald Jones
7. Daniel Teo-Nesheim

Dennis Brown
9. Hauoli Kikaha

Terry Johnson

Ray Cattage

Mark Stewart
Career (Since 1982)

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

No.
190
137
129
134
131

Tackles
*354
347
323
^294
289
266
250
235
227
226

Opponent
UCLA, 1982
Navy, 1983
Eastern Wash., 2014
Oregon State, 1989
BYU, 1986
Utah State, 1998
BYU, 1996
Ohio State, 1994
Stanford, 1990
Illinois, 2014
California, 2014
BYU, 2013 F. H. Bowl
Illinois, 2013
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
California, 2009
Arizona, 2008
USC, 2004
San Jose State, 2002
Colorado, 2000
California, 1998
USC, 1996
BYU, 1996
Stanford, 1993
Michigan, 1992
Kansas State, 1991
Purdue, 1990
Arizona State, 1987
UCLA, 1982
Oregon State, 1982
Year Sacks
2014
19.0
1996
14.5
2013
13.0
1983
13.0
2014
11.5
1991
11.5
2009
11.0
1987
11.0
2013
10.0
2003
10.0
1982
10.0
1982
10.0

Name (Years)
Hauoli Kikaha (2010-14)
Daniel Teo-Nesheim (2006-09)
Ron Holmes (1981-84)
Donald Jones (1989-91)
Jason Chorak (1994-97)

Sacks
36.0
30.0
28.0
26.0
25.5

6.
7.
8.

Andy Mason (1990-93)


Andrew Hudson (2011-14)
Manase Hopoi (2002-04)
Reggie Rogers (1984-86)

Passes Broken Up
Season (Since 1977)

Name
Year
1. Ray Horton
1981
2. Desmond Trufant
2011
3. Tom Erlandson
1986
4. Roc Alexander
2001

Chico Fraley
1990

J.C. Pearson
1983
7. John Timu
2014

Dashon Goldson
2006

Derrick Johnson
2002

Dana Hall
1991

Career (Since 1977)
Name (Years)
1. Marcus Peters (2012-14)
2. Desmond Trufant (2009-12)
3. Omare Lowe (1998-2001)
4. John Timu (2011-14)
5. Dana Hall (1988-91)
6. Jermaine Smith (1996-99)
7. Dashon Goldson (2004-06)
Derrick Johnson (2000-04)
Ray Horton (1979-82)
10. Roc Alexander (2000-03)
Shane Pahukoa (1989-92)

Yearly Tackles Leaders

Year Name
Tackles
2014 Azeem Victor, lb.........................88

Kieshawn Bierria, lb..................70
2014 John Timu, lb............................108

Danny Shelton, nt......................93
2013 Princeton Fuimaono, lb.............80

Shaq Thompson, lb....................78
2012 John Timu, lb..............................91

Sean Parker, s............................77
2011 Cort Dennison, ilb....................128

Sean Parker, s............................91
2010 Mason Foster, olb....................163

Nate Williams, ss.....................105
2009 Donald Butler, ilb.......................94

Mason Foster, olb......................85
2008 Mason Foster, lb......................105

Nate Williams, s.........................76
2007 E.J. Savannah, olb...................111

Roy Lewis, cb.............................94
2006 C.J. Wallace, ss.......................105

Scott White, olb.........................90
2005 Evan Benjamin, olb..................109

C.J. Wallace, ss.........................86
2004 Evan Benjamin, olb..................105

Joe Lobendahn, ilb..................100
2003 Marquis Cooper, ilb...................89

Jimmy Newell, fs.......................84

Tim Galloway, ilb........................84
2002 Marquis Cooper, ilb.................100

Ben Mahdavi, ilb......................100
2001 Ben Mahdavi, ilb........................93

Greg Carothers, ss....................81
2000 Hakim Akbar, fs........................106

Derrell Daniels, ilb...................102
1999 Derrell Daniels, ilb.....................89

Hakim Akbar, ss.........................76

Lester Towns, ilb........................75

Curtis Williams, fs......................74
1998 Todd Johnson, wlb....................70

Lester Towns, ilb........................63

24.0
22.5
20.0
20.0

No.
15
14
13
11
11
11
10
10
10
10
PD
35
33
26
25
24
23
22
22
22
20
20

1997 Lester Towns, ilb........................91



Jerry Jensen, wlb......................91
1996 John Fiala, ilb...........................104

Ink Aleaga, ilb............................85
1995 Lawyer Milloy, fs......................115

Ink Aleaga, ilb..........................113
1994 Lawyer Milloy, fs......................106

Ink Aleaga, ilb............................96
1993 Steve Springstead, ilb...............91

DMarco Farr, dt.........................66
1992 Dave Hoffmann, wlb..................99

James Clifford, ilb......................88
1991 Dave Hoffmann,wilb..................78

Steve Emtman, dt.......................62
1990 Dave Hoffmann, wlb..................85

Chico Fraley, ilb..........................68
1989 James Clifford, ilb....................168

Martin Harrison, slb................103
1988 Rickey Andrews, ilb................170

Chico Fraley, ilb........................128
1987 David Rill, ilb.............................188

Martin Harrison, slb..................95
1986 David Rill, ilb.............................164

Tom Erlandson, ilb...................117
1985 David Rill, ilb.............................204

Joe Kelly, ilb ............................128
1984 Joe Kelly, ilb.............................162

Tim Meamber, ilb.....................140
1983 Joe Krakoski, ilb......................161

Lynn Madsen, mg....................123
1982 Ken Driscoll, ilb........................140

Tim Meamber, ilb.....................117
1981 Ken Driscoll, ilb........................162

Mark Jerue, ilb.........................157
1980 Ken Driscoll, ilb........................151

Mark Jerue, ng........................134
1979 Bruce Harrell, ilb.....................133

Stafford Mays, ng....................131
1978 Michael Jackson, ilb...............168

Bruce Harrell, ilb.....................134
1977 Michael Jackson, ilb...............219

Kyle Heinrich, ws.....................107
1976 Mike Baldassin, ilb..................200

Michael Jackson, ilb...............146
1975 Mike Baldassin, lb...................139

Charles Jackson, dt................137
1974 Corny Chenevert, lb.................147

Al Burleson, db........................139
1973 Dan Lloyd, lb.............................201

Dave Pear, dt............................190
1972 Tony Bonwell, db.....................142

Ron Shepherd, lb.....................108
1971 Gordy Guinn, lb........................140

Al Craig, lb................................134
1970 Mark McMahon, db................124

Ron Shepherd, lb.....................105
1969 Bob Berg, db..............................90

Mark McMahon, db..................87
1968 George Jugum, lb....................158

Otis Washington, de................109
1967 Steve Thompson, dt................103

George Jugum, lb......................90
1966 Tom Greenlee, de.....................120
1965 No records
1964 Rick Redman............................121

Steve Hinds..............................113
1963 * Rick Redman..............................82

Charlie Browning.......................56
* Statistics for only seven games.

125

Washington Record Book Individual Interceptions


Interceptions
Career
Season
Game

Interception Yards
Game

18, Al Worley, 1966-68


14, Al Worley, 1968
4, Al Worley vs. Idaho, 1968

Interception Yards
Career
Season
Game

254, Vestee Jackson, 1983-85


149, Alvin Burleson, 1975
124, George Jugum vs. Stanford, 1968

Interception Yards Per Return

Career (Min. 5 returns)



33.7, Tommie Smith, 1989-92

(236 yds., 7 ret.)
Season (Min. 3 returns)

49.6, Al Burleson, 1975
Game (Min. 2 returms)

62.0, George Jugum vs. Stanford, 1968

Returns for TDs


Career
Season



Game

3, Al Burleson, 1973-75
2, Anthony Vontoure, 1999
2, Walter Bailey, 1991
2, Al Burleson, 1975
2, Bob Burmeister, 1970
1 on 55 occasions, Most Recent:
Mason Foster, 37 yards vs. Ariz., 2009

Interceptions
Game


Name
No. Opponent
1. Al Worley
4 Idaho, 1968
2. Russel Harriston
3 Oregon, 1993
Tim Meamber
3 Northwestern, 1984
Steve Lipe
3 Iowa State, 1974
Steve Wiezbowski
3 California, 1972
Al Worley
3 Wisconsin, 1968
Sam Mitchell
3 Oregon, 1952
Larry Hatch
3 California, 1948
William McGovern
3 Oregon State, 1947

Season


Name (Year)
1. Al Worley (1968)
2. Bill Albrecht (1951)
3. Larry Hatch (1946)
Walter Bailey (1991)
5. Tony Bonwell (1972)
Dick Sprague (1950)
Jay Stoves (1943)
8. Derrick Johnson (2003)
Anthony Vontoure (1999)
Tony Parrish (1997)
Eric Briscoe (1990)
Joe Kelly (1984)
Roberto Jourdan (1972)
Bob Schloredt (1959)
George Fleming (1959)

Career

Name (Years)
1. Al Worley (1966-68)
2. Larry Hatch (1946-48)
3. Vestee Jackson (1983-85)
Roberto Jourdan (1972-75)
Bill Albrecht (1951-52, 54)
6. Walter Bailey (1990-92)
7. Marcus Peters (2012-14)
Sean Parker (2010-13)
Derrick Johnson (2000-04)
Reggie Reser (1992-95)
Calvin Jones (1970-72)

126

No.
14
12
8
8
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6

Yds. Avg.
130 9.3
140 11.7
114 14.3
114 14.3
67 9.6

139 19.9
62 10.3
99 16.6
138 23.0
5 0.8
103 17.2
106 17.7
53 8.8
27 4.5

No.
18
16
13
13
13
12
11
11
11
11
11

Yds. Avg.
130 7.2

254 19.4
166 12.8
161 12.4
156 13.0
72 6.5
56 5.1
118 10.7
142 12.9
100 9.1


Name
No. Opponent
1. George Jugum
124 Stanford, 1968
2. Brandon Beaver
96 Utah State, 2015
3. Vestee Jackson
94 Arizona, 1983
4. Alvin Burleson
93 Wash. State, 1975
5. Bob Pederson
90 Oregon State, 1966
6. Le-Lo Lang
87 California, 1989
7. Tommie Smith
86 Wash. State, 1991
8. Jim Katsenes
86 Stanford, 1970
9. Tre Watson
84 Colorado, 2013
10. Tom Verti
82 Idaho, 1968
11. Shaq Thompson
80 Oregon State, 2013
12. Sidney Jones
69 Washington St., 2015
13. Lester Towns
66 Michigan State, 1997
Calvin Jones
66 USC, 1971
15. Roland Kirkby
65 California, 1948
16. John Timu
63 Arizona State, 2014
17. Arnold Jones
61 UCLA, 1955
18. Travis Feeney
59 Oregon State, 2014
19. Mason Foster
56 Idaho, 2009
Tony Parrish
56 Michigan State, 1997
Jordan Miller
55 Oregon State, 2015
Mesphin Forrester 54 USC, 2007
Steve Wiezbowski 54 California, 1972
Tommie Smith
51 Stanford, 1990
Dick Ottele
49 St. Marys, 1947
Sam Mitchell
48 Oregon, 1952
Tony Parrish
45 Arizona, 1996
Budda Baker
44 Oklahoma St., 2014
Derrick Johnson
42 Oregon State, 2002
Walter Bailey
42 Arizona State, 1990

Career

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Name (Years) Int.


Vestee Jackson (1983-85)
13
Tommie Smith (1989-92)
9
Roland Kirkby (1948-50)
9
George Jugum (1966-68)
5
Al Burleson (1973-75)
8

Yds.
254
253
245
195
187

Consecutive Games with Interception

Name
No.
1. Derrick Johnson
4

2. Kevin King
3

Al Worley
3

Al Worley
3

Opponents
Stanford, UCLA,
Nevada, Ore. St., 2003
Boise State, Sac.
State, Utah State, 2015
Rice, Wisconsin,
Oregon State, 1968
USC, Idaho, California,
1968

Longest Interception Returns (40+ Yards)


Name
1. Brandon Beaver
2. Alvin Burleson
3. Jermaine Smith
4. Bob Pederson
George Wilson
6. Le-Lo Lang
7. Tommie Smith
Jim Katsenes
George Jugum
10. Tre Watson

Yards
96
93 (TD)
91 (TD)
90 (TD)
90 (TD)
87 (TD)
86
86 (TD)
86 (TD)
84 (TD)

Opponent
Utah State, 2015
Washington St., 1975
Arizona, 1997
Oregon State, 1966
Washington St., 1925
California, 1989
Washington St., 1991
Stanford, 1970
Stanford, 1968
Colorado, 2013

11. George Guttormsen 82 (TD)


12. Shaq Thompson 80 (TD)
13. Reggie Reser
79 (TD)
14. Dashon Goldson 76 (TD)
15. Chico Fraley
72 (TD)
16. Sidney Jones
69 (TD)
Roland Kirkby 69 (TD)
18. Mike Gaffney
67
19. Lester Towns
66 (TD)
Vestee Jackson 66 (TD)
Calvin Jones
66
Roland Kirkby 65 (TD)
John Timu
63 (TD)
Colin Howard
62
Arnold Jones
61 (TD)
Jim Jones
61 (TD)
Travis Feeney 59
Tom Verti
57
Mason Foster 56
Tony Parrish
56 (TD)
Steve Lipe
56
Jordan Miller
55
Kyle Heinrich
55
Al Craig
55
Lloyd Phelps
55 (TD)

Mesphin Forrester 54 (TD)
Tommie Smith 51
Roberto Jourdan 50
Jim Houston
54
Dick Ottele
49 (TD)
Roberto Jourdan 49
Travis Feeney 47
Tony Bonwell
47
Chris Linnin
45
Tony Parrish
45 (TD)
Budda Baker
44

Anthony Vontoure 44 (TD)
Vince Newsome 43 (TD)
Derrick Johnson 42 (TD)
James Clifford 42 (TD)

Darren Gardenhire 41
Alvin Burleson 41 (TD)
Steve Lipe
41
Joe Kelly
40 (TD)
John Meyers
40 (TD)
Gordon Berlin 40 (TD)

Stanford, 1925
Oregon State, 2013
California, 1994
USC, 2005
Army, 1988
Washington St., 2015
USC, 1950
Washington St., 1986
Michigan St., 1997
Arizona, 1983
USC, 1971
California, 1948
Arizona State, 2014
Stanford, 1932
UCLA, 1955
UCLA, 1955
Oregon State, 2014
Idaho, 1968
Idaho, 2009
Michigan St., 1997
Idaho, 1973
Oregon State, 2015
Washington St., 1977
Michigan St., 1969
UCLA, 1940
USC, 2007
Stanford, 1990
Illinois, 1972
Minnesota, 1955
Saint Marys, 1947
Oregon State, 1972
Arizona, 2012
Illinois, 1971
Arizona State, 1978
Arizona, 1996
Oklahoma St., 2014
Oregon State, 1999
San Diego State, 1982
Oregon State, 2002
Stanford, 1992
California, 2015
Navy, 1975
Oregon State, 1973
Stanford, 1984
Utah, 1959
Stanford, 1947

Longest Fumble Returns for TDs

Name
No. Opponent
1. Shaq Thompson 100 California, 2014
2. Jim Noe
77 Colorado, 1953
3. Don McCumby
73 Stanford, 1956
4. Greg Carothers
55 Oregon, 2003
5. Marcus Peters
53 Colorado, 2013
6. Shaq Thompson
52 Illinois, 2014
Gordy Guinn
52 Texas Christian, 1971
8. Justin Glenn
51 Stanford, 2009
Fletcher Jenkins
51 Oregon State, 1979
10. Will Shamburger 44 San Diego State, 2012

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Interception Returns for TDs

Name
No.
1. Al Burleson
93
2. Jermaine Smith
91
3. Bob Pederson
90
George Wilson
90
5. Le-Lo Lang
87
6. Jim Katsenes
86
George Jugum
86
8. Tre Watson
84
9. George Guttormsen 82
10. Shaq Thompson
80
11. Reggie Reser
79
12. Dashon Goldson
76
13. Chico Fraley
72
14. Sidney Jones
69
Roland Kirkby
69
16. Lester Towns
66
Vestee Jackson
66
18. Roland Kirkby
65
19. John Timu
63
20. Arnold Jones
61
Jim Jones
61
Tony Parrish
56
Lloyd Phelps
55
Mesphin Forrester 54
Dick Ottele
49
Tony Parrish
45
Anthony Vontoure 44
Vince Newsome
43
Derrick Johnson
42
James Clifford
42
Alvin Burleson
41
Joe Kelly
40
John Meyers
40
Gordon Berlin
40
Marquis Cooper
38
Terry Johnson
38
Mason Foster
37
Walter Bailey
37
Charles Mincy
37
Shaq Thompson
36
Derrick Johnson
36
Lance Theoudele 36
Greg Grimes
36
Bill Cahill
36
John Timu
35
Eric Briscoe
35
Russell Hairston
34
Tony Parrish
32
Al Worley
32
Jim Noe
32
Eugene Burkhalter 30
Ron Olson
30
Travis Feeney
30
Anthony Vontoure 29
Greg Grimes
29
Quinton Richardson 28
Bob Burmeister
28
Bob Burmeister
28
Azeem Victor
27
Bob Schloredt
27
Chris Massey
25
BoYates
25
Jamaun Willis
24
Walter Bailey
24
Jim Houston
24
Ink Aleaga
23
Alvin Burleson
23
Marcus Peters
21
Omare Lowe
21
Le-Lo Lang
20
Randy Coleman
20
Gordy Guinn
18
Bruce Harrell
7
Terry Johnson
0

Opponent
Washington State, 1975
Arizona, 1997
Oregon State, 1966
Washington State, 1925
California, 1989
UCLA, 1970
Stanford, 1968
Colorado, 2013
Stanford, 1925
Oregon State, 2013
California, 1994
USC, 2005
Army, 1988
Washington State, 2015
USC, 1950
Michigan State, 1997
Arizona, 1983
California, 1948
Arizona State, 2014
UCLA, 1955
UCLA, 1955
Michigan State, 1997
UCLA, 1940
USC, 2007
St. Marys, 1947
Arizona, 1996
Oregon State, 1999
San Diego State, 1982
Oregon State, 2002
Stanford, 1992
Navy, 1975
Stanford, 1984
Utah, 1959
Stanford, 1947
Washington State, 2003
Texas, 2001
Arizona, 2009
Washington State, 1991
Iowa, 1991
Illinois, 2014
Stanford, 2003
Stanford, 1978
Stanford, 1978
Washington State, 1970
Georgia State, 2014
Washington State, 1989
Miami, 1994
Washington State, 1997
California, 1968
Idaho, 1952
Washington State, 1987
Texas, 1974
Colorado, 2014
Arizona, 1999
Stanford, 1977
UCLA, 2010
Navy, 1970
Michigan State, 1970
Washington State, 2015
Utah, 1959
Oregon State, 2002
Arizona State, 1987
Oregon State, 1999
Arizona, 1991
Oregon State, 1955
Arizona State, 1994
Oregon, 1974
Portland State, 2012
Michigan, 2001
Washington State, 1988
Oregon State, 1970
California, 1972
Utah, 1979
San Jose State, 2002

Yearly Interception Leaders

Year Player
2015
Sidney Jones
2014
Marcus Peters
2013
Marcus Peters
2012
Marcus Peters

Shaq Thompson
2011
Sean Parker
2010
Nathan Fellner
2009
Mason Foster
2008
Mesphin Forrester
2007
Mesphin Forrester
2006
Scott White
2005
Josh Okoebor
2004
Evan Benjamin
2003
Derrick Johnson
2002
Derrick Johnson
2001
Roc Alexander
2000
Hakim Akbar

Omare Lowe
1999
Anthony Vontoure
1998
Nigel Burton
1997
Tony Parrish
1996
Mel Miller
1995
Ikaika Malloe
1994
Reggie Reser
1993
David Killpatrick

Russell Hairston
1992
Josh Moore
1991
Walter Bailey
1990
Eric Briscoe
1989
Eugene Burkhalter
1988
Le-Lo Lang
1987
Darryl Hall
1986
Tony Zackery
1985
Vestee Jackson
1984
Joe Kelly
1983
Vestee Jackson
1982
Vince Newsome
1981
Bill Stapleton
1980
Ken Gardner
1979
Bruce Harrell
1978
Greg Grimes
1977
Michael Jackson
1976
John Edwards
1975
Alvin Burleson
1974
Frank Reed
1973
Roberto Jourdan
1972
Tony Bonwell
1971
Calvin Jones
1970
Bob Burmeister
1969
Bob Lovlien
1968
Al Worley
1967
Otis Washington

Bob Pederson

Al Worley
1966
Bob Pederson
1965
Ralph Winters
1964
Steve Hinds
1963
John OBrien
1962
Robbie Heinz
1961
Jim Stiger
1960
Bob Hivner
1959
Bob Schloredt
1958
George Fleming
1957
Dick Day
1956
Whitey Core
1955
Mike Monroe
1954
Bob Cox
1953
Jim Noe
1952
Sam Mitchell
1951
Bill Albrecht
1950
Dick Sprague
1949
Roland Kirby
1948
Larry Hatch
1942-1947 Records unavailable
1941
Pete Susick
1940
None with more than three
1939
Don Means

No. Yds. Avg. TD


4
125
31.2
1
3
0
0.0
0
5
18
3.6
0
3
54
18.0
1
3
36
12.0
0
4
25
6.3
0
5
0
0.0
0
3
109
36.3
1
2
19
9.5
0
2
61
30.5
1
4
54
13.5
0
3
5
1.7
0
3
34
11.3
0
6
62
10.3
1
5
56
11.2
1
4
1
0.25
0
2
31
15.5
0
2
7
3.5
0
6
99
16.6
2
2
1
0.5
0
6
138
23.0
2
3
0
0.0
0
5
5
1.0
0
4
100
25.0
1
4
28
7.0
0
4
0
0.0
0
4
16
4.0
0
8
114
14.3
2
6
5
0.8
0
5
40
8.0
0
3
34
11.3
1
5
29
5.8
0
4
30
7.5
0
4
65
16.3
0
6
103
17.2
1
4
116
29.0
1
4
58
14.5
1
4
35
8.8
0
4
18
4.5
0
3
41
13.7
1
3
52
17.3
1
5
18
3.6
0
3
4
1.3
0
3
149
49.6
2
4
51
12.8
0
5
18
3.6
0
7
67
9.6
0
4
66
16.5
0
5
87
17.4
2
4
26
6.5
0
14
130
9.3
1
2
36
18.0
0
2
27
13.5
0
2
0
0.0
0
5
134
28.8
1
3
33
11.0
0
3
35
11.7
0
3
20
6.7
0
4
19
4.8
0
5
51
10.2
0
4
5
1.3
0
6
53
8.8
1
3
35
11.7
0
2
21
10.5
0
4
20
5.0
0
3
23
7.7
0
5
30
6.o
0
3
68
22.7
0
3
98
32.7
0
12
140
11.7
0
7
33
4.7
0
3
53
17.7

5
57
11.4

45

11.3

127

Yearly Longest Interception Return


Year
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1981
1980
1979
1978
1977
1976
1975
1974
1973
1972
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1966
1965
1964
1963
1962
1961
1960
1959
1958
1957
1956
1955
1954
1953
1952
1951

128

Yards
96 yards
63 yards (td)
84 yards (td)
47 yards
23 yards
28 yards (td)
56 yards
33 yards
54 yards (td)
36 yards
76 yards (td)
37 yards
38 yards (td)
42 yards (td)
22 yards
31 yards
44 yards (td)
17 yards
91 yards (td)
45 yards (td)
26 yards
79 yards (td)
16 yards
42 yards (td)
86 yards
51 yards
87 yards (td)
72 yards (td)
30 yards (td)
67 yards
34 yards
40 yards (td)
66 yards (td)
43 yards (td)
34 yards
27 yards
37 yards
45 yards
55 yards
34 yards
93 yards (td)
30 yards (td)
56 yards
50 yards
66 yards
86 yards (td)
55 yards
86 yards (td)
27 yards
90 yards (td)
33 yards
22 yards
37 yards
24 yards
30 yards
38 yards
40 yards (td)
46 yards
16 yards
33 yards
61 yards (td)
47 yards
40 yards
46 yards
37 yards

Player vs. Opponent


Brandon Beaver vs. Utah State
John Timu vs. Arizona State
Tre Watson vs. Colorado
Travis Feeney at Arizona
Sean Parker vs. Washington State
Quinton Richardson vs. UCLA
Mason Foster vs. Idaho
Trenton Tuiasosopo vs. UCLA
Mesphin Forrester vs. USC
Mesphin Forrester vs. Fresno State
Dashon Goldson vs. USC
Sam Cunningham vs. USC
Marquis Cooper vs. Washington State
Derrick Johnson vs. Oregon State
Jamaun Willis vs. Idaho
Hakim Akbar at Arizona State
Anthony Vontoure at Oregon State
Hakim Akbar vs. BYU
Jermaine Smith at Arizona
Tony Parrish vs. Arizona
Reggie Davis at Ohio St.; Reggie Reser at Oregon St.
Reggie Reser vs. California
David Killpatrick vs. Washington State
James Clifford vs. Stanford
Tommie Smith vs. Washington State
Tommie Smith vs. Stanford
Le-Lo Lang vs. California
Chico Fraley vs. Army
Eugene Burkhalter vs. Washington State
Mike Gaffney vs. Washington State
Vestee Jackson vs. USC
Joe Kelly vs. Stanford
Vestee Jackson vs. Arizona
Vince Newsome vs. San Diego State
Robert Leaphart vs. USC
Derek Harvey vs. Stanford
Joel Schmit vs. Utah
Chris Linnin vs. Arizona State
Kyle Heinrich vs. Washington State
Lance Theoudele vs. Washington State
Alvin Burleson vs. Washington State
Ron Olson vs. Texas; Steve Lipe vs. Iowa State (no td)
Steve Lipe vs. Idaho
Roberto Jourdan vs. Illinois
Calvin Jones vs. USC
Jim Katsenes vs. UCLA
Al Craig vs. Michigan State
George Jugum vs. Stanford
George Jugum vs. Stanford
Bob Pederson vs. Oregon State
Ralph Winters vs. Oregon State
Mason Mitchell vs. Air Force
Robbie Heinz vs. USC
Dave Kopay vs. California
Nat Whitmyer vs. Washington State
Roy McKasson vs. California
John Meyers vs. Utah
Bob Schloredt vs. San Jose State
Dick Day vs. Colorado
Bob Herring vs. Stanford
Jim Jones vs. UCLA
Jim Thomas vs. Michigan
Jim Noe vs. Oregon
Stewart Crook vs. Oregon
Bill Albrecht vs. Illinois

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Miscellaneous

One-Play Scoring Drives


Yards
1. 90 yards
2. 89 yards
3. 83 yards
83 yards
5. 82 yards
6. 80 yards
80 yards
80 yards
9. 79 yards
10. 78 yards
11. 74 yards
12. 73 yards
13. 72 yards
14. 70 yards
15. 67 yards
16. 60 yards
60 yards
60 yards
19. 58 yards
20. 57 yards
21. 57 yards
22. 50 yards
23. 49 yards
24. 48 yards
25. 45 yards
26. 40 yards
27. 30 yards
28. 25 yards
25 yards
30. 24 yards
31. 18 yards
32. 17 yards
33. 15 yards
15 yards
35. 14 yards
36. 8 yards
8 yards
38. 6 yards
39. 3 yards
40. 1 yard
1 yard
1 yard

Team
Oregon State, 1998
Baylor, 2011 Alamo
Stanford, 2008
Oregon, 1987
Idaho, 2000
Nebraska, 2010
Stanford, 2001
Arizona State, 1992
California, 2003
Arizona, 2010
Arizona, 1999
California, 2013
Illinois, 2013
Stanford, 2011
UCLA, 1997
Stanford, 2009
Nebraska, 1998
UCLA, 1997
Iowa, 1995
UCLA, 2014
Arizona State, 2007
Arizona State, 2009
Stanford, 1999
Arizona State, 2015
Notre Dame, 1996
UCLA, 2013
Arizona State, 1995
Washington St., 2001
California, 1993
USC, 2005
Notre Dame, 2004
Arizona, 1998
Miami, 2001
Arizona, 2001
Cal, 2005
California, 2002
Miami, 2000
Oregon, 2010
UCLA, 1999
Nebraska, 2011
California, 1999
Air Force, 1999

Long Scoring Drive (Plays)


1.
2.


5.


8.

20
18
18
18
17
17
17
16

Kansas State, 1999


California, 2014
Hawaii, 2014
Boise State, 2013
Oregon State, 2005
Arizona, 1992
Arizona State, 1989
eight times

Long Scoring Drive (Yards)


1.


4.



8.

10.

99
99
99
98
98
98
98
97
97
96

Oregon State, 2011


Air Force, 2005
UCLA, 1993
Oregon, 2002
Oregon State, 1998
UCLA, 1993
Oregon, 1994
Colorado, 2000
UCLA, 1990
two times

Long Scoring Drive (Time)


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

9:54
8:12
8.11
8:10
8:07
7:54
7:53
7:45
7:21
7:11
7:11

Kansas State, 1999


UCLA, 2008
Stanford, 2015
Purdue, 2001
Oregon State, 2005
Purdue, 2002
Oregon, 1997
Arizona State, 1995
UCLA, 2004
Hawaii, 2011
Oregon State, 2005

Time of Possession
Time
1. 40:05
2. 39:49
3. 39:22
4. 39:19
5. 39:09
6. 38:40
7. 37:47
8. 37:44
9. 37:30
10. 37:28

Team
Stanford, 2015
California, 2015
Stanford, 2010
Arizona, 2009
USC, 2004
Arizona State, 2013
Air Force, 1998
Washington State, 1983
Ohio State, 1995
Notre Dame, 2008

Scoring

Points Scored (all-time)


No.
1. 72-3
2. 67-56
3. 65-21
4. 65-7
5. 62-13
6. 58-0
7. 57-14
8. 56-21
56-17
56-0

Opponent
California, 1921
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Stanford, 2011
Miami, 2001
UCLA, 1973
Oregon, 1973
UCLA, 1969
Nebraska, 2010
Cal, 2005
USC, 2008

Points in a Half (Overall)

Points
1. 43 (2nd)
2. 42 (1st)
42 (1st)
42 (1st)
42 (2nd)
42 (1st)
7. 39 (2nd)
8. 38 (1st)
38 (1st)
10. 37 (1st)
37 (1st)
37 (1st)

Team
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
USC, 2008
Alabama, 1975
California, 1974
Washington State, 1973
Illinois, 1952
UCLA, 2003
Stanford, 2011
UCLA, 1997
USC, 2005
Miami, 2001
California, 1973

Points in a Half (1st)

Points
1. 42 (1st)
42 (1st)
42 (1st)
42 (1st)
5. 38 (1st)
38 (1st)
6. 37 (1st)
37 (1st)
37 (1st)
9. 35 (1st)
35 (1st)

Team
USC, 2008
Alabama, 1975
California, 1974
Illinois, 1952
Stanford, 2011
UCLA, 1997
USC, 2005
Miami, 2001
California, 1973
Oregon State, 2001
Oregon, 1973

Points in a Half (2nd)

Points
1. 43 (2nd)
2. 42 (2nd)
3. 39 (2nd)
4. 36 (2nd)
5. 35 (2nd)
35 (2nd)
7. 34 (2nd)
34 (2nd)
9. 33 (2nd)
33 (2nd)

Team
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Washington State, 1973
UCLA, 2003
Washington State, 1992
Oregon, 2010
California, 2004
UCLA, 2007
UCLA, 1973
Texas, 2001
Michigan, 1969

Score by Quarters
1st Quarter
Points
1. 28
2. 27
3. 24
4. 23
5. 21
21
21
21
21
21
21

2nd Quarter
Points
1. 30
2. 28
28
28
28
6. 26
7. 24
24
9. 23
23

3rd Quarter
Points
1. 29
29
3. 21
21
21
21
21
21
9. 20
10. 19

4th Quarter
Points
1. 27
27
3. 24
24
24
6. 23
7. 22
22
22
10. 21

Touchdowns
No.
1. 9
9
9
4. 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8

Team
Illinois, 1952
USC, 1954
Alabama, 1975
UCLA, 1969
USC, 2008
Notre Dame, 2004
UCLA, 2001
UCLA, 1989
Oregon, 1973
Stanford, 1970
UCLA, 1967
Team
Miami, 2001
Stanford, 2011
UCLA, 1997
Washington State, 1973
Minnesota, 1949
Arizona State, 2013
Utah, 2015
California, 1974
USC, 2005
California, 1973
Team
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Washington State, 1992
Oregon, 2010
Nebraska, 2010
Oregon, 2009
USC, 2004
California, 2004
Notre Dame, 1996
Baylor, 1954
Washington State, 1954
Team
Oregon State, 2013
Texas, 2001
Oregon, 2007
UCLA, 2003
Stanford, 1981
Oregon, 2008
Arizona, 2007
Stanford, 2000
Notre Dame, 1995
10 times
Team
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Miami, 2001
UCLA, 1973
Stanford, 2011
Nebraska, 2010
USC, 2008
Oklahoma, 2008
California, 2005
Notre Dame, 1996
Oregon, 1973
Michigan, 1953

PATs Made
No.
1. 9
2. 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9. 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

Team
Miami, 2001
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Stanford, 2011
Nebraska, 2010
USC, 2008
California, 2005
UCLA, 1973
Oregon, 1973
Eastern Wash., 2014
Oklahoma, 2008
Oregon, 2007
Oregon State, 2001
UCLA, 1997
California, 1974
Washington State, 1973
California, 1973
UCLA, 1969

PAT Attempts
No.
1. 9
9
3. 8
8
8
8
8
8
8
10. 7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

Team
Miami, 2001
UCLA, 1973
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Stanford, 2011
Nebraska, 2010
USC, 2008
Oklahoma, 2008
California, 2005
Oregon, 1973
Eastern Wash., 2014
Oregon, 2007
USC, 2005
Oregon State, 2001
UCLA, 1997
California, 1974
Washington State, 1973
California, 1973
UCLA, 1967

Field Goals Made


No.
1. 6
2. 5
5
5
5
5
5
8. 4
4
4
4
4
4

Team
Oregon State, 2005
Notre Dame, 2009
Oregon State, 2007
San Jose State, 2006
Oregon State, 2004
UCLA, 1998
Iowa, 1995
Arizona State, 2013
Arizona, 2009
Washington State, 2003
Washington State, 2002
Arizona State, 1981
UCLA, 1971

Field Goal Attempts


No.
1. 7
2. 6
6
4. 5
5
5
5
5
5
10. 4

Team
UCLA, 1971
Oregon State, 2005
San Jose State, 2006
Notre Dame, 2009
Oregon State, 2007
Oregon State, 2004
Washington State, 2002
UCLA, 1998
Iowa, 1995
11 times

129

First Downs
Total

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

7.



No.
39
35
34
33
32
32
31
31
31
31
31

Team
Oregon, 2007
Eastern Wash., 2014
Michigan, 1969
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
California, 1985
UCLA, 1976
Arizona State, 2013
Oregon, 2010
Notre Dame, 2005
Notre Dame, 1996
UCLA, 1983

By Rushing
No.
1. 28
2. 25
3. 24
4. 23
23
6. 22
22
8. 21
21
10. 20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

Team
USC, 2004
Oregon, 2007
UCLA, 1976
Stanford, 1972
Minnesota, 1957
Nebraska, 1998
Michigan, 1969
Notre Dame, 1996
USC, 1974
Air Force, 1998
Nebraska, 1997
Mississippi State, 1977
Texas, 1975
Arizona State, 1975
Michigan State, 1969
Oregon State, 1966
USC, 1956

By Passing

1.
2.


5.



9.


No.
23
22
22
22
19
19
19
19
18
18
18
18

Team
BYU, 1999
Eastern Wash., 2014
EWU, 2011
Hawai'i, 2007
Arizona, 2011
BYU, 2008
Arizona, 2007
Arizona, 2002
UCLA, 2014
California, 2014
Arizona, 2009
Washington State, 2006

By Penalty
No.
1. 6
6
3. 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Team
Washington State, 1986
Virginia, 1976
Eastern Wash., 2014
Arizona State, 2005
Washington State, 2002
Washington State, 2001
Washington State, 1996
Washington State, 1993
Washington State, 1990
Stanford, 1981
California, 1974
Stanford, 1974

Rushing

Rushing Attempts

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

8.

130

No.
77
76
73
72
71
70
70
68

Team
UCLA, 1976
Washington State, 1975
Michigan State, 1969
Texas, 1975
Mississippi State, 1977
Arizona State, 1975
Illinois, 1950
Nebraska, 1998

68
68
68
68

Oregon State, 1966


Oregon State, 1965
Minnesota, 1957
USC, 1956

Rushing Yards

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

No.
566
482
465
451
446
440
434
432
431
424

Team
UCLA, 1973
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Oregon, 2007
UCLA, 1976
Stanford, 2011
Texas, 1975
Nebraska, 1998
USC, 1956
California, 2008
UCLA, 2004

Yards per Attempt (Min. 35 Att.)

No.
1. 10.89 (35-381)
2. 10.14 (44-446)
3. 9.80 (44-431)
4. 9.27 (52-482)
5. 8.71 (65-566)
6. 8.56 (36-308)
7. 7.85 (54-424)
8. 7.64 (39-298)
9. 7.50 (62-465)
10. 7.22 (45-325)

Team
California, 2003
Stanford, 2011
California, 2008
Baylor, 2011 Alamo
UCLA, 1973
Michigan, '93
UCLA, 2004
USC, 2010
Oregon, 2007
UCLA, 2001

Rushing Touchdowns
No.
1. 8
8
8
4. 7
5. 6
6
6
6
9. 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Team
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Nebraska, 1998
UCLA, 1973
Michigan, 1953
Oregon, 2010
Nebraska, 2010
USC, 2008
Oregon, 2007
Stanford, 2011
California, 2008
UCLA, 2004
Oregon State, 2001
Arizona State, 1975
California, 1974
Washington State, 1973
California, 1973
Ohio State, 1969
Michigan, 1969
Minnesota, 1957
USC, 1956
USC, 1954

Passing

Pass Attempts

1.
2.


5.

7.

9.

No.
69
59
59
59
58
58
55
55
54
54

Team
EWU, 2011
Washington State, 2013
California, 2013
BYU, 1999
Washington State, 2015
Air Force, 1967
Texas, 2001
Oregon State, 1999
Washington State, 2006
California, 1977

Pass Completions

No.
1. 42
2. 39
39
39

Team
Hawai'i, 2007
EWU, 2011
Arizona, 2009
BYU, 1999

5.
6.

7.

9.
10.

38
37
37
36
36
35
34

Arizona, 2007
Oregon, 2005
Texas, 2001
Washington State, 2015
Colorado, 2014
California, 2014
California, 2013

Pass Interceptions Thrown


No.
1. 9
2. 8
3. 6
6
6
6
6
6
9. 5
5
5
5
5
5
5

Team
Illinois, 1952
Idaho, 1968
Oregon, 1993
California, 1986
Arizona, 1984
California, 1972
Washington State, 1978
California, 1962
Washington State, 2003
Oregon State, 2002
Fresno State, 1979
USC, 1964
Pacific, 1960
California, 1948
Stanford, 1984

Passing Yards

1.
2.
3.
3.
5.

7.
8.

10.

No.
510
508
500
475
473
473
443
442
442
424

Team
Arizona, 2007
Oregon State, 1998
BYU, 1999
Eastern Washington, 2014
EWU, 2011
Texas, 2001
Arizona, 2002
Hawai'i, 2007
Oregon, 1998
Oregon, 2005

Passing Touchdowns
No.
1. 7
2. 6
3. 5
5
5
5
5
5
5
10. 4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Team
Eastern Wash., 2014
Illinois, 1952
Oklahoma, 2008
Hawai'i, 2007
Washington State, 2007
Arizona, 2007
USC, 2005
California, 2002
Washington State, 1976
Notre Dame, 2009
Oregon, 2005
Notre Dame, 2004
USC, 2003
USC, 2002
Texas, 2001
Miami, 2001
California, 2001
California, 1975
Stanford, 1970
UCLA, 1969
Washington State, 1956
California, 1953

Yards per Attempt (Min. 15 Att.)

Yards
1. 18.47 (19-351)
2. 15.87 (15-238)
3. 15.81 (16-253)
4. 14.04 (28-393)
5. 13.84 (32-442)
6. 13.61 (31-422)
7. 13.60 (15-204)
8. 13.53 (19-257)
9. 13.33 (24-320)
10. 13.21 (24-317)

Team
California, 1953
UCLA, 1964
Notre Dame, 1996
Illinois, 1952
Oregon, 1998
Notre Dame, 2009
Alabama, 1978
Washington St., 1973
UCLA, 1997
Oklahoma, 2008

Yards per Completion. (Min. 10)

Yards Team
1. 25.7 (10-257) Washington St., 1973
2. 25.4 (20-508) Oregon State, 1998
3. 25.1 (14-351) California, 1953
4. 24.2 (13-314) Oregon State, 2000
5. 23.6 (10-236) Stanford, 1984
6. 23.2 (19-442) Oregon, 1998
7. 21.8 (11-240) Stanford, 1968
8. 20.5 (13-266) California, 2002
9. 20.1 (10-201) Iowa State, 1974
10. 20.1 (12-241) UCLA, 1961

Completion Pct. (Min. 10 Att.)

Pct.
1. 1.000 (11-11)
2. .926 (25-27)
3. .840 (42-50)
4. .818 (18-22)
.818 (18-22)
6. .810 (17-21)
7. .800 (16-20)
8. .792 (19-24)
9. .786 (11-14)
10. .784 (29-37)

Team
USC, 1965
UCLA, 1983
Hawai'i, 2007
Arizona, 2010
Oregon State, 2008
Arizona, 2008
USC, 2008
Oklahoma, 2008
California, 1958
UCLA, 2014

Total Offense

Total Offense Attempts


No.
1. 98
2. 97
97
4. 94
5. 93
6. 92
92
8. 90
90
90
90
90
90

Team
California, 1985
Hawaii, 2014
BYU, 2013
Washington State, 1970
Arizona State, 2013
California, 2015
Oregon, 2007
USC, 2004
Washington State, 1987
Oregon, 1978
UCLA, 1976
Oregon State, 1965
Minnesota, 1957

Yards
1. 777
2. 729
3. 671
4. 661
5. 650
6. 631
7. 625
8. 615
9. 592
10. 591

Team
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
California, 2003
UCLA, 1973
Oregon, 2007
Notre Dame, 1996
Oregon, 2013
California, 1973
Stanford, 2011
Texas, 2001
Oklahoma, 2008

Total Offensive Yards

Yards per Attempt (Min. 60 Att.)


Yards
1. 10.6 (69-729)
2. 9.32 (66-615)
3. 9.14 (85-777)
4. 8.95 (75-671)
5. 8.83 (60-530)
6. 8.83 (64-565)
7. 8.78 (74-650)
8. 8.44 (66-557)
9. 8.32 (71-591)
10. 8.32 (66-549)

Team
California, 2003
Stanford, 2011
Baylor, 2011 Alamo
UCLA, 1973
Notre Dame, 2009
UCLA, 1997
Notre Dame, 1996
California, 2005
Oklahoma, 2008
California, 2008

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Punting
Punts

No.
1. 13
13
13
4. 12
12
6. 11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11

Punt Yards
Yards
1. 542
2. 514
3. 507
4. 502
5. 497
6. 458
7. 428
8. 425
9. 424
10. 418

Yards Per Punt Return (Min. 4 Ret.)


Team
Arizona State, 2000
Cincinnati, 1974
Ohio State, 1958
Arizona State, 1992
Oregon, 1974
Arizona State, 2015
Toledo, 1991
San Jose State, 1990
California, 1984
Oregon State, 1983
California, 1981
Kansas, 1978
Texas Christian, 1971
Washington State, 1968
Utah, 1949
Team
Cincinnati, 1974
Arizona State, 2000
Arizona State, 2015
Arizona State, 1992
Utah, 1949
Washington State, 1968
California, 2013
San Jose State, 1990
UCLA, 1956
California, 1984

Punting Average (Min. 4)


Yards
1. 51.75 (4-207)
2. 51.71 (7-362)
3. 51.00 (7-357)
4. 50.20 (5-251)
5. 49.40 (5-247)
6. 48.60 (5-243)
7. 48.33 (6-290)
8. 47.86 (7-335)
9. 47.80 (5-239)
10. 47.67 (6-286)

Team
Washington State, 1989
Illinois, 2014
USC, 1951
California, 1986
USC, 1993
Stanford, 1987
Syracuse, 2007
Arizona State, 1990
Washington State, 2001
Oregon, 1998

Punts Blocked
No.
1. 1

Team
Numerous Times

Punt Returns
Punt Returns

1.
2.

4.









No.
10
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

Team
Arizona State, 2000
San Jose State, 1990
USC, 1952
Stanford, 2004
Ohio State, 2003
UCLA, 1997
Oregon, 1973
Oregon State, 1971
Oregon State, 1959
UCLA, 1956
UCLA, 1953
USC, 1953
Michigan, 1953
Washington State, 1947

Punt Return Yards



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Yards
141
127
125
123
117
93
91

Team
Oregon, 1973
Oregon, 2010
Colorado, 1953
USC, 1953
Alabama, 1975
Michigan, 2001
UCLA, 1998

Yards
1. 31.75 (4-127)
2. 31.25 (4-125)
3. 23.40 (5-117)
4. 21.14 (7-148)
5. 20.75 (4-83)
6. 18.60 (5-93)
7. 15.75 (4-63)

Team
Oregon, 2010
Colorado, 1953
Alabama, 1975
Oregon, 1973
Stanford, 1953
Michigan, 2001
UCLA, 1973

Punt Returns for TDs


No.
1. 1

Team
Numerous Times

Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Returns

1.
2.


5.





No.
12
10
10
10
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

Team
Oregon State, 2013
UCLA, 1970
Oregon, 1951
Montana, 1951
Oregon State, 1991
Arizona State, 1991
Arizona, 1991
Arizona, 1980
Oregon, 1974
UC Santa Barbara, 1971
Navy, 1970

Kickoff Return Yards


Yards
1. 305
2. 217
3. 207
4. 205
5. 195
195
7. 194
8. 192
9. 190
10. 187
187

Team
Oregon State, 2013
Michigan State, 1997
Syracuse, 2010
Syracuse, 2007
UCLA, 1970
Michigan State, 1970
BYU, 1986
Oregon State, 1989
Oregon State, 1992
Arizona, 2007
California, 1986

Yards Per Kick Return (Min. 4 Ret.)


Yards
1. 42.20 (5-211)
3. 34.00 (5-170)
3. 33.80 (5-169)
4. 33.25 (4-133)
5. 32.20 (5-161)
6. 31.50 (4-126)
7. 30.80 (5-154)
8. 30.75 (4-123)
9. 30.60 (5-153)
10. 30.17 (6-181)

Team
Stanford, 2013
UCLA, 2007
Washington St., 1952
Stanford, 1974
Stanford, 1988
UCLA, 1998
Nebraska, 2011
Oregon, 2011
Stanford, 2007
UCLA, 1962

Kickoff Returns for TDs


No.
1. 1

Team
Numerous Times

Penalties
Penalties

1.
2.

4.



8.
9.


No.
19
18
18
17
17
17
17
16
15
15
15
15

Team
Utah State, 1998
Arizona State, 1992
California, 1973
Nevada, 2003
Washington State, 1997
California, 1993
Arizona, 1982
Washington State, 1991
Oregon State, 2003
Washington State, 2000
BYU, 1996
East Carolina, 1993

Penalty Yards

Interception Yards

Fewest Penalties

Int. Returns for TDs


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

1.
2.











Yards
194
169
159
156
151
149
147
141
137
134
No.
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Team
California, 1973
Washington State, 1991
Utah State, 1998
Arizona, 1982
Washington State, 1997
Nevada, 2003
Stanford, 1969
Oregon State, 2003
Oregon State, 1978
USC, 1987
Team
Pacific, 1987
Colorado, 2013
Arizona, 2008
Oregon, 1986
Air Force, 1980
California, 1979
UCLA, 1972
Wisconsin, 1968
California, 1963
Oregon, 1963
California, 1958
Oregon, 1953
Illinois, 1950
Oregon State, 1963

Fewest Penalty Yards


Yards
1. 0
2. 4
3. 5
5
5
6. 9
7. 10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

Team
Pacific, 1987
Colorado, 2013
Air Force, 1980
Oregon State, 1963
Illinois, 1950
Texas, 2001
Arizona, 2008
Washington State, 2006
Washington State, 1985
UCLA, 1979
Alabama, 1975
Oregon State, 1966
Idaho, 1959
UCLA, 1956
Utah, 1954
Oregon, 1950
Montana, 1951
Stanford, 1948


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

8.
9.
10.

Yds. Team
128 Fresno State, 2004
120 Texas Christian, 1971
119 USC, 1998
117 USC, 1952
107 Oregon, 1994
99 Hawaii, 2011
99 Arizona, 1984
98 Illinois, 1971
97 UCLA, 2002
94 Colorado, 1959

No. Team
1. 2 Fresno State, 2004
2 USC, 1998
3. 1 Numerous Times

Tackles

Tackles for Loss Yardage


Yds. Team
1. 106 Oregon, 1969
2. 89 Arizona State, 2002
3. 81 Oregon, 1966
4. 78 UCLA, 1967
5. 77 Iowa, 1963
6. 76 Oregon State, 1970
7. 73 Stanford, 1971
8. 70 UCLA, 1971
70 UCLA, 1971
70 Oregon, 1963

Interceptions

Interception Returns

No. Team
1. 8 UCLA, 1969
2. 7 Stanford, 1934
3. 6 Miami, 2001
6 Oregon, 1973
6 Oregon State, 1970
6 Stanford, 1953
7. 5 USC, 1998
5 Wash. State, 1997
5 UCLA, 1973
5 USC, 1972
5 Texas Christian, 1971
5 California, 1970
5 Wash. State, 1968
5 UCLA, 1958
5 USC, 1952
5 UCLA, 1952

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Scoring

Fewest PAT Attempts

Touchdowns Scored
Year
1. 2008
2. 2011
3. 2010
1973
5. 2007
6. 2004
2001
8. 1949
9. 2014
2005
2002

No.
59
58
49
49
45
43
43
42
41
41
41

Fewest Touchdowns Scored

Year No.
1. 1940
7
2. 1945
8
3. 1942
9
1943
9
5. 1959
10
6. 1938
12
1939
12
1961
12
1962
12
1991
12

PATs Made
Year
1. 2008
2. 2011
3. 1973
4. 2010
5. 2007
6. 1949
7. 2004
8. 2014
2002
2001

No.
56
53
48
45
43
42
41
39
39
39

Fewest PATs Made

Year
1. 1959
2. 1940
3. 1945
4. 1942
1943
6. 1991
1984
8. 1958
9. 1938
1939

PAT Attempts
Year
1. 2008
2. 2011
3. 2007
4. 2010
1973
6. 2004
7. 2002
8. 2014
2005
2001

132

No.
3
7
8
9
9
10
10
11
12
12
No.
59
55
47
45
45
43
40
39
39
39

Year
1. 1959
2. 1937
3. 1960
1940
1938
1943
7. 1945
1942
9. 1984
10. 1962
1939
1941

Field Goals Made


Year
1. 2006
2. 2007
3. 2009
4. 2014
2011
6. 2010
2005
2002
9. 2012
10. 2015
1977
1987

No.
1
3
5
5
5
5
6
6
7
8
8
8
No.
25
24
22
20
20
19
19
19
17
16
16
16

Fewest Field Goals Made

Year
1. 1957
1959
3. 1955
4. 1938
1978
1967
1956
8. 1948
1939
1964
1968
1960
1970
1963

Field Goal Attempts


Year
1. 2007
2. 2006
3. 2002
4. 2009
1988
1977
7. 2014
1999
1987
10. 2015

No.
0
0
1
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
No.
33
30
27
25
25
25
24
24
24
23

Fewest Field Goal Attempts

Year
1. 1937
1959
3. 1958
1950
1951
1954
1957
8. 1962
1956
10. 1939
1964
1953

No.
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
3
3

Points Scored
Year
1. 2011
2. 2008
3. 2007
4. 2010
5. 1973
6. 2014
7. 2002
8. 2005
9. 2004
10. 2001

Points
467
463
411
381
376
347
342
337
334
323

Rushing

Rushing Attempts
Year
1. 1975
2. 1973
3. 1969
4. 1974
5. 1978
6. 1972
7. 1980
8. 2010
9. 2014
10. 1968

No.
639
630
567
562
548
534
531
530
529
526

Fewest Rushing Att.


Year
1. 1943
2. 1964
3. 1941
4. 1939
5. 1960
6. 1940
7. 1946
8. 1999
9. 1938
1996

Rushing Yards
Year
1. 2008
2. 1975
3. 1973
4. 2010
5. 2007
6. 1969
7. 1988
8. 2011
9. 1949
10. 1957

No.
177
346
353
361
363
368
375
387
389
389
Yards
2,887
2,836
2,587
2,476
2,398
2,230
2,211
2,193
2,167
2,099

Average Rushing Yds.

Year Avg.
1. 1975
257.8
2. 2008
240.6
3. 1973
235.2
4. 1969
223.0
5. 1949
216.7
6. 1957
209.9
7. 1948
205.5
8. 1951
202.9
9. 1988
201.0
10. 1954
198.4

Passing

Passing Yards

Year
1. 2014
2. 2013
3. 2011
4. 2007
5. 2002
6. 2015
7. 2012
8. 2006
9. 1999
10. 2003

No.
539
507
486
458
446
399
394
388
378
375

Year
1. 2014
2. 2011
3. 2007
4. 2002
5. 2005
6. 1998
7. 2013
8. 2009
9. 2006
10. 2003

Yards
4,012
3,700
3,405
3,373
3,033
2,984
2,959
2,888
2,882
2,801

Year
1. 1955
2. 1938
3. 1942
4. 1941
5. 1939
6. 1946
7. 1943
8. 1940
9. 1947
10. 1948

No.
119
121
129
136
137
138
139
141
144
152

Year
1. 2007
2. 2014
3. 2008
2005
5. 2002
6. 2011
7. 2001
8. 2003
9. 2012
10. 2009

No.
27
26
24
24
23
22
20
18
17
16

Passing Attempts

Fewest Pass Attempts

Pass Completions
Year
1. 2014
2. 2011
3. 2007
4. 2013
5. 2005
6. 2002
7. 2006
8. 2015
2009
10. 2012

No.
343
305
295
279
253
249
238
228
228
217

Year
1. 1968
2. 1984
1972
1959
1944
6. 1970
1951
1941
1946
10. 1993
1942

No.
30
27
27
27
27
23
23
23
23
22
22

Passing Touchdowns

Passing Yds. Per Game

Year Avg.
1. 2014
286.6
2. 2011
284.6
3. 2005
275.7
4. 1998
271.3
5. 2007
261.9
6. 2002
259.5
7. 1999
248.6
8. 2009
240.7
9. 2006
240.2
10. 1995
235.8

Pass Completion Pct.

Pass Interceptions Thrown

Year
Pct.
1. 2008 .668
2. 2007 .644
3. 2014 .636
4. 2011 .628
2009 .628
6. 2006 .613
7. 2010 .602
8. 2004 .600
9. 2015 .571
2001 .571

Fewest Pass
Interceptions Thrown

Year
1. 1998
2. 2000
3. 2008
4. 2009
5. 1938
6. 2005
2001
1939
9. 2011
2006
2004
1996

Total Offense
No.
5
6
7
8
8
9
9
9
10
10
10
10

Total Offensive Att.


Year
1. 2014
2. 2013
3. 2007
4. 2011
5. 2002
6. 2010
7. 2012
8. 2015
8. 1973
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No.
1,068
1,015
946
917
893
889
865
864
858
826

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Fewest Offensive Att.
Year
1. 1943
2. 1941
3. 1939
4. 1940
5. 1938
6. 1946
7. 1942
8. 1953
9. 1964
10. 1955

No.
316
489
498
509
510
513
537
592
602
603

Total Offensive Yards


Year
1. 2011
2. 2007
3. 2014
4. 2008
5. 2013
6. 2010
7. 2009
8. 2012
9. 2002
10. 2003

Yards
5,893
5,803
5,749
5,421
5,056
5,003
4,674
4,646
4,643
4,620

Avg. Total Offense per Game

Year Avg.
1. 2011
453.3
2. 2007
446.4
3. 2008
451.8
4. 2005
419.1
5. 1969
415.0
6. 2014
405.8
7. 1998
402.5
8. 1973
400.0
9. 2009
389.5
10. 1999
389.4

First Downs

Total First Downs


Year
1. 2014
2. 2011
3. 2013
4. 2007
5. 2008
6. 2010
7. 2005
8. 2012
9. 2002
10. 2009

No.
316
297
280
278
268
265
247
239
236
234

Year
1. 1975
2. 2008
3. 1973
4. 2010
1969
6. 1957
7. 2007
8. 2013
9. 1985
10. 1988
1954

No.
152
148
133
132
132
120
118
114
111
110
110

By Rushing

By Passing
Year
1. 2014
2. 2011
3. 2007
4. 2013
5. 2005
6. 2002
7. 2006
8. 2009
9. 2015
10. 1999

No.
188
167
149
143
142
139
131
126
120
117

By Penalty

Fewest Fumbles Lost

Year
1. 2008
2. 2006
3. 2013
2010
5. 2005
1938
7. 1997
1987
9. 2003
1961
1960

Year No.
1. 2012
28
2. 2014
27
2001
27
4. 2013
23
1971
23
6. 2011
22
2002
22
1993
22
9. 1974
21
10. 2015
20
1999
20
1984
20

Penalties

Fumbles

Fewest Penalties

Fumbles

Year
1. 1980
2. 1971
3. 1970
1955
1973
6. 1974
1937
9. 1953
10. 1981
1972
1959
1984

Fewest Fumbles

No.
51
44
43
43
43
41
41
40
37
37
37
37

Year
1. 2003
2. 2008
2005
4. 2013
5. 2004
1995
1999
1938
1946
10. 2006
1966
1944

No.
14
16
16
17
18
18
18
18
18
19
19
19

Year
1. 1980
1984
3. 1970
1974
1982
6. 1971
1955
1954
1967
1952

No.
24
24
22
22
22
21
21
21
21
21

Fumbles Lost

No.
3
4
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
10

Penalties
Year
1. 1998
2. 2003
2002
4. 1997
5. 1993
1992
7. 2007
8. 1996
9. 2000
10. 2010

No.
127
113
113
109
101
101
100
99
94
92

Year
1. 1963
2. 1944
3. 1938
1939
1937
6. 1940
1941
8. 1962
9. 1959
10. 1946
1966

Penalty Yards
Year
1. 1998
2. 2003
3. 2002
4. 1997
5. 2010
6. 2007
7. 2000
8. 1993
9. 1996
10. 2014

No.
24
25
26
26
26
28
28
36
38
39
39
Yards
1,095
995
949
838
828
825
790
786
761
738

Fewest Penalty Yards


Year
1. 1939
2. 1937
3. 2008
4. 1944
5. 1938
6. 1941
7. 1940
8. 1963
9. 1946
10. 1945

Yards
170
195
202
215
222
234
252
259
317
320

Interceptions
Interceptions
Year
1. 1973
2. 1970
1972
4. 2004
1938
1969
1971
8. 1951
1952
10. 1940
1958
1966
1974

Fewest Interceptions

Year
1. 1943
1963
3. 2014
1995
1996
6. 1955
1959
1977
1992
10. 2013
1956

Interception Yards

Fewest Punts
No.
31
26
26
24
24
24
24
21
21
20
20
20
20
No.
4
4
6
6
6
7
7
7
7
8
8

Year
1. 2004
2. 2011
3. 1952
4. 2001
5. 1951
6. 2012
7. 1994
8. 1940
9. 2006
10. 1984

Yards
380
322
292
274
264
262
252
248
236
224

Year
1. 1988
2. 1990
3. 1997
4. 1992
5. 1981
6. 1983
1996
8. 1943
9. 2010
10. 2013

Yards
25
45
50
51
54
55
55
60
61
63

Fewest Interception Yards

Punts
Punts

Year
1. 1938
2. 1937
3. 1991
4. 1940
1942
6. 1990
7. 1981
8. 1939
9. 1992
10. 1940

No.
105
96
87
85
85
82
81
80
79
77

Year
1. 1944
2. 1954
3. 2008
1943
5. 2009
6. 2005
1957
8. 2011
9. 1948
1975
1963

Punt Yards
Year
1. 1938
2. 1937
3. 1940
4. 1991
5. 1992
6. 1990
7. 1939
8. 1942
9. 2003
10. 1981

Fewest Punt Yards

No.
33
34
37
37
42
44
44
45
49
49
49
Yards
3,992
3,511
3,355
3,285
3,277
3,220
3,135
3,057
3,015
2,985

Year
1. 1944
2. 1954
3. 1943
4. 2008
5. 2005
6. 1963
7. 1957
8. 2011
9. 2009
10. 1948

Yards
1,017
1,140
1,284
1,402
1,666
1,681
1,692
1,755
1,700
1,786

Year
1. 1981
2. 1982
1989
4. 1991
2000
1984
1979
1976
1987
1975
1944

No.
5
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Punts Had Blocked

Punting Average

Year Avg.
1. 2014
42.4
2. 2010
42.0
3. 1992
41.5
4. 2011
41.3
5. 1996
41.1
6. 2007
41.0
1997
41.0
8. 2015
40.7
9. 2001
40.6
10. 2009
40.5

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Lowest Punting Avg.

Year Avg.
1. 1944
30.8
2. 1961
32.5
3. 1954
33.5
4. 1952
33.6
5. 1946
33.8
6. 1958
34.1
7. 1963
34.3
8. 1955
34.4
9. 1943
34.7
10. 1953
35.2

Punt Returns
Punt Returns
Year
1. 1938
2. 1942
3. 1940
4. 1953
5. 1941
6. 1990
7. 1998
8. 2010
2003
1967
1957
Year
1. 1964
2. 2015
2014
4. 1943
5. 1983
6. 1996
7. 2011
1991
1965
1994

No.
11
12
12
13
14
15
17
17
17
17

Year
1. 1938
2. 1953
3. 1973
4. 1957
5. 1946
6. 1939
7. 1941
8. 2010
9. 1972
10. 1998

Yards
555
480
454
397
377
367
365
364
357
354

Punt Return Yards

134

Year
1. 1964
2. 1962
3. 2014
4. 1963
5. 1978
6. 2015
7. 2011
8. 1960
9. 1959
10. 1956

Yards
30
41
50
55
75
80
87
90
97
101

Avg. Per Punt Return

No.
86
44
42
40
39
38
37
36
36
36
36

Fewest Punt Returns

Fewest Punt Return Yards

Year Avg.
1. 2006
14.9
2. 2008
14.5
3. 1973
13.4
4. 1946
13.0
1949
13.0
6. 2005
12.7
7. 1996
12.4
8. 1983
12.2
9. 1953
12.0
1982
12.0

Lowest Punt Return


Average

Year Avg.
1. 1962
2.3
2. 1964
2.7
3. 1959
2.9
4. 1963
3.1
5. 1958
3.2
6. 1960
3.8
7. 1978
3.9
8. 2014
4.2
9. 1956
4.4
10. 1977
4.5

Kickoff Returns

Fewest Kickoff Return


Yards

Most Kickoff Returns


Year
1. 2013
2007
1991
4. 2011
5. 2014
1971
7. 1986
8. 2009
1970
1989

No.
70
70
70
69
63
63
61
58
58
58

Fewest Kickoff Returns


Year
1. 1985
2. 1939
1938
4. 1954
1941
6. 1958
1983
8. 1964
1948
1942
1957
1963

Kickoff Return Yards


Year
1. 2007
2. 2013
3. 2011
4. 2010
5. 2014
6. 2009
7. 1986
8. 1971
9. 1970
10. 1989

Year
1. 1939
2. 1985
3. 1943
4. 1938
5. 1948
6. 1964
7. 1961
8. 1941
9. 1968
10. 1983

Yards
276
279
329
344
387
389
413
423
424
438

Kickoff Return Avg.


No.
15
17
17
21
21
22
22
23
23
23
23
23

Yards
1,723
1,698
1,634
1,301
1,279
1,198
1,147
1,126
1,121
1,109

Year Avg.
1. 2005
27.5
2. 2007
24.6
3. 2013
24.3
4. 2010
24.1
5. 2011
23.7
6. 1940
23.3
7. 1958
22.9
8. 2002
22.4
9. 1954
22.3
10. 2012
22.1

Lowest Kickoff Return


Average

Year Avg.
1. 1943
12.6
2. 1993
13.9
3. 1949
14.4
4. 1996
15.1
5. 1991
15.5
6. 1939
16.2
7. 1961
16.5
8. 1948
16.8
9. 1964
16.9
10. 1955
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Washington Record Book Opponent Individual Records


Rushing Attempts

Name
1. Ryan Knight
2. Ricky Bell
3. Thurman Thomas
4. Marcus Allen
Charles White
6. Michael Black
7. Yvenson Bernard
Jerome Harrison
Eddie George
Tony Robinson
11. Yvenson Bernard
Steven Jackson
Joe Igber
Gaston Green
Fred Crutcher
Theotis Brown

Rushing Yards

Name
1. Maurice Drew
2. Jahvid Best
3. DeShaun Foster
4. Jonathan Stewart
5. Charles White
6. Thurman Thomas
7. Tyrone Wheatley
O.J. Simpson
9. Allen Bradford
10. Michael Bell

No.
44
42
40
38
38
37
36
36
36
36
35
35
35
35
35
35

Opponent
USC, 1985
USC, 1975
Oklahoma State, 1985
USC, 1981
USC, 1979
Washington State, 1997
Oregon State, 2007
Washington State, 2006
Ohio State, 1995
Oregon State, 1980
Oregon State, 2005
Oregon State, 2002
California, 1999
UCLA, 1986
USC, 1984
UCLA, 1976

No.
322
311
305
251
243
237
235
235
223
222

Opponent
UCLA, 2004
California, 2008
UCLA, 2001
Oregon, 2007
USC, 1979
Oklahoma State, 1985
Michigan, 1993 Rose Bowl
USC, 1967
USC, 2010
Arizona, 2003

Two 100-Yard Rushers

Names
Yards Opponent
T. Ganaway, T. Reese, J. Salubi (3)
200/101/101 Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Stepfan Taylor & Tyler Gaffney
138/117
Stanford, 2011
T. Martinez, R. Helu, R. Burkhead (3)
137/110/104 Nebraska, 2010
Chris Brown & DeMarco Murray
107/100
Oklahoma, 2008
Jonathan Stewart & Andre Crenshaw 251/113
Oregon, 2007
Chris Markey & Kahlil Bell
193/109
UCLA, 2007
Stafon Johnson & Chauncey Washington 122/106
USC, 2007
J.J. Arrington & Marshawn Lynch
122/112
California, 2004
J.J. Arrington & Marcus O'Keith
185/103
California, 2003
Joel Makovicka & Ahman Green
129/129
Nebraska, 1997
Sedrick Shaw & Tavian Banks
135/122
Iowa, 1995 Sun Bowl
Mario Bates & George Montgomery
163/100
Arizona State, 1993
Tim Harris & James Matthews
124/110
Washington State, 1982
Theotis Brown & James Owens
220/123
UCLA, 1976
Earl Campbell & Marty Akins
198/140
Texas, 1975
Randy Tyler & Mark Harmon
108/107
UCLA, 1972
Billy DuPree & Gordon Bowdell
103/101
Michigan State, 1970
Rex Kern & James Otis
139/111
Ohio State, 1969
Glenn Doughty & Don Moorhead
191/128
Michigan, 1969
Don Highsmith & Eric Allen
148/113
Michigan State, 1969

Rushing Touchdowns

1.

3.



7.








Name
Terrance Ganaway
Maurice Drew
Royce Freeman
Myles Jack
Jahvid Best
DeShaun Foster
Jovan Stephenson
LaMichael James
Jacquizz Rodgers
Taylor Martinez
J.R. Lemon
Michael Bell
Chris Perry
Tyler Ebell
Steven Jackson
Cale Bonds

No.
5
5
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Opponent
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
UCLA, 2004
Oregon, 2014
UCLA, 2013
California, 2008
UCLA, 2001
Oregon State, 2011
Oregon, 2010
Oregon State, 2010
Nebraska, 2010
Stanford, 2004
Arizona, 2003
Michigan, 2002
UCLA, 2002
Oregon State, 2001
Air Force, 1999

DAngelo Evans
Bobby Newcombe
Skip Hicks
Kevin Eafon
Tyrone Wheatley
Shaumbe Wright-Fair
Jeff Wickersham
Darrin Nelson
Fred Reitzel
Theotis Brown
Johnny Davis
Andrew Jones
Randy Tyler
James Otis
Sam Baker

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Average per Rush (Min. 15 attempts)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Jahvid Best
16.37 (19-311)
Tyrone Wheatley
15.67 (15-235)
Gary Danielson
13.31 (16-213)
Maurice Drew
12.38 (26-322)
Mario Bates
11.26 (19-214)
Allen Bradford
10.62 (21-223)
Anthony Kimble
10.47 (15-157)
LaMichael James
10.40 (15-156)
DeShaun Foster
9.84 (31-305)
Terrance Ganaway
9.52 (21-200)

Longest Rush

Name
1. DeShaun Foster
2. Terrance Ganaway
3. Tyrone Wheatley
Brian Brown
5. O.J. Simpson
6. Willie Alderson
7. Taylor Martinez
Brian Allen
Mario Bates
10. Curtis McNeal

Rushing Yards by Quarterback


Name
1. Gary Danielson

Passing Attempts

Name
1. Bo Levi Mitchell
2. Connor Halliday
Jared Goff
Kevin Feterik
5. Peyton Bender
6. Jared Goff
7. Major Applewhite
8. Alex Brink
9. Nick Foles
10. Sefo Liufau
Gary Baxter

Nebraska, 1998
Nebraska, 1998
UCLA, 1997
Arizona, 1997
Michigan, 1993 Rose Bowl
Washington State, 1992
LSU, 1983
Stanford, 1981
Navy, 1980
UCLA, 1976
Alabama, 1975
Washington State, 1973
UCLA, 1973
Ohio State, 1969
Oregon State, 1951
Opponent
California, 2008
Michigan, 1993 Rose Bowl
Purdue, 1972
UCLA, 2004
Arizona State, 1992
USC, 2010
Stanford, 2008
Oregon, 2009
UCLA, 2001
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl

Yds.
95 (TD)
89 (TD)
88 (TD)
88 (TD)
86 (TD)
82 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
79 (TD)

Opponent
UCLA, 2001
Baylor, 2011 Alamo Bowl
Michigan, 1993 Rose Bowl
UCLA, 1990
USC, 1967
Idaho, 2000
Nebraska, 2010
Stanford, 2001
Arizona State, 1992
USC, 2011

Yards
213

Team
Purdue, 1972

No.
69
59
59
59
58
57
55
54
53
52
52

Opponent
EWU, 2011
Washington State, 2013
California, 2013
BYU, 1999
Washington State, 2015
California, 2014
Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
Washington State, 2006
Arizona, 2009
Colorado, 2014
Air Force, 1967

135

Pass Completions

Name
1. Colt Brennan
2. Bo Levi Mitchell
Nick Foles
Kevin Feterik
5. Willie Tuitama
6. Major Applewhite
7. Peyton Bender
Sefo Liufau
9. Jared Goff
10. Pat Barnes

No.
42
39
39
39
38
37
36
36
35
33

Opponent
Hawai'i, 2007
EWU, 2011
Arizona, 2009
BYU, 1999
Arizona, 2007
Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
Washington State, 2015
Colorado, 2014
California, 2014
California, 1994

Name
1. George Shaw
2. Danny ONeil
Jack Thompson
4. Derek Anderson
Gary Kaiser
Steve Endicott
7. Kurt Lasher
Bill Musgrave
Timm Rosenbach
Doug Downing
Brad Muster
Sandy Schwab
Craig Fertig
Mike Jones
Joe Kapp
Ray Nagel

No.
7
6
6
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Opponent
Oregon, 1952
Oregon, 1993
Washington State, 1978
Oregon State, 2002
Fresno State, 1979
Oregon State, 1969
Arizona State, 1990
Oregon, 1989
Washington State, 1987
Purdue, 1987
Stanford, 1985
Northwestern, 1984
USC, 1964
San Jose State, 1958
California, 1957
UCLA, 1948

Pass Interceptions Thrown

Passing Yards

Name
1. Willie Tuitama
2. Kevin Feterik
3. Vernon Adams
4. Bo Levi Mitchell
Major Applewhite
6. Jonathan Smith
7. Jason Johnson
8. Colt Brennan
Akili Smith
10. Kellen Clemens

Passing Touchdowns
Name
1. Vernon Adams
2. Sam Bradford
Kyle Boller
Jack Thompson
Tom OConnell
6. Sean Canfield
Kellen Clemens
Joe Ayoob
Brady Quinn
Matt Leinart
Carson Palmer
Major Applewhite
Kyle Boller
Wayne Cook
Jim Plunkett

No.
510
500
475
473
473
469
443
442
442
425

136


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Jonathan Smith
27.6 (17-469)
Billy Hooper
27.1 (9-244)
Jonathan Smith
24.1 (13-314)
Paul Larson
24.0 (12-240)
Akili Smith
23.3 (19-442)
Blane Morgan
22.3 (12-267)
Gary Beban
20.6 (14-289)
Kyle Boller
20.5 (13-266)
Cade McNown
20.0 (16-320)
Steve Bartkowski
19.8 (16-316)

Completion Percentage (Min. 10 Compl.)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

9.

Name
Pct. (Nos.)
Troy Winslow
1.000 (11-11)
Rick Neuheisel .926 (25-27)
Sam Bradford .857 (18-21)
Colt Brennan .840 (42-80)
Paul Larson .833 (10-12)
Tom OConnell .824 (14-17)
Matt Scott .818 (18-22)
Lyle Moevao .818 (18-22)
Willie Tuitama .810 (17-21)
A.J. Feeley .810 (17-21)

Long Pass

Name
1. Wayne Cook to J.J. Stokes
2. Zach Maynard to Keenan Allen
Jonathan Smith to Ronnie Tompkins
4. Kellen Clemens to D. Williams
5. Bill Musgrave to Terry Obee
6. Bruce Threadgill to Dennis Johnson
7. Matt Moore to Sammie Stroughter
Jonathon Smith to Chad Johnson
Jonathan Smith to Greg Ainsworth
Mark Malone to Chris DeFrance
Gary Danielson to Darryl Stingley
Jim Plunkett to Gene Washington
Joe Kapp to Hank Olguin
Jim Powers to Al Cantor

Receptions
No.
7
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Passing Yards per Att. (Min. 12 Att.)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Opponent
Arizona, 2007
BYU, 1999
Eastern Washington, 2014
Eastern Washington, 2011
Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
Oregon State, 1998
Arizona, 2002
Hawai'i, 2007
Oregon, 1998
Oregon, 2005

Passing Yards per Completion (Min 9 Compl.)

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Paul Larson
20.00 (12-240)
Blane Morgan
16.69 (16-267)
Tom OConnell
15.41 (17-262)
Jonathan Smith
14.66 (32-469)
Sam Bradford
14.48 (21-304)
Cade McNown
13.91 (23-320)
Akili Smith
13.81 (32-442)
Jimmy Clausen
13.61 (31-422)
Jonathan Smith
13.08 (24-314)
Matt Leinart
12.10 (29-351)

Opponent
Eastern Washington, 2014
Oklahoma, 2008
California, 2002
Washington State, 1976
Illinois, 1952
Oregon State, 2009
Oregon, 2005
Cal, 2005
Notre Dame, 2004
USC, 2003
USC, 2002
Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
California, 2001
UCLA, 1993
Stanford, 1970
Opponent
California, 1953
Air Force, 1998 Oahu Bowl
Illinois, 1952
Oregon State, 1998
Oklahoma, 2008
UCLA, 1997
Oregon, 1998
Notre Dame, 2009
Oregon State, 2000
USC, 2003

Name
1. Marquise Walker
2. Jason Rivers
3. Nelson Spruce
Iheanyi Uwaezuoke
5. Cody Hoffman
Nicholas Edwards
David Roberts
Patrick Turner
Michael Smith
James Lofton
Billy Anders

Receiving Yards
Name

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Golden Tate
Tony Hartley
Sammie Stroughter
Ronnie Tompkins
Keenan Allen
Shaun McDonald
J.J. Stokes
James Lofton
Chris Jackson
Steve Rivera

No.
15
14
13
13
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

Yards
95 (TD)
90 (TD)
90 (TD)
85 (TD)
83 (TD)
81 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)

Opponent
Oregon State, 1998
Baylor, 1954
Oregon State, 2000
California, 1953
Oregon, 1998
Air Force, 1998 Oahu Bowl
UCLA, 1967
California, 2002
UCLA, 1997
California, 1974
Opponent
USC, 1965
UCLA, 1983
Oklahoma, 2008
Hawai'i, 2007
California, 1953
Illinois, 1952
Arizona, 2010
Oregon State, 2008
Arizona, 2008
Oregon, 1999
Opponent
UCLA, 1993
California, 2011
Oregon State, 1998
Oregon, 2003
Oregon, 1987
Mississippi State, 1977
Oregon State, 2006
Oregon State, 2000
Oregon State, 1998
Arizona State, 1978
Purdue, 1971
Stanford, 1968
California, 1957
USC, 1949
Opponent
Michigan, 2001
Hawai'i, 2007
Colorado, 2014
California, 1994
BYU, 2013
EWU, 2011
Arizona, 2009
USC, 2006
Kansas State, 1991
Stanford, 1977
Ohio State, 1966

No. Opponent
244
Notre Dame, 2009
242
Oregon, 1998
223
Oregon State, 2006
210
Oregon State, 1998
197
California, 2011
194
Arizona State, 2001
193
UCLA, 1993
192
Stanford, 1977
185
Washington State, 1997
183
California, 1975

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Two 100-Yard Receivers in a Game

Names
Yards Oponnent
Cooper Kupp & Sendrick Bourne
145/114
Eastern Washington, 2014
Bralon Addison & Josh Huff
157/107
Oregon, 2013
Brandon Kaufman & Nicholas Edwards 140/108
EWU, 2011
Max Komar & Daniel Hardy
111/103
Idaho, 2009
Jason Rivers & Ryan Grice-Mullen
167/121
Hawai'i, 2007
Mike Williams & Keary Colbert
159/146
USC, 2002
Roy Williams & B.J. Johnson
134/157
Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
Tony Hartley Donald Haynes
242/101
Oregon, 1998
Darrin Nelson & Michael Tolliver
136/115
Stanford, 1981
George Freitas & Jesse Thompson
139/113
California, 1977
James Lofton & William Kellar
192/122
Stanford, 1977
Hugh Campbell & Gerald Shaw
178/106
Washington State, 1962
Harlan Lane & George Cheshire
126/119
Baylor, 1965

Three 100-Yard Receivers in a Game


Names
Ronnie Tompkins/Tim Alexander/
Greg Ainsworth

Touchdown Receptions
Name
1. Jason Rivers
J.J. Stokes
3. Cooper Kupp
Rob Gronkowski
Mike Thomas
James Jones
Mike Williams
James Lofton
Mike Levenseller
John Ryan

Yards Oponnent
210/120/127
Oregon State, 1998

No.
4
4
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Average per Reception (Min. 4 Rec.)



1.
2.

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

10.

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Jim Walker
38.5 (4-154)
Danny Farmer
33.5 (4-134)
John Marshall
33.5 (4-134)
Emile Harry
32.2 (5-161)
Sammie Stroughter
31.9 (7-223)
Geoff McArthur
30.0 (6-180)
Shelton Diggs
29.5 (4-118)
Terrence Toliver
29.3 (4-117)
Tim Krause
29.3 (4-117)
Chris DeFrance
28.6 (5-143)

Long Reception

Name
1. J.J. Stokes
2. Keenan Allen
Roddie Tompkins
4. Demetrious Williams
5. Terry Obee
6. Dennis Johnson
7. Sammie Stroughter
Chad Johnson
Greg Ainsworth
Chris DeFrance
Darryl Stingley
Gene Washington
Hank Olguin
Al Cantor

Total Offense

Name
1. Willie Tuitama
2. Kevin Feterik
3. Vernon Adams
4. Major Applewhite
5. Bo Levi Mitchell
6. Jonathan Smith
7. Akili Smith
8. Marcus Mariota
9. Colt Brennan
10. Taysom Hill

Total Offensive Attempts


Name
1. Taysom Hill
2. Bo Levi Mitchell
3. Connor Halliday
4. Kevin Feterik
5. Vernon Adams
Jared Goff
Alex Brink
8. Dan Fouts
9. Peyton Bender
10. Gary Baxter

Interceptions (Defensive)
Name
1. Artimus Parker
Harold Stingert
Eric Johnson
Benny Barnes
Dave Graham
Ray Youngblood

No.
79
71
69
65
63
63
63
62
61
60

Opponent
BYU, 2013
EWU, 2011
Washington State, 2013
BYU, 1999
Eastern Washington, 2014
California, 2013
Washington State, 2006
Oregon, 1972
Washington State, 2015
Air Force, 1967

No.
3
3
3
3
3
3

Opponent
USC, 1973
Hawaii, 1973
Washington State, 1972
Stanford, 1971
Oregon State, 1970
California, 1970

No.
119
102
99
97
94
91
89
88
83
80

Opponent
USC, 1998
Texas Christian, 1971
Hawaii, 2011
Oregon, 1994
Colorado, 1959
Arizona, 2011
Arizona, 1984
Oregon State, 1959
Texas Christian, 1971
Michigan State, 1970

Opponent
Hawai'i, 2007
UCLA, 1993
Eastern Washington, 2014
Arizona, 2008
Arizona, 2007
San Jose State, 2006
USC, 2002
Stanford, 1977
Washington State, 1976
Illinois, 1952

Interception Yards

Opponent
Oregon, 1974
UCLA, 1998
Washington State, 1984
Stanford, 1984
Oregon State, 2006
California, 2003
USC, 1976
LSU, 2009
Washington State, 1973
Arizona State, 1978

Avg. per Interception Return (Min. 2)

Yards
95 (TD)
90 (TD)
90 (TD)
85 (TD)
83 (TD)
81 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)
80 (TD)

Oponnent
UCLA, 1993
California, 2011
Oregon State, 1998
Oregon, 2003
Oregon, 2004
Mississippi State, 1977
Oregon State, 2006
Oregon State, 2000
Oregon State, 1998
Arizona State, 1978
Purdue, 1971
Stanford, 1968
California, 1957
USC, 1949

Yards
517
493
491
476
469
459
456
454
433
416

Opponent
Arizona, 2007
BYU, 1999
Eastern Washington, 2014
Texas, 2001 Holiday Bowl
EWU, 2011
Oregon State, 1998
Oregon, 1998
Oregon, 2013
Hawai'i, 2007
BYU, 2013

Name
1. Antuan Simmons
2. Lyle Blackwood
3. Reggie Torres
4. Kenny Wheaton
5. Gale Weidner
6. Robert Golden
7. Lynnden Brown
8. Bruce Hake
9. Lyle Blackwood
10. Brad McLee

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Antuan Simmons
59.5 (2-119)
Lyle Blackwood
52.0 (2-104)
Lynnden Brown
44.5 (2-89)
Brad McLee
43.5 (2-87)
Dennis Downey
34.0 (2-68)
Eddie Pleasant
32.5 (2-65)
Mark Moore
32.0 (2-64)
Artimus Parker
30.5 (2-61)
Ricky Johnson
26.5 (2-53)
Patrick Thomas
24.5 (2-49)

Long Interception Return


Name
1. Reggie Torres
2. Willie Osley
3. Kenny Wheaton
4. Gale Weidner
5. Robert Golden
6. Antuan Simmons
7. Lynnden Brown
8. Bruce Hake
9. Lyle Blackwood
10. Brad McLee

Yards
99 (TD)
98 (TD)
97 (TD)
94 (TD)
91 (TD)
90 (TD)
89 (TD)
88 (TD)
83
80 (TD)

Longest Interception Return for Touchdowns


Name
1. Reggie Torres
2. Willie Osley
3. Kenny Wheaton
4. Gale Weidner
5. Robert Golden
6. Antuan Simmons
7. Lynnden Brown
8. Bruce Hake
9. Brad McLee
10. Allen Rossum

No.
99 (TD)
98 (TD)
97 (TD)
94 (TD)
91 (TD)
90 (TD)
89 (TD)
88 (TD)
80 (TD)
76 (TD)

Opponent
USC, 1998
Texas Christian, 1971
Arizona, 1984
Michigan State, 1970
Oregon State, 1973
Oregon State, 2011
Oklahoma State, 1985
USC, 1971
USC, 1979
Texas A&M, 1974
Opponent
Hawaii, 2011
Illinois, 1971
Oregon, 1994
Colorado, 1959
Arizona, 2011
USC, 1998
Arizona, 1984
Oregon State, 1959
Texas Christian, 1971
Michigan State, 1970
Opponent
Hawaii, 2011
Illinois, 1971
Oregon, 1994
Colorado, 1959
Arizona, 2011
USC, 1998
Arizona, 1984
Oregon State, 1959
Michigan State, 1970
Notre Dame, 1995

137

Interceptions for Touchdowns



Name
1. Antuan Simmons

Fumble Returns for Touchdowns


Name
1. Jon Rocquemore
2. Tom Berry
3. Gionni Paul
4. Ben Kelly
5. John Klotsche
6. Wiley Fontenot
7. Cameron Jordan
8. Gilbert Gardner
9. Brian Morris

No. Opponent
2
USC, 1998
No.
97 (TD)
78 (TD)
54 (TD)
38 (TD)
34 (TD)
33 (TD)
21 (TD)
19 (TD)
18 (TD)

Opponent
Utah State, 2015
Oregon State, 1955
Utah, 2015
Colorado, 1999
California, 2000
Oregon, 2004
California, 2010
Purdue, 2002 Sun Bowl
Fresno State, 2004

No.
12
12
12
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11

Opponent
Arizona State, 2000
Arizona State, 1992
Cincinnati, 1973
Arizona State, 2015
Toledo, 1991
San Jose State, 1990
California, 1984
California, 1981
Kansas, 1978
Texas Christian, 1971
Washington State, 1968

No.
529
514
507
502
458
441
428
425
418
414

Opponent
Cincinnati, 1973
Arizona State, 2000
Matt Haack, 2015
Arizona State, 1992
Washington State, 1968
USC, 1949
California, 2013
San Jose State, 1990
California, 1984
Toledo, 1991

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Aaron Perez
52.7 (3-158)
Aaron Mills
52.3 (3-157)
Monte Robbins
52.0 (3-156)
Rob Myers
51.8 (4-207)
Justin DuVernois
51.7 (7-362)
Reggie Roby
51.0 (4-204)
Gavin Hedrick
50.3 (6-302)
Scott Tabor
50.2 (5-251)
Bryan Anger
49.7 (3-149)

Opponent
UCLA, 2007
Stanford, 1994
Michigan, 1984
Washington State, 1989
Illinois, 2014
Iowa, 1982 Rose Bowl
Washington State, 1976
California, 1986
California, 2011

Punts

Name
1. Nick Murphy
Steve Rausch
Jeff West
4. Matt Haack
Brian Borders
Eric Negrey
Tom Gandsey
Mike Ahr
Mike Hubach
Kent Marshall
Hank Grenda

Punting Yards

Name
1. Jeff West
2. Nick Murphy
3. Matt Haack
4. Steve Rausch
5. Hank Grenda
6. Harry Anderson
7. Cole Leininger
8. Eric Negrey
9. Tom Gandsey
10. Brian Borders

Average per Punt (Min. 3)



1.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Long Punt

Name
1. Scott Tabor
2. Rob Myers
3. Glenn Harper
4. Craig Schiller
5. Josh Bidwell
6. Josh Miller
Mike Stigge
8. John Stonehouse
Sam Veit
10. Eric Johnson

Punts Had Blocked


Name
1. James Lofton

138

Yds.
78
74
72
70
69
68
68
67
67
66

Opponent
California, 1986
Washington State, 1989
Washington State, 1983
Arizona, 1983
Oregon, 1998
Arizona, 1992
Nebraska, 1991
USC, 1993
Wisconsin, 1992
Stanford, 2003

No.
2

Opponent
Stanford, 1975

Kickoff Returns

Name
1. Victor Bolden
2. Ryan Severson
3. Malcolm Marable
Lavelle Hawkins
Dwayne Owens
Gerald Benton
Derek Loville
7. Mike Edwards
Isi Sofele
Theo Riddick
Mike Thomas
Max Suter
Morris Letcher
Marcus Goodwin
Darrin Greer
Tyran Wright
Floyd Eddings
Otis Armstrong

Kickoff Return Yards


Name
1. Victor Bolden
2. Ty Montgomery
3. Max Suter
4. Mike Thomas
5. Ryan Severson
6. Dwayne Owens
7. Mike Edwards
Robert Woods
9. Otis Armstrong
10. Robert Parker
Lavelle Hawkins

No.
12
8
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
No.
305
204
178
173
171
169
163
163
156
155
150

Kickoff Return Average (Minimum 3 Returns)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Ty Montgomery
54.0 (4-204)
Ameer Abdullah
43.0 (3-129)
Matt Slater
42.3 (3-127)
Ray Anderson
42.3 (3-127)
Freddie Pouncy
42.0 (3-126)
Greg Johnson
41.3 (3-124)
Kevin Scott
40.3 (3-121)
Ryan Roques
40.0 (3-120)
Emmett Mosley
34.7 (3-104)
Glyn Milburn
33.3 (3-100)

Longest Kickoff Return


Name
1. Ty Montgomery
2. Victor Bolden
Ben Kelly
4. Aramis Dandoy
5. Freddie Pouncy
6. Chris Owusu
7. Pat Johnson
8. Marqise Lee
9. Bralon Addison
Ray Anderson

Kickoff Return for Touchdowns


Name
1. Ty Montgomery
2. Victor Bolden
Ben Kelly
4. Aramis Dandoy
5. Robert Parker
6. Freddie Pouncy
7. Chris Owusu
8. Pat Johnson
9. Marqise Lee
10. Matt Slater

Opponent
Oregon State, 2013
Colorado, 2013
Oregon State, 2014
California, 2007
Oregon State, 1992
Kansas State, 1991
Oregon, 1986
Hawaii, 2011
California, 2009
Notre Dame, 2009
Arizona, 2007
Syracuse, 2007
East Carolina, 1993
Toledo, 1991
California, 1989
California, 1981
California, 1977
Purdue, 1971
Opponent
Oregon State, 2013
Stanford, 2013
Syracuse, 2007
Arizona, 2007
Colorado, 2013
Oregon State, 1992
Hawaii, 2011
USC, 2010
Purdue, 1971
BYU, 1986
California, 2007
Opponent
Stanford, 2013
Nebraska, 2011
UCLA, 2007
Stanford, 1974
Texas Christian, 1971
Washington State, 1972
Stanford, 1988
UCLA, 1998
Notre Dame, 1995
Stanford, 1991

Yards
99 (TD)
98 (TD)
98 (TD)
95 (TD)
94 (TD)
91 (TD)
89 (TD)
88 (TD)
87
87

Opponent
Stanford, 2013
Oregon State, 2013
Colorado, 1999
USC, 1954
Texas Christian, 1971
Stanford, 2009
Oregon, 1995
USC, 2011
Oregon, 2015
Stanford, 1974

No.
99 (TD)
98 (TD)
98 (TD)
95 (TD)
94 (TD)
94 (TD)
91 (TD)
89 (TD)
88 (TD)
85 (TD)

Opponent
Stanford, 2013
Oregon State, 2013
Colorado, 1999
USC, 1954
BYU, 1986
Texas Christian, 1971
Stanford, 2009
Oregon, 1995
USC, 2011
UCLA, 2007

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Punt Returns

1.
2.
3.

5.



Name
Justin Taplin
Eddie Thomas
Eric Scott
Ronnie Hoots
Michael Fletcher
David Marrero
Deltha ONeal
Lew Barnes
Jim Lilly

Punt Return Yards

Name
1. Steve Donnelly
2. Cliff Harris
3. Willie Shelby
4. Ryan Roques
5. Warren Harvey
6. Reggie Bush
7. Ronnie Hoots
8. Donald Sutherin
9. Terrence Austin
10. Vincent White

No. (Yds)
10 (58)
8 (51)
7 (64)
7 (82)
6 (15)
6 (26)
6 (36)
6 (30)
6 (78)

Opponent
Arizona State, 2000
San Jose State, 1990
UCLA, 1997
Duke, 1972
Oregon, 1998
Stanford, 2004
California, 1998
Oregon, 1984
Oregon State, 1971

Yards
130
127
106
91
85
84
82
81
80
79

Opponent
Oregon, 1973
Oregon, 2010
Alabama, 1974
UCLA, 1998
Syracuse, 1977
USC, 2005
Duke, 1972
Ohio State, 1957
UCLA, 2006
Stanford, 1982

Average per Punt Return (Min. 3)



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.


10.

Name Avg. (Nos.)


Cliff Harris
31.2 (4-127)
Ryan Roques
30.3 (3-91)
Warren Harvey
28.3 (3-85)
Willie Shelby
26.5 (4-106)
Steve Donnelly
26.0 (5-130)
Alan Grant
25.6 (3-77)
Craig Bragg
21.0 (3-63)
Napoleon McCallum
21.0 (3-63)
Mike Gow
21.0 (3-63)
Julius Curry
19.5 (4-78)

Longest Punt Returns


Name
1. Reggie Bush
Willie Shelby
3. Donald Sutherin
4. Cliff Harris
5. Terrence Austin
6. Steve Donnelly
7. Ryan Roques
8. Vincent White
9. Reggie Brown
10. Aramis Dandoy

Punt Returns for Touchdowns

Yards
84 (TD)
84 (TD)
81 (TD)
79
79
78 (TD)
77 (TD)
76 (TD)
72
70 (TD)

Name
No.
1. Reggie Bush
84 (TD)
Willie Shelby
84 (TD)
3. Donald Sutherin
81 (TD)
4. Steve Donnelly
78 (TD)
5. Ryan Roques
77 (TD)
6. Vincent White
76 (TD)
7. Aramis Dandoy
70 (TD)
8. Alan Grant
69 (TD)
9. Robert Wade
60 (TD)
10. Ronald Cook
59 (TD)

Opponent
Oregon, 2010
UCLA, 1998
Syracuse, 1977
Alabama, 1974
Oregon, 1973
Stanford, 1987
UCLA, 2002
Navy, 1983
Illinois, 1972
Michigan, 2001
Opponent
USC, 2005
Alabama, 1974
Ohio State, 1957
Oregon, 2010
UCLA, 2006
Oregon, 1973
UCLA, 1998
Stanford, 1982
Oregon, 1981
USC, 1953
Opponent
USC, 2005
Alabama, 1974
Ohio State, 1957
Oregon, 1973
UCLA, 1998
Stanford, 1982
USC, 1953
Stanford, 1987
Arizona, 2000
Stanford, 1953
Independence Bowl

Kick Returns

Total Kick Returns

(Punts and Kickoffs Combined)

Name
1. Victor Bolden
2. Justin Taplin
3. Eddie Thomas
4. Ryan Severson
Troy Slade
6. Malcolm Marable
Robert Nelson
Lavelle Hawkins
Syndric Steptoe
Sammy Moore
Deltha ONeal
Michael Fletcher
Jim Lilly
Ron Carver

No.
12
11
9
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7

Opponent
Oregon State, 2013
Arizona State, 2000
San Jose State, 1990
Colorado, 2013
Duke, 1973
Oregon State, 2014
Arizona State, 2013
California, 2007
Arizona, 2004
Washington State, 2003
California, 1999
Oregon, 1998
Oregon State, 1972
UCLA, 1971

No.
305
211
204
179
178
173
171
163
163
157

Opponent
Oregon State, 2013
UCLA, 1998
Stanford, 2013
Oregon, 2010
Syracuse, 2007
Arizona, 2007
Colorado, 2013
Hawaii, 2011
USC, 2010
Duke, 1973

No.
6
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Opponent
Oregon State, 2005
Notre Dame, 2009
Oregon State, 2007
Washington State, 2005
Oregon State, 2004
UCLA, 2002
UCLA, 1998
California, 1993
Washington State, 1975
Hawaii, 2014
BYU, 2013
Oregon, 2011
Arizona, 2009
UCLA, 2007
Washington State, 2003
California, 2003
Arizona, 2000
Oregon, 2000
UCLA, 1999
UCLA, 1994
Miami, 1994
Stanford, 1988
Arizona, 1988
Oregon State, 1987
California, 1984
Arizona State, 1981
Minnesota, 1977

No.
6
5
5
5
5
4
4
4

Opponent
Oregon State, 2005
Notre Dame, 2009
Oregon State, 2007
Oregon State, 2004
UCLA, 1998
Arizona State, 20113
Arizona, 2009
USC, 2006

Total Kick Return Yards


(Punts and Kickoffs Combined)

Name
1. Victor Bolden
2. Ryan Roques
3. Ty Montgomery
4. Cliff Harris
5. Max Suter
6. Mike Thomas
7. Ryan Severson
8. Mike Edwards
Robert Woods
10. Troy Slade

Field Goals

Field Goal Attempts

Name
1. Alexis Serna
2. Nick Tausch
Alexis Serna
Loren Langley
Alexis Serna
Drew Dunning
Chris Sailer
Doug Brien
Chuck Diedrick
10. Tyler Hadden
Justin Sorensen
Alejandro Maldonado
Alex Zendejas
Kai Forbath
Drew Dunning
T. Frederickson
Sean Keel
Josh Frankel
Chris Griffith
Bjorn Merten
Dane Prewitt
John Hopkins
Douglas Pfaff
Tony Bussanich
Ray Jordan
Tony Zendejas
Paul Rogind

Field Goals Made

Name
1. Alexis Serna
2. Nick Tausch
Alexis Serna
Alexis Serna
Chris Sailer
6. Zane Gonzalez
Alex Zendejas
Mario Danelo

139

Drew Dunning
Drew Dunning
Dane Prewitt
John Hopkins
Tony Bussanich
Tony Zendejas
Paul Rogind

4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Long Field Goals

Name Distance
1. Kenneth Naber
60
2. Tommy Thompson
56
Paul Watson
56
4. Alex Serna
55
Robbie Keen
55
Paul Watson
55
7. Tony Zendejas
54
8. Giorgio Tavecchio
53
Kirk Dennis
53
10. Doug Brien
52
Don Shafer
52
Bob Bergeron
52
Zenon Andrusyshyn
52
Hans Sudar
52
Alex Serna
51
Owen Pochman
51
Kevin Adams
51
Ray Jordan
51
Brin Hurley
50
Doug Brien
50
Robbie Keen
50

PAT Attempts

1.
2.




7.




Name
Todd Sievers
Jordan Williamson
Alex Henery
David Buehler
Jimmy Stevens
Tom Schneider
Roland Alcobendas
Matt Evensen
Mario Danelo
Ryan Cesca
Chris Sailer
Zenon Andrusyshyn

PATs Made

1.
2.



6.




Name
Todd Sievers
Jordan Williamson
Alex Henery
David Buehler
Tom Schneider
Roland Alcobendas
Jimmy Stevens
Matt Evensen
Ryan Cesca
Chris Sailer
Zenon Andrusyshyn

Washington State, 2003


Washington State, 2002
Miami, 1994
Stanford, 1988
Oregon State, 1987
Arizona State, 1981
Minnesota, 1977
Opponent
Stanford, 1977
Oregon, 1992
Washington State, 1977
Oregon State, 2004
California, 1988
Washington State, 1977
Arizona, 1983
California, 2010
Oregon, 1987
California, 1993
USC, 1985
Michigan, 1984
UCLA, 1969
Michigan State, 1969
Oregon State, 2007
BYU, 1998
Washington State, 1986
California, 1984
Iowa, 1995
California, 1991
California, 1989

No.
9
8
8
8
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7

Opponent
Miami, 2001
Stanford, 2011
Nebraska, 2010
USC, 2008
Oklahoma, 2008
Cal, 2005
Eastern Washington, 2014
Oregon, 2007
USC, 2005
Oregon State, 2001
UCLA, 1997
UCLA, 1969

No.
9
8
8
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
6

Opponent
Miami, 2001
Stanford, 2011
Nebraska, 2010
USC, 2008
Cal, 2005
Eastern Washington, 2014
Oklahoma, 2008
Oregon, 2007
Oregon State, 2001
UCLA, 1997
UCLA, 1969

No.
24
24
24
22
22
22
22
22
21
21

Opponent
San Jose State, 1996
Oregon, 1971
Air Force, 1964
Miami, 1994
Stanford, 1981
Purdue, 1971
Stanford, 1967
Ohio State, 1986
Arizona, 1998
Oklahoma State, 1980

Tackles

Total Tackles

Name
1. Jacob Malae
Steve Rennie
Larry Tollstam
4. Ray Lewis
Gary Wimmer
Rick Schavietello
Andrew Carrigan
Chris Spielman
9. Marcus Bell
Ricky Young

140

Gordon Ceresino
Bruce Beekley
Gordon Ceresino
Phil Croyle

Solo Tackles

Name
1. Steve Rennie
2. Gordon Ceresino
3. Steve Brown
Rick Schavietello
5. Frank Manumaleuna
Bob Horn
7. Gary Wimmer
Randy Pickering
9. Thoams DeCoud
Greg Marshall
Larry Tollstam

Tackles for Loss

Name
1. Terrell Suggs
2. Larry Foote
3. Jorge Cordova
Darren Howard
Rob Morris
Rod Martin
7. Antonio Longino
Solomon Bates
William Joseph
Adam Archuleta
Sekou Sanyika
Byron Frisch
Renaldo Wynn
Bert Berry
Ron Childs
Marvcus Patton
Gary DeNiro

Sacks

Name
1. Jorge Cordova
Darren Howard
3. Terrell Suggs
Garin Veris
5. Peter Kalambayi
Bert Berry
Shante Carver
Marvcus Patton

Fumble Recoveries
Name
1. Glenn Nardi

Blocked Punts

Name
1. Terry Debay

Blocked Kicks

Name
1. Chris Barry
Stuart Kellner
John Chapple

21
21
21
21

Stanford, 1978
Oregon, 1977
Stanford, 1976
California, 1969

No.
19
17
16
16
15
15
14
14
13
13
13

Opponent
Oregon, 1971
Stanford, 1976
Oregon State, 1972
Purdue, 1971
San Jose State, 1977
Oregon State, 1975
Stanford, 1981
Washington State, 1971
California, 2007
Oregon State, 1976
Air Force, 1964

No.
6.5
6
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4

Opponent
Arizona State, 2002
Michigan, 2001
Nevada, 2003
Kansas St., 1999 Holiday Bowl
BYU, 1998
USC, 1976
Arizona State, 2015
Arizona State, 2000
Miami, 2000
Arizona State, 1999
California, 1998
BYU, 1998
Notre Dame, 1996
Notre Dame, 1996
Washington State, 1994
UCLA, 1989
Alabama, 1978

No.
5
5
4
4
3
3
3
3

Opponent
Nevada, 2003
Kansas St., 1999 Holiday Bowl
Arizona State, 2002
Stanford, 1982
Stanford, 2014
Notre Dame, 1996
Arizona State, 1990
UCLA, 1989

No.
3

Opponent
Navy, 1970

No.
2

Opponent
UCLA, 1953

No.
2 (FG)
2 (FG)
2

Opponent
Nevada, 2003
Stanford, 1968
Stanford, 1964

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON 2015 ZAXBYS HEART OF DALLAS BOWL GUIDE & RECORD BOOK

Washington Statistical Trends

UW
-------Rushing-------
------------------------Passing--------------------------
-----Total Offense-----
-----First Downs-----
Fumbles
Year Record *G No. Yards Avg. Att Com Int Yards TD Avg. Pct Plays Yards Avg. R Pa Pn Tot No.-Loss Pen-Yds
1937 7-2-2 10 1,980 198.0 107 31 13 560 56.0 .290 2,540 254.0 104 38-20 32-275
1938 3-5-1 9 389 1,212 134.7 114 31 25 526 58.4 .272 503 1,738 143.1 75 28-13 25-174
1939
4-5 9 356
906 100.7 149 60 18 757 84.1 .403 505 1,663 184.8 84 24-11 20-109
1940
7-2 9 351 1,436 159.6 113 37 20 606 67.3 .327 464 2,042 226.9 76
NA-7 31-220
1941
5-4 9 451 1,522 169.1 98 33 16 388 43.1 .337 549 1,910 212.2 93
NA-2 28-206
1942 4-3-3 10 470 1,565 156.5 105 37 12 499 49.9 .352 575 2,064 206.4

1943# 4-1 4 259 1,292 258.4 76 21 4 368 73.6 .276 355 1,660 332.0

1944
5-3 8 452 2,128 266.0 89 35 13 438 54.6 .146 541 2,566 320.8 106 19-10 31-239
1945
6-3 9 1,276 141.8 105 37 19 564 6 62.7 .352 1,840 204.4 90 44-25 NA-215
1946 5-4 9 407 1,575
175.0
140 60
17 806 4 89.6 .429 547
2,381
264.6


112 24-13 37-365
1947
3-6 9 1,522 169.1 132 38 14 497 55.2 .288 2,019 224.3 102 23-NA NA-344
1948 2-7-1
10 409 1,275
127.5
183 82
11 979 9 97.9 .448 592
2,254
225.4


123 35-NA NA-200
1949
3-7 10 490 1,674
167.4 219 118 18 1,503 7 150.3 .539 709 3,177 317.7 162

1950
8-2 10 434 2,076 207.6 260 149 12 2,040 13 204.2 .573 694 4,116 411.6 105 78 3 186
66-669
1951 3-6-1 10 444 1,929 192.9 257 123 21 1,625 12 162.5 .479 701 3,554 355.4 81 65 7 153

1952
7-3 10 437 1,683 168.3 285 142 21 1,708 13 170.8 .498 722 3,391 339.1 91 76 6 173 23-14

1953 3-6-1 10 444 1,320 132.0 224 106 19 1,369 8 136.9 .473 668 2,689 268.9 79 58 2 139 29-22 58-537
1954
2-8 10 393 1,089 108.9 237 109 16 1,360 6 136.0 .460 630 2,449 244.9 65 56 7 128 32-22 56-510
1955 5-4-1
10 485 1,818
181.8
135 53 6 705 4 70.5 .393 620
2,523
252.3
104
24 5 133 36-21 58-530
1956 5-5
10 583 2,688
268.8 78 30 7 582 4 582 .385 661
3,270
327.0
130
20 7 157 46-29 64-596
1957 3-6-1
10 550 2,138
213.8 92 31 8 461 5 46.1 .337 642
2,599
259.9
112
17 3 132 46-25 58-550
1958
3-7 10 433 1,468 146.8 167 65 20 730 3 73.0 .389 600 2,198 219.8 80 35 3 118 37-17 54-490
1959 10-1
10 515 1,797
179.7
115 56 7 948 7 94.8 .487 630
2,745
274.5
104
40 4 148 40-21 46-531
1960 10-1
10 529 2,186
218.6
106 54
10 999 9 99.9 .509 622
2,694
269.4
120
44 5 169

1961 5-4-1
10 532 2,169
216.9 92 28
13 513 5 51.3 .304 624
2,682
268.2
103
21 5 129 30-14 43-472
1962 7-1-2
10 598 2,514
251.4 96 43
10 642 4 64.2 .448 693
3,156
315.6
144
31 6 181 25-11 56-553
1963
6-5 10 552 2,180
218.0 123 68 4 1,024 7 102.4 .553 675 3,204 320.4
124 44 2 170 40-21 62-591
1964 6-4
10 557 2,073
207.3
131 60 9 697 2 69.7 .458 688
2,770
277.0
109
39 5 153 34-19 79-734
1965
5-5 10 469 1,466 146.6 184 99 10 1,458 14 145.8 .538 653 2,924 292.4 85 61 9 155 25-18 53-485
1966
6-4 10 452 1,613 161.3 181 72 20 995 4 99.5 .398 633 2,608 260.8 85 53 9 147 17-10 39-372
1967
5-5 10 520 1,680 168.0 132 50 13 923 6 92.3 .379 652 2,603 260.3 85 33 7 125 34-15 54-545
1968 3-5-2 10 555 1,976 197.6 182 60 17 826 3 82.6 .329 737 2,802 280.2 103 39 11 153 38-18 57-550
1969
1-9 10 528 1,789 178.9 162 58 24 866 6 86.6 .358 690 2,655 265.5 99 40 11 150 46-25 44-428
1970
6-4 10 374 1,228 128.8 415 213 26 2,721 22 272.1 .513 789 3,949 394.9 69 127 15 211 30-18 66-707
1971
8-3 11
483
1,484 134.9
356
152 24
2,606 18
236.9 .427
837
4,090
371.8 100 97 10
207
20-13
89 -930
1972
8-3 11 488 1,191 108.3 282 138 26 1,847 12 167.9 .489 770 3,038 276.2 74 80 18 172 44-30 53-502
1973
2-9 11 453 1,415 128.6 320 128 31 2,154 18 195.8 .400 773 3,489 317.2 80 79 12 181 42-25 67-630
1974
5-6 11 545 2,217 201.5 266 124 20 1,920 11 174.5 .466 811 4,137 376.1 123 87 12 222 54 -23 73-788
1975
6-5 11 530 1,711 155.5 241 94 8 1,236 7 191.6 .398 771 2,947 267.9 89 54 13 156 46-21 53-488
1976
5-6 11 585 2,568 233.5 196 87 11 1,181 6 107.4 .444 781 3,749 340.8 125 54 14 193 26-14 72-731
1977 10-2 11 580 2,428 220.7 212 120 7 1,637 11 148.8 .566 792 4,065 369.5 110 79 13 202 37-18 48-470
1978
7-4 11 571 2,376 216.0 213 106 13 1,404 11 127.6 .498 784 3,780 343.6 112 70 18 200 27-14 58-564
1979 10-2 11 547 2,289
208.1 237 130 9 1,479 8 134.5 .549 786 3,768 342.5
120 79 9 208 31-12 51-550
1980
9-3 11 473 1,895
172.3 305 176 11 2,311 16 210.1 .577 778 4,206 382.4
113
101 8 222 32-16 52-598
1981 10-2 11 524 1,835 166.8 255 123 11 1,320 10 120.0 .482 779 3,155 286.8 97 66 14 177 36-18 64-540
1982 10-2 11 568 2,081 189.2 317 175 14 2,029 18 184.5 .552 885 4,110 373.6 117 102 15 234 17-10 59-476
1983
8-4 11 498 2,117
192.5 325 217 8 2,248 11 204.4 .668 823 4,365 396.8
127 99 6 232 27-16 66-678
1984 11-1 11 511 1,961 178.3 268 141 11 1,645 9 149.5 .526 774 3,606 327.8 102 67 12 181 20-12 59-576
1985
7-5 11 453 1,600 145.5 336 196 17 1,993 9 181.2 .583 789 3,593 326.6 89 101 11 201
24-8 69-591
1986 8-3-1 11 508 2,079
189.0 295 172 16 2,124 22 193.1 .583 803 4,203 382.1
113
102 6 221 25-12 57-598
1987 7-4-1 11 497 2,217 201.5 314 158 16 2,057 11 187.0 .503 811 4,274 388.5 126 88 7 221 22-13 60-496
1988
6-5 11 452 1,769 160.8 303 153 12 1,833 11 166.6 .505 755 3,602 327.5 104 77 9 190 24-13 57-558
1989
8-4 11 405 1,383 125.7 377 214 19 2,626 16 238.7 .568 782 4,009 364.5 93 114 15 222 24-12 59-451
1990 10-2 11 519 2,715 246.8 260 123 8 1,784 15 162.2 .473 779 4,499 409.0 129 77 17 223
19-6 62-537
1991 12-0 11 524 2,551 231.9 337 203 12 2,640 26 240.0 .602 861 5,191 471.9 128 123 15 266
17-8 83-749
1992
9-3 11 478 2,139 194.5 331 185 7 2,125 11 193.2 .599 809 4,264 387.6 105 93 15 213 16-10 59-589
1993
7-4 11 497 2,134 194.0 321 168 15 1,883 10 171.2 .523 818 4,017 365.2 109 76 24 209 25-13 85-831
1994
7-4 11 477 2,020 183.6 295 161 14 1,943 13 176.6 .546 772 3,963 360.3 106 97 16 219 27-12 69-638
1995 7-4-1 11 438 1,809
164.5 299 189 6 2,550 13 231.8 .632 737 4,359 396.3 84
115 9 208
21-9 80-746
1996
9-3 11 538 2,408 218.9 290 145 6 2,119 16 192.6 .500 828 4,527 411.5 124 87 16 227 25-11 79-687
1997
8-4 11 415 1,774 161.3 308 183 11 2,790 26 253.6 .594 723 4,564 414.9 91 100 19 210
13-7 86-772
1998
6-6 11 400 1,501 136.5 401 209 18 2,411 17 219.2 .521 801 3,912 355.6 83 99 28 210
17-8 93-863
1999
7-5 11 491 2,087 189.7 301 172 12 2,276 13 206.9 .571 792 4,363 396.6 109 114 11 234 23-15 89-750
2000 11-1 11 487 2,329 211.7 325 171 11 2,158 14 196.2 .526 812 4,487 407.9 121 95 25 241 25-16 83-715
2001
8-4 11 418 1,229 111.7 389 214 16 3,074 15 279.5 .550 807 4,304 391.2 74 138 18 230 25-10 92-767
2002
7-6 13 454 968 74.5 621 372 14 4,458 28 342.9 .596 1,075 5,469 420.7 78 207 39 324 32-13 79-686
2003
6-6 12 464 1,434 119.5 485 270 14 3,236 17 269.7 .557 949 4,670 389.2 90 143 38 271 30-16 92-748
2004 1-10 11 414 1,322 120.2 401 161 24 2,099 8 190.8 .401 815 3,421 311.0 74 92 22 154 30-18 76-625
2005
2-9 11 380 1,487 135.2 324 170 8 2,451 12 222.8 .525 704 3,938 358.0 69 104 19 192 19-12 68-556
2006
5-7 12 402 1,535 127.9 373 179 16 2,326 19 193.8 .480 775 3,861 321.8 81 96 12 189
18-6 60-508
2007
4-9 13 537 2,640 203.1 385 177 15 2,485 18 191.2 .460 922 5,125 394.2 139 96 18 253 24-10 81-613
2008 0-12 12 419 1,192 99.3 366 173 15 1,966 6 163.8 .473 785 3,158 263.2 82 93 25 200 24-12 56-475
2009
5-7 12 390 1,668 139.0 396 231 11 2,838 21 236.5 .584 786 4,506 375.5 98 123 23 244
13-8 83-704
2010
7-6 13 481 2,238
172.2 376 205 9 2,475 19 190.4 .545 857 4,737 362.5
111
108 21 240
17-8 83-731
2011
7-6 13 452 2,006 154.3 406 267 13 3,322 36 255.5 .658 858 5,328 409.8 103 148 23 274
13-9 78-773
2012
7-6 13 466 1,851 142.4 438 266 14 2,765 19 212.7 .607 904 4,616 355.1 98 127 22 247 24-14 108-969
2013
9-4 13 610 3,107
239.0 413 270 8 3,384 25 260.3 .654 1,023 6,491 499.3
156
148 15 319
15-8 105-932
2014
8-6 14 607 2,640
188.6 400 255 6 2,801 19 200.1 .638 1,007 5,441 388.6
139
121 20 280 33-11 98-865
2015
6-6 12 433 1,834 152.8 362 222 11 2,826 17 235.5 .613 795 4,660 388.3 95 128 11 234 15-10 66-601
Note: All yardage totals shown are net yards; * Does not include totals from bowl games prior to 2002; # Totals include Rose Bowl Statistics

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Washington Statistical Trends


UW Interceptions
------------Punting-------------
---Punt Returns---
--Kickoff Returns--
----------------------Scoring--------------------Year Record *Games No.
Yards No. Yds.
BK Avg. No Yds Avg. No Yds Avg. TD PAT-M FGA FGM Points
1937 7-2-2
9 19
83 2,820
4
33.8

3 1
1938
3-5-1 9 8

86
3,367
2
39.2
105
520
4.9 26
506
19.4 10 10-5 2 1 68
1939 4-5
9 9 42 76 2,993 6 39.3 40 400 10.0 23 445 18.0 11 11-6 1 1
77
1940 7-2
9 21 257 87 3,402 1 39.1 48 629 13.1 17 469 27.6 24 24-19 2
169
1941 5-4
9 23 185 85 2,817 3 33.1 44 526 12.0 14 278 19.9 17 17-14
120
1942 4-3-3 10 22 209
81 3,008
0
37.1
45
381 8.5 19 382
20.1 16 16-12 1 113
1943 4-1
4 17 257 22 700 1 31.8 24 356 14.8 10 221 22.1 22 22-18
150
1944 5-3
8
33 1,088
1
33.0

45 45-23 293
1945 6-3
9 19 149
67 2,213

33.0

14 14-7 91
1946 5-4
9 23 165
63 2,134

33.9
26
209 8.0 28 513
18.3 21 21-15 1 1 144
1947 3-6
9 20



15 15-8 98
1948 2-7-1
10 13 201 64 2,086 1 32.6 23 234 10.2 39 762 19.5 13 13-11
89
1949 3-7
10 12 125 46 1,604 2 34.8 25 331 13.2 47 773 16.5 24 24-20 1
167
1950 8-2 10 18 272
46 1,560
0
33.9
24
187 7.8 29 532
18.3 39 39-31 0 0 265
1951 3-6-1
10 23 249 47 1,633 0 34.8 36 458 12.7 39 765 19.6 41 41-27 0 0
275
1952 7-3 10 20 313
50 1,791
0
35.8
28
175 6.3 39 703
18.0 36 36-27 1 248
1953 3-6-1 10 16 169
64 2,102
6
32.9
25
154 6.2 40 653
16.3 23 23-16 154
1954 2-8 10 14 159
49 1,717
1
35.0
14
119 8.5 38 555
14.6 11 11-9 2 1 78
1955 5-4-1 10 14 225
49 1,569
1
32.0
28
257 9.2 21 323
15.4 20 20-15 2 2 141
1956 5-5
10 13 176 45 1,564 1 34.8 33 344 10.4 39 724 18.6 34 34-25 2 1
232
1957 3-6-1 10 13 83
59 2,059
2
34.9
24
198 8.3 41 788
19.2 18 18-12 1 0 120
1958 3-7 10 15 196
67 2,429
1
36.3
32
219 6.8 28 565
20.2 15 13-9 4 1 102
1959 10-1 10 27 215
60 2,385
0
39.8
36
313 8.7 14 337
24.1 29 26-19 7 4 209
1960 10-1
10 21 209 41 1,509 0 36.8 27 383 14.2 17 449 26.4 35 NA-27 7 4
255
1961 5-4-1
10 21 157 52 1,752 1 33.7 17 179 10.5 20 488 24.4 17 NA-3 5 2
119
1962 7-1-2
10 20 153 45 1,674 0 37.2 35 431 12.3 15 321 21.4 29 NA-26 7 2
208
1963 6-5 10 16 99
45 1,672
0
37.2
22
243
11.1 30 727
24.2 25 NA-16 7 2 176
1964 6-4 10 17 114
47 1,820
0
38.7
35
372
10.6 27 420
15.6 19 NA-13 13 2 139
1965 5-5
10 14 114 46 1,746 0 38.0 20 260 13.0 38 777 20.5 29 NA-20 3 1
205
1966 6-4 10 16 280
51 2,079
0
40.7
26
230 8.8 29 683
23.6 21 NA-15 10 171
1967 5-5 10 12 115
70 2,595
0
37.1
43
338 7.9 25 480
19.2 15 NA-14 17 10 136
1968 3-5-2 10 30 478
68 2,536
1
37.3
27
333
12.3 33 770
23.3 21 20-18 12 2 154
1969 1-9 10 16
60 2,163
1
36.1
27
221 8.2 49 878
17.9 16 14-13 5 1 116
1970 6-4 10 23
55 2,115
0
38.5
32
310 9.7 41 889
21.7 45 37-36 9 6 334
1971 8-3 11 21
69 2,615
0
37.9
45
717
15.9 40 686
17.2 49 46-41 13 6 357
1972 8-3
11 27 334 69 2,658 0 38.5 39 410 10.5 36 701 19.5 28 26-23 8 5
208
1973 2-9 11 19 129
69 2,964
0
43.0
33
175 5.3 66
1,083
16.4 31 26-24 8 2 218
1974 5-6 11 16 201
57 2,407

42.2
40
305 7.6 47 851
18.1 35 30-29 15 7 272
1975 6-5 11 15 261
76 2,981
0
39.2
28
179 6.4 37 695
16.8 25 22-21 12 7 196
1976 5-6 11 11 98
55 2,086
2
37.9
33
245 7.4 30 650
21.7 30 28-27 16 8 237
1977 10-2 11 16 169
62 2,194
1
35.4
33
279 8.5 38 817
21.5 39 37-37 22 14 317
1978 7-4 11 17 201
62 2,171
2
35.0
34
231 6.8 28 503
18.0 33 33-33 22 13 270
1979 10-2 11 15 184
52 2,105
0
40.5
32
318 9.9 26 676
26.0 39 38-38 16 11 307
1980 9-3 11 16 140
53 2,008
0
37.9
32
462
14.4 26 600
23.1 39 36-33 26 18 327
1981 10-2 11 17 158
70 2,690
1
38.4
42
382 9.1 27 510
18.8 29 29-29 20 16 253
1982 10-2 11 20 99
68 2,739
3
40.3
31
240 7.7 23 472
20.5 37 34-34 26 25 333
1983 8-4 11 14
51 1,865
0
36.6
41
311 7.6 17 256
15.1 31 28-27 26 20 275
1984 11-1 11 27 298
69 2,733
0
39.6
32
364
11.4 19 315
16.6 37 33-30 28 22 384
1985 7-5 11 17 133
63 2,295
2
36.4
38
223 5.9 29 609
21.0 22 19-19 24 21 218
1986 8-3-1 11 17 200
47 1,938
0
41.2
43
434
10.1 30 699
23.3 46 44-43 21 17 372
1987 7-4-1 11 19 170
55 1,844
3
33.5
32
258 8.1 45 814
18.1 34 30-30 18 11 271
1988 6-5 11 12 173
69 2,374
1
34.4
41
295 7.2 46 881
19.2 32 30-30 15 10 254
1989 8-4 11 15 284
53 2,024
0
38.2
26
159 6.1 41 774
18.9 36 30-28 17 14 298
1990 10-2 11 20 216
69 2,748
2
39.8
39
583
14.9 24 415
17.3 51 48-48 16 10 394
1991 12-0 11 21 308
48 1,878
1
39.1
47
370 7.9 24 379
15.8 63 58-51 16 8 461
1992 9-3 11 14 157
70 2,673
0
38.2
29
332
11.4 22 352
16.0 39 36-36 13 10 306
1993 7-4 11 22 75
57 2,260
0
39.6
35
185 5.3 30 598
19.9 34 30-28 24 16 288
1994 7-4 11 13 236
50 1,860
0
37.2
30
157 5.2 34 679
20.0 35 28-25 25 18 295
1995 7-4-1 11 16 107
59 2,240
1
38.4
21
195 9.3 39 675
17.3 38 30-26 20 10 294
1996 9-3 11 10 63
61 2,188
1
35.9
29
389
13.4 38 822
21.6 50 45-40 16 8 370
1997 8-4 11 11 170
59 2,256
2
38.2
35
365
10.4 27 626
23.2 49 46-42 16 9 369
1998 6-6 12 5 18
72 2,703
2
37.5
49
424 8.7 43
1,115
25.9 38 43-28 16 11 278
1999 7-5 11 14 184
52 2,040
1
39.2
31
220 7.1 38 679
17.9 39 39-35 18 13 311
2000 11-1 11 6 49
56 2,098
0
38.1
31
227 7.3 37 783
21.2 46 46-40 17 12 353
2001 8-4 11 9 53
57 2,176
5
38.2
17
240
14.1 34 801
23.6 39 38-34 22 14 310
2002 7-6 13 16 145
58 2,194
0
38.5
20
148 7.4 39 726
18.6 48 44-42 34 22 398
2003 6-6 12 16 143
72 2,972
0
38.6
34
371
10.9 48 878
18.3 41 37-34 17 10 312
2004 1-10 11 10 81
68 2,716
5
39.9
33
237 7.2 44 822
18.7 28 16-14 17 10 154
2005 2-9 11 9 167
53 2,187
2
41.3
18
110 6.1 41 835
20.4 29 29-29 15 11 237
2006 5-7 12 10 173
74 3,120
2
42.2
37
242 6.5 41 792
19.3 33 33-33 12 10 262
2007 4-9 13 11 97
73 2,924
2
40.1
23
254
11.0 74
1,546
20.9 48 45-46 21 15 380
2008 0-12 12 7 55
65 2,489
0
38.3
11
52 4.7 67
1,253
18.7 19 18-19 17 9 159
2009 5-7 12 8 169
53 2,112
1
39.8
11
104 9.5 63
1,173
18.6 37 35-35 21 18 313
2010 7-6 13 12 51
76 3,321
0
43.7
26
128 4.9 55
1,148
20.9 35 33-33 20 13 284
2011 7-6 13 10 51
52 2,261
2
43.5
21
194 9.2 75
1,751
23.3 57 57-57 16 11 434
2012 7-6 13 17 204
70 2,702
1
38.6
20
135 6.8 43 909
21.1 41 39-39 14 9 312
2013 9-4 13 16 233
62 2,506
0
40.4
14
73 5.2 39 907
23.3 64 62-64 16 15 493
2014 8-6 14 13 289
72 2,941
0
42.4
32
302 9.4 45 983
21.8 52 47-50 24 20 423
2015 6-2 12 15 358
55 2.278
0
41.4
20
320
16.0 32 662
20.7 45 45-45 18 13 354
Note: All yardage totals shown are net yards; * Does not include totals from bowl games prior to 2002; # Totals include Rose Bowl Statistics

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Washington Statistical Trends Opponent


UW
--------Rushing-------
-------------------------Passing-------------------------
-----Total Offense----
-----First Downs-----
Fumbles
Year Record *G No. Yards Avg. Att Com Int Yards TD Avg. Pct Plays Yards Avg. R Pa Pn Tot No.-Loss Pen-Yds
1937 7-2-2 10
504 50.4 158 48 19 662 66.2 .304 1,166 116.6 72 41-14 26-195
1938 3-5-1 9 389 1,010 112.2 121 36 8 448 49.9 .298 510 1,459 162.1 77
18-8 26-222
1939
4-5 9 361
957 106.3 137 63 9 877 97.4 .460 498 1,834 203.8 82 23-11 26-170
1940
7-2 9 368 1,064 118.2 141 43 21 547 60.8 .305 509 1,611 179.0 79 NA-11 28-252
1941
5-4 9 353 1,117 124.1 136 49 23 708 78.7 .360 489 1,825 202.8 81 NA-12 28-234
1942 4-3-3 10 408 1,047 104.7 129 41 22 556 55.6 .198 537 1,603 160.3

1943# 4-1 4 177


366 73.2 139 59 17 748 149.6 .424 316 1,114 222.8

1944
5-3 8 441 1,141 142.6 165 61 27 790 98.8 .370 606 1,931 241.4 96 19-15 25-215
1945
6-3 9 1,021 113.4 153 58 19 628 3 69.8 .379 1,649 183.2 81 26-16 NA-320
1946
5-4 9 375 1,360 151.1 138 46 23 653 7 72.6 .333 513 2,013 223.7 87 18-11 39-317
1947
3-6 9 1,477 164.1 144 63 20 756 84.0 .438 2,233 248.1 112 28-NA NA-397
1948 2-7-1 10 457 2,055
205.5 152 67 13 1,123 9 112.3 .441 609 3,178 317.8 128 24-NA NA-448
1949
3-7 10 490 2,167
216.7 160 82 12 1,196 13 119.6 .513 650 3,363 336.3 148

1950
8-2 10 447 1,729 174.8 201 93 19 1,293 5 129.3 .463 648 3,022 302.2 85 39 7 131

1951 3-6-1 10 518 2,029 202.9 187 78 23 1,130 7 113.0 .415 705 3,159 315.9 98 40 4 142

1952
7-3 10 451 1,389 138.9 202 94 20 1,419 13 141.9 .465 653 2,808 280.8 73 60 5 138 24-21

1953 3-6-1 10 422 1,578 157.8 170 78 16 1,183 12 118.3 .458 592 2,761 276.1 81 45 6 132 40-14 64-493
1954
2-8 10 489 1,984
198.4 183 90 14 1,245 8 124.5 .492 672 3,229 322.9
110 51 1 162 29-21 59-590
1955 5-4-1 10 484 1,522 152.2 119 55 14 600 3 60.0 .462 603 2,122 212.2 92 29 5 126 43-21 42-400
1956
5-5 10 464 1,769 176.9 184 91 12 1,135 10 113.5 .495 648 2,904 290.4 103 56 4 163 28-17 63-611
1957 3-6-1 10 521 2,099
209.9 165 85 12 1,228 8 122.8 .515 686 3,327 332.7
120 50 5 175 26-14 54-523
1958
3-7 10 497 1,734 173.4 207 105 14 1,218 11 121.8 .507 704 2,952 295.2 102 61 6 169

1959 10-1 10 441 1,418 141.8 181 66 27 747 1 74.7 .364 622 2,165 216.5 80 37 5 122 37-17 38-392
1960 10-1 10 363 1,117 111.7 259 122 21 1,577 7 157.7 .471 622 2,694 269.4 54 73 9 136 22-10 43-428
1961 5-4-1 10 478 1,497 149.7 170 74 20 1,107 5 110.7 .435 648 2,604 260.4 76 54 9 139 25-10 45-418
1962 7-1-2 10 425 1,174 117.4 192 84 20 1,211 7 121.1 .438 617 2,385 238.5 66 59 5 130 25-11 36-381
1963
6-5 10 397 1,336 133.6 227 117 16 1,296 11 129.6 .515 624 2,632 263.2 76 72 7 155 21-11 24-259
1964
6-4 10 346 644 64.4 256 130 17 1,696 10 169.6 .508 602 2,340 234.0 42 67 5 114 25-14 46-398
1965
5-5 10 468 1,756 175.6 191 106 14 1,258 9 125.8 .555 659 3,014 301.4 94 63 11 168 32-19 49-408
1966
6-4 10 489 1,547
154.7 215 106 15 1,275 9 127.5 .493 704 2,822 282.2
103 63 8 174 19-13 39-396
1967
5-5 10 473 1,365 136.5 239 112 12 1,412 9 141.2 .469 712 2,777 277.7 74 67 13 154 29-21 47-421
1968 3-5-2 10 526 1,416 141.6 203 90 30 1,321 8 131.2 .443 729 2,737 273.7 88 56 4 148 28-14 41-498
1969
1-9 10 567 2,230 223.0 230 126 16 1,820 12 182.0 .548 798 4,150 415.0 132 82 6 220 34-17 57-576
1970
6-4 10 476 1,468 146.8 334 150 23 1,888 12 188.8 .449 810 3,356 335.6 92 88 18 198 43-22 64-678
1971
8-3 11 485 1,350 122.7 280 108 21 1,404 6 127.6 .386 765 2,754 250.4 82 58 23 163 44-21 53-487
1972
8-3 11 534 1,679 152.6 220 123 27 1,536 5 139.6 .456 801 3,215 292.3 91 71 13 173 37-18 64-725
1973
2-9 11 630 2,587 235.2 228 117 19 1,813 12 164.8 .513 858 4,400 400.0 133 74 19 226 43-18 70-692
1974
5-6 11 562 1,976 179.6 208 100 16 1,573 12 143.0 .481 770 3,549 322.6 96 68 21 185 41-22 64-614
1975
6-5 11 639 2,836 257.8 187 84 15 979 6 89.0 .440 826 3,815 346.8 152 48 15 215 34-19 69-588
1976
5-6 11 518 1,864 169.5 240 125 11 1,640 10 149.1 .521 758 3,504 318.5 109 81 19 209 30-18 69-658
1977 10-2 11 511 1,634 148.5 279 135 16 1,640 10 149.2 .484 790 3,274 297.6 95 76 8 179 32-18 59-565
1978
7-4 11 548 1,776 161.5 248 112 17 1,370 8 124.6 .452 796 3,146 286.0 104 62 12 178 36-20 69-719
1979 10-2 11 521 1,735 157.7 222 104 14 1,279 8 116.3 .468 743 3,014 274.0 109 57 11 177 30-13 53-490
1980
9-3 11 531 1,811 164.6 285 145 16 1,938 9 176.2 .509 816 3,749 340.8 107 87 13 207 51 - 24 53-519
1981 10-2 11 495 1,381 125.5 307 145 17 1,790 9 162.7 .472 802 3,171 288.2 91 77 15 183 37-20 68-611
1982 10-2 11 455 1,391 126.5 292 147 20 1,800 12 163.6 .503 747 3,191 290.1 89 72 4 165 36-22 75-627
1983
8-4 11 450 1,351 122.8 329 171 13 2,064 7 187.6 .520 777 3,415 310.5 87 96 12 195 28-15 62-514
1984 11-1 11 464 1,393 126.6 333 140 27 1,656 6 150.5 .420 797 3,049 277.2 80 78 20 178 37- 24 64-516
1985
7-5 11 488 1,855 168.6 326 175 17 2,017 11 183.4 .537 814 3,872 352.0 111 102 15 228 23-12 68-526
1986 8-3-1 11 400 978 88.9 328 165 17 2,004 9 182.2 .503 728 2,982 271.1 65 88 16 169 26-18 51-419
1987 7-4-1 11 460 1,657 150.6 280 142 19 2,002 9 182.0 .507 740 3,659 332.6 80 87 13 180
24-9 64-508
1988
6-5 11 515 2,211 201.0 279 136 12 1,580 11 143.6 .487 794 3,791 344.6 110 77 13 200 33-17 68-540
1989
8-4 11 455 1,514 137.6 341 180 15 2,381 13 216.5 .528 796 3,895 354.1 95 105 8 208 24-11 63-513
1990 10-2 11 392 735 66.8 361 176 20 2,446 6 222.4 .488 753 3,181 289.2 60 106 14 180 30-17 81-618
1991 12-0 11 390 738 67.1 340 156 21 1,870 6 170.0 .459 730 2,608 237.1 57 80 13 150 33-18 76-581
1992
9-3 11 449 1,592 144.7 277 131 14 1,818 8 165.3 .473 726 3,410 310.0 76 73 15 164 32-13 101-697
1993
7-4 11 442 1,322 120.2 317 164 22 2,119 12 192.6 .517 759 3,441 312.8 82 90 22 194 23-14 101-786
1994
7-4 11 443 1,446 131.5 319 169 13 2,233 10 203.3 .530 762 3,679 334.5 91 103 16 210 22-13 78-629
1995 7-4-1 11 446 1,627 147.9 351 197 16 2,594 15 235.8 .561 797 4,221 383.7 95 113 12 220 18-12 80-610
1996
9-3 11 389 1,133 103.0 326 166 10 2,396 14 217.8 .509 715 3,529 320.8 69 101 19 189 28-15 99-761
1997
8-4 11 427 1,307 118.8 339 176 11 2,446 14 222.4 .519 766 3,753 341.2 82 100 17 199
20-9 109-838
1998
6-6 11 419 1,443 131.2 350 187 5 2,984 14 271.3 .534 769 4,427 402.5 82 111 18 211 27-15 127-1095
1999
7-5 11 387 1,548 140.7 378 205 14 2,735 12 248.6 .542 765 4,283 389.4 87 117 20 224 18-12 89-674
2000 11-1 11 407 1,926 141.5 346 164 6 2,287 12 207.9 .474 753 3,844 349.5 87 93 18 198 34-18 94-790
2001
8-4 11 431 1,789 162.6 322 184 9 2,420 20 220.0 .571 753 4,209 382.6 89 108 27 224 22-14 77-589
2002
7-6 13 447 1,270 97.7 446 249 16 3,373 23 259.5 .558 893 4,643 357.2 75 139 22 236 24-12 113-949
2003
6-6 12 444 1,819 151.6 375 194 16 2,801 18 233.4 .517 819 4,620 385.0 81 115 19 215 14-10 113-995
2004 1-10 11 456 2,020 183.6 310 186 10 2,044 14 185.8 .600 815 3,421 311.0 89 105 15 209 18-13 81-734
2005
2-9 11 410 1,577 143.4 379 253 9 3,033 24 275.7 .667 798 4,610 419.1 87 142 18 247
16-8 85-712
2006
5-7 12 419 1,675 139.6 388 238 10 2,882 15 240.2 .613 807 4,557 379.8 90 131 7 228